London and Middlesex Fines
Edward VI

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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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68-86

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'London and Middlesex Fines: Edward VI', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII - 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 68-86. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78843 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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EDWARD VI.

William Ferne and Richard Ferne. Premises in Pynnour. Easter Anno 1.

Nicholas Russell and William Smyth, and Blitha, his wife. Premises in Church Acton and East Acton. Easter Anno 1.

Humphrey Mosley, gentleman, and Richard Pake, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Easter Anno 1.

Henry Godyer and William Copwod, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley, and in the county of Hertford. D.C. Easter Anno 1.

Robert Rolffe and John Mersshe, the elder. Land in Fyncheley alias Frynchesley. Trin. Anno 1.

William Gyes, gentleman, and Cristina, his wife, and John Skutt, esquire, and Bridgit, his wife. An inn called le Gott with a garden in the parish of the Blessed Mary de Strond. Trin. Anno 1.

Thomas Hamond and William Howe, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 1.

Sir Edward North, knight, chancellor of the Court of Augmentations, and Alice, his wife, and Sir Maurice Denys, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises and a chapel called Pardon Chapel, in the parish of Clerkenwell. Trin. Anno 1.

Thomas Hardres, esquire, and Aluered Newman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Furbelanc, Lymost, and Stebunheth. Trin. Anno I.

Thomas Beane and Katherine, his wife, and Robert Kynge, and Letitia, his wife. Premises in Chelchythe. Trin. Anno 1.

William Gyles and Richard Denboll, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Stanes and Stannewell. Mich. Anno 1.

Roger Rogerson, and Alice, his wife, and John Syms, and Joabella, his wife, and Henry Myller, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Netherhawford. Mich. Anno 1.

John Whyte and Thomas Cleyton, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Stratford at Bowe. Mich. Anno 1.

Edward Thomas and Thomas Mayow otherwise Mahewe, brother and heir of William Mayow otherwise Mahewe, and Dorothy, his wife. A messuage called le Whytehorse, in the parish of St. Leonard Shordyche. Mich. Anno 1.

John Tayler, gentleman, and John Bourn, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 1.

Richard Clyff, and Anne, his wife, and Thomas Dyxson, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew in Holborne and St. Giles in the Fields. Mich. Anno 1.

Richard Lawrens and Nicholas Lawrens, and Philip Martyr, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Feltham and Laleton. Mich. Anno 1.

James Audley and Ralph, earl of Westmoreland, and the lady Katherine, his wife. Premises in Stebenheth. Mich. Anno 1.

John Barons and Robert Downes, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife, Margaret West, and Elizabeth West. Premises in the parish of St. Giles of the Lepers, without the Bar of the Old Temple, London. Mich. Anno 1.

William Harryson and Isabella, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Christopher Foxe, and Joan, his wife, daughter and heir of Harry Foster, deceased, and Nicholas Lowen and Thomasina, his wife, another daughter of the said Christopher and Joan. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 1.

John Pratt and William Harryson, and Isabella, his wife. Pasture called Woodesendfeld, in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 1.

Robert Pratt and William Harryson, and Isabella, his wife. Meadow in Taterudge, in the county of Hertford, and meadow called Lytlebrantfeld in Fyncheley. D.C. Mich. Anno 1.

Margaret Wylkox, widow, and Richard Wylkox, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Lymehowse and Stebenheth. Hil. Anno 1.

William Lawe and William Garrard, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 1.

Edward Gryffyn, esquire, solicitor-general of the lord the King, William Roper, esquire, and Richard Heydon, esquire, and Francis, earl of Shrewsbury. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborne. Hil. Anno 1.

Edward Smyth, gentleman, and Alice, his wife, and William Fyneux, esquire. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Hil. Anno 1.

John Crompton and Elizabeth Typlady, widow, and Francis Typlady. A messuage called le Swanne, and premises in Est Smythfeld, in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldgate. Hil. Anno 1.

Elizabeth Conyngesby, widow, and John Palmer, esquire, and Mary, his wife, late the wife of Thomas Frowyk, deceased. The manors of Oldfeld and Gloucesters, and premises in Hadley, Southmymmes, and St. Gyles, without Crepulgate, London. Hil. Anno 1.

Stephen Cobbe and John Moune, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Hackney. Easter Anno 2.

John Appowell and Elizabeth, his wife, and James Williamson, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the city of Westminster, Knyghtysbrydge, Kensyngton, and Chelsey, and certain corrodies (particularly described). Remainders to Cotton and Williamson. Easter Anno 2.

Lucy Harper and Sir Walter Hendley, knight, and Margery, his wife, and Thomas Culpeper, esquire, and Ellen, his wife. Premises within the precincts of le Blak Fryers, London. L. Easter Anno 2.

Richard Pelter, citizen and brewer, of London, and John Clerk, and Margaret, his wife, and Katherine Cooke, widow. Messuage, land and pasture in Highe Holborne in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborne, in the suburbs of London, and St. Pancras in Kentysshtowne. Trin. Anno 2.

John Brydges and Robert Whyte, esquire, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Trin. Anno 2.

Christopher Smyth and Anthony Smyth and Sir Nicholas le Strange, knight, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Newgate, and St. Botolph, without Aldergate. Trin. Anno 2.

John Smyth and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Colshyll, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Hakeney. Trin. Anno 2.

Dionisius Wilson and Elizabeth, his wife, and James Standesdale alias Pease, and Lucy, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge. Mich. Anno 2.

Henry Malory and William Myles, and Agnes, his wife, John Flemyng, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Turmylstrete, in the parish of Clerkenwell. Mich Anno 2.

Nicholas Alcocke and John Brystowe, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 2.

Edward Pate, gentleman, and John Elryngton, gentleman. Land in Hakeney and Newington. Hil. Anno 2.

John Ryther, esquire, and Mary, his wife, and John Elryngton. Premises in Hackeney. Hil. Anno 2.

Thomas Persse, of Islington, and Humphrey Cholmeley, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Moiety of the manor of Halywycke, and moiety of land in Freren Barnett. Hil. Anno 2.

William Ferrys and William Armested, and Elizabeth, his wife. One messuage in Kensyngton. Hil. Anno 2.

John Foxton and William Cowper, gentleman, and Cecilia, his wife. Manor of Hyckman, and premises in Argarston and Shordyche. Remainders to Maulte and Hylton. Hil. Anno 2.

William Blakwell, gentleman, and William Sybrande, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Hil. Anno 2.

Stephen Cleybroke and Thomas Hollowaye, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Hil. Anno 2.

Gilbert Hylle and George Frevell, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Benedict, next Poules Wharfe, within the city of London. L. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

Edward Stewarde and William Baynbrygge, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldriche gate, London. L. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

Sir Clement Smyth, knight, and Thomas Curteis and Henry Serle, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Wyke, and premises in Wyke, Hackeney, Stebenheth, Hoxton alias Hoggeston, Islyngton, and Shordyche, and the advowson of the chantry in the parish church of Shordyche, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in the counties of Cambridge and Essex. D.C. Hil. Anno 2 and 3.

William Clarke and Alice Bagott, widow, Francis Coke, son and heir of Pallus (sic) Coke, deceased, and Joan Coke, sister of the same Francis. Premises in Hanworth. Easter Anno 3.

Ralph Davenaunt, of London, merchant tailor, and Sir Francis Lovell, knight, and Thomas Lovell, his son and heir apparent. Premises in Edelmeton, Elmuton, and Edmuton. Easter Anno 3.

Edmund Pygeon and Thomas Ellys, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hampton upon Thames. Easter Anno 3.

Thomas Mathew and John Sawnderson, yeoman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 3.

John Foxton and Hugh Robertson, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Hoxton. Remainder to William Austen. Easter Anno 3.

Roland Page and John Bokenham, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Margaret West, daughters and co-heirs of Edward West, deceased. The manor of Patys, and premises in Est Bedfounte otherwise Churche Bedfounte, Feltham, Asshford, Echelford, Stanes, and Stanwell. Easter Anno 3.

James Downes, gentleman, and Stephen Muryell and John Bokenham, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Margaret Westend. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London, and St. Giles in the Fields. Easter Anno 3.

Thomas Armerar, gentleman, and Thomas Marrowe, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Shoredyche Strete, Hunteshill, Nichollfeld, and Hoxton. Easter Anno 3.

George Pole, gentleman, and Thomas Langley, smith. Premises in Sheperton, Halford, Netherhalforde and Sunberye. Easter Anno 3.

John Baron and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Wysse, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Fynnybery, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Easter Anno 3.

Simon Goldsmyth and Edith, his wife, and William Myles, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Turmelstrete, in the parish of Clerkenwell. Easter Anno 3.

James Brende and Agnes, his wife, and Emma Ogle, widow. Premises in Edelmeton. Remainders to Leke family. Trin. Anno 3.

Thomas Page and William Pyerson, and Thomas Marrowe, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Shordiche and Islyngton. Trin. Anno 3.

Robert Yonge and Elizabeth, his wife, and Richard Cassener alias Castell, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Trin. Anno 3.

Sir William Locke, knight, and Sir Wimond Carewe, knight, and Martha, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Trin. Anno 3.

William Fitzherbert and Margaret Billington, widow. Premises in Tottenham and Edelmoton alias Edmunton. Mich. Anno 3.

Sir Roger Cholmeley, knight, chief baron of the Exchequer, and Alice Cholmeley, widow. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Bysshoppes Gate, London. L. Trin. Anno 3.

George Pawlet and John Pawlet, esquire, and Thomas Burbage, esquire, and Eleanora, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Thomas the Apostle, London, in the occupation of Richard Holt; and in the county of Hertford. D.C. Trin. Anno 3.

Edward Pye, esquire, and Agnes, his wife, and John Cheyne, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Fryernbarnet, and in the counties of Warwick, Suffolk, and Cambridge. D.C. Mich. Anno 3.

John Mysharvye and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Mathewe, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeilde. Hil. Anno 3.

Richard Lawrens and Nicholas Lawrens, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Feltham and Lyttelton. Hil. Anno 3.

William Sewster, gentleman, and Charles Bryan, and Margaret, his wife, daughter of Margaret Waplyngton, formerly the wife of Thomas Waplyngton. Premises in Whitecrosse Strete, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, without the liberties of London. Hil. Anno 3.

Thomas Wardall and Sir Thomas Cornewallys, knight, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Whyte Chapell parish. Hil. Anno 3.

John Myllen and Thomas Pyme, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Hil. Anno 3.

Hugh Losse, esquire, and Sir Edward North, knight, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Welde and Harrow upon the Hill. Hil. Anno 3.

Thomas Hayward and John Wryght, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Sheperton. Easter Anno 4.

Robert Mellysshe and Edmund Ivers, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Goldynglane, in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate, London. Easter Anno 4.

Francis Spilman and Thomas Robertz and Humphrey Broughton, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Clarkynwell. Easter Anno 4.

Thomas Pykeryng, gentleman, and John Vaughan, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Land in Steppenheyth. Easter Anno 4.

William Burde and Edward Henshatt, and Joan, his wife. A messuage called Sareseyneshe, in Churche Acton. Easter Anno 4.

John Phyllyp and Adam Gardener, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Stebynhyth. Easter Anno 4.

John Butt, William Blakwell, John Goddard, and Thomas Ace, and Thomas Kynge, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Enfeld (?), and Edelmeton. Easter Anno 4.

Richard Taverner and Sir Edward Northe, and Alice, his wife. Land in Pynner and Harrowe upon the Hill. Easter Anno 4.

Erasmus Skydmore and William Sheperd, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Kyngesbury. Easter Anno 4.

William Stoke and Joan, his wife, and Hugh Losse, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Messuages, gardens, and shops in Grey's Inn Lane, otherwise Portpole Lane, in Holborne. Easter Anno 4.

Henry Manfeld and Anthony Barley, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Uxbrygge, Colebroke, Stanwell, Hyllyngdon, Coveley, Iknam, and Harfeld. Easter Anno 4.

Henry Saxe and John Campynett and Robert Trappes, the elder, esquire, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Leonard, St. Zachary, and St. Michael in Cornwall, [Cornhill ?] and rent from a tenement in Bredstrete called le Wolsacke, London. Long Remainders. Easter Anno 4.

Henry Saxe and John Campynett and Robert Trappes, the elder, esquire, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Augustine, near the church of St. Paul's, London. Long Remainders. L. Easter Anno 4.

Richard Duke, esquire, and John Foxton, and John Howe, and Alice, his wife, and Mary Blayne. Premises in the parish of St. Stephen, in Walbroke, in the ward of Chepe, and in the parish of St. Martin in le Vyntre in the ward of le Vyntre. Remainders. L. Easter Anno 4.

Evan Luce, gentleman, and Henry Gray, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Third part of the manor of Bromley Hall, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in the counties of Suffolk, Bedford, and Hereford. Easter Anno 4.

Sir Roger Cholmeley, chief baron of the Exchequer, and Thomas Nutthall, and John Etherydge alias Nuthall. Premises in Hendon. Mich. Anno 4.

Lawrence Tyman alias Tylman, and Alice, his wife, and John Franke, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate. Mich. Anno 4.

Thomas Rowe and Edward Pate, gentleman, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Hackney. Mich. Anno 4.

Robert Deycrowe and Stephen Tygo, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 4.

Richard Clyff, gentleman, and Anne, his wife, and William Harper, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew in High Holborne. Mich. Anno 4.

Hugh Robertson and Anne, his wife, and Edmund Smyth and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hoxton. Mich. Anno 4.

William Fitzherbert, gentleman, and Margaret Byllyngton, widow. Land in Kentysshetowne, Holborne, the parish of St. Pancras in the Fields, and the parish of St. Andrew in Holbourne. Mich. Anno 4.

Margery Hendle, widow, and Thomas Colepeper, esquire, and Ellen, his wife, George Fane, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Richard Covert, esquire, and Anne, his wife. The manor of Klerkenwell, and premises in Clerkenwell. Mich. Anno 4.

Richard Puttenham, esquire, and Humfrey Broughton, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of Clerkenwell. Mich. Anno 4.

John Holt and Robert Holt, gentlemen, and William Wylkyns, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. An acre of land and a passage over the water of Thames, in Chelchehyth. Mich. Anno 4.

Thomas Burdock and Agnes, his wife, and William Wynde and John Hopkyns. Premises in Hoxton, in the parish of St. Leonard. Mich. Anno 4.

John Myllett and James Holland, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Hillingdon, Heth, and Batwelhethe in Hayse. Mich. Anno 4.

Thomas Taylour and Anthony Gawthroppe, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Westcote. Mich. Anno 4.

John Thomson and Ellen, his wife, and Richard Day alias Byrt, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hadley. Mich. Anno 4.

Gregory Nycollas, citizen and mercer, of London, and John Moore, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Goldynglane, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, in the suburbs of London. Mich. Anno 4.

William Clarke, gentleman, and Augustine Sprake, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 4.

Thomas Boraston and Humphrey Conyngesby, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the county of Herts., and land in Great Stanmer, in the county of Middelsex. Mich. Anno 4.

Edward Gylbard and Thomas Elryngton, esquire, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises in Totenham Hyghcrosse. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Farneham, gentleman, and Sir Richard Lee, knight, and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Chaloner, and Joan, his wife. Two messuages and gardens in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldergate, London; and a canal or aquaduct and leaden pipe from the great aquaduct called le Gret Conduct of the late Charter House, near London, to the same Charter House, to the said messuage (sic) running. Hil. Anno 4.

William Moryce and Thomas Elryngton, esquire, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises in Tottenham and Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 4.

John Wylkynson and Richard Sandys alias Sandes, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Stratford at Bowe. Hil. Anno 4.

Edward, duke of Somerset, and William Gyes, and Cristina, his wife. An inn called le Gote, and a garden, in the parish of the Blessed Mary de Stronde. Hil. Anno 4.

John Keysar and Thomas Elryngton, esquire, and Beatrice, his wife. The manor of Twyford alias Morteyns and premises in Tottenham and Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 4.

Edward Gylbard and Jasper Fesaunt, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Totenham and Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Rowe and Mary, his wife, and Thomas Colehill, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Land in Hakney. Hil. Anno 4.

John Mathell and Jasper Fesaut, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. The manor of Wyllougbyes and premises in Edelmeton and Totenham. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Saunders and Henry Chrozier, and Ellen, his wife. Land in Hillyngdon. Hil. Anno 4.

Henry Barnes, citizen and grocer, of London, and Barnard Hogborne, and Cecilia, his wife. Land in Woxbridge and Hyllyngdon. Hil. Anno 4.

Giles Harryson and Benjamin Gonson, esquire, and Ursula, his wife. A brew-house called le Redlyon, and two gardens in the parish of St. Botolph, in Est Smythfeld, next London. Hil. Anno 4.

Christopher Baven and Humphrey Conyngesby, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the county of Herts, and land in Little Stanmer and Whytchurche in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Hil. Anno 4.

Edmund Windesore esquire, and Richard Jakson and Joan, his wife, and Elizabeth Tyllyer, widow. Premises in Harmesworth and Harlyngton. Remainder to George Tyllyer, son of Elizabeth. Easter Anno 5.

Joan Garney, widow of Sir Christopher Garney, knight, and John Hardyng, and Cristina, his wife. The moiety of the manor and advowson of Hardyngton otherwise Harlyngton. Easter Anno 5.

Sir Edward Northe, knight, and Alice, his wife, and Sir Thomas Chaloner, and Joan, his wife. Two messuages and gardens in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldergate, London, and a canal or aquaduct and leaden pipe from the great aquaduct called le Gret Conduct of the late Charter House, near London, to the same Charter House, to the said messuage (sic) running. Easter Anno 5.

Richard Browne and Beatrice, his wife, and Salomon Prowte, and John Butt, and Rose, his wife, and Thomas Wylkynson, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 5.

William Robyns and John Philips, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Stebenheth. Easter Anno 5.

William Tooker, citizen and grocer, of London, and Thomas Elryngton, esquire, and Beatrice, his wife. Land in a close called Hattersfeld in Isselyngton. Easter Anno 5.

Robert Crowle, of Fyncheley, and Robert Shepard, of Runford, in the parish of Hornechurche. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 5.

William Merett and Alice, his wife, and Thomas Ellryngton, esquire, and Beatrice, his wife. Premises in Hoxton. Easter Anno 5.

William Lorchyn and Henry Rogers, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Stanes. Easter Anno 5.

William Maynard, citizen and mercer, of London, and Sir John Pakyngton, and Humphrey Pakyngton, esquire. Premises in Fulham. Easter Anno 5.

John Lambe and Richard Lambe and Richard Lee, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Kylborne and Wyllesdon. Easter Anno 5.

Thomas Metcalffe and Alice, his wife, and John Mysharvye and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 5.

William Cecill, esquire, one on the principal secretaries of the King, and Evan Luce, and Joan, his wife. The manor of Bromley Hall, and premises in Bromley, Bromley Hall, Stratford at Bowe and Stepneth. Easter Anno 5.

Robert Petytt and John Fylde, and Katherine, his wife, and Richard Manne, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Southmymes. Easter Anno 5.

Richard Malore and Ralph Barton, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Easter Anno 5.

John Ecclyston, citizen and grocer, of London, and Nicholas Askewe, and Alice, his wife. Land in Tottenham. Easter Anno 5.

John Browne, William Folde, Eustace Rypley, Robert Wrestlyng, Thomas Chesshyre, Cornelius Symonson, Richard Browne, William Letson, Christopher Roper, John Hardyng, John Dixson, and Thomas Alforde, and William Breton, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, Holborn. Easter Anno 5.

John Stodderd and John Gurdon. Premises in the parish of St. Michael, in Cornhill, London. L. Easter Anno 5.

William Warner, gentleman, and Beatrice, his wife, and Robert Wyse, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 5.

Henry Page and Henry Spelman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Harrow on the Hill. Warranty against the lady Elizabeth Spelman. Mich. Anno 5.

Ralph Davenant and John Grymston, gentleman, son and heir of John Grymston, deceased. Land called Colwell Longa, in Edelmeton, which Agnes Grymston holds for life. Mich. Anno 5.

Ralph Worthy otherwise Wynken and John Whytpayn, and Elizabeth, his wife, Nicholas Bradbelt, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Hownslowe. Mich. Anno 5.

Thomas Colepepyr, esquire, and Richard Marden, esquire, and lady Margery, his wife. The site of the monastery of Clerkenwell and land in Clerkenwell. Mich. Anno 5.

Ralph Davenaunt and Joan, his wife, and Edmund Askewe, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 5.

Ralph Davenaunt and John Grymston, gentleman, son and heir of John Grymston, deceased, and Bridget, his wife. Premises called Bakers Caneffeld, Shermans Croft, Hamynges, Patrykes, Wellffeld, Ratheffeld, Pyamours magna and Pyamours parva, in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 5.

John Ayleworth and Thomas Colepeper, esquire. The site of the monastery of Clerkenwell, and land in Clerkenwell. Mich. Anno 5.

Henry Clerke and Henry Fortescue, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises called Gefferons, Pounceris, and Powys, otherwise Pouncys in South Mymmys. Mich. Anno 5.

Thomas Whyte and William Doddys, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Oldefford, and a messuage called Glossyters, and premises in Southmymmes, Hadley Monachorum, Goldynglane, and in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Mich. Anno 5.

William Hodye, esquire, and Robert Morton, esquire, and Dorothy, his wife. Messuage and garden in "Hyghholburne," in the parish of St. Andrew. Mich. Anno 5.

John Wryght and John Dyghton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 5.

John Askewe and Emma Askewe, and John Browne and Cristina, his wife. Premises in Tottenham and Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 5.

William Malory, citizen and mercer, of London, and Charles Wryothesley alias Wyndesor, gentleman. A messuage called Garterplace, in Barbycan, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Hil. Anno 5.

Nicholas Bacon, esquire, and Richard Gooderyck, esquire, and Mary, his wife. Premises within the site of the late House of Carmilite Frears, called "lez Whyte Frers, near Fletestrete," in the suburbs of the city of London. Hil. Anno 5.

The King and Henry Polstede, esquire, and Alice, his wife, daughter and heir of Robert Lorde alias Lawarde. Premises, &c., in the county of Surrey, and premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, near Charyng-crosse, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Hil. Anno 5.

Thomas Starky, citizen and mercer, of London, and Thomas Skypwyth, esquire, and Catherine, his wife. The third part of a messuage, &c., in the county of Kent, and the third part of a messuage, a garden, and orchard in Stepney alias Stepneheth, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Hil. Anno 5.

John Joye and John Sherewood, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Shordyche and Stepenhethe. Easter Anno 6.

Francis Chamberlayne, gentleman, and Anne, his wife, and Walter Besowth, son and heir of John Besowth. Premises in Hayes, Norwoode, and Southall. Easter Anno 6.

Thomas Rowe, citizen and tailor, of London, and Mary, his wife, and Sir Thomas Wentworth, knight, Lord Wentworth, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Shackewell and Hackeney. Easter Anno 6.

Robert Ruddye and John Wylkynson, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Stratford at Bowe. Easter Anno 6.

William Staunford, esquire, and Thomas Staunford, son of the aforesaid William, and Thomas Fowler, esquire, Joan Edwards, widow, and John Harry, yeoman. Three closes called Crabtree Fylde, Redmare, and Stretes Close, in Islyngton and Mede Lane. Easter Anno 6.

John Thrusshe, citizen and "wolman," of London, and Richard Palady, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Stephen, in Colman Strete, London. L. Easter Anno 6.

Richard Poynter, citizen and draper, of London, and Richard Palady, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Stephen, in Colman Strete, London. L. Easter Anno 6.

William Smyth, citizen and fletcher, of London, and Richard Palady, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Stephen, in Colman Strete, London. L. Easter Anno 6.

Richard Mershe and Richard Snowe, and Alice, his wife. The third part of a messuage, &c., in the county of Herts., and the third part of certain lands in Hendon, in the county of Middelsex. D.C. Easter Anno 6.

Roger Woode and John Stamford, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in St. John's Strete. Trin. Anno 6.

William Parker and William Hamerton, and Benedicta, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Trin. Anno 6.

Richard Redyng and Nicholas Segnour. Premises in Harrow Weelde. Trin. Anno 6.

Gilbert Rolfe and Henry Nele and William Rolfe, and Joan, his wife. Land in Islyngton. Trin. Anno 6.

Robert Good and Lewis Lawrence, and others. Premises in Stanes, Stanwell, and elsewhere (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 6.

Stephen Cleybroke and Henry Hamonde, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Fullam. Trin. Anno 6.

Thomas Waylond and Richard Shaftesbury, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Heston. Trin. Anno 6.

John Snellyng and William Hannell, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Munkyn Hadley. Trin. Anno 6.

Richard Lacy and Peter Wentworth and William Holland Premises in the city of London, and in the counties of Oxford, Essex, and Buckingham. D.C. Trin. Anno 6.

Francis Morgan, Thomas Phillippes, and William Faldo, and Richard Tate, and Anthony Woode. Premises, with a wharf, in the parishes of the Blessed Mary, Wallechurche, St. Ellen, St. Mary Magdalene, St. Olave, St. Pancras, St. Peter in le West Chepe, St. Michael de Quenehithe, and le Blake Fryers, in the city of London; and in St. Botolph, without Aldgate, London. D.C. Trin. Anno 6.

Henry Barnes and Mathew Fox, and Elizabeth, his wife. A garden in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London. Mich. Anno 6.

Thomas Dobbys and Isabella Harryett, widow, and George Kemp, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 6.

William Roper, esquire, and John Hardyng, and Cristiana, his wife. The manor and advowson of Hardyngton alia Harlyngton. Mich. Anno 6.

John Machell and William Walshe, and Joan, his wife. William Browne, and Marion, his wife, and William Hennys. Premises in Cowcrosse strete and Tourmelstrete, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, London. Mich. Anno 6.

Richard Buckland, esquire, and John Edlyn, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Clerkenwell. Mich. Anno 6.

Barnard Ogborne and John Garrett, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge. Mich. Anno 6.

Christopher Vavasour, the younger, gentleman, and Thomas Helme, clerk, and Ralph Wryne, esquire, and Ellen, his wife. A messuage and garden in Phylpott Lane, London. Remainder to Sir William Vavasour, knight, and Lady Elizabeth, his wife. L. Mich. Anno 6.

Richard Byrt alias Dey, and John Symondes, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes, and in the county of Hertford. D.C. Mich. Anno 6.

Sir Edward North, knight, Edward Myrfyn, and William Gerrard, gentleman, and Sir Anthony Aucher, knight. Premises within the precint of lez Blake Fryers, in the city of London, and premises in the county of Kent. D.C. Mich. Anno 6.

William Harper, and Alice, his wife, and John Docton. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes and St. Andrew, in Holborne. Hil. Anno 6.

William Maynard and Richard Walleston, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Hil. Anno 6.

Roger Weld and William Robyns alias Robynson and Joan, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge. Hil. Anno 6.

Henry Clerke and Thomas Doraston and others. Premises in Great Stanmer. Hil. Anno 6.

Thomas Ellott and Richard Seyntpere, and Avice, his wife. Two messuages in Tower strete, in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East, London. L. Hil. Anno 6.

Richard Clyff and Juliana, his wife, and William Harper, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, in Holborne. Easter Anno 7.

Richard Edlyn and Hugh Wryght, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Pynnor and Harrowe. Easter Anno 7.

William Jennyns, gentleman, and Francis Vaughan, esquire, and Anthony Vaughan, gentleman. Premises in Totehyll Strete, in Westminster. Easter Anno 7.

William Yeo, gentleman, and Christopher Barnaby. Premises in Fulham. Easter Anno 7.

Margaret Hughes, widow, Justinian Hughes, gentleman, and Nicholas Hengscott, gentleman, and Thomas Saunders, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Woxbryge. Easter Anno 7.

Sir Roger Cholmeley, knight, and Thomas Hilton, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. A close in Shortdyche. Easter Anno 7.

John Machell and Jasper Fesant, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Easter Anno 7.

Thomas Burton and William Chamberlayn, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Chelchehith. Easter Anno 7.

Walter, viscount Hereford and Sir Richard Southwell, knight, Richard Southwell alias Darssye, and Mary Leche alias Darssye. Premises, with orchards, in Aldersgate Strete, and Long Lane, in the parishes of Botolph, without Aldersgate, and St. Sepulchre, without Newgate, in the suburbs of London. L. Easter Anno 7.

Thomas Metcalf and Alice, his wife, and Guy Wade, gentleman, and Katherine, his wife. Premises in Stratford at Bowe and Stebenhethe, in the county of Middlesex, and premises, with a free fishery, in Stratford at Bowe, Stebenhethe, and Westham, in the county of Essex. D.C. Easter Anno 7.

William Alaughton and Bernard Ogbourn, and Cecilia, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge. Trin. Anno 7.

Thomas Whyttyngham, citizen and barber-surgeon of London, and Letitia, his wife, and Jasper Fesaunt, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Trin. Anno 7.

Hanse Hunter, of the city of Westminster, armourer, and John Grene, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. A messuage in Westminster. Trin. Anno 7.

Ambrose Nicholas, citizen and salter, of London, and Henry Hammond, gentleman, and Katherine, his wife, daughter and heir of Bartholomew Wyndeowt, gentleman, deceased. Premises in Bearestrete alias Fulhamstrete, in the parish of Fulham. Trin. Anno 7.

Henry Smythe, citizen and mercer, of London, and Sir Thomas Holcrofte, knight, and Juliana, his wife. A capital messuages and premises in the parish of Saynt Maryhyll, in the city of London. L. Trin. Anno 7.

William Armer, gentleman, and Sir Thomas Holcroft, knight, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in the parish of All Saints, Barkyng, in the city of London. L. Trin. Anno 7.

Gilbert Gerrard, gentleman, and Richard Chysnall, and Sir Thomas Holcroft, knight, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, St. Michael, Croked Lane; St. Botolph, without Aldersgate; St. Dunstan in the East; and All Saints, Barkyng, in the city of London; and premises in Wylsden, Kylborne, Hampstede, and Popler; and premises in divers places in the counties of Essex and Bedford. D.C. Trin. Anno 7.