Fines for divers and other counties
Edward IV

Sponsor

Centre for Metropolitan History

Publication

Author

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

Year published

1892

Pages

239-240

Citation Show another format:

'Fines for divers and other counties: Edward IV', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 1: Richard I - Richard III (1892), pp. 239-240. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78838 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


Highlight

(Min 3 characters)

EDWARD IV. Divers Counties.

29. Walter Lyhert, bishop of Norwich, and Richard Bulstrode, and Alice, his wife, and William Norton, and Margaret, his wife. Rents in Ruddisworth and Stanwell, in the county of Middlesex, and in Horton next Colbroke, in the county of Buckingham. Anno 5.

41. Thomas Colt, and Henry Sotehill, and Richard Neville, earl of Warwick, and Anne, his wife. The advowson of the chantry, called Beauchamp Chauntrie, in the church of St. Paul, London, and castle, manors, lands, etc., in the counties of Warwick, Buckingham, Stafford, Cambridge, Essex, Hertford, Hereford, Worcester, Southampton, Wilts, Rutland, Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Northampton, and Gloucester. Anno 6.

42. John Goryng, Thomas Covert, and John Sturmyn, and John Turnour, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Sheperton, in the county of Middlesex, and in various places in the county of Surrey. Anno 6.

43. John Small, and Thomas Rolf, and John Taunt, of Chepyngbernet, in the county of Hertford, husbandman, and Agnes, his wife, daughter and one of the heirs of Richard Abraham, of Tatterygge, in the county of Hertford, husbandman, and Robert Denham, and Joan, his wife, daughter and another heir of the aforesaid Richard. Six acres of land, called Leverychland, in Hendon, in the county of Middlesex, and premises in Tatterygge, in the county of Hertford. Anno 6.

59. Alexander Fayreford, esquire, and Agnes, his wife, and William Bokelond, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Stanes and Lyttelton, in the county of Middlesex, and in Strode, in the county of Surrey. Anno 8.

63. Laurence Both, bishop of Durham, Thomas Rypplyngham, Robert Forster, and Geoffrey Downes, and Robert Worth, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westminster, without the close of the palace of the lord the king, in the county of Middlesex, and in Boyleston, in the county of Derby. Anno 8.

77. Morgan Lydwelly, and Thomas Bybbysworth, and John Staunton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Willesdon and Hendon, in the county of Middlesex, and in Kympton and Whetehamstede, in the county of Hertford. Anno 11.

98. Sir Walter Devereux, knight, Thomas Bybbesworth, Thomas Manyngton, and Geoffrey Blodwell, and Henry Turnour, and Margaret, his wife, widow of John Walshe, esquire. The manor of Andrewes, premises in Chesthunt, and the moiety of the manor of Moteland, in the county of Hertford, and a messuage in Holburn, in London. Anno 14.

103. The King, and Richard Martyn, clerk. The manor of Savoy, and premises in Savoy, and the office of bailiff of the liberty of Savoy, in the county of Middlesex, and various castles, manors, lands, and offices in the counties of Gloucester, Buckingham, Bedford, Oxford, Hereford, Kent, and Devon. (Remainders). Anno 15.

116. Elizabeth, queen of England, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas, bishop of Lincoln, William, bishop of Winchester, William, bishop of Durham, Edward, bishop of Carlisle, Thomas, marquis of Dorset, Henry, earl of Essex, Anthony, earl Rivers, Sir William Hastings, knight, lord Hastings, Sir Thomas Burgh, knight, and William Huse, and Elizabeth, duchess of Norfolk. The manor of Tyburn, in the county of Middlesex, and various castles, manors, lands, etc., in the counties of Surrey, York, Bedford, Buckingham, Leicester, Warwick, Derby, and Salop. Anno 16.

EDWARD IV. Various Counties.

1. William Chestre, Thomas Eborall, clerk, and William Essex, and John Pontrell, William Baron, and John Crooke. The manor of Fynchesley, and the advowson of the chantry in the chapel of the same manor, and premises in Finchesley and Hendon. Anno 1.

3. Richard Nicoll, of Hendon, and William atte Feld, and Joan, his wife. Fifteen acres of land, called Hayburnslond, in Hendon. Anno 1.