|Norfolk.||C. 6901. Grant by John Brereton, gentleman, to Matthew Norgate,
and John Walker, all of Norwich, of land in Nether Erleham (as in
C. 6896). 22 January, 33 Elizabeth.|
|[Norfolk.]||C. 6902. Conveyance by Thomas Blake and Richard Bokkyng,
esquires, to William Drake, gentleman, and William Potter and Robert
Ferrour, citizens and clothworkers of Norwich, of 4a. arable in the
field of Erlham (as in C. 6887) which they had by the gift of Thomas
Bokenham. Witnesses:—Robert Longe and Robert Burgh, aldermen
of Norwich, and others (named). 17 June, 15 Henry VII. Two
seals, one damaged.|
|Norfolk.||C. 6903. Grant by William Yaxlee, of Yaxlee, co. Suffolk, esquire,
to John Silver, of Norwich, draper, in part performance of the terms
of C. 6873, of the lands, houses, and fishery in Erleham described
therein. 13 December, 25 Elizabeth. Signature and seal of arms,
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|Norfolk.||C. 6904. Quitclaim by John Silver, of Norwich, draper, and
Tomasina, his wife, to Edmund Sucklyng, of Norwich, D.D., Anne,
his wife, and his heirs, of their right in lands &c. in Erlham (as in
C. 6873). 1 February, 45 Elizabeth. Signature and mark, with seal
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses, and with a note of recognisance
before Thomas Gleane, mayor of Norwich, and John Myngaye and
William Drake, sheriffs, and of enrolment in the Guildhall.
|[Suffolk.]||C. 6905. Grant by . . . de Reydon to Sir Thomas de Bello Cam[po]
of 1a. meadow in 'Sturmedewe,' abutting on the bank of Reydon.
Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Reydon, knight, John, his son, and others
(named). . . . before the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, . . .
Edward . . .|
|Norfolk.||C. 6906. Quitclaim by John Aleyn, of Erleham, gentleman, to
John Brereton, of Norwich, of his right in a close of 3a. in Nether
Erleham (as in C. 6883). 12 March, 5 Elizabeth. Signature, and
seal marked I.A.|
Endorsed with notes of delivery and enrolment in the Guildhall
|Norfolk.]||C. 6907. Indenture, dated 12 December, 19 Henry VI, witnessing
that Walter Nich, of Taverham, gentleman, and Robert Byrkewode,
bailiff, of Heylisdon, servant of Sir John Fastolf, knight, have agreed
that Robert, on his master's behalf, till Michaelmas next, shall occupy
20a. of Walter's land called 'Blodeshille' and 'Blodisdale' in Drayton,
and all the other lands on the east side of Drayton, acquired by Walter
in exchange with the said bailiff; Walter to occupy the lands on the
west side of Drayton which the said bailiff received by the same exchange.
English. Fragment of seal and wrapping.|
|Norfolk.||C. 6908. Grant by John Brereton to John Aleyn, of Erleham,
gentleman, Dorothy, his wife, and his heirs, of a yearly rent of 6d.
charged on a close in Nether Erleham (as in C. 6883). 10 March,
5 Elizabeth. Signature, mark, and two seals.|
Endorsed with note of delivery in the presence of William Ferrour,
alderman, and others (named).
|Norfolk. Suffolk.||C. 6909. Bond by Richard Howese, of Norwich, tanner, to William
Yaxlee, of Yaxlee, esquire. 20 November, 19 Elizabeth. Signatures
Endorsed (in English) with condition for performance of covenants
contained in a pair of indentures of even date.
|Norfolk.||C. 6910. Quitclaim by Alice, late the wife of John Brereton, of
Norwich, widow, to John, her son, of her life interest in a meadow of
3a. in Nether Erleham (as in C. 6896). 14 August, 32 Elizabeth.|
Endorsed with signature of witness.
|London. Hereford.||C. 6911. Recognisance by William Cole, of the Inner Temple, and
Edward Hyde, of London, gentlemen, to Henry Nicolson. of Winslawe,
gentleman, of a debt of 200l. 8 August, 32 Elizabeth. Paper.|
Signatures of recognitors and Julius Caesar, master in Chancery.
|London. Norfolk.||C. 6912. Bill of Nicholas Dikersone, of Wyndhame, chapman,
for the payment to Roger Powell and William Smyth, of London,
salters, of 11l. 19s. due 5 September next. 5 April, 1598. Signatures
of the said Nicholas and a witness. Seal. English. Paper.|
|C. 6913. Bill of Daniel Sherman, of Kinges Linne, chapman, to the
same, for the payment of 11l. 14s. 11d. due 24 June. 23 October, 1599.
Signatures of the said Daniel and a witness. Seal. English. Paper.|
|[Chester.]||C. 6914. Acknowledgment, dated 10 March, 13 Elizabeth, by
John Meyr, esquire, Ralph Eggerton, gentleman, and Ralph Sharat,
servant to Sir Ralph Eggerton, knight, that Sir John Warburton,
knight, has delivered to them, to the use of Sir Ralph, various deeds
which came to him after the death of Dame Eleanor Brereton, formerly
the wife of John Eggerton, esquire, consisting of an assignment of
dower of Dame Eleanor by Sir John Warburton, knight, sheriff of
Cheshire, a pardon, an inventory of the goods of John Eggerton,
esquire, deceased, and 15 other deeds dated 22 Henry VII–4 Elizabeth.
Mark and seal. English. Paper.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses, and the words 'A bill indented
of the writings wch. my Lady Brereton tooke away to Sir John
|Bucks. Worc.||C. 6915. Recognisance in Chancery by John Russell, of Strenisham,
esquire, to John Goodwyn, of Over Winchingdon, knight, and Thomas
Throkmerton, esquire, son and heir apparent of Robert Throkmerton,
knight, for 300l. 2 May, 20 Elizabeth.|
Condition (in English) for observance of the terms of a pair of
indentures of even date between the parties. Signature.
Note. Recognitum coram me Jo: Gybon, in cancellaria magistro,
die et anno suprascriptis. Notus mihi recog[nitor].
|Devon.||C. 6916. Quitclaim by William Rysedon. of Parkeham, gentleman,
to John Beaupell, of Fremyngton, of all personal actions, maintenances,
champerties and demands, except as to the title to lands in Towmouth
and Westwode within the manor of Northam. 4 November,
13 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|Devon.||C. 6917. Indenture, dated 17 October, 20 Elizabeth, witnessing
that Thomas Skynner, John Puggesley, John Drewe, and Nicholas
Glasse have demised to William Launcey a messuage called 'Stone-
brudge Barn,' in Barnestaple, lately reputed to be the inheritance of
Alexander Beaple, for three years. Fragments of three seals.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|Chester.||C. 6918. Surrender by William Croxston, of Ravenscroft, co.
Chester, esquire, and Robert Byllot, of London, Edward Puliston, of
Alynton, co. Denbigh, and John Byllot, of Burton, co. Denbigh,
gentlemen, to Richard Mynshull, of Mynshull, co. Chester, esquire, of
a lease of all his manors, messuages, and lands in the county. 31 May,
18 Elizabeth. Signatures, seal and fragment. English.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|Devon.||C. 6919. Bond by Henry Gribbell, of Licheton, in the parish of
Barnestaple, potter, for the payment of 30l. to Alexander Beaple.
20 May, 12 Elizabeth.|
Condition (in English) for the observance of the terms of a pair of
indentures of even date.
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|Staff.||C. 6920. Indenture, dated 10 July, 28 Elizabeth, witnessing that
Sir Ralph Eggerton, of Wrynehill, knight, and Dame Anne, his wife,
have demised to Robert Wall, husbandman, for a fine of 8l., a messuage
in the lordship of Cheadulton for 14 years from Lady Day, 1593;
rent, 21s. and two capons; a heriot of the best beast, or other best
good, at the death of each tenant. The tenant to do repairs, but to be
allowed sufficient great timber for repairing the messuage and
buildings and 'trowse and tynsell' for hedging, to do suit at the
court and mill of Cheadulton, and to serve Sir Ralph and his heirs
in the queen's wars. Signature.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|Devon.||C. 6921. Grant by William Bysshippe to John Beaupell of all
his messuages, &c. at Orchard and Legh Mershe in the parish of
Northam and in Horneborough in the parish of Bydyford. 18 October,
18 Henry VIII.|
|Staff.||C. 6922. Indenture, dated 3 August, 19 Elizabeth, witnessing
that Sir Ralph Egerton, of the Wrynehill, knight, Dame Anne, his
wife, and Edward, his son and heir apparent, have demised to John
Brount, husbandman, for 25l., beforehand, a messuage in Forde in the
lordships of Bradnapp and Gryndon, with lands and rights of common
in the occupation of the said John, for 21 years from 24 October, 1592;
rent, 23s. 2d. and two capons; other conditions as in C. 6920. Fragment
|[Lincoln.]||C. 6923. Grant by William, son of Walter Gauderun, to John the
chaplain, son of Roger Hemming, of Neubo, for 4s., beforehand, of
two selions of arable in the south field (territorio) of Herlauston, whereof
one lies on 'Walterdale' between land formerly of John Biestun, of
Denton, &c.; rent, ¼d.|
|Devon.||C. 6924. Indenture, dated 27 October, 11 Elizabeth, witnessing
that Joan, Philip, and Richard Mules have sold to Alexander Beaple,
gentleman, for 37l., a burgage, cellar, and houses in Bamestaple, in
Crocke Street, whereof Richard is seized in fee tail. Richard and
Philip undertake to make any further act of conveyance that may be
needed. Three seals.|
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
|[Kent.]||C. 6925. Quitclaim by Juliana late the wife of Henry Box, of
London, to Robert de Dumbleton of her right in lands late of the said
Henry in Lesenes. Saturday, the feast of St. Philip and St. James,
9 Edward II. Witnesses:—Richard de Polthorne, and others (named).|
|[Devon.]||C. 6926. Indenture, being a grant by John Mylward, of Chepyng-
toriton, tucker, son and heir of John Mylward, to William Person
of his tenement in Bydeford, on the east side of the water called
'Torigge,' between the tenement of Thomas Greynfyld, esquire, etc.
with a house called a 'dryhouse' and the quay to the south of it,
and a way to the well there, for 60 years; rent, 4d. All repairs to be
done by the tenant. Witnesses:—John Passer, provost of Bydeford,
and others (named). 1 September, 4 Henry VII. Seal, damaged.|
|[Devon.]||C. 6927. Indenture, being a grant by John Beauple, the elder,
and Richard Clyffe to Joan Colyn, John Jenkyns her husband, and
her heirs, of all those messuages, lands, &c. in Dodewylle, Le More,
Wyleton, Elcomb, Julys alias Ploddy, Turkehill, Colehill, Westhede,
and Waterappeldore Gravell, which John Wylet, Maud Heard, and
William Wolley hold within the manor of Northam and which the
grantors had by the gift of the said Joan. 29 September, 11 HenryVIII.
|Devon.||C. 6928. Indenture, dated 14 October, 18 Henry VIII, witnessing
that William Bysshipp has sold to John Beaupell, for 10l., all his
messuages, lands, &c. in Orchard and the Mershe in the parish of
Northam and in Horneborough in the parish of Bydyforde. English.
Fragment of seal.|
|[Devon.]||C. 6929. Grant by John Clyve to William Rysedon and Richard
Burgeyn of all his messuages and lands in Orchard and Horneburgh
within the manor of Northam to the use of Baldwin Malet, esquire.
6 May, 10 Henry VIII. Seal.|
|Essex.||C. 6930. Indenture, dated 9 April, 29 Henry VIII, witnessing
that Henry, Earl of Essex, has demised to Richard Rawlyn, of Little
Wakryng, Landwyk Marsh in the town and parish of Much Wakryng,
adjoining Wakryng Haven, with profits of feeding, fishing, and fowling,
but reserving waifs, strays, and royalties, for 21 years; rent, 20l.,
the earl to build, within a year, a dwelling-house for a herd, but Richard
to thatch and daub it and make good wear and tear; the earl to
repair the marsh walls and 'flettes,' except as regards the Little Marsh
inned by John Cawston, for which he is to provide stakes, piles, and
bushes only; the tenant's interest in the lease not to be alienated
without leave. English. Signature of the earl.|
|Devon.||C. 6931. Indenture whereby John Beaple, rector of Morwode,
clerk, and Roger Conybeyre, for a fine of 10l., demised to John Jenett,
Elizabeth, his wife, and their eldust son, a cottage at Middill Egenen
in the parish of Bedyford, for their life and the life of the longest
liver; rent, 13s. and a heriot or 'farlen' of 6s. 8d. on the death of a
tenant, unless Elizabeth and the son die before John Jenett; the
tenants to do all repairs, for which they shall have 'howseboott,
hayboott, fryghboot,' &c. 6 October, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary.
Signed by John Jenet. Seal, damaged.|
|Devon.||C. 6932. Indenture of a demise by the same, for a fine of 10l., to
John. Jenet, Elizabeth Jacman, and the first child to be begotten
between them, of a cottage in the parish of Bydyfford called 'Exton,'
for their life and the life of the longest liver; rent, 10s.; a heriot
of the best beast and other conditions as in C. 6931. 20 October,
3 and 4 Philip and Mary. Fragments of two seals.|
|[Devon.]||C. 6933. Quitclaim by Joan, late the wife of John Beauple, to
John, her son, of her right in all messuages, lands, &c. in Orchard,
Legh, and Mersshe within the manor of Northam, and in Horneburgh
within the parish of Bydeford. 10 March, 15 Henry VII. Seal.|
|Devon.||C. 6934. Grant by Thomas Hyllinge, of Medderes, co. Cornwall,
gentleman, to Alexander Beauple of all his messuages, lands, &c.
in Orchard and Northam. 22 December, 11 Elizabeth. Signature,
and seal in wrapping.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses, and with a note of enrolment
in the court of the manor of Northam.
|Merioneth.||C. 6935. Quitclaim by Reynold son of John Broghton, alias
Rynallt ap Jevan ap Thomlyn, burgess of Bala, to his brother Hugh
Lloyd, alias Broghton, esquire, of his right in all messuages, &c. late
of John Broghton, his father, in the town and franchise of Bala.
16 July, 19 Edward IV. Seal, damaged.|
|Norfolk.||C. 6936. Quitclaim by Matthew Norgate and John Walker to
John Sylver, gentleman, all of Norwich, of their right in 3a. meadow
in Nether Erleham (as in C. 6896). 11 October, 33 Elizabeth. Signature
of Matthew Norgate, mark, and two seals.|
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
|[Devon.]||C. 6937. Grant by John Holme to Robert Broghton of all his
messuages, lands, &c. in Braddon and Tothcote within the parish of
Bokeland Brwer. 20 June, 11 Henry VII. Seal marked WW.|
|Norfolk.||C. 6938. Bond by John Aleyn, of Erleham, gentleman, and Dorothy
his wife, for the payment of 30l. to John Brereton, of Norwich.
10 March, 5 Elizabeth. Signed: John Allyen. Seal, damaged.|
Endorsed in English with condition to permit John Brereton to
do all things necessary to secure his title to a close in Nether Erleham,
as demised in C. 6883.
|Devon.]||C. 6939. Inquisition held by John Colyn, steward of John, earl of
Huntyngdon, as to the earl's claim, as lord of the town of Barnastaple,
to 17s. yearly rent for the gable (pugno) of a mill there belonging to
the prior of St. Mary Magdalen; verdict that the rent is unjustly
levied on the prior, the mill having been built on the prior's land and
not on that of the lord of the town, and that it waa first unjustly
levied when Sir William Martyn was lord of Barnastaple. Friday
the morrow of Christmas, 17 Richard II. Nine seals and fragments.|
|Surrey.||C. 6940. Chirograph, indented, being a defeasance by John
Gunthorp, dean of Wells, of a mortgage of 75l. on a messuage and
land in Camerwell by Bartholomew Chaloner, provided payment is
made to him or the precentor or sacristan of St. Stephen's chapel,
Westminster, by half-yearly instalments of 50s. Friday, 11 May
7 Henry VII. Seal.|
Endorsed with note of enrolment in the Common Pleas, Trinity,
7 Henry VII.
|Herts.||C. 6941. Grant by John Bradman, merchant of the Staple of
Calais, son and heir of James Bradman, of London, gentleman, to
Thomas Englyssh, gentleman, and Richard Broun, sherman, of all
his lands, &c. in the town of Taterigge, which he had by the grant
of Henry Frowyk, esquire, and Henry Spylman, Thomas Luyte, and
John Goodyere, gentlemen. 26 November, 14 Henry VII. Signature
|Devon.||C. 6942. Grant by Richard Parkar, of Fremyngton, to Henry
Fortescue, esquire, John Brett, gentleman, John Mounses, John
Marsshe, John Courtes, and Thomas Bond, of all his lands, &c. with a
cottage, called 'Estwode' and 'Westwode,' in the parish of Northam,
to his own use for life; remainder to the heirs of his body; remainder
to William Beauple and Isabel, his wife. Pylton, 19 May,
31 Henry VIII. Seal, marked I.W.|
|York [N.R.]||C. 6943. Assignment by Henry Wildon, of Skakildon Grange,
to Edwin Sandys, of the Middle Temple, esquire, of his right in a
water-mill in Wildon Grange, for the remainder of a term of years.
16 March, 36 Elizabeth. Signature, and fragment of seal.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|Oxford.||C. 6944. Bill indented, dated 16 July, 5 Edward IV, witnessing
that Richard Drayton, esquire, has sold to Thomas Stonour, esquire,
the manor and advowson of Retherfeld Pippard and all his lands, &c.
within the parishes of Retherfeld Pippard, Shiplake, Harpedene, and
Bulnyth, for 500 marks, of which 60l. is payable forthwith and 110
marks at Michaelmas. Security to be given by the abbot and convent
of Abyndon for six yearly instalments of 40 marks and by two persons
for two instalments of 20l. On payment of the last instalment, the
manor, &c. to be conveyed to Thomas and re-conveyed by him to
Richard and Alice, his wife, for their life, provided no oak, being
timber, be felled except for repairs. Signed: Richard Drayton.
Seal, with grass ring and leaf. English. Paper.|
|Bucks.||C. 6945. (1.) Grant by Ralph Wydyngdon and Joan, his wife,
to Richard Wyet, esquire, Nicholas Clopton, John Flynt, and John
Kooke, of Merhs by Bassettysbury, of all their lands, &c. in
Westewicombe and Hichinden.|
(2.) Grant by Nicholas Clopton, of Langley Marys to John Wydendon
of all the lands, &c. which he, together with Richard Wyot, esquire,
John Flynt, and John Kooke, had by the gift of Ralph de Wydendum.
Copies on paper.
|[Norfolk.]||C. 6946. Grant by John Swayn, of Northwiche, to Thomas
More, of Northwiche, draper, John Rightwise, Robert Borowe,
Bartholomew Spryngwell, and John Holly of 4a. arable in the field of
Erlham (as in C. 6887). 2 October, 13 Henry VII. Seal, marked R.T.|
|[Norfolk.]||C. 6947. Conveyance by Richard Webster, alias Tolye, citizen of
Norwich, scrivener, to Thomas Hollo, the elder, of Heigham by
Norwich, gentleman, of 4a. arable in the field of Erleham between
Heigham heath and land of the abbot of St. Mary, Langley, which
piece of land he had by the gift of Andrew Quashe and John Moore,
executors of the will of Thomas Moore, citizen of Norwich, draper.
26 April, 6 Edward VI. Signature.|
Endorsed with names of witnesses.
|Norfolk.||C. 6948. Quitclaim by Margaret Swayn of Norwich, executrix of
the will of John Swayn, of Norwich, baker, to Thomas Holle, of
Heigham by Norwich, gentleman, of her right under the will in 4a.
arable in the field of Erleham (as in C. 6947). 4 November,
5 Edward VI.|
|[Cambridge.]||C. 6949. Indenture of fine, dated 38 Henry VIII, whereby William
Draper conveyed to John Chapman, for 100l., a messuage, dovecote,
barn, land, &c. in Thryplowe.|
|[Norfolk.]||C. 6950. Grant by Geoffrey Waran, chaplain, of Northwiche, to
John Swayne, Andrew Pawe, Thomas Hay ward, Thomas Cranke,
and Thomas Smart to the use of the said Swayn of 4a. arable in the
field of Erlham (as in C. 6887). 2 April, 1 Henry VII.|
|Norfolk.||C. 6951. Grant by John Allen, gentleman, lord of the manor of
Erlham, to William Myles, of Norwich, cooper, of an alder-carr in
Nether Erlham between the river-bank of Heylesdon and the high
road and abutting on the alder-carr of the bishop of Norwich, &c.
which he bought from Thomas Gawdye, of Holveston, and John Yong;
rent, ½d. 16 March, 5 Elizabeth. Copy on paper.|
|Chester.||C. 6952. Grant by Thomas Foxe, of Sutton, co. Lancaster,
gentleman, to Robert Whitbie, of Dunham, gentleman, of his manor
of Kirkeby Walley alias Wallezey and all his messuages, lands, &c.
there. 21 December, 41 Elizabeth. Seal.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses, &c.
|Staff.||C. 6953. Indenture of agreement for the payment by John Eggerton
esquire, to Edward Cowper of 56s. 8d. in respect of an ox wrongfully
taken from him as the heriot due at the death of Anne Cuerton, whose
under-tenant he was at Loynton. 9 October, 20 Elizabeth. Mark,
signature of Edward Cowper, and seal. English.|
|Chester.||C. 6954. Grant by William, earl of Derby, to Thomas Foxe, of
Sutton, co. Lancaster, gentleman, of his manor of Kirkebie Walley
alias Wallezey, and all his messuages, lands, &c. there. 21 September,
40 Elizabeth. Signed: Will. Derby. Seal.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses, &c.
|[Chester.]||C. 6955. Bond in 400l. by William, earl of Derby, to Thomas
Foxe for the performance of the above grant. 21 September,
40 Elizabeth. Signature.|
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|[Devon.]||C. 6956. Bond in 100 marks by Thomas Hyllynge, of Medderes,
co. Cornwall, to Alexander Beauple, of Fremyngton, for the performance
of the terms of C. 6934. 22 December, 11 Elizabeth. Signed:
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|[Devon.]||C. 6957. Demise by John Suddon and John Stoford and Alice, his
wife, to John Blensham, the elder, of their close called 'Brodeparke,'
in the parish of Newton St. Petrock, for twelve years; rent, 1d.; the
tenant to keep the fences and ditches in order (except from 'le Wenyete'
to Huntynghyll) and to be allowed enough stakes and 'freth' for this
purpose. 29 September, 11 Henry VII. Seal, marked W.|
|[Devon.]||C. 6958. Indenture, being a grant by Robert Beauple, of Thorn-
bury, to John Beauple, of Fremyngton, for life, of a yearly rent of
13s. 4d. charged on his messuages and lands in Down within the parish
of Newton Petroke and in Est Hankeford within the parish of Bokelond
Bruer. 10 March, 15 Henry VII. Seal, damaged.|
|[Devon.]||C. 6959. Duplicate of C. 6892.|
|Devon.||C. 6960. Bill, dated 9 September, 10 Henry VIII, witnessing that
Baldwin Malet has received from Peter Hyllyng 11l. for all the lands,
&c. in Orchard within the manor of Northam. Signature.|
|Flint.||C. 6961. Confirmation by John Hoope, of Broughton, esquire,
to Hugh Lewis, gentleman, of a demise by William Hoope, his father,
to Lewis ap John ap Ithell, of two messuages and land in the town-
ship and mountain of Gronant and land in the township of Nant, for
forty years; rent, 33s. and 12 hens; and demise of the same, for 35l.
beforehand, together with another messuage, at the same rent, for
sixty years from the date of this deed. 29 August, 23 Elizabeth.
Draft on paper. English.|
|Chester.||C. 6962. Assignment by John Lees, of Brereton, cook, to Elizabeth
Rathbone of the remainder of a lease of land and pasture in Newbold
Astbury, held of Sir Ralph Eggerton of [Wrinehill], knight, at a yearly
rent of 10s. 20 May, 1585. Signed: John Lees. Fragment of
Endorsed with signatures of witnesses.
|[Derby.]||C. 6963. Indenture, dated the Invention of the Holy Cross, 1517,
between Master Richard Pace, prebendary of Sallow alias Salley, of
the one part, and Edward Edmundson, of the same, yeoman, and
Sir Ralph Edmundson, clerk, of the other part, witnessing that Master
Richard has demised to the said Edward, for one year, unless he shall
sooner resign or die, his church and parsonage of Sallow with the
profits thereof, including a horse-mill and 'the soke soken of the same
to the seid parsonage perteyning,' his manor with its courts, and the
profits of two yearly spiritual courts of visitation; rent, 100 marks;
the tenant to pay 26s. 8d. to the sacristan of Lichfild and all other
charges except the dimes of the parsonage, to leave the premises in
as good repair as he found them, except as regards tile, slate, timber,
and plaster, and not to expel any tenant 'of good bearing' or officer.
English. Signatures of witnesses.|
Endorsed with a note extending the term to three years, signed by
the said Richard.
|[Lincoln.]||C. 6964. Grant by John de Birthorp, knight, to John son of
Geoffrey de Milnethorp and Amice, his wife, daughter of the grantor
in frank-marriage, and to the heirs of their bodies, of 26a. arable and
4a. meadow in Birthorp, Ouseby and Bilingburg, lying on Allowe,
abutting on le Litelbeckes, in Gofhoby, in le Wotelond, to the east
of Poynton Gate, abutting on Stowe Hengecroft, at Stonepittys, in
le Mersse, 'attewroe,' abutting on le Stretehrigys, &c.; rent, 1d.
Witnesses:—Sir Geoffrey de Brunn and Sir Gregory Aukes, knights,
and others (named). Saturday after the Conversion of St. Paul,
31 Edward [I.]|
|[Sussex.]||C. 6965. Grant by John Moyn to Robert de Wylesham, for 40s.
beforehand, of all the land which Robert de Wylesham, father of the
said Robert, held in villeinage of John Moyn, his father, in Wylesham
in the parish of Esburnham, but without power of assignment to a
house of religion or to Jews; rent, 14s., for all service save the king's
and the earl's foreign service, and save suit of court four times a
year, at Wylting, on reasonable summons, and other incidents.
Witnesses:—Simon St. Leger (de Sancto Leodegario), Simon de Somery,
and others (named).|
Endorsed: Kepe this dede very closeley for this is a dede that doe
shoe that the landes that is in Asheborneham is halde in knight
sarves and ward and marridg and let it be your trustey frind that
see this dead.
|Norfolk.||C. 6966. Grant by Thomas Holl, the younger, of Heigham,
gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Michael Aldrich of Norwich,
gentleman, and Jane, his wife, of a messuage with buildings thereon
and a garden in the parish of St. Mary in Coslanye, Norwich, abutting
on the churchyard and on a tenement late of the dissolved priory of
Coxford. 1 March, 45 Elizabeth. Signatures and two seals, damaged.|
|Middx.||C. 6967. Defeasance by John Sant, abbot of Abyngdon, and
Thomas Say, of Abyngdon, gentleman, of a statute staple made to
them by William Stonour, of Stoner, co. Oxford, knight, dated
18 February, 17 Edward IV, on condition that he convey to them
the manor called 'the Moote' in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster.
Draft on paper in English.|
|Berks.||C. 6968. Indenture, dated 9 September, 6 Edward IV, witnessing
that John, abbot of Circeter, patron of the church of Hakeborne, has
agreed to pay to Sir John Avery, the vicar, 61. forthwith and 50s. 4d.
within fourteen days after Michaelmas in lieu of all outstanding debts;
the vicar to have all white calves, pigs, geese and pigeons, and other
specified profits, together with an annuity of 4l., and cloth yearly
for a gown and hood, or 5s. 4d. in lieu thereof at the abbot's choice,
timber and straw for the repair of the vicarage, and the right to distrain
for his annuity in the manor of Hakeborn, paying synodals, procurations
and the expenses of divine service (including the 'trendall' of wax
for Candlemas); the farmer of the said manor to deliver to the vicar
six quarters of wheat and six quarters of barley in respect of the two
years last past.|
|Norfolk.||C. 6969. Conveyance by William Swetman, clerk, and Robert
Machon, citizen of Norwich, to Robert Longe, alderman of Norwich,
Richard Petyte, of Norwich, yeoman, and John Wellys, mercer, and
John Bowde, raffman, citizens of Norwich, of two pieces of meadow
in Erlham, whereof one piece lies between the meadow late of John
Fastolff, knight, called 'Balyesmedewe,' &c. and abuts on the mill-dam,
and the other lies between the lord of Heylesdon's wharf (ripam)
and Erlham beck, which they had. jointly with others, by the gift of
John, son and heir of Adam, brother and heir of Philip Cook, of
Norwich. 20 June, 12 Henry VII. Two seals, one wrapped in paper
and one damaged.|
|[Norfolk.]||C. 6970. Chirograph, indented, whereby Thomas Hert, clerk, and
Thomas Aleyn, citizen of Norwich, spicer, conveyed to Philip Cook,
of Norwich, John Cook, of Heylesdon. and John Stannard, citizen of
Norwich, worsted-weaver, two messuages and land in Heylesdon and
Erlham, between land which was formerly a path to the church of
Heylesdon, &c. abutting on the road to 'Bradecroft,' &c. on condition
of the payment of five marks 6s. 8d. in five yearly instalments.
13 September, 26 Henry VI. Fragments of seal wrapped in paper.|
|[Kent.]||C. 6971. Indenture, dated 12 January, 20 Henry VII, witnessing
that John Hewet has sold to Thomas Gilbert, the elder, both of
Canterbery, a tenement called 'Arundell' and store to the value of 10l.
thereto belonging, late of John Frennyngham, in the parishes of
Monketon and Mynster, in the isle of Tenett, for 88l. to be paid, in
eight yearly instalments, by the feast of St. Gregory, 1511; any suit
as to the title of the tenement or of any other lands late of the said
Frennyngham in the parishes of Sturrey and Westbere arising out of
bargainings between Joan late the wife of the said Frennyngham
and William Levyns, her son, or John Edmonde, of Caunterbury,
to be defended at the joint cost of the parties; bond in 40l. for due
performance. English, on paper. Seal.|
|Huntingdon.||C. 6972. Demise by John, lord Dynham, William Husee, knight,
Richard Gardyner and Thomas Breteyn, aldermen of London, William
Hill, John Broun, John and Edmund Mulshoo and others to William
Horne, alderman of London, and Gerard Stukeley, of tenements in
Ramsey, Westowe, and Raveley, which they had by the gift of John
Stukeley and Margaret, his wife; rent, 20l. August, 2 Richard III.|
Demise by Gerard Stukeley, gentleman, to the said William Home
of his manor of Nox and Presteley and his other lands [in] . . .
Stukeley, for seven years or longer at the pleasure of the said William,
who is to provide food, clothing, &c. for him 'atte courte for his
lernyng in the lawe,' and for his wife if he shall many. 8 August,
2 Richard III. English. Copies on paper. Signed: Skypton.
|Middx.||C. 6973. Sale by Miles Haywarde, of London, graver alias gold-
smith, to . . . his mother, for 10l., of all his goods and debts in London
and elsewhere. 21 September, 1561.|
|Norfolk.||C. 6974. Indenture, dated 30 October, 18 Elizabeth, witnessing
that William Yaxlee, of Yaxlee, co. Suffolk, esquire, has demised to
Richard Howse, of Norwich, tanner, 13a. land in Erleham, between
a way from Erleham to Hellesden, abutting on the roads from Costessye
and Eston to Norwich, &c. all for 18 years; rent, 56s. 8d.; the timber
to be reserved and the tenant to repair the fences.|
|Wilts.||C. 6975. Lidenture, dated 18 September, 6 Edward VI, witnessing
that Dame Elizabeth, late the wife of Sir Edward Darrell, knight,
has demised to Anthony Dysney the site of the manor of Hyde, closes
of pasture and meadow called 'Over Hydes, Middell Hydes, Pilles,
Coketrilles, Pikolles, and Amerons,' 30a. meadow called 'Amerons
Leynes' in the East Nithe, 4a. meadow called 'Mayden Mead' in the
West Nithe, and 16½a. in the East Mead, all in the parish and lordship
of Wanborough, during her life; rent, 10l. 13s. 4d.; the tenant to
repair fences and to be allowed hedgebote, cartbote, and ploughbote.
English. Signed: Elizabeth Darrell.|
|[Suffolk.]||C. 6976. Chirograph, indented, dated 25 Elizabeth, being a final
concord whereby Edward, earl of Oxford, Great Chamberlain of
England, conveyed to Richard Pecock and Roland Martyn, for 800l.,
the manors of Overhall and Netherhall, 200 messuages, 100 cottages,
4 mills, 4 dovecots, 200 gardens, 1,000a. land, 500a. meadow, 1,500a.
pasture, 300a. wood, 100a. heath and 40 librates of rent in Lavenham
alias Lanham, Cockfild, Thorpe Morieux, Preston, Brent Illeigh,
Acton, Melford, Shymplyng, and Alpheton alias Aulton, and the
advowson of the church of Lavenham.|
|Somers. Dorset. Oxford. Bedf. N'hamp.||C. 6977. Indenture, being a declaration by Eleanor, daughter
and heir of Ivo Fitz Waryn, knight, and wife of Ralph Bussh, esquire,
reciting that Robert Andrew and others are seised of the manors of
Ilbrewere, Putteney and Werne, co. Somerset, Fyfhyde Nevylle, Melbury
Osemond, Blakelonde, Blakerew, Remmesber', Caundelhaddon,
Antiokes, Lidelynch, Lydlynch Baret, Wynterborn Howton, Upcerne,
and Burcombe, messuages and land in Shirborn, Woborn, and
Hampreston, and the advowsons of the churches of Lidelynch,
Wynterborn Howton, Upcerne, and Pourton, co. Dorset, half the
manors of Brightwell Huskarlus, and Newenham, co. Oxford, and
Byscote, co. Bedford, and of the reversion of the manor of Ravenes-
thorpe, co. Northampton, all which descended to her by hereditary
right, and appointing the profits thereof to herself and her husband
during their life; presentations to be made to livings as they shall
wish; after their death, the profits to be applied for maintenance of
their children, payment of their debts, and subject thereto, 300 marks
to be paid for the marriage of Margery, her daughter, and 20l. to the
feoffees as their fee; lands to the yearly value of 100 marks to be
given to John, their son, and the heirs of his body, whom failing, to
William, John's brother, and the heirs of his body; the residue to
William and the heirs of his body, whom failing, to John and the heirs
of his body; and if there be no remaining heir of the bodies of Eleanor
and Ralph, remainder to the feoffees in fee to demise land to the
value of 100l. yearly to Margery and the heirs of her body, provided
she be marriageable, of good conversation, and obedient to the feoffees,
and, subject thereto, to sell and apply the proceeds to religious uses.
1 June, . . Henry [VI.]|
|Berks.||C. 6978. Indenture, dated 12 December, 12 Elizabeth, between
William Cater, gentleman, son of William Cater, of the first part,
William Hide, of Kyngeston Lisley, esquire, son of William Hyde, of
the second part, and William Darell, of Littellcote, co. Wilts, esquire,
of the third part, whereby Cater and Hide, for 1,400l. assign a lease
of a farm place in Uffyngton, of lands called 'Oldela . . ., Hoggen
Deane, Ewenedowne, Wetherdowne, Shepehouse Closes, Drovewey,
Conynger, Somerlees, Moredowne, Morowlees, Homeclose, and West-
ham,' of 52a. arable near Blakes Crosse and of a close called 'Briche-
combe' alias 'Shepehowse,' (which lease was granted by John Mawlte
to William Cater, the father, for 40 years from Lady-Day, 1565, and
by him assigned to William, his son, and by him assigned to William
Hyde, the father, as security for certain bonds entered into by William
Hyde, the father, at the request of William Cater, the son) to the
said Darell, together with 500 of the best sheep of William Cater, the
son, and the standing corn and hay on the premises, but subject to a
grant made by Thomas Chafyn, the younger, to Thomas Stafforde
of Bradfylde, esquire, to charges made on the premises by the said
Stafforde, and to a demise of part thereof to John Fetche, of Hednam,
co. Bucks. English, on paper.|
Signed by the said Cater and Hyde and certified as a true copy by
Thomas Warde, an examiner in Chancery, and others.
|[Oxford.]||C. 6979. (1.) Conveyance by Edmund de Stonore, son and heir
of Sir John de Stonore, knight, to Robert Newmere, Maud, his wife,
and the heirs of their bodies, of a tenement in the town and fee of
Bixgebuyn; rent, . . . s., saving the services of the king and
(2.) Note that the tenement lies between the lands of Nicholas de
Falley, the Lord de Gray and the abbot of Dorchester.
(3.) Grant by Ralph, son and heir of Edmund de Stonore, to Robert
Neumere and the heirs of his body of tofts called 'Littermers' and
'Wyghmers' with land adjoining in Bixgebuyn (except a croft called
'Byxelye'), lying between the high road to Assenden and the land
of the abbot of Dorcester, for a yearly service of 10s., suit once a year
at his court of Stonore Semell, and a heriot when due. Bixgebuyn,
Thuisday before St. Barnabas, 15 Richard II. Copies on paper.
|Essex.||C. 6980. Chirograph, indented, dated London, Thursday the
morrow of Candlemas, 23 Edward I, witnessing that John le Ussher
of the King's Chamber and Robert, son of Robert de la Rokele, have
settled all differences between them in this way:—Robert has quit-
claimed to John all wastes, sales and trespasses in respect of his lands
while they were in John's custody; John has quitclaimed all demands
and wrongs in respect of the wardship and marriage of Robert demised
to him by Humphrey de Bown, earl of Essex and Hertford, and a
yearly rent of 12l. in which Robert was bound to him, for life, by a
deed between Robert's father and himself. For this quitclaim Robert
has granted to John for life or for twelve years, whichever shall be the
longer, all the lands of his manor of Wygepit, in Arkesdene, which
lands John recovered against him by assize of novel disseisin until
he should pay 19l. 10s., and half the lands of the said manor (except
his garden) which John recovered against him in the Common Pleas
till he should receive 95l.; remainder to the said Robert; John to do
no waste nor to drive out villeins. Witnesses:—Sir Robert de Beause,
Ernald de Mounteny, Robert Baard, and Hubert la Veyle, knights,
and others (named).|
|Wilts.||C. 6981. Indenture, dated 30 May, 37 Henry VIII, being a demise
by Sir Edward Darell, knight, to Sir Anthony Lee, of Byrdthorn,
co. Buckingham, knight, of his lordship of Litellcote, for twenty-one
years; rent, a peppercorn; the demise and a bond for 200l. to become
void on payment of 120l. before Lady Day next. English. Seal.|
Endorsed with a receipt for the 120l. signed: Anthony Lee.
|Middx.||C. 6982. Chirograph, indented, whereby Thomas Marchall, citizen
of London, Margery, his wife, William Brittell, and Henry Hale,
executors of the will of Henry Marchall, citizen and butcher of London,
son of the said Thomas and Margery, require Richard Hadley, as
trusteo of the said Henry, to convey one moiety of land in Harengay,
between land called 'Wynnescroft' and the high road, and abutting
on 'Payntoursfeld' and 'Beegardyn,' parcel of lands called 'the
Treangle,' to William Dyer, of Parndon, co. Essex, husbandman,
Elizabeth, his wife, sister of the said Henry Marchall, and the heirs
of her body, with remainder to Sir William Home, knight, alderman
of London, and to convey the other moiety to the said Sir William,
Thomas Salle, gentleman, Richard Cornysshe, John Horwode, Henry
Wodecok, and John and William Bradman, to the use of Sir William.
12 November, 3 Henry VII. English. Four seals, one of arms.|
|Wilts.||C. 6983. Indenture, dated 10 March, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, wit-
nessing that William Fetyplace, gentleman, has demised to John Walker,
smith, for twenty years, his moiety of a tenement in Wanborowe,
8a. 3 yards arable in Wanborowe, lying in the Hame, above Standeledge,
at Rudgewey Bushe, above Woodwey, against Rudgewey, at Barton,
Okemans, Richard Ellyott's End, and Wynpytt's End, in Swannell,
Foxeborowghe Furlong, and Maynden Mead, and common of pasture
for two beasts and thirty sheep; rent, 10s. English.|
|Kent.||C. 6984. Certificate by Thomas Grys that the conditions on which
he holds possession of a bond for 200l. in which William York, the
younger, is bound to Richard Crophill, are that if all persons who at
the date of the bond had any estate in 10 messuages, 220a. land, 40a.
meadow, 60a. pasture, 40a. wood and 20s. rent, late of Ralph
Blakelowe, in West Mallyng, Ryhersshe, and Byrlyng should release
their right to the said William, William York, the elder, John Fyncham,
and the said Thomas before Pentecost following the date of the bond,
and if, by the same date, Richard should deliver to William York,
the younger, all deeds concerning the said messuages, &c. that then
William, William, John and Thomas should convey the messuages, &c.
to Richard in fee, with power to re-enter on payment of 200 marks
in ten yearly instalments, and that if the release and other deeds were
not so delivered to William York, the younger, the bond should be
delivered to him instead, but if they were so delivered, and the
messuages, &c. not so conveyed to Richard Crophill, he should deliver
the bond to the said Richard. Ramesey, 2 October, 3 Edward IV.
English. Signed: Thomas Grys. Seal, damaged.|
|York, W.R.]||C. 6985. Grant by Isabel, Idonia, and Elizabeth, daughters and
heirs of William de Rodwod, to Baldwin del Hill, Margery, his wife,
and his heirs or assigns, of a messuage with 18a. land in Thurleston,
a meadow called 'le Leye,' rents of two pounds of cummin and 4d.
arising from land in Eckelholis, part of Thurleston mill, and land at
Copstorth, on Stodfaldclyf, and elsewhere. Witnesses:—William
de Birchewrth, John son of John de Deneby, and others (named).|
|Suffolk.||C. 6986. Grant by Alice, relict of John ate Hyde, and Richard,
his son, to George de Cornerd of a messuage with buildings thereon, a
piece of meadow and gardens in Great Bures, adjoining a lane leading
into the highway (regali chimino) to Sudber'. Thursday after All
Hallows, 7 Edward III.|
|Suffolk.||C. 6987. Bond by John Brastrete, of Creatynge St. Mary, yeoman,
for the payment of 40l. to John Baldrye. 27 January, 16 Elizabeth.
Signed: John Brastret. Endorsed (in English) with condition for
the performance of the award of Roger Edmundes, John Knappe,
William Blomefeld the younger, and Edmund Rosyer, in all their
disputes still unsettled.|
|[Devon.]||C. 6988. Quitclaim by Alice, relict of William Rauf, of La More
to Stephen, her son, of her right of dower in lands, &c. in La More'
except her part of a close there. Witnesses:—John de Babbelak'
Ralph de Samford, William Chyld, of Bampton, and others (named)
Tuesday after St. Gregory, 5 Edward II.|
|[Suffolk.]||C. 6989. Conveyance by Thomas Braxstrete and Edward Wryght
to Simon Braxstrete, of Wikhamskeyth, of a tenement called
'Potellys' in Thweyte, between the road to the church, &c. and
abutting on the highway called 'Heyrodeweye,' and ½a. meadow there,
and a close in Wedryngsett, abutting on a way called 'Castelweye.'
10 February, 23 Henry VII. Two seals, damaged.|
|Middx.||C. 6990. Conveyance by Robert Sprotburgh, rector of St. Margaret's,
Briggestrete, London, and William Marescal to Alice, late the wife of
Ralph Double, citizen and fishmonger of London, and daughter and
one of the heirs of Geoffrey Horn, citizen and fishmonger of London, of
a tenement and quay in Thamysestrete in the parish of St. Martin
Orgar, two shops and a solar in Briggestrete in the parish of St.
Margaret, Briggestrete, and quit-rents of a corner shop on Oysterhull
between Briggestrete and Thamestrete in the parish of St. Magnus,
and of a tenement in Tourestrete in the parish of All Hallows, which
lands and rents she inherited at the death of the said Geoffrey.
Baldwin Radyngton, knight, being keeper of the city, and Gilbert
Manfeld and Thomas Newenton, sheriffs. 20 September, 16 Richard II.
Two seals, damaged. Endorsed with note of enrolment in the
|Essex.||C. 6991. Indenture, dated 10 May, 6 Henry VII, between Dame
Anne Urswike, executrix of the will of Sir Thomas Urswike, knight,
of the one part, and Master Christopher Urswike, the King's almoner,
and Edmund Worsley, of London, mercer, whereby Dame Anne
agrees to convey and release to the use of Christopher and Edmund the
manor of Uphaveryng, a messuage, 200a. land, 24a. meadow, 2a.
wood, and 28s. 1d. rent in Haveryng at Boure, and all her other lands,
&c. in the county, in exchange for a yearly rent charge of 12l. for her
life (the value of the lands, &c. being but 10l.); Christopher and
Edmund to pay 100 marks to Mary, her daughter, on her marriage
if she be then over 18 years of age, or, if she enter into religion and be
professed, to pay her as much of the 100 marks as may be needed for the
profession, and the residue of the 100 marks to Dame Anne by instal-
ments of 10l.; but if Mary die unmarried and unprofessed, the whole
100 marks to Dame Anne by like instalments; and if both die before
Mary is married, the 100 marks to the executors of Dame Anne for the
souls of herself and Sir Thomas; the 100 marks not to be payable
if Master Christopher provide a suitable ward to be married to the said
Mary. 10 May, 6 Henry VII. English.|
|Middx.||C. 6992. Conveyance by Richard Cornyssh, John Horwod, Henry
Wodecok, and John Bradman to John Meautis, gentleman, Philip,
his son, and John and Thomas Bunowlte, gentlemen, of two tenements
in Haryngey, which they, with others deceased, had by the gift of
Thomas Marchall. 20 March, 12 Henry VII. Signed: Horwod.
Four seals (one of arms and one damaged).|
|[Lincoln.]||C. 6993. Indenture whereby William Gelson and John Murre,
both of Kirkton in Holand, conveyed to Thomas Foxe, of the same,
Isabel his wife and the heirs of their bodies, 1a. arable in a field called
'Southfenlandes,' which they, with others, had by the gift of Thomas
Spendeloffe, John Coney, of Stalworght Bryge, and Thomas Heyland,
of Kirkton; remainder as Thomas Foxe shall appoint by will.
Kirkton in Holand, 13 March, 1 Henry VIII. Two seals.|
|Worc.||C. 6994. Chirograph, indented, being a grant by John Smythe,
of Le Hollyse, to Richard Waldurne, of Belbroughton, Thomas Smythe,
of Forffeld, John, son and heir of John Hortyll, and Richard, son of
William Waldurne, of messuages, lands, &c. within the lordship of
Morehalbellum and Bryncebellum to the use of himself and Lettice,
his wife, for their life and the life of the longer liver, with successive
remainders in tail male of a close called 'Salteres Closse,' to Richard,
Nicholas, William, Thomas, and John, his sons, of closes called 'Magge
Closse' and 'Branthyles' in Bynton and Copmore in the said lordship,
a close called 'Brande Goste,' and other lands to Thomas, Nicholas,
William, Richard, and John, and of the rest of the premises to John,
Nicholas, William, Richard, and Thomas; ultimate remainder of the
whole to his own right heirs. Holies, 17 August, 3 and 4 Philip and
Mary. Endorsed with names of witnesses.|
|Devon.||C. 6995. Bond by Peter Cholacombe, of Northam, husbandman,
to John Beauple, of Fremyngton, yeoman, for the payment of 40l.
26 July, 13 Henry VIII.|
Condition for the observance by William Rysedon, of Parkeham,
gentleman, of the award of John Rowe, serjeant-at-law, Baldwin
Malet, Richard Strode, and Hugh Pollard in all disputes pending
between him and the said Beauple. Seal.
|Staff.||C. 6996. Indenture, dated 9 July, 1586, witnessing that Sir Ralph
Eggerton, of Wrynhill, knight, and Dame Anne, his wife, have
demised to John Turnor, husbandman, for 12l. a messuage, land and
rights of common in Barsford in the occupation of the said John and
Margaret, his mother, for twenty-one years; rent, 26s. 8d. and two
capons, a heriot of the best beast, suit to the court and mill of
Chedulton, personal service in the wars when Sir Ralph is summoned,
and a contribution to provide men for service in proportion to the rent;
the tenant to do all repairs, for which he is to receive great timber,
housebote, and heybote. English. Seal, damaged. Endorsed with
signatures of witnesses.|
|Devon.||C. 6997. Bond by Philip and Richard Mules, of Bamestaple,
merchants, for the payment of 80l. to Alexander Beaple, gentleman.
27 October, 11 Elizabeth.|
Condition (in English) for the observance by John Mules and the
said Philip and Richard of the terms of an indenture of even date.
Two seals. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
|Cumberland.||C. 6998. Indenture, dated 17 October, 9 Elizabeth, being a demise
by Robert Penruddoke, of Hale, co. Hants, to Robert Goodbarne,
husbandman, and Margaret, his wife, for their life and the life of the
longer liver, of his tenement in Dockarestrete, Penrith, and land in
Skawe, on High Woodridge, and at Wildridges and New Ridge; rent,
14s.; the tenement not to be alienated without leave. English. Seal,
|Chester.||C. 6999. Indenture, dated 16 March, 11 Elizabeth, being a demise
by John Mynshull, of Mynshull, esquire, to Edmund Ashton,
husbandman, Elizabeth, his wife, and Gertrude Mynshull of his messuage
in Church Mynshull for their lives and the life of the longest liver;
rent, 14s. with heriots and the services due, the interest of Gertrude to
cease on adultery or on disturbance of the occupation of Edmund
and Elizabeth. English. Three seals, one damaged. Endorsed:
ix° Apr. 1589. Tho. Bouth.|
|Essex.||C. 7000. Bond by John Wheler, of Writtell, husbandman, to
Thomas Grafton, merchant of the Staple of Calais, for the payment
of 7l. 3 December, 1 Henry VII. Endorsed with condition for the
conveyance of lands in Writtell.|