Deeds
C.4301 - C.4400

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1915

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'Deeds: C.4301 - C.4400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 66-78. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64473 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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C.4301 - C.4400

[Sussex.]C. 4301. Grant by John Yellyng, John Jakelyng and William a Neston to Stephen Walssh of all their purparty of lands in Waldern, within 'Marchalles gate,' containing 13a., called 'Homefeld' and 'Estfeld,' with la. 3r. meadow there, which, with other land, they had by the gift of William Natle son and heir of Margaret Natle, one of the daughters and heirs of John Marchall late of Waldern; also of a piece of meadow in Waldern, containing 1½a. which they had by the gift of the said William, and which descended to him on the death of Agnes Eddebergh another daughter of the said John Marchall. 10 June, 31 Henry VI.
Wilts.C. 4302. Quitclaim by Thomas Helyer of Marleborowe, co. Wilts, 'helyer,' to William Molet of Westwodhay, co. Berks, of his right in a messuage called 'Strangbows' in Badbury and Badhamwyke within the parish of Chysilden. 30 November, 18 Henry VI.
[Norf.]C. 4303. Grant by Thomas Wyzt, burgess of Great Yarmouth, to John Kydlam of Southreppes of a close in Southreppes. Witnesses:— Clement Nusse and others (named). Thursday before Michaelmas, 8 Henry V. Seal.
[Surrey.]C. 4304. Grant by John Drynkwater of Pekham in the parish of Camerwell to John Lilbourne of Suthwerk, William Bandon and Richard Malton, citizens and fishmongers of London, and John Giblot the younger of Pekham, of a messuage, garden and ½a. land in Pekham which he had by the gift of John Blomvile. Witnesses:—William Wit, Robert Calverale and others (named). 9 July, 7 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
Cambridge.C. 4305. Quitclaim by Edward Clerk citizen and saddler of London, to Richard Fox of co. Essex, esquire, and others as in C. 4251, of his right in land, &c. in Triplowe. 15 February, 10 Henry VI. Seal.
Leic.C. 4306. Quitclaim by Thomas Bartvyle, cousin and heir of Richard Bartvyle, to Nicholas Temple, esquire, of his right in all the land, &c. which the said Richard, together with John Gryme and Roger Donyngton, chaplain, had by the gift of Richard Temple, esquire, in Temple, Sybbesdon, Little Shepey, Carlton by Boseworth, and Barton. Shepey, 12 October, 2 Edward IV. Seal.
[Leic.]C. 4307. Grant by John de Coninggusby and Nicholas his brother to John Burdet, of Shepeye, of a yearly rent of 60l. from the lands which they have in the town of Shepeye by his gift. Witnesses:— John son of Herbert de Twycros, John de Stapelton, Richard de Tempi', Sir John de Berforde and others (named). Tuesday before Michaelmas, 22 Edward III. French. Seals.
[Devon.]C. 4308. Grant by Thomas White to John Ilfardecomb, prior of St. Mary Magdalen, Barnestaple, and the convent of the same, of a curtilage in Barnestaple between 'le Gildehall' and the strand; to the intent that they may pray for his soul and his ancestors' souls; attorneys to deliver seisin, Hugh Caney and James Flemmyng. Witnesses:—Robert Symon, mayor of Barnastapol, and others (named). 24 November, 8 Henry VII. Seal, damaged.
[Glouc.]C. 4309. Demise by Agnes late the wife of William Beryman of Stowe, widow, to William Beryman, her son, for her life of a messuage in the Newstrete of Stowe St. Edward, between the tenement belonging to the service or chantry of St. Mary of Wyke, &c.; also of la. arable in the field of Malgrisbury; at a yearly rent of 6s. 8d. The feast of the Annunciation, 35 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
Essex.C. 4310. Grant by Thomas Shirland of Suthwerk, John Colyns, esquire, Thomas Went, William Shyrland and John Sewale to George Downeham and Katharine his wife of the tenement which they had by the feoffment of John Brokeman and Nicholas Vyncent, of Haveryng atte Boure, in the hamlet of Romford, between the highway from Chelmysford to London, &c. Haveryng, 12 February, 33 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[York, W.R.]C. 4311. Grant by William son of Richard de Oxspryng to John Mason of Bolton, chaplain, of all his land, &c. in Oxspryng, Byrche- worthe, Penyston and Thurgerlanod (sic). Witnesses:—John de Bryrlay of Bryrlay and others (named). Oxspryng, Sunday before Whit Sunday, 1374.
[Staff.]C. 4312. Grant by Rose, daughter of Thomas Cotyn, late the wife of Henry le Baker, to Hugh de Chaueldon, of all her land in the fee of Madeleye and Onileye which descended to her after the death of Nicholas her brother. Saturday after St. Bartholomew, 18 Edward II.
[Salop.]C. 4313. Grant by Alice de Forton, widow, and Thomas her son to Maud de Loskesford of a place with buildings in Great Drayton, and three lands and a half in the fields of the same. Tuesday after the Assumption, 36 Edward III.
[Lincoln.]C. 4314. Grant by John Fowle of Kyrketon in Holand to Joceus Fokes of Kyrketon, of all the land which, together with John Jakson of Kyrketon, Richard Smyth and John Megyr of the same, since deceased, he had by the gift of William Fokes of Kyrkton. Kyrketon, 15 July, 2 Edward IV.
[Derby.]C. 4315. Grant by Alan son of John of Repindon to Hugh le Souter and Ellen his wife of la. arable in the field towards Neuton, ½a. extending towards Neuton Weye, and ½a. between Hewyslade and Swarlokclif extending to the Treinte; rent 4d. at the terms usual at Repindon. Michaelmas, 28 Edward III.
[Norf.]C. 4316. Grant by Thomas Kedelham of North Walsham to Robert Blofelde and Katharine his wife of Sowthreppys of land, &c. in Sowthreppys and Northreppys, which he had jointly with Thomas Bryth of Sowthreppys, deceased, by the gift of Robert Coxston of Sowthreppys. 8 October, 3 Edward IV. Seal, damaged.
[Norf.]C. 4317. Grant by William Fayrcok, Richard Barker and Robert Wende of Suthreppes to Richard Pyxstan of the same of all their land in Suthreppes and a close with a dovecote on it, with a toft adjacent, and three pieces of arable, in Marketesthorp, called 'le Hoolelond,' 'le Gretepese' and 'Wyttoneskroft,' which they jointly had, together with other land, by the feoffment of Roger Pyxstan of Suthreppes, late deceased. Tuesday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 2 Henry IV.
[Norf.]C. 4318. Grant by John Cutlak of Southreppes to John Kydlomb of the same of la. land in Thorpmarket. Tuesday before the Apostles St. Peter and St. Paul, 7 Henry V. Seal.
[Bedford.]C. 4319. Grant by John Trought, Richard Lexham and John Banham to Lawrence Pycot, William Anable, Henry Mauntell and John Skynner, and the heirs of Lawrence, of 3a. arable lying dis- persed in the field of Houghton Regis in 'lez West Innynges,' extending upon Ikenyldstret, &c. which they had by the gift of Thomas Gilmyn of Dunstaple. 26 May, 9 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
[Berks.]C. 4320. Grant by John de Everdone, clerk, to Thomas Herneys, his servant for life, of a messuage, 22a. arable and ½r. meadow in Est- mede which he had by the gift of the said Thomas in West Hanneye; also grant of 2a. arable there with pasture for one ox in the pasture of Botteneye, Langenham, Bradenham and Croweputtes, which he had by the gift of Master John de Wantinge and Geoffrey Colin; rent 4d. Witnesses:—Almaric Feteplace, Hugh de Sancto Mauro and others (named). Friday, the feast of St. Clement, the Pope. 13 Edward II.
[Notts.]C. 4321. Grant by Richard de Akun of North Muskham and Margaret his wife to William son of Roger of Wympthorp, of a half- acre of meadow in the meadows of Holm, on 'le Brekkes.' Michaelmas, 44 Edward III. Two seals.
Berks.C. 4322. Demise by Thomas Pratt of Henley upon Thamis, co. Oxenford, to John Breche of the same, for seven years, of a close called the Dene with a 'parrocke' called 'Smertis Pytyll' in the parish of Remneham, co. Bark', at 20s. rent. The feast of the Annunciation, 1 Richard III. English.
[Chester.]C. 4323. Demise by Henry de Blakerode, citizen of Chester, to Nicholas Ivor of Hasilwelle, his wife and children, for six years, of a messuage with two bovates of land, in Hasilwelle with a fishery thereto belonging, which William de Raby formerly held; rent, 20s.; if he die his wife shall give the said Henry an ox or ½ mark. Whit Sunday, 35 Edward I. Seal (lion rampant).
[Sussex.]C. 4324. Grant by Richard Gardyner to Thomas Hoo, Richard Wakehurst the younger, William Sondes, John Wakehurst and John Wodye, of all the land in Horsham and Rowsparre which he had by the gift of John son and heir of Richard Brode. 2 August, 23 Henry VI.
Surrey.C. 4325. Grant by Robert Wretill, citizen and tailor of London, son of John Wretill, citizen and tailor of the same, deceased, to John Westwode and William Sunman, citizens and tailors of London, of all the land he had on day of date in Pekham and in the parish of Camberwell alias Camerwell. 7 August, 6 Henry V. Seal.
Staff.C. 4326. Grant by John Wryghte of Warrelowe to Roger his son and heir, and the heirs of his body, of all his land, &c. in the fees of Fulford and Hylderston (except a messuage in the fee of Fulford) which he had by the gift of Richard Taylour. 6 May, 8 Edward IV.
Sussex.C. 4327. Grant by Roger Schullyghe of Rogheye to William called 'le Taylur' of Rousparr of a field in the parish of Rousparr opposite the highway from Rogheye to Cherlewod. Sunday before Hokkeday, 16 Edward III.
[Oxford.]C. 4328. Grant by Edmund de la Pole, knight, to William Makkeneye with a quarter's notice on either side of the keepership of the forest of Shotovere and Stowode, as his deputy. Borstall, 30 October,16 Richard II. French. Fragment of seal.
Heref.C. 4329. Quitclaim by Joan, late the wife of Thomas Ledbury, sister of John Falk the elder, citizen of Hereford, and aunt of Nicholas son and heir of the said John, in her widowhood, to George Breynton, of her right in a garden which the said George bought from Katharine late the wife of the said John Falk and from the said Nicholas. Witnesses:—John Mey, mayor of Hereford, and others (named). Tuesday after St. Hilary, 5 Henry VI.
[Staff.]C. 4330. Grant by Richard Gryne of Drayton in Hales, otherwise called Richard Wysche, to Ralph Wybunbury of a messuage with garden abutting on the High Street in the town of Betteley and 3a. meadow in the field there called 'Westfelde.' Monday before the Assumption, 37 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]C. 4331. Grant by Geoffrey son of William Est of Wengrave to Mary late the wife of Stephen Est of Bettelowe for her life of 4a. arable in the fields of Bettelowe and Croftone, with reversion to himself and his heirs. Monday after the Holy Trinity, 31 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 4332. Grant by Walter Clerk of Craye St. Mary (beate Marie), to John Glyntone of the same, and Mabel his wife of a garden with a house thereon next the river (ripam) &c. Craye aforesaid, Sunday before St. Valentine, 37 Edward 111.
[Bucks.]C. 4333. Grant by Roger de Sumerry, for the health of his soul and the souls of his ancestors and children and of Agnes his wife, to brother Gilbert de Burmygham and the brethren of the hospital of St. John the Baptist of Neuportpaynel serving God and St. Mary there of the site of the said hospital and all lands, &c. belonging to it; to hold of him and his successors in free and perpetual alms. Witnesses:—Sir William de Nodar', Sir Thomas de Alta Villa and Sir Robert Barre, knights, Roger, lord of Tyrigham, and others (named). Seal, damaged.
[Notts.]C. 4334. Grant by Hugh son of William Hogeson of Wynthorp to John de Gedlyng of Holm of 3½a. meadow in the meadow of Holm. Saturday after St. Matthew, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[Staff.]C. 4335. Letter of attorney from Richard Gryne, of Drayton in Hales, otherwise called Richard Wysche, to Robert Strynger of Chatkeley and Richard Banester of Chorlton to deliver seisin to Ralph Wybunbury of a messuage, &c., in Betteley, as in C. 4330. Monday before the Assumption, 37 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
Middx.C. 4336. Grant by John son and heir of Thomas son and heir of Richard Mayhewe of Harengey to John Chapman, citizen and brewer (pandoxatori) of London, and Robert Porter, chaplain, of la. land in Stevenesfelde in the parish of Harengey, which descended to him on his father's death. 5 January, 36 Henry VI. Seal.
[Lincoln.]C. 4337. Grant by William, perpetual vicar of Wyflingham, and Werwyn de Barchworth of the same to Thomas Lake of Wyflingham, and Beatrice his wife for the term of their lives of a toft in Wyflingham which he had by the gift of the said Beatrice. The feast of St. Mark, 1385.
[Chester.]C. 4338. Grant by William son of Hugh de Chydelowe to William son of Urian de Eggerton, of a place of land in Chydelowe, called 'le Espenfeld,' with a road therefrom to the road from Malpas to Whit- church (Album Monasterium). Tuesday before St. Valentine, 1329. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Chitlow.
[Essex.]C. 4339. Grant by Ellis Adam of Writele to John his son of la. land there, in a croft called 'Pakemannescroft.' Thursday after Michaelmas, 10 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
[Lincoln.]C. 4340. Grant by John Aleyn of Kyrketon in Holand and Margaret his wife to Thomas Grove, Alan Blyssebery and Thomas Blyssebery, of the same, of a place of land containing la. in the field called 'Fenlandez' abutting on the highway called 'Brodegate.' Monday after St. Nicholas, 31 Henry VI. Fragment of one seal.
[York, W.R.]C. 4341. Grant by Stephen de Wighton of Herthill to Simon son of John de Belgh' of the same, Joan, Stephen's daughter, and the heirs of their bodies, of all the land, &c., in Herthill which descended to him after his parents' death, as in C. 3777. Monday the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, 22 Edward III.
Oxford.C. 4342. Quitclaim by Thomas Gybon alias Clerk son and heir of Gilbert Clerk to John Sadeler of Feversham, co. Kent, son and heir of John Sadeler of Watlyngton, of all the land, &c. in Watlyngton, or elsewhere in the county of Oxford, which the said Gilbert had by the gift of the said John Sadeler, the father. Thursday before the Purification, 27 Henry VI.
[Staff.]C. 4343. Grant by Henry de Larton and Cecily his wife to Ralph de Eggerton, esquire, of a burgage in Bettyley, stretching from the High Street to 'le Lordesmer'; rent to Thomas Arnecok, his heirs and assigns, 2s. Monday, the feast of St. George, 14 Henry VI. Two seals, one possibly armorial.
[Norf.]C. 4344. Grant by John Wende of Southreppes to John Kedylham of the same of a piece of marsh, reckoned at five perches, abutting on the common pasture called 'Holdfeldheithe.' Tuesday after St. Botolph, 14 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
[Notts.]C. 4345. Demise by Walter Babull and Agnes late the wife of Thomas de Wynthorp to Simon de Sibthorp of a messuage in 'le Codyngtonlane' in Neuwerk between the garden of the brotherhood of the gild of the Holy Trinity and Simon's tenement, for five years at the rent of a rose. Tuesday, Michaelmas day, 18 Richard II.
[Lincoln.]C. 4346. Grant by Thomas Bailly, perpetual vicar of Wyflyngham to William Sewreby, of a messuage there. 3 April, 18 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Staff.]C. 4347. Quitclaim by Simon son of Thomas Cotin of Madeleye to John de Hauekeston of his right in all the land, &c., which John has by his grant in the fee of Madeleye under Lyme, and which formerly were his said father's in the fees of Madeleye and Onileye. Sunday before the Annunciation, 20 Edward III. Seal.
York [W.R.].C. 4348. Demise by Thomas Meres of Awburne and Thomas Hunt of Lyndeby, esquires, to Nicholas de Strelley, knight, of all their lands in Feribrigge and Friston, formerly of Sampson de Strelley, knight, his father, which together with Richard Metham, esq., they had by the gift of the said Nicholas; to hold for his life rendering to them 3l. 6s. 8d. yearly. Strelley, Saturday after the Annunciation, 2 Henry VI. One seal.
York.C. 4349. Quitclaim by Richard Metham, esquire, to Thomas Meres of Awburne and Thomas Hunt of Lyndeby, of his right in land &c. as in C. 4348. Strelley, Saturday, the feast of the Annunciation, 2 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
Middx.C. 4350. Grant by Thomas Rye and Elizabeth his wife to William Hale and Simon Kyngforth of a tenement, barn, garden and croft of la. at Hoxton in the parish of Shordyche between land late Richard Riche's now Thomas Riche's, abutting on the highway from Shordych to Ware, and on the street called 'Hoxtonstrete,' which they together with Beatrice Mathewe late the wife of William Mathewe, since deceased, had by the feoffment of Richard Riche, citizen and mer- cer of London, William Hungreford, John Whitbarugh and John Hareyonge. 5 August, 6 Edward IV. One seal.
Kent.C. 4351. Quitclaim by John Sennycholas of the parish of Ayshe by Sandewych, esquire, to Katharine, wife of John Septvans, esquire, of his right in a manor or tenement called 'le Nedyr Hall,' with all the land, &c., which Thomas Hampton the elder lately held to farm by the demise of the said John Septvans, a marsh called 'Southlese' in the parish of St. Nicholas by Wade in the isle of Thanet only excepted; also release to her of his right in a rent of twenty quarters of barley issuing from certain lands in the parishes of St. Nicholas, St. Giles, Monketon, Wode, Byrchynton, and St. Peter in the Isle aforesaid; also in a tenement called 'Musseredes' and 20a. land formerly Robert London's in the Isle aforesaid; all which manor, &c., he lately had by the release of Roger Manston, the elder, esquire. 5 July, 35 Henry VI. Seal, with rush band.
Kent.C. 4352. Quitclaim by John Sennycholas to John Septvans, esq., and Katharine his wife, of land, &c., as in C. 4351. 10 July, 36 Henry VI. Seal, with rush band.
Kent.C. 4353. Giant by same to same of same. 1 June, 25 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Kent.C. 4354. Quitclaim by Roger Manston the elder of the Isle of Thanet to John Seintcolas (sic) of Aysshe by Sandwich, esq., of his right in land, &c., as above, which he had by the feoffment of John Septvans. 19 February, 35 Henry VI. Seal.
Kent.C. 4355. Quitclaim by John Septvans to John Seintcolas of his right in land, &c., as above. 5 May, 35 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Kent.C. 4356. Grant by John Septvansse of the parish of All Saints, Thanet, to Edward Gyldefforde, Roger Manston and John de Sancto Nicholao, of all his land, &c., late of Thomas Eleys or of Thomas Chyche in the parish of All Saints in the Isle aforesaid or elsewhere in co. Kent. Thursday before the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, 16 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Surrey.]C. 4357. Grant by William Waleys, citizen and fishmonger of London, to Richard Bronde, citizen and fishmonger of London, Richard Jaye, gentleman, William Plofeld, writer of court hand, Robert Almayn, and John Merston, fishmongers, citizens of London, of a garden with houses built therein, ponds and ditches, at 'Lestywes' in the parish of St. Margaret of Suthwerk with entry thereto by an alley, between gardens on the north, 'Maidenlane' on the south and a road thence to 'Seynt Johnesmylles,' &c., which together with Thomas Bernewell, William Hulyn and William Mayhewe, citizens and fish- mongers of London, since deceased, he had by the gift of William Baret of Marcheforth in the parish of Dodlyngton, co. Cambridge; attorney to deliver seisin, Thomas Barnewell, citizen and fishmonger of London, son of the said Thomas Barnewell. 13 June, 17 Edward IV.
Memorandum endorsed of enrolment in the court of the manor of Suthwerk in the time of Thomas Langton, bishop of Winchester, 8 Henry VII, before — Burton, then steward there; also 'E. Aleyn, Tho. Mason, 23.'
Cambridge.C. 4358. Quitclaim by Edward Clerk of London, saddler, to John Danby and others as in C. 4251, of all his land, &c., in the parish of Triplowe. 12 July, 4 Henry VI.
[Norf.]C. 4359. Grant by William Multon, chaplain, to William Newman, son of Robert Newman, late of Southreppes, Henry Heydon and William Boleyn, knights, Robert Brandon and Richard Southwell, esquires, Thomas Brampton, gentlemen, and Thomas and Roger Newman, of a messuage with a close, a toft, and an alder-holt late Andrew Marsham's, in Southreppes, which together with the said Robert Newman and William Curteys, vicar of Haneworth, since deceased, he had by the release of the said Andrew Marsham late of Bakonsthorp; also grant to them of two pieces of land in Thorp- market which he had by the feoffment of the said Henry son and heir of John Heydon; also of two closes in Thorpmarket which he had by the feoffment of the said William son and heir of Robert Newman. 4 August, 1 Henry VII. Seal, damaged.
[Worc.]C. 4360. Demise by Thomas Corbet, lord of Imeney, to William, a Lye, 'milleward,' of Chaddesley, one Nicholl, his son, and the wife of the said William 'what tyme he shall be wedded quia modo solus', for the term of their lives 'succeslyche,' of a water-mill called the 'Wode Mille' by Wyche, with 'the flode yates, cours of watere, stankes,' &c., at a yearly rent of 46s. 8d., and 40s. the first year; with covenants for repairs, &c. Wednesday before the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 25 Henry VI. English. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed: Impney; Indentura molendini de Imney.
[Hants.]C. 4361. Grant by William Bulkeley to Peter de Munshull, Thomas son of William de Swetenham and William Ridwallhurste, chaplain, of the manor of Nethir Burgate, with the hundred of Fordyngbrigge, to the same manor belonging with franchises, parks, courts, &c. Shoklache, 22 October, 29 Henry VI.
York [W.R.].C. 4362. Grant by Richard Harward of Hartyll to Edward Harward and Richard Hayne of all his land, &c., in Hartyll and Woddall, upon condition (in English) that they reenfeoff him thereof on demand; the premises in default to remain to the said Edward and his heirs. 4 Jan., 24 Henry VII.
Middx.C. 4363. Indenture witnessing that whereas James, earl of Ormond had delivered certain jewels (detailed) to John Neel, Master of the house or church of St. Thomas the Martyr called of Acres, London; upon payment of 100 marks at certain dates, the said jewels should be redelivered to him. 5 December, 1438. French. Seal.
Middx.C. 4364. Grant by Margery Croke of London, widow, sister and heir of William son and heir of William Soneman, citizen and horner of London, to John Croke, gentleman, and William Broun, cutler, and Thomas Plummer, writer of court hand, citizens of London, of a field called 'Bradforth' in the parish of St. Pancras, and 4a. land in a croft by Lyverlane, and 4s. rent charged on lands formerly of William Hankeford and afterwards of Richard Hankeforde, knight, in the parish of St. Andrew in Holburn. 18 March, 31 Henry VI.
[Chester.]C. 4365. Grant by Peter le Crowther to Richard de Assheton of Mersay Bonk of a rent of 13s. 4d. from day of date to the end of seven years of and in a burgage in Altrincham and 4a. land in the same. All Hallows eve, — Henry VI.
[Chester.]C. 4366. Indenture between Randolf Brerton and Hugh Dawan (sic), esquires, whereby the said Hugh agrees, and 'geves his goodwill in as much as in him is' that Randolf have the wardship of Philip Egerton, son and heir of John Egerton, esq., deceased, to be married to Randolf's daughter, in which case Hugh to have the manor of Egerton in farm during the nonage of the said Philip with allowance for repairs by the oversight of Sir Uryan Damport and Sir James Moly- neux, clerks, or, if they differ, of Sir William Stanley, knight, chamberlain to the king; Hugh to have the keeping of the said Philip as long as the said Randolph shall think reasonable; within two months after the marriage and 'also after the decesse of Randolf son of Urian of Brerton,' Randolf to release to Philip and his heirs his right in such lands 'as Philip Egerton and John Egerton died diseisid of, parcell of the manoir of Hampton'; Elizabeth, daughter of the said Hugh and late the wife of the said John Egerton, to have her dower without interruption of the said Randolph. 6 December, 1 Henry VII. English. Seal, damaged.
Middx.C. 4367. Letter of attorney by Margery Croke of London, widow, to John Waldyf and John Cheseman, to deliver seisin to John Croke and others of lands and rent as in C. 4364. 18 March, 31 Henry VI. Seal.
Derby.C. 4368. Grant by Richard Walkden, vicar of Hope and Thurstan Ayre, vicar of Hathersegge, to John, earl of Shrewsbury, John Talbot, knight, his son and heir, Ralph, lord de Cromwell, knight, John Curson, esquire, Henry de Stafford, rector of Treton, Robert de Stafford and John Grene, esquires, and Roger Stedeman, rector of Whitchurche, of the manor of Hasulbache and all other the lands, &c., in Burgh, Castelton and Alastr', which they had by the feoffment of Robert Ayer, the elder. 8 April, 24 Henry VI. Seals.
Surrey.C. 4369. Quitclaim by Walter Vitull, citizen and armourer of London, Marion his wife and William Stranxhill, citizen and skinner of London, to Henry Barton and William Newenham, citizens and skinners of London, of their right in land, &c., which together with the said Henry and William, and Henry Rede, armourer, since deceased, they had by the gift of Robert Wretill, citizen and tailor of London, since deceased, and Maud his wife in the town and fields of Pekham and in the parish of Camberwell alias Camerwell. Pekham, 20 February, 4 Henry VI. Three seals.
[Devon.]C. 4370. Confirmation by Nicholas Carrewe, knight, son and heir of Thomas Carrewe, knight, of a grant by William Mountfort of Bryde- port and Alice his wife inter alia to John Wareyn, canon of Exeter, John Jaybien of Plymouth, Thomas Olyver of Kyngesbrygge and William son of the said Thomas, of certain lands, &c., in Southton Derte- muth, to hold to them and the heirs of the body of the said William with remainder in default to the heirs of the body of the said Thomas Olyver, with remainder in default to divers other persons and the heirs of their bodies; which lands were held of the said Thomas Carrewe, his father, and other his ancestors; with warranty thereof to all the said persons. The last day of February, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 4371. Defeasance of a grant by Richard Bybet to Thomas Huet, chaplain, and John Aleyn of Chedyngdon, of 3a. arable lying dispersed in the field of Thretownes; viz., if Richard pay Thomas and John at Tyscote before All Hallows next 60s. less one (uno excepto), the said charter of fee simple of the said land to be void. Tyscote, Trinity Sunday, 8 Henry IV. Seal.
[Cornw.]C. 4372. Grant by John Hoyges, 'marchaund' of Lostwythiell to John Gydelegh of all the land, &c., in Plegheton, Sutton and Porth- pire, (with the rent and service of Joan, mother of the said John Gydelegh for land, &c., she holds of him for life in dower, with the reversion thereof) which he had by the gift of the said John Gydelegh; to hold to the said John and the heirs of his body, with reversion in default to himself, his heirs and assigns. Plegheton, Wednesday before Easter, 13 Henry IV. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 4373. Indenture witnessing that, whereas Edmund Breton and Ermetrude, his wife, lately in the king's court before the justices at Westminster granted and gave back to John Bacun, clerk, 25s. rent in Salle, and also granted him the moiety of a knight's fee in the same town, with the homages and all the services of Simon atte Haghe of Weston, and Sarah his wife, and of William son of John atte Haghe, from all the tenements which they held of the said Edmund and Ermetrude in the same town, by fine there thereof between the said John and the said Edmund and Ermetrude made; the said Simon and Sarah afterwards came to the said John Bacoun and acknowledged that they held their tenements there of the said Edmund and Ermetrude by homage, fealty and service of 14s. 5¼d. of rent and service yearly and 7s. 6d. to a scutage of 40s. and so in proportion; and the said Simon and Sarah, by pretext of the said fine, attorned themselves gratis to the said John Bacoun for the said homage, fealty and service; for which acknowledgement and attornment the said John Bacun has granted and by this writing has bound himself and his heirs to acquit the said Simon and Sarah, all the life of the said Sarah, and if she die before the lawful age of William son of John atte Haghe to acquit the said Simon till the full age of the said heir, against whatever chief lords and other of whatever services happen to be exacted from the said Simon and Sarah from the said tenements, for the said yearly sum and the said scutage. London, Tuesday after St. Augustine, Bishop and Confessor, 14 Edward II.
Oxford.C. 4374. Grant by Nicholas Wotton to John Coventre, the elder, John Ingram, Thomas Keche, Thomas Strangfer, clerk, Robert Napper, clerk, and Thomas Calston, of all his land, &c., in Kyngeston Lylly and Kyngeston Blount. 5 December, 6 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Kent.C. 4375. Grant by John Wade of Eylysforde to Lawrence Taylor, William Sevyny of Eylysforde, John Cayser of West Pecham and Simon Scholl, of Dytton, of two pieces of land, whereof one contains 9a., called 'Neversdene,' lying in the parish aforesaid, in the lordship of Cevylton, and the other 3r. (virgatas) called 'Covellys Grove,' lying in the parish and lordship of Dytton. 20 December, 38 Henry VI.
[Suff.]C. 4376. Grant by Hugh Houel, son of the late Sir Hugh Houel, knight, to Thomas Cobald of Weybrede, John his elder son, John le Calwer of the same and Walter Arneyep of Redenhile, of 7a. land in Weybrede, between land of the abbot of Sibetone and land belonging to the hall of Silham, &c. Monday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 47 Edward III.
[Notts.]C. 4377. Grant by William de Kellum, 'corveser,' of Newerk, to William Wright of the same of a pension of 3s. 4d. to be received yearly from him during his life with double payment for any half-year in arrear. The feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 13 Richard II. Seal.
[Essex.]C. 4378. Demise by Robert Huberd to Hugh le Herde of Herlawe, of the manor of Herlawe called 'Huberdes' with stock, as specified, for three years at 12 marks rent. Thursday, the feast of St. Michael, 3 Richard II. Copy, mutilated.
[Staff.]C. 4379. Grant by John Wryght of Fulforth to William and John Mascy of a tenement with croft and garden, a field called 'Roshey' within the lordship of Yldurston, and a field called 'Neuclos' within the lordship of Fulforth, for the life of the said (sic) Margaret, daughter of the said (sic) Hamo le Mascy, with remainder after her decease to the right heirs of the body of the said John Wryght and Margaret. Witnesses:—John Dracoke, knight, and others (named). Fulforth, 20 September, 19 Henry VII.
[Radnor.]C. 4380. Quitclaim by Avice de Crofte, widow, to William son of John Thomkyn of her right in 2½a. land in Dichamneye which she formerly pledged to John Jonessone of Emyghope in the fee of 'la Dyche' and in the lordship of Radnor. Witnesses:—Henry Holle of Borewar', Richard Paynot and others (named). Borewar', Friday after the feast of St. John the Baptist, 10 Richard II.
[Notts.]C. 4381. Grant by William Boston and William Caleys, chaplains, to Thomas Wyntryngton of Newerk, 'baker,' John Hamond, vicar-choral (vicar' in choro ecclesic cathedralis) Lincoln, and John Devyas of Newerk and William Porter, gentlemen, and the heirs of the said Thomas, of a messuage in Newerk in 'Stodmerstrete' next 'le Market- stede' abutting on 'le Potterdyke.' Witnesses:—Master John Burton, perpetual vicar of the parish church of St. Mary Magdalen, Newerk, Henry Fauconer, alderman and others (named). 21 August, 2 Edward IV.
[Sussex.]C. 4382. Grant by Bartholomew Broker of Hoo to John Wylsham of Asshbournhamme of 3a. 1r. land called 'Payneslond' in the parish of Wortlyng. 10 February, 8 Henry V.
Dorset.C. 4383. Grant by William Olyver, burgess of Brydeport, to Roger Keys, canon of Exeter, William Carant, John Newburgh, William Huddesfeld, John Biconyll, William Montagyw, John Battescomb, John Olyver, clerk, John Sterre and Robert Burgh, of all his goods and chattels. Monday before St. Peter's Chains, 3 Edward IV.
[Bedford.]C. 4384. Grant by Richard son of Stephen of Bodenho to Roger Ivel of Thornecote and Isabel his wife of ½a. in Beston, on Shitereshul. Thursday after St. Mark, 6 Edward II.
[Bedford.]C. 4385. Grant by Ralph son of Lettice del Hacche of Beston to Roger Ivel and Isabel his wife, of 1½r. land in Beston, to hold to them and the heirs of Roger. Sunday after the Purification, 9 Edward II.
[Bedford, Herts.]C. 4386. Grant by William le Baxtere of Dunstaple to Richard Angewyn of the same of la. land in Kenesworth in exchange for la. land in the west field (campo de west) of Dunstaple. Sunday after St. Valentine, 48 Edward III.
Cambridge.C. 4387. Grant by Henry Lane of Landbeche and William Pepys of Cotenham to John Hunden the elder of Cotenham, John Hunden the younger, Thomas Hunden the younger and John Sygar, of the moiety of a toft formerly built on, with the moiety of a croft belonging to the said toft, the moiety of 5½a. arable lying dispersed in the fields of Cotenham belonging to the said toft and the moiety of l0r. marsh lying dispersed in Smythyfenne, belonging to the said toft, which toft, &c., late belonged entire (in toto) to John Chircheyerd of Cotenham, and which moieties they, together with Richard Toller, chaplain, had by the grant of Robert Wodelarke, clerk, John Canterbury, and John Brokeshawe, by charter dated at Cotenham, 22 November, 17 Edward IV.; attorney to deliver seisin, William Whyston. Cotenham, 21 March, 15 Henry VII. Seals, damaged.
[Herts.]C. 4388. Grant by John Trought of Dunstaple to Lawrence Pycot, William Anable, John Skynner, James Sodlomb, clerk, and William Albryght, of a piece of arable containing 2a. lying together in the field of Kennesworth in a tillage called 'Thorndell' abutting on land of the dean of St. Paul's, London, &c.; to hold to them and the heirs and assigns of Lawrence. 16 July, 12 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 4389. Grant by Richard Chalton of Dunstaple to Richard Aungewyn of the same of la. arable in the field of Kenesworthe. Tuesday after the Epiphany, 48 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 4390. Grant by Richard Evesham to John Truht of land as in C. 4388. Wednesday after the Epiphany, 22 Richard II. Seal, damaged.
Chester.C. 4391. Grant by Hugh Eggerton, esquire, to Ralph Heywod, John Pakyn and William Brenner of all his land, &c., in Hasilwall, except the wood there and the mediety of the advowson of the church of the same; also of a messuage with land, &c., in Newbolt, late in the tenure of Thomas Hulme, and of other messuages there. 4 September, 12 Henry VII.
[Worc.]C. 4392. Grant by Sir John Sampson, chaplain, rector of Warmyn- don, to John Hondy of the same, and Isabel his wife, of a messuage in Wike by Pershore called 'Sampsonsplace,' with orchard adjacent, a 'benhey,' a half-virgate of land and la. meadow; to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies at a yearly rent to Sir Hugh Burnell and his heirs of 1lb. pepper on St. Andrew's day, for all service. 13 April, 3 Henry IV.
[Bedford.]C. 4393. Grant by Benet Blundel of 'la Hull' to William de Aspel' and Maud his wife of all that messuage and all the land, &c. which he had by the gift of the said Maud; to hold to them and their issue with remainder in default to her right heirs. Caldecote, Tuesday after St. Andrew, 23 Edward III. Seal.
[Huntingdon.]C. 4394. Grant by Henry Cherman of Yaxlee to William Fannere of the same of 2a. land called 'Hildesmer' in Yaxlee, in the field called 'le North feld.' Palm Sunday, 12 Richard II.
[Devon.]C. 4395. Grant by John Golsmyth, mayor of Barnestaple, Thomas Passewere, William Redwyn, Thomas Hoper, Richard Boughdon, Nicholas Cook, Henry Bale, John Mulys, Bernard Bromwiche and John Londe, to Richard Newcombe of a tenement with curtilage in Barnestaple in the fee of the prior of Barnestaple; also of a piece of land in Pilton, at Wyndeshore between 'Churdefordelane,' &c.; to hold for the term of his life at the rent of a grain of corn at Michael- mas. Monday after the Annunciation, 10 Henry VI. Fragments of seals.
[Herts.]C. 4396. Quitclaim by Thomas Pernell, citizen and 'gurdeler' of London, to Richard Haukyn of Tiscote, of his right in la. meadow which Richard has in the meadow called 'la Brodemede' in the meadows of Naldewyke. 27 June, 10 Henry IV.
[Kent.]C. 4397. Grant by Stephen, son of William Frothe, and heir of Isabel Avife of the said William, to the said William Frothe, his father, of a messuage which came to him by inheritance after the death of the said Isabel in the town of Romene and in the parish of St. Lawrence, in 'le Dokelane,' next land of the house of St. John the Baptist, &c. 10 September, 3 Henry VI. Seal.
[Bucks.] [Herts.]C. 4398. Grant by Thomas Hyckedon late of Betlowe now of Trynge, to William Kegyll of Crofton of la. meadow and ½a. arable lying dispersed in the fields and meadows of Tyscote and Helpstrop, which he the said Thomas Godenche (sic), with others since deceased had by the gift of John Robyns of Helpstrop. 15 June, 19 Edward IV.
Chester. Salop. Staff.C. 4399. Grant by Ralph de Eggerton the elder, esquire, son of William de Eggerton, to William Woze (sic) dean of Stafford and rector of Mokeleston, Richard Keffes, rector of Bcrtomley, and Robert Davy, chaplain, of his manors of Wryme and Chetulton, and all his land, &c, in Newcastle under Lyme, Audeley, Bignowe and Betteley, or elsewhere in the county of Stafford; also of his manors of Smalwod, Newbolt, Caldecote and Wistaston and of all his part of the manor of Haselwall, with the advowson of the church of Haselwall, when it happen, co. Chester, with all his land, &c, in the county of Chester; also of all his land, &c., in Draiton in Hales, Hamptonwod, Moretonsay, Gravhongur and Oneley, or elsewhere in the county of Salop. Le Wryme, Tuesday before St. Matthias, 30 Henry VI. Fragment of (quarterly) seal of arms.
[Oxford.]C. 4400.—Demise bv John de Beauchamp, rector of St. Mary's, and Thomas de Sotesbrok, rector of St. Nicholas', of Sauntresdon, to John de Wescote, Cristina his wife and Alice his daughter of a messuage and 3½a. arable, lr. meadow in 'le Longeleete' beside 'Kyngeseyeleete' in Tuythrop in the parish of Kyngeseye; to hold for the term of their lives, rendering 2s. yearly and doing suit to the court of the said John de Beauchamp and Thomas de Sotesbrok for all service. Tuythrop, Monday, the feast of St. Martin, 33 Edward III. One seal of arms (fess between three lions rampant).
Endorsed: Carta Johannis Driver de Kyngeseye.