London and Middlesex Fines
Henry VIII

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Centre for Metropolitan History

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

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1893

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16-68

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'London and Middlesex Fines: Henry VIII', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII - 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 16-68. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78842 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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HENRY VIII.

William Lowthe, James Spencer, and Robert Sayles, and Edmund Wotton, and Matilda, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of William Palmer. Premises in Harowe and Pynnore. Mich. Anno 1.

Edward Atkynson, clerk, and Ralph Milby and Thomas Jakes, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Fyncheley, and land in Fyncheley, Hendon, Harleston, Willesdon, and Fulham. Mention of Joan, widow of Thomas Erlyche, Remainder. Hil. Anno 1.

Willliam Lowthe, James Spencer, and Robert Sayles, and Richard Massam, and Margaret, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of William Palmer. Premises in Harowe and Pynnore. Easter Anno 2.

John Strete and Richard Rowlowe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Iseldon. Trin. Anno 2.

Richard Elderton and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Robertz, and Humphrey Turner, and Frediswide, his wife, and John Boteler. Messuages in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster. Trin. Anno 2.

Richard, bishop of Norwich, Richard Broke, serjeant-atlaw, John Leche, clerk, and James Bodeley, and John Fortescu, esquire. Land in the parish of the Blessed Mary of Marybourne. Mich Anno 2.

Richard Sandys, esquire, and Richard Rawlyns and Sir William Sandys, knight, and Margery, his wife, and Edmund (?) Bray, esquire. The manors of Chechithe and Islyngton, in Middlesex; and manors, lands, &c., in Berkshire, including the advowson of the church and hermitage of Cleware, and a fishery in Stanlake; and premises in the counties of Gloucester, Sussex, Hertford, Wilts, and Hants. D.C. Mich. Anno 2.

Richard, bishop of Norwich, Richard Broke, serjeant-atlaw, Robert Blagge, Thomas Assheby and Andrew Edmond, and John Fortescu, esquire, and Philippa, his wife. Land in Westminster. Hil. Anno 2.

Richard, bishop of Norwich, Richard Broke, serjeant-atlaw, John Leche, clerk, and James Bodeley, and John Fortescu, esquire, and Philippa, his wife. Land in the parish of the Blessed Mary of Marybourne. Hil. Anno 2.

John Rede, clerk, John Webbe, clerk, and Nicholas Tychebourne, gentleman, and Robert Froston, son and heir of Robert Froston, late citizen of London, and Joan, his wife. Premises with a several fishery in Hermondesworth, Langford and Stanwell. Trin. Anno 3.

John Hunesdon and Agnes, his wife, and Thomas Unstede, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Catcher, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 3.

Sir Charles Somerset de Herbert, knight, Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, Sir Richard Fouler, knight, Sir George Putenham, knight, Guy Palmes, serjeant-at-law, John Ernley, the King's attorney, Peter Vavasour, esquire, and William Duffeld, and Thomas Durdaunt, esquire, and Margery, his wife. The manor of Denham Durdauntys, with appurtenances, in the county of Bucks.; and land in Herefeld; and a several fishery in the water of Colony, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 3.

Richard, bishop of Winchester, Charles Somerset, Lord de Harbard, George Nevell, Lord de Burgavenne, Sir Edward Pongngys, knight, Sir Henry Merney, knight, Sir Thomas Ingelfeld, knight, and Sir Andrew Wyndsore, knight, and Sir William Sandys, knight, and Margery, his wife. The manors of Chelchyche and Barnardbury, with appurtenances in Chelchyche, Barnardbury, and Iselyngton, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in Cokham and Benfeld, in the county of Berks. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. D.C. Mich. Anno 3.

John Borde and John Walker, of Stanes, yeoman, and Florence, his wife. Premises in Stanes. Hil. Anno 3.

Thomas Goldsmyth, Hugh Stephinson, and John Josson, and Agnes Hall. Premises, with two mills, in Stanes, Laleham, and Stanwell. Easter Anno 4.

John Byrchelay and Agnes, his wife, and Robert Dyconson, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Mary of Matfelon, without Algate, London. Trin. Anno 4.

Sir John Cutte, knight, Bryan Palmes, serjeant-at-law, John Benson, chaplain, Miles Gerard, gentleman, John Pateshale, gentleman, John Goldyng, gentleman, and William Asteley, gentleman, and Elizabeth Scrop, widow. Rent in Westminster. Trin. Anno 4.

Richard Sutton, esquire, John Sutton, the younger, George Sutton, Roger Legh, and John Cressewall, and William Bettys, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Istelworth and Braynford. Mich. Anno 4.

Richard Morton and Philip Barnaby, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Southmymes. Easter Anno 5.

William Fraunceys and John Seton, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Padyngton. Easter Anno 5.

William Wutton, John Sturges, Robert Southwell, the younger, and Richard Sampson, clerk, and Edward Bray, esquire, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hakeney and Totenham. Easter Anno 5.

Thomas Robertz and John Chauncy and Robert Edmonds, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Pynnore. Easter Anno 5.

John Meyny and Robert Sondes, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hampstede. Trin. Anno 5.

Edward Atclyff, gentleman, William Burwell, John Aleyn, John Keme, and Thomas Comberford, and William Dawtry, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises, with shops, in Westminster. Anno 5.

Richard, bishop of Winchester, Richard, bishop of London, Thomas, bishop of Durham, John, bishop of Rochester, Thomas, earl of Surrey, Sir Charles Somerset, knight, Lord Herbert, Sir John Fyneux, knight, Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, John Yong, clerk, and Sir John Cutte, knight, and William Teye. Premises and rent in Hakney and Totenham. Mich. Anno 5.

Thomas Bedell, of Denham, in Buckinghamshire, husbandman, Edmund Eyre, of Burneham, in Buckinghamshire, husbandman, Richard Noke, of Bray, in Berkshire, husbandman, and John Warde, of Woxbrige, "botcher," and Robert Elryngton and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Woxbrige, Hyllyngdon and Coueley. Hil. Anno 5.

Richard Twyke and Robert Maryner. Premises in Stanes. Easter Anno 6.

John Rede, grocer, Matthew Lupton, haberdasher, and John Hert, and Thomas Catcher, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Chelchehyth. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 6.

Christopher, cardinal, and archbishop of York, George, earl of Shrewsbury, Thomas, earl of Derby, Sir William Gascoigne, knight, Sir John Norton, knight, Sir Thomas Curwen, knight, Sir William Fairfax, knight, one of the justices of the King's Bench, Brian Palmes, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Pygot, serjeant-at-law, Richard (?) Broke, serjeant-at-law, Christopher Urswick, clerk, Cuthbert Tunstall, clerk, Nicholas West, clerk, John Erneley, the King's attorney, Geoffrey Proctour, Richard Grene, clerk, and William Stable, clerk, and Henry, earl of Northumberland, and Katherine, his wife. 60 messuages and 30 gardens in London; and premises in the counties of Lincoln, Leicester, Gloucester, Somerset, Suffolk, Dorset, Cambridge, Devon, Sussex, and Hereford. D.C. Easter Anno 6.

Thomas Reymond, citizen and grocer, of London, Nicholas Bone, gentleman, Morgan Williams, Thomas Otley, John Billesdon, William Jenkys, John Gerard, and John Wenden, and Robert Garrard, citizen and saddler, of London, and Catherine, his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Williams. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 6.

John Fabean and John Crosier, and Amy, his wife. Premises in Uxbrigge. Mich. Anno 6.

Richard, bishop of Winchester, Richard, bishop of London, Thomas, bishop of Durham, John, bishop of Rochester, Thomas, duke of Norfolk, Charles, earl of Worcester, Sir John Fyneux, knight, Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, John Yong, clerk, Sir Robert Rede, knight, and Sir John Cutte, knight, and Roger Bendbowe, and Ellen, his wife. The manor of Goldbeters, and land in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 6.

Robert Cheseman and John Danaster, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Pancras in Kentysshtowne, and St. Martin in the Fields. Mich. Anno 6.

Nicholas Mynne and John Webber and William Felse, otherwise called Hartiswell, and Joan, his wife. Land in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 6.

George Dalyson, esquire, and Guthlac Overton, and Thomas Bradshaa, and Emmota, his wife. One messuage called "le Shippe over the Hope," and one garden, with appurtenances, in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Mich. Anno 6.

Thomas Burgoyn and Thomas Wygard, and Emma, his wife. Premises in Hoxton, in the parish of St. Leonard in Shordyche. Mich. Anno 6.

Henry Frowyk, esquire, John Wroth, esquire, Nicholas Bone, gentleman, Thomas Asku, gentleman, and John Crowe, yeoman, and Edward Jones, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Monkenhadley. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 6.

Hugh Redyng, Henry Wodcok, William Brothers, and John Hall, and Richard Smyth, and Elizabeth, his wife. One messuage called "le Cok uppon the Hope," and land in Shordych and Stepneyhyth. Easter Anno 7.

Nicholas Newton, Thomas Askewe, and Richard Harryong, and Thomas Unsted, and Isabella, his wife. Wood in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 7.

William Game, citizen and draper of London, Thomas Carter, and William Dolfyn, and Roger Basterd, and Margaret, his wife, late wife of Sir William Stokkar, knight. Premises in Chelchehythe. Easter Anno 7.

John Atwell, Henry Saunder, Richard Haukes, and Robert Isham, and Robert Forster, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Trin. Anno 7.

Robert Blakwall, George Blakwall, son and heir apparent of the aforesaid Robert, John Castell, and George Rolle, and John Cole, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hoxton. Trin. Anno 7.

John Wytther and Richard Awode, and Catherine, his wife. Premises and rent in Todyngton. Trin. Anno 7.

Thomas Cacher and Matilda, his wife, and John Ederiche, and Thomas Unsted and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Shordyche. Mich. Anno 7.

John Page and John Mychell, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Harowe and Twyford. Mich. Anno 7.

Sir Hugh Vaughan, knight, David Vaughan, Lionel Centon, Thomas Rowe, and Walter Vaughan, son and heir of Walter Vaughan, gentleman, deceased, and John Belle, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Knyghtbrigge, Padyngton and Westminster. Mich. Anno 7.

John Heron, the elder, and John Heron, the younger, and John Glyn, and Joan, his wife. Manor of Rabbes, and land in Hillyngdon, Colham, and Wynesley. Mich. Anno 7.

William Barkeby, gentleman, and John Legh, gentleman, and John Palmer, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Harrowe at Hill, Sudbury, Northall, and Greneford. Mich. Anno 7.

Catherine Toppesfeld, widow, Thomas Catcher, and John Ederiche, of Hakney, and Thomas Unsted and Elizabeth, his wife, William Stondon, and John Stondon. A messuage in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 7.

Hugh Redyng, gentleman, Thomas Inglefeld, esquire, Roger Cholmeley, gentleman, John Halle, and George Wodecok, and Thomas Skethe, citizen and girdler, of London, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of Simon Prat, deceased. One messuage in the parish of St. Leonard de Shordiche. Hil. Anno 7.

William Fox and Thomas Unsted, and Isabella, his wife. Land in Fyncheley. Hil. Anno 7.

William Fox and Alan Nicholle, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Whetstone, in the county of Middlesex; and in Tateregge, in the county of Hertford. D.C. Hil. Anno 7.

James Tanesdale and Barnard Ryche, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge. Easter Anno 8.

Richard, bishop of Winchester, Charles, earl of Worcester, Sir Thomas Lovell, knight, Sir Robert Lovell, knight, Sir John Cutt, knight, Sir Henry Wiatt, knight, and Richard Lyster, and John Savage, and Mabel, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepylgate, London. Trin. Anno 8.

Thomas Wylkynson and William Wygbourne, and Joan, his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Johnson. One messuage and garden in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Trin. Anno 8.

William May and Thomas Meryweter, and John Preston, and Alice, his wife. One messuage and garden in Enfeld. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 8.

John Awode, John Thrymley, William Man, and Henry Mathewe, and John Loye, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Laleham. Trin. Anno 8.

Sir William Butler, knight, John More, serjeant-at-law, Richard Broke, serjeant-at-law, John Rest, Thomas Myrfyn, citizen and alderman, of London, Thomas More, George Treheyron, Edward Hawte, gentleman, and John Cleyton, clerk, and Philip de Caruge, citizen and draper, of London, and Elizabeth, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of James Fynche, and Nicholas Waryng, citizen and salter, of London, and Joan, his wife, another daughter and heir of the said James. Two parts of the manor of Astelam, premises in Astelam, Laleham, Uppersheperton, Nethersheperton, Netherhalford, Upperhalford, Chardyngton, Sonbury, and Assheford. Warranty against John, abbot of and monastery of St. Saviour of Barmesey. Mich. Anno 8.

Henry Redmayn, Robert Tailler, and Robert Algore, and Edward Coke, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Westbraynford. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 8.

John Swetyng, Henry Hounesdon, and William Whyte, and Thomas Gylbert, and Isabella, his wife, Lawrence Thomson, and Catherine, his wife, and John Smythson, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 8.

Edward Mountagu, George Lane, John Lane, and Thomas Arthure, and William Chaundeler, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Istelworth. Easter Anno 9.

John Swetyng, Henry Hounesdon and William Whyte and Thomas Lowen, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 9.

Richard Sutton, the elder, esquire, Roger Legh, gentleman, and John Sutton, the younger, gentleman, and Richard Sutton, the younger, gentleman, and Alice, his wife, daughter and heir of William Hubbert. Premises in Hermondesworth and Hardyngton. Easter Anno 9.

Thomas Padgyt, William Rote, gentleman, Richard Stodard, and Robert Thorp, and Giles Claybroke, and Margery, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 9.

Thomas Roberts and William Wasse and Richard Copcot, of the vill of St. Albans, gentleman, and Grace, his wife. Premises in Willesdon, Harleston, and Acton. Trin. Anno 9.

John Chauncy, Robert Wroth, Gregory Lovell, Richard Sutton, Richard Haryyong, John Ryche, and James Chauncy, and John Harrys, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises in Uxbrygge and Hyllyndon. Hil. Anno 9.

Thomas Ayleward, Thomas Foster, Thomas Honnesdon, and Robert Semar, and Henry Burnet, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 9.

John Newdegate, serjeant-at-law, Thomas Weden, and Robert Anthony, and John Coke, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Woxbrige and Coueley. Hil. Anno 9.

Richard Belamy, John Page, the elder, Richard Page, and John Agrenehill, the younger, and John Webbe, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Hacche, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Great Greneford. Hil. Anno 9.

John Goldyngton and John Wyncote, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Easter Anno 10.

Thomas Lovell, clerk, Richard Rokeby, esquire, William Elys, and Thomas Hennage, and William Chessull, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, and a third part of the moiety of the manor of Andrewys, in the county of Herts. D.C. Trin. Anno 10.

Owen Holand, gentleman, and Nicholas Robertys, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Houndeslowe, within the parish of Heston. Mich. Anno 10.

John Ederich, and Elizabeth, his wife, Simon Goodyer, Richard Blakwell and Peter Frankelyn, and Robert Foster, son and heir of Robert Foster, gentleman. Land in Hendon. Mich. Anno 10.

John Note, John Couper, Richard Hach, and John Byrde, and Thomas Couper, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Pynnore, in the parish of Harowe, and in Harrowe. Mich. Anno 10.

John Milbourn, citizen and alderman, of London, Miles Gerrard, Nicholas Lambard, and Robert Conyers, and Sir Edmund Bray, knight. The manor of Notingbarns, otherwise called Kensyngton; and lands in Kensyngton, Padyngton, and Chelceheyth. Hil. Anno 10.

Thomas, cardinal, and archbishop of York, William, archbishop of Canterbury, Charles, duke of Suffolk, Henry, earl of Wilts., Sir Walter Devoraux de Ferrers, knight, Sir John Bourghchyer de Berners, knight, Sir William Blount de Mountjoy, knight, Sir Robert Poyntz, knight, Sir John Pecche, knight, Sir Henry Guildeford, knight, Sir William Compton, knight, Sir Anthony Poyntz, knight, Sir Robert Dymmok, knight, Sir John Heyden, knight, Sir Leo Dymmock, knight, Sir Nicholas Carewe, knight, Robert Bekynsale, clerk, Richard Dycons, esquire, William Rudhale, esquire, John Sutt, esquire, John Henenyngham, esquire, Thomas Willughby, esquire, Christopher Jennye, esquire, Francis Broune, esquire, and Thomas Russhe, gentleman, and Sir William Willughby, knight, Lord Willughby and (sic) Erysby. A messuage called "Barrecan," otherwise called "Barbycane," otherwise called "Bascourt," with appurtenances, without Crepylgate, in the parish of St. Giles, London, and premises in the county of Lincoln. D.C. Hil. Anno 10.

Brian Palmez, the younger, gentleman, John Beverer, otherwise Garrard, of London, draper, Walter Champyon, of London, draper, and Thomas Davy and Gregory Williamson, of London, skinners, and Henry Holgyll, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Woxebrigge and Hillyngdon, in the county of Middlesex, and in various places in the county of Bucks. D.C. Easter Anno 11.

William Dauntesey, Robert Scrace, and William Goldyng, and Thomas Kempe, son and heir of Thomas Kempe, late of London, mercer, John Ederiche, William Ederiche, John Brent and John Nicollis. Premises in Hakeney, Shordiche, Norton Folyott, and in the parish of St. Botolph, without Bishoppesgate, London. Easter Anno 11.

William Quarneby and Robert Newdyk and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Kynggestrete, in Westminster. Easter Anno 11.

William Lawton and John Crosiar, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Woxbrige. Easter Anno 11.

Thomas Robertys, Robert Swillyngton, Nicholas Newton, and William Frauncies, and Francis Wodmanse, and Joan, his wife. Land in Willesdon. Easter Anno 11.

William Sheperd and John Sheperd and Robert Rolf, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Hendon. Trin. Anno 11.

Joan Fitzherbert, widow, and Anthony Fitzherbert, serjeant-at-law, and Robert Blagge, one of the barons of the exchequer, and John Porte, esquire. Premises in Hakkeney. Remainders to the Fitzherbert family, &c. Mich. Anno 11.

Thomas, cardinal, and archbishop of York, Sir William Fitzwilliam, knight, Sir Richard Rokeby, knight, Hugh Assheton, clerk, Master Robert Tovys, Thomas Henege, William Elys, Richard Page, and William Shelley, and Michael Nevell, and Joan, his wife, John Rufford, and William Chesill, and Alice, his wife. Premises in St. Clement Danes, and the Blessed Mary de Strond. Hil. Anno 11.

John Roose, Richard Austen, and Thomas Waren, and Cuthbert Webster, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Stratford at Bowe. Easter Anno 12.

William Knyght and Lancelot Lyle, and Alice, his wife. Premises, including mills in Stebonhithe, in the county of Middlesex, and Stebonhithe, in the county of Essex. Easter Anno 12.

John Wylford, Roger Chomeley, Oliver Southworth, and Richard Lynde, and Richard Sudeby, and Cecilia, his wife, daughter and heir of Edmund Norrys, gentleman. The manor of Norrys, and premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 12.

Richard Aubrey, gentleman, William Aubrey, Edward Aubrey, and James Beke, and Richard Salman, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Harlynton, called Kevers, and Hales. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 12.

John Newdegate, serjeant-at-law, Robert Dormer, and Thomas Wedon, and John Colyns, and Emma, his wife. Premises in Uxbrigge. Mich. Anno 12.

Thomas Brightman and Robert Newdyke, and Anne, his wife. Premises (described) on the way of Langdyche in Westminster. Mich. Anno 12.

Richard Parker, Richard Sutton, John Burton, Robert Colley, George Subworth, and Ralph Cotton, and John Patteshale, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Elyng and Newe Braynford. Warranty against Edmund, abbot of St. Mary's, York. Hil. Anno 12.

John Spencer, and John Bukmaster and John Mathewe, and Lucy, his wife. Premises in Yelyng. Trin. Anno 13.

John Hardy, and Joan, his wife, and Henry Polsted, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Stretford at Bowe. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 13.

Richard Stanerton and William Hale and Sir Thomas Cheyny, knight, and Frideswide, his wife. The manor of Tokyngton, and premises in Harrowe on the Hill and Willesdon. Hil. Anno 13.

Thomas Keyle, William Dauntesey, John Daunester, Robert Pakyngton, and Humphrey Pakyngton, and John Kynton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Chelchehyth. Hil. Anno 13.

William Godyere, Thomas Turpyn, Edward Norreis, John Pounfreit, William Millis, Thomas Brickman, Richard Taillow, and William Quernby, and Edward Stokwood, and Agnes, his wife, kinswoman and heir of Thomas Stokes, deceased. Premises in St. Clement Danes, without the bar of the New Temple, and St. Andrew without the bar of the Old Temple, St. Giles in the Fields, and St. Mary of Stronde. Hil. Anno 13.

Robert Bourchier and John Aleyn, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 14.

Roland Shakelady, John Trevethen, Nicholas Banaster, Thomas Shakelady, and William Morecroft, clerk, and John Colyns and Emma, his wife. Premises in Collom and Cowley Hall. Easter Anno 14.

Michael Dormer, Robert Dormer, William Dauntesy, Robert Smyth, and Robert Pakyngton, and William Hawkyns, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Easter Anno 14.

Charles, earl of Worcester, Sir Henry Owen, knight, Sir Andrew Wyndesore, knight, Peter Stoner, Robert Fenrother, citizen and alderman of London, Christopher Wescote, John Laurence, and John Newdegate, serjeant-at-law, and Margaret Dawes, widow, Sir Robert Brudenill, knight, chief justice of the Common Bench, Sir John Daunce, knight, Sir William Butler, knight, John Rest, citizen and alderman of London, Anthony Fitzherbert, serjeant-at-law, George Treheyron, gentleman, William Botry, citizen and mercer, of London, Roland Philip, clerk, and Richard Broke, citizen and salter, of London. The manor of Astelam, aud premises in Astelam, Lalyngton, Laleam, Uppersheperton, Nethersheperton, Upperhalford, Netherhalford, Cherdyngton, and Sondebury. Warranty against William, abbot of St. Peter's, Gloucester. Easter Anno 14.

Walter Wheler and John Hounesdon, and Margaret, his wife, and John Cordell, and Joan, his wife. Land called Arsmertis, in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 14.

William Heton, citizen and merchant tailor, of London, John Penne, Thomas Robertys, John Nichellis, and Roger Heton, and George Cely, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Stebenhith, Stratford at Bowe, and Bramley. Trin. Anno 14.

William Heydon, and Alice, his wife, and John Heydon, and Alice, his wife, and Stephen Millys. Premises in Iknam. Mention of Margaret, wife of the said Stephen. Mich. Anno 14.

William Wutton, one of the barons of the Exchequer, and William Botry, and John Stangman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Chelseye. Mich. Anno 14.

William Rede and John Leyceister, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Sheperton. Mich. Anno 14.

William Heton, citizen, and merchant tailor, of London, John Penne, Thomas Robertys, John Nichellys, and Roger Heton, and George Celey, esquire, and Isabella, his wife. Premises, with mill, in Stratford at Bowe and Bramley. Mich. Anno 14.

Edward Smyth and William Dylock, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Norwoode and Hayes. Easter Anno 15.

Nicholas Love and William Marshe, and Robert Downes, and the Lady Margaret, his wife, lately called Lady Margaret Mortymer. Rent in Westminster. Trin. Anno 15.

Robert Cutberd, Everard Effamat, Thomas Grene, Elias Johnson, and Thomas Pegott, and Francis Woodmansey, gentleman, and Joan, his wife, and Thomas Woodmansy, clerk. Five messuages in Westminster. Mich. Anno 15.

William Holgyll, clerk, John Pakyngton, John Remys, and William Smyth, and John Nauseglos, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn. Mich. Anno 15.

John Hurlock, the elder, and John Bevyngton, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Roxsey, in the parish of Harrow on the Hill. Hil. Anno 15.

John Grover, of Kyngeston on Thames, draper, and William Wodye, of Stanys, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Sonbury and Feltham. Easter Anno 16.

John Cole and John Ewer, otherwise Thewar, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Fynchesley. Trin. Anno 16,

Sir Thomas More, knight, Richard Staverton, Walter Merssh, John Melsham, and Stephen Punchon, and Andrew Hikkes, and Joan, his wife, and John Fletcher, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Chelchehith and Kensyngton. Trin. Anno 16.

Thomas Bartlett and William Wyndesore and Thomas Hygdon and Elizabeth Hygdon, widow. Premises in Heston. Trin. Anno 16.

Sir Thomas More, knight, Richard Staverton, gentleman, and William Rooper, gentleman, and John Grenefeld, gentleman, and Letitia, his wife. Land in Chelcehith. Trin. Anno 16.

Richard Nicoll, of Hale, and John Kyng, and Alice, his wife. Land in Hendon. Mich. Anno 16.

Robert Cheseman, and John Newdegate, the younger, and John Biggis, and Joan, his wife. Land in Southall. Hil. Anno 16.

William Stodeley, otherwise Miles, and Isabella, his wife, and Thomas Pryor, and Beatrice, his wife, kinswoman and heir of John Bradfeld. Premises in Uxbrigge. Hil. Anno 16.

Nicholas Jenyns, Henry White, gentleman, Barnard Jenyns, John Pyke, John Robyns, and William Denham, and Francis Wodmansey, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Willesdon, Kylbourne, and Hampsted. Easter Anno 17.

Richard Edlyn, the elder, William Dodde, Richard Redyng, and John Clerke, and Thomas Dawes, and Isabella, his wife. Land in the parish of Harrow on the Hill. Easter Anno 17.

Sir Thomas Seymour, knight, Robert Dormer, esquire, and William Walsyngham, gentleman, and Sir John Raynesford, knight, Henry Terell, esquire, John Williams, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Goodwyn, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Shordyche, Hoxton, and Fynnesbury. Trin. Anno 17.

John Conyngesby and John Turnour, and Joan, his wife. Premises and rent in South Mymmes and Monken Hadley. Hil. Anno 17.

John Fox and Richard Hawkys and John Grympston. Premises in Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 17.

John Danaster, Thomas Keyll, William Dauntesey, and William Lambert, and John Graynfield, and Letitia, his wife. Manor of Brampton Hall, and premises in Kensyngton, Chelchehith, and Fulham. Hil. Anno 17.

William Hunnyngis, John Stone, William Bayly, and Thomas Barnewell, and John Southe. Premises in Yellyng. Easter Anno 18.

John Clyfford, Richard Clyfford, Roger Wryght, Henry Darby, and William Salfford and Robert Blaknall, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Totenham and Edelmeton. Easter Anno 18.

John Hewys, gentleman, and William Miles, otherwise Studley, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Uxbrigge. Easter Anno 18.

Richard Tailour and John Maiburn and John Forde. Fourteen messuages and one garden in Westminster. Easter Anno 18.

Edward Murell, the elder, William Campyon, John Hall, William Murell, and Edward Murell, the younger, and George Cely and Isabella. Two messuages in the parish of St. Andrew in Holbourne. Mich. Anno 18.

William Newman and William Cocke and Margery, his wife. Premises in Wyllesdon and Est Acton. Hil. Anno 18.

Richard Hawkys, gentleman, Richard Barley, and John Evans and Alexander Bell, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge and Hillingdon. Hil. Anno 11.

Robert Norwyche, sergeant-at-law, Thomas Awdeley, Michael Dormer, and Edward Thwaytes, and William Johns, and Angela, his wife. Premises in Shordyche and Hogesdon. Easter Anno 19.

Walter Mersshe, Sir Thomas More, knight, Sir Anthony Fitzherbert, knight, Sir John Porte, knight, George Colt, esquire, William Walsyngham, Thomas Knyghton, Nicholas Mynne, Richard Jervys, Richard Belamy, James Bolney, John Kytchyn, and William Preston, and Thomas Grene, and Joan, his wife. The manor of Bonhunt, and premises in Bonhunt, &c., in the county of Essex, and premises in Halby, Enfeld, and Upholburne, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 19.

James Barnarde and John Barnarde, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Chelseghe, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in Dartford and Wylmyngton, in the county of Kent. D.C. Easter Anno 19.

Nicholas Borough and Henry Boune, the younger, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Stanwell and Westbedfounte. Remainders. Easter Anno 19.

Roger Chomley, esquire, and Robert Halle and William Johns, and Angela, his wife. Premises in Shordiche and Hakenay. Easter Anno 19.

Thomas Gybson, John Clerke, and John Yonge, and Robert Byngeley, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Easter Anno 19.

David Marten and John Banyard, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 19.

Thomas Spencer, John Godderd, and Richard Cordell, and Thomas Cordell, the elder, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 19.

Thomas Bonham and John Baldewyn, William Conyngesby, esquires, Humphrey Pakyngton, Augustine Pakyngton, Thomas Robyns, and Robert Gravenour, and John Grove, of Kyngesbury, son and heir of John Grove, and Alice, his wife. One messuage called "the Grovehous," and land in Fulham and Chelsey. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 19.

Thomas Erley and John Lyneard and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Heston. Mich. Anno 19.

Simon Rice, Rowland Hill, citizen and mercer, of London, and Richard Austen, citizen and mercer, of London, and John Williams, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Goodwyn, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Shordiche. Mich. Anno 19.

Richard Mathewe, Batholomew Hussey, William Grene, and Thomas Thorp, and William Partryche, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Mich. Anno 19.

Richard Austen, Rowland Hill, and Simon Rice, and John Goodwyn, and Catherine, his wife. Premises, with brewhouse, in Shordyche and Hoxton. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 19.

William Marlat, John Edwardys, Matthew Dale, and John Chapman, and William Johns, and Angela, his wife. Premises in Hoxton. Mich. Anno 19.

John Danaster, and Thomas Warde, esquire, and Anthony Carleton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Stanes and and Stanwell, in the county of Middlesex, and premises in the county of Bucks. D.C. Hil. Anno 19.

John Grove and Cecilia, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Henry Payne, and William Cokke, and Margery, his wife, another daughter and heir of the said Henry. Land and rent in Harowe on the Hill. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 19.

Laurence Unthank, and Agnes, his wife, John Ranewyke, Christopher Ranewyke, and John Hodsall, and George Bulstod, esquire, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Easter Anno 20.

Peter Thorp, Robert Codnam, Richard Lynde, and John Florence, and Oliver Southworth, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Haryngey and Highgate. Easter Anno 20.

John Jenour and John Hilman and Richard Noke, Orwell Lee, and Isabella, his wife, John Peter, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 20.

Sir Thomas More, knight, William Rooper, Richard Stafferton, the elder, and Stephen Poncheon, and Laurence Ledam, and Alice, his wife. Premises and rent in Great Greneford. Easter Anno 20.

Roger Belamy and Robert Blakborne, clerk, and James ap Jeynkyns, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hadley and Fyncheley. Easter Anno 20.

Sir William Hawte, knight, Edward Lewkenor, esquire, Edward Chysall, Francis Godyere, and John Bramfeld and Thomas Honesdon. Land in Enfeld. Easter Anno 20.

Richard Brynkehurst, Thomas Pykemer, John Brynkehurst, the elder, John Brynkehurst, the younger, John Armatridyng, John Hunt, and William Bowrer, and Emma Colyns, widow. Premises in Uxbrige. Mention of John Harrys. Mich. Anno 20.

Thomas Forster and John Lowder, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 20.

Sir William Kyngeston, knight, Sir Henry Guldeford, knight, Sir John Gage, knight, and Lucy Browne, widow, one of the daughters and heirs of John, marquis Mountagewe. Rent in Westminster. Mich. Anno 20.

Sir George Puttenham, knight, Sir Peter Vavasor, knight, Richard Lyster, esquire, attorney of the lord the King, Andrew Sulyard, esquire, and Anthony Windesore, esquire, and Robert Markham, gentleman, and Ellen, his wife, daughter and heir of John Saperton. The manor or lordship of Lytylton, otherwise Lyttellynton, with appurtenances. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 20.

Thomas Bartlot and Simon Webbe and Edward Trace, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Hil. Anno 20.

Robert Rowe and Thomas Jakman and George Pakyngton, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises, with water mill, in Bramley. Hil. Anno 20.

Sir Thomas More, knight, Richard Staverton, the elder, and Stephen Ponchon, and John Arnolde. Premises in Hoxton. Hil. Anno 20.

The Dean or Master of the cardinal's college of the Blessed Mary in Ipswich, and Thomas Wolsey, cardinal and archbishop of York, Manors and premises in the counties of Suffolk and Norfolk; the manor of Sayes Court, in the county of Kent; and the manor of Chesthunte, and premises in Chesthunt, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 21.

Felicia Wryght, widow, and Thomas Greyn, and Agnes, his wife, daughter and one of the heirs of William Rogers, and Joan Wryght, widow, daughter and another of the heirs of the aforesaid William Rogers. Premises in Harowe and Great Greneford. Easter Anno 21.

Sir Andrew Wyndesore, knight, Sir Thomas Nevyle, knight, and John Otwell, and Thomas Stydolff and Agnes, his wife. Third part of a water mill in Stanes. Trin. Anno 21.

Thomas Barnewell, John Onley, and Richard Gybbon, and John Hacche, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Great Greneford. Trin. Anno 21.

Edmund Pekham, esquire, Paul Darrell, John Williams, and John Babbham, and John Clement, and Isabella, his wife, and Richard Nelham. Premises in Ryselypp. Trin. Anno 21.

Sir Richard Sachevevell, knight, John Alger, clerk, and Thomas Byllott, and John Danaster and Henry Wykys. Premises in Stanes, Stanwell, Assheford, and Laleham. Trin. Anno 21.

Richard Collyer, John Gowge, Richard Jervis. and John Appleyerd, and Thomas Cacher, and Matilda, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of William Toppisfeld, and Thomas Unsted, and Isabella, his wife, another daughter of the aforesaid William. Premises in Hoxton, in the parish of St. Leonard in Shordyche. Trin. Anno 21.

Edward Murgell, the elder, William Murgell, and Edward Murgell, the younger, and Blasius Lotton, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Pate, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Hakeney. Trin. Anno 21.

Thomas Robertz, John Sadler, John Stokker Jekell, and Nicholas Goodeyer, and William Frende, and Dionisia, his wife. Premises in Willesdon and Harleston. Remainders to the Robertz family. Trin. Anno 21.

John Gerrard, John Denham, Michael Asshefeld, and Agnes Tykyll, and Nicholas Spencer. Manor of Toppefeld, and land in Haryngay. Mich. Anno 21.

Harry, marquis of Exeter, . . . . Sir William Sandes, knight, Lord Sandes, Sir Thomas Cheyne, knight, Sir Richard Sandes, knight, Henry White, and Richard Andrewes, and Walter Hungerford, esquire of the body of the lord the King. A messuage called Hungerfordes Inne, and a garden next Charynge Crosse, in the county of Middlesex; and various manors and lands in the counties of Berks. and Wilts. D.C. Mich. Anno 21.

William Nicholson, and Joan, his wife, John Chaunce, Thomas Castill, Henry Goodere, and John Clampard, and William Bitter. Land in Southmymmys. Hil. Anno 21.

John Rede, John Hurlok, John Page, the younger, John Hegger, and George Vyncent, and Laurence Canon, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in the hamlet of Wembeley and Harrowe on the Hill. Easter Anno 22.

The lord the King and Thomas, cardinal, archbishop of York. One messuage, two gardens, and three acres of land, with appurtenances, in Westminster. Easter Anno 22.

Hugh Ellys, Henry Norres, esquire, Robert Norwyche, serjeant-at-law, John Holden, clerk, Richard Heryng, clerk, and John Morres, and John Kempe, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Bedfount. Easter Anno 22.

William Marten, esquire, and Thomas Fitzhugh, esquire, and Sir Michael Fyssher, knight, and Margaret, his wife, and John Spelman, sergeant-at-law, and Elizabeth, his wife. Manors and lands in the county of Suffolk, and the manor of Gonelbury, otherwise Goneldisbury, and Flamberdys, and premises in Yelyng, Oldbraynford, Harowe upon the Hill, Northall, Grenford, and in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, London, in the county of Middlesex. Remainders to the Frowyk and Spelman families. D.C. Mich. Anno 22.

Sir Edward Nevyle, knight, Sir William Sturton, knight, William Wyndesore, esquire, Roger Corbett, esquire, Elias Potter, and Nicholas Shrympton, and Henry Draper. The manor of Southmymmes, and premises in Southmymmes, in the county of Middlesex, and manors and lands in the counties of Huntingdon and Northampton. D.C. Mich. Anno 22.

Sir Edward Wotton, knight, Sir William Fynche, knight, Sir John Danet, knight, William Shelley, justice of the Bench, and Anthony Cooke, esquire, and John Kempe, and Margaret, his wife. The manor of Fawnys, and land in Bedfounte. Easter Anno 22.

Robert Hayn and Robert Holmes, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Trin. Anno 22.

Humphrey Vincent and Thomas Stevyns, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Est Acton and Braynford. Mich. Anno 22.

Sir Thomas More, knight, John Pakyngton, and Richard Staverton, gentlemen, and Stephen Ponchyon, and John More, otherwise called John Parke, son and heir of William More, and Agnes, his wife, daughter and heir of Peter Longe. Land in Wodehende, in the parish of Heyes. Remainders. Mich. Anno 22.

William Nicholson and Ralph Kempe, clerk, John Kempe, gentleman, and Giles Kempe, gentleman. Two messuages called Richemonds and Hedgelands, and land in Twykenham. Mich. Anno 22.

Thomas Kytson, Richard Austen, Robert Barfote, and William Farley, and Robert Bourghchier, and Elizabeth, his wife. A messuage in Westminster, and premises in Charsey, &c., in the county of Surrey. D.C. Easter Anno 23.

William Wyndsour, esquire, Robert Cheseman, esquire, Nicholas Whelok, clerk, and William Snell, and William Moreton, of Moreton, gentleman. Premises in Pynner, in this parish of Harrow. Easter Anno 23.

William Butte, John Danaster, Cuthbert Blakedon, William Johnson, and William Hardewyke, and Joan ap Ryce, daughter and heir of Mary Arundell, late of Westminster, widow. Premises in Stanes. Trin. Anno 23.

Sir William Fitzwilliam, knight, treasurer to the King's household, Sir William Pawlett, knight, John Pawlett, esquire, son and heir apparent of the said William, Ralph Pexsall, esquire, Christopher Moore, Alan Horde, and Thomas Stoughton, gentlemen, and Henry, marquis of Exeter, and Gertrude, his wife. The manor of Swalecliff, and twelve messuages and two mills, &c., in Swalecliff, Ickenham, Hellyngdon, Woxbridgge, Hersies, Coppydhall, and Pynchestres Ferme. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 23.

George Aleyn, citizen and skinner, of London, Nicholas Spakman, and George Conyers, and Arthur Wrightyngton, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of Robert Gayton. Premises in Stratford att Bowe and Bromeley St. Mary. Mich. Anno 23.

William Chalfounte and John Harrys and Robert Baxster, and Emma, his wife. Premises in Uxbrigge. Remainders to Henry Barnes, and Joan, his wife. Mich. Anno 23.

William Roo, and Margaret, his wife, and William Bell, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, London, Mich. Anno 23.

William Hollys, citizen and alderman, of London, John Hardy, citizen and alderman, of London, John Whyddon, Robert Dene, and John Hutton, and Sir William Hawte, knight, and Margaret, his wife. Capital messuage called Clements Inne, and premises in the parishes of St. Clements without the Bar of the New Temple, and St. Pancras. Hil. Anno 23.

Sir Humphrey Conyngesby, knight, and Sir John Porte, knight, and Thomas Billyngton, esquire, and Margaret, his wife, and John Palmer. Premises in Tottenham, Edelmylton, Bradfordbrige, in the parish of St. Pancras in the Fields, Draytun, Woxbrige, and in the parish of St. Andrew in Holbornne, next Lyverlane. Remainders to Jeremy and Elizabeth Tate. Hil. Anno 23.

Sir John Daunce, knight, Sir Edward Doune, knight, Robert Dormer, esquire, John Hughes, gentleman, and Anthony Hussey, gentleman, and Henry, marquis of Exeter, and the lady Gertrude, his wife. Premises, and one "passage," in Woxbridge. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 24.

John Parnell, citizen and draper, of London, and Catherine, his wife, and Thomas Botterell, of Edelmeton, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, Ellen Stodarde, widow, and George Falley. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 24.

Nicholas Gravenoure and Henry, earl of Worcester, and the lady Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes and of St. Mary le Strond. Easter Anno 24.

Robert Wroth, esquire, Richard Clerk, gentleman, Thomas Ogeborure, clerk, Richard Bacun, and John Stabrank, and Henry, marquis of Exeter, and the lady Gertrude, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Warranty against John [abbot] of Westminster. Easter Anno 23.

Roger Chomeley, serjeant-at-law, Robert Wroth, esquire, John Densell, serjeant-at-law, Richard Belamy, John Fox, and George Oglander, and Henry, marquis of Exeter, and the lady Gertrude, his wife. The manor of Dyphams, and premises in Edelmeton. Warranty against John, abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 24.

Giles Brigges, citizen and draper, of London, Anthony Brigges, gentleman, and Thomas Monoux, gentleman, and Margaret Fox. Premises in Edelmeton Trin. Anno 24.

Henry Horne, citizen and grocer, of London, John Smyth, and Thomas Pryme, and Edmund Horne, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Padyngton. Trin. Anno 24.

Sir Thomas Audeley, knight, keeper of the Great Seal, Thomas Barnardiston, esquire, and John Crystmas, esquire, and Edward Elryngton, esquire. Premises in Shordyche, Islyngton, and Hoggeston, and the advowson of the chantry in the parish church of Shordyche. Trin. Anno 24.

Nicholas Leveson, Robert Wroth, esquire, James Leveson, and Guy Trafford, and Alexander Meryng, and Juliana, his wife. Land in Iselton. Trin. Anno 24.

Roger Barker, and Joan, his wife, and Edward Elryngton, gentleman. Ten acres of pasture in Shordiche. Mich. Anno 24.

Nicholas Serle, Thomas Armerer, Laurence Serle, and Thomas Austen, and John Williams, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Hoxton and Fynnesbury, in the parish of St. Giles without Crepulgate, London. Mich. Anno 24.

Sir Richard Sacheverell, knight, John Algar, clerk, and Thomas Byllott, and Thomas Stydolffe, esquire, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Stanes, Stanwell, Assheford, Laleham, and Egham. Warranty against Robert, abbot of St. Albans. Mich. Anno 24.

John Hynde, serjeant-at-law, George Hynde, and Ralph Foxley, and Edward Elryngton, gentleman. Premises in Shordiche. Mich. Anno 24.

Edward Stokewodde, Thomas Turpyn, Vincent Cokston, and Roger Cooke, and John Goodegrome, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Laleham. Warranty against Robert, abbot of St. Albans. Mich. Anno 24.

Robert Oved, William Slepe, and John Popson, and John Fynche, and Margaret, his wife. A messuage in Uxbrigge. Mich. Anno 24.

Ralph Waren, citizen and alderman, of London, and John Lyte, son and heir of Thomas Lyte, late of Lytescary, in the county of Somerset, esquire, deceased, and Edith, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Mich. Anno 24.

William Sulyard, esquire, Ralph Waren, citizen and alderman, of London, Robert Wrothe, esquire, Robert Chidley, gentleman, John Judde, gentleman, and William Wilkenson, and Henry, marquis of Exeter, and the lady Gertrude, his wife. The manors of Edelmeton, Saysbur, and Canstons, and land in Edelmeton. Warranty against Robert, abbot of St. Albans. Mich. Anno 24.

John Bishopp, clerk, John Chauncy, John Stokker Jekell, and William Wasse, and Roger Peryman, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Hil. Anno 24.

Thomas Todyngton, and Margaret, his wife, and John Goodyng, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hokkeston. Hil. Anno 24.

James Leveson and John Offeley and Thomas Offeley, and Joan, his wife. Land in Hackeney. Hil. Anno 24.

Robert Downes, citizen and grocer, of London, and Thomas Evans, and Isabella, his wife, John Lawrence, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Mounken Hadley and Edlemeton, in the county of Middelsex, and premises in the county of Herts. Warranty against Robert, abbot of the monastery of St. Albans. D.C. Easter Anno 25.

John Densell, serjeant-at-law, John Skewys, Thomas Daniell (?) [Damell,] and Edward Handebery, and Roger Foster, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Easter Anno 25.

William Butte, John Danaster, Cuthbert Blakeden, William Johnson, and William Hardewyke, and William Colyns. Premises in Stanes. Warranty against Robert, abbot of St. Albans. Easter Anno 25.

Thomas Turpyn, gentleman, Edward Stokwood, gentleman, Richard Cassenet, Nicholas Nyghtyngale, and Thomas Duffeld, and William Shelton, gentleman, and Jeremy Shelton, gentleman. Six messuages in Westminster. Warranty against Robert, abbot of St. Albans. Easter Anno 25.

John Clyfford and Thomas Brocas. Premises in Totenham and Edelmeton. Easter Anno 25.

Thomas Warner, of London, draper, and Agnes, his wife, Thomas Darnewell, gentleman, Thomas Mayhew, Thomas Raynold, 'clothwerker,' Hugh Cherche, 'wodmonger,' Adam Owtlawe, 'maryner,' and Robert Hookynngs, 'talowchaundeler,' and William Goddard, merchant of the staple of Calais, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon. Easter Anno 25.

John Wysse, John Sympson, John Curteys, Adam Pylkyngton, gentleman, and Thomas Greyne, and Christopher Grantham, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Fynnysbury, in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate, London. Trin. Anno 25.

John Wilford, Roger Chomeley, serjeant-at-law, Edward Mountague, serjeant-at-law, John Clough, John Reve, and William Blakwall, and Robert Downes, citizen and grocer, of London, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Mounken Hadley and Edlemeton, in the county of Middelsex, and premises in the county of Herts. D.C. Trin. Anno 25.

Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and John Dunce, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Roger Dunce. Premises in Est Grenewych in the county of Kent, and in Whytechapell. D.C. Mich. Anno 25.

William Portman, esquire, Richard Pollard, gentleman, George Hadley (?), gentleman, Thomas Robertys, gentleman, Henry Dygby, gentleman, and Robert Lylly, and William Chalkhyll, the elder, William Chalkhyll, the younger, and Thomas Warnar, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Kyngesbury and Harrowe on the Hill. Warranty against the abbot of the monastery of the Blessed Mary of Towrehyll. Mich. Anno 25.

John Randyson, William Was, and Thomas Hardy, and John Trulove, of the parish of Dagnam, in the county of Essex, yeoman, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Wyllesdon and Harleston. Mich. Anno 25.

John Cottes and Thomas Awbre, otherwise Legh, and Anne, his wife, daughter and heir of Sir William Tyler, knight. Premises in Bedfount, Twykenhame, and Istelworth. Mich. Anno 25.

Henry Jamys and Robert Gode, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hownslo. Hil. Anno 25.

John Danaster, William Goodyere, Nicholas Goodyere, Vincent Cokston, Nicholas Durdaunt, Roger Coke, John Burnoppe, and William Newton, and John Rawlyns, otherwise called John Yong. Premises in Westminster and St. Martin in the Fields, next Charyng Crosse. Hil. Anno 25.

John Danaster, esquire, Robert Hamond, and Gregory Lovell, and Anthony Birkkys, gentleman. Premises in Drayton and Harlyngton, in the county of Middelsex, and premises in the county of Surrey. D.C. Hil. Anno 25.

John Alen and William Blytheman, 'clotheworke,' and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, in Goldyng Lane. Easter Anno 26.

Edward Stokwood, Vincent Boxton, William Hale, and Richard Hale, and John Goodgrome, and Matilda, his wife. Land in Pentyhoke, Longdeane, and Shortedeane, in Stanes and Laleham. Easter Anno 26.

William Claybrok, Nicholas Cleybrok, and Stephen Cleybrok, and Henry West, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hamyrsmyth, in the parish of Fulham. Easter Anno 26.

Robert Deane and John Hutton and Nicholas Grene, and Margaret, his wife. Premises at Eton, in the county of Bucks., and a messuage in the parish of St. Martin le graunde, London. D.C. Trin. Anno 26.

John Reynold, John Gressam, William Locke, Philip Meredyth, and Hugh Mathewold, and Roderick Johans, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Trin. Anno 26.

Robert Dacres and Thomas Polsted and Richard Gressham, citizen and mercer, of London, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Stevenhyth. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Trin. Anno 26.

John Wykham and Christopher Dogeson and William Cawell, and Margaret, his wife, a kinswoman and heir of Margaret Aylward. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 26.

William Wasse, Humphrey Vyncent, and John Pollet, the younger, and John Trulove, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Willesdon and Harleston. Warranty against the abbot of the monastery of Ramsey. Trin. Anno 26.

John Warecop and William Bawdewyn, and Catherine, his wife. Land in the parish of St. Catherine, near the Tower of London. Mich. Anno 26.

Thomas Carter, esquire, Francis Pygott, esquire, Robert Cheyney, esquire, William Barker, esquire, Thomas Woodeford, and John Barker, and George Bulstrode, and Joan, his wife. The manor of Cleremont, and premises in Cleremont, Stanwell, and Stanys, in the county of Middelsex; also the manors of Chalvey, &c., in the county of Bucks. D.C. Mich. Anno 26.

John Densell, serjeant-at-law, and Thomas Forde. Premises in Hendon. Mich. Anno 26.

John Densell, serjeant-at-law, Robert Drury, William Heydon, John Danester, Clement Heigham, esquires, and Jeremy Heydon, gentleman, and Robert Shordyche, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Ickenham and Hillyngdon. Mich. Anno 26.

Oliver Richardson, Roger Pynchester, William Rest, and Robert Austyn, and Thomas Brewnyng, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Goldynglane, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate. Mich. Anno 26.

Laurence Foster, and William Peterson, and Richard Cotton, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon. Mich. Anno 26.

Richard Busby, Thomas Hukkell, William Taylour, and Richard Belcher, and Henry Barnes, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Uxbrigge. Warranty against the abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 26.

John Charley, Robert Lynk, and Henry Bright, and John Combe, and Ellen, his wife. Land in Sunbery. Hil. Anno 26.

John Wilford, John Clough, John Reve, and William Blakwell, and William Rydlyngton, and Margery, his wife. Land in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 26.

William Roode and Albany Goodere. Premises in Westone and Frerenbarnet, in the county of Middelsex, and St. Albans, in the county of Herts. D.C. Hil. Anno 26.

William Betelcom, William Messurrer, and William Haveland, and Thomas Awbrey, otherwise Ley, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Bedfount, Tewkenam, and Istylworth. Easter Anno 27.

Robert Hamond, Robert Curson, and Gregory Lovell, and Richard Grenewode, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hampton on Thames. Easter Anno 27.

John Sadler, John Askewe, Thomas Lyncoln, and Richard Poynter, and John Raymond, gentleman, and Bridget, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. N. Trin. Anno 27.

Thomas Norwood, John Clerk, Richard Rodyng, and John Strudder, son and heir of John Strudder, late of Thetford. Premises in Harrow. N. Trin. Anno 27.

Michael Dormer, Ambrose Dauntesey, William Wyllyngton, William Lambart, and James Bolney, and Arthur Wrightyngton, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Gayton. Premises in Stratford att Bowe and Brambelegh. N. Trin. Anno 27.

Thomas Cutbert and Simon Cornysshe, and Elizabeth, his wife. A messuage and two curtilages called "le Maydys Hedde," in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without Newgate. L. N. Trin. Anno 27.

John Balle and William Farnysyde, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Uxbrige. Mich. Anno 27.

William Peghan and Sir Roger Cholmeley, of Rokysby, knight, and William Cholmeley, esquire. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon. Hil. Anno 27.

The King and Henry, earl of Northumberland. The honour of Petworth, and various manors and premises in the counties of Sussex, Somerset, Lincoln, and Dorset; also premises in Haknay, Totenham, and Stebynhith, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Hil. Anno 27.

The King and Sir Reginald Carnaby, knight. Premises in Hakney, Totenham, and Stevenhythe. Hil. Anno 27.

William Barker, Ambrose Barker, and John Barker, and Edward Fox. Premises and free fishery in the Thames at Chiswyk. Easter Anno 28.

William Kyrton, Robert Bradbury, Richard Baily, John Stanborowe, and Roger Edlyn, and John Wylde. Premises in Harfeld and Ryselypp. Easter Anno 28.

Edward Stokwoode, John Danastere, esquire, Nicholas Goodere, gentleman, and William Hale, gentleman, Vincent Cokston, and Nicholas Durdaunt, and William Puson, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Easter Anno 28.

William Berde, 'fysshemonger,' of London, and Robert Sharpe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in the parish of Totenham. Trin. Anno 28.

William Burnynghyll and Francis Cokyn, esquire, and Dorothy, his wife, daughter and heir of Thomas Marowe. Messuages in "Pety Wales," in the parish of All Saints, Berkyng, London. Mich. Anno 28.

John Millet and Edmund Murse, and Joan, his wife, and George Millet, and Emma, his wife. Premises in Great Greneford. Mich. Anno 28.

Sir Richard Lyster, knight, chief baron of the Exchequer, and Sir John Spelman, knight, one of the justices of the Common Pleas, and Sir Antony Fitzherbert, knight, one of the justices of the King's Bench, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Hakeney. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 28.

John Danaster, esquire, and Christiana Norres, widow. Premises in Egewar. Remainders. Hil. Anno 28.

John Charley and John Combe, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Sunbery. Hil. Anno 28.

John Danaster, esquire, and Edward Stokwood, the elder. Premises in the parishes of St. Mary in Stronde, St. Clement Danes, St. Giles, and St. Andrew in Holborne. Remainders. Hil. Anno 28.

John Robynson and William Myller, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. N. Easter Anno 29.

Hamo Amcottes, citizen and stockfishmonger, of London, and Robert Smyth, citizen and fishmonger, of London, and Lucy, his wife. Premises in Stebenhyth. N. Easter Anno 29.

William Whyte, clerk, and Francis Goodeyere, esquire, and Ursula, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes. N. Easter Anno 29.

Henry Myllet and John Myllet, son and heir of Richard Mylett. Premises in Sudbury, in the parish of Harrowe. N. Easter Anno 29.

Richard Redyng and Thomas Norwood and John Worssop, and Letitia, his wife. Premises in Harrow on the Hill. N. Easter Anno 29.

The King and John, abbot of St. Peter of Chertesey. Land in Stanwell, the rectory and advowson of Stanwell, and messuages in London; and various manors and lands in the counties of Surrey and Berks. D.C. Trin. Anno 29.

John Gerrard and George Bene and Edward Elryngton, esquire, and Grace, his wife. Premises in Hoggesdon and Shordyche, in the county of Middlesex; and various manors and lands in the counties of Essex and Gloucester. D.C. Trin. Anno 29.

John Jenour and Randolph Hall and John Hall, and Catherine, his wife. The manor of Pitteshanger, and premises in Pitteshanger, Sudbury, Gelyng, Hendon, Harrowe, Grenefeld Grene, and Acton. Remainders to Thomas Webbe, son of the aforesaid Catherine, &c. Trin. Anno 29.

John Sadeler, William Bodley, and Eliseus Bodley, clerk, and John Trulove, and Elizabeth, his wife, Thomas Whitberd, and Cecilia, his wife, Margery Cocke, widow, and Henry Grove. Premises in Willesdon, Harleston, and Kylborn. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Trin Anno 29.

Edmund Adam and William Hancok, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 29.

William Staunford and John James, son and heir of Robert James. Two messuages in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Mention of Christopher Wotton, and Juliana, his wife. Trin. Anno 29.

John Dorset and John Danester, esquire. Land in Colbroke and Stanwell. Warranty against William Trubody, Thomas Trubody, and William Squyrry. Trin. Anno 29.

The King and Robert, prior of St. Pancras, of Lewes, in the county of Sussex. Premises in London and Westminster, and various manors and lands in the counties of Sussex, Surrey, Cambridge, Norfolk, Essex, Leicester, Hertford, Devon, Kent, Wilts, Lincoln, Suffolk, and York. D.C. Mich. Anno 29.

The King and Thomas, prior of the Blessed Mary of Castelacre. A rent in Westminster, and various manors and lands in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincoln, Essex, and Cambridge. D.C. Mich. Anno 29.

John Preest and Robert Grubbe, yeoman, and Mary, his wife. Land in Suthmymmys. Mich. Anno 29.

William Rolffe and John Hamand, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Enveld (sic). Mich. Anno 29.

James Nedeham, esquire, and Francis Gooddere, esquire, and Ursula, his wife. Land in Southmymys. Hil. Anno 29.

The King and Thomas, abbot of the monastery of the Blessed Mary of Abendon. The manor, with rectory and advowson, of Kensyngton, and premises in Kensyngton, the Strand, and Westminster; and various manors and lands in the counties of Berks, Oxford, and Gloucester. D.C. Hil. Anno 29.

The King and the abbot of the monastery of the Blessed Mary of Coggeshall, otherwise Coxhall. Premises in the parish of All Saints "ad Fenam," in the ward of Dowgate and the parish of Botolph, without Algate, London; and various manors and lands in the counties of Essex and Suffolk. D.C. Hil. Anno 29.

The King and John Dobbys, abbot of the monastery of the Blessed Mary of Boxley. Premises in the parishes of St. Mary Axe and St. Michaels, in Cornehill, London; and various manors and lands in the counties of Kent and Surrey. D.C. Hil. Anno 29.

Walter Marshe and Simon Whyte, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Hil. Anno 29.

James Nedam, esquire, and Walter Marsshe, and Elinor, his wife. Premises in Southmymys. Hil. Anno 29.

The King and Thomas, bishop of Ipswich, commander and prior of the monastery (sic) of the Blessed Mary of Butteley. Premises in the parish of St. Stephen, Old Jewry, and the rectory and advowson of St. Stephen, Old Jewry; and various manors and lands in the counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, Lincoln, and Essex. D.C. Easter Anno 30.

The King and William More, clerk, commander of the monastery of St. James de Walden. The manor of Hadley, and premises in Hadley, Edelmeton, Enfeld, and South Mymmes, and the rectories and advowsons of the vicarages of Edelmeton, Enfeld, and South Mymmes. Premises in London, and various manors and lands in the counties of Essex, Cambridge, Northampton, Warwick, Suffolk, Hertford, and Oxford. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. D.C. Easter Anno 30.

William Fox and William Harryson, and Isabella, his wife, and Nicholas Lowen, and Thomasina, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 30.

John Stephyns and Robert Beachamp, and Anne, his wife, daughter and heir of William Pytter. Premises in Hatton, in the parish of Estbedfounte. Easter Anno 30.

Thomas Wylkynson and Geoffrey Chamber, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Great Stanmer, and premises in Great Stanmer, and also advowson of the parish church of Great Stanmer. Easter Anno 30.

William Bowyer, alderman of the city of London, and Margaret, countess of Salisbury, and Sir Henry Poole, knight, Lord Mountague, otherwise called Henry Poole, Lord de Monte Acuto. The manor of Wike, and premises in Hakeney and Stebenheth. Trin. Anno 30.

Willliam Blakwell, and Margaret, his wife, and William Mayo, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 30.

Thomas Asseby and Nicholas Bollard. Premises in Herefeld. Mention of Margaret Bray, widow. Trin. Anno 30.

Edward Elryngton, esquire, and Grace, his wife, and Thomas Seymer. Premises in Hogesdon, in the county of Middlesex, and various manors and lands in the counties of Essex and Gloucester. D.C. Trin. Anno 30.

The King and William, abbot of the monastery of the Blessed Mary of Stratford. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, St. Andrew Undershaft, and the Blessed Mary Wolmer, in London, and various manors and lands in the counties of Essex and Kent. D.C. Mich. Anno 30.

Sir Thomas Audley, knight, lord chancellor, Sir Thomas Crumwell, K.G., Lord Crumwell, Sir William Poulett, and Sir John Russell, the elder, knight, and Sir Edmund Bray, knight, Lord Bray, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of Stronde, in the county of Middlesex, and various manors and lands in the counties of Surrey, Worcester, Warwick, Oxford, Devon, and Cornwall. Remainders. D.C. Mich. Anno 30.

Humphrey Dymmoke, the younger, and Humphrey Dymmoke, the elder, esquire, and Christina, his wife. The manors of Rosamondys Lanes and Coffers, alias Cofferers, and premises in Rosamondys Lanes and Coffers, alias Cofferers, in the county of Middlesex, and manors and lands in the county of Warwick. D.C. Mich. Anno 30.

John Dyxis and John Selby, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Hanworth. Mich. Anno 30.

Richard Haddon and Thomas Godyngton, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hoxston. Mich. Anno 30.

John Charley and John Combe, and Eleanor, his wife. Premises in Charlyngton. Mich. Anno 30.

Sir Roger Cholmeley, knight, serjeant-at-law, and Thomas Wyndam, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Shordyche. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 30.

Richard Harreyong, gentleman, and John Chaunterell, and Aveline, his wife, and George Kelefett, of London, mercer. Premises in Hoxton. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 30.

Rowland Shakelady and George Stokes, gentleman, and Clementia, his wife. Land in Cowlyhall and Hyllyngdon, called Oldfelde and Fyrsen Close. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 30.

William Staunford, of London, gentleman, and Robert Hawkes. The manor of Dyphams, and premises in Edelmeton, Fyncheley, and Uxbrigge. Hil. Anno 30.

Thomas Typlady, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Lawrence Foxley, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Towerhill, in the parish of St. Botulph, without Algate, London. Easter Anno 31.

Robert Dacres and Henry, earl of Worcester, and Elizabeth, his wife. Manors and land in the county of Herts.; also premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, London, and of the Blessed Mary of Stronde, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Easter Anno 31.

Nicholas Goodere, gentleman, and Edward Stokwood, gentleman, and Avice, his wife. Land in Hendon and Egewar. Easter Anno 31.

John Gyrnyll, the elder, and Thomas Maughwen, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Little Stanmer. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Easter Anno 31.

John Dyxson and Edward Stokwood, and Avice (?), his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Easter Anno 31.

Thomas Assheby and William Culpeper, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Herefyld, and free fishery in the water of Colney. Easter Anno 31.

Sir Antony Wyngfeld, knight, and William Grene, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Stebenhith. Trin. Anno 31.

John Lymsey, esquire, and Margaret, his wife, and John Heron, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. The moiety of the moiety of the manor of Cotes, and premises in the county of Essex; and the moiety of a messuage and land in Hakney, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Trin. Anno 31.

John Wilford and Peter Fyge, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enveld and Edmunton. Mich. Anno 31.

John Themylby and Andrew Fraunces, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in "Barbycane," in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, in the suburbs of London. Mich. Anno 31.

William Blakwell and John Hunnesdon, of Bellyscrosse, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 31.

Humphrey Dymmoke, the younger, and Humphrey Dymmoke, the elder, and Christina, his wife. The manors of Rosamondes Lanes, and Coffers, otherwise Cofferers, and premises in Fullam, Rosamondes Lanes, and Coffers, otherwise Cofferers. Mich. Anno 31.

William Lovell, and Agnes, his wife, and Joan West, widow, John Hart, and Thomas Dalton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Mich. Anno 31.

Adam Beston and Henry Unthanke. Two messuages in Westminster. Mich. Anno 31.

John Grymston and William Staunford, of London, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Dyphams, and premises in Edelmeton. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 31.

Thomas Armerer and Thomas Wyndham, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Stebenhyth. Mich. Anno 31.

William Staunford, of London, gentleman, and Robert Hawkes, and Anne, his wife. The manor of Dyphams, and premises in Edelmeton and Fyncheley. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Mich. Anno 31.

Robert Astry, otherwise Lorkyn, and Margaret, his wife, and Robert Hawkys, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 31.

Thomas Swalowe and Edward Trace, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster. Mich. Anno 31.

John Freeman and Thomas Maynwaryng and William Culpeper, and Mary, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Andrew and St. Giles, and in the wards of Aldegate and Crepulgate, London. L. Mich. Anno 31.

John Machell and Richard Browne, and Isabella, his wife, Thomas Lappam, and Margaret, his wife, and William Cook, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 31.

Henry Gaffeney and William Staunford, gentleman, and Christopher Wotton, and Juliana, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Clement [Danes,] London. Warranty against William, abbot of Westminster. Hil. Anno 31.

[There are no London or Middlesex Fines for Easter 32, Henry VIII.]

Robert Good and William Danaster, and Matilda, his wife, daughter and heir of Roger North. Premises in Stanwell. Trin. Anno 32.

James Stansdale, otherwise Pees, and Henry Hausley, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hyllyngdon, Uxbrigge, and Collam. Trin. Anno 32.

William Awnsham and Thomas Dewell. Premises in Heston. Mention of Alice Danby, widow. Trin. Anno 32.

John Mersshe, gentleman, and John Robynson, and Agnes, his wife, and Nicholas Hewett, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Trin. Anno 32.

Robert Fowler, esquire, and Sir William Sandes, knight, Lord Sandes, and Thomas Sandes, esquire, son and heir apparent of the aforesaid William. The manor of Bernersbury, otherwise Iseldon Berners, otherwise Barnardesbury; and premises in Iseldon, otherwise Islynton Holwey, and Hyghgate. Trin. Anno 32.

John Hughes, esquire, and Richard Bullock, and Alice, his wife, Thomas Bullock, and John Roys. The manor of Geddyng, otherwise called Yeddyngesmaner, and premises in Yeddyng and Heese. Trin. Anno 32.

William Amery and George Stokes, gentleman, and Clementia, his wife. Land in Hyllyngdon. Trin. Anno 32.

Edmund Sowthend, and Richard Antony and William Amerey, and Agatha, his wife. Land in Hyllyngdon. Trin. Anno 32.

Richard Byrtte, John Hall, and John Mosse, and Francis Goodere, esquire, and Ursula, his wife. Land in Southmymmys. Trin. Anno 32.

Thomas Brampston and Thomas Hardres, esquire, and Mary, his wife, late the wife of John Brampston, deceased. Premises in the county of Kent, also in Stebynhith, alias Steppenhith, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Mich. Anno 32.

William Blakwall and Edward Nycoll, and Thomasina, his wife. Land in the county of Herts., and premises in Hendon, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Hil. Anno 32.

Richard Dodde and Edward Stockwood, and Avice, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Hil. Anno 32.

John Huchyn, and John Wyse, and Edward Stokwood, and Avice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, next Charyng Crosse. Hil. Anno 32.

Robert Bowyer and Thomas Wyndam, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises called Haresmershe, and land in the parish of St. Mary of Matfelon, otherwise Whitchapell, without Algate, London, Stebynhyth, otherwise Stepney, and Hackeney. Hil. Anno 32.

Thomas Lofte (Loste ?), Thomas Kyng, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 32.

John Rede and Edward Stokwood, and Avice, his wife. Premises in Edgeware, in the parish of Little Stanmore. Mention of Christiana Norres, widow. Hil. Anno 32.

Humphrey Eynes and Joyce Eynes, widow. Land in the county of Worcester, and a messuage in London. D.C. Easter Anno 33.

Richard Byrtt, and Thomas Sharpe and John Anseley, and Mary, his wife. Land in Southmymmys. Easter Anno 33.

Thomas Blande, gentleman, and Thomas Saunders, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Uxbrige. Easter Anno 33.

Robert Lord, otherwise Laward, and George Massy, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 33.

Guy Trafford, esquire, and William Bolles, esquire, and Lucy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shoredyche. Easter Anno 33.

Lewis Lawrens and Wolfram Kingston, and Clementia, his wife. Land in Aysshefordfyld, in the parish of Stanes. Easter Anno 33.

John Chamber, clerk, and Robert Dykevall. Premises in the counties of Norfolk, Surrey, and Kent; and the manor of Growebarnes, and premises in Stanes, Stanwell, and Lalum, in the county of Middelsex. Warranty against the dean and chapter of the cathedral church of St. Paul, London. D.C. Easter Anno 33.

Clement Smyth and Thomas Frogenhall, son and heir apparent of Alexander Frogenhall, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Eight messuages and eight cottages in London. L. Easter Anno 33.

Thomas Shaa, esquire, and John Bowes, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife. Land in Stebinhithe, Hackeney, and Stratford at Bowe. Trin. Anno 33.

Nicholas Askewe and Thomas Unsted, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Enveld. Trin. Anno 33.

Richard Courtes, son of Richard Courtes, and Thomas Courtes, citizen and "pewterer," of London. Premises in Edmonton. Trin. Anno 33.

John Dorsett and John Thomson, and Joan, his wife. Land in Stanwell. Trin. Anno 33.

Richard Bydwell and John Charlys and Guy Wade. Premises and fishery in Stratford at Bowe. Remainders to the wife of said Guy. Trin. Anno 33.

Edward Saunders, esquire, serjeant-at-law, and John Conyngesby, esquire, and Humphrey Conyngesby, esquire. Four messuages and a garden in the parish of St. Dunstan in le West, London. L. Mich. Anno 33.

Edward Saunders, esquire, serjeant-at-law, and John Conyngesby, esquire, and Humphrey Conyngesby, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Aldnam and Tybberdys, in the county of Herts., and land in Stanmer, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Mich. Anno 33.

Robert Ederiche and Edward Ederiche. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 33.

Francis Goodere, esquire, and John Ansley, and Mary, his wife. Land in Southmymms. Mich. Anno 33.

Robert Fletewood, and Joan, his wife, and Roland Skakelady (sic), and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Collom, Cowley Hall, and Hyllington. Mich. Anno 33.

William Churcheman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Robert Grene, gentleman. Land in Popley and Stebnheth, otherwise Stepney. Mich. Anno 33.

William Walker and John Ansley, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Southmymys. Mich. Anno 33.

Ralph, earl of Westmoreland, and the lady Katherine, his wife, and William Bowles, gentleman, and Letitia, his wife. A messuage and garden in the parish of St. Olave, next the Tower of London. L. Hil. Anno 33.

William Daunsey, citizen and alderman, of London, and Sir Robert Kyrkeam, knight. A messuage in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Hil. Anno 33.

Thomas Myddelton, citizen and skinner, of London, and Margaret, his wife, and Edmund Adam. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 33.

John Mosse, Richard Brytt, and Simon Flexmer, and Francis Goodere, esquire, and Ursula, his wife. Premises in Southmymes. Hil. Anno 33.

John Chaunterell, gentleman, and Alice, his wife, and Edmund Pekham, esquire, and Anne, his wife, and Robert Pekham, son and heir apparent of the said Edmund. Premises in the parishes of St. Andrew and St. Giles of the Lepers, in Holbourn. Hil. Anno 33.

Henry Hubberthorne, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Sir Ralph Sadlyer, knight. Premises and mill and free fishery in Bromley. Mention of Ellen, wife of the said Sir Ralph. Hil. Anno 33.

John Brent, brother of Richard Brent, deceased, and Alan Brent, Richard Nicholle, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Nuttyng, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Remainders to the Brent family. Hil. Anno 33.

George Medley and Thomas Wyndham, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Norton-Folgate, otherwise Norton-Follyott. Hil. Anno 33.

Robert Laward, otherwise Loorde, and Henry Maye, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 34.

William Mounselowe, and Agnes, his wife, and Thomas Adynggrove, and Anne, his wife. Premises in White Crosse Streate, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Mention of Thomas Harreys, and Cecilia, his wife. Easter Anno 34.

John Cordell and William Garard, and Joan, his wife. Land in Enfeld. Easter Anno 34.

John Chauncy, gentleman, and John Manfeld, gentleman. Premises in Ikenham, Uxebredge, Colbroke, and Harfeld. Remainder to Mary, wife of the said John Manfeld. Easter Anno 34.

Henry Grenewood and John Hall, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Wynsmore Hill, in the parish of Edmunton. Easter Anno 34.

Thomas Fouler and William Fouler, and Margaret, his wife. The manor of Barnesbery, and premises in Barnesbery, Islyngton, and Hyegat. Easter Anno 34.

John Hall, citizen and goldsmith, of London, and Oliver Richardson, citizen and grocer, of London, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepelgate, London. Easter Anno 34.

Richard Nicholle and Nicholas Askew, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Land called Mayes Mede, otherwise Bownes Mede, in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 34.

William Rastell and John Heywood, and Joan, his wife, and Christopher Stubbe, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Totneham, otherwise Totenham. Trin. Anno 34.

John Barker and Hugh Lewys, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Trin. Anno 34.

John Bysshop, clerk, and Thomas Robertz. Premises in Kyngesbury. Mich. Anno 34.

Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and John Dounce. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfellon, called "Whyte Chapell parysshe." Mich. Anno 34.

Henry Clerke and John Prest, and Alice, his wife. Land in Southmymmys. Mich. Anno 34.

William Etys and Anthony Cole, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Stebenheth, otherwise Stepney. Mich. Anno 34.

The King and Thomas Kynge, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Felde, and Alice, his wife, and Joan Godarde, widow. Land in Endefeld. Mich. Anno 34.

William Walker and John Annesley, and Mary, his wife. Land in Southmymmes. Mich. Anno 34.

Christopher Thomson, gentleman, and William Newyngton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parishes of Laleham, Lyttylton, and Stanes. Mich. Anno 34.

The King and John Smytheson, and Joan, his wife, William Hundesden, and Joan, his wife, Richard Sharpe, and Alice, his wife, Richard Browne, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Gerarde, and Joan, his wife. Land in Endefeld. Mich. Anno 34.

Nicholas Goodyere, gentleman, and Edward Stokwod, and Avice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, and in Knyghtisbridge, Monken Hadley, Harnesey, Northall, and Greneford. Mich. Anno 34.

John Bysshop, clerk, and Thomas Robertz. Premises called Erleches, in Harleston, Willesdon, and Fullham. Mich. Anno 34.

Richard Dove, gentleman, and Walter Broune, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Braynford. Mention of Roger Hom. Mich. Anno 34.

Richard Calard and Robert Foster, esquire, and George Foster, gentleman. Premises in Holowey, and Tolyngton, in the parish of Iseldon. Mich. Anno 34.

The King and Geoffrey Chamber, esquire, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Great Stanmer, and premises with windmill, in Great Stanmer, Little Stanmer, and Harrowe; also the advowson of the parish church of Great Stanmer, in the county of Middelsex; premises in Essex, and premises in the parish of St. Sepulchre, in the ward of Faryngton without, London. D.C. Mich. Anno 34.

Leonard Yeo, and Armonilla, his wife, and John Broke, and Richard Day, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Fulk Apowell, and Joan, his wife. Land in the counties of Essex and Herts.; and premises in Enfeld, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Mich. Anno 34.

Sir Thomas Audeley, knight, Lord Audley de Walden, lord chancellor, and Thomas Shawe, esquire, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Stepneth, and Oldford, in the counties of Middelsex and Essex. D.C. Mich. Anno 34.

Henry Goodere and James Nedeham, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Southmymys. Hil. Anno 34.

Roger Holte and Matthew Wydmerpole. Premises in Goldynglane, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Hil. Anno 34.

John Marshe and Henry Jermyn, and Mary, his wife. Land in Tottenham. Easter Anno 35.

Ralph Bartelet and Thomas Pytney, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Heston. Trin. Anno 35.

William Greyne and Walter Asshebyn, and Margaret, his wife, and Laurence Asshebyn. A messuage and garden in London. L. Trin. Anno 35.

Robert Ederyche and Edward Ederiche. Premises in Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 35.

The King and Robert Whyte, esquire. The manor of Nuttyngbars, and premises in Kensyngton, Paddyngton, and Chelsey. Hil. Anno 35.

Richard Westbury, and Margaret, his wife, and William Gate, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 35.

Thomas Sclater, clerk, and Henry Lee, and Thomas Bradley, and Thomasina, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Dunstan, "in West Fletstrete," (sic), London. Hil. Anno 35.

John Franke and Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Est Smythfeld and "Seynt Botolphe." Hil. Anno 35.

Richard Ferror, citizen and grocer, of London, and Lionel Bygons, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Hil. Anno 35.

William Cowper, and Cecilia, his wife, and William Burnell, and Constance, his wife. A capital messuage called Muswell Farme, and land in the parish of Clerkenwell and Harnesey, and the site of a certain chapel, in the said parish, now dissolved, lately called "Muswell Chapell." Hil. Anno 35.

William Hobson and Richard Markham, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Totnam, and Edelmeton, otherwise Edmondton. Hil. Anno 35.

The King and Sir William Wyndesore, knight, Lord Wyndesore. The manor of Stanwell, and premises in Stanwell, Westbedfounte, Hamondes otherwise Tycheborn, Cleremondes, Poyle Parke, Fawnes, Heeston, Istelworth, Hyllyngdon, Stanes, Laleham, and Cowley, and the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Stanwell, and premises in the counties of Buckingham, Berks., Southampton, and Surrey. D.C. Hil. Anno 35.

Roger Paddy, and Margery, his wife, and Katherine Tattershall, widow. Four messuages in London, in the parish of St. Margaret in "Newe Fysshestrete"; two messuages in "Seynt Bennettysfyncke," and "Seynt Martynes Owtwyche," in the county of the city of London; three messuages and one garden in the parish of St. Clement Danes, in the county of Middelsex; and premises in the counties of Surrey, Dorset, and Warwick. D. C. Easter Anno 36.

John Mersshe, gentleman, and Alice, his wife, and William Woode, and Bridget, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Easter Anno 36.

Stephen Waldyng, and Alice, his wife, and William Sewster, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hoxton, Totenham, and Schordiche. Easter Anno 36.

John Myllet and Richard Rowse, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Norwode. Easter Anno 36.

Richard Byrt and Francis Goodyer, esquire, and Ursula, his wife. Land in South Mymmes. Easter Anno 36.

John Aleyn, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Sewster, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hoxton, Totenham, and Shordiche. Easter Anno 36.

Ralph Flaxmore, and Joan, his wife, and John Annesley, and Mary, his wife. Land in South Mymmes. Easter Anno 36.

Thomas Shurley and William Hill and Robert Akygh, the elder. Premises in Harrowe and Pynnor. Easter Anno 36.

John Long and Thomas Dignaine and William Oxston, otherwise Fox, and Joan, his wife, and John Forster, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Edgware. Trin. Anno 36.

Thomas Archer, gentleman, and Robert Hawkes, and Anne, his wife. A messuage called "le Cok," and a garden in Turmelstrete, in the parish of Clerkynwell. Trin. Anno 36.

John Bell, clerk, and John Tregonwell, esquire, and Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and Mary, his wife. A messuage, garden, orchard, stable, and watercourse flowing from the aqueduct, called "le grete Condyte," to the Charterhouse, and thence to the aforesaid messuage, in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate, London. Trin. Anno 36.

Robert Astrye, otherwise Lorkyn, and Thomas Unsted, "letherseller," and Elizabeth, his wife, William Bone, "brasell grynder," and Mary, his wife. Land in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 36.

John Kyddermyster, citizen and draper, of London, and Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and Mary, his wife. Premises and wharf in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate, London, and Est Smythfeld. Trin. Anno 36.

Fabian Whether and Henry James, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 36.

Sir Michael Lyster, William Thorpe, and Thomas Dawtrey, esquire, and George Bulstrode, esquire, and Juliana, his wife, and Thomas Bulstrode, son and heir apparent of the said George. Premises in Stanwell, in the county of Middlesex, and in divers places in the county of Buckingham. D.C. Trin. Anno 36.

Nicholas Fortescue, esquire, and Catherine, his wife, and William Forthe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Martin in the Fields, and St. Margaret the Virgin, Westminster, in the city of Westminster. Mich. Anno 36.

William Garrard and Robert Byrde, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Westbraynford, in the parish of Hanwell. Mich. Anno 36.

Thomas Kyng, citizen and merchant taylor, of London, and Margaret Lofte, [Loste ?] widow, late the wife of John Lofte, [Loste ?] the elder, deceased, and Nicholas Narbon, and Joan, his wife, daughter of the aforesaid John. Premises in Enfeyld. Mich. Anno 36.

William Hollys, esquire, and Anne, his wife, and John Payne, gentleman, and Bridget, his wife. A messuage called "the Lamme," and premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Mich. Anno 36.

John Wayvant, and Isabella, his wife, and Edward Stok wood, and Avice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Mich. Anno 36.

Edmund Bedyll and John Marshall, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hyllyngdon. Mich. Anno 36.

Francis Cowper and Henry Gery, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Mich. Anno 36.

John Lambe and Charles Whytte, of London, " Barbour Surgeaunt," and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Smyth, son and heir of William Smyth, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Old Braynford and Illyng. Mich. Anno 36.

John Cordell, the elder, and William Felde, the elder, and Alice, his wife. Land in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 36.

Richard Castell, otherwise called Richard Cassater, and William Middelton, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Wolstable, and premises in "le Rounde Wolstable," in the city of Westminster. Hil. Anno 36.

John Studeley and Richard Blounte, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises with a several fishery in Hyllyngdon, and advowson of a chantry in the church of Hyllyngdon; also premises in Colham, Woxbrige, Ikenham, Tykenham, Drayton, Harmondesworth, and Cowley. Hil. Anno 36.

William Roolfe and Thomas Skypwyth, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hadley, otherwise Monken Hadley. Hil. Anno 36.

Henry Bernes, and Joan, his wife, and John Studeley, otherwise Miles, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge and Hyllyngdon. Hil. Anno 36.

Robert Lorkyn and Nicholas Askew, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Land in Edmonton. Hil. Anno 36.

John Dyxson and Edward Stokewood, gentleman, and Avice, his wife, Premises in the parish of the Blessed Virgin at Stronde. Hil. Anno 36.

Edmund Smyth, and Joan, his wife, and Richard Provest, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Mary Matfelon, otherwise Whytechappell. Hil. Anno 36.

William Staunford and Francis Goodere, and Ursula, his wife, John Cocke, and Anne, his wife, Henry Goodere, the elder, and Nicholas Goodere. The manor of Monken Hadleigh, and premises in Southmymmys, Monken Hadleigh and Kyckes ende; also the free chapel of Hadleigh, and the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of Southmymmys. Hil. Anno 36.

John Adam and Richard Oldham, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 37.

Thomas Hemmyng and Simon Flexmere, and Francis Goodyere, esquire. Premises in Hendon and Southmymmys. Mention of Joan Wrothe, widow. Easter Anno 37.

John Bowyer, gentleman, and William Wylkyns, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Chelchehyth and Fulham. Easter Anno 37.

Leonard Holmes and Sir Francis Lovell, knight, and Thomas Fowle, esquire. Premises in Barnardys Bury, and Iseldon. Easter Anno 37.

Roger Starkey, citizen and mercer, of London, and James Audeley, esquire. Premises in Stebenhithe. Easter Anno 37.

William Locke and Roger Tusser, and Anne, his wife. Land in Tottenham. Easter Anno 37.

Robert Good and John Chamber, clerk. The manor of Growbarnes, otherwise called Halbarnes, in Stanes, Stanewell, Laleham, and Echelford. Easter Anno 37.

William Nelson, clerk, and William Sanderson, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 37.

Emmanuel Luker and John Cordall, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in "Seynt Jonys Strete," without the Bars of Smythfyld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without Newgate, London. Easter Anno 37.

Thomas Austen, and Anne, his wife, and Thomas Martyn, and Awdrey, his wife. Premises in Hockeston. Mich. Anno 37.

James Apott and John Thornton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Tremelstrete, without the Bars of West Smythfeld, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, London. Mich. Anno 37.

Thomas Goldyng, son and heir of John Goldyng, esquire, and William Cowper, and Cecilia, his wife. A capital messuage called Muswell Ferme, and land in the parish of Clerkynwell in Harnesey, and the site of a certain chapel in the aforesaid parish. Mich. Anno 37.

Sir Martin Bowes, knight, and Sir Edmund Bedyngfeld, knight, and Grace, his wife, and Henry Bedyngfeld and Eustace Sulyard, esquires. Premises in Stebunhithe and Hakney. Warranty against the dean and chapter of St. Peter, Westminster. Mich. Anno 37.

James Apott and Edward Rest, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew in Holborn. Mich Anno 37.

William Longe, and Petronilla, his wife, and Christopher Wotton, and Juliana, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London. Mich. Anno 37.

William Blakwell, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, and Richard Welby, esquire, and Dorothy, his wife, Thomas Welby, gentleman, and Catherine Hall, widow. Premises in Hendon. Mich. Anno 37.

Thomas Kyng, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Hamond, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 37.

Benjamin Gonson and Christopher Gonson, and Dorothy, his wife. A messuage, or brew house, called " le Rede Lyon" in Est Smythefelde, near London. Mich. Anno 37.

Sir Ralph Warren, knight, citizen and alderman of London, and Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and Mary, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Mary of Matfellon, called in English Whytchapell parysshe. Mich. Anno 37.

Thomas Dyxson and Edward Stockwod, and Amicia, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Andrew in Holborne, and St. Giles in the Fields. Mich. Anno 37.

John Alexander and Thomas Unsted, and Elizabeth, his wife, William Boone, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 37.

Richard Dod and John Delwode, and Catherine, his wife. A messuage in Fullam and Wanam Grene. Mich. Anno 37.

Thomas Colshill and Thomas Smythe, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hackeney. Mich. Anno 37.

William Newman and Giles Madewe, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Pynnour in the parish of Harrowe on the Hill. Hil. Anno 37.

Sir Richard Lee, knight, and Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and Mary, his wife. A messuage, with appurtenances, and watercourse flowing from the aqueduct, called " le great Condyte," to the Charterhouse and thence to the aforesaid messuage, in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldergate. Easter Anno 38.

Edmund Grey, esquire, and John Colbek, gentleman, and Sir Michael Fissher, knight, and Margaret, his wife, and Elizabeth Spelman, widow, late the wife of Sir John Spelman, knight. The manor of Palenswyke, otherwise Padenswyke, and premises in Fulham, Hamersmyth, Acton, and Braynford otherwise Newe Braynford. Easter Anno 38.

John Horsley, and Joan, his wife, and Richard Abrey, otherwise Awbrey. Premises in Northwode. Easter Anno 38.

Edmund Gregory and Philippa, his wife, and Richard Waltham, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Wooxbryge. Easter Anno 38.

Richard Mares, gentleman, Henry Cholmeley, and Hugh Haffyngton, and George Cokett, gentleman, and Bridget, his wife, and John Pyccher, gentleman, and Alice, his wife, John Cheyney, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, Humphrey Cholmeley, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Basset. The manor of Hallewyk, with appurtenances, in Friern Barnett, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in the counties of Warwick, Cambridge, and Suffolk. D.C. Easter Anno 38.

Richard Bartlatt, gentleman, and Richard Modye, gentleman, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, London. L. Easter Anno 38.

The King and Sir Giles Capell, knight, Sir Henry Capell, knight, and Edward Capell, esquire. The manor of Honylane and Pentryches in Enfelde, in the counties Middlesex and Hertford; and other premises in the counties of Hertford, Essex and Cambridge. D.C. Trin. Anno 38.

William Walter and John Annesley, and Mary, his wife. Land in Southmymmes. Trin. Anno 38.

William Locke, citizen and alderman, of London, and John Mershe, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Trin. Anno 38.

Edward Gilbert, citizen and goldsmith, of London, and Thomas Elryngton, esquire, and Beatrice, his wife. A messuage or tenement called " le Sterr," with appurtenances, in Totenham. Trin. Anno 38.

Henry Reynolds and Geoffrey Blechemore, and Agnes, his wife. A messuage and garden in West Bedfount and Stanewell. Trin. Anno 38.

John White and Thomas Clayton, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Stratforde at Bowe. Trin. Anno 38.

Humphrey Molsley and Edward Warton, gentleman, and Marcia, his wife, daughter and heir of Nicholas Snell. Premises in Wyllesdon, and in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Remainders to George Warton, son of Edward Warton, of Kyngeston on Hull. Trin. Anno 38.

John Raynold and Henry Webbe, esquire, and Barbara, his wife. Premises in Halywell and Shordyche. Trin. Anno 38.

Stephen Cleybroke and John Smyth. A messuage and garden in Westminster. Mention of Elizabeth White, widow. Trin. Anno 38.

John Payne, gentleman, and Roger Paddy, gentleman, and Margery, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 38.

Edward Warde, and Joan, his wife, and John Studley, otherwise Myles, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Woxbryge and Hyllyngdon. Trin. Anno 38.

Sir Arthur Darcy, knight, and Thomas Stepkyn, and Michaela, his wife. Land in the parish of Whytechappell. Trin. Anno 38.

Edmund Askewe and John Ecelyston and Jasper Fesaunt, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Mich. Anno 38.

Robert Good and Sir William Wyndesore, knight, lord Wyndesore, Edmund Wyndesore, esquire, and Thomas Wyndesore, esquire, and Mary, his wife. The manor of Knollers, and land in Stanwell and Stanes. Mich. Anno 38.

Dionisia Leveson, widow, and Jasper Fesaunt, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Mich. Anno 38.

William Churchman and Robert Grene, gentleman. Land in Populer and Stebunhyth, called Leymoth, in Estmershe. Mich. Anno 38.

Thomas Hamond and Laurence Grey, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 38.

William Sewster, gentleman, and John Core, citizen and grocer, of London, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Cryplegate. Mich. Anno 38.

Richard Parson and Richard Frenche, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Woxbrege, Hyllyngdon, Cowley, and Colham. Mich. Anno 38.

John Broun, esquire, and George Norton, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, lady Audeley. Premises in Oldeforde. Mich. Anno 38.

William Hobson and John Bevercottes [Benercottes ?] and Agnes, his wife, late the wife of Henry Courtman. Premises in Totnam and Edmelton. Mich. Anno 38.

Henry Parman and John Smyth and John Bokenell. The moiety of the manor of Wyntersman, and other premises in the county of Northampton; and the moiety of premises in Stanwell, Bedfount, and Hermondysworthe, in the county of Middlesex. Remainders. D.C. Mich. Anno 38.

Richard Pexsall, esquire, and Thomas Ledgerd. Premises in Woxbrydge, Hyllyngton, and Cowley. Hil. Anno 38.

Edward Pate and Henry Jernyngham, esquire, and Frances, his wife. One hundred and forty acres of pasture called "le greate Haunger," in Tottenham. Hil. Anno 38.