Deeds
C.4401 - C.4500

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1915

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'Deeds: C.4401 - C.4500', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 78-91. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64474 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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C.4401 - C.4500

[Notts.]C. 4401. Grant by John Beby of Newerk to John Walweyn of the same of 6a. 3r. arable in the fields of Newerk and Northgate, in 'Appultongate Headlande,' between 'Lincolngate' and 'Wyn- thorpgate,' on 'Redelandes' abutting on 'Rededykes,' on 'Jeng- furlang,' and by 'Broxholmedyke.' Newark, 6 March, 8 Henry V. Seal.
[Staff.]C. 4402. Grant by Richard le Roper of Betteley to Hugh 'le Wedusone' of a place of turbary on Cracalmosse, which Robert de Lecke lately held, in the fee of Betteley. Witnesses:—Hugh le Wedusone and Henry le Harper, bailiffs there, and others (named). Betteley, Monday after the Purification, 34 Edward III.
[Derby.]C. 4403. Indenture made 15 January, 5 Edward III:, witnessing that John Strelley of Hasilbache, esq., 'ought' to Richard Bakewell 'for laberyng hys materes,' and expenses in two years last past, and 'for iij. yer' bourde of hym and hys wyffe and hys chylder,' 48l. 6s. 7d. (In different ink.) And this is due to the said Richard 'with a more some in a peyr of indenturs afor tyme made and be the parties indeferently aselet'. Also the said John has given to the said Richard all 'the ferme of the lordshippe of Hasilbache with in the erthe and abufe for this viij. yer' last past yf he can recover of the exec' of' Sir William Vernon, knt., Henry Vernon, esq., Nicholas Eyr of Redcetes, Nicholas Sywarde of Bradwall, or of any other man that has occupied the said lordship, 'that is to wyt in viij. yer' clxli. and more. Writton the secunde dey of May,' 8 Edward IV. 'Also the seid John delivered to the seid Richard for divers costes and expens for hys materes thys iij. yer' last past,' and the board of himself wife and chidren, 27l. 5s. 4d. 'Writton the x. dey of June,' 9 Edward IV. English.
Sussex.C. 4404. Grant by Thomas Forde of Merden to Ralph Somner of the parish of Eastmallyng of all the land, &c. in the parishes of Waldern and Chydyngle which descended to him after the death of Joan Forde, his mother, as parcel of the land,. &c. called 'Marchallyslandez'; on condition that Ralph pay 26s. 8d. at Christmas next, 26s. 8d. at Midsummer following, and so on to Midsummer, 1470. Dated at Waldern, Trinity Sunday, 2 Edward IV. The payments to be made at Ralph's dwelling (mansionem) in Eastmallyng. Seal, damaged.
[Notts.] York [W.R.].C. 4405. Indenture whereby Sampson de Strelley, knight, reciting that Hugh de Annesley holds the manors of Fryeston 'Bi the Water' and Ferebrigg for life by his demise, with all lands, reliefs, marriages, &c., with reversion thereof expectant to himself and his heirs, rendering therefore yearly 60s. at Martinmas and Whitsuntide; and reciting that Emma late the wife of Roger de Strelley holds for life divers lands in Strelley and Newthorp which were of the inheritance of William son of Thomas de Strelley, with reversion thereof expec- tant to himself and his heirs; grants the said rent and reversions to Thomas, his son, for life, to hold of him and his heirs, at the rent of a peppercorn for all service. Monday after the Annunciation, 12 Richard II. Seal.
[Notts.]C. 4406. Grant by Edmund de Wylouhby, knight, to William de Willouhby, parson of Repynghale, of a messuage, formerly John le Archer's, in Notingham, between 'Organlane,' &c. Witnesses:— Richard Hannesone, mayor, Henry Chaumbirleyn, and John de Strelley, bailiffs, of Notinghamme, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Ambrose, 41 Edward III.
Memorandum endorsed that the feoffment is to be void on payment to William of 5l. within fifteen days of the feast of St. Martin in Winter in the year within written.
[Sussex.]C. 4407. Quitclaim by Thomas Alfray, John Morys, Andrew Hasilden, Richard att Mell and John Stanlee, to John Alfray, being in his possession, of their right in all the land, &c., which, jointly with him, they had by the gift of Richard Alfray by charter of even date. 4 October, 36 Henry VI.
Endorsed: Cokeman; also release for the land in East Grynsted from Richarde Alfray and others to John Alfraye.
[Sussex.]C. 4408. Quitclaim by John Alfray and Andrew Hasylden to Thomas Alfray of all their estate in all the land, &c., late of John Morys and Agnes, his wife, in Estgrenstede, which they and one John Morys, together with Richard atte Melle and John Stanle, since deceased, had by the gift of Richard Alfray. 9 April, 9 Edward IV. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 4409. Grant by Ralph, rector of Haseley, and John Baker of Warwik. to Juliana late the wife of Gilbert Heyne of Beausale, of all the land, &c., which they had by the gift of the said Gilbert in Beausale, a field called 'Paviesfeld,' excepted. Monday, the feast of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 6 Henry V. Seals.
[N'hamp.]C. 4410. Confirmation by Philip son of Walter de Boketon to the master and brethren of the hospital of the Holy Trinity without Norhamton of the demise and farm of land, &c., which they have in Boketon by the grant of William, his brother, for twenty years; with bond in 10l. for their quiet enjoyment. Dated in the said hospital, in the octave of St. John the Baptist, 12 Edward II.
[Kent.]C. 4411. Grant by William Fyfacre of Eillisforde to Richard Peak of the same of 5a. 3r. in the parish of Eillisforde at East Prestone, in the field called 'Horscroft.' Tuesday, 2 April, 33 Edward III.
[Worc.]C. 4412. Quitclaim by William Rolf, tailor, son of William Rolf of Maderesfelde, to Sir Walter de Interberwe, chaplain, and Ralph ate Wode of Maderesfelde, of his right in a croft called 'le Longecroft' with curtilage adjacent called 'le Neweleiton,' between the highway leading to 'le Heveswode' and 'Algaresbrok,' which he purchased of Richard Rolf, his uncle. Maderesfelde, Tuesday, the morrow of the Purification, 19 Edward II.
Staff.C. 4413. Grant by John de Staundon, son of Vivian de Staundon, to Luke de Covinton, cook, of a place of land in the fee of Onileg' called 'le Clerkesfeld' between 'le Hee' and 'le Merebrock' between the counties of Chester and Stafford. Sunday before St. Thomas, 7 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Kent.] Sussex.C. 4414. Indenture witnessing that whereas John Worthe, of Tenterden enfeoffed William Jamyn and John Ingram of the same of 18a. land and wood, called 'Jakystenement,' in the parish of Ikclesham, in the tenure of Gestelyng; the said William and John by these presents gave him the said land on the following condition, viz. if and when they are lawfully put out of four pieces of land, or any part thereof, in the parish of Tenterden upon the denne (dennam) of Haukerst, which they had by the feoffment of William Worthe of Wynchelse, at the suit of Juliana late the wife of William Amery of Smallyde, or of Thomas Heymes, their heirs and assigns, or be not within fifteen days satisfied of any expenses, &c., had on that account, it shall be lawful for them reenter upon the said four pieces of land and hold them in their pristine estate. 6 May, 9 Henry VII.
[Staff.]C. 4415. Demise, in the name of a pledge, by John son of William Greggori of Bettylegh to Hugh Rosesone, of the same, of all his land in Bettylegh called 'Babermos,' except that place which Gregory de Bettilegh holds; also of all the land there on 'le Fischereshul,' and 2a. in 'le Fourtyacres' between 'le Horsknaveaker,' &c., for four years, when he will pay 12½ marks, &c. Saturday the feast of St. Michael, 15 Edward III. Faded.
[Bedford.]C. 4416. Quitclaim by Hugh le Baxstere of Temseford to Roger Ivel and Maud his wife of Thornecote, of his right in la. which Roger had by the demise of Agnes le Baxstere, his mother, in the field of Bestone. Thornecote, the day of the Epiphany, 22 Edward III.
Staff.C. 4417. Grant by Nicholas de Hauekeston to Richard de Wotten- hull of the messuage with land, &c, which he had by the gift of John de Hauekeston his brother in the fees of Madeleye under Lyme and Onileye. Sunday, the feast of St. Valentine, 13 Edward III. Seal, damaged.
[Staff.]C. 4418. Grant by Philip Yonge, receiver to the lord de Audeley, Hugh Walter, Robert Tuchet and Richard Wod, to Hugh Egerton, esquire, of a messuage, with garden adjacent, in Betteley, between the High Street and land of St. Mary's, &c., with a parcel of pasture at 'le Mere Hoke,' extending from the said 'Mere' to land of the abbot of Hulton, which they lately had by the gift of Thomas Wod of Betteley. Friday after the Purification, 35 Henry VI. Seal and two fragments.
[Lincoln.]C. 4419. Grant by John Awbrey of Hornecastell, chaplain, and John Smyth, of the same, to Thomas Moigne, esquire, John Travers, clerk, and John Ormesby, of three cottages in Hornecastell on the west of a sewer (seuere) there called 'le Bayne,' viz. between 'Armynlane' and land called 'Themylby Thyng,' &c., which they had inter alia by the gift of John Whyte. 12 May, 7 Edward IV. Two seals, one damaged.
Notts.C. 4420. Grant by John son of Jordan le Marschal of Notingham to Robert Fraunceys of Notingham and Legarda his wife, and his heirs, of a messuage with buildings there above and below ground in the Saturday market of Notingham, late Roger de Henoure's. Witnesses:— Robert Ingram, mayor, and William de Stowe and John de Dryffeld, bailiffs of Notingham, and others (named). Wednesday after the feast of All Hallows, 14 Edward II. Fragment of seal.
[Herts.]C. 4421. Grant by Elias son of Walter Peec' of Aldebur' to William le Heyward of Tiscote, and Avice his wife, of a messuage with houses in Aldebur'. Witnesses:—William de Dunhamstede and others (named). Sunday after the Assumption, 7 Edward II.
[Notts.]C. 4422. Defeasance of a recognizance of 100 marks in the chancery wherein Robert son of Robert de Strelleye is bound to William de Cantelupo, knight, Richard de Wiluby and Robert Russel; viz. if he pay the king at the exchequer 100 marks for which they are sureties, half on the morrow of St. Lucy and half in the octave of the Purification. London, Wednesday, the eve of St. Martin in Winter, 33 Edward I.
Middx.C. 4423. Grant by Henry Brokherst of Iseldon to Andrew Michell, William Brokherst, Richard Welde, John Gamelyngey, John Mayhew of Kentyston, Thomas Baveyn, Simon Kyng, John Heyborne and William Lese, of 12a. land in a field called 'le Downehill' in the parish of Haryngey which Stephen atte Feld of Haryngey, who has released his right to the said Henry Bokhurst, and the said Henry, had by the gift of John Godfrey of Haryngey and Alice his wife, daughter and heir of John Crouch. 28 November, 8 Henry V. Seal.
[Chester.]C. 4424. Grant by Ralph Dandy, chaplain, to Robert son of William de Bulkelegh and Felicia his wife for their lives of all the land, &c., in Alsacher which he has by the gift of the said Robert, with remainder to Robert, Richard and Ellen, their children succes- sively in tail, with reversion to the right heirs of Robert, the father. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh de Awdelegh, justice of Chester, and Sir Ralph le Vernon, knights, and others (named). Alsacher, Saturday before St. Michael, 10 Edward II.
[Dorset.]C. 4425. Quitclaim by John le Hatter to Robert Bodde of his right in a seld (shelda) with curtilage in Brudeport, opposite the cross. Witnesses:—Edward atte Stone and John Gray, bailiffs, and others (named). 9 October, 22 Edward III.
[Heref.]C. 4426. Grant by John Bagenden to John 'o the Gore' of 4a. arable between the lord's land and the way called 'la Greneway,' at the rent of a rose for six years, and thereafter of 20s. Witnesses:— Walter Restot, John 'o the Yok,' Adam Ward. Welyngton, Michaelmas, 44 Edward III.
[Bedford.]C. 4427. Quitclaim by Thomas Carter of Beston to John Hawkyn of Thornecote, John Pertecell of the same, and John Saltewell of Yekewell, of his right in la. land in the fields of Beston, ½a. on Clayehyll abutting on 'le Dene,' and on 'Clayehyllehede,' and ½a. on 'le Hoo.' 18 August, 13 Edward IV.
[Devon.]C. 4428. Grant by William son of Godfrey to Roger de Cadetruwe of all the land [of] Boneweya (terram Boneweye), at 'la Fenne,' with the rent and service of Richard Lange; the boundary of the land is from Thomas Donnyng's garden to 'Bittilane hevede,' thence to 'la Clam- pitten,' thence to 'la More in la Willak,' to the garden again; rendering therefore yearly 2s. 6d., for all service; when a relief is due (cum dicta terra fuerit relevianda) they shall give for ward, relief and marriage, ½d.; for this Roger gave him 9 marks beforehand. Witnesses:—William de Grenedone, Adam le Conter, William de Southcumbe, and others (named). La Fenne, Thursday, the feast of St. Edmund, archbishop of Canterbury, 6 Edward II.
[Sussex.]C. 4429. Quitclaim by Robert son of Robert de Wylesham to Richard de Wylesham, his uncle, of his right in a piece of land called 'Welland' with sufficient way to water his beasts (ad aquandum animalia) in a field called 'Erlette'; which land and way Richard has by the gift of Robert de Wylesham, Robert's grandfather. Wylysham, Thursday after the feast of St. John before the Latin Gate, 15 Edward III.
Kent.C. 4430. Grant by John Wulsy of the parish of Yaldyng to Thomas Owde and John Owde of the same of four parcels of land with a 'lake' in the borough (burgh[er]a) of Rugmerehyll in Yaldyng, containing 10a., &c. 29 December, 19 Henry VII.
[Cumberland.]C. 4431. Grant by William de Mulcastr' to Sir Henry de Maltona of all his land of Threpeland with his capital messuage there, all his land which John de Haytona held of him in Alderschow, and a certain tillage (quandam culturam terre) in Blenerhayset called 'le Fyche.' Witnesses:—Sir John de Castre, sheriff of Cumberland, Richard de Kirkebride, Alexander de Bastenthawyt and Robert de Bampton, knights, Robert Brune, lord of Bothel, Richard Brune his brother and others (named). Carlisle, Sunday after the feast of St. Luke, 1316.
[Sussex.]C. 4432. Grant by Robert de Wylshamme to Robert son of Robert de Wylshamme his son (filii mei) of all his tenement in the parish of Hasseburnehamme except 12a. land lying dispersed and named 'Undertoune,' 'Somerlese,' 'Broclond,' 'Wellond' and 'Arlet.' Witnesses:—John de Wilshamme, Richard de Wylshamme, and others (named). Hasseburnehamme, the feast of the translation of St. Richard, 13 Edward III. Seal.
[Sussex.]C. 4433. Grant by William Huberd, styled 'Cok,' of Asshbournham, to John Wylsham of all his tenement called 'Scottys' in the parish of Asshebournham, next land of Thomas Peplesham, called 'Knolle,' and land called 'Collynghammeswyssh.' Tuesday before the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 6 Henry V.
Montgom.C. 4434. Grant by Hugh ap John ap Gruff[ydd], free tenant of Rulas and Melyneog Vawr, co. Mountgomery, 'yoman,' to John Wyn ap David ap William and David ap John ap Hoell Gethyn of a messuage called Tyddyn Jev[a]n ap Lle[wel]in Saez and of all his land, &c., in the towns and county aforesaid, to the use of himself for life and after his death to the use of the heirs both male and female between him and Elizabeth verch Jevan Vychan, whom he proposes to take to wife, begotten, with remainder to his own right heirs. Rulas, 7 June, 15 Elizabeth.
[Chaster.] [Staff.]C. 4435. Indenture made at Bettele, 5 April, 26 Edward III., between Sir John de Haukeston of the one part and Nicholas de Haukeston, his brother, and William Baillif of Hodynet, chaplain, of the other, witnessing that whereas Sir John has enfeoffed them of the manors of Wryme, Madele, Onele, Audele, and Stanlawe, and other land, &c., in Leek, Chetylton, Wythenford and Haywod and also given them all his goods and chattels as appears by a charter and deed thereof made; they grant for themselves and their heirs that they will reenfeoff him and Anable, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies of the said manors, &c., and give him back the said goods, &c., when it shall please him; otherwise the charter of feoffment and grant of goods to be void. French. Seal of arms. Cf. A. 11210.
[Sussex.]C. 4436. Quitclaim by Richard son and heir of John Alfray to John Wody the elder of his right in a toft and a meadow called 'WardeIysmede' containing 3½a. in the parish of Estgrenstede. 20 November, 18 Edward IV. Seal, damaged.
[Staff.]C. 4437. Grant by Nicholas de Ochull to Henry Kene and Lettice his wife of a place of land within the fee of Madeleye in Wrymeforde between 'le Parrock,' &c. Monday before the Ascension, 18 Edward II.
[Devon.]C. 4438. Grant by Richard Streche of Wasford, for his soul and the souls of his wife and parents, to the prior and monks of St. Mary Magdalen of Barnastapolia, of ½ mark rent from his land of Wasford in pure alms, for increase of the ½ mark which he owed before, so that he and his heirs pay 1 mark therefrom forever, with right of distraint both in his land of Derte and in his land of Wasford. Witnesses:— Sir Henry Tracy, Sir Archibald le Fleming (Flandrensi), William de Raleg', Philip de Bello Monte, and others (named). Dated A.D. 1233.
[Kent.]C. 4439. Grant by Peter Smyth of the parish of Tudele to John Burghard of the parish of Lynton of a piece of land called 'Denyscumb' in Lynton. Thursday after St. Faith, 6 Henry V.
Suff.C. 4440. Manumission by William Spynk, prior of the cathedral church of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, and the convent of the same, of Robert Wrenne of Yaxle and Thomas Wrenne of Melles, their bondmen (nativis de sanguine). 26 September, 1498, 14 Henry VII.
[Bedford.]C. 4441. Grant by John Duraunt of Dunstapl' to Thomas his brother of a messuage in Dunstapl', in South Street (vico del South) in a lane formerly called the lane of Simon le Taylour, with free ingress and egress from 'Watlyngestrate,' through the said lane. Tuesday after St. Augustine, 35 Edward I.
[Staff.]C. 4442. Grant by Thomas son of William Wattesone of Bettileye to Geoffrey son of Hugh Rosesone of the same, of a place of peatery and turbary in Bettileye, between the mill-leat (doito), &c. Witnesses:— Adam Anyn and Peter le Lokere, bailiffs of Bettileye, and others (named). Sunday after St. Leonard, 21 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 4443. Grant by William Galione and John Kyn to John Galione and Cristina his wife and his heirs and assigns, of 2a. land in the parish of Wolewych which they had by his gift. Sunday, the feast of St. Mark, 24 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
Endorsed:—. . . . in marisco, ex parte Essex.
[Derby.]C. 4444. Grant by William Boteler of Repyndon to Richard the chaplain of Repyndon and Hugh de Engulby of the same, of all his land, &c., there. Monday after St. Chad the Bishop, 3 Henry IV.
[Essex.]C. 4445. Quitclaim by William de Maldon to John son of Osbert de Lakstrate of Asschyldam of his right in 5s. rent from the land, &c., which he recovered against the said John in Asschildam. The eve of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 32 Edward III.
[Herts.]C. 4446. Grant by Richard Albon of Dunstaple to John Trougth of the same of a piece of land in the field of Kenesworth which he had by the gift of Richard Angewyn. Dunstaple, the morrow of St. Dunstan, 20 Richard II. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 4447. Grant by Thomas Nicholas of Dunstapl' to William Wilshamstede of the same of la. land in the field of Kenesworth. Kenesworth, Sunday after St. Matthias, 45 Edward III.
Kent.C. 4448. Indenture quadrupartite, whereby Michael Shakewey of Berham, reciting that he had enfeoffed Thomas Goldyng, Richard Smothe and Simon Goldyng, of Berham, and Richard Mynot of Bourne, of all his land, &c., in the parishes of Berham, Kyngeston, Stellyng, Orgoryswyke and Seintemaricherche, or elsewhere, co. Kent, without any condition, declares nevertheless that his will is:—that Parnel, his wife, after his death have all the said land, &c., for her life and that after her death all the land, &c, which they have in Kyngeston, Orgoryswyke, and Seintemaricherche, parcel thereof, remain to John Cherche and Isabel his wife, his daughter and her heirs and assigns; and that all the land, &c, which they have in the parish of Stellyng, at Pinestede, and in the parish of Berham in places called 'Southberham' and 'Southderyngeston,' which latter were late of Thomas Bakere of Berham remain after her death to Richard son of John Denne and to Eleanor his wife, and the heirs of Richard; and that all the land, &c., which they have in the parish of Berham in places called 'Calbergh,' 'Grenehell,' 'Berhammed,' 'Pykelottemere,' and 'Hamme,' and by 'Barhamcherche' after her death be sold and the money received therefrom disposed for the souls of William his father and Ellen his mother, and for his own soul, and for the souls of Cecily and Parnel, his wives, and for the souls of his children and of all faithful deceased, in works of charity, &c; provided that the said John Cherche and Isabel his wife be preferred purchasers thereof by 100s. Berham, the morrow of All Souls, 21 Henry VI. One seal.
Chester.C. 4449. Demise by Lucy le Coroun for her life to Ralph de Hasel- welle of the dower coming to her by the endowing of Sir Patrick de Haselwelle, of the demesne arable of the said Sir Patrick, with meadows, gardens, fisheries and with two cottages, saving to her the other dower assigned to her by the escheator of the earl of Chester. in the said town of Haselwelle; rendering to her therefore yearly 31s.; grant by Ralph that she may distrain for the said rent on all his land, &c., in the said town. Witnesses:—Richard de Fougheleshurst, sheriff of 'Cestriser' and others (named). Haselwelle, 5 July, 7 Edward II.
[Heref.]C. 4450. Grant by Giles Osbern of Stretton to John his son of a messuage and 20a. land in Stretton and 3a. land in Breynton, situate as described. Sunday before St. Margaret, 20 Edward III.
Lincoln.C. 4451. Grant by John de Bultham of Lincoln, 'couper,' to Agnes late the wife of Robert de Wylingham, of a messuage in the parish of the Holy Cross in Wykford, in the suburb of Lincoln, which he had by the gift of the executors of Richard de Rydale of Lincoln. Witnesses:—John de Sutton, mayor of Lincoln, John de Hodelston and John Belle, bailiffs, and others (named). Sunday after the Ascension, 1368, 42 Edward III.
[Bedford.]C. 4452. Defeasance of a grant by William Juwel of Thornecote to Geoffrey Hamond of Estcotes of 20s. yearly rent from all his land, &c, in Beeston, viz., if Geoffrey have quiet enjoyment of a messuage &c., in Estcotes without disturbance by William, Joan his wife, or her heirs, the grant to be void. Tuesday before St. Matthias, 31 Edward III. Seal of arms with legend, sigill[vm. wa]lteri [py]got.
[Staff.]C. 4453. Grant by William son of Gregory de Bettileyg to Gregory his son, of his part of a messuage in Madeleyg under Lyme, and of all his land, &c., in the same town, formerly of Nicholas Cotyn, together with the dower of Maud Cotyn, when it happen; to hold his part of the said messuage, and of the land, &c. Wednesday after the Translation of St. Thomas, 4 Edward II. Seal.
[Hants.]C. 4454. Demise by William Rybourgh and Ellen his wife to William Cole and Cristina his wife, for the term of the life of the said Ellen, of lands, &c, called 'Wymond' in Testewode, late of John Wrangi, with 'Crokernesmore' and 'Pykedecroft,' at a yearly rent of 21s. Noteschel[yng], Monday before St. Michael, 5 Richard II. Fragments of seals.
Kent.C. 4455. Grant by Thomas Ladd of Horton to William Neuport, citizen and fishmonger of London, of 40s. rent from all his land, &c., in the parish of Horton. Kyngesdon, 22 May, 50 Edward III. French.
[Salop.]C. 4456. Demise in fee farm by John ap Madoc ap Eignus, and Mered[ith] ap Roger ap Eign[us], proctors of the fraternity of the Holy Cross of Osewestr[e], Sir John Clerke, vicar of Oes[ewestre], Thomas ap Rees, D[avi]d ap Guttyn ap Gr[ono], and John Wyn ap D[avi]d ap Eign[us], brethren of the same fraternity, with the consent of all the other brethren, to Sir John ap William, chaplain, of a burgage, bequeathed to them by Margaret verch Jankin, one of their sisters, to the use of the said fraternity, in Oss[ewestre] in Chirton Street between the High Street and a croft called 'le Spity Crofte,' at 20d. rent. Witnesses:—John Arundell, knight, steward of the town and lordship of Oss[ewestre], Richard Saltere and Thomas ap Ric[hard], chief bailiffs of the said town, and others (named). 12 May, 10 Henry VII.
[Chester.]C. 4457. Grant by Robert de Greseleye, knight, for his life, to Nicholas de Haukeston of his manor of Neubolt under Lime which he had by the gift of Richard de Venables the younger. Witnesses:— Sir John de Legh, Sir Geoffrey de Werburton, and Sir Peter de Thorneton, knights, Thomas de Dotton and Henry de Beeston. Sunday after St. Scholastica, 24 Edward III. Seal of arms.
[Kent.]C. 4458. Grant by Agnes daughter of William de Godyngton of the parish of Chellesfeld to William de Roderham of all her land, &c., in Chellesfeld and 10s. rent called 'Castilward' in the town of Strode. Witnesses:—Sir Otho de Grandissono and others (named). Chesilhust, Friday after the Circumcision, 27 Edward III. Seal.
Herts.C. 4459. Grant by Richard Bebet of the parish of Tiscote, co. Hertford, to Thomas Walrond of Great Kymbell, co. Bucks, of a half- acre of meadow in Tiscote in a place called 'Byrchefurlong.' Wit- nesses:—Robert Whityngham, knight, Thomas Rokes, esquire, and others (named). Monday after St. Anne, Mother of the Virgin, 26 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Herts.C. 4460. Grant by Richard Barry, chaplain, and John Salcok of Masseworth to Richard Est otherwise called Bybet of all the land, &c., which they had by his gift in Naldewyk, Tyscote and Bettelowe. Witnesses:—Henry Puttenham and Bernard Brokas, esquires, and others (named). 15 January, 31 Henry VI. One seal.
Notts.C. 4461. Quitclaim by William Sporoun of Notingham to John Bryan of the same of his right in all his messuages with gardens in a street called 'le Milneholes,' leading to the castle mills. Witnesses:— William de Mekisbo[rough], mayor of Notingham, John de Driffeld, bailiff of the same town in the French borough (burgo Francisco) and others (named). Monday before St. Matthew, 11 Edward II. Frag- ment of seal.
[Worc.]C. 4462. Grant by John Heyward of Wyke to Thomas Kyngton of Pershore and Richard Balke of Wyke of all his land, &c., in the town and fields of Wyke which he had by the gift of Joan Baron late the wife of John Baron of Wyke, together with Richard Forthey and John Baron of Pershore. Monday before St. Matthew, 9 Henry VI.
Chester.C. 4463. Grant by Thomas son of Rothoric to Urian de Eggerton, Amelia his wife and his heirs, of all the land, &c, with the reversion of a messuage and ten sellions of land which William son of Heyna (Heyne) and Wladussa his wife hold for their lives, which he had on day of date in Neuton by Oldecastel, with 'husbold' and 'haybold,' 'tacfre' and 'stalagefre' and common of pasture in the wood of Oldecastel, in all places thereof for them and their tenants. Wit- nesses:—David de Eggerton, sheriff of Cestres[ire] and others (named). Wednesday after St. Barnabas, 1333. Seal.
[Notts.]C. 4464. Grant by Margery More late the wife of Roger More of Newerk to William More, clerk, William Wro, chaplain, and Thomas Mitton of Newerk, of a messuage in 'Barnebygate' of Newerk which she had, together with the said Roger, by the gift of Thomas Aylef, chaplain. 9 July, 19 Henry VI. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 4465. Bond by William Godsped of the parish of Trenge and Robert atte Ponde of the same, to Henry de la Sale of Draytone Beuchamp in 20l. for corn, &c., bought of him in sheaf at Bettelowe; to be paid him in his house at Wyvelesthorne at certain dates. 20 April, 2 Edward III.
Kent.C. 4466. Quitclaim by Simon Andrewe and John Andrewe sons of Philip Andrewe of Chellesfeld, to Nicholas Lathell of St. Mary Cray, gentleman, Thomas Bledlowe alderman of London, and John Stokys and John Clerk, citizens and grocers of London, of their right in 4a. land which descended to them on their father's death, lying in Chellesfeld, viz. la. in 'Gretewestfeld,' and 'Alleferlond,' la. by 'Asshefeld,' la. at 'Whitediche,' ½a. in 'Litelwestfeld' and ½a. in 'Northcroft'. 6 January, 15 Edward [IV.].
Endorsed: . . . . apud Godyngton.
[Lincoln.]C. 4467. Grant by John Abbot of Hadclyf and Thomas Abbot of Alesby to John Redhede of Wathe and Joan his wife of a messuage and 5½a. arable in Wathe whereof they were enfeoffed by the said John; if she survive she is to have the said messuage, &c., for life and a year over, &c. Witnesses:—Sir John Brunham, vicar of Wathe, and others (named). 4 August, 15 Henry VI.
[Notts.]C. 4468. Grant by Robert son and heir of William son of Adam de Cossale to Sir Robert de Cossale rector of Hegham by Hynkeley, co. Leicester, and his heirs, of a place of meadow by the brook from the marsh, between the meadow of Sir William de Cossale, &c., which Sir Robert has for term of years by the demise of himself and Joan his mother, &c. Cossale, Wednesday before St. Thomas the Apostle, 14 Edward III. Fragment of seal.
[Norfolk.]C. 4469. Grant by Adam Hauker, chaplain, to Walter Howe of Shotesham, Joan his wife, and the heirs of Walter, of land, &c., late of Adam Owhen in Shotesham and Saxlyngham, on condition that Walter pay 12l. at certain dates. Wednesday, the feast of St. Martin in Winter, 18 Richard II. Seal, damaged.
[Herts.]C. 4470. Grant by Avice Horton of Bettelowe to Geoffrey Est of the same, Agnes his wife and the heirs of their bodies, of a place of pasture called 'Hodes' in 'le est feld' abutting 'in to Waleysbury' with la. arable there, in Bettelowe. Thursday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 39 Edward III.
[Bedford.]C. 4471. Grant by Roger Perseyl of Thornecote to Robert Perseyl his brother, Avice the wife and Joan the daughter of the said Robert, and the heirs of the said Joan, of a half-acre of land in the field of Beston abutting on 'le Dene,' &c. Sunday after St. Ambrose, 4 Edward III. Seal.
[Sussex.]C. 4472. Grant by Robert de Wilesham to William de Megham, son and heir of John de Megham, of two pieces of land at Wilesham in the parish of Esscheburnham; also grant of marl for William's land there when required; for this William gave him two pieces of land there in exchange. Sunday after St. Matthew, 7 Edward III.
[Notts.]C. 4473. Grant by John de Byngham the elder of Newthorp to William Byspham, William Belgrave, bailiff, Robert Atkynson and John Chadwyk of a messuage and a half-acre of land with a croft adjacent in Newthorp formerly of Robert de Turesalt, vicar of Greseley, which he had by the gift of William fitz William, prior of Beauvale (Bella Valle) and the convent of the same, rendering therefore yearly to the said prior and convent 12d. 10 October, 9 Henry [IV.].
[Bedford.]C. 4474. Grant by John Russel the elder of Toternho to Joan late the wife of Richard Michel of the same of a messuage in Wybesnade abutting on 'Wybesnadegrene'; also of land, etc., formerly of Richard Pakun of Toternho in South Street (vico de South), Toternho and the fields of the same. Wednesday before St. Mark, 23 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 4475. Grant by Henry Grove to John Wolcy of a grange, with garden and croft adjacent, between the highway from Longgesole co Ayllysford and the highway from Ayllysford to Larkefeld; also of ½a. arable lying under 'Pappysden' with a 'haghe' in the parish of Ayllisford. Wednesday after the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 22 Richard [II]. Seal.
Worc.C. 4476. Counterpart of grant by Walter Corbet to Thomas Seysyngton and Agnes his wife for the term of their lives of a messuage with toft in Madyresfeld called 'Rollys,' late of John Farleys; also of two crofts of land called 'Moysews,' and another at 'le Haywodys Yate'; also of 1a. land by 'le Mylle Pole' in Madyresfeld; at the rent of a red rose at Midsummer; upon condition that they do repairs and that after their decease the premises revert to him; provided that if Agnes survive Thomas, and be married to another man, it be lawful for him to re-enter, &c., this charter and seisin had thereon notwithstanding. Witnesses:—William Bracy, lord of Madyresfeld and others [named]. 10 Jan. 13 Henry VI.
Salop. Staffs.C. 4477. Grant by Ralph Eggerton to Richard Fletcher, Richard Hawekyn and John Wodelok, clerks, of all his land, &c., in Drayton in Hales, Hamptonwode, Moretonsay, Grauhonger and Oneley, co. Salop, and Butterton, Betteley, Madeley and Wrynehull, co. Stafford. Wrynehull, Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 14 Henry VI. Seal.
[Bedford.]C. 4478. Grant by Robert Bodenho of Beeston to William Ruseby of the same of 1½a. land lying dispersed in the fields of Beeston, viz., la. in 'Nethirbanneworth' between land of the abbot of Wardon, &c., ½a. on 'Clayhul' between 'le Greneweye' leading from Bodenho to Thornecote, &c. 10 November, 3 Henry V.
[Kent.]C. 4479. Grant by William de Godynton to John son of Adam de Frendesbery of all the land, &c., which descended to him after the death of Simon de Godinton his brother in Chellesfeld and Strode, for 100 marks, which John gave him beforehand in gersum. Monday, the eve of St. Michael, 1 Edward III, 1327. Seal.
[Lincoln.]C. 4480. Grant by Alan Thomson of Kirketon in Holand son and heir of John son of Alan Thomson otherwise called John son of Alan Thomas (Thome) of the same, to Thomas Meres of Kirketon, aforesaid the younger, esquire, John Keleby, William Howson and Thomas Conyn, of the same, of a piece of land in the field of Kirketon called 'Kirketon Enge,' which with other land, &c., the said John. his father, jointly with Alan son of Thomas Randson of Kirketon, Richard Nuttyng and Thomas Nuttyng of the same had by the gift of Alan Cole of Kirketon. 24 May, 28 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Bedford.]C. 4481. Indenture, Thursday before St. Hilary, 42 Edward III., witnessing that [whereas] William Crouft of Beeston has given William Juel a headland (foreram) lying on 'Delleforlong' containing a half-acre of land, he wills and grants that if William Juel, his heirs or assigns, be impleaded concerning the said half-acre, it may be lawful for the said William Juel to enter, have and hold an acre of land in 'the Holmmoldylond,' &c.; if William be not impleaded this writing indented to be void. Fragment of seal.
[Sussex.]C. 4482. Grant by Richard Brode and Richard Forester to Richard Redeford and Joan his wife of four houses with garden in Rouspere, called 'le Gardiners,' late of William Gardiner and Isabel his wife, between the highway from Horsham to Dorkyng, &c.; also of a croft of land containing ½a. in the same parish, between the highway from Horsham to London and the highway from the parish church of Rousparr to Craule, &c.; all which they had by the gift of William Herefen. Sunday after the Assumption, 13 Henry IV. One seal.
[Herts.]C. 4483. Demise by Robert de Ipre and Eleanor his wife to William Cokesdell for his life of a parcel of pasture in Bettelowe, which parcel is within the honor and liberty of Walyngford, at 6d. rent for the first year and thereafter [18]d. Monday after the Conversion of St. Paul, 29 Edward III. Seal.
[Lincoln.]C. 4484. Grant by Adam de Briggesle of Weflesby to Sir William Baron, vicar of Clee and his heirs, of all his land, &c., in Weflesby in the parish of Clee. Saturday, the eve of the Assumption, 1372.
[Worc.]C. 4485. Grant by Agnes Berne late the wife of John Berne to John Vaunpage of a messuage in Perschore and nine selions of arable in the lower field of Wyke, rendering therefore to her 10s. at the usual quarters and a gown (robam competentem) at Easter yearly during her life. 5 September, 5 Henry VI. Seal.
C. 4486. Grant by Robert Davys to Thomas le Meleward and Joan his wife of three selions of land in the fields of Nasche, viz., one called 'le Hadrug' in 'Colverewalleffeld,' reaching to 'le Leppezate,' as far as 'Colverewallesciche,' and two in 'Schutelowefeld,' by 'Har- paresputte,' between land of William Bastard and Richard Milet; at the yearly rent of ½d. Witnesses:—John de Seynt George, Walter de Foxcote, Thomas de Boditone, Richard Skot, Geoffrey de Nor- grove. Le Nache, Wednesday, the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 29 Edward III.
Chester.C. 4487. Grant by Philip de Eggerton to Henry de Barton and Marjory his wife, and the heirs of Henry lawfully begotten, of a messuage with garden between the church of St. Olave, &c., in the city of Chester, with remainder if Henry die without such issue to Ran[ulph] brother of the said Henry and to John de Forde successively in tail, with reversion in default to his own right heirs; rent 5s. Witnesses:—John de Ewlowe, mayor, and Hugh de Multon and John de Torpurley, sheriffs of Chester and others (named). Thursday after St. Peter and St. Paul, 11 Henry IV. Seal.
[Lincoln.]C. 4488. Grant by William de Wath of Thorpe to Walter de Skamelby of Wath and Nicholaa his wife, and the heirs of Walter, of the place of a toft, measured, in Wath, containing three falls less 2ft. by three falls, 13ft., by six falls, 2ft. &c. Witnesses:— Walter de Croxby, of Wath and others (named). Sunday after the Circumcision, 1363.
[Lincoln.]C. 4489. Grant by William Nuttyng, dwelling in Hale, to Thomas Hayland and Alexander Smyth, of Kyrketon in Holand, of a piece of land there, in a field called 'Brokkeland,' between land of John Wyl- lughby, knight, and land formerly Alexander Peerson's called 'Marjoryholme,' which together with Alan Conyn, Richard Smyth and Roger Harvy, since deceased, he had by the gift of Richard Nuttyng, his father. 10 January, 49 and 1 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
Cambridge. Essex.C. 4490. Quitclaim by Richard, son of Thomas Chaumpeneys of Sele, co. Kent, son and heir of Parnel sometime wife of the said Thomas, to John son of Geoffrey Squyrel of Haveryng, co. Essex, for 40 marks beforehand of his right in land, &c, with the liberty of a fold and other liberties which the said John holds in Trippelawe, co. Cambridge, for the term of his life by the curtesy, after the death of Katharine his wife, sister of the said Parnel; and which ought to revert to him (Richard) or his heirs (and in the town of Cristishale, co. Essex) as next heirs of the said Katharine and Parnel. Wit- nesses:—Robert de Wandovere, bailiff of Haveryng, Nicholas de Rum- ford, his clerk and others (named). Hornedecherche, co. Essex, Tuesday before St. Barnabas, 5 Edward II. Seal, with legend s. ricardi. cavmpenel.; counter seal, a hawk preying on a coney.
N'hamp.C. 4491. Copy on parchment of an indenture whereby Richard le Moyne of Little Brampton, reciting that William de Welledon, Master of the hospital of St. David without Norhampton, before Robert de Betford and John de Mutford justices of assize, co. Northampton, had brought a writ of nouvel disseisin against him, and Peter his brother, for that that they had diverted a water-course in Little Brampton to the hurt of the Master's free tenement in Bucton; upon the intervention of common friends and perceiving the Master's action to be just, grants that he will, within three days (triduum) repair the diversion; and grants that the Master and his servants, for the repair of a place of land called 'le Fletso,' belonging to the Master's mill of Bucton, may stand in his land of Brampton, &c.; with bond in 40s. for observance of covenants. Brampton, Mon- day after the octave of the Holy Trinity, 2 Edward II. In the presence of Sir Philip de Nevil, Sir Adam de Goldingham, parson of the church of Kyslyngbury, John de Bucton and William de Sancto Mauro, who have put to their seals as witnesses.
Bucks. Herts.C. 4492. Grant by Robert son and heir of William Shepperde of Berkamstode to John de Bladingtone, chaplain, Richard Clay and Henry Clay of Berkamstode, of a messuage in the borough of Ber- hamstode; also of all his land, &c., in the borough and 'halymote' of Berkhamstode, co. Hertford; also of all his land, &c, in Whyt- churche, co. Buckingham. Thursday after St. Peter's Chains, 35 Edward III.
[Bedford.]C. 4493. Grant by William Milward, William Wayte, Eustace Pertesoyll and Richard Payn to Ellen late the wife of Thomas Juel of Thornecote in the parish of Northyevell of all the land, &c., which they had by the gift of the said Thomas in Beeston; to hold for the term of her life, with reversion to themselves. 12 July, 9 Henry V. Fragment of seal.
London. Middx.C. 4494. Letter of attorney by John Lynton, parson of the church of St. Vedast (Seint Fastr'), London, and John Broke of Rademelde, to William Stamynden, citizen and goldsmith of London, to collect their rents, &c, in the city of London and county of Middlesex. Saturday after St. Peter's Chains, 12 (secunde disme) Richard II. French.
[Wilts.]C. 4495. Demise by Richard Grombold of Marlebergh to John Mulle of Remmesbury and Edith his wife for twenty-three years of two cottages in the marsh, &c., as in C. 3772. Witnesses:—Thomas Heose, mayor of Marleberg', and others (named). Marlebergh, 14 May, 4 Henry IV. Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]C. 4496. Indenture witnessing that Sir Gilbert Chastellein has sold to Sir John Trillowe, the wardship of all the land, &c., which formerly were John Paynel's in Borewarscote till the full age of Thomas son and heir of the said John Paynel, with the marriage of the said heir, as Gilbert bought it of the Prince and of Sir Roger de Cotesford, except the land, &c., which Thomas Paynel, uncle of the said heir holds there, which Gilbert has reserved in case the said Thomas die within thir- teen (tresse) years next; rendering therefore to Sir Gilbert 20l. from year to year during thirteen (tresse) years next; but if Thomas the son die within thirteen (tresse) years, the rent to cease from that hour on. Frankeley, 24 January, 26 Edward III. French. Seal of arms (on a bend three castles).
[Notts.]C. 4497. Grant by John Batys of Laxton to Margery More late the wife of Roger More of Newerk, William More, clerk, William Wro, chaplain, and Thomas Mitton of a messuage in Appultongate, Newerk, between a messuage of the prior and convent of St. Katharine without Lincoln and a messuage late of the said Roger, which together with the said Roger, since deceased, and Walter Sampson, chaplain, he had by the gift of William Baldeston and John Hornyngwold, chaplains, as also bv the release of the said Walter. 9 July, 19 Henry VI. Seal.
[Kent.]C. 4498. Grant by Justina Purseriche, one of the daughters and heirs of Geoffrey Purseriche, to Stephen Wyndey of Rokynge of a piece of meadow containing 1½a. 1r. in the parish of Rokynge, in the tenure of the court of Werhorne abutting on land of the rectory of Rokinge, &c.; also of the moiety of a piece of arable there containing 2a. abutting on land of the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, &c.; also of 1½a. 20p., in five pieces, there, in the tenure of the court of Ikham. Rokynge, 18 July, 7 Henry IV. Seal.
[Norf.]C. 4499. Grant by Henry le Romeyn of Smalberghe to Thomas le Throwere of the same, of a piece of land in Smalberghe, situate as described. Witnesses:—Sir Oliver Wyth, knight, and others (named). Wednesday after St. Hilary, 12 Edward III.
[Sussex.]C. 4500. Quitclaim by Isabel relict of Bartholomew Broker of Hoo to John Wylsham of Asshbournhamme of her right in 3a. 1r. land called 'Payneslond' in the parish of Wertlyng, whereof she was enfeoffed jointly with her said husband by James Smyth. 6 November, 4 Henry VI. Seal.