Deeds
C.6701 - C.6800

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H. C. Maxwell Lyte (editor)

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1915

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378-389

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'Deeds: C.6701 - C.6800', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 378-389. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64497 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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C.6701 - C.6800

[Chester.]C. 6701. Chirograph, indented, being a grant by Philip de Egerton to William son of Richard de Merchumley of a place of land in Nantwich; rent, 6s. Candlemas Day, 13 Richard II. Fragment of seal.
Chester.C. 6702. Grant by Hugh Shaill to Richard, son of Richard de Fouleshurst, the elder, Maud, his wife, and the heirs of his body, of a place of land in Nantwich, which he had by the gift of Nicholas Oldcalf; rent, a rose; remainder to Richard son and heir of Richard de Fouleshurst. Witnesses:—John de Wrennebur', sheriff of Chester, and others (named). Thursday after St. Valentine, 1339. Seal.
Chester.C. 6703. Grant by Roger de Malpas to John de Bikerton, William Mullok, and David de Bekeley, of all his lands, etc. which he has within the county by the gift of David, son of David de Malpas. Michaelmas Day, 2 Richard II. Seal of arms (Malpas).
Chester.C. 6704. Grant by Robert, son and heir of Hugh de Fouleshurst, to Hugh, his father, and Margery, his mother, of all the lands, etc. which he has by the gift of the said Hugh, and which Hugh had by the gift of John de Werleston, for 39 years. Witnesses:—Robert de Bulkyl, sheriff of Chester, and others (named). Sunday after Epiphany, 2 Edward II. Seal.
Chester.C. 6705. Grant by John, son of David de Malepas, to William Baxster, rector of half the church of Malepas, Richard Fleccher, rector of Hasulwall, Richard Mascy del Hogh, Hugh Malepas, of Chatkeley, John Kynaston, John Thikkenes, and Philip Filkyn, of all his lands, etc. in the county. Tuesday after St. Denis, 5 Henry V. Seal.
Chester.C. 6706. Letters of John, son of David de Malpas, appointing Thomas de Cholmeley his attorney to deliver seisin to William Baxster and others (as in C. 6705) of all his lands, etc. in the county. Hampton, Tuesday after St. Denis, 5 Henry V. Seal.
Chester.C. 6707. Letters of Richard Flechier, rector of Haselwall, and John Thyknys appointing John Ithell their attorney to deliver to Elizabeth, daughter of David del Malpas, John Eggerton, Katherine, Margaret, Alice, and Agnes, daughters and heirs of John Bryde and of Katherine, daughter of David de Malpas, and to Thomas Hogh, seisin of all the lands, etc. which they had by the gift of John, son of David del Malpas, within the county. Wednesday, Martinmas Day, 12 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Chester.]C. 6708. Grant by William Baxster and others (as in C. 6705) to David son of John de Malpas, Alice his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of all the lands, etc. which they had by John's gift in Newbolde, Newton, Rowton, Aldresey, and Broxun. Hampton, Monday, St. Andrew's Eve, 5 Henry V. Six seals.
[Chester.]C. 6709. Letters of Margery, daughter of Hamon le Sheremon, appointing Thomas de Budenhale, chaplain, or Thomas Baskervill her attorneys to deliver to Maud de Cholnondelegh, daughter of Richard de Fouleshurst, seisin of a curtilage in Nantwich (Wico Malbano). Dodinton, Sunday after St. Peter's Chair, 38 Edward III. Seal, damaged.
[Suffolk.]C. 6710. Grant by Robert Geldegelt and John Skynnere alias Lyncolne, to Thomas Oode, chaplain of Yaxlee, John Geldegelt, and John Audele, of a close called 'Keggellys,' in Monk Soham, between a close called 'Suddonclos,' etc. and abutting on Brodewey, which close they had by the gift of John Dobbe, of Kenton. 4 July, 27 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Suffolk.]C. 6711. Conveyance by Edmund de Bedyngfeld, esquire, and John Zelote, of Wyrlyngworthe, to Robert Tooke, of Kenton, William Wode, of the same, John his son, and Ralph Tooke, of 2a. land in Aspale, without the right of driving cattle in or out (chas' nec rechas') and without any road beyond the land late of Thomas Bokenham, of Kenton. 1 June, 17 Henry VI. Two seals.
[Suffolk.]C. 6712. Grant by William Wode, the elder, to William his son, John Holand, of Kenton, and John Lyce, of Aspale St. Mary, of all his lands, etc. in Kenton and Debenham, which he, together with John Brasyer, vicar of Debenham, and John Kew, of Brokford, had by the gift of John Wade, of Brawnston, Robert Toke, William Holm, of Helmyngham, John Gardener, of Gretyngham, and John Spech. Witnesses:—Robert Bury, vicar of Kenton, Robert Aldrych, and John Alone. 15 February, 39 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
[Devon.]C. 6713. Quitclaim by Isabel, relict of Richard atte Water, an daughter and heir of Walter Crokker, to Walter Broyt, Joan his wife, and his heirs, of her right in the western half of her land in Hornburgh, in the parish of Bydeford. Witnesses:—John Knappe, William Ketyng, and others (named). Northam, Tuesday after the Annunciation, 21 Richard II. Seal.
[Devon.]C. 6714. Grant by Richard Attewater and Isabel, his wife, to Walter Broyt, Joan his wife, and Walter's heirs, of the western half, as already divided, of their land in Hornburgh, in the parish of Bydeford, late of Reynold Crocker; rent for their (nostra) life, and the life of the survivor, 6d. Witnesses:—John Werbyngton, provost of the borough of Bydeford, Richard Kewly, John Valeth, and others (named). Monday after All Hallows, 19 Richard II. Two seals.
[Devon.]C. 6715. Indenture witnessing that Walter Broyt, the younger, has granted to Walter, his father, for life, his tenement on the south side of the High Street (summi vici) of the borough of Bydeford, between the lord's garden, etc.; which tenement he had by his father's gift; rent, one grain of corn. Witnesses:—Roger Culy, provost of the borough of Bydeford, and others (named). Monday before St. James, 13 Henry IV. Fragments of seal.
[Devon.]C. 6716. Quitclaim by Geoffrey Gyffard,. Richard Gerveys, and William Boteler, to Christine late the wife of Henry Frere, of their right in all their messuages and lands in Esthankeford, which they, together with Thomas Legh, deceased, had by the gift of the said Henry and Christine. Monday before St. Luke, 1 Henry VI. Two seals, one damaged. Endorsed: A release from Gifford, Gervis and Botler of the landes in Eastwoode to Frere his wife.
[Devon.]C. 6717. Grant by John Beaupell and Joan, his wife, to David Nele, clerk, and Simon Broyt, of all their messuages, etc. in Orchard, Legh, Mersh, and Hurneburgh. The feast of St. Hilary, 13 Edward IV. Two seals, damaged.
[Devon.]C. 6718. Grant by Thomas Sken to John Knappe of a house called 'Waresmythe' between the high roads leading to Apuldore and Bothythe, etc. Northam, Thursday before Midsummer Day 20 Richard II.
[Devon.]C. 6719. Grant by John Valet to Philip Stegan, Alice his wife, and her heirs, of all his messuages, lands, etc. in Orchard, within the manor of Northam, and of his land called 'le Mersh' in Hornburgh, in the parish of Bydeford, all which he, together with John Sompter, deceased, had by the gift of the said Alice. Monday before Candlemas 33 Henry VI. Seal.
[Devon.]C. 6720. Grant by John Broyte to John Sulford and David Aygger of half his messuages and land in Orchard, in the manor of Northam, together with half his land called 'le Mersch,' in Hornburgh. Saturday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 25 Henry VI. Seal.
[Devon.]C. 6721. Quitclaim by Alice, sister and heir of Richard Ware, to John Cotel of her right in a house in the manor of Northam (as in C. 6718). Witnesses:—John Hayward, John Southwood, and others (named). Herton, Tuesday before St. Simon and St. Jude, 15 Richard II. Seal, damaged.
[Devon.]C. 6722. Indenture whereby John Sulford and David Aygger demised to John Broyte, for life, a moiety of the messuages and lands in Northam and Bydeford (described in C. 6720) which they had by the gift of the said John Broyte; remainder to Joan, the wife of John Beapell, previously the wife of John Whyston, the younger, and one of the daughters of the said John Broyte. Thursday before the Conversion of St. Paul, 30 Henry VI. Seal and fragments mapped in sacking.
[Devon.]C. 6723. Grant by Henry Frer and Christine, his wife, to Thomas Legh and Richard Gervys of all their messuages and land in Esthankeford. Monday after Ascension Day, 1 Henry V. Fragment of seal. Endorsed: Estwoode in Buckland.
Devon.C. 6724. Acknowledgment by John Clyff, of Dittesham, and Margaret, his wife, of the payment by Baldwin Malet of 60s. for land called 'Orchard' in the parish of Northam. Midsummer Day, 10 Henry VIII. Fragment of seal.
[Devon.]C. 6725. Letters of John Beaupell and Joan, his wife, appointing William Rokebeare their attorney to deliver to David Nele, clerk, and Simon Broyt, seisin of all their lands in Orchard, Legh, Mersh, and Hurneburgh. The feast of St. Hilary, 13 Edward IV. Fragment of seal.
[Devon.]C. 6726. Chirograph, indented, whereby Christine, late the wife of Henry Frer, granted to Richard Morton, of Lytelmorton, Elizabeth his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, all her messuages and lands in Esthankeford; remainder to the heirs of the body of the said Elizabeth; rent, 49s. 2½d. during the life of the grantor. Thursday after St. Luke, 1 Henry VI. Seal.
[Heref.]C. 6727. Quitclaim by John Cachepoll, clerk to . . . of his right in a tenement in Oldescolestrete [Hereford]. Witnesses:—William Erdesley, Walter ate Broke.
Heref.C. 6728. Letters of Thomas son of Roger Restard, of Welynton, appointing Henry Gogh and Richard Houlond his attorneys to deliver to Thomas Holgot, George ap Huy, and William Hoggys, seisin of certain messsuages, lands, etc. specified in a charter. 25 January, 3 Edward IV. Seal.
Heref.C. 6729. Indenture whereby John Breynton granted to Joan late the wife of Thomas Restard, for life, his messuage, orchard, and close in Welyngton. 20 July, 12 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
[Heref.]C. 6730. Letters of Thomas de le Hay, of Hontelowe, the younger, Edmund Gomo, . . ., appointing John Yong, of Hereford, their attorney to deliver seisin of a messuage and . . . within the lordship of Stretton to . . . Saturday before St. Thomas, . . . Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
Heref.C. 6731. Grant by Richard de la Barre, canon of Hereford, to Hugh Fren, Robert Preston, John Forest, and Robert Godsone, chaplains, of a messuage and 18a. arable in Hereford, in Wid- marasshstret, stretching to the high road to Widma[ras]sh Portfeld. Saturday after All Hallows, 37 [Edward III.]
[Heref.]C. 6732. Quitclaim by Peter Codeshale to Roger Pertrich of his right in all lands, etc. which he holds in Welynton. Witnesses:— Philip Holgot, John Welynton, John Trewelove, Walter Restot, Henry Hoper. 24 July, 18 Richard II. Seal.
Heref.C. 6733. Grant by Thomas Chippenham and Thomas Benger, to John le Ferrour, tailor, all citizens of Hereford, of a tenement in Hereford, in Oldscolestrete, late of John Wych, citizen of Hereford, and of a small parcel of curtilage, late of John Freman, corvyser [shoemaker]. Witnesses:—Thomas Wyghtfeld, mayor of Hereford, John Troney, and William Breynton, bailiffs, and others (named). Thursday before St. George, 18 Richard II. Two seals, one of arms.
[Heref.]C. 6734. Chirograph, indented, whereby John Deveros, lord of Bisschopuston, and Philip Holgot, granted to Philip Stode and Agnes, his wife, for their life, a messuage called 'Arnaldus' and 6a. land in [Bis]schopeston, lying in 'Ocfeld,' 'le Wynmullefeld,' and 'Poukewallefeld,' and stretching to le Portwey, towards Brugge, and to 'Farlynggrebe'; rent as heretofore; remainder to Roger, son of the grantees, for life; remainder to the said John. Witnesses:— John de Eylesford, knight, and others (named). 20 March, 12 Richard II. Seal of arms, damaged. Endorsed: William Baskervile vel Chabnour.
Heref.C. 6735. Copy of the will of Thomas de la Barre, citizen of Hereford, dated Monday after the Epiphany, 1338; direction for burial in the cloister of the church of St. Ethelbert; legacies to the cathedral, to the feretory [shrine] of St. Thomas, to the churches of All Saints, St. Peter, St. Andrew, St. Martin, St. Nicholas, and St. Ethelbert, in Hereford, to the poor of St. Giles, to the houses of the sick beyond the Wye, on Yene, and of St. John's in Wydemershstrete, Hereford, to the friars minors of Hereford, Shrewsbury, and London, to the friars preachers of Hereford and Shrewsbury, to the Austin Friars of Shrewsbury and Ludelowe, to the bridges of Waya, Lugge, Mordeford, and Stokebrugge, for cloth and shoes to be distributed among the poor for his soul's sake, and for other pious uses; legacies to Richard, Thomas, Edmund, William, Lawrence, and Roger, his sons, (40 marks each), to John (10l.) and Bartholomew (100s.), his brothers, and other pecuniary and specific legacies; his books to his sons Richard and Edmund, but to be kept in the family for the use of all his sons who shall make progress in learning; his lands and rents in the city and suburbs of Hereford to Isabel his wife, for life, and after her death the tenement in which he dwells, with all his rents of assize in Hereford, to Richard, his son, together with a sapphire ring which his father used to wear for the weakness of his eyes; to Edmund, his son, tenements in Wydemershportefelde and elsewhere; to William, his son, a tenement in Wydemershstrete within Barrebrugge, etc., and to Roger, his son, a tenement in Sadulwrithstrete, between the lane to Cabacheslone, etc., a place in the tenure of Sir Thomas Hakelut, a curtilage in Wydemershestrete, stretching from Catteslone to Frogeslone, together with a tenement near Wydemershe; the sons to have their lands on the marriage of Isabel, notwithstanding any clause (loquela) in her favour; appointment of Isabel, Richard, Edmund, and Thomas as executors.
Note of probate of the will before Stephen de Ledebury, dean of Hereford, dated Saturday after the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, 1343, and of various alterations in legacies. The above copy certified to be a correct transcript of the register by John Odiskyn, sub-dean, in the presence of John Mey, mayor of Hereford, and John Bygot and William Stowe, notaries public. 8 October, 1412. Seal.
Chester.C. 6736. Assignment by Rondle Palyn, of Bickerton, yeoman, to Edward Egerton, of Wrynehill, esquire, of a lease, granted 26 June, 38 Elizabeth, by Ralph Bostocke, of Moulton, gentleman, to Thomas Newton, of Tranmore, yeoman, for the life of Thomas and the lives of Robert, his son, Anne, daughter of Robert Wade, and Thomas, son of the said Thomas, at a yearly rent of 53s. 4d., of a messuage and land in Moreton in Worall. 3 October, 43 Elizabeth. English. Signed: R. P. signum Rondulphi Palyn.
[Suffolk.]C. 6737. Schedule of deeds, acknowledged by John Jaggard, gentleman, to be in his custody in his answer to the bill of Sir Joseph Alston, baronet, to be produced in Court under an order dated 5 June, 1 James II.:—
(1) Grant, dated 20 January, 1640, by John Holland to Edward Alston, the younger, Penning Alston, of London, grocer, and Joseph Alston, of London, merchant, for 1,100l., of the Newhouse in Edwardston.
(2) Grant, dated 10 February, 1641, by Richard Hale and Anne, his wife, Richard and Edward, their sons, Ambrose Hale, and John Brand, esquire, to Joseph, Edward, and Penning Hale, for 60l., of a messuage called 'Shobly' alias 'Link,' in Edwardston.
(3) Grant, dated 14 April, 18 Charles I, by Edward, Joseph, and Penning Alston to John Brand, gentleman, lord of the manor of Edwardston Hall, of an annuity of 10s. 8d. issuing out of lands in Edwarston.
(4) Grant, dated 22 October, 1644, by Edward Alston, of Sudbury, to Joseph, Edward, and Penning Alston of a messuage called 'Quicke' in Edwardston and Great Waldingfield, or one of them.
(5) Conveyance, dated 27 November, 1648, by Joseph, Edward, and Penning Alston, to Joseph Mann, gentleman, of the farm called 'the Newhouse,' for 1,700l. English. Paper.
Chester.C. 6738. Grant by Robert Johnson, of Lyskarde, sailor, to John Dood, of Egerton, yeoman, of a messuage in Kirkeby Walley alias Wallezey, with lands there and in Lyskard and Saughall Mascie. 31 January, 42 Elizabeth. Seal of arms. Endorsed with autographs of witnesses, etc.
[Hants.]C. 6739. Chirograph, indented, witnessing that Aucher Fraunk, lord of Byketon, has demised to Thomas Mulleward, miller, his water-mill there, with fisheries, a ham of meadow, the branches of the willows standing on the east side of the pond, suit, millstones, etc., for ten years; rent, 66s. 8d. and at Michaelmas 10 sticks of eels; the miller to board the mill-head, sluice, etc. with planks and nails to be furnished by the lord, who shall make compensation if he fail to provide material for repairs. 24 March, 18 Richard II.
Chester.C. 6740. Bond in 200l. by Robert Wade, of Moreton, yeoman, to Thomas Neweton, of Tranmoll alias Tranmore, yeoman, for the per- formance of the terms of a pair of indentures of even date. Wit- nesses:—Robert Moore, mayor, and others. 10 December, 38 Elizabeth. Seal, damaged.
Chester.C. 6741 Assignment by George Bate, of Poole, yeoman, to John Dod, of Egerton, yeoman, for 30l., of a lease granted to him by John Poole, of Poole, esquire, and John his son, deceased, for 21 years from the determination of another lease of the same length beginning at Martinmas, 1582, at a yearly rent of 16s., of a messuage and land in Moreton. 20 August, 43 Elizabeth. Seal. English. Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Chester.C. 6742. Indenture of demise, dated 26 June, 38 Elizabeth, by Ralph Bostock, of Moulton, gentleman, to Thomas Newton, of Tranmore, yeoman, for 90l., of a messuage in Moreton in Wyrrall, during the term of the lives of Robert and Thomas, sons of the said Thomas, and Anne Wade (as in C. 6736). English. Signed, Thomas Newton. Fragment of seal. Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Chester.C. 6743. Bond by the above Ralph for the payment of 180l. to the above Thomas. 26 June, 38 Elizabeth. Signed by Ralph Bostock and witnesses. Fragment of seal. Endorsed, in English, with condition of performance of the terms of the preceding deed.
Chester.C. 6744. Bond by Robert Johnson, of Liskarde, sailor, for the payment of 100l. to John Dood. 31 January, 42 Elizabeth.
Condition, in English, of performance of the terms of a deed of even date (C. 6738 or C. 6745). Signed by witnesses. Seal of arms.
Chester.C. 6745. Indenture, dated 31 January, 42 Elizabeth, being a grant by the above Robert to the above John, for 30l., of a messuage and land in Kyrkeby Walley alias Wallezey and a parcel of meadow in Saughall Mascie, late of James Johnson, brother of the above Robert. English. Signed, John Dodd. Seal. Endorsed with signa- tures of witnesses.
Chester.C. 6746. Indenture, dated 17 November, 2 James I., between Robert Davies, of Mollington, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, of the one part, and Thomas Dodd and John Lea, gentlemen, of the other part, witnessing that Robert and Elizabeth, in performance and confirmation of two leases made by them to Sir John Egerton, of Egerton, knight, undertake to levy a fine, sur conizans de droit come ceo que il ad de son done, to the said Dodd and Lea of two messuages and land in Mooreton, to the use of William Rathbon and Margaret Billinges, for their lives, with remainder to the said Sir John, for 21 years, and further remainders to Robert and Elizabeth and Elizabeth's heirs. Two seals. Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
Stafford.C. 6747. Letters of Francis Fitton, of London, esquire, appointing . . . . his attorney, to deliver seisin of his lands in the county of Stafford to William Spicer, of Talacrie,co.Flint. 1 May, 41 Elizabeth. Draft in English, on paper. On the third page is the beginning of a further memorandum.
Chester.C. 6748. Indenture, dated 2 November, 39 Elizabeth, being a demise by John Poole, of Poole, and John, his son, to George Bate, of the same, yeoman, of a messuage and land in Mooreton, in the parish of Bidston (as in C. 6741). Signed by John Poole and John Poole [his son] with two seals of arms, one damaged. Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
[Hants.]C. 6749. Grant by John Atten Hasshe to John le Englisshe of a messuage, and three pieces of his land in Shirefelde, whereof one piece lies between la Mulle lane,' etc., and one is called 'Mabelie Heye.' Witnesses:—Sir Walter de Escote, knight, Henry de Emmele, and others (named). Thursday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 19 Edward II. Seal in white wax, damaged.
Wilts.C. 6750. Quitclaim by Alice Cook, widow, to Henry Tirar and Alice, his wife, of her right in a messuage and garden in Whitpershe, between the tenement called 'Aysshegrove,' etc., which they had by her gift. 20 May, 14 Edward IV. Seal.
[Hants.]C. 6751. Indenture, being a quitclaim by Richard le Engleys, son and heir of John le Engleys, knight, to William le Couk, of his right in a messuage and 10a. arable, in Shyrefeld, called 'Adyeslond,' lying in a croft on the east side of the high road leading from the court of Shyrefeld to Lokerlygh; rent, a red rose during the life of Dame Alice le Engleys, Ms mother, and after her death 4s. yearly. Sunday after Michaelmas, 29 Edward III. Seal, damaged.
Wilts. Hants.C. 6752. Chirograph, indented, being a grant by Thomas Ryngewode, esquire, to Thomas, his younger son, servant of John, lord Audeley, in fee tail, of all his lands, etc. in Coulesfeld Loveres and Bottenham (co. Wilts), the reversion of two tenements in White- parish, after the death of Agnes Romesey, a tenement in Shirefeld, a tenement called 'Forell' in Credellestrowe (co. Hants) and a tenement in Fordyngbrigge, near the bridge. 3 December, 5 Edward IV. Seal, damaged. Endorsed: the dede that pertaynythe to the place at the Bryggfot at Foryngbrygge ayenst Edward Evererd, dyer.
[Wilts.]C. 6753. Grant by John Pateneye, chaplain, to Richard Hegges, of Homynton, of all his lands, etc. which he had by the gift of Henry Gereberd in Combe Byset. Monday after St. James, 35 Edward III.
Wilts.C. 6754. Indenture, being a grant by Thomas Ryngwode, of Fordyngbrygge, co. Hants, esquire, to Walter Fetplace, John Moleyns, and William Jerard, the elder, of all his lands, etc. in Bottenham and Nunton. Friday before Trinity, 12 Henry VI. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 6755. Letters of John de la Chambre appointing Nicholas Fayrfax and Edmund Parker his attorneys, to deliver to Thomas Benet seisin of a cottage and curtilage in Remmesbury, in a street called 'Castelwall.' Monday after St. Andrew, 5 Henry IV.
[Wilts.]C. 6756. Chirograph, indented, dated 7 Henry VI., being a final concord, whereby John Todeworth and Robert Mayhewe granted 2 messuages, 3 shops, and 10a. land in New and Old Sarum to Robert Asshton and Alice, his wife, for life; remainder to John, son of the said Robert, and the heirs of his body; remainder to William Westbury.
Wilts.C. 6757. Counterpart of C. 6754. Seal.
[Hants.]C. 6758. Grant by James de Emnele to William de Motefonte, chaplain, for his service and for 6s. 8d. beforehand, of a piece of arable in the east field of Hywys; rent, a rose at Midsummer. Witnesses:—John de Dombredan, Peter de Scalar, and others (named). Endorsed: Shirefeld.
Hants.C. 6759. Indenture witnessing that Walter Fetplace, burgess and merchant of Suthampton, has received from Antonio Dodo, of Venice, merchant, 100 skins (bottos) of wine of Malvesyn worth 400l. in payment of which he will deliver to him 300 dozens of narrow cloths called 'Osetys,' at 9s. the dozen, and western blankets at 19s. 6d. the dozen for the rest of the 400l. Payment to be made as soon as any of three carracks now at Suthampton has received two-thirds of its cargo for Italy, or at Easter at the latest. 21 January, 4 Henry V.
Hants.C. 6760. Chirograph, indented, being a conveyance by John Newton, Ralph Bryght, and Thomas Stoneham to Thomas Ryngewode, the younger, Joan, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of the manor of Shirvile, together with all lands, etc. which they, together with John Popham, knight, and Gilbert Rymer, clerk, had by the gift of Thomas Ryngewode, the elder, esquire; remainder to the right heirs of Thomas Ryngewode, the elder. 23 May, 9 Edward IV. Two seals.
Hants.C. 6761. Letters of John Popham, knight, Walter Feteplace, Michael Skyllyng, and Thomas Frankelen, clerk, appointing John Kyrkeby and William Crambourn their attorneys to deliver seisin to Thomas Ryngwode, son and heir of Thomas Ryngwode, esquire, and Isabel, his wife, of the manor of Sherefeld with the advowson of the church and all their lands there. 2 September, 24 Henry VI. Three seals and fragment of a fourth.
[Hants.]C. 6762. Quitclaim by Simon Aylrych, of Rokford Meoles, to Edward, his son, and to Walter Mulward alias Bokeyt, of Ryngwode, of his right in all his lands, etc. in Blaschforde, Elyngham, Rokforde, or elsewhere in the hundred of Fo[rdingbridge], and in all his goods. Christmas Day, 7 Henry VI. Seal, damaged.
Hants.C. 6763. Grant by Thomas Ryngwode, son and heir of Thomas Ryngwode. esquire, to John Popham, knight, Walter Feteplace, and Thomas Frankelen, clerk, of the manor of Estmylle in the parish of Fordyngbrigge, and of all his lands, etc. in Cradelstowe and Mynstede. Witnesses:—Maurice Berkelegh, knight, and others (named). 1 July, 23 Henry VI. Seal encircled with straw.
[Bucks.]C. 6764. Chirograph, indented, dated at Kyngesryseburgh, Monday after St. Andrew, 12 Edward III, witnessing that Juliana atte Wardrobe has demised to William de Framesworthe, for her life, all her lands in Ryseburgh, on condition of cultivation and of payment to her of the third sheaf of all kinds of corn. Fragment of seal.
Hants. Wilts.C. 6765. Chirograph, indented, being a grant by Eleanor St. Amand to Richard Hull of all her lands, etc. in Shirfeld, Wodynton, and Wellewe, co. Hants, and Whytparssh, co. Wilts, which she had by the gift of Richard Herman, and which were formerly of John Sturmy, with rights of common in the said townships and in the New Forest, etc.; rent, 9s.; a heriot at the death of each tenant, and suit at her court of Shirfeld. 25 October, 6 Henry V. Seal.
[Hants.]C. 6766. Indenture of grant by Robert Gereberd and Alice, his wife, for her life, to Henry le Couke, of la Whiteparosshe, Richard his son and Richard's heirs, of a tenement and 10a. arable in Shyrefeld, between land called 'Wormelonde,' etc., which tenement John le Shephurd formerly had; rent, 3s. 6d. Monday, the Epiphany, 27 Edward III. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 6767. Indenture of demise by John Botiller, parson of Devyses, to John Hulle, baker, of Devyses, and Alice, his wife, for their lives, of a curtilage called 'Maderhey' in the Oldeport of Devyses, between the curtilage of St. John's Hospital, etc.; rent, 3s. Witnesses:—William Coventre, mayor, and others (named). Monday after Michaelmas, 13 Richard II. Seal of arms.
[Wilts.]C. 6768. Indenture of demise by Sir John Boteler, rector of the churches of Devyses, to John Gylberd, for life, of three half-acres of land in Snakewell, near the King's new park; rent, 2s. 6d. Witnesses:—Richard Cardemakere, mayor, Richard Gobet, and others (named). Devyses, the feast of St. Lawrence, 5 Richard II. Seal.
[Hants.]C. 6769. Quitclaim by Margaret English alias Combe, widow, formerly the wife of Richard Combe, knight, and afterwards the wife of Philip Daundesey, to Eleanor St. Amand of her right in the manor of Schirefeld English, the advowson of the church, and lands, etc. there and in Lokerley and Romsey. 6 April, 6 Henry IV. Seal. Endorsed with a note of enrolment on the Memoranda Roll (Exchequer, K.R.) Michaelmas, 8 Henry IV.
[Hants.]C. 6770. Grant by Thomas le Frenchse to John Burnard, son of John Burnard, of Purichute, Alice, his wife, and John's heirs, for 2½ marks beforehand, of 2a. arable in Great Mora, in the parish of Romeseye, whereof 1a. is called 'le Havedacre' and 1a. lies on 'la Muleballe' and stretches to lands called 'Stonrugge' and 'Langgehalve.' Witnesses:—William le Traz, Richard, John, and Walter le Mympes, and others (named).
Norfolk.C. 6771. Grant by John Kedylham, the elder, to Thomas Walyssh, of Colby, Adam Clerk, John Fayrcok, and John Wende, of all his lands, etc. in Southreppes, Thorp Market, Antyngham, Northreppes, or elsewhere in the county. 6 May, 24 Henry VI. Seal.
[Hants.]C. 6772. Letters of Robert Shotesbroke, knight, John Frank, clerk, and John Shotesbroke, appointing John Stokes their attorney to deliver to William Cheyne, knight, Thomas Ryngewode, John Halle, William Soper, John Harryes, and John Counge, seisin of the manor of Shirfelde and the advowson of the church. 20 May, 5 Henry VI. Three seals, one of arms, damaged.
Hants.C. 6773. Grant by William Spenser, styled Robyns, to John Cooke, styled Hychekok, of a messuage and ½a. land in a croft called 'Wolcroft,' in Schirvyle, with a way to it, a messuage and 10a. arable, in Shirvyle, called Adyeslond' (as in C. 6751), a croft containing 3a. in Lokerley, called 'Bryzttes,' and all his common of pasture in the county. Christmas Day, 5 Edward IV. Seal.
[Wilts.]C. 6774. Chirograph, indented, being a grant by Margaret Englisshe, lady of Whelpele, to Richard Janyn, Sibyl his wife, and the heirs of his body, of a small croft called 'Turvylesdene,' in Nyweton, in the fee of Whelplee; rent, 12d. Sunday after Michaelmas, 8 Henry IV. Two seals, damaged.
Hants.C. 6775. Quitclaim by William Nicoll to Walter Fetplace, both burgesses and merchants of Southampton, of all actions real and personal. 30 March, 15 Henry VI. Fragment of seal.
[Hants.]C. 6776. Bond by William Waleweyn, esquire, for the payment of 100 marks to Robert Schotesbroke, knight, and Thomas Ryngewode, esquire. 1 March, 5 Henry VI. Seal, damaged. Endorsed with condition that the said William shall not disturb the said Thomas in his manor of Schirefeld.
Hants.C. 6777. Conveyance by John Popham, knight, and others (as in C. 6761) to Thomas Ryngewode, son and heir of Thomas Ryngewode, esquire, Isabel, his wife, daughter of Walter Feteplace, and the heirs of their bodies, of the manor of Sherefeld, with the advowson of the church, and lands, etc. there; remainder to the right heirs of the said Thomas, son of Thomas Ryngewode. Witnesses: —Maurice Berkelegh, knight, and others (named). 2 September, 24 Henry VI. Four seals.
[Chester ?]C. 6778. Indenture of agreement between Gryffyt le Warrayn and David, de Malpas as to the terms of the settlements on the marriages intended to take place between John, son and heir of Gryffyt, and Margaret, daughter of David, and between William, son and heir of David, and Agnes, daughter of Gryffyt. Monday before Martinmas, 8 Richard II. French. Seal marked W.B.
[Chester.]C. 6779. Chirograph, indented, being a defeasance of a bond given by Urian de Eggerton to William son of Hugh de Chydelowe, the bond to be void if Philip, son of Urian and Margery, daughter of William, after reaching the age of 21 years, shall leave William undisturbed, during his life, in possession of lands which he holds on a seven years' lease of David de Eggerton. Malpas, Sunday after the Beheading of St. John the Baptist, 10 Edward III. French. Seal in white wax, damaged.
[Salop.] Flint.C. 6780. Grant by John, son of Urian de Eggerton, to Sir David son of William de Grafton, chaplain, and David de le Legh, of his capital messuage in Hamptonwode, with common of pasture, etc., in the wood and heaths of Hampton, as in his charter from Robert le Croker, lord of Prestatton, a fishery in the lake of Hanemere, co. Flint, and his share of the old mill of Halchton. Saturday after St. Oswald the King, 1349. Endorsed: This belong to Mr. Egerton of Egerton.
[Chester.]C. 6781. Chirograph, indented, being an agreement between Bernard de Tranemol and Randolph Starky, of the one part, and Robert de Bebinton, of the other part, to treat the water called 'Merse' as the boundary between Bebinton and Tranemol. Monday after St. Andrew, 6 Edward II. French. Damaged.
[Chester.]C. 6782. Indenture of demise by John, son of William de Wig- gelond, and John, his son, to Hugh, son of William de Malpas, of all their lands and messuages in Aggeton, which descended to the said John, the elder, at the death of Alice de Wiggelond, his mother, with common of pasture and 'tacfre' in his wastes in Aggeton, to hold for eleven years from the feast of St. Michael in monte Tumba, 1347; rent, a pair of white gloves; provision against alienation to men of religion or magnates. And if Hugh die within the term, he shall pay 6d. as a payment due at death (principalium), and shall himself receive like dues on the deaths of other tenants. Witnesses:—Philip de Eggerton, William de Malpas, David, his son, John Rathebon, David de Wiggelond. Two seals in white wax, damaged. See Ormerod's 'Cheshire' under 'Hampton' (Vol. 2, p. 639).
Notts. Derby.C. 6783. Bond by Matthew Kylchith, of Annesley, chaplain, and John Bromton, of the same, William Pynder, of Pillesley, and John Reynolde, of the same, husbandmen, for the payment of 40l. to Robert Strelley, sheriff. Saturday before St. Luke, 25 Henry VI.
Notts.C. 6784. Bond by John Mason, of Chilwell, mason, for the pay- ment of 10l. to Robert Strelley, esquire. Friday after St. Luke 24 Henry VI. Seal.
[Notts.]C. 6785. Bond by Thomas Lanney, of Ekeryng, for the payment of 3l. to William Bellerby, of Knesall, chaplain. 14 February, 36 Henry VI. Seal.
Notts. Derby.C. 6786. Bond by John Smalley, of Ratclyff on Trent, and Oliver Asheton of Norwell, yeomen, for the payment of 100s. to Robert Strelley, knight, sheriff of the counties of Nottingham and Derby. The feast of St. Barnabas, 4 Edward IV. Seal and fragment. Endorsed in English with condition for the discharge of Robert Clyfton, knight, of the return of a writ of exigent, sued by him against the said John Smalley and Thomas Smalley, and for payment of 5s. 8d. to the said sheriff.
[Notts.]C. 6787. Bond by John Weld and Thomas Lowthe, both of Strelley, masons, for the payment of 10l. to Robert Strelley, esquire, 17 January, 29 Henry VI. Fragments of two seals.
Leic. Derby.C. 6788. Bond by John Evenet, of Casteldonyngton, yeoman, and John Porter, of Engulby, husbandman, for the payment of 40l. to Robert Strelley, knight, sheriff of the counties of Nottingham and Derby. 24 May, 4 Edward IV. Seal, damaged, and fragment. Endorsed in English with condition for the good conduct of Richard and Robert Porter, of Weston upon Trent, and for their not quitting that lordship without leave of the said sheriff.
Notts.C. 6789. Bond by Richard Thornton, of Lenton, husbandman, John Lostowe, of Nottingham, tailor, and Richard Bromley and John Newthorp, of Lenton, for the payment of 100s. to Robert Strelley esquire, sheriff of Nottingham. 1 August, 24 Henry VI. Fragments of seals. Endorsed with condition indemnifying the sheriff against the King in respect of the delivery of Ralph Prynce from Nottingham goal.
Notts.C. 6790. Bond by John Lanke, rector of Warsopp, for the payment of 10l. to Robert Strelley, esquire, and John Hemylsey. 21 September, 25 Henry VI. Seal.
Derby.C. 6791. Bond by Henry Makeworth, of Makeworth, esquire, for the payment of 40s. to Robert Strelley, esquire. Thursday before St. Valentine, 34 Henry VI. Seal, marked T.
Notts. Leic. Derby.C. 6792. Bond by Thomas Margetson, of Baseforth, John Wastnes, of Burton on the Wo[ld], Ralph Wastnes, of Codnore, and Robert Mylner, of Nuthall, husbandmen, for the payment of 40l. to Robert Strelley, sheriff, 22 January, 30 Henry VI. Four seals, damaged.
Notts.C. 6793. Bond by Lawrence and Thomas Pollarde, of Eddyngley, husbandmen, Thomas Hocurton, of Upton, husbandman, and William Bowmon, of Areham, yeoman, for the payment of 40l. to Robert Strelley, esquire. 28 February, 24 Henry VI. Three seals, one damaged, and a fragment.
Notts. Derby.C. 6794. Bond by William Clederax, of Strelley, yeoman, and Robert Clederax, of Clederax, and William Hogekynson, husbandmen, for the payment of 40s. to Robert Strelley, esquire. 11 December, 24 Henry VI. Two seals.
Notts.C. 6795. Bond by John Wyliamson alias Whithode, of Hempsell, miller, Ralph Stoyle, of Notyngham, ironmonger, and William Lynge, late of Hempsell, miller, for the payment of 10l. to Robert Strelley, knight. 11 October, 17 Henry VI. Fragments of seals.
Notts.C. 6796. Bond by Henry Lemyng, of Bilborowe, yeoman, for the payment of 20l. to John Strelley, of Oxston, esquire. 16 March, 2 Richard III. Seal. Endorsed in English with condition that Henry shall pay 6l. 13s. 4d. before Midsummer or suffer John to enjoy his (Henry's) rights in Cristall wood, held of the prior of Bevall, and shall render account in respect of his and John's parts of the wood.
Notts.C. 6797. Acknowledgment by Joan, late the wife of Robert Strelley, knight, of the receipt from the prior and convent of Thurgarton of 5l. in part payment of an annuity for life of 10l. 20 July, 2 Henry IV. Seal.
Notts.C. 6798. Bond by Henry Bowet of Southwell, clerk, to Robert Strelley, esquire, for the payment of 20l. Sunday before Pentecost, 20 Henry VI.
Derby. Notts.C. 6799. Bond by John Burton, of Mapurley, yeoman, to John Mapurley, of Notingham, gentleman, for the payment of 10l. 14 April, 17 Henry VII. Fragment of seal. Endorsed in English with condition for payment of 10s. half-yearly for twelve years.
Derby. Notts.C. 6800. Bond by Richard Sawnderson, of Ketilston, and John Balard, of Radclyff on Trent, yeomen, and Robert Ferthyng, of Baseford, and Thomas Derwent, of Holme, husbandmen, to Robert Strelley, sheriff, for the payment of 40l. Saturday before St. Luke, 25 Henry VI. Three seals. and fragment.