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A.8201 - A.8300

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1902

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'Deeds: A.8201 - A.8300', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 276-288. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64397 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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A.8201 - A.8300

[Warw.]A. 8201. Indenture being a feoffment by Roger Edelyne of Hengleye to Thomas son of William de Merchstone of Ilmyndone of a messuage in Hengleye between the road through the middle of the town to the land of the said Thomas, by the rent, after the first six years, of 4s. silver; the said Roger doing repairs during the said six years but Thomas finding straw for the thatch. Witness:—John Tymme and others (named). Monday after St. Alpheg, 18 Edward II.
A. 8202. Acquittance by Thomas de Hornintone servant (vallet) of Sir (Sire) Robert Beudin, lord of Halton, for 10l. sterling received in the city of London, the day of date, by order of Sir W[alter] de Norwiz from James Beauflour. London, Friday the feast of St. Lawrence the Martyr, 18 Edward II. French.
[Warw.]A. 8203. Indenture being a feoffment by Roger atte Grene of Coventry to Geoffrey son of Richard le Marchal of Coventry of a messuage this end of Bridge Street (in vico qui vocatur inter pontes ex parte prioris) between the tenements of Hugh de Merynton and of Alexander son of Alexander de Moubray, by 6s. 8d. rent for all service. Sunday the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, 2 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8204. Indenture of demise by Robert son of Felicia de Priors Herdewyk to John son of William Thomas of Priors Herdewyk, Alice his wife and Emma their daughter, for their lives, of an acre of his mowing meadow in the field there, by the rent of a rose at midsummer. Tuesday before St. Dunstan, 9 Edward II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8205. Feoffment by John Smith (faber) of Great Creton to Edmund de Watford and Margaret his wife and his heirs of a messuage in Great Creton between the messuage Emma 'en le Mor' sometime held of John Simoun &c. Monday, the feast of St. Philip and St. James the Apostles, 11 Edward II.
[Linc.]A. 8206. Feoffment by Nicholas Belger to Osbert son of John le Long of land with buildings which belonged to Hugh his father in the parish of St. Margaret in Wykeford, doing to the chief lords the services due and accustomed and to him and his heirs a rose on the feast of St. John the Baptist for all service. Friday after St. Mark, 13 Edward [I]. Witnesses, Simon de Wymbelthorp, John le Long, William de Hakethorn, William Pinbac.
Warw.]A. 8207. Indenture of demise, Michaelmas 10 Edward II, by Robert son of Felicia de Priors Herdewyk to John son of Thomas of the same, for twenty years, of 2 a. arable in the fields of Priors Herdewyk, viz. one acre in the south field on Dunstall next land of Ralph son of Felicia and the other acre in the north field on Sicheforlong next land of William le Maisters, by the rent of a rose at midsummer. Witnesses:—John le Bedel and others (named).
[N'hamp.]A. 8208. Feoffment by William son of Richard Terry of Yelvertoft to Simon Terry his brother and Ellen wife of the said Simon, of 3 a. 1 rood land in Yelvertoft, which he had by the gift of the said Simon; to hold to them and the heirs and assigns of Simon &c. Monday after blessed Thomas the Apostle, 5 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8209. Feoffment by Helen Wryth of Yelvertoft in her pure widowhood to William her son in tail with remainder in default to John her son, his heirs and assigns, of a messuage in Yelvertoft next the tenement of Symon Lorkyn, abutting on the highway, and 1 a. 1 rood arable with heads lying dispersed in the fields there. Wednesday before St. George, 19 Richard II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8210. Feoffment by John son of Adam de Kelmersh to Simon Terri of Yelvertoft of a place of land in Yelvertoft. Tuesday the feast of the Commemoration of Souls, 16 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8211. Feoffment by John Suttone of Bristowe, to William Wryzth of Yelvertoft, of a messuage in Yelvertoft, between the tenements of John Pydintton and the said William, 170 ft. long by 20 ft. wide; rent 4d. yearly during the life of the said John. Friday before St. Philip and St. James the Apostles, 1 Henry IV. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 8212. Indenture, being the memorandum of an agreement made on the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, 26 Edward III, between Roger Bretoun of the one part and Thomas Tobur of the other, viz. that whereas the said Roger and Katharine wife of the said Thomas held the manor of Brunham St. Clement in common for the term of their lives by the gift and feoffment of William Veutre, the said Roger had demised to the said Thomas the profits of his moiety from the feast above said for (blank) years; a new sollar to the north of the said manor and certain land and tenements in the field of Brunham Westgate which Nicholas Bretoun had for term of years by the demise of them the said Roger and Thomas excepted; the said Thomas rendering to the said Roger yearly 8l., doing the services due to the chief lords and paying the King's tallage; repairs to be done at their joint expense. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8213. Feoffment by John de Whitchirche and Agnes daughter of Iseult (Isolde) Nurse (nutricis) his wife, to Thomas Lovekyn of Schreueleye, of a messuage formerly the said Iseult's in Schreueleye between the tenements heretofore held by Walter le Reve (prepositus) and Osbert Attenassche. Sunday before St. Fabian and St. Sebastian, 10 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8214. Feoffment by Thomas le Blake of Wabburleye to Joan his daughter of a place of land there between the land which Alice his daughter held by his gift and the land Richard le Blake formerly held, and from the lane to the field called 'le Bothine.' Coventry, Friday the feast of St. Matthew the Apostle, 7 Edward II. Endorsed: Tomas Rofin de Souue.
[Warw.]A. 8215. Feoffment by John son of Ranulph Smith (fabri) of Hattone, to John Warin of the same and Agnes his wife and his heirs and assigns of a rood of land in Hattone field. The day of the Annunciation 8 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8216. Feoffment by Thomas son of John Robert of Yelvertoft to Simon Terry of 1½ a. 1 rood arable there, lying dispersed. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 4 Edward III.
[Hunt.]A. 8217. Memorandum of agreement between Robert de Durham (Dunhelmo) clerk, and the monks of Ramesey touching the tithes which Ivo the clerk of Wistow, his predecessor, held to farm of them, and Jocelin de Stiveclai before him, and concerning which he had vexed them, viz. he swore before the chapter of Huntendon to abandon his claim, they on the other hand were to pay him 10 marks yearly by the hand of their prior, whether they had an abbot or not, till such time as they conferred ecclesiastical benefices on him to the value of 30 marks which they were to do as soon as possible; when God gave them an abbot they were to get the arrangement confirmed by him. Witnesses:—William de Cornhill, archdeacon of Huntendon and others (named).
[Warw.]A. 8218. Release by William Eode [of] Buvigton to Henry, lord of Buvigton, of his right in a virgate of land and a messuage which Walter called Prodome formerly held of him in the town and territory of Buvigton; for this the said Henry had given him 12½ a. land of the said virgate, as contained in the said Henry's charter of feoffment. Witnesses:— Robert Lynet, Hugh Agulun, Richard de Clinchamp, Simon de Aldebur', Robert Elyes, Henry Edward, John le Engleys. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8219. Bond by William Eode of Buvigton to Henry, lord of Buvigton, to acquit him and his heirs against Christian, wife of Walter Prodome of her dower, according to the quantity of land whereof the said Henry enfeoffed him if she survived her husband. Witnesses:—Robert Lynet, Hugh Agulun, Richard de Clinchamp, Simon de Aldebur', Robert Elyes, Henry Edward, John le Engleys. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8220. Grant by William Ede of Buvygton to Elyas de Wonecot, lord of Buvygton and Alice his wife, for the enclosure of a certain place of his croft, of 6d. yearly at Easter, with the right, in default, of distraint upon him and his heirs in the said Elyas fee of Buvygton. Witnesses: —Robert Lynet, Robert de Val, Alan de Grafton, Simon de Aldebury, Philip Cokeney of Alyncestre. Buvygton, Sunday in the octave of Easter, 30 Edward [I]. Seal. Endorsed: Bynton.
[Warw.]A. 8221. Release by William son of Walter Eode of Buvynton, to Elias son of William de Wynnecote and Alice his wife, of his right in the pasture of the meadow which was Henry de Bunynton's in the town of Buvynton from the Purification to the morrow of St. Peter ad Vincula. Witnesses:—Hugh Aguulun, John de Bruly, William de Weston, Simon de Aldebur', Henry Edward, Robert Elis. Monday after St. Hilary, 7 Edward 1.
[Herts.]A. 8222. Feoffment by Roger Schadewey of Holewelle and Isabel his wife to Sir Ailmer (Adomaro) de Valence of all that part of a croft in Bishops Hatfeld between land of Sir John de Gray on one side, and that part of the croft the said Sir Ailmer (Adomarus) de Valence had by the gift and feoffment of John . . . . . on the other. Dated at Bishops Hatfeld, Sunday after St. Gregory (Griggr') the Pope, 10 Edward II. Witnesses:—William Forestar, Robert le Saucer and others (named). Endorsed: Carta Rogeri Scladewell . . . .
[N'hamp.]A. 8223. Feoffment by Henry le Campioun of Weleton to Simon Heyr of the same of his gate (portam) with his outer court and a certain portion of his court extending from the corner of the gable of his capital house to the said Henry's tenement, and in width from the said corner to William Martin's tenement. Friday after St. Ambrose, 10 Edward II. The above feoffment to be void on payment of 8s. on Sunday before St. Mark then next.
[Warw.]A. 8224. Feoffment by William Abel of Solihull to Thomas his son of the same of a messuage and curtilage and two fields of land in Solihull between land of Sir Edmund de Whitacre &c. Friday after the Epiphany, 16 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8225. Feoffment by Ida late the wife of Ralph called le Chapman (dicti mercatoris) of Magna Dercet to John her son, of a messuage formerly Hugh le Taylour's in Dercet aforesaid which she had from her said son in exchange for a grange which came to her in dower after the death of the said Ralph. Witnesses:—Sir John de Knyttecot, rector of the church of Saxham, John Neel of Magna Dercet, Otuer' called le Chapman (dicta mercatore) of the same, Otuer' Bele of the same, Stephen Marshal (marescallo). Friday the feast of St. James the Apostle, 14 Edward II.
[Bucks.]A. 8226. Indenture of demise, the feast of the Purification, A.D. 1384, by Lawrence son of William de Wotton to Stephen son of Robert Caumbray, for his life, of a messuage with a cottage adjacent and 8 a. arable in Quenton, at 24s. rent and by doing the services due to the chief lord of the fee, 7s. of the said rent, to be paid beforehand every year of the next six years. Witnesses:—Lawrence de Quenton and others (named). Dated at Quenton the said year. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8227. Feoffment by Henry Walding of Lodbrok to Richard son of Geoffrey de Nunn'on of Rodburne of three half acres arable and one rood meadow in Rodburne fields viz: half an acre in Oldhole next lands of the prioress of Henewode, half an acre on Gosemereforlong with a head (capite) of meadow next land of the prior of Coventre &c. Sunday after the Assumption, 28 Edward III. Seal, broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8228. Indenture reciting that whereas controversy and discord had arisen between Eustace (Enstachium) de Borneby, lord of Watford on 'le Heth' of the one part and Edmund son of Edmund de Watford on the other, at length by the intervention of friends it was agreed between them that the said Edmund and his men and his heirs should freely and without hindrance have their hedge (hechium) in all their lands in fallow in the fields of Watford for ever because that was lawful to them by ancient use, and Eustace and his men to have the like. Watford, Sunday before the Translation of St. Edward, 9 Edward II. Witnesses:—William Wardedieu and others (named).
[Warw.]A. 8229. Indenture of demise by John son of Henry de Lodbrok knight (militis), to John le Ferur of Herbury and Joan his wife for their lives of a messuage with a house built there with a croft of arable adjacent, and 1½ a. land lying together at 'le Euedenest' in the town and fields of Herbury, viz: the messuage Henry Attestretusende held; rent 4s. and a heriot at death. Witnesses:—Thomas and William Ede and others (named). Monday the feast of St. James the Apostle, 8 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8230. Feoffment by Agnes late the wife of Hugh Unfrey of Welton in her pure widowhood to William Caldecote of the same, and Alice his wife of the third part of an acre of arable in Welton fields, which came to her in dower on the death of her said husband; rent 3d. during her life. Saturday, the feast of St. Mark, 6 Edward III.
[Hants.]A. 8231. Indenture of demise made at Mapelderwll on the feast of the Purification, 46 Henry III., by Richard de la Rugge to Sir Philip Bassat for twenty years of a moiety of his meadow of Larugmedes in the town of Retherwic, bounded by land of Henry de Bromsull, Henry Pinek's house and the stream (ripariam) called 'la Lude;' consideration, 10 marks paid beforehand; the said moiety shall one year be on the north, another on the south of the said meadow. Witnesses:—Adam de Sancto Maniveo and others (named). Seal.
[Essex.]A. 8232. Release by Thomas Avure of Laufare to Sir Hugh le Despenser of his right in a virgate of land which Lawrence le Mareschal of Laufare formerly held of the said Sir Hugh in the town of North Weld, and which the said Sir Hugh had granted and confirmed to him. London, the feast of St. Cuthbert the bishop, 28 Edward I.
[Warw.]A. 8233. Feoffment by Thomas de Sch[e]rburne to John Hauntejoye and Agnes his wife and his heirs of 5 sellions of arable lying together in the tillage called 'le Brodecroft' in the town of Hattone; consideration 10s. silver beforehand. Friday the feast of St Peter in Cathedra, 7 Edward II.
Leic.A. 8234. Indenture of demise by John son and heir of John Neel of Derset Magna to William le Clerk of Geydon and Joan his wife for their lives in survivorship, of a messuage and half virgate of land in Dunton, co. Leicester, which his said father had demised to them, together with Ralph Geffreys, who held it of his said father in bondage, and his issue, and 69s. 6d. rent from his tenants there; rent for 14 years then next, a grain of pepper, and thereafter 20l. a year; their executors to enjoy it if they died within the said term of 14 years. The feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 12 Edward III.
London.A. 8235. Acquittance by Thomas de Beauflour, citizen and vintner of London, to Henry de Braundeston son of the late Sir Hugh de Braundeston, knight, for 110 marks sterling, for which he had in pledge the said Henry's tenement at Billyngesgate in the city of London. London, Monday after St. Botolph, 12 Edward II. Fragment of seal. French.
[Warw.]A. 8236. Demise by Joan daughter and heir of Warin le Warde of Schreueley, in her widowhood, to Thomas Lovekyn of Shreueleye of all the arable land with the moiety of her meadow except 'le Dolemedewe,' which she had in the fields of Schreueleye by hereditary right after the decease of the said Warin her father; to hold from Michaelmas, 11 Edward II. for six years; the said Thomas during the said term to plough for fallow, relime and plough for sowing and to sow with his and her seed equally, for a moiety (ad medietatem) of the sheaves, and to find a moiety of the hoeing (sarclacionis) and reaping and she the other. Witnesses.
[Warw.]A. 8237. Feoffment by Adam Mariot of Taneworth to Henry de Honesworth of a rood of land with a house in the territory of Taneworth, between the land of Robert de Cedenhale and the road from Beycford mill to Taneworth church and in width between the road from Robert Cedenhale's house to the wood of the sheriff of Warwick (versus boscum visicomyti Warwychie) and Lettice (Letissie) Dolfyn's land. Sunday after St. Vincent, 15 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8238. Release by John son of Roger de Baddebi to Nicholas de Stok of ½ mark rent in which the said Nicholas was bound to him for an acre of land on Bernehul between the said Nicholas' lands. Esseby Leger, Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 10 Edward II. Witnesses:—Peter de Haroudone and others (named). Seal.
[Notts.] York.A. 8239. Letters patent, being a bond by Adam de Piqeringe, parson of the church of Misne in the county of York, to Thomas, earl of Lancastre and Leicestre, Steward of England, in 100l. due at Christmas next, certified under the seal of Nicholas de Bannebur,' abbot of Deulacres. Given at the abbey of Deulacres, 22 August, 6 Edward II. Endorsed: Obligacio Ade de Pykeringe . . . .
[Warw.]A. 8240. Letter of attorney by John Catesby, esq. to Richard Denes to deliver seisin to Nicholas Metteley, John Cotes, Robert Catesby, John Watson, parson of the church of Rodburne, William Pagyngton and William Overton of his lands &c. in the towns and fields of Rodburne, Lodbrook, Ascote, Hardewyk Prioris, Coventre and Corley, according to his charter thereof made to them. Assheby Leger, 1 April, 15 Henry VI. Seal, an (antelope's ?) head erased.
[N'hamp.]A. 8241. Feoffment by William atte Brigge, vicar of the church of Asscheby Leger and John Dogget, chaplain, to John de Catesby and Emma his wife and the heirs and assigns of John, of 7 a. land and one rood meadow in the meadow of Smallebrook which lately were Henry Rotour's, in Welton, and which Henry Engelond of the same lately held by their demise. Witnesses:—John Mallore of Welton and others (named). Welton, Monday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 17 Richard II.
[Warw.]A. 8242. Counterpart of demise by John Pecche, knight, lord of Hampton in Arden, to John Derset of Thoft and John Luttulhay of Dunchirche, for their lives in survivorship of his manor in Dunchirche; rent 106s. 8d. Hampton in Ardern, Monday before St. Peter ad Vincula, 48 Edward III. Seals.
Warw.A. 8243. Demise by John Musard, knight, lord of Beovynton, to Thomas de Wynnecote son of Peter de Wynnecote of the manor of Beovynton, co. Warrewiche, for his, the said John's, life, by 6l. rent. Witnesses:—William Spynee and others (named). Alyncestre, Sunday after the Conception, 34 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8244. Release by Robert son of Henry de Brytwalton of Herdewyk, Priour to William son of Richard Collen of Herdewyk Priour, and Agnes wife of the said William, his sister, of his right in a messuage and 4½ a. arable within and without the town, as the charter made to the said Agnes by Felicia his mother witnessed; with further grant to them of common of pasture for one beast &c. Witnesses:—Robert Dorvasal of Stonton and others (named). Monday after St. Barnabas the Apostle, 4 Edward II. Copy.
[Warw.]A. 8245. Letter of attorney by Thomas Cokkys late of Berford and John Audeley to John Stafford, esq. and Ralph Joukes, to receive from John Brome late of Warrewyk, the younger, all arrears and sums due under the writing obligatory of the said John, whereby he was bound to them in 40l. Stretford on Aven, Thursday after St. Lucy the Virgin, 34 Henry VI. Fragments of seals.
[Warw.]A. 8246. Release by Thomas Bertram of Wylluby to Richard de Lalleford and Katharine his wife, Ralph Kytten and Christian his wife, Thomas son of the said Ralph and Christian, and William le Clerk of Geydon, their heirs and assigns, of his right in the tenements they held in Magna Derset of the said William le Clerk for the term of their lives. Derset Magna, Friday the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 19 Edward [III]. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8247. Indenture of demise, Wednesday the feast of St. Simon and St. Jude, 1 Edward III, by Geoffrey son of William de Queniburg of Yelvertoft to Amicia late the wife of William Baretur of the same, for her life, of a messuage between that late Thomas Magot's and Simon Terri's, saving to him the right to build in the said messuage and make houses and to dwell in the said houses as seemed best to him; to hold by the rent of a rose at Midsummer. See A. 8251.
[Warw.]A. 8248. Counterpart indenture, being a feoffment by Henry de Lodbrok, knight, to John his son and Hawys his wife, in tail, of the manor of Herburbury, rendering him therefore during his life 10 marks sterling by quarterly payments; with reversion in default of their issue to him and his heirs. Witnesses:—Eustachius de Burneby and others (named). Lodbrok, Saturday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 17 Edward II. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 8249. Indenture of demise by Ralph called le Chapman (mercatorem) of Dercet to Margaret and Alice his daughters for their lives in survivorship of a messuage in Dercet which James (Jacob') formerly held, and a fardel (quartronam) of arable in the fields of the same which he bought of Thomas Frere (habui de empcione Thome fratris). St. Mark the Apostle, 7 Edward II.
[Glouc.]A. 8250. Inspeximus and confirmation by Richard de Portes, lord of Bromesberge, cousin and heir of Sir Richard de Bosco, knight, of the muniment (monimentum) of James de Merton which he had by the gift of the said Sir Richard de Bosco, knight, of the liberty of Henry Atenok and Adam his son, of Dymmok, late bondmen of the said Sir Richard, and the manumission which the said James de Mertone made to the said Henry and Adam with all their issue and chattels, which manumission was made at Werdesford IV Ides May, 27 Edward [I]. Dated at Dymmok, the eve of St. John . . . . . ., 31 Edward [I]. Seal of arms, broken.
[N'hamp.]A. 8251. Counterpart of A. 8247. Seal.
N'hamp.A. 8252. Counterpart of demise by John Bernard, knight, and Ellen his wife to Thomas Broun of Welton, Elizabeth his wife and John their son, for the term of their lives in survivorship from Michaelmas then next of the lands &c. which the said Thomas formerly held of John Malory and of them in the fields and meadows of Welton; rent 18s. Welton, 10 June, 8 Henry VI. Three seals.
[Warw.]A. 8253. Feoffment by Richard atte Sponne of Halughton to John son of Stephen le Cook of Cruddeworth and Agnes his wife and his heirs and assigns of all the lands &c. in the town and fields of Cruddeworth which he had by the gift and feoffment of William Veryte of Cruddeworth. Monday after St. Augustin the Bishop, 41 Edward III. Seal, broken.
[Suff.]A. 8254. Counterpart of demise by John Costyn of Hyntlesham to John Fynk of Stotton and John le Bont of Stotton, of the moiety of the profit of a mill in the town of Stotton called 'Stanforde Melne,' which mill he had to farm from Reginald le Paveli for two years the term beginning 20 May, 31 Edward [I]; and he has granted that the said John Fynk and John le Bont, fullers, shall have a moiety of the said mill during the said term with its appurtenances to wit with the pasture as he held it by the writing of the lord of the fee, they paying half expenses; the sureties of the said John Fynk and John le Bont are Roger Argent, Roger Wakelin, Roger . . . . and James Petit. Witnesses:—William de Creppinge and others (named).
[Cornw.]A. 8255. Grant by Richard, lord of Reskymmer, to John Croun, of the marriage of Amicia daughter and heir of Richard Paul of Trevyhan, and the wardship of the lands and tenements he had by reason of her minority in the town of Treskelly which the said Richard Paul her father held of him by knight servive. Witnesses:—Philip le Sor, John de Trembras, John de Erysy, John de Gregoneth, clerk. Reskymmer, Friday after St. Hilary, 27 Edward III.
N'hamp.A. 8256. Release by John Nyghtyngale of Leycestre, son and heir of John Nyghtyngale late of Braundeston, co. Northampton, to Nicholas West, Henry Brewes, and Thomas Fyssher of Daventre, of his right in a messuage in Braundeston, co. Northampton, next the tenement of William Osbern of Asshebylegger and in a croft in Falclyve, in the said county, next John Tumour's croft abutting 'in to Fallamgrene' next the croft late John Fraunceys', and in a virgate of land in the fields of Braundeston and Falclyve adjacent to the said messuage, and also in five acres of land in the said fields; all which the said Nicholas, Henry and Thomas had by the gift and feoffment of his said father. Braundeston, Tuesday after St. Mathias the Apostle, 9 Henry VI. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8257. Letter of attorney by Richard Taylour, vicar of the church of Falweslle, to John Slawston son of Thomas Slawston of Welton next Daventre to deliver seisin to the said Thomas Slawston and Joan his wife of the lands &c. in the town and fields of Welton and in the fields of Assheby Lygger, according to the effect of a charter of fee simple made to them thereof. The feast of St. James the Apostle, 3 Henry IV.
[N'hamp.]A. 8258. Release by John Malori, lord of Welton next Daventre, to John Mone of Watforde of his right in a messuage in Welton, between his tenement on one side and 'Marchals Place' on the other, saving to himself and his heirs the services therefor due to the chief lords of the fee. The feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 9 Henry IV. Witnesses: John 'of the Hull' and others (named).
[N'hamp.]A. 8259. Feoffment by John Mone of Welton next Daventre and Joan his wife to John Malory of Welton of a messuage extending 'into Lodrislarke,' between John Catesby's tenement and Richard son of William Engelond's land. The feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 4 Henry IV. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 8260. Feoffment by Robert Bartholomeu of Hatton to Richard de Boreford, clerk, and Christina his wife and the heirs and assigns of Richard, of 1 a. arable on the tillage called 'le Wowelondes' Witnesses:— Nicholas Wilemyn of Schreueleye and others (named). Sunday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 2 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8261. Indenture of demise by John Mallore, lord of Weltone, to Nicholas Ster of Weltone and Maud his wife for their lives of the messuage and half virgate of land in Weltone which William. Ferthyng held; rent 18s. and they shall find one mower, with eight men's aid (falcatorem . . . . cum auxilio octo hominum), in 'le Grenesiche,' 'le Muchelholm,' 'le Gore,' 'le Netheremede' and 'le Pece in le Overemede 'at fitting seasons, provided the said John find the said mower sufficient victuals at noon (hora nona); and they shall find one man or woman to reap (metentem) for six days, at the said John's keep for three consecutive days; and they shall do suit of court every three weeks; and they shall give a heriot on death. Sunday after the feast of St. Michael, 27 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8262. Feoffment by Henry Rotour of Weleton and Sarah his wife to Simon Eyr of the same and Maud his wife and Simon's heirs of a half acre arable in the east field of Braundeston next the land Thomas Geffrey held in bondage on Brerefurlong. Wednesday after St. James the Apostle, 15 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8263. Feoffment by John de Caldecote in Welton to Peter, vicar of Welton, of a messuage with a grange and curtilage adjacent next 'le Narewelane' &c. three half acres of arable and half an acre meadow in Welton fields, with the reversion of a rood of land on Toftifurlong next the land of the prior of Daventry which Anastacia Lovel then held by way of dower. Friday after St. Tyburch' and St. Valerian, 23 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8264. Feoffment by Henry Campioun of Weleton to Sir Richard perpetual vicar of Weleton of one rood of meadow between Chyrchehyl and Thyrnehyl next John Mallory's meadow. Whitsun Eve, 6 Edward II. Seal, quasi-armorial.
[N'hamp.]A. 8265. Release by Agnes late the wife of Richard de Duston in Weleton to Richard del Hull son of the late Robert del Hul of the same of her dower in a half acre land in the east field of Welton on Ferifurlong next land of Henry Eyr (heredis). Sunday after St. Valentine, 11 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8266. Feoffment by Nicholas de Stok of Esseby St. Leger (Sancti Leodeyarii) to Semannus his son of a half acre arable next Herwardismede between the land of Robert le Wyte and the grass (erbam) of Nicholas de Craunford. The eve of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 10 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8267. Indenture of apprenticeship by Alice late the wife of John 'of the Felde' of Kyngges Norton of her daughter Agnes to Robert Raulot of Coventre, 'purcere,' for three years from the feast of St. Lawrence the Martyr, 19 Edward III; he shall instruct her in his craft (officio) of cutting &c. red purses and colouring leather (dirigendi sculptandi consutandi loculos rubeos et corea dicto officio spectanica colorandi) &c.
[Warw]A. 8268. Release by Alice late the wife of Warner de Hampslape to Giles le Waydour of Coventry of her right in a tenement in the high street (alto vico) Coventry, next 'le Potteresrowe' between the said Giles' tenement on one side and the lane leading to William Lewyne's tenement on the other &c. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, bailiff of Coventry, Roger de Pacwod, coroner, and others (named). Saturday, the feast of the Purifica- tion, 18 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8269. Manumission by Thomas Clerk (dericus) of Hatton, in consideration of 18s. paid beforehand of Walter Lovekin of Schreuele, his bondman. The feast of All Saints, 32 Edward [I].
[Warw.]A. 8270. Feoffment by Roger de Temple of Chelvrescote to William de Merton, clerk of the prior of Eton, of a messuage in Eton over (ultra) the water, described, which Maud Basset of Eton gave him. Eton, Tuesday after St. Hilary, 24 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8271. Surrender by Robert de Hampton of Coventre, dyer (tinctor), and Alice his wife to Stephen Scatheloc of Coventry and Emma his wife of a portion of land in Whimundeslone in Coventre which they had for the term of their lives by the grant of the said Stephen and Emma before the said Stephen and Emma had given their tenement to William Austyn of Hulle, tanner; and also of another portion of a certain curtilage which they had by the grant of the said Stephen and Emma after the said Geoffrey had re-enfeoffed the said Stephen and Emma thereof for the term of their lives. Thursday after the Nativity of the B.V.M. 9 Edward III. Seals.
[Warw]A. 8272. Feoffment by Paul son and heir of Robert Brome to Richard Wyberd of Stodley of a tenement in Lapworthe, which descended to him on the death of his father Robert. Witnesses:—John de Conynggesby and others (named). Lapworthe, Wednesday after St. Parnel the Virgin, 20 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8273. Feoffment by William le Botiler son of the late Sir Henry le Botiler, knight, to William le Warner of Eccleshale and Isabel his wife for their homage and service of a half virgate of land in Folkeshul which Richard de Curly and Margery his wife formerly held, together with the messuage to the said land belonging; rent 12s. payable quarterly; consideration, a half mark silver beforehand. Witnesses:—Robert de Turvyle of Bedeworthe, Richard le Botiller of Eccleshale and others (named). Bedeworthe, Saturday, the feast of the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 27 Edward I.
[Warw]A. 8274. Release by Geoffrey son of Richard le Marchal of Coventry to Robert Miller (molendinario) called de Bysseleye of his right in a messuage in Coventry in Bridge Street (in vico qui cocatur inter pontes ex parte prioris), between his own and William de Galewey's tenements; rendering to the chief lords of the fee the services due and accustomed, viz. to Henry Baker (pistori) a halfpenny, and to Hugh de Merynton 6s. as in the charter of the said Hugh to him is more fully contained. Witnesses:—Robert called Baker (pistore) then bailiff of Coventry, Anketin de Colleshull then coroner, and others (named). Thursday after St. Denis, 2 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 8275. Feoffment by Richard son of John atte Berne of Thone- worth to Robert Isekyn of a place of land he had by the demise and feoffment of William Herberd, between land of William atte Bache, 'le Rowemedewe' and land of John'de Bartone. Sunday after St. Augustine, 18 Edward II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8276. Feoffment by John son of John Colman of Yelvertoft to Peter son of Henry de Pidyngton of the same, of two roods arable there in 'le Moor.' Sunday before St. Margaret the Virgin, 20 Edward III.
Leic. N'hamp.A. 8277. Indenture, being a surrender by Elizabeth Danys to William Ryvel of Buckeby of all the lands she had in dower in Buckeby, co. Northampton and Ryngethorp, co. Leicester, on payment to her or her attorney during her life of five marks at Tykyngcote yearly. Tykyngcote, Friday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 38 Edward III. Fragments of seal of arms.
[Warw.]A. 8278. Feoffment by Thomas atte Grene to Agnes de Merynton late wife of Hugh de Merynton of Coventry of all his lands and tenements &c. there. Witnesses:—John Warde then bailiff, and others (named). Friday after the Ascension, 18 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8279. Feoffment by Richard son of Henry de Craunford to Simon son of Richard Terry of 4 a. 1 rood land in Yelvertoft except the heads (cheviciis) thereto belonging, position described. 9 November, 7 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8280. Feoffment by Richard Mabely, chaplain, to Thomas de Meryngton, William de Southam, rector of the church of Lodbrok, John de Napton, chaplain, Richard de Rodborne, chaplain, Willliam de Ofchirche, clerk, and William Broke, chaplain, of the manor of Bobenhull, as fully and entirely as he had it by the gift and grant of John Beauchamp of Holt with all the estate he had therein, &c. Witnesses:—Robert de Stafford, knight, John de Napton, lord of Weston, Richard de Hampton of Coventry and others (named). Saturday the feast of the Nativity of the B.V.M. 49 Edward III. Seal.
[Devon.]A. 8281. Feoffment by Nicholas Greyndel to Robert de Whytton, 'skynner,' of the land which came to him by the death of Alice late the wife of John Bernevyle in the manor of Heghys. La Heghys, Sunday before St. Hilary, 11 Edward III.
[N'hamp.]A. 8282. Release by Robert son of John atte Welle and heir of Cherlton to Hugh son of William de Bradewelle of Catesby of his right in a messuage, croft and curtilage in the town of Cherlton between the tenements of Walter 'in le Lane' and William atte Chapel except two cottages abutting on the highway called 'atte Greneende' and which formerly were Robert atte Welle's, with 32 a. arable in the fields of Cherlton, with 3s. 4d. rent in the town of Cherlton. Friday after the Purification, 4 Edward III. Copy.
[Warw.]A. 8283. Release by Robert Magston of Magna Derset to William le Clerk of Geydon, Richard de Lalleford and Katharine his wife, Ralph Kytten and Christian his wife and Thomas their son, and the heirs of the said William of his right in the tenements which the said Richard and Katharine, Ralph and Christian and Thomas then held in Magna Derset of the said William for the term of their lives by the demise of the said William. Witnesses:—John Nel, Thomas Kytten and others (named). Geydon, Friday after the Conception, 18 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 8284. Feoffment by Robert Bartholomeu of Hatton to Richard de Boreford, clerk, and Christian his wife, of a half acre land on Redhulfeld, and a butt (butto), position described; also of 1½d. rent from two half acres, one on Rowelowe and one on Nepfurlong tillages. Hatton, Monday after Easter, 2 Edward II.
[Linc.]A. 8285. Release by Henry son of Jordan Clark (clerici) of Lincoln to Robert Hare citizen of Lincoln of his right in 7 a. arable and 1½ perch meadow in Canewyk, position described in detail. Monday in the Octave of Easter, 15 Edward II.
[N'hamp.]A. 8286. General release by William Scotyn to William Ryvel of Buckeby. Daylyngton, Saturday, Easter Eve, 28 Edward III. Seal quasi- heraldic.
Warw.A. 8287. Letter of attorney by John Marvyn of Watford, co. Northampton, chaplain, Geoffrey Bekurton, of Bekurton, co. Chester, and Richard Wryght of Assheby Leger, co. Northampton, to William Overton, to deliver seisin to William Treverden of county Cornwall, clerk, John Fyssher of county York, chaplain, and Thomas Hynton, of Weryngton, co. Lancaster, of a moiety of the manor of Lappeworth, co. Warwick, which lately was of John Buckemore of Coventry. Lappeworth, Wednesday before the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 4 Henry VI. One seal remaining.
[N'hamp.]A. 8288. Feoffment by Simon Fryseby of Esseby Liger to John Naseby of Watforde of 1 rood arable in Esseby field between the lands of Roger ate Welle and Richard Hoggesone, extending 'into Holmes' of Esseby at Watlyngstret. Esseby, Monday after St. Luke the Evangelist, 22 Richard II. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8289. Feoffment by Richard Naseby of Watford to John de Catesby of Assheby Leger of one rood arable in the town and fields of Asehebyleger on 'les Rodelynges' furlong, next Wattelynstrete, in the south field of the town of Assheby Leger, between lands of Robert Hoggeson on either side. 14 May, 7 Henry V. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8290. Counterpart of grant by Geoffrey de Edmundscote and Joan his wife, daughter and heir of William Revell, to Thomas de Chambre of Kenilleworth, of Roger Palmer their bondman of their manor of Bucby; to have and to hold the said Roger with all his issue (sequela) begotten and to be begotten, with all their chattels and goods moveable and immoveable within Bucby and without, wherever found, to him the said Thomas his heirs and assigns for the term of the life of the said Geoffrey &c. Witnesses:—Henry Gentelman and others (named). Edmundescote, the feast of Ad Vincula of St. Peter, 16 Richard II. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8291. Feoffment by John Broun of Toneworth to Edith daughter of Adam 'in the Heth' of the parish of Sulhull, of all lands &c. which descended to him on the death of Walter Broun his father in the town of Toneworth. Witnesses:—Henry Sydenhale, Richard 'on the Heth' and others (named). The feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 4 Edward II. Seal.
Leic. N'hamp.A. 8292. Release by William Wryght of Sheldon son of William Wryght late of Swynford to Nicholas Couley 'gentilman,' of his right in all those his lands and tenements in the towns and fields of Swynford, co. Leycestre, and Yelvertoft, co. Northampton, which formerly were the said William Wryght's. Swynford, 14 October, 30 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 8293. Demise by Scolastica Austyn of Lappeworth late the wife of John Austyn of the same to Hugh de Braundeston, lord of Lappeworth, for the term of her life, of all the lands and tenements she had in Lappe- worth by the grant and gift of Richard Corvycer of Henleye. The feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross, 32 Edward III.
N'hamp.A. 8294. Feoffment by Agnes Brette late the wife of John Brette of Retherby one of the daughters of John Caumbrigge and Elizabeth his wife daughter and heir of Robert de Gaddesby and Katharine his wife in her pure widowhood to John Assheby of Assheby Lygger of her lands &c. in Yelvertoft, co. Northampton, which came to her as her share of the inheritance upon a partition with her sisters Elizabeth Moreton and Emma Humberston, which lands were formerly of Robert de Gaddesby son and heir of Ralph de Gaddesby. Yelvertoft, 11 September, 7 Henry VI. Witnesses:—Thomas Derby and John Danet of Gaddesby, esquires, and others named.
[N'hamp.]A. 8295. Demise by John son of Henry le Eyr of Welton to Julian his daughter and Richard, William and John his sons for their lives in survivorship of a messuage with a curtilage in Welton in 'le Narwelane' next the tenement formerly William Martyn's. Monday before St. Donstan, 23 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 8296. Grant by Richard Broun of Weleton, chaplain, to Thomas de Sadyngton and Margery his wife and their heirs lawfully begotten between them of a capital messuage, toft, croft, &c. and the third part of a water-mill &c. in Welton town, formerly John Ace's; also of two messuages with 5 a. land 1 rood meadow in the town and fields of Welton, which were one Alice Martyn's; which messuages with lands, meadows and the third part of the mill he had by the gift of the said Thomas Ace [i.e. de Sadyngton]; also of all the goods &c. thereon; to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies with remainder in default to the right heirs of the said Thomas. Welton, Saturday, the morrow of the Purification, 4 Edward III, beginning. Copy.
[N'hamp.]A. 8297. Feoffment by Thomas Adam of Braundeston, chaplain, to John de Burgh of Braundeston and Agnes his wife of two messuages in Braundeston, one next Richard Est's tenement, the other next that of Henry le Heir of Welton. Saturday, the feast of St. Edmund the Bishop, 33 Edward III.
Glouc.A. 8298. Release by Roger Kemmes, Roger Phelipot, Stephen Netherton, Robert Strongbone and Thomas Clerk to John Adames other- wise called Bugegode of Thornbury, co. Gloucester, of their right in all those lands &c. called 'Colyns' in Thornbury which formerly were of Alice Bartlot alias Alice Forster, which they lately had by the gift and feoffment of John Danyell son and heir of John Danyell, late of Thornbury, among other lands and tenements, 20 November, 39 Henry VI. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 8299. Counterpart of demise by Emma de Catesby to William Coton, vicar of the church of Watteford, for twenty years, at 40s. and six capons rent, of a capital messuage in Watteford, viz. a hall with two chambers at the end of it, a long house, a dovecot, orchard and garden, a croft called 'Goscroft' with 'le mulnedam,' and lands specified in the fields there. Asscheby Leger, the feast of the Annunciation, 10 Henry IV.
[N'hamp.]A. 8300. Bond by John Wyleby of Bobenhull to John de Catesby in 20l. due at Whitsuntide next at Asshebyleger, co. Northampton. Thursday after St. Gregory the Pope, 14 Richard II.