Deeds
A.11901 - A.12000

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1906

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214-228

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'Deeds: A.11901 - A.12000', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 5 (1906), pp. 214-228. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64442 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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A.11901 - A.12000

[Essex.]A. 11901. Grant in free alms by Sibilla de Aldholte to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of her whole tenement in Borham or elsewhere. Witnesses:—German de Colecestre, clerk, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. sibil'. d'. aldhol.
[Essex.]A. 11902. Feoffment by Robert son of Walter de Springefeld to Hervey Ridell, for his homage and service, of 6a. land (acras . . . lucrabiles) in 'Lee' field, next land of the fee of the Holy Cross of Waltham, extending from the croft called 'Standone' to 'Holmade'; rent, 3d. and 1d. to a scutage of 20s.; consideration, 12s. in gersum; Robert and his heirs to find access thereto. Seal, with legend, s. roberti. fil'. walteri. de. spen.
[Essex.]A. 11903. Grant in free alms by John Wulivot to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of a piece of wood in the town of Springefeud in 'Middelheye' wood, between wood of Cecily de Sandford and land of William de Gueres, wood of the abbot of Waltham and wood of the late Ralph de Besevile; rent, to the chief lord of the fee, viz. Godfrey de Sandford, 1d. and a pair of gloves. Witnesses:—Sir John de Mapelderefeud, Sir Robert de Borham, Sir William Gyffard, Henry de Meperteshal, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. ioh'is wlvet.
[Essex.]A. 11904. Grant in free alms by Joan daughter of the late Hervey Ridel, of Borham, to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of 8a. land in Borham, which her said father gave her, being, together with a lane, of the fee of Alice de Crammavile. Witnesses:—Sir Richard de Thany, Sir Thomas de Ramesdane, Thomas Chamberlain (camerario), Oito, his son, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. iohan. f[il]. herevei.
[Essex.]A. 11905. Feoffment by Robert son of Michael de Dodebroc to Denise (Deonisie) daughter of Ralph Fisher (piscatoris), of Borham, for her homage and service, and for 6s. in gersum, of 1r. land in the town of Borham, between land of John Wareng', of the fee of Springefeld, the road from Chelmurford to Colecestre, &c., except religious and Jews; rent, 4d. Seal, with legend, s. roberti. d'. dodebro'.
Endorsed: . . . . Radulphi pistoris . . .
[Essex.]A. 11906. Release in free alms by William Scholdecoc and Denise (Dionisia), his wife, to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of a messuage with building thereon, &c. in the town of Borham, next land of the canons, of John Waringeir, the highway from Colecestria to London, &c. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Borham, knight, and others (named). Seals, with legends, (1) s. willi. scholdecoc.; (2) s. dionisie . . . .
Endorsed: Willelmi Scoldecok . . . .
[Essex.]A. 11907. Grant in free alms by Ralph le Hirde (pastor) son of Robert le Hirde (pastor'), of Springefeld, to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of his meadow in that parish, in 'Holemad,' of the fee of Luke de Terling; rent, 4d. Witnesses:—Sawal de Springefeld, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. radvlfi. le. hirde. Cf. A. 11912.
[Essex.]A. 11908. Feoffment by Richard son of Sewale of Borham, to Hervey Ridel, of the croft called 'Huniland' which Michael de Dodebroc held of Robert de Monte, son of John, in the parish of Borham, to wit between the land of Dodebroc and the land of Ralph Warenger (Warengeri), extending from the highway to land which was Gilbert de Keleuedene's; rent to the said Robert, 20d. for all service, &c. as the charter of the said Robert de Monte son of John witnessed. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Heirun, Ralph de Mandevill and others (named). Seal, with legend, sigill. ricardi. de. borha.
[Essex.]A. 11909. Grant in free alms by Walter Beriman, of Borham, to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham and the canons regular there, of 4a. land in the town of Borham, between 'Dikedeheye' wood and the road and lands of Durant Stiward and Gilbert le Munt; rent, to the chief lord, 12d. Witnesses:—Richard de Doddebroc, Robert le Pestur (pistore) and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. walteri. berma'.
[Essex.]A. 11910. Duplicate of A. 11909.
[Essex.]A. 11911. Grant in free alms by Robert le Pestur (pistor), of Borham, son of Godfrey de Doddebrok, to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of a croft in the town of Borham, between land of Richard de Doddebrok, the road beside the gate of the canons' court, &c. Witnesses:—Ranulf de Braham, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. roberti. pistoris.
[Essex.]A. 11912. Duplicate of A. 11907.
[Essex.]A. 11913. Release by Ralph Bubbe, son of Nicholas, and Denise, his wife, to the abbot of Waltham Holy Cross, and the convent of the same, of their right by reason of her dower in 4a. land in the town of Borham, which Walter Beriman, formerly her husband, held of the tenement formerly Gilbert le Hunt's there, and which 4a. the said Walter gave to the said abbot and convent in free alms; consideration, 9s. beforehand. Seals, with legends, (1) s. radvlphi. fil. nicolai.; (2) s. dionis[ie]. fil. ricardi.
[Essex.]A. 11914. Confirmation by Richard de Dedesbrok of Borham of the gift which Robert, his brother, made (A. 11919) to the church and canons of the Holy Cross of Waltham, of 2a. land which Robert held of him in the parish of Borham; rent, 8d. Witnesses:—Hervey Ridel, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. ricardi. de. dodeb . . .
[Essex.]A. 11915. Grant in free alms by John Rumbaud to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Wautham, and the canons regular there, of 6a. arable, viz. 3a. between the canons' land and Ralph Peper's land, &c., 2a. called 'Litlemad' between land of Adam de Springefeud, and land of Ralph le Hyerde, and 1a. next 'Longedol' and 'Sapfeld.' Witnesses:— Sir Nicholas de Barinton and Robert de Borham, knights, and others (named). At the foot: In villa de Sprinkefeld. Seal, with legend, s. iohann's rv'bavd.
Endorsed: . . . in villa de Springefeld.
[Essex.]A. 11916. Feoffment by Robert son of Walter de Sprigefeld to Hervey Ridel, for his homage and service, of a croft of land in the parish of Springefeld, called 'Standune,' and of 6a. in 'Lee' field, next land of the fee of the Holy Cross of Waltham, abutting on 'Standune' and Richard de Dodebroc's meadow, and of all the meadow called 'Holemand,' which lies in 'Lee' field next land of Robert Smith (fabri) of Melebroc, in the parish of Springefeld; rent, ½d. at Christmas, and ½d. to a scutage of 20s.; consideration, 5 marks in gersum. Seal, with legend, s. roberti. fil. walteri. de. spenl'.
[Essex.]A. 11917. Grant in free alms by Sawalus son of Walter (sic) de Springefeld to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham and the canons regular there, of 4a. arable in 'Lehe' field in the town of Springefeld, between land of John Rumbaud and land of the canons; rent, 1d.; also release to them of all lands and 2s. rent and whatever he would claim from Hervey Rydel, in homages, reliefs, suits of court, &c., for tenements which Hervey formerly held of him in the town of Springefeld. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Borham, knight, William de Blaveni and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. sawalli. fil. roberti.
[Essex.]A. 11918. Grant in free alms by Richard de Doddebroc to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham and the canons regular there of 6d. rent which Hervey Ridel owed him for 3a. land in the town of Borham of the fee of Bologne (Bononia) with the homage of Hervey and his heirs, &c., and with the scutage due to him and his heirs, viz. 1d. to a scutage of 40s. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Borham, Ralph de Besevile, Nicholas de Barenton and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. ricardi. de. dodebroc.
[Essex.]A. 11919. Grant in free alms by Robert son of Godfrey de Doddesbrok to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of 2a. land in the parish of Borham, between lands of Hervey Ridel in 'Le' field; rent, to his brother Richard, 8d. and 1d. only to a scutage. Seal, with legend, s. roberti. pistor.
[Essex.]A. 11920. Feoffment by Alice daughter of Simon Frithesent to Hervey Ridel of a croft of land in the fee of Badewe, between land of William Wigani and the fee of the Holy Cross of Watham, in the parish of Borham; rent, 16d.; consideration, 2 marks in gersum. Seal (a swan with wings expanded), with legend, s. alicie. fil. simon. frethesa't.
[Essex.]A. 11921. Grant in free alms by Godfrey Pese to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham and the canons regular there, of all the wood he had in the wood of 'Middelhey' in the parish of Springefeld between the canons' wood and wood of Dame Cecily de Saumford, abutting on land of Ralph de Besevill and William de Gweres; rent, 1d. Witnesses: —Sir Robert de Borham, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. godfrid. de. savnford.
[Norf.]A. 11922. Release by John de Plumstede, vicar of Ormesby, to Robert de Corpusty, burgess of Yarmouth, and Julian, his wife, and Robert's heirs and assigns, of his right in a messuage with buildings thereon which he acquired from Agnes Hervy in Ormesby, in the parish of St. Margaret, between the messuages late of John de Fileby and of Elyas, vicar of Ormesby, abutting on Ormesby Common, &c. Sunday after St. Edmund, the King and Martyr, 4 Edward II. Witnesses:—Sir William de Ormesby, Sir Bartholomew de Somerton, Sir John de Ormesby, knights, Roger de Ormesby, William Snekke, and others (named). Seal, with legend, sigillvm. iohis. de. plv'sted. Cf. A. 11924.
[Norf.]A. 11923. Feoffment by Robert de Corpusty, and Margaret, his wife, to William Sneck, of Ormesby, of a messuage there, bounded as above; consideration, 20 marks. Witnesses:—Sir John de Ormesby, knight, Roger de Ormesby, and others (named). Thursday after Whitsun, 9 Edward II.
[Norf.]A. 11924. Feoffment by John de Plumstede, vicar of Ormesby, to Robert de Corpusty and Julian, daughter of Henry Rose, and his heirs and assigns, of a messuage in the parish of St. Margaret of Ormesby, as in A. 11922. Witnesses:—Sir William de Ormesby, Sir Bartholomew de Somerton, knights, Roger de Ormesby, William Cler', William Snekke and others (named). No date. Seal, as above.
[Essex.]A. 11925. Release by John son of Nicholas le Youngge, of Borham, to John son of Philip le Taillour, of the same, of his right in 1a. land there, in 'Wymmellefeld,' for which he impleaded the said John son of Philip before the justices of the bench at Westminster, 3 Edward II. Witnesses:—Sir John de Borham, and others (named). London, in a month of Easter (die Dominica in mense Pasch), 3 Edward II. Seal.
[Essex.]A. 11926. Counterpart of demise in fee farm by Edmund Dodebrok of Borham to John Reue, of the same, of a house there between land of John atte Re, &c. abutting on the load from Chelmersforde to Wytham; rent, 2d. Sunday after St. Katharine, the Virgin, 1 Richard II. Seal.
[Essex.]A. 11927. Indenture being the defeasance of a grant by Edmund Dodebrok of Borham to Thomas Redhod of 10s. rent charged on the land, &c. there formerly John Dodebrok's, to wit, if Redhod has quiet possession of a messuage called 'Purtestenement,' with a garden and 2a. land there, the grant to be void. Monday before Midsummer, 2 Richard II. Seal, with legend, s. matild'. past'.
[Essex.]A. 11928. Indenture being a grant in free marriage by John Dodebrok, of Borham, and Etheldreda, his wife, to William son of Ralph Jurdan, of Great Waltham, and to Margaret, his wife, their daughter, of all their land &c. in Little Waltham and Great Legyhes, except 6d. rent from William son of Robert le Webbe; rent, ½lb. of cummin on the feast of St. John the Baptist. Witnesses:—Walter Maundevile and others (named). Little Waltham, Sunday the feast of St. Dunstan, the Archbishop, 5 Edward III. Seals.
[Essex.]A. 11929. Release by Helyas de Stanstrate, and Roysea, his wife, to Roger Beryman, of 8d. rent which he was accustomed to pay for a tenement which Richard Beriman, his brother holds, in Borham. Seals, with legends, (1) s. helie. de. sta'strate.; (2) s. roesie. [fil,.] roberti.
[Essex.]A. 11930. Feoffment by Katharine de Monasterio, late the wife of Richard de Meleford, widow, to Robert le Pestur (pistori), for his homage and service, and for 20d. in gersum, of 2d. rent which he used to pay her for 1a. in 'la Dune' field, &c.; rent, a clove at Michaelmas, and ½d. to a scutage (schutag'). Seal, with legend, sigill. caterine. fil . . . . . .
[Essex.]A. 11931. Feoffment by Maud (Matildis) de Doddebroc, widow, to Robert son of Godfrey de Doddebroc, of 3a. land which he held of Robert, her late husband, and herself in the town of Borham, viz. 2a. in the great field and 1a. in Holecroft field, &c.; rent, 12d.; consideration, 18s. in gersum. Witnesses:—Hervey Ridel, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. matilde. de. dodebroc.
[Essex.]A. 11932. Chirograph indented, being the memorandum of an agreement made Tuesday after St. Nicholas, 45 Henry III, between Ranulph le Cormonger (Blatar') and Robert son of Robert le Pestur (pistor'), to wit Ranulph has granted and demised to Robert, his heirs and assigns, all that his half tenement in the town of Little Waltham, which he had by the gift of Simon atte Lane (de venela) by charter of infeudation, on condition that the said Robert, his heirs and assigns shall find half the keep of the said Simon for life (custodient . . . . . . . per totum dimidium tempus vite sue), &c. and shall find him for life (quo adviverit) 6s. 8d. yearly for clothing, &c. and shall find the said Simon, or his executors, at his death, half the salary of a priest for his soul and of the late Agnes, his wife, for five years (anum dimidium annuale unius sacerdotis . . . . . . infra quinque annos proximos sequentes), or 2½ marks, &c. Witnesses:—Richard de Dodebroc, Robert le Pestur (pistore), Richard and John de Maundevile, and others (named). Seal broken, with legend, s. rand. merc[ator]is.
[Essex.]A. 11933. Feoffment by Robert de Dodebroc, and Maud, his wife, to Robert son of Godfrey de Dodebroc, of ½a. land in 'Holecroft' field, &c.; rent to them, and her heirs, 4d. and scutage on ½a.; consideration, 10s. Witnesses:—Hervey Ridel and others (named). Seal, with legend, sigil. matill. de. dodebrooc.
[Essex.]A. 11934. Feoffment by William del Broc to Robert le Pestur (pistori), of Borham, for his homage and service, of a croft held by him of the prioress and nuns of Heigham, to wit which William Caps held of him, before the gate (portam) of Durant Stiward in the parish of Borham; rent, 2s. and ½d. to a scutage; consideration, 12s. and to Julian, his wife, 6d., and to John, his son, 6d. Witnesses:—Hervey Ridel and others (named). Seal, with legend, sillvm. wllelmvls. de. br.
[Essex.]A. 11935. Grant in free alms by Joan, late the wife of Simon Osemund, widow, to God and the church of the Holy Cross of Waltham, and the canons regular there, of 4d. rent, which Sir Richard de Colewrthe owed her for a tenement which he held of her in the town of Little Waltham. Seal, with legend, s. ioha. osmvnd.
[Essex.]A. 11936. Feoffment by Robert de Borham to Robert le Pestur (pistori), for his homage and service, of the land which Walter 'delalane' held in the town of Borham, &c. except religion and the Jewry; rent, 2s. and 2d. to a scutage; consideration, 28s. in gersum. Witnesses:—Hervey Ridel and others (named). Seal (a boar), with legend, sigill. roberti. de. borham.
Endorsed: . . . . Walterus ate lane . . .
[Essex.]A. 11937. Feoffment by Robert son of John de Borham to Robert le Pestur (pistori), of Borham, for his homage and service, of the messuage which Walter Miller (molend') held of his fee in the parish of Little Badewe; rent, 8d. and ¼d. to a scutage; consideration, 2s. in gersum. Witnesses:— Hervey Ridel, and others (named). Seal, as to A. 11936.
London.A. 11938. Feoffment by John Apseley, esquire, to Robert Hardyng, citizen and alderman of London, John Hardyng, and Geoffrey Gough, of London, goldsmith, to the use of the said Geoffrey, of a tenement, or messuage, with buildings, in the parish of St. Mary of Colchirch, London, between the tenement belonging to the fraternity of Corpus Christi in the Poultry (pulletria), London, on the east, the tenement late of Richard Charleton, knight, on the south, the tenement belonging to the art or mistery of Tailors, London, on the west, and the street on the north. William Horne, knight, being mayor, John Fenkell, knight, and William Remyngton, sheriffs of London, Edmund Shaa, knight, alderman of the ward. Witnesses. London, 3 December, 3 Henry VII. Seal.
[London.]A. 11939. Release by Alexander son of Alexander le Ferun to John le Ferun, his brother, of his right in ½ mark quit rent in Candelwithtestrate, and in a shop (schopa) with two sollars (soliis) in the parish of St. Mary of Colecherche, which he had by the testament of the said Alexander, his father; consideration, 10l. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de St. Albans (sancto Albano), 'ferun', John de Euer', 'ferun', Walter son of Alexander le ferun, Ralph his brother the parson, Henry de Euere, 'ferun,' Andrew de Nastok, 'ferun', Adam de St. Albans (sancto Albano), 'ferun.' Seal (an escallop), with legend, s. alexandri. filii. alexandri.
London.A. 11940. Feoffment by John de Rippelawe, citizen and ironmonger (feronus), of London, to Robert de Farenberwe, citizen and spurrier (sporario) of the same city, of a shop with a sollar (solario) in the parish of St. Mary of Colchirche, London, which he had by the gift and feoffment of Henry de Euere, late citizen of London, built between the shop of Elyas de Mimmes, son of the late John de Mimmes, on the east, and the shop of the late Andrew le Bret, on the west, the street on the north, and the tenement late Reginald le Hauberger's, on the south; rent, to the nuns of Clerkenwelle, 1 mark, and to him and his heirs a clove at Christmas; witnesses, John le Blound, mayor of London and alderman of that ward; John de Lincoln, Roger de Paris, sheriffs, Salemann le Coteler, and others (named). London, Wednesday after the Ascension, 33 Edward I. Seal.
Endorsed: La chartre Johan de Tripelawe fete a Roberd de Farnberghe.
London.A. 11941. Release by Anthony son of the late Henry de Eure to Robert de Farnbergh, citizen and smith (fabro) of the city of London, of his right in a shop formerly his said father's in the parish of St. Mary of Colcherche, London, between the shops of Walter de Bardeneye on the east and west, the tenement of Richer de Resham (sic) on the south and the street of the Poultry (Puletrie), London, on the north. Witnesses:—John Gisors, mayor, Stephen de Abyndon and Hamo de Chigewelle, sheriffs of London, and others (named). Sunday, the feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul, 8 Edward II. Seal.
London.A. 11942. Feoffment by Thomas Gardiner and Richard Brunham, chaplains, to John Salle, 'coteler,' citizen of London, of a tenement with buildings, which they had by his gift and feoffment in the parish of St. Mary of Colchirche beside the Conduit, London; between the tenement of Simon Wynchecombe, on the west, the tenement belonging (spectans) to the church of St. Mildred in the Poultry (Pulletria), London, on the east, the street on the north, and the tenement of Adam Fraunceys, knight, on the south; John Hadlee being mayor, Richard Whityngton and Drew Barantyn, sheriffs of London, William Staundon, alderman of the ward. Witnesses. 24 January, 17 Richard II. Seals, one of arms.
London.A. 11943. Feoffment by Henry de Euere, late ironmonger (nuper ferrar') of London, to John de Riplawe, ironmonger (ferrar') of London, of a shop, with a sollar (solar'), in the parish of St. Mary of Colcherche, between the shop of John son of Thomas de Mimmes on the east, the shop of Andrew le Breit, on the west, the street on the north, and the tenement formerly of Reginald le Hauberger on the south; rent to him, a clove at Christmas, and to the nuns of Clerkenewell, 1 mark; consideration, 10l. beforehand; for John's greater security he has made him another charter thereof (. . . unam aliam cartam in parte ab ista variatam . . .), &c. Witnesses:—Gregory de Rokesle, mayor, John Horn and Ralph le Blund, sheriffs of London, Salomon le Cuteler, William Salamon, John Gouel, serjeant of the ward, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. henrici. l'. hever.
London.A. 11944. Feoffment by John Salle, 'coteler,' citizen of London, to Thomas Gardiner and Richard Brunham, chaplains, of a tenement, with buildings, which he and Margaret, late his wife, jointly had by the gift and feoffment of Thomas de Farneburgh, citizen of London, in the parish of St. Mary of Colcherche beside the conduit of London; situate between the tenement of Simon Wynchecombe, on the west, &c. as in A. 11942. Adam Bamme being mayor, Thomas Vynent and John Fraunceys, sheriffs of London. Witnesses. 22 January, 14 Richard II. Seal.
London.A. 11945. Feoffment by Thomas de Farneburgh, citizen of London, to John Salle, 'coteller,' citizen of the said city, and Margaret, his wife, of a tenement with buildings, which came to him by inheritance on the death of Alice, mother of Salamon de Farneburgh, his father, in the parish of St. Mary of Colcherche beside the conduit, London; situate between the tenement called 'la Horsheved on the Hope,' in the tenure of the said John and Margaret, on the west, the tenement held by Thomas Deynes for life, on the east, the street on the north, and 'la Horsheved' on the south. Nicholas Brembre being mayor, Nicholas de Twyforde and Andrew Pykeman, sheriffs of London, William de Knyghtcote, alderman of the ward. Witnesses. London, 28 May, 1 Richard II. Seal, with legend, s. will' . . . . . stl'.
London.A. 11946. Feoffment by John Salle, citizen and 'coteler' of London, to John Fraunkeleyn, citizen and draper of the same city, and Cecilia, John's wife, of his tenement in the parish of St. Mary of Colchirche, London, situate between the entrance of the tenement of Adam Fraunceys, knight, called 'le Horsheved on the Hoop' on the west, the tenement belonging to the church of St. Mildred in the Poultry (Pulletria), London, on the east, the street on the north, and 'le Hors Heved' on the south. John Hadle being mayor, Richard Whityngton and Drew Barentyn, sheriffs of London, William Staundon, alderman of the ward. Witnesses. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, the Apostle, 17 Richard II. Seal of arms.
Memorandum endorsed of enrolment in the Husting of London of common pleas Monday after St. Agatha, the Virgin, 17 Richard II.
London.A. 11947. Feoffment by Robert Colyer, citizen and mercer of London, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Alexander Plymley, citizen and mercer of London, and Agnes, his wife, and Alexander's heirs, of the moiety of a tenement or messuage, with buildings, late belonging to Robert Hardyng, late citizen and alderman of London, in the parish of St. Mary of Colchirche, London, bounded as in A. 11938. 14 April, 11 Henry VIII. Signed 'per me Robert Colyer mercer.' Seals.
Memorandum at foot, that 20 April, 11 Henry VIII, the said Robert acknowledged the same as his deed before Richard Broke, recorder, and John Brugge, alderman of London.
Memorandum endorsed of enrolment in the Husting of common pleas Monday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 12 Henry VIII.
[Middx.]A. 11948. Release by Julian, late the wife of Robert Porter, of Herfeld, widow, to Richard de Fylongley, and Margery, hie wife, of her right in a toft, garden, and four crofts, two groves of wood with commons, &c. late Walter Brydd's, which they had by the gift and feoffment of her said late husband, in Herfeld. 1 February, 14 Richard II. Seal.
Middx.A. 11949. Feoffment by Robert Porter, of Herefeld, co. Middlesex, and Julian, his wife, to Richard de Fylongley, esquire, and Margery, his wife, of a toft, garden, and four crofts, two groves of wood with commons, &c. in Herefeld, formerly Walter Brid's, between land of Ferand Odyham, Roger Aleyn and Richard Turnour, extending towards the highway from Woxbrugge to Rykmeresworth. Witnesses:—William Swanland, lord of Herefeld, Thomas Brakenborgh, and others (named). Friday before the Purification, 7 Richard II. Seals.
[Kent.]A. 11950. Counterpart of demise by Julian de Hastynges, countess of Huntyngdon, and lady de Leybourne, to William Asston, her groom, for life, for service rendered, of a messuage, with buildings, in Esshettesforde, which came to her as an escheat on the death of John de Middilbroke; rent, 2s. Preston, 22 February, 80 Edward III. Witnesses:—Sir Simon de Geynesb', Sir Thomas de Wotton, and others (named). Seal, a gem.
[Kent.]A. 11951. Release by John Pecus, perpetual vicar of the church of Preston beside Wyngham, and Martin son of Thomas de Alkham, to John de Preston, of their right in land, &c. which they acquired from him in Preston. Monday before Midsummer, 9 Edward III. Seals.
[Kent.]A. 11952. Feoffment by Thomas Fokes, of the parish of Preston beside Wyngham, and Nicholas Scarp, to John Preston, of the same parish, of a piece of arable in the same' parish in 'Atteneves' field, between his land, lands of John Bussch, Thomas Shochard and Maud Attenelme, abutting on the demesne land called 'Levedydoune,' with a pasture called 'Auerbrok,' to the said land belonging, between the marsh of Bartholomew Stake on the south, and the marsh of William Brithred on the north. Monday before Midsummer, 9 Edward III. Witnesses:—John Cromphorn, John Etard, and others (named). Seal.
[Kent.]A. 11953. Feoffment by John son of Robert de Dorneye to Stephen Robylard, his brother, of 1r. land in the parish of Prestone beside Wyngeham, in a place called 'ate Mellehegge,' next land of Nicholas Potyer, &c. abutting on the path to 'Frethericheswelle,' &c.; consideration, ½ mark in gersum. May, 2 Edward II. Seal, with legend, s. ioh'nis. robilard.
[Kent.]A. 11954. Indenture of demise made at Preston, Sunday, the morrow of Michaelmas, 26 Edward III, by Sir William de Clynton, earl of Huntyngdon, to William Bakere, of Hothfelde, of the manor of Cologhbrugge, for ten years, with a bull and forty cows as in schedule annexed, at 20l. rent payable at his manor of Preston. The schedule, indented, of even date, witnesses that John Colure, by the earl's assignment, delivered to William Bakere a bull, price 10s., and 34 cows, price 10s. each, which the said earl had by the gift of Sir Henry, rector of Asshatesford, and which were appraised by the tenants of the manor.
Memorandum endorsed on schedule that the payment of rent at Colubregg yearly is 31s. 5d. viz. at the court of Cherrynge at St. Thomas Apostle and Christmas, 2s. 10d.; at Mid Lent and Easter, 4s. 3½d.; at Midsummer and Lammas (St. Peter's Chains) 20½d; at Michaelmas 3s. 7½d.; also by John de Brokkescombe for land 'ate Lee,' 9d.; at the court of Buggelee, 12s. 7½d.; at the court of Chileham, 2s. 2d.; at the court of Childeston, 3s. 5d. Also memorandum, endorsed on indenture, of rent of assise. Seal of arms (Clinton).
[Kent.]A. 11955. Feoffment by Thomas Scochard to John de Prestone of a third part of a drove (drove) leading from 'Houndepette' to Preston mill; consideration, 8s. in gersum. March, 9 Edward III. Seal.
London.A. 11956. Release by William le Corners (conversus), of London, to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity London, of a corrody which they were bound to find him by provision of H. late bishop of London, by apostolic mandate, to wit of Pope Gregory X, with oath not to sue them in any ecclesiastical or civil court, and with surrender to the prior's hands of all instruments he had from the said pope, bishop or the bishop's official; saving that the prior and his successors, when thereto required by Henry and Ralph, his sons, for maintaining their estate, shall produce the papal letter. Certified under the seal of the archdeacon of London. London, Saturday after St. Gregory, the Pope, 1278. One seal (a pelican in her piety) broken, with legend, [s]. will'. le. [co]nver[s].
[N'hamp.]A. 11957. Feoffment by Richard Rewt, and Maud, his wife, daughter of the late Simon Smith (fabri), of Welton, to John 'atto Welle,' chaplain, their son, of a messuage, with a garden, and 4½a. arable, in Welton, which they had by the gift and feoffment of Richard Smyt, rector of the church of Little Billing, &c. Witnesses:—John Malore, and others (named). Welton, Saturday the feast of St. Luke, the Evangelist, 6 Richard II. Seals.
[Camb.]A. 11958. Feoffment by Walter le Neue, of Wilburham, to Walter son of Philip, of Wilburham, for his homage and service, and for 6 marks in gersum, of 6a. land there, to wit in 'Dedechirlesfeld,' 'Middelfeld,' 'Kaumbesfeld,' 'Windmullefeld,' abutting on Bodekesham field, land of William Talemasch, &c, to hold, &c, religion excepted (excepto loco religionis); rent, 12d. &c, saving the foreign service belonging to a croft and a half. Witnesses:—Sir William Talemasch, and others (named). Fragment of equestrian seal.
[Warw.]A. 11959. Feoffment by William son of Godric Miller (molandinarii) to William de Franketona, to hold of him and his heirs in fee and heredity, of his land in the market, between the land which Robert de Felgeris held and the shops (soppas) which William Midnit held; rent, 6d.; consideration, 33s. Witnesses:—Gerard Vineter, Gerard his son, Richard de Aula, Matthew son of Roger, William son of Humphrey, and John and William, his sons, William de Brinkel', William and John, his sons, Vincent, Peter de Kent, Stephen son of Herebert, Leuewinus and Herebert and Hamo, brethren, Richard de Warewic', Henry son of Edred, William Midnit. Seal (an eagle displayed), with legend, sigillvm. willi. filii. godrici. mvner.
Endorsed: De domo Joh'is Tove.
[Dorset.] Berks.A. 11960. Counterpart of an agreement made the feast of the Apostles Philip and James, 1273, between Adam de Stratton and Sir James, son and heir of Ralph Russel, whereby the said Adam grants to the said James and his heirs all his lands and tenements in Wynterburn, Bochamp- ton, and Swanewych, with the advowson of the church of Wynterburn, &c. at a rent, to the said Adam and his heirs, of 10 marks within the quinzaine of St. Michael, payable in the house of the said Adam at London, in the parish of St. Sepulchre without Neugate; for this James gave Adam all his lands and tenements in Upton, co. Berks, in exchange; James charges all his lands with the payment of the said rent. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh Poynz, Sir Ingram le Waleys, Sir John de Whytefeud, Sir Henry de Cokinton, knights, Geoffrey de Anne, John Skybard, Ralph Russel, John le Fleming. Done at London, the said day and year. Seal, broken (a fox biting the neck of a bird perched on his back), with legend, s. iacobi. rvssel.
[Camb.]A. 11961. Feoffment by William son of Hugh, to William son of Eylof, clerk (clerico), for his homage and service, and for 10s. beforehand in gersum of a messuage in Saham, to wit that which Richard son of Ralph formerly held of the church, lying in 'Malewecroft,' between land of Geoffrey Waleis and Adam Godrich, &c.; rent, 4d. on the feast of St. Andrew, the Apostle, and some gloves at Easter; if William die without an heir, or give it up (aliquo mode se deposuerit), John, William's brother, and his heirs, shall have it. Witnesses, Ralph son of Sir Warin, knight (militis), John de Ravelingham, and others (named). Seal, with legend, sigill'. will'. fil'. hvgon'.
Wales, &c.A. 11962. Feoffment by Roger Bavent, knight, to King Edward, of the manors of Molteston in Evyas and Colewineston, in Wales; the manors of Norton, Billeye, Withyhill, Emwell, Fifhyde and Trowe, cos. Wilts and Dorset; his lordship, and lands and tenements in Puttefold and Hacchesham, co. Surrey; the manors of Shibburn and Hallyng, co. Kent; 40l. rent from the manor of Braundeston, co. Suffolk; and the manors of Wistneston, Iryngham, Asshehurst and Heen, co. Sussex; with knights' fees, advowsons, &c.; also grant to the king of the reversion of the manor of Coumbes, co. Suffolk, which Robert Hovel held for life of his inheritance; also grant to the king of all other his lands, &c. in England and Wales, the manors of Chiltyngton and Sloghtre, co. Sussex, excepted. Witnesses:— John, archbishop of Canterbury, primate of England, Ralph, bishop of Bath and Wells, Ralph, bishop of London, William de Bohoun, earl of Norhampton, Thomas de Beauchamp (Bello Campo), earl of Warwick, Reginald de Cobham, Thomas de Brewes, Michael de Ponynges, John de Bray. London, 1 July, 1344, 18 Edward [III]. Seal of arms (a chief, indented), with legend, sigil[lvm]. rogeri. [ba]vent.
[Linc.]A. 11963. Feoffment by Nicholas son of John le Carter, of Lincoln, to Robert Har', of Lincoln, of ½a. arable in the west field of Canewyk, abutting on Bracebrigg field, &c. Witnesses:—Hugh Thyler, mayor, John de Mumby and William Humberston, bailiffs, of the city of Lincoln, and others (named). Wednesday after the first Sunday of Easter, 1327, 1 Edward III. Seal.
[Camb.]A. 11964. Feoffment by William de Reimes to Alice de Thachstede, for her homage and service of the whole messuage formerly of Tolus of Fordham in Saham and Fordham; rent, a pair of gloves, price ½d. Witnesses:—Adam de Chipeham, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s . . . will'i. de. reyme. .
[Warw.]A. 11965. Indenture of demise made at Bobenhulle, 18 April, 10 Richard II, by William Craule, prebendary of the church of Bobenhulle in the cathedral church of Lichfield, to John de Catesby, of all the tithes, &c. to the said rectory belonging within the parish of the town of Bobenhulle, except that William Pavy may have all the arable and meadow till Michaelmas; to hold the site and close of the rectory, with all tithes, greater and lesser, for one year from the day of date, and the said arable and meadow from Michaelmas for a year; paying no rent; the prebendary to pay all charges on the church and arrears due to the king, the church of Lichfield, &c. Ecclesiastical seal, with legend, s. willellmi. de. cravle.
[Wilts.]A. 11966. Release by Peter de AViltun, with the assent and at the request of Alice daughter of Robert Caperun, his wife, to Thomas Butler (pincerne) of all the right and all the land of her inheritance in Cumptun, and elsewhere; rent, to the chief lords of the fees the services due and accustomed, and to him and his heirs 1d. within the quinzaine of Easter; consideration, 50s. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Haversham, and others (named). Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]A. 11967. Grant by Gervase de Corhell' to God and Christ Church, London, and the canons there, of all his land of Berchendena, which he held of Hubert the Chamberlain (Cam') and his son Richard of the fee of earl Eustace, as fully and entirely as he held it for a day and a night; this he did by the advice and consent of his wife, his heirs and his friends for love of God, &c; for this prior Ralph and the canons gave him 80 marks. Witnesses:—Richard de Anesti, Alan, the knight, Robert, the clerk, his brother, Alan, brother of Gervase and William de Blemund, John son of Ralph, Ralph, his son, Robert 'bello,' Robert de Corhell, David, his brother, William, the alderman, Vitalis, the clerk, Jordan son of Algod, William Facetus, Seno, the priest (Senone pr'b'o), William and Robert and Edward, servants of the church.
Endorsed:—Carta Gervasii de Cornilla de Bercedena; Berkedena.
[Essex.]A. 11968. Certificate by the dean of Aungre, that he has executed the mandate, dated London, St. Peter's Chair, 1288, of the Official of London, ordering him to cite William son of Eichard of Rothyng Beauchamp to appear before the Official or his commissary, in the church of St. Paul, London, at the second session (secundo die juridico) after the feast of St. Gregory the Pope, to answer the breach of his oath (juramenti sui transgressione) and other matters objected against him. Aungre, Kal. March, in the said year.
Kent.A. 11969. William de Insula to all men of Kent, French and English and in particular (nominatim) to the men of Beccaham, greeting. Know that I have granted to Christ Church, London, and the canons there, the land of Beccaham, which was Reginald Gahit's, which he held by service of a half knight, and which Picot Empasterat gave to the same church, William, Reginald's heir, agreeing; to hold of me and my heirs as freely as Picot held the same, and this by service of a half knight. Witnesses:— Cecily, his wife, Rodbert, his son, Geoffrey, the chaplain, William of Lincoln.
Endorsed:—. . . . Becheham. . . . Becham.
[Essex.] [Herts.] [Kent.] [London.] [Middx.]A. 11970. Confirmation by T. archbishop of Canterbury, primate of the English, and legate, to Ralph, the prior and the canons regular, of Holy Trinity, London, of their possessions, to wit, of the gift of King Stephen, cs. land in Bracchinges; 6l. land there, in that portion of the manor in which the church and market are, in exchange for their mill and the land on which the queen built the hospital beside the Tower of London; and other lands which they have in the same manor by the gift of Hubert the chamberlain; in Theia, by the gift of the same Hubert, 20s.; by the gift of Richard de Luci, 20s. yearly in Niwetona; by the gift of William de Ipra, 100s. yearly from Edredeshyda; by the gift of the king of the Scots, the church of Toteham.
Endorsed:—Theobaldus archiepiscopus de ecclesia de Totham et terris de Bracc' et de Teia et 20s. de Niwetona et de 100s. de Edredesheda. Prima archiepiscoporum de pluribus; also Toteham.
[Herts.]A. 11971. Grant by Richard de Walyngforde, of St. Albans, to William Condut, of the same, being under age and in his wardship, of the disposal and benefit of his own marriage. 17 July, 49 Edward III. French. Seal broken.
Wilts.A. 11972. Grant in pure alms by William Quintin to God and St. Mary of Stanley in Wiltshire (Stanl'g' in Wiltesir'), and the monks there, of the land on which the wall is set up between their grange in Ricardestun, and his land which Robert and Walter atte Water (ad aquam) held of him, with quittance from 'shyrif,' hundreds, suits of court, &c. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 11973. Release by Lecia Abbe, late the wife of William Cooc of Stavertone, to William Shephirde of Welton, and Thomas Teuerey of Horpol, and Robert Basset of Horpol, of her right in land, &c. in Welton, which were formerly of Agnes, daughter and heir of John Abbe, of Welton, or of the said John. Witnesses:—John Mallore, knight, and others (named). Sunday after the Conception, 43 Edward III. Seal.
[Linc.]A. 11974. Feoffment by Thomas son of Nigel de Pincebec to William de Rupe of 16 falls of land in Freston field, between land which was of Dame Parnel de Creun, &c.; rent, a pair of white gloves on St. Botolph's day. Witnesses:—Sir John de Edlingt', Alan de Butterwic, and others (named). Seal of arms (three crescents).
[Cornw.]A. 11975. Release by George, archbishop of York, primate of England and Papal Legate, Henry Webber, dean of Exeter, Master John Burgh, clerk, Robert Ingleton, and Richard Lanargh, to William Reskymer, son and heir of Ralph Reskymer, esquire, of their right in the manors, lands, &c. in Trevarthian, Trelowith Heyll, Reskymer Cutter, Reskymer Manek, Wynyanton, Merthyn, Roscorwyll, Carveynek, Stykker, Trethevys, Lucias, Rosuwyk, Trefoward, Grantpont, Helston, Bosforwan and Tregenebrys, which they had by the gift and feoffment of the said Ralph Reskymer, esquire. Witnesses:—John Arundell, Hugh Courtenay, John Colshull, knights, John Cheyny, and Robert Burton, esquires. Dated, Westminster,10 July, 5 Edward IV. Seals.
[Warw.]A. 11976. Feoffment by Thomas Barse, vicar of Kynnesbury, to William Tomesone and Maud his wife, of the reversion of nine selions (sellion') and one headland (forr') in the fee of Kynnesbury, at Clyve, lying in Dawfeld, between 'Schertcroft' and land of William Boule, and extending from 'Gamulcroft' to 'Dawforlonge.' Witnesses:—John de la Bache, Henry de Whateley, and others (named). Monday after St. George, 17 Richard II. Seal.
[Chester.]A. 11977. Feoffment by Bernard le Waleys (Bernardus Walencius) of Tranemul, to William de Prenton of a moiety of all the land which Philip de Tranemul formerly held of his demesne, with the whole messuage and garden and with the whole toft and croft to the same messuage belonging, and a fishery in Merse, with a decoy (uno volet') in the wood of Tranemul to the said land belonging, and a fishery which William son of Nel formerly held, and two parts of the site (loci) of a fishery between the fishery of Ronul' de Prenton and the sea, &c.; rent, 1d. at Michaelmas for all service; also grant to him of 'housbold' and 'eybold,' and necessaries for building his fisheries (ad piscaria sua edificanda) from the wood of Tranemul, and wood for his fire within Tranemul, without the inspection (risu) of lord or forester; also grant of mast (pessonam) in the same wood for twenty-six pigs without pannage, wherever they may be fed; also grant that whoever holds that land shall be quit of his court. Witnesses, Robert de Pulle, Philip Benvile, Henry de Bechintun, William de Hotun, Hugh de Raby, and others (named). Seal.
[Cornw.]A. 11978. Grant by Ralph Caernyk, rector of the church of St. Erme (sancti Ermet') to John de Trevarthian of licence to erect a weir for all the water which runs in his moor of Trevanaek, and in his moor of Halemol, and to make the connexions (attachiamentum) of the same weir in the said moors; also to lead the said water over the said moors to his own land, &c. Witnesses, Guy Cras, William de Gorlyn, Gilbert Tregilliaw, Richard Carkerion, Oger Trethiles. Trevanaek, Thursday before the feast of St. Augustin, 35 Edward III. Seal, apparently of arms.
Endorsed: Aqua de Trevanek ad Trevarthyan.
[Wilts.]A. 11979. Grant in pure alms by Edward Swayn, of Lacok, to God and Dame Joan de Mounfort, abbess of Lacok, and the nuns there, of 1a. arable in Sothebury, which Richard Swayn, his father, had by the gift of Richard le Blount of Nattone, between land of Joan de Wyke on either side. Witnesses:—Peter de la Heose, Richard Crok, William Persehay and others (named). Seal, with legend, [s]. edwardi. swain.
WarwA. 11980. Feoffment by Walter le Hunte, of Coventre, to John son of William de Catesby, of 9a. arable and 2a. meadow, in the town and fields of Priours Herdewyk. Sunday before the Purification, 49 Edward III. Seal.
A. 11981. Counterpart of . . . . . ., under their common seal, by . . . . to Simon and Cristina . . . . . in consideration of 10s. beforehand in gersum of . . . . Witnesses:—William de Betoyne, William de Bumstede, William le Plomer, Warin Ode, Richard de Souttone, Nicholas Ode, William de Cakeport, Alexander, the clerk, Walter de Leytone, clerk. One seal, perishing, with legend, . . . . stiane. vx. simo. . . A fragment.
[Warw]A. 11982. Release by Joan, late the wife of Richard Andreu, of Magna Derset, widow, to John son of Ralph styled Chapman (dicti mercatoris) of the same, of her right in a messuage in Suthend in Magna Derset, and 1a. arable in the fields of Suthend and Herdewyk in the same Derset, which she and her said husband had by the said John's demise for the term of their lives. Sunday before St. Mark, the Evangelist, 16 Edward II. Seal.
Endorsed: Antiqua instrumenta que fuerunt Alicie Raulyn.
[Warw.]A. 11983. Feoffment by Richard . . . . of Bromwych, to Sir Peter de Monteforti, lord of Beaudesert, of a field of his land in Castel Bromwych, called 'Luttelfeld atte Wode' between 'Merelesmor' and land of John Montfort of Bromwych, land formerly John de Weston's and the highway to Colleshull, &c. Monday after St. Bartholomew, the Apostle, 34 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp.]A. 11984. Feoffment by Ralph Lovel, of Weleton, to William Ketelberne of Weleton, for his homage and service, and for 1 mark before- hand, of 1r. meadow in 'Smethemede,' in the meadow of Weleton, between the meadow of Henry Campion (Campionis) and the meadow of Richard Lovel, and 1r. land in the field of Weleton, in 'Horse Poil,' next land of Robert Beatrice (Beatric'); rent, ½d. at Easter. Seal, with legend, s. radvl'i. lovel.
[N'hamp.]A. 11985. Feoffment by Robert del Hul, of Welton, to William Ketelbern, of the same, for his homage and service, and 3 marks before- hand, of 3a. land in Welton field, viz. 1r. in the East Field at 'Smethe mede broc,' next land of Sir Robert Mallore, 1r. at 'Bonaldes Welle Wey,' next land of Henry Campion (Campionis), ½a. above 'Meremor' next land of the said Sir Robert, ½a. on 'Crocho,' next land of the said Henry 'into Colemannes Lake,' and ½a. in the West Field, on the north of 'le Wakelowe,' next land of Sir Robert, ½a. 'into Suine Welle' between the tilth (culturam) of the lord, and ½a. on 'Thurnewelle hul,' next land of Richard le Heyr; rent, 1½d. at Easter, for all service. Seal, with legend, s. roberti. del. hvl.
[Cornw.]A. 11986. Release by Thomas de Trempol to William de Tregr[e]chyou, merchant, of 2s. rent which William paid for the land he held of him in Tregrethyou, to wit, a third part of the whole land in Tregrechyou; rent, 6d. at the feast of the Holy Rood in May, for all service, save suit of court as done by his other feoffees (feofati mei) in the town of Tregrechyou, to be quit by 2d. for all amercements in one day, &c.; not having his seal to hand, he has affixed the seal of Geoffrey le Graunt, clerk. Witnesses:— Thomas de Pridias, knight, Walter de Tremur, Thomas Peticru, of Brongolou, Nicholas de Wernec, Luke the chaplain of St. Ewe (Sancta Ewa). Probus (Sanctum Probum), Midsummer eve, 32 Edward [I], Seal, with legend, s. galfr. grant.
Endorsed: Tregrychyowe.
[Cornw.]A. 11987. Feoffment by John Andreu, of Tregrisiou, to David de Tregrisiou, and Mareta, his wife, in tail, of 2 selions (sulones) land in the town of Tregrisiou; rent, a rose at Midsummer; if David die without issue the selions to remain to Florence, David's sister, in tail. Witnesses:— Roger de Penpel, John de Trelan, Robert de Trethewy, Richard de Tresawel, William, the clerk. Tregrisiou, Tuesday before the Purification, 16 Edward II. Seal.
Endorsed: Tregrychyowe.
[Norf.]A. 11988. Grant in free alms by Peter son of. William son of Elflred of Wendling, to God and St. Mary and the canons of the Premonstra- tensian order at Wendlinge of ½a. land in Skerninge, between their land and land of Alexander Odelin; rent, 1d. to the chief lords. Witnesses:— Sir Gilbert de Fransham, Sir Saver de Frivil and others (named). Seal, with legend, [s]. petri. fil'i. wilielmi.
[Norf.]A. 11989. Feoffment by Herric (Herrricus) Clerk, of Skernyng, to Thomas Staloun, of the same, and Agnes, his wife, of two pieces of land there, of 2r. more or less, one lying on the east of the mill hill of Huntyngfeld Halle, between Thomas' land and land Thomas holds of master chaplain of Gressenhale, &c. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 21 Richard II. Seal.
Endorsed: Thomas Hoo.
[Salop.]A. 11990. Feoffment by John Andreu late (quondam) lord of Stivinton, to Sir Richard de Boys, knight, for 6 marks beforehand, of 5a. land under 'le Wynzord,' held of the said Sir Richard and of his fee; rent, a rose at Midsummer. Witnesses:—Henry le Moneter, Nicholas Eylrich, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. ioh's. hondroe. Cf. A. 8530.
[Warw.]A. 11991. Indenture being a feoffment by Robert de Stowe in Napton to Thomas, his son, in tail, with reversion in default to himself, of a messuage, 23a. land and meadow which Nicholas Dynggel formerly held, a messuage which Thomas Weteman formerly held, a messuage, with a croft,which one Osbert Miller (molendinarius) formerly held, a messuage, 2½a. 1r. land and meadow which Clemencia Haukyns formerly held, ½a. land which he had by the gift of Adam Felau, ½a. which he had by the gift of Nicholas de Compton, 6a. 1r. land which he had by the gift of John son of William le Longge of Caldecote, 3s. rent from the tenement of Robert le Hore, and 2s. rent from the tenement of Adam Felau; rent, to him, and Margery, his wife, for life, 100s. by quarterly payments, and to him and his heirs, 8d. for all service. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Napton, knight, William de Arderna, Richard Gormound, of Hodenhulle, William le Grant, William de Weston, William de Kent, John de Newenham. Napton, Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 3 Edward III. Seal.
[N'hamp]A. 11992. Chirograph indented, made at Watford, 31 Edward I, on the feast of St. Vincent, being the memorandum of an agreement between Ellen, daughter of the late Sir Eustace de Watford, knight, and Eustace, son of the late Sir John de Bourneby, knight, lord (dominum) in Watford, of the one part, and Edmund, son and heir of the late Edmund de Watford, of the other, to wit Ellen and Eustace have enfeoffed Edmund of ½a. arable in the south field of Watford on 'Wylifurlong' between land of the abbot of St. James without Norhampton and his own land; and Edmund, in exchange, has enfeoffed them of ½a. there between land of William the clerk and his own land. One seal.
[Hants]A. 11993. Indenture being a feoffment by Peter Beveroo, of Win- chester, clerk, Robert Munkeston, rector of the church of Farlyngton, and John Norton, of Nuttele, late of Suthwyk, to Robert Snokeshull, and Agnes, his wife, in tail, with remainder to Henry, John, Richard, Thomas and Emery (Emorico), brothers of the said Robert Snokeshull, successively, in tail, with remainder to the right heirs of Henry, of two burgages in Farham and all the land, &c. in Frendstaple and Farlyngton, co. Hants, which they had by the demise of Geoffrey Hore of Lovedene. Witnesses:—John Barbour, of Havont, and others (named). Frendstaple, Wednesday, the morrow of the Purification, 12 Henry VI. Seals.
[N'hamp.]A. 11994. Feoffment by Robert son of Robert son of Simon of Sproton to Robert son of Robert Young (jurenis), in marriage with Alice, his daughter, of a virgate of land and a messuage in the town of Cretone, which Hugh Newbo[uld] held; rent, 2s. and two capons at Christmas. Witnesses, William, parson of Creton, Richard de Chokes, and others (named). Seal.
[Linc.]A. 11995. Release by Thomas son of Richard 'attetouneshend,' of Canwyk, to Simon son of William de Bolyngbrok, of Canwyk, of his right in a messuage in the town of Canwyk, between land of the prior and convent of St. Katharine without Lincoln and land of the abbot of Swynesheved, &c. Witnesses:—William de Poynton, of Canwyk, and others (named). Friday after St. Thomas, the Apostle, 25 Edward III. Seal.
[Notts.]A. 11996. Feoffment by Ralph Oaks (de quercubus) of Stretton to Maud, his daughter, for her homage and service, of a toft and croft in Fenton which Basillis, daughter of Robert Brun, formerly held of him, with 3a. land there, those to wit which Helias Abbot held of him, and ½a. and half a perch at 'Revirstik,' abutting on land of John Oaks (de quercubus), 1 perch in 'Oukepich,' &c, ½a. next land of the said Helias, &c., ½a. in Fenton, and ½a. in the marsh of Stratton, &c.; rent, 1lb. cummin on the feast of St. Martin. Witnesses:—Master John, rector of the church of Stretton, Thomas, parson of Sancton, Walter, clerk of Watton, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. radvlfi. de. qver . . b . .
[Warw.]A. 11997. Feoffment by Amice, late the wife of William Umfray, of Lalleforde, to Ralph de Tuwe, of a messuage in the town and fields of Ascote, &c. Witnesses:—John de Myneworthe, William de Southam, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Denis, 46 Edward III. Seal.
[Devon.]A. 11998. Letter of attorney by Robert Whytton to Richard Wyth to deliver seisin to Sibyl Cruwes of all his land, &c. in the prebend of Heghes, according to his charter thereof. La Heghes, Tuesday before St. George, 35 Edward III. Seal.
[Warw.]A. 11999. Feoffment by Ralph atte Brugge (ad pontem) of Hatton to Simon, son of Hugh de la Grene, of the same, of ½a. land in Hatton field, in the tilth (cultura) called 'Longeruch' &c.; rent, ½d. at Michaelmas; con- sideration, ½ mark beforehand. Witnesses:—John, lord of Schreueley, and others (named). Seal, with legend, s. radvlfi. ad. pontvm.
[Norf.]A. 12000. Feoffment by Peter Dengard, of Wangling, to John son of Alexander, of Skernig, of the west half of the toft which was Margaret Pynke's in Skernig. Monday before St. Michael, 34 Edward [I]. Seal, with legend, s. ric. de. svtvode.