Deeds
B.2101 - B.2200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1894

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265-276

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'Deeds: B.2101 - B.2200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 2 (1894), pp. 265-276. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64279 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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B.2101 - B.2200

Middx.B. 2101. Deed by John Seman, prior of the Charterhouse, undertaking to cause prayers, &c., to be offered up for Arthur Ormesby and Idonia his wife, after their respective deaths. 29 May, 1462. Seal.
Middx.B. 2102. Release by Henry Schad of London, to John atte Gate of the same, and Avice his wife, of his right to a tenement in the parish of St. Mary, Abchirche. Witnesses:—Sir John le Blount, mayor, Nicholas Pygot and Nigel Drury, sheriffs, of London, Simon Bulet, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [1 Edward II.] Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Inrolled in the Husting of London, Monday before the Conversion of St. Paul.
Middx.B. 2103. Grant by John de Sancto Edmundo, son and heir of James de Sancto Edmundo, of London, to Sir Roger de Schardelawe, rector of the church of St. Olave, Selverstrete, and Sir Robert de Inneworth, chaplain, of a tenement with shops in Schetebournelane, in the parish of Abbechurch. Witnesses:—Simon Franceys, mayor, John Louekyn and Richard de Keselingberi, sheriffs, of London, Henry Darcy, alderman of that ward, and others (named). Wednesday after Ascension-day, 17 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2104. Release by Richard de Coudres, nephew of Nicholas Bat son of Robert Bat of London, and Colin Adrian, executors of the said Nicholas Bat, to John de Gysorcio of London, of a rent issuing out of lands and tenements in the parish of St. Mary, Abbechirche, at Kandelwycestrate. Witnesses:—John Adrian, draper, and Robert de Cornhulla, sheriffs of London, and others (named). [43 Henry III.] Two seals.
Endorsed: Read in the Husting of London on Monday after the Invention of the Holy Cross.
Middx.B. 2105. Grant by Godfrey de Essexsia, to Walter, the marshal of Candelwycstret, of a messuage in Candelwycstret, in the parish of St. Mary, Abbecherche, abutting on St. Laurence's lane. Witnesses:—Peter son of Alan, mayor, William Vyel and Nicholas Bat, sheriffs, of London, and others (named). [32 Henry III.] Seal.
Middx.B. 2106. Grant by Edward Ellesmere, esquire, to John Russell, bishop of Lincoln, Thomas Fitz William, knight, and others, of lands and tenements in Old Change and Westchepe, in the respective parishes of St. Mary Magdalen in 'le Oldfisshestrete' and St. Vedast, late the property of Thomas Bamme. Witnesses:—Hugh Brice, mayor, John Swan and John Tate, sheriffs, of London, and others (named). Saturday, 8 April 1 Henry VII. Seal.
Middx.B. 2107. Indenture between Stephen Godwyne, kinsman and heir of Nicholas Godwyne of London, and Walter Forester of the same, relative to the payment of a yearly quit-rent for tenements in the wards of Cornhulle and Langeborne, in the parish of St. Mary, Wolchirchehawe, part of which tenements the said Walter held from the said Stephen. 24 May, 25 Edward III. French. Seal.
Middx.B. 2108. Demise by John Luscote, prior of the Charterhouse, to John Mullyng of London, for thirty years, of shops, &c., in the parish of St. Michael, Cornhulle. 18 January, 21 Richard II. Seal.
Middx.B. 2109. Demise by Osbert Hilberworthe and Katherine his wife, to Stephen Daubeneye and Margery his wife, all of London, of a shop in the parish of St. Michael, Cornhulle, for twenty years after the death of the grantors. Witnesses:—John Wrothe, mayor, Walter de Berney and John Deynes, sheriffs, of London, Simon Dolsaly, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 1 November, 34 Edward III.
Middx.B. 2110. Grant by William son of Robert de Keles, to John Skyp, of London, of a mansion-house in the parish of St. Mary, Neuwecherche. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh son of Oto, knight, constable and warden, Robert de Cornhulla and Thomas de Basingg, sheriffs, of London, Walter le Poter, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [54 Henry III.]
Endorsed: Parish of St. Mary, Wolchirch.
Middx.B. 2111. Release by Richard Lumlay, son and heir of Richard Lumlay, deceased, of London, to John Plommer of the same, of his right to lands and tenements in the parish of St. Mary, Fanechurch, in Langebourne ward. 28 June, 2 Edward IV. Seal.
Middx.B. 2112. Grant by John Skyp, to Godwyn le Hopheldere, both of London, for 42l., of a tenement in the parish of St. Mary, Newecherche (Wolchirche). Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Sandwyco, warden, Thomas Cros and Walter Hauteyn, sheriffs, of London, Martin Box, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [15 Edward I.] Seal.
Endorsed: Parish of Wolchirche.
Middx.B. 2113. Release by John Berom and John Lambourne, to John Plommer of London, of their right to lands and tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in the ward of Langebourne, which the said lessors and lessee, together with Richard Lumlay of London and Agnes his wife, Marmaduke Lumlay, bishop of Carlisle, William Lumlay esquire, and others, had of the demise of William Dyolet, clerk. 27 June, 2 Edward IV. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2114. Demise by William Dyolet, clerk, to Richard Lumlay of London, and Agnes his wife, Marmaduke Lomlay bishop of Carlisle, William Lomlay, esquire, Henry Frowyk, John Plommer, John Berom, John Lambourn, and others, of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in the ward of Langbourne, which the grantor had of the grant of the said Richard Lumlay, who, with Joan his wife and William Belyng, held them of the grant of William Warner, son and heir of John Warner of London, and kinsman and heir of Sir John Warner clerk, brother of the aforesaid John Warner. Witnesses:—Stephen Broun, mayor, William Cantelowe and William Marwe, sheriffs, of London, John Paddisley, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 17 March, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2115. Grant by Richard Lumlay of London, to William Dyolet, clerk, of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in the ward of Langebourne, which the grantor, together with Joan his late wife and William Belyng of London, had of the grant of William Warner, son and heir of John Warner, merchant of London, and kinsman and heir of Sir John Warner, clerk, brother of the said John Warner, merchant, aforesaid. Witnesses:—As in B. 2114. 13 March, 27 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2116. Grant by William Warner, son and heir of John Warner of London, and kinsman and heir of Sir John Warner, clerk, brother of the said John Warner, to Richard Lumlay of London, Joan his wife, and William Belyng, of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in Langebourne ward. Witnesses:—Henry Frowyk, mayor, Thomas Catworth and Robert Clopton, sheriffs, of London, John Wellys, alderman of that ward, and others (named). Vigil of the Assumption, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2117. Letter of attorney by William Warner, son and heir of John Warner of London, authorising John Valentyn of the same, to deliver seisin to Richard Lumlay, Joan his wife, and William Belyng, of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche. Vigil of the Assumption, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2118. Demise by John Pope, Henry Gisors, Hugh Sprot and others, to John Warner of London, and Sir John Warner, clerk, his brother, of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in the ward of Langebourne. Witnesses:—Sir Baldwin Radyngton, knight, warden, Gilbert Maghfeld and Thomas Newenton, sheriffs, of London, and others (named). 23 September, 16 Richard II. Seven seals.
Middx.B. 2119. Release by John Hermesthorp, master of St. Katherine's Hospital by the Tower, to John Pope, Henry Gisors and others, of his right to lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in the ward of Langebourne, which the said John Pope, Henry Gisors and others, with the said lessor, had of the feoffment of Margery, late the wife of John Brampton of London, and daughter of William Bedyk and Alice his wife the daughter of Hamo Box. 1 September, 16 Richard II. Seal.
Middx.B. 2120. Release by John Hermesthorp, master of St. Katherine's Hospital by the Tower, to John Pope, Henry Gisors and others, of his right to lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in the ward of Langbourne, which he and the said John Pope, Henry Gisors, and others, had purchased from Margery, late the wife of John Brampton, and daughter of William Bedyk and Alice his wife the daughter of Hamo Box, and one of the heirs of Alexander Bedyk, brother of the said Margery, and son and heir of the said William and Alice. Witnesses:—Sir Baldwin Radyngton, knight, warden, Gilbert Maughfeld and Thomas Newenton, sheriffs, of London, and others (named). 28 August, 16 Richard II. Seal.
Middx.B. 2121. Grant by Margery, late the wife of John Brampton of London, and daughter of William Bedyk and Alice his wife daughter of Hamo Box, widow, one of the heirs of Alexander Bedyk (the grantor's brother), to Sir John Hermesthorp master of St. Katherine's Hospital by the Tower, John Pope. Henry Gisors and others, of lands, tenements, &c., in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche, in the ward of Langebourne. Witnesses:—Nicholas Exton, mayor, William Staundon and William Moore, sheriffs, of London, John Organ, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 12 August, 11 Richard II. Seal.
Middx.B. 2122. Demise by John Chamberleyn, chaplain, and Nicholas Cornwaille, executors of the will of Margaret de la Touke, to John Brampton, glasier, of London, and Margery his wife, of part of a mansion and garden in the parish of St. Mary, Fanchirche. Witnesses:—William Walworth, mayor, Walter Doget and William Knyghcote, sheriffs, of London, and others (named). Monday after the Purification, 4 Richard II. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2123. Grant by Walter Forster of London, executor of the will of Adam Aspal, late of the same, to Sirs Walter Douce and John Cassch of Ledebury, chaplains, of a rent issuing out of lands and tenements in the parishes of St. Mary, Wolchirchehawe, and St. Mary, Wolnoth, in the wards of Cornhulle and Lambourne. Feast of the Annunciation, 34 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2124. Grant by Stephen le Hodere of London, to the King, of a rent issuing out of a tavern upon Cornhulle, in the parish of St. Mary, Wulchyrchehawe.
Grant by Stephen le Hodere, son and heir of Thomas le Hodere son and heir of Godwin le Hodere of London, to the abbot and convent of Westminster, of a rent issuing out of a tavern upon Cornhulle, in the parish of St. Mary, Wulchirchehawe. Richard [II.]. Copies of two deeds on one membrane.
Middx.B. 2125. Demise by John, prior of the Charterhouse, to Isabella Bremen, widow, of London, of tenements in the parish of St. Mary, Wolchirche, near 'lez Stokkes,' for ten years. 24 October, 5 Edward IV. Seal.
Middx.B. 2126. Demise by John Luscote, prior of the Charterhouse, to Walter Pykenham of London, of tenements in Cornhulle, in the parish of St. Mary, Wolchirche, for ninety-nine years. Feast of the Purification, 7 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 2127. Grant by John Phillippot and William de Walworth of London, to the King, and to William, bishop of London, of tenements, in the parishes of St. Mary, Wolchirchehawe, and St. Christopher, in Bradestrete ward, and of a rent issuing out of lands and tenements in the parishes of St. Mary, Wolchirchehawe, and St. Mary, Wolnoth, and of shops in the parish of St. Michael on Cornhull. Witnesses:—Sir John, duke of Lancaster, Edmund, earl of Cambridge, Sir Ralph, bishop of Salisbury, Sir Thomas, earl of Warwick, and others (named). 28 September, 1 Richard II. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2128. Grant by Walter Forester, of London, to Richard de Evesham, John Rothewelle, Roger Farendon, clerks, William de Halden, John Bays and John de Whitewelle, of a tenement in the parish of St. Mary, Wolcherchehawe, which he had of the grant of Walter de Odyham and Richard Savage, clerks; and also of a shop with houses in that parish; of a tenement called 'Brodegate' in the parish of St. Christopher, in the ward of Bradestrete; of a tavern, &c., in the said parish of St. Mary, Wolcherchehawe; of shops in the parish of St. Michael upon Cornhulle; and also of rents issuing out of the said shops. Witnesses:—John de Bernes, mayor, Adam Stable and Robert Hatfeld, sheriffs, of London, and others (named). 24 May, 46 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2129. Demise by Michael Free called 'Northburgh,' John de Burton, rector of the church of Black Notteley, and Thomas de Frouwyk, executors of the will of Michael de Northburgh, late bishop of London, to William Knight of London, and Joan his wife, of a tenement in the parish of St. Mary, Wolchirchehawe, for twelve years. Saturday, feast of the Circumcision, 46 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2130. Demise by Stephen Godewyn of London, to Michael Truthenek of the same, and Alice his wife, of a tenement in the parish of St. Mary, Wolchirchehawe, for five years. 13 November, 42 Edward III.
Middx.B. 2131. Sale by Ralph de Cauntebrugg and Walter Forster, executors of the will of Thomas Leggi of London, to Sir Walter de Odyham, rector of the church of St. John, Walbrok, and Sir Richard Sauvage, rector of the church of St. Michael upon Cornhulle, of a tenement in the parish of St. Mary Wolcherchehawe, and the reversion of lands, rents, tenements, &c., in the said parish, in the wards of Cornhulle and Langebourne. Witnesses:—John de Stodeye, mayor, Stephen de Cavendishe and Bartholomew Frostlyng, sheriffs, of London, Simon Dolsaly and Adam de Buri, aldermen of the wards of Cornhulle and Langebourne, and others (named). 1 January, 31 Edward III. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2132. Release by Richard de Hakeburne, of London, to Geoffrey de Chelchehuche and Roysia his wife, of his right to a tenement in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in the suburb of London, towards the bridge of Holeburne. Witnesses:—Sir John Breton, knight, warden, Robert de Rokesly and Martin de Hambresbury, sheriffs, of London, Nicholas de Farndon, alderman of that ward, and others (named). [22 Edward I.] Seal.
Middx.B. 2133. Receipt by Thomas Crewker, master of St. Bartholomew's hospital, for a year's rent of a tenement called 'le Belle,' in the parish of St. Sepulchre, Westsmythfeld, London, paid by the prior of the Charterhouse. 13 April, 24 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 2134. Grant by Thomas de Ellerker, chaplain, to Edmund de Morton, and Alice, called 'de Wyght,' his wife, of a messuage with buildings, in the parish of St. Sepulchre without the bar of Westsmythefeld. Witnesses:—Peter atte Gate, John de Tweng, and others (named) [Edward I.] Fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 2135. Demise by Richard Rice, gentleman, Thomas Davy, John Davy, clerks, and others, to John Fyneux, knight, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, Thomas Roche one of the barons of the Exchequer and others, of an inn or brewhouse called 'le Hertishorne' and other tenements in St. John Street without the bar of Westsmythfeld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, co. Middlesex, which the grantors had of the feoffment of William Davy son of Richard Davy, esquire, late of Northflete, co. Kent. Also appointment of William Tomson and William Plummyth, as their attorneys to deliver seisin. 12 April, 13 Henry VII. Five seals.
Middx.B. 2136. Demise by Richard Ryce, gentleman, Thomas Davy, John Davy, clerks, and others, to William Malhom and Thomas Shaa, clerks, and John Botiller, serjeant at law, of four messuages, one called 'le Herteshorne,' in St. John street, without the bars of Westsmythfeld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, which the said grantors had of the feoffment of William Davy, son and heir of Richard Davy, esquire, late of Northflete, co. Kent. Also appointment of William Tomson and William Plummuth, as their attorneys to deliver seisin. 12 April, 13 Henry VII. Five seals.
Middx.B. 2137. Grant by William Davy, son and heir of Richard Davy, esquire, late of Northflete co. Kent, to Richard Rice, gentleman, Thomas Davy, John Davy, clerks, and others, of an inn or brewhouse called 'le Hertishorne,' and three tenements in St. John street, without the bars of West Smythfelde, in the parish of St. Sepulchre. Also appointment of Thomas Standysshe, clerk, and Henry Mayour, as his attorneys to deliver seisin. 6 March, 7 Henry VII. Seal.
Middx.B. 2138. Demise by Adam Turvynge and Thomas Hygges, to Margery, late the wife of Robert Blakeswelle, and to Richard Davy and William Broun, of a tenement in Seint Jonestrete in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bars of Westsmythfeld, and also of a tenement in the said street called 'le Herteshede' situate in the said parish, which tenements the said grantors, together with Robert Blakeswelle and John Chaterys, deceased had of the feoffment of John Mason and John Ely. 29 January 38 Henry VI. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2139. Letter of attorney by Adam Turvynge and Thomas Hygges, authorising Thomas Wode to deliver seisin of tenements in Seint Jonestrete, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bars of Westsmythfeld, one called 'le Herteshede,' to Margery, late the wife of Robert Blakeswelle, and to Richard Davy and William Broun. 29 January, 38 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2140. Release by Margery Blakeswell, widow, late the wife of Robert Blakeswelle, deceased, to Richard Davy and William Broun, of her right to two tenements in Seynt Johnstrete, one called 'le Herteshede,' in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bars of Westsmythfeld. 7 February, 38 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2141. Demise by John Mason and John Ely, to Robert Blakeswelle, Adam Turvynge, John Chaterys the elder, and Thomas Hygges, of two tenements, one called, 'le Herteshede,' in Seint Jonestrete, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bars of Westsmythfeld, which the said grantors had of the grant of the said Robert Blakeswelle. 1 September, 25 Henry VI. Seal and fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 2142. Grant by Robert Blakeswelle, baker, to John Mason and John Ely, of that tenement, which, together with Katherine his late wife, he had of the grant of John Salman and Margaret his wife, and also of a tenement called 'le Herteshede' which, with his said late wife, he had of the grant of William Hanewell and Juliana his wife, which said tenements were situate in Seint Jonestrete, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bars of Westsmythfeld. 26 August, 24 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2143. Grant by William Hanewelle of London, and Juliana his wife, to Robert Blakeswelle, baker, and Katherine his wife, of a tenement called 'le Herteshed' in Seynt Jonstret, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, in the suburbs of London, which the said grantors had of the feoffment of Thomas Wayte the elder and Thomas Wayte the younger. 2 June, 17 Henry VI. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2144. Letter of attorney by William Hanewelle of London, and Juliana his wife, authorising William Goldington, gentleman, to deliver to Robert Blakeswell, baker, aud Katherine his wife, seisin of the tenement called 'le Herteshede' in Seynt Jonstret, in the parish of St. Sepulchre. 2 June, 17 Henry VI. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2145. Release by John de Padyngton, son and heir of Henry de Padyngton, to William Hanewelle of London, and Juliana his wife, of his right to a tenement called 'le Herteshede' in St. John Street, without West Smythefelde in the parish of St. Sepulchre, which the said William and Juliana had of the feoffment of Thomas Wayte the elder and Thomas Wayte the younger. 7 September, 8 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2146. Letter of attorney by Thomas Wayte, the elder, authorising Thomas Wayte the younger, to deliver to William Hanewelle of London, and Juliana his wife, seisin of a tenement called 'le Herteshede' in St. John Street, without Westsmethefeld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre. 1 September, 8 Henry VI. Seal.
Middx.B. 2147. Surrender by Alice, late the wife of William Stowe, to the prior of the Charterhouse, of three tenements in Seynt Jonestrete, without the bars of Westsmythefeld. 12 August, 4 Henry IV. Seal.
Middx.B. 2148. Demise by Thomas Wayte the elder, and Thomas Wayto the younger, to William Hanewelle of London, and Juliana his wife, of a tenement called 'le Herteshede' in St. John street without Westsmethefeld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, which they, with Matthew Wayte, had of the feoffment of John de Padyngton, son and heir of Henry de Padyngton. 1 September, 8 Henry VI. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2149. Demise by William Stowe and Alice his wife, to Nicholas Edward, baker, and Alice his wife, of a tenement, &c., in Seint Jonestrete without Westsmethefeld. 2 August, 13 Richard II. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2150. Duplicate of B. 2149. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2151. Demise by William Stowe, baker, of Seint Jonestrete without Westsmethefeld, to Nicholas Basile, hatter, and Isabella his wife, of a tenement in Seint Jonestrete, for seven years. 9 February, 7 Richard II.
Middx.B. 2152. Demise by William Stowe, to Nicholas Hatter, de Basyle, and Isabella his wife, of two shops in Seint Jonestrete, Westsmethefeld. 27 September, 10 Richard II.
Middx.B. 2153. Release by Juliana de Padyngton, widow, to William Walworth, William de Halden, Thomas de Sauton, citizens of London, and others, of her right, upon the death of John de Mitford her father, to a garden in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Smethefeld. Easter-day, 50 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2154. Demise by William Goderych of London, and Walter Mayn of Westsmethefeld, to Richard Fryene and Alice his wife, of a tenement in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Westsmethefeld, in Clerkenwellestrete, rendering yearly for the same a rose. 19 May, 1 Richard II. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2155. Grant by Ralph de Redyng, to Simon Frensshe and Hawise, his wife, of a messuage in the parieh of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Westsmethefeld. 8 April, 44 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2156. Grant by John Marsshal, vicar of Stokeburi, co. Kent, and Ralph de Redyng, to Simon Frensshe and Hawise his wife, of a messuage in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Westsmethefeld. 5 July, 39 Edward III. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2157. Grant by Robert Gerard, chaplain, to William de Netleswelle of London and Gunnora his wife, of a messuage with garden, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Westsmethefeld. 1 April 41 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2158. Release by Adam Costard and Alice his wife, to Simon Frensshe and Hawise his wife, of their right to a tenement and shop in Clerkenewellestrete, without the bar of Westsmethefeld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre. 13 May, 39 Edward III. Portion of seal.
Middx.B. 2159. Final agreement between Henry de Padyngton, plaintiff, and John de Berden and Matilda his wife, deforciants, of two messuages and four shops, &c., in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Westsmythefeld. Octave of St, John the Baptist, 37 Edward III.
Middx.B. 2160. Grant by Alice called 'Newmannes' of Stanstede, to Roger de Loppedelle and Isabella his wife, for their lives, of a tenement in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Westsmethefeld, which had descended to the grantor upon the death of her sister Alice, called 'de Wyght,' with remainders to Hawise the daughter of the late Henry Colet and of the aforesaid Isabella, and to the right heirs of the said Roger and Isabella, and to John son of Henry Colet. Thursday after Christmas-day, 1349, and 23 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.B. 2161. Duplicate of B. 2160. Seal.
Middx.B. 2162. Release by Agnes, late the wife of Geoffrey de Padintone, to Fulk de Padintone, of her right of dower in two messuages in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the bar of Westsmethefeld, in Clerkenewelle strate. Monday after St. Peter in Cathedra, 17 Edward II. Seal.
Middx.B. 2163. Demise by Richard Roche, prior of the Charterhouse, to Sir Thomas Thwaites, of a tenement adjoining to that house; and agreement by the said Sir Thomas to renounce his claim to a cell and chambers with dwelling-house, adjacent to the said Charter house. 6 August, 15 Henry VII.
Middx.B. 2164. Release by Joan de Stowe, daughter of Roger de Stowe, of the 'parish of St. Sepalchre without the bar, to William de Stowe, her uncle, of her right to a tenement in the said parish, and to a mill in Ferenecroft in the parish of St. Mary, Clerkynewelle. Michaelmas-day, 47 Edward III. Seal.
[Notts.]B. 2165. Grant by Nicholas the prior, and the convent of Beauvale, binding themselves and their successors, to pray for John Stanhope of Houghton, and lady Katherine his wife. 12 December, 1486, and 2 Henry VII.Fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 2166. Demise by John Wolsyngham, prior of the Charterhouse, to Nicholas Balegh and Margaret his wife, for fifty years, of a garden adjoining to land of the Charterhouse. 31 August, 22 Edward IV. Two seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of a further agreement relative to the said garden between Richard Roche, then prior of the Charterhouse, and the said Margaret, widow, late the wife of Nicholas Balegh. 14 April, A.D. 1496.
Middx.B. 2167. Duplicate of B. 2166.
Middx.B. 2168. Release by William Berkeley, son and heir and executor of the will of Maurice Berkeley, knight, the executor of the will of John Popham, knight, to Edmund Storor, prior of the Charterhouse, of his right to a dwelling-house and gardens, with 'heyhous' and stable, &c., adjacent to land of that house. 4 January, 16 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
Middx.B. 2169. Demise by William Stowe, of London, and Alice his wife, to Nicholas Edward, of the same, for seven years, of a tenement and garden adjoining land belonging to the Charterhouse. 7 May, 8 Richard II. Two seals.
Middx.B. 2170. Grant by Katherine Gravesende, widow, to John Stone, gentleman, Bartholomew Rede and Nicholas Nynys, aldermen of London, and others, of a tenement or great messuage in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in the ward of Farynton Without, in which Thomas Brian, knight, late chief justice of the Common Pleas, lately dwelt. Also appointment of Thomas Bathe, Thomas Platte, John Millis, John Ovy and Christopher Wursoppe, as her attorneys, to deliver seisin thereof, 28 October, 17 Henry VII. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2171. Demise by John Stone, gentleman, Bartholomew Rede and Nicholas Nynes, aldermen of London, and others, to Robert Rede, knight, one of the justices of the King's Bench, of a tenement or great messuage in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate in the ward of Faryngton Without, which they had of the grant of Katherine Gravesende, widow. Also letter of attorney appointing Robert Hall, warden of Ludgate gaol, and Richard Pynson, as their attorneys, to deliver seisin thereof. 28 June, 17 Henry VII. Three seals and portion of seal.
[Midd x.]B. 2172. Release by John Bolle of Chartham co. Kent and Joan his wife, one of the kinswomen and heiresses of William Moyle, viz. daughter of Agnes Hovynton the sister of the said William, and by Thomas Pope of Godmersham in the said county and Joan his wife, another daughter of the said Agnes, to Thomas Frowyk serjeant at law, Bartholomew Rede, and Stephen Jenyns, to the use of Robert Rede, knight, of their right to a messuage or tenement in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate in the ward of Faryngdon Without, late in the occupation of Thomas Bryan, knight, late chief justice of the Common Pleas. 8 July, 17 Henry VII. Four seals.
[Middx.]B. 2173. Receipt given by William, prior of St. Bartholomew's, Westsmythfeld, to the prior of the Charterhouse, for a quit-rent issuing out of a tenement in St. John street without the Barres of Smythfeld, at 'le two elmys,' in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate. Morrow of Midsummer day. 4 Henry VII.
[Middx.]B. 2174. Demise by John Walsyngham, prior of the Charterhouse, to William Flete of St. John's street, of a tenement called 'the Belle' late a brewhouse, &c., in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate at the yearly rent of fifty shillings. 21 June, A.D. 1478, and 18 Edward IV. English. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2175. Demise by Edmund Storer, prior of the Charterhouse, to Thomas Higges, for twenty years, of a tenement and garden in Charterhouselane in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, 27 May, 10 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]B. 2176. Release by Thomas Bawd, of the county of Hertford, esquire, John Leventhorp, Ralph Grey and others, to William Moyle, John Bekyngham, Ralph Hofgman, and William Townland, of their right to land in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in the suburb of London, in the ward of Faryngdon Without. 28 February, 23 Henry VI. Seven seals.
[Middx.]B. 2177. Demise by Thomas Bawd of the county of Hertford, esquire, John Leventhorp, Ralph Grey and others, to William Moyle, John Bekyngham, Ralph Hogman, and William Townland, of land in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in the ward of Faryngdon Without. Witnesses:—Henry Frowyk, mayor, Stephen Forster and Hugh Wyche, sheriffs, of London, William Combes, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 31 January, 23 Henry VI. Seven seals.
[Middx.]B. 2178. Letter of attorney by Thomas Bawd, John Leventhorp, Ralph Gray and others, authorising Stephen CIampard to deliver to William Moyle and others, seisin of land in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, in the ward of Faryngdon Without. 31 January, 23 Henry VI Seven seals.
[Middx.]B. 2179. Demise by John Conesby and Richard Mordon, clerks, to Thomas Bawd and John Leventhorp, co. Herts., esquires, Ralph Gray, and others, of land in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, which they the said John and Richard had of the grant of Robert Wyngefeld, knight, Robert Cavendish and Robert Wode of Ipswich. Witnesses:— Thomas Catworthe, mayor, Nicholas Wyfold and John Norman, sheriffs, of London, William Combes alderman of that ward, and others (named). 21 November, 22 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Middx.]B. 2180. Grant by William Stowe and Alice his wife, to William Walworth, William de Halden, Thomas Sauton, John Bays, Martin Elys, parson of the church of St. Faith under St. Paul's, Roger de Farendon, parson of St. Margaret, Lothbury, and Richard de Wermyngton, chaplain, of all lands, tenements, &c., in Seintjonestrete in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, which they had of the feoffment of William Netewelle of London. 18 February, 49 Edward III. Two seals.
[Middx.]B. 2181. Demise by Philip Kays, clerk, Hervey Rookhawe of London, William Aleyn, chaplain, and Thomas Clerk of Fulham, to Henry Bamme of London and Margaret his wife, late the wife of Robert Lucas, of all lands, tenements, &c., in the parishes of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, St. Mary Magdalen in Oldefisshstrete, St. Vedast in Westchepe and St. Stephen in Walbroke, and elsewhere in London, which had been originally granted by Robert Lucas and Margaret his wife, to Hugh Malpas, John Ive, clerk, and Hardewyn Frankforde, and subsequently granted by the said Hugh Malpas to the present grantors. Witnesses:—Nicholas Exton, mayor, William More and William Staundon, sheriffs, of London, and others (named). 2 December, 10 Richard II.
[Middx.]B. 2182. Grant by Richard de Bitton of London, to John Bays and Thomas Macy, clerk, of the brewhouse, &c., in Holbourne in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate, which he had of the feoffment of William Andreu and Cicely his wife. Witnesses:—John Pecche, mayor, James de Thame and William de Holbech, sheriffs, of London, John de Chichestre, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 4 July, 36 Edward III. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2183. Grant by Nigel de Lutterworth, clerk, to Nicholas de Wyght and Alice his wife, of a toft in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Newgate and without the bar of West Smethefeld. Sunday after St. Matthew, 7 Edward III. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2184. Release by Emma, daughter and heiress of Henry Knight of London, to Richard de Gloucestre, clerk, of her right to a shop which was her father's, in the parish of St. Bride, Fleet Street. Saturday after SS. Peter and Paul, 10 Edward II. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2185. Grant by Geoffrey de Bisseye, to his son Fulk, of a messuage without the bar of Smethefeld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Neugate. Wednesday before Michaelmas, 13 Edward II. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2186. Grant by Thomas de Kyngeston of London, to John de Cauntebrigge of the same, of a tenement and garden in the parish of St. Botolph without Bysshopesgate, which the grantor purchased from Robert Vereby called 'Girdelere.' Witnesses:—John Louekyn, mayor, John Torgold and William Dykman, sheriffs, of London, John le Lytle, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 7 October, 41 Edward III. Seal.
Middx.]B. 2187. Release by Thomas de Kyngeston of London, to John de Cauntebrugge of the same, of his right to a tenement with a garden, in the parish of St. Botolph without Bisshopesgate. Witnesses:—John de Bernes, mayor, William de Walworth and Eobert de Cayton, sheriffs, of London, John Lytle, alderman of that ward, and others (named). Friday, feast of St. Nicholas the Bishop, 44 Edward III. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2188. Release by Peter de Poumfrit of London, to Nicholas Poungg of the same, of his right to houses, called 'Stonhuys,' in the parish of St. Botolph without Bisschopisgate. Witnesses:—Henry Darcy, mayor, Walter Neal and Nicholas Crane, sheriffs, of London, Richard de la Pole, alderman of that ward, and others (named). Thursday before St. Laurence, A.D. 1338, and 12 Edward III. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2189. Grant by John de Cauntebrigge of London, to William de Halden, William de Walworthe, citizens of London, John de Middelton, Nicholas Heryng, John Bays and William Stowe, of a tenement with houses thereon called 'Stonhous' and a garden in the parish of St. Botolph without Bisshopesgate, 6 September, 48 Edward III.
[Middx.]B. 2190. Demise by Nicholas de Newben, and Margaret his wife, sister of Walter de Poterne, to Roger son of Roger Palmer, of a rent issuing out of a house and land in the parish of St. Andrew Holeburn, rendering yearly for the same three gilly flowers. Witnesses:—Gilbert de Louecote, Martin le Panneler, and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]B. 2191. Grant by Robert son of Jordan de Purtepol, to Adam de Basinghes of London, of lands in the parishes of St. Andrew, Holeburne, and St. Pancras, part, abutting upon Purtepol street and 'la Greneweie,' and at Purtepol extending to 'le Vrunelane.' Witnesses:—Simon son of Mary, sheriff of Middlesex, John de Coudr', William Blundus, James ad Novum Redditum, Petrus ad Duo Hostia, and others (named). [18 Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2192. Confirmation by William, son and heir of Cicely late the wife of Peter the tailor (cissoris), of the grant by his said mother to Andrew son of Andrew Bokeill of land in the street of Purtepole, in the parish of St. Andrew, Holeburne. Witnesses:—Stephen de Strandia, Gawin Chese, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2193. Release by Richard de Exton, to Nicholas de Exton his brother, of his right to lands and tenements in the county of Middlesex, and also in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborne. 8 September, 48 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Middx.]B. 2194. Defeasance of a bond given by John de Excestre and Cicely his wife, to William Knotte, for the peaceable possession by him of a tenement in the parish of St. Andrew, Holbourne. 3 July, 39 Edward III. Fragments of two seals.
[Middx.]B. 2195. Receipt by Margaret late the wife of Bartholomew de Burghasshe, knight, to Joan late the wife of John de Coupland, for 5 marks for her dower, due out of tenements in the ward of Colmanstrete. London 1 April, 46 Edward III. French. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2196. Demise by John Seman, prior of the Charterhouse, to Henry John of London, of a tenement, late a brewhouse, called the 'Unycorn' in Martelane, in the parish of St. Olave by the Tower of London for forty years. 2 February, A.D. 1468, and 8 Edward IV. English. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2197. Demise by Laurence son of Milo, to Hervey de Norfolk, of lands, &c., in the parishes of St. Andrew, Holeburnestrate, and St. Pancras. Witnesses:—Alexander de Norfolk, Umfrey Buckuinte, Ailwin Chese, Adam de Norfolk, and others (named). Twelfth century. Seal.
[Middx.]B. 2198. Grant by John Robyn of London and Joan his wife, to Thomas Colshall of the same, of a tenement in Martlane in the parish of St. Olave by the Tower of London. Witnesses:—Robert Chichele, mayor, John Reynewelle and Walter Cotton, sheriffs, of London, Stephen Spelman, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 12 February, 13 Henry IV. Fragments of two seals.
[Middx.]B. 2199. Demise by William Goldyng, clerk, and Simon atte Halle, to Lambert Fermer and Agnes his wife, of a yearly rent of a red rose, issuing out of a tenement in Martelane in the parish of St. Olave by the Tower of London, together with the reversion of the said tenement upon the decease of Roger Walter and Rose his wife, to whom the said premises had been demised by the said Lambert Fermer and Isabella his former wife, the said Lambert having subsequently granted the said rent and reversion to the present grantors. Witnesses:—John Fraunceys, mayor, John Wakele and William Evote, sheriffs, of London, John Hadlee, alderman of that ward, and others (named). 19 May, 2 Henry IV. Two seals.
[Middx.]B. 2200. Release by Roger Chamberlayn of Huntyngdon and Agnes his wife, late the wife of Lambert Fermer, esquire, to Robert Arnold, Richard Shirwode, John Trayllee, Robert Robyn and Henry Baselee, of their right to a yearly rent issuing out of a tenement, &c. in Martlane, in the parish of St. Olave by the Tower of London. Witnesses:—Richard Whityngton, mayor, Nicholas Wotton and Gulfrey Brook, sheriffs, of London. 20 March, 8 Henry IV. Two seals.