Fines for divers and other counties
Henry VI

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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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236-238

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'Fines for divers and other counties: Henry VI', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 1: Richard I - Richard III (1892), pp. 236-238. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78837 Date accessed: 26 July 2014.


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HENRY VI. Divers Counties.

8. John Tyrell, esquire, John Chetwynd, of Tyxhale, esquire, Thomas Henster, Robert Whitegreve, and John Harpur, and John Falk, and Katherine, his wife. The moieties of the third parts of the manors of Henshirst, in the county of Kent, of the manor of Pountfrect, in the county of Middlesex, and of the manor of Westyllebury, in the county of Essex. Anno 1.

126. Thomas Palmer, and John Drayton, and John Boyvile, of Stokefaston, and Elizabeth, his wife, Thomas Dru, and John Arle. Seventeen messuages in Whitcrouchestrete, near London, in the county of Middlesex, and premises in various places in the counties of Berks and Buckingham. (Remainders). Anno 2.

144. John Bernyngham, clerk, John Carpenter, of London, William Ketrych, William Newebery, John Maldon, of London, grocer, and Richard Ketrych, of London, grocer, and Robert Broun, clerk, son and heir of Thomas Broun, late of London, grocer. Premises in Walthamcrouchestrete in the parish of Chestunt, in the county of Hertford, and in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London, in the county of Middlesex. (Remainders). Anno 9.

176. John Corve, Ralph Wymeldon, and Richard Derby, and John Feryby, and Margery, his wife. The manor of Berneres in Ikelyngham, and the advowson of the church of All Saints of Ikelyngham, in the county of Suffolk, the manor of Crippynges, in the county of Essex, and the manor of Berneresbury, in Iseldon, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 14.

181. Nicholas Falk, Robert Whitegreve, and John Harpur, and William Mitton. The moieties of the third parts of the manors of Westilbury, in the county of Essex, of Henshurst, in the county of Kent, and of Pountfreyt, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 14.

188. Robert Aleyn, and Thomas Okle, and William Aleyn, and Anne, his wife. A third part of the manor of Pountfreyt, in the county of Middlesex, and premises in various places in the county of Essex. Anno 14.

236. John Sevyngton, William Stalworth, esquire, and Thomas Gay, and Alice, widow of Thomas Fitz Hugh, and John, son of Thomas Fitz Hugh. Premises in Southmymes, in the county of Middlesex, and in Northmymes, in the county of Hertford. Anno 18.

264. Richard Combe, William Palmer, and William Denys, and John Bourghchier, and Margery, his wife. The manors of Beaumond and Crippynges, and the advowson of the church of Crippynges, in the county of Essex, the manor of Westhorslegh, and the advowson of the church of Westhorslegh, in the county of Surrey, the manor of Berneres, in Ikelyngham, and the advowson of the church of All Saints of Ikelyngham, in the county of Suffolk, and the manor of Berneresbury, in Iseldon, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 20.

274. Robert, abbot of the church of the Blessed Mary of Grace, next the Tower of London, John Pemberton, clerk, Nicholas Norton, clerk, Miles Wyndesore, Henry Langley, John Derham, and Robert Oppey, clerk, and Walter Grene, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Bonhunt, in the county of Essex, and premises in Hadley, Enfeld, and Barnet, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 21.

300. Guy Porkelee, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Bokelond, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Stanes, Stanwell, and Eglesford, in the county of Middlesex, and in Egham and Thorp, in the county of Surrey. Anno 23.

304. Thomas Nycoll, and John Nycoll, and Nicholas Bykemore, and Joan, his wife, and John Thornton. Premises in Fyncheley, in the county of Middlesex, and Taterigge, in the county of Hertford. Anno 24.

334. Walter Freman, and Alice, his wife, and Robert Olyver, esquire, and Isabella, his wife. The manor of Bolnerssh, in the county of Berks, the manor of Southall, called Olyversplace, in the county of Hertford, and the manor of Dalley and Olyver, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 26

407. Sir John Fortescu, knight, Robert Kirkeham, clerk, Thomas Westhorp, clerk, John Gogh, Peter Amnener, and Richard Wodward, and John Amnener, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Herfeld, in the county of Middlesex, and in Assheperton, in the county of Devon. Anno 34.

422. Robert Ingilton, and Henry Cheveley, and Charles Middelton, and Agnes, his wife. The manor of Poynantis, in the county of Essex, and a messuage in Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 36.

423. Thomas Hethe, and John Harpur, of Ruysshale, esquire, and Alianora, his wife. The moiety of the manor of Westilbury, in Westilbury, and the advowson of the chapel of the same manor, in the county of Essex, the moiety of the manor of Henshurst, in the county of Kent, and the moiety of the manor of Pountfreyt, in the county of Middlesex. Anno 36.

434. Thomas Colt, Thomas Wytham, Nicholas Girlington, Henry Sotehill, John Wenslawe, Richard Pygot, and John Ireland, and John Norton, and Joan, his wife. The manor, called Suffolkes, in Enefeld, and premises in Enefeld, in the county of Middlesex, and premises in Sywardeston, in the parish of Waltham, in the county of Essex. Anno 37.

438. Agnes Caundyssh, and William Caundyssh. A rent in the parish of the Blessed Mary . . . . . ., London, in London, and manors and lands in the counties of Suffolk and Essex. (Remainders). Anno 37.