Deeds
A.5301 - A.5400

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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162-174

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'Deeds: A.5301 - A.5400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 162-174. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64332 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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A.5301 - A.5400

[Notts.]A. 5301. Grant by Robert Morin of Howeton, to John Hose of Flintham, of land [in Flintham], lying under 'le Tofftes,' in exchange for land above Beck ad Burgum. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Selton, Geoffrey de Gorham, Thomas de Grenegarth, and others (named). Seal, defaced.
[Notts.]A. 5302. Grant in frank almoin by John son of John de Flintham, to the brethren of the Temple, of land in Flintham upon Gallebrot. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Gorham, Walter de Allerton, Ranulph Marchis, and others (named).
[Notts.]A. 5303. Grant by William Reynald of Flyntham, and Lucy his wife, to Sirs William de Normanton, William Huse, William Serjaunt, and Robert Smyth, of the same, chaplains, of a messuage and land in Flyntham, part lying at Baroundykes, part at 'le Burgh,' part at Wolrehowe, part at 'le Waterfall,' part in 'le More,' part upon Bremefurlonges, part upon Newellesykes, part upon Stedefold, part upon Dykfurlonges, adjoining land called 'Fraunceysland,' part upon Willefurlonges, and part in 'les Byghtes' adjoining a meadow called 'Maydenland'; rendering yearly to the altar of St. Augustine in Flyntham church 4d. or three wax candles, and to the grantors 4d. yearly for a light in St. Michael's chapel in the said church &c. Sunday before Christmas, 7 Richard II. Seal of arms.
[Notts.]A. 5304. Grant by Alice daughter of John son of John Ulft, to Hugh de Flintham, of land [in Flintham], part abutting on the road to Kneveton, part at Lithwelle, part at Stretfurlang, part upon Becfurlang, part in Doutheshou, and part in Bithe &c. Witnesses:—Sirs Geoffrey and Stephen de Stokes, Robert de Luvetot, William Markis, and others (named). Injured.
[Notts.]A. 5305. Grant by William de Alverton, to Reginald son of William son of John de Flintham, of land in Flintham, part lying upon Hernheshows, part upon Peschil, and part in Kerfurlang. Witnesses:—Durant de Gorham, William de Gorham, John Gretheued, and others (named).
[Notts.]A. 5306. Grant by Robert de Aureng of Flyntham, to Isabella, Matilda, and Alice, his daughters, of part of his messuage in Flyntham, with an oven (furno), a house, and a garden adjoining; with remainders to the survivor of them and to the right heirs of the grantor. First Sunday in Advent, A.D. 1312. Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5307. Grant by John Fadyr of Flyntham, chaplain, to Matilda, late the wife of Robert de Sybethorp of Flyntham, of a capital messuage, lands, and rents &c. in Flyntham, which he had of the gift of the said Robert, reserving part of the said messuage and certain land which John gave to Robert's daughters for their lives &c.; with remainders to John son of the said Robert, in tail, and to the right heirs of Robert in fee. Monday after St. Denis, St. Rusticus, and St. Eleutherius, the martyrs, 5 Edward II. Portion of seal.
Endorsed: 'My deed concerninge the first deed of general intayle.'
[Notts.]A. 5308. Grant by William Morin of Flintham, to Sir John Hose and Agnes his wife, of land in Flintham, part at Willeforlong, part in Brademers, and part at Harecotes. Witnesses:—Robert de Alverton, and others (named). Much injured.
[Notts.]A. 5309. Grant by the same, to the same, of land in Flintham, part lying upon Langthornehil, part upon 'le Becforlong' towards Caldewelle, part towards Codil adjoining land of the abbot of Welbeck, part abutting 'intowordthesik,' part 'abovethesyk,' and part upon 'the streteforlong.' Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Selton, William de Auburne, William de Landeford, clerk, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Notts.]A. 5310. Grant by Henry Fraunceys of Flyntham, to Nicholas Bernal, of land in Flyntham, part in 'the Cliffeld' at Midilbaroundike, part at Netherbaroundike, part in 'the Innam,' part upon Codehul, part upon 'le Stretefurlong,' part upon Barlilandes, part upon 'le sike,' part upon Thongdole, part upon Cresbek, part upon Long holme, part in 'the Galle,' part in 'the Overgalle,' and part abutting on 'le Ker.' Sunday after St. James, 21 Edward III.
[Notts.]A. 5311. Grant by Robert de Alverthon, dwelling in Flintham, to John de Berneston and Joan (Jone) his wife, of land in Flintham, lying in Segfurlang, abutting on the tillage called 'Langyornhill.' Witnesses:— William Colston, William the scribe (scriptore) of Newuerk, Geoffrey de Schelton, and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5312. Grant by Thomas de Flintham, clerk, to Sir Nicholas de Wycheford, of pasture for sixty sheep in Flintham. Witnesses:—Robert de Averenges, Durant de Gorham, William Markis, and others (named).
[Notts.]A. 5313. Grant by Roger de Maresey, to Nicholas de Wycheford, of a knight's fee in Flintham. Witnesses:—William de Stanton, Hugh Pichot, Ranulph Morin, and others (named).
Endorsed: 'Carta domini Rogeri de Marseye de manerio de Flintham.'
[Notts.]A. 5314. Grant by Thomas son of John in Grenegthar, of Flintham, to John de Hosee, of three bovates of pasture for all manner of beasts in Flintham. Witnesses:—Robert Averange of Flintham, Geoffrey Freman of the same, Stephen Payn, and others (named).
[Notts.]A. 5315. Grant by Thomas in Grenethwerd of Flintham, to Thomas son of William Freman of the same, of land in Flintham, lying upon Becfourlong. Witnesses:—Robert Averange, Geoffrey de Gorham, Gilbert Colstan, and others (named). Fragments of seal.
[Notts.]A. 5316. Grant by Robert Averanges of Flintham, to John Hose, of land [in Flintham ?], at 'Toftis' under the road from Kniveton, in exchange for land in the fields of 'la Clive' at 'le Snap.' Witnesses:—Robert Morin, Geoffrey de Gorham, Geoffrey de Selton, and others (named).
[Notts.]A. 5317. Release by Durand le Mareschal of Flintham, to John the smith (fabro) and Isabella his wife, of all his right in land in Flintham, part lying in Galle, and part in Croppildole. 16 kalends of July (16 June), A.D. 1322. Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5318. Grant by Thomas de Stoppusleye, to Hugh his son, and Denise, Hugh's wife, in tail, of all his lands and tenements in Flyntham, with reversion in default of issue to the grantor. Sunday after St John the Baptist, 48 Edward III. Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5319. Receipt by Walter Tuck, for 6 marks 4s. 5¼d. received from John . . . ., in part payment of a sum due from the said John and John Pratte, to Walter, for a plea between thorn. Flyntham, Saturday in Easter week, 20 Edward I. Fragment.
[Notts.]A. 5320. Grant by Alexsander de Aslatton and Alice his wife, to Durand the marshal (marescallo), of Flintham, of land in Flintham, beyond Gallesic, adjoining land of the abbot of Wellebec. Witnesses:— Geoffrey de Gorham, and others (named). Portion of seal, defaced.
[Notts.]A. 5321. Grant in frank almoin by Geoffrey son of Avice de Flintham, to the Knights Templars, (fratribus milicie templi), of land in Flintham, with a headland (foraria) in Litleng, abutting upon Langthornhil and Becfurlang, also land on Pesehil towards Bec, with a moor adjoining, also a yearly rent, and land at Spitilkirke. Witnesses:—Robert Averanches, Durand de Goreham, and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5322. Grant by Geoffrey son of Henry de le Fremund, to Hugh son of Geoffrey son of Payn de Newerch, of a rent and land [in Flintham], part lying upon Bremfurlong, part upon Ailsiwog, Wlrichou, Ricwardic, Landewrake, and Garbrode, at Haethorn, in Logedole, and Cropildole. Witnesses:—Sirs Nicholas de Wicheford, Geoffrey and Stephen de Stokis, and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5323. Grant by Geoffrey de le Fremund, to Hugh son of Geoffrey Pain of Newer', of land in Flintham, part at Wlfrikhou, and at Garebrode, Gallebroth, upon Netherfurlong, by Alle Gare, upon Heselgate furlong, and in the meadow of Clive, and part on Kerforlong at 'le Peit.' Witnesses:— Sir Nicholas de Wicheford, and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5324. Grant by Geoffrey de le Fermund, to Nicholas de Wycheford, of the homage and service of a toft in Flintham, with land in Wlrichou. Witnesses:—Girard de Fanecort, Geoffrey de Stokes, and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5325. Grant by Geoffrey de le Fermund, to Robert son of Sir Nicholas de Wycheford, of land in Flintham, part on Barlilandes, on Bremfurlang, at Hawethorn, at Dicfurlang, at Claxebrige, at Gallethorn, at Barundic, in Longedole, in 'le Bisgt,' and in 'le Flet'; paying 1d. yearly to Flintham church to support the lights before the altar of the Virgin. Witnesses:—Sirs Oliver de Aubon, Girard de Fanecurt, and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.]A. 5326. Grant by Durand le Mareschal of Flintham, to John the smith (fabro) of the same, and Isabella his wife, of land in Flintham, lying in Galle in le 'Netherfurlang.' Sunday the feast of St. James the apostle, A.D. 1322.
[Notts.]A. 5327. Grant by the same, to the same, of the above land, to hold of Sir Walter de Gousyl, chief lord of that fee. Dated as above. Seal, injured.
Suff.A. 5328. Demise by Sir Owen Smyth of Irminland, co. Norfolk, knight, to William Greenewoode of Great Yarmouth, gentleman, for ten years, of a close called 'the little Castle Close' in Burghcastle. 4 October, 22 James I. English. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Suff.A. 5329. Letter of attorney by the governors of King Edward the Sixth's free grammar school of Bury St. Edmunds, authorising Robert Englyshe of the said town to deliver to John Stratton of Shotlye, gentleman, seisin of land and two tenements called 'Perryes' and 'Faulcons' in Shotlye. 18 October, 17 James I. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Names of governors executing the deed.
Suff.A. 5330. Demise by Sir Nathaniel Bacon of Stewkey, co. Norfolk, knight, and Dame Dorothy his wife, to Nicholas Girling of Pakefield, husbandman, for four years, of a tenement and lands in Pakefield. 1 November, 9 James I. English. Names of witnesses.
Suff.A. 5331. Sale by John Brooke of Bury St. Edmunds, to Robert Smyth of Tuddenham, of land in Heringswell, abutting on 'Harecroft waie'; with letter of attorney authorising John Long, clerk, and Clement Hasellwood to deliver possession of the premises. 6 December, A.D. 1591, 34 Elizabeth. Signed. Names of witnesses. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of delivery of seisin.
Suff.A. 5332. Arbitration by John Philipson the elder, of Herthurste, yeoman, and John Cordell of Longmelforde, clothmaker, between Thomas Russheham, alias Barbour, of Sudburic, and Thomasyn his wife, late the wife of Hugh Hunwicke late of Sudburie, grocer, and executrix of the will of the said Hugh, of the one part, and Richard Hunwike of Walteham, co. Essex, miller, Hugh's brother, on the other part, as to the possession of two tenements, one in Sudbury in a street called 'Friors strete,' sometime 'Bereves,' and of other legacies devised by the will of the said Hugh. 24 January, 32 Henry VIII. English.
Suff.A. 5333. Sale by Giles Strachy of Sudbury, merchant, to Thomas Maynerd of the same, of a messuage and garden &c. called 'Alredys,' in Sudbury, in All Saints parish, in the street lately called 'lez Freristrete.' 12 December, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Signed.
Suff.A. 5334. Bond by Edward Rookewood of Ewston, esquire, to Robert Leyes of Stoke by Naylond, husbandman, for 9l. 1 April, 26 Elizabeth. Signed. Names of witnesses.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Rookewood shall observe the agreements in a pair of indentures of even date herewith for the sale to the said Leyes of a tenement and land belonging to the manor of Naylond, then the said bond shall be void.
Suff.A. 5335. Release by William Alston of Newton, yeoman, son and heir of Edward Alston, deceased, to John Godfrey the younger, of Sudburye, joiner, of all his right in a messuage, cottage, and land in St. Peter's parish, Sudbury. December, 37 Elizabeth, A.D. 1594.
[Suff.]A. 5336. Demise by John Archer the younger, and Joan his wife, of Sudbury, late of Neylond, John Archer the elder, of the same, and John Hyde of Neylond, to James Smyth of Neylond, Stephen his son, John Reynham the elder, Henry Lyghtskyrt, Thomas Taillour, Thomas Roos the elder, John Roote, clothmaker, John Vigerows and Thomas Hamond, fuller, of Neylond, of a tenement in Neylond, abutting on the high road from Colchester to Stoke; with letter of attorney authorising Henry Bisshop of Neylond, chaplain, to deliver seisin. 5 June, 7 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
Suff.A. 5337. Letters patent by the Queen, demising to John Barker, for twenty-one years, tithes in the parishes of St. Peter, St. Nicholas, St. Mary at the quay, and St. Matthew, in Ipswich, parcel of the possessions of Thomas late cardinal and archbishop, attainted. Westminster, 19 February, 15 Elizabeth. Fragment of Great Seal.
[Suff.]A. 5338. Grant by William Quik of Sudbury, and Robert Monk of Neweton, to Sir Thomas de Thetford, rector of the church of Buxhale in the diocese of Norwich, of a messuage in Sudbury abutting on the street called 'Croftstrete.' Tuesday before Michaelmas, 2 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
Norf. Suff.A. 5339. Appointment by Edward Bedingfeld, knight, of Richard Hoo as auditor and steward of all his lands &c. in the counties named, for Richard's life, with further grant to him of a yearly rent out of the manor of Redlingfeld co. Suffolk. 14 September, 29 Henry VIII.
Suff.A. 5340. Letter of attorney by Sir John Leman, knight, citizen and alderman of London, authorising John Leman of Otley, and Thomas Allexander of Framlingham, gentlemen, to receive from Thomas Baxter of Raynthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk, esquire, seisin of the manor of Clarballs alias Clarebaulds, with the manor house &c. of the said manor in Framlingham and Parham, and of all other lands &c. mentioned in a grant to the said Sir John by the said Thomas Baxter. 4 June, A.D. 1625, 1 Charles I. English. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
[Suff.]A. 5341. Grant by Richard Miller of Aldeburgh, and Thomas Albon of Salle, to Robert Herward of Aldeburgh, of land in Aldeburgh. 2 March, 32 Henry VI. Seal and portion of seal.
Suff.A. 5342. Release by Thomas Alston, yeoman, to William his brother, of all actions up to the fifth of July last. December, 37 Elizabeth. English.
Suff.A. 5343. Sale by Sir Robert Wyngfeld of Letheringham, knight, to Thomas Cole of Framelyngham at, the castle, yeoman, of the manor of Clarboldes, with all rents and services &c. belonging thereto, in Framelingham and Parham, and land called 'Whyttyngesweye,' with other land, in Framelingham &c. 6 December, 6 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Suff.A. 5344. Sale by the same, to the same, of the above premises, part of the land adjoining a tenement called 'Murdokkes,' part in the meadow called 'Murdokkes medowe,' adjoining land called 'Estawefelde,' and part abutting on a close called 'Framlingham grette close'; with letter of attorney authorising John Roser of Parham Hacheston, to deliver seisin of the premises. 1 January, 6 Elizabeth. Signed. Names of witnesses. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Suff.A. 5345. Grant by Robert Cowper of Naylond, clothier, and Stephen Roos of the same, to John Malle of the same, clothier, and Margaret his wife, of a tenement &c. in Naylond, adjoining the stream running from the fulling-mill to 'le comon fen,' and abutting on the high road from Colchester to Stoke; the said grant being made at the request of James Abbis of Naylond, yeoman, and in fulfilment of the will of Joan Mannock, widow, of Naylond, deceased, whose feoffees the grantors are. 10 December, 37 Henry VIII. Signed. Fragments of two seals.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Suff.A. 5346. Indenture whereby John Hempston, the warden, and the convent of the Grey Friars of Ipswich, undertake, for 100 marks, to man a conveyance of their house &c. to Thomas Wentworth, knight, lord Wentworth, before the first day of April next. 28 March, 29 Henry VIII. English.
Suff.A. 5347. Mortgage by Thomas Midleton of Beccles, yeoman, and Martin Wright of the same, yeoman, to John Blenerhaysett of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., of a close called 'Rushe close' and a meadow adjoining in Beccles, for 50l., to be repaid, with 2l. additional, at the date and place specified. 5 May, 37 Elizabeth. Signed. Two seals, one of arms.
[Suff.]A. 5348. Release by Joan Gamelyn, widow, late the wife of Edward Bowlys, to John Paske of Wikham Broke, John Broun of Stannesfeld, John Baxstere of Hunden, William Rownyng of the same, John Wurlyche, son of William Wurlyche, of Wikham aforesaid, and John Paske son of Robert Paske, of all her right in land in Stradehull, in a hamlet (hamelott) called 'Farly,' part of the land called 'Blaklondcroft,' with a lane adjoining near a tenement called 'Alpheis,' part adjoining a croft called 'Homcroft' and abutting on a pightle of meadow called 'Boblowis pightell.' 20 December, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 5349. Demise by John Gamlyne of Stradeschull, Clement his son, Thomas Skreweyn, John Broun, William Stoke, John Hawkyne, Thomas Pratt, of the same, and Thomas Melone of Sudbery, to John Alphey of Stradeschull, John Dobyne the elder, Thomas Broune, and John Tyler, of the same, and William Qweler the younger, of Hondene, of land in Stradschull, in a village (vico) called 'Farley,' being the land described in A. 5348; with letter of attorney authorising John Okenhede, clerk, and Robert Debenham to deliver seisin of the premises. Feast of All Saints, 21 Edward IV. Eight seals.
Suff.A. 5350. Grant by Edmund Dobyne of Stradzell, husbandman, to John Alphey of the same, John Dobyn the elder, Thomas Brown, John Tyler, of the same, and William Qweler the younger, of Honden, of land in Stradzell, in a hamlet called 'Farley,' in a croft called 'Blaklondcroft,' and abutting upon meadow of Honden manor called 'Heytoftmedwe'; with letter of attorney authorising John Okenhed, clerk, and Robert Debynham to deliver seisin. 15 October, 21 Edward IV. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 5351. Release by John Dobyn of Stradeshull, the elder, Thomas Broun, John Tiler, of the same, and William Wheler of Hunden, the younger, to John Paske of Wikhambrook, of all their right in land in Stradeshull, part called 'Blaklondcroft,' and part called 'Alpheis croft.' 1 May, 3 Henry VII. Two seals.
Suff.A. 5352. Sale by Thomas Coole of Framlingham, gentleman, and John his son and heir, to Thomas Baxter of Reynthorpe Hall, co. Norfolk, esquire, of the manor of Clarbolls alias Clarbrookes, and of a capital messuage called 'Suttons' in Framlingham, lands &c. adjoining the roads from Framlingham market to Wickham market and Parham; also lands adjoining the road to Cranesforde, a tenement called 'Smythes,' land in Perham, and all other manors &c. in Framlingham and Parham &c. belonging to the vendors within the last three years, except a meadow called 'Coldhall meadow' adjoining the way called 'Whitinges weye,' and except a close called 'Jesus pytell.' 8 February, 39 Elizabeth. Signed. Two seals.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin of the said premises, and to attornment by the farmers thereof &c.
Suff.A. 5353. Mortgage by Edmund Wheler the elder, of Polsted, husbandman, to Robert Leyes of Stoke-by-Naylond, husbandman, of messuages and land in Polsted, called 'Capelles tenemente,' adjoining a field called 'Saytefeyld,' alias 'Sayers filde,' and land called 'the downe,' and abutting on a little grove called 'Overfilde grove,' and a heath called 'Polsted heathe.' 11 October, 25 Elizabeth. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Suff.A. 5354. Sale by Robert Kent of Heringswell, yeoman, to Robert Smyth of Tudenham, gentleman, of a messuage and land in Heringswell abutting on a watercourse called 'St. Athelbertes Streame'; also land on Curresdale furlong, and land on Doggeshell furlong, abutting on Galloway; also land on the furlong (stadium) called 'Wronge Broddinge,' abutting on the road to London. 1 May, 31 Elizabeth. Seal.
Underwritten: Mem. of acknowledgment of the above deed on 5th August, A.D. 1589.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses: Mem. of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll on 19 August, 31 Elizabeth.
Suff.A. 5355. Release by Thomas Heigham the elder, of Heigham, esquire, to Master Thomas Wellys of Upwell, gentleman, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. with faldage, in Tudenham, which formerly belonged to Robert Shardelowe, knight. 5 February, 15 Edward IV.
Suff.A. 5356. Bond by Edmund Wheler the elder, of Polsted, husbandman, to Robert Leyes of Stoke by Naylond, husbandman, for 60l. 11 October, 25 Elizabeth. Names of witnesses. Seal.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if certain premises called 'Capelles tenemente' in the parish of Polsted, granted by the said Wheler to the said Leyes, shall be kept free from all former charges &c. then the said bond shall be void. English.
Norf.A. 5357. Release by John son of William de Aldeburgh, to Robert Hereward of Aldeburgh, the elder, of all his right in all the lands &c. in Aldeburgh, Thurgerton, Alby, Woltertone, Wykemere, Bernigham, Plumpstede, Matelask, Ruchtone, Gresham, Wickelwode, Wymundham, and Morlee, formerly belonging to John de Aldeburgh, his ancestor. Sunday after St. Barnabas, 32 Edward III.
Suff. [Middx.]A. 5358. Bond by Thomas Danyell, late of Sudberie, esquire, and Thomas Felton, late of London, gentleman, to James Joskyn, late of London, gentleman, for 96l. 30 October, 3. [36 or 37 Henry] VIII. Injured.
Suff.A. 5359. Release by John de Chestan, to William Gerveys and Richard Drewe, of all his right in the manor of Wyset. 8 April, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
Kent.A. 5360. Grant by John, bishop of Worcester, to Thomas Peyton, grandson of Thomas Peyton, late of Esilham, and of Margaret his wife, with remainder in tail and in fee to the said Margaret, of the manors of Denton and Tapton, co. Kent, and of other lands in the parish of Denton formerly belonging to John Yerde, and of lands called 'Thryles,' alias 'Dryles,' in the same county, in compensation for the manor of Welton, co. Northampton, which the grantor has caused the grantee to alienate to William Catesby, esquire of the king's body, and to John Catesby of Olthorp, esquire, to the use of the said William, in satisfaction for 700 marks, in which sum the grantor, together with William, late bishop of Durham, was bound to the said William Catesby for a debt of Richard Haute; the said Richard having enfeoffed Thomas Gray, late marquis of Dorset, Anthony, late earl Ryvers, and others named, with the said premises, to the use of the said bishops as security against the said William Catesby for the said sum; which said Richard, with certain of the said feoffees, was afterwards convicted of high treason: the grantor will warrant the said premises against Thomas, abbot of Westminster; also letter of attorney authorising John Dygges, Richard Fyneux, and John Tathewell to deliver seisin. 23 January, 2 Richard III.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year within written.
[Kent.]A. 5361. Sale by Sir Henry Isley of Dunstall, knight, to Nicholas Sybyll of Kyngesdowne, gentleman, or land and wood in Farningham, among the lands of John Loveles, gentleman, and the said Nicholas, called 'Brokes,' and all his lands &c. lying between Brokes, Hach lawne, and Smythfeld, to the land of Nicholas called 'Cowles' and 'Brytons,' with all the lands and woods which Nicholas hath now in possession, which were before claimed by the respective parties, but have been awarded to Nicholas by an arbitration between them &c. 4 May, 24 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Seal.
Kent.A. 5362. Grant by John and Roger Evatt, sons and next heirs of Thomas Evatt, late of Frenyngham, to Thomas Sibill of the same, gentleman, of a messuage and lands in Frenyngham, Aynsford, and Mapescombe, called 'Shophawe,' 'Whetecroft,' 'Netherhouscroft,' 'Whetehersh,' and 'Southfeld'; also grant of all their lands &c. called 'Maydenshawe,' 'Welhawe,' and 'Buddysden,' and two crofts lying by a field called 'Courtefeld' in the parish of Mapescombe. 26 February, 4 Henry VII. Two seals.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Kent.A. 5363. Release by John Parker the elder, of [New] Romeney, jurat, yeoman, to William Tayler of the same, jurat, yeoman, of all his right in a piece of land in [New] Romeney lying in the common marsh. 17 December, 12 [Elizabeth], A.D. 1569. Injured. Seal.
Kent.A. 5364. Release by William Evatt of Fotescray, labourer, one of the sons and heirs of Thomas Evatt of Farnyngham, deceased, to Nicholas Sybill of Kyngesdown, gentleman, of all his right in all the lands in Farningham, Aynsford, and Mapescombe, which were formerly his father's (described in A. 5362). 12 August, 13 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses present at the sealing of the above release.
Kent.A. 5365. Release by Geoffrey Tomkyns of New Romney, yeoman, to William Taylor of the same, yeoman, of all his right in a tenement, two gardens, the third part of a spring, and a piece of marsh land in New Romney, the land adjoining the high road from Quene hall to the sea. 24 July, 6 Elizabeth.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to the sealing and delivery of the above release, viz. William Eps, mayor, and others.
Kent.A. 5366. Sale by George Franckelyn of Charte by Sutton Vallance, gentleman, to Richard Potman of Stockburye, esquire, of all those messuages and lands &c. in Byddenden, which were formerly his father's; with letter of attorney authorising Stephen Partridg to deliver seisin. 2 July, 36 Elizabeth. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to the sealing and delivery of the above and to the delivery of seisin of the same.
Kent.A. 5367. Release by Richard Goodhewe of Farnyngham, husbandman, to Nicholas Sybyll of Kyngesdowne by Darteford, gentleman, of land at Bewembyll in Farningham. 12 March, 26 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5368. Demise by John Baker the elder of St. Stephen's parish, in Cowlemans street, London, esquire, to Thomas Videan of Molashe, yeoman, for sixteen years, of the demesne lands of his manor of Shrympinden, lying in Bilsington and Aldington, or in one of them. 2 November, 39 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Seal.
Kent.A. 5369. Demise by Henry Etwell, gentleman, and Thomas Palmer of Otteford, gentleman, to John Cotyer of the same, husbandman, of his manor of 'le Rye' in Otteford, and of a yearly rent of one quarter of beerbarley (ordei palmalis). 21 October, 10 Henry VI. Injured.
Kent.A. 5370. Sale by Richard Goodhewe of Farnyngham, husbandman, to Nicholas Sybyll, gentleman, of all his lands lying at Bywymbull in the parish of Farnyngham. 12 January, 26 Henry VIII. English.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5371. Grant by Thomas Evatt of Farnyngham, husbandman, to John and Roger his sons, of a messuage and lands in Farnyngham, Mapescombe, and Aynsford (described in A. 5362). 10 September, 1 Richard III. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses 'ad status et possessionem ibidem.'
Kent.A. 5372. Acquittance by Edmund Chymbeham, executor of the will of John his brother, deceased, to Ralph Tykhull and Elizabeth his wife, Henry Hexstall and Joan his wife, John Honyngton and Alice his wife, and John Petit and Agnes his wife, for 100 marks, paid by them as the heirs of Richard Groveherst and Joan his wife, in accordance with the condition of a demise by Nicholas Sybile and others, to the said John Chymbeham, for his life, with remainder to the said Richard and Joan, of lands in Frennyngham, Kyngesdon, Mapelescombe, Otteford, Shoreham, Lullyngston, Lullyngstane, and Eynesford, and elsewhere in the county named. 15 November, 6 Edward IV.
[Kent.]A. 5373. Indenture witnessing that it is agreed between Isacke Rudston of Couckfield, co. Sussex, gentleman, and Belknappe Rudston of Boughton Munchelsey, gentleman, of the one part, and Edward Wotton of Bockton Maleherbe, esquire, and William Cromer of Tonstall, esquire, of the other part, that a fine shall be levied by the said Isacko and Belknappe, to the said Edward and William, of the manors of Boughton Munchelseye, Paulster and Horton Kirkbye, with messuages, mills, lands, and rent &c. in Boughton Munchelseye, Loose, Linton, Eastefarlye, Maydston, Charte next Sutton Vallens, Gouderste, Staplehurste, Witersham, Stone, Ebenye, Horton Kirkebye, Farningham, Fakeham, Darteford, Westebeere and Chislett, which formerly belonged to Robert Rudstone, father of the said Isacke and Belknappe; the said Wotton and Cromer to hold the said premises, part to the use of the said Isacke, and part to the use of the said Belknappe. 20 May, 34 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Seal of arms.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5374. Grant by Walter Brookehouse of Lewsham, husbandman, to John Glover of the same, husbandman, of the house in which the said Walter dwells, and the adjoining grounds called 'Julians' and 'Bramble croft' in Lewsham, with all his other lands there; with letter of attorney authorising John Ewen of Lewsham, yeoman, to deliver seisin of the premises. 21 July, A.D. 1613, 11 James I. English. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses; memorandum of delivery of seisin in presence of witnesses, named.
Kent.A. 5375. Release by John Lovelace of Kyngesdon by Farnyngham, esquire, and Thomas, his son, to Nicholas Sybell of Farningham, esquire, of all their right in land in Farningham called 'Homefeld.' 12 October, 33 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5376. Release by John, William, and Brian Gavell, sons of Thomas Gavell late of Westram, deceased, to William Mydleton of Westram, gentleman, of a messuage and lands in Westram, called 'Cuttmyll,' with warranty by the said John against himself and his heirs. 26 October, 15 Elizabeth. Signed. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5377. Grant by John Swetesire of Frenyngham, to Thomas Sybyll, esquire, Simon Hayward, and Robert Godehewe, of the same, of a messuage, houses and a close in Frenyngham abutting on land called 'Waterfeld,' and of land in Frenyngham and Eynesford called 'Shepelond,' adjoining a lane called 'Medelane'; also grant of a croft called 'Longcroft' in Eynesford. 4 May, 16 Henry VII. Seal.
Kent.A. 5378. Demise by Henry Ferrers of Baddisley Clynton, co. Warwick, esquire, to Edward Lovelace of Brencheley, gentleman, for twenty years, of a messuage called 'Copgrave,' and lands &c. part called 'Longcroft,' in Brencheley. 30 November, 16 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5379. Demise by James Smith of London, gentleman, to John Hyde, citizen and grocer, of the same, for fifty years, of three 'medes' and three fields, two of the said fields being called respectively 'Barnefeilde,' and 'Fullersfeild,' being parcels of the demesnes of the manor of Pawluns Craie; with condition that if the grantor shall discharge the grantee from their joint bonds to Peter Tryon, merchant tailor, and William Petala, merchant, respectively, then the said demise shall be void. 11 July A.D. 1599, 41 Elizabeth. Signed. English.
Endorsed: Name of witness.
Kent.A. 5380. Release by John, Roger, and Robert, sons of Thomas Evatt, late of Farnyngham, yeoman, deceased, to Thomas Sybyll, gentleman, of all their right in lands &c. in Farnyngham, Aynsford and Mapescombe, called 'Shophawe,' 'Whetecrofte,' 'Netherhowse croft,' 'Whethershe,' 'Southefeld,' 'Maydenhawe,' 'Wellehawe' and 'Buddes dene,' and in two crofts lying by a field called 'Courtefeld,' in Mapescombe. 4 March, 4 Henry VII. Two seals and portion of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
[Kent.]A. 5381. Duplicate of A. 5373. Signed. Portions of three seals.
Kent.A. 5382. Release by John Strygge of Gravesende, son and heir of Alice Strygge of the same, to John Hokham of Melton by Gravesende, and Richard Kebbyll of Gravesende, of all his right in a messuage in the street called 'Westestrete' in Gravesende. 14 February, 13 Henry VI.
Kent.A. 5383. Release by Richard Evatte of Merden, 'clothewerker,' son and heir of Nicholas, one of the sons and heirs of Roger Evatte formerly of Farnyngham, husbandman, to Nicholas Sybyll of Farnyngham, esquire, of all his right in all his lands &c. in Farnyngham, Aynsford, and Mapescombe. 20 March, 36 Henry VIII.
Underwritten: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5384. Bond by William Francke of Crayforde, yeoman, to Thomas Fyssher of the same, gentleman, for 80l. 22 June, 4 Elizabeth. Seal.
Underwritten: Names of witnesses.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said William shall by a certain date specified, make to the said Thomas an estate in fee simple in certain lands in Crayforde, viz. in certain marsh land adjoining other marsh called 'the lordes lande,' in a moiety of certain land and marsh at Slade Grene adjoining lands of the manor of Hoberye, in land lying in land called 'late Hawes,' in land lying in a field called 'Nokefielde,' and in land lying in Alensfielde, and if the said William shall pay 10l. to Thomas at a date named, then the said bond shall be void. English.
Kent.A. 5385. Release by Thomas Aundersoun of New Romeney, yeoman, and Agnes his wife, to John Thurbarne of the same, yeoman, of all their right in land [lying in] land called 'Vanes close' in New Romeney. 1 November, 16 Elizabeth. Signed. Injured.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5386. Sale by Henry Ysley of Sundrysshe, knight, to Nicholas Sybyll of Farnyngham, esquire, of two pieces of land in Farnyngham, called 'Goldes landes,' and 'Calowdowngosses,' adjoining the high roads leading respectively from Kyngesdown and Asshe to Farnyngham; with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Walter of Fakeham, yeoman, to deliver seisin. 14 October, 36 Henry VIII. Signed. Seal.
Kent.A 5387. Bond by William Dawson of Maydestone, yeoman, John Cutler of Barmyng, and William Marten of Farleygh, husbandmen, to Robert Fyssher and Henry his son, of Maidestone, gentlemen, for 100 marks. 28 September, 31 Henry VIII. Signed.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said Dawson shall marry Agnes Raynold, widow, before the feast of All Saints next coming, and if after his death, his representatives, or the said Cutler or Marten, shall pay 50l. to the said Agnes, and if the said Dawson shall permit the said Agnes 'to distrybute or make her last testament of so much money and moveables as shall amount to 20l. in case she predecease him, then the above bond is to be void. English.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5388. Sale by William Hore of London, yeoman, to William Edwardes, citizen and cook, of London, for his life and that of another, of a close in Tenham called 'le chauntry garden,' belonging to the late chantry of Tenham, also land in Tenham in a field called 'Courte feilde' belonging to the said late chantry, also a garden in Tenham adjoining the high road leading to Linsted; with letter of attorney authorising Robert Edwarde of London, merchant, to deliver seisin. 22 January, 19 Elizabeth, A.D. 1576. Signed. Fragment of seal.
Underwritten: Name of witness.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Kent.A. 5389. Sale by Margaret Yngram of Westham co. Sussex, to Robert Pursell, citizen and fruiterer of London, of a garden in Tenham, adjoining the high road to Lynstede; with letter of attorney authorising Edward Yngram of Westham, yeoman, to deliver seisin. 15 May, 3 Edward VI.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5390. Release by Thomas Evatt of Polescray, labourer, son and heir of William Gnatt (sic) of Fotyscray, deceased, to Nicholas Sybyll of Farnyngham, esquire, of all his right in all the lands &c. in Farnyngham, Aynsford and Mapescombe, which formerly belonged to Thomas Gnatt (sic) his grandfather, called 'Shophawe,' 'Whetecrofte,' 'Netherhowse croft,' 'Whetehershe,' 'Southfeld,' 'Maydenhawe,' and 'Buddesdene,' and in two crofts lying by a field called 'Cortfeld.' 3 January, 36 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5391. Grant by William Quilter of Canterbury, gentleman, to Thomas Lakes of Hackington, doctor of medicine, for eight years, of 20l. yearly rent from the manor of Downe Courte. 8 November, 25 Elizabeth. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Kent.A. 5392. Demise by Thomas Petlee of Halsted, gentleman, to Thomas Dereling of Chelsfield, husbandman, and Anne his wife, for twenty-one years, of a tenement called 'Derelinges lodge' and lands in Chelsfield, Halsted, and Nockholt, called 'Gypsfield,' 'Derelinges croft,' 'Kitchen croft' 'Open heath' and 'Three acres of Sowthen wood bushes'; also 'all conies, cony beries, games of conies and rabets breeding, mewing, renuing, and being' in and upon the grounds called 'Parkhills bank,' 'Parsons grove bery,' 'Adam landes,' 'Brech bush,' 'Brech field,' 'Sowthen wood neck,' 'Pryors wood,' 'Sowthen wood banke,' and generally in all Sowthen wood, with pasture for the same, and free liberty for hunting the said conies &c. 1 October, A.D. 1601, 43 Elizabeth, English. Signed.
Underwritten: Names of witnesses; viz. George Smith, parson of Chelsfield, and another.
Endorsed: Agreement by the grantor that the grantee is to have such profit &c. in Close heath, as heretofore, so long as the grantor 'hath the proprietye thereof.'
Kent.A. 5393. Demise by Henry Hextall, gentleman, Ralph Tykhull gentleman, and Elizabeth his wife, John Petyt, gentleman, and Agnes his wife, Richard Nutward and Alice his wife, to Thomas Sibill, gentleman, for fifteen years, of the manor of Chymbeham and of all their lands &c. in Frenyngham, Kyngysdowne, and Mapilscome. 20 January, 19 Edward IV.
Kent.A. 5394. Grant by John Heath of Chisleherst, gentleman, to Anthony Rooper and Thomas Roper of Eltham, esquires, and Henry Den of Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., esquire, in trust for Edmund, Anne, Mary and Katharine, the grantor's children, of all the leases which he holds from the dean and chapter of Rochester in the county named, viz. of the manor called 'Haukins' in the parish of Stroud and Frendesbury near Rochester, and of woods and four tenements there; also of a barn and lands called 'Baybrookes' in the parish of Horsemonden. 20 September, 21 James I. A.D. 1623. English. Paper. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Name of witness.
Oxford.A. 5395. Release by Roger de Sampford, knight, to Sir Philip Basset, of all his right in all his lands in Clifton, Heenton, and Dadinton. Witnesses: Sirs Thomas de Ardern, Richard de Rully, and others (named), knights, and others (named). Portion of seal of arms.
Oxford. Glouc. [Middx.]A. 5396. Bond by Robert Catesbye of Chastelton, John Throckmerton of Gloucester, esquires, and Edward Nycholson of London, grocer, to John Gardener, citizen and . . . . [of London], for 200l. 19 February, 42 [Elizabeth], A.D. 1599. Names of witnesses.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said Robert shall pay to the said John Gardener 100l. 58s. on the 8 June next, at his dwelling house in the parish of St. Michael Bassyshaw, London, then the above bond shall bo void. English.
Oxford.A. 5397. Demise by Robert Shotysbroke, knight, and Isabella his wife, William Wykham, William Catesby, Thomas Palmer, Richard Beaufo and Thomas Conyers, esquires, to Edmund Hampden, esquire, and John Weston, for eight years, of the manor of Wodpery, and of a messuage in Staunton St. John's called 'Barnardesland.' 18 March, 27 Henry VI. Signed. Two seals.
[ ]A. 5398. Demise by Robert Punsod, to Sir Philip Basset, for four years, of all his land and tenement in Warwe. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Monte Acuto, Henry Luvel, and Martin de Leye, and others (named). Feast of St. James, 41 Henry III. Seal of arms.
Oxford.A. 5399. Demise by Richard Catisby of Leogers Assheby, co. Northampton, esquire, to Michell Fox of London, grocer, for forty years, of the site of the manor of Eppewell, with a hill called 'Westby' in the same lordship, also further demise of half a 'mese ground and a yarde lond' called 'Heritages' with a barn; the said Fox is to find the said Catisby, his steward and servants, twice a year, at the keeping of his courts, convenient meat and drink and horsemeat for one week.
Oxford.A. 5400. Grant by Nicholas de Yattinggeden, knight, to Sir Philip Basset, of land with a messuage in Great Hampton, with further grant of 10s. yearly rent in the same town paid by Walter de Croxford, with the fee, homage, and service of the said Walter. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Insula, Hubert and Richard de Ruly, and others (named), knights, and others (named). Portion of seal.