Deeds
A.5101 - A.5200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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140-150

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'Deeds: A.5101 - A.5200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 140-150. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64330 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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A.5101 - A.5200

[Hunt.]A. 5101. Grant by John atte Crosse, son and heir of Henry atte Crosse, deceased, to John Halle, chaplain, John Weste, Richard Weste, and Richard Byllyngborogh, of a messuage lying in Me Wight' in Rameseye, extending from the great common lode to 'Wyndelshede dyche.' Monday after Easter, 22 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5102. Release by Robert de Elyngton, clerk, to his lord Sir Simon, abbot of Rameseye, of all his right in land held by the grantor's late father. Rameseye, Monday before All Saints, 3 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5103. Receipt by William Maigne the elder, knight, to Richard the abbot of Rameseye, for all debts and arrears of William's fee &c. Great Ravelee, 1 April, 25 Edward III. Portion of seal of arms.
[Hunt.]A. 5104. Bond by Hugh Brun of Emmyngford, to Sir W. the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, for the payment of a yearly rent for land in Emmyngford. Sunday before St. Peter in Cathedra, 13 Edward [I]. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]A. 5105. Grant in frank almoin by William de Aningfeud, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of a tillage called 'Shortcroft' in Lausill. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Bernham, knight, Richard Freysel, Robert de Bradefeud, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed:—'Carta Willelmi de Hanigfeld de v acris terre et dimidia quas emit de Symone de Holmere et vendidit abbati et conventui Ram'.'
[Hunt.]A. 5106. Grant by Richard Gryffyn and Robert Caunvyle, to Thomas Caunvyle of Hetmundegrove and Fyva his wife, of all the lands and rents &c. which they have of the grant of the said Thomas and Fyva in Rameseye, Buri, Hetmundegrove and Upwode. Friday, feast of St. Bartholomew, 49 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 5107. Grant by Bennet Wrau of Rammeseye, to Sir Ralph Ayse of Jakele, chaplain, of a messuage lying in 'le Briggestrate,' Rammeseye, and of all his lands in Rameseye and Upwode. Sunday, the feast of the Annunciation, 12 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 5108. Release by Nicholas Dreng, in frank almoin, to the fabric of Ramsey causeway, of 12d. yearly rent to be taken from a messuage in 'la . . . he' of Ramsey, and paid to the wardens of Ramsey. Witnesses:— Elias de Chateriz, provost of Ramsey, Simon Chacede, William de Bogeden, and others (named), Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5109. Release by Alice daughter of Robert Wayte of Rameseye, to John Leighton of the same, of all her right in all the lands &c. late her father's, in Rameseye and Heightmondegrove. Friday after the Epiphany, 5 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5110. Grant by Brian de Trocking, to Stephen le Schot and Rose his wife, of a messuage and land in Brakhinge (Braughing), which he held of the fee of Gatesberi, the land lying, part in the fields called 'Kingeshohull,' 'Brakingefeld,' and 'Caldebevi,' and part in a meadow called 'Fordmad,' extending to the path leading to Staundone; with a further grant of 2d. yearly rent received from the prioress of Haliwell. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Rupella, Henry de Braking, Miles de Staundone, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed:—'Braghyng.'
[Herts.]A. 5111. Sale by Walter de Essex, knight, to Sir Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a yearly rent in Sabrichesworth, payable for the land of 'la Hyde,' which rent had been granted to Walter by Sir Humphrey de Boun, earl of Hereford, chief lord of that fee, during the minority of the heir. Westminster, Saturday before St. Margaret, 12 Edward I. Seal of arms.
[Herts.]A. 5112. Grant by Ralph Child of Melclea, to Richard the chaplain of Wilden, for the use of Isolda, the grantor's sister, and their children, of a messuage which his said sister held in Stondon, and also land in Melcleia, part lying in Hanley, and part in Northfeld by Ruggeberwe; with reversion to the said Richard in case the said Isolda or the said children predecease him. Witnesses:—Robert de Barnwill, Richard de Valbadun, William Berteram, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5113. Grant by Thomas Bolyngton of Storteford, to Nicholas Bolyngton, John Trotte and William Mayner, of the same, and John Bolyngton of Farnham, of lands and tenements &c. in Storteford. 2 January, 5 Edward IV. Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5114. Grant by Stephen le Bretun, to Seiher son of Henry, of two crofts, one called 'Langecroft,' in Senle, in exchange for another croft and other land there. Witnesses:—Thomas de Waud, Gregory de Wrobbel, Roger de Colne, and others (named). Seal, defaced.
[Herts.]A. 5115. Grant by Roger de Colne, to Seer son of Henry, of land in Senle, of the fee of Adam le Sumeri. Witnesses:—John de Stocke, Gregory de Wrobbeleye, Stephen le Bretun, and others (named). Seal.
[ ]A. 5116. Confirmation by John de Harehulle of a grant by Thomas de Harehulle, chaplain, to Sir Adam de Argoies, of a mill and land in Stratton, which Thomas had of John's grant. Witnesses:—Richard de Oxxehae, Alexander de Leycester, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5117. Grant by John de Bacheworth, son and heir of Roger de Bacheworth, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of the wardship of a fourth part of the lands, formerly Sir Walter de Meryden's in Shenle, to hold during the minority of the heir of Margaret late daughter and heiress of the said Sir Walter. London, 20 April, 17 Edward I. Seal.
Herts.A. 5118. Confirmation by Stephen de Cheinduyt, knight, of a grant by John son of Saer son of Henry, to Sir Adam de Stratton, clerk, of the manor of Shenle and the advowson of the church of that manor and of the chapel of Colneye. Witnesses:—Sirs David de Jarpenvile, Alexander de Aundevile, William de Gorham, and others, knights, and others (named). Seal of arms.
[Herts.]A. 5119. Demise by Adam de Strattone, clerk, to Robert le Oiseler, of heath land in Shenle, in exchange for a release by Robert of all bis right in land in Titeburst. Feast of St. Thomas, 54 Henry III.
[Herts.]A. 5120. Grant by John le Bretun of Shenle, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of land in Shenle. 3 May, 10 Edward I. Seal.
[Herts.] [Surrey.] [Middx.]A. 5121. Grant by John son of Saer, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of the manor of Shenle, with the advowson of the church there and of the chapel of Colneye, with further grant of all his messuages and lands &c. in Retherhethe and London. Feast of St. Hilary, 52 Henry HI. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.] [Surrey.] [Middx.]A. 5122. Duplicate of A. 5121. (Date omitted.)
[Herts.]A. 5123. Grant by John de Brutewell, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a messuage and land &c. in Harpesfeld, paying 20s. yearly to the abbot and convent of St. Albans. London, Saturday before St. Mark, 56 Henry III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5124. Grant by Sir Adam de Stratton, to Margery, late the wife of John Viel the elder, and to the heirs begotten between them, of all the land in Shenleg' which Walter Pertryk formerly held from Saer son of Henry, with a clause that Adam shall not be bound to warrant the said land in case of any suit against the grantees &c. Whitsun Eve, 52 Henry III, Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5125. Grant by Peter son of Geoffrey de Coleneye, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a yearly rent from a messuage in Shenle, paying 2d. yearly to John le Brutun. Saturday, the feast of the beheading of St. John, 10 Edward I. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5126. Release by Thomas son of Adam, to Saer son of Henry, citizen of London, of all his right in land in Senle. Witnesses:—Thomas del Wad, Reginald de Bungoye, W. de Ladun', sheriff of Middlesex, and others (named), [circa 19 Henry III.] Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5127. Release by Muriel, daughter of John de Melkeleye of Staundon, and one of the heirs of Richard de Melkeleye, to her lady, Lady Elizabeth de Burgh, lady of Clare, of all her right in three messuages, a toft, three mills, land and wood and 44s. of rent in Staundon, Braghing and Little Hadham, and in all other of her father's lands &c. there. Sunday, the vigil of the Epiphany, 5 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5128. Grant by William son of Henry de Wrobbeleg', to Adam de Strattone, clerk, of a yearly rent for land in 'la Rugge'. Witnesses:— Walter de Myryden, Gregory de Wrobbeleg', Geoffrey de Colneye, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5129. Grant by Thomas son of Adam de Wrobel', to Saer son of Henry, of land in Senle. Witnesses:—Helias de Sunning, William de la Don, sheriff of Middlesex, Thomas de Waud, and others (named). [circa 19 Henry III.] Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5130. Release by Joan de la Le, late the wife of Thomas Joselin the elder, to Sir Adam de Strattone, clerk, of all her right of dower in the lands and tenements of her late husband in Sabristesworth, during the minority of the heirs of Thomas sou of Thomas Joscelin. Witnesses:— Walter de Bokkingg, Warin de Assebregge, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Endorsed:—Memorandum of enrolment before the justices of the bench in Trinity Term, 13 Edward [I].
Herts.A. 5131. Grant by John Gylle, citizen and merchant of London, and Avice his wife, late the wife of John Horn, to . . . ., of all their lands rents and tenements at 'la Hyde' in Sabryhtesworth. London, Wednesday before St. Dunstan, 12 Edward I. Injured. Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5132. Grant by John Scrippe, son of Nicholas Scrippe, of Sabritewrth, to John Horn, citizen of London, and Avice his wife, of one acre of meadow called 'Wetmede' in Sabritewrth. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Macham, John le Blunt, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5133. Bond by John son of John de Titeburste, for himself and the tenants of his lands in Titeburste in the parish of Aldenham, to do suit every three weeks at the court of Sir Adam de Strattone in Titeburste, or at his court of Shenle, and to pay to Sir Adam each year three quarters of oats at eight bushels the quarter. Friday before Michaelmas, 53 Henry III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5134. Release by William son of Thomas de la Leye, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a yearly rent from a croft called 'Aylmerescroft' in Shenle. St. Albans, Saturday after St. Luke, 6 Edward I. Seal.
Herts.A. 5135. Duplicate of A. 5118. Seal of arms.
[Herts.]A. 5136. Attornment by Nigel son of Robert the priest, to Henry son of Reiner of London, for a yearly rent of 31d. for a tenement which Nigel lately held from Adam de Sumeri, and which Adam has granted to Henry in exchange for land in Senleg'. Witnesses:—Miles de Sumeri, Roger de Colnee, Osbert de Cruce and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5137. Grant by Geoffrey de Colneye, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of land called 'Sylvestreslond' with the meadow adjoining, lying by land called 'Houndeshull' in Shenle. Witnesses:—John le Bretun, Miles de Someri, Elias Trussel, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5138. Grant by Aylward son of Adam de Stapelford, to Saer son of Henry, of all the land in Schenle which he has of the fee of Sir Adam de Somery which lies by the way called 'Huntedoneweye.' Witnesses:— Walter de Wald', Robert Kytewine, Roger de Colney and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5139. Bond by Alan de Wauz, for himself and all the tenants of his lands to pay to Adam de Stratton, clerk, half a mark yearly in Adam's court of Shenle, from all Alan's lauds &c. in Titeburst in the parish of 'la Rugge' (Ridge) or elsewhere; with further acknowledgment by Alan that he owes 5s. yearly rent to Adam, which was formerly paid to Gregory de Wrobbele, who has granted it to Adam. Wednesday after the Exaltation of the Cross, 3 Edward I. Seal.
Herts.A. 5140. Agreement by Thomas son of Adam Wrobele, to warrant to Siger son of Henry a sale of land in Sanle, before the justices itinerant, and to confirm the said sale and cause it to be enrolled before them &c. 19 Henry III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5141. Grant by John son of Saer son of Henry de London', to Thomas de Leuekenor, of the manor of Schenlee, with the advowson of the church there and of the chapel of Colneye. Witnesses:—Sire Robert de Munteny, Peter Picot, Hubert de Munchensi, and Adam de Sumery, knights, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5142. Release by John Scrippe, son of Nicholas Scrippe, of Sabritewr', to John Horn, citizen of London, and Avice his wife, of all his right in certain land in Sabritewr', which he had formerly demised to them for twenty years, and of which he had, within that term, enfeoffed the said John and Avice. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5143. Grant by Hugh de Ware, clerk, to Joan late the wife of Hugh atte Halle of Stanstede Abbots, and to Hugh son of the said Hugh atte Halle, of a tenement and meadow in Stanstede. Sunday before St. Edward the king, 6 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5144. Release by Thephane late the wife of Ailword de Stapelford, widow, to Saer son of Henry, citizen of London, of all her right of dower in houses and lands in Shenle, formerly her said husband's. Wednesday after the Purification, 31 Henry III. Seal, broken.
[Herts.]A. 5145. Grant by Henry son of Reiner, to Robert son of Ingold, of land in Seneley. Witnesses:—Alan de Sumeri, Thomas de Wuldis, Gilbert de Rie and others (named). Seal.
Herts.A. 5146. Letter of attorney by William Say, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, authorising Thomas Dardys to receive seisin from John Cheyne of Ditton, co. Cambridge, knight, and John Boteler of Watton at Stone, esquire, of the manor of Sabrysford alias Sabrysworth. 18 February, 1 Richard III. Signed. Portion of seal.
Herts.A. 5147. Conveyance in tail male by John Cheyne of Ditton, co. Cambridge, knight, and John Boteler of Watton at Stone, esquire, to William Say, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, of the manor of Sabrysford alias Sabrysworth, and of all their lands &c. there, with remainder in tail male to the said William Say, and in fee to John Danvers, and John Breteyn, clerks, Richard Danvers, James Hoberd, William Danvers, William Waldegrave, Ralph Tracy, John Fabyan, and Thomas Langston; with letter of attorney authorising John Felde to deliver seisin. 18 February, 1 Richard III. Signed. Portions of two seals.
Herts.A. 5148. Grant by Thomas Ripplyngham and Nicholas Stathum (executors of the will of John Heron), Brian Rouclef, Thomas Graunte, clerk, and John Croke, to John Say, knight, John Cheyne of Dytton, co. Cambridge, knight, John Boteler of Watton at Stone, John AlyDgton and Thomas Edward, of the reversion of the manor of Sabrysford alias Sabrysworth, and of the reversion of all other lands &c. which the grantors held in Sabrysworth to the use of the said John Heron. 17 July, 8 Edward IV. Fire seals.
[Hunt.]A. 5149. Mortgage by Eleanor Leccheworth of Ramseye, to Andrew Pikeler of the same, of the fourth part of a messuage in Rameseye, formerly Themesford in 'le Bruggestret. Tuesday after St. Valentine, 45 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum that if Eleanor shall pay Andrew 60s. at Midsummer next, the mortgage shall be void.
[Hunt.]A. 5150. Release by Richard son of William le Porter, to Sir William, the abbot, and the convent of Rameseye, of all his right in a pasture at Woldwestone called 'la Grave.' Witnesses:—Sirs Berenger le Moyne and William le Moyne, knights, Master Gilbert de Weppested, steward of Rameseye, and others (named). (A.D. 1267–1285). Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5151. Defeasance of a grant by Thomas Caunvyle of Hetmundegrove, to William Sycely of Rameseie, and Agnes his wife, of land in Rameseie; and of a grant by the said William to the said Thomas and Fiva his wife, of the moiety of a tenement with part of a croft; witnessing that if either party disturb the other in the possession of the respective premises, the grant to such party shall be void. Friday, 16 April, 46 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5152. Grant by Matilda March of Ripton Abbot's, and Alexander and John her sons, to Thomas de Warewick and William March, of two messuages and land in Ripton Abbot's, with a cottage and land, part called 'Gorebrodestich' lying in Tiggeleye, and a meadow called 'Littlemede,' also the services of the free tenants named, with the service of the grantor's bondman, named, and his cottage. Thursday after St. Mark, 10 Edward II, Two seals.
[Hunt.]A. 5153. Release by Matilda Lomb of Rammeseye, to John the abbot, and the convent of Rammeseye, of all her right in a messuage in Rammeseye, adjoining the stone gate. Witnesses:—John de Clervaus, John de Smalwode, William le Rydeman, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'Quieta clamatio Matilde la Tilere de domibus juxta magnam portam.'
[Hunt.]A. 5154. Grant by Matilda Lomb of Rammeseye, to John the abbot, and the convent of Rammeseye, of a plot of land with houses thereon [in Rammeseye]. Witnesses:—John Clervaus, William le Rydeman, Elias Reyner, and others (named). Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5155. Release by Thomas Wynde, late of Ramesey, to John the abbot of Ramesey, of all actions before 20 April last past. 10 June, 3 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal, broken.
[Hunt.]A. 5156. Grant by Ralph son of Robert de Gardino of Ramysseye, to Stephen de Lassham and Sarah his wife, of land and meadow below the abbot of Ramsey's wood, in the fields of Wardeboys, with 4d. yearly rent; part of the land on Longewold, part on Thwatecroft, at Thyrethorn, on Rywelonde, part towards Brontenebrok, on Blakelond, on Kranewell, at Longhortharde, on Walton, in Lambecotestede, on Scurecroft, part upon Tuft called 'Hawedlond,' part by Enstwell, by Byryweye, upon Lammemere, and in Thonecroft. Sunday after St. Gregory, 20 Edward I. Portion of seal.
Hunt.A. 5157. Demise by John Forster and Guy Wolston, esquires, William Stevens, clerk, Thomas Arle, esquire, William Congerton, Nicholas Wardeboys, William Smith, William Swavesey, and Roger Hayruff, to John the abbot of Ramesey, of all their lands etc. in Wodehyrste, Slepe, St. Ives, and Halywell, for fifty-three years. Morrow of the Assumption, 19 Edward IV. Three seals and portions of two seals.
[Hunt.]A. 5158. Agreement before the justices itinerant within the bounds (banleucam) of Ramsey, between John de Clervaus and the abbot of Ramsey, whereby the said John is to have one oak yearly for his hearth in the abbot's wood of Bottenhale; as well as 'heybote' and 'husebote' in the said wood by view of the abbot's forester, and may also have his demesne pigs, free of pannage, in the abbot's wood of Rokesgrave. In return for this, John grants to the said abbot all his right in a messuage and land in Wystowe which his kinsman, Michael de Clervaus, formerly held. Monday before Martinmas, 57 Henry III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5159. Grant by Elias Reyner of Rammeseye, to William le Ferour of St. Ives, and Beatrice his wife, of land in Rammeseye lying ia 'le Briggestrate,' adjoining a road called 'le Byggyngweye.' Sunday after the beheading of St. John the Baptist, 3 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5160. Grant by William the smith (faber) of Upwode, and Beatrice his wife, to Robert le Ferour and Joan his wife, and to Robert's heirs, of a toft in Rammeseye, adjoining 'le Byggyngweye.' Sunday after SS. Philip and James, 9 Edward II. Two seals, broken.
[Hunt.]A. 5161. Demise by Joan le Ferour, late the wife of Robert le Ferour, of Rameseye, to John the cook (coco) of the infirmary, till eight years and twelve weeks after his death, of land in Rameseye lying by 'le Byggyngweye.' Thursday the morrow of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 7 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5162. Grant by William de Faryndone, to Robert le Ferour and Joan his wife, of land in Rammeseye, lying in 'le Bryggestrate.' Monday after Midsummer day, 10 Edward II. Portion of seal.
[ ]A. 5163. Receipt by Sir Berenger le Moyne, knight, to Sir William, abbot of Ramesey, for 50 marks received by Sir Berenger on his return from the Holy Land, part of 200 marks delivered to the said abbot for safe custody: of which whole sum he acknowledges himself satisfied. Morrow of Michaelmas, A.D. 1280. Fragment of seal of arms.
[Hunt.]A. 5164. Letter of attorney by Thomas Legat of L[on]don, authorising John Draper and John Mustrell to deliver to John Warde seisin of lands and tenements &c. in Ramesey, Heightmangrove, Upwode, Wistowe, and Bury. Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 14 Henry VI. Injured. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5165. Release by John Bray and Margaret his wife, of Rameseye, to John Wayte, chaplain, of the same, Lambert Tychemers and Amice his wife, of the same, of all their right in a messuage in Rameseye, lying in 'le Wyt.' 12 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.] [Camb.]A. 5166. Agreement between the abbots of Ramesey and Thorney concerning their respective marshes and the dyke between them; the freemen of the said abbot of Ramsey are to give security in writing that they have no claim on the marsh of the abbot of Thorney, and will not seek the king's writ concerning the said marsh or ditch; the freemen of the abbot of Thorney are to give similar security &c. Fragment of conventual seal of Thorney.
Endorsed: 'De Marisco de Kingesdelf.'
[Hunt.]A. 5167. Grant by Thomas Legat of London, sadler, to John Warde, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Ramesey, Heightmangrove, Upwode, Wistowe, and Bury. Tuesday the morrow of St. Barnabas, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5168. Grant by Philip Top, son of Ralph Top, to Reyner son of Robert le Rideman, of Rameseye, of assarted land in Upwode; paying 6d. yearly to the warden of the court of Upwode. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Wyncestre, Ralph Pollard, and others (named). Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5169. Grant by Richard de Spaldyng, rector of the church of Stepel Gyddyng, to Alice Alsem of Rammeseye, of a messuage in Rammeseye, lying in 'le Bryggestrate,' in exchange for a messuage in 'le Nunnestrate.' Monday, the feast of St. Scolastica, 8 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5170. Grant by Denise, late the wife of Martin the shoemaker (sutoris) of Rammeseye, widow, to Richard de Spaldyng and Stephen de Houghton, clerks, of a messuage in Rammeseye in 'le Bryggestrate.' Monday before St. Gregory, 7 Edward II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5171. Release by John son of Robert Grigges of Rameseye, to Thomas de Wisebeche, clerk, and Thomas Hervy of Biri, of all his right in a messuage in Rameseye, lying in 'le Briggistrate.' Sunday after St. Barnabas, 15 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5172. Release by Henry de Knapwelle, to Thomas de Wisebeche, clerk, and Thomas Hervy of Byri, of all his right in a messuage, in 'le Briggestrate' of Rameseye. Palm Sunday, 15 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5173. Grant by Robert Grigges of Rameseye, to Thomas de Wisebeche, clerk, and Thomas Hervy of Biri, of a messuage in Rameseye, lying in 'le Briggestrate.' Morrow of the Annunciation, 15 Edward III. Portion of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5174. Grant by Agues, late the wife of Andrew Pikelere of Rameseye, to Thomas Rose, chaplain, John Bekeswelle, and John Chaunberleyn, of the same, of a capital tenement in Rameseye, in 'le Briggestrete', abutting on the ditch leading to Traverslane, with part of another tenement there, and with land and meadow in Heightmondgrove, part lying at Presteswell, part in Powelescroft, part at 'le Pondfold' and part in 'le Nawefeld': also further grant of a messuage and land in Rameseye in 'le Briggestrete,' and land lying behind Raveles, and at Okeweye; and another messuage in the same abutting on Fesauntescroft. Friday the feast of St. Ambrose, 5 Henry IV. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5175. Letter of attorney by Agnes, late the wife of Andrew Pikeler, authorising John Maddyngle to deliver seisin of the premises granted in A. 5174. Friday the feast of St. Ambrose, 5 Henry IV. Seal, broken.
[Hunt.]A. 5176. Grant by Thomas Baryngton, chaplain, of the parish of Rameseye, and John Chaumberleyn of the same, to John de Wellis, chaplain, and John Randolf, of the same, of a messuage in Rameseye, in 'le Briggestrate.' Wednesday the nativity of the Virgin, 13 Richard II. Seal, and seal of arms.
[Hunt.]A. 5177. Grant by Nicholas Ladelere of Ramsey, to John de Gretteford of the same, of a messuage with a toll in Ramsey, abutting on Belrestrate, and land in Upwod, part in a place called 'Jonescroft Inesson' and part in 'le Stokkyngg,' and land in Wistowe upon Bradelee. Palm Sunday, 50 Edward 111. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5178. Release by Richard son of Robert le Femur of Rameseye, to Mariota le Ferour his sister, of all his right in a messuage in Rameseye at 'le Koolane.' Norhampton, Friday before St. Dunstan, 11 Edward III, Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5179. Grant by John Gretford of Ramsey, to Sir Richard de Paxton and Alice de Fletton, of the third part of a messuage in Ramsey, with the reversion of two other parts of the said messuage, and the reversion of certain land in Hetmungrove and Wystowe, part lying in Kyngysdelfhyrne, part at Stanweyshend and part in Smethyscroftyshende. Easter, 7 Richard II. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5180. Grant by Thomas de Warewyk, to Henry de Deneford and Richard de Spalding, of all his tenements in Wenington and Rypton Abbot's. Wednesday after the Annunciation, 10 Edward II.
[Hunt.]A. 5181. Release by Andrew Pykelere and William Pudyfer, of Rameseye, to Richard Fletton, rector of the church of Wistowe, Walter Barkere of Upwode, John Smyth and William Ropere of Walton, of all their right in a messuage in Rameseye, lying in 'le Briggestrete.' Thursday the vigil of St. Laurence, 21 Richard II. Portion of seal and fragment.
Hunt.A. 5182. Grant by John Berford of Rameseye, to Walter Shepherde of Upwode, of a messuage in Rameseye, in 'le Briggestrete.' Feast of the Purification, 1 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5183. Release by William Wassyngle and Henry Berford, to Richard de Fletton, rector of the church of Wistowe, John Ravele the elder, Richard Heryng, and William Bodeseye, of Rammeseye, and Thomas Grace of Little Styvecle, of all their right in a messuage in Rameseye, in 'le Briggestrete.' Feast of St. Matthew, 22 Richard II. Seal and seal of arms.
[Hunt.]A. 5184. Release by Nicholas son of Simon de Burwell, to Robert de Nassington and Nicholas de Eboraco, clerks, of all his right in a messuage in Ramsey, in 'le Nunnestrate.' Nativity of the Virgin, 19 Edward III. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5185. Grant by James Fyshar and Alice his wife, of Rameseye, to John Wayte, chaplain, William Claxton and Richard Heryng, of Rameseye, of all their lands and tenements [in Rameseye]. The Epiphany, 11 Henry IV. Two seals.
[Hunt.]A. 5186. Grant by Hugh atte Halle, clerk, to John de Wauton, of all his lands and tenements in Rameseye and Grafham. Colne, Saturday after St. James, 38 Edward III. Seal, defaced.
[Hunt.]A. 5187. Grant by Andrew Ligtfoth of Rameseie aud John de Tyehemersh, to William Gold and Christina his wife, of a messuage in 'le Wigthe,' [in Ramsey]. Wednesday (?) after Easter, 26 Edward III. Injured. Seal, broken, and fragment of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5188. Release by Cristina late the wife of John Randolf, to the abbot and convent of Rameseye, of all her right in all her said husbands lands and tenements in Rameseye and Heighmondegrove. 6 April, 2 Henry V. Portion of seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5189. Release by Ralph Amour of Rammeseye, and Alice Botty his wife, to John de Sutton, of all their right of dower in the third part of a messuage in Rammeseye, formerly belonging to William the smith (fabri), Alice's late husband. Monday the feast of St. Valentine, 23 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5190. Release by Andrew le Lache and Mary his wife, John Herri of Caldekote and Margaret his wife, to brother Robert de Nassinton, abbot of Rameseye, of all their right in all the lands and tenements which the grantors hold for the lives of Mary and Margaret, her sister. Woldweston, Wednesday after the Invention of the Cross, 18 Edward III. Two seals and fragments of two seals.
Herts.A. 5191. Grant by William Hert of Ware, and John Takeley of the same, to John Fray of Goderethe, John Nichol of Newenham, John Smyth of Kelleshyll and John Smyth, 'bouchier,' of Ware, his son, of a tenement in Ware, for 46l. 13s. 4d. to be paid to the grantors within four years at the terms specified. Tuesday after St. Peter, 10 Henry VI. Four seals.
[Herts.]A. 5192. Demise by John Fray, chief baron of the Exchequer, alias John Fray of Coderoth, and John Smyth the younger, late of Ware, 'bocher,' to John Pyry, maltman, of Ware, William Pyry, maltman, of the same, John Pyry of Hyecros, maltman, and John Bedell, of Ware, 'bocher,' of a tenement in Ware, which they lately had, with others, of the grant of William Hert and John Takeley, of Ware. 13 July, 19 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5193. Acquittance by John Reste, citizen and grocer, of London, and Agnes his wife, daughter of William Pyry, late of Ware, maltman, for 10l. received by them from the executors of the said William Pyry as the share due to the said Agnes of the money arising from the sale of a tenement in Ware called 'le Kateryn whele.' 16 June, 17 Henry VII. Signed. Two seals.
[Herts.]A. 5194. Grant by Richard Muschet and Margaret his wife, to John Lebel, of land in Wakeleia. Witnesses:—John de Lesner, William de la Strate, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5195. Grant by Alice Leche, late the wife of Walter Leche of Ware, to Thomas Tonewell, William atte Watere, and Nicholas Blake, of Ware, the younger, of all her lands and tenements &c. in Ware, Stanstede Abbot's, Thele, and Wedeford, which formerly belonged to John Bakere of Kerswell, her brother. Friday after St. Augustine, 11 Richard II Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5196. Grant by William Skot of Abbotyslee, Thomas Tonewell of Ware, and William atte Watere of the same, to Robert Gardiner, of the reversion of a messuage in Ware, abutting on the water called 'le Luye.' Sunday after Martinmas, 12 Richard II. Two seals.
[Herts.]A. 5197. Demise by Nicholas Tanner of Ware, and Roger Brandefeld of London, to Richard Greteham, John Nicholas, and Nicholas and John Brandefeld, all of Ware, of a tenement in Ware. 12 February, 1 Henry VI. Seal.
Herts.A. 5198. Grant by Thomas Scharnebrooke, William Castell, Thomas Bate, and William Cammeswell, of Ware, to John Pery of Hycrosse, of the parish of Stondon, William Page, Nicholas Tanner, and John Mersch, of Ware, of a messuage in Ware, abutting on the water called 'le Ley.' Saturday after the Annunciation, 5 Henry V. Four seals.
Herts.A. 5199. Release by John Bedell of Ware, to William Pery of the same, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Ware or elsewhere in the same county in which he was enfeoffed with the said William. 6 February, 26 Henry VI, Fragment of seal.
Herts.A. 5200. Release by William Pery of Ware, John Skegge of Wadesmyll in the parish of Staundon, and John Erle of Great Munden, to Sir William Oldhall, knight, Philip Bottiller, esquire, Thomas Stokdale, Nicholas Mersshe, John Pery, son of the said William Pery, and Thomas and William Pery, brothers of the said John Pery, of all their right in a messuage with a curtilage in Ware, abutting on the water called 'le Ley.' 7 March, 26 Henry VI. Three seals.