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A.10101 - A.10200

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1902

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'Deeds: A.10101 - A.10200', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 4 (1902), pp. 508-520. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64416 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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A.10101 - A.10200

[Cornw.]A. 10101. Indenture being a feoffment by Oto de Bodrugan, lord of Trelouthas, to Stephen de Treworian and Richard Wyket of Graundpount successively in tail, of all those his lands, &c., whereof Osmund Mauda was formerly conventionary tenant, in the town of Treworian; rent 6s. Witnesses:—Reginald Tretherf, Walter Kaer, John Trestrael, John Janne, Nanskelly, Roger Clerk (clerico). Trelouthas, Sunday before St. Luke, 46 Edward III. Endorsed: Carta Stephani Bran de Treworyan.
[Cornw.]A. 10102. Feoffment by John de Rosdoureck to Randulph de Treredinek, of all his land in the town of Trenkuilec. Witnesses:—John Chaumound, William Lanbroun, John Cornewal, John Arsos, John Banadlek, William Clon. Treweni, Wednesday after Christmas, 30 Edward III. Endorsed: Trenkelec.
[Norf.]A. 10103. Indenture being a feoffment by Robert Hereward, John Atteffen of Great Yarmouth and Clement Hereward to John Keye of Northrepp, Nicholas Wattysson and William Keye, of all the lands, &c. in Northrepp which they had by the feoffment of Robert Tebald, together with John de Reymes, knight, Simon de Blycling, Thomas de Blycling and Thomas Hereward; subject to the payment by the said John, Nicholas and William to them in the church of Aldeburgh of 4l. 6s. 8d. at All Hallows next, 66s. 8d. at Whitsuntide, the like at All Hallows and the like at Whitsuntide following, with re-entry in default. Thursday after Midsummer, 49 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10104. Feoffment by John Wyet and Maud his wife to Richard Moton, clerk, and John Sagemor, of all their lands, &c. in 'le Brygyende' next Lostwethyell; attorneys to deliver seisin, Thomas Slepe and Stephen Harry. Witnesses:—John Mowne, esquire, John Bere at Hyll, William Knyght. Dated at 'le Brygyende,' 20 October, 17 Henry VII.
[Norf.]A. 10105. Feoffment by Richard Tabbe, late of Est Bradenham now of Skernyng, to John Fayreman, clerk, vicar of Skernyng, Thomas Neweman and Thomas Rownyng, of the same, of a messuage and 34a. land, meadow, and pasture, lying dispersed in Skernyng, formerly belonging to John Benggys, chaplain. 7 July, 38 Henry VI. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10106. Feoffment by William Waterdene of Peterston to John Scroppam of Brunham St. Clement and William son of Robert Hulman of Holkam, and la. land in Brunham St. Clement field on 'le Dale.' Witnesses:—Thomas Giggis and others (named). Sunday after the Purification, 10 Henry VI. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10107. Indenture being a feoffment by Ralph Reskymer, esquire, to John Arundell, the elder, esquire, in tail, of all his lands, &c. in Stykker next Trelowyth; rent 8s. at the quarters usual in the hundred of Poudre. Witnesses:—John Arundell, the younger, esquire, and others (named). Truruburgh, 18 (?) January, 36 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]A. 10108. Release by Ralph de Skernyngg to Roger Ede and Marjory his wife, of his right in a messuage and enclosed pasture and 6a. arable lying dispersed in Skernyng which he acquired by the charter of feoffment of Roger Bunchequel of the same. Tuesday after St. Agnes, 49 Edward III. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10109. Feoffment by Lawrence Backe of Skernyngg and Maud his daughter, late the wife of John atte Chirche of Gressenale, to Robert Soppe, vicar of the church of Skernyngg and Ralph Humeltoft of the same, of a messuage, cottage, croft, seven pieces of arable, one piece of under- wood in the common and 1a. meadow for mowing in Skernyngg, &c. Thursday before St. Peter's Chair, 21 Richard II. Fragments of seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10110. Feoffment by Robert Soppe, vicar of the church of Skernyngge, and Ralph Homyltoft, of the same, to Henry Man, Maud his wife, and John their son, of a messuage, cottage, croft, four pieces of arable, one piece of underwood in the common and an acre of meadow for mowing, in Skernyngge, &c.; warranty by Ralph against himself and his heirs. Saturday after All Hallows, 9 Henry V.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10111. Feoffment by John son of Henry le Heye of Wendlinge to John Kinnoc of Great Frausham, of a half acre in Great Frausham. Sunday after the Epiphany, 20 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10112. Grant, so far as lay in him and his (in quantum mei et meorum est), by Jordan Folyot, lord of Gressinghale, to the abbot and canons of St. Mary of Wendlinge that they and their successors may peacefully possess and freely hold in severalty and as their own a piece of land or pasture with the herbage therein in Skerninge, containing 2½a. land next the stream between Skerninge and their messuage in Wendlinge; which piece of land was formerly common pasture; saving to him and his heirs the fatherhood (paternitate) and advowson of the said church of Wendlinge, together with the patronage (patronatu) or advowson of the said piece although it may be enclosed. Witnesses:—William de Frausham, Warin de Herford, Robert de Hulme and Peter Buzun, knights, and twelve others (named). Gressinghale, V Kal. October, 10 Edward [I]. Fragment of seal of arms.
Endorsed: Under the bakhous of Wendling Abbey. Not to be shewed because it towch Gressenhall to be also lord of the soyle of the common.
[Norf.]A. 10113. Feoffment by William Secker of Skernyngge, Thomas Seeker of Gressynnale and John Gyllyng of Skernyngge to John Man of Skernyngg, William Belde and John Poumfrey of the same, of a piece of meadow and 3a. 3 roods of land lying dispersed [in Skernyng]. Friday after the Epiphany, 15 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10114. Release by John de Ferrynges, rector of the church of Frausham, Thomas de Pykenham, rector of a mediety of the church of Skernyngge and John de Beston, to Geoffrey de Frausham, of their right in a place of meadow in Lyttle Derham in the Hundred of Laundych which Sir William de Frausham, knight, bought of Christian daughter of Robert Russel. Skernyngge, Tuesday after the Annunciation, 5 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10115. Feoffment by Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng and William Rownyng of Est Derham to John Pescodde of Skernyng, Robert Rown- yng, clerk, and Robert Pescodde, the elder, of Cossey, of a piece of land and pasture, now enclosed, reckoned at 5½a. in Skernyng, which, together with Henry Eede and Robert Rook, of Skernyng, since deceased, they had by the gift of James Rownyng, late of Longham, by charter of feoffment dated at Skernyng, St. Stephen's day, 35 Henry VI; warranty by Thomas Rownyng. Monday after the Assumption, 11 Henry VII. Seals. Endorsed: Pescoddez Putel . . . . .
[Norf.]A. 10116. Feoffment by Robert Kyrby of Skernyng, Thomas Lum- bard of Shipdham, John Man and Thomas Sekker of Skernyng to Margery Pescod, Clement Poumfrey and William Pynchebek, of an enclosure reckoned at 5½a. land and pasture in Skernyng, which they had by the gift of John Pescod late of Skernyng and Robert Pescod late of Cossey, by charter dated at Skernyng, 30 August, 19 Henry VII. Skernyng, 10 September, 20 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed: Pescoddez Putell.
[Norf.]A. 10117. Feoffment by Geoffrey Brakke of Skernyng, co. Norfolk, 'yoman,' John Pumfrett, clerk, Thomas Brakke and Robert Kyrby of Skernyng, 'husbondmen,' to Thomas Drewry of Skernyng, 'husbondman,' Thomas Downyng of Rysyng, the elder, and Thomas Anger of Skernyng, the elder, of an enclosure, containing la. of land in Skernyng, near the chapel of St. Botolph, which, together with Robert Baker, clerk, since deceased, they had by the feoffment of Richard Newman and the said Thomas Drewry, by charter dated at Skernyng, 29 January, 17 Henry VIII. Skernyng, 26 October, 22 Henry VIII. Seals.
[Norf.]A. 10118. Feoffment by Walter de Rudham, clerk, to William de Wendlyng, for his homage and service, and for 30 marks, of the messuage and land he had in Skernyng; rent, a pair of white gloves, or 1d. at Easter for all service. Witnesses:—Sirs William de Bello Monte, Gilbert de Frausham, Reginald de Dunham and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 10119. Letters patent by Walter de Rudham, clerk, to his beloved and special friend Sir Alexander son of Thomas de Skernyng, notifying him that he had sold to William de Wendling all his land of Skernyng, with request to him to cause the said charter to be read before the parish- ioners of Skernyng and neighbours and to put the said William in seisin of the said land. Westminster, VIII Ides June, in the 40th year of the king.
[Norf.]A. 10120. Feoffment by William son of Walter Amys of Skerningg to Robert son of Adam Shepherd (bercatori. cf. A. 10147), dwelling there, and Maud his wife, of a place of land with buildings [in Skerningg]. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 10 Edward [II].
[Norf.]A. 10121. Feoffment by Richard Reyner of Skernyngg, chaplain, to Geoffrey Maloysel, Richard de Waterden, Robert de Rollesby and John Pope of Wendlyngg, of his messuage, lands, &c. and 5s. rent with a free fold in Skernyngg. Witnesses:—John de Camoys and Hamo de Felton, knights, and others (named). Skernyngg, Sunday after St. Edmund the Bishop, 26 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10122. Feoffment by Roger Reyner of Skernyngg to his son Richard, chaplain, James de Holveston, John de Schortwode, of Skernyngg, chaplain, and John le Reve of the same, the elder, of a messuage in Skernyngg, lands, &c. a free fold thereto belonging, with the reversion of 2a. land which Margaret his sister held for life. Tuesday after St. Matthias the Apostle, 23 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10123. Feoffment by Marjory Ede late the wife of Roger Ede of Skernyng to John Coupere, parson of the church of Skernyng and John Peyntour, the younger, of the same, of all her lands, &c., there or else- where. Passion Sunday (die Dominica in pascione), 1 Henry V. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10124. Feoffment by Thomas Rownyng, of Skernyng, and William Rownyng, of Est Derham, to John Bullok, of Skernyng, Ralph Platfoot, of Shipdham, Thomas Wuttes, of Skernyng, John Yaxlee, learned in the law (legisperito), of Mellys, Thomas Blakeney, esquire, of Honyngham, and Ralph Pulvertoft, master butcher within the close (magistro carnario infra septa) of the monastery of Holy Trinity, Norwich, of the messuage, lands, &c. which, together with Henry Eede and Robert Rook late of Skernyng, they had by the feoffment of James Rownyng late of Longham; also of all that half part of a messuage called 'Sketys' in Skernyng, which, together with Robert Rook, late of Skernyng deceased, they had by the feoffment of Robert Coupere late of Est Derham, and Katharine his wife, John Malyard, the elder, and William Scoth of the same; also of 9a. lying dispersed in Skernyng, which, together with Robert Rook, since deceased, they had by the feoffment of William Deye of Est Derham, John Clon and Richard Deye late of the same. Skernyng, Monday the feast of St. Matthew, 11 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed:—Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10125. Release by Henry son of Adam de Gressenhal, rector of the church of Frating, to Alexander son of Thomas de Skerning, of all the rent and service from the tenement which Master John de Fraunsham held of Alexander his brother in Skerning, and which Margery late the wife of Walter Finch held of the said John de Fraunsham. Witnesses:— Sir Saer de Frivill and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 10126. Feoffment by John Scotte, citizen of Norwich, 'sherman,' to John Bullok of Skernyng, Clement Pomefreytt and William Pynchebek, of the same, of an enclosure called 'Poumffreytes,' containing 4a. land, and 1a. land called 'Yelde acre,' with their appurtenances, as they lie in the field of Skernyng; which enclosure and acre he had by the feoffment of John Corbowe, 'brasyer,' and William Phelippes, 'tailliour,' citizens of Norwich, by their charter dated at Skernyng, 4 February, 22 Henry VII. Skernyng, 23 February, 22 Henry VII. Fragment of seal. Endorsed: Pomfrettes cloos. Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10127. Feoffment by Cecily, Maud and Isabel, daughters of Nicholas Moriz of Runtone, and sisters, to Hugh son of Robert Tebaud of Schipedene, of a piece of arable in Schipedene, at Bromlilond; con- sideration, 30s. Schipedene, Palm Sunday, 35 Edward I.
[Norf.]A. 10128. Feoffment by Roger Smyth of Skernyng to Ralph de Skernying and Thomas Clerk of the same, of 4a. arable lying dispersed in the field of Skernyng. Monday after St. Barnabas, 42 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10129. Demise by John de Reppes and Elizabeth his wife to Robert Herward of Aldeburgh, of all the lands &c, in Shypedene which came to them in ward by reason of the minority of Robert son and heir of Robert Tebauld; to hold from the day of date to the full age of the said Robert. Bernyngham, Sunday before the Apostles Simon and Jude, 32 Edward III.
[Wilts.]A. 10130. Release by Agnes late the wife of William le Shetere of Stockeleghe, daughter and one of the heirs of William Geffray of Brom- ham, widow, to Robert de la Roche and Emma his wife and John their son, of the tenement she inherited from her father in Bromham, for 40s. beforehand; with remainder in default of John's issue, after the decease of the said Robert and Emma, to the heirs of Robert. Witnesses:—John de la Roche and others (named). Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10131. Release by Sir William de Wendling to the abbot and convent of Wendling, of 9s. 4d. yearly rent which they owed him for the whole tenement which they held of the fee which was Robert de Stute- willa's; to hold in pure alms. Witnesses:—Sir Osebert de Caylly, Sir Gilbert de Frausham, Sir Saer de Frivill, Sir Henry de la Leghe, knights, and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 10132. Letter of attorney by Lettice late the wife of Peter le Veutre to John son of Thomas de Denton to deliver seisin to Robert le Veutre of a messuage in the parish of St. Margaret of Brunham Norton, an acre called 'Russeliscroft' excepted. Brunham St. Clement, Thursday before St. George, 16 Edward II. Seal, apparently of arms.
[Norf.]A. 10133. Feoffment by John Poumfreyt of Skernyng to Thomas Rownyng and John Pescod of the same, of a piece of arable there, reckoned at 1½ roods, which together with John Gyles and John Bracke the elder of the same, since deceased, he had by the gift of the said Thomas, son and heir of Adam Rownyng, late of the same, by charter dated there 8 October, 17 Edward IV. Skernyng, 3 January, 10 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]A. 10134. Feoffment by John Gyllyng of Gressenhale to Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng, William Rownyng of Est Derham and Robert Rook of Skernyng, of a piece of land in Skernyng in Bitfeld, next land late of the manor of Skernyng now John Pomfreyt's, &c. 12 June, 14 Edward IV. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10135. Release by Margery daughter of Alexander de Skerning to William son of William de Wendling for 1 mark, of her right in la. land in Skerning. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Frausham, Alexander his son and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 10136. Feoffment by Robert Fyssher of Skernyng to John Pomefrey, of the same, the elder, John Pomefrey, his son, Clement Pomefrey, and Thomas Brak, of the same, of a messuage, void (vacuum), with 18a. arable, &c., lying dispersed there; also of 35½d. rent from lands, &c. formerly Chabbes in Skernyng, whereof the said John Pomfrey the elder and Geoffrey Brak are now tenants; which messuage, &c. and rent he had together with Henry Clerk, Avelin his wife, and John Mychell of Skernyng, since deceased, by the gift of John Fyssher, by charter dated at Skernyng, 13 November, 12 Henry VII. Skernyng, 17 January, 22 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10137. Feoffment by John Fyssher of Skernyng, the elder, to Henry Clerk, of the same, Avelin his wife, John Mychell and Robert Fyssher, of the same, of a messuage, void (vacuum) with 18a. arable, &c. lying dispersed in the town and fields of Skernyng; also of 35½d. rent from lands, &c. late Chabbes, in Skernyng, whereof Edmund Tabbe and John Pomefrey are tenants. Skernyng, 13 November, 12 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: Detailed extent of 'Chabbes londes' as held by Pomefrey and Tabbe; 'Thomas Hoo.'
[Norf.]A. 10138. Feoffment by Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng and William Rownyng of Est Eerham to Thomas Poumfreyt, John Poumfreyt the elder and Clement Poumfreyt, all of Skernyng, of a piece of land in Bitfeld, reckoned at la., which, together with Robert Rook of Skernyng, since deceased, they had by the feoffment of John Gyllyng of Gressenhale. Skernyng, 20 January, 9 Henry VII. Seals.
[Norf.]A. 10139. Feoffment by Nicholas le Flemyng of Crowemere and Agnes his wife to Adam Clerk (clerico) of Weston, of a piece of land in Schipeden, at Crowemere. Monday after St. Barnabas, 34 Edward I.
[Norf.]A. 10140. Feoffment by Robert Bacar, clerk, Geoffrey Brakke and Thomas Brakke of Skernyng, co. Norfolk, to Thomas Hoo, 'gentylman,' John Malby of Est Derham, and Robert Wodethorpe of Hengham, in the said county, of a piece of arable, reckoned at 3a., at 'Syr Howes cros,' in Skernyng, formerly belonging to John Fayreman, clerk, which, together with Edmund Michell, since deceased, they had by the feoffment of Clement Powmfreth of Skernyng, by charter dated there 16 April, 16 Henry VII. Skernyng, 24 May, 22 Henry VII. Fragment of seals.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
[Cornw.]A. 10141. Feoffment by John Knol to John Tretherf, esquire, and Joan his wife, of all his lands, &c. in the town of Knol, to wit the whole town of Knol; to hold to them, and the heirs and assigns of John. Witnesses:—William Bodrugan, knight, Reginald Tretherf, and John Bevyll Golovrys, esquires, Stephen Boswydell, Thomas Treuthgans. Knol, 15 February, 14 Henry VI. Endorsed: Knolle.
[Cornw.]A. 10142. Letter of attorney by John Knol to Simon Cosvehord to deliver seisin to John Tretherf, esquire, and Joan his wife, of all his lands, &c. in Knol, to wit the whole town. 15 February, 14 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
[Norf.]A. 10143. Feoffment by John Sylk of Holkham to John de Brokford of Brunham St. Clement and John Schroppham of the same, of a cottage and two pieces of land lying separately. Monday after St. John the Baptist, 10 Henry IV.
[Norf.]A. 10144. Feoffment by Margaret Rost, dwelling in Peterston, widow, to William Waterdone, of the same, and John Schroppam of Brun- ham St. Clement, of la. land in the field of Brunham St. Clement on 'le Dale.' Peterston, Sunday after St. Lawrence the Martyr, 10 Henry IV.
[Norf.]A. 10145. Feoffment by John Peyntour, John Pomfreyt and William Sekkere of Skernyng to Adam Sterlyng, Richard Tabbe, and Margaret his wife, of Est Bradenham, of a messuage, with building, and 36a. land, &c. in Skernyng, late of John Benggys, chaplain. Skernyng, Thursday before St. Andrew the Apostle, 5 Henry VI. Seals, broken. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Wilts.]A. 10146. Grant by Walter de Dunstanvill in fee and heredity to Reginald de Daivill for his service, of 100s. of land in Winterburn, to wit 80a. in one field and 82a. in the other, provided for the said Reginald from his demesne and delivered for 100s. worth of land by the lawful oath of the men of that town, with pasture for the oxen of two ploughs in common with his oxen, and pasture for 200 sheep with his sheep; to hold by service of a half knight; and the said Reginald shall do the full service of a knight when, as he had promised, he shall have provided the said Reginald other 100s. worth of land; detailed description of position of acres. Witnesses:— Thomas and Alan Basset, Peter son of Toret, Reginald de Hamton, Reginald de Winterburn, William the clerk.
Endorsed:—Carta Walteri de Dunstanvil de terra quam dedit Reginaldo de Dayvile in Winterburne.
[Norf.]A. 10147. Feoffment by Adam Man of Skernyngg and Eufemia his wife to Robert Shepherd (bercario) of the same and Maud his wife, of a piece of arable there. Sunday the feast of St. Nicholas the Bishop, 6 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10148. Feoffment by Margery Ede, late the wife of Roger Ede of Skernyng, to Adam Rownyng of Skernyng, James Rownyng of Longham and Peter Peyntour of Skernyng, of her messuage and the lands, &c., thereto belonging, in Skernyng, or elsewhere. Sunday after Midsummer, 7 Henry VI. Seal, broken. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10149. Feoffment by Margery Pescod of Skernyng, widow, Clement Poumfrey, and William Pynchebek, of the same, to John Bullok of Skernyng, Thomas Lumbard of Shipdham, and Thomas Bullok of the same, of an enclosure, reckoned at 5½a. land and pasture, in Skernyng, which they had by the feoffment of Robert Kyrby of Skernyng, the said Thomas Lumbard, John Man and Thomas Sekker, of Skernyng, by charter dated 10 September, 20 Henry VII; letter of attorney by Margery to Clement Poumfrey and William Pynchebek to deliver seisin. Skernyng, 18 November, 22 Henry VII. Two seals.
Endorsed:—Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10150. Feoffment by James Rownyng of Longham, to Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng, William Rownyng of Est Derham, Henry Ede, and Robert Rook of Skernyng, of a messuage, and the lands, &c. thereto belonging in Skernyng, which, together with Adam Rownyng and Peter Poyntour late of the same Skernyng, since deceased, he had by the feoff- ment of Margery Ede. Skernyng, St. Stephen's day, 35 Henry VI. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10151. Feoffment by Richard son of William son of Charles of Brunham St. Clement to Peter le Weutre and Lettice his wife, and the heirs of Peter, for their homage and service, of a messuage abutting on the highway to the marsh, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Snyterton and others (named).
[Camb.]A. 10152. Feoffment by Geoffrey Deveneys of Berton to Geoffrey de Thane, for his homage and service, and for 2½ marks, of three selions of land in 'Long brech,' &c.; rent, 1d.
[Norf.]A. 10153. Feoffment by William Jygg (sic) of Wyghton to William Groom of Brunham St. Clement and Roger Harryessone of Brunham Norton, of a place in Brunham St. Clement, with a house, formerly Simon le Veutre's, &c. Sunday before Midsummer, 1 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]A. 10154. Release by John Goldale of Brunham St. Clement to John de Brokford of Brunham aforesaid, of all his right in a cottage and two pieces of land there, formerly John de Dokkyng's. Friday after St. John the Baptist, 10 Henry IV.
[Norf.]A. 10155. Feoffment by John Corbowe, 'brasyer,' and William Phelippes, 'taillour,' citizens of Norwich, to John Scotte, citizen of Norwich, 'sherman,' of an enclosure called 'Pountffreytes,' containing 4a. land, and of 1a. called 'Yelde Acre,' in Skernyng, which together with Thomas Gronde and John Hendry, 'skrevener,' since deceased, they had by the feoffment of Richard Beverley of Skernyng, by charter dated at Skernyng, 12 May, 19 Henry VII; attorney to deliver seisin, Robert Baker, chaplain. Skernyng, 4 February, 22 Henry VII. Seals. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
[Cornw.]A. 10156. Grant by Richard, lord of Reskemmer, to Anastasia, late the wife of William Sor, of Trelan moer, of the wardship and marriage of Margaret and Mabilla, daughters and heirs of Edmund Sor, of Trelan moer; also grant to her of all the lands, &c. in Trelan mor, Portkosrek, belonging to him by reason of their minority, till their full age. Witnesses:— Richard Tregot, John Chaumont of Trenewyt, Robert Karlunyek, Philip Sor, John Trenbras. Monday after St. John the Baptist, 30 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10157. Indenture being a feoffment by John Pomefrey of Skernyng and John Pomefrey his son, Clement Pomefrey and Thomas Brak of the same, to Robert Fyssher of the same, of a piece of land and meadow there, reckoned at 1a., in the furlong (quarentena) called 'Nether- furlong,' which, together with a void messuage, they had, with other things, by the gift of the said Robert, who had the same together with Henry Clerk and Avelin his wife, and John Mychell, since deceased, as by charter dated, Skernyng, 13 November, 12 Henry VII, appeared; rent, 3d. yearly to the tenants of the said messuage. 8 April, 22 Henry VII. Endorsed: . . . . . Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10158. Feoffment by Richard Spaldyng of Est Derham to Robert Couper of the same, Katharine his wife, John Malyard of the same, 'draper,' and William Schoth, of the same, of all that half part of a messuage, called 'Sketys,' as it lies in Skernyng. Thursday the eve of the Epiphany, 36 Henry VI. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Camb.]A. 10159. Feoffment by Margaret late the wife of Matthew Golde- smyth of Berton, widow, to Gamelyn de Cottyngwyth of Berton, of 3 selions of arable in 'Holesfeld' of Berton, next lands held in bondage of Sir Bartholomew Burwassh and Sir Richard de la Vache, knights, &c. Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 20 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10160. Feoffment by Robert Wyting of Skerningg to Roger atte Hil, tanner, of Est Derham, of a piece of arable in Skerningg. Sunday before Michaelmas, 12 Edward III.
A. 10161. Grant by Edmund, bishop of Limerick, to the prior and canons of Holy Trinity, London, for their pittance, of a half mark yearly from the rent which Robert de Tolsbrech, chaplain, owed him, for the land the said Robert held of him in the tenement of Brori. Witnesses:— John, bishop of Ardfert, Nicholas, chancellor of Limerick, William son of Robert, canon of the same church, Alvered the clerk, brother Richard of the house of St. Mary of Dublin and others (named).
[Leic.]A. 10162. Letter of attorney by Emma de Catesby to John Steward, chaplain, to deliver seisin to Robert de Catesby her son, of all the lands, &c. which she had of the inheritance of Robert de Craumford, her father, in the town and fields of Thedyngworth. Assheby Leger, the feast of St. Martin, 2 Henry V. Seal.
Leic.A. 10163. Feoffment by Dame Emma de Catesby to Robert de Catesby, her son, of all the lands, &c. which she had of the inheritance of Robert de Craumford, her father, in the town and fields of Thedyng- worth, co. Leicester. Assheby Leger, the feast of St. Martin, 2 Henry V. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10164. Feoffment by John le Sor, lord of Talwern, to John de Penhal and Joan his wife, of a ferling of land in Tresamwel; rent, 5s. for all service save suit of court twice a year at Tresamwel. Talwern, Monday before St. Katharine the Virgin, 25 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10165. Demise by William de Erysi to John Taprel, Joan his wife, and John their son, for the term of their lives, of his lands, &c. in the town of Trethewy, with pasture, gorse (jaunibz), turbary, &c.; rent, 20s. Witnesses:—William Godolghan and others (named). Erysi, Friday the morrow of St. James the Apostle, 44 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10166. Release by William Waterdene of Peterston to John Scroppham of Brunham St. Clement and William son of Robert Bolman of Holkam, of his right in 1a. land in the field of Brunham St. Clement, on 'le Dale,' which acre he bought jointly with the said John. Sunday after the Purification, 10 Henry VI.
Leic.A. 10167. Indenture being a feoffment by William Heyne of Brantyngthorpe, co. Leicester, to John Heyne his son in tail, with remain- der in default to himself, of a messuage, a virgate of arable, and 3 roods of land there. Monday after St. John the Baptist, 1 Edward IV. Seal. Endorsed: A false dede made by the said Esyngewolde.
[Cornw.]A. 10168. Feoffment by Marina Lannargh to James Veyll and Richard Nanspyan, of her lands, &c. in the towns of Lannargh mor, Helstonburgh, Hellogan, Bodryvyell, Trewodones, Carvolgh, Carnegynfyn, Boswyn, Trevynsyn, Penhelek Byan, Polleowe, Trefoyll and Padystowe. Witnesses:—Henry Bodrugan, knight, John Reskymmer and John Tretherff, esquires, Thomas Hylla, Richard Swayne. Lannergh Mor, 10 August, 22 Edward IV. Seal, effaced.
[Cornw.]A. 10169. Demise by James Polwheverer to Joan wife of Oto Trevarthyan, for the term of her life, of all the lands, &c. in the towns of Stekyer and Trefouard, which he had by the gift and feoffment of the said Oto. The day of St. Philip and St. James, 4 Henry V. Endorsed: Stykkyer et Trefoward.
[Cornw.]A. 10170. Indenture being a feoffment by Otto Trevarthyan, lord of Trevarthyan, to Michael Gylbert of Marghasyowe in tail, of 2a. land in the field of Brevannek, the lands of the heirs of Lannargh and Vyvyan respectively on either side, viz. that parcel of land of which Warin Tyer and Margery Stonard were conventionary tenants; rent, 8s. 10d. for all service, save suit of his court of Trevarthyan twice a year. Monday after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 2 Henry V.
Camb.A. 10171. Feoffment by Robert Fanne of Berton and John Woderoue of Great Shelford to Richard Aunger the elder of Berton, Richard Abbot, clerk, Thomas Lacy of London, Robert Rolff of Berton and John Cleve of the same, of the lands, &c. in Berton, Whitwell, Grauncestre and Cotes, which, together with Richard Aunger of Berton, the elder, son and heir of Nicholas Aunger of the same, and John Freman, since deceased, they had by the grant of William Hasilden, esquire, Thomas Lacy, of Grauncestre, and Richard Rolf, late of Berton, by charter dated at Berton, 9 October, 9 Edward IV.; attorneys to deliver seisin, John Aunger and Hugh Stanley, chaplain. Berton, 25 May, 22 Edward IV. Fragment of one seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10172. Release by John Reskymer, esquire, to John Carewe, prior of the hospital (hospitalltatis) of St. John the Baptist next the 'bridge of Helstonburgh, for the term of the life of the said prior, of all claims touching the rents and services of Penfenten and Treenhelegen. 10 April, 2 Henry VII. Cancelled by cuts.
[Norf.]A. 10173. Release by William Beverley of Skernyng, son and next heir of Thomas Beverley, late of the same, to John Bullok of Skernyng, Clement Pomefreyt and William Pynchebek, of the same, of his right in an enclosure called 'Poumffreytes,' containing 4a., and in la. land called 'Yelde Acre,' in Skernyng, which descended to him on the death of Thomas Beverley his said father, who died intestate in respect thereof, and whereof his said father was co-tenant with Walter Rickes late of Est Derham, as appeared by charter, dated 20 July, 20 Edward IV, by the gift of Thomas Droury son and heir of Robert Droury late of Great Fraunsham. 23 February, 22 Henry VII. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10174. Feoffment by Hugh Cobeler of Brunham Nortone to Thomas Palmere and Ralph Cok of Brunham aforesaid, of ½a. ½ rood land at Longlond in the field of Brunham Nortone. Monday after Tyburcius and Valerian, 3 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Norf.]A. 10175. Release by John Wych, Eufemia his wife and Adam her son, to Roger son of Simon de Skernyngg, and Ralph his brother, of their right in 1a. pasture and meadow in Tunker, which the said Eufemia, Roger, Ralph and Adam jointly acquired from Ralph le Glouman the younger. Friday, the feast of St. George, 13 Edward III. One seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10176. Feoffment by Ralph Reskymer, esquire, to William Bere, of all his messuages, lands and tenements within his manor of Trefaward, with the rent and service of John Pentire for all those messuages, lands and tenements in Litel Bodwithek which the said John held of him, and the rents and services of John Trevylan for lands, &c. in Westhendra, of Thomas Molys for lands, &c. in Milla and Fenna, of Thomas Fairchyld for lands, &c. in Trefaward, Tregongar, Trevogleth and Kenes, of John Cokworthy for lands, &c. in Trevogleth, of John Hendra for lands, &c. in Kenes, of John Druwe for lands, &c. in Kleys, of Robert Wolgaveran for lands, &c. in Wolgaveran, together with the rents and services of his free tenants in Bodwithek if any be there; to hold to the said William Bere for life; rent, 7s. at Michaelmas. Witnesses:—John Basset and John Petit, esquires, John Penros Mathle. 1 July, 31 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10177. Feoffment by Roger son of Thomas Baldewin of Skerning, 16 January, 44 Henry III, to Alexander son of Thomas de Skerning, for his homage and service and 100s. in gersum, of his whole messuage in Skerning, which was his father's, next 'Fythelescroft,' and the aldergrove (alnetum) on the west, and the piece of land called 'Lundgrene' next the pasture of 'Tunker'; rent, a clove gillyflower. Witnesses:—Sir Saer de Frevill, Adam son of Eufemia and others (named).
[Norf.]A. 10178. Feoffment by Richard son of Robert son of Gilbert de Skerningge, to Alexander son of Thomas de Skerning, for 4s. in gersum, of all his land and pasture, which he, or his father, had next 'Lundgrene' in Skerning. II Id. October, 9 Edward I.
[Cornw.]A. 10179. Bond by Roger de Carmynou and Richard de Trewennard to Roger Blaca, merchant of Bodmyn,in 5 marks at Easter and Midsummer. Carmynou, Friday after Michaelmas, 10 Edward III.
Endorsed:—Solvit xxxiijs. iiijd.
[Wilts.]A. 10180. Indenture of demise by John de la Roche to Amicia Berdes, and John her son, for their lives, of a messuage with curtilage, la. 1 rood land in 'la Westfeld,' which William le Cok formerly held of him in Bromham; rent, 20d. and a man in autumn for one day for his corn (ad tend' bladum). Thursday before St. Barnabas the Apostle, 24 Edward III.
Endorsed:—In manu Thome Clerk.
Cornw.A. 10181. Bond by Thomas Lucomb to John Reskemer in 100l. conditioned for his, and his successors' in title, standing to the award of Thomas Graynfyld, Edmund Courtenay, John Carminowe and Thomas Bere touching the title to lands in Cabyle, co. Cornwall. 9 March, 5 Henry VII.
Hunt.A. 10182. Grant by Thomas Stanley, knight, Lord Stanley, to William Catesby, squire of the Body to the King, for his good will and counsel past and to come, of 5 marks rent for life from the manor, or lord- ship, of Kymbalton, co. Huntingdon, at Lady Day and Michaelmas, by the bailiff's hands. 17 December, 1 Richard III. Signed, 'T. Stanley.' Seal, chipped.
[Camb.]A. 10183. Feoffment by William Jecob of Haselyngfeld to Walter his son, John Chymmyng, William Gunderet, of the same, and John Cobbe of Berton, of 5a. land in the fields of Berton and Grancete. Berton, Tuesday after St. Faith the Martyr, 35 Edward III. Seal.
Linc.A. 10184. Feoffment by Thomas Kitlok of Aswardby and Thomas Waterman of the same to Margaret Fenne, late the wife of John Fenne, late of Aswardby, John Drant of Haryngton, John Dauson of Soterby, and William Kepas of Aswardby, of a messuage in Aswardby with the lands, &c. there, and in Haryngton and Sausthorp, and elsewhere, co. Lincoln, which they had, together with John Fenne and William Warde, since deceased, by the feoffment of William Husy, knight, Chief Justice of the King's Bench, Richard Sperte, esquire, and Edward Madeson, since deceased; to remain, after the death of the said Margaret, to William Fenne son of the said John and Margaret in tail, to the use of the last will of the said John Fenne, deceased. Memorandum of livery of seisin. Aswardby, 12 December, 23 Henry VII.
Cornw.A. 10185. Indenture being a grant by William Reskymmer, in the county of Cornwall, esquire, to John Glyn, for life, for counsel given, of 20s. annuity, charged on the manors of Reskymmer and Trevarthian, co. Cornwall; memorandum of livery of seisin by payment of 1d. Witnesses:—Richard Whitlegh, Thomas Glyn, Robert Cotell. 26 April, 7 Edward IV.
Camb.A. 10186. Release by Richard Levechyld, son and heir of William Levechyld, of Whyttwell, co. Cambridge, to Edmund Hanson, clerk, rector of the parish church of Tofte, in the said county, George Baasley of the same, Nicholas May and Thomas Baasley son of Thomas Baasley of the same, 'smyth,' and John Grene, of Comberton, in the said county, of his right in 5a. 1 rood arable lying dispersed in the fields of Berton, next lands of Clare Hall, &c. 10 January, 19 Henry VII. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10187. Indenture of demise by John son of Richard Tremayn to Peter Anny, for life, of all his lands, &c. in Ledun and Lestelmur, at 20s. rent, at the terms usual in the hundred of Kerrier, and 5s. for a heriot on the death of the said Peter . . . . ., 8 May, 7 Henry VI. Seal, broken.
Camb.A. 10188. Release by Richard Dyke of Berton, co. Cambridge, and Agnes his wife, to John Hesewell, burgess of the town of Cambridge, John Cheyne, knight, John Burgoyn, 'gentilman,' William Pechard, Richard Ade, and Sampson Aunger, of their right in a tenement in Berton, and 5a. l½ roods land lying dispersed in the fields of Berton and, Grauntcester, in the said county, which Hesewell, and the others, had by the grant of Robert Fanne of Berton, Nicholas Birde, and John Eylmer. Berton, 8 May, 1 Henry VII. Seals.
[Cornw.]A. 10189. Indenture made at Merthyn, 8 October, 19 Henry VII, witnessing that John Reskymmer, esquire, lord of the manor of Reskymmer Manek, had, on the day of making thereof, received from Lawrence Nans homage and fealty for a half acre of land Cornish in Trewyns, which Lawrence held of him as of the said manor by knight service. Seal, broken.
[Norf.]A. 10190. Feoffment by Robert, prior of the monks of Acre (Acra), and the convent of the same, to William son of Leftheinus of Wendlinge, of a half acre of land and the fourth part of one perch (percate), which William son of Elferus, of Suthwde, their man, gave him in exchange for a meadow of 12 perches in length and 2½ in width, which meadow the said William their man gave them for release of his aid which he was used to pay them yearly; also of one acre of arable, in 'Berewardescroft,' which William son of Alfred (Elveredi) gave him in exchange for a meadow of 10 by 6 perches, which meadow the said William gave them for a like release; this grant and confirmation they have made to the said William son of Leftheinus for his homage and ½d. rent at Michaelmas for all exigencies and customs. Endorsed:—'Carta prioris de Castellacre.'
[Norf.]A. 10191. Feoffment by Richard de le Hyl of Brunham Norton to Richard his son of a piece of land in the field of Brunham Sutton, at Suttonehil, containing 1a. ½ rood. Saturday after the Octave of St. Hilary, 21 Edward [I].
[Cornw.]A. 10192. Release by Agnes late the wife of William Aratz to Walter de Carmynou of her right in lands, &c. in Trefriek. Polroda, Tuesday the eve of the Purification, 39 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10193. Release by John Tremayn to Richard Tremayn of all his lands, &c. in the towns of Tregaer, Chyenhal, and Mogyonvyhan, with common of pasture at Chyenhal on (super) Mogyon. Tremayn, Monday [after] the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 4 Henry IV.
[Norf.]A. 10194. Release by Roger son of Walter le Mire of Skerning to Thomas son of Alexander de Skerning of 1d. rent which Vincent (Wine') Gibbe used to pay him for a piece of arable, which the said Thomas bought of the said Vincent in Skerning; consideration, 12d. Witnesses:—John and Walter le Gleuman and others (named). St. Margaret the Virgin's day, 18 Edward [I].
CambA. 10195. Feoffment by Robert Skelman to John Amys, Richard By, Thomas Bangyll, 'carter,' the elder, John Goodale, and Robert Aleyn, of all the lands, &c. in Berton, which he had, jointly with John Wryght, Thomas Fanne, Nicholas Aunger and Richard Freman, since deceased, by the gift of William Amys, son and heir of Geoffrey Amys. Berton, 30 June, 6 Edward IV.
Camb.A. 10196. Feoffment by Richard Bye the elder to John Amys, son and heir of John Amys, late of Haselyngfeld, Thomas Cotton, esquire, John Asshewell, burgess of the town of Cambridge, John Fynne, clerk, Richard Blaunchard, clerk, Richard Dale, clerk, Thomas Aleyn, Robert Coggessall, William Atkyn, John Fanne, and John Aylmer, of all the lands, &c. in the town and fields of Berton, which he had, jointly with John Amys late of Haselyngfeld aforesaid, Thomas Bangyll, 'carter,' the elder, John Goodale and Robert Aleyn, since deceased, by the gift of Robert Skelman. Berton, 12 October, 2 Henry VII. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10197. General release by Margaret Somerby of Skernyng, widow, to John Clerk, late of the same. The feast of Relicks, 2 Henry VII.
[Cornw.]A. 10198. Grant by Christopher, son of Amand, and by Gilda his wife to Roger, lord of Carminou, his heirs and assigns, dwelling in the town of Tredenec, of all the 'multure' of all their men of Goyvos and 'del Vos,' dwelling, whoever they may be, for place and time; also grant to him of their own 'multure' as long as they dwell in the town of Goyvos and 'del Vos'; it shall be lawful for them, the said Christopher and Gilda, to 'follow' another mill than Tredenec in default of water; he, his wife, their heirs and assigns, dwelling in the town of Goyvos and 'del Vos,' are bound to follow the mill of Tredenec, especially in winter, with all their multure, and in summer, when there is a supply of water, waiting one day for the supply, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Pridias, Sir Robert Briton, Sir John de Walebreus, Hervey Tyrel, Marsil de Lesard.
[Norf.]A. 10199. Grant by John son of Astildus of Wendlinge, to the canons of the Premonstratensian order at Wendlinge, in pure and perpetual alms, of a piece of wood, and 1d. rent which Sir William de Wendling used to pay him for the wood called 'Tindeker' which the said canons now hold. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Frausham, Sir Saer de Frivill and others (named). Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Carta Johannis Astel. Hastelles in Wenling.
[Norf.]A. 10200. Feoffment by John son of Astell' of Wenling to Sir William, parson (Persone) of Wenling, for his homage and service, and for 60s. in gersum, of 3a. 3 roods of wood, in one piece, next Sir William de Stutevill's, &c.; to hold in fee and heredity, &c.; rent, 7d. for all service. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Frausham, and Sir Reginald de Dunham, and others (named).