Deeds
A.4801 - A.4900

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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'Deeds: A.4801 - A.4900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 107-118. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64327 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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A.4801 - A.4900

[Wilts.]A. 4801. Agreement by Adam de Stratton, that Robert de Abyndon may hold all the lands and tenements which the said Robert has in Creckelade, Berton, Mersheton, and Sevehampton, free from any claim by the said Adam, by the services formerly rendered to lady Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, releasing in exchange to the said Adam, the advowson of the church of St. Sampson, Creckelade. Monday after the quinzaine of Easter, 6 Edward I.
[Wilts.]A. 4802. Grant by Roger de la Bury, to Sir Adam de Stratton, of a yearly rent from messuages in Crekelade. Witnesses:—William de la Hale, Philip le Bot, John Syward and others (named). Seal, broken.
[Wilts.]A. 4803. Grant by Richard Eynulf le Taylour of Cumpton Basset, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of a messuage and land in Cumpton Basset, which Richard had after the death of Agnes his mother. Saturday after All Saints, 23 Edward [I].
[Wilts.]A. 4804. Demise by Alan Basset, to Nicholas Hervi of Cumtune, for life, of land in Cumtune, of Alan's villenage, with a chief messuage and two crofts, with reversion to the grantor. Witnesses:—John de Cherebure, William de Monte Acuto, Ernulf de Berewik, and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 4805. Release by Bartholomew de Littletone, in Cumpton Basset, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of a yearly rent from the tenement in Compton, which Sir Hugh bought from Richard Eynolf. Witnesses:—Sirs Richard de Dauntesye, and Simon de Thorn, knights, and others (named). Seal, defaced.
[Wilts.]A. 4806. Grant by Agnes daughter of Ingeleys, to Gilbert Basset, of land in Compton, part in Thurnchyne, part in Hiewefurlange, part in Catbrailonde, part in Wetinghulle, part by Rigweye, part in Langefurlang, part in Horsheved, part in Duergnesse, and part upon Claverhull. Witnesses:—William de Hortone, Simon de Berewic, Roger de Bromham, and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 4807. Sale by William son of Walter, to Alan Basset, of land [in Compton], part in Lankefarlue, upon Widewlle, part in Wouelonde, and part in Maltelonde, upon Blakelonde. Witnesses:—Bartholomew the clerk (clerico), Miles Dauntessie, Stephen de Wicho, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Endorsed: 'Compton.'
[Wilts.]A. 4808. Release by William de Sumerford, to Alan Basset, of all the land [in Cumpton], which William formerly held from William de Cumberwelle in the garden of the said Alan. Witnesses:—Bartholomew, parson of Cumtune, Nicholas Hervi, Philip de Wiche and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'Cumpton.'
[Wilts.]A. 4809. Grant by Agnes daughter of Robert Kaperun, to Thomas Pincerne, of all right and all land which she has from her father, as well in the manor of Cumptun as elsewhere. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Haversham, Thomas de Herdicote, Thomas de Chaucumb, Bartholomew de Upaven', and others (named). Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4810. Letters patent by the king, to Alan Basset, informing him that he has granted to Gilbert Basset, the yearly rent due from Alan for the manor of Berewic, and commanding Alan to pay it in future to Gilbert. Hereford, 29 September, 15 Henry [III].
[Wilts.]A. 4811. Demise by John de Wroxhale, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of all his wood in the forest of Bradene called 'Peverelleswode' with all his portion of the hundred of Cheleworthe, for three years. Fasterne, feast of St. Nicholas, 4 Edward II.
[Wilts.]A. 4812. Grant by Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, to Ralph Bolle, his cook, for his life, of land in his field of Wottone Basset, part in a close called 'Privethey,' and part called 'Mixhoerne,' rendering yearly to the grantor a bow and a 'cokbolt.' Fasterne, 14 May, 18 Edward II. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4813. Letters patent by Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, to her tenants of Stratton, informing them that she has granted all her lands and tenements in the said town to Adam de Stratton, clerk, and commanding them to attorn to the said Adam. London, Wednesday, feast of St. Philip and St. James, 3 Edward I.
[Wilts.]A. 4814. Grant by William de Cinnoc, to John son of Everard Bath, of land with meadow and pasture in Comton, formerly belonging to his brother Robert de Cinnoc. Witnesses:—Reginald de Calne, Bartholomew de Cumton, Osbert le Mac and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 4815. Letters patent by the king, granting to Hugh le Despenser, the wardship of the castle of Marlebergh, which Queen Margaret, the king's mother, holds in dower. Westminster, 12 March, 1 Edward [II].
[Wilts.]A. 4816. Release by Richard son of Richard de la Wyz, to Sir Philip Basset, of all his right in a meadow, which was his father's, on the east side of 'la Hememed' with pasture for six cattle on 'la Penna Basset' [in Compton]. Witnesses:—Sir Richard Pipard, knight, Sir Nicholas de Hasting, steward, Robert de Berewic, clerk, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'Compton.'
Wilts.A. 4817. Letters patent by the king, authorising William de Grandison and Sibyl his wife, to grant the manor of Lidiard Treigos, and the advowson of the church there, held from the king in chief, to Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester. York, 25 May, 16 Edward [II]. Fragment of Great Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the De Banco Roll of Easter 16 Edward II., roll cxxx.
[Wilts.] [Dorset.]A. 4818. Attornment by John de Warenne, earl of Surrey, certifying that in accordance with the king's letters (recited) directed to him, he has done fealty before Henry de Thrapston the king's clerk, in the presence of Sirs Ralph de Cobham and Richard de Hakelut, knights, for the manors of Troubrugge, Wynterburn, Aumbresbury, Caneford, Henkstrugg and Cherleton, which he holds for life and the reversion of which has been granted to the king by Alice late the wife of Thomas late earl of Lancaster, and daughter and heiress of Henry de Lascy late earl of Lincoln. Newcastle on Tyne, 3 August, 16 Edward [II]. Seal of arms and counter seal, broken.
Wilts.A. 4819. Release by Ralph Perot, to John Holand, earl of Huntyngdon, of all his right in the manor of Pleiteford. Monday after St. Edmund the martyr, 14 Richard II. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4820. Confirmation by the king of a grant by Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, to Adam de Stratton, of the manor of Sevenhampton, with the hamlets of Worth, Stratton and Krekelade. Westminster, 7 November, 4 Edward [I]. Fragment of Great Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment, before the Treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, on the Memoranda Roll, Mich. 4–5 Edward [I].
[Wilts.]A. 4821. Grant by Alan Basseth and Alina de Gai his wife, to the mother church of Wutton, of the offerings of the chapel in their court of Wutton; the chaplain ministering in the same is to swear fealty to the said mother church, and be subject to the jurisdiction of the archdeacon. Witnesses:—Philip de Lucy, archdeacon of Wilts, Reginald de Calne, and others (named). Seal of arms.
Endorsed: 'pro ecclesia de Wotton'.
[Wilts.]A. 4822. Letters patent by Robert de Kaynes, to all his men of Somerford, requiring them to attorn to Sir Hugh le Despenser, his kinsman, to whom he has granted the manor of Somerford. Curtlinton, 10 December, 28 Edward [I]. Portion of seal.
[ ]A. 4823. Grant by Luke the chaplain son of Reginald, to Sir Philip Basset, of all the tenements which he held of the fee of Sir Ralph de Saham and of Nicholas de Randeworthe. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Hiselham, . . . Fordham, Adam de Chipe, and others. Two fragments.
[Wilts.]A. 4824. Letters patent by the king to the tenants of Marlebergh Castle, commanding them to acknowledge Hugh le Despenser as constable of the said castle. Westminster, 12 March, 1 Edward II. Fragment of Great Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4825. Grant by Walter de Dunstanville, to Alan Basset, his grandson, of his manor of Winterburne. Witnesses:—Peter de Mortuna, Reginald Daivilla, Thomas Britone, Ralph de Elmer, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Norf.]A. 4826. Grant by Robert son of Richard de Wrdested, to William son of William de Stalham, of homages in Dilham of the tenants named, with their tenements and issue; also lands and rents &c. in the same town. Witnesses:—Walter de Maltebi, Geoffrey de Higeling, Adam de Birlingham, and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragments of seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4827. Letters patent by the king, granting licence to Hugh le Despenser to impark his wood of 'la Coufaude' and his waste adjoining, which are within the metes of the king's forest of Melkesham. Westminster, 12 April, 33 Edward [I]. Fragment of Great Seal, broken.
[Wilts.]A. 4828. Grant by Thomas Basset, to Alan his son, with the consent of Gilbert, the grantor's eldest son and heir, of the town of Cumton with its appurtenances, for which Alan has given to Gilbert a gold ring, and has done homage to him in their parents' presence. Witnesses: —Thomas de Brunal, Robert de Lamare, Geoffrey de Belewe, and others (named). Portion of equestrian seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4829. Letters patent by the king, granting liberty to Philip Basset, to have, during his life, a deer leap at his new park below his town of Wotton, and another at his old park, below his manor of 'la Fasterne,' within the metes of the king's forest of Braden, all beasts (fere) entering the said parks by the said leaps to belong to Philip. Winchester, 29 December, 52 Henry III. Fragment of Great Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4830. Letters patent by Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle and Devon, and lady of the Island, to Roger de Writele, bailiff of the hundreds of Worth, Crekelade, and Sevehampton, commanding him to deliver to Adam de Stratton, clerk, seisin of the manors of Sevehampton, Worth, and Crekelade, with their hundreds and the fees of the honor of Curci, with all chattels in the said manors, and all debts there, due to the said Isabella. London, Friday after All Saints, 4 Edward I. Seal of arms.
Wilts.A. 4831. Release by Ralph Perot son and heir of Reginald Perot, to Sir John Holand, earl of Huntyngdon, of all his right to the manor of Playteford. Redyng, 6 December, 13 Richard II. Seal of arms.
[Wilts.]A. 4832. Release by Robert de Abindon, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of all his right in the advowson of the church of St. Sampson of Crekelade. Witnesses:—Brother Joseph de Chancy, treasurer of the king, Sir Geoffry de Neubaud, chancellor of the exchequer, Sirs Roger de Northwode, John de Cobbeham, Philip de Wylgheby, barons of the exchequer, and others (named). Westminster, Monday after St. Scolastica, A.D. 1277. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]A. 4833. Letters patent by Hugh the prior of [Winterburn] Wast (de Vasto), to Sir John le Moyngne, escheator of the king on this side Trent, requesting him, in accordance with the king's grant to the said prior, to deliver to Sir Adam de Strattone, Hugh's attorney, seisin of the manor of Wynterburne. Westminster, the vigil of All Saints, 54 Henry III. Fragment of seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4834. Release by Alan Basset, to Walter, rector of the church of Cumtun, of a way through the middle of Walter's court of Cumtun, in exchange for an acre of meadow in the meadow of Gamed. Wotton, kalends of July, A.D. 1228. Two seals, injured.
Wilts.A. 4835. Grant by the king, to Hugh le Despenser, of land from the king's wastes in Melkesham forest, part below the town of Sende, between the wood called 'Coufaud' and Berehille, part at Berehille, and part in a plot called 'Coufaud.' Westminster, 9 April, 33 Edward I. Fragment of Great Seal.
Endorsed: 'De purprestura de Sende.'
Wilts.A. 4836. Mandate by Hildebrand de London', sheriff and escheator of Wilts, to the bailiff of the hundreds of Wurth and Crekkelade, commanding him to execute the king's writ (recited) for the admission of Adam de Stratton, the king's clerk, to the possession of the manor of Sevehampton with the hamlets of Wurth, Strattone and Crikkelade, granted to him by Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle. Edward [I].
[Wilts.]A. 4837. Release by Robert de Kaignes, knight, to his lord, Sir Hugh le Despenser, of all the manor of Somerford, which he held for life, of the grant of Sir Hugh, by fine levied in the king's court. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Holte, Walter de Pavely, Henry de Botringham, knights, and others (named). Friday after St. Martin the bishop, 32 Edward [I].
Wilts.A. 4838. Lease by Gilbert de Berewyk, steward of the lands of Sir William de Clyngton, earl of Huntyngdon, in the county named, by command of the said earl and of Juliana his wife, to William, vicar of the church of Poterne, John de la Roche and Walter Cambou, for seven years, of two parts of the manor of Litleton Paynel; with clause for distraining the goods and chattels of the grantees (if the rent is not paid) on their lands &c. in Poterne, Bromham and Erlestoke. Thursday, feast of St. Hilary, 18 Edward III. French. Three seals, one broken.
Wilts.A. 4839. Letter of attorney by Drogo de Barentyn, authorising William de Rapeford, his yeoman (vadletum) to place Sir Hugh le Despenser in full seisin of the manor of Suttone Maundevyle and the advowson of the church of the said manor. Fasterne, Wednesday the feast of St. Andrew the apostle, 35 Edward [I]. Seal of arms.
[Wilts.]A. 4840. Release by Richard son of Stephen de la Wich, to Alan Basset his lord, of a virgate of the land of 'la Wich,' which Thomas, Alan's father, gave to the said Stephen; in exchange for laud in Cumtune, and land which Alan bought from William Half knight (dimidio milite), and a meadow abutting on Richard's court, for which twelve hawks used to be rendered to Alan. Witnesses:—Roger de Dantes[ey], Adam de Eston, and others (named). Seal.
[Wilts, now Berks.]A. 4841. Release by Alvina Cheke, to Sir John le Despenser (dispensatori), of all the water and fishery between the fishery of John Berd and the bridge of Sheperugge moor. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Didenham, William de la Wifaude, Alan de Stanford, John Alewy and others (named).
Endorsed: Release of a fishery in Shipprugg to Hugh (sic) Spencer.
[Wilts.] [Dorset.]A. 4842. Letters patent by the king, confirming a grant dated at Sutton in Holand, August 6, 16 Edward II, by Alesia de Lascy late the wife of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, and daughter and heiress of Henry de Lascy, late earl of Lincoln, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, the younger, her kinsman, of all knights' fees, and advowsons of churches &c. pertaining to the manors of Troubrigge, Wynterbourne, Aumbresburs, Caneforde, Elstrigge, and Cherleton. Heywra [co. York], 25 September, 17 Edward [II]. Portion of Great Seal.
Endorsed: 'La chartre le Roi de conferment de purchace des fees & avowesons appurtenauntes au . . Conte de Salesbir's.'
[Wilts.]A. 4843. Confirmation by Robert de Eimvilla of a release by Walter de Eimvilla, his brother, to Alan Basset, of his land of Winterburne. Witnesses:—John Luvel, Thomas Basset, Reginald de Calne, and others (named). Seal of arms.
[Wilts.]A. 4844. Grant by William de Cummervelle, with the consent of Idonea his wife, and of Hugh his [eldest] son and heir, to Alan Basset, of land, part in a field in Fermfurlune, and part in another field towards Witedie, and all [his] portion of Aldlande. Witnesses:—Ancelm Maudut, Robert Maudut, Bartholomew the clerk, and others. [Henry III.] Injured. Seal.
Endorsed: 'Cumpton.'
[Wilts.]A. 4845. Defeasance of a bond for 1,000 marks by Sir Robert de Kaynes, to Sir Hugh le Despenser; witnessing that if Sir Robert shall enfeoff Sir Hugh with the manors of Somerford and Cheleworth and the bailiwick of Bradene forest, for ever, and a fine be levied between them within a month of Easter next, after which the premises are to be reconveyed to Sir Robert for his life, that then the said bond shall be void. If the fine be not levied by Sir Hugh within the said time, he grants that Sir Robert may distrain upon the manor of Somerford yearly for 100l. &c. Kurtlyngton, 11 December, 28 Edward [I]. French. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4846. Grant by Robert son of Walter Halfknight (dimid' militis), to Sir Philip Basset, of meadow land in Cumpton. Witnesses:— Sir Nicholas de Hastinges, steward, Roger de Stodlee, Walter Ingeram, and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 4847. Grant by Gilbert Basset, at the request of Thomas Basset, his father, and Aliz de Dunstanvill, his mother, to Alan his brother, to hold Cumton, which their father gave to Alan, by the service of one knight. Witnesses:—Thomas de Drunal, Robert de la Mare, Walter de Dunstanvill, and others (named).
Wilts.A. 4848. Grant by William Lungespe, son and heir of Ela, late countess of Salisbury, to Geoffrey le Despenser, of all his wood of Dydeham, with all the tenement which John le Gardiner held in Dydeham, with the said John and all his issue. Witnesses:—Stephen de Segrave, William de Cantilupo, Geoffrey de Langele and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Wilts.]A. 4849. Confirmation by Walter son of Nicholas de Evilada, of a release by Walter de Eimvilla, his uncle, to Alan Basset, of his land of Winterburne. Witnesses:—John Luvel, Thomas Basset, Reginald de Calne, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4850. Grant by John the abbot, and the convent of Malmesbury, to Sir Alan Basset, of all right in the park of Wotton, in which the said abbot had claimed common. Witnesses:—Sir Simon, prior of Bradenastok and others (named). Feast of St. James the apostle, 15 Henry III, A.D. 1231. Two seals with counter seals, injured.
[Wilts.]A. 4851. Release by William Hirdman and Mabel his wife, to Gilbert Basset, of all their right in land in Cumthon. Witnesses:—William de Horthona, Robert de Bruemel, Nicholas Spileman, Roger de Bromham and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 4852. Release by Peter de la Hoese, grandson and heir of Sir Nicholas de la Hoese, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of all his right in the manor of Sende near Devises. Witnesses:—Sirs Walter de Paveli, William de Cotes, John de Holt, knights, and others (named): Fasterne, Saturday, Michaelmas day, 30 Edward [I]. Seal.
Endorsed:—' Hugo de Spencer.'
Wilts.A. 4853. Grant by John de Meysi, son and heir of Sir John de Meisi, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, of the manor of Mershtone Meysi, with the advowson of the free chapel in the said manor. Bardesle, Thursday after Michaelmas, 30 Edward I. Fragment of seal, defaced.
Dorset.A. 4854. Mandate of John le Moyne, the king's escheator on this side Trent, to the sub-escheator or sheriff of Dorset, to admit Sir Adam de Stratton the king's clerk, attorney of the prior of [Winterburn]Wast (de Vasto), to seisin of the manor of Wyutirburne; in accordance with the king's writ (recited). London, 30 October, 54 Henry III. Seal, broken.
[Wilts.]A. 4855. Receipt by Robert de Keynes, knight, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, for 6l. 13s. 4d. due from Sir Hugh for a release of the manor of Somerford, which Robert held from him for life. Fasterne, vigil of St. Thomas, 33 Edward [I].
[Wilts.]A. 4856. Letters patent by the king, granting permission to Hugh le Despenser, to enclose his wood of 'la Fasterne,' which is within the king's forest of Bradene, and adjoining the said Hugh's park. 'La Rose,' 25 September, 28 Edward [I]. Portion of Great Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4857. Grant by the king, to Hugh le Despenser the younger, of the reversion of the manors of Troubrigge, Wynterburn, Aumbresbury, Caneford, Henkstrugg and Cherleton, which John de Warenne, earl of Surrey, holds for life. Stainton in the Strete, 6 August, 16 Edward II.
[Wilts.]A. 4858. Grant by John de Comerwell, knight, to Elias Kynner, Alice his wife, and William her son, for their lives, of land in Cumpton Basset, part lying in Heywidewell, called 'Havedhacre,' part by Aldelond, part on the hills by 'Le drafwey.' Witnesses:—Walter de Cumpton, clerk, Robert Palling, Bartholomew de Litleton, Robert Yurleby and others (named). Seal.
Wilts.A. 4859. Grant by Robert de Kaines, son of Sir Robert de Kaynes, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, his kinsman, of his manor of Somerford. Witnesses:—Sirs Almaric de Suncto Amando, Walter de Pavely, John de Holt, knights, and others (named).
[Wilts.]A. 4860. Grant by Hugh de Cumberwelle, to Alan Basset, of land in Cumpton, in exchange for a croft called 'broad croft' (lata crofta) part of the land lying in a croft called 'Halcroft,' part behind Alan's barton (bertonam), and part in Longefurlonge. Witnesses:—Thomas Basset, Richard de Turo, Bartholomew, parson of Cumtune, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Wilts.]A. 4861. Renunciation by Stephen the prior, and the convent of Ferl' (Farley), of their claim against Alan Basset concerning the advowson of the church of Wttune, and surreuder to him of the charters which they have of the same; in return for a yearly payment of one mark from the incumbent of the said church, according to the charters of Richard, archdeacon of Wilts, and the said Alan. [circa A.D. 1200.]
[Wilts.]A. 4862. Grant by Robert Halfknight (dimidius miles), to Sir Philip Basset, of land in Cumpton, part above Hememede, part by Grepe, part called 'Serpaker,' part in Sladfurlang, and part extending on Oldelonde. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Caln, William de Bingeham, William Bluet, Richard Pipard, Roger de Calston, and others (named). Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4863. Release by Walter de Eimvilla, with the consent of his heirs, to Alan Basset, of all his land of Winterburne; if the grantor cannot warrant the said land to Alan, he will give him an exchange of the same value in his manor of Wautune. Witnesses:—Thomas Basset, John Luvel, Reginald de Calne, and others (named).
[Berks.]A. 4864. Confirmation by Richard called the abbot, and the convent of Thame, to the abbot and convent of Stanleye, co. Wilts, of all the land which they have of the grant of king Henry, son of Matilda the empress, in the manor of Word (Wadley), which was formerly a member of Ferendon; with release of all their right by reason of the collation of the said manor formerly made to their monastery by Stephen, late king of England. Witnesses:—The abbot of Neth, Adam, abbot of Quarr, William, abbot of Dore, Roger, abbot of Bruerne, John, abbot of Donekeswell, and others. [circa A.D. 1270.] Seal.
Endorsed:—'Carta abbatis de Thame de quieta clamacione juris sui in manerio de Wrtha. Wadele.'
[Wilts.]A. 4865. Letters patent by the king, granting to Isabella de Fortibus, countess of Albemarle, the manor of Sevenhampton with the hamlets of Worthe and Crekelade, part of her inheritance. Odyham, 8 August, 4 Edward [I]. Fragment of Great Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4866. Grant by Philip de Cumbrewelle, son of Hugh de Cumbrewelle, to Sir Gilbert Basset, of land in Cumpton, lying by the brook called 'Penbrok,' for enlarging his stew there. Witnesses:—Sirs Reginald de Calne, William de Calne, and Robert de la Mare, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Dorset.]A. 4867. Receipt by Walter, prior of [Winterburn] Wast (de Wasto), to Sir Adam de Stratone, the king's clerk, for 100s. of rent (censa), for the prior's manors in England and for the advowson of the church of Winteburne. Wednesday after the octave of SS. Peter and Paul, A.D. 1288. Portion of seal.
[Wilts.]A. 4868. Grant by Thomas de Gay, rector of the church of Wutton Basset, by special licence from W. bishop of Salisbury, to Sir Philip Basset, of his free chapel at Fasterne, with renunciation of all right to sell the offerings made therein; the said Philip paying 20s. yearly to the parish church of Wutton. 8 kalends of January (25 December), A.D. 1266. Seal.
Wilts.A. 4869. Letters patent by the king, granting permission to his brother, William de Valence, to have a deerleap for one year in his park of Colingeburn in the king's forest of Chete. Winchester, 26 June, 40 Henry III.
Glam.A. 4870. Grant by Richard de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, to Sir Nicholas de Sanford, of the manor of Lecquid, with 'heybote' and 'hushote' in all the grantor's forests of Meyskin. Witnesses;—Sirs Stephen Baucen, sheriff of Glamorgan, Walter de Sullie, William de Reygny, and others (named). [AD. 1233–45.]
Glam.A. 4871. Grant by Nicholas de Sandford, to Sir Laurence de Sandford, his brother, of the manor of Lecquid. Witnesses:—Sirs Philip Basseth, William Dyve, Oliver de Ingham, Roger de Sandford, Adam de Dutton, and others (named). Fragment of seal of arms.
Glam.A. 4872. Grant by Laurence de Sanford, to Sir Philip Basset, of the manor of Lecquid. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh le Despenser (dispensator'), justiciary of England, Richard de Culewurth, constable of the Tower of London, Henry de Wykham and others (named).
[Glam.]A. 4873. Letter of attorney by Richard Aprene and Joan Aprene, his wife, burgess of Kerdyffe, authorising Thomas Tomy, burgess of the same, to deliver to Thomas a Parys, gentleman, and Patrick Cryspy, burgess of the said town, seisin of a burgage in Kerdyffe, in the high street, and of a cottage adjoining, between the street called Homan'by, and the road leading from the castle to St. Mary's Church. Brustol, 26 July, 27 Henry VI.
Pembr. Norf. Essex. Kent. Herts. [Middx.]A. 4874. Grant by John de Hastynges, earl of Pembroke, lord of Weysford and Bergeveny, to Walter Amyas, John Abraham, John Doun, John Prat, and David Perkyn, clerks, Ralph de Walsham, and Thomas de Crickelade, of the reversion of the manor of St. Florence, and of a rent in the lordship of Castelmartyn, co. Pembroke, of the manors of Foxle, Saxthorp, Gotheriston, Hokham, Bergh, co. Norf., Walbury, Hassyngbrok, Bracstede, Fordham, Redeswell, co. Essex, Ludesdon, Hertley, and lands and tenements in Wyham, co. Kent, of a rent in Jovenaldesbury and the manor of 'la Mote,' co. Herts, and of other tenements in the ward of ByllyDggesgate, London, co. Middx., and of other castles and manors &c. in divers counties of England, all which premises, Lady Mary de St. Paul, countess of Pembroke, holds in dower of the said earl's inheritance. 3 March, 43 Edward III. French. Copy?
[Monm.] [Heref.]A. 4875. Grant by the king, to the prior of Lanthony in Wales, of free warren in Lanthony, Ewyas, Frome Canons, and Falleye, in South Wales. Witnesses:—R. bishop of Bath and Wells, S. bishop of Waterford, G[ilbert] de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, R. de Burgo, earl of Ulster, and others (named). Kaer in arvon, 24 April, 12 Edward I.
[Glam.]A. 4876. Letter of attorney by William de Brewosa, lord of the honor of Brembre, authorising Robert de Mycheldever and Thomas de Stanford to deliver seisin to Sir Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, of the castles, manors and towns of Swayneseye, Oistremuth, Pennarth, Logherne, Lunan, Landimor, Lammadak, Rossili, and of all other castles, manors, lands, cantreds and commotes &c. in the land of Gower, in Wales, and in the marches of Wales. La Knnppe, Friday before Midsummer day, 17 Edward II.
Glam.A. 4877. Grant by Richard de Leycestr', supplying the place of Richard de Pavely, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, to Sir John Inge, of the custody of the manor or grange of Penkern, which Sir Hugh le Despenser, son of Sir Hugh le Despenser, has lately given to the said hospital, and which formerly belonged to the Templars. Clerkenwell by London, 10 February, A.D. 1320. Fragment of seal.
[Glam.]A. 4878. Lease by Sir Hugh le Despenser, the son, to Rees ap Griffith, for seven years, of the castles of Drosselan and Dynnyevor and all the land of Cantredemaure, the said Rees paying yearly to the said Sir Hugh, 500 marks, at his exchequer of Kaerdyf, and furnishing men when desired by Sir Hugh, to go to Scotland or elsewhere, with grant by Sir Hugh, that if war break out in Wales, the said Rees shall be discharged from paying his said rent during the time he is prevented from taking the profits of the said land &c. York, 20 May, 11 Edward II. French.
Glam.A. 4879. Letters patent by Matilda de Clare, countess of Gloucester and Hertford, demising to lady Alina la Despenser (dispensar') countess of Northfolk, the custody of the manor of Dinapowis, formerly belonging to Sir Roger de Somery, deceased, with all goods found therein, and all grain sown in the demesne lands &c. to hold till the full age of Roger, son and heir of the said Sir Roger de Somery. Witnesses:—Sirs Ralph Bluet, Bartholomew de la More, Thomas de Beauchamp, Henry de Chikehal, knights, Clement de Wirwode. constable of Strugull, and others.
[Monm.] [Glouc.]A. 4880. Grant by Thomas, son of the late king of England, earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, and brother of the king, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan and Morganno, for his life, of the castle of Storgoill and the manors and towns of Chepstowe and Tudenham (Tiddenham), and all his other lands and tenements beyond the Severn, between that river and the Weye &c. Witnesses:—Walter, bishop of Exeter, Master Robert de Baldok, archdeacon of Middlesex, and others (named). Grenehou in Clivelande, 17 August, 17 Edward II. French.
[Monm.]A. 4881. Release by Thomas son and heir of Sir John ap Adam, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, lord of Glamorgan and Morgannoc, of land with wood in the fee of Usk called 'Maieleshulles.' Witnesses:—Adam de Bouwes, sheriff of Glamorgan, steward of Usk, John de Lasseles, constable of the castle of Usk, and others (named). Christmas day, 19 Edward II.
[Denbigh.]A. 4882. Defeasance of a release by Sir Roger de Mortymer, lord of Wygemor, to Sir Richard, earl of Arundel, of all his right in the castle, land and lordship of Chirk, which the king, supposing the said premises to belong to him by the forfeiture of Sir Roger de Mortymer, late earl of March, has granted to Sir Richard earl of Arundel; witnessing, that whereas the said Roger, lord of Wygemor, as cousin and heir to the said earl of March, is seeking to obtain the reversal of the said forfeiture, if the king or the said Sir Roger, lord of Wygemore, shall compensate the said earl of Arundel with other land of the same value, within two years after the reversal of the said forfeiture, or if the said forfeiture be affirmed, that then the said release is to be re-delivered to the said lord of Wygemor, and be void. If such compessation be not made, then after the said two years, the said release is to be delivered to the said earl of Arundel to be in force. London, 20 March, 28 Edward III. French. Cancelled.
Wales.A. 4883. Charter by the king, granting to Hugh le Despenser the younger, the land of Stryflond in Wales, formerly belonging to Master Rees ap Howel, a rebel, Witnesses:—J. bishop of Norwich, chancellor, J. bishop of Ely, Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, Edmund, earl of Arundel, and others (named). Stowepark, 20 January, 16 Edward [II].
Marches of Wales.A. 4884. Grant by William de Brewosa, lord of the honour of Brembre, to Sir Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, of all the land of Gower in Wales, and in the marches thereof. La Knappe, Monday after Midsummer day, 17 Edward II.
Marches of Wales.A. 4885. Letter of attorney by William de Brewosa, lord of the honour of Brembre, authorising Robert de Mycheldever and Thomas de Stanford, to deliver seisin to Sir Hugh le Despenser, earl of Winchester, of the land of Gower. La Knappe, Friday before Midsummer day, 17 Edward II.
[Caerm.]A. 4886. Letters patent by the king, granting to Hugh le Despenser the younger, that the castle of Kerynkenny and the land of Iskenny in Wales, formerly belonging to John Giffard. a rebel, and which the king has granted to Hugh, may be held by him for life, quit of suit at the county of Kaermerdyn, and free from all other services. Neuwerk, 2 February, 16 Edward [II]. Fragment of Great Seal.
[Caerm.]A. 4887. Letters patent by Hugh le Despenser the younger commanding all knights, free tenants, and others of the lordship of the castle of Kerinkenyn, and of the land of Iskenny, to acknowledge Sir John Inge as chief warden of the said lordship and land. York, 6 December, 16 Edward II. French. Seal of arms.
Pemb.A. 4888. Grant by John de Hastyngg, earl of Pembroke, lord of Weisford and Bergeven, to Walter Amyas, John Abraham, John Doune, John Prat, David Perkyn, clerks, Ralph de Walsham and Thomas de Crickelade, of the castle and county of Pembroke, the castles and lordships of Teneb' and Kilgarren, and the commote of Oystrelow. 3 March, 43 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[Pemb.]A. 4889. Demise by Walter Amyas, John Abraham, John Doune, John Prat, and Ralph de Walsham, to the king, of the premises mentioned in A. 4888, for eighteen years, viz. until John, son and heir of John de Hastinges, late earl of Pembroke, shall come to full age, with remainder in tail to the said John, to hold of the king, and remainder in fee to the king if John die without issue. Westminster, 21 April, 49 Edward III. Three seals of arms and seal.
England. Wales.A. 4890. Letters patent by John de Hastings, earl of Pembroke, lord of Weisford and Bergevenny, specifying the various trusts for the execution of which he has enfeoffed Walter Amyas, John Abraham, John Doune, John Prat, David Perkyn, Ralph de Walsham, and Thomas Crickelad, with his castles, lordships, manors, and advowsons &c. in England and Wales, and charging them to carry out the same. His hostel in London, 5 May, A.D. 1372. French. Seal of arms, broken.
[Kent?]A. 4891. Grant by William Peverel, mercer, of London, to Simon de Wychingham, mercer, of the same, of all the tenement in Bekenham, which he had of the demise of Richard de la Esthalle, paying certain rents to the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, London, and to others (named). Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Sandwyco, warden of London, William de Hereford, and Thomas de Stanes, sheriffs of the same, and others (named) [16 Edward I.] Seal.
Kent.A. 4892. Grant by Thomas Baker of Estgrenwyche, to John Hendyke of the same, and Alice his wife, of a plot of land, with two shops built thereon, in the said town, adjoining the river 'Tammes.' Feast of the Annunciation, 9 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4893. Letter of attorney by William Wollashull, the elder, and William Taverner, authorising John Colyns or John Childe to deliver to Thomas Rykes and Simon Shipton, seisin of all their tenement with 'le Tylehawe' adjoining, and a parcel of land, in Wollewych, adjoining the Thames, Saturday after the Purification, 28 Henry VI. Seal.
[Kent.]A. 4894. Demise by William Wollashull, the elder, and William Taverner, to Thomas Rykes and Simon Shipton, of the premises mentioned in A. 4893. Wollewych, Saturday after the purification, 28 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4895. Grant by William March, to John son of Adam le Matt, for his life, of land at Chathamhelle in Stone near Osprenge, rendering yearly, for twelve years, four bushels of barley, and each year afterwards a seam (summam) of barley. 21 November, 20 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Kent.A. 4896. Release by William de Haldene, John Cauntebrigge, clerk, John Baude and Richard Wylne, clerks, to Geoffrey Shadenesfeld, parson of St. Margaret's church in Frydaistret, London, of all their right in land and meadow in Bixle, lying in Grennersmede in 'le Estbourgh,' and land in the field called 'Southdene,' in Bixle. 26 July, 48 Edward III. Two seals.
Kent.A. 4897. Confirmation by William le Latimer, knight, to Richard de Gatewyk, of all the lands, rents, and wood in Asshe, which Richard held from Sir Walter de Fannacurt on the day on which the said Walter enfeoffed the said William with the manor of Asshe. Witnesses:—Richard de Scolond, William Paynell, Roger de Faukeham, and others (named). Seal of arms.
[Kent.]A. 4898. Grant by Thomas Ferroure and Alice, late the wife of Bartholomew Wygarson of Estgrenewich, to Richard Mylton and William Chaundeler, of the same, of a tenement with a garden in Estgrenewiche, adjoining land of the prior and convent of the House of Jesus of Bellem, of Shene, on the east, and the Thames on the north. Feast of St. John the Baptist, 17 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Kent.]A. 4899. Grant by Alice Polis, late the wife of John de Pole the elder, of Northflet, to Adam Sengyle of Gavishend, and Joan his wife, of land in Northflet, at Scherrifsgrene. Feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 31 Edward III. Fragments of seal.
[Kent.]A. 4900. Release by William de Denhull, son and heir of the late Peter de Denhulle, to Richard de Gatewyk, of all his right in a yearly rent which Richard paid to John de Planat for lands and tenements in Otteforde and Sevenokes, and which rent, after John's death, ought to revert to the said William. Witnesses:—Robert atte Knolle, William Moraunt, Reginald Dyn, and others (named).