Deeds
A.6701 - A.6800

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1902

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'Deeds: A.6701 - A.6800', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 72-84. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64382 Date accessed: 25 November 2014.


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A.6701 - A.6800

[Staff]A. 6701. Grant by Robert son of Sir Hervy de Stafford, to John Mattoc, of land of the grantor's wood within his manor of Maddeley, reserving the oaks; viz. from Brocholebeche to the boundary of Holedene, and from Holedene to 'le Bochemor,' &c. to hold as the other free tenants of the said manor, but without leave to alienate it. Witnesses:—Master Robert, archdeacon of Stafford, Richard de Hecstall, and others (named). Seal.
Endorsed: 'Mattockesfeld.'
[Staff.]A. 6702. Grant by Richard son of William Dod of Oniley, to Richard son of Ranulph de Bokenhale, of land in Great Madeley, adjoining land, late Nicholas Cotin's, called 'Mattokusfeld.' St. Thomas's day, 11 Edward II. Seal.
[Staff.]A. 6703. Grant by Simon Cotin of Maddeley, to William Cotin, of and in the fee of Maddeley, adjoining 'le Yvenehayethoron.' Witnesses:— Thomas Cotin, William de Stonilowe, William de Brugewey, and others (named).
[Staff.]A. 6704. Grant by Richard de Verney, to Thomas son of Simon Cotyn of Madeley, of all the lands and tenements which he had of the grant of Richard son of Dod (sic) of Onyley, in the fee of Madeley, lying by Holdenebache. Wednesday the feast of St. Thomas, 11 Edward II. Seal.
[Staff.]A. 6705. Grant by Robert and Thomas, sons of Richard de Grafton, to Richard their brother, of land in the fee of Maddeley, lying by the road leading from Wrymeford, with reversion to the grantors if Richard die without lawful heir of his body. Witnesses:—Thomas Cotin, Richard de Wytemor, and others (named).
[Staff.]A. 6706. Grant by Richard le Verney, to William son of William Cotyn of Madeley, of land in the fee of Madeley, in the field called 'le Stokkyng,' in exchange for land in the fee of Wytemor. Sunday after St. Leonard, 9 Edward II.
[Staff.]A. 6707. Grant by William son of Richard de Graftun, to Richard his brother, of land in the fee of Madeley, adjoining the road to Wrime- forde, and lying next 'le Aspunehurst.' Witnesses:—Thomas Cotin, Richard de Witemor, and others (named).
[Dorset.]A. 6708. Grant by Garn[erius]de Neapol[i], prior of the brethren of the hospital of Jerusalem in England, with the assent of the brethren of the Chapter, to John de Bradene and his heirs, of a virgate of land in Mapoldre, before the house of William Russel, with the moiety of a meadow called 'Dikedemede,' which they had of the gift of John de Mapoldre; at John's death, and that of his successors, the third part of their chattels on the said land shall remain to the said house for the welfare of their souls. Witnesses:—Brother Alan de Sancta Cruce, brother Matthew, brother Robert 'parvus,' brother Osbert de Nordfolc, brother Salomon, brother Brian of London, brother Hugh de Burford, brother Nicholas de Cardinel, then Master of York, brother Simon de Scothia, Walter the clerk. A.D. 1189. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6709. Grant by Roger Daubour, chaplain, to Nicholas de Hertford and Joan his wife, of a field and grove in Tidenhangre, in St. Peter's parish, St. Albans, between two forked roads leading to London. 34 Edward I.
[Herts.]A. 6710. Grant by Stephen the cook (cocus), to William Spigfatand Juliana his wife, of a field outside St. Albans, below the wood of Wangtone, called 'Scharpecroft,' together with a grove lying beside it, as described above. A.D. 1284. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 6711. Grant by Juliana, late the wife of William Spichfat of St. Albans, widow, to Sir Roger Daubur, chaplain, of the above mentioned field and grove. Friday after St. Luke, 33 Edward I. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6712. Grant by Henry Crok of Aldenham, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of 12d. yearly rent from lands and tenements in Aldenham, with further grant of whatever might come to the grantor by reason of the said lands, &c. Shenle, Sunday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 17 Edward I. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6713. Grant by William de Fescamp, to Walter de Camera and Emma his wife, of all his land in Tyteburst in the parish of Audenham, formerly belonging to Alan le Fraunceys. Witnesses:—Ralph de Mymmes, John Taylebos, and others (named). Portion of seal.
[Herts.]A. 6714. Grant by Hugh son of Alan de Titeburste, to Adam de Stratton, clerk, of all his land of Titeburste in the parish of Aldenham, reserving two acres of the fee of Ranulph de Mimmes. Sunday after St. Edward the King, 2 Edward I. Seal.
Herts. Middx.A. 6715. Acquittance by William Chesyll for 40l. received from Sir Thomas, cardinal archbishop of York &c. and chancellor, in satisfaction of all right which the said William, and Alice his wife, in her right, would have after the death of John Walshe, Alice's brother, &c. in the manor of Andrewys in Chesthunt, co. Herts, and in a messuage and land, and a moiety of the manor of 'la Moteland' alias 'la Mote,' in Chesthunt, or in any other messuages, &c. formerly belonging to the said John in the counties named. [1] December, 11 Henry VIII. Injured. Signed. Seal.
Underwritten: Memorandum of the above acquittance being received by Robert Toneys on behalf of the said cardinal on December 1 in the above written year.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year above written.
Herts.A. 6716. Grant by Philip Malyn of Great Munden, to Alice Long of Aspeden, of all the lands and tenements, &c. which he had of the grant of the said Alice in the parish of Aspeden. Saturday after St. Leonard, 15 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6717. Grant by Herevy de Borham, to Emma de Camera, of a messuage with land and a grove, formerly John Abel's, in the parish of Aldenham in Tyteburste, part of the land lying in a place called 'Stonilond,' and abutting towards Bevereswelle, also two crofts called 'Burnecroftes,' and other parts of the land in the fields called respectively 'le Dene,' 'Hundeshul,' and 'Manefeld,' and other land in Hokersse. Witnesses:— Ranulf de Mimmes, John Taylebois, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6718. Grant by Richard, son and heir of John Trompour of St. Albans, to John Bonagent and Christian his wife, of the same, of three shops, situate together, with curtilage adjoining, in St. Albans, in Sopwellane. Friday after St. Margaret the virgin, 37 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6719. Undertaking by William de Middelton, clerk, that if Sir Adam de Strattone, clerk, should at any time be impleaded in the King's court concerning a messuage, land, and tenement, which William had in Tyteberst, in the parish of Aldenham, of the grant of Emma late the wife of Walter de Camera, and which he had granted to the said Sir Adam, and if without default of his own he should fairly lose the suit, that then the said William should be bound to pay him 30 marks within a month after notice given; with further undertaking to acquit him whether against Jew or Jewess as to any debt concerning the said premises. Tuesday after the Ascension, 1 Edward I. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6720. Release by Katharine [one of the daughters and heirs] of John Poleye of Buntyngford, to Nicholas de Langeleye and Alice his wife, her mother, of all her right in lands and tenements in Aspedene, Alfladewyk, Boclond, Wydihale, Throckyngge, Westmell, and . . . ., held by the said Nicholas and Alice for the life of the said Alice, the reversion of which belonged to the said Katharine and her sisters, co-heirs. Ware, 16 April, 37 [Edward III]. Injured.
[Herts.]A. 6721. Feoffment by John Clyff of Amwell, 'gentilman,' John Bokeney of Hoddesden, John Thomson, and John Scarlet, of the same, to Sir John Say, knight, John Sturgeon, esquire, John Pulter, John Knyghton, and Thomas Braughyng, gentilmen, of a grove of wood, which they had by the feoffment of William Smyth, late of Hoddesdon, and Emma his wife, 5 Nov., 8 Edward IV., called 'Dellys' in the parish of Amwell, between Gosbolles and Shaddescroft on the north, and landes called 'Wowelond' on the south, and abutting on the high road to Hertford and Hoddesdon, with letter of attorney authorising Thomas Crouche to deliver seisin. 20 March, 17 Edward IV. Injured. Four seals.
[Herts.]A. 6722. Grant by Robert son of Jordan de Sancto Albano, to Sir William de Middelton, clerk, of all the tenement and land, formerly belonging to the grantor's ancestors, which Sir William holds in Tyteberst in the parish of Aldeham. Witnesses:—Adam de Stratton, Ranulph de Mymmes, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6723. Demise by John Bigge, 'tayllour,' and John Wrottyng of St. Albans, to John Deram, Thomas Frowyk, of Dykyswelle, Reginald Bernewelle of St. Albans, John Chaumburleyn of Willowe, and Thomas Coter, clerk, of Dykyswelle, of a tenement in St. Albans in St. Peter's street, adjoining land of the prioress of Soppewelle, which they lately had of the grant of the said Thomas Coter, clerk. Feast of the Assumption, 2 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
Herts.A. 6724. Release by William Archer of Aspeden, ' barker,' and John Howe of the same, 'husbondman,' to Roger Bille, clerk, of all their right in all the lands and tenements, &c. in Aspeden, Leyston, Wakele, and Alswyk, which the releasors, together with the said Roger, and with Henry Reymond, lately had of the feoffment of Alice Longe, widow, 2 June, 18 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 6725. Demise by the lady Matilda the prioress and the convent, of the Blessed Mary of Soppewelle near St. Albans, to Martin Holder of St. Albans, Agnes his wife, and John their son, for their lives, of a tenement and garden in St. Albans, in St. Peter's street, together with part of a certain garden abutting on land of the said prioress. 20 March, 19 Richard II. Three seals.
Herts.A. 6726. Grant by Alice Longe late the wife of John Longe, of Asspeden, to Philip Malyn of Great Munden, of all her lands and tenements in the parish of Asspeden. Saturday after St. Gregory, 6 Henry VI. Seal.
Herts.A. 6727. Release by William Chesyll, gentleman, to Henry Stafford, earl of Wilts, and Luke Longland, gentleman, of all his right in the manor of Andrewys, and in a messuage, land, and a moiety of the manor of 'la Moteland' alias 'la Mote,' in Chesthunt, whereof the said earl and Luke had been enfeoffed by John More, knight, one of the justices of the Common Pleas, and by John Josselyn and Thomas Knyghton, gentlemen, in accordance with the judgment delivered by Thomas, Cardinal archbishop of York, &c. the chancellor, and the court of Chancery; and whereof the said John More, John Josselyn, Thomas Knyghton, and others, now deceased, had been enfeoffed, by John Walshe of Chesthunt aforesaid esquire, 26 Oct., 16 Henry VII., to the use of last will. 28 November, 11 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in December of the year within written.
Herts. Middx.A. 6728. Acquittance by Michael Nevyll, for 40l. received by him from Thomas, Cardinal archbishop of York, &c. the chancellor, in full satisfaction of his right of inheritance, after the death of John Walshe, his uncle, in the manor of Andrewys, and other premises, described in A. 6727, in Chesthunt, co. Herts. or in any other messuages and lands, &c. formerly belonging to the said John in the county named. 1 December, 11 Henry VIII. Seal.
Underwritten: Memorandum that on the above day, the said Michael acknowledged the above acquittance as his deed, before Richard Sampson, a master in Chancery.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll, in the month and year within written.
Herts.A. 6729. Feoffment by John More, knight, one of the justices of the Common Pleas, John Josselyn, and Thomas Knighton, gentlemen, in accordance with a judgment delivered by Thomas, cardinal archbishop of York, &c. the chancellor, and the court of chancery, to Sir Henry Stafford, earl of Wilts, and Luke Longlond, gentleman, of the premises described in A. 6727, which they, with others, named, lately had of the grant of John Walshe of Chesthunt, esquire, to the use of the last will of the said Walshe; with letter of attorney authorising Roger Hateley and William Hunter to deliver seisin. 24th November, 11 Henry VIII. Signed. Three seals.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year within written.
Herts.A. 6730. Release by John Rufford, gentleman, cousin and one of the heirs of John Walshe, late of Chesthunt, esquire, viz. son of Elizabeth his sister, to Sir Henry Stafford, earl of Wilts, and to Luke Longlond, gentleman, of all his right in the premises described in A. 6727. 28 November, 11 Henry VIII. Injured. Signed. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year within written.
Herts. Middx.A. 6731. Release by John Tylar, to Henry Stafford, earl of Wilts, executor of the will of John Walshe, late of Chesthunt, esquire, deceased and to Luke Longlond, of all his right in the premises described in A. 6727, and in all messuages and lands &c. in the counties named under the said will. 28 November, 11 Henry VIII. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year within written.
Herts. Middx.A. 6732. The like release by William Kelke. 26 November, 11 Henry VIII. Injured. Seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year within written.
Herts.A. 6733. Release by Michael Nevill, gentleman, cousin and one of the heirs of John Walshe of Chesthunt, esquire, viz. son of Joan, his sister, to Henry Stafford, earl of Wilts, and Luke Longlond, gentleman, of all his right in the premises described in A. 6727. 2 [8] November, 11 Henry VIII. Injured. Portions of seal.
Endorsed: Memorandum of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll in the month and year within written.
Linc.A. 6734. Grant by Richard Warde of Knath, to Nicholas Holme, clerk, of a messuage and land in Knath; with letter of attorney authorising John Hogeson to deliver seisin. Witnesses:—Christopher Hogeson, rector of the church of Lee, and others (named). 28 May, 22 Henry VIII. Portion of seal.
[Linc.]A. 6735. Grant by William de Bachekinton, rector of the church of Boby, to Henry de Finham, of a toft in Naveneby. Witnesses:—Master Henry Costard, Roger de Dunhall, and others (named). Seal, injured.
[Linc.]A. 6736. Agreement between John, earl of Warrenne, and Henry de Writtlington, by which the said Henry binds himself to make assurance to the said earl, his lord, by charter and fine to be levied in the King's court, in the quinzaine of St. John in the undermentioned year, of his messuage in Herierdby, and of all his lands, homages of his men, rents and services of his tenants, &c. in Herierdby, Graham, and Dunsthorp, to hold to the said earl, after the death of the said Henry and Emma his wife; the said earl granting, yearly, to the said Henry four gowns, and two gowns to the said Emma, for their lives, from his wardrobe 'de la suite de ses clerks e damoiseles,' or 20s. for each gown by the hand of the earl's receiver of Graham; the said earl giving sufficient security for such grant. Hartfield (Hertfeud), 22 February, 35 Edward [I]. French. Seal.
[Linc.]A. 6737. Grant by John de Yerdeburgh, of Osberneby, to Simon de Crokton, Sir Richard, perpetual vicar of Osberneby, William Storour, John Sturmy, and Aunger Lynne, of the same, of all his lands and tenements, rents and services of tenants, &c. in Osberneby, Willugby, Dembelby and Neuton. Wednesday before St. Margaret, 43 Edward III. Portion of seal.
[Linc.]A. 6738. Release by John de Hakthorn, son of William de Hakthorn, of Lincoln, to Roger Levedyman of Lincoln, butcher, of all his right in a tenement in St. Martin's parish, in the city of Lincoln, in the Skinners' row (in rengia pellipariorum), during the term of eighty years for which the same had been demised to the said Roger by the releasor's said father, and Juetta, his mother, wife of the said William. Witnesses:— Thomas Russell, mayor of Lincoln, and others (named). Monday after Midsummer, 14 Edward III. A.D. 1340. Seal.
[Linc.]A. 6739. Demise by Matthew Makerell, the abbot, and the convent, of St. Mary's Barlyng, to Robert Alanson of Lincoln, 'jueller,' for ninety- nine years, of a gatehouse (unam januam domesticam) with a chamber built over it, and a garden adjoining, in the parish of All Saints, Lincoln, abutting on the common lane of the city. 21 November, 22 Henry VIII. Injured. Seal.
Endorsed: 'The Indent [ure] . . . . . for the yaitthowsse and a garthen' &c.
[Berks.]A. 6740. Grant by Miles de Buleh, to Henry de Columbariis, his kinsman (cognato), of a virgate of land in Uffinton, with four acres more of the land which Richard de Paris held of Jordan in excess of his hide, retaining, for the grantor's own use, the mansion (mansuram) belonging to the said virgate, and granting in exchange the next (propinqniorem) mansion situate before Jordan's house; to hold to him and his heirs at the rent of a gilt spur. Witnesses:—Gilbert, Roger and Walter Pipard, Richard de Columbariis, Philip de Caineto, Robert de Waltham, and Osbert his son, William de Waltham, Alan de Buleh, and Philip de Columbariis. Equestrian seal, injured.
[Linc.]A. 6741. Grant by Stephen son of William ad Fontem, of Horbling, to Geoffrey, son of Alan reeve (prepositi) of Swaveton, of land in Horbling, lying on Netherfurlong. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Horbling, knight, and others (named). Portion of seal.
Linc.A. 6742. Demise by Richard the abbot, and the convent, of Kyrkestede, to John Chowyne of Wrotham, co. Kent, gentleman, for forty years, of their grange called 'Benyngworth grawnge' in the county named, with all lands &c. belonging thereto, the term to commence at the expiration of a lease for thirty-six years, made 12 May, 14 Henry VIII., thereof, to John Marton of Hagworthingham, co. Linc. 9 February, 27 Henry VIII. English. Signed. Fragments of seal.
[Linc.]A. 6743. Grant by William, rector of the church of Boby, to Henry de Finham, of land in Boby, lying in the field called 'Middelfeld,' and 9d. rent in Boby from a tillage in the field of Blankeneie called 'Brites.' Witnesses: William de Lincoln, John de Litteris, Reginald de Coleby, and others (named). Seal.
Linc.A. 6744. Grant by Robert Hobson of Lee, co. Linc., and Thomas Huton of the same, to Richard Warde, son of John Warde, of Knayth, of all the lands and tenements in Knayth which the grantors lately had of the feoffment of the said John. 6 March, 35 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Linc.]A. 6745. Grant by Robert Hardy of Claypol, to the abbot and convent of Barlynges, in frank almoin, of a messuage in Coningesby which he had of the feoffment of Sir Elias de Wheteley. Sunday after St. Ambrose, 19 Edward III. Portion of seal.
[Linc.]A. 6746. Demise by Master John Seymer, canon of the cathedral church of St. Mary, Lincoln, and prebendary of the prebend of Welton Ryvall in the same, to Master Simon Stalworth, subdean of the said church, for five years, of portions in Kerton and Ebotstowe belonging to the said prebend. 3 October, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
[Linc.]A. 6747. Release by Matilda, late the wife of Thomas Blissot of Knayth, widow, to John Hamesson of Lee, the elder, of all her right in all the lands and tenements, &c. in Knayth which came to her by way of dower, after the death of the said Thomas. Sunday after the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 42 Edward III. Seal.
Salop.A. 6748. Demise by John Bokyngham, the prior, and the convent, of the house of Jesus of Betheleem, of Shene, co. Surrey to Ralph Egerton, esquire, and Richard Haukyn, vicar of the church of Madeley under Lyme, co. Stafford, for five years, of the rectory of Drayton in Halys, co. Salop, with a yearly pension of 40s. to be received from the abbot and convent of Comburmere, and all other profits except the advowson of the vicarage of the same; the grantees to pay yearly 19l. to the said prior and convent, and to lay out yearly, on Holy Thursday, at their own expense, thirteen 'strikes' of corn and 13d. by view of the vicar there, upon thirteen of the most needy parishioners as the alms of the said prior and convent; if the grantees fulfil all the agreements, then a bond entered into by them and others named, for 40l. to the said prior and convent, shall be void. Last day but one of July, 4 Henry VI. Portions of seal.
[Salop.]A. 6749. Grant by Richard Stafford, chaplain, to Roger Swyneshed and Humphrey Wetwod, of a burgage in Drayton in Hales, which he, with Roger Swynarton, deceased, lately had of the feoffment of Richard Archedale. 7 August, 10 Henry VI. Seal.
[Salop.]A. 6750. Grant by Walter de Cosseby, clerk, to Roger de Webbeleye, of all that burgage which he bought from Matilda, relict of William de Strongeford, in Great Drayton in Hales. Thursday before St. Margaret the virgin, 10 Edward II. Portion of seal.
[Salop.]A. 6751. Grant by Richard Archedale, to Roger Swirnerton, and Richard Stafford, chaplain, of a burgage in Drayton in Hales, and also of all his goods and chattels. Sunday after the Annunciation, 1 Henry IV. Fragments of seal.
[Salop.]A. 6752. Grant by Alice, relict of Roger de Webbeleye, to Richard de Archesdale, and Juliana his wife, of all that burgage which she had of the grant of the said Roger in Great Draitone in Hales. Saturday after St. Barnabas, 28 Edward III. Seal.
[Salop.]A. 6753. Release by Alice de Forton, widow, and Thomas her son, to Matilda de Loskesford, of all their right in land in Great Drayton. Sunday after the exaltation of the Holy Cross, 37 Edward III. Fragments of two seals.
Salop.A. 6754. Grant by William Whitemore of Thurstanston, to John Rosamond, of all his lands and tenements &c. in Tunstall. Monday before Christmas, 25 Henry VI. Portion of seal.
[York e.r.]A. 6755. Demise by Dame Hawise de Scures, to Henry de Sckytebi and his wife, for seven years, of a toft with a croft in Esc, which Alan de Holdernes held. Witnesses: Thomas le Vavasor, Roger de Wdehalle Peter de Holdernes, and others (named). Easter, A.D. 1249. Portion of seal.
[Salop.]A. 6756. Release by Hugh Bulwardyn and Agnes his wife, late the wife of John Erdley, to Henry Erdley, parson of the parish church of Astbury, of all their right in a tenement and two shops in Great Drayton in Halys, which the said Henry, jointly with the said Agnes his mother, had of the grant of John Brown and others, named, chaplains. Monday after Michaelmas, 11 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Salop.]A. 6757. Note of agreement made between Robert, abbot of Cum- bermere, and John de Bresci and Margery his wife, for the election by them of four arbitrators in all questions touching lands and tenements which the said John and Margery claim to hold in Great Drayton in Hales, and concerning certain money claimed by the said abbot from the heirs of Richard de Prayers, also concerning all the tenants of the said abbot in Drayton against whom the said John and Margery have any plaint; if the said arbitrators are unable to finish the matter, they are to choose an umpire (noumpiere) to do so. Undated. [A.D. 1468-1483.]
[Salop.]A. 6758. Grant by John Shropschyre of Drayton in Hales, to John Gerveys, of part of the land of a burgage, formerly Richard Archedale's, in Drayton aforesaid. Tuesday after St. Laurence, 17 Henry VI. Seal.
[Chesh.A. 6759. Grant by William the baker (pistor) and Sibyl his wife, to Hanry de Shavinton, of land in Wryme. Witnesses:—Hugh de Blakenhale, Richard Scheyl, bailiff in Bettilegh, and others (named). Two seals.
[Salop.]A. 6760. Demise by Richard de Preers, son and heir of Robert de Prayers, of Weston, to the abbot and convent of Cumbermare, for twenty years, of all the rents and services from all his lands and tenements in Great Drayton in le Halys, held of him by the tenants named. Saturday the morrow of St. James, 11 Edward III. Fragments of seal.
[Salop.]A. 6761. Release by Katharine, late the wife of Thomas de Forton of Great Drayton in Halys, widow, and William, son and heir of the said Thomas and Katharine, to James de Loskesford, of all their right in land and buildings in Great Drayton. Tuesday after St. Valentine, 13 Henry IV. Two seals.
[Salop.]A. 6762. Grant by Agnes late the wife of Thomas Chirreton, of Great Drayton in Halys, widow, to Thomas Smyth of Almynton, and Denise his wife, of a meadow near Drayton, adjoining a meadow called 'Blakemedo' and a brook called 'Teryn,' which meadow she and her said late husband recovered by assize of novel disseisin, before the justices at Shrewsbury, from William Bromley in right of her inheritance after the death of William Baxster, her father. Whitsunday, 17 Henry VI. Seal. See A. 2237.
Staff.A. 6763. Grant by John Berde of Blore, co. Staff., to Ellen, relict of William Berde, and to John, Thomas, and Richard, William's sons, of all the lands and tenements which he had from Magota, relict of Richard Rugewardyn and from Richard's [sons] named, in Halys. Feast of St. Chad, 7 Henry VI. Seal.
[Salop.]A. 6764. Grant by William Cliffe of Withynton, to John Broun, Richard Haddeley and John Nagynton, chaplains, of a tenement and two shops in Great Drayton, betweeen Henry Thyknes' tenement and the high way to Shrewsbury, which he recovered against John Starky and Joan his wife, and John Doun and Agnes his wife, before the justices at Shrewsbury by assize of novel disseisin. Sunday after the Assumption, 13 Henry IV. Seal.
[Salop.]A. 6765. Grant by James de Loskesford, to Ralph Eggerton, esquire, of land in Great Drayton, part lying towards Betton, part towards Sponley, and part towards Schifford; with further grant of other land there. Monday before the apostles Philip and James, 15 Henry VI. Seal.
Chesh.A. 6766. Defeasance of a grant, of even date, by Edward Egerton of Wrinehill in the counties of Stafford and Chester, esquire, to Henry Moston of Talacri, co. Flint, doctor of the law, Richard Brock of Bunbury, Thomas Dodd of Loynton, co. Stafford, and John Clyff of Worsleye co. Lancaster, yeomen, of the manor and lordship of Smalwood; witnessing that if John Dodd of Egerton, yeoman, shall, in the presence of three witnesses, pay to the said grantees 100l. in order to make the said grant void, then it shall be lawful for the said Edward to re-enter upon the said premises. 8 October, 41 Elizabeth. English. Signed. Four seals, two of arms.
Endorsed:—Names of witnesses, apparently.
Chesh.A. 6767. Bond by Robert Hickson of Church Mynshull, miller, William Hickson of Sutton by Occleston, miller, father of the said Robert, and John Hickson of Tatton, husbandman, to Katherine Downeham, widow, relict of Sir William Downham, late bishop of Chester, deceased, for 100l. 23 November, 28 Elizabeth. Three seals.
Underwritten: Condition of above bond witnessing that if the said Robert perform the covenants contained in a pair of indentures, of even date, between the said Robert and Katherine, then the above bond shall be void. English. Names of witnesses to scaling and delivery.
[Salop]A. 6768. Grant by Hamo son of Walter son of Hereman de Walton, to the monks of Buldewas, in frank almoin, of a moiety of the whole town of Walton, and release to them of all his right in the other moiety of the said town, which the said monks had of the grant of the said Walter, his father. Witnesses:—John Boneth, then sheriff, Robert de Leye, William de Morton, and others (named). [A.D. 1224.]
[Wilts.]A. 6769. Demise by Sir Lawrence de Sanford, to Sir Gilbert de Donteseye, for his life, of all his land in Donteseye, Tydovere, Smythecote, Bremelham, and Wyvelesford, and if Gilbert die in the lifetime of his brother, Richard de Donteseye, the said Richard and his heirs by his wife shall hold all the grantor's land in Smythecote, Bremelham, and Wyvelesford; with further demise to the said Richard, for his life, of the manors of Donteseye and Tydovere; the said Gilbert and Richard to have power to sell and make grants from the wood of Donteseye, each in the time of his possession, reserving to the said Laurence the soil of the said wood. Witnesses:—Fulk, archbishop of Dublin, Sirs William de Oddingeseles, Milo de Hastinges, and others (named). [A.D. 1256-1257.] Fragments of two seals.
[Suff.]A. 6770. Letters of administration from Thomas, cardinal arch- bishop of Canterbury, &c. to Henry Perssons, servant of Dame Agnes Fray, widow, of the city of London, of the goods of Thomas Walgrave, knight, deqeased, intestate, which he had in different dioceses of the province of Canterbury. Manor of Lamehith, 15 May, A.D. 1472.
[Warw.]A. 6771. Grant by Nicholas le Wodeward of Long Ichinton, to William de Catesby and Simon his brother, John le Uncter, and William, the grantor's son, of the manor of Herberi. Sunday after the Assumption, 23 Edward III. Seal.
Essex.A. 6772. Release by Richard Ryche, citizen and mercer of London, and Walter Gorffen, to Thomas Hill of Badowe, and Thomas Gale of Sabrith [es] ford, of all their right in the manor of Newehalle, and in certain lands and tenements, &c. in the same county, as well those which belonged formerly to Thomas Coggeshale, esquire, as those which the releasors lately had, with the said Hill and Gale, of the demise of Richard Aired, esquire. London, 8 April, 24 Henry VI. Two seals.
N'hamp.A. 6773. Grant by Agnes Tyrold, of Yelvertoft, widow, to Richard Nowell of the same, 'cardemakere,' of all her lands and tenements in Yelvertoft. Thursday after Michaelmas, 1 Edward IV. Seal.
[France.]A. 6774. Surrender by Roger de Claryngdon, to the King, of the grant which Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales, lately made to him of the provostship (preposituram) called 'Dentredeux mares,'and the bailiwick of Creon in Gascony. Bristol, Friday after Trinity, 3 Richard II. Portion of seal of arms.
A. 6775. Grant by John Page, to Thomas Neuman, of land in the field called 'Goditfeld,' with free ingress and egress, and a way for driving his flocks &c. Witnesses:—Randolph de Mimmes, Roger de Eydene, and others (named). Portion of seal.
London.A. 6776. Defeasance of a statute staple of Westminster, of even date, by William Hollys and William Dauntesey, citizens and mercers of London, and merchants of the staple at Calais, to John Halle, citizen and grocer of London, and merchant of the staple of Calais, for 300l.; witnessing that if the said Hollys, and Dauntesey shall pay to the said Halle, yearly, for his life, 20l. within the church of St Thomas of Acon, in the ward of Westchepe, London, on the altar of St. Thomas the Martyr "sett in the body of the same chirche," at the dates specified, then the said bond shall be void. 19 November, 19 Henry VIII. Signed. Two seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 6777. Grant by William Lovet of Schytellanger, chaplain, and John Janne of Stoke Brewere, the elder, to John Bosenho of Schytellanger, and Agnes his wife, of all the lands and tenements &c. in Schytellanger, which they lately had of the grant of the said Bosenho. 14 October, 8 Henry IV. Two seals.
[Wilts.]A. 6778. Grant by William son of William le Drake, to John de Homigton, of a tenement in Salisbury, to hold from the lord of Salisbury in chief. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Hamelin, bailiff of Salisbury, Richard de Aune, the mayor, and others (named). Seal, injured.
[Warw.]A. 6779. Release by John son of Roger the miller, of Lutleton, to Simon de la Grene of Hatton, and Robert Welle, of all his right in land in Hatton, which Cicely daughter of Thomas de Wytenasse, sold to the said Simon and Robert. Witnesses:—John, lord of Schreueleye, Henry de Luncecumbe, and others (named). Seal.
[Camb.]A. 6780. Release by John de Lyuns, to Dame Burga de Bengninges, of 4 marks free rent, which Sir Philip Basset owed yearly to her in Saham, and which the said John was bound to purchase from her; also acquittance by the said John for 20 marks received from the said Dame Burga for his said release to her &c. Witnesses:—Sirs Henry de Ba, Gilbert de Sanford, Thomas le Blund, and others (named). Seal.
[Berks.]A. 6781. Letter of attorney by Peter de Burgfeld, authorising Hugh de Berchamstede, clerk, and Bartholomew, Peter's brother, to place John de Kent, or his attorney, in full seisin of 43s. 8d. yearly rent, and of all the meadow of Vynheye. Burgfeld, the morrow of St. Andrew, 23 Edward I. Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6782. Grant by William le Despencer (disspensator), brother of Aldwyn de Idulfestre, to Henry Boucquointe, of a messuage and croft in Idulfestre late his said brother's, rendering, yearly, to the grantor a pair of white gloves, and 4d. to the prior and convent of St. Bartholomew's, London. Witnesses:—the prior of Benetlee, Adam de Cheneton, and others (named). Seal, injured.
[York. W.R.]A. 6783. Grant by Gilbert Basset, to Philip Basset, his brother, of all the land in Lede which Thomas Basset, brother of Gilbert, held from the constable of Chester, viz. two parts of the said town; doing such foreign service to the grantor as belongs to the fourth part of one knight's fee, and rendering yearly, at Michaelmas, one mewed (mutarium) sparrow- hawk. Gilbert and his heirs will warrant the said land to Philip and his heirs, begotten on his wife; and if they shall be unable to warrant the same, they will make him an exchange, that same namely which the constable of Chester made to them. If Philip die without heirs by his wife, the said land shall revert to Gilbert. Witnesses:—William de Monte Acuto, Thomas and Nicholas de Sanford, brothers, and others (named). Seal of arms, injured.
[Hunt.]A. 6784. Grant by John son of Henry le Fraunceys of Aylington, to Sir William, the abbot, and the convent, of Rameseye, in frank almoin, for the welfare of the grantor's soul and the souls of his ancestors, of land in Aylington, on Wymundeswong. Witnesses:—John son of John de Aylington, Walter Produme, and others (named). Seal.
[Calais]A. 6785. Grant by Edmund de Knelle, knight, to Thomas de Gerdeford, and Cicely his wife, of the house which Wynnok de Ostrewyk formerly held in Calais, in the street called 'Elyardestret,' as the grantor had it of the King's grant; reserving therefrom the rents and services due to the church, and to the hospital of St. Nicholas, Calais. Sealed by the grantor, and, for greater security, by William de Skampston, bailiff of Calais, and William de Mendham, and others (named), echevins (eskycyns) of the same. 12 August, A.D. 1356. French. Portions of six seals, three of arms.
[Warw.]A. 6786. Release by Joan, relict of Thomas le Blake, of Wabburleye, widow, to Joan, wife of Hugh de Copston, of Coventry, of all her dower which came to her after the death of the said Thomas from a plot of land at Wabburleye which Joan, daughter of the said Thomas, demised to the said Joan, wife of the said Hugh. Thursday the feast of St. Thomas the Martyr, 11 Edward II. Seal.
London.A. 6787. Bond by John de Ros, to John Malewayn, citizen and merchant of London, for 100 marks, to be paid in London, or in the isle of Tristram in Brittany on Easter day next. 7 November, 27 Edward III. Seal.
[Essex.] [Suff.]A. 6788. Release by Richard Smythe of Boxforde, to John Obre of Fyngryngho, executor of the will of Richard Ynglonde lately living in Fyngryngho, of all actions on account of the said executorship. 28 March, 20 Henry VII. Seal.
[Suff.]A. 6789. Grant by Bernard son of John Poperolle of Ipswich, chaplain to Martin Justus of Thurleston, of 3d. yearly rent from land in Westerfield, in the field called 'Thornlond.' Day of the exaltation of Holy Cross, 12 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Surrey.]A. 6790. Grant by John Waltrot of Adiscaumpe, to John Chaunce of Croyndon, and Matilda his wife, of land at 'le Cathole,' in [Croyndon ?]. Sunday after St. Bartholomew, 26 Edward III. Seal.
[Wilts.]A. 6791. Grant by Warin de Eylesbur', to William his son of 6s. 2¾d. yearly rent in Crekelade, which he had by the death of William de Eylesbur' his father, rending yearly to the chief lord of Seuehampton a pair of spurs or 6d. at Easter. Witnesses:—Robert de Molend [ino], Geoffrey de Mandevile, William Everard, Adam de Eylesbur', Warin's eldest son, and others (named). Seal.
[Essex.]A. 6792. Grant by William le Teler of Bulemere, to John de Subiri, of all the land which the grantor had in right of his wife in Little Heny, in the field of 'Spullingesleg.' Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Pelham, William the clerk of Lammers, and others (named). Seal.
[I. of Wight.]A. 6793. Grant in tail by John le Fryk, to Thomas Dunnyng, and Ellen his daughter, in free marriage, of a building site with a curtilage adjoining, in 'la Hethenestret,' north of the road from St. Helens to Blakebrigge, between the tenement of Joan his daughter and 'la Rougho digth,' rendering therefore yearly to Adam de Chellingewode 6d. for all service; with reversion in default of their issue to the grantor. Friday the feast of the apostles Simon and Jude, A.D. 1345, 19 Edward III. Seal of arms, with legend—s. gull de lavintone (?).
[Berks.]A. 6794. Defeasance of a bond by John the abbot, and the convent, of Stanlegh, to Richard de Penbrugge, for 1000 marks; witnessing that if the said abbot and convent shall perform all the covenants comprised in certain indentures between the said parties, or if the said Richard do not, on his part, perform all the said covenants, within the time limited, then the said bond shall be void. Wadelegh, the eve of the Conversion of St. Paul, 36 Edward III. French. Portion of seal.
[Wilts.]A. 6795. Grant by John de Wyk, to Adam de Argoges, of half a mark yearly rent in S [t] ratton, to be received from Odo de Overton; with further grant of whatever the grantor has from the said Odo for a tenement in the said town; for which grant Adam has given to the said John a soar sparrowhawk. Witnesses:—Sir Walerand de Bluntesdon, Roger de Writel, and others (named). Seal.
[Linc.]A. 6796. Grant by John son of John de Hall and son of Milisant, to Thomas son of Thomas Hyrunside, of Great Hall (Hale), of land in the same town, part called 'Non acre' abutting on Suthbec, parts abutting respectively on Houwesgate, and 'le Bec,' part on the north of Harnehou- gate, part called 'Astan acre,' part called 'Fendikes' at Fulscard, part called 'Fendic' abutting on Scarthesgate, and part in Douneholm, extending from 'le fendic' to the marsh; for which grant the said Thomas has released to the grantor a plaint which he had against him with regard to a certain agreement which the grantor had broken, viz. as to a bondman (named) of the grantor and his issue and land &c. Witnesses:—Robert Guile of Burton, John son of John de Helpringam, and others (named). Seal.
[Herts.]A. 6797. Grant by Hugh de la Rudinge, to Adam de Strattone, clerk, of land in Hertesheved, and of 1d. yearly rent there, from the tenement which Roger le Marchant held of the grantor. Witnesses:—Thomas Esperun, Henry de Tottehall, and others (named). Seal.
[Kent.]A. 6798. Grant by Thomas son of William the clerk of St. Margaret, with the consent of Ralph, his eldest brother, to Matilda late wife of Antoninus the merchant, of land adjoining the water running through the midst of the town [Dover]; for which grant Matilda has given him ten marks, and to Eilewise his wife ½ a mark and a chest (archam), and to Richard his son 12d., and to Susan his daughter 12d., and to Ralph his brother ½ a mark, and to Thomas son of Ralph 12d. Witnesses:—Solomon the reeve, Joseph son of Ulf, alderman of Dover, Jordan the clerk of St. Margaret, and others (named). Seal. See A. 7304.
Endorsed: 'Thome filii Will [elm] i clerici de terra de Dofre.'
[Oxford.]A. 6799. Grant by Ralph son of Robert de Wotton, to Walter son of Geoffrey Braz of Kersinton, of a messuage with curtilage and croft in Kersinton which the said Geoffrey formerly held from the grantor; also of land there, part lying in Polfurlung, and part in Hangindelond. Seal.
[Middx.]A. 6800. Demise by Robert de Derbia, chaplain, to John de Milton, citizen of London, for five years, of a messuage, two crofts, and land, in the prebend of Oxegate, part of the land abutting on the lane called 'Loverdeslane' parts on 'la Dene,' and part on Crokeslane, but if the said John shall pay 4 marks 11s. in Robert's name to Edward Britzwelle of Willesdon, he shall continue to hold the premises in fee for ever; the said Edward having demised the said messuage &c. to Robert, for the said term, from Trinity 32 Edward I. with the agreement that the premises were to remain to Robert in fee, if he should pay the said Edward the above sum, within the said term. Feast of St. Andrew, A.D. 1306. Seal.