Deeds
C.5801 - C.5900

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1915

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267-279

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'Deeds: C.5801 - C.5900', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 267-279. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64488 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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C.5801 - C.5900

[Kent.]C. 5801. Grant by William Brook of Esthamme to William Galione of the parish of Wolewych of a croft of land called 'Soutland ' containing 8a. in the parish of Wolewich between the road to la Verie and the land of Sir John [de] Pulteneye. Sunday after St. James the Apostle, 22 Edward III.
[Bedford.]C. 5802. Grant by William de Ardern, chaplain, to Walter son of Henry de Thornecote and Sarah his wife of 2½a. arable and ½a. ½r. meadow in the fields and meadows of Bestone lying on 'Dryhouhul' and 'le Haccheforlong' and in 'Hoddecroft,' 'Prikedole' and 'le Widefan.' Thornecote, Tuesday before St. Dunstan, 11 Edward II. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 5803. Grant by Henry Necurpole and Edith his wife to John Godzer of Marleberg and William Baudy of Hanly, chaplains, of a tenement opposite the rectory of Remmesburry between the tenement formerly of John Chese and the lane towards Kenete. Tuesday after New Year's Day, 3 Richard II. Cf. C. 4591 & 5382. Two seals.
Bucks.C. 5804. Grant by Edmund Vawse of Buckyngham and [Alice] his wife to John Hartewell and Agnes his wife of their messuage called 'le Cock,' in Buckingham, with a croft and garden adjoining, between the messuage of Richard Fowlarr, knight, and the messuage called 'le Angel' between the high road and the River Owse, and of a croft called 'le Tempull Lond' adjoining a lane called 'the Watur Lane.' Witnesses:—John Adkyns, bailiff, and others (named). 1 . March, 23 Henry VII. Two seals, damaged. Endorsed, The dede of Edmond Vaus and off Alis his wyff made to John Hartwell and to Agnes his wyff dowghtour to the seid Edmond Vaus.
[Cambridge.]C. 5805. Demise by Richard Beteyn of Wyttelesford to Annabel late the wife of [John] Best of Trippelowe, Thomas North and John Pryme of the same and Robert Barette of Hardeleston of a messuage formerly of John Carter and late of John Styward, smith, in Trippelowe in a street called 'le Grenestrete' near a toft called 'Crochemanszerd,' and abutting on the common green of Grenestrete, which messuage he had by the gift of the said John Styward. Monday before St. Barnabas, 18 Henry VI.
[Staff.]C. 5806. Grant by Robert son of William son of Dolba of Bettileyg to Hugh son of Peter son of John of the same of a messuage which he had by the gift of William his brother in the town of Bettileyg, in the High Street; rent to the chief lord of the town, 3d. For this grant the said Hugh paid 30s. beforehand. Witnesses:—Richard Skeyl, bailiff, and others (named). The eve of St. Philip and St. James, 1301.
[Cambridge.]C. 5807. Grant by Annabel Best, late the wife of John Best of Tryplowe, and now the wife of John Pyppyll the elder, and John Pryme the elder, of the same, to the said John Pyppyll, John Pyppyll the younger, and John Pryme the younger, of a messuage in Tryplowe, as in C. 5805. 18 August, 2 Edward IV.
[Linooln.]C. 5808. Grant by John Dryster of Estrasyn and Margaret his wife to John Denet of Leycester, John Glover, Thomas Gaddysby of the same, John Welton of Estr[asyn], and Walter de Wykeham of Southkelsay of all their lands in the town of Estrasyn or elsewhere. Monday, the feast of St. Romanus, 20 Henry VI.
[Cambridge.]C. 5809. Grant by John Pyppyll of Triplow to Richard Pyppyll, Thomas Prym the elder, John Godwyn and William North of a messuage in Triplow which he had by the demise of Annabel Beste and John Prym the elder, as in C. 5805. 20 June, 7 Henry VI.
[Bedford.]C. 5810. Grant by Ralph Oliver of Bestone and Agatha his wife to Roger Juel of Thornecote and Isabel his wife and the heirs of the said Roger of 2r. land in the field of Beston lying on 'Padeworthe' and near land of the abbot of Wardon. Sunday after Michaelmas, 8 Edward II. Seal in white wax.
[Derby.]C. 5811. Grant by Richard, chaplain of Repyndon, and Hugh de Eng[leby] of the same to William Boteler of the same and Katherine his wife of their land in Repyndon which they had by the gift of the said William. Sunday before Lady Day, 3 Henry IV. One seal, broken.
[Bedford.]C. 5812. Demise by William Bochell and Henry Mauntell to John Cornewayll, lord of Fawenh[ope], of all their land in Parkmede, Fannemede, Ladypond, Dame Anneysmede, and elsewhere in the north and south fields of Ampthull, and a grove at Stepyngle, after the death of Isabel late the wife of John Ampthull. Witnesses:— . . . . Lowdesop and John Wenlok, esquires, and others (named). . . January, 11 Henry VI. Two seals, one damaged.
Essex.C. 5813. Demise by John Steven le Este and William Braughyng to Richard Bregge, John Causton the elder and John his son, John Garyngton the elder and John his son, Henry Bode, John Causton, son of Thomas Causton, and Roger Garyngton of lands called 'Wynde- helle' in the town of Assheldom which they had jointly with William Brigge, John Bengemyn and Thomas Comyn, now deceased, by the gift of John Peeke of Burneham. 16 June, 5 Henry VII. Seal.
[Kent.]C. 5814. Indenture witnessing that Agnes Eillam the younger has granted to Agnes Eylam the elder for life all her lands in the parishes of Orpynton and Chelsfeld except land called 'the Brelles' in Bagemed. Saturday, the eve of Trinity, 31 Edward III.
[Wilts.]C. 5815. Indenture witnessing that Joan late the wife of William Molyns has granted to John Gowayn of Northyngton all her lands, rents and services in Swalweclyve and Toderdehulle for the term of her life; rent, 3 marks in return for a grant of a hall (une sale), two rooms, and a garden, with 'housbote,' &c. Monday after St. James the Apostle, 6 Richard II. French.
[Herts.]C. 5816. Grant by Richard Bobet of Naldewyk to Thomas Hykedon of Betlowe, Robert Pydkyn of Ivingho, and Henry Gery, of lands in the fields of Tyscote, Betlowe and Naldewyk. 9 December, 29 Henry VI.
[Radnor.]C. 5817. Grant by Henry Holle to William Thomkyn, Margery his wife, and his heirs of 9½a. of his land in the fee and lordship of 'la Dyche.' Dyche, Sunday before . . . ., 18 Richard II.
[Chester.]C. 5818. Indenture being a demise by William de Bulkeley of Eyton to Margaret wife of Edmund de Minnishulle, his sister, of half the town of Wymyncham for her life; remainder to John de Cholmundeley of Chorley and his heirs male; remainder to the right heirs of the said John. Tuesday after Michaelmas, 9 Henry V.
Berks.C. 5819. Grant by John Hychecok and Alice his wife of Upton to Robert Haloum, bishop of Salisbury, and John York and John his son of Westhakeborne of all the land, &c. which Richard Paternostres and Robert Cole had in Esthenrethe. The feast of St. Mark, 4 Henry V. Two seals, one damaged.
[Herts.]C. 5820. Grant by John Whitlok, skinner, of St. Albans, to John Brydsthorne, 'dyeghere,' of the same of a tenement in St. Albans abutting on 'Pottershegge' in a lane called 'Halywellestrete,' which he had by inheritance at the death of Joan Whitloke, his mother. Witnesses:—William Ecclesale, bailiff of St. Albans, John Doose, and others (named). 6 July, 3 Henry IV.
Kent.C. 5821. Quitclaim by John Jurden of Brastede, yeoman, to Richard Potter of his right in two parcels of land called 'Dallefeld ' and 'Stony Croft' in the parish of Brastede. 25 September, 15 Henry VII.
[Dorset.]C. 5822. Grant by John Palmer of Brideport and William Tracy the younger to John Burgeys and Agnes his wife of a messuage in the east street of Brideport and of ½a. arable in Ponchisford both of which Robert Budde formerly had and which they had by the gift of Agnes late the wife of John Gouky the younger. Witnesses:—Roger Broune and John Proute, bailiffs of Brideport, Hugh Hider, and others (named). Friday after St. Peter and St. Paul, 1 Henry VI. Fragments of seals.
[Herts.]C. 5823. Grant by Geoffrey sen of William Est of Wengrave to Stephen son of Alice le Clerk of the same and William H . . . . of Bettelowe of all his lands in Betelowe, Naldewick, and Tyscote. Thursday after St. Fremund, 38 Edward III.
Herts.C. 5824. Indenture made at Alldebury, 6 January, 11 Henry VII, witnessing that John Ormod, gentleman, of Allforton, co. Notts, and Jane his wife have sold to Harry Wynche of Alldebury all the wood and timber growing on Allbure heath. English.
[Berks.]C. 5825. Quitclaim by Walter le Knight of Chilton to Geoffrey de Chelcheheth of his right in 3a. arable in the field of West Hakebourn in 'le Merefurlang.' Chilton, Monday after the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, 5 Edward III. Seal, damaged.
[Chester.]C. 5826. Indenture between Geoffrey de Legh and Richard son of Robert de Assheton concerning lands and messuages in Assheton. Witnesses:—John Savage, knight, Hamon le Massy, John Dounvyle. Thursday after St. Matthew, 8 Henry VI.
Cumberland.C. 5827. Grant by [Thomas Ra]ynton, rector of Plumland, to William de . . . ., for life, of all his lands, rents, and services in the county; remainder to Robert . . . . [and] Margaret his wife and the heirs of their bodies; remainder to the right [heirs of] . . . . Gritby of Arkilby, the elder. Arkilby, 10 June, 11 Henry IV. Seal. Endorsed, Arkylby. Relaxacio facta per Thomam Raynton rectorem ecclesie de Plumland.
Essex.C. 5828. Indenture witnessing that Peter Lyver of co. Essex, yeoman, has pledged to William Fogan, citizen and mercer of London, a pot of silver parcel-gilt and other silver plate weighing 52 ounces as security for a debt of 8l. 15 March. 23 Edward IV. English. Paper.
[Heref.]C. 5829. Grant by Nicholas Blund of Cradeleg to Henry de Couleg for his fealty and service of ¼a. land in Cradeleg, in Bronescroft; rent, a ginger-root at Christmas for all service. For this grant Henry gave him 3s. 3d. beforehand. Witnesses:—Simon de Storug, John of Worcester, clerk, and others (named).
[Middx ?]C. 5830. Grant by Benet Wendegos to Gocius son of Roger of a messuage (managium) adjoining that of the said Gocius and measuring 6 royal ells in breadth; rent, one mark for all service; the said Gocius not to be dispossessed (dehospitari) for the accommodation of the said Benet or other persons. For this grant Gocius gave him the right to build a gable (ponere gablum meum) on Gocius' stone wall at his cost (cum custu meo) and also gave him one golden bezant. Witnesses:—Nicholas Duket, Matthew the alderman, Robert the chamberlain, Stephen Blund, Walter Ardur, Robert of Winchester, Richard the bloodletter (minutore), Esegar de Douegat, and others (named). Seal, damaged.
[Staff.]C. 5831. Grant by Richard de Verney to Richard son of Richard de Camera of Madeleyg under Lyme of two places of land in the fee of Madeleyg late of Adam del Heth extending from Mulnemor to Adcokes Heringeshale and Hichecokes Heringeshale to hold to the said Richard son of Richard and his heirs; remainder to William and John brothers of the said Richard son of Richard successively; remainder to the said Richard de Verney; rent, 6d. Seal, damaged.
[Staff.]C. 5832. Grant by William Cotin of Madeleye to Thomas his eldest son, Amice daughter of William de Marton of Chypknoll and the heirs of their bodies of one third of his messuage and land, &c. in the fee of Madeleye south of the stream running from Madeleye mill, and of his enclosure called 'le Couheye'; rent, 2s. Witnesses:— Sir John de Hauekeston, knight, and others (named). Sunday, the feast of St. Bartholomew, 22 Edward III. Seal.
[Devon.]C. 5833. Confirmation by William de Brays to the church of St. Mary Magdalen. Bardestaple. of the land called 'Hole' which land Walter son of Ralph and Emma his wife, with the consent of their heirs, granted to the said church receiving by way of acknowledgment (karitatem) 16½ marks, two palfreys for the said Emma and two pieces of gold, and for their two sons, two pieces of gold; and, at the request of Sir Henry, bishop of Winchester, and Sir Walter Catalainz, prior of St. Martin de Campis, who for the purpose of this business came to England, he confirms to the said church all former grants of Joel his grandfather; and if the heirs of the said Walter suffer forfeiture nothing is to be taken from this land. Witnesses:—Robert the chaplain, Payn the steward (dapifero), Henry Malnevu, Ranulf Puyer, Ranulf Malnevu, and others (named).
[Leic.]C. 5834. Grant by John son of Siward the smith (fabri) of Totisbur' to Ralph Grim of 7 yard-lands in the town of Bildiston which Robert Grim father of the said Ralph held from John's father and himself at a yearly rent of 16s.; rent, 7s. Witnesses:—Geoffrey de Gresel, Oliver le Saracen (Saracino), Ellis, parson of Newbold, Peter de Lutrewrthe, Gerald de Navenebi, and others (named).
[Staff.]C. 5835. Grant by Richard de Verney to William son of William Cotyn of Madeleyg, Margery his wife, and their lawful heirs of ½a. land in the fee of Madeleyg and late of Richard le Rede on the high road from Madeley to Wrymeforde. Seal.
[Warw.]C. 5836. Grant by Henry de Gardino to Richard de Bouckemor for his homage and service for the use of the said Richard and his heirs of a cart-way between the said Henry's land of Dunepol and the field of Bouckemor; rent, 1d. at Lady Day. Cf. C. 4894.
[Salop.]C. 5837. Grant by Richard son of Richard Swetkoc of Blore to William le Marchalt, clerk, of a messuage in the town of Great Drayton adjoining the high road. Witnesses:—Sir Nicholas de Swynnerton, dean of Stafford, William son of William le Botill', knight (milite), Vivian de Stuche, and others (named). Great Drayton in le Hales, Thursday before St. Margaret, 27 Edward III. Seal of arms in white wax.
[Heref.]C. 5838. Grant by Henry de Couleye to Thomas le Zunge of Avileburi and Maud his wife of a place of his land in the town of Cradeleye with houses thereon adjoining the highway from Worcester to Hereford for their lives; rent for all service saving the king's, 4s.
[Chester ?]C. 5839. Grant by [John] constable of Chester, to Richard de Leca son of Letond of two carucates of land in Kewurda being the inheritance of the sons of William, John's brother, which William bought of Simon de Kewurda; also he grants to him the wardship of the sons. Witnesses:—Richard son of John the constable, Ralph Fraser, Robert Pica, Robert de Crokeston, Jone, Robert son of John, Payn Fraser, Geoffrey Escrop, Ralph de Bidon, Ralph de Sauketot, Robert son of Walter, Ellis de . . . . urda, Adam de Duttun and William le Gat.
[Worc.]C. 5840. Demise by Thomas de Stanes to William son of Sir William Corbet, for 21 years from Michaelmas, 54 Henry III, of his land in the town of Russuk, except a yearly rent of 3s. which John le Taylur and Iseuda his wife owe for a messuage in the same which will remain to the said William and his heirs and assigns after their death, and except a yearly rent of 2d. which William le Runsiner owes; and if Thomas shall die within the term, the land shall remain to William for his life for half a mark yearly rent, after the term, to the heirs of Thomas and if William shall die within the term the land shall remain to his heirs till the end of the 21 years. And if William shall bear expenses against the meaning of this writing, the land shall remain to him until he is indemnified in the judgment of trustworthy men. And if Thomas or his heirs shall sell or alienate the land, William and his heirs shall be preferred as purchasers. William shall build a house on the land at a cost of 2 marks which Thomas or his heirs shall repay at the end of the term. For this demise William gave Thomas 12 marks beforehand. Witnesses:—Sir Bartholomew de Suydlegg, Sir Walter de Cokes', Sir William son of Warin de Upton, Stephen de Kakebale, and others (named,). Endorsed, Royssock. Seal.
[Derby.]C. 5841. Grant by William Hally to Hugh de Stretleye of a half part of Alricheleye with the whole toft belonging thereto in the town of Burg'; rent for all service save foreign service, 18d. Witnesses:— Oliver de Hayrseg, John de Bamford, and others (named).
[Bedford.]C. 5842. Grant by Reginald Bugge of Blechesh' to God and St. Mary of the hermitage of Blechesh' and to brother Robert Parage and his brethren of 2a. land on 'le Stoncgine' adjoining land que fuit Thoni and 1½r. meadow in Merdeye, in frank almoin. Witnesses:— Ralph and Robert de Broy, brethren and parsons, Hugh Pipard. Robert Truncat. and others (named).
[Herts.]C. 5843. Quitclaim by William de Aula of Draiton to William son of Henry de Betelaue, for half a mark beforehand in gersum, of his right in the body of Godsalin de Betelaue, his issue and chattels, movable and immovable. Witnesses:—Ralph, lord of Merston, and others (named). Fragment of seal in white wax.
[Derby.]C. 5844. Grant by John son of Ivo de Heriz to Robert Vavasor of Sypeleg for his homage and service of all his land in the territory of Tybeself between the high road to Hertistoft, &c.; rent, half a mark. Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Estweit, Sir Geoffrey Barre of Tiverishold, Sir Geoffrey de Musters, Ralph le Poer, and others (named). Seal in white wax, damaged.
[Devon.]C. 5845. Grant by Walter de Ralega to the church of St. Mary Magdalen, Barnastapol, and the monks there of a plot (morsellum) of land between two roads on the south side of Radewrthi; and quit- claim of his right in Botolph, his wife and issue. Seal in wrapping, decayed.
[Derby.]C. 5846. Grant by William son of Hugh the forester (forestarii) of Macworth to Robert son of William le Yavasur of Schyppeleg of 1r. land in the territory of Macworth, on Hertishevid. For this grant Robert paid him 2 marks in gersum. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas Hauselin, Simon Tuschet, rector of Macworth, and others (named).
[Lincoln.]C. 5847. Grant by Sibyl daughter of Walter de Legesby to William her brother of her meadow in the territory of Cokerincton, in 'le Fletcroft,' which she had by the gift of her mother, for 5 marks beforehand; rent, 4½d. at Whitsun Eve. Witnesses:—Ralph Church (ad ecclesiam) of Schitebrock, Robert de Hegninc, and others (named). Seal, damaged.
[Warw.]C. 5848. Grant by William de Oddingesel to Gilbert de Birches, for his homage and service, of 8a. land on 'Hernefordehul'; rent, 2s. 8d. Seal in white wax, damaged.
[Bedford.]C. 5849. Grant by Richard son of Osbert de la Strate to Amice his daughter, for her service and fealty, of 6a. land in Est Hyda in the parish of Luyton abutting on Martineswelle, in the field of Thachford, in Grascroft, and at Rutheresdelle abutting on the road from St. Albans at Thittokes; rent for all service save foreign service, 8d. Warranty to all men except Jews or religious houses.
[Herts.]C. 5850. Grant by John de Belendene to Geoffrey le Godung of Aldwik, for his homage and service and for 24s. which Geoffrey gave him beforehand, of 1½a. land in the east and west fields of Bethelawe; rent, 3d. Witnesses:—Ralph, lord of Merston, and others (named). Candlemas, 54 Henry III.
[Bucks.]C. 5851. Grant by Roger son of Robert the smith (fabri) of Neuport in frank almoin to Herman the priest, for the souls of his wife, his son William and others and for the maintenance of the poor in the hospital of God, St. Mary, St. John the Evangelist and All Saints, of that part of his burgage in Neuport which is between his house and the bank of Loventia, viz. the house in which schools were kept, reserving a chamber to himself. Witnesses:—Michael de Querendon, steward, Deodatus de Caltekot, Simon le Cat, Nicholas the clerk (clerico), who wrote this deed, and others (named).
[Salop.]C. 5852. Grant by R. abbot of Cumbermar to Richard de Bromhale, his heirs and assigns except religious persons and magnates of half a burgage in the town of Drayton, and of a place of land there, and of 1½a. land in the field of the same, whereof 1a. is in the field towards Betton near 'le Witeschupen' and ½a. is in the field towards Sponley; rent, 10½d. Seal, damaged.
[Norf.]C. 5853. Grant by Henry de Cirtelinge to Sir William de Senges, son of Richard de Senges, of a rent of 15d. of which Robert son of Henry de Bungeye has paid 12d. yearly for 12a. land in the town of Mundham, and 3d. which Heylmer Goche has paid yearly for a messuage in the town of Senges; rent, three peppercorns. For this grant Sir William has given him one mark in gersum. Witnesses:—Sir Alan de Mundham, Stephen his son, and others (named).
[Bucks.]C. 5854. Grant by Simon de Harmed to the hospital of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist, in Neuport, in frank almoin for the support of the poor, of 6a. land in Athelstonescroft towards Caltekote and all his meadow in Doddesmede, and pasture for four beasts which he had by the gift of John de Meilons. Witnesses:— Michael de Querendon, steward, Roger the dean (decano), Nicholas the clerk who wrote this deed, and others (named). Seal, damaged. Endorsed, Carte (sic) de pastura de dominica de iiijor averiis de sex acris terre in clausura vocata Saynt Jonys Close et de [parcella] prati in Doddys Meyd.
[Derby.]C. 5855. Grant by Peter de Sandiaker to Robert son of Hugh de Sandebi with Parnel (Petronilla) his daughter in free marriage of one-third of his mills in Sandiaker with the suit (sequela) pertaining thereto. Witnesses:—Walter [de Santeney], abbot of Stanleye Park, William, archdeacon of Derebi, Robert, parson of Henower, Simon de Seinmor, Richard de Yorz, and others (named). Equestrian seal, damaged.
[Berks.]C. 5856. Grant by Ranulf Horsleche to Robert Morel, for his homage and service and for half a mark which he gave him in gersum, of a messuage in Ingeflod Belet as enclosed by the said Robert; rent for all service save the king's service, viz. ½d. for scutage, 1d. Witnesses:—John Belet of Enedburne, Peter de Haselwik', and others (named).
[Bucks.]C. 5857. Grant by Simon de Tyringham, chaplain, to the hospital of St. John the Baptist in Neuport, the brethren and sisters serving God there, and the poor dwelling there, in frank almoin for the souls of Richard de Tyringham and others, of half a yard-land (virgatam) in the fields of Tyringham and Filegrave which he bought from William de Ellesfeld and four selions of the chief messuage there next the road to Tyringham mill, with the house thereon; rent to the chief lords of the fee, 2s. Witnesses:—John de Culeye, bailiff, Sir William, dean of Neuport, John de Loventa, and others (named). Fragment of seal in white wax. Endorsed, Paten'.
[Notts.]C. 5858. Quitclaim by Agnes Hunter (Venator) of Strel' to Sir Robert de Strel', son of Walter de Strel', Avis his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of her land late of Hugh Hunter (Venatoris) of Strel'. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh de Duyn, William, rector of Strel', and others (named).
Notts.C. 5859. Grant by Avis Godard, daughter of Augustine Godard, to Maud daughter of William Meynard, for her service, of a messuage with all buildings thereon opposite the church of St. Mary in Nottingham, formerly of Master Richard Roche (de Rupe), uncle of the said Avis; rent, ½d. at Easter. Witnesses:—Robert Daft, Richard Becok, and others (named).
[Oxford.]C. 5860. Grant by Adam de Meynleg, son of Vincent, with the consent of Isabel his wife, to Walter de la Pole and Alice (Alesie) his wife of ½a. land in the field of Sydenham towards Emington; rent, a rose at Midsummer. For this grant Walter gave him 7s. 6d. in gersum.
[Bucks.]C. 5861. Grant by John de Kinebell to the hospital of St. John in Neuport Painel in frank almoin of a yearly rent of 1d. at Lady Day for 4a. land in the fields of Tirincham. abutting on 'Alwine Weie,' at 'Luttlehul,' in 'Dighefurlong.' 'Mokeputsclade,' 'Oldefordesclade,' under 'Gilluho,' and in the meadow of 'Ludenhei.' If he shall have no heirs of his body, the lands to go to the hospital after the death of Clarice his wife; but if he shall have heirs of his body, he and they shall redeem the rent. Seal, damaged.
Derby.C. 5862. Grant by William son of Henry to Herbert Scian in free marriage with Maud his daughter and heir of an oxgang in Macwrth, as also of all his land after his death. Witnesses:—Robert de Sautcheverel, Philip de Stretleg, Godfrey Espigurnel, William de Pitlishan, chir[ographer], and others (named). Seal.
[Bucks.]C. 5863. Grant by Baldwin son of Robert Palmer of Witech[erche] to Simon son of Ralph the plumber (plumbarii), his heirs and assigns, except religious houses, for his homage and service, of a messuage adjoining the house which Robert Bull formerly had and 3a. land in 'Pychehambroke,' at 'Buttes,' on 'Blachemulde' and 'Hollawe,' between 'Voxenmore' and 'Bendelmore,' &c., all in Witech[erche]; rent for all service save foreign service, 12d. For this grant Simon gave him 3½ marks beforehand. Witnesses:— Robert son of Peter de Ovinge, and others (named).
[Notts]C. 5864. Grant by Osbert, chaplain of William Brigvare, to Geoffrey Sumervile, of an oxgang which he had by the gift of Hugh Beaumont (de Bellomonte) in the territory of Kawrde; rent for all service save the king's foreign service, 6d. Witnesses:—Sir John Brigvare, Richard de Wileforde, clerk, John, chaplain of William Brigvare, Henry, parson of Roldestone, Gervase de Clivetone and Geoffrey his brother, William, parson of Cotegrave, and others (named).
[Leic.]C. 5865. Grant by Geoffrey Puterel, son of Henry Puterel, to Adam son of Roger de Herdeby of a yard-land which Gilbert the clerk held in the territory of Howes and which Henry gave to Adam for his homage and service. Witnesses:—Gerard de Fanecurth, Roger son of the steward, Geoffrey son of Houder, and others (named).
[Kent.]C. 5866. Grant by John de Godintune to William Potin of part of his land in the town of Strodes; rent, 5s. 10d. for all service save the king's service, viz. 17½d. for ward; and he grants and confirms to the said William land held of William Burgelai, being partly the site of the grantee's barns, land called 'Suthelde' held of Walkelin de Northslade, and land in Northslade held of Walkelin son of Odo. For these grants and confirmations the said William has paid him 40s. in gersum. Witnesses:—Henry de Cobham, Roger Wastehole, William son of Roger, John the Englishman (anglico), Robert Durant, John de Belevile, John son of Simon, Hugh son of Geoffrey, Hanfrid the dyer (tinctore), Richard son of Simon, Ralph Burcekin, Simon and Walter But. Seal in wrapping.
[Herts.]C. 5867. Demise by Thomas son of Lawrence to William Agn' of land which the said Lawrence had in Estebroc and a messuage abutting on the road to Estwod, from Michaelmas, 13 Henry III, for 18 years; money expended on the buildings by the tenant to be repaid at the end of the term. Witnesses:—Henry Lenweise, lord of the fee, and others (named). Seal, damaged. Endorsed, Hemelamsted.
[Staff.]C. 5868. Chirograph indented witnessing that whereas Roger son of Robert de Levynton has surrendered to Sir Hamon Lestraunge and Margaret his wife all the lands, &c. which he had from them within the manor of Levynton, they will give him for his life half the crops of corn and hay growing year by year on the demesne lands surrendered by him. Monday, the feast of St. Dunstan, 16 Edward III. French.
[Norf.]C. 5869. Grant by Robert son of Theobald de Smalberghe to Sir William de Stalham, son of William de Stalham, of ½a. land and one-third of a messuage in Smalberghe abutting on the road leading out of Smalberghe to Thunested for his homage and service and half a mark in gersum; rent, 2d. at the Translation of St. Benedict. Witnesses:—Henry the constable, Richard le Heuker, and others (named).
[Salop.]C. 5870. Quitclaim by Ralph Nohel and Alice his wife, Philip le Waite, Roger le Tailur, Adam de la Lee, Hugh de la Lee and Eleanor his wife, John the smith (faber), William son of Richard Hamund, Ralph de Vivario, Christian his wife, and John his son, John de Hulle, Agnes and Margery daughters of John Mead (de Prato), William de Mees, and Mabel late the wife of John Mead (de Prato), to Robert de Levinton, lord of Blakemere, of their right of digging turf for the process of steeping flax in the mere (maram) of Blakemere on the heath called 'Blakemereheth,' except in a certain enclosed place by the weir of Blakemere; and of their right in a field called 'le Byrchisfeld,' so that it may be closed (in defensum) from Michaelmas to Martinmas; cattle may be driven out but not impounded (sine imparcamento) if found there by reason of a broken fence or a gate off its hinges (hesie non pendentis), but if they or their heirs shall wantonly break down the gate or fence, the damage is to be made good by impounding the cattle. Nine seals, some damaged.
[Leic.]C. 5871. Grant by Richard Cheynel to Ralph Grym, lord of Heccote, of 7 yard-lands in the town of Bildestona which John son of Siward the smith (fabri) of Totesbir' formerly held of him and which, together with the homage and service of the said Ralph, the said John made over to him; rent for all service save the king's foreign service, 7s. Witnesses:—Sir Robert le Poter, and others (named).
[Bucks.]C. 5872. Grant by Walter the clerk (clericus), son of Eborard de Neuport to the hospital of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist, Neuport, and the brethren and sisters of the same in frank almoin, for the maintenance of strangers and poor persons, of his messuage with houses, courtyard (curto), &c, in Neuport, by the north bridge; rent to the chief lord of Neuport, 6d. and to the monks of Neuport, 18d. Witnesses:—John de Culeye, bailiff, and others (named). Endorsed, Carte Walteri Ewehar. Nota vjd. rent owt of Coblers howse to the lorde of Newport and xviijd. to the abbey. Paten'.
[Heref.]C. 5873. Grant by Master William de Colewella to his two daughters Margery and Edith, their heirs and assigns except religious houses, for their services, of land called 'Witewelle' and a grove at Brochulle; rent for all services save the king's service, 3d. Witnesses:—Master Hugh de Furches, Gilbert Barri, and others (named). Seal in white wax, damaged.
[Leic]C. 5874. Grant by William son of Geoffrey le Blunt, clerk, of Shepe, to William son of William Burdet, for his service, of a messuage, in the territory of Shepe. For this grant he has received 18 marks beforehand. Witnesses:—Sir Thomas de Hendissouere, knight, Sewall Tuchet, Walter de Culi, Robert de Shepe, rector of Musselawe, and others (named). Seal. Endorsed, Carta Willelmi Wyte, clerk.
[Worc.]C. 5875. Grant by Richard Perkyn of Maderesfelde to Walter de Inteberwe, chaplain, for life, of a place of land called 'le Culverhey' stretching from the king's highway to 'le Neweleiton'; remainder to Alice Hathiel, Juliana her daughter, and the heirs of the body of the said Juliana; warranty of the dower which Edith Ssekelok had. Maderesfelde, Thursday after Michaelmas, 4 Edward III. Seal. Endorsed, Farley.
[Kent.]C. 5876. Grant by Robert son of Gervase the bridgekeeper (pontarii) of Tunebrig to Richard de Clara, his lord, of the rents he received from the prior of Tunebrig, and others (named). For this grant the said Richard has given him 32 marks in gersum. Witnesses:—Sir John de Say, and others (named).
[Essex.]C. 5877. Grant by Geoffrey Perfey to Ralph de Grendon, for his homage and service, of land called 'Wulwineshey' adjoming the road to Lhosey, and of a rent of 7d. due from William de Hilgad from land called 'Wodvfeld,' all at a rent of ½d. at every scutage. Witnesses:—Sir Hugh de Lassandr', William son of Galiana, and others (named).
[Kent.]C. 5878. Grant by Walter Convers to Sir Richard de Clara, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, for his service and for 20 marks beforehand, of a messuage which Roger Ketel formerly held in the town of Tonebrug and 2½a. meadow in 'Vort Eylonde,' and a messuage in the town of Tonebrug called 'Vinitria'; rent, five peppercorns at Michaelmas. Witnesses:—Sir John, prior of Tonebrug, Sir William de Merworth, Geoffrey de Rokeburn, steward of Tonebrug, Peter and Richard Haudlo, and others (named).
[Essex.]C. 5879. Grant by Richard son of Peter de Binesle to Ralph de Grandone, of the homage and service, to wit, a rent of 8d., which Robert de Bramdone the parson paid him for a pasture called 'Holm.' The said Ralph is to pay at the rate of ½d. for every scutage of 20s. For this grant the said Ralph has given him half a mark in gersum. Witnesses:—Sir Ingelarius de Cantelur, Sir Hugh de Lassandre. and others (named).
[Bedford.]C. 5880. Grant by Henry III to Joan de Albiniaco of a market and fair at her manor of Amethull. 6 May, 26 Henry III. (Charter Roll, 26 Henry III, m. 2.)
[Staff.]C. 5881. Grant by Robert de . . . . ere to Richard Skeyl of Bettileg of two places of land within the fee of Bettileg containing 9 selions stretching to 'le Tounbache' and to the ditch (le doyt) coming from the park; rent to the chief lord of Bettileg, 4d. For this grant the said Richard gave him 12s. beforehand. Witnesses:—William de Th[ick]nesse and John le Wafetter, bailiffs of Bettileg, and others (named).
[Herts.]C. 5882. Grant by Agnes daughter of Walter le Grant to William de la Sale of Drayton and Alice his wife of a messuage and land in Betelaue. Witnesses:—Sir Robert, treasurer (treserario) of St. Paul's, Ralph, lord of Merston, Ralph the clerk (clerico) of Trenge, and others (named). Saturday before the feast of St. Mark, 11 Edward I. Endorsed, Quieta clamacio Angnete le Graund de Huccote.
[Hants.]C. 5883. Grant by Guy de Terstewode to Geoffrey Brug, his nephew, son of Adam Bruge, for his homage and service, of a messuage in Terstewode which he had by the gift of Richard de Terstewode, his brother, for his homage and service, and land in Sudhee, adjoining Stomburne, in Wike, and elsewhere; rent, half a pound of cummin at Michaelmas for all service save the king's and 3s. to the chief lord at the feast of St. Ethelfleda. Witnesses:—Edmund the priest (sacerdote) of Nutscelling, Edmund his son, Thomas the priest of Welewe, Roger de Vilers, and others (named). Seal, damaged. Endorsed, Vyot de Terstuhudu.
[Hants.]C. 5884. Grant by Nicholas de Brummore to William de Brummore, his brother, for his homage and service, of 14a. land of the half hide which Robert de Brummore, his father, held from the leper ladies of Bradel, whereof 8a. are in Wingate and 3a. are in Brochland; rent, 2 . . at the feast of St. Giles, all formerly held by Robert, father of the grantor, of the leper ladies of Bradele. Witnesses:—Robert . . . . Maria, Richard de Chardunvil, Philip de Linguire, Hugh de Godeshull, Roger de Burleh, John de Hardebrig, Henry de Biketun, Geoffrey de Perushes, Robert de Kernet and Richard de Henleg. Seal, damaged.
[Kent.]C. 5885. Grant by Ralph the bald (canutus), to Baldwin the chamberlain (camerario), of rents in the town of Tunbregia, of 12d. from Peter the forester (forestario), 10d. from Stephen son of Martin, 10d. from Roger Ketel, and 4d. from Ralph Turke; rent, half a pound of pepper for all service. Witnesses:—Peter de Barindennia, Nicholas the lay-brother (converso), Richard de Thalamo, Peter the forester (forestario), Roger son of Peter, Geoffrey, Roger, and Ralph the foresters, and Roger the chaplain (capellano).
[Herts.]C. 5886. Grant by Anne de Wivelestorn to Robert Hodius of Bettelawe, for his homage and service, of ½a. land in the field of Bettelawe; rent, 1d. at the Finding of the Holy Cross.
[Leic.]C. 5887. Grant by Geoffrey Puterel, son of Henry Puterel, to Adam son of Roger de Herdebi of two oxgangs in the territory of Houwes; rent, 8s. For this grant the said Adam gave him 3 marks beforehand.
[Kent.]C. 5888. Grant by Roger the cook (cocus) to Ro . . de Roklay of a yearly rent of 42d., being the services of Henry son of Gervase, Nicholas his brother, John son of William, and Ralph the weaver (tixtor), in exchange for 7½a. land lying to the east of his house; rent, 2d. Witnesses:—Alexander de Stalesfeld, and others (named).
[Oxford. Bucks.]C. 5889. Grant by Isabel St. Faith (de Sancta Fide), widow, to Maud her daughter, for her service, of a yard-land in the town of Wendlebyr' which John son of Roger held of William de Greynvyle her husband and herself, and of a messuage in the town of Chilton which Robert de Warmodeston formerly held of her; also of Robert Beneyt in villeinage together with his issue (sequela) and chattels; rent, a clove at Easter for all service save the king's scutage. Witnesses:—Walter de Burgh, Walter Knight (milite), Nicholas de Lucy, and others (named). Endorsed, Carta de Wendlyngburgh.
[Notts.]C. 5890. Grant by John de Wilers to Payn de Wilers his nephew of two oxgangs in the territory of Caverton which William his brother gave him and of a toft and croft there; rent, a pair of white gloves or 1d. for all service save foreign service. Witnesses:—Ralph de Crumbwell, Philip Scrop, Richard Barri, and others (named).
[Devon.]C. 5891. Grant by Roger, lord of Bockelonde, to William de Bruges for life of all the land in Bughedun which Matthew le Metehyne holds, together with the said Matthew, but not his children, with common of pasture such as his other tenants have, and housebote and heybote in his wood of Bocklaunde by view of his bailiffs; rent, 6d. with suit of court. Witnesses:—Roger de Baggetorre, and others (named).
[Sussex.]C. 5892. Grant by Andrew, nephew and heir of Alan le Drapur of Horsham, to Walter Rannulff of Horsham and Maud his wife, for 20s. in gersum, of a yearly rent of 2s. 6d. in Horsham due from William Brunig and Walter le Bass; rent, a clove at Michaelmas. Witnesses:— William le Puff, Robert Tribel, and others (named).
[Warw.]C. 5893. Quitclaim by William de Brugge and Olive his wife to John son of Hugh of their right in 3 hides and a yard-land in Haselora which they claim against Oliver de Haseleia. And if John shall buy the land from Oliver, he shall do them the service due therefor. Witnesses:—Geoffrey Savage (Salvagi), Otuel Lisle (de Insula), Roger de Strattune, Hugh de Wichthulle, John Huscarl, John de Suetuna, Hamon the clerk.
[Somerset.]C. 5894. Grant by Maud late the wife of . . . de Langhaye to John . . . of Pethaye, for his homage and service and for . . . shillings in gersum, of a piece of land in the town of Wiveltune abutting on the road to Langhaye, given in free marriage with her by Alice her mother; rent to the chief lord of the fee, 4d.; scutage, ½d.
Bucks.C. 5895. Grant by Hugh de Gurnai and Millicent his wife to Robert de Turri, his man, for his service, of 20 shillings' worth of land to dwell upon (ad se hospitandum) at Bledeslewes, which land was late of Hemming and of Aylmer and Aylwin de Northgravia, and grant to the said Robert of 4l. in coin of his rent (de firma mea) of Bledeslewes, to be paid at Michaelmas, Candlemas, Whitsuntide and St. Peter's Chains, until they give him 4 librates of land; rent, one sore sparrow-hawk or 2s. Witnesses:—Ralph the chaplain (capellano), John de Hosdeng, William de Merlo, Oliver de Age, Anffrei the sewer (dapifero), Hodus de Brumustier, Hugh of the Castle (de Castello), Ralph Rivers (de Riveria), Hugh de Burgennun, William de Moreingni, Hugh Brun, Warnier the chamberlain (camerario), and Richard the archer (archario).
[Herts.] [Bucks.]C. 5896. Quitclaim by John de Jerpenvill to Sir Geoffrey de Jarpenvill, of his right in all the homages, rents and services which he had by the gift of Maud Basset his mother in Ticecot, together with a yearly rent of 8s. charged on the mill of Messewrth. For this quit- claim the said Geoffrey gave him a rent of 22s. Witnesses:—Alan Basset, Luke de Jerpenvill, and others (named).
[Suffolk.]C. 5897. Grant by Roger son of William Esturmy to Maurice son of Semannus the smith (fabri), for his homage and service, of all the land which the said Semannus held of the said William in Suburn and the parish of Ykanno, to hold to him, his heirs and assigns except religious houses; rent, 2s. payable at Michaelmas, the feast of St. Andrew, Easter, and the feast of St. Botolph, and at the mowing of the meadow, 1d., and for castle guard at Lancaster, 3d. at Whitsuntide, for all service save the king's service, viz. scutage at the rate of 5¼d. on 20s. For this grant the said Maurice has given him 20s. Wit- nesses:—Adam Fausabrun, John son of William, lord (domino) of Chiselford, and others (named). Endorsed, [Sud]burn and Iken.
[Notts.]C. 5898. Grant by J. abbot of Stanleg Park and the convent of the same place to Geoffrey the clerk (clerico) of Stretleg, son of Roger de Stretleg, for his homage and service, of a place of land called 'Brockishale,' reckoned as (pro) 15a., lying between the land of William le Morteyn and the land of Robert de Stretleg; rent, 5s. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Stretleg, Robert de Muscham, Robert de Brunisleg, and others (named). Endorsed, Strelley Cossall.
[Staff.] [Chester.]C. 5899. Grant by H. de Blakenhale to H. de Aldithel of all his meadow under AVrimeford, situate as described, except his grove of Heiwode; rent, a pair of white gloves worth 1d. at the feast of St. Giles.
[Herts.]C. 5900. Quitclaim by William son of Walter le Grand of Huccotc to William de la Sale of Draiton and Alice his wife of their right in a tenement in Betelaue. Witnesses:—Ralph, lord of Merston, Simon le Rotur, and others (named). Seal, damaged.