Wills
21 Edward I (1292-3)

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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R. R. Sharpe (editor)

Year published

1889

Pages

108-110

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'Wills: 21 Edward I (1292-3)', Calendar of wills proved and enrolled in the Court of Husting, London: Part 1: 1258-1358 (1889), pp. 108-110. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66829 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ANNO 21 EDWARD I.

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

Hauteyn (Walter).—To Alice his wife, a nun of S. Sepulchre's, (fn. 1) Canterbury, his dwelling-house and rents upon Cornhull for life, with remainder to his heirs. To Beatrix, Johanna, and Elyanora his daughters a house upon Cornhull; and to Thomas his son a house in Colemannestrete. No date.


Proclamation made, and no opposition.

Roll 22 (1).

Juvene (John le).—To Juliana his wife his house near the house of Walter le Wyte for life, with remainder to Juliana and Nicholaa his daughters. No date.
Roll 22 (7).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Mathias, Apostle [24 Feb.].

Carecter (John le).—To Cecilia his wife his capital messuage, a grange, and shops, with various rents for life; remainder to Andrew and Robert his sons in successive tail. No date.


Proclamation made, and no opposition.

Roll 22(21).

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

Rocheford (Margery de), late wife of Guy de Rocheford, Knt.—All her houses in Smethefeud without Neugate to be sold for pious uses. No date.


Proclamation made, and no opposition.

Roll 22 (25).

Monday next after the Feast of S. Luke, Evangelist [18 Oct.].

Le Faunt or Lenfaunt (William).—To Alice his wife his house near the church of S. Swythun for life, with remainder to William his servant and Roger the testator's brother. Three houses and a shop in the parish of S. Swythun, at the corner of the lane, to be sold for pious uses. No date.


Proclamation made, and no opposition; administration granted to the executors of immovable goods.

Roll 22 (32).

Trog (William).—To Gilbert his apprentice his southern shop in the street of S. Laurence in the Jewry, and to Agnes his daughter his northern shop, subject to a charge for masses in the church of S. Laurence. A tenement and shops at Lotheberi to be sold to fulfil his testament. To Olive his wife his tenement in the parish of S. Margaret de Patins for life. To Adam Trog the tenement at Lotheberi which he gave to the said Adam in frank-marriage with Alice his daughter. No date.


Administration granted to the executors; proclamation made, and no opposition.

Roll 22 (33).

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

Cheverler (Laurence le).—To Margery his wife his house in the parish of S. Giles without Crepelgate, near the Red Cross, for life, with remainder to pious uses. No date.
Roll 22 (49).

Long (Peter, son of John le).—To Walter de Bredstrate, his mother's husband, a certain tenement in the parish of All Hallows de Bredstrate, formerly belonging to his said father, to hold until the said Walter shall have received all that is due to him from the testator (fn. 2) ; also the reversion of the same after the decease of his said mother, to hold to the said Walter and his heirs, namely, William and Falk, brothers of the testator. No date.
Roll 22 (52).

Subery (Master Reginald de), clerk.—All his houses and rents in the City of London and suburbs to be sold for the maintenance of chantries. No date.


Proclamation made, whereupon came William de Brayford, who challenged the said testament, inasmuch as a certain tenement in the parish of S. Brigid which he claimed was mortgaged to one William de Enefeud, who sold it to the testator.

Roll 22 (53).

Vyne (Henry de la).—To Mabel his wife his tenement in Fridaystrate for life, and after her decease the same to be sold by her executors. No date.
Roll 22 (54).

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

Wynton (Nicholas de).—To Margery his daughter his capital house in the street of Cornhell in the parish of S. Christopher, and rents in the parishes of S. Magnus and S. Laurence de Candelwystrete. To Idonea his daughter his houses in the parishes of S. Nicholas Hakun and S. James de Garlekheth, in S. Martin Orgar Lane, and in the parish of S. Laurence. To John his son the residue of his rents in the City of London, charged with debts and funeral expenses. No date. Roll 22(64).

Hardel (Roysia).—Her house in the parish of S. Bartholomew the Less to be sold. No date.


Proclamation made, and no opposition.

Roll 22 (65).

Bentele (Andrew de), goldsmith.—To Elizabeth his wife his house in the parish of S. Michael de Hoggenelane for life, with remainder to their children. No date.
Roll 22 (68).

Footnotes

1 A Benedictine nunnery founded by Archbishop Anselm, circa A.D. 1100.
2 This devise is not unlike what used to be known as a vivum vadium, in which the owner of an estate, in consideration for money lent, conveyed it to the lender, upon condition that as soon as he, the lender, should have repaid himself out of the rents and profits of the land both principal and interest, the debtor might re-enter. It has now apparently become obsolete.