Wills
16 Edward I (1287-8)

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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R. R. Sharpe (editor)

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1889

Pages

83-85

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'Wills: 16 Edward I (1287-8)', Calendar of wills proved and enrolled in the Court of Husting, London: Part 1: 1258-1358 (1889), pp. 83-85. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66824 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ANNO 16 EDWARD I.

Monday next before the Feast of S. Andrew, Apostle [30 Nov.].

Longe (Cristiana la).—Her houses to be sold by her executors to fulfil her testament. No date.
Roll 18 (5).

Monday next before Feast of Purification of V. Mary [2 Feb.]

Machinge (Adam de).—To Lora his wife his house in Wodestrate for life; remainder in default of heirs to pious uses. A charge on the said house of two shillings annual quitrent for maintaining one "torche" at the elevation of the Host in the church of Hoggenelane. No date. Roll 18 (7).

Brewere (Richard le).—To Elena his daughter seventeen shillings annual quitrent in the parish of S. Michael de Candle-wikestrate. Matilda mentioned as relict and one of the executors of the testator. No date.
Roll 18 (12).

Monday after the Feast of S. Peter in Cathedrâ [22 Feb.].

Atte Walle (Clarice, relict of Elias).—Her house in the parish of S. Margaret de Breggestrete to be sold for discharge of her debts, charged with the payment of twelve pence annual rent to Gilbert Knotte. No date.
Roll 18 (18).

Naastok (fn. 1) (Nicholas), Sergeant at the Queenhithe.—To Cecilia his daughter his tenement towards the Thames in Queenhithe. To Johanna his wife his tenement opposite the church of S. Michael Queenhithe for life, with remainder to Walter his son. No date.
Roll 18 (19).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Mark, Evangelist [25 April].

Mewin (Ann).—Her tenement in the parish of S.. Michael de Hoggenelane in Vodestrate to be sold, and the money delivered to John de Attelberge for the purchase of one livery (liberacionem) (fn. 2) in any place the said John may select. No date.


Whereupon came John "Mewy" and challenged the said testament, inasmuch....

Roll 18 (22).

Wylehale (John de).—Various houses, shops, &c., in the parishes of S. Mildred, S. Sepulchre, S. Magnus, S. John de Walebrock, and elsewhere to be sold, and the proceeds given to the hospitals of S. Mary without Bissopesgate, S. Giles, and S. James; the nuns of Keleburn; the Priory of S. Mary de Suwerk; the nuns of S. Elena, Haliwelle, Clerkenewelle, and Berkinge; the hospitals of S. Bartholomew de Smethefeud and S. Thomas de Suwerk; the service of S. Mary at S. Paul's; the nuns of Stratford, &c. No date.
Roll 18 (23).

Berdenne (Walter de).—To Walter his son an annual rent of four marks; and to Walter, son of Hugh Kote de S. Edmund, houses tenanted by Cristian le Taverner, together with the reversion of the above rent.' No date.
Roll 18 (24).

Harwe (William de).—To Felicia his wife his tenement in the parish of S. Nicholas Shambles for life, with remainder to John his son. Also to the said John and to William his son rents in the parish of S. Michael le Quern. Should his said wife implead any of his feoffees for dower his son John is authorized to enter incontinently upon the above tenement and give her thereout only her dower. No date.
Roll 18 (26).

Monday next before the Feast of S. Margaret, Virgin [20 July].

Anketin (Richard).—To Olive his wife his tenement in the parish of H. Trinity the Less for life, with remainder to John Serie, clerk. No date.
Roll 18 (38).

Monday next after the Feast of S. James, Apostle [25 July].

Stanford (John de).—To Isabella his wife half a mark rent of the tenement of John Witfis, situate within Bissopesgate, for life; remainder to pious uses. No date.
Roll 18 (42).

Monday next before the Feast of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.].

Horkesle (Alianora de).—Bequest of rents in the parish of S. Nicholas at the Shambles towards the maintenance of a chantry in the church of Brumle. (fn. 3) To Sir Abel her brother all the houses, &c., in the said parish which Sir Laurence [de St, Martin], late Bishop of Kochester, had devised to her by will, the said Abel paying to her executors sixty marks. No date.
Roll 18 (46).

Manewedon (Warin de).—To Matilda his wife all his houses for life; remainder to charitable uses. No date.
Roll 18 (53).

Caumpes (John de), clerk.—To John his son his tenement in the street of Bassieshawe for life; remainder to pious uses for the souls of Walter his father and Matilda his mother and others. Rents of a tenement held by Richard Parlefrayns in the lane of S. Laurence Jewry to be sold, and a portion given to Henry his brother. No date. Roll 18 (54).

Mazun (fn. 4) (Henry le).—To Edmund his son his capital house and curtilage, charged with maintaining fifteen masses in the church of All Hallows de Colemannecherche. To Agnes and Katherine his daughters certain houses. No date.
Roll 18 (64).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Martin [11 Nov.].

Chaumpeneys (Richard).—Ten shillings bequeathed for his funeral expenses, charged on his shop in the parish of S. Leonard. No date.
Roll 18 (68).

Footnotes

1 His surname does not appear in the will, but is obtained from a previous deed, which also mentions his wife as daughter of William de Dureme.
2 Liberaciones seu Corrodia (Way's 'Prompt. Parv.,' s.v. "Lyveresone," note). A gift of food or clothes similar to a "corrody" charged on a monastery.
3 Bromley, co. Kent.
4 Or cementarius.