Deeds
A.5601 - A.5700

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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199-212

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'Deeds: A.5601 - A.5700', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 199-212. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64335 Date accessed: 21 November 2014.


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A.5601 - A.5700

[Notts.]A. 5601. Grant by William le Westren of Flintham, to Robert his son, and Alice, daughter of Geoffrey Freman, in free marriage, of land in Flintham, formerly the said Geoffrey's. Witnesses:—Sir John Husee, William de Landford, and others (named).
[Notts.]A. 5602. Grant by William Morin of Flintham, to Sir John Hose, and Agnes his wife, of land in Flintham, part lying 'en le Breck' 'by 'le holgate,' part 'atte castel en le Breekes,' part 'atte redegate en le Breekes,' part 'atte Harecotes,' part 'en Sakerdale,' part 'en liteling,' part 'en Greneholm,' and part on Chabeholm. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Schelton, and others (named).
[Notts.]A. 5603. Release by Robert de Allirton in Flintham, to John Husee, of Flintham, knight, of yearly rents due from Thomas, vicar of Flintham, and others (named), for lands in Flintham, part 'en le mor,' and of all other rents arising from all the tenement in Flintham which was formerly his or his father's. Witnesses:—Master William de Barra, William Colston of Flintham, and others (named). Fragments of seal in small bag.
Leic.A. 5604. Acquittance by Sir Richard Knightley, knight, Valentine Knightley his son and heir, Richard Fenys of Brawghton, co. Oxford, knight, Hierome Farmor of Burcott, co. Northampton, and Nicholas Farmor of Easton, co. Northampton, esquires, to Gabriell Pulteney of Misterton, esquire, for 250l. received by them at the 'most usuall porche' of the parish church of Litturworth, for a half-year's payment of an annuity of 500l. granted to them by Sir Henry Darcie, knight, Dame Kathern his wife, and the said Gabriell, out of capital houses &c. in Mysterton and Pulteney, and lands &c. in the same places and in Misterton cum Fulteney &c. of which premises the said Gabriell is now seized. 26 October, 36 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Two seals.
Warw.A. 5605. Grant and delivery of seisin by Thomas Wightman, son and heir of Richard Wightman of Burbage, co. Leicester, to Henry Wilkinson, chaplain, Edward Povey, bailiff of Eton, John Muston and William Chapleyn, yeomen, of a messuage in Eton, to the use of Isabella Rawlatt of Eton, relict of Richard Rawlatt, and after her death to the grantor's use, in fee. 12 June, 2 Edward VI.
Leic.A. 5606. Acquittance between the same parties as in A. 5604 9 October, 34 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Two seals.
Leic.A. 5607. Draft of lease by Gabriel Poulteney of Misterton, esquire, and John Cope, gentleman, to Edward Howe of Misterton, clerk, for a term of years, of a close of pasture called 'Ferrers close' in Misterton, and one 'little close, backside or orcharde' in the same, 40 Elizabeth. English.
Leic.A. 5608. Sale by Michaell Pultney of Misterton, esquire, to John Bury of Bocheton, yeoman, of land called 'the Parocke' in the parish of Ratbye, and of all his estate in lands &c. in Bocheton and Little Newton, within the said parish. 24 April, 6 Elizabeth. English. Seal.
Leic.A. 5609. Surrender by Robert Wale of Walcott, husbandman, to Sir John Pulteney of Henden, co. Middlesex, knight, of all his estate in a messuage and three yard lands in Walcott, formerly demised by Sir John to the said Robert for the lives of Margaret, Robert's wife, and Luke and Thomas, his sons. 1 May, 13 James I. English. Signed. Names of witnesses.
Leic.A. 5610. Confirmation, for ninety-nine years, by Mighell Pulteney of Misterton, esquire, of a grant made by him in 1 Elizabeth, to Fraunces Bacon of London, esquire, of a yearly rent of 16l. out of the manor or lordship of Mystorton, and out of all messuages, lands &c. belonging to the said manor in Mysterton and Calcott, for the lives of the said Fraunces, and John, Edwarde, and Edmonde, his sons, to be paid at the dwelling-house of Fraunces 'in the precyncte of the late howse called the White Fryers in Flete Strete, in the suburbes of London,' 13 March, 9 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Names of witnesses. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Leic.A. 5611. Duplicate of A. 5607.
N'hamp.A. 5612. Demise by Gabriell Pulteney of Misterton, co. Leicester, esquire, to Thomas Saxton of Lutterworth, co Leicester, tailor, servant of the said Gabriell, for twenty-one years, of a toft or croft 'wherin sometymes a mesuage was erected,' in Lilborne, with all the grantor's other lands there; the said Thomas undertaking to deliver to Gabriell at his chief mansion house in Misterton, within a year, a true terrier (terrure) of the said premises. 12 April, 39 Elizabeth. English. Names of witnesses. Seal.
Leic.A. 5613. Acquittance between the same parties as in A. 5604. 2 May, 42 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Seal.
Leic.A. 5614. Duplicate of A. 5610. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Leic.A. 5615. Indenture witnessing the trusts upon which Gabriel Pulteney of Misterton, has demised to Robert Spencer, son and heir of Sir John Spencer, knight, George Shirley of Astwell, co. Northampton, Thomas Spencer of Clarden, co. Warwick. Thomas Temple, Bassell Fildinge, and John Cope, esquires, and George Cope, gentleman, certain lands called 'Wynterfeilde,' 'Holbecke,' 'Thornebrowe,' 'the Warren,' 'the Coinger,' and 'Sharpehill,' in Misterton and Pulteney, and Misterton cum Pulteney, and the pasture called 'the Higefeilde' in Misterton; viz. in favour of Susan, Dorythie, and Marie, three of the grantor's younger daughters, and of John his son and heir. 25 August, 37 Elizabeth. English. Signed.
Endorsed: 'Names of witnesses.'
[Chesh.]A. 5616. Grant by John Danyell of Derresbury, esquire, to Rondulph Hatton and Henry Senky, churchwardens or reves of Derresbury church, or to their successors, of 20s., for arrears of rent for certain lands belonging to the said church, which he 'of longe tyme' hath occupied without paying rent, to be paid within the next three years; with further grant of 20d. yearly for the said lands, 10 April, 15 Henry VIII. English. Seal.
[Chesh.]A. 5617. Recognisance by William Ravenscrofte of Lincolns Inn, esquire, to the Queen, for 100 marks. Westminster, 24 August, 40 Elizabeth.
Underwritten: Condition of above recognisance witnessing that whereas in a suit between John Ireland, esquire, plaintiff, and John Danyell, esquire, defendant, it was ordered that the defendant should pay certain sums to the above named Mr. Ravenscrofte to the plaintiff's use, part for the tithe corn of the demesne lands in Deresbury and part for costs recovered by the plaintiff's father against the defendant, if the plaintiff shall abide by the order of the court of Chancery upon a new bill to be exhibited by the said defendant against the plaintiff, then the above recognisance shall be void. English. Paper.
Endorsed: Names of Thomas Ireland of Barnards Inn, co. Middlesex, gentleman, and Robert Griffith, of St. Dunstan's parish in 'le West, London,' scrivener.
Lanc.A. 5618. Demise by John Danyell of Darsebury, co. Chester, gentleman, to Robert Jackson of the Wall within the parish of Kyrkham, husbandman, and Robert Hyggynson son of William Hyggynson of Layrbricke, of one mese or tenement with lands &c. in Layrbricke, with the reversion of the same viz. to the said Jackson for sixteen years, and afterwards to the said Hyggynson for sixty years; the said William Hyggynson to be allowed by the grantees to occupy a close called 'the Myddylfeild.' 12 June, 3 & 4 Philip and Mary. Seal.
Essex.A. 5619. Letter of attorney by Thomas Danyell of Derresburye, co. Chester, esquire, cousin and next heir of Kateryn, late the wife of one Froste of the county of Essex, authorising John Danyell, his son and heir, to receive and dispose of all the messuages and lands &c. in Essex or elsewhere in England, inherited by Thomas from the said Kateryn. 18 September, 1 Mary. English. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum that the said Thomas, within twenty days after the recovery of the said lands, shall make to the said John a sufficient assurance thereof in the law. Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5620. Grant by John Danyell of Deresbury, the elder, esquire, to Alice Merbury, daughter of Richard Merbury of Over Walton, gentleman, as jointure, in consideration of her marriage with John Danyell the younger, son and heir of Thomas Danyell, son and heir of the grantor, of his manor or chief messuage called 'the Hall of Deresbury,' together with two tenements and a water mill in Deresbury, and other tenements there called 'Bircheley Wodde,' 'Hall Croft,' 'Lamber Hey,' 'Marled Filde,' 'Hobbe Acre,' 'Grene Hey,' 'Churche Filde,' 'Bothoms,' 'le Markes,' 'le Cliff,' and 'Goldy Croft,' and tenements called 'Grene Hey,' Bircheley Hey,' 'Pele Hey,' 'Brendeyorthe,' and 'Meddowe Plek,' in Neuton by Deresbury, and a parcel of land in Hatton by Deresbury, with remainder in tail, after her decease, to the said John Danyell the younger; with letter of attorney authorising Richard Starky, son and heir of Thomas Starky of Stretton, esquire, and Thomas Grymesdiche, son of Thomas Grymesdiche of Hallom, to deliver seisin 9 December, 33 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of delivery of seisin of the said premises with names of witnesses thereto. English.
Chesh.A. 5621. Demise by John Danyell of Darsburye, esquire, to Henry Harper of Newton near Darsburye, husbandman, for the lives of the said Henry and his natural sons, Thomas and John, of the close called 'The grene hey,' in Newton, with liberty to make marl pits there; rendering yearly 4s., two rent hens, and certain 'bones (boons) and avarages' specified; also letter of attorney authorising Richard Starkye and Hugh Tomlynson of Newton, to deliver seisin. 18 June, 22 Elizabeth, Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5622. Bond by Thomas Danyell of Deresbury, gentleman, son and heir of John Danyell, esquire, to Richard Merbury of Over Walton gentleman, for 200l. 4 December, 33 Henry VIII. Seal.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if Thomas shall suffer to be done all things necessary in law for securing in tail to the use of John, his son and heir, the manor, meases, mill and lands &c. which were of the inheritance of John Danyell, Thomas's father, in Deresbury, Neuton, and Hatton near Deresbury, or elsewhere in England, then the above bond shall be void. English.
Chesh.A. 5623. Mortgage for 7l. by John Danyell of Dersbury, esquire, to Thomas Byrchenhed, of the same, yeoman, for the lives of the grantee and his sons, John and Thomas, of a close called 'the Mylne Ryddinge' in Dersbury, with the marl in the same; also letter of attorney authorising Robert Pickeryn of Halton, yeoman, to deliver seisin. 26 October, 23 Elizabeth. English. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5624. Grant by John Danyell, son and heir of John Danyell of Dersburye, deceased, to Thomas Danyell, his grandfather, for his life, in accordance with an agreement made between them in 7 Elizabeth, of all the grantor's messuages and lands &c. in Darsburye, in the tenure of the said Thomas, with 'howsebote and heybote' in the same, and in other lands &c. in Darsburye, of which the profits are received by the said Thomas; also letter of attorney authorising Thomas Byrchenhed and Richard Starkie to deliver seisin. 1 October, post 7 Elizabeth. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Chesh.A. 5625. Indenture witnessing that for the declaration of the uses of a fine to be levied concerning messuages, cottages, a salt house, and lands &c. in Hunsterton, Hatherton, Duddington alias Derrington, Clutton, Alvandley, Gloverstone, Handbridge, Claverton and Northwich, it is agreed that Richard Massy of Rixton, and James Massy of Hindley, co. Lancaster, esquires, shall be seised of the premises for such uses as Sir Gilbert Ireland, knight, of the Hutt, co. Lancaster, shall declare, and in default of such declaration to the use of Sir Gilbert for ever. 24 April, 20 James I. English. Signed. Fragments of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5626. Bond by John Doune of Utkynton, and Thomas Dutton of Dutton, esquires, Laurence Starky of Northwyche, and Geoffrey Starky of Stretton, gentlemen, to Thomas Danyell, esquire, for 10l. 3 May, 25 Henry VI. Two seals and portions of seal.
Chesh.A. 5627. Mortgage for 8l. by John Danyell of Dersbury, esquire, to John Sutton, the elder, of the same, yeoman, for the lives of the grantee and his natural sons, Thomas and John, of a close called 'the Mylne Ryddinge' in Dersbury; with letter of attorney authorising John Ryder of Preaton, husbandman, and Thomas Danyell, of Dersbury, gentleman, to deliver seisin. 14 March, 26 Elizabeth. English. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5628. Acquittance by John Danyell of Deresbury, to John Birkheved of Crouton, for 20l., the remainder of 40l. for which sura, in addition to 40l. paid by William Wittor, clerk, the said Danyell has sold to the said Birkheved and Wittor, the manor of Doresbury and all his other lands in Deresbury, Newton, Hatton, Hallom, and elsewhere in the county named. Monday after Midsummer day, 29 Henry VIII. English, Seal, defaced.
Chesh.A. 5629. Demise by Anne Danyell, widow, late the wife of John Danyell, esquire, of Deresbury, to Thomas Grymesdiche of Hallom, for seven years, of a close in Deresbury called 'the Brome Filde,' for the rent of one peppercorn; with condition that so long during the said term as Anne shall pay 10s. to the said Thomas, yearly, she is to remain in possession of the said close. 1 April, 35 Henry VIII. English.
[Chesh.]A. 5630. Grant by William de Grymesdiche, to William Danyel of Dersbury, of all his lands &c. in Neuton near Dersbury, with common of pasture. Monday before Christmas day, 2 Henry VI. Portion of seal.
[Lanc.]A. 5631. Grant by William Danyell of Dersbury, to John of Stanley, knight, of the custody of all the lands &c. in Halsnade, sometime belonging to Nicholas the Norres of Halsnade, within the parish of Prestecote, which he held in chief of the said William, in whose hands they now are by reason of the minority of Thomas son of Thomas of Wetherby, cousin and heir of Nicholas, together with the marriage of the said Thomas. Thursday after Midsummer day, 10 Henry V. English.
Chesh.A. 5632. Sale by John Danyell of Derysburye, esquire, to Thomas Mynshull of Erdeswicke, gentleman, of all the tithes of corn and grain collected by the said John in the parish of Mynshull since the first day of June last; also demise for two years of the said tithes at a yearly rent of one peppercorn. 29 October, 17 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5633. Demise by Richard Crymes of Netherwhitley, yeoman, to John Talior of Preston upon the hill, for the remainder of the undermentioned term, of a third part of a close called 'the Cowe hey' in Dersburie, demised to Richard for twenty-one years, in 19 Elizabeth, by John Daniell of Dersburie, esquire. 20 December, 25 Elizabeth. English.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
[Chesh.]A. 5634. Bond by Robert Gernet of Sutton, to Thomas Daniell of Derresbere, for 100s., by which he undertakes to perform the covenants contained in two indentures made between him and the said Thomas Daniell. 12 June, 20 Edward IV. Seal.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Robert perform the covenants contained in a pair of indentures between the above parties, then the above bond shall be void.
Chesh.A. 5635. Agreement between John Daniell of Deresburye, esquire, and the dean and chapter of Christchurch, Oxford, witnessing that whereas the said dean and chapter have demised to the said Daniell for twenty-one years the tithe of corn and grain in Deresbutye, Halton, Astmoore, Sutton, Aston 'there bye,' Aston Graunge, Halton near Deresburye, Over Walton, Nether Walton, Leckewick moore and Preston, the tithe of corn and grain, grass hay, pig, and goose of Thelwall, and the tithe of hay &c. of More Sutton and Lekewick; the said Daniell agrees that the said demise shall not charge the said dean and chapter with any action of covenant &c. and the paid dean and chapter agree not to do anything prejudicial to the said Daniell's estate in the premises. 14 July, 23 Elizabeth. English.
Chesh.A. 5636. Release by Ranulf Maynwaringe of Over Peever, esquire, William Bate, and Ranulph Leiche of the same, yeomen, and George Fearneley of Over Whitley, yeoman, to Robert Bent of Netherknottesford, yeoman, of all their right in all the messuages and lands &c. in Netherknottesford, Overknottesford and Crossetowne of Knottesford, or elsewhere in the county named, in which the said Robert has or had any estate. 20 October, 40 Elizabeth, A.D. 1598. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5637. Grant by Richard de Grey, knight, earl of Kent, lord of Hastings, Wayeford and Rythyn, to William Rychardson of Ayton and Richard his son, of a messuage and adjacent lands in Ryscheton and Ayton viz. fields called 'Asschefyld,' 'Wynterford,' 'le Sowchus' and 'le 'Bulthurst,' a pasture called 'le Oxe Hey,' a yearly rent from the broad meadow, and the field called 'le Cokkersfyld'; with letter of attorney authorising Ralph Beeston to deliver seisin. The manor of Amtyll, 14 March, A.D. 1500, 15 Henry VII.
Chesh.A. 5638. Release by Thomas Danyell, son and heir apparent of John Danyell of Deresbury, esquire, to his father, of all his right in the reversion of all the manors, messuages, mills &c. in Deresbury, Neuton, and Hatton near Deresbury, which he might inherit after his said father's death. 1 December, 33 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Boll in Easter, 10 Elizabeth.
Chesh.A. 5639. Demise by the Dean and Chapter of Christchurch, Oxford, to Sir Rondle Brereton of Malpasse, knight, and John Egerton of Oulton, esquire, for twenty-one years, of tithes in Over Runcorne, Nether Runcorne, Clifton demesne, Aston demesne, Norton, Stockham, Midleton Grange, Nawgars field, Over Walton, Nether Walton, Halton, Astonmore alias Astmore, Aston Grange and Aston Towne, and of such parts of the demesne lands of Dutton as are in the rectory and parish of Runcorne, also their tithes 'of pigge and goose' in Moore Keckewick, Daresbury, Acton Grange, Halton, Astmore, Over Walton, Nether Walton, Sutton, Aston, Midleton Grange, Aston, Aston Grange, Preston, Hatton, Over Runcorne, Nether Runcorne, Norton and Stockham, with all their tithes of fish and fishings within the said rectory, with tithe of woods, and all 'mortuaries' yearly happening in the said rectory, and such parts of the Easter Book and Lent Roll as are not the property of the vicar of Runcorne. 10 July, 36 Elizabeth. English. Paper copy.
Chesh.A. 5640. Grant by John Danyell of Deresbury, esquire, to William Wittour, clerk, doctor of laws, and John Birkheved of Crouton, of all his manors, messuages &c. in Deresbury, Halom, Newton and Hatton near Deresbury or elsewhere in the county named; with letter of attorney authorising Edward Meiryk of Codynton, and Hamo Dychefeld, gentlemen, to deliver seisin of the premises. 22 July, 26 Henry VIII. Cancelled.
Endorsed: 'The deade of gifte of John Daniell the eldr to the morgages.'
Chesh.A. 5641. Bond by Thomas Danyell of Dersburye, gentleman, to John Danyell of the same, for 200l. 2 June, 5 Edward VI. Seal.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond, witnessing that if the said Thomas shall obey the award of certain arbitrators, named, concerning all disputes between the said parties, then the above bond shall be void. English.
Chesh.A. 5642. Grant by Thomas Danyell, esquire, to John Donne of Utkynton, esquire, of the wardship of the lands of James Bruyn late of Stapilford, deceased, with the marriage of the heir of the said James, which wardship and marriage have been granted by the king to the said Thomas. 3 May, 25 Henry VI. Seal.
Chesh.A. 5643. Demise by John Danyell son and heir apparent of Thomas Danyell of Deresbury, gentleman, and Ales Merbury daughter of Richard Merbury of Overwalton, gentleman, to William Sutton of Deresbury and John Harper of Neuton near Deresbury, for twenty years, of closes in Deresbury called respectively 'the Bothoms,' 'the Churche Filde' and 'the Markes' and a close in Neuton aforesaid called 'the Grene Hey.' 1 May, 34 Henry VIII. English.
Chesh.A. 5644. Release by Thomas Webster of Deresbury, gentleman, to John Danyell of Deresbury, esquire, of all actions &c. 20 November, 10 Elizabeth. Seal.
Underwritten: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5645. Demise by John Mynshull of Mynshull, esquire, to Thomas Pownall of the same, husbandman, for his life, and that of Alice his wife, and John their son, of a messuage and cottage in Mynshull, with land there in the field called 'the echowes,' and three quarters 'of a day math of medowynge' in the town meadow of Mynshull, the grantee to permit Robert Ryle, the younger, to enjoy the said land and 'medowynge' during such term as his brother, Sir Charles Ryle, has interest in the tenement at 'the woodgrene'; with letter of attorney authorising Christopher Frogge to deliver seisin. 10 October, 9 Elizabeth. English. Seal.
Chesh.A. 5646. Demise by John Danyell of Daresburye, esquire, to Thomas Danyell of the same, gentleman, for twelve years, of the manor or capital messuage of Daresburye; if the said John shall pay 4l. to the said Thomas within the said term, he may resume possession. 5 April, 8 Elizabeth. English. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Chesh.A. 5647. Bond by Thomas Danyell of Daresburye, gentleman, to John Danyell of the same, gentleman, for 600l. 17 October, 6 Elizabeth.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Thomas shall observe the articles of a bill indented, of even date, then the above bond shall be void. English.
[Chesh.]A. 5648. Indenture between William Wever 'of the Mydilwich,' On the one part, and Rondulf Baskervyle and Agnes his wife, on the other part, witnessing that the said Rondulf and Agnes undertake not to prevent their own lands &c. or those of Rondulf's father, William Baskervyle, from descending in tail to William Baskervyle, son of the said Rondulf, and in default of issue to the right heirs of Rondulf, who is to be at liberty to make a demise of lands &c. by a date specified to the yearly value of 5 marks, for a term of twelve years; if Rondulf make any bargain of the said 5 marks, the said Wever shall have the said bargain 'paying therefore as another man will give.' 4 June, Edward V. English. Seal, injured.
Chesh.A. 5649. Grant by Thomas Hallum of Newton, gentleman, to John Danyell, esquire, son and heir of William Danyell, lord of Deresburye, for his life, and to Jonetta, his wife, the grantor's daughter, in tail, of a messuage in Newton and all his lands there called 'le Pelecroft,' 'Brend Garth,' 'Pryors Feild,' 'les Holtes,' 'Oxehey,' 'Hamondes Heyes,' and 'Hallum meadowes 'viz. 'le Greate meadowe,' 'le Lyttle meadowe,' and 'le Upper meadowe,' together with 'le Grenehey,' 'Byrchleyhey' and 'Pyckeringes Heyes'; also another messuage &c. in Newton, and land called 'le meane hey' in Hatton by Deresburye; with remainder to the right heirs of the grantor. Witnesses:—Richard and Edmund Danyell, knights, brothers of the said William, and others (named). 1 March, 1 Henry VI. Seal of arms.
Endorsed: 'An entaile dede fro[m] Hallum to Danyers.'
Chesh. Lanc.A. 5650. Bond by John Danyell, gentleman, of Deresbury, son and heir of Thomas Danyell, late of the same, deceased, to Sirs Robert Danyell and William Torbok, knights, and others, named, for 500l. for the observance of certain conditions contained in a grant by him to the other parties of the manor of Deresbury, with all his lands &c. in Deresbury and Upper Walton, co. Chester, and in Eccleston, Sutton, Raynehull and Larebrygge, co. Lancaster &c. 12 December, 14 Henry VII. English.
Chesh.A. 5651. Release by Ellen Farer of Acton, widow, to John Danyell of Daresburie, of all debts &c. 3 July, 31 Elizabeth. English. Paper. Seal.
Chesh.A. 5652. Demise by John Danyell the elder, son and heir apparent of Thomas Danyell of Derusburie, esquire, to Humfrey Penketh of the same, Webster, and Mergerie his wife, for their lives, of a messuage and lands &c. in Derusburye, and all his portion of a pasture called 'the Meane Heye' in Halton. 10 May, 6 Edward VI. English. Signed. Fragment of seal.
Flint.A. 5653. Release by Margery, daughter of Llewellyn Vaghan ap Jevan ap Llewelyn, relict of Jankyn ap Jevan ap David, widow, to Gregory ap David Annoill ap Jevan ap David, clerk, of all her right of dower in a messuage and lands in Kilowayn in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph, which Gruffith ap Jankyn ap Jevan, son of the said Margery, has granted to the said Gregory. Friday after St. Anne, 5 Henry VII. Portion of seal.
Flint.A. 5654. Demise by Peires Mostyn of Talacrey, esquire, to Roger Mostyn, gentleman, for twenty-one years, of a water corn mill called 'Melyn Byghton' in Byghton; Roger undertaking to give to the said Peires 'the keepinge of one hounde, grey hounde or spaniel, if any be sent unto him during the said terme.' 10 December, 32 Elizabeth. English Signed. Fragments of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Flint.A. 5655. Release by Thomas Geffray, kinsman and heir of Geoffrey ap Gregor ap Gruffith, to Alice, daughter of Gruffith ap Res, wife of Fulk ap Thomas, of all his right in lands &c. in Kylowen, Brynpolyn, Talarth and Gwernglefryd which Gregory ap David Annoill, clerk, granted to the said Geoffrey ap Gregor. 8 March, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Seal.
Flint.A. 5656. Grant by Deicus ap Eign' ap Jevan, free tenant in Westbury, in the commote of Prestaton, to David ap Jevan ap Deicus, of land in Westbury, part abutting on the wallic' called 'Mach ir oen,' part called 'Daw gefn in y Berth loid,' part called 'Trikefn in y Berth loid,' and part being the grantor's purparty of land called 'Garth y berth loid,' also a moiety of all his land in the places called 'Maes y Chwerwiva' and 'y Gors.' Monday before St. Lawrence, 8 Edward IV. Portion of seal.
Annexed: Copy of entry on the roll of the sessions held at Flint before Thomas, lord of Stanley, justice of Chester, on Thursday before St. Lawrence, 8 Edward IV, of the petition of the above grantee for licence to acquire the said land, to hold of the king, as earl of Chester, and of the said justice's consent.
Flint.A. 5657. Grant by David ap Jevan ap Deicus, free tenant in Brynpolyn in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph, to Gregory ap David Annoill, clerk, of all his lands, rents and services &c. in Brynpolyn. Thursday after the Assumption, 11 Henry VII.
Flint.A. 5658. Mortgage by John Hope of Broughton, esquire, to Peires Moston of Talacrey, esquire, of five messuages with lands &c. in Gronaunt and Prestaton. 10 May, 34 Elizabeth. English.
Flint.A. 5659. Release by Ken' ap David ap Gruffith of Ewaynystor, and Henry his son and heir, to Peter Mostyn, esquire, of all their right in all the messuages and lands &c. in Gronant and Kelston, which the said Peter lately acquired from the said Ken' by way of mortgage. 5 July, 11 Elizabeth. Portion of seal.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Flint.A. 5660. Release by Res and Deio, sons of Mad' ap Mered' ap Ken', to Eden and Jevan, sons and heirs of David ap Med' ap Jorum Goz, of Llannelwy, of all their right in land in a place called 'Cae Ken' duy,' in Llannelwy, in the hamlet of Brynpolyn, in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph, and which their said father granted in A.D. 1432 to David the father of the said Eden and Jevan. Sunday before the Annunciation, 35 Henry VI.
Flint.A. 5661. Release by Margaret daughter of David ap Meredithe, and wife of Ithell ap Howell, to Gregory ap David Annoill, clerk, of all her right in the lands and tenements &c. in Brynpolyn and Gwernglefritt in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph, which John ap Ithell ap Howell granted to the said Gregory. 5 August, 21 Henry VII.
Flint.A. 5662. Grant by John ap Res ap Kenet, proprietor in Cwesper, to Peter ap Richard ap Hoell, of all his messuages and lands &c. in Cwesper. 8 April, 32 Henry VIII.
Underwritten: 'per me Ranulphum Lloyd.'
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment at the General Sessions held at Flint, on Thursday, 13 October, 34 Henry VIII.
Flint.A. 5663. Grant, in tail, by Edward ap Jevan ap Deicus, free tenant in Kelston and Gwesbur', in the commote of Prestaton, to Harry ap Edward ap Jevan, his son, after the grantor's decease, of all his messuages and lands &c. in Kelston and Gwesbur', with remainder to the grantor's right heirs. Saturday before Christmas, A.D. 1511. Portion of seal.
Flint.A. 5664. Grant by John ap Jankyn ap Jollyn, free tenant in Kyloweyn, in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph to Gregory ap David Annoile, clerk, of land in Kiloweyn, lying between the common land called 'Gwayn Kilowen' and the stream called 'y Ravon vechan.' Saturday after St. Hilary, 16 Henry [VII ?]. Portion of seal.
Flint.A. 5665. Demise by Gruff[ith] ap Rys ap Sir David, to Robert ap Jevan ap Robyn, of land in Kylowen in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph, part called 'Tythin David,' between a place called 'Mays ywayn' and a close called 'Gay Kynan,' and part commonly called 'Garth Geffre,' together with other land lying within 'Ie Tithin David.' Last day of September, 14 Henry VIII.
Flint.A. 5666. Letter of attorney by Roger Leche, knight, authorising William Lecche to deliver to John de Helegh and Cicely his wife, seisin of all Roger's lands and tenements in the bailiwick (ringildia) of Kylkeyn, which he lately acquired from the king, while prince of Wales and earl of Chester, and which had belonged to Gruff[ith] Lloyt ap David ap Jorum Says. Flynt, 11 September, 2 Henry V.
Flint.A. 5667. Grant by Gregory ap David Annwyll, clerk, free tenant in Brynpolyn and Gwernglevryd in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph, to Gruff[ith] ap Res ap Sir David, of all his messuages and lands &c. in Brynpolyn and Gwernglevryd. 8 March, 2 Henry VIII.
Flint.A. 5668. Release by Thomas Griffith, son and heir of Hugh Griffith, late of Hollywell, deceased, to William Mostyn of Bagillt, gentleman, of all his right in a messuage in Hollywell, with a parcel of garden adjoining, and other lands there. A.D. 1635.
Flint.A. 5669. Release by Hugh Gruff' ap John ap Res of Talar, yeoman, to Peter Foulkes, kinsman and next heir of Fulk ap Thomas ap Grono, gentleman, of all his right in land in Talar adjoining land called 'Acker Blethyn,' the water of Elwy, and the common road leading from the bridge called 'y pompren Karreg' to 'y Roo,' which land, Hugh's father, Gruffin ap John ap Res, deceased, mortgaged for 6l. to the said Fulk. 24 January, 40 Elizabeth, A.D. 1597.
Flint.A. 5670. Sale by Rees ap Richard ap Rees ap Eden, free tenant in Llyssycoed, to Peter Mostyn, esquire, and John ap Ithell ap John, of a tenement with lands and woods &c. in Llyssycoed. 7 May, 8 Elizabeth.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to deed and to delivery of seisin.
Flint.A. 5671. Grant by Rys ap David ap Jevan and his wife Katherine verch Rys ap Jevan Goz, free tenants in Gwesbyr', to John ap Rys ap David ap Jevan, their son, of lands and tenements &c. in Gwesbyr' in the commote of Prestatyn, 23 June, 28 Henry VIII.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
Flint.A. 5672. Release by Lewis ap Res ap David ap Jevan, to Peter Mostyn alias ap Richard ap Howell, of all his right in all his lands and tenements in Gwespir in the commote of Prestaton. 20 March, 37 Henry VIII. Seal.
Flint.A. 5673. Grant by Llenkn verch Jevan ap Ken' ap Jevan, widow, free tenant in Brynpolyn, in the lordship of the bishop and chapter of St. Asaph, to Gruff[ydd] ap Mad[oc] ap Jevan ap Rririt, of all her share in two closes in Brynpolyn, one called 'Cae y pruddyn' in the hamlet of Llanelwy by the land called 'Caer Pyrnhawn' and the other called 'Cae moriddic' by the land called 'Llety byll.' Sunday before Michaelmas, 9 Henry VI. Seal.
Underwritten: Memorandum that the said Lleuku has demised to the said Gruff[ydd] ap Mad[oc] all her lands &c. in Brynpolyn to be held under the same form as they were held by the grantor after her father.
Flint.A. 5674. Bond by David ap Jevan ap Dicus ap Mad[oc], to Gregory ap David Annoill ap Jevan ap David, clerk, for 43 marks. Michaelmas, 8 Henry VII.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said David shall not interrupt the said Gregory in his occupation of the lands &c. conveyed to him by the said David by 'his dede of pride' in Brynpolyn in the lordship of the bishop, and dean and chapter, of St. Asaph, then the above bond shall be void. English.
Flint.A. 5675. Grant by Henry ap Res ap Jevan ap Ithell of Creythyn, clerk, to Peter Mostyn, esquire, of a yearly rent of 4s. 4d. from a tenement and lands in Coelllay in the lordship of Mohuntisdale. 12 May, 4 & 5 Philip and Mary. Signed.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.
[Notts.]A. 5676. Grant by Robert son of Richard at the head of the town (ad caput ville) of Flintham, to John de Elleton in Flintham, and Agatha his wife, of land in the meadow of Flintham, in Kerfurlong, adjoining the meadow of the abbot of Welebeck. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Selton, Geoffrey de Gorham, and others (named). Seal.
Flint.A. 5677. Grant by Gregory ap David Annoill, clerk and free tenant in Kilowayn, Brynpolyn, Talarth, and Gwernglefride, in the lordship of the bishop and dean and chapter of St. Asaph, to Geoffrey ap Gregor ap Gruff[ydd] clerk, of all his lands &c. in the said places. Thursday after St. Barnabas, 22 Henry VII.
[N'hamp.]A. 5678. Demise by Roger and Nicholas, sons of Edmund de Watford, to Nicholas Hill of Welton, of a messuage and land in Watford which John Golafre formerly held in villenage from the said Edmund. Tuesday, the feast of St. Vincent, 26 Edward III.
Berks.A. 5679. Release by Edmund Chaterton, clerk, John Langham, burgess and 'iremonger' of Redyng, Thomas Besteney and William Aspull, to Alexander Sydenham, esquire, and Agnes his wife, of all their right in three tenements in the street called 'le Newstrete,' in Redyng, adjoining the lane called 'le Gutterlane.' 28 June, 5 Henry VII. Three seals.
Berks.A. 5680. Demise by Edmund Chaterton, clerk, William Herte, citizen and clothier (pannarius) of London, John Bakester, Richard Cleche, and Henry Kelsale, to Alexander Sydenham, esquire, and Agnes his wife, of three tenements &c. in Reding, in the street called 'le Newstrete,' adjoining the lane called 'le Goturlaue,' which the grantors lately had of the gift of John Langham of Reding 'iremonger.' 26 June, 5 Henry VII. Five seals, one broken.
Berks.A. 5681. Grant by John Langham of Redyng, 'iremonger' to Edmund Chaterton, clerk, William Hert, citizen and clothier of London, John Baxster, Richard Cleche and Henry Kelsale, of three tenements, with curtilages and gardens, in Redyng, in the street called 'le Newstrete' adjoining the lane called 'Gutterlane'; the said Richard Cleche then being mayor of Redyng. 28 July, 4 Henry VII. Seal.
[Berks.]A. 5682. Award by John Heyron and Edmund Chaterton, priest, arbitrators in a dispute between Alexander Sydenham and John Langeham, 'iremonger,' relative to lands and tenements in Redyng, witnessing that having heard the parties on the 26 June, 5 Henry VII., they award the said lands to Alexander Sydenham who is to pay to John Langeham, 23l. 6s. 8d. English. Seal.
Berks.A. 5683. Demise by John Langham, burgess and 'iremonger' of Reding, Thomas Besteney and William Aspull, to Alexander Sydenham, esquire, and Agnes his wife, of the premises described in A. 5679. which the grantors, with Roger Pye, deceased, had of the grant of William Norrys, knight; with letter of attorney authorising Robert Brylle and Richard Playcy to deliver seisin. 22 June, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
[Berks.]A. 5684. Demise by Roger Pye, Thomas Besteney and William Aspull, to John Langham of Redyng, 'irmongere,' and Joan Wheteley of Chesham, co. Bucks, widow, of all their lands &c. in Redyng which they, with the said John Langham, lately had of the gift of William Norreis, knight, the said John having released all his right therein to the present grantors; with letter of attorney authorising William Beynton and William Buck to deliver seisin. 20 March, 1 Richard III. Three seals, one broken.
[Berks.]A. 5685. Duplicate of A. 5684. Three seals, one broken.
Berks.A. 5686. Letter of attorney by William Norreis, knight, authorising Richard Carpenter and William Neleson to deliver [seisin] to John Langham of Redyng, burgess and 'irmongere', Roger Pye, Thomas Besteney, and William Aspull, of all the lands &c. in Redyng which the said William Norreis lately had of the release of William Edmond of Wellys, co. Somerset, gentleman, who had them of the grant of Thomas Clerk of Redyng, draper. Yatynden, 19 March, 19 Edward IV. Portion of seal.
Berks.A. 5687. Grant by William Norreis, knight, to John Langham, burgess and 'irmongere' of Redyng, Roger Pye, Thomas Besteney and William Aspull of all the lands &c. in Reding which he has of the release of William Edmonde of Wellys, co. Somerset, gentleman, and which the said William Edmonde had of the grant of Thomas Clerke late of Redyng, draper. Yatynden, 19 March, 19 Edward IV. Seal of arms.
[Berks.]A. 5688. Letter of attorney by William Eadmud of Welles, co. Somerset, authorising John Langeham of Redyng, to receive possession of lands and tenements &c. lately belonging to Thomas Clerk of Redyng, draper. 19 June, 10 Edward IV. Injured. Seal.
BerksA. 5689. Release by William Edmounde of Wellis, co. Somerset, gentleman, to William Noreys, knight, of all his right in all the lands and tenements, &c. in Redyng which he lately had of the gift of Thomas Clerke, late of Redyng, draper. 7 July, 18 Edward IV. Injured. Fragments of seal.
[Berks.]A. 5690. Bond by William Edmounde of Wellis, CO. Somerset, gentleman, to William Noreys, knight, for 100l. 7 July, 18 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Edmounde shall deliver to the said Noreys all the deeds belonging to the lands and tenements &c. late belonging to Thomas Clerke, draper, of Redyng, and specially a grant, dated 5 Edward IV, by the said Thomas to the said Edmounde, then the above bond shall be void. 7 July, 18 Edward IV.
Berks.A. 5691. Grant by Thomas Clerke of Redyng, draper, to William Edmounde of Wellys, co. Somerset, gentleman, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Redyng, or elsewhere in England. Amersham, Friday before the Purification, 5 Edward IV. Seal.
Surrey.A. 5692. Grant by Thomas Dallett of Barmonzey, yeoman, to Frauncis Wylmore of the parish of St. George the martyr, Southwark, innholder, of two little messuages or tenements adjoining a messuage known by the sign of 'the Trowell,' in Longelane, in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, which the said Wylmore lately purchased from the said Dallett. 9 October, 26 Elizabeth. A.D. 1584. Signed. Underwritten: Names of witnesses.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses to delivery of seisin.
Annexed: Bond by the said Thomas to the said Francis for 80l. 9 October, 26 Elizabeth. Portion of seal. Underwritten: Names of witnesses.
Endorsed: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Thomas shall observe the covenants of a pair of indentures of even date, made between himself and the said Francis, then the above bond shall be void. English.
[Surrey.]A. 5693. Grant by Adrian le Poleter and Emma his wife, sister of the late Henry Attemade, to Elias Russel, citizen of London, and Juliana his wife, of land in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene, Beremundes[eye], adjoining land of the prior of Bermundes[eye] called 'Reyneresfeld,' and abutting on the street called 'Le Gorestrate.' Two seals.
[Bedf.]A. 5694. Acquittance by the prior and convent of Merton, co. Surrey, to William Stanford of Meperdesale, for 26s. 8d. yearly rent for land in Meperdesale (Meppershall). 1 October, 22 Henry VI.
Surrey.A. 5695. Defeasance of a bond by William Mareys of Micham, to Henry de Strete, citizen and vintner of London, for 100l. witnessing that if the said Henry may quietly hold, for twenty-five years, certain lands and tenements in Micham, Wykeford, Wendlesworthe, and Kersalton, according to the form of a grant and indentures made between the said Henry and William, and Alice, William's wife, and if William do not alienate the reversion of the said lands &c. and do not grant them to anyone in disturbance of his own heirs, then the said bond shall be void. London 1 February, 23 Edward III. Seal.
[Surrey.] Cornw.A. 5696. Grant by . . . . . ., with the consent of Clarice, his wife and heir, to Robert de Tintagel, in free marriage with Sarah, the grantor's daughter, of all his land of Camerwelle, and all his holding in Cornwall; if the grantor cannot warrant the said land, he will give an exchange of equal value, in his manor of Holo . . . . . . Witnesses:—Philip de Legh, Simon de Pino, and others (named). Much injured. Fragment of seal.
Surrey.A. 5697. Indenture of apprenticeship of Robert Gavill son of Robert Gavill of Cobham, gentleman, to John Archer, citizen and fishmonger of London, for eight years, 'The honorable Edward Osborne then beinge lorde maior' of London. 5 December, 26 Elizabeth. A.D. 1583. Signed. English.
[Kent.] [Essex.]A. 5698. Decree by brother Peter, prior of the church of Suthwerk, in the diocese of Winchester, appointed judge by the pope in a cause between the abbot and convent of the monastery of Lesnes in the diocese of Rochester, and Sir John, perpetual vicar of the church of Reygham in the diocese of London, relative to a pension of 2 marks, ordering the said vicar to pay the said pension to the said abbot and convent. 9 December A.D. 1325. Paper.
Surrey.A. 5699. Indenture between Elizabeth Scotte, daughter of William Scott late of Peckham in the parish of Camerwell, gentleman, deceased, on the one part, and Roberte Scotte, son and heir of the said William, on the other part, witnessing that whereas John Croftes of Streatham, yeoman, granted a messuage and garden in Peckham Rye, in the said parish, to the said William and to Raffe Ode of the same, yeoman, in fee, to the use of the said John, for his life, with remainders in tail to the use of the said Elizabeth, and Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Ode of Dulwiche in the said parish, with remainder to the use of the right heirs of the said John, it is agreed by the said parties that the said Elizabeth Scotte is seised in fee tail of the said premises, and shall, by a date specified, suffer the said Robert, or others to be named by Anne Scott, Elizabeth's mother, to recover the said premises by a common recovery, to the use of the said Elizabeth Scotte in fee. 10 May, 31 Elizabeth. English. Names of witnesses. Seal.
Surrey.A. 5700. Demise by Roberte Gavell of Coveham (sic) gentleman, and Dorothie, his wife, to William Sewer of Fetcham, miller, for twentyone years, of their mills called 'Cobham Myll' in Cobham viz. one corn mill and one malt mill 'being under one rofe,' with all waters, fishings in the 'mylbaie,' ponds, wharfs &c. belonging thereto. Christmas day, 15 Elizabeth. English.
Endorsed: Names of witnesses.