Deeds
A.10601 - A.10700

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1906

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'Deeds: A.10601 - A.10700', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 5 (1906), pp. 23-36. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64429 Date accessed: 28 July 2014.


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A.10601 - A.10700

[Norf.]A. 10601. Feoffment by Robert Fyssher and Thomas Fyssher to Clement Pounefreyte, Thomas Pounefreyte, John Pounfreyte, clerk, and John Bullok, of a close in Skernyng field, which, together with John Fyssher and Richard Fyssher, since deceased, they had by the feoffment of William Belde the younger by charter dated at Skernyng, 17 July, 5 Edward IV. Skernyng, 6 January, 2 Henry VIII. Seal.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10602. Feoffment by William Beld the younger of Skernyng to John Fyssher of Skernyng the elder, Robert Fyssher, Richard Fyssher the elder, and Thomas Fyssher, of the same, of a close in Skernyng field which, together with Edmund Tabbe, Thomas Beld, Robert Langtoft, and John Trypelot, late of Skernyng, since deceased, he had by the release of Robert Reve, son and heir of Adam Reve, late of Skernyng, dated 17 July, 5 Edward IV. Skernyng, 12 April, 14 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: For parte of Brendwode clos; Thomas Hoo.
[Warw]A. 10603. Release by Emma, late the wife of Geoffrey le Waydur of Coventre, to Peter son and heir of Nicholas le Deistere of the same, her brother, of her right in a messuage next 'le Irenmongeresrowe' in Coventre, which she had for the term of the life of the said Nicholas her father, &c. Witnesses:—John de Clyfton, bailiff, Roger de Pacwode, coroner, of Coventre, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Cedde, 6 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 10604. Release by Simon le Archer of Toneworthe to John de Middelmor, of his right in two fields of land in Toneworthe, one between the road to Warrewyk and 'le Clerkeslond,' the other hetween William Dolfyn's land and the other road to Warrewyk. Friday after the Apostles Peter and Paul, 14 Edward III.
Warw.A. 10605. Bond by John Hale of Stretford, co. Warwick, 'smyth,' William Hale of the same, 'wever,' and John Careles of Bysshoppuston in the said county, 'husbondman,' to Thomas Palmer and William Catesby, esquires, in 10 marks, at Midsummer next. St. Luke the Evangelist, 24 Henry VI. One seal.
[Warw.]A. 10606. Feoffment by John Broun, of Thoneworth, to John Waters, and Agatha, his wife, of a place of meadow with the wood thereon, in the territory of Thoneworth, between land of the said John Waters and of Simon de la Heth, &c.; rent, 4d. to the chief lords. Saturday after St. Hilary, 15 Edward II. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10607. Feoffment by John Attewelle, rector of Matelaske, to Robert Hereward of Aldeburgh, of all his land &c. in Toun Bernyngham, North Bernyngham, Baconthorp, Plumpstede and Matelaske. Toun- bernyngham, Sunday after the Ascension, 34 Edward III.
[Cornw.]A. 10608. Feoffment by John de Kellygren to Oliver de Caermenou and Elizabeth his wife, of a ferling of land in the town of Treberveth beside Kenel, viz. a moiety of the whole town of Treberveth. Witnesses:—Sir John de Trejagu, knight, Roger de Reskemmer, John le Bret, James de Trevyados, Walter de Carnduyou. Caermenou, Friday the feast of St. Mark the Evangelist, 13 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10609. Feoffment by Clement de Bliclynge, chaplain, to Geoffrey de Frausham, of a piece of arable in Great Frausham. Friday before St. Luke the Evangelist, 10 Edward II. Seal, broken.
Endorsed: . . . dimidia acra.
[Norf.]A. 10610. Chirograph indented being the counterpart of a demise in fee farm by Robert abbot of Wendling and the convent of the same to Richard Angevile and Maud his wife and their heirs lawfully begotten of them, of a messuage and croft of 2½a. land, in Great Frausham, formerly Robert Rasthyen's; rent, on the feast of St. Faith the Virgin, 2½ quarters barley, and two hens at Christmas, for all service, save suit of court twice a year at Wendling. Thursday after Midsummer, 31 Edward [I]. Seal cracked.
[Norf.]A. 10611. Release by William Hard of Creyke to John atte Dale, William Dale, and Thomas Peyntour of Brunham Norton, of his right in 2a. land in the field of Brunham Thorpph in the furlong (stadio) called 'Braky Wong,' abutting on Holkhamhevedys, &c, which he had by the feoffment of Roger Coldham of Brunham Thorpp. Brunham Overe, 15 July, 15 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10612. Feoffment by Roberl Bulman of Holkham to Richard Prat, rector of Brunham Thorp, and Roger Coldham of the same, of 2a. land there in the furlong (stadio) called 'Braky Wong,' abutting on Holkham- hevedys, &c. 3 June, 2 Henry V. Seal, broken.
[Norf.]A. 10613. Feoffment by Roger Coldham of Brunhamthorp to John Dale, William Dale, and Thomas Peyntour of Brunham Norton, of 2a. land in the field of Brunham Thorp, in the furlong (stadio) called 'Braky Wong,' abutting on Holkhamhevedys, &c. Brunham Overe, 15 July, 15 Henry VI.
[Cornw]A. 10614. Letter of attorney by Richard Herry and Joan his wife to John Bevyle and John Spede to deliver seisin to John Tretherf of land &c. in Truruburgh. Witnesses:—Sir William Bodrugan, knight, Henry Trevenoure, John Trewyk. Monday before the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 8 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10615. Feoffment by Ralph le Charter of Little Frausham to Robert son of Roger atte Scale (ad scalam), of 3 roods arable in the field of Little Frausham, &c., to assign to whom he pleased &c. except religious houses; rent, 2d.; consideration, ½ mark in gersum.
[Norf.]A. 10616. Grant in free alms by Geoffrey de Swtwode to the abbot and canons of the Premonstratensian order of St. Mary of Wendling, of all the land &c. which they held of his fee in the town of Great Fraunsham, quit of all services &c. Witnesses:—Sir Jordan Folyot, Sir William his brother, Sir Osbert de Caly, Sir William de Fraunsham, Sir John de Dunham, knights, and others (named). Wendling, Wednesday in Easter week, 6 Edward [I].
[Norf.]A. 10617. Letter of attorney by John the chaplain son of Roger the Leche (medici) of Skerning to Walter Tutfayt of Skerning to pay to the abbot and convent of Wendling 4d., which the said Walter used to pay him for two pieces of land in Skerning. XVII. Kal. June, 3 Edward II. Seal.
Endorsed:—Sacrista debet percipere . . . .
[Warw.]A. 10618. General release by Agnes daughter of William Creke, late tanner of Nuneton, to Richard Bagot. All Hallows day, 18 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10619. Feoffment by John Eede of Est Bradenham, son and heir of Henry Eede of Skernyng, to John Trypelot of Skernyng the elder, John Trypelot of the same the younger, and Thomas Anger of the same, of 1a. arable in Skernyng field, which descended to him on his father's death. Friday before St. Faith the Virgin, 4 Edward IV. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10620. Feoffment by Edmund Tabbe and Thomas Newman of Skernyng, to Robert Baker, vicar of a mediety of the church of Skernyng, William Tabbe of Est Bradenham and John Mechell of Skernyng the elder, of a piece of arable, reckoned at 3a. in Skernyng, at 'Ser Howes Crosse,' &c., which together with John Fayreman, clerk, since deceased, they had by the gift of William Colcy, son of John Colcy of Skernyng, by charter dated there, 6 July, 6 Edward IV. Skernyng, 8 February, 3 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10621. Feoffment by Nicholas Baron, late of Skernyng, Edmund Tabbe, and John Colyn of the same, to Richard Baron of Est Bradenham, Geoffrey Awncell of Skernyng and William Tabbe, of a half-acre, with a messuage with buildings, in Skernyng, which they had by the gift of Thomas Rownyng, Amice his wife, and William Rownyng of Est Dyrham, by charter dated at Skernyng, 20 July, 15 Edward IV. Skernyng, Lady Day, 22 Edward IV. Seals.
Endorsed: Tomlinsons; Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10622. Confirmation by Roger son of John le Gleuman of Skerningg to Ralph, his brother, for his service, of a piece of the messuage which his father give him, &c.; rent, to the chief lord, 4d. yearly and ¼d. to a scutage. Est Derharn, the day of St. Matthias the Apostle, 35 Edward [I].
[Norf.]A. 10623. Feoffment by John Attelund of Suthreppes to William his son, of 2 messuages, 18a. arable, 1 rood meadow, 7a. heath and 7s. rent, in Suthreppes. Sunday before St. Botolph the Abbot, 26 Edward I.
[Norf.]A. 10624. Indenture being a feoffment by Robert Herward, John Attefen of Great Yarmouth and Clement Hereward, to Roger Bonagent, of a place of land in Shepeden containing two perches in width; rent 2s. Thursday after All Hallows, 2 Richard II.
[Norf.]A. 10625. Indenture being a feoffment by Robert Hereward, John Attefen of Great Yarmouth and Clement Herward to Adam Hare and John Red the elder, of two perches in width of land in Shipeden; rent 2s. Mon- day after St. Nicholas, 2 Richard II.
[Norf.]A. 10626. Feoffment by Robert Soppe, vicar of the church of Skernyng, to Thomas Stanton, 'baxstere,' of Estderham, John Sygger and Thomas Munjoye of the same, of the half-part of a messuage called 'Sketys,' with 1 rood arable, in Skernyng. Monday after the Apostles Peter and Paul, 13 Henry IV. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10627. Grant in pure alms by Alexander son of Gilbert de Frausham to the church of St. Mary of Karhoe and the nuns there, of a piece of meadow in Skerninge. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Frausham, Sir Simon, vicar of Wrokesham, Adam de Runton.
[Norf.]A. 10628. Counterpart of a feoffment by John Pomefrey of Skernyng the elder, to William Pynchebek, Clement Pomfrey and John Bullok of the same, of 1½ rood meadow there, at Sponebryg, which, together with Joan his wife, John Colyn, Edmund Tabbe and Thomas Newman, late of the same, deceased, he had, inter alia, by the feoffment of John Westhaghe, late rector of a mediety of the church of Skernyng, by charter dated 12 November, 14 Edward IV; rent, a ginger-root at Christmas. 20 November 23 Henry VII.
[Norf.]A. 10629. Release by William son of Reiner at Hill (de monte) to the abbot and canons of St. Mary of Wendling, for the souls of himself, his parents, ancestors and successors, of his right in 19½d. rent from a messuage in the town of Narbug, due at Michaelmas, which they had by purchase and gift of Sir William de Wendling.
Endorsed: . . . . in Narburg.
[Norf.]A. 10630. Acknowledgment by Ralph son of Stephen de Penteneye that he owes to the abbot and convent of St. Mary of Wenling 26d. yearly rent for the tenement he held of them in Narbruth. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Narburk.
[Norf.]A. 10631. Feoffment by William son of Reiner at Hill (de monte) to William the chaplain son of John del Menegate, for his homage and service, of ½a. 1 rood land in Nerburg; rent, 19½d.
Endorsed: . . . . Narburg.
[Warw.]A. 10632. Chirograph indented being the memorandum of an exchange between Sir John de Bysshopesdone, knight, and Hugh son of Henry de Braundestone, of the land &c. in Lappeworthe which Sir John had by the feoffment of William de la Chaumbre and Alice his wife for other land &c. there. Witnesses:—Sir William de Luci, Sir Robert de Vaal, Sir Roger de Ailesburi, and others (named). Thorndone, Monday after Michaelmas, 7 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 10633. Feoffment by Simon de Sekkyndon, parson of the church of Thorp Constantyn, to Sir Peter de Monteforti of lands, rents and reversions in Colleshull. Witnesses:—Sir John Pecche, knight, and others (named). Monday after St. Faith the Virgin, 28 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[Norf.]A. 10634. Feoffment by Roger Buncheqwel of Skernyngg to Ralph de Skernyngg and John Steven, of a messuage and 6a. arable there. Monday after the Holy Trinity, 23 Edward III. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10635. Feoffment, of even date, by same to same, of four pieces of arable in Skernyngg. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10636. Feoffment by Roger son and heir of Roger Buncheqwel of Skernyngg, to Roger Ede of the same and Marjory his wife, of a messuage and 6a. land there, as in A. 10634. Tuesday after St. Agnes, 49 Edward III. Seal. Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
Warw.A. 10637. Counterpart of feoffment by Thomas Meryngton, Simon de Catesby, rector of the church of Wolfhamcote, William Broke, chaplain, and John Broke, to John Wyleby of Bobenhulle, of the land &c. there, which they had by his gift, subject, during twenty years, to 13s. 4d. rent. 1 April, 14 Richard II.
[Norf.]A. 10638. Release by John son of Walter Amys of Skerningg to his brother William of his right in land there. Friday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 10 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10639. Letter of attorney by Robert Balton of Brunham St. Clement, to Robert Waynfleth of Brunham, to deliver seisin to Alice, late the wife of Bartholomew Shropham of Brunham aforesaid and Geoffrey Schropham of Echam, of a messuage and 3a. land in Brunham, which, together with the said Bartholomew, he lately bought of John Prest of the same. Monday after Michaelmas, 19 Richard II.
Warw.A. 10640. Feoffment by Joan Warde, widow, to William Ludford, alias William Smyth, of Nuneton, co. Warwick, 'smyth,' and Elizabeth his wife, and his heirs and assigns, of a messuage and garden in 'Bakehouse Lane' there. 20 May, 20 Henry VII.
[Warw.]A. 10641. Counterpart of demise by Dame Margaret Catesby and William Catesby, esquire, to John Boteler of Henley in Arden, for fifty years, at 4s. 6d. rent, &c., of a messuage there and 5a. arable in the fields of Henley, Wottun and Wyttley, containing 26 selions. Assheby Leger, 4 April, 25 Henry VI. Seal, chipped.
Warw.A. 10642. Deed poll by William Parsons, son and heir of Richard Parsonns, of Lappworth, deceased, reciting that John Brome of the same by his charter of fee simple, dated there, Monday, Christmas Day, 22 Richard II, gave all his lands in Lappworth, Henley and Stodley, to the said Richard Parsons, Rose Mountfort, John Barowe alias Smythier, of Coventre, and John Sly of Lappworth; and reciting that the said Richard outlived the others and that his estate in the premises descended to the said William, as his son and heir; acknowledgment by William that Thomas Byllyng the elder, John Catesby, serjeant at law, Thomas Throgmerton, Nicholas Catesby and Edmund Newenham, are lawfully and peacefully seised of the said lands and tenements in Lappworth, and release to them of his right therein, with warranty. 17 March, 5 Edward IV. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10643. Grant in pure alms by John the chaplain, son and heir of Roger the leech (medici) of Skernyng, to the abbot and convent of St. Mary of Wendling, of 1d. rent which Walter Tutfayt of Skernyng used to pay him for a piece of land in Skernyng. Seal.
Endorsed: Carta Sacriste de Wendling.
[Cornw.]A. 10644. Insperimus and confirmation by William Park, son and heir of John de Park, of the grant made by his father, dated at Knol, Sunday after St. Andrew the Apostle, 9 Henry IV, to John Knol and Enora his wife for the term of their lives in survivorship, of all his land &c. in the town of Knol, subject to 22s. rent and 12d. for a heriot, and toll of tin, when they happen; with release to the said John Knoll of all his right in the premises, viz. in the whole town of Knol. Knol, 8 February, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 10645. Release by same to same of same. Knol, 9 February, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 10646. Release by John de Badynton, of Coventre, and Joan his wife, to William Prest of the same, butcher, of a place of land, whereof the said Joan was enfeoffed, together with Hugh de Welmeleyghton, formerly her husband, for a term, in Little Park Street (minori vico Parci), Coventre, by the said William Prest's demise. Monday after St. Gregory the Pope, 12 Edward III.
Warw.A. 10647. Feoffment by Margery Aston, late the wife of Robert Aston, and previously of William Felson, widow, and Thomas Felson, son and heir of the said William and Margery, to Humphrey Blyke, of a tenement and garden adjacent in the suburb of Warrewic, in Coton Street. Witnesses, John Bache, under bailiff of Warrewic, and others (named). Saturday after the Finding of the Holy Cross, 18 Henry VII. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 10648. Feoffment by Richard Payn of Coventre, to Nicholas Boyden of the same, merchant, of two messuages there, one in 'Hullestrete' and the other in 'Doggelone.' Witnesses, John Warde, then bailiff of Coventre, and others (named.) Wednesday in Whitsunweek, 18 Edward III. Seal.
Warw.A. 10649. Release by William Treweman, parson of the church of Loddebroke, William de Ofchyrche, John de Napton, chaplain, and William Broke, chaplain, to John de Catesby, of their right in a messuage in Coventre, called 'le Bellehous,' between 'Lewynneslane' and John de Catesby's tenement, and in two shops under the chamber (subtus cameram) of the said John, called 'le Garet,' which they had by his feoffment. Witnesses:—Richard Clerk, mayor, John Foundur, Geoffrey Hampton, bailiffs of Coventre, and others (named). 2 May, 9 Richard II. Two seals.
Leic., Salop, Warw.A. 10650. Letter of attorney by John Arundell, knight, son of the earl of Arundell, to David de Hanmere, John de Cockynge and John de Catesby to receive seisin from Henry de Coten and Thomas de Budenhal, clerks, of the manor of Braundon, co. Warrewyk, and to receive the intendence (attendance) of all the tenants of the said manor, and of all other the tenants which the said Henry and Thomas had granted him in the counties of Warrewyk, Leycestre and Salop; also to receive the intendence of all the tenants which he had, or should have, of the grant of Henry de Delves, brother and heir of Sir John de Delves, William Stel, clerk, John de Goldsborogh and Henry de Coten, clerks. Braundon, Saturday 20 November, 44 Edward III. French.
[Norf.]A. 10651. Feoffment by Thomas Mowtyng, of Estderham, and William Erll of Skernyng, to John Bullok of Skernyng, William Pynchebek of the same, and Thomas Bullok of Shipdham, of 1a. arable in Skernyng, which, together with Thomas Erll the elder and Thomas Erll the younger, late of Skernyng, since deceased, they had by the gift of Thomas Anger, late of Skernyng, by charter dated 9 June, 17 Henry VII; William Erll attorney to deliver seisin on behalf of Mowtyng. 12 September, 24 Henry VII. One seal.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
[Warw.]A. 10652. Feoffment by Richard George of Nuneton, Maud his wife, and John Freman of Coventre, 'baker,' to John Deye and Agnes his wife, of a burgage and a half-burgage in Nuneton. Warranty by Richard and Maud. 1 October, 13 Edward IV.
[Warw.]A. 10653. Feoffment by Adam de M . . . . of . . . butcher, and Alice his wife, to William son of John called (dicti) Preest of . . . . and Avice daughter of Richard Chaplain (capellani) of Stonlee, in tail, of the moiety of a tenement in Little Park Street (minori vico parci), Coventre . . . ., 3 Edward II.
Warw.A. 10654. Feoffment by William Felson of Warrewyk to Thomas Heyne and Robart Compton of the same, of the land &c. which descended to him on his father's death in Warrewyk, Calcote, Hardwyk, Grymbold and Thurlaston. Witnesses:—Henry Lonesdale, bailiff of Warrewyk, and others (named). 20 December, 3 Edward IV. Seal.
Warw.A. 10655. Bond by William Catesby of Lappeworth knight, to Margaret Underwode, of Warrewyk, widow, in 8 marks, at St. Andrew's day, 1471. 20 March, 8 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 10656. Letter of attorney by Henry de Braunteston, to William de Charyndon and John Burnel to deliver seisin to Sir John de Bisshopesdon of the whole manor of Lapworth. Bispwode, Saturday the eve of St. Andrew, 14 Edward II. Seal of arms, broken.
[Warw.]A. 10657. Bond by Adam de Coventre of Collyshull, to John Prest, of Coventre, merchant, in 6l. at Christmas next. 16 September, 34 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 10658. Indenture being a feoffment by Paulin Assheby of Alspath, to George Assheby his brother, in tail, with reversion in default to himself, of all the land &c. in Lapworth, which Margaret Assheby his mother then held after the death of Thomas Assheby her husband, and also of his land &c. there called 'Fowlersthyng'; rent, 10s. a year to him for life. Lapworth, 24 September, 14 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]A. 10659. Letter of attorney by John de Saundrested to Robert de Sutton of Coventre, 'mercer,' and John de Shrouesbury of the same, 'cordewaner,' to deliver seisin to William de Catesby, of all the lands and tenements which he had in Coventre, Radeford and Coundelme. Tuesday the feast of St. Lawrence, 24 Edward III. Seal of arms, broken.
Warw.A. 10660. Feoffment by Thomas Bate and John Bate, 'glovers,' of Nuneton, co. Warwick, sons and heirs of John Bate, 'glover,' late of Nuneton, to Thomas Thomson, 'tanner,' of Nuneton, of a tenement there. 26 April, 2 Henry VIII. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 10661. 'Hit is to be remembyrd that late was enqueryd of us Symkyn Skynner of Lappeworth and of John Parsons of the same tenauntes unto Sir William Catisby, knyght, whether ever we payd eny rent unto John Brome of Warrewyk fathir unto John Brome of Baddisley for suche landes and tenementes as we hild in the sayd towne of Lappeworth parcell of the landes and tenementes callyd Bromes there or evir knewe that the same John Brome fathir hedde ever astate or possession in the sayd landes and tenementes. We sey and confesse by this owre writyng to all suche persons to whome it shall come to that we neythir payd peny of rent eythir to the handes of the sayd John Brome fathir or to the handes of the sayd John Brome sone but to suche as were theyr rent gethirres. whethir to the behowfe and use of the fathir or the sone in the lyfe of the fathir or to eny othir standyng enfeffid theryn we knowe not. And ovir this we sey that we remembir not the state and feffement that was made of all the sayd landes and tenementes callyd Bromes by Thomas Cokkes one of the feffees to John sumtyme Duke of Bedford in the same landes and tenementes to whom the sayd feffement and astate was made and possession of the same delyveryd whethir to the sayd John Brome fathir or to the sayd John Brome his sone or to eny othir to eny of theyr behouvis as we shull unswere to fore godde at the dredefull day of dome. Gevyn at Lappeworth the iiijth day of June the vijte yere of Kyng Edward the fourthe.'
[Warw.]A. 10662. Release by William Bonde of Nunn Eton, and William Astell of the same, to Thomas Bagott of Coventre, of their right in a garden in Cotonend beside Eton aforesaid, which they had by the gift and feoffment of Marjory Bagott of Nunn Eton, widow. 27 June, 15 Edward IV.
Endorsed: Cotten End . . .
[Norf.]A. 10663. Feoffment by Robert Man and Henry Man the younger to Thomas Man the elder of Skernyng, Thomas Aunger of the same, John Pounfreyth the younger and Geoffrey Auncell, of a messuage and cottage, which were Adam Man's, a croft adjacent, four pieces of arable, one piece of underwood in the common, an acre of meadow for mowing, and all other the lands which lately were John Man's in Skernyng; all of which they had by the feoffment of Thomas Man the elder and Richard Crowe of Skernyng. Skernyng, 8 August, 17 Edward IV. Seals, one broken.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10664. Feoffment by Roger son of Thomas Baldewin of Skerninge to Sir William de Wenling, of the homages and all the services of Alexander Odeler (Odeleri), Thomas de Eston and Robert Gilbert of Skerninge and their heirs, for the tenements they held of him in Skerninge; rent, a peppercorn at Easter for all service. Witnesses:—Sir Gilbert de Frausham, Sir Reginald de Dunham, Sir Henry de la Leye, Sir Sayer de Frivile, and others (named).
[Cornw.]A. 10665. Bond by William Roscowrek to Ralph Reskymmer, esquire, in 20l. at Easter next, conditioned for the payment of 100s. on the said feast. 25 January, 1 Edward IV.
[Norf.]A. 10666. Feoffment by Alexander son of Richard son of William de Terstune to God and St. Mary and the canons of the Premonstratensian order at Wendling, for 9 marks which they gave him for the use of Richard his nephew (nepotis), of his alder-bed (alnetum), called 'Schorteker,' in Sckerning; rent, a clove gillyflower at Easter for all service. Witnesses: —Sir Sayer de Frivill, and others (named). Seal, broken, with legend, s. alexandri de t . . . . . .
Endorsed: Carta Alexandri de Sterstun.
[Warw.]A. 10667. Feoffment by Richard le Botoner, merchant of Coventre, to Henry de Therdele, merchant of Coventre, of a tenement in Earl Street (vico comitis), Coventre, &c. reaching to 'Erlesorchard.' Witnesses:— Robert Baker (pistore), bailiff, Anketin de Coleshul, coroner of Coventre, and others (named). Midsummer eve, 2 Edward II. Fragments of seal.
[Warw.]A. 10668. Release by John son and heir of Robert Broun of Warrewyk to William fitz Herry, esquire, William Casteleyn, esquire, William Botyner, John Yate and John Bokemore, of his right in all those lands, &c. in Lapworth which the said Eobert his father, William del Spyne and John Jory, chaplain, had by the gift and feoffment of Philip de Ayllesbury and Agnes his wife. Warrewyk, the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, 2 Henry V.
[Warw.]A. 10669. Release by Amycia Broun and Walter Broun to John son of Walter Broun of Thaneworth, of their right in two places of land there, one between 'le Longelone' and land of Simon del Heth, land of Henry Elys and the lane from Monkespath mill to 'le Longeloneende,' the other at 'Calvedenelond' toward 'le Hethsyde.' Thursday the feast of St. Matthias the Apostle, 16 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 10670. Indenture being the memorandum of an agreement between Alice late the wife of Roger Herbad of Taneworthe and Simon de Coddebarue, smith, viz. she granted him in frank marriage with Amycia, her daughter all her land &c. (totam partem omnium terrarum . . . . . que habuit) in the territory of Holenhale, with the third part of the crop then in the ground; for this he agreed that the issues of the said land &c. and the moveables he had with her should be applied to the said Amycia's promotion, as in buying land or building houses; they have sworn on the gospels (fide media . . . . juraverunt) to observe these covenants, under penalty of 100s. to the assistance (subsidium) of the Holy Land and 100s. to the Queen's gold. Taneworthe, Thursday in Whitsun week, 4 Edward II. Fragment of one seal.
Warw.A. 10671. Indenture whereby Thomas Burdet, knight, after reciting that John Brome of Lappeworth gave to him, and others, since deceased, the manor of Lappeworth Halle, with all other the said John's lands &c. in Lappeworth, to them and their heirs forever, enfeoffs William de Bisshopesdon, knight, of the said manor. Witnesses:—Alfred Trussell, knight, and others (named). Lappeworth Halle, the feast of the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 7 Henry V.
[Norf.]A. 10672. Release, in consideration of 12d., by Elviva, late the wife of Ralph Rose, widow, to the canons of St. Mary of Wendling, of her right in a piece of land in Skerninge, which Nicholas son of Alice had of the gift of Sir William de Wendlinge and held of them. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]A. 10673. Grant by Agnes de Aylesbury, widow, to Margaret Wodard of Tonworth, of 10s. rent for thirteen years, to be received at her manor of Loppeworth from Richard Prat, her tenant there, viz. 40d. at Michaelmas, the Purification, and Whitsuntide. Henle, 20 September, 14 Richard II.
[Warw.]A. 10674. Defeasace of a letter of account (litera de compoto) whereby Robert Raulot, 'pursere,' in Coventre, was bound to Robert de Buricote, 'scherman,' in Coventre, in 18l., viz. on payment, before the feast of . . . . . next, of 9l. Coventre, Monday after the Holy Innocents, 10 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 10675. Feoffment by John Dey of Nuneton and Agnes his wife, to Sir William Carpenter, perpetual vicar of the parish church of Staunton beside Pembryg, co. Hereford, John Carpenter, brother of the said William, Thomas Shepey of Nuneton, and Nicholas Dalton, otherwise Called Tayler, of Kynges Newnam, co. Warwick, of a burgage and a half- burgage in Nuneton, which they had by the gift of Richard George, Maud his wife, and John Freman of Coventre, who had the same by the feoff- ment of John Thorp, late of Coventre, 'wever,' to them and the heirs and assigns of the said Richard and Maud; to hold to them and the heirs and assigns of the said William and John Carpenter. Witnesses:—Sir Richard Cokkes, vicar of the parish church of Nuneton, William Asshe, then bailiff of the said town and others (named). The Conception, 19 Edward IV.
[Norf.]A. 10676. Letter of attorney by William Dallyng of Brunham Norton and Katharine his wife to William their son, to deliver seisin to Robert Makemayden of the same, William Fuller of Elgheton, and Henry Wryght of Brunham aforesaid, of 3½a. in Brunham Norton. Monday after the Purification, 10 Henry IV.
[Norf.]A. 10677. Chirograph indented being a feoffment by Robert de Repp to William ate Lund of Suthrepp of 3r. 10p. land in Suthrepp, in exchange for the like amount of land there. Saturday before Lady Day, 18 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10678. Feoffment by Robert son of the late Richard de Suthwode of Estderham to Peter Bate of the same, Alice his wife, and their heirs and assigns, of a close there, with a piece of land in the croft of the same close. Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 36 Edward III.
[Norf.]A. 10679. Feoffment by John Davy, vicar of the church of Estodenham, Benedict atte Welle, Thomas atte Hyl, 'smyth,' and John Schyrcheman of the same, to Richard Teny of Estodenham, and Emma his wife, their heirs and assigns, of 10½a. arable and a piece of heath in Estodenham and Hokeryng, lying dispersed in eleven pieces. Tuesday after St. Augustine, 6 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10680. Feoffment by John Fyssher of Skernyng, to John Pomefrey of the same the elder, John Pomefrey his son and Clement Pomefrey likewise of the same, of two pieces of arable, lying apart in Skernyng field, which, together with Thomas Lampken of Gressenhale, Simon Toke of Betelee, and Henry Gedgh of Wurthyng, since deceased, he had, inter alia, by the gift of Thomas Eycoll of Hoo, and John Bolyon of Swanton Morlee, by charter dated at Skernyng, 12 November, 8 Henry VII; rent, to him, or to the proprietors of the messuage of Watlyngtonys, in Skernyng, 1d. at Michaelmas, for all service. 21 November, 22 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
Surrey.A. 10681. Release by John Rokele and Joan his wife to Nicholas Carrou the elder and Nicholas Carrou the younger of their right in the lands &c. which belonged to Nicholas Davy, late husband of the said Joan, in the county of Surrey, and which on Davy's death ought to have come to her by descent or in dower, in the parishes of Cresalton, Bedyngton, or elsewhere in the said county. Tuesday after Christmas, 13 Richard [II]. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10682. Confirmation by Reginald son of Adam de Gressenhal, so far as in him was, to the abbot and canons of St. Mary of Wendlinge, that they and their successors might peacefully possess and freely hold for ever in severalty, and as their own soil, a piece of land or pasture with the herbage therein in Skerning, being 2½a. next the stream between Skerning and their messuage in Wendling, which piece of land or pasture was formerly common of pasture. Witnesses:—Sir Jordan Folyot, Sir William de Frausham, Sir John L'Estrange (extraneo) and Sir Warin de Hertford, knights, and others (named). Wednesday, the first after the feast of St. James, 16 Edward [I]. Seal, broken (a pelican in her piety).
[Norf.]A. 10683. Feoffment by John Elfer of Great Frauesham to Clement the chaplain of Bleyclyngg, of a half-acre of his land. Great Frausham, Sunday before St. Philip and St. James, 9 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 10684. Feoffment by Thomas son of Walter of Great Frauesham to William son of William de Wenling, for his homage and service, and 26d. William gave him, of 3d. rent William used to pay him for a piece of land called 'Butteslond'; rent, ½d. at Michaelmas for all service. Wit- nesses:—Gilbert de Frausham, Alexander his son, Adam de Gressinghal, and others (named).
Norf.A. 10685. Feoffment by Robert Soppe, vicar of the church of Skernyngg, to John Sterlyngg the elder of Estbradenham, Alexander Reve of Skernyng, Thomas son of Geoffrey of Skernyng and Robert Baye of Westbradenham, of the lands, tenements, rents and services called 'Northendehalle,' which came to Margaret, late the wife of Thomas de Holton, dwelling in Sandon, by inheritance, on the death of Henry Lacy, her brother, in Skernyngg and elsewhere, co. Norfolk, with the following exceptions:—A rent called Wesenham rent, of 18d. yearly, which John Peyntour, the elder, of Skernyngg had bought of him; 3½d. rent from an acre of land called 'Stowys' at Bytfeld in Skernyngg, bought of him by the said John Peyntour; 29d. rent, bought of him by Simon Auncell and John his son, formerly due for Cayftes tenement in Skernyngg; 5d. rent, bought by the said Simon, from ½a. there called Stumpdock; four antumn boon-works, and three-quarters of a day of the same, bought of him by Reginald Senkeler, formerly due from the tenement there of Leva and Juliana Gybbes; one autumn boon-work and a quarter of a day of the same, bought of him by the said Reginald, formerly due from the tenement of Adam de Holgate there; two autumn boon-works, bought of him by Richard Senkeler, formerly due from the tenements of Thomas Lechys and. Thomas Asselenys there; half an autumn boon-work, which the said Richard Senkeler bought of him, formerly due from Lenotys tenement there; and except four autumn boon-works, which Adam atte Dam bought of him, formerly due from the tenements of Maud atte Dam, Geoffrey Back, Roger atte Dam and Adam atte Dam in Skernyngg; to hold the said lands, tenements, rents and services, with the above exceptions, to the said John, Alexander, Thomas and Robert, their heirs and assigns, of the chief lords of the fee &c. Skernyngg, Sunday the feast of St. Edmund the Archbishop, 1 Henry [VI].
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10686. Feoffment by Ralph son of Henry Ruffin of Frausham to William son of Leffein of Wendling, of all that moiety of the mill which (quod) was Robert Cuthemer's, which (quam) William held of Henry his father in Wendling; with a moiety of the alder-bed (alneti) which is of the fee of Sir William de Stutevill, to wit which lies between the alder-bed of Emma late the wife of Lewin and the stream; to give &c. as he please, except to religious (preter in religionem); rent, 4d. at the Purification, for all service; Ralph and his heirs are bound to give the said 4d. to the lord of Gressinghale on account of the overflow (propter refulacionem) of the water and on account of the said moiety of the alder-bed; for this gift and confirmation William gave him 12s. in gersum and did homage to him.
[Norf.]A. 10687. Feoffment by John Man of Skernyng, Geoffrey Brakke, and Edmund Mychyll of the same, to Walter Tudenham of Skernyng, Thomas Brakke, John Fyssher the younger and Thomas Secker the younger of the same, of a piece of arable, containing 3 roods, lying at 'Stubbez,' next land of the manor of Skernynghalle &c.; which piece of land they had together with John Wright, late of Skernyng aforesaid, since deceased, by the feoffment of John Pomefreyth the elder of Skernyng, by charter dated 31 August, 23 Henry VII; to hold to them, their heirs and assigns, but to the use of the said Walter Tudenham, his heirs and assigns, paying therefore at the messuage of the said John Man yearly 1¼d. at Michaelmas, for all service. 6 June, 23 Henry VII. Seals.
Memorandum of livery of seisin, endorsed.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Norf.]A. 10688. Feoffment by Henry Clerke of Skernyng, son and heir of John Clerke, late of the same, son and heir of Henry Clerke formerly of Skernyng, to John Fyssher of the same the elder, of a messuage, void, with 18a. arable, meadow and pasture lying dispersed there; also grant of 35½d. rent at Michaelmas from lands &c. late Chabbes in Skernyng, in the occupation of Edmund Tabbe and John Pomefrey, all of which descended to him on the death of John Clerke, his father. Witnesses:—Jerome Crowe, rector of one mediety, and Robert Baker, vicar of the other mediety of the parish church of Skernyng, and others (named). 12 November, 12 Henry VII. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Warw.]A. 10689. Release by Alice daughter of John le Buckemongere of Coventre, widow, to John Abbot of Coventre, of her right in a messuage in Earl Street (vico comitis) in Coventre; also of her right in 12a. rent from a tenement, formerly Adam le Wythe's in the same street, next the said messuage. Witnesses:—John Lewyne, then coroner, and others (named). Thursday after Michaelmas, 32 Edward I. Seal, with legend s. alicie. l[e] . bocmonger.
Norf.A. 10690. Feoffment by Robert Mendham of Sporle and Thomas Sekker to John Bullok of Skernyng, co. Norfolk, 'yoman,' William Pynchebek of the same, 'husbondman,' and Thomas Lumbard of Ship- dam, co. Norfolk, 'husbondman,' of a messuage, with buildings, and a piece of land reckoned at half an acre, in Skernyng, between Thomas Rownyng's close, called 'le Grove,' the church-way (viam ecclesiasticam), &c.; also of two pieces of land and pasture in the town and field of Skernyng, one containing 3½a. and the other 1½a.; all of which they had by the feoffment of Robert Tomlynson of Skernyng, Geoffrey Brakke and John Cokden alias Cotton of Wendlyng. Skernyng, 26 October, 22 Henry VII. One seal.
Memorandum of livery of seisin endorsed.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Cornw.]A. 10691. Indenture being a feoffment by Silvester de Lannergh Vyghan to John Myn of Hellestonburgh and Joan his wife, in tail, with reversion in default of their issue to himself and his heirs, of all his messuages &c. in the town of Lannergh Vyghan, to hold of him during his life by service of a pair of white gloves at Michaelmas yearly, and after his death of the chief lords thereof by the services thereto belonging. Hellestonburgh, Saturday before the Apostles Philip and James, 3 Richard II.
[Norf.]A. 10692. Feoffment by Thomas, John and Edmund, sons of Henry Clerk of Skernyng, deceased, to Richard Tabbe of the same, of a mesauage with buildings, 3½a. 1 rood land lying dispersed there. Friday after the Finding of the Holy Cross, 27 Henry VI.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Warw]A. 10693. Release by John son of John son of Simon Patte of Coventre, to Henry del Sartrye of Coventre and Joan his wife, their heirs and assigns, of his right in all that tenement which William Patte and Helewisia his wife formerly held of him for their lives in the High Street towards 'Potteresrowe' in Coventre, between the tenements of Robert Bonhome and Isabel Patte, formerly Simon Patte's. Witnesses:—John de Clifton, then bailiff, Roger de Pacwode, coroner, of Coventre, and others (named). Tuesday after All Hallows, 20 Edward II.
[Warw.]A. 10694. Letter of attorney by John Mayell of Stretford on Avene and Alice his wife to Walter Pratte of Henley in Ardern and John Hereford of the same, to deliver seisin to Robert Tyscote of Henley and Isabel his wife and the heirs and assigns of Robert of a messuage and garden in Henley. Saturday the feast of the Circumcision, 30 Henry VI, 1451. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 10695. Indenture being a release by Henry Godlord of Hucthorp to Richard del Combe of Coventre, William Prest of the same and Thomas de Franketon of Coventre of all actions &c. for any transgression against beating or imprisonment of him by them. Warwick, Wednesday after the Holy Trinity, 5 Edward III.
[Warw.]A. 10696. General release by Agnes Kyng, late the wife of John Kyng of Atherston, to Richard Bagot of Noneton and Amisia his wife, late the wife of John Cauthorne of Atherston. Atherston, 4 January, 26 Henry VI.
[Norf.]A. 10697. Feoffment by Richard Barne of Estbradenham and William Tabbe of the same to Thomas Rownyng of Skernyng and William Rownyng of Estdyrham of a half-acre of land and a messuage with buildings in Skernyng, which, together with Geoffrey Awncell, since deceased, they had by the gift of Nicholas Barne, Edmund Tabbe and John Colyn; warranty by Richard Barne; letter of attorney by William Tabbe to Richard Barne to deliver seisin. The feast of St. Katharine the Virgin and Martyr, 2 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed: . . . nuper Tomlinsons. Thomas Hoo.
[York, W.R.]A. 10698. Chirograph indented being a demise by Richard de Hauvill, with the consent of Cecily his wife, to the prior, Albert, and convent of Lewes of a bovate of land in Breidewelle, for ten years from Michaelmas, 1243, in consideration of 34s. paid beforehand; he may not sell, pledge or alienate the said land during the said term without the assent of the prior and convent; if they suffer loss for defect of warranty or acquittance the land shall remain in their hands till the loss is fully made good to them, the prior's word, without other proof, to be taken as to such loss; Richard and Cecily have sworn to keep this agreement and have promised (fide sua media promiserunt) to submit to excommunication, in default, by the dean of Danecastre, &c.
Endorsed: Bradewelle, Eboracensis Diœcesis.
[Norf.]A. 10699. Feoffment by Lettice, late the wife of Peter de Veautre, of Brunham, widow, to her son Walter of a site, with a house on it, in the parish of Brunham Ulp, two perches long and two wide; also of two roods, in one piece, in the field of Thorp; also of one part of a messuage, formerly Walter son of Alvered's, in Brunham Thorp, which she had by the gift of the said Walter, 41 ft. by 39 ft. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Calthorp and Sir Thomas de Snyterton, knights, William de Veautre and others (named). Wednesday after St. Gregory the Pope, 2 Edward II. Seal.
[Norf.]A. 10700. Feoffment by Robert Tomlynson of Skernyng, Geoffrey Brakke, and John Cokden alias Cotton, of Wendlyng, to Robert Mendham, of Sporle, and Thomas Sekker, of a messuage, with buildings, and a piece of land, reckoned at ½a., in Skernyng; also of two pieces of land and pasture there, of 3½a. and 1½a. respectively, which two pieces they had by the gift of William Choket, by charter of the said William, Thomas Michell, chaplain, and Alan Whitopp; the messuage &c. they had by the gift of Thomas and William Rownyng. Skernyng, 12 September, 22 Henry VII. Seals.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.