London and Middlesex Fines
Henry V

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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W. J. Hardy & W. Page (editors)

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1892

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177-181

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'London and Middlesex Fines: Henry V', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 1: Richard I - Richard III (1892), pp. 177-181. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78824 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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HENRY V.

1. Thomas Haseley, and Thomas Hardyng, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 1.

2. Elias Davy, citizen and mercer of London, and William Constantyn, and Katherine, his wife. The manor of Marles. Anno 1.

3. Thomas Fekenham, of London, John Garton, esquire, and Thomas Bole, of Eyworth, and John Bole, of Edelmeton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 2.

4. John Hotoft, esquire, John Langvyle, clerk, Henry Leycestre, clerk, and Richard Wytham, clerk, and John Mychell, of Heston, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Wodhall. Anno 2.

5. William Multon, citizen and "cutyller" of London, and Agnes, his wife, and William atte Welle, citizen and "brewer" of London, and Cristina, his wife. Premises in Colbrook. Anno 2.

6. Henry Rundell, and John Stile, of Northall, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Northall. Anno 2.

7. Robert Fitz Roberd, the younger, John atte Lee, "chaundeler," John Selby, and Ralph Serle, and Robert Barbour, "stokyfysshmonger," and Isabella, his wife. A messuage in Westminster. Anno 1.

8. Thomas Forster, of Northall, and William Conygrow, of Northall, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Northall and Northwode. Anno 1.

9. John Toller, the elder, and Thomas Kyngestone, citizen and "tayllour," and Katherine, his wife. A messuage in Shordych. Anno 2.

10. John Toller, of Shordyche, and John Auston, of Hakeney, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Shordyche. Anno 3.

11. William Multon, citizen and "cutellar" of London, and Agnes, his wife, and John Lambyn, and Joan, his wife. Land in Stanwell. Anno 3.

12. Reginald Barentyn, and John Broun, and Robert Olyver, and Isabella, his wife. The manors of Herdyngton and Dalley, and the advowson of the church of the same manor (sic) of Herdyngton. Anno 3.

13. Reginald Barentyn, of the county of Oxford, esquire, and John Broun, of the county of Lincoln, and Thomas Lovell, of the county of Middlesex, esquire. The manors of Dalleye and Hardyngton, and the advowson of the church of the aforesaid vill (sic) of Hardyngton. Anno 3.

14. Thomas Welles, William Quaxley, clerk, and John Stonden, of Woxbrygge, and John Longe, of Woxebrygge, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Woxebrygge. Anno 3.

15. Henry Thornton, and John Orpyd, and Agnes, his wife. A messuage in Totenham. Anno 4.

16. John Aswelle, citizen and "grocer" of London, and Thomas Spayne, citizen and spicer of London, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Willesdon and Harleston. Anno 4.

17. Robert Clerk, citizen of London, and Alice, his wife, and John Crowecher, citizen and vintner of London, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Anno 4.

18. John Costyn, the-younger, citizen and girdler of London, John Brycet, clerk, William Lambard, "pouchemaker," and Thomas Pernell, of London, girdler, and John Morys, and Alice, his wife, and John Valdrayn, clerk. Three messuages in "Oldestrete," in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepelgate, London. Anno 5.

19. John Laurence, of Feltham, and Walter Tailloure, of Sibbeston, in the county of Middlesex, and William Chapman, of Stanewell, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Stanewell. Anno 5.

20. Thomas Cobrythe, and John Joce, and Joan, his wife. Fifteen messuages and land in the parish of St. Giles, without the Bar of Crepilgate, London. Anno 5.

21. Richard Carter, of Hadle, and John West, the elder, of Barnet, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Hadle. Anno 6.

22. Thomas Conquer, and Henry Longspe, and Petronilla, his wife. The third part of a messuage in Westminster, which Margery Crane held for life. Anno 6.

23. Richard Callowe, and Thomas Braybrok', and Alice, his wife. A messuage in Stebenhethe. Anno 6.

24. John Hosey, and William Newes, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Anno 6.

25. Walter Palmer, of Stanewell, the younger, and Joan, his wife, and Walter Palmer, of Stanewell, the elder, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Stanewell, part of which was held by John Dekyn and Isabella, his wife, for the life of the said Isabella. Anno 7.

26. Richard Kyng, of Yedding, and Thomas Bullok, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Yedding. Anno 7.

27. Robert Colney, citizen and clothier of London, and Thomas Aas, of Enefeld, senior, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enefeld. Anno 7.

28. Thomas Cornell, of Willesdon, and John Kyngwode, of Willesdon, and Oliver Knolles, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Willesdon. Anno 7.

29. Nicholas Halle, esquire, William Fort, and Matthew Clerk, and John Herlyng, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Chelchehythe. Anno 7.

30. Robert Mayhew, of Shordych, John Daubeney, and John Tebaud, citizen of London, and Robert Hegge, of Southmymmes, "forster," and Alice, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes. Anno 8.

31. William Orkisle, of Suthwerk, and Agnes, his wife, and John Orkisle, of Sunbury, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Sunbury and Feltham. Anno 8.

32. John Brokholes, clerk, Robert Tentirden, citizen of London, and Rose, his wife, Thomas Osbarn, citizen and mercer of London, and Richard Kere, citizen and "iremonger" of London, and Nicholas Walpole, of the county of Suffolk, and Nicholas Randolf, of the county of Surrey. Premises, including a several fishery in the water, called "le Longforthe," in Hermondisworth and Stanwell, which Richard Edward', and Mirabel, his wife, held for the life of the said Mirabel, of the inheritance of the said Nicholas Walpole. (Mention of various other persons.) Anno 8.

33. Roger Crome, the younger, John Piggot, John de Thresk, chaplain, and Richard Weltden, and Thomas Frank', and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enefeld. Anno 8.

34. John atte Redy, chaplain, William Skyll, and John Pentyng, and William atte Mille, of Stanwell. Premises in Lytlyngton and Stanwell. Anno 8.

35. William Abbot, Bartholomew Kyng, John Orkysle, Richard Kyng, Thomas Kyng, and John Cotelere, and William North, of Coldekenyngton, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Uphalleford. Anno 8.

36. William Abbot, John Orkysle, Bartholomew Kyng, John Cotelere, William Stocke, and John Segood, and John Coupere, of Hampton, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Coldekenyngton. Anno 8.

37. John Segood, of Uppehalleford, and William North, of Coldekenyngton, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Uphalleforde. Anno 8.

38. Henry Somer, and Katherine, his wife, and John Tyngelden, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 9.

39. Richard Litfote, Henry Bodeworth, chaplain, Henry Balle, clerk, Robert Skeerne, Richard Osbarn', and John Shipton, and Christopher Tildesley, and Joan, his wife. A messuage and shops in the parishes of St. Clement Danes and St. Mary atte Strand. Anno 9.

40. John Pyke, John Draytone, and Thomas Saberne, and John Mordemore, the younger, and Cecily, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton and Tottenham. Anno 9.

41. Elias Davy [Dany ?] and John Pecche, of the county of Kent, and Katherine, his wife. The manor of Maleryce. Anno 9.

42. The King, by William Babthorp', his attorney, and Thomas Pope, and Isabella, his wife, widow of Thomas Eyston, citizen and clothier of London. Land, called "Eyston Wharff" (fully described) in Istilworth. Anno 9.

43. John Kenele [Kevele ?], of Great Greneford, and John Sadeler, of "Harowe of the hyll," dyer, and Dionisia, his wife. Land in Great Greneford. Anno 9.

44. William Warde, citizen and clothier of London, and William Multon, citizen and "cultellar" of London, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Colbroke and Stanwell. Anno 8.