Deeds
A.3901 - A.4000

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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A.3901 - A.4000

[Suff.]A. 3901. Grant in frank almoin by Simon son of William Malkael, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of his share in the meadow called 'Brademedue' in Hintlesham. Witnesses:—William Testepin, Baldewin the leech (medico), Thomas de Knapetun, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3902. Grant by Simon Malkael, son of William Malkael, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of land in Hintlesham. Witnesses:— William Testepin, Thomas de Chnapetun, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3903. Grant by Osebert son of Warin, to Andrew son of Richard de Wildervill, of his land of Wicham to hold by the service of the third part of a knight's fee. Witnesses:—Richard the dean (decano), Robert de Frein, Stephen de Ludham, Warin de Charesfeld, and others (named). Twelfth century. Equestrian seal.
Endorsed: 'Charisfeud.'
[Suff.]A. 3904. Release by William son of John, to John son of Constantine, of a messuage in Ipswich, which Avelina, William's mother, sold to the said Constantine in Pormanimot (Portmanmote), when Elias was reeve. Witnesses:—Adam de Hulmo, William de Beumes, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Heref ?]A. 3905. Release by Cicely relict of Simon le Wasfre of Wistantune, widow, to Thomas le Wasfre of the same, of all her right of dower in land and a mill in Wistanestune, and in the rent of Merstune with escheats &c. Witnesses:—Walter de Mawardine, and others (named). November, A.D. 1270.
[Suff.]A. 3906. Grant by Eustace del Turpet, of Burstalle, to John de Aula of Cleydune, of pasture in Burstalle parish. Wednesday in Easter week, 9 Edward [II]. Seal, broken.
[Suff.]A. 3907. Grant by Edmund Duulle son of Alaer the clerk (clerici) of Thurlestun, to John de Sancto Georgeo, of Ipswich, of land in Thurlestun. Witnesses:—William de Pesehale, Martin the clerk of Hakeham, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3908. Confirmation by John son of Alan Peytevin of Meleford, of a grant by Petronilla his mother, late the wife of the said Alan, to Sir William de Valence, lord of Penbroc, of land in Meleford. Witnesses:— Adam de Schimplingford, Geoffrey son of Thomas, Ralph son of Henry de Elmeswell, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Endorsed: 'Kentewelle.'
[Suff.]A. 3909. Grant by Geoffrey Blundel of Ipswich, to William his son, the bastard, of a messuage, &c. in the parish of St. Nicholas, Ipswich, paying 12d. yearly to the prior and convent of St. Peter's, Ipswich. Witnesses:—William Godesk[alk], Matthew de Porta, bailiffs, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3910. Grant by William Hodere of Ipswich, to John Knight of the same, and Alice his wife, of land in Thurlestone which William de Brandone lately acquired from Walter Baldewyne, adjoining land of the prior and convent of St. Peter's, Ipswich, and abutting on the roads from Ipswich to Pyntone marsh, and Thurleston church, respectively. Saturday after St. Martin the bishop, 29 Edward III. Seal.
[Essex ?]A. 3911. Grant by Roger de Reimes, to Sir Philip Basset, of a part of the land called 'Cobeslond' to enclose, in exchange for adjoining land. Witnesses:—Sirs Richard Fillol, Hugh le Gros (grosso), Robert de Badwe, William de Kertling, Geoffrey de Sunderlond, Henry de Wrabenese, William Bastard, Nicholas de Hastings, Nicholas de Mistelee. Injured. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3912. Grant by William son and heir of John dil Hay of Sproutone, to John de Cleydon, of land and rents in Sprouton and Burstalle, which he recovered by assize of mart d'ancestor from Sayena late the wife of the said John dil Hay at Henhowe, on Friday after St. Matthew, 9 Edward III. Monday after St. Matthew the evangelist, 9 Edward III.
[Suff.]A. 3913. Demise by Richard Felawe, John Gosse, and John Creyk, to William Style, Bennet Caldewell, Robert Buxston, John Hasting, and John Sparhauk, butcher, of two tenements and two curtilages in the parish of St. Nicholas, Ipswich, for twenty pounds, payable in half-yearly instalments of 20s. each. Witnesses:—Edward Wynter, Robert Halle, bailiffs of Ipswich, William Wattys, coroner of the same, and others (named). 20 November, 49 Henry VI. Three seals, one broken.
[Suff.]A. 3914. Grant by Justus de Thurlestun, to Cicely his daughter, in tail, of land which was part of the marriage portion of Christina his wife, in Thurlestun parish in the field called 'Bure,' adjoining land of the prior of Holy Trinity, Ipswich, with remainder to Clemencia, younger sister of the grantee, in fee. Witnesses:—Baldewin de Pesehale, Augustine de Westerfeld, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3915. Release by Ralph Boleis and Marrswytha his wife, daughter of Robert Harding of Ipswich, to Richard de Belstede, of all their right in land in the parish of St. Nicholas, Ipswich. Witnesses:—Silvester son of Walk[elin], and Matthew de Porta, bailiffs, William Godesk[alk], John de Bessemere, and others (named). January, 35 Henry III. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3916. Grant in frank almoin by Geoffrey Malkahel, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of 12d. yearly rent from land in Hintlesham in the field called 'Ruhes.' Witnesses:—Hugh Ruff', Robert de Angervil, William Testepin, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3917. Grant by Thomas son of Ralph de Litgate, to Alexander, rector of the church of Gretingham, of meadow on either side of the ford at Estford in Gretingham. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Agnis, William de Ho, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal, broken.
[Suff.]A. 3918. Release by Emma, relict of John Rogges of Gretingham (Cretingham), widow, to John Vylot of the same, of all her right of dower in land in Gretingham, purchased by the said Vylot from her late husband. Tuesday after St. Dunstan the bishop, 3 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]A. 3919. Grant by Silvester son of Waukelin de Gipewico, to Alan Justus of Thurlestun, of land in Thurlestun in the field called 'Londfeld.' Witnesses:—Baldewin de Pesehale, John de Sancto Georgio, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Essex.]A. 3920. Grant by William son of Walter de Parva Yselham, to Thorald de Wykes and Cicely his wife, in tail, of a messuage which Henry de Hopwere held of the grantor's father in Wykes, and of a moiety of Thornhalecroft; and also a moiety of all the said Henry's tenement in the fields of Wykes and without; with further grant of the other moiety of the said tenement &c. with remainder to the said Thorald for life; in exchange for a croft and messuage in Fordham, to hold of the lord of Wykes. Witnesses:—Henry de Botekesham (Bottisham), Robert son of Walter de Fordham, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3921. Grant by John de Moneweden, the prior, and the canons of St. Peter's, Ipswich, to Margery Hakoun, for her life, of a chamber with a curtilage annexed, in a house adjoining the priory, the said chamber being near the cemetery of St. Peter's church. Monday after St. John ante Portam Latinam, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3922. Release by Olive, late the wife of Hugh the smith (fabry), of Eye, to Henry de Langetone, of all her right of dower in a messuage and houses &c. [in Eye ?] Witnesses:—Henry de Crauele, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'Eye.'
[Suff.]A. 3923. Grant by Richard son of Nicholas Fullere, and Lucy his wife, to John Costin, of land in Hintlesham, in the field called 'Sparke fordfeld,' in exchange for land in the croft of Bercfeld. St. Leonard's day, 27 Edward [I].
Middex.A. 3924. Grant by William Serjaunt, taverner, of Stanes, and Ralph Baker, of the same, to Robert Haxay and John Hyller, of a curtilage and land in Eye, which the grantors had of the gift of Adam Stakeboll, barbour, and William Skypton, clerk. Westminster, 17 June, 7 Henry IV.
[Suff.]A. 3925. Acknowledgment by Osbert son of Sayer de Litelund, that he has received in perpetual farm a moiety of Agneford mill, and 6d. yearly rent, from the prior and convent of St. Peter's, Ipswich; reciting the said grant, by which the said Osbert is to grind yearly three seams (summas) of corn or spelt for the convent, unless prevented by drought, and is to keep the mill in repair. Fourteenth century.
[Suff.]A. 3926. Grant by Roger son of Tobias de Chatesham, to Geoffrey son of Baldewin the leech (medici) of Hintlesham, on his marriage with Beatrice, the grantor's daughter, of a messuage with garden &c, and a croft called 'Thewardescroft,' all which were formerly held by Roger from the prioress and convent of Wikes; grant also of the homage and rent due from Hervey who holds an acre in the same croft; the premises to be held at a rent payable partly to the prioress of Wykes and partly to the grantor. Witnesses:—Richard son of Nicholas de Hel, John and William Testepin, Geoffrey de Chatesham, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3927. Grant by William Turpet of the hamlet of Burstalle, to John son of Adam de Aula, of Cleydon, of land and rent in the said hamlet. Sunday after St. Matthias the apostle, 16 Edward [II].
[Suff.]A. 3928. Grant by Robert de Ponte of Burstalle and Alice his wife, to John de Cleydone, of land in the hamlet of Burstall, abutting on the road from Burstall Church to Ipswich and of ½d. yearly rent. Thursday after St. Valentine, 10 Edward [II].
Endorsed: 'Carta feoffamenti Roberti de Bregge de una pecia terre et uno obolo.'
[Suff.]A. 3929. Sale by Peter Fauelor, to Sir John Milys of Clisseby, parson of Bradewell, of land and rents in the manor of Newton with the advowson of Newton Church. Witnesses:—Sirs Thomas de Swaby, John Donyngton, and Adam Pope, clerks, Sir John, duke of Lancaster, and others (named). St. Catherine's Hospital by the Tower of London, 26 June, 47 Edward III. French. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3930. Grant by William, vicar of Gretingham church, and John son of Robert le Spenser of Gretingham, chaplain, to Eliseus de le Medwe of the same, of a messuage and land in Overegretingham. 12 March, 2 Edward III.
[Suff.]A. 3931. Grant by Alan son of Justus de Thurlestun, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of land in Thurlestun, in the field called 'Stowefeld' adjoining lands of the said canons, and abutting on a meadow called 'Merchsmedwe.' Witnesses:—William de Holebroc, Baldewin de Pesehale, Robert de Cleydun, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Essex.]A. 3932. Release by Edith relict of Hugh le Cortais of Tendring, widow, to Thomas de Dikeleye, of all her right in the tenement of her late husband in Tendring. Witnesses:—William le Gros, William de Beaumont (de Bello Monte), and others (named).
[Suff.]A. 3933. Release by Emma late the wife of John Rogges of Gretingham, to Ralph Halyday of the same, of all her right in a piece of meadow in Gretingham. Sunday after the translation of St. Bennet the abbot. 4 [Edward III ?]. Mutilated.
[Suff.]A. 3934. Grant by Margery daughter of Robert Gerad of Foxhole, to Martin Justuse of Thurleston, of all the lands and rents &c. in Thurleston, which she inherited from John Cayman, chaplain, her uncle, paying 2s. yearly to the prior and convent of St. Peter's, Ipswich. Witnesses:—Baldewin de Walle, Adam de Aula, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3935. Grant by William Bastard of Gretingham, to Gilbert, the prior, and the canons of St. Peter's, Ipswich, of meadow in Gretingham, between the free land of Gretingham church and the mill-pond of master Ralph Ainneus, in exchange for a piece of meadow of the said free land, called 'le Harwe,' by the watercourse from Gretingham bridge to Osewen. Witnesses:—William de Holebroc, Simon Bastard, Simon Turpin, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3936. Grant by Adam Holt of Thurleston, to Martin Justuse of the same, of land [in Thurleston ?], adjoining the messuage formerly belonging to Justuse de Thurlestun. Witnesses:—Baldewin de Pesehale, Martin de Akenham, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3937. Demise by Sir William, the prior, and the canons of St. Peter's, Ipswich, to William Andrew of Sprouthone, of all their lands and tenements in Sprouthone, for two years, with right of entry for six months longer &c. The Exaltation of Holy Cross, 24 Edward III.
[Suff.]A. 3938. Demise by Laurence le Free, and John le Free his brother, to Roger Ethoun of Ipswich and Alice his wife, of a moiety of all their lands and tenements in Granewych by Ipswich in Halwetre parish, for six years; with grant by the said lessees that if they have quiet possession of the premises for the said term, a certain bond given to them by Laurence and John shall be void. Witnesses:—John Irp, John de Prestone, bailiffs of Ipswich, and others (named). Monday, nativity of the Virgin Mary, 11 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]A. 3939. Grant by Walter de Leystun and Margery his wife, to William. Testepyn son of William Testepyn of Hyntlesham, of land in Brokes, in the field called 'Aldegate' and 5d. yearly rent payable by Robert Coc, paying 12d. yearly to Sir Geoffrey de Badele, 12d. to John Testepyn, and 1d. to the grantors. Witnesses:—William Godeskalc, Matthew de Porta, bailiffs of Ipswich, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3940. Release by Nicholas Bonde of Freston, to Sir Henry, the prior, and the canons of St. Peter's, Ipswich, of all his right in all the lands &c. held by them in Wherstede, Belstede, Thurleston, Hyntlesham and Ipswich. 20 January, 14 Edward [II]. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]A. 3941. Demise by Matilda Cornherde, the prioress, and the convent of Wykes, to John Ardelegh, the younger, of Swynelonde (Swilland), of all the conventual lands belonging to the rectory of Swynelond, except land lying by 'le Mellemo.t' &c. for ten years; with acknowledgment by the said John of his bond for the yearly payment of 26s. 8d. Sunday after St. Edmund the king, 3 Henry IV.
Endorsed:—'Suff.'
[Suff.]A. 3942. Release by John le But of Hyntlesham, to John Costyn of Sparkesforthe, of all arrears of rent from the tenement which Costyn lately purchased from Henry the dean of Saumford. Saturday, the feast ot St. Edmund the king and martyr, 5 Edward II.
[Suff.]A. 3943. Release by Alice, relict of Walter Selvester of Bedingfeld, widow, to the prior and monks of St. Mary's, Snapes, of all her right of dower in the lands &c. in Bedingfeld, which they hold of the gift of Walter son of Silvester her late husband. Witnesses:—Adam de Bedingfeld, William le Fleming, Robert de Lyndseye, and others (named). Thirteenth century.
[Suff.]A. 3944. Release by John Marschal of Elmesete, to John de Cleydon, of all his right in all the lands &c. in Beilham, Blakenham-on-the-hill, and Blakenham-on-the-water, which the grantor had of the gift of the said John. Wednesday the vigil of the Annunciation, 13 Edward III.
[Suff.]A. 3945. Release by Norman de la Ty, of Bramford, chaplain, to the prior and convent of St. Peter's, Ipswich, of all his right in the tenement which Alan le Scocher formerly held from them. Witnesses:—Sir John de Lovetot, knight, Peter de la Ty, Baldewin de Pesenhale, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal, injured.
[Suff.]A. 3946. Confirmation by Thomas de Ramis of the gift by Alexander de Ramis, his father, to Robert de Ramis, uncle of the present grantor, of land called 'Dunesmere' in Sprouton, also of all the land of Peverel fee in Burstalle, also land of the fee of the abbot of St. Osith in Burstalle called 'Stonilond,' and land called 'Brocslade' in the same town. Witnesses:— Geoffrey, parson of Sprouton, William de Ramesholt, Manaser de Bordeshowe, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3947. Grant by Gilbert de Sparkeford, chaplain, to Hugh the smith (fabro), of Sparkeford and Emma his wife, in tail, and to Osbert son of the said Hugh, of a drove way (liberam chaciam) for ploughs, carts, and beasts over his pasture to their land in the field of Sparkeford. Witnesses:—Amis Godefrei, Robert de Berfeld, Hosbert Amys, and others (named). Fourteenth century.
Endorsed:—'Hyntylesham.'
[Suff.]A. 3948. Grant in frank almoin by Richard de Breuse, knight, and Alice his wife, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of land in Thurleston, in the field called 'Stowefeld'; also release in frank almoin, by the same, to the same, of all claim to all the lands &c. which the said canons have by the feoffment of Edmund Duelle and Justuse his brother, of the grantors' fee in Thurleston. Witnesses:—Sirs Richard de Holebroch, Robert de Bosco, knights, Baldewin de Pesehale, and others (named). V Kalends, May, (27 April) A.D. 1277. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]A. 3949. Grant in frank almoin by Thomas Testepin, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of 4d. yearly rent from a messuage in the street called 'Eststrete,' in Ipswich. Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey de Badele knight, Silvester son of Waukelin, Hugh de Langestun, and others (named) [Henry III.]
[Suff.]A. 3950. Bond by William Hervy of Burstalle and Cristyna his wife, to Richard Ilervy their son, for the payment to him of a yearly rent of 60s. from their lands in Burstalle. Sunday after the Ascension 15 Edward III.
[Suff.]A. 3951. Release by Gilbert Spicbt and Margery his wife, daughter of Robert Harding of Ipswich, to Richard de Belstede, of all their right in a piece of land in the parish of St. Nicholas, Ipswich. Witnesses:— William Godeschalc, Walter de Leyster, bailiffs of Ipswich, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Warw.A. 3952. Sale by Robert Sewer, Hew Tofte and Alice his wife, to Sir Thomas Lucy, knight, and dame Elizabeth his wife, of all the messuages and lands &c. with a wood called 'Grenis Grove,' formerly belonging to Symond Grenes and Robert Grenes, his son, in Hatton Shreveley, or elsewhere in the county named. 16 October, 8 Henry VIII. Two seals, broken.
[Suff.]A. 3953. Release in frank almoin by William de Thistelden, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, for the support of an altar light in their church, of 6d. yearly rent which they used to pay for land in Gretingham part lying in the field called 'Stubbing.' Witnesses:—Sir William de Swinesford, sheriff of Suffolk, Sir Arnulf de Octel, and others (named). [40–42 Henry III.] Fragment of seal.
Endorsed:—'Prior retinet de Willelmo de Stistede de Gretinham vjd.'
[Suff.]A. 3954. Grant in frank almoin by William son of Alan, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of 6d. yearly rent from land in Thisteldene called 'Balle.' Witnesses:—Humphrey the dean (decano), John de Pleiford, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Essex.A. 3955. Sale by Thomas Bulleyn, knight, to the king, for 1,000l., of the manor of Newhall, and of all the lands and tenements &c. in the parishes of Boreham, Litelwaltham, Chelmesforde, and Springfeld, which the said Thomas purchased from the executors of the earl of Ormond. 26 May, 9 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed:—Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in February of the within written year.
[Suff.]A. 3956. Grant by John de Thorlestone, chaplain, son of John de Thorlestone, to Andrew the clerk (clerico), son of Baldewin de Ecclesia, of Thorlestone, and to Isabella his wife, of land in Thorlestone. St. James the apostle's day, 43 Henry III.
[Suff.]A. 3957. Release by Matilda, late the wife of David de Cornhelle, widow, to John son of Peter de Haverell, of all her right of dower in a messuage with buildings and two stalls in Haverell market-place. Witnesses:—Sir Andrew do Helm' and others (named).
[Suff.]A. 3958. Grant by Peter, the prior, and the convent of Binham, to Gunnora de Estferia, for her life, or until she takes the veil, of land in Westleia granted to them, in frank almoin, by Lady Agnes de Valoniis, and Robert de Valoniis, her son. Witnesses:—John, the chaplain of the countess, Robert de Ver, Geoffrey de Bierleia, and others (named). Twelfth century.
[Suff.]A. 3959. Release by John Coleman son of John son of Thobias the chaplain of Chatesham, to Lady Idonia, the prioress, and to the convent of Wykes, of all his right in land in Hintlesham in the field called 'Birthey,' adjoining the street extending from Reindune to Ipswich. Witnesses:— Geoffrey de Wassebroc, Robert de Sparkeford, and others (named).
[Suff.]A. 3960. Grant in frank almoin by Simon Blundel of Ipswich, to the prior and convent of St. Peter's, Ipswich, of 6d. yearly rent from a messuage in Ipswich, in the parish of St. Nicholas, in return for which they have released to him the rent of another messuage in the same parish, held by the friars Carmelites. Witnesses:—Matthew de Porta, Vivian son of Silvester, bailiffs, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Suff.]A. 3961. Release by Thomas Freman of Chatesham and Custance his wife, to John Costin of Leyham, the younger, of all their right in lands and messuages &c. in Hintlesham, and in pasture there adjoining the road to Sparkeford mill. Wednesday the feast of St. Peter ad cathedram, 29 Edward [I].
Suff.]A. 3962. Grant by John son of Leticia Bernard of Sproutone, to Robert de Sproutone, of land in Belstede adjoining the tenement of the abbot of Anmale. Witnesses:—Osbert de Sproutone, William de Norwode, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff ?]A. 3963. Grant in frank almoin by Roger de Muntchanesi and Matilda his wife, to the nuns of St. Mary's, Wykes, of half a mark rent from their land of Chedestan. Witnesses:—William and Oliver de Ualf, Stephen de Munchanesi, Robert the clerk, of Stratford, Osbern the clerk, of Belstede, Bernard de Widermundeford, and others (named). Twelfth century.
[Suff.]A. 3964. Grant by Edmund de Ass and Isabella his wife, to Sir William de Valencia, lord of Pembroke, of land in Melleford, part abutting on the road to Clare, part in the field called 'Beyrnefeud,' adjoining the road to Subir' (Sudbury). Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Prestun, Hugh de Batesford, William de Symplingford, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Suff.A. 3965. Grant by John de Cleydon, to master Robert de Cleydon, son of the late Sir William de Cleydon, knight, and to Sir Roger Beneyt of Chatesham, chaplain, of all his lands and tenements with his goods and chattels in Burstall, Braunford, Sprouton, Hyntlesham, Reydon, Chatesham, Belsted Magna, Hemmyngston, Codynham, Gosebek, Berugham, Beylham, Blakenham on the water, and elsewhere in the county named, except Burstall Hall. Sunday after St. Luke the evangelist, 19 Edward III. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 3966. Grant by Walter son of Silvester de Bedingefeld, to the monks of St. Mary's, Snape, of land in Bedingefeld called 'Clerkesland.' Witnesses:—Adamde Bedingefeld, Nicholas de Halledis, Simon de Farham, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Suff ?]A. 3967. Grant in frank almoin by Robert son of Geoffrey de Badelea, and Beatrice his wife, and Geoffrey de Broches, their son and heir, to the canons of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, of land held from the grantors by Gerard de Gretford at a rent of 14d. Witnesses:—Jonas the dean of Ipswich, Anneis, lady of Broches, and others (named).
[Suff.]A. 3968. Grant by Roger Gilberd of Belstede Magna, to William de Staunford, of enclosed land in Belstede which the grantor purchased from John Halteby. Friday after St. Valentine, 23 Edward III.
[Suff.]A. 3969. Grant by Richard son of Thomas le Coc of Burstalle, to Thomas Horold and Isabella his wife, of land in Burstalle. Sunday the feast of St. Bennet the abbot. 21 Edward III.
Surrey.A. 3970. Release by John Burghchier, knight, lord of Barnes, to Thomas Unton, esquire, John Dauney, knight, Robert Norwiche, Robert Lorde and Richard Berne, to the use of the said Unton, of all his right in the manor of West Horsley, with messuages, lands &c. and 100s. rent in East and West Horsley, Chedyngfeld, Okley, Shire, Esyngham, and Byflete. 2 December, 12 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 3971. Release by Robert Lemyng, brother and heir of William Lemyng, late citizen and grocer of London, to Roger Copley, William Copley, and Thomas Massyngberd, of all his right in the manors of Mase and Ewell. 12 July, 12 Edward IV. Seal, broken.
Surrey.A. 3972. Will of Richard Skinner of Pekham, written by his brother, John Skynner, disposing of all his share in a moiety of the manor and lands called 'Cold abbey,' in the parishes of Pekham, Camberwell, and Depford, and of lands in Nutfeld. Last day of December, 8 Henry VII. Seal, broken.
Surrey.A. 3973. Grant by John, earl of Warwick, viscount Lisle, knight of the garter, and master of the household, to the king, of the manor and park of Esher. 20 December, 4 Edward VI. Signed. Portion of seal of arms.
Surrey.A. 3974. Release by Andrew Peverel, knight, to the king, of all his right in the manor of Gomeshulne (Gomshall), now in the king's hand. Witnesses:—William, bishop of Winchester, Simon, bishop of Ely, John, bishop of Worcester, Humphrey and Richard, earls of Hereford and Arundel, and others (named). Westminster palace, 8 February, A.D. 1363. 38 Edward III. Seal of arms.
Surrey.A. 3975. Release by Andrew, son and heir of Andrew Peverel, knight, and of his late wife, Katherine, one of the daughters and heiresses of John de Ifeld, to the king, of all his right in the manor of Gomeshulne. Witnesses and date as in A. 3974. Seal of arms.
Surrey.A. 3976. Release by Stephen de Asshewy, son and heir of Margaret one of the daughters and heiresses of John de Ifeld, to the king, of all his right in the manor of Gomeshulne. Witnesses and date as in A. 3974. Seal.
[Sussex ?]A. 3977. Demise by Henry, earl of Northumberland, to Henry Lecheford the younger, of Charlewood, co. Surrey, gentleman, of the site of the manor 'within the mote of Ifelde,' and of lands called 'Courte Fylde,' 'Drewetes,' 'Brokelande,' and 'Jelyngesmede' with three fields called 'Thebaldes' lying on Stumbylhole for twenty-one years. 18 February, 20 Henry VIII. English. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 3978. Grant in frank almoin by Odo de Danmartin son of William de Danmartin, to the monks of St. Pancras, of land in Chartehamme, (Caterham ?) of the fee of Tenruge (Tanridge), and in Chepstude (Chipstead), and a third part of the tithe of the lordship of Michelam (Mickleham) in accordance with a previous grant by the said William. Witnesses:—Master Elias de Sudwerch, Alan de Lingefeld, Walter Quellere, and others (named). Twelfth century.
Endorsed:—'De Surra Winton' Dioc'.'
[Wilts.]A. 3979. Grant by John son of Roger de Cherburgh, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of the manor of Sende, with the tenements held in dower in the same by Matilda late the wife of Wigan de Cherburgh, when they fall in. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Holte, William de Cotes, Geoffrey de Wroxhal, Robert de Vernoun, and John de Kyngeston, knights, and others (named). Fasterne, Tuesday before St. Laurence, 25 Edward [I].
Surrey.A. 3980. Grant by Robert de Monte Alto, steward of Chester, and Emma his wife, to Sir Hugh le Despenser the younger, son of the earl of Winchester, of the manor of Schaldeford (Shalford) for the life of the said Emma. Witnesses:—Sirs Edmund de Hemmegrave, Roger de Bilneye, Robert de Aspale, Nicholas de Gunevill, Robert de Bures, Nicholas de Eton, and John Dabernon, knights, and others (named). Keninghale, 8 May, 16 Edward II. Seal of arms.
Surrey.A. 3981. Defeasance of a bond by Sir John Burghcher, knight, Lord Berners, to Henry Eden, gentleman, for 1,000l. and of a mortgage by the said Lord Berners, to the said Eden, for 580l. of the manor of Westhorsley, with the advowson of the church there, with lands and tenements in Westhorsley, Esthorslegh, Chedyngfold, Okley, Effingham, and Byflete, belonging thereto; witnessing that if the said Lord Berners shall repay the said 580l. in the manner specified, the said bond and mortgage shall be void. 24 August, 9 Henry VIII. Signed. English.
[Surrey.]A. 3982. Release by William, the master, and the brethren of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr in Suwerk (Southwark), to the prior and convent of St. Pancras, Lewes, of all their right in the church of St. Olave, S'werk, except a rent of 2 marks from the said church, to be received from the brethren of London Bridge if they obtain possession of the said church. [Henry III.]
[Surrey.]A. 3983. Grant by Robert de Wykford, to the king, of a moor called 'Westesmore,' and a meadow called 'Westesmed',' with other land and meadow, in Worplesdon. 4 May, 29 Edward III. Seal of arms.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll, in May of the year within written.
Surrey.A. 3984. (1.) Grant by Robert de Wykford, clerk, to the king, of the manor of Worplesdon, with all his other lands &c. in that town. Witnesses:—William, bishop of Winchester, the chaucellor, Simon, bishop of Ely, the treasurer of England, Thomas de Veer, earl of Oxford, the chamberlain, Bartholomew de Burghasshe, and Richard de la Vache, knights. London, 2 December, 36 Edward [III]. Seal of arms.
(2.) Letter of attorney by Robert de Wykford, authorising William atte Park and Richard Pruet, of Gildeford, to deliver seisin of the above premises. 3 December, 36 Edward [III]. Fragment of seal.
Two skins.
Surrey.A. 3985. Letter of attorney by William Sandis, knight, Lord Sandis, and Dame Margery Sandis, his wife, kinswoman and heiress of Reginald Bray, knight, deceased, authorising Richard Clotton and Peter Swyfte, gentlemen, to receive seisin of the manor of Wandelesworthe (Wandsworth). 25 May, 30 Henry VIII. Signed.
Surrey.A. 3986. Bond by William, abbot of St. Peter's, Westminster, to William Sandys, knight, Lord Sandys, the king's chamberlain, for 500l. for the observance by the said abbot of the award of John FitzJames, knight, chief justice of the king's bench, and Anthony FitzHerbert, knight, one of the justices of common pleas, as to the possession of the manor of Wanlesworth (Wandsworth) late belonging to Thomas Fenyz knight, Lord Dacres. 20 June, 29 Henry VIII. Signed. Partly English.
Surrey.A. 3987. Bargain and sale by Thomas Fenys, knight, Lord Dacre, to Sir Reynold Brav. knight, chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, Job Kyngesmyll, serjeant 'to the lawe,' and Edmund Dudley, esquire, for 426l. 13s. 4d. of the manor of Wannesworth and all his lands &c. in Wannesworth, Battersey, Puttenheth (Putney), and Wynbleden, and other towns adjoining. 10 July, 17 Henry VII. English. Two signatures. Portions of three seals.
Surrey.A. 3988. Bargain and sale by Sir John Burgcher, knight, Lord Berners, to Henry Eden, gentleman and merchant of the Staple at Calais, for 580l. of the manor of Westhorsley, with all his lands &c. in the towns and parishes of Westhorsley, Esthorslegh, Chedyngfold, Okley, Effingham, and Byflete, or elsewhere in the county named, belonging to the said manor, with all deeds relating thereto. 22 August, 9 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 3989. Grant by Margaret, countess of Richmond and Derby, to the king, her son, of the manor and lordship of Woking, reserving certain offices belonging to the said manor, granted to certain persons named. 28 October, 21 Henry VII. Signed. Portion of seal of arms.
Endorsed: 'The gyfte of the manor of Wookyng to kyng Herry the vijth.'
Surrey.A. 3990. Surrender by Nicholas de Lovaygne, knight, to the king, of the manor of Worthe, with a hundred acres of heath called 'Foukesheth'; with release of all his right therein by virtue of a grant from Sir John de Cobbeham, knight. London, 1 September, 36 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[Berks.]A. 3991. Grant by Roger West, 'tournour,' to the king, of a messuage, wood, and heath in Essamstede, in exchange for a messuage and land there, in the field called 'la Doune,' and for two crofts called respectively 'Lutloomerssh' and 'Brakenhalecroft' in the said town, parcel of the manor of Essamstede. 8 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Surrey.A. 3992. Demise by John Seymour, clerk, to Reginald Bray, knight, William Danvers, one of the justices of the common pleas, John Scott and Robert Wodford, esquires, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Egham, to the grantor's use; with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Walton and Leonard Wayte to deliver seisin. 20 September, 16 Henry VII. Portion of seal.
Surrey.A. 3993. Grant by John Burghchier, knight, Lord Barners, to Thomas Unton, esquire, undertaking before the feast of Pentecost next to make a grant to the said Unton and others, named, of the manor of Westhorsley, with lands &c. in Westhorsley, Esthorsley, Chedyngfold Okley, Efyngham and Biflete, for the use of the said Lord Barners during his life, and afterwards to the use of the said Thomas Unton. 11 February, 9 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 3994. Grant by James de Wdeham, son of Reginald le Taylur, to Thomas de Pyrye, of all the land in Eggeham, which the said Thomas held of the grantor's father, who held from John de Ymmewrthe; paying a thousand herrings in the first week of Lent to the abbot and convent of Chertsey, and money rents to Henry de Midelton, William de Rutherwik, and the heirs of Gravencye. Witnesses:—William Pikot, steward of Chertsey, Richard Russel of Trottesworthe, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Berks.]A. 3995. Grant by John de Abyndon, to the king, of land in Essamstede, in a field called 'la Doune with a croft in the same town, in exchange for a cottage with meadow and pasture at Cokkenhend, in the said town, and for land there in fields called 'Micheloomerssh,' and 'le Acrehey,' and for a croft called 'Menecroft.' 8 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in May of the year within written.
[Berks.]A. 3996. Grant by John atte Felde, and Alice his wife, daughter of William atte Felde, to the king, of a messuage, lands, and a grove, in Essamstede. 4 May, 22 Edward [III]. Seal, and seal of arms.
Endorsed as A. 3995.
[Surrey.]A. 3997. Grant by Henry Clement, to the king, of a plot of moor called 'Clementes more' in Henle by Guldeford, and of 12d. yearly rent and two works in autumn from a tenement called 'Aynolfesthyng,' in exchange for a croft called 'Putridescroft,' and for wood at 'la Hok,' in Henle, which are parcel of Henle manor. 8 May, 29 Edward [III]. Seal.
Endorsed as A. 3995.
[Surrey.]A. 3998. Demise by Sir John, earl of Warenne, to Thomas de Walton, for life, of a messuage in Suthwerk, with a garden and curtilages &c. paying one mark yearly to the prior of Bermundesey, &c. Witnesses:— Sirs Richard de la Vache, knight, and William de Rademilde, and others (named). Wednesday, All Hallows' Eve, A.D. 1274.
[Surrey.]A. 3999. Grant by Brummannus son of Brummiger de Wika, to John, the clerk (clerico), son of Guy, of a little meadow lying in Cottesers in Sandres manor. Witnesses:—Sir Roger de Craft, William de Wika, Walter de Holehurst, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Endorsed: 'Saundres juxta Wockinge.'
[Surrey.]A. 4000. Demise by Joce the weigher (ponderator), to James the goldsmith (aurifabro), son of Alan, of two messuages in the parish of St. Margaret's, Sutwerk, lying in the marsh of the bishop of Winchester, Witnesses:—Nicholas de Wynton', William Crodde, and others (named). [Henry III.]