Deeds
A.5401 - A.5500

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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175-186

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'Deeds: A.5401 - A.5500', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 175-186. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64333 Date accessed: 31 August 2014.


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A.5401 - A.5500

Oxford.A. 5401. Sale by John Hodgeson, citizen and merchant tailor of London, to John Arnold alias Gillam of Clanfield, yeoman, of all his interest in the remainder of a lease for thirty years of a mease or tenement and three yard lands in Clanfield, formerly leased by Thomas Farmor of Chynnor, esquire, to Alexander Arnolde alias Gillam of Clanfeld, for the above term, and which lease was afterwards made over to the said John Hodgeson by John Seymour of Cote in the parish of Bampton, gentleman, and the said Alexander. 2 February, 17 Elizabeth. English. Signed.
Underwritten: Names of witnesses.
Salop.A. 5402. Demise by Richard Covert of Hascum, co. Surrey (?), gentleman, lord of Prene, to Thomas Gower, Anne his wife, and Richard Habley, for their lives, of two cottages and closes adjoining, in Prene wood, in the lordship of Prene, with free pannage in the said wood; with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Ludlowe, gentleman, to deliver seisin. 29 March, 3 and 4 Philip and Mary. English. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses. Memorandum of delivery of seisin in the presence of witnesses, viz. Sir Roger Strynger, parson of Heowlye, and others (named).
[Salop.]A. 5403. Grant by Richard the abbot, and the convent of St. Peter's, Salop (Shrewsbury), to John Lye, for his life, of the office of porter of the abbey, after the death or surrender of John Harrys, with a daily allowance of one white loaf called 'le myche,' and one black one called 'le browne looff,' a gallon of ale and one penny 'pro coquina sua' or the pastures which the said John Harrys lately had, in lieu of the said daily penny, also 26s. 8d. yearly, and one robe when such is given to the other servants &c. 22 October, A.D. 1505. 21 Henry VII.
Salop.A. 5404. Bond by Thomas Mytton and Roger Foster, bailiffs and burgesses of the town of Salop, to Richard the abbot, and the convent of SS. Peter and Paul, Salop, for 500 marks. 25 October, 20 Henry VII.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said bailiffs and burgesses shall perform the judgment of the arbitrators with regard to certain franchises, lands, suits, tolls, &c. in dispute between the above parties, then the above bond shall be void. English.
Salop.A. 5405. Demise by Frauncis Fox, of Bromfeld, esquire, to Thomas Rawlinges, his servant, for seventy-nine years after the decease of Sir Charles Fox, knight, of tithes in the townships of Lady Haughton and Hill Haughton, in the parish of Bromfield. 1 July, 10 Charles I., AD. 1634. English. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Salop.A. 5406. Bond by John Pakyngton, late of Steple, gentleman, to Thomas Stokys, for 8l. 6 May, 15 Henry VII. Signed.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond, witnessing that whereas the said John paid 8l. into the king's receipt, in Hilary last, in part payment of the king's aid in the county named, in discharge of which he received a bill signed by the said Thomas for obtaining a tally, but having lost the said bill and Thomas having agreed to give John another bill for the said sum, if John shall take no advantage in case the first bill is found, then the above bond shall be void. English.
[Herts.]A. 5407. Grant by Thomas de Wald, to Geoffrey Noel, son of William Noel, of land in Tytheburst. Witnesses:—Roger son of Simon, Geoffrey de Childwick, Roger de Meriden, and others (named). Twelfth century. Equestrian seal, injured.
Herts.A. 5408. Release by John Cheyne, son of Peter Cheyne and Alice Camville his wife, of Essenden, to William Basset of the same, of all his right in all the lands and tenements &c. in Essenden, Bishops Hatfeld Hertford, and elsewhere in the county named, which the said William had with Joan Camville his wife, the grantor's sister, of the gift of John Rothewell, clerk, rector of Wennyngton church, and others, who had them of the gift of John Camville. 10 January, 11 Henry VI. Injured. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5409. Grant by Sir John de Wautun, knight, to Hugh son of Alan de Tythebist, of land in Tythebist, viz. a croft called 'Horsecroft' and another called 'Phytel,' adjoining the road leading to Herford Elepondfeld. Witnesses:—Saer de Tythebist, Geoffrey de Clavile, William de Hocerst, and others (named). [Henry III.] Fragment of seal of arms.
[Herts.]A. 5410. Grant by John son of John de Tyteburst, that Adam de Strattone may hold the tenement which John de Whauton formerly held from the grantor in Tyteburst, for 1d. instead of 14s. 8d.; also release of all his right in the tenement of 'la Hulle.' London, Thursday before the Purification, 52 Henry III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5411. Grant by Payn son of Adam de Terefeud, to Alan son of Henry de Bradenache, of land in the field called 'Eyhteacres,' abutting on the road called 'Sepwykestrate.' Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Boklande, knight, John de Gledesheye, Oliver de Sandone, and others (named). [Henry III.]
Endorsed: 'Thr'feld.'
[Herts.]A. 5412. Release in frank almoin by Mabel daughter of Payn de Therfeld, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of all her right in land in Therfeld, part upon Asfonyshille, part on Me Watelrydie,' part in Wellemadestote, part in a croft by Wellemade, part in Stokinge, and part in Beycroft. Witnesses:—Henry de Bocland, John de Harppisfeld, John de Gledesheye, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
Endorsed: 'Terefeud.'
[Herts.]A. 5413. Grant by Adam son of Nigel Wybold, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a rent in Tyteburste, in the parish of St. Margaret de la Rygge, from land in a field called 'Bremelnelde.' Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Mereden, John Tailleboys, Ranulph de Mimmes and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5414. Grant by Robert de Rokella, to Theobald de Scal[ariis], of land in Brachinge (Braughing), except the services of certain persons named. Witnesses:—Richard de la Rokele, John de Bordedene, Robert Luvel, and others (named). Twelfth century. Equestrian seal, loose.
Endorsed: 'Falsa carta per quam T. de Scal[arii]s inplacitavit nos de terra Ric' Wal'.'
[Herts.]A. 5415 Grant by Hugh de Marinis, to Robert de Becco, parson of Westmull, of land in Westmull, adjoining the water of Fulebrok. Witnesses: —Sir Geoffrey de Zoin, Alberic de Marins, and others (named). Equestrian seal, injured.
[Herts.]A. 5416. Grant by Robert de Becco, rector of the church of Wethmull, to Richard the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, in frank almoin, of the land described in A. 5415. Witnesses:—Sir Jonn de Marines, Richard de Bosco, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5417. Grant by Elyas Trussel, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of a yearly rent in Tyteburste and Shenle, from land called 'Pusepyhtel,' and from land lying in S'rehurnedecroft. Sunday after St. George, A.D. 1274. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5418. Letter from John son of John de Titeburste, to Sir David de Jarpenvill, informing him that he has sold to Sir Adam de Strattone, clerk, the yearly rent which the said Sir Davidd used to pay to him for a tenement in Titeburste, and desiring him in future to attorn to Sir Adam. Friday before Michaelmas, 53 Henry III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5419. Grant by John son of John de Tyteburste, to Adam de Strattone, clerk, of land in Tyteburst, in the parish of Aldenham, lying in a meadow called 'Westerleye'; also grant of a yearly rent from tenements in Tyteburste, also of John Page, the grantor's bondman, with all his issue (tota sequela) &c. with all the land which the said John holds of the grantor in villenage, with the rent for the same &c. London, Sunday the morrow of St. Edward, 52 Henry III. Seal.
Herts.A. 5420. Certificate by Stephen, king of England, to the justices, sheriffs, and others, of Hertfordshire, that he grants permission to Gervase de Cornhilla, citizen of London, to hold Berchesdene, which is of the fee of Count Eustace, and which Hubert, the queen's chamberlain, and Richard his son have granted to Gervase, by half a knight's service to be rendered at London &c. Witnesses:—W. Mart[el], and Richard de Luci. Fragments of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5421. Demise by Philip Mery of Northawe, to William Basset the elder, of Esynden, and Avice his wife, John atte Hyll, and Thomas atte Hyll the elder, of a purpresture in Esynden, adjoining land called 'Busshleys,' and of all those lands in Esynden which lately belonged to Peter Cheyne. 10 December, 9 Edward IV. Seal, broken.
[Herts.]A. 5422. Grant by Joan, relict of Stephen de Selford, to Hugh son of Alan called 'Levediman,' of a field in Tyteburst called 'Pontfeld,' with a messuage built thereon adjoining the street leading to Burhamwode and abutting upon Woderedinge. Witnesses:—Thomas Picot, Simon de Thiteburst, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5423. Grant by William de la Leye, to Robert son of John de Tyteburste, of land in Senle, lying in a croft called 'Aylmarescroft.' Witnesses:—Gregory de Wrobeleye, William de Oxhurste, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5424. Grant by Walter son of Clement, to John the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of a yearly rent in Emwelle. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Rokele, Henry de Bracking, Richard de Valoynes, and others (named). Seal.
[Berks.]A. 5425. Grant by Martin de Hanneye, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of yearly rents in Denchesworth, to be received from the tenants named. Witnesses:—Sir Peter Achard, William de Spersholte, William de Sancto Mauro, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5426. Release by Simon Starlyng of Therefeud, to Sir Hugh the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, in frank almoin, of a meadow in Therfeud called 'Lowemede,' and of a tillage adjoining, extending upon 'le Doyt' towards Sepewyke. Witnesses:—John de Harpefeud, John de Bokeland, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5427. Grant by Robert son of John de Titteberst, to Walter de Camera, of his croft called 'Bevereswellewik' in Titteberst. Witnesses:— Randulph de Mimmes, John Taylebois, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5428. Grant by Thomas de Flanden, to Hugh son of Otho, knight, of his meadow in Flanden called 'Newemede,' with a road adjoining taken from a meadow called 'Oldemede' and extending to the bank called 'Pitelburn'; also a yearly rent of a clove of gillyflower from a tenement called 'Pelhameslond' in Flanden. Witnesses:—John de Cheyne, Roger de Bacheworth, Richard de la Vache, Stephen de Chenduth the younger, knights, and others (named). Seal.
Essex.A. 5429. Grant by Sir Edmund the abbot, and the convent of St. Mary's, Tilteye, to Sir Henry, abbot of St. Mary de Gratiis, London, and others (named), of 20l. rent, out of the manors of Stepull Grawnge, Rodyng, and Croyes, and out of all the grantors' lands in the county named, to be paid yearly, during the life of Sir Roger Beverlaye, late abbot of Tilteye, in the chapel commonly called 'the Rodes chapell,' within the churchyard (cimiterium) of the parish church of Esston 'at the mounte.' 3 August, 22 Henry VIII. Paper copy.
[Herts.]A. 5430. Grant by Henry Smerecornere, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of land in Titeburste. Witnesses:—Ranulph de Mimmes, Robert le Oyselour, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5431. Grant by Thomas de Flawendene, to Sir Hugh son of Otho, knight, of wood land in Flawendene, part extending by a road called 'Fryhtdene wey,' from a tree (ligno) called 'Arable,' and abutting on a road called 'Chirchewey,' and part abutting on land called 'Boynhulle'; also grant of a yearly rent of a clove of gillyflower from land in Flawenden called 'Pelhameslond,' with homages and services &c. Witnesses:—Sirs Roger de Becheworthe and John de Chenee, knights, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5432. Release by Lucy daughter of Payn de Therefeud, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Rameseye, in frank almoin, of a messuage and land in Therefeud, part lying on Astoneshull, part on Ordemareshul, abutting on the road to Buntingford, part abutting on Scotteslane called 'Le Brodeaker,' part lying towards Sepewik, part in Skelmesfeld, part abutting towards 'le Leye' called 'le Hevedaker,' part in Wellemadeschote adjoining 'le Greneweye,' part in a croft by Wellemade, part in Aylwardescroft, part in Longecroft, and part in Leyecroft. Witnesses:—John de Harpefeud, Henry de Bocland, John de Gledeseye, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5433. Grant by Richard de la Burne, to Walter de Camera and Emma his wife, of all his land in the field called 'Leuwardescroft in Tyteburste. 45 Henry III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5434. Grant by William de Chedneduit, to Richard son of Reiner, citizen of London, of all his land in Senele. Witnesses:—Hubert Walter, Gilbert de Colevil, Master Andrew de Winton', and others (named). [Henry III.] Portion of large seal.
[Herts.]A. 5435. Grant by Alice daughter of Peter the marshal (marescall') of Wath, to Walclin de Sancto Edmundo, of land in Cestrehunt, part lying at Seite Mariebrege, in a field called 'Longefeld,' and part in a field called 'Cherchfeld.' Witnesses:—John de Kersebrooc, Alexander Deret, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5436. Grant by Adam son of Randulph Bucuinte, to Walerand son of Meillam, of lands, part adjoining land belonging to the abbey of St. Albans, and the high road to Wetford upon Grimesdiche. Witnesses:— Robert de Stanm', Ralph le Norreis, Peter Bukerel, and others (named). Twelfth century. Much injured. Seal.
[Middx ?]A. 5437. Confirmation by Richard [I] king of England, of a grant by Robert Brito, son of Ralph Brito, to Geoffrey Blund, of the town of Branford. Witnesses:—The archbishop of Rouen and the seneschal of Normandy, Roger de Pratellis, the king's sewer (dapifero) John of Lisieux, Hubert of Evreux, and Richard de Barre of Ely, archdeacons; given by the hand of William, bishop of Ely, the king's chancellor. (A.D. 1189– 1197.) Fragment of Great Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5438. Confirmation by Ralph de Cheinduit son of William de Cheinduit, to Henry son of Reiner, of a grant by William, Ralph's father, to Richard son of Reiner, of all his land in Senle, with further grant of all Ralph's right in the advowson of Senle church. Witnesses:—Henry son of Ailwin, mayor of London, Reginald de Cornhull, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5439. Grant by John de Cadomo, clerk, to Master Stephen de Chesthunte, with remainder to John, eldest son of Richard de Cadomo, of land in Chesthunte, and meadow land lying in Frithey called 'Saint Helen's meadow,' in Waltham, with other land there and in Wormelegh, and a piece of meadow called 'La more' in Chesthunte. London, Monday after St. Gregory, 3 Edward II. Fragments of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5440. Grant by William de Feschamp, to Walter de Camera and Emma his wife, of all his land in Titeburste in the parish of Audenham. Witnesses:—Ralph Mimmes, John Taylebois, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5441. Release by Godard son of Agnes Bene of Ware, to Sir E. the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, of all his right in a plot of land in Ware, beyond the bridge by the [river] Lea (juxta Luyam) towards Eniwelle. Witnesses:—Thomas le Senescal, Richard Farne, and others (named).
[Herts.]A. 5442. Grant by Robert de Thingden and Cristina his wife, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of yearly rents in Wydihull from the tenants named, with all homages, fealties, wards &c. which the grantors have in the said town. Vigil of St. Ambrose, 4 Edward I. Two seals.
[Herts.]A. 5443. Grant by Joan the prioress, and the convent of Sopwell by St. Albans, that Thomas Cheupayn of St. Albans, and Matilda his wife shall, during their lives, pay only 12d. for a piece of land in St. Albans in the fullers' street, with liberty to the grantors, in case of non-payment of rent, of entry into the said land and into the tenement rebuilt by the grantees, in the street called 'Sopwellane' in St. Albans; release also of all arrears of rent. 6 January, 44 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5444. Grant by Gregory de Wrobbele, to Adam de Stratton, clerk of 5s. yearly rent in Titeburste, La Rugge, and Shenle. Thursday after St. Matthew, A.D, 1274. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5445. Grant by John son of John de Titeburste, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of land in Titeburste in the parish of Aldenham, and of Adam de Bynnesleg', his bondman, who hold the said land in villenage, with all his issue (tota sequela) &c. London, Monday, morrow of St. Matthias, 53 Henry III. Injured. Seal.
Herts.A. 5446. Grant by the king, to Robert le Butiller, of free warren in all his demesne lands of Misedon and Pelham. Witnesses:—W[alter], bishop of Worcester, Master William de Kilkenny, archdeacon of Coventry, and others (named). Suwic (Southwick), 28 June, 37 Henry III. Injured. Great Seal, nearly perfect.
Herts.A. 5447. Letters patent by the king, granting to Queen Isabella, his mother, for her life, the manor of Hertfordyngbury, except the advowsons of Hertfordyngbury church, and of the priories of Hertford and Wylemondesleie. Wyndesore, 2 June, 20 Edward III. Portions of Great Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5448. Grant by Thomas Hablet of Brackyng, to Sir William de Sancto Paulo, perpetual vicar of Brackyng, of a messuage and land in a field called 'Haredene,' in Bracking. Witnesses:—Henry de Bracking, Richard de Rupell', and others (named). Seal.
[Hunt.]A. 5449. Release by Sir Ranulph, abbot of Ramsey, to Henry de Brauhyng, heir of Flaman de Laussill by a younger sister, of a suit of court of Broucton, Henry doing homage to the said abbot for a portion of the tenement of the said late Flaman which he inherited: if the tenement of Alexander de Brauhyngh, Flaman's heir by an elder sister, shall come to the said Henry, he shall do homage and suit of court of Broucton and all other services belonging to the said tenement, to the said abbot. 37 Henry III. Seal.
N'hamp. Bucks. Oxford. Warw.A. 5450. Demise by William Roche, citizen and draper of London, to Thomas Emson of Estneston, esquire, for his life, of the manors of Estneston, Hulcott, and Burton Latymer, alias Pryors Manor, co. Northampton, with lands &c. in the places named and in Potterspury, alias Estpury, Lawrence Marston, Hedmondcott, Quynton, Tyffeld, Wapenham, and Lychebarowsse in the same county; also of all his lands &c. in Lakhamstede, co. Bucks, Lelyngston, co. Oxford, and Southam, co. Warwick, and of all the manors, lands, &c. which the said Thomas lately sold to the said William. Henry VIII. English.
Herts.A. 5451. Grant by Adam de Stratton, clerk, to Edmund de Watervord, of land in the fee of Richemund in Benegho and elsewhere, which Adam had of the gift of the prior and convent of Bermundesey. Feast of the Annunciation, A.D. 1275. Fragments of seal, loose.
[Herts.]A. 5452. Grant by Adam de Stratton, clerk, to Geoffrey, son and heir of Adam de Bisseye, of a messuage, lands, and tenements in Bysseye, which formerly belonged to the said Adam de Bisseye, and came to the grantor by reason of a fee of 12 marks in which Adam de Bisseye was bound to Cressus, a Jew of London, to be received from the said lands, and which fee the said Jew demised to the grantor by his 'star.' Feast of St. Matthew, 1 Edward I. Seal.
Herts.A. 5453. Grant by Richard de Buskeby, that whereas the prior and convent of St. Mary's, Angleseye, co. Cambridge, have granted to him, for his life, a yearly rent of 20s. from their lands in Braghyng, the said prior and convent may be quit of the said rent during the life of Sir Thomas de Cheddeworth, clerk. 23 November, 21 Edward III.
[Herts.]A. 5454. Grant by Geoffrey de Langeford, to Richard son of William the weaver (textorts) of Bordesdane, of land in Brachinge, in a field called 'Eimeworthe.' Witnesses:—Henry de Bracchinge, Henry de Wodecrofte, and others (named). Injured.
[Herts.]A. 5455. Release by Thomas Abbot of Brackyng, to Sir William de Sancto Paulo, perpetual vicar of Bracking, and Alice his niece, of all his right in a yearly rent which the said Sir William and Alice have been wont to pay for a messuage and land in Brackyng, and in two yearly rents of a gillyflower from the tenants of two messuages in the same. Witnesses:—Richard de Gatesber', Richard de Rupell,' and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5456. Grant by Richard son of William the weaver (textoris), of Bordesdene, to Sir William de Sancto Paulo, perpetual vicar of Braching, and Alice his niece, of land in Braching in a field called 'Enneworthe.'—Witnesses:—Richard de Gatesbyr', Henry de Braching, and others (named) Injured. Seal, broken.
[Berks ?]A. 5457. Grant by John de Wanberge, clerk, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of two yearly rents from land in Burhthon. London, Saturday, feast of SS. Peter and Paul. 3 Edward I. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5458. Letter of attorney by Denise late the wife of William Young of Sutton, authorising William Potenham of Berkamstede to deliver to the king seisin of all her lands and tenements in the halmote of Berkamstede, formerly belonging to John, son and heir of John Hunt of Berkamstede. 20 January, 3 Richard II. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 5459. Grant by Richard son of Walter the chamberlain (camerarii) of Hallingeberi and Juliana his wife, to John the prior, and the canons of Holy Trinity, London, in frank almoin, of land in Bracking, part in a field called 'Smithescroft,' part in a field called 'Aldithelee,' part in a field called 'Wicham,' part in 'Langrave,' part in a field called 'Cherchefeld,' parts called respectively 'Delle,' 'Aldebi,' and 'Kingesho,' part in the field of Kingesho, and part called 'Formad.' Witnesses:— Sir Ralph de la Rokele, knight, Miles de Westmelne, and others (named). [A.D. 1252–1258.] Seal, broken, and fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5460. Demise by Sir Ralph the prior, and the convent of Holy Trinity, London, to Sir Richard de Gatesbery, knight, for thirty years, of land in Braghing, part lying in a field called 'Enneworth,' and part in a field called 'Sibedellesfeld,' in exchange for land hereby demised by Sir Richard, to Sir Ralph, in the same parish, in the hamlet of Gatesby, in a field called 'Kynggeshofeld.' Michaelmas day, 31 Edward I. Fragments of seal.
[Herts.]A. 5461. Release by the king, to Thomas the abbot, and the convent of St. Albans, of a corrody out of the said abbey, in exchange for which the said abbot and convent grant to the king, certain lands in Abboteslangeleie, viz. the ditch and hedge between the king's park of Langeleye and the fields of the said abbot and convent called 'Wodefeld ' and 'Whippeden,' also all the lands in Langeleye newly enclosed by the king, the enclosure beginning at the water of Gateseye, and stretching to a marl-pit in the field called 'Waterfeld,' and to a croft called 'Bricescroft' &c. Westminster, 14 February, 38 [Edward III]. French. Portion of conventual seal.
[Linc.]A. 5462. Grant by Alice countess of Eu (Augi), widow, to William, earl Warenne, of the manor of Gretewell, rendering a sparrowhawk yearly to Philippa de Tilly. Witnesses:—John de Bassingburn, Nicholas do Kenet, and others (named). [AD. 1219–1240.]
Linc.A. 5463. Charter by the king, granting to his brother, William de Valencia, the reversion of two parts of the manor of Gaynesbury after the death of Girard Talebot, and of the remaining third part after the death of Girard's wife, if Girard die without an heir in tail; in confirmation of an agreement made when the king lately claimed the said manor against the said Girard. Westminster, 3 November, 42 Henry III. Portion of Great Seal.
[Norf.]A. 5464. Grant by Thomas de Wode of Heveringlond, to Sir Geoffrey, rector of the church of Felthorp, Martin de Taveram, Richard Cole, burgess of Bishops Linne, and Robert Mayster, of land in Felthorp adjoining the common way called 'Heglane,' and abutting on land of the prior of Mountjoy and on the heath called 'Northwode Heiye.' Thursday after St. Dunstan, 8 Richard II.
[Norf.]A. 5465. Grant by Peter son of Roger le Neuman of Felthorp, to John Qwytfot of Taverham, of a messuage with all his lands &c. in Felthorp, Taverham, and Heverynglond, and the reversion of all lands &c. held from the grantor in dower or otherwise, for her life, by Cicely, late the wife of the said Roger. Sunday after St. Botolph, 3 Edward III. Seal.
[Linc.]A. 5466. Release by Philippa de Tilly, to William, earl Warenne, of all her right in the manor of Gretewell, for which the said earl has given her 200 marks with land in Mealton and Upton, and also the services and homages of certain persons, named, for lands in Rugthorn, Thurmodeston, and Mercham. Witnesses:—Ralph de Normanvill, William de Billeham, and others (named). [Henry III.] Seal.
Linc.A. 5467. Charter by the king, granting to Hugh le Despenser, the younger, a weekly market and a yearly fair at his manor of Greteham. Witnesses:—Aymer de Valence, earl of Pembroke, John de Warenne, earl of Surrey, Edmund, earl of Arundell, and others (named). Newerk, 3 February, 16 Edward [II]. Portion of Great Seal.
[Norf.]A. 5468. Release by John Baghare of Heveringlond the elder, to Sirs John Fode of Aylesham and John de Hadesco, chaplains, and Richard Storm of Snyterle, of all his right in land in Heveringlond, adjoining a close caUed 'Tolkesker.' Wednesday, the feast of St. Gregory the pope, 17 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 5469. Release by William de Leye of Irmynglond, to the prior and canons of Mountjoy, in Heveringlond, of all his right in the advowson of the church of Irmynglond. Sunday after St. Wynewaloy, 20 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 5470. Release by Richard son of Catherine daughter of Richard de Bunewelle, to Sir William the prior, and the convent of Lewes, of all his right in a messuage, land, and yearly rent in Merton. Witnesses:— Richard de Snyterton, Thomas de Iford, Thomas Osegat of Tybenham, and others (named).
Endorsed; 'Norwicens' dioc'.'
[York.]A. 5471. Demise by Joan de Bramton, to John de Waren', of all that belongs to warren in her fee of Bramton, as granted to her by the king, reserving to herself certain rights of hunting there and of making assarts &c. in the said fee, for which John has given her 10 marks and a palfrey worth 20s. Witnesses:—Sirs Hugh Bigot, Robert de Ripers, William, rector of the church of Kirkeby, William, parson of the church of Burton, and others (named). Seal, broken.
[Essex.]A. 5472. Grant by Anna Fillol, to John Oraz of Little Acle, of land in Little Acle (Little Oakley). Witnesses:—John de Cogeshale, Robert de Badewe, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 5473. Grant by Robert de Herevill and Emma his wife, to Wido, parson of Melton, of a toft and croft in Alebi, with land there, part lying by the Melton road, part at Blindewelle, parts on and under Grandalehil, part at Hertholmis, part on Langelondes at Risedale, part in Hevedland, part at Gaddale, part at Wlfnotheswong, and part at Thwernel. Witnesses:—Thomas de Sirtenebi, Robert and Hugh de Bovill, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Norf.]A. 5474. Grant by Reiner son of Ranulph de Ho, to Robert Kaim of Siselond, of land, part abutting on 'le bec' Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Bradeker, William de Mundham, and others (named). [Henry III.]
[Norf.]A. 5475. Demise by Philip de Vermel, with the consent of lady Joan his mother, to Sir Robert de Novo Mercato, for thirteen years, of his capital messuage with a close and toft in Brampton, with land in Brampton, Alkele, and Cantele, and the advowson of the church of Brampton and Cantele &c. Whitsunday, A.D. 1260.
[Norf.]A. 5476. Release by John son of John de le Bure of Atleburc, to Peter his brother, of all his right in a messuage &c. which the grantor's father held of Ralph de Fossato of Atlebure and of Ralph son of the parson of the same. Witnesses:—William de Hartham, William son of Peter de Brethenham, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 5477. Release by Jordan de Mokkinghs, rector of the church of Baudeswelle, to his lord, Warin de Montechanes[io], with the confirmation of Sir Walter de Suffeud, bishop of Norwich, of all his right in land in the grantor's parish of Baudiswelle, in exchange for other land. Witnesses:— Sirs John de Helington, Hubert de Royly, and others (named) A.D. 1243–1257. Seal, broken.
[Norf.]A. 5478. Grant by Thomas Sket of Billingfort, to Sir William, son of Sir Warin de Montekanis[io], of land in Billigfort, abutting on land called 'Holincros.' Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey de Stivekeye, knight, and others (named). Seal.
[Bedf.?]A. 5479. Grant in frank almoin by Robert son of William Alkelyn of Scarpeho, to the abbot and convent of Ramsey, of all his part of a ditch between land of the said abbot by the wood of Barton, and the grantor's meadow, and abutting on land of the abbot of Woborne, and on 'le haweye.' Witnesses:—John son of John de Scapeho, Robert de Faudho, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 5480. Demise by the lady Alyna la Despensere, countess of Norfolk, to Robert son of John de Otteleye, for 10 marks a year to be paid in her manor of Wykes, of the wardship of lands and tenements in Bernigeham (Barningham) lately belonging to John de Stagno and Lucy his wife, which are in the said countess's hands as guardian of Isabella and Katherine, daughters and heiresses of the said John and Lucy, the grantor reserving all [lands] in Ighinton and elsewhere in the county of Hertford &c. with further grant of the countess's share of all grain sown in the said lands. Fastern, Trinity Sunday, 8 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 5481. Release by Matilda, relict of John Motthe, of Ridelingfeud, widow, to the prior and convent of Bestone, of all her right of dower in land called 'Stretelond' in Buxtone. Witnesses:—Thomas de Morle William de Becham, and others (named). Seal.
[Norf.]A. 5482. Grant by John de Brancestre, to Edmund Percehay, of land in Brancestre (Brancaster), part lying in Westdel,' part at Dockingate, part at Swinecrundele, part at Oldefeld, part in Anhomerdele, part at Unspakeshil, part in Beryht, and part towards Brestygate. Witnesses:— Gilbert de Grimestun, Sir William de Depedale, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 5483. Grant by Ralph son of Herber' de Brancestre, to the abbot and convent of Ramsey, in frank almoin, of land in Brancestre, lying at Littlehog,' and abutting on Docking' gate. Witnesses —Adam de Brancestre, Gilbert Wyd of Thychewel, and others (named).
[Suff.]A. 5484. Grant by J. the prior, and the convent of SS. Peter and Paul, Ipswich, to Matilda late the wife of Wolfric de Brademere, of land in Brokes, in the field called 'Scocherslond' abutting on the high road from Ipswich to Bramford. St. Ambrose' day, 18 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 5485. Grant by John son of William de Reynham of Baudeswelle, to Matilda late the wife of Nicholas de Hakeford, of land in Baudeswelle, abutting on Foxle park, paying ¼d. yearly to the ward of Richemund. Witnesses:—William de Sparham, Silvester Bate of Billingford, and others (named). Seal.
[Essex.]A. 5486. Release by Nicholas le Reshey, to the Lady Alyna la Despensere, countess of Norfolk, of all his right of common of pasture in a field called 'Reshey' held by the said countess in demesne. Sunday before the apostles Philip and James, 8 Edward I. (See A. 537.)
[Norf.]A. 5487. Release by Ranulph de Bunggeye, to Sir William son of Sir Warin de Monte Canis[io], of all his right in a tenement which Ranulph had of the demise of Sir Robert Cokerel, and William his son, in Berch, and which Sir Robert formerly held, by the law of England, on the death of his wife Juliana, of the said Sir William's fee. Chelmerford, Monday after St. Luke, 13 Edward I; before Salomon de Roff' and others, justices in eyre in Essex.
[Norf.]A. 5488. Grant by Richard le Forester of Herlinge, to Sir Hugh de Veer and the lady Denise his wife, of part of his land of 'Overhaghe' in Banham, under Sir Hugh's wood called 'Banhamhawe,' extending to the park of 'Kenighale,' for making a ditch for the better inclosing part of their wood, the said Richard reserving the right of having ducts to drain his land. Wynneferthing, Thursday after St. Barnabas, 5 Edward 11.
[Norf.]A. 5489. Grant by Robert de Mortemer, to the monks of Lewes, of all his land in Hecham, in return for which they restore certain lands which they held of him in Thomeston and Cateston. Witnesses:—Hamelin, earl of Warenne, William de Warenne, and others (named). Twelfth century.
[Hunt.]A. 5490. Grant by Geoffrey Blundel of Aylinton, to Henry Goydsweyn of the same, of land in Aylinton, part lying in Lyttlebroc furlong, abutting on the high road to Neuton, part abutting on the high road to Oggerstoyn, and part lying on Cockeshyl, abutting on land of the abbot in the tillage called 'Akermanlond.' Witnesses:—William de Lullinton, Roger son of Hugh Bryon of Eggelthorp, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 5491. Release by Ralph del Hage, to Sir William de Montekaniso, of all his right in land in Baldeswelle. Foxle, Wednesday before St. Margaret the virgin, 7 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 5492. Grant in frank almoin by Adam son of Sir John de Brauncestre, knight, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of all the land which Agnes Aungre, late the wife of Herbert son of Richard, held as dower in Brauncestre, with the use of one sheepfold. Witnesses:— Sirs John de Ynggoldesthorp, Roger de Toftes, William Rusteyn, Roger de Sancto Martino, knights, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 5493. Grant in frank almoin by William de Insula, with the consent of William his heir, Cicely the grantor's wife, and the rest of his children, to the canons of Christ Church, London, of the laud which Robert de Witecroft held of him in Becham. Witnesses:—Prior Bernard of Dunestaple, Geoffrey, chaplain of the said William, Robert de Cornhello, and others (named). Twelfth century.
[Bedf.]A. 5494. Grant in frank almoin by Sibyl late the wife of Richard de Cadingdon, widow, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of the third part of a messuage, and a croft adjoining, in Barton. Witnesses:—John son of Robert de Pyriton, Alexander de Canvyle, Walter de Pekesden, and others (named). Seal.
[Norf.]A. 5495. Grant by Edmund Percehay of Brancestre, to Peter de Fleckeho, of land in Brancestre, and 1d. yearly rent from land at Bristigate; part of the land lying in Westdele, part at Dockingate, part at Suinecrundel, part at Eldefeld, part in Anomerdele, part at Unspakehel, and part in Beryt. Witnesses:—Sirs William le Moyne, Stephen de Houstone, James Lovel, Nicholas de Dockinge, and others (named).
Norf.A. 5496. Demise by Agnes, relict of Herbert de Brancestre, to Adam son of Sir John de Brancestre, knight, and Emma his wife, of all her dower lands in Brancestre, for a yearly payment of barley and corn. Witnesses:— Gilbert son of Gilbert de Tychewelle, and others (named). [circa 9 Edward I.]
[Norf.]A. 5497. Agreement between Sir W., abbot of Ramsey, and Adam son of John the knight, deceased, of Brauncestre; witnessing that the said abbot is to pay to Adam a specified quantity of corn and barley yearly, during the life of Agnes Aungre, relict of Herbert son of Richard de Brauncestre, the said Adam being bound to the said Agnes in a similar quantity of grain, for her dower land, which Adam bought of Ralph son of Herbert, and gave to the said abbot in frank almoin. Witnesses;—Sirs John de Ingolthorp, Roger de Toftis, William Rustein, and Roger de Sancto Martino, knights, and others (named). 9 Edward I.
[Norf.]A. 5498. Grant in frank almoin by Adam son of Sir John de Brauncestre, knight, to Sir William the abbot, and the convent of Ramsey, of land in Brauncestre, which he bought of Ralph son of Herbert, with the use of a sheepfold, which land Agnes Aungre, mother of Ralph, and wife of the said Herbert son of Richard, deceased, had as dower. Witnesses:— Sirs John de Ingoldethorp, Roger de Toftes, William Rusteyn, Roger de Sancto Martino, knights, and others (named).
Somers.A. 5499. Confirmation by John the prior, and the convent of the apostles Peter and Paul, Bath, to Thomas More, Thomas Overay and Thomas Wander, clerks, John Sterre the elder, Thomas Webbe the elder, and John Houchyn, of their grant to them of a yearly rent from their lands' and tenements in Yevelton, Chelwurth by Pensford, Lemansfeld, Aysshewyke, and Ilwyke, with clause for the payment by the prior and convent, to any one of the grantees coming to Bath to receive the said rent, of any expenses incurred through the delay of the grantors to pay the same, with bond by the grantors for 1,000 marks. 14 August, 21 Edward IV. Five seals and fragment of seal.
Somers.A. 5500. Grant by William Bowreman, clerk, rector of the parish church of Corscombe (Croscombe), to John Delton of Corscome, of licence to live outside the tenement of the said William in Corscombe, now in John's tenure, according to the tenor of an award between the said William and John. 28 December, 36 Henry VIII.