Deeds
A.10001 - A.10100

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1902

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491-508

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'Deeds: A.10001 - A.10100', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 491-508. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64415 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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A.10001 - A.10100

Camb.A. 10001. Feoffment by Robert Rolff and Richard Rolff of Berton, co. Cambridge, to Richard and Henry Aylemer, of the same, of 2a. ½ rood arable lying dispersed in the fields of Berton viz. l½ roods next lands of the Master and Scholars of the College of Corpus Christi and St. Mary the Virgin of Cambridge, and of Richard Charleton, &c. which, together with other lands, they had by the feoffment of John Loudon of Berton. Witnesses:— Richard and John Aungere of Berton and others (named). 5 December, 2 Henry VII.
[Cornw.]A. 10002. Indenture being a feoffment by Ralph Reskymer, esquire, lord of Trewarthian, to William Gurlyn of Gurlyn, of a tenement in Marghasbyan with a garden annexed, between the tenement of Thomas Burwyk and that late of John Bon Jon, with a parcel of land between land of the heirs of Ralph Vivian and the heirs of Lannargh, &c.; also of 20 perches of land south of the way leading from Marghasbyan to Bolyn, &c.; to hold to the said William and the heirs of his body by knight service; rent, 3s. 6d. and a pair of white gloves for all service save suit of court twice a year of the manor of Trevarthian. Witnesses:—Thomas Treuth- gam, John Godolghan of Marghajowe, William Clemowe and others (named). Dated at Marghajowe, 5 November, 27 Henry VI.
[Camb.]A. 10003. Letter of attorney by Robert Rolffe of Berton and Richard Rolffe, late of the same, to John Newman of Tofte, to deliver seisin to Richard and Henry Aylemer, of Berton, of 2a. and ½ rood arable lying dispersed in the fields of Berton, as by their charter of even date. 5 December, 2 Henry VII.
Camb.A. 10004. Feoffment by Richard Aylemer of Berton and Henry Aylemer, to John Newman of Comberton, Thomas Newman, Thomas Baron and William 'of Burne' of la. arable lying dispersed in the fields of Berton, co. Cambridge, viz. ½d. at Watercoddys next land of Geoffrey Amys and of the vicarage of Berton and ½a. at 'Cambrigge wey' next land of the College of Clare Hall (collegii aule Clare) &c. which they had by the gift of Richard Dyke and Richard Cleve of Berton. Witnesses:—Richard Aunger the elder and younger and others (named). 2 July, 3 Henry VII.
Cornw.A. 10005. General release by William Trethek of the county of Cornwall to Oto Treverthyan, knight. Merthyn, 6 August, 4 Henry V.
[Cornw.]A. 10006. Indenture made at Lanhadron, 16 December, 17 Henry VI, between 'Rauf Reskymer, squyer,' and Thomas Arundel, knight, being an agreement that William eldest son of Ralph should marry 'Felyp' daughter of Sir Thomas and Dame Elizabeth his wife; Ralph to enfeoff them of lands to the value of 10l. yearly within two weeks after marriage, and after ten years, if 'Dame Johaan the wif of Thomas Carmynou squyer' died within that time, or if not, whenever she died, to enfeoff them of 10l. yearly in land; Sir Thomas to have the 'kepyng and the governance' of them 'tille that thei kune rewele ham by reson and discrecion' &c. if 'Felyp' died before the marriage, William to marry her sister Elizabeth; Sir Thomas to pay 100 marks for the marriage and to prosecute a suit in Ralph's name against Thomas Lucombe and his wife for the manor of Cabilye, which manor, if recovered, after Sir Thomas had recouped himself out of it, to be settled on the said William and Felyp. Witnesses:—Sir William Bodrugan, knight, John Colyn of Helland, Otys Tregonan. English.
[Heref.]A. 10007. Chirograph indented, being a demise by Walter de Sarnesfeld son of Walter, lord (domini) of Sarnesfeld, to Walter de Wodemanton, of [his grange] at Halewarston and within the parish of Sarnefeud, which he bought of Robert de Syuete . . . with all the appurtenances except the hall, garden, and stone-roofed buildings, from Michaelmas, 34 Edward I, for two years; for this Walter to pay yearly eight seams (summas) of good corn well winnowed, &c. Witnesses:—John, lord of Sarnesfeud, Sir Henry, rector of the same town, and others (named).
Camb.A. 10008. Feoffment by Henry Fullere of Berton, co. Cambridge, to Richard Aunger, Robert Outlawe, the younger, and Richard Freman of Hatteley, of all his lands, &c. in Berton and Grancete. Berton, Thursday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 5 Henry V.
[Cornw.]A. 10009. Bond by John Carnarthur, Reginald Hendre, and William Nanscalan, to John Reskymmer, esquire, in 100l. due at Easter, conditioned for their standing to the award, together with Joan, Margaret and Maud, their respective wives, and their said wives' heirs, of Richard Nanfan, knight, touching the title, in dispute between them and the said John, of lands, &c. in Pennarth next Treveke and Carveyneke Wolas. 12 January, 7 Henry VII.
Camb.A. 10010. Letter of attorney by William Roydon of Fulbourne, co. Cambridge, to his son Thomas Roydon, to deliver seisin to Robert Holder of Barton, co. Cambridge, 'yoman,' John Aunger and Thomas Skynner of the same, of 3a. ½ rood arable lying dispersed in the fields of Barton. 10 January, 19 Henry VIII. Seal.
Camb.A. 10011. Feoffment by William Roydon of Fulbourne, co. Cambridge, and Thomas Roydon, his son, to Robert Holder, of Barton, in the said county, 'yoman,' John Aunger, and Thomas Skynner, of the same, of 3a. ½ rood arable lying dispersed in the fields of Barton, abutting on 'Arwygges,' or 'Arwyges,' 'Wey,' lands of the college or hall of St. Katharine the Virgin, of the prior and convent of Barnewell, of William Bokenham, S.T.P., of the college or hall called 'Clar' Halle,' on 'Yelow- beane land,' on land called 'Duchery lond,' &c. 10 January, 19 Henry VIII. Seals.
[Cornw.]A. 10012. Indenture made 11 December, at Reskymer, 49 and 1 Henry VI, being the award of William Antron, Otys Treffusys and John Boskawen upon matters in dispute between William Reskymer, esquire, and John Petyt, esquire, viz. the said John shall 'enffeffe' the said William 'of his place Engelly in the parisse of Seynt Mowgan in Maneke in Karyer Hundred' for three years, without impeachment of waste, saving to the said John all trees thereon; general releases to be made by each to the other; their respective claims for homage to be determined by their learned counsel before Michaelmas next; distresses levied on either side to be given up, except the said John pay for the pasture of the beasts 'whyche beyn in Restronga yn pownde '; bonds in 20l. to be entered into by both parties. Seals.
[Cornw.]A. 10013. Feoffment by William son and heir of Ralph de Tregot [Tregoys] to Thomas Petticrue [Pedicru] and Alice his wife, and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas, with remainder in default to John de Trevaynhon in tail, with remainder in default to the right heirs of Thomas, of the reversion expectant on the death of Isabel de Trevael, late the wife of Sir Ralph de Tregot, his father, who held the same of his inheritance, in dower in the manor of Trederf, of the whole land [a messuage and all the land] of Nansauson [Nanssauson] next Trederf, with the homages, rents and services of William de Rostourec, Reginald de Kervich [Kervyec], Reginald de la Medissole [Medesoyl], Osbert de Nanskelly, John Jan [Janna] of Nanskelly, Ivo de Trederf, Nicholas de Trederf, Roger de Funtenlasech [Funtenlasec] and Richard Herding of Trederf [Richard Herdyn and Andrew de Trewenys], his tenants by homage and service in Trederf, with lawns (landis), moors and all other its appurtenances in the manor of Trederf, with 6d. from the stream (beda) of the mill of Fordgeu; rendering therefore yearly, after the death of the said Isabel, 51s. 4d. Witnesses:—Peter de Trelewyd, Stephen de Denesel [Dinesel], Jordan de Brenyon [Breynon], Robert de Talgarrec, Gilbert the clerk. Dated at Connerton [Conerton], Sunday the morrow of St. James the Apostle, 4 Edward II.
Variants in brackets from A. 10014. cf. A. 8863 and A. 10033.
A. 10014. Duplicate of A. 10013.
[Cornw.]A. 10015. Feoffment by Thomas son of Ralph de Trebervet of all his land of Trebervet, to wit the whole town of Trebervet, to Benedict de Roscrou. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph de Tregod, knight, Alan de Rosmerin, Roger de Tregeu, Geoffrey de Tredutual, Matthew le Bayus. Penryn, Saturday after St. Andrew, 24 Edward [I].
[Cornw.]A. 10016. Indenture being an acquittance by John Pedyt of Trenerth to Nicholas de Pennans for 18 marks received by the hands of Henry, Nicholas' son, in part of 200l. wherein the said Nicholas, John de Killygrew and others were bound to him; also grant to the said Henry, son and heir of Nicholas, that neither he nor his heirs shall be distrained or vexed by him on account of the said debt of 200l. so long as they keep the present writing in their own hands, so that it come not to the hand of any of the other debtors to his prejudice. Witnesses:—John de Herysy, . . . ., Thomas Blowyow, Henry de Trewennard, Henry the clerk. Dated at Helleston, . . . before St. James the Apostle, 21 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10017. Release by Daniel de Trewen, to Nicholas de Tregennoro, clerk, of three pieces (particulas) of land in Trewen, viz. of all his right in the croft of Kestellbrun, the croft of 'le Perperneie,' and ½a. land English in a croft called Doerhyr, in exchange for half the land which Richard de Mores had of him in Gwaelhecarn; to hold by the same service, as the charter of feoffment of the moiety of the whole land of the town of Trewen, to the said Nicholas by him more fully made, witnessed. Witnesses:— John de Trembeththou, Benedict de Brevannec, Henry de Boskawenros, Daniel de St. Madron (Sancto Maderno), Thomas de Trenyer, clerk.
[Cornw.]A. 10018. Feoffment by Roger, lord of Reskemmer, to Luke (Luce) de Tredaek of 12d. rent with the homage, service and fealty of Robert Akys of Penhalvyhan for a half ferling of land there; of the like of Nicholas de Penhalvyhan for the same; of 2s. [rent] with the homage, &c. of Thomas de Pennans for ½a. land in Pennans; of 10d. with the homage, &c. of the said Thomas for a ferling of land in Trenresky; 6d. with the homage, &c. of John de Nansfyn for a half ferling of land in Pennans; 12d. with &c. of Nicholas de Pennans in the same town; 12d. with the homage, &c. of the said Nicholas for a ferling of land in Lanhergy; 2s. with, &c. of Luke (Luce) de Tredaek for la. land in Penhalmur; 6d. with, &c. of Thomas son of Richard de Pennans for a half ferling of land in the same town; to be paid to the said Luke his heirs and assigns, half yearly; also of 22d. with the homage, &c. of Peter de Coysgaran for one third of an acre of land in the same town, payable quarterly; with all his right of (moleti) and toll of tin in the manor of Pensegnans. Witnesses:—Sir Michael Petyt, John de Trejagu, William de Brae, Gervase de Brae, Ralph de Rosmiryn. Dated at Treueru, Saturday, St. John's eve, 12 Edward II. Copy.
Camb.A. 10019. Feoffment by Robert Fanne of Berton and John Woderoue of Shelford to Richard Aunger the elder of Berton, Richard Abbott, clerk, Thomas Lacy of London, Robert Rolff of Berton and John Cleve of the same, of all the lands, &c. in Berton, Whitwell, Grauncestre and Cotes, which, together with Richard Aunger of Berton, the elder, son and heir of Nicholas Aunger, late of the same, deceased, and John Freman, since deceased, they had by the grant of William Hasilden, esquire, Thomas Lacy of Grauncestre, and Richard Rolff, late of Berton, by charter dated at Berton, October, 9 Edward IV. Berton, 15 May, 22 Edward IV.
[Cornw]A. 10020. Feoffment by Richard Henry of Truru and Joan his wife to John Tretherf, esquire, of all their messuages, &c. in the town of Truruburgh. Witnesses:—William Bodrugan, knight, John Bevyle, Henry Trevernoure, Reginald Tretherf, rector of the church of St. Ladock (Sancte Ladoce), John Trewyk. Monday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 8 Henry VI. Seals, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 10021. Counterpart of demise for sixty years, at 30s. rent, by Ralph Reskymmer, esquire, to Pascoe (Paschasius) Paffard, of all his lands, &c. in Willis next Chymeder, and 4a. of land of the lordship of Gwynnyon next Nampyan, which Richard Raw lately held; to hold as conven- tionary tenant, &c. (tenend' de me et heredibus meis in convencionaria reddendo &c.). Witnesses:—Richard Tregoys, Thomas Roscruk, John Skywys, Richard Boneython, Reginald Gayr. 1 May, 17 Henry VI. Seal, broken. Endorsed: Wynnyanton.
Cornw.A. 10022. Indenture made between John Gybbes of Pensans, co. Cornwall, of the one part, and John Goffe, Spaniard (Ispann'), of the other, witnessing that John Goffe has put himself to the said John Gybbes to be taught the art of fishing (ad artem piscandi erudiendam), to dwell with him as an apprentice and to serve from the feast of St. Philip and St. James next for eight years, during which term he shall serve the said John Gybbes and Agnes his wife as his masters, &c.; they shall train him in the trade (in arte piscarie), chastising him (debito mode castigand'), &c. and he shall have 20s. from them at the end of the term. Witnesses:—Richard Bascawen, Robert Martyn, Robert Cosyn. Pensans, 1 April, 37 Henry VI. Seal.
Cornw.A. 10023. Release by John Reskymmer, esquire, to John Carewe, clerk, prior of the hospital or priory of St. John the Baptist next the bridge of Helstonburgh, and his successors for ever, of all his right in all the lands, &c. in the towns and places of Penfenten, Menethclusowe, Neuham and elsewhere within the county of Cornwall to the said priory belonging, and in all masses, prayers, orasons and devotions daily [and] yearly to be celebrated and said for his soul and his parents' souls. Witnesses:—John Godolghan, Thomas Seyntaubyn, Henry Gylyott, John Penrosmethle, John Nanskylly. 10 April, 2 Henry VII. Endorsed: Memorandum that thes dedes wer falsly forgyd by Carewe and other and so confessyd and delyveryd to J. Reskymer to be cancelled.
Cornw.A. 10024. Feoffment by Robert Kyrrys of Westham, co. Essex, 'gentilman,' son of John Kyrrys late of Rostvyek, co. Cornwall, to John Gybbes, of all his lands, &c. in Rostvyek and Garros in the parish of Gulval (Sancte Wilvele) in the hundred of Penwith, in the said county, which descended to him on the decease of Joan Kyrrys, his mother, and Alice late the wife of William de Calathre, his aunt, the daughters and coheirs of David de Rostvyek. Witnesses:—William Resmodres, William Clymmowe, Thomas Plemmyn, Martin Pendre, Geoffrey Kenegy. Rostvyek, 28 July, 13 Edward IV. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10025. Indenture being a feoffment by Thomas Roscruk son and heir of Richard Roscruk to Thomas Roscruk son of James Roscruk, of the rent and service of John Thomkyn for the lands, &c., which the said John held of him in the town of Penhalwyn for term of years with the reversion thereof; rent, during the said term, a grain of corn at Michaelmas, and thereafter, for the first twenty years, after the end of the said term, 1d., and thereafter 40s. at the terms usual in the hundred of Kerryer. Witnesses:—William Tregos, William Brytt, John Skewys, Richard Feres, Richard Bonython. Penhalwyn, 4 July, 8 Henry VI. Copy.
[Cornw.]A. 10026. Indenture of demise by John de Trevarthyan to Richard Boskennau and Joan his wife for their lives, of the messuages, &c. rents and services of free tenants, &c. in Marghasbyghan, which he had recovered against them by writ of right in the court of Trejewal, with the reversion of the lands, &c. and rents and services of free tenants, &c. which Eustace Trenaek and Eva his wife held of him for the term of the life of the said Eva in Marghasbyghan; rent, 19½d. and the like for the reversion, for all service, save suit of court twice a year. Witnesses:—Robert Clemmow, Nicholas Cardreu, John Luky, William Wallou, William Quarrel. Dated at Marghadion, Tuesday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 45 Edward III. See A. 10028.
[Cornw.]A. 10027. Indenture, reciting that disputes had arisen between Richard de Reskemmer and John son of Bartholomew le Senechal touching lands, &c. for which the said John had sued the said Richard in the King's court before the justices of the Bench upon a writ of entry (per brere de ingressu quod dicitur post dim[i]ssionem, viz., for the whole tenement of Rosneython, Tregenfreys, Treulecyon Woeles, Treulecyon Wartha, Pordeustek, and a ferling of land in Carnellas, viz. a moiety of the whole town, as divided for the purposes of the present charter, with 12d. rent for the stream (bedo) of Godrevi mill, and likewise for Tregelohan, Trebichan, Tyenuran, Trebervet and a moiety of the town of Carnellas, with the homage and service of Ralph de Tregot for 1a. land in Tyenals and Tregellest; it was at length agreed as follows:—the said Richard gave to the said John and his heirs all the lands of Rosneython, Treulechyon Woeles,Treulechyon War[t]ha,Tregenfreys, Pordeustek and a ferling of land in Carnellas, viz., a moiety of the whole town of Carnellas, and 12d. rent for the stream of Godrevi mill, doing service therefore as much as belongs to . . . seven acres of land in Rosneython of a fee of Morteyn; for this the said John has released his right to the said Richard in the towns of [Tregelohan], Trebichan, Tyenuran, Trebervet, and a moiety of the town of Carnellas with the homage and service of Ralph de [Tregot for one] acre of land in Tyenals and Tregellest. Witnesses:—Sir Ralph Blocyou, Sir John de Alet, and Sir Hugh . . . . . William le Simple, Robert de Ceneyll, Thomas de Trenpole, John de Funten- keran, clerk, . . . . . Monday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, . . . Edward . . . . Fragment of seal. Endorsed: Tenur' Comitis Oxon' in Rosneython et al'.
[Cornw.]A. 10028. Counterpart of A. 10026.
[Camb.]A. 10029. Feoffment by Maud late the wife of William le Mareys of Berton and Margaret daughter of the said William to Gamelyn de Cottyng- wyth of Berton of three selions lying together in Madwefeld of Berton at 'le Cros' next land which Geoffrey le Lorymer held in bondage of Sir Bartholomew de Burwahs, abutting on Robert Outelawe's land. Sunday after St. Mark, 20 Edward III.
Camb.A. 10030. Indenture being an agreement between Richard Baroun and Alice his wife, of the one part, and Simon de Glynton, parson of Helgeye, and John de Huntyngdon, parson of Gravele, of the other, to wit that the said Richard and Alice shall give all their lands, &c. in Gravelee, co. Cambridge, inherited or purchased by the said Alice and her ancestors, to the said Sir Simon and Sir John, by fine levied in court, in consideration of 25 marks, viz. 5 marks at once, 10 marks on the levying of the fine, and 10 marks within half a year thereafter, and two robes forthwith, viz. at Whitsuntide next, and thereafter a robe of office for Richard yearly (une robe par an de suyte de gent doffice) and for Alice a robe every third year of stuff like a clerk's and furred (de tiel.drape come les clerks pernount ove la furrure), for the term of their lives; further, a chaplain shall have 20a. and a house (mees) and croft next Robert de Pappeworth's, for life, out of the said lands, &c, and another chaplain after him, to sing (a chaunter) for the souls of Robert atte Halle and of Alice his daughter, aforesaid, and of all their ancestors, of the abbot and convent of Rameseye and for all Christian souls, in the church of Gravelee for ever (pardurablement). Rameseye, 12 April, 16 Edward III. French.
Endorsed: Indentura Ricardi Baren de Gravelee et Alicie uxoris ejus Simoni de Glyngton rectori ecclesie de Elyngheye et Johanni atelaneshede de Huntingdon, rectori ecclesie de Gravele.
Cornw.A. 10031. Counterpart indenture being a feoffment by Amicia late the wife of John Trevisa, widow, to John Mohun, John Skewys, Reginald Tretherff, James Veell and Peter Sentalbyn, of all her lands, &c. in Lannargh meour, Marghasowe, Marghasvyghan, Helston Burgh, Tresoward, Erlyn, Rescoll, Retalek, Tregoys and Gwenna and elsewhere in the county of Cornwall, to hold to the use of her, the said Amicia, for the term of her life, and after her decease to the use of Thomas Tretherff and Mary his wife and the heirs of their bodies, and in default of such issue to the use of her, the said Amicia's right heirs: attorneys to deliver seisin John Densell and John Udy. 12 February, 23 Henry VII.
[Cornw.]A. 10032. Letter of attorney by Walter de Carnduym to Nicholas de Trewithou to deliver seisin to his daughter Nicholaa of a messuage and a place in the Borough of Penren. Penren, Sunday before St. Luke the Evangelist, 10 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10033. Feoffment by William son and heir of Ralph de Tregod to Thomas Pedycru of Brongolou and Alice his wife, in tail, with remainder to John de Trevaynon in tail, of the reversion expectant on the death of Isabel late the wife of the said Ralph his father, who held the same in dower, of a messuage and all the land of Nanssauson next Tretherff with the lawns and moors of Gwoen Restyr and Funthen Ladeck, with 6d. rent from mill stream (bedo) of Fordkeu; also grant to them of the like reversion, with the like remainder of the rents and services of William de Rostoureck, Reginald de Kernnyeck, Reginald de la Medesole, Osbert de Nanskelly, John Janne of Nanskelly, Ivo de Tretherff, Nicholas de Tretherff, Roger de Funthenladeck, Richard Herdyng and Andrew de Trewent, for the lands, &c. which they held of him in the manor of Tretherff; with remainder in default of John de Trevaynon's issue, to the right heirs of the said Thomas. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Cornwall (Cornubia), Peter de Trelewyth, Stephen de Dynesel, Jurdan de Breynion, Robert de Talgarreck. Conerton, Sunday the morrow of St. James the Apostle, 4 Edward II. Endorsed: Nansawsyn, Fentenlasek, Nanskelly. Cf. A. 8863, A. 10313 and A. 10014.
Cornw.A. 10034. Feoffment by Henry Talgarrek to John Skewys, James Erysy, Richard Penros, and Odo Goeff, of all his lands, &c. in Talgarrek and Redruyth, and elsewhere in the county of Cornwall; attorneys to deliver seisin, William Tretherff and John Robyn. Witnesses:—John Arundell, knight, Richard Code, esquire, Peter Seyntawbyn. London, 8 February, 24 Henry VII. Seal. Memorandum endorsed of enrolment on dorse of close roll.
Camb.A. 10035. Feoffment by Richard Aunger, the younger, of Barton, co. Cambridge, son and heir of Richard Aunger, the elder, late of Barton, to John Alger of Cambridge, Richard Allwey, John Meysaunte, Richard Alger and Henry Bewyke of Cambridge, of a croft with a toft adjacent containing 2½a. land, called 'Barkerscrofte,' in Barton, next lands of Corpus Christi College, &c, whereof his said father died seised in fee simple. 16 November, 22 Henry VII. Seal, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 10036. Letter of attorney by John de Goenspailard to Roger le Profoys to deliver seisin to Walter Renaud of la Medeshole and Maud his wife, of all his lands, &c. in Landreyn. Monday after the Purification, 5 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10037. Feoffment by Richard Smith (faber) of Hae to Walter de Tretherf and Maud his wife, of a third part of an acre of land, Cornish, formerly belonging to Hamelin de Landreyn in Landreyn, with common of pasture for all manner beasts through all the land of Landreyn Rous; to hold to them and the heirs of Walter. Witnesses:—Richard Peticru, Stephen de Boswydel, John Janna of Nanskyl[li], Thomas de Nanskylli, Roger de Penros, clerk. Tretherf, Tuesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 20 Edward III. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10038. Feoffment by Richard Smith (faber) to Roger le Proves of Landreyn and Joan his wife in tail, of a messuage and all his land in Landreyn mur; rent, 8d. for the first three years and thereafter 20s. Landrayn, the feast of St. Francis the Confessor, 18 Edward III. Endorsed: . . . . Landrynne.
[Cornw.]A. 10039. Feoffment by John Organ of Treworian to Walter Renaud and his heirs, of a piece of land next the ditch stretching from the land of La Byry towards Treworian, and of his garden in Treworian, between the garden of Richard de Treworian and John Oliver's. Witnesses:— Oger de Clegher, Andrew de Penhal, John de Nanskelli, Richard de Treworian, Richard le Poher. Tretherf, Sunday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 18 Edward II. Seal, broken. Endorsed: Horgan, Treworyan. Cf. A. 10480.
[Cornw.]A. 10040. Indenture of demise by John Tretherf, esquire, to Henry Furet and Joan his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, for the term of one hundred years, of the lands, &c. whereof the said Henry and Davit Hostyler were conventionary tenants at will (ad voluntatem meam in convencione) in the town and place of Medeshole and Goen Margh; rent, 15s. at the four terms usual in the manor of Tretherf, suit of court there twice a year, and the best beast as heriot, &c. Witnesses:—Stephen Boswydell, William Pryour, Nicholas Hendre. Tretherf, Thursday after St. Katharine the Virgin, 16 Henry VI. Endorsed: Medschole et Gonmargh.
[Cornw.]A. 10041. Feoffment by Henry de Pomer[i] son of Henry de Pomer[i] and of Alice de Ver, to Robert de Carmino, for his homage and service, of the whole land of Tretheuerki, to wit all that land which Walter de Treuerbin held of him in Tretheuerki; to hold to the said Robert and his heirs of him and his heirs, &c. by hereditary right; rendering therefore a pair of gilt spurs at Midsummer for all service. Witnesses:—Hamelin de Bollay, Richard de Crues, Ralph Lercedekne (Archidiacono), John de Glin, Ralph Blund (albo), Thomas de Pridias, Roger Come, Michael and John, the clerks. Endorsed: Tretheves.
[Cornw.]A. 10042. Indenture made at Bodmin, Friday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 6 Edward II, being the defeasance of a feoffment made by Reginald Lowys to Roger le Tayllour of Bodmin of a messuage and all his land in Stemgelly, a tenement and close next St. Leonard's Chapel in Bodmin, lands, specified, in Penbugel next Birycome, the reversion of the land which Mirabilla late the wife of Nicholas Lowys, his father, held in dower in Penbugel and Bodmin, and the services of John Bron, Richard Genes, Alexander de Penbugel, Ralph Donewych, William de Thywerthewy, Roger Martyn and Walter Dyn; viz. the feoffment to be void on payment by the said Reginald to the said Roger, at Lostwithyel, on Ascension Day next, of fourteen thousand-weight of stamped tin (quatuordecim milia stag- minis cognhiati). Endorsed: Indentura Regenaldi Lowis de terra Stengelli.
[Cornw.]A. 10043. Indenture being a feoffment by William de Polgroen to Thomas de Carmynou, son and heir of Sir Roger de Carmynou, knight, of two messuages, which John Serl and Thomas Amyz formerly held of him as conventionary tenants (pretenuerunt de me in convencionar'), in the town of Polgroen, with two gardens annexed, together with a parcel of land between two ways from the garden of Polgroen to Crousbronnou, with a mowing meadow under Croft en Ferngy, with pasture for all manner beasts in the lawn of Polgroen and in the moor of Lofhal, with estovers of reeds (carectis) for roofing (cooperand') the said messuages; rent, for the first forty-one years, a grain of corn at Michaelmas, and thereafter 40s. Witnesses:— Richard de Reskemmer, Robert Feres, Henry de Tregadreth, Henry Nanffan, Thomas Trevergi. Carmynou, Wednesday before Michaelmas, 34 Edward III. Endorsed: Polygreen. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10044. Indenture being a feoffment by Ralph Tregarn and John his son to John Trerys, and the heirs of his body, of all their lands, &c. in the towns of Retalek and Tregosoll, viz. a moiety of each town, together with the rent and service of Henry Trewennard for the lands he held of the said Ralph in Carnsu, rendering therefore yearly to them for life, and after their decease to the heirs of the said Ralph by Joan his late wife, 16s. 2d. at the quarters usual in the hundred of Kerryer, and doing suit to the courts of Kelensowe and Trelewyth; with remainder, in default of issue of the said John Trerys, to his brothers Ralph and Michael successively in tail. Witnesses:—Thomas Kenegy, Henry Gorlyn, John Penwern, John Robyntreynchall, James Enys. Retalek, Saturday after the Ascension, 7 Henry IV.
[Cornw.]A. 10045. Release by Margery de Lews, relict of Henry Endiman, widow, to Simon Bercale, of her right in 1d. yearly rent from a place in the street of St Nicholas in the town of Truru, between the places of Thomas Ladda on one side and of the said Simon and Henry Miller (molendinar') on the other; to hold of the heirs of Henry Kescot and of the fraternity of St. Nicholas of Truru in chief; for this Simon gave her 12d. beforehand. Dated in the year of grace, 1278.
Cornw.A. 10046. Certificate by Henry Bodrugan, esquire, that he had received homage from William Reskymer, esquire, for all the lands, &c. which Ralph Reskymer, esquire, father of the said William, held of him in Trelanmur and elsewhere within the county of Cornwall by knight service. Bodrugan, 4 October, 7 Edward IV.
[Cornw.]A. 10047. Indenture being a feoffment by Isabel late the wife of Richard Nanskylly to Thomas Spruse and Elizabeth his wife in tail, of a place of land in the town of Helstonburgh in Bridge Street (vico pontis) between the tenements of William Antron and Christopher Lannargh's heirs; rent, 2s.; they are not to make any estate or feoffment thereof to the prejudice of her reversion; they are not to permit it to become ruinous, &c. Witnesses:—Thomas Chamond, John Locky, Richard Jankyn. 14 March, 23 Edward IV.
[Cornw.]A. 10048. Bond by John Mogyon to William Reskymer, esquire, in 20l. on the feast of St. Nicholas next, conditioned for his standing to the award of Thomas Treuthgans the arbiter of his choice and of John Penros Methele chosen on the part of the said William, touching all actions, &c. between them. Thursday after St. Matthew, 1 Edward IV.
[Camb.]A. 10049. Feoffment by John Aunger of Barton, co. Cambridge, Henry Aylemere of the same and John Lenton of Cot[es] in the said county to John Newman of Comberton, Thomas Newman of the same, and William Newman of Toft, in the said county, of 4½a. arable in Barton and Comberton, described, which they had by the feoffment of Robert Rolfe of Burton, together with many other lands late belonging to Henry Aunger, father of the said John. 20 July, 14 Henry VII. Seals.
[Norf.]A. 10050. Feoffment by John Brokforthe of Brunham St. Clement to Henry Barker, vicar of St. Clement of Brunham, and William Boteler and Cicely his wife of the same, of a messuage in the same town between land of the Master of Pomfret (Magistri de Pontefracto), and land late John Haltclo's, and abutting on 'le mersche,' with 3a. lying dispersed there, which messuage and land he had, together with John atte Mersch, John Batys and Roger Prest, since deceased, by the gift of Alice late the wife of Bartholomew Schropham. Witnesses:—Thomas Gygges, John Thyrlow and others (named). Wednesday, the feast of St. Agnes the Virgin, 28 Henry VI.
[Camb.]A. 10051. Feoffment by Richard Inthewylous of Barneton, chaplain, to Gamelyn de Cottyngwyth of Berton, Maud his wife, and John their son, of the messuage, croft and other lands which he and Sir Thomas de Crowle, chaplain, had by the gift and feoffment of the said Maud in the towns and fields of Berton, Whytewell, Grantesete and Cotes; to hold to them, and the heirs and assigns of Gamelyn, &c. Sunday after the Annunciation, 23 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10052. Feoffment by Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng son and next heir of Adam Rownyng late of the same to John Gyles, John Bracke, the elder, and John Poumfreyt, the younger, of the same, of a piece of arable reckoned for 1½ roods in Skernyng, between land of the said John Gyles and the land of the abbot and convent of Waltham, which land he inherited on his father's decease, and which his said father, together with John Rodys, since deceased, had by the gift of Robert Soppe, formerly vicar of Skernyng, by charter of feoffment dated at Skernyng, Saturday after All Hallows, 7 Henry V. Skernyng, 8 October, 17 Edward IV. Seal, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 10053. Bond by John Kondorou to John Romyn and Alice his wife, for the term of their lives in survivorship, in 100s. yearly rent to be distrained on all his land of Treleugh, Talpons, and in his place next Melyn Vedle, if they had any claim, loss, or trouble, through him, or Sibyl his wife, or his heirs, in the lands and tenements in the said places, which he had given them for the term of their lives, empounding the distresses thus taken till they should have been fully satisfied of the said rent. Witnesses:—William Bevyle, John Antron, Noel Trewthal, John Heym. Hellestonburgh, Easter Tuesday, 13 Richard II.
[Cornw.]A. 10054. Indenture being a feoffment by John Reskymer, esquire, to Thomas Perowe and Joan his wife, of all his lands, &c. in the Gewe of Porthmynster; to hold to them and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas, at 8s. rent at the quarters usual in the hundred of Penwyth, for all service, save suit of court twice a year within his manor of Trelywyth Hayll. Witnesses:—John Basset, knight, William Trewynnarde, James Nycoll. Dated at the Gewe of Porthmynster, 4 November, 1 Richard III.
Camb.A. 10055. Feoffment by Richard Aylemer and Henry Aylemere, sons and heirs of John Aylemere the elder of Berton, to John Peyke, clerk, vicar of Berton and of Great Eversdon. Robert Kynge of Eversdon, and Alexander Roger of Little Eversdon, of a messuage with a croft in Berton next the common footpath from Berton church to the tenement late Henry Aleyns and now Robert Rolfe's, &c., which tenement and croft formerly belonged to their said father; also release of all their right therein. 17 July, 19 Henry VII. Seals.
Norf.A. 10056. Indenture being a grant by William Cook, chaplain, Robert Barbour of Est Derham and John Gottale of the same, that, whereas John Chaumbyrleyn, chaplain, by his charter dated at Skernyngge, Monday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 15 Henry VI, had enfeoffed them, together with Robert Bray of Est Derham (who had released his right to them therein), of lands, &c. called 'Northendehalle' in Skernyngge, which lands, &c. they had demised to the said Robert Bray, Robert Woller, John Peroun, and John Brekysworthe, for the term of the life of the said Robert Bray, with reversion after his decease to themselves: the said lands, &c. after the death of the said Robert, shall remain to John Agges, Robert Popy, Thomas Lynes, clerk, Henry atte Halle and William Agges upon payment by them, at Est Derham aforesaid, at Midsummer next, to the said Robert Bray of 12 marks; otherwise the present indenture to be void. Skernyngge, 1 March, 18 Henry VI. Seals, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 10057. Indenture being a feoffment by Thomas Pedecru to Thomas son of Luke de le Sorn in tail, of a messuage and all his land of Nanssauson, and common of pasture for all Thomas' beasts in his lawns of his manor of Trederf, as his other free tenants have in the same lawns, and estover of furze, heath and turves (estovarium de jaunis brueriis et turbariis) in the said lawns and in the common moor of the same manor; rent for the first fifteen years, 20s. for all service, saving suit of court every three within the manor of Trederf, or the manor of Brongolou, and not elsewhere, and after the fifteen years 2s.; and however often the said Thomas or his heirs shall be in mercy in one day they shall be quit for 2d., the forfeit having been emended by view of the liege men. Witnesses:— Odo de Sicca Villa, Reginald de Kervec, Reginald de Penres, John de Tregorrec, Reginald de Wolvedon. Nanskilli, Tuesday before the Purifica- tion, 11 Edward II. Endorsed: Nansousen.
CambA. 10058. Feoffment by William Levechild, of Berton, to Edmund Hanson, clerk, rector of the parish church of Tofte, George Baasley, Nicholas May and Thomas son of Thomas Baasley, 'smyth,' all of Tofte, and John Grene of Comberton, of 2a. arable lying dispersed in the fields of Berton and Whytwell, in Downefelde, in a furlong (quarentena), called 'Grysewelldole,' in 'Croftwell furlonge,' &c. next lands of Edward Grey, esquire, the Master and Fellows of the Hall of 'la Clare,' Cambridge, the prior of Bernwell, Thomas Warde, 'gentillman,' Thomas Alayne, the vicarage of Berton, the Hall of St. Catharine of Cambridge and the Duchy (ducherie) of Lancaster. Witnesses:—Sampson Aunger and others (named). 20 October, 20 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[CornwA. 10059. Indenture being a feoffment by John de Trevarthyan to Thomas Body of Marghasbian (parvo foro) and Joan his wife, and the heirs of the body of the said Thomas, with remainder in default to Ralph son of the said Thomas in tail, with reversion to himself and his heirs, of a place of land in Marghasbian (parvo foro), next the place of Nicholas Tyrel with the whole gable-end (pynnyone) of the house of the said Nicholas on the west; rent, 6d. yearly for all service, save suit of court twice a year at Michaelmas and Mid-Lent. Witnesses:—Robert Clemmow, John Luky and others (named). Trevarthyan, Monday after St. Lawrence, 33 Edward III.
Cornw.A. 10060. Bond by John Bodelek in the county of Cornwall, 'gentylman,' to Richard Vyvyan of Seynt Columb in 40l., conditioned for his making a sufficient estate of all his lands, &c. of inheritance, so that after the decease of himself and his lawful issue the same shall remain to the said Richard in tail, with remainder in default to Joan, Richard's sister in tail, 24 July, 32 Henry VI. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10061. Letter of attorney by John Trevarthyan to Thomas Pengygen and John Trethiwy to deliver seisin to Roger . . . . . and Stephen Martherderwa, of all his lands and tenements in the towns of Trevarthian, Brevannek Wartha, Brevannek Woles, Pen . . ne . . ff, of the croft which is called 'Gwel en Gwyns,' of the croft which is called 'Gwelbeaulew,' of the croft which is called 'Gwel Thomas a Gwel,' of the croft which is called 'Gwelbemle,' of the rents and services of his tenants who hold of him in the said lands and towns, of the croft which is called 'Polpry' next Marshasyow, of all his messuages, lands and tenements in the towns of Marshasyow and Marhasbyan, Hellegon, Treffowel, Cardynan, Cargenwyn Wartha, Cargenwyn Woles and of a third part of the manor of Treffowarde. Trevarthian, Monday after Michaelmas, 48 Edward III. Endorsed: Marhasowe.
[Cornw.]A. 10062. Feoffment by Randulf de Trechu to William de Bodrugan, of all his land, of Trechu with all its appurtenance in homages, fealties, &c. Witnesses:—Hugh de Treverbin, William de Campo Arnulphi, and Reginald de Bodrugan, knights, William de Treg . . . ., John Crochard and others (named). Endorsed: Trethu.
Cornw.A. 10063. Indenture being a grant by Reginald Tretherff, esquire, to John Glyn, of a yearly rent of 13s. 4d. for life from his lands, &c. in Tretherff, Trewynyen and Arallas, co. Cornwall, for counsel rendered him by the said John. Witnesses:—John Spede, Henry Gylly, Reginald Tregelest. Arallas, 2 May, 30 Henry VI.
[Cornw.]A. 10064. Indenture being a feoffment by John Nanskylly to Richard Nanskylly, his son and heir, and Ellen daughter of Lawrence Tremayne, and the heirs of their bodies, of all his messuages, lands and tenements in Lannargh Byan, a place of his land in Helstonburgh in Manek street, with a garden adjoined, and the rent of Thomas Spruse and his heirs for a tenement in the said burgh; rent a grain of corn at Michaelmas. Witnesses:—John Reskymer, Richard Lannargh, mayor of the said burgh, Peter Seynt Aubyn. Dated at the said burgh, 14 October, 10 Henry VII. Seisin given by his own hands. Endorsed: Lanarth Vian et Helston Burgh.
[Cornw.]A. 10065. Feoffment by John Laurens and Henry Luke, canons, to Melsanda, the wife of John Nanskelly, for the term of her life, of the lands, &c. in Nanskelly, Dodwod and Trencruk, which they had by the feoffment of the said John her husband, with reversion thereof after her decease to the said John, his heirs and assigns; warranty against Thomas, abbot of West- minster. Witnesses:—John Tretherff, esquire, William Trevenour, esquire, Nicholas Tregasou. 20 January, 10 Edward IV. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10066. Ratification by Serlo de Nansladron, lord of the fee of Aleth for the term of his life, of whatever Master Ralph de Treredenech, Mabel daughter of the said Ralph, Pasco (Pascasius) brother of the said Ralph and Nicholaa wife of the said Pasco, have acquired in lands, tenements, rights and possessions, in the said fee of Aleth, from John de Chaumond (Calvo Monte), lord of Treneweth, up to the day of date, as the charters of the said John to them concerning the said lands, &c. are more fully made; neither he nor his assigns nor any in his name shall disquiet or molest them by reason of the said acquisitions. Witnesses:—Reginald de Bovil, Walter called 'de Cornubia,' and Osbert le Sor, knights, Walter de Tremur, John de Treflunen. Nansladron, Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 1307, 35 Edward I. Endorsed: Reles de Bedeu and Nanstreleck.
[Cornw.]A. 10067. Feoffment by John Nanswhyden, the elder, to John Tretherff, the elder, esquire, of all his messuages, lands, tenements, rents and reversions, a half acre of land Cornish in the town of Treworian next Tretherff in the parish of St. Probus. Witnesses:—John Trenowyth, John Reskemer, John Arundel, Talvern, and Thomas Tregarthyn, the elder, esquires. Treworian, 10 February, 3 Henry VII. Seal, broken.
[Cornw.]A. 10068. Feoffment by Andrew Adou of Tregaradek to Thomas Peticru, of the moiety of a messuage and all his land in Dodewode, viz. a moiety of the whole town of Dodewode. Witnesses:—Odo de Sicca Villa, Reginald de Trelouthas, William de Restourek, John Janna of Nanskelly and Andrew de Penhal. Dodewode, Monday the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 12 Edward II. Endorsed: Dodwode.
[Cornw.]A. 10069. Indenture being a feoffment by John Tretherff, the elder, esquire, to William Tretherff his son, in tail, of all his lands, &c. in Langedon, Barecotte and Penlene Park within his manor of Penlene, courts of the said manor and suit thereto of tenants, toll of tin, heriots or reliefs excepted and reserved to him and his heirs; rent, 4d. at Michaelmas; attorneys to deliver seisin, John Tretherff, the younger, his son, and Lawrence Penkevell. Witnesses:—Edward Cortenay, earl of Devon, William Trevanyon and John Trevenour, esquires, John [R]esogan, the elder, and Thomas Lane. Langedon, the feast of St. Simon and St. Jude, 19 Henry VII.
[Cornw.]A. 10070. Feoffment by Richard Trevaignon, esquire, to John Carwynnek, nephew of William Trevailek, viz. son of Thomasia sister of the said William, of all those lands, &c. in Trevailek, lately belonging to the said William, now deceased; also of a tenement, dovecot, a close of land and an alder grove adjacent to the said tenement and dovecot, in the borough of Graundpond, lying between the tenement of the said Richard and the close of John Pybow on the west, the tenement of the said John Carwynnek and the road leading from Graundpond to the church of St. Creed (Sancte Crede) on the east, the land of Mynhyre on the south and the highway on the north; warranty against himself and his heirs only. Witnesses:—John Tretherf, esquire, Richard Resprena, John Jaybien, Oto Tregonan, Edward Sage, John Wille, 'smyth.' Carehays, 10 May, 3 Henry VI.
Endorsed: De terra in Trevelek et Graundpound; carta de Granpownd facta Johanni Carwynnek nepoti Willelmi Treweleke.
[Cornw.]A. 10071. Feoffment by William Park son and heir of John Park to John Tretherf, esquire, of all his lands, &c. in Hellan Woles, Knol and Nans next the town of Park. Witnesses:—William Bodrugan, knight, John Bevyll Golovrys, Stephen Boswydell, William Trewonwall and Thomas Treuthgans. Knol, 11 February, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10072. Indenture being a grant by Walter de Carnguyou to Richard son of Thomas de Medros of 26s. 8d. rent from all his lands and tenements of Carnguyou at the feasts of St. Andrew, Mid Lent, St. James and St. Michael in September. Witnesses:—John de Trevelle, Ralph de Rosmeryn, Nicholas de Pennans, John de Tregeeu, Oger de Carran, clerk. Carnguyou, Friday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 3 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10073. Feoffment by Herbert Skewyek to Oto Bodrugan, knight, of the manors of Bodrugan, Treworek, Restronget, Tremodres, Trevelyn, Pendrym, Tretheu, Loo, Trethaek, Tredrym, Trefriek, Markwylle, Tregrehon, Carbura, Kylnodres and Poundestok, with rents, &c. of free tenants, bondmen and their services, &c. and the advowsons of the churches of Poundestok, St. Martin of Pendrym next Loo, and Dewloo, to hold to the said Oto and heirs male of the body of Margaret his wife begotten or to be begotten, and if he die without heirs male of her body, to remain to the heirs male of his body, with remainder in default to the right heirs of his body. Witnesses:—Henry de Campo [Arnulphi], Thomas Lercedeken, Richard Hyewys and Oliver Carmynou, knights. Bodrugan, Sunday before Christmas, 14 Edward II.
Endorsed: Dat' testament' Otonis de Bodrugan anno domini Millesimo, cccmo xxxmo.
Dat' cart' Willelmi Bodrugan fact' Ade de Markwille et Elizabet uxori ejus et heredibus suis de corpore eorum exeuntibus et pro defectu eorundem &c. Dat' anno Edwardi regis filii regis Edwardi nono.
[Cornw.]A. 10074. Indenture being the defeasance of a feoffment made by John Petyt of Trenerth, knight, to Richard de Trewynt, of Bodmin, of all his messuages, lands and tenements in the town of Coswyn, the grove excepted, upon payment to the said Richard at Bodmin, Lostwythyel, or Trurw March, of nine thousand-weight and six hundred-weight of white tin, stamped, and fifteen thousand weight not stamped (novem millia et sex centum albi stangni couniati et quindecem milla non coinniati) at the next stamping (cunnagium) after Midsummer next. Witnesses:—John Coulyng, John Drew, William Scharlet, Roger le Taillour, Ralph Nykelyn, Stephen atte Pole, Luke Dony. Bodmin, Sunday before All Hallows, 14 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10075. Feoffment by Thomas Trembras for the term of his life to Luke Trevrasow, in tail, of all his lands, &c. in the town of Trevrasow in the parish of Ludgvan (Sancti Ludevoni) in Penwyth, at the rent of a red rose at Midsummer for the first twenty years, and thereafter 20s. yearly. Witnesses:—John Brey Trewoolys, Roger Kelwa, William Peryn, Henry Boskervan, John Symon. Trevrasow, Monday after Michaelmas, 1 Henry VI. Copy.
[Cornw.]A. 10076. Release by Ralph Clegher, lord of Nanshogh, to Reginald Tretherf, of all his right in Reginald's lands, &c. in Tregonan and Tyndel. Witnesses:—Oto Bodrugan, Ralph Trenewyth, John Rostaek, Richard Rosogan, John Nanskelly. Nanshogh, Friday after the Annunciation, 47 Edward III. Seal, effaced. Endorsed: Tregonan, Tendel.
[Cornw ]A. 10077. Indenture being a feoffment by Oto, lord of Trevarthyan to Robert Normand, of Marghassiou, in tail, of a messuage with a garden annexed in Marghasbyghan, between the messuage belonging to the heirs of Gregory Fressyll and the messuage of John Stephyn; rent, 12d. at Michaelmas and suit of court twice a year in the manor of Trevarthyan. Witnesses:—William Tregillyou, David Aleyn, John Clemou. Marg- hassiou, Thursday before the Assumption, 11 Henry IV.
[Norf.]A. 10078. Feoffment by Edmund Tabbe of Skernyng, son and next heir of Richard Tabbe of Skernyng, to John Pumfreyt, of the same, the younger, and Joan his wife, John Westhaugh, rector of a mediety of the church of Skernyng, Robert Baker, clerk, and William Beld, of the same, of a piece of land, parcel of a halfacre, 15 yards 2 feet by 9 yards 2 feet, &c. which came to him by descent from his father, who had it by the gift of Thomas and John Clerk and Edmund son of Henry Clerk, late of Skernyng, by charter of feoffment dated Friday after the Invention of the Holy Cross, 27 Henry VI. Skernyng, 16 April, 19 Edward IV. Seal. Endorsed: Evidence of a certeyn parcell of lande conteyneng xv. roddez x inche. Thomas Hoo.
[Cornw.]A. 10079. Feoffment by John Toyl of Bodmin to John Nanskelly and Iseult (Isolde) his wife, and the heirs and assigns of John, of all his lands, &c. in the town of Strete Nuygham next Truru. Witnesses:—Ralph Clegher and others (named). Bodmen, Wednesday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 51 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10080. Deed poll by Clement Pountfrayte of Skernyng, co. Norfolk, 'yoman,' reciting that divers persons are seised and feoffed of 2a. land, now lying in a close (inclauso) of Thomas Hoo in Skernyng, viz. in 'Sr Hewes Crofte,' to the use of Thomas Mason alias Thomas Miller, late of Skernyng, which Thomas six years ago sold the said 2a. to him the said Clement and put him in possession thereof; feoffment by Clement, being in peaceful possession, by virtue of an Act of Parliament, 1 Richard III, of the said 2a. to Geoffrey Hildewelle and Thomas Elyngham. Skernyng, 30 May, 23 Henry VII. Seal. Memorandum of livery of seisin, on Ascension day, endorsed.
[Norf.]A. 10081. Counterpart of demise in fee farm by John de Brissele, abbot of St. Mary of Wendlyng, and the convent of the same to James Dedmor of Wendlying, of a messuage and 5a. arable enclosed in a croft and la. wood at the end of the croft, at 2s. 6d. rent, suit of court, and 1lb. cummin yearly, with leave to the abbot's reeve or hayward (ballivo sive messori) to distrain, &c. The morrow of St. Lucy the Virgin, 2 Henry IV. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10082. Indenture of demise by Thomas Treithyan to Ralph Stondraher, for the term of his life, at 6s. 8d. rent, of a pit (cisternam) in the town of Mederos, then in Ralph's occupation, to draw stone-tiles (lapides teculat') and all other stones from for his own profit, with three men working there from day to day, employing as many men as he pleases to clear (ad purgandum) the said pit, so that once in two years it be clear (ita quod in quolibet duobus annis semel sit pura), with free ingress and egress to carry the stones from it, and this with the tenants of the said Thomas paying to them as much as to others; if it happen the said pit to fail (deficere) it shall be lawful to the said Ralph to dig land sufficient on the west side to draw stone as aforesaid. Treithyan, Saturday before St. Matthew the Apostle, 1 Henry IV. Seal, effaced. Endorsed: Quarrera in Medros.
[N'hamp.]A. 10083. Indenture being a memorandum of the covenants made between Edmund de Watford and Robert de Craunford, viz. Edmund has granted Robert 35 marks, so that Robert shall marry his daughter Margaret, and he shall grant them in frank marriage 1 mark of rent from a messuage and virgate of land in Dyngole, which Robert Martin holds for his life, with the reversion thereof, in discharge of 13 out of the said 35 marks, also the rents issuing from the land which was Robert Harm's, William Blake's, William de Baddeby's and Anneys Robyn's, and from the cottages which Anneys Simond and others held in Assheby Leger, in discharge of 10 marks thereof; of the residue he will pay Robert 8 marks on the day of marriage, 2 marks on Lammas day (a la Goulant) and 2 marks on St. Luke's day following; Robert shall grant the said Margaret for her life a messuage in Assheby Leger, worth 6s. yearly, and 32a. land there which Nicholas de Craunford gave the said Robert to him and his heirs for ever; Edmund also grants that Margaret shall dwell with him (aura soun sojourn) up to the feast of St. Michael next. Written at Watford, Wednesday the eve of St. Leger, 22 Edward [III]. French.
[Cornw.]A. 10084. Indenture of demise by John Reskymer, esquire, to Walter Treveok, of all his lands, &c. in Treveek, for the term of 100 years, at 10s. rent, with two suits of his court of Carveynek yearly, and 6s. 3d. heriot. Witnesses:—John Tretherff, John Trevaignon, Thomas Tregarthyn, the younger, esquires, Thomas Helland, Thomas Rescasa. Treveek, on the feast of St. Francis, 3 Henry VII. Cancelled by cuts.
Norf.A. 10085. Release by Robert Bray of Est Derham to William Cook, chaplain, Robert Barbour, of Est Derham, and John Gottale, of the same, of his right in lands, &c. in 'Northendehalle' in Skernyngge, which together with them he had by the gift and feoffment of John Chaumbyrleyn, chaplain, by charter dated at Skernyngge, Monday before Midsummer, 15 Henry VI. Skernyngge, 1 June, 17 Henry VI.
[Cornw.]A. 10086. Indenture between Walter Menhyr and Ralph Tredenen of the one part and Henry Richard of Bodmin of the other, witnessing that it is agreed between them that John Nanskelly son and heir of John Nanskelly shall be married to Joueta, Henry's daughter, and Henry shall give 20l. to their marriage at their full age, and the said Walter and Ralph delivered to the said Henry the said John and all his (cez) lands and tenements in whatever places they be, and all the muniments touching the inheritance of the said John, that is to say, all the muniments touching Nanskelly, Penhal, Tregony, Truru, Tregena and Bossulyanbyan, and the muniments of a tenement in Bodmyn, wherein the said Henry dwells; and the said Henry shall deliver the said muniments to the said John Nanskelly at his full age; if Joueta die before the said John be of full age, he shall be married by the said Henry, William and Ralph, and if he die under age, the said Henry shall have the wardship and marriage of John his brother, doing to him as to his brother John aforesaid; bond by Henry in 50l. for performance of covenants. Bodmyn, 3 May, 17 Richard II.
Cornw.A. 10087. Feoffment by Daniel son of Jordan de Trewen to Nicholas de Tregennoro, clerk, of a messuage and a moiety of all his land in the town of Trewen, for 12 marks paid beforehand, viz. a moiety of a ferling (ferlingi) of land, with common of pasture for all manner beasts through the other moiety, rendering therefore 5d. to the chief lords of the fee, viz. on the feast of St. Andrew, Mid Lent, Midsummer and St. Michael in September, for all service, save common tallage of the county of Cornwall. Witnesses:— John de Trembethou, Thomas de Tregyminion, Benedict de Brevannec, Joceus de Trebueher, William de Trenruf(?), Henry de Boskawenros, Thomas de Trennyer, clerk. Trewen, Saturday after Michaelmas, 23 Edward [I]. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10088. Feoffment by Thomas de Beston of Skernyngg to Osbert Wynde of the same, of a half acre arable there. Sunday after Easter, 35 Edward I.
[Cornw.]A. 10089. Acquittance by John le Pedit, knight, to Thomas de Carmenou for 12s. 6d. received by the hands of Walter de Merthermelar for a relief due on the death of Sir Roger de Carmenou, father of the said Thomas, late his tenant of the whole town of Crous, the said Thomas being his father's heir. Mullion (Sanctum Melanium), Tuesday after St. Nerreus and St. Achilleus, 30 Edward III.
Cornw.A. 10090. Release by Joan Stracchelegh, widow, to John Shilston, of her right in lands, &c. in Horylake, co. Cornwall. Witnesses:—Andrew Hillersdon, esquire, and others (named). Thursday before the Purification, 1 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10091. Demise by William [Reskymer], esquire, to John Kympe for ten years, at a grain of corn rent of all his lands, &c in his manor of Lucyas, Pengarrek, Rescorwill, Porthalow. Witnesses:—John Spergour, William Roscowrek, William Trembras. Reskymer, 13 January, 5 Edward IV.
[Cornw.]A. 10092. Indenture being the defeasance of a writing obligatory by Roger de Carmynou to the Dean and Chapter of Exeter in 16l. due at Exeter in the hostel (hospicio) of William de Chaumbernoun at All Hallows next, on John de Rivers giving the said Dean and Chapter such security as they and their Counsel should approve for an acre of land in Pengarrek and the advowson of the church of Mullion (Sancti Melani). Exeter, Monday after All Hallows, 20 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10093. Counterpart of demise by John Tretherf, esquire, to John Michell, for a hundred and one years, at 16s. rent, suit of court twice a year to the manor of Brongolowe, and 4s. 6d. heriot, of the two holdings (tenuras) in the town of Trethelan of which Roger Jacobe and John Hoskyn were formerly conventionary tenants (pretenuerunt in convenc'). 20 May, 8 Edward IV. Seal.
A. 10094. Indenture, 16 August, 13 Henry VII, being an acquittance by Sir Guye Wolston, knight, to Richard Emson, gentleman, for 100l. in part of the agreement between them for the marriage of Thomas, Richard's son and heir, with Audrie daughter of Sir Guye and Margaret his wife. English. Signature of Wolston and seal.
[Sussex.]A. 10095. Exemplification dated at London, Tuesday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 1275, under the seal of the officiality of the Archdeacon of London, of the sentence, dated at London, Wednesday after St. James the Apostle, 1258, under the same seal, pronounced by Godfrey, official of the Archdeacon of London, commissary of the prior of St. Bartholomew, and of the dean of London, the judges delegated by the Pope—their fellow judge, the Archdeacon of Colchester, being duly excused—in the suit between Master Geoffrey de Feringes, precentor of Chichester, and the prior and convent of Lewes, touching the tithes of Ovinges, which, both lesser and greater, except a moiety of the wool and lambs arising from a hide of land in the said parish held by William de Ovinges and Mary his mother, were taken by the said prior and convent, to the grave hurt, as the said Geoffrey alledged, of himself and the church of Ovinges and against common right (jus commune); by which sentence, having regard to their long and peaceful possession of the said tithes, the said prior and convent are absolved from Geoffrey's impeachment, and perpetual silence is imposed on him and his successors touching the same. Endorsed: 'Sententia de decimis de Ovingges.'
[Cornw.]A. 10096. Counterpart indenture whereby Roger le Taillour of Bodmin, grants to Sir John de Trejagu an extension of time for the payment of twenty-one thousand-weight of stamped tin, quit of all customs, at Lostwithiel from Monday the feast of St. John before the Latin Gate, 18 Edward II, to St. Clement's day next, with voidance in such event of the feoffment made him by the said John, on Friday the Con- version of St. Paul last and of release of even date, of four messuages and all his land in Tredinek next Nanscolleth, a messuage and all his land in Woen next Nanscolleth, two messuages and all his land in Tresulian next Poldu, and two corn mills next Nanscolleth. Witnesses: —Sir John de Carmynou and Sir John de Tynten, knights, Osbert Hamely, William Pafford, John de Nauntyan, Odo de Treres, clerk. Bodmin, Wednesday after St. Peter ad Vincula, 19 Edward II, 1325. Seal of arms, broken.
[Norf.]A. 10097. Feoffment by John Poumfreyt of Skernyng to Jerome Crowe of the same, clerk, of a messuage, garden, croft, two enclosures, and 5a. lying dispersed in the town and field of Skernyng, which together with Joan his wife, Richard Pynnes, Clement Nobyll and Robert Rook, since deceased, he had by the feoffment dated at Skernyng, 18 February, 2 Richard III, of John Westhaghe, rector of a mediety of the church of Skernyng, William Belde, John Colyn and Thomas Newman, of the same, and Alan Peyntour of Est Derham, likewise deceased; also feoffment to him of a piece of land in a furlong (quarantena) called 'Havercrofte' which he had by the gift of Henry Clerk of Skernyng. 'Witnesses:—William Slappe, vicar of a mediety of the church of Skernyng and others (named). St. Faith the Virgin, 21 Henry VII.
[Norf.]A. 10098. Grant by William Plomer alias William Beryngton to Elizabeth Clere of Ormesby, of 16d. rent which John Davy used to receive from her for 3a. land in Ormesby, 13d. he used to receive from William Spenser for 2a., 2d. from Robert Thede for one rood, 12d. from John Man for 1a. 3 roods, 2d. from William Jullys for 1½ roods, and 13d. from John Ide for one acre and one rood, all in Ormesby, with the rents and services of all the aforesaid persons. Witnesses:—Edmund Clere of Castre, Edmund Clere of Stokesby, esquires, and others (named). Ormesby, 30 December, 37 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10099. Feoffment by Edmund Brid of Est Bradenham to Simon atte Chirche of the same and John Pottere of Neketon, of 1a. arable in Skernyng. Monday after the Epiphany, 9 Henry V.
[Norf.]A. 10100. Feoffment by Roger Ede, the younger, son of John Ede of Skernyng, and by Marjory his wife, to Roger Ede the elder, of the same, and Marjory his wife, of a house, &c. [there]. Sunday after St. Guinolus (Wynewaloy) the abbot, 20 Richard II. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.