Deeds
C.5301 - C.5400

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1915

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'Deeds: C.5301 - C.5400', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 204-217. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64483 Date accessed: 24 October 2014.


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C.5301 - C.5400

Lincoln.C. 5301. Grant by John Grene of Wathe to John Redhed of Wathe and Alan Kedyngton of the same, of all his land, &c. in Wathe and Fenby. Sunday, the feast of St. Juliana, 5 Henry VI.
[Staff.]C. 5302. Grant by William Poutrel to John de Haddon of 1a. land at 'le Redeweye' next land of William Underthewod, and two butts of land upon 'Syheresfeldeweye' next land of Nicholas Upintheton in the field and fee of Waturfal. Witnesses:—William de Caldon, and others (named). Sunday after St. Andrew, 1316.
C. 5303. Chirograph indented, witnessing that, 22 Edward [I.], at the feast of St. Thomas Apostle, it was agreed as follows, to wit, that Maud . . . . and Thomas her son demised to Cecily relict of Nicholas de Jarpevile for her life of a . . . . [between] . . . . of the said Cecily and the tenement of John son of Nicholas de Jarpevile, one head abutting . . . . and the other upon Cotstowe; to hold for her life; rent, 1d. Witnesses:—Edmund de Birton, Nicholas de Holecumbe, . . . . de Weston, Richard de Norton, William le Warde, and others (named).
[Essex.]C. 5304. Quitclaim by John son and heir of John de Claveryngg of Alvithele to Richard Chareman of his right in a messuage, 100a. land, 4a. meadow, 12a. pasture, 5a. wood and 14s. rent in Claveryngg which Richard had by the grant and demise of Avelina his sister. 4 July, 5 Edward III. Cf. C. 5343.
[Lincoln.]C. 5305. Grant by John Nalman, vicar of the church of Killingholm, to Humphrey son of Hamon Moynge and the heirs of his body of a toft in Hathenesse in Stalingburgh which he had by the grant of William Moynge, Humphrey's brother, with remainder in default to Joan daughter of William son of Hamon Moynge and the heirs of her body, with remainder in default to Philip de Hagh and the heirs of his body, with remainder in default to the right heirs of William son of Hamon Moynge. Stalingburgh, Sunday the feast of St. Leonard, 1351.
[Kent.]C. 5306. Grant by Henry ate Park to Henry Gerard and Ydonia his wife of 1a. land in the parish of Hevre between his garden and the road from Couden to Hevre; for this they gave him 9s. 6d. beforehand. Witnesses:—Stephen de Spokregge, Simon de Lynkell, and others (named). The morrow of the Circumcision, 23 Edward I.
Essex.C. 5307. Indenture witnessing that on Saturday, 1 April 3 Edward III, Thomas de Lodelowe has received from Adam de Thunderle all arrears due to him for a yearly rent of 100s. granted to him in fee by John de Thunderle, citizen of London, since deceased, from tenements in Thunderle and Depeden.
Middx.C. 5308. Indenture of demise by Edmund Rede, knight, and Katharine his wife to William Turnour of Haddeley of a close called 'Loftes Londe' in the same town, the wood (bosco) in the same close reserved, for forty-one years next at 40s. rent. 6 December, . . . . Edward IV.
[Essex.]C. 5309. Grant by Isabel Rypon, late the wife of Roger Rypon, of the hamlet of Romford, widow, to Richard Quylter and Joan his wife of a piece of land, four score and 14ft. of a man (pedes hominis) by 19ft. of a man in the hamlet aforesaid, abutting on Romforde market place, &c.; rent, 12d. Witnesses:—Ralph Tyle, bailiff of Haveryng, and others (named). Romforde, Sunday in the octave of Easter, 13 Richard II.
[Essex.]C. 5310. Grant by Robert Plomer the elder to Thomas Wode, chief justice of the king of the Common Bench, Robert Reed, one of the justices of the King's Bench, Richard Fytz Lowes, knight, John Mordaunte and Thomas Frowyk, serjeants-at-law, Robert Wodrove, Henry Hornby, Ralph Haymes and William Cawston, clerks, Richard Potyer and Thomas Wyburgh of a tenement in Sandon called 'Mepsales,' and of all the lands, &c. in Sandon, Little Badowe and Danbery which Henry Danyell now holds to farm, also of all the land, &c. called 'Southlond' in Sandon aforesaid; to hold, &c. for the performance of his last will. Sandon, 1 August, 16 Henry VII.
[Heref.]C. 5311. Grant by Roger de Chaundos, lord of Welynton, to Thomas de Chaundos of Strongeford of 6a. arable in Welynton, in exchange for other 6a. there, situate as described. Wednesday before St. Ethelbert. King and Martyr, 19 Edward III.
[Surrey.]C. 5312. Grant by Richard Scotard, citizen of London, to William Cresewyk, William Hyde. 'grocer,' William Parker, 'mercer,' John Cokeyn, 'serjaunt,' John Wakefeld, William Coupere, chaplain, and John Bygod, chaplain, of 2a. meadow which he purchased of Thomas Fisshe, styled 'Hosiere,' of Suthwerk, lying in a meadow called 'le Sterte,' in the parish of St. Giles of Camerwell, and of all that half acre of meadow lying there which he purchased of Robert Ricard. Pekham, 10 September, 23 Richard II. Cf. C. 5327.
[Kent.]C. 5313. Grant by William de Cobham to Thomas Lovekyn of pasture for eleven sheep of the salt marsh lying in the parish of St. Mary in Hoo, in a marsh called 'Janekyn Mersche,' with rushes (cirpis), roads, waters and other appurtenances. 31 January, 8 Henry IV.
Kent.C. 5314. Grant by Richard Cok of Farneberghe to Richard Watte of Downe of 2a., a virgate and a day work (daywerkatam) of land in the parish of Farneberghe, in a place called 'Alisdene,' situate as described. The feast of the Conception of St. Mary the Virgin, 13 Henry IV. Seal.
C. 5315. Grant by William Chenew of the parish of Lyegh to Roger Hariod, otherwise called Twonowr, of the same parish of a tenement with garden and three crofts, formerly Henry Gelotte's, in the parish of Lyegh; rent, 8s. Tuesday before St. Katharine, 13 Henry VI.
[Norfolk.]C. 5316. Grant by Thomas Frenge, clerk, Richard Hogekynnes and Richard Cok to John Kedelham the elder, Thomas Walyssh, Adam Clerk, John Wende and John Fayrcok of two pieces of land in a place called 'Akyrgate' in Thorp Market, situate as described, which they had with other land, by the gift of John Halle son of Richard Halle, formerly of Antyngham. Southreppes, 20 May, 24 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Notts.]C. 5317. Grant by John son of Robert de Lenton to William de . . . . and Maud his wife, and Richard their son and the heirs of Richard of 2s. rent from all his land, &c. in Lenton; for that grant William has discharged him from 2s. rent granted to Richard de Gremeston. Witnesses:—John Passeys of Sutton, and others (named). Lenton, Sunday before St. Barnabas, 10 Edward III.
[Suffolk.]C. 5318. Quitclaim by Margery late the wife of Robert Eysveyleyn of Weybred, widow, to Alan Ernald of the same of her right by way of dower in a piece of land called 'Morescehalfacre' in the town aforesaid. Friday after St. Augustine the Bishop, 6 Edward III.
[Worc.]C. 5319. Grant by John son of Sarah Stub of Brihtlampton, to Robert le Palmer of the same and Margery his wife and the heirs of Robert of 1a. arable in the field of Brihtlampton in the tillage called 'Binethedene' abutting upon 'Leynteforlong' and 'in le Greep de la Dene,' &c. Witnesses:—Thomas de Bello Campo, William Fulhardy, and others (named). Friday after St. Luke, 18 Edward III.
Huntingdon.C. 5320. Grant by Roger de Leyburne to his beloved knight Sir John de Kirkebi, for his homage and service, of his whole manor of Boultone, to hold to him and the heirs of his body; rent, three barbed arrows on the feast of the Finding of the Holy Cross, for all service; with reversion in default of John's issue to himself. Wit- nessés:—Sir Henry Enganye, Sir Robert Dufford, Sir William de Subiri, and Sir Stephen de Wttune, knights, and others (named). Saturday after St. Barnabas, 1270.
C. 5321. Quitclaim by Ag[nes late the wife of . . . . ] Virly of Brambeleye, widow, to William Burre of her right by way of feoffment and dower in 1½a. land which William holds at 'Mayespightel' by 'Theveslane' at El . . . . which William had by the gift and feoffment of the said . . . . Witnesses:— . . . ., James de Blaneford, Robert de Burne, Walter Terry, . . . . Wednesday before St. Vincent, 14 Edward II.
[Chester.]C. 5322. Letter obligatory by William de Carington for the pay- ment to Alice de Carington, his mother, of 13l. 6s. 8d. at certain dates. Carington, Thursday the feast of St. Mark, 27 Edward III. French.
[Lincoln.]C. 5323. Chirograph indented being a grant by Thomas Pynder of Cle to Robert Fitel of Itterby of a headland of arable in the east field of Thirnessco on (super) Henghou, in exchange for two selions of arable in the west field of Cle.
[Chester.]C. 5324. Grant by William, lord of Alsach', to Alice daughter of Roger le Hunte of Thelewall of a place of land which John le Threschere formerly enclosed, as John held it and Richard son of Ran' gave it to her, with the addition (incremento) of half of 'Dunneiggeslond'; to hold to her, her heirs and assigns of the chief lords of the fee; he and his heirs, or her brethren, shall have the refusal of it (erunt propinquiores omnibus viventibus pro rationabili foro) if she wish to alienate it: rendering to the chief lords the services due and to him and his heirs 1d. on the feast of St. Bartholomew (Bertelmy). Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Holond, justice of Chester, Ralph de Vernon, knight, Richard de Praers, Robert de Praers, Robert de Bulkel', Colyn' de Alsach', Nicholas, the clerk. The feast of St. Martin, 13 Edward [I].
[Lincoln.]C. 5325. Grant by Henry Balle of Tathewell to William Jakelot, dwelling (manenti) in Hagham, and Maud his wife of three selions of arable in 'est' field of Tathewell on 'Bouldayles' situate as described. The feast of St. Vedast and St. Amandus, 1331.
[Kent.]C. 5326. Grant by Henry Ramherst of Legha to Robert Clerk of the same of all his land, &c. with waters, fisheries, &c. in the parishes of Leghe and Tonbregg. The feast of St. Faith, 17 Richard II.
Surrey.C. 5327. Grant by Thomas Fissh styled 'Hosier' of Southwerk, to Richard Scotard, citizen and grocer of London, of a piece of meadow of 2a. between the meadows of Simon Worstede, citizen of London, and it abuts upon the meadow of the earl of la Marche, &c. in the parish of St. Giles of Camerwell. 24 February, 9 Richard II. Cf. C. 5312. Fragment of seal. Endorsed, Carta Ricardi Scotart de prato vocato Stert de dono Thome Hosier; also Peckam.
Merioneth.C. 5328. Grant by Robert ap Rinald of Branes, co. Merioneth, esquire, and Morgan ap Robert ap Rinald of the same, gentleman, to Owen ap John ap Hoell Vaughan, esquire, of all that their tenement called 'Tythyn Jenkyn' in the town of Pennaran in the parish of Llanullyn in the comote of Penllyn. 25 January, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Signed, per me Robt' ap Rynaltt. Morgan ap Robert. Witnesses names endorsed. Cf. A. 13627.
[Glouc.]C. 5329. Indenture whereby William Ekenton, vicar of Nethers- welle, and Richard Jolyfe grant to William Buryman and Agnes his wife a messuage having before it (coram se) the sign of 'le Swan' in Stowe St. Edward (sancti Edwardi) between the tenement of the chantry of St. Mary of Wyke and the tenement of Juliana Stevenes; to hold to them and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder in default to the heirs of her body, with remainder in default to her right heirs; also of all the goods, &c. which they had by the gift of Joan late the wife of William Hoper, 'mason'; and if Joan please to dwell for life in the said messuage the said William and Agnes covenant to find her in all necessaries, &c. 28 January, 24 Henry VI. Fragments of seals.
York. [E. R.]C. 5330. Grant by William Thomson of Fyley, shipwright, to William Walworth of Fyley, gentleman, and William Mawe of the same, husbandman, of a toft with croft in the town and territory of Fyley, 36ft. (pedes usuales hominis) in width, between land of William de Sancto Quintino, abutting on the roads to Muston and Scharbourght, which descended to him after the death of John Thomson his father. 30 April, 16 Henry VII.
York. [W.R.]C. 5331. Quitclaim by Thomas Meres of Awburne, esquire, to Nicholas de Strelley, knight, of his right in all the land, &c. with fisheries, &c. which together with Thomas Hunt and Richard Metham he had by the gift of the said Nicholas in Feribrigge and Friston, and which formerly were of Sampson de Strelley father of the said Nicholas. Strelley, the eve of the Assumption, 6 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Berks.]C. 5332. Grant by Thomas Bonde son and heir of John Bonde of Harewell to Richard Faldrian and Agnes his wife, their heirs and assigns, of 2a. arable in Westhakebourne in 'le Furlang' called 'Langelond,' &c. Harewell, 26 May, 38 Henry VI.
[Warw.]C. 5333. Grant by John Barri of Berkeswell to Henry and William sons of Adam atte Grange of Solyhull and Margery their sister of his messuage with all the land &c. which John son of Richard Barry, formerly held in Berkeswell. Wednesday after St. John before the Latin Gate, 23 Edward III.
Essex.C. 5334. Grant by John de Lalleforde, perpetual vicar of Claveryng, and John Mason, chaplain, to Alexander Charman of all the land, &c. in the towns of Elmedon, Arkesden and Wenden Loutes which were of Philip le Cossh, to him and his heirs of his body with remainder to John Charman and Thomas Charman, his brothers, successively, and the heirs of their bodies with remainder to Katharine his sister for her life, with remainder to the right heirs of John his brother. Witnesses:—Robert de Geddyng, knight, John Bataile and others (named). Claveryng, Sunday the feast of the Assumption, 35 Edward III. Two seals.
[Kent.]C. 5335. Grant by John Benet of Canterbury to John Stopyndon, clerk, Robert Bregham, clerk, John Pyrye and John Sheldewych of a piece of land containing 2½a. in Serr' in the Isle of Thanet between their land, late Thomas Sevyar's on the north, Thomas Deryng's on the south, the church way of St. Nicholas on the east and the common footpath called 'a Mylleway' on the west, which inter alia he had by the gift of Richard Attewelle. 25 March, 13 Henry VI.
[Lincoln.]C. 5336. Grant by John de . . . . sham to Simon Spenser of Osselby of a selion lying at the west part of the town of Osselby between land of John son of Ellen Scropp of Osselby and land late of Alice de Bayll'; to hold the said selion of arable, &c. of the chief lords of the fee, &c. Witnesses:—John son of Ellen, and others (named). Sunday before the Annunciation, 1355.
[Notts ?]C. 5337. Grant by John Drake of Lenton to William Barker of the same of a tenement [there] between the tenement of William Philyngham, &c. Witnesses:— . . . . Dawbus of Lenton, John Pampyon of the same, and others (named). Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, [7] Henry . . Endorsed, Lenton.
[Kent.]C. 5338. Grant by John Spysour, clerk, to Philip Sesele of the parish of Westber' of a messuage with garden and a parcel of land called 'Lampet' in the said parish, between lands of John Joal, the heirs of Thomas Lukke, John Bachon and Thomas Fest. 8 January, 14 Henry VI. Witnesses:—Hugh Newbregge, Thomas Gilberd, and others (named).
[Lincoln.]C. 5339. Grant by Gerwynus de Barchworth of Wyflingham to John son of Walter Wyles of the same of a toft with croft in the town of Wyflingham, which he had by the gift of Sir John de Barchworth, his brother, chaplain of the church of Lincoln, and formerly was Alice Ka's. Witnesses:—John Wyles, the elder, and others (named). Thursday before the feast of St. Philip and St. James, 1389.
[Leic.]C. 5340. Indenture whereby William Kynwolmersh, William Mountfort, knight, and Joan his wife, Baldwin Bugge, John Marschall, John Kynge, late parson of the church of Shepey, and Richard Herteshorn, chaplain, grant to Margaret late the wife of John Flaundres of Shepey all the land, &c. in Billeston, Leycestr', Hynkeley and Newbolt, which they the said William by the name of William Kelymerche, Baldwin, Joan, by the name of Joan Brokesby, lady of Sewalby, John, John and Richard, had by the gift of Thomas Flaundres; to hold the land, &c. in Leycestr' and Billeston to the said Margaret for life, with remainder to John Cokayn, knight, Bartholomew Brokesby, John Bate, parson of Shepey, and John Jakes, and the land in Hynkeley and Newbolt to her for two years, with remainder to the said John Cokayn and the others. Shepey, 5 October, 1 Henry VI. Seals.
[Kent.]C. 5341. Demise by Margaret late the wife of John de Cobham of Hevere to Walter Polbrook and John Crudde of Hevere of 13a. meadow called 'Oldemede,' 1a. called 'Dokacre' and a ½a. in 'Gengbregge- mede' in Hevere, which were the said John de Cobham's; to hold for term of her life at the rent of red rose at Midsummer. Sunday, 18 July, 1 Henry IV. French. Seal.
[Derby.]C. 5342. Grant by Edmund Wriht of Shippeleye, carpenter, and Simon de Shippeley, chaplain, to William de Smalley of Restewayt of a messuage and two bovates of land lying in Langeleye, which they had by the gift of John son of John Warde of Langeleye in the parish of Henouere; rent, to the chief lords 6d. for all service, saving the foreign service of the king, and also two appearances at the court of Codenouere. Langleye, the eve of St. Barnabas, 6 Richard II. Cf. C. 5380.
[Essex.]C. 5343. Quitclaim by Avelina daughter of John de Thurrok of Alvithele to Richard Charman of her right in a messuage, 100a. land, 4a. meadow, 12a. pasture, 5a. wood and 14s. rent in Claveringg, which he had by her gift. London, in the parish of St. Peter the Less (parvi), 5 July, 5 Edward III. Cf. C. 5304.
[Kent.]C. 5344. Grant by John Weyte of Ealdynge to William Wolcy of the same and Joan his wife of 1½a. land there in the tenure (tenura) of Berstede in a croft called 'Gosseputte.' Sunday after St. Valentine, 27 Edward III. Fragment of seal. Endorsed, Gossput . . . .
[Essex.]C. 5345. Grant by Nicholas Whichedene of Haveryng, and John Rote of Wodeside of Haveryng to William Hokkelee, 'smyth,' of Rumford and Joan his wife of a messuage with buildings, &c. which they had by the gift of the said William and Joan in the hamlet of Rumford. Witnesses:—Ralph Tyell, bailiff of Haveryng, and others (named). Tuesday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 47 Edward III. Fragments of seals.
Notts.C. 5346. Chirograph indented: the contention moved between Robert son of Robert de Stretl' and Elizabeth his wife, plaintiffs, and John de Herriz, defendant, over a wardship (quadam varda) of land which was of Richard Bugge in Vilgheby, of the fee of John son of Geoffrey son of Oda (Ode), Tuesday after the Purification, 3 Edward [I], at Nottingham, in the church of St. Nicholas, before Robert son of Walter de Stretl', Walter de Stirkeley then sheriff of Nottingham, Hugh de Falkam, Geoffrey de Dethek, Nicholas de Vermundisvorth, in friendly manner by the under-written composition was appeased (amacabiliter quievit), to wit, the said John granted for himself and his heirs the said wardship to be the right of the said Robert and Elizabeth and therein on Saturday next will cause them to re-have full seisin, doing to the said John and his heirs homage and other services due, which homage the said Robert shall do at once (incon- tinenti). John has also granted to restore to Robert and Elizabeth a moiety of the issues from the said land for a year and a half while he held the said land, within St. Peter's Chair in the year aforesaid, and will acquit the amercements in the county of Nottingham which by occasion of the plea aforesaid are bound to be paid. Robert and Elizabeth will withdraw a plea of Quare vi et armis hanging in the Bench concerning the said contention and will save him harmless there, to their ability, for 10s. which he shall pay to Robert on the Saturday aforesaid, &c. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Stretl', Geoffrey de Stapilforth, Henry Pouterel, John Vigner, Ellis de Brademer. Endorsed, De Wylouby.
[Staff.]C. 5347. Grant by Henry Harper to John Hacstouns of a place of turbary called 'le Perhoe,' lying on 'le Cracalmos,' in exchange for ½a. land in 'le Westefeld.' Witnesses:—Richard Thekenes, John Marchald, John Thekenes, and others (named). Betteley, the feast of the Purification, 47 Edward III.
[Staff.]C. 5348. Grant by Henry de Suttone, chaplain, to Gregory son of William of a selion in the field of Raveneshale in the fee of Bettileyg; rent to the chief lord of the fee ¼d. at the feast of the Annunciation in March. Witnesses:—John de Thiknes and Hugh son of Rose, bailiffs, and others (named). Thursday, the feast of St. Matthias, 16 Edward II.
Bucks.C. 5349. Quitclaim by William Gardener son and heir of John Gardener and of Joan his wife late of Evere to Robert Aubrey, esquire, and William Aubrey, Robert's son, of his right in the land, &c., fisheries, &c. which Edmund Richekyng and Margaret his wife late had within the lordship of Evere and elsewhere; to hold to them and the heirs and assigns of William Aubrey. 20 October, 12 Edward IV. Seal cracked. Memorandum endorsed of enrolment of the dorse of the close roll.
[Kent.]C. 5350. Confirmation by Eudo, Philip and William sons and heirs of William Potin to Simon Potin of the purchase (emptum) which William Potin, their father, bought of John de Godinton, to wit, 2a. of 'warland' which lie between land of Lambert le Werin and land of Bartholomew the smith (fabri): to hold to him and his heirs of John and his heirs, rendering to John and his heirs 2s. yearly for all service, saving the king's service, as is contained in John's charter to William their father. Witnesses:—William Buticl'arius, Benet the clerk, William de Tykenherst, Robert de Infirmitorio, Robert Durant, Thomas Roce, John Anglicus, Turstan son of Eylnoth, Richard his brother, Matthew the priest (presbitero) of St. Clement, Matthew de Wldeham the clerk. Fragment of seal. Cf. B. 3067–3077.
[Sussex.]C. 5351. Grant by John ate Solere to William ate Bere, for his service, of a piece of land in the parish of Rosspere, extending from 'Prestewode,' &c.; rent, ½d. Fragment of seal.
[Cambridge.]C. 5352. Grant by Henry son and heir of Henry le Warde of Hyston to John Burgoyne of Drayton, William Burgoyne, Thomas Burgoyne and William Ade of a headland (foreram) with the liberty of a fold lying in the fields of Hyston in 'Paddokdole' . . . . Monday after St. Hilary, 8 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Warw.]C. 5353. Demise by Richard Birches of Sulihull to Richard Hulot of Sulihull of a close of pasture in Sulihull called 'Goselond' for three years from date; rent, 10s. for two years and 12s. in third year, with licence to cut wood and underwood within the outer 'bordures' of the close, the outer 'bordures' to the width of 5ft. within 'lez ederynges' excepted. Monday after the Annunciation of St. Mary, 10 Henry VI. Seal.
[Hants.]C. 5354. Grant by Adam de Badele of Bromfeld to Henry de Harnhulle of all the rents and services due to him from the land, &c. in the town of Penytone Meysi whereof Roger de Leystone and Nicholaa his wife, Adam's grandmother, enfeoffed Walter le Cras and Agnes his wife, to hold of them the said Roger and Nicholaa and the heirs of Nicholaa, by fine levied in the . . . . of Easter, 43 Henry III. Bromfeld, Sunday the eve of St. Simon and St. Jude, 19 Edward II. Seal.
Surrey. Sussex.C. 5355. Letter of attorney by Thomas Gardinere of Rousparre to Giles Talyour of Warnham to deliver to John Bouet, Nicholas Bouet and Robert and Richard Brode seisin of all his land &c. in the counties of Sussex and Surrey. Rousparre, Michaelmas, 18 Richard II.
Surrey. Sussex.C. 5356. Grant by Thomas Gardynere of Rousparre to John Bouet and others of all his land, &c. as in C. 5355. Rousparre, Michael- mas, 18 Richard II.
[Lincoln.]C. 5357. Grant by William Barton of Hole to Thomas Laceby of Clee and John Bayous of Grymesby, burgess, of all the land, &c. which he has by the gift of Thomas Love, late vicar of Clee, in the towns of Hole, Clee, Itterby and Thirnsco, or elsewhere within the parish of Clee. Tuesday after St. George, 24 Henry VI.
[N'hamp.]C. 5358. Quitclaim by Robert Kyng of Stanyerne, co. Northampton, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and heir of Richard Broughton of Cranesley, to William Tanfeld of Cranesley, Thomas Marten, John Lorymer, John Walker and Henry Freman, of their right in all the land, &c. late the said Richard's in Cranesley and Lodyngton. 11 May, 21 Edward IV.
Kent.C. 5359. Grant by John Brok of the parish of Esthamme to William Galyon of the parish of Wolewych of 10a. land in the parish of Wolewych, whereof 8a. lie in 'Southfeld' between land of William de Pounteneye, knight, and land of the rector of Wolewych, and 2a. in 'Sellefeld.' Esthamme, Sunday after the Conception of St. Mary, 39 Edward III.
Herts.C. 5360. Quitclaim by Robert Heyle of Amwell, co. Hertford, to John Hotoft, esquire, of his right in all the land, &c. which were of Richard atte Water of Ware, and before of William atte Water, Richard's father. Witnesses:—Philip Thornbury, knight, John Fray, and others (named). 6 November, 11 Henry VI. Memorandum endorsed of enrolment on the dorse of the Close Roll.
[Staff.]C. 5361. Grant by William son of William Cotyn of Madeley to Richard de Verney of the same of 2a. land in the fee of Madeley, with ingress and egress to 'le Mulnemor.' Madeley under Lyme, Monday after St. Giles, 8 Edward [I].
Wilts.C. 5362. Quitclaim by Thomas Estbury, esquire, to John Joce and Richard Burgeys, chaplain, of his right in a messuage and a carucate of land and 10a. meadow in Draycote Foliot, Walcote, Wambergh and Cheselden. 12 July, 3 Henry V.
[Oxford.]C. 5363. Grant by Helesenta who was the wife of Hugh Chauue to Ralph le Pol, her brother, of three half-acres of meadow in Sidenham which Hugh, her son, gave and by charter confirmed to him. Witnesses:—Simon de Cennora, Richard de Cennora, Robert Loereng, Simon de Wilehal, Gregory Grimbald, Henry de Turr', Robert Bursard.
[Kent.]C. 5364. Counterpart of demise, 5 December, 20 Richard II, by Richard Breche to Gilbert Baker and Robert Colkyn of all those cliffs (falisc') with a house called 'lymhows' and a 'lympette,' ways and kenches (kinchis) which Robert atte Helle, the elder, had in the town of Sarr' in the parish of St. Nicholas in Thanet, from Christmas next for three years, so that they may quarry and burn the chalk (malleant et tribulent in dictis falisc' et calcem ardeant) in the said 'lympette,' paying 2s. a cwt. of chalk burnt, &c.
[Worc.]C. 5365. Grant by William Wollashull, esquire, to John Vampage of all his land, &c. in Wyke Burnell next Pershore. Wyke, Monday after Michaelmas, 5 Henry VI.
[Lincoln.]C. 5366. Quitclaim by Robert Godebarn, burgess of Grymesby, to William de Bolyngton, burgess of Grymesby, of his right in all his land, &c. in the parish of Clee. Friday after Midsummer, 1365.
[Westm.]C. 5367. Grant by Gilbert de Wyndergh to Sir Thomas de Pen- ruddok, rector of Warmynton, and Sir William de Neuton of Arlossh, vicar of Barton, of a tenement and 8a. land with meadows there adjacent in the field of Thorp, hamlet of the town of Barton, which he had by the gift of Thomas de Penruddok, father of the said Sir Thomas; rent, to the chief lord, 1lb. of cummin. Witnesses:— Walter de Stirkland, and others (named). Thorp, Friday [after] the Purification, 2 Richard II.
[Essex.]C. 5368. Grant by Thomas de Wyditon to Mabel daughter of Christina Goldeburn of Thunderl' in marriage to William Thold of Neuport, of all his houses in the market of Neuport of (ex) the fee of Quintin son of Warin, opposite the houses of the said Quintin, those, to wit, which the same William Thold sold and by charter confirmed to him; to hold to the said Mabel and William and the heirs of their bodies; if William die before her, she is to have the houses to her, her heirs and assigns; if she die without heir of her or assign, the said William, his heirs or assigns, are to have them as she, her heirs and assigns, if they had continued living. Witnesses:—Quintin de Neuport, John Quinttin, Geoffrey de Reydon, bailiff of Neuport, and others (named).
Endorsed, Liberum maritagium Mabelye de soppa.
[Essex.]C. 5369. Demise by John son of John Gernoun, knight, to John de la Rokele of the bailiwick of the hundred of Lexedene from Easter next for three years, rendering to him yearly at his manor of Esthorp, co. Essex, 16 marks. Esthorp, 14 April, 8 Edward III. Seal.
[Herts.]C. 5370. Quitclaim by Robert Neweton to John Spendelove and Joan his wife [and the heirs of] Joan of his right in three messuages, two carucates [of land], 4a. meadow, 10a. wood and 10s. rent called 'Aynelles' in Hemelhamstede, Radbourne and Seint Albon[es], late of John Impeye and Joan his wife. St. Albans, . . . ., 8 Henry V.
[Radnor.]C. 5371. Grant by John [Jon]esone of Emyghope to William Tomkyn of 1a. land in the field called Upfeld of Borewar, and it is called ' . . . . ysacr.' Witnesses:—Thomas Hoby, and others (named). Monday, 13 May, 15 Richard II. Cf. C. 4380.
[Dorset.]C. 5372. Grant by Joan Benefeld late the wife of John Benefeld of Brideport to William Montfort and Alice his wife of a messuage with curtilage in the east street of the town in 'Stakelane,' between John Hayward's tenement on the north and her own on the south, which messuage was late of Adam Byre of Bemynstr'. Witnesses:— John Surre and Roger Stikelane, bailiffs, and others (named). Thursday before the Purification, 6 Henry IV.
[Herts.]C. 5373. Quitclaim by John Chesham to William Aldebury and John Milleward of his right in land, &c., as in C. 5370. Chesham, 1 March, 7 Henry [V].
[Chester.]C. 5374. Grant by Hugh de Merburi to Rand[ulf] his son of a salt- work (unam salinam liberam) in Northwich (Norwyco) which he had by the gift of John son of Henry de Comburbache; to hold to the said Rand[ulf] and the heirs male between him and Ellen daughter of Roger de Bulkelegh begotten, with remainder in default to Rand[ulf] and the heirs male of his body, with remainder in default to his own right heirs; rent to him for life, 1 mark. Witnesses:—Sir Henry de Ferrarers, justice of Chester, and Sir John de Ardene, knights, John de Wrenneburi, sheriff, and others (named).
[Glouc.]C. 5375. Grant by Reynold de la Leie son of Elward to Jordan de Cirecestr' and his heirs of all that land which Robert son of Walter the clerk (clerici) of Amenel gave to him for his service and his chattel (cat'llo meo) in Amenel, as in Robert's charter is contained, to wit, 15a. land with two hams of meadow thereto belonging, in Gerstona against (contra) John Bret, to hold by service of 3s. yearly on the feast of St. Aldelm, for all service, so that Reynold and his heirs do to Robert and his heirs the aforesaid service which he owes to Robert; and it is to be known that he acquired the said land faithfully, by his service and chattel four years after he espoused Maud his wife, wherefore he wills that she claim no dower therefrom; for this John gave him 8 marks and a palfrey of two marks with service. Witnesses:— William de Egeswurthe, William, Peter and Thomas his sons, Robert Achard, Thomas his son, William Noel of the Exchequer, Ellis Cokerel, Miles de Cernai, Thomas de la More, Adam de Aqua, Philip son of Reynold, Ernald Barbast, Richard Orligans.
[Warw.]C. 5376. Grant by Avice late the wife of John de Fonte of Solihull, widow, to Thomas atte Birch and Juliana his wife and the heirs and assigns of Thomas, of the moiety of a field next her house in Solihull, viz. between land of Henry Dovy and the lane from Solihull church to Longedon Hall, &c. Wednesday, the feast of St. Chad, . . . . Edward II.
Oxford.C. 5377. Grant by William Hyestr' of Kyngeston Blountt to Sir Thomas Taylour, vicar of Aston Ruhaund, William North of Kyngeston and Henry Spene of Cobbecote, of all his land &c. in Aston and Kyngeston aforesaid. Sunday before Midsummer, 7 Henry . . . .
Essex.C. 5378. Grant by Beatrice daughter of Robert Rokele of Arkesdene, co. Essex, widow, to William Wautone, knight, the younger, of co. Essex, and Ralph Bray, of co. Bokingham, of her manor of Wikepet. Witnesses:—Henry Ferers, John atte Poole, knight, Thomas Maundeville, knight, Thomas Laweney, John Basset. Arkesdene, Wednesday before St. James, Apostle, 50 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 5379. Grant by Edward Swyft of the parish of Eldyngg to Richard de Snotbeme and Maud his wife of a way (iter) leading in the said parish south and north between land of Roger de Snotbeme and of Richard Gilote, and leading from the road (strata) called 'Forlese' to the meadow called 'Swyftesmet,' which way he formerly sold to Ellen daughter of Richard Gilote, being 17ft. wide; for this they gave him 6d. beforehand. The feast of the Assumption, 17 Edward II.
[Derby.]C. 5380. Grant by John son of John Warde of Langeleye in the parish of Henouere to Edmund de Shippeley, carpenter, and Sir Simon de Shippeleye, chaplain, of a messuage and two bovates of land in Langleye which Geoffrey de Esthalere formerly held; rent, 6d. to the chief lords, for all service save the king's foreign service and two appearances at the court of Sir John de Greye of Codenouere and his heirs. Langeleye, Monday after St. Andrew, 5 Richard II. Cf. C. 5342.
Kent.C. 5381. Grant by John Hamond son of William Hamond, carpenter, of the parish of St. Mary in the hundred of Hoo, to William Halton, gentleman, of ½a. and 15 dayworks of land lying dispersed in the said parish, whereof one rood (virgata) in 'Hurpole,' ½a. in 'Estnether- meldown,' and 5 dayworks in 'Northnethermeldown,' which he had by the gift of Richard Clerk son and one of the heirs of John Clerk late of the said parish. 20 November, 1 Edward IV. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 5382. Grant by Henry Nykerpoul and Edith his wife to John Mulle and Cecily his wife of their tenement opposite the rectory of Remmesburi between John Chese's tenement and the lane to the Kenete. Sunday after St. James, Apostle, 43 Edward III.
[Heref.]C. 5383. Testament of William Tomkyn; soul to God and St. Mary and the suffrages of All Saints, his body to be buried in the churchyard of his parish church; to the high altar of said church, 12d.; to . . . ., parish chaplain, 12d.; to the holy-water clerk (clerico aquebagilo), 6d.; to the repair of the church of Knulle, 12d.; to Roger his brother his best gown and hood; to . . . . Thomas David, a hood; the residue of his goods to muddy ways (lututosis viis) and to the poor. Executors R[oger] Thomkyn and Margery my wife. 20 May, 1397.
[Proved before] the commissary-general of the bishop of Hereford at Radenour, . . . . June of the same year, and administration granted to . . . . executor named in the testament . . . .
Notts.C. 5384. Grant by brother Richard, prior of Thurgarton, and the convent of the same, to Master Richard de Rupe of a messuage in Notingham late of Walter his father; rent to them and their successors, 12s. for a pittance to the convent on the anniversaries of his father and his mother, viz. half at the finding of the Holy Cross and half on the feast of St. Martin; he shall do the services due to the chief lords and bear all charges thereon according to the customs of the borough, shall keep the buildings up and not sell them without their licence; they shall have lodging (hospicium) there when they come to Nottingham on the business of their house, at their charges.
[Wilts.]C. 5385. Grant by Roger Pypard to Ralph son of Geoffrey de Molendino his heirs and assigns of 6a. arable in the field of Pypardesclive, whereof 1a. in 'Ysfurlang' next land of Philip late son of Sir Richard Pypard, 2a. in Cliffurlang', 1a. on Thornhulle, ½a. next land of Thomas Bernard, &c., and a piece of meadow in the heads of Whethulle; rent, 1d., saving homages, suits of court, &c. to so much land in the same fee belonging; for this Ralph gave him three marks in gersum. Witnesses:—Sir William de Calna, knight, Henry Bartholom', William Paris, William Bryan, John Edmund', Richard Grandyn, John Roser, Robert Pyc, Nicholas de Clyva.
[Berks.]C. 5386. Indenture being the defeasance of a writing obligatory whereby John Shyngul is bound to John de Wydeford in 40l., to wit, if John de Wydeford and Alice his wife hold the land, &c. together with the reversion of a moiety of a third part which Joan late the wife of William Corson claims to have in dower, which they have by the gift and grant of the said John Shyngul, for twenty years from date, without impediment or plea of Christina late the wife of Stephen Corson or of John Corson, &c. the writing to be void. Wantynge, Tuesday after Palm Sunday, 45 Edward III.
[Warw.]C. 5387. Grant by William de B[ochm]or, chaplain, to John de Baggeslow and Margery his wife and the heirs of their bodies of all the land which he had in [Bl]ithe within the manor of Su[st]ok by John's gift with reversion in default to John's heirs. Witnesses:— William de Blithe, William de Haueskewell, and others (named). Alesley, Monday before St. Giles, 6 Edward III. Endorsed, . . . . infra manerium de Shustok; also Bochmore to Bageslowe.
[Essex.]C. 5388. Grant by Norman Jancock of Pentelowe, chaplain, to Joan his sister of all his land, &c. in Pentelowe, to her and the heirs of her body, with reversion in default to himself and his heirs. Sunday, the feast of St. Botolph, 26 Edward III.
[Kent.]C. 5389. Grant by Benayt de Swechefeld to William Wolsy of all his land in a field called 'Westfeld' in the parish of Ealding. Tuesday before the feast of St. John the Apostle, 46 Edward III.
[Chester.]C. 5390. Grant by Emma late the wife of Richard son of William son of Hugh, widow, to Simon Bretun, of all her part which she had in dower of the house which is between the house of Adam Parche- miner and the house of Henry his brother in Forietestrete, which house was her said husband's; so that, after her decease, all her said part of the said house may revert to the heirs of the said Richard; for this he gave her 3s. beforehand. Witnesses:—John de Novo Castro, John son of Ulkel, John his son, Robert de Moro, Henry Pigaz, Meyler de Len, Ellis the clerk. Endorsed, A ded of lond geven in Chester but not by Egerton.
[Kent.]C. 5391. Grant by William Pomfreyt of Estpecham to John his brother of all his land, &c. in the parish aforesaid. Sunday after Michaelmas, 14 Richard II.
[Devon.]C. 5392. Chirograph indented being the memorandum of an agreement, 24 Edward [I], between brother Peter abbot of Busf[estr'] and the convent of the same of the one part and William Lyvegher of the other, to wit, the said religious have granted to William the whole land which Walter his father formerly held of them in the town of Lyvegherston; to hold to him and his heirs freely by hereditary right, rendering therefor yearly 8s. for all services, tallages and gelds; saving to them five free boon-works for their puture (prccariis ad pouturam) to be done at Hetfeld yearly, to wit, to plough twice and reap thrice; saving also suit of the court of the said religious to be done at Hetfeld as the other free men of the same manor do; further William and his heirs are bound to grind all their corn at the mill of the said religious and to render due toll therefor and to pay 12s. 6d. for a relief with the best beast of the deceased; for this William gave them 40s. beforehand in recognizance. Witnesses:— Sir John de Cumba, Alfred Batyn, Andrew de Wierdesalre, William Coyta, William de Harwodeton.
[Suffolk.]C. 5393. Grant by Adam son of Warin de Lose of Hecsham to Robert de Bryssete, clerk, and Joan his wife for the life of the said Joan and to the heirs of Robert or his assigns, for their homage and service and for forty-five shillings beforehand in gersum, of 1½a. land in the town of Hecsham in that hamlet called Lose, in the field called 'Middelfeld'; rent, 1½d. Witnesses:—Nicholas de Lelesey, Thomas Forestarius of Hylley Monachorum, and others (named). Lose in Hecsham, Wednesday before the Lifting up of the Holy Cross, 16 [Edward I].
[Stafford.]C. 5394. Quitclaim by Hugh son of Peter son of John of Bettileg to Roger son of Stephen of Raveneshale and Felicia daughter of William del Forde of his right in a quarter of an acre in Raveneshale as it was purchased of John his late uncle. Witnesses:—John de Thiknes and John the miller (molendinario), bailiffs, William de Thiknes and others (named). Friday, the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 1335.
[Sussex.]C. 5395. Chirograph indented: 5 Edward II, on the day of the Annunciation it was agreed between Walter Randolf and John Mot, to wit, that Walter demised to John all his land at Baddyngmere in Horsham for five years from date; rent, 14s. 2d.
[Bedford.]C. 5396. Quitclaim by William Duraunt of Dunstaple to William de Wylshamsted of 6s. 8d. rent which Thomas Duraunt his father acquired from Nicholas Hanmond of Dunstaple by a writing of quitclaim for his tenement in the street 'del South' of Dunstaple, between tenements of the said Nicholas and Thomas Paulyn, the head 'del West' abutting on Watlyngstrete. Dunstaple, 5 June, 39 Edward III.
Kent.C. 5397. Grant by Richard Keale of Canterbury to William East of Canterbury of a parcel or place of land in the parish of St. Peter within Canterbury in a lane there called 'Seint Petrus Lane,' which land came to him by descent after the death of Thomas Keale his father. Canterbury, 2 April, 19 Henry VII. Witnesses names endorsed.
[Herts.]C. 5398. Grant by Philip son of the late Edward le Colyere of Taterigge, to Cristina his daughter of a moiety of his land there which land is called 'Suthlond' with rents, &c. as in C. 4906. Seal, with legend, s . filippi edward.
[Notts.]C. 5399. Quitclaim by Margaret late the wife of Robert son of Geoffrey de Strelleye to Sir Robert de Strelleye, knight, of her third part of the land, &c. in Strelleye and Cossale coming to her in dower after Robert's death. Witnesses:—Sir John de Cokfeld, knight, Sir John de Mounteny, Sir William de Cossale, clerk, Robert de Kynmarleye, Thomas de Cresscy. Strelleye, the day after St. Dunstan, 16 Edward II.
[Worc.]C. 5400. Grant by Robert Handy of Wyke by Pershor and Margery his wife to John Cokkys, John Bentley, Henry Bratt and John Chalner of Wyke of all that messuage in Wyke called 'Sampsonsplace' with orchard adjacent and a 'benhey,' a half- virgate of land and la. meadow. Witnesses:—Thomas Brat, and others (named) of Wyke and John Rondyll the younger of Charleton. 16 January, 15 Henry VII. Two seals.