London and Middlesex Fines
Henry VII

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

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1893

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'London and Middlesex Fines: Henry VII', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII - 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 1-15. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78841 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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HENRY VII.

[In making application, at the Public Record Office, for the documents mentioned in this Calendar, the reference, "Feet of Fines, Middlesex," and the date, are required, except where the letters "D.C." or "L." stand before the date, when the application should be made for "Feet of Fines, Double Counties," or "Feet of Fines, London," as the case may be.]

John Tresawell, of London, "gentilman," and Mark Regarde. Premises in Fyncheley. Hil. Anno 1.

Sir Reginald Bray, knight, William Hody, Richard Emson, Thomas Roggers, and William Coope, and Robert Shordych, esquire, Margaret, his wife, and George Shordych, their son and heir. The manor of Chelchith and premises in Westburn. Trin. Anno 1.

William Marowe and Thomas Marowe and Richard Broke and Joan, his wife. Premises in Poplar and Stebenhith. Mich. Anno 2.

Sir John Manyngham, knight, John Neweboud, the elder, John Neweboud, the younger, Thomas Austyn, Edward Austyn, Edward Wareyn, the elder, John Wareyn, Edward Wareyn, the younger, John Caunn, the elder, John Caunn, the younger, John Mundewe, the younger, Thomas Sexten, William Poteros, and Edward Poteros, and Nicholas Frynley and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Stepenhithe. Mich. Anno 2.

Edward Cheseman, "gentliman," and William Lorymer and Reginald Mauser and Cristina, his wife. Mich. Anno 2.

Thomas Pyerson, William Bartram, and Thomas Plotte, and Florence Bartram and Constance, his wife. Premises in Kentisshtown. Mich. Anno 3.

William Horn, citizen and alderman of London, Robert Horewode, "gentilman," Henry Wodecok, John Bradman, and William Bradman, the younger, and Thomas Walker, and Cecilia, his wife. Premises in Haryngey. Mich. Anno 3.

Henry Frowyk, esquire, and John Chauncy, and John Doinys, and Joan, his wife, widow of Richard Barnet, esquire. The manor of Brakenborough (except land called Wodecocks) and premises called Staumfordes in Herfeld. Warranty agailst the abbot of Westminster. D.C. Hil. Anno 3.

Walter Martyn, and Richard Pewesey, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matefelon. Hil. Anno 3.

The King and Anne, countess of Warwick. Castle and manor of Warwick, with other lands in the county of Warwick; the manor of Hemslip, Olney, and other places in the county of Bucks.; the manors of Walshale, &c., in the county of Stafford; the manor of Kirtelyng, Walthamstowe, &c., in the county of Essex; the manor of Flamsted, in the county of Herts.; the advowson of the chantry called Beauchamp's chantry, in the church of St. Paul, London; the islands of Jersey and Guernesy; and various other places in the counties of Hereford, Wilts, Hants, Rutland, Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Northampton, Gloucester, Oxford, Berks, Norfolk, and Worcester. Full description of premises, D.C. Hil. Anno 3.

Sir William Horne, knight, citizen, and alderman of London, Thomas Salle, "gentilman," Richard Cornishe, John Horwode, Henry Wodecok, John Bradman, and William Bradman, the younger, and Thomas Mershall, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Harnyngey. Hil. Anno 3.

Humphry Adam and Richard Wodehouse, clerk, and William Spycer and Cecilia, his wife. Premises in Stanes. Easter Anno 3.

John Warner, the elder, and Thomas Martyn, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Harnyssay. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 3.

Peter Toppesfeld and Richard Hert and William Hayne, and Margaret, his wife, and John Somerton, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Trin. Anno 3.

John Esyngwold, "gentilman," and William Bradley, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 3.

William Elyot, Henry Edyall, and Walter Hodgis, clerks, and Richard Elyot and John Elyot, gentlemen, and Thomas Russell, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Stanes, Lalham Stanwell, and Assheford. Trin. Anno 3.

Richard Amondesham, Henry Frowyk, Thomas Frowyk, Thomas Essex, Henry Bernys, and Reginald Asshe, and Sir Thomas Bourgcher, the elder, knight, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Heston, Istilworth, Craneford, Houndeslowe, and Northwod. Mich. Anno 4.

John Elryngton, of Hakeney, gentleman, and Robert Shordyche, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hakeney. Mich. Anno 4.

John Gastner, and Margaret, his wife, and William Hyll, the elder, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Crainford and Heston. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Whaplod, citizen and "stockfyshmonger," of London, and John Mersh, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Monken Hadley. Trin. Anno 4.

John Berell, and Eliza, his wife, and Richard Okyngton and Ralph Cutfen, and Matilda, his wife, daughter and heir of Matilda Greteclyf. Premises in Chelchehith. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 5.

Edward Willoughby and John Skylle and William, marquis Berkele. A fourth of the moiety of the manor of Tyborne, otherwise called Maryborne. Remainder to the King. Mich. Anno 5.

Thomas Wyndout, John Wynger, Richard Markes, and Thomas Deland, and Thomas Thwaytes, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Fulham and Hamersmyth. Hil. Anno 5.

Joan Luyt, widow, and Thomas Grafton, and Agnes, his wife. The manor of Osterley and premises in Istelworth, West Braynford, Chesewyk, Heston, and Norwode. Trin. Anno 5.

William Clavell, John Clavell, John Netersale, and John Algore, and Sir John Charleton, knight, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in West Brayneford. Trin. Anno 5.

Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Sir Henry Colet, knight, William Smyth, clerk, Richard Emson, Bartholomew Rede, Thomas Riche, John Shaa, and William Coope, and Sir Edward Dudley, knight, Lord Dudley, and Cecilia, his wife. The manor of Sheperton, with appurtenances, Upper Sheperton, Nether Sheperton, Nether Halford, and Litlyngton, in the county of Middlesex; and Nether Sheperton, in the county of Surrey. D.C. Trin. Anno 5.

John Page and Richard Page and William Page, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Willesdon. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 6.

Thomas Wylkyson, clerk, and Thomas Roberdys, and Robert Payte, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Harleston. Easter Anno 6.

Thomas Randyll, citizen and tailor, of London, Sir Richard Gylford, knight, John More, gentleman, Stephen Jenyns, "tayllerer," Henry Castell, dyer, and Simon Lynche, of Carnbroke (sic), Kent, yeoman, and William Averey, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. A messuage called "le Antelope," in Westminster. Easter Anno 6.

John Child and Robert Lytton and Sir John Charlton, knight, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hardyngton. Mich. Anno 7.

Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Sir Henry Colet, knight, William Smyth, clerk, Richard Emson, and William Cope, and Thomas Styllyngton. The manor of Marybourne, and premises in Tyburn, Lylleston, Westburn, Charrying, and Eye. Mich. Anno 7.

John Leeke, Richard Astell, and William Underwode, and Thomas Fulnetby, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Edmondton. Mich. Anno 7.

Richard Skypton, clerk, and John Hert, gentleman, and William Pusey, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfellon. Hil. Anno 7.

John Mathewe, alderman of London, Robert Mathewe, Henry Wodecok, and George Kyrkham, and Richard Blakwall, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Heston. Easter Anno 7.

Sir Henry Colet, knight, Sir William Knyvet, knight, Robert Brudgnell, John Colet, clerk, and John Colet, citizen and mercer, of London, and Sir John Bourghchier de Barners, knight, and Katherine, his wife. The manor of Barnersbury. Easter Anno 7.

Richard Brysley, of London, "poulter," and Joan, his wife, and Thomas Wellys, citizen and tailor, of London, and Margaret, his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Northey, son of John Northey, late of London, "polter." Shops, &c., in "Goldynglane," without the bar of St. Giles's, without Cripplegate. Trin. Anno 7.

Humphrey Pykmer and Ralph Orton and John Cotman, and Humphrey Parys, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 8.

Edward Cheseman, Thomas Frowyk, Richard Stone, and William Hungate, and Thomas Hoo, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Kentysshtoun. Mich. Anno 8.

Peter Curteys, esquire, William Colet, gentleman, Richard Geliot, and William Benet, and Peter Quusouot (sic), and Margaret, his wife, and Richard Stevynson, her brother. Premises in Sonbury and Feltham. Hil. Anno 8.

Roger Forster, Thomas Harowe, and John Marsh, the younger, and Peter Wether, and Alice, his wife. A cottage in Hendon. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 8.

Thomas Randall, citizen and tailor, of London, Sir Richard Gildeford, knight, Stephen Jenyns, tailor, Henry Castell, dyer, and Simon Lynch, of Carnbrook (sic), Kent. Premises in Westminster. Hil. Anno 8.

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, and Sir William Hody, knight, Richard Empson, and William Coope, and Sir Roger Coton, knight, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westbourn and Paddington. Trin. Anno 8.

Robert Nicolles, and John Wyston and John Pepyr, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley, in the county of Middlesex; and Tatregge, in county of Herts. D.C. Trin. Anno 8.

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Richard Emson, John Shaa, Humphrey Conyngesby, and William Hooper, and Sir John Mannyngham, knight, and Isabella, his wife. The manor of Oldford, with premises in Oldford, Stebenhithe, Hakeney, and Stratford at the Bowe. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 9.

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Hugh Oldom, clerk, Richard Emson, Humphrey Conyngesby, and William Coope, and Ralph Boteler, and Margaret, his wife. The manor of Drayton, and premises in West Drayton, Hillyngdon, Colham, and Woxbridge. Trin. Anno 9.

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Hugh Oldom, clerk, Richard Emson, John Shaa, Humphrey Conyngesby, and William Coope, and William Manyngham. The manor of Oldford, with premises in Oldford, Stebenhithe, Hakney, and Stratford atte Bowe. Trin. Anno 9.

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Hugh Oldom, clerk, Richard Emson, Humph. Conyngesby, William Coope, William Hungate, and John Basket, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Chelchith. Mich. Anno 10.

Alexander Thomson and John Thomson and William Strode, and Margarey, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 10.

Thomas Randell, citizen and tailor, of London, Sir Richard Gildeford, knight, Stephen Jenyns, of London, tailor, and Henry Castell, of London, dyer, and Sir Roger Cotton, knight, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Easter Anno 10.

Henry Wyot, esquire, John Shaa, Bartholomew Reede, Edward Warren, and John Canon, and Thomas Daweson, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Stratford at Bow, in the parish of Stebeunhith. Easter Anno 10.

Richard Higham, gentleman, and John Hewys and Thomas Waryer, and Juliana, his wife, and John Harryson, and Olive, his wife. Premises in Fincheley, in the county of Middlesex; and Taterygge, in the county of Herts. D. C. Easter Anno 10.

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Sir Henry Colet, knight, Richard Emson, Bartholomew Rede, Thomas Riche, John Shaa, and William Coope, and Sir Edward Dudley, knight, Lord Dudley and John Dudley, esquire. The manor of Sheperton, with appurtenances, in Upper and Nether Sheperton, Nether Halford, and Lytlyngton, and the advowson of Sheperton, in the county of Middlesex; and Upper Sheperton, in the county of Surrey. D.C. Easter Anno 10.

Richard Higham and Thomas Marowe and John Cornwales. Premises in Oldford, in the county of Middlesex; and Oldford, in the county of Essex. D.C. Mich. Anno 11.

Richard Blount and Richard Whitton and Robert Shordyche, and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Shordiche. The manor of Okenham; and the advowson of the church of, and premises in, Wynham. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 11.

Robert Broket, gentleman, and John Nicols, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Hil. Anno 11.

Stephen Fryssheney, clerk, William Mordaunt, Thomas Scott, and Thomas Robardes, and Robert Shordyche, and Margaret, his wife. The manor and mill of Southall, with appurtenances in Southall, Northcote, Hese, and Harowe. Easter Anno 11.

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Humphrey Conyngesby, sergeant-at-law, Richard Emson, Hugh Oldham, clerk, and William Coope, and John Tychebourne, and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Lowthe, and Anne, his wife. The manor of Drayton, with appurtenances, West Drayton, Hillyngdon, Colham, and Woxbrigge. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 11.

Thomas Kebeel, sergeant-at-law, Thomas Oxenbrigge, sergeant-at-law, John Kyngesmyll, sergeant-at-law, and Richard Netylton, and Thomas Frowyk, sergeant-at-law, Thomas Appulby, clerk, and Thomas Hoo, citizen and grocer, of London. Premises, including marsh, in Stebenhithe, Popeler, and Lymost. Trin. Anno 11.

John Fitzherbert, John Porte, and John Chauntrell, clerk, and William Botte, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Hill, mason. Land in Hakeney, Mich. Anno 12.

Nicholas Pakenham, Thomas Vyncent, Thomas Ingram, and Thomas Wyndocote, and Katherine, his wife, and William Hyll, and Letitia, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 12.

Richard Amondesham, Thomas Frowyk, sergeant-at-law, Robert Sheffeld, William Broun, the younger, Reginald Asshe, and Thomas Amondesham, and Henry Berners, and Anne, his wife. The manor of West Yellyng, with appurtenances in Yellyng and West Yellyng. Mich. Anno 12.

Thomas Bough, William Tebbe, and Robert Raby, wardens, and the brothers and sisters of the gild of St. Mary, Westminster, and Sir Roger Cotton, knight, and Margaret, his wife. A messuage and rent in Westminster. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 12.

Thomas Frowyk, sergeant-at-law, and Henry Pole, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. Rent in Harowe. Easter Anno 12.

Humphrey Conyngesby, sergeant-at-law, and Ralph Bukberd, Philip Wyngbourn, and Simon Staunton, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Aldenham, in the county of Herts., and Great and Little Stanmer, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 12.

Richard Stone, gentleman, and Emma, his wife, and Thomas Broun, and Cristina, his wife, daughter and heir of William Porkeley, late of Laleham. Premises in Laleham. Hil. Anno 13.

Richard Littelton, Nicholas Nynes, Richard Ruggeley, esquire, and Humphrey Ruggeley, and Philip Preston, esquire, and John Swynneston, esquire, and Frances, his wife. Four messuages and one garden in London. Hil. Anno 13.

William Denton, esquire, Clement Carsey, and William Embroke, and William Craythorn, and Cecilia, his wife. The manor of Colley Peche, with appurtenances in Colley Peche, Heys, Colam, Southall, North Halle, Stebenhithe, Norwood, and the parish of St. Mary Matefelon, in the county of Middlesex, and Thebauds and other places in the county of Herts. D.C. Easter Anno 13.

William, bishop of Lincoln, Sir Reginald Bray, knight, Sir William Hody, knight, Sir John Shaa, knight, Hugh Oldam, clerk, Humphrey Conyngesby, sergeant-at-law, Richard Emson, William Coope, and Nicholas Compton, and John Basket, esquire, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Chelchithe. Mich. Anno 14.

Henry Myllet, and Joan, his wife, and James Aynesworth, clerk, John Myllet, Robert Smyth, and Nicholas Wolmere, and Henry Deyntye, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Northall and Suthall. Hil. Anno 14.

Roger Howet, citizen and tailor, of London, Richard Feltwell, citizen and scrivener, of London, and John Hert, of Chelsehithe, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Andrew Staunton. Premises in Chelsehithe. Hil. Anno 14.

Walter Reyner, George Burn, and Thomas Laweden, and Robert Graunte, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Steppeneygh. Hil. Anno 14.

Henry Savage, gentleman, and Reginald Pegge, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Cupplegate, London. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 14.

Christopher Pereson, Richard Aunsham, citizen and mercer, of London, Thomas Frowyk, sergeant-at-law, William Broun, citizen and mercer, of London, son of Sir John Broun, knight, late mayor of the city, John Hosyer, citizen and mercer, of London, and Thomas Bartelot, of Heston, husbondman, and John Wodall, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Houndeslowe and Heston. Trin. Anno 14.

Cristopher Litton, clerk, and John Middilton, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Woxbrygge. Trin. Anno 14.

William Draycote, clerk, William Hyde, and John Morton, esquire, and Joan, his wife. The manor of Pynnore and Brakenburgh, and land in Pynore, Herefeld, Colham, Woxebrigge, Couele, Hillyngdon, and Barnet, in the county of Middlesex; and land in Maldon and Chessynden, in the county of Surrey. D.C Hil. Anno 15.

Sir Henry Heydon, knight, Hugh Oldom, clerk, Thomas Waren, clerk, John Wrothe, esquire, Richard Aubrey, Robert Harryson, and William Heydon, and Richard Bradyng, son and heir of John Bradyng. Premises in Westminster. Hil. Anno 15.

William Draycote, clerk, and William Hyde and John Morton, esquire, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hadle. Easter Anno 15.

Sir Henry Heydon, knight, Hugh Oldom, clerk, Thomas Waren, clerk, John Wrothe, esquire, Richard Aubury, Robert Harryson, and William Heyden, and Richard Bradyng, son and heir of John Bradyng, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Easter Anno 15.

William Barde, John Vavasour, one of the justices of the King's Bench, John Breteyn, clerk, and William Copynger, esquire, and William Gybson, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Haryngey. Trin. Anno 15.

John West, John Hosyer, and William Broun, the younger, and John Bollys, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hakeney. Mich. Anno 16.

Ralph Wodward and Walter Martyn, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matefelon. Hil. Anno 16.

John West, John Hosyer, and William Broun, the younger, and Richard North, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Hakney. Mich. Anno 17.

Edward Halys, Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, Humphrey Conyngesby, the King's sergeant-at-law, James Hobart, the King's Attorney, Roger Ormeston, William Atclyff, Henry Wyot, John Heron, John Scott, Thomas Halys, Thomas Hobson, Thomas Frowick, the younger, Robert Noreys, and Robert Boteler, and Simon Wynwode, and Joan, his wife. Land in Shordyche. Easter Anno 17.

Thomas Couper, chaplain, and Robert Yonge, of Chelchithe. Premises in Chelchithe. Mich. Anno 17.

Richard Ameryke and John Brooke and John Sperman, and Joan, his wife. A third part of premises in Stanwell. Mich. Anno 17.

John Williams, mercer, of London, and Edmund Warfeld, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 17.

John Myles and William Alford and Richard Fox, and Joan, his wife, and Robert Ederyche. Premises in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 17.

Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, and John Neudegate, and Thomas Bradesey, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Herfeld. Trin. Anno 17.

Richard Wodland and Thomas Newsdyk, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Langdyche, in Westminster. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 17.

Thomas Bynkys, carpenter, Thomas Doune, and John Davy, and John Prowede, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Trin. Anno 17.

Humphrey Turner and Frideswith, his wife, John Boteler, and Thomas Stonham, and Nicholas Heyward, and Alice, his wife. Two messuages in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster. Mich. Anno 18.

William, bishop of Lincoln, Sir William Hody, knight, Sir John Shaa, knight, Hugh Oldom, clerk, Humphrey Conyngesby, William Cope, John Cutte, and Nicholas Compton, and Sir John Bourghchier, of Berners, knight. The manor of Bernersbury, with appurtenances, in Islyngton. Mich. Anno 18.

Thomas Hogan and John Fawene, and Katherine, his wife. A messuage in Westminster. Easter Anno 18.

William Berell, and Joan, his wife, William Campion and William Babeham, citizens and grocers, of London, and Thomas Whytehede, and Emmota, his wife. Premises in Chelchehithe. Easter Anno 18.

Richard Aubrey, Eustace Knyll, Hugh Lechard, and James Meryk, and William Bond, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Litlyngton, Laleham, and Upper Sheperton. Warranty against William, abbot of St. Albans. Easter Anno 18.

William Mersshe and Richard Nicholl, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Easter Anno 18.

John Pakyngton, John Payntour, grocer, Reginald Gascoyne, of Stratford Langthorn, Henry Carowe, of Romford, and Thomas Austen, of Stratford at Bowe, and John Broun, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises, with mill, in Brambele. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 18.

Elizabeth Langton, widow, Robert Shirbourn, clerk, and William Porter, clerk, and Raphael Cornysshe, and Emma, his wife, and Thomas Mounteford. Premises in Harrow on the Hill and Great Stanmer juxta Eggesware. Mich. Anno 19.

Alexander Thomson and John Turnour and John Sharpe, and Margaret, his wife, and William Edviche, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 19.

Sir Robert Lytton, knight, Bartholomew Westby, second baron of the exchequer, John Botiller, sergeant-at-law, and Andrew Wyndsore, esquire, and William Bottesford, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Hease. Hil. Anno 19.

William Heron, of Alford, esquire, John Heron, the elder, John Heron, the younger, and John Wylkynson. Premises in Hyllyngdon, Colham, and Wynesley, which Joan, mother of John Wylkynson, had for term of life. Hil. Anno 19.

Sir Edward Ponyngys, knight, Sir Thomas Fenys, knight, Thomas Marrowe, sergeant-at-law, Edward Ferrers, esquire, and William Rote, clerk, and Maurice Berkeley, brother and heir of William, marquis of Berkeley, and Isabella, his wife. A fourth part of the manor of Tyborne, otherwise called Maryborne, and manors and lands in the counties of Sussex and Surrey. D.C. Trin. Anno 19.

Thomas Jakes and William Elyott, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley, and land in the county of Hertford. D.C. Mich. Anno 20.

William Darby, clerk, and Sir John Rysley, knight, and Thomasia, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Mich. Anno 20. [21 ?]

Richard Elyot, serjeant-at-law, and Richard Cressell, and William Draper, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Herfeld. Mich. Anno 20.

Richard Elyot, serjeant-at-law, and Richard Cressell, and William Draper, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Herefeld. Mich. Anno 20.

William Saunderson and John Warde, and Margaret, his wife, widow of Nicholas Hastynges. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 20.

Thomas Cornysh, bishop of Tyne (fn. (1)) , Hugh Oldam, bishop of Exeter, John Rowe, gentleman, and John Parlabene, and Robert Shordyche, and Margaret, his wife, and Reginald Jakes, and Matilda, his wife. Rent in Southall. Trin. Anno 20.

John Pereson, clerk, and Thomas Goodyere and Sir Thomas Frowyk, knight, chief justice of the common bench, and Thomas Erlyche, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Harleston, Wyllesden, and Fulham. Remainders to Sir John Fynnes, knight, Sir Robert Rede, knight, Andrew Wyndsore, esquire, Thomas Jakes, Thomas Robertis, William Englond, Richard Belamy, and others. Hil. Anno 21.

William Bellamy and Oliver Clyburn, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Monken Hadley. Easter Anno 21.

John Foxley, gentleman, and Thomas Crosse, citizen and grocer, of London, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in East Acton, in the parish of Chirch Acton. Easter Anno 21.

John Norres, and Cristina, his wife, John Gyrnell, William Payn, John Marsshe, Thomas Nycoll, and Thomas Yakson, and John Meryden, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Westminster, and in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Trin. Anno 21.

William Lowyn, John Lowyn, and William White, and John Whyte, the elder, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 22.

Hugh Denys, esquire, Edmund Dudley, esquire, Roger Lupton, clerk, Godfrey Toppes, Edward Chaumburleyn, esquire, William Stafford, esquire, John Erneley, Thomas Pygot, Richard Brooke, William Tey, and Michael Fysshe, and Edmund Grey, Lord de Wilton, and Florence, his wife. The manor of Portpole, with appurtenances, in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, and the advowson of the chantry of the said manor. Mich. Anno 22.

Ralph Symondys, William Copynger, and Roger Hungate, and Humphrey Savage, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, Crepulgate. Trin. Anno 22.

Margaret Rolfe, widow, and William Skerne and Robert Wolmer, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Willesden. Mich. Anno 23.

Philip Conour and Alexander Walsshe, and Cecily, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, Crepulgate. Easter Anno 23.

John More, serjeant-at-law, John Yonge, clerk, John Foule, and Richard Belamy, and Lewis Pollard, sergeant-atlaw, William Fairfax, serjeant-at-law, Ralph Lathom, John Robynson, clerk, Thomas Jakes, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Tokyngton, and premises in Tokyngton, Alperton, Fyncheley, Kyngesbury, Wyllesdon, Harleston, Fulham, Wemley, Great Greneford, Little Greneford, Roxehay, Pyryvale, and Harow, within the parish of Harrowe, and advowson of the chantry and free chapel of Tokyngton, and premises in the county of Warwick. D.C. Trin. Anno 23.

John Pette, of London, gentleman, and Richard Downe, of London, brewer, and John Pynnore, of London, tallow chandler, kinsman and heir of Henry Pynnore, late of London, tallow chandler, and Perma, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley, and in the county of Hertford. D.C. Hil. Anno 24.

Sir Hugh Vaughan, knight, Sir Charles Somerset de Herbert, knight, John Boteler, gentleman, William Vowell, gentleman, Hilary Seuton (?), gentleman, Thomas Roo, gentleman, and John Laurens, and Sir Robert Dymmok, knight, and Anne, his wife, and Alice Staunford, widow. Premises in Westminster. Hil. Anno 24.

Footnotes

(1) See Sir T. D. Hardy's edition of Le Neve's Fasti. Vol. III., p. 549.