London and Middlesex Fines
Henry VI

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

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1892

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182-202

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'London and Middlesex Fines: Henry VI', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 1: Richard I - Richard III (1892), pp. 182-202. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78825 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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HENRY VI.

1. John Danyell, and William Wroth, and Emeria, his wife. Premises in Edmyngton. Anno 1.

2. John Reysele, of London, Adam Turvyn, and Richard Water, and John Joynour, citizen and "irymonger," of London, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Harowe and Roxhethe. Anno 1.

3. Robert Warner, and Henry Aubre, and William Orkisle, of Southwerk, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Sunbury and Felthamheth, in the parish of Feltham. Anno 1.

4. Thomas, bishop of Durham, William Kynwolmersshe, treasurer of England, John Stafford, keeper of the king's privy seal, William Sevenoke, late mayor of London, and Henry Chadirton, and Thomas Pope, and Isabella, his wife, widow of Thomas Eyston. Premises in Istilworth, Twykenham, and Worton. This fine is again levied after the death of William Kynwolmersshe. Anno 1.

5. John Byle, and John Benner, of Estbraynford, and Alice, his wife. A messuage in Stanes. Anno 1.

6. John Thoralby, Nicholas Hulme, John de Radclif, and Richard de Kellowe, clerks, and John Gybbes, of Oldeforde, in the parish of Stebenhith, and Alice, his wife, and John Piers, and Rose, his wife. Premises in Stebenhith and Hakeney. Anno 1.

7. Martin Aleyn, "letherseller," William Holgrave, "tayllour," Richard Grove, esquire, and Richard Lyndesey, "skryvaner," and John Wyghtmore, citizen and brazier of London, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Shordych. Anno 1.

8. John Mede, and Agnes, his wife, and Ralph atte Herst, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Padyngton, Eye, and Westbourne. Anno 1.

9. John Strangbon', citizen and "fruyterer" of London, Andrew Browenyng, citizen and cordwainer of London, William Hook, citizen and "bocher" of London, John Hook, citizen and goldsmith of London, and William Rede, citizen and "fruyterer" of London, and John Preston, citizen and clothier of London, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matefelon, without Algate. Anno 2.

10. John Gambon, and William Germyn, and Cristiana, his wife, Richard Mordon, and William Bury. Premises in the parishes of St. Andrew, Holburn', and St. Giles of the Lepers, without the Bar of the Old Temple. Anno 2.

11. Henry Somer, and Katherine, his wife, and John Castowe, citizen of London, and Joan, his wife, daughter and co-heir of Thomas Pymme. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 2.

12. William Newys, the elder, John Pyke, John Whitegate, chaplain, John Danyell, and Richard Webbe, of Edelmeton, and William Newys, the younger, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 2.

13. John Thorp, the younger, and Nicholas Smyth, and William Payn, and Sarah, his wife. Premises in Egham. Anno 2.

14. William Crane, Michael Salmon, and Thomas Grene, and William Joynore, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Anno 2.

15. Henry Somer, and Katherine, his wife, and John Castowe, citizen of London, and Joan, his wife. 30 acres of wood in Edelmeton. Anno 3.

16. John Bristowe, and Isolda, his wife, and John Rydell, of Totenham, and Agatha, his wife. A messuage in Totenham. Anno 3.

17. Robert Reynham, and John Twyford, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Totenham and Edmyngton. Anno 3.

18. John Langeford, Peter Rowe, and John Snell, of Edelmeton, and John Mordmore, and Cecily, his wife. A messuage in Edelmeton. Anno 3.

19. John Frank', clerk, keeper of the rolls of Chancery, and Thomas Haseley, clerk of the crown of the Chancery aforesaid, and John Farneburgh, citizen and "stokfysshe monger" of London, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Kyngesbury, Hendon, and Willesdon. Anno 3.

20. Robert Forster, and Margaret, his wife, and John Vampage, and Richard Walsh. An office, a corrody, etc. (described), in the abbey of Westminster. (Remainders). Anno 3.

21. Nicholas Walpole, John Vampage, and Robert Nyk', and Robert Forster, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Anno 3.

22. Henry Merston, clerk, Henry Jolypas, clerk, and Thomas Grantham, clerk, and John Patrich, and Petronilla, his wife. Premises in Chelcheith. Anno 3.

23. John Cutte, and John Purgate, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Uphalford. Anno 3.

24. Sir Ralph Cromwell, knight, Sir John Typtoft, knight, Sir Walter de Hungerford, knight, Master Simon Sydenham, clerk, John Ivyn', Walter de Hungerford, the younger, William Westbury, William Darell, John Westbury, William Alysaunder, Robert Longe, Roger Trubody, and John Gylys, and Sir Robert Chalons, knight, and Blanche, his wife. A messuage in Charryng, in the parish of St. Martin-in-the-fields. Anno 4.

25. William Soneman, and William Burdon, and John Cadowe, of West Braynford, and Isabella, his wife. A messuage in West Braynford. Anno 5.

26. Roger Lynster, and John atte Welle, and John Albon, of Maideford, clerk. Premises in Harowe, held by Margaret Bam for term of her life. Anno 5.

27. Richard Neele, Robert Gaddesden, and John Mortymer, and William, son of Richard Wodecok', of London, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Woxebrigge. Anno 5.

28. William Aunterous, and Englesia, his wife, and John Halle, and Agnes, his wife, widow of Sir Robert Sclegh, knight. Premises in the parishes of St. Mary le Strand, St. Clement Danes, St. Giles, and St. Martin, without the Bar of the New Temple, London, and in Westminster. Anno 5.

29. John Moor, Ralph Skynnard, John Clerk, citizens and skinners of London, and Walter Cheseman, chaplain, and Robert Fowen, citizen and skinner of London, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Estbedefounte. Anno 6.

30. John Etwell, and Thomas Beneyt, and Letitia, his wife. Two messuages in the parish of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London. (Remainders). Anno 6.

31. William Parker, and Margaret, his wife, and Edward Monk, of Chertesey, and Alice, his wife. Land in Netherhalford. Anno 6.

32. John Laurence, and Ambrose Hatther, and Richard Toller, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Stanewell. Anno 6.

33. John Drewes, of London, and Joan, his wife, and Richard Kent, of Gildeford, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Woxbrigge. Anno 6.

34. John Godard, and William Abbot, of Estbedfunt, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Estbedfunt. Anno 7.

35. William Rotse, Roger Crome, and Robert Frampton, and Sir Nicholas Bowet, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Stebenhethe. Anno 7.

36. John Bristowe, of Totenham, and John Castowe, citizen and "corsour" of London, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Anno 6.

37. William Brokherst, of the parish of Iseldon, in the county of Middlesex, Richard Welde, and Stephen Straunge, of the parish of Iseldon, and Richard Chippenham, citizen and merchant tailor of London, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Iseldon. Anno 7.

38. Matilda, widow of Sir Roger Salnayn, knight, and John Rasyn, and Margaret, his wife. A messuage, dovecot and garden in Chesewyk. Anno 7.

39. John by the Water, and Joan, his wife, and Henry Rasman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Anno 7.

40. Thomas Frowyk, Henry Frowyk, and John Fray, and Sir Thomas Charlton, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Couelehalle, Couelepecche, and Little Grene ford, and a messuage called Elys, and premises in Hyllyngdon and Colham. Anno 8.

41. Sir John Harpeden, knight, and William Averey, of West Braynford, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises in West Braynford. Anno 8.

42. Sir John Inyn, knight, William Darell, William Fyndern, John Langelegh, and Robert Longe, and Richard Edward, and Mirabilla, his wife. Premises, with a several fishery in the water called le Longeforth, in Hermodesworth and Stanwell, with the homages and services of certain persons. Anno 8.

43. Richard Fullere, citizen and "lorymere" of London, John Merlyn, citizen and "gurdellere" of London, and William Kenet, citizen and sadler of London, and John Fuller, of Edelmeton, the younger, husbandman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 8.

44. Sir John Harpeden, knight, and Thomas Combe, of Longeford, and Agatha, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of John Bryan, late of Westbraynford, baker, and Alice Appelby, of Longford, another daughter and heir of the same John. A messuage in Westbraynford. Anno 8.

45. Nicholas Hulme, clerk, John de Radclyf, clerk, Richard Kellowe, clerk, and John Richemond, of Oldeford, and Edith, his wife, and Thomas Dyse, and Joan, his wife. A messuage in Oldeford. Anno 8.

46. Sir William Cheyne, knight, Roger Heron, clerk, John Halle, Thomas Hayton, Robert Fitz Roberd, and Thomas Heryng, and Robert Longe, and Margaret, his wife. Premises, with a fishery in the water of Longeford, in Hermodesworth and Stanwell. Anno 9.

47. Walter Gautron, citizen of London, and William de Swanlond. Premises in Herfeld, which William Hampton, and Joan, his wife, held. (Remainders). Anno 9.

48. John Heham, citizen and draper of London, John Bederenden, citizen and draper of London, Walter Gautron, citizen and draper of London, and William Swannelond, and Edward Salle, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Herfeld. Anno 9.

49. John Broun, of London, "gentilman," and Elizabeth, his wife, and Henry Dene, of London, tailor, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Istelworth. Anno 9.

50. John Santon, John Aglion', John Helme, John Kneseworth, and William Selman, and Henry Suthwell, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Yeddyng. Anno 9.

51. Nicholas Toller, citizen and skinner of London, and Richard Toller, and Elizabeth, his wife, John Toller, Ralph Baker, John Edmet, and James Clyfton. Premises in Stanwell. Anno 9.

52. William Hardewyk, John Loveryngton, chaplain, and John Wassheburne, and Elias Davy, and Matilda, his wife. The manor of Maloryes. Anno 10.

53. John Hooke, and William Sharp, and Joan, his wife. A rent in Whitchapell. Anno 10.

54. Robert Cavendyssh, and William Aston, and Sir William Wolf, knight, and Katherine, his wife, and Sir John Pecche, knight. The manor of Asshewes. Anno 10.

55. Henry Frowyk, Thomas Frowyk, John Fray, Robert Fitz Robert, Robert Warner, and Thomas Pouns, and William Avere, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises in Westbreynford. Anno 10.

56. John Scarburgh, clerk, and Peter Harry, and Alice, his wife. Two messuages in Westminster. Anno 10.

57. John Gedeney, citizen and alderman of London, John, Fray, Alexander Anne, and John Combe, and Elizabeth, widow of Thomas, son of Elmingus Leget, esquire, deceased, and Edward Salle, citizen and draper of London. The manor of Mokkynges. Anno 10.

58. Thomas Fitzhugh, and Robert Came, and Sir Richard Lestraunge, knight, and Constance, his wife. The manor of Colham. Anno 10.

59. John Langford, of Edelmyngton, and John Danyell, of Edelmyngton, and John Castowe, of London, brewer, and Joan, his wife. Land in Edelmyngton. Anno 10.

60. John Drayton, John Hill, and John Snell, and John Castowe, of London, "gentilman," and Joan, his wife. Land in Edelmeton. Anno 11.

61. William Drapour, William Dyer, and Richard Nele, and William Style, of London, brewer, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Woxebrugge. Anno 11.

62. William Stokes, of the county of Salop, and William Byngham, clerk, and John Eynesham, citizen and grocer of London, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Nortonfolyot and Hakeney. Anno 11.

63. John, son of Richard Edryche, and William Geffray, of Iseldon, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 11.

64. John Pury, and Sir Richard Lestraunge, knight, and Constance, his wife. Premises, with a weir, in Colham, Couele, Hillyngdon, and Woxbrigge, and pasturage in a certain close called Oldeparke, in Colham. Anno 12.

65. Agnes, daughter of Nicholas Harewode, by Philip Fysshwyk, guardian of the same Agnes, and Nicholas German, clerk, and Richard Stokke, clerk. Premises in Westminster and the parish of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London. (Remainders). Anno 12.

66. Robert Warner, John Stanes, Henry Aubre, Reginald Kentwode, dean of the church of St. Paul, London, Thomas Pynchon, Thomas Frowyk, Henry Frowyk, John Fray, William Combes, Adam Buk, John Notebroun, and Walter Dawetre, and Sir Richard Lestraunge, knight, lord of Knokyn, and Constance, his wife. Land in Colham and Drayton. Anno 12.

67. John Purye, and Sir Richard le Straunge, knight, and Constance, his wife. The office of warrener of the warren of the manor of Colham, in Colham, Colnham, Couele, Hyllyngdon, and Woxbrygge, and keeper of the woods and waters of the same manor, and a rent pertaining to the same office. Anno 12.

68. John Kene, and Thomas Thorp, chaplain, and William Martyn, and Joan, his wife. A messuage in Enfeld. Anno 12.

69. Sir James Berkeley, knight, and John Bederenden, citizen and draper of London. Premises in Herfeld. Anno 12.

70. Thomas Broun, Richard Welteden, Robert Danby, William Morton, chaplain, and Thomas Proktour, chaplain, and Simon Elryngton, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hakeney, which John Elryngton, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Margaret Proktour held. Anno 13.

71. William Mersshe, Thomas Chaucers, esquire, William Melrede, Robert Forstere, Robert Nykke, and Joceus Faukes, and William Forstede, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Harwe and Pynnore. Anno 13.

72. Robert Oxton, Dionisius Bean, and Thomas Bernard, and Thomas Russell, and Alice, his wife, Henry Ewyn, and Alice, his wife. A messuage called Edmundes Berne in Brambeley. Anno 13.

73. Thomas Nauseglos, master Gilbert Worthyngton, clerk, John Shirlond, and Robert Nauseglos, and Ralph Meddelham, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Wyllesdon. Anno 14.

74. Thomas Pymberd, and Ralph Middelham, and Margaret, his wife. A messuage in Hendon. Anno 14.

75. John Bernevyle, Richard Ruge, citizen of London, John Colyn, of London, and Richard Chalkhill, and Ralph Middelham, citizen and merchant tailor of London, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Anno 15.

76. John Purye, and Sir Richard Lestraunge, knight, and Constance, his wife. A rent from the manor of Colham, and land in Colham, Woxbrygge, Colnam, Couelee, and Hillyngdon. Anno 15.

77. John Purye, and Sir Richard Lestraunge, knight, and Constance, his wife. The same premises as in previous fine. Anno 15.

78. Walter Grene, and Ralph Holand, citizen and draper of London, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Mile Ende. Anno 15.

79. John Somerseth, William Sydney, and John Bodeman, and William Say, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Twykenham, Whitton, and Worton. Anno 15.

80. Thomas Baker, Matilda, widow of John Veysour, and John Kyng, and Thomas atte Hacche, and Alice, his wife. Land in Willesdon. Anno 15.

81. Robert Blakeswell, and Katherine, his wife, and John Salman, citizen and "sporier" of London, and Margaret, his wife. Two messuages and gardens in Seynt Jonestrete, without the Bar of Westsmethefeld, London. Anno 16.

82. Ralph Grey, and William Wilflete, clerk, and John Leventhorp, and Joan, his wife. Premises, including mills, in Fulham. Anno 16.

83. Thomas Stalbrook, citizen of London, and Joan, his wife, John Sutton, citizen and alderman of London, John Broddesworth, Thomas Stele, citizen and mercer of London, and Stephen Forster, merchant, and Robert Chychele, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Oldeforde and Stebenhith. Anno 17.

84. Robert Nocate (?), and Adam Horell, and Martin Nauseglys, and Agnes, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Andrew, without the Bar of the Old Temple, London. Anno 17.

85. William Milreth, and Walter Stirkland, esquire, and Isabella, his wife. The manor of Halwyk. (Remainders to Cokayn family). Anno 17.

86. Richard Bruyn, and John Ardern, and David Lyghtfote. Thirteen messuages in the parish of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London. Anno 17.

87. The prior of the house of Salutation of the Blessed Mary, of the Carthusian order, next the city of London, and John Feryby, esquire, and Margery, his wife. A certain well (fontem) and three perches of land in Isildon. Anno 17.

88. Richard Cok, citizen and skinner of London, Henry Plumpton, and William Dere, and John Stanes, "gentilman," son and heir of Simon Stanes. Premises in Stanes, Lalham, and Sonnebury, which Thomas Goldesburgh and Margaret, his wife, held. Anno 17.

89. John Mordemore, and Cecilia, his wife, and John Appulby, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 17.

90. John Norman, citizen and draper of London, Robert Oppy, clerk, and Thomas Stokdale, "gentilman," and Laurence Danyell, of Walsoken, in the county of Norfolk, "gentilman." The manor, called Marches, and premises in Fyncheslee and Hendon. Anno 18.

91. Hugh Wyche, citizen and mercer of London, and Joan, his wife, and John Blomvile, citizen and "stokfisshemonger" of London, and Margaret, his wife, and John Forde, of Euer, in the county of Buckingham, "gentilman." Premises in Woxbrigge, Colham, Couele, and Herefeld. Anno 18.

92. Henry Frowyk, citizen, mercer, and alderman of the city of London, Thomas Frowyk, esquire, Thomas Frowyk, the younger, and Thomas Pounce, "gentilman," and Robert Algar, of Yillyng, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Yillyng. Anno 18.

93. Clementia, prioress of the church of St. John the Baptist of Halywell, without Bysshopesgate, London, and John Asshe, of London, esquire, and Alice, his wife. A messuage, called "le Gatehous," and a garden and land in Shordyche. Anno 18.

94. John Mordemore, and Cecilia, his wife, and John Leche, and Joan, his wife. A messuage in Enefeld. Anno 18.

95. John Ravenere, of Netherhalforde, and Ellen, his wife, and John Colas, of Litlyngton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Netherhalforde. Anno 18.

96. John Prentys, and John Laverans, and John Wattes, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Stanwell. Anno 18.

97. George Boys, and Katherine, his wife, and John Syvyle, citizen and skinner of London, and Beatrice, his wife. A messuage in Stebbenhithe. Anno 18.

98. John Somerseth, Henry Frowyk, Thomas Frowyk, esquire, Hugh Dyke, and John Carpenter, and Sir Richard Lestraunge, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westbraynford, Hystylworth, Yellyng, and Southall. Anno 19.

99. John Mortymer, Richard Nele, William Clyfford, and William Dyer, and Richard Malyn, and Amice, his wife. A messuage in Woxbrigge. Anno 19.

100. John Risle, esquire, William Bernwell, and John Berston, chaplain, and John Derham, citizen and mercer of London, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Estbedefount. Anno 19.

101. John Dewedeney, and Joan, his wife, and John Hampton, late of London, "pynner," and Alice, his wife. Premises in Westbraynford. Anno 20.

102. Richard Bruyn, and John Ardern, and Peter Stukle, clerk, John Lane, clerk, John Basket, esquire, Geoffrey Godelok, and William Halle. Messuages in the parish of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London, Anno 20.

103. William Say, and John Broun, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Istelworth. Anno 20.

104. Thomas Chichele, clerk, John Berkheed, clerk, John Bolde, clerk, and Robert Danvers, and William Darell, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Eggewere, and premises in Eggewere. Anno 20.

105. William Somerton, esquire, John Ryppley, esquire, and William Bokelond, and John Talent, and Matilda, his wife. The manor of Litlyngton, and the advowson of the church of the same manor. Anno 21.

106. John Parker, of Twykenham, John Colas, of Litlyngton, and John Hunte, of London, "hosteler," and John Gele, of Todyngton, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Todyngton and Hampton. Anno 21.

107. Henry Frowyk, citizen and alderman of London, and William Knyghton, otherwise called William de Knyghton, and Juliana, his wife. A messuage called le Cok and le Keye, and a garden in Westbraynford. Anno 21.

108. John Derham, citizen and mercer of London, and John Goddard, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Estbedefount, Stanwell, and Echillesford. Anno 21.

109. Nicholas Sturgeon, clerk, John Briklyn, esquire, and Richard Rokeby, and Thomas Bynfeld, and Margery, his wife. A messuage in West Braynford. Anno 21.

110. William Nicholl, and William Godyng, and Richard Grove, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westminster, next Charyngcrosse. Anno 21.

111. John Leventhorp, John Broun, and John Walssh, and John Hyne, and Mary, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, and the Blessed Mary de la Stronde, without the Bar of the New Temple, London. Warranty against Alice, prioress of Harwold. Anno 21.

112. Nicholas, bishop of Landaff, John Somerseth, William Lechefeld, clerk, Robert Husewife, esquire, Richard Hakedy, esquire, Thomas Burgeyn, and William Swunman, and Richard Lestraunge, lord of Knokyn and Mohun, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Reginald Cobham, esquire, and Isabella, his wife. The manor called le Wyke, and a messuage called le Wyke, and premises in Istelworthe, Eston, otherwise Heston, and Twekenham. Anno 22.

113. Robert Bromyerd, vicar of the church of Hakeney, and Richard Austen, and Ralph Penyngton, and Alice, his wife, widow of John Toller, late of the parish of Shordiche. Premises in Hoggeston, in the parish of Shordiche. Anno 22.

114. John Somerseth, John Chynnore, Reginald Pecok, clerk, William Lychefeld, clerk, Thomas Burgeyn, and Richard Hakedy, and Geoffrey Godelok, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Istilworth. Anno 22.

115. John Godwyn, Simon Godwyn, and Thomas Selman, and John Lorchyn, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises in Stanewell, Harmodesworthe, Estebedefonte, and Westbedefonte. Anno 22.

116. Drogo Barantyne, Thomas West, esquire, John Elmebrygge, and William Freman, and Ralph Asteley, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without the Bar of Westsmythfeld, London, and the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, next Charryngcrosse. (Remainders). Anno 22.

117. Richard Meredyk, of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, next Charryngcrosse, London, and Isabella, his wife, and Thomas Lon . . . ., otherwise Thomas Lonedene, of Crandon, in the county of Buckingham, "gentilman," and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Martin in the Fields, and St. Margaret of Westminster. Anno 23.

118. Robert Stonham, esquire, William Alyngton, esquire, John Broughton, esquire, and John Loughton, and John Shelton, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Suth Mymmes. Anno 23.

119. Walter Rolf, of Hamsted, and Alice, his wife, and John Bukeberd, of Hendon, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Anno 23.

120. William Bokelond, esquire, and Alice, his wife, and John Carkeke, clerk, and Guy Porkele, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor and advowson of Litlyngton. (Remainders). Anno 23.

121. Thomas Broun, Richard Weltden, Robert Danby, William Morton, chaplain, and Thomas Proktour, chaplain, and Simon Elryngton, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hakeney, which John Elryngton and Elizabeth, his wife, and Margaret Proktour held. Anno 23.

122. John Edwyn, and Richard Rawelyn, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes. Anno 23.

123. William Cleve, clerk, Henry Frowyk, Richard Sturgeon, Thomas Burgeyn, John Lorchyn, Thomas Gyndale, John Gylle, Henry Adebrey, and John Blyssot, clerk, and Robert Vynce, and Joan, his wife, William Gyles, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Anno 24.

124. John Wakeryng, master of the hospital of St. Bartholomew in Westsmythfeld, London, and the brothers of the same hospital, and Walter Grene, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises, called Clyderhous, in Hendon. Anno 23.

125. Nicholas Bolnehull, and Joan, his wife, and Margery Southcote. The manor of Southcote, and land in Ryslepe, Herfeld, Ikenham, Alperton, Harowe, Woxbrygge, Colbroke, Stanwell, Hermondesworth, and Rodesworth. Anno 24.

126. John Courtenay, John Tonke, Thomas Waldieve, John Westhagh, John Pykard, clerk, Thomas Leper, and William Mascall, and Roger Purce, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew in Holbourn, without the Bar of the Old Temple, London. Anno 25.

127. Thomas Aldenham, and Mary, his wife, and John de Wilton, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Fynchele. Anno 25.

128. William Gronde, Geoffrey Boleyn, John Lok, John Penne, Peter Ardern, and Thomas Burgoyn, and Thomas Stanes, and Lucy, his wife, Robert Monter, clerk, and Nicholas Walton. Premises in Stanes, Stanwell, and Lalham. Anno 25.

129. Agnes Guybon, of London, and John Blakwell, citizen and merchant tailor, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Wyllesdon. Anno 25.

130. Richard Berners, and John Meddelton, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Illyng. Anno 25.

131. Henry Frowyk, citizen and mercer of London, and Thomas Frowyk, the younger, and Walter Grene, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Acton. Anno 25.

132. Sir Ralph de Cromwell, knight, Sir Thomas Tyrell, knight, John Leventhorp, esquire, William Tyrell, the younger brother of the said Thomas, Philip Malpas, John Poynys, esquire, and Henry Skeet, chaplain, and Thomas Cornwaleys, esquire, and Philippa, his wife. Premises, including a mill, in Harowe, Northalle, and Greneford. Anno 25.

133. Peter Toppeffeld, of Edelmeton, and John Drayton, of Totenham, and Adam Turvey, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Anno 25.

134. Richard Balddeyn, and William Cokk, and Margery, his wife. Premises in the parish of Hakeney. Anno 25.

135. George Bisshop, and John Cok, and Constance, his wife. Premises in Hese. Anno 25.

136. Henry Frowyk, citizen and alderman of London, and Thomas Frowyk, the younger, and James Davy, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Acton. Warranty against Edward, abbot of St. Peter of Westminster. Anno 25.

137. John Bristowe, the elder, and Isabella, his wife, and Walter Grene, and Elizabeth, his wife. A messuage in Enfeld. Anno 26.

138. Henry Frowyk, the elder, citizen and alderman of London, Thomas Charleton, esquire, Richard Sturgeon, and John Sturgeon, and Sir Thomas Tyrell, knight, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Harowe, Northalle, and Greneford. Anno 26.

139. William Sprot, and John Archer, and Stephen atte Welle, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hese. Anno 26.

140. Sir Richard Neuton, knight, William Kyng, and Alianora, his wife, John Stokes, William Normanton, clerks, Thomas Maister, John Kelyng, and Simon Elryngton, and Thomas Stalbrooke, citizen of London, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Oldford, Stebenhithe, and Hakeney. Anno 26.

141. William Rotheley, of London, "goldsmyth," and Anne, his wife, John Paddesley, of London, goldsmith, John Adys, of London, goldsmith, William Gregory, of London, skinner, Bartholomew Bremesham, of London, goldsmith, John Corbyn, of London, goldsmith, and Thomas Bagecroft, of London, "fisshemonger," and John Sturdis, of London, goldsmith, and Margaret, his wife, and John Walssh, of London, goldsmith. Premises in Shordyche and Hakeney. Anno 26.

142. Ralph Legh, esquire, and Richard Parys, and Agnes, his wife. Two messuages in the parish of the Blessed Mary of Stronde. Anno 26.

143. Richard Levermore, and John Norys, and Joan, his wife, and John Irisby. Premises in Knyghtbrygge, Eye, Kensyngton, and Westborn. (Remainders.) Anno 26.

144. Sir Ralph Boteler, knight, lord of Seudeley, Sir John Fortescu, knight, John Pontrell, Thomas Chalton, William Baron, Thomas Pounde, John Croke, and Alan Johnesson, and John Dybesworth, and Joan, his wife. The manor of Fynchesley, with the advowson of the chantry in the chapel of the same manor, and premises in Fynchesley and Hendon. Warranty against Thomas, prior of the house of Holy Trinity within Algate, London. Anno 27.

145. William Hough, and Alice, his wife, and Alice, widow of Walter Frenshe, of Istelworth, late the wife of William Sulby. Premises in Istelworth. Anno 27.

146. Geoffrey Meleman, citizen of London, and Walter Pateshill, citizen and mercer of London, and Thomas Hethman, "one of our sergeants-at-arms," and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Chelchehythe. Anno 28.

147 Sir John Fortescu, knight, William Normanton, clerk, Nicholas Willoughby, John Lynton, Thomas Asshecombe, and Thomas Stokes, and Richard Quatermayns, and Sibilla, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London. Anno 28.

148. Sir Thomas Tyrell, knight, Robert Danby, Geoffrey Boleyn, Thomas Burgoyn, and John Rede, and John Shordych, the elder, and Matilda, his wife. The manor of Chelchythe, and premises in Hakeney. Anno 28.

149. Henry Hale, citizen and grocer of London, and John Claner, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon, without Algate, London. Anno 29.

150. John Lok, Stephen Broun, Geoffrey Boleyn, John Louthe, Thomas Burgoyne, and William Gronde, and Thomas Ryke, and Sibilla, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Anno 29.

151. John Somerseth, Peter Herford, and William Sunman, and Robert Lytell, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westbraynford and Istelworth. Anno 29.

152. Thomas Doo, and William Weete, and Peter Lowyn, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Ennefeld. Anno 30.

153. William Fitz Waulter, John Kendale, and Richard Snell, and Robert Snell, and Alice, his wife. Messuages in the parish of the Blessed Mary Matfelon, of White Chapell, next London. Anno 30.

154. John Cassus, and John Foster, and Margaret, his wife, kinswoman and heir of John Polter. Premises in Stepenheth and Hakeney. Anno 30.

155. Robert Manfeld, and Joan, his wife, and John Morton, of the vill of St. Alban, in the county of Hertford, "chaundeler," and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Iknam and Helyngdon. Anno 30.

156. John Bysshop, and Richard Downe, and Ellen, his wife. A messuage in Totenham. Anno 31.

157. Peter Caldecote, Robert Cawode, and Thomas Hill, clerk, and John Frensshe, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Anno 31.

158. John Fenwyk, Walter Hercy, and William Trygge, and Nicholas Pury, citizen and skinner of the city of London, and Joan, his wife, daughter of John Bost . . . . late of Colbroke. Premises in Colbroke. Anno 31.

159. Robert Manfeld, esquire, and Robert Edolf, citizen and draper of London, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Woxbrigge and Helyngton. Anno 31.

160. Thomas Lyseux, dean of the church of St. Paul, London, Nicholas Sturgeon, clerk, Roger Mersh, clerk, and Robert Falas, and Thomas Feryby, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Woxebregge. Anno 31.

161. Thomas Burgoyn, Ralph Gray, and John Aleyn, and John Dalamare, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Hanneworth. Anno 31.

162. Richard Hille, and Thomas Marchall, of London, "founder," and Joan, his wife. Premises in Acton, which Isabella Scharman held in dower. Anno 32.

163. John Ludford, citizen and dyer of London, John Upton, Richard Chalkhill, John Dowener, Gilbert Alman, and Thomas Grene, and John Blakkewell, citizen and merchant tailor of London, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the parish of Wyllesdon. Anno 33.

164. Richard Chiket, John Trecarell, and William Mileton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Westminster and the parish of the Blessed Mary of Strond, without the Bar of the New Temple, London. Anno 33.

165. Sir John Fortescu, knight, and John Graunt, and Cecilia, his wife. Premises called Bovyngdons and Gyfferons, in Southmymmes. Anno 33.

166. William Cotman, and Philip Hunt, and John Spicer, of Stanes, "sawer," and Rose, his wife, and Roger Hunt, of Wyndesore, "sharman," and Alice, his wife. Premises in Stanwell and Harton. Anno 33.

167. John Wetwang, and Robert Burley, "gentilman," and Joan, his wife. The manor of Halewyk. Anno 33.

168. Richard Plokynton, and Hugh Bulle, and John Alwyn, of London, " haberdassher," and Agnes, his wife, and Thomas Soler, of London, waterman. Premises in Herdyngton, Stanewell, and Sybston. Anno 34.

169. John Chaterys, the younger, and William Rene, of Wysebeche, in the county of Cambridge, "gentilman," and Agnes, his wife. Two messuages in the parish of the Blessed Mary atte Strounde. Anno 34.

170. John Upton, and John Derman, of Bernet, in the county of Hertford, carpenter. Premises in Willesdon. Anno 34.

171. John Trecarell, and Richard Chyket, and William Mylaton, and Joan, his wife. Fourteen messuages and four acres of land in the parishes of the Blessed Mary the Virgin of Stronde, without the Bar of the New Temple, London, and St. Margaret the Virgin in Westminster. (Remainders). Anno 34.

172. William Cotman, and Agnes, his wife, John Braddyng, and John Fawene, John Nykke, Henry Marble, William Hobald, and Simon Steynesmore, and John Wade, " gentilman," and Joan, his wife, William Brayn, and Humfrey Sterky. Premises in Westminster, which Thomas Warde held. Anno 34.

173. Richard Broun, and Alice, his wife, and John Lovell, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hardyngton. Anno 35.

174. Thomas Ayleward, the elder, John Ayleward, Roger Humfrey, and William Hamond, and William Bodnyll, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Anno 35.

175. William Westbury, clerk, and John Amyas, clerk, William Knyght, and Edward Norfolk, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Stanwell. Anno 35.

176. Ralph Amyas, and John Bokkyng, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Brambeley. Anno 35.

177. William Aleyn, and Joan, his wife, and Robert Fouler, and John Porter. Premises in Chelcheheth. Anno 35.

178. Peter Caldecote, citizen and draper of London, John Croke, Robert Caldecote, Simon Ellerton, Robert Forster, and Bartholomew Willesdon, and John Bole, of Radewynter, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Totenham and Edelmeton. Anno 35.

179. Thomas Frowyk, John Bernevile, and John Trum, and John Burgate, of the parish of Harowe, and Petronilla, his wife. A messuage called Sextenys, and land in Harowe on the Hylle. Anno 35.

180. William Barowe, and William Taverner, and William Kesburgh, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles without Crypulgate, London. Anno 35.

181. Ralph Botiller, lord of Sudely, John Goldwell, William Beaufitz, Humfrey Starky, Thomas Heth, Thomas Goldwell, and William Clon', and Robert Beaufitz, and Joan, his wife, and John Frensshe. Premises in Chelchithe. Anno 36.

182. Sir Thomas Tyrell, knight, and William Pountfret, citizen and mercer of London, and Beatrice, his wife. Messuages in Nortonfoly and Shordich. Anno 36.

183. William Martyn, Henry Langley, the younger, John Baldewyn, the younger, William Nicholl, William Baldewyn, Thomas Fyssher, and Thomas Selby, and Ralph Legh, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Mary of Stronde, without the Bars of the New Temple, London. Warranty against John, abbot of Barmondesey. Anno 36.

184. John Norys, esquire, George Danyell, esquire, Edmund Brudenell, William Bulstrode, the elder, and Richard Bulstrode, and Peter Weston, and Agnes, his wife, and Humfrey Hayford, and Florence, his wife. Premises, with a watermill, in Stanwell and Estbedfounte. Anno 36.

185. John Norys, and Thomas Heyward, and William Bokelond, esquire, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Lytlyngton, and the advowson of the church of the same manor. Anno 36.

186. John Whitberwe, John Breynt, John Lyon, John Nycoll, Thomas Bygg, and Thomas Quyn, and John Robyns, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hendon and Fyncheley. Anno 36.

187. William Barowe, and William Taverner, and William Kesburgh, and Alice, his wife. A garden lying in the soke of Fynesbury in the street called Cheselstrete, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Anno 36.

188. Henry Frowyk, citizen and mercer of London, Thomas Frowyk, son of the same Henry, William Eston, and Richard Bernes, and William Sugdon, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Acton, Yellyng, and Wyllesdon. Warranty against Edward, abbot of Westminster. Anno 37.

189. John Shepeherd, of Fyncheley, and John Gardyner, of London, brewer, and John Cachet, of Fyncheley, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Anno 37.

190. Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, Sir Thomas Charleton, knight, William Venour, esquire, Thomas Frowyk, "gentilman," and Henry Waver, citizen and draper of London, and Gilbert Debenham, esquire, and Agnes, his wife, who was the wife of Sir Thomas Haseley, knight. Premises in Fulham. Anno 37.

191. William Haydok, citizen and grocer of London, and John Hertilpole, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Colbroke. Anno 37.

192. Thomas Porthaleyn, of Istilworth, and Alice, his wife, and Robert Lytell, of Ikenham, "fremason," and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Istilworth. Anno 37.

193. Ralph Twyford, and Richard Hayward, and Isabella, his wife, daughter and heir of John Twyford, the elder. A messuage in Kensyngton. Anno 37.

194. William Manyngham, and John Fraunceys, and Isabella, his wife. Land in the parish of St. Andrew in Holburn, within the Bars of the Old Temple, London. Anno 38.

195. Thomas Luyt, "gentilman," Thomas Frowyk, "gentilman," and William Manser, "gentilman," and John Wetwang, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Halewyk. Anno 39.

196. Sir James Pykeryng, knight, and Margaret, his wife, and John Cassus, esquire, son and heir of John Cassus, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Stepynhith. Anno 39.