Deeds
C.7601 - C.7700

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1915

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'Deeds: C.7601 - C.7700', A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: Volume 6 (1915), pp. 497-510. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=64506 Date accessed: 17 September 2014.


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C.7601 - C.7700

Chester.C. 7601. Demise by Richard Leftwiche to Thomas Bulkeley of Ayton, esquire, of all his messuages, salt-works, lands, etc. which he had by the gift of the said Thomas in Bostoke, Warton, Multon, Davenham, Leftwich, Northwich, Middlewich, Overe, Weverham, Frodesham and Chester for two years at a peppercorn rent. 28 November, 15 Henry VIII. Signature of Richard Leftwiche.
Chester.C. 7602. Grant by Ranulph Clayton of Thelwall, gentleman, to John Clayton, gentleman, of all the messuages, salt-works, lands, etc. in Warton, Multon, Davenham, Leftwiche, Northwich, Middlewich, Overe, Weverham, Frodesham, Briddesmere, Wymyncham, Mersh[ton], Lostock Gralam, Anderton, Shibbroke, Shurlache, Bradford, Rudhethe, Nantwich, Hurleston and Acton, which he had by the gift of Fulk Dutton of Chester, draper. 4 March, 25 Henry VIII. Signed, Rondull Cleyton.
Cambridge.C. 7603. Indenture dated 4 July, 29 Henry VIII, being a defeasance of a sale by William Hawke of Hadenham, gentleman, to Thomas Meede of Berden, co. Essex, yeoman, of a messuage, 80a. land and a fold-course in Thriplowe, on payment of law expenses and of 21l.; the said Thomas to have the option of purchasing the premises if subsequently sold. English. Seal, damaged.
York [W.R.]C. 7604. Indenture dated 10 June, 36 Henry VIII, witnessing that Sir Nicholas Stirley, knight, has sold to Robert Swyft, of Rotherham, the elder, gentleman, all his messuages, lands, etc. in Wodlathes in the parish of Connesburghe, declared to be worth 4l. yearly and clear of encumbrances, for 80l. English. Signature of Robert Swyft. Seal.
[Norfolk.]C. 7605. Conveyance by John Permanter of Eye, in accordance with the will of Richard Scolys of Scole, to William Leveryche of Scole, Thomas Grey of Framston, Robert Dymour, and John Wright of Mettfeld, of 3a. land in Osmundeston in a field called 'Heyghereche' (between land of the rectory of Scole, etc. and abutting on 'le Millwey') which he had by the gift of John Joye, John Ede alias Bek of Dysse, John Kempe and Henry Elsegood. 20 November, 4 Henry VIII.
Notts.C. 7606. Indenture of defeasance by John Williamson, gentleman, of a bond for 40l. entered into by Sir Nicholas Sturley of Sturley, knight, on condition of the payment of 26l. 13s. 4d. by Martinmas, 1543. 16 February, 1539. Signed, Nycolas Strelley.
Essex.C. 7607. Grant by Richard Lucas alias Nicholas to Robert White of a messuage called the 'Christofer' and a garden in Brentwod on the road from Chelmysford to London, which he, together with John his brother, butcher, and Nicholas his father, had by the gift of William Wodward, citizen and goldsmith of London. 4 November, 16 Henry VIII. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
[York, W.R.]C. 7608. Grant by Adam Seneor of Worsop, co. Notts, and Margaret his wife to Henry Wygffall [of the] parish of Eykington, co. Derby, of tenements in Ecclessall (as in C. 7555). 30 November, 27 Henry VIII. Seal, marked G. B.
Derby.C. 7609. Indenture dated 1 March, 35 Henry VIII, witnessing that Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, co. Notts, knight, has demised to John Strutte of Kyrkeby in Asshefeld, co. Notts, and William Butte of Alferton, yeoman, for 15l., the parsonage of Norton with the tithe wool, lambs, corn, and hay thereto belonging, for ten years; rent, 8l. 8d. English. Two seals, one damaged.
York [W.R.]C. 7610. Demise by Sir Nicholas Strelley of Strelley, knight, to Richard Shemeld of a close in his lordship of Ecclesall for twenty-one years; rent, 6s. 8d.; other conditions as in C. 7578. 14 March, 30 Henry VIII. English. Seal, marked R.S.
York [W.R.]C. 7611. Demise by the above Sir Nicholas to William Hobson of the parish of Shefeld of a close called 'Oxe Pasture' in his lordship of Ecclesall for twenty-one years; rent, 26s. 8d.; other conditions as in C. 7578. 14 March, 30 Henry VIII. English. Seal, marked R.S., damaged.
Notts.C. 7612. Chirograph, indented, dated 12 May, 6 Henry VIII, witnessing that Clement Lowe, gentleman, and Isabel his wife, one of the daughter and heirs of John Sterley, esquire, have demised for ten years to Thomas Langfforthe of Mauncefeld, gentleman, for 20l., their fourth part of the manor of Bilborough, to be recovered against them by Anthony and Denis Lowe and William Keby, gentlemen, who are to convey it to John Smyth, clerk, Michael Lowe, John Cost, alderman of Not[tingham] and Richard Langforth to the use of the said Thomas for ten years, with remainder to the use of the said Isabel; the grantors to find timber for repairs and to have the right to mine for coal, paying damages as assessed by the said feoffees, and neither to alienate nor to encumber the premises. English. Fragments of seals. Signed, Clement Lowe.
ork, W.R.]C. 7613. Indenture dated 11 August, 33 Henry VIII, witnessing that Sir Nicholas Sterlay of Sterlay, co. Notts, knight, has demised to John Waynwryght of Bolsterton, yeoman, for an 'income or gressome' of 3l. 6s. 8d. payable by Whitsuntide, a messuage and land called 'the Woddelaythes' in the parish of Connyshburgh for thirty years at a yearly rent of 4l.; the tenant to take sufficient wood for housebote, firebote, ploughbote, wainbote and heybote, not to sublet the premises to any person claiming to be heir of Sir Nicholas Stirlay of Lyndby or Dame Elizabeth his wife, and, when called upon, to find a jack, a sallet, and a pair of splents for a man to serve the king. English. Signed, John Waynwryght. Fragments of seal.
Kent.C. 7614. Indenture dated 24 September, 18 Henry VIII, witnessing that William Crane, gentleman of the king's chapel, and Margaret his wife have let to Robert Erlyche, husbandman, his farm in the parish of Estwycam for twenty years; rent, 7l.; the lessors to do all repairs, and the lessee to collect and discharge all quitrents except the charges of the marsh, and to have ploughbote, firebote, cartbote and hedgebote. English. Seal.
Cambridge.C. 7615. Indenture dated 20 December, 32 Henry VIII, witnessing that William Hawke of Thryplowe, yeoman, son and heir of John Hawke of Newton, yeoman, has sold to John Chapman of Great Shelfforthe, gentleman, for 80l., all his interest in the lands late of the said John Hawke in Thryplowe free of encumbrances except the jointure of Joan Swan, late the wife of the said John Hawke, and the quitrents due to the chief lords of the fees. English. Seal, damaged. Signature of John Chapman.
N'hamp.C. 7616. Indenture of exchange dated 1 October, 6 Edward VI, by Thomas Dalyson, gentleman, with Thomas Barnewell, yeoman, of a close of pasture in the east end of Cransley abutting on Easynges Well, the High Street, and a lane called 'Pennyplatte,' for a cottage and close in the north end of Cransley abutting on the high road to Rowell and on a common called 'Hyckmans Wayre.' English.
Montg.C. 7617. Grant by Gwenllian verch Dackyn ap Meredyth, widow, to Jevan ap Rys ap Meredyth, yeoman, of an acre of land called 'Erw Hilyn' in Llangadvan, adjoining the churchyard and lands called 'Erw Helig, Y Dryll Pengain and Lletty Goegen.' 2 March, 7 Edward VI. Seal. Endorsed with the names of Dan Rys Wyn, rector of Llangadvan, and other witnesses.
Somerset.C. 7618. Sale by Nicholas Snell of Kington, co. Wilts, esquire, to William Crowche of Wellowe, esquire, for 55l., of a messuage called 'Marcombe' in the parish of Blakdon, and all his lands, etc. there, in Ubbeley, or elsewhere in the county. 16 February, 6 Edward VI. Signed, Nicholas Snell. Paper.
Montg.C. 7619. Indenture of grant by David Vychan ap Llywelyn to David ap Jevan Vychan ap Jevan ap Llywelyn of land called 'Tir yr Eithyn' adjoining lands called 'Lloybyr Tir yr Eithyn, Yr Rros Oley and Y Maes Pant,' all in Varchoel in the lordship of Powis. 10 May, 5 Edward VI. Seal, marked R.E. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
[Chester.]C. 7620. Indenture of agreement dated 5 May, 2 Edward VI, of Laurence Wenyngton, gentleman, with Elizabeth his mother, that she shall occupy his house called 'the Hermytage' and two pastures in Plomley called 'the Rughe Hey' and 'the Hieghe Feld' on a yearly tenancy, paying him 23s. yearly and 20s. yearly to each of his brothers John, Thomas, James and Richard; she acknowledges that she has received all the goods of John Wenyngton, late her husband, and an annuity of 8l. devised by him to his daughters, and agrees to pay specified sums to his said younger sons and to Margery, Katherine, Eleanor, Margaret and Elizabeth his daughters, and to provide for the said James and Richard and to keep them at school 'unto they be put to servicez or otherwise preferred or orderet,' and for the said daughters 'unto they be maried or otherwise orderet and helped.' English. Signed, Laurence Wynyngton. Paper. Seal.
Herts.C. 7621. Quitclaim by John, earl of Warr', to Richard Forsett, gentleman, Margaret his wife, and his heirs, of his interest in a messuage called 'the Chauntrey House' and in closes called 'Hall Close, Prestes Close and Reve Close,' land in Mykelfeld and Mogberouge, and all lands in the parish of Aldebury late of the dissolved chantry there founded by Philip Aylesbury, knight. 22 January, 3 Edward VI. Signed, J. Warwyk. Seal.
Kent.C. 7622. Grant by Robert Cod of the parish of Watryngbury, to Simon Becket of two parcels of woodland in the parish of Stockbury, adjoining a road called 'Herst Lane.' 3 November, 5 Edward VI.
Cambridge.C. 7623. Grant by John Chapman to Peter his son of a pasture in Thryplowe, called 'Julyans,' adjoining a road called 'le Gutter Wey,' in Thryplowe. 1 May, 5 Edward VI. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7624. Indenture of grant by David Vychan ap Llywelyn, free tenant of Varchoell, yeoman, to David ap Jevan Vychan ap Jevan ap Llywelyn of all his lands in Tre y Varchoell in the lordship of Powis, adjoining Gowavn y Gamdda, Y Keven Rredynog, Llidiart y Klawdd Newydd and Rros y Varchoel. 1 June, 4 Edward VI. Fragment of seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Surrey.C. 7625. Quitclaim by Nicholas Norton, husbandman, to William his brother of his interest in a messuage in Godston allotted to the said William by their joint consent. 22 July, 5 Edward VI. Seal.
Surrey.C. 7626. Indenture, dated 21 July, 5 Edward VI, of partition between William Norton, husbandman, and Nicholas his brother of a messuage and land in Godstone; William to have the old hall and Nicholas the new house built by himself and by Walter his father, and the threshing-place of the barn to be divided between them. English.
Staff.C. 7627. Grant by William Eggerton of Bettley, gentleman, to Ralph Eggerton of Wrymhill, esquire, of Bettley Mere and the chapel of Wrymhill in Wrymhill within the lordship of Bettley, and a close called 'Mosyarn' in Buddley. 15 February, 5 Edward VI. Signed, Ralph Egertun. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
York, W.R. [York, N.R.]C. 7628. Indenture of grant by Robert Holgayte alias Halgayte, archbishop of York, to John Thurleston, master of the free school founded by him in Hymsworth, to whom and his successors he has licence to grant lands of the yearly value of 24l., of a croft in Hymsworth adjoining the road to Kyrkby and Hymsworth Moor of the yearly value of 2s., a croft in Hymsworth late belonging to Balderston's chantry in the church there, to build a schoolhouse thereon, a tenement called 'Bysethowsse,' in the parishes of Hymsworth and Felkyrke rented at 46s. 4d., a tenement in Hyms- worth rented at 40s., and various rents there, the rectory of Synnyngton, two messuages in Sandwyth rented at 8l., late of Mountgrace Priory, a messuage in Sandhoton called 'Sandhoton Grange,' and all his lands, etc. there and in Sandhoton Carr. 10 November, 2 Edward VI. Endorsed with a note of livery of seisin, with signatures of a commission to examine witnesses, 27 September, 1611, etc.
[Montg.]C. 7629. Indenture of grant by Meredudd ap David Goz, gentleman, and David ap John ap Dackyn, yeoman, to John ap Howell Vychan of Llodyarth, esquire, for 28s. in hand, of their right in land in the township of Tref Estyn Wonnan. 28 September, 6 Edward VI.
Middx.C. 7630. Indenture dated 20 November, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that Anthony Johnson of St. Botolph's without Algate, beer-brewer, demises to John Chrystmas of East Smithfield, cooper, two tene- ments and gardens in East Smithfield abutting on the highway and the great garden for thirty years; rent, 40s.; the tenant to repair everything except 'pryncipalles.' Signature. Seal, damaged.
Montg.C. 7631. Indenture of grant by Maurice ap Hoell ap Gruffydd ap Madock, free tenant of Rrulas, to Jevan Vichin ap Jevan ap Llywelyn of all his lands in Rrulas in the lordship of Powis; rent, 3s. 1 July, 3 Edward VI. Fragment of seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Staff.C. 7632. Chirograph, indented, dated 8 May, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that Ralph Eggerton, esquire, has demised to William Ford, for 10 marks, a messuage with houses and lands belonging thereto in the occupation of the said William in the lordship of Chedulton for twenty-one years from Lady Day after the death of Dame Isabel Draycott, wife of Edward Lyttelton, esquire; rent, 24s. 1d., and the best beast as a heriot. English.
Staff.C. 7633. Indenture dated 16 June, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that Ralph Eggerton, esquire, has demised to John Johnson, husbandman, for 3l. 6s., a messuage, land, and common in the occupation of the said John in the lordship of Chedulton for twenty-one years from Lady Day after the death of the above Dame Isabel; rent, 12s. 10d., and the two best beasts as a heriot. English.
Staff.C. 7634. Chirograph, indented, dated 8 May, 4 Edward VI, wit- nessing that Ralph Eggerton, esquire, has demised to Roger Watson, for 40s., a messuage with all houses and lands belonging thereto in the occupation of the said Roger in Chedulton for twenty-one years from Lady Day after the death of the above Dame Isabel; rent, 11s., and the best beast as a heriot. English.
[Devon.]C. 7635 Indenture of demise by William Haward, knight, lord Haward, and Margaret his wife to John Mayne, Joan his wife, and John Mayne the younger, for their lives in survivorship, of a tenement and garden in Barestrett [in Barnstaple]; rent, 6s., and a heriot of 12d.; the tenants to do suit at the lessors' court and mill. 5 August, 2 Edward VI.
Kent.C. 7636. Indenture dated 10 April, 6 Edward VI, declaring that whereas it is agreed that Thomas Stryckland of London, grocer, and George Multon of Estpeckham, gentleman, shall recover two messuages and land in Ealdinge, Twedeley, Estpeckham, Brenchesley and Hunton against John Downe, citizen and grocer of London, such recovery shall be to the use of the said John and his heirs. English. Signatures of Thomas Strykland and George Multon.
Middx.C. 7637. Grant by John Pakyngton of Hampton Lovett, co. Worcester, knight, and Humphrey Pakyngton of Worcester, esquire, to William Maynard, citizen and mercer of London, of a messuage called 'Grove House' in Fulham. 3 November, 4 Edward VI. Signed by John and Humphrey Pakyngton. Seal of arms and fragment of seal. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Herts.C. 7638. Indenture dated 8 June, 2 Edward VI, witnessing that Sir John Gate, knight, has demised to Geoffrey Gate of Waltham [Holy] Cross, co. Essex, the manor of Chesthunte for twenty-four years at a yearly rent of 57l. 6s. 8d. without impeachment of waste and free of an annuity of 20l. granted to — wife of — Brooke of Bristowe and formerly the wife of — Poole; the lessee to fell no trees in Chesthunte Common Wood (except timber trees and trees growing within four feet of each other) and none that have been lopped or trestled; and if he die within the term, his executors are not to fell any oak in the wood less than 14 inches square at three feet from the ground. English. Signed by John Gate. Endorsed with note of enrolment before Thomas Mildmay, auditor to the queen, Michaelmas term, 1 Mary.
Essex.C. 7639. Reconveyance by Robert Fannynge of Barlynge and Edward Hedge of Hockley, yeomen, to John Hamonde, gentleman, on condition of his fulfilling the condition of a bond given by all the parties to William Ambrose of Hockley, husbandman, of two messuages, nine crofts called 'Smytthys' and 'Turtelles,' the pasture of a street (strati) called 'Watersladdes,' and all other lands of the said John in Great and Little Sutton and Prytwell conveyed by him to them as security for the penalty of the bond. 3 July, 7 Edward VI. Signed by Edward Hedge. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Essex.C. 7640. Sale by William Myldmaye of Chelmesford, gentleman, to Nicholas Harker of Maldon, smith, and Ellen his wife, of a messuage late of Thomas, lord Darcy of Chyche, in the parish of St. Peter's, Maldon, to be held by fealty alone of the king's manor of Est Grenewyche. 13 January, 6 'Edward VI. Seal, cracked. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7641. Indenture of grant by David ap Bedo ap Jevan Vychin of Trey y Varchel to David ap Jevan Vychin ap Jevan ap Llywelyn of the same, of his lands in Varchoel in the lordship of Powis, bounded by Bullch y Vedo, Brithdir y Varchoel, Sarne yr Wyddvyd and Y Brithdir Helygog. 3 February, 5 Edward VI. Seal, marked R.H., damaged.
Leic.C. 7642. Indenture dated 20 December, 1 Edward VI, witnessing that Henry Babyngton of Kynston, co. Notts, esquire, and Frances his wife, have demised to John Stonne all their tenement now occupied by the said John in Kegworth for twenty years; rent, 26s. 8d.; the tenant to find a sallet and bill for a man-at-arms to serve the king. English.
Surrey.C. 7643. Indenture dated 26 May, 5 Edward VI, witnessing that Thomas Baghe of Frensham, gentleman, and Katherine his wife have demised to Thomas Dakyn, clerk, and John Hall, husbandman, and Isabel his wife their farm of the chapel or parsonage of Seale for forty years; rent, 17l.; the lessees to find a priest to serve the chapel at a yearly fee of 7l., to cover and wall all barns and to bear all charges except tenths and subsidies. English. Signature of Thomas Dakyn.
Middx.C. 7644. Indenture dated 1 November, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that Sir John Pakyngton, knight, and Humphrey Pakyngton of Worcester, esquire, have sold to William Maynard, citizen and mercer of London, for 60l., their messuage called 'Grove House' in the parish of Fulham. English. Signed by John and Humphrey Pakyngton.
Essex.C. 7645. Quitclaim by Nicholas Cotton, yeoman, and Mary his wife to Richard Mondes of London, scrivener, and Clemence his wife of their interest in a garden in Romford on the road from Brentwoode to London. 30 September, 5 Edward VI. Seal, damaged. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Dorset.C. 7646. Quitclaim by Richard Newbourgh of Wourth Fraunces in the parish of Netherbury, gentleman, son and heir apparent [sic] of Walter Newbourgh, esquire, deceased, to Thomas Hayward of S[w]anwych in Purbek, shipmaster, of his rights in land, fisheries and common in Swanwych whereof he has the reversion after the death of Elizabeth his mother, wife of George Strangwayes, esquire. 18 March, 5 Edward VI. Signed by Richard Neubrough.
[Chester.]C. 7647. Acknowledgment by John Bothe of Mobburleghe, gentleman, of the receipt from Elizabeth, late the wife of John Wynnyngton of the Hermytage, gentleman, and Laurence son and heir of the said John Wynnyngton, of 3l. 15s., the final instalment of 23l. covenanted to be given him on his marriage with Katherine daughter of the said John and Elizabeth. 5 July, 4 Edward VI. Seal.
Staff.C. 7648. Indenture dated 12 February, 5 Edward VI, witnessing that Ralph Eggerton of the Wrymhill, esquire, has granted to William Egerton, gentleman, his messuage and land called 'the Mottefeldes' and all lands in the occupation of John Reve the younger in Bettley and in the parish of Audeley free of all encumbrances, in exchange for 10l. and tenements in Bettley (as in C. 7627). 12 February, 5 Edward VI. English. Seal. Signature of William Egerton.
[Berks.]C. 7649. Grant by Ralph Wolfrych to Richard de Polhamptone of 1a. land in Ingelflod Belet called 'La Denacre,' with a piece of land adjoining, in exchange for 1a. land late of Richard Aylward in Godyngeflod. Witnesses:—Alan de Hanville, Thomas Couftenent, and others (named). Whytemor, Thursday after St. Barnabas, 6 Edward II. Seal.
[Worc.]C. 7650. Quitclaim by Christian late the wife of Robert de Aylesbury to Marieria daughter of Robert atte Hulle of Ymeneye of her dower-right in 10 selions of land in Westefeld in the manor of Hambury by the Wych. Sunday after St. Kenelm the King, 16 Edward [II.]
Montg.C. 7651. Bond by David ap Jevan ap Llywelyn ap Bedo, yeoman, to Owen ap John ap Hoell Vaghan of Kaergai, co. Merioneth, gentleman, for the payment of 20l. 5 March, 7 Edward VI.
Condition (in English) for the undisturbed occupation by the said Owen of lands sold to him by the said David in Abermarchnant. Seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7652. Indenture of sale by John ap Jevan ap Llywelyn ap Bedo, yeoman, to the above Owen, for 4l., of his tenement called 'Tythyn Nant y Kuln,' between lands called 'Kae Gwyn' and 'Tir Llu Leia,' all in Abermarchnant. 7 March, 7 Edward VI. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Montg.C. 7653. Indenture of sale by David ap Jevan ap Llywelyn ap Bedo, yeoman, to the above Owen, for 9l., of his two tenements in Abermarchnant. 5 March, 7 Edward VI. Fragments of seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Derby.C. 7654. Indenture dated 8 October, 1 Edward VI, witnessing that the dean and chapter of Lichefeld have demised to Edward Lyttelton of Peletenhall, co. Stafford, esquire, all their tithe lambs and wool in the Peak within the jurisdiction of Bawkewell (except in the lordship of Herthyll), for twenty years; rent, 115l. English.
Montg.C. 7655. Indenture of grant by David Vychin ap Llywelyn, yeoman, to David ap Jevan Vychin ap Jevan ap Llywelyn of land called 'Yr Ero Benvain' in Varchoel in the lordship of Powis. 10 May, 6 Edward VI. Mark and seal. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
[Sussex.]C. 7656. Quitclaim by Margery relict of Robert Wylsham to John the said Robert's son and heir, of her dower-right in all the lands held of Sir Robert de Lyndrugge. 12 October, 35 Edward III. Endorsed.—A dede [of] confermacion of serten landes of Wilsshames widdow lying in Ashbornham.
Montg.C. 7657. Indenture of grant by John ap David ap Mathe, yeoman, free tenant of Dolvor, to Matthew ap John ap Mathe of all his lands in Dolvor in the lordship of Powis. 4 July, 4 Edward VI. Seal, damaged. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Staff.C. 7658. Sale by Edmund Sutton, gentleman, to Roger Wryght, yeoman, of all messuages, lands, rents and services in Fulforde late of the chantry of [Ru]geley. 29 January, 4 Edward VI. Signature of Edmund Sutton.
Herts.C. 7659. Indenture dated 20 September, 6 Edward VI, witnessing that Andrew Noell, esquire, and Dame Elizabeth, his wife, have demised to John Alsopp of Bukingwerth, co. Essex, yeoman, all their manor of Overhall in Gelston, except the woods growing thereon, for eighteen years at a yearly rent of 15l. payable to them and the heirs of Dame Elizabeth, and reserving two-thirds of the profits of the court; the tenant to do all repairs, for which he is to have great timber as assigned by the lessors, together with firebote, ploughbote, cartbote, and hedgebote, and not to sublet except to his wife or children. English. Signature of Andrew Noell. Seal and fragment.
Herts.C. 7660. Indenture dated 4 July, 6 Edward VI, witnessing that Thomas Dyche, yeoman, has sold to Thomas Skypwyth of St. Albans, esquire, for 30l., his messuage and lands called 'the Rounde Abowte' and all his other lands, etc. in the parishes of Shenley and Barnett clear of all encumbrances except the service and rent due to the chief lords of the fee; with defeasance of a bond for 60l. if the above conditions are observed. English. Endorsed with notes of enrolment on the Close Roll and cancellation by consent of the parties.
Chester.C. 7661. Quitclaim by Thomas Corden of Ipstone, co. Stafford, yeoman, to William Godeman of Chester, alderman, of his right in a messuage in 'le Brugestrete,' Chester. 3 October, 2 Edward VI. Seal, marked T.B.
Lincoln. York [N.R.] N'hamp. Leic.C. 7662. (1) Sale by Richard Whalley of Welbeck, co. Notts, esquire, to Richard Feelld of Kyngisnorton, co. Worcester, for 184l. 4s. 8d., of the site and demesnes of Ellerton Abbey, co. York, and the advowsons of the parsonages of —, co. Northampton, and Barwell, co. Leicester. 23 June, 6 Edward VI. (2) Sale by the above Richard Whalley to John Hanbye, esquire, and Richard Feelld, for 284l. 4s. 8d. in hand and 40l. to be paid on completion of the conveyance, of the above lands and advowsons and lands in Lymber Magna, co. Lincoln, late of Gracedieu Nunnery, whereof letters patent are to be obtained from the king. 26 June, 6 Edward VI. Drafts in English, on paper.
[Sussex.]C. 7663. Quitclaim by Richard Browghton to Thomas Tysseherste the elder of his rights in lands called 'Wellond' and 'Mellond' in the parish of Asshebornham. 16 April, 3 Henry VII. Fragment of seal.
N'hamp.C. 7664. Indenture dated 21 September, 1 Edward VI, witnessing that William Robyns of Cotton Ende, yeoman, Alice his wife, late the wife of Richard Welles of Kelmershe, deceased, and Edward Welles, son and heir of the said Richard and Alice, have sold to Thomas Barnewell, yeoman, all their messuages, lands, etc. in Cranesley, for 21l. English. Signatures of William Robyns and Edward Welles. Three seals (two damaged).
Staff.C. 7665. Indenture dated 27 January, 3 Edward VI, witnessing that Edward Sutton, gentleman, has sold to Roger Wright, yeoman, for 12l., all his lands in Fulford formerly belonging to the chantry of Kyngesley. English. Signature of Edmund Sutton.
Montg.C. 7666. Grant by Llywelyn ap Jevan ap Maredudd Dio, free tenant of Krenyon, to Jevan ap Llywelyn his son, of all his lands (except a tenement called 'Tyddyn Maes Koid Yddole') in Ruhiriarth in the lordship of Krenyon. 10 July, 2 Edward VI. Paper. Copy.
Chester.C. 7667. Indenture dated 23 April, 6 Edward VI, witnessing that Ralph Egerton of Wrynehill, esquire, has sold to Hugh Hollaund of Lathom, co. Lancaster, yeoman, for 30l., the reversion after the death of Dame Ellen, late the wife of William Brureton, knight, and previously the wife of John Egerton, esquire, grandfather of Ralph, of all lands, etc. in the holding of Richard Pycavance in Little Calday, clear of all encumbrances except the rents and services due to the chief lord of the fee and the life-interest of Dame Ellen; covenant that the lands are of the clear yearly value of 24s.; bond in 60l. to be given by the said Ralph for due performance. English.
[Cornw.]C. 7668. Indenture of grant by Nicholas Kendall, esquire, to Laurence his brother, for life, of all his messuages, etc. in Tregantell and Tregenowen, and two closes in Pygesbyn (between the lands of Tregenowen and Pennant, a close called 'Pelyn Parke,' etc.) without impeachment of waste; rent, a red rose at Midsummer if demanded; suit of court twice a year in the manor of Pelyn with a fine of 3d. for non-attendance, suit and multure of all grains at the mill of Pelyn, and a relief on death of 12s. 6d.; remainder to the heirs of the body of the said Laurence; remainder to the grantor; provision against alienation. 10 April, 2 Edward VI. Signed by Nicholas Kendall. Endorsed with signatures of witnesses to the deed and to livery of seisin.
Kent.C. 7669. Grant by Robert Cod of the parish of Watringbury, husbandman, to Thomas Potman of the parish of Tunstall, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, daughter and co-heir of Thomas Turner, late of the parish of Sutton Valence, tailor, of a tenement called 'Sowthdene' and lands called 'Westwoodes, Leesewod Croft, Vyces, Elburland, Denes Crowche, Scoll Crofts, Smythes Garden, Smythes Croft, Long Croft, Whitynge Croft and Wood, Cowper's Croft, Long Stryke, Ballynge Dane, Turner's Dane, le Nicke, Kipletes Croft, Netley, Leese Wood,' etc. adjoining the highway from Hollingborne to Mydleton, and lands adjoining the highway called 'Herstelane Weste,' all in Stockbury, and lands called 'Vicehill, Vicehill Wood,' etc. in Huckyng. 3 November, 5 Edward VI. Endorsed, Visehill Felde and wood solde to Tayler.
N'hamp.C. 7670. Quitclaim by Thomas Dalyson, gentleman, and Thomas Barmewell, yeoman, to Robert Ladde of their interest in a cottage in Cranesley sold to him by Simon Brigstocke, Nicholas Dextar, and the said Thomas Barmewell, churchwardens there. 24 January, 1 Edward VI. Two seals. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7671. Grant by David ap Jevan Bedo of Mynythmawn, co. Denbigh, yeoman, to John ap David ap Jevan of all his lands in Dolwar. 19 October, 3 Edward VI. Seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Chester.C. 7672. Indenture dated 11 June, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that Ralph Eggerton of the Wrynehill, co. Stafford, esquire, has demised to Thomas Mynshull, for a fine of 5 marks, a messuage and land in Crue for twenty-one years from the death of Dame Eleanor, late the wife of William Brereton, knight; rent, 13s. 4d.; the said Ralph to be bound in 20l. for due performance. English. Signed, Thomas Mynshull. Seal, marked E. Endorsed with conditions for service in war and the payment of a heriot.
Derby.C. 7673. Demise by Thomas Babyngton of Dethycke, esquire, to Thomas Haye, yeoman, and Ysott his wife, of a messuage and land now in their occupation in Lytchurche, for twenty-one years; rent, 4l.; the lessees to do all repairs (the lessor finding great timber), to find a man to serve in the king's wars, and to do suit of court at Lutchurche twice a year. 31 December, 2 Edward VI. Paper copy, in English. Endorsed, A remembraunce of a petye gree to sache if nede be at my lorde of Warr' howse and enquire. John Mawlberye.
Warw.C. 7674. Indenture dated 27 June, 1 Edward VI, between Sir John Seyntlowe of Tormarton, co. Gloucester, knight, and John Coope of Coopesassheby alias Cannonsasshebye, co. Northampton, esquire, granting pasture to the said Sir John in the manors of Hodnell, Old Hodnell, and Ascote, sold by him to the said Coope, for all such of his own sheep and cattle as he has feeding there at the date of these presents, till Michaelmas next, on condition that before the feast of St. Bartholomew he remove all cattle taken in to 'joysement' not belonging to himself or his servants; John Horseley to retain a warren and windmill in Hodnell which he held of the said Sir John, whose servants being tenants in the premises are to have 'romethe, lodgyng and fyerbote'; and the said Coope is to have all Sir John's common of pasture in Napton. 27 June, 1 Edward VI. English. Signed, John Seyntlow. Seal.
Montg.C. 7675. Indenture of grant by Rice ap Mathey of Krenion, gentle- man, to Rice ap David ap Jevan and Rice ap David ap Mathey, gentlemen, to the use of John ap Rice his son, Ellen, wife of the said John and daughter of David ap Jevan Lloyd ap David, and the heirs of their bodies, of all his lands, etc. in Y Graigwen, Rros Yr Ergyd, Maes Ithell, and the township of Llangadvan in the lordship of Powys. 30 June, 2 Edward VI. Fragment of seal. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Montg.C. 7676. Indenture of grant by David ap Bedo ap Jevan Vychan, yeoman, to David ap Jevan Vychan ap Jevan ap Llywelyn of all his lands between Moel y Kroyne and Llettym y Kerig, and land called 'Yr Ero Arben y Voel,' all in Varchoel in the lordship of Powis. 20 December, 5 Edward VI. Signatures of witnesses and fragment of seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses and note of enrolment before justices of the peace.
Montg.C. 7677. Indenture of grant by Meredith ap Ris ap David Lloid, free tenant of Uch Koid, to David ap David of all his lands in Treddolwer in the hundred of Llanvilling. 4 June, 3 Edward VI. Seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses and note of livery of seisin.
Herts.C. 7678. Indenture dated 24 September, 5 Edward VI, witnessing that Thomas Hyde of Aldebury, gentleman, has demised to John Wynche of Aldebury, yeoman, 10a. land called 'Sutton Pece' with the meadow thereto belonging for twenty years; rent, 7s.; the tenant to enclose the land with quickset and not to alienate it, but to be at liberty to 'shrede' the trees. English. Seal, marked W.
[Staff.]C. 7679. Indenture dated 30 November, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that Ralph Egerton of the Wrynhill, esquire, has demised to John Welch, Alice his wife, and John his son, for their lives and the life of the longest liver, the part of the tenement of Bygnallhyll occupied by the said John; rent, 22s. and the best beast as a heriot; the lessees to serve in war or to find a substitute. English. Endorsed, John Welche his bargaine and sale.
Bedford.C. 7680. Grant by John Bonffild of Lower Staplowe in the parish of Eton to William his son of a messuage and 8½a. land in Staplowe between 'Juddys' and land of St. Peter's, Cambridge. 6 June, 2 Edward VI. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Warw.C. 7681. Acknowledgment dated 13 May, 5 Edward VI, by Thomas Wylkes, citizen and haberdasher of London and merchant of the staple of Calais, of the receipt from Sir John Coope of Copes Asheby, co. Northampton, knight, of various deeds (specified) relating to the manors of Hodnell, Old Hodnell, and Ascott. English. Seal. Signature of John Cope.
Warw.C. 7682. Sale by Edward Aglionbie, esquire, and Henry Higforde, gentleman, to Roger Michell of Brymincham, butcher, of a tenement at 'le Bulringe' in Brimincham late belonging to the first chantry there, to be held of the king in free socage as of his manor of Estgrenewiche. 1 July, 7 Edward VI. Signed, Edw. Aglionby, Henr. Hygford. Seal.
Note of recognisance before W. Ermysted, master in Chancery. Endorsed with note of enrolment on the Close Roll, November, 1 Mary.
Leic.C. 7683. Indenture dated 12 August, 6 Edward VI, between Richard Chaveney of Querndon and John Hubbard of Harbye, son and heir apparent of John Hubbard late of Querndon and Agnes his wife, reciting that the said John the son has covenanted to marry Alice daughter of the said Richard and to enfeoff Edward her brother, John Pursse of Querndon, and John Gladwen of Barrow upon Sore, yeoman, together with the said Alice, of a moiety of his lands in Harby and Hose to her use during her life, and providing that the said Richard shall pay to the said John before his marriage 13l. 6s. 8d. English.
York [W.R.]C. 7684. Indenture dated 22 April, 7 Edward VI, witnessing that Sir Nicholas Strelley, knight, captain of the castle and town of Berwyke, has demised to Lawrence Foxe, yeoman, for 6l. 13s., his manor of Eccleshall and lands thereto belonging called 'Calcrofte Medowe, Halle Felde, Stonyhurste, Rye Feldes, Laurans Felde, Crabtie Launde, Dobbecrofte, Parke Heade, and Snethins,' for twenty-six years; rent, 53s. 4d.; the tenant to repair the premises and to do military service if required. English.
Middx.C. 7685. Chirograph, indented, dated 28 July, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that George Harryson, shoemaker, has demised to John Rowlynk, tailor, a shop and garden in East Smythfeld for . . . . years; rent, 40[s.]; the tenant to pay all chief and quit rents. English.
Derby.C. 7686. Indenture dated 20 October, 1550, witnessing that Henry Wyllyams, dean, and the chapter of Lichefeld have demised to Edward Lyttelton the elder of Pelleten Hall, co. Stafford, esquire, all their tithe lambs and wool in the Peak within the jurisdiction of Bawkwell (except within the lordships of Hertyll and Harwod) for five years from the end of a similar demise on Lady-Day, 1586, renewable by terms of five years up to sixty years; rent, 115l. English. Signed, Edwarde Lyttylton the elder. See C. 7654.
Staff.C. 7687. Indenture dated 6 May, 4 Edward VI, witnessing that Ralph Egerton of the Wryenhyll, esquire, has demised to George Manyfold, husbandman, for 4l. 6s. 8d., a messuage and lands in Forde for twenty-one years from the death of Dame Eleanor, late the wife of Sir William Brereton, knight; rent, 15s. 4d., and the best beast as a heriot; the lessee to do repairs and serve in the wars. English. Signed, Rauff Eggerton. Seal. Endorsed, Richard Mannyfould of Forde hys lease surrend'.
N'hamp.C. 7688. Indenture of grant by Thomas Barnewell, yeoman, to Thomas Dallyson, gentleman, of land in Little Crannesley, in exchange for other land in the west field of Crannesley abutting on the Stie Waye. 20 August, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Seal, damaged.
Salop.C. 7689. Indenture dated 18 September, 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Giles Edwardes, gentleman, has demised to William Browne, husbandman, a house, barn, and garden in St. Mary Street, Bridgnorthe, for twenty-one years; rent, 13s. 4d. Witnesses:— Hugh Prene and George Sing, bailiffs of the town and franchise of Bridgnorth. English.
C. 7690. Letters patent of the Duchy of Lancaster appointing Richard Alyngton (fn. *) of Lincolnes Inn, esquire, to the reversion of the clerkship of the council of the Duchy after the death or cession of George Haydon, gentleman. Westminster, 25 March, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary.
N'hamp.C. 7691. Indenture dated 3 April, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Thomas Dallyson, esquire, has exchanged with Thomas Barnwell, gentleman, lands partly abutting on Myddledayle Way for lands partly adjoining the 'grosse plott' called 'Ladie Holme Leis,' all at the west or 'hommer' end of the church headland in the Middle East field or Nether Middle field of Cranseley. English. Paper. Signed, Thomas Dallyson. Seal. Endorsed with names of witnesses.
Warw.C. 7692. Indenture of defeasance, dated 11 February, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary, by Edward Grevell, knight, of a bond given to him by Thomas Wylkes, merchant of the Staple of Calais, for 4,000l., on condition of his releasing all such execution as he may have in virtue of a recovery by Nicholas Leveson, gentleman, of 10 messuages, lands, and rent in Hodnell alias Hodenhull, Old Hodnell, Ascott alias Astonicott, Hookes and Seynt Elens, whereto the said Thomas vouched the said Sir Edward. English. Signed, Edward Grevell. Seal.
Sussex.C. 7693. Indenture dated 28 May, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Edward, earl of Derby, K.G., has demised to Henry Pole of Dychelynge, esquire, for a fine of 10l., one-eighth of the demesne of the manor of Kymare for twenty-one years; rent, 23s. 4d. English. Signed, Edward Derby—H. Strange.
Staff.C. 7694. Settlement by Thomas Gyfford, knight, Henry Warner, and Roger and Humphrey Wryght of a messuage and land in Fulford in the occupation of the said Roger on himself and Margaret his wife for fifty years at a yearly rent of 2d. payable to the said Humphrey on demand, the term to be ended by their deaths or by the remarriage of the said Margaret, with successive remainders in tail male to the said Humphrey and to any of his daughters whose husband shall bear or assume the name of Wryght, remainder to the heirs male of the body of the said Roger, and ultimate remainder to the said Humphrey in fee simple; and of cottages, land, and rent in Fulford, Hylderston, and Dylron on himself for life or for fifty years, whichever shall be the shorter term, at a yearly rent of a red rose payable to the said Humphrey on demand, with remainder in tail male to the said Humphrey and Elizabeth his wife, and further remainders as above. 30 May, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary.
Herts.C. 7695. Grant by Henry Duncombe, gentleman, to Henry Alyn, husbandman, of lands in Over Owe Fylde, between Brodymare and Hylwaye, and elsewhere in Tyscote, Naldewyke and Betlowe. 16 June, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. Signature of Henry Doncombe. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Middx.C. 7696. Acknowledgment by John Jouxsson and Harry Cortys, merchant tailors, and Thomas Cortys, goldsmith, to Robert Hardyng of London, salter, that they owe him 12l. to be paid in a year's time. 22 April, 1556. English. Paper. Signatures of John Juxson, Harry Curtyes and Thomas Curtys. Three seals.
Herts.C. 7697. Grant by Henry Alyn to William his father and Agnes wife of the said William, for their life and the life of the survivor, of all his lands, etc. in Tyscote, Naldewykes and Betlowe, late of Richard Est alias Bybat. 2 November, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Endorsed with note of livery of seisin.
Kent.C. 7698. Letters of attorney from Humphrey Bowden, citizen and merchant tailor of London, to John Steward, gentleman, to receive seisin of a messuage and land in Hastowe alias Halstowe from John Wolgate of Borden, gentleman, and John Lawrance of St[ockbury], yeoman. 9 April, 12 James I. English. Signed, Hum. Bowdon. Seal.
C. 7699. Release by John Coope, knight, to Thomas Wylkes, esquire, merchant of the Staple of Calais, in part performance of an award, of all actions, etc. to the date of the arbitration, except a recognizance of 10,000l. for performance of the award. 5 July, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary. Signature of John Coope. Seal.
[Notts.]C. 7700. Indenture dated 4 May, 1 and 2 Philip and Mary, witnessing that Sir Anthony Strelley of Felley (sic), knight, has sold to Luke Derbyshire of Felley mill, husbandman, for 30l., all his woods in Ollershawe on the east side of the water called 'Holwell Sprynge,' leaving all 'wayvers' of oak and ash less than 12 inches in thickness; the purchaser to have free ingress for five years to cut and carry the wood; the vendor to be bound in 50l. for due performance. English.

Footnotes

* A monument, to Richard Alington of Lincoln's Inn was in the Rolls Chapel, and is now in the Record Office Museum.