Deeds
C.3101 - C.3200

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1900

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329-340

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'Deeds: C.3101 - C.3200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 3 (1900), pp. 329-340. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64348 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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C.3101 - C.3200

[Suff ?]C. 3101. Grant by John de Manerio, lord of Aysshe, to Henry de la Lyegh, rector of Aysshe, of common of pasture on all his demesne lands for fifty ewes, fifty sheep, three bullocks, two cows, and twenty hogs for his life; no succeeding rector to have any claim to the same. Witnesses:—Hugh de Roches, Roger Lancelenee, knights, and others (named).
[Bedf.]C. 3102. Grant by Nicholas Pipard of Blechesho, to tbo master and brethren of the hospital of Holy Trinity without Norhampton, in frankalmoin, of land in Risl[ey] and Bollinho. Witnesses:—Sir Nicholas, parson of Blecheso, Ralph and John de Bollenho, and others (named). Imperfect. Fragment of seal.
[Suff.]C. 3103. Grant by Alan Nerbold of Wystone, to Robert Mordel of 'la Neylond,' and Alice his wife, of a right of way by day and night through the lane leading from Portewey to the heath called 'Levenheyheth.' Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Horkesley, and others (named). Neylond, Tuesday before the Annunciation, 19 Edward I. Much injured.
Oxford.C. 3104. Release by Emma de la Mare, late the wife of Sir Hugh de la Mare, knight, and daughter of the late William de Morvilla, widow to Andrew le Blunt and Ellen his wife, Emma's daughter, of all her right in Kyngeston manor in the parish of Acon St. Helen. Witnesses:—Sirs Alan son of Enald, Thomas de Breuce, knights, and others (named).
[Norf.]C. 3105. Release by Joan, daughter of Thomas Gerberge, knight to Sir Walter de Calthorp, William his son, and the latter's heirs, of all her right in 10l. yearly rent issuing from tenements of the late William Gerberge, her grandfather, in Sithyngg, Mundham, Thqweyt, and other adjacent towns, which tenements Sir Walter holds in fee farm from her said father. Witnesses:—Sir John le Breton, and others (named). Norwich, Thursday after the Epiphany, 31 Edward [I].
[Essex.]C. 3106. Grant by Nicholas de Holecumbe, to John son of Simon de Cleyore, and Alice his wife, of land upon Rikelinge and in 'le Henepycrofte.' Cleyore, St. Peter ad vincula, . . . Imperfect.
[York.]C. 3107. Release by Drugo de H . . ., to [Isabella ?] de Vescy, of all fees, customs and services due to him, which he formerly held in S. . . . of Sir William de Vescy, her late husband; of which fees the prioress and convent of Thetingham and the prior and convent of Malton and others (named) were the tenants. Witnesses:—Sirs Robert the Constable, John de Hawelton, Nicholas de Grendal, knights, Sir William de Bubwid, chaplain, and others (named). Injured.
[Essex.]C. 3108. Grant by William son of John of Great Louthon, to John . ., of land in Northeyfeld in the town of Bolitone in the parish of Huggele, part abutting on the road which leads to Neuport. Saturday the feast of St. Barnabas, 23 Edward [I]. Imperfect.
[Hants.] [Wilts.]C. 3109. Grant by Matilda, late the wife of William Pryor, of Overton, widow, to Sir John Randolf, knight, and Joan his wife, of all lands and tenements in the borough of Overton and in Polhampton and Qwedhampton which she inherited on the death of John, son of Peter Josep, her brother, with the dowers when they fall in. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Popham, John de Basynges, John de Dummere, knights, and others (named).
[Bedf.]C. 3110. Grant by William de Faudo, son of Simon de Faudo, to Robert, son of William Petifer, of Scharpenho, of a messuage and land in West Hide in Luyton parish, part lying in the field called 'Payshullefeld,' and part abutting on the road to St. Albans; and of 2d. yearly rent issuing from land in the same place. Witnesses:—William Payn, Simon de Poresleye, and others (named). Thirteenth century. Injured.
[Somers.]C. 3111. Letters patent by Walter de Gloucestr[ia], the king's escheator on this side of Trent, notifying that he has sold to Thomas de Lude for 8 marks the marriage of John son of John de Pavely, deceased, who held of the king in capite. London, 12 May, 27 Edward [I].
[Suff.]C. 3112. Grant by Sir John de Hudebovil, to William de Feypo and Amice his wife, for their homages and 20 marks, of land of the tenement formerly Hugh Mariote's in Aketone, with a croft called 'Wateres Pictel,' land in Estfeld, and the homages and rents paid by the tenants named, paying 8s. 4d. yearly. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh Thalemache, Baldewyn de Stokes, Robert de Brikebec, and others (named).
[York.]C. 3113. Grant by Richard son of John de Pul of Cutheworth, to Thomas Belle of Elmesale, living in Cuthworth, of land in Cuthworth, part lying upon Balderode, land that Joan his mother held as dower, part upon 'le Kyrketoftes,' part upon 'le Longspyrt,' part at 'le Hollegate,' part in Oldfeld, in a place called 'Seghesyke,' part in Peniale and part between the bridges; and of a yearly rent of 4s. 6d. to be received from the tenants named for tenements in Cutheworthe. Witnesses:—John de Flintyl, Richard de Monkebretton, and others (named).
[Wilts.]C. 3114. Grant by master John le Flemyngs, to Stephen . . . ., of all his tenement in Hakeneston. Witnesses:—Sirs Ingylram Beneger, John de . . ., of Estcote, knights, and others (named). Friday the feast of St. Andrew the apostle, 1 Edward I. Much injured.
[Suff.]C. 3115. Grant by James de Hodebovile, to Richard, son of Walter Batecoc, of Aketun, of land in Aketun, in a field called 'Stonidole' (?). Witnesses:—Richard Sueting, and others (named). Much injured.
[Wilts.]C. 3116. Grant by John Pers, to Nicholas Pers, his brother, of a messuage and garden without the south gate of the borough of Dounheved, by the road [to the wood (?)] called 'Ridisgrave,' and the road by the croft called 'le Hillestych.' Witnesses:—Adam Kech, mayor of the said borough, and others (named).
[Suff.]C. 3117. Demise by Roger de Hodebovyle, to Sir Robert de Bures, knight, and Hillary his wife, for their lives, of Aketone manor, saving the homage and service of Thomas de Chasteleyn, and certain land specified. Fragment.
[Suff.]C. 3118. Grant by . ., to Robert . . ., Alice his wife and Edmund their son, of land [probably in Suffolk]. Witnesses:—Baldwyn de Stoke, Robert de Bures, and others (named). Fragment. Portion of seal.
[N'hamp.]C. 3119. Declaration by Ralph de Trublevill and Alice his wife that whereas they have built a hospital with a chapel at Armeston on their own ground, by authority of Hugh the second [of that name] bishop of Lincoln, they have obtained the assent of Robert, the Fleming (Flandrensis), the patron and parson of the church of Pokebroc, on the conditions laid down in the deed herein recited; for fulfilment of which they hereby submit themselves to ecclesiastical compulsion. [c. A.D. 1230.] Fragment.
[Bedf.]C. 3120. Grant by Matthew de Bayfeld of Dunstaple, clerk, to Gregory Sawine of Houtone, of land in Houtone, parts lying in the north field at Borhamforlong and Nynaker extending northwards upon Haselgraveforlong, and beyond Fancotepath, and parts in the little field, at Poleynnescrouch &c. with meadow at Podele extending northwards upon the pasture of the lord of Eyton &c. St. Peter ad vincula, 32 Edward I. Injured.
Dorset. [Middx.]C. 3121. Bond by John Goky of Bridport, co. Dorset, chapman, to John Pytman and Thomas Catworth, citizens and grocers of London, for 8l. 13s. 4d. to be paid at Midsummer day next. 23 April, 5 Henry V.
[Bucks.]C. 3122. Grant by Thomas de Stonore, esquire, to Robert, bishop of Salisbury, Thomas Chaucer, John Golafre, Hamo Bealknapp, and John Warefelde, of the reversion of the manor of Beerton by Aillesbury, which manor Nicholas Monketon had for life of the grant of Thomas's father Sir Ralph de Stonore, and which for some offences is seized into the king's hands, who has granted it to William Pekke for Nicholas's life. 6 December 3 Henry V.
Glouc.Endorsed: Memorandum of grant by T[homas] S[tonore], to the above feoffees, of his manors of Harnehull, Bourton in Henemerssh, Condicote, and Hembury in Saltmerssh, with advowsons of the churches of Harenhull Bourton and Condicote. Witnesses:—Thomas, lord of Berkeley, and others (named). 3 August, 3 Henry V.
[Warw.]C. 3123. Grant by William Hincokes of Litelalne, to John Gylbard of Lyndon, and Ellen his wife, for the latter's life, of 20s. yearly rent issuing from the grantor's lands and tenements in Lapworthe. Witnesses: —Robert Dawncer, vicar of the church of Zerdeley and others (named). Thursday the feast of St. Ambrose, 11 Henry IV.
[Dorset.]C. 3124. Acquittance by Thomas Pymore, to Thomas Stykelane, for 30s. yearly rent in Pymore for Easter term next. 12 October, 1 Henry V.
Glouc.C. 3125. Conveyance by Thomas Stonore of the county of Oxford to John Yeman of Hembury hundred, and Alice his wife, for their lives, of a tenement and land in Byllesham in the salt marsh, within the said hundred, paying 18s. yearly; with remainder to William their son for his life. 24 September, 7 Henry V.
[ ]C. 3126. Agreement between Richarde, late the wife of Nicholas Trevelwyth, and William Tregos, in the king's chancery before the bishop of Winchester, chancellor of England, touching the former's complaint by bill in chancery against William, as to the title of certain lands and tenements; viz. that the said Richarde shall be restored to possession, and William shall find sufficient surety not to disturb her, but if it seem good to him he shall sue an assize of novel disseisin, to which she shall give surety to answer the costs if it go against her; and John Basset and John Motte, of London, brewers, on November 25 next shall come to the chancery and be bound to William in 100l. to be levied on their lands and tenements if the assize go against Richarde. 3 November, 1 Henry V. French.
[Wilts.]C. 3127. Release by William Person and Joan his wife of Rammysbyry, to Walter Stevenys, their son, of all their right in two adjacent burgages in Oxunfordstrete, Rammysbyry. Monday after Michaelmas, 3 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]C. 3128. Indenture witnessing that William Soper and Robert Berde, surveyors of the great ship called 'Gracedieu,' have received of William Monforde of Bridport, for the use of the said ship, fifty ropes weighing 15,600 pounds of Tours at 12s. 6d., which amounts to 97l. 10s., to be paid at Easter next. Southamton, 13 February, 6 Henry V. French.
[Glouc.]C. 3129. Acquittance by Thomas Stonore, esquire, to William Forteye, farmer of Harnyll, for 5l. received 'as of the revenue of the manor of Harnehull.' Monday after St. Luke, 12 Edward IV. Paper.
[Berks.]C. 3130. Acquittance by John Thorn, abbot of Reading, for 80l. received from William York, the elder, on loan for the use of the monastery, to be repaid at Martinmas next. 9 January, 6 Edward IV.
[ ]C. 3131. Sale by William Stonore, knight, to Herre Chone, of all the wood, oak and ash, except 'unto the assise of xxvi. inches,' bounding upon Kylrygge, Litelbowettez, and the highway unto Somerheth and Stokfelds ground, paying 10l. at Christmas, A.D. 1480, with free ingress and egress to and from the wood to carry coal &c. 24 January, 19 Edward IV. English. Paper.
Endorsed: 'Herof the said Herre is allowet for divers werkes and reparacions by him don and for to be don accordyng to his covenants as apperes by a bill by him made, viili. vs. vid.'
Oxford.C. 3132. Demise by Richard Drayton, Alice Drayton, Thomas Ramsey, Thomas Mull, and John Fithion, clerk, to Thomas Stonore, William Belknap, Thomas Saquevile, William Marmyon, esquires, Richard Bedford and Henry Dogette, of the manor, and advowson of the church, of Retherfeld Pippard, the manor of Kentes, late Thomas Blount's, knight, with lands called 'Sparows,' and all other their lands &c. in the parishes of Retherfeld Pippard, Shiplake, Bulnyth and Harpeden. 7 September, 5 Edward IV. Draft.
[Glouc.]C. 3133. Sale by Sir William Stonore, knight, to John Hort the elder, of Henbury, William Edmund and John Hasull of Westbury, of seventeen acres of wood in Henbury, to be delivered by the hands of John Bounde, 'bayly there,' paying 20l. 13s. 4d., and discharging Sir William for the tithe of the wood, and saving the coppice from harm by cattle &c. 10 January, 22 Edward IV. English. Paper.
Endorsed: 'The endenture of the Wod sale of Henbery in Gloucetschere.'
Cornw.C. 3134. Indenture witnessing that John Penlyn has lent Henry Marney, esquire, 10l. to be repaid before Midsummer day next by John Edward, 'baylly' to the said Henry of his manor of Kylquyte. 23 May, 21 Edward IV. English. Paper. Seal.
[Cornw.]C. 3135. Acquittance by Henry Marney, esquire, to John Penlyn, for 35l. 4s. 8d. which the latter previously received for the use of Henry, from John Edward, bailiff, and Henry Thomlyn, reeve, of Henry's manor of Kylquyte. 20 November, 21 Edward IV. Seal.
[Cornw.]C. 3136. Acquittance by Harry Marny for 14l. 0s. 5d. received from John Edward, 'bayly' of Colquyte upon his account of the demesne there, also 23l. from the same for William Collus, reeve there, and 26s. 8d. for John Slee's arrears. 22 November, 20 Edward IV. English. Paper.
Cornw.C. 3137. Acquittance by the same, to John Penlyn, for 100s. received in part payment of the arrears of Henry Thomlyn, late reeve of Kylquyte manor. 30 January, 21 Edward IV. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 3138. Grant by George Darell, knight, to Nicholas Atmere of 'the vyse' (Devizes), co. Wilts, for this present year, of 10l, yearly rent paid to the former by John Cloke of Lacok, butcher, for Bewley manor in Lacok parish. 16 January, 12 Edward IV. English.
Somers.C. 3139. Bond by Walter Dolyng of Taunton, merchant, to Robert Potell alias Roper of the same, merchant, for 40l., for the observance by the said Walter either of the award of the arbitrators in certain disputes between them, to be delivered by Michaelmas next, or, if the arbitrators cannot then agree, of the award of Giles Daubnay, knight, provided it be given by Christmas next. 28 June, 21 Edward IV.
[ ]C. 3140. Acquittance by William York for 3l. received of Thomas Sewall, farmer of Bryanus manor, in part payment of 'owr Lady rentte in Lentte.' 4 April, 19 Edward IV. English. Paper.
[Dorset.]C. 3141. (1.) Grant by John the abbot, and the convent, of Sherborne, to William Olyver and Joan his wife, for their lives, of a yearly pension of 13s. 4d., for the surrender of land called 'Dyrdauntes' and closes of pasture called 'Southamclos' and 'Selcrofte' which Baldewin Whittok lately held in Stalbrugge. The chapter house at Sherborn, Thursday before St. Barnabas the apostle, 2 Edward IV.
(2.) Grant by the same, to the same, as above, but amplified, the yearly rent of 13s. 4d. to issue from land called 'Dyrdauntes' and closes called 'Southamclos' and 'Selkecroft' &c. Drafts. Paper.
Bucks.C. 3142. Acquittance by John Boteler, knight, late the sheriff of Bucks for 15s. received from Thomas Hampden of Hampden, esquire, due to the king from the said town. 12 December, 6 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]C. 3143. Certificate by the official of the archdeacon of Dorset that he has inducted Sir William Thomas, chaplain, into the perpetual chantry of St. Katherine in the parish church of Bridport, according to the mandate of John, bishop of Salisbury, herein recited. 24 October, A.D. 1424. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 3144. Attornment by Amy, late the wife of Nicholas Barre, of Sulihull, and William atte Byrches of the same, her brother, to Thomas Greswold, as tenants of a messuage and croft in the borough of Solihull and of a croft without the same called 'Blakeford,' which John Praty of Yerdeley had demised to them for their lives, and afterwards granted the reversion thereof to the said Thomas. 20 April, 17 Henry VI.
[Bedf.]C. 3145. Release by William Fylle of Toturnho, to Laurence Pycot, William Anable, Richard Lexham, and Henry Mauntell, of all his right in lands &c. in Wypsonade and Eyton, which they lately had of the grant of William Brook of Eyton, and others (named). Last day of May, 6 Henry VI. Seal.
N'th'land.C. 3146. Certificate by John Elryngton, escheator for the county of Northumberland, that he has taken the oath of Elizabeth, late the wife of Robert Claveryng, esquire, deceased, not to marry without the king's licence; and has assigned her dower in the said Robert's lands in presence of Robert Claveryng, his son and heir, viz. in tenements with cottages and land in Calowle and Yetlington. Anwyke, 18 December, 32 [Henry VI].
[Bedf.]C. 3147. Grant by William Brook of Eyton, John Pedder of 'la Grene,' and John Pedder, son of William Pedder, mason, of Toturnho, to Laurence Pycot, William Anable, Richard Lexham, and Henry Mauntell, of lands &c. in Wypsonade and Eyton which the grantors had of the gift of William Fylle of Toturnho. 4 May, 6 Henry VI. Seal.
Wilts.C. 3148. Release by John Burdayn, to William Darell and Elizabeth his wife, and the latter's heirs, of all his right in Knyghton manor and in 100s. rent in Little Derneford which he and others (named) had of the grant of Henry Popham. Witnesses:—Stephen Popham, knight, and others (named). 7 April, 2 Henry VI.
Wilts.C. 3149. Grant by William York the elder, of the king's household, to William Hales, Thomas Yonge, William York the younger, and Walter Heldar, of all his lands &c. in Draycott Folyat and Chiseldeen and elsewhere in the county named. 13 January, 36 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Dorset.]C. 3150. Grant by Robert Stokfisch and Marion his wife, to John Burgeis and Agnes his wife, of a messuage in Brideport, in the east street which leads from Brideport to Bradepolle, by the house belonging to the mortuary of St. Mary's church. Monday the feast of St. James the apostle, 13 Henry VI. Seal.
[Dorset.]C. 3151. Release by the same, to the same, of all right in the above premises. Tuesday after St. James the Apostle, 13 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Staff?]C. 3152. Certificate by Thomas Heywod the dean, and the chapter, of Lichfield cathedral, that they have admitted John Bothe. clerk, son of Roger Bothe, esquire, as treasurer, canon, and prebendary of the prebend of Sallowe in their cathedral, vacant by the resignation of master Vincent Clement, according to the letters patent of masters Roger Walle, archdeacon of Coventry, and John Redhill, canon of Salisbury and Lichfield, keepers of the spiritualities of the bishopric of Coventry and Lichfield, now vacant, to them directed and herein recited. The chapter House, Lichfield, 29 July, A.D. 1459.
[Bucks.]C. 3153. Indenture whereby John Weizter in Brabayn binds himself apprentice to William Brabayn of Wycombe, for eight years, to learn the trade of weaving. Witnesses:—John Welsbourne, mayor of Wycombe, John Grymbisby, and William Sharsfeld, bailiffs, and others (named). Monday after Palm Sunday, 2 Henry VI.
[Middx.]C. 3154. Demise by Robert Hungerford, knight, John Fortescu, chief justice for pleas before the king, Richard Newton, knight, chief justice of the Common Bench, John Cheyne of Pynne, esquire, Thomas Burton and John Gogh, to William Estefeld, knight, Henry Frowyk, William Melreth, John Olney and William Cantelowe, citizens and mercers of London, Thomas Gloucestre, esquire, and Laurence Pycot, woolman, of all their meadow adjoining their messuage called 'Bosammesynne' on the west, and their land called 'Clementesynnemede' on the north; reserving a sufficient footpath for their servants &c. to go by the said meadow from the gate of the said messuage towards London &c. 11 May, 20 Henry VI. Three seals and portions of two seals.
[Kent.]C. 3155. Acquittance by Thomas Stone, receiver of the moneys of William Darell, esquire, for 53s. 4d. received from Henry Boycote, collector of rent at Est Sutton. Monday before St. Martin the bishop, 25 Henry VI.
Suff. Essex. Kent.C. 3156. Indenture witnessing that Richard Wrighte, receiver of the moneys of James Ormond, knight, in the counties named, has delivered to the said Ormond for the issues of his office this year 86l. 13s. 4d. London, 12 May, 19 Henry VI.
Hants.C. 3157. Acquittance by Thomas, earl of Ormond, for 114s. 4d. received from William Froste, for all rents and issues of Sopley manor for the year ended at Michaelmas last. 12 November, 18 Henry VII. English. Paper.
[Essex.]C. 3158. Indenture witnessing that Sir Harry Marny has reckoned with John Caustyn for the farm of Leyer Marny manor for the half year ended at the Annunciation last, and allowed him all manner of things he can ask allowance of, 'that is for to sey, beef, moton, whete, otes, caryage, and all other tyngges that owte to be rekenyd,' and that Caustyn owed above all allowance 14l. 4s. 7d. 29 October, 13 Henry VII. English. Paper.
[Devon.]C. 3159. Acquittance by Thomas, earl of Ormond, to John-aDevinshire, for 100s. received for Northam. 28 January, 18 Henry VII. English. Paper.
Oxford.C. 3160. Sale by John York, esquire, and Elizabeth his wife, to William Belson the elder, Edmond Cornysshe, Thomas and John Belson, of all their beechwoods, oaks, and ashes growing in Notleywood, Denewood, Lotewood, Hawyngwood, and Burygardeyn, and on the hills called 'Balle hill' and 'Priores hill,' for six years from Michaelmas next, for 8l. Kyngeston Blount alias Kyngeston York, 29 May, 2 Henry VII. English.
[Bucks.]C. 3161. Grant by Richard Frere of Owborne Deyncowrt, to John Weeste and Crescencia his wife, of land in the field called 'Northcroftfeld' by land of the lord of Owborne manor aforesaid, abutting on the road to Bekenysfeld. 4 September, 1 Richard III.
Bedf.C. 3162. Sale by Richard, carl of Kent, to William Gascoign, esquire, and Walter Luke, of all trees and underwood growing in a grove of wood called 'Stepynle Grove,' and in a quarter of a wood called 'Monkwood within the little park of Ampthyll, with two years 'of utteraunce' of the said wood from the Purification next, paying 26l. 13s. 4d. 1 July, 6 Henry VIII. English.
Suff.C. 3163. Lease by Thomas Wrenne of Yaxle, to William Bragstrete of Thweyt, of a close called 'Yaxleis' for five years, and a close of copy land called 'the Heythe' from year to year as the lord's court giveth leave, for 10s. a year, which is paid for five years from Michaelmas last. 15 March' 18 Henry VIII. English. Paper.
[Suff.]C. 3164. Acquittance by John Bryht of Colchester, fuller, to Thomas Dane, prior of Berden, for 13s. 4d. and release by John, to the said prior, of all actions. . . December, 25 Henry VI. Much injured.
Wilts.C. 3165. Demise by Edward, earl of Hertford and viscount Beauchamp, Lord Great Chamberlain of England, to Robert Sloper of Winterborn Mounckton, yeoman, and Simon Sloper his brother, of the farm or capital messuage of Winterborn Mounckton, late in the occupation of Agnes Sloper, deceased, their mother, for forty years from the Annunciation last, paying 12l. 12d. yearly, except the rents and services &c. of all tenants of the manor of Winterborn Mounckton &c. 6 April, 36 Henry VIII. English. Paper. Draft.
Underwritten: 'The reversion to Sir Edward Dorrell, from him by descent to William Dorrell, for 4 marks yearly for tenthes, 8l. behind. 60l. levied always.'
[Suff.]C. 3166. Acquittance by John Goddard and Thomas Dade of Cotton, co. Suffolk, executors of the goods of John Goddard late of Geslyngham, for 36l. 13s. 4d. received from Margaret Wrenne of Yaxle, widow, of the goods of Thomas Wrenne, her late husband, in full payment for a certain tenement and land in Yaxle or elsewhere in Hertismere hundred, late John Hanworth's, which Wrenne purchased of John Goddard, Hanworth's executor. 19 May, 26 Henry VIII. English.
Berks.C. 3167. Indenture witnessing that whereas John Mawlte, esquire, by indenture dated 28th April, 37 Henry VIII., demised to Oliver Hyde of Abingdon, his farm place in Uffington with lands called 'Oldelands,' 'Hoggen,' 'Dane,' 'Ewendowne,' 'Wetherdowne,' 'Sheephowse closes,' 'Drovewey,' 'Conynger,' 'Somerleez,' 'Moredowne,' 'Morowleez,' 'Home close,' and 'Westeham,' and arable ground in Uffington for twenty years from the Annunciation then last past, as amply as John Andelett and Katherine his wife held them by a lease from the late abbot and convent of Abingdon, paying 20l.: the said Mawlte for 166l. 13s. 4d. paid to him by William Cator of Uffington, as a fine, has demised the premises with the arable ground lying near a cross called 'Blakes Crosse' and a close called 'Brychecombe close' alias 'Sheppehouse close,' to the said Cator, for forty years from the Annunciation, A.D. 1565, paying 20l. yearly. Other covenants specified. 4 May, 37 Henry VIII. English. Paper.
Underwritten: Certificate by Thomas Warde, an examiner of the Court of Chancery, that the above is a true copy of the original.
[Devon.]C. 3168. Conveyance by John and Richard Lybbe, to Thomasia Tayle, wife of John Tayle, of a tenement with a garden and stable in Tavystok, by the running water called 'le Fyslake,' for her life, and of the rents of three other tenements in Tavystok during the minority of her sons, viz. until eighteen years of age, to provide them with food and clothing; to William Tayle, son and heir of the said John and Thomasia, two, out of the three tenements above said, after his father's death, he paying 6s. 8d. yearly to Thomas Tayle, his younger brother; and to Walter Tayle, younger son of John Tayle, another tenement in Tavystok for life. Wednesday before Corpus Christi, 3 Henry VII. Fragments of two seals.
[Essex.]C. 3169. Acquittance by Master Waiter Knyghtley, chancellor of St. Paul's, London, and parson of Boreham, to Thomas, earl of Ormond, for 10 marks received for the farm of the said parsonage. 12 April, 14 Henry VII. English. Paper.
Essex.C. 3170. Release by Richard Danyell, son and heir of Richard Danyell, late of Westhamme, husbandman, Margery Danyell, his mother, Richard Chapman and John Clerk, of the same, husbandmen, to Henry Wiott, esquire, Richard Wiott, clerk, and John Fissher, of all their right in land in Westhamme in a field called 'le Lake,' by the river bank on the west and abutting southward on the abbot of Stratford's wood. 10 July. 16 Henry VII. Portion of seal.
Annexed: Grant by Richard Danyell, of Westhamme, co Essex, to Margery his wife, Richard Chapman and John Clerk, brewer, of the same, of all his lands &c. in Westhamme. 5 September, 12 Henry VII.
Endorsed: Memorandum 'that the orygynall dede wherof this is the copy remayneth with me the within named Richard' &c. Signed.
[Middx.]C. 3171. Acquittance by John Farman, collector of the rents of the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London, for 26s. 8d. received from Thomas, earl of Ormond, for half a year's rent for the tenement in which the said earl lives, in the parish of St. Peter the Less near Paules Wharf, London. Morrow of Midsummer day, 7 Henry VII.
[Middx.]C. 3172. Acquittance by John Roos, skinner, of London, for 4l. received from the same earl in full payment of all sums due by him, 3 August, 1 Henry VII. English. Paper.
[ ]C. 3173. Grant by Daniel de Kechenham, to John son of William de Smalefeld, of his land of 'la Hegge' and Brembolland which was the marriage portion of Roysia his late wife, to hold for Daniel's life, paying half a mark yearly. Witnesses:—Hugh de Goding, Ralph de Greston, Luke de Swynham, and others (named).
[Devon.]C. 3174. Grant by Robert Lydyerd, rector of the church of Sutton Valence, to Robert de Loundres, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, of Stotescombe manor. Witnesses:—Richard de Haveryng, Hugh de Stokes, knights, and others (named). Axeford, Monday after the Assumption, 5 Edward III. Much injured.
[Warw.]C. 3175. Grant by John Wittenham of Stonythorp, to John Judden of the same, and Agnes his wife, of all his lands &c. in Stonythorp by Sutham. Monday after . . . ., 1 Richard II. Injured.
[Essex.]C. 3176. Release by John Chareman of Rykkelyng, to Cicely, late the wife of John Beauchamp, for her life, of all his right in a yearly rent from lands &c. which she holds of him [in Rikeling ?]. Rykkelyng Friday the feast of . . . ., 43 Edward III. Portion of document. Fragment of seal of arms.
[Camb.]C. 3177. Letter of attorney by Elias de Joneston, rector of St. Mary's Cambridge, appointing William de Wyvereston, clerk, his proctor to receive the fruits and offerings of his church, and to let the said church to farm. London, St. Gregory's day, A.D. 1338.
[Berks.]C. 3178. Grant by Nicholas Medford of Habourn, to Walter Hughechild of Harewell, of land in Westhabourn in the furlong called 'Langelond,' in exchange for land in Foulescote, in the furlong called 'Chercheforlang.' West Hakebourn, Tuesday after St. Matthew, 16 Edward III. Faded.
[Warw.]C. 3179. Release by Thomas de Bockemor of Solihull, to William atte Birches, clerk, of the same, of all his right in land called 'le Whitemersh' in Solihull, and in the rent therefrom which he had by grant from his father Richard. Friday before the Epiphany, 10 Edward III.
[Linc.]C. 3180. Bond by Elias de Joneston, rector of St. Mary's, Cambridge, to master John de Ayleston, rector of Denton, Lincoln diocese, for [2. l. 13s. 4d.] lent to him, to be repaid in Denton rectory house at Easter next; also letter of attorney authorising the said John to receive at the Exchequer the above sum out of a debt due to the said Elias from the king. . . September, 8 Edward III.
[Middx.]C. 3181. Grant by Thomas Lelhom of Estgrenewych, and Cristina his wife, to Thomas atte Halle of Stebenheth parish, and Sibyl his wife, of land in a field called 'Chynham.' Stebenheth mersh, Sunday after St. Martin the confessor, 29 Edward III.
[Berks.]C. 3182. Defeasance of a bond by John de Helme, to William Bernfeld, for 20 marks, witnessing that if William and his heirs be not vexed by John and his heirs concerning land which he bought of the said John, then the said bond shall be void. Hungerford, Sunday the feast of St. Valentine the martyr, 30 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 3183. Grant by Agatha Leuyng of Little Bromwich, to Adam son of John the smith, of the same, of three plots of land therein, one called 'le Grange,' one in the field called 'Willelond,' and one in Taggewallemor. Sunday after St. James, 6 Edward III.
[Suff.]C. 3184. Grant by Robert Cokerel of Buxhal, to Adam his son and Cicely, Adam's wife, of all lands &c. which the grantor acquired of Robert Cokerel of lrland, in Buxhal, and of the homage and services of all his tenants in Ratlisden. Friday next (sic) the Ex[altation of Holy Cross], 17 Edward III. Imperfect.
[N'hamp.]C. 3185. Grant by Sibyl del Hul of Jerdeleye, to William son of Richard Rastel of the same, and Sibyl his wife, of land in Jerdeleye, part by land of Henry le Revesone of Horburne. Witnesses:—John de Halstede, John atte Brokhole, and others (named). Sunday the feast ot the apostles Simon and Jude, . 4 Edward III. Injured.
[Glouc.]C. 3186. Indenture between . . . . Stonore, lord of Harnhull, and John de Lusteshull and Joan his wife, as to the doors, locks, ana keys in the manor of Harnhull, amount of land leased &c. seemingly upon a lease of the manor to the said John and Joan. 26 September, 4. (quadragesimo . . . .) Edward III. Fragment.
[Middx.]C. 3187. Grant by Juliana, daughter of Richard Andrew, of Whittone in Twykenham parish, to Walter Colyn of the same, of a messuage and land in Istelworth. Sunday the feast of . . . ., 26 Edward III. Fragment.
[Essex.]C. 3188. Grant by Geoffrey de Say son of William de Say, to Geoffrey de Say, his son, of the manor of Rikeling. Witnesses:—Walter, archbishop of Rouen, Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, John, bishop of Worcester, Albric de Ver, William de Bereges, Baldwin de Offinton, and others (named). [A.D. 1196–1198.]
[Linc.]C. 3189. Undertaking by John de Fenton, Roger de Walcryngham, John de Parys, Gilbert . . . ., and Ralph de Gaddesby, of Lincoln, and Henry Nyghtingale, before John de Trehampton, for the good behaviour of John son of Richard de Grymmesby, of Lincoln, whom the king has pardoned. Thursday before . . ., 10 Edward III. Imperfect.
[Glouc.]C. 3190. Grant by John Kyngton, chaplain, to Robert Calf of Campeden, son of John Calf of the same, of a messuage in Campeden with land in Buryton and a croft called 'Giffardescroft.' Tuesday after the beheading of St. John the Baptist, 24 Edward III. Injured.
[Warw.]C. 3191. Release by John de Bereford, clerk, to John Bray of Stretton-upon-Donnesmor, William Allesleye, and Hugh Dalby, of all his right in Stonythorp manor and in land and rent in Stonythorp lately belonging to Baldwin de Bereford, knight. Last day of September, 12 Richard II.
[Essex.]C. 3192. Bond by John Bray of Tillebury, and John Richemond of Thakested, to Sir Richard Lescrop, knight, and Robert de Muskham, clerk, for 100l. to be paid at Sir Richard's lodging (hospicio) in London, at the octave of Hilary next. Gelham Magna, 6 January, 2 Richard II.
[Suff.]C. 3193. Letter of attorney by Hilary . . . . . authorising Sir Robert . . . . to deliver to Andrew de Bures and Sir John le B[o]teler rector of F . . . ., seisin of all the grantor's lands and tenements in Aketon. Sunday after the feast of . . . ., 5 Edward III. Much injured.
[Wilts.]C. 3194. Grant by William Walerand, to Ralph son of Gerard de la Dune, of land in Cheselden formerly belonging to William Longi. Witnesses:—. . . de Upham, John de Cardevil, and others (named).
[Devon.]C. 3195. Grant by John, vicar of Tounstall church, and John Clerk, merchant, of Derthemouth, to William Rede and Beatrice his wife, of all goods and chattels on their lands and tenements in Clyfton Derthemouth Hardenasse, and Kynggeswere. Wednesday after the nativity of the Virgin Mary, 40 Edward III.
[ ]C. 3196. Grant by . . . ., to Richard his son, of land in the fields of W . . . . ., upon 'le Crosforlong.' Witnesses:—Walter Blundel, Nicholas Ordwy, and others (named). Le Hulle, Saturday, St. Peter's chair, . . Edward [III]. Fragment.
[Hants.]C. 3197. Grant by Thomas de Foxcote, lord of Foxcote, and Margaret his wife, to Thomas atte Watere of Foxcote, of land in the same, stretching northwards on 'le Longelonde,' from the feast of St. . . . . the abbot, 19 Edward II. to the Annunciation following, and for five years from the latter date, paying 20s. yearly. Witnesses:—Sirs John de Cormailles and John de Duyn, knights, and others (named). 19 Edward II.
[Dorset.]C. 3198. Grant by William atte Nasche, to William Wyet of Weymouth, of a plot [of land] in that town upon 'la Leye,' between land of John Moumfort of Dertemouth, on the east, and 'la commune Huthe' on the west. Feast of St. Margaret the virgin, 21 Richard II. Much injured.
[Suff.]C. 3199. Sale by Sir Guy de Sancto Claro, knight, to John B . . . of Kerseye, of all the timber and underwood of ten acres of wood in Mildyngg, belonging to his manor of Mildyngg, in a wood called 'le Park,' Monday after the Purification, 39 Edward III. Injured.
[Wilts.]C. 3200. Grant by William le Warrenner, to Adam, son of John ale Mersche, of a plot [of land] north of the road leading from Estrigge to Whitindych, part called 'la Leghe,' part 'la Schortewode,' and part 'la Gore.' Thursday after St. Hilary, 10 Edward II. Injured.