London and Middlesex Fines
1-12 Elizabeth

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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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105-159

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'London and Middlesex Fines: 1-12 Elizabeth', A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London & Middlesex: volume 2: Henry VII - 12 Elizabeth (1893), pp. 105-159. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=78846 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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ELIZABETH.

John Fytz, esquire, and Anthony Uvedale, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Hil. Anno 1.

Thomas Gresham, esquire, and Anthony Strynger, gentleman, and John Elyotte, and Eleanor, his wife. Premises and mill in Heston. Warranty against Augustine Theyre and Alexander Chesenall. Hil. Anno 1.

William Roberttes, and Agnes, his wife, and Charles Spencer, William Spencer, Alan Robson, and Alice, his wife, Thomas Lyon, otherwise Sadeler, and Bridget, his wife, Joan Spencer, and George Spencer. Premises in Yelling. Hil. Anno 1.

John Brydges and Richard Come, otherwise Dane, and Emma, his wife. Premises in Shordiche. Hil. Anno 1.

Richard Durant, gentleman, and Catherine, his wife, and Richard Tirrell, esquire, and Grace, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Bartholomew the Great, near Westsmythfeld, London. L. Hil. Anno 1.

William, earl of Worcester, and William Hawtry, esquire, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in the parish of Christ Church, London. L. Hil. Anno 1.

Hugh Hollynshed, gentleman, and Henry Hampden, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in the counties of Buckingham and Hertford; and in Stanwell, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Hil. Anno 1.

Mary Judde, widow, and William Fleetwood, and John Judde. Premises in the county of Kent; and in "Booyerowe," within the city of London. D.C. Hil. Anno 1.

Robert Askewe and Benjamin Bowne, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 1.

Robert Cripps and Edward Bacon, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Kylborne. Easter Anno 1.

Robert Breynte and George Tye, and Mary, his wife. The moiety of premises in Hendon. Easter Anno 1.

George Evelyn and Nicholas Brodbelt, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Heston and Hownslowe. Easter Anno 1.

Richard Tyrrell, esquire, and William Babyngton, esquire, John Heathe, and Margaret, his wife. The office of keeper of the old palace of the queen, at Westminster, and four messuages in Westminster. Easter Anno 1.

Edward Beasshe, esquire, and Thomasina, his wife, and John Pryce, esquire, and Rose, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin Pomery, in Irommonger lane, in the ward of Cheape. L. Easter Anno 1.

John Husse and Robert Clough and John Apsley. A messuage in London. L. Easter Anno 1.

William Appes, son of Richard Appes, and the same Richard Appes, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Estend and Fyncheley. Trin. Anno 1.

Thomas Ouneslowe, citizen and grocer, of London, and Thomas Ouneslowe, baker, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordiche. Trin. Anno 1.

Michael Pen and Andrew Blechemer, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Stanwell. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Richard Hasplyn and Benjamin Bowne, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Nicholas Foljambe and William Grynder, Edmund Hampden, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Litleton, Shepperton, and Sonbery. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

John Andrewe, citizen and inholder, of London, and Robert Wyllamson, otherwise Kendall, gentleman, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

John Starkye and Thomas Astrye, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon, otherwise Whitchappell. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Robert Bassett and Thomas Fyssher, and Leonarda, his wife. Premises in Shordiche and Stepneth. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Richard Dowffelde and Sir Arthur Darcye, knight, and Mary, his wife, and Henry Darcye, son and heir apparent of the said Arthur. A messuage and wharf in Est Smythfeld. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Robert Knowlinge and John Knowling, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich Anno 1 and 2.

John Dalderne, the elder, and Robert Fytz. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, in Holbourne. Mich. Anno 1 and 2.

Edward Blakwell, and John Halse, gentleman, and Robert Nicoll, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Richard Snowe, and Catherine, his wife. Land in Hendon. Remainders to Daniel Nicoll, son of the said Robert and Elizabeth. Hil. Anno 2.

Richard Hatchman and Anne Jones, widow. Premises in Stanes, Lalham, Stanwell, and Sonbury. Warranty against the heirs of Nicholas Leke, formerly husband of the said Anne, and against the heirs of Geoffrey Johns, late the husband of the said Anne. Hil. Anno 2.

Thomas Kympton and William Beter, Richard Daye, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes. Hil. Anno 2.

Laurence Sheryffe, citizen and grocer, of London, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Stretis, citizen and vintner, of London, and Catherine, his wife. Land in the parish of St. Andrew, in Holborne. Hil. Anno 2.

Richard Blunt and William Wylcockes and John Mellysshe, and Bridget, his wife, and Edward Walshe, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Westminster, in the county of Middlesex; and in the county of Kent. D.C. Hil. Anno 2.

Richard Hunesdon and Humphrey Kybbett and William Wylson, and Robert Foster. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 2.

Thomas Fytzherbert, gentleman, and Robert Croke, gentleman. Premises in Tottenham, Edelmeton, otherwise Edmunton, Kentysshetowne, Holborne, in the parish of St. Pancras in the Fields, and in the parish of St. Andrew, Holburne. Easter Anno 2.

William Apps and Margaret, his wife, and John Mogen, and Agnes, his wife. A third part of premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 2.

Richard Tatursall, gentleman, and Laurence Manley, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. A third part of premises in Thistelworthe, Twyckname, Heston, and Norwoode. Mention of Elizabeth Hamond. Easter Anno 2.

George Francklyn and Geoffrey Woodward, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Greneford and Northall. Easter Anno 2.

William Fuller, gentleman, and Elizabeth Browne, otherwise Hobthorne, widow, and John Fuller, esquire. Premises within the cemetry of the Charterhouse, near London, in the parish of St. Botolph, next Aldichgate. Easter Anno 2.

Gilbert Sheryngton and John Snowe and Robert Crowle, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Pynnore, in the parish of Harrowe, and in Harrowe. Easter Anno 2.

Thomas Mathewe and Edmund Mathewe, merchant, and Rose, his wife. Premises in Stratford at Bowe, in the parish of Bramlegh. Easter Anno 2.

James Cayne and John Horsley, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Northwood. Easter Anno 2.

Simon Burton and John Mery, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Shordiche, and in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordiche. Easter Anno 2.

Thomas Hasilwood and John Bull, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 2.

John Eustace and Thomas Eastfield, otherwise Lucas. Premises in Lymehouse. Easter Anno 2.

Richard Tyrrell, esquire, and John Cotton, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Knyghtbrydge, in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster. Easter Anno 2.

William Benbrigg and Nicholas Ynglysche, and Mary, his wife. Two messuages in Bucklersburye, in the parish of St. Benedict Sherog. L. Easter Anno 2.

Edward Holte and Henry Fane, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Magdalene, next "Oldefysshestrete," London. L. Easter Anno 2.

Christopher Vavasour and Martin Grene and Ellen Waryn, widow. Premises in Philpot lane, in the city of London. Remainders to Sir William Vavasour, knight, and dame Elizabeth, his wife. L. Easter Anno 2.

Gilbert Garrard, esquire, and William Tooke, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Lands called Bolton and Denham, in the county of Middlesex, and land in the county of Hertford. D.C. Easter Anno 2.

Roger Gysse and William Goodyere, and Anne, his wife, and John Marwood. Premises in Hadley, in the county of Middlesex; and Chepyngebarnet, in the county of Hertford. D.C. Easter Anno 2.

John Bowman and John Burte, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Southmynes. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

James Cayne and Anthony Walker, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, John Keyme, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Whiton Southfelde. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Hugh Partredge, esquire, William Slywryght, gentleman, and Robert Burtage, esquire, and Mary, his wife. The manors of Cowleypechey, Hayes, and Parkhall, and premises in Cowleypechey, Northall, Hayes, Helyngdon, and Northwood; also the advowson of the church of Cowleypeche. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Humphrey Kybbett and Richard Hunnesdon and Hugh Smyth, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enfield. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Alexander Slayne and Stephen Colt, and Margery, his wife, and Thomas Bygg. Premises in Istylworth. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

John Garrett and Robert Radstone, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge and Hillingdon. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Robert Breynt and George Tye, and Mary, his wife. The moiety of premises in Hendon. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Thomas Kyghtley and William Hylton, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Edmonton. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

William Bromefeld, esquire, and Sir Thomas Cornewaleys, knight, and Anne, his wife. Manor of Barnes, and premises in the parishes of St. Botolph, without Algate, Whitechappell, and St. Catherine, near London, and Stepnethe, otherwise Stebenhethe. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Jerome Halley, esquire, and Oliver Seynt John, lord Seynt John of Bletsoo, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in West Brayneford, otherwise New Brayneford. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

John Broxolme, esquire, and Etheldreda Hubbert, widow. Premises in the parish of St. Margaret Patens, in the Tower ward of London. L. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

John Beverley and Christopher Twyselton, esquires, and Brian Stapelton, esquire, son and heir apparent of Sir Richard Stapilton, knight, and Elizabeth, wife of the said Brian. Premises in Barkyng and Dagnam, in the county of Essex, and in the city of London. D.C. Mich. Anno 2 and 3.

Thomas Maddockes and Thomas Smytheson, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Enfeild. Hil. Anno 3.

Robert Savage and John Wardall, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Mary Matfelon, otherwise White Chapell. Hil. Anno 3.

Agnes Hutton, widow, and John Aron, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Endefeyld. Hil. Anno 3.

Ralph Cholmeley, serjeant-at-law, Walter Rooper, esquire, and Richard Payne, esquire, and Henry Parker, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Hil. Anno 3.

Robert Curson and Richard Wooton, and Mary, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate. Warranty against Michael, William, and John Brylley. [Brysley?] Hil. Anno 3.

Andrew Smythe and John Dixson, and John Smarte. Premises in the Stronde, without the Bars of the New Temple. Hil. Anno 3.

John Parker, citizen and grocer, of London, and John Tresure, and Margaret, his wife. A windmill and an acre of land in the parish of Stebunhuthe. Hil. Anno 3.

John Tamworthe, esquire, and John Dodyngton, gentleman, and John Jackeson. Land in Lylleston. Hil. Anno 3.

Francis Newdegate, esquire, and Nicholas Foljambe, and Agnes, his wife, and William Grynder. Premises in Lytleton, Sheperton, and Sonbery. Hil. Anno 3.

Elizabeth Gylbarn, widow, and Francis Askew, citizen and draper, of London, son and heir of Edmund Askew. Premises in Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 3.

John Tamworth, esquire, and William Dodyngton, gentleman. Premises in the parish of St. Martin, next to Charyngcrosse. Hil. Anno 3.

Richard Onslowe, esquire, and Catherine, his wife, and William Patrickson, gentleman, and Frances, his wife. Premises in London. L. Hil. Anno 3.

Rowland Heyward, citizen and clothworker, of London, and Robert Blackhouse, yeoman. A messuage in the parish of St. Clement, in a lane called "Seynt Clements lane," within the city of London. L. Hil. Anno 3.

Richard Onslowe, esquire, and Catherine, his wife, and Bartholomew Hales, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in London. L. Hil. Anno 3.

Henry Norreis, esquire, and Margery, his wife, and Richard Wenman, esquire, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in the counties of Berks. and Oxford; and in Kentishtown, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 3.

Walter Roberts, esquire, and Frances, his wife, and John Sparrey, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. A ninth part of premises in Stepney. Easter Anno 3.

Robert Goddard and John Owen, and Alice, his wife, and Alice Chapman, widow. The moiety of premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 3.

Robert Estriche, otherwise Lorkyn, and Benjamin Boone, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Edelmeton, otherwise Edmonton. Easter Anno 3.

Ralph Leche and Walter Partryge, and Dionisia, his wife. Premises in Great Greneford and Northall. Easter Anno 3.

Jerome Halley, esquire, and Henry Parker, gentleman. Premises in Oldbrayneford. Easter Anno 3.

Sir Thomas Wrothe, knight, and Henry Cocke, gentleman. Land in Enfeld. Easter Anno 3.

Henry Bennett and Richard Ferrer and John Bennett, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in le Charterhouse Lane, in the parish of St. Sepulchre. Easter Anno 3.

Richard Ropar, and Ellen, his wife, and Richard Wotton, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Goldyng Lane, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate. Warranty against Michael, William, John, and Botolph Brisley, [Brilley?] sons and heirs of Edward Brisley [Brilley?] Easter Anno 3.

Thomas Rayner and Thomas Saunders, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Myles, otherwise Studley, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises, including a free fishery, in Colney, Hillingdon, Colham, and Cowley. Easter Anno 3.

John Norffolke, and Isabella, his wife, and Peter Francklyn, and John Rolff, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 3.

Thomas Fox and Sir William Pagett, knight, lord Pagett de Bewdesert, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 3.

Richard Pettye, gentleman, and John Harryson, and Ursula, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate. Easter Anno 3.

William Barnad and William Maryner, and Catherine, his wife, and Richard Warde, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Harrowe. Easter Anno 3.

Edward Blakwell, and John Newdygate, the younger, and William Hyll, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Heese and Norwood. Easter Anno 3.

Robert Fox, William Fox, Richard Apps, William Apps, Robert Heyne, the younger, George Shepard, Henry Rolff, Robert Rolff, the younger, William Osborne, Robert Osborne, John Somerton, and John Pratt, and Robert Heyne, the elder, and John Sheparde. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 3.

Sir Thomas Wrothe, knight, and Henry Cock. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 3.

Robert Astry, otherwise Lorkyn, and Robert Askewe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 3.

Henry Rockaden and Thomas Kedde, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Enfyld. Trin. Anno 3.

John Swyfte, esquire, and Richard Tyrrell, esquire, and Grace, his wife. Premises in Knyghtsbridge. Trin. Anno 3.

Sir William Hewet, knight, and Edward Osborne, and Anne, his wife, and Sir Thomas Smyth, knight, and Philippa, his wife, Sir William Vavasoure, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife, Henry Austen, and Letitia, his wife, Ellen Wryne, widow, and Anthony Cavalarie, gentleman. Premises in Philpot lane, in the parish of St. Denys Backchurche, in London. L. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Goodrych, esquire, and Sir William Buttes, knight. Three messuages within the precincts of the late house of the Carmelite friars, in the suburbs of the city of London. L. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

John Olyff and Joan, his wife, and Richard Calton, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Clarkson, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without Newgate. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Edward Welche, esquire, and Walter Robertes, and Frances, his wife, daughter and heir of John Maynard, deceased. Premises in Popler. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Sebastian Carter and Robert Knollyng, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton, otherwise Edmonton. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Christopher Barnard and Richard Whyte, gentleman, and Margaret Whyte, his daughter. Premises in High Holborne. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Spycer, and Agnes, his wife, and George Ludlowe, esquire. The manor of Lyttelton, and premises in Lyttelton, Shepton, Laleham, and Assheford. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Vale and Robert Cooke, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

William Merett and Paul Poope, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Hoxton. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Thomas Hogeson and William Wakefield. Premises in Goldinglane (Hil. Anno 3); and afterwards William Hogeson, son and heir of the aforesaid Thomas Hogeson, and the same William Wakefield, concerning the same premises. Mention of John Hillyard, and Joan, his wife. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Richard Ferys and Robert Westfeild, and William Goodyer, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Paddyngton. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

"Mathelma" Stepkyn, widow, and John Stepkyn, gentleman, and Jasper Hill. Premises in White Chappell, Stebuneth, and Wappinge. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Robert Hobbye and Giles Jacob and John Burchett, and Dorothy, his wife. The moiety of premises in Hackney. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Thomas Brend and Roland Page. The manor of Patys, and premises in Est Bedfount, otherwise Churche Bedfount, Feltham, Assheford, otherwise Echelford, Stanes, and Stanwell. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Walter Cole and John Cole and Alexander Hewes, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Land in Hownslow and Heston. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Lewis Stucley, esquire, and Thomas Stucley, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in "Saynt Dennys Backe Churche, Saynt Edmundes, Saynt Gabriell Fanchurche, and Saynt Olyffes," in the county of the city of London, and in the county of Essex, and in Agerston and St. Leonards, in Shordyche, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 3 and 4.

Bartholomew Brokesby and Oliver Dawbney, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 4.

Roger Smyth, and Geoffrey Clyff, gentleman, and Richard Clyff, gentleman, and Juliana, his wife. Premises in Highe Holborne. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Doughtie and Henry Heron and Sir James Blunt, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 4.

Matthew Feild and Robert Holbye, and Grace, his wife, and Giles Jacob. Premises in Hakney. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Wotton, gentleman, and Humphry Kybbet, and Richard Hunesdon. Land in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 4.

John Chamley and Thomas Saunders, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. A messuage in Woxbridge. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Blakwell, gentleman, and Thomas Abbercromer, otherwise Cromer, gentleman, and Stephen Hadnoll, otherwise Hadnall, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Southe Mymmes. Hil. Anno 4.

Christopher Wynkfelde, and Isabella, his wife, and Richard Wynkefelde, and Joan, his wife. Fourth part of premises in Harrow on the Hill, Whemley Grene, and Twyver. Hil. Anno 4.

William Rudstone and Ralph Hamonde and Anthony Uvydall, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Flurry. A messuage in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Hil. Anno 4.

George Haryson and Sir James Blunt, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 4.

William Walter and John Harryngton, gentleman, and Roger Alford, esquire. Premises in le Whitefryers, near Fletestreate, in the suburbs of London. L. Hil. Anno 4.

Thomas Standley and Sir James Blunt, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Peter le Poore, in the ward of Bredstrete. L. Hil. Anno 4.

John Gardener and Sir John Yorke, knight, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Ratclyffe. Easter Anno 4.

William Parker and Edward Pate, gentleman, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Tottenham. Easter Anno 4.

Nicholas Carew and Richard Cove, and Margery, his wife. Premises in Goldyng Lane and Whytcross Strete. Easter Anno 4.

Edmund Stephenson, gentleman, and Michael Wendover, and Agnes, his wife. The moiety of premises in Uxbridge, Hyllyngdon, and Cowley. Remainders. Easter Anno 4.

Philip Broun, and John Eveleigh, gentleman, and John Broun, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 4.

Arnold Lowerby [or Lowbery] and Henry Darcy, esquire. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate. Easter Anno 4.

Geoffrey Walkeden, citizen and skinner, of London, and Anne, his wife, and Henry Cock and Ursula, his wife. Premises in Edmonton, otherwise Edelmeton, and Tottenham. Easter Anno 4.

William Long and Magdalene, his wife, and Sir Edmund Brydges, knight, lord Chandos, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Strande. Easter Anno 4.

Nicholas Burlacy and Stephen Morall and Sir Richard Pexsall, knight, and Richard Nicholas. Premises in Ickenham and Hyllyngdon. Easter Anno 4.

Robert Cooke, gentleman, and William Freman, and Joan, his wife, and Robert Rudd, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Laleham. Easter Anno 4.

The master, wardens, and community of the mystery of the Skinners of London, the governor of the possessions, revenues and goods of the Free Grammar School of Sir Andrew Judd, knight, in the vill of Tunbridge, in the county of Kent, and Henry Fyssher, and Elizabeth, his wife. Thirty acres of land in the parish of St. Pancras. Easter Anno 4.

Thomas Fyld and Nicholas Burlacy and Sir Richard Pexsall, knight, and John Reyner, of Uxbryge. Premises in Hyllyngdon and Uxbryge. Easter Anno 4.

Thomas More and William Parker, and Margery, his wife. Land in Tottenham. Easter Anno 4.

Richard Flyer and Henry Crymes, gentleman. Premises in London. L. Easter Anno 4.

Roger Manwood and Thomas Bromley, gentlemen, and James Marshe, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the county of Kent, in Westminster in the county of Middlesex, and in the county of the city of Canterbury. D.C. Easter Anno 4.

Thomas Bellamye, gentleman, and William Bellamye, esquire, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Moncken Hadley, Edmonton, and Southmymes, in the county of Middlesex; and land in the county of Hertford. D.C. Easter Anno 4.

John Wyngfeld and John Audley and Sir Robert Wyngfeld, knight. The moiety of manors and lands in the counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, Canterbury, Leicester, Buckingham, and Cornwall; and the moiety of the manor of Kensyngton, and of premises in Kensyngton, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 4.

William Lee and Joan, his wife, and Simon Potter, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 4.

Robert Ledell and John Fyste, and Alice, his wife, and William Fyste, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hampton on Thames. Trin. Anno 4.

Thomas Smythe, esquire, and John Stepkyne, otherwise Typkyne, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Wappynge, Stepenhethe, and St. Mary Matfellon. Warranty against Machelina Stepkyne, otherwise Typkyne, widow, Edward Duggens, gentleman, Basil Johnson, gentleman, and Jasper Hill, gentleman. Trin. Anno 4.

Richard Bellyngeham and Walter Partrydge, and Dionisia, his wife. Premises in Heston and Hownslowe. Trin. Anno 4.

Francis Fitz, gentleman, and Antony Uvedale, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Fitz, esquire. A messuage in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 4.

Nicholas Burlacy and John Hyll and Sir Richard Pexsall, knight, and Richard Stamborough. Premises in Hyllyngdon and Ickenham. Trin. Anno 4.

William, marquis of Winchester, great treasurer of England, and Sir John Grey, knight, lord Grey, and Mary, his wife. A capital messuage of the "Minoresse" and three gardens, without and near Algate. Trin. Anno 4.

Thomas Wylson and John Taillor, and Barbara, his wife. Land in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 4.

William Curtis and Thomas Stucley, esquire, and Anne, his wife, kinswoman, and heir of Sir Thomas Curtys, knight, deceased. Premises in Endfeld and Edelmeton, otherwise Edmonton. Trin. Anno 4.

Walter Cowdrey and Robert Cooke, gentleman, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 4.

Thomas Heydon, and Margery, his wife, and John Bennett, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Holborn "le Barbycon strete, and Townesend lane, near Quene Hyve," in the city and suburbs of London. L. Trin. Anno 4.

Henry Sympson and William Ridgeley and Matthew Pery, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Charterhouse lane, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, London, in the county of Middlesex, and in the county of Hertford. D.C. Trin. Anno 4.

John Bodyham and Roger Smyth, gentlemen, and Matilda Norris, otherwise Jacson, widow. Premises in St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Geoffrey Walkeden, and Anne, his wife, and John Grymstone, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Roger Mascall and Richard Bentley, and Alice, his wife. Premises in High Holborne. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Thomas Nycolles and John Grymstone, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Simon Skydmer, and Jane, his wife, and Robert Mathewe. Premises in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Castell and Francis Vaughan, esquire. Premises in the city of Westminster. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Thomas Ryveley and John Grymston, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

William Sanny and Robert Sanny, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Melton and Roger [Robert?] Smyth, gentleman. Premises in High Holborne, also the moiety of a garden in High Holborne. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Geoffrey Walkeden, and Anne, his wife, and Robert Mathewe, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Tamworth, esquire, and Thomas Essex, esquire, and Jane, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Armigill Wade, esquire, and Anne, his wife, and Jerome Palmer, esquire, and Eleanor, his wife. Land in Kentyshtowne, St. Pancras, and Hampstede. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

William Burton and John Arlon, and Alice, his wife. Land in Harrow upon the Hill and Pynnor. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

William Rutter, gentleman, and Thomas Gent, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of John Swallowe, esquire, deceased. Premises in Stepney. Mich. Anno 5.

Robert Gower and Edmund Gower and John Folyott, esquire, and Barbara, his wife, and William Gower, esquire. Premises in the parish of St. Peter in Westchepe. L. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

Leonard Sandell, Richard Heywood, gentleman, and John Mannyng, and John Gessham, gentleman, and Isabella, his wife, and Richard Cooke, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the county of Essex, and twenty messuages in the parish of St. Michael, in Bassyngshawe, London, in the county of London. D.C. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

William Bromefeld, esquire, and Henry Becher, and James Beard. Premises in Haryngey, otherwise Harnessey, Hyghegate, otherwise Hygate, Totenham, Totenham Hyghecrosse, Strodegrene, Pensnothyll, and Iselyngton, in the county of Middlesex, and in the parish of St. Nicholas, Colde Abbey, in London, in the county of London. D.C. Mich. Anno 4 and 5.

John Kay, gentleman, and John Ryther, esquire. Premises in Hakeney. Hil. Anno 5.

Robert Goddard and Robert Pratt, and Agnes, his wife, Thomas Lepar, and Alice, his wife. The moiety of premises in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 5.

William Crompton and John Daldern, otherwise Dalton, the elder, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew in Holborne. Hil. Anno 5.

William Newell and John Warren, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate. Hil. Anno 5.

Gilbert Gerrard, esquire, and John Hurst, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Harrowe, Sudbery, and Grenford. Hil. Anno 5.

Thomas Repyngton, esquire, and Edward Colbarne, gentleman, and George Wylloughbye, esquire, and Matilda, his wife. Premises in Holburne. Hil. Anno 5.

Thomas Chalfount, gentleman, and John Dymbylby. Premises in Monken Hadley. Hil. Anno 5.

John Page, gentleman, and Thomas Page, and Joan, his wife. The manor of Wymeley, otherwise Wemley, and premises in Harrowe on the Hill. Hil. Anno 5.

Edward Sutton and William Loker, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Hanworthe. Hil. Anno 5.

Simon Skydmer and Jane, his wife, and John Cleynge. Premises in Fyncheley. Hil. Anno 5.

Thomas Hemmyngwey, gentleman, and Jerome Halley, esquire, and "Kynborowa" (sic) his wife. Premises in Old Braynforde and New Braynforde. Hil. Anno 5.

William Dodington and John Dodington and William Maynerd, and Henry Parker. Premises in Fullham. Hil. Anno 5.

Thomas Walker, and George Walker, and Roger Harreyounge, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in the county of Kent, and in Shordyche, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Hil. Anno 5.

Sir William Cecill, knight, chief secretary of the queen, and Armigill Wade, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Kentishtowne, Padington, Hampstede, and in the parish of St. Pancras. Warranty against Jerome Palmer and John Palmer. Easter Anno 5.

John Barnes and Roger Mascall and Robert Wyse, and Joan, his wife, and Thomas Ball. Premises in the parish of St. Margaret, in the city of Westminster. Easter Anno 5.

Thomas Smythe, esquire, and Rowland Broune, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 5.

William Nicholl and Robert Freman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Muncken Hadley. Easter Anno 5.

Thomas Yale, doctor of civil law, and Thomas Tusser, gentleman. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 5.

William Doddes, esquire, and Catherine, his wife, and Thomas Lewkenor, and Bridget, his wife. The manor of Wyllyottes, and premises in Southmymes and Monken Hadley. Easter Anno 5.

George Harryson and Walter Derbye, and Henry Miles, and Alice, his wife. Premises in St. Giles in the Fields. Remainders to James Powell and Anne, his wife. Easter Anno 5.

William Clerkson and Thomas Knyghtley, and Margaret, his wife. Two parts of three messuages, in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 5.

Thomas Wylson and John Tamworthe, esquire, and Christiana, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, next Charynge Crosse. Easter Anno 5.

Henry Myles and Alice, his wife, and Robert Button, Richard Powell, Thomas Hemmyngway, Henry Amptell, William Baldewyn and Richael Baldewyn. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Easter Anno 5.

Henry Peryent and Thomas Morrys. Land in Tottenham. Easter Anno 5.

Joan Robyent, widow, and Edmund Smyth, gentleman, and Agnes, his wife. Three messuages in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 5.

Ralph Faulkener and James Powell and Sir James Blunt, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Easter Anno 5.

Thomas Doughtie and William Symons and Ambrose Crolyer, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 5.

John Harryson, citizen and goldsmith, of London, and John Baseley, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Yeling, otherwise Illyng. Easter Anno 5.

Joan Trappes, widow, and Jocyce . . exey, widow, and Antony Moresse, and Juliana, his wife. Easter Anno 5.

William Byrde and Christopher Byrde, and Thomas Burgeaunte, gentleman, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Peter, in "Weastcheape," and St. Mary Magdalen in "Mylkestrete," within the ward of Creplegate, London. L. Easter Anno 5.

George Filbie, gentleman, and Oliver Tatham. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, in Holborne. L. Easter Anno 5.

Henry Campion, citizen and mercer, of London, and Henry, earl of Rutland, and the lady Bridget, his wife. Premises in the parish of Christchurch, within Newgate. L. Easter Anno 5.

Richard Spryngham and John Coswarth, and Michael Locke, and Jane, his wife. Premises in the counties of Gloucester and York, and land in Tottenham, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 5.

Thomas Knyghtley and William Hylton, and Alice, his wife. Two parts of premises divided into three parts, in the county of Kent, and in Braynford, and in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 5.

John Cholmeley, gentleman, and Richard Fothergill, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the counties of Surrey and Buckingham, and in the parish of St. Botolph, without Bysshoppesgate, London, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 5.

Richard Hopkins, gentleman, and Thomas Watkys, and Thomas Trussell, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Land in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 5.

Charles Husey, esquire, Henry Gyle, gentleman, and Thomas Butler, gentleman, and Thomas Stockwood, gentleman. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, next Charyng Crosse, and Northall. Trin. Anno 5.

Edmund Robertes and Richard Barlye, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Wylsdon and Hendon. Trin. Anno 5.

Thomas Russell and George Goddard, gentleman, and Elizabeth Hevenyngham, otherwise Hennyngham, widow. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordyche. Trin. Anno 5.

Robert Ferrers, gentleman, and George Goddard, and Charles Goddard, gentleman, and Elizabeth Heveningham, otherwise Hennyngham, widow. Premises in Shordyche and Stebbenheth. Trin. Anno 3.

Francis Downes, esquire, and Thomas Carewe, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in ' Marebone,' in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Trin. Anno 5.

Nicholas Holmes and Roger Wylde and Thomas Wylde. Thirty acres in Hyllyngdon. Trin. Anno 5.

Gilbert Gerrard, esquire, attorney-general, and Gilbert Sheryngton, gentleman, and Edward Baysshe, esquire, and Thomasina, his wife. The manor of Pytteshanger and premises in Pytteshanger and Yelyng. Trin. Anno 5.

Oliver Rycardes and Joan, his wife, and Robert Howton, and Matilda, his wife. Land in Sordyche and Stepney. Trin. Anno 5.

[There are no Fines for Mich. 5 and 6, Elizabeth.]

Robert Deycrowe and William Lee, and Joan, his wife. Land in Enfeld. Hil. Anno 6.

Henry Byllyngsby and Christopher Holt, gentlemen, and William Wylkyns, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. An acre of land and a passage over the water of the Thames called "Chelchehythe Ferye," in Chelchehyth. Hil. Anno 6.

John Kay and Dunstan Felton, esquire, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Hackeney. Hil. Anno 6.

George Harryson, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Francis Downes, esquire. Land in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 6.

Gilbert Wray, yeoman, and Robert Askewe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 6.

Henry Belamy and Thomas Belamy. Premises in Monkton Hadleigh. Hil. Anno 6.

Henry Laurence, gentleman, and Anthony Uvedale, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Hil. Anno 6.

Thomas Duke, William Colshill, and Wyatt Wylde, gentlemen, and Matthew Poyntz, gentleman, and Winifred, his wife. The third part of premises in the county of Surrey, and in Westminster, in the county of Middlesex. Mention of Winifred Raynesforde. D.C. Hil. Anno 6.

Sir Richard Sakevyle, knight, Thomas Sakevyle, John Sakevyle, esquires, Anthony Bridges, and Edward Barnard, gentlemen, and Philip Fynes, gentleman. Manors and lands in the counties of Sussex, Kent, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Lincoln, Southampton, Northampton, Berks, Wilts, Dorset, Nottingham, Derby, York, Northumberland; and premises in London. D.C. Hil. Anno 6.

Thomas Wilson and John Wardalle, and Joan, his wife. Premises is the parish of St. Mary Matfelon, otherwise Whytechappell. Easter Anno 6.

William Gerrade, gentleman, and Thomas Partriche, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Northad', Harowe on the Hill, and Greyneforde. Easter Anno 6.

William Aubrey and William Rooper, esquire. Advowson of the church of Herlyngton, otherwise Herdyngton. Easter Anno 6.

John Hulse, gentleman, and Philip Hulse, esquire. A messuage, two shops, and a wharf, in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East, in the ward of Billinsgate. L. Easter Anno 6.

James Mascall and Anthony Maxey, gentleman. Premises in the county of Buckingham, and land in Stanwell, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 6.

Richard Roper, John Bankes, Reginald Dent, Thomas Robynson, William Mascall, and John Egles, and John Hiller, and Joan, his wife. Eighty gardens in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepilgate. Trin. Anno 6.

Sir Thomas Gresham, knight, and Anne, his wife, and Edmund Awger, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Land in Heston. Warranty against Edward Mason. Trin. Anno 6.

Thomas Felde and John Newdygate, esquire, Thomas Breame, and "Amphelicia," his wife. Premises in Woxbrydge. Trin. Anno 6.

William Vyncent and William Robertes, otherwise Anthony, and Anne, his wife, and Robert Nasshe, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Wyllesden, and Harlesdon. Trin. Anno 6.

John Parker and Edmund Mathewe, and Rose, his wife, and Alice Lever, widow. Premises in Stratford at Bowe and Bromley. Trin. Anno 6.

Stephen Clabroke and William Claybroke, gentlemen, and Thomas Edderydge, and Agnes, his wife. Premises, with water-mill, in St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 6.

Richard Cryer and Edward Warde, otherwise Pylton, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge. Trin. Anno 6.

Mathew Feylde and John Sammes, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. The moiety of land in Hackney. Trin. Anno 6.

Thomas Busbye and John Nicolas, gentleman. Premises in Goldyng-lane, in the suburbs of London. Trin. Anno 6.

Edward Peeke and Richard Forthe and Peter Good, and Margaret, his wife. The manor of Grovebarnes, and premises in Stanes, Asheforde, Lalam, and Stanwell. Trin. Anno 6.

John Nuttynge and Eleanor, his wife, and Edmund Robertz, esquire. Premises in Hendon. Trin. Anno 6.

Robert Woodlef [Woodles ?] gentleman, and Robert Adence, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge. Trin. Anno 6.

William Rooper, esquire, and William Aubrey, and Jane, his wife. The manor of Dalley, and premises in Harlington, otherwise Hardington, Iknam, Sybston, and Harniesworth. Trin. Anno 6.

William Taylor and Thomas Sherley, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in South Mymmes, Fyncheley, Hendon, Hornsey, Willesdon, and Acton; and also the sixth part of the manor of Oxgate; and of premises in Wyllesdon, Hendon, Harrowe, otherwise Harrowe on the Hyll, Grene ford, Peryvale, Yelyng, otherwise Ealyng, Ikename, Hygate, and Kyngesbury. Remainders. Trin. Anno 6.

Richard Duffeld, John Hogettes, Roger Taylor, Thomas Cordye, and Thomas Shepard, and William Frenche, and Thomas Frenche. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate, London. L. Trin. Anno 6.

Sir Walter Myldmay, knight, Sir Anthony Cooke, knight, Robert Wyngfeld, esquire, Anthony Broun, esquire . . . John Harringey, esquire, William Cooke, esquire, Roger Alford, esquire, John Conyers, gentleman, John Montstephan, gentleman, and Peter Kempe, gentleman, and Sir William Cecyll, knight, chief secretary of the queen. Manors, lands, &c., in the counties of Lincoln, Northampton, Rutland, and Hertford; and a capital messuage called " Circittes Howse," and premises in the city of Westminster, and in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, St. Martin, St. Pancras, St. Margaret in Westminster, Kentishtowne, and Enfeld, in the county of Middlesex; and in the parish of St. Gregory, in the ward of ' Baynerd's Castell,' in the county of the city of London. D.C. Trin. Anno 6.

John Rawlyns and Henry Myles, and Alice, his wife, and James Apowell, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Simon Skydmor and Thomas Somerton, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Fynchly. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Rose Trott, widow, and Robert Bigmore, and Isabella, his wife, and Robert Smyth, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Henry Isham, and Thomas Merycke, and Margaret, his wife, and Christopher Troughton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Southmymes. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Thomas Garton and John Porter and Robert Morcok, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Joan Robiaunt, widow, and John Foxe, and Anne, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Sepulchre, in the suburbs of London. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Christopher Gybson and William Stokes, and Joan, his wife. Premises in "Grayse Inne lane," in the parish of St. Andrew, in Holborne. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Roger att Lee and John Newdegate, esquire, and Thomas Breame, and "Amphelicia," his wife. Premises in Woxbryge and Cowley. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

William Lychelade, otherwise Clerke, and Francis Vaughan, esquire. Premises in Knyghtbrydge, Kensinton, Eye and le Breche. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

John Kechyn, gentleman, and Thomas Staunford, gentleman. Ten acres of pasture in Hollowey and Islyngton. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Edmund Turner and William Honynge, and Frances, his wife. Premises in New Braynforde and Elinge. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

William Harward, clerk, rector of the parish church of St. Clement Danes, and Margery Chesshire, widow. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

John Bromfelde and John Grymston, the younger, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of 60 acres of wood, in the parish of Edelmeton. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Roger Parker and Thomas Henneage, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Sixty-six acres of pasture in Clerkenwell. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Hugh Councell, gentleman, and Henry Bell, and Elizabeth, his wife. Twenty acres of land and twenty acres of pasture in Istelworth Syon. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Thomasina Best, widow, and Everard Dygby, gentleman. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

John Tamworth, esquire, and Henry Parker, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Fulham. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Thomas Clerke and Robert Nicoll and John Lambe, and Alice, his wife, and Robert Clerke, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Robert Taylor and Bartholomew Jennens, citizen and fishmonger, of London. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard in Estcheap, London. Mention of Elizabeth Rayston, widow. L. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Thomas Penington and William Shypton, and Thomas Shypton. Premises in the parish of St. Stephen, in "Colmanstrete," in the city of London. L. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

John Howlte and William Leonarde, and Thomas Strete, gentleman. Premises in the parish of St. Nicholas Olave in "Bredstrete." Mention of Alice Leonard, widow. L. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

James Crewse, esquire, and Anthony Pase, merchant, and John Aldrydge, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the counties of Buckingham and Berks.; and in Uxbrydge, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

George Yeo, gentleman, and John Broke, gentleman, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Enveld, in the county of Middlesex; and in the county of Essex. D.C. Mich. Anno 6 and 7.

Thomas Forster and Anthony Tate, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, near Byllingsgate. L (in calendar only). Hil. Anno 7.

John Herdson and John Heath, esquire. Premises in the St. Dunstan in le Est. L. (in calendar only). Hil. Anno 7.

Sir Richard Cholmeley, knight, and Sir John Mordaunt, knight, lord Mordaunt, and others. Premises in le Whyte Fryers. L. (in calendar only). Hil. Anno 7.

Edmund Pygyon, gentleman, and Joan, his wife, and Henry Baker, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Est Bedfount and West Bedfount. Hil. Anno 7.

Thomas Pate [Pace ?] and Richard Brant. Premises in Hendon. Hil. Anno 7.

Thomas Doughtie and Henry Laurence, gentleman, and Everilda, his wife, and Anthony Uvedale, and Elizabeth, his wife. Two messuages in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Hil. Anno 7.

Thomas Raye and Richard Clarke, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Wynsmorehyll, in the parish of Edelmeton; also the third part of premises in " Norton Folly," in the parish of St. Botolph, without Byssheppegate, London. Hil. Anno 7.

Thomas Thursbye, gentleman, and Thomas Stockwood, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Mention of Avice Thursbye. Hil. Anno 7.

Sir William Harper, knight, and the lady Alice, his wife, and Cæsar Adelmare, and Margery, his wife. Land in High Holborne, within the parish of St. Andrew. Hil. Anno 7.

William Downes, citizen and merchant-tailor of London, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Stockwood, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Mention of Thomas Thursbye, and Avice, his wife. Hil. Anno 7.

Thomas Hasylwood and Edmund Cordell, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 7.

Thomasina Best, widow, and Everard Dygbye, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Easter Anno 7.

Thomas Harbert, gentleman, and Geoffrey Rudd, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Walett, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Endfeld. Easter Anno 7.

Nicholas Brelman and Edward Norres, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of a messuage in the parish of St. Martin, next Charynge Crosse. Easter Anno 7.

William Kynge and Edward Norres, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of two messuages in the parish of St. Martin, next Charynge Crosse. Easter Anno 7.

John Forrest and Edward Norres, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of two messuages in the parish of St. Martin, next Charynge Crosse. Easter Anno 7.

Thomas Russell and Thomas Noell, otherwise Nowell. and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes. Easter Anno 7.

Geoffrey Walkeden and Anne, his wife, and James Tusser, and Simon Andrewes, and Barbara, his wife. Land in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 7.

John [Thomas ?] Godd, and Sir William Broke, knight, lord Cobham, lord warden of the Cinque Ports, and Frances, his wife, and Benedict Spinola, gentleman. Premises in Hackney. Easter Anno 7.

Thomas Russell and John Shadde, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes. Easter Anno 7.

John Wight, gentleman, and Edward James, and Joan, his wife. Land in Istelworth. Easter Anno 7.

John Ettonfyld and Richard Grafton, citizen and grocer, of London, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of Christ Church, within Newgate, London. Remainders. L. Easter Anno 7.

John Bull and John Stocker Jekyll, and Mary, his wife. Premises in More Lane, in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepelgate. L (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

John Slighe and Sir James Blount, knight, lord Mountjoye, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

Gilbert Oliver, and others, and Henry Lysley, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

John Hodge and William Lee, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfeld (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

Thomas Butler, gentleman, and others, and James Colette, and others. Premises in Stanes (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

Richard Frankland, and others, and Sir James Blount, knight, lord Mountjoye, and others. Premises in High Holborn (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

John Baker and Edward Warde, otherwise Pylton, and others. Premises in Uxbridge (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

William Walshe and William Bromefyld, gentleman, and others. Premises in Poplar, in the parish of Stepney (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

William Court and John Baker, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

Richard Cryer (?) and Bernard Ogbourne, and Cecily, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

Ralph Bacstar and Bernard Ogbourne, and Cecily, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

William Whyte and John Rose, and —, his wife. Premises in Enfelde (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

Elizabeth Budder, and others, and Simon Budder. Premises in Endefelde (in calender only). Trin. Anno 7.

Robert Marten and Thomas Persse, esquire. Premises in Isleden, otherwise Islyngton (in calendar only). Trin. Anno 7.

Robert Broune, and others, and Sir James Blount, lord Mountjoye, and Katherine, his wife. The manor of St. Giles in the Fields, in the county of Middlesex and in the city of London. D.C (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Augustine Fowys and Richard Fowys. Premises in the parishes of St. Peter, in Westcheap, and elsewhere. L (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Cuthbert Tunstall, esquire, and others, and Joan Sheaf, widow. A tenement in Fynk's Lane, in the parish of St. Benet Fynke. L (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Ralph Smart, and others, and George Cunnygreve. Premises in the parish of St. Dunstan in the West. L (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

William Maynarde and Richard Fothergyll, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in le Vintrey. L (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

John Braunche and Elizabeth Pallady, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Abchurch. L (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7.

Thomas Stanley, esquire, and Sir James Blount, knight, lord Mountjoye, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard, Shordyche (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Thomas Fowler, gentleman, and others, and — (sic) Thursby, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Margaret Hollygrave, widow, and Christopher Hubberd, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldgate (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

John Hudson and William Harryson, and others. Premises in Enfeld (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Richard Mason, and others, and Ambrose Crolyer, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, and elsewhere (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Christopher Sheffilde and Richard Gonssell (?). Premises in Hardyngton (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Jane Kyrrye, daughter and heir of William Kyrrye, deceased, and Thomas Freman, gentleman, and others. Premises in Hampsted (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Margaret Kyrry, widow, and Thomas Freman, gentleman, and others. Premises in Hampsted (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

John Braytoft and Charles Goddard, gentleman, and others. Premises in Shordyche and elsewhere (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

George Carewe, clerk, and Sir William Chester, knight, and others. Premises in Poplar and elsewhere (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

George Campyon and Robert Oldam, and others. A tenement in "Seynt John's Streat" (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

John Bynkes and Edward Welshe, gentleman, and others. Premises in the city of Westminster (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Thomas Nicolls and Thomas Hewes, and others. The third part of a tenement in Edmonton (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

John Hudson and William Whyte, and others. Premises in Enfield (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Richard Tattersall, gentleman, and others, and Nicholas Wylliams, esquire, and others. The third part of premises in Thistleworth and elsewhere (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Robert Wolman and Thomas Hughes, esquire, and others. "A tenement in the water of Cowley" (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Roger Gysse (?), and others, and Thomas Hughes, esquire. Premises in Uxbridge and elsewhere (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

John Watson, gentleman, and Cæsar Adelmare, esquire, and others. Premises in the parish of St. Pancras, near London (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Nicholas Fyppes, and others, and Robert Oldham, otherwise Odam, and others. Premises in St. John Street (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

William Poole, gentleman, and Thomas Dayly. Premises in Sunberye (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 7 and 8.

Alan Horde, gentleman, and Edmund Robertes, esquire, and Faith, his wife. Premises in Northall, Harrowe on the Hill, Pynner, Roxsey, and Marybon. Hil. Anno 8.

Robert Hytchecocke, and William Weston, gentlemen, and John Smyth, gentleman. The manor of Greneford, and premises in Great Greneford and Heston. Hil. Anno 8.

William Townesend and Alice, his wife, and John Burnill, gentleman, and Richard Urlyne. Premises in West Drayton and Colham. Hil. Anno 8.

John Whitfyld and John Grymnston, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of six acres of wood in Edelmunton. Hil. Anno 8.

William Dummer and Thomas Wheler and John Fyrmyger, otherwise Fremynger, and Emma, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton, Norton Folgate, and Shordich. Hil. Anno 8.

Richard Bacon and Henry Heritage, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Highe Holborne, within the parish of St. Andrew. Hil. Anno 8.

Thomas Walton, esquire, and Robert Sheparde, and Cecilly, his wife, John Nycholas, John Tull, Richard Lorymer, and John Towns. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Cryppulgate, in the suburbs of London. Hil. Anno 8.

Richard Andrewe, the younger, and Thomas Aldersey, and Alice, his wife. Premises in "Whyte Crosse Strete," without Cryppulgate, in the suburbs of London. L. Hil. Anno 8.

William Bucknell, gentleman, and Thomas Chapman, and Joan, his wife. The fourth part of the moiety of the manor of Creeke, and premises in the county of Northampton, and the fourth part of the moiety of premises in Staynes, Stanewell, Hermoursworthe, and Bedfonte, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Hil. Anno 8.

John Eden, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Michael Gybbyns, and Ellen, his wife, William Robynson, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Stepney. Easter Anno 8.

William Nycolls and Thomas Somerton, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 8.

Robert Mann (?) and Stephen Pope, and Agnes, his wife. The moiety of premises in Shorediche. Easter Anno 8.

Thomas Stanley, esquire, and John Bull, and Joan, his wife, Nicholas Awgar, and Agnes, his wife. Land in Stebinheth. Easter Anno 8.

John Bynkes and Edward Welshe, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. A messuage in Westminster. Easter Anno 8.

Henry Collyns, and Agnes, his wife, and Thomas Read, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Sheperton. Easter Anno 8.

Dionisius Bellard and William Graves. Premises in Hamersmythe and Cheswyke. Easter Anno 8.

Robert Huyck, esquire, and John Bankes, and Joyce, his wife. Land in Enfeld. Easter Anno 8.

John Kempe and Andrew Yonge, gentleman, and Margery, his wife. The moiety of premises in Strattford att Bowe. Easter Anno 8.

William Dane, and Margery, his wife, and James Kempe, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Acton, Eastacton, and Church Acton. Easter Anno 8.

Richard Platte and John Rawlyns, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Easter Anno 8.

Thomas Somerton and Edward Ley, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 8.

Gavin Udall and Godfrey Harryson, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Margaret, in Westminster. Easter Anno 8.

John Trote and John Currey, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Easter Anno 8.

The mayor, bailiffs, burgesses, and commonalty of the town of Bedford, and Sir William Harper, knight, and Alice, his wife. Land in High Holburne, within the parish of St. Andrew. Easter Anno 8.

Thomas Bromley and John Grey, gentlemen, and Sir Thomas Wentworth, knight, lord Wentworth, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Popler in the parish of Stepney. Remainders. Easter Anno 8.

Thomas Boswell and George Smythe, gentlemen, and Sir John Zouche, knight. Manors and lands in the counties of Derby, Leicester, and Northampton; and premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 8.

Sir Ralph Chamberleyn, knight, Sir John Tirrell, knight, Sir Edward Dymock, knight, and Andrew Gedney, esquire, and Sir William Skipwith, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife. Manors and lands in the counties of Lincoln, York, Hertford, Northampton and Bedford; and premises in "St. Marye Hilles," in the city of London, in the county of London. D.C. Easter Anno 8.

John Arundell, Thomas Stoughton, and William Barker, esquires, and Henry, earl of Arundel, and Sir John Lumley, knight, lord Lumley, and Jane, his wife, daughter of the said earl. Manor and lands in the counties of Sussex, Surrey, Salop, and Southampton; and a capital messuage called Arundel Place, and land in the parish of St. Clement Danes, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 8.

John Cawood and George Smythe, gentleman, and Joan Petitt, widow, and Anthony Kytson, and Margaret, his wife. Two messuages in the parish of St. Bridget, in "Fletestrete." Remainders to the Kytson family. L. Easter Anno 8.

Thomas Rowe, citizen and alderman, of London, and Thomas Heron, gentleman, and Cecily, his wife, Edmund Heron, gentleman, Christopher Heron, gentleman, Henry Heron, gentleman, and John Heron, gentleman. Premises in Essex, and land in Hackney and Tottenham, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Trin. Anno 8.

Sir Robert Tyrwhitt, knight, and Henry Darcye, esquire, and Thomas Darcye, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife The third part of manors and lands in the counties of York, Nottingham, Northumberland, and the third part of 20li rent in the city of Westminster. D.C. Trin. Anno 8.

John Hales, esquire, and William Fletewode, esquire, and Edmund Harrys. A messuage in "Brodestreate," in the parish of "St. Peter le Poore." L. Trin. Anno 8.

John Tamworth, esquire, and Nicholas Holmes, and Bridget, his wife. Land in Fulham. Trin. Anno 8.

Thomas Hewes, esquire, and Roger Atlee, and John Newdegate, esquire. Premises in Herfeld. Trin. Anno 8.

Thomas Post and Henry Belle, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Istillworth, and Heston. Trin. Anno 8.

Edmund Hale and Richard Cryer, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge. Trin. Anno 8.

Ellis Crymes and Joan. Sheffe, widow. Premises in St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 8.

Ralph Robynson and Richard Cryer, end Isabella, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge. Trin. Anno 8.

Richard Candler and Nicholas Southcote, gentleman, and Ellen, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate. Trin. Anno 8.

Barnard Fabyan, and Agnes, his wife, and Robert Oldam, and Frances, his wife. Two messuages in the St. Johns street, in the parish of St. Sepulche, without Newgate. Trin. Anno 8.

Edmund Smyth, gentleman, and Agnes Westwyck, widow, and William Hackman, and Anne, his wife. Land in Ryslypp. Trin. Anno 8.

William Harryson and John Garrett, and Edward Blackwell, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 8.

John Wood and Margaret, his wife, and Hugh Smyth, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Trin. Anno 8.

John Graunge and Robert Downes, esquire, and Edward Downes. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Trin. Anno 8.

Richard Daper, gentleman, and William Smythe. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shordyche. Mention of William Lyttelcote, and Agnes, his wife. Trin. Anno 8.

William Sheryngton and William Golightley, esquire, and Ellen, his wife. Land in Marybourne. Trin. Anno 8.

Christopher Barnard, gentleman, and Alice, his wife, and Cæsar Adelmare, esquire, and Margery, his wife. Land in Higheholborne, within the parish of St. Andrew; and in Kentysshetowne, within the parish of St. Pancras in the Fields. Trin. Anno 8.

John Lawton, gentleman, and Robert Cooke, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 8.

John Gray and William Walshe, gentlemen, and Sir Thomas Wentworth, knight, lord Wentworth, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Stepney. Remainders. Trin. Anno 8.

William Alleyn and John Allyn, and Agnes, his wife, and John Preston. Premises in the street of St. John, in the parish of St. Sepulchre. Remainders. Trin. Anno 8.

Elizabeth Saunders, widow, and John Aldrige, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Uxbridg, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in the county of Buckingham. D.C. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Henry Wallys and Richard Core. Premises in the parish of St. Margaret, in the ward of London Bridge. Warranty against William Babbham, gentleman. L. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Thomas Huyck, doctor of law, and Benedict Guereye (?), and Jane, his wife. Premises in the city of London. L. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Christopher Whychecott, citizen and merchant-tailor, of London, and Henry Lysley, gentleman, and Frances, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Bridget, in the city of London. L. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

John Vyncent and Henry Myllett, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Northall. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Robert Braynte and John Braynte, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Hendon. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Henry Millett and Roger Townnesende, esquire. The manor of Pyryvale, otherwise Lytle Greneferd, and land in Pyryvale, Little Greneford, Elyng otherwise Yelyng, and Harroughe, also the advowson of the Church of Pyryvale. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Thomas Dove and Richard Kempe, and John Kempe, gentlemen. Premises in Stanes. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

John Mercer and Ambrose Sare, and Gertrude, his wife. Premises in the parish of White Chapell. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Philip Scudamore and Sir James Blunt, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Land in Shortdich. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Henry Belamy and Thomas Belamy, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Monkton Hadleigh. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Robert Hayne, otherwise Heyne, and John Stephen, and Isabella, his wife, Edmund Gryffyn, and Alice, his wife, and Christopher Wylford, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

John Tamworth, esquire, and Thomas Essex, esquire, and Jane, his wife. The manor of Westowne, and premises, including mill, in Westowne, and Kensington. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

William Larke, esquire, and John Clarke, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Southmymmes, and common pasture in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Richard Hewson, and Catherine, his wife, and Laurence Bradshawe. Premises in the parish of White Chappell, without Algate. Mich. Anno 8 and 9.

Thomas Allen and Sir James Blountte, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 9.

John Bankes, son and heir apparent of Edward Bankes, citizen and alderman, of London, and Edward Gilbert, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Tottenham High Crosse and Edelmeton. Hil. Anno 9.

Percival Rowlands and Sir James Blounte, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 9.

Edward Kingeston and Sir James Blounte, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 9.

George Harryson, gentleman, and Sir James Blounte, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 9.

William Bemishe and Sir James Blount, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 9.

Richard Holford, gentleman, and Sir James Blounte, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Land in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 9.

Henry Amptyll and Sir James Blountt, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in St. Giles in the Fields. Hil. Anno 9.

John Hayward and Alice, his wife, and Margery Cornisshe, a sister and coheir of William Cornisshe. The moiety of five messuages in Westminster. Hil. Anno 9.

John Parker and William Partriche, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate. Hil. Anno 9.

Henry Elsynge, citizen and baker, of London, and Alice, his wife, and Cæsar Adelmare, esquire, and Margery, his wife. Land in the parishes of St. Andrew, in Houlbourne and of St. Pancras and Kentyshtowne. Hil. Anno 9.

John Palmer, esquire, and Nicholas Seintlyger, esquire, and Catherine, his wife. The moiety of premises in Clerkenwell, next London. Warranty against Sir Thomas Moyle, knight, and William Goodwyn, gentleman. Hil. Anno 9.

Thomas Bennett and Oswald Davye and John Doo, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Endfelde. Hil. Anno 9.

Michael Henneage, Miles Graye, and Simon Egerton, and Andrew Byllesbye, esquire. The office of usher of the exchequer of the queen, and the offices of marshall, usher, and proclaimer, in the Common Bench, and of marshall, &c., in every eyre, and session of itinerant justices, in every county within the kingdom of England, pertaining from old time to the same office. The aforesaid Andrew acknowledged the aforesaid offices, together with the fee of 5d. per diem, to be received at the receipts of the exchequer, so long as the exchequer was open, and all fees, wages, profits, &c., to be the right of the said Michael, and granted for himself and his heirs that the aforesaid offices, &c., which William Byllesby holds for the term of sixty years, by lease of the aforesaid Andrew, should, at the close of the said term, revert to the said Michael, Miles and Simon. Hil. Anno 9.

William Hollstock and Humphrey Walles and Sir William Harper, knight, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Clement Danes, and of St. Andwew, in Holborne. Hil. Anno 9.

Robert Amerye and Richard Cryer, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge. Hil. Anno 9.

Sir Nicholas Bacon, knight, lord keeper of the great seal, and Sir James Blunt, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Land in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, and all manner of tithes coming, growing, or renewing, in two closes called the "le greate Close of Blomesburye, and Wylkinsons," in the said parish of St. Giles in the Fields, and in the parish of St. Pancras. Hil. Anno 9.

Richard Buckland and Henry Gyle, and Mary, his wife. Land in the county of Surrey; and premises in Stanes, Laleham, otherwise Lalam, Echelford, otherwise Assheford, and Stanwell, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Hil. Anno 9.

Sir Nicholas Bacon, knight, lord keeper of the great seal of England, and Sir James Blount, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Fifty acres of wood in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 9.

John Barne and Thomas Bowes and Benedict Barfoote, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Est Smithfelde. Easter Anno 9.

Sir Walter Myldmay, knight, and Clement Chycheley, esquire, and Mary, his wife. Premises in the parish of Clerkenwell. Easter Anno 9.

Maurice Longe and William Longe and Sir James Blounte, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Leonard, in Shorteditche. Easter Anno 9.

Humfrey Lovell, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Edward Kyngeston, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Easter Anno 9.

William Harward, clerk, rector of the parish church of St. Clement Danes, and William Pedley, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 9.

George Pynote, otherwise Angell, and Alice, his wife, and John Woodlyff, and Annabella, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 9.

Geoffrey Walkeden, and Robert Walkeden, and Richard Fox, and Isabella, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 9.

Henry Garlicke and John Hodge, the elder, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 9.

Christopher Bussher and John Garrard, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of a meadow in South Marshe, in the parish of Enfeilde. Easter Anno 9.

William Say, gentleman, and Robert Say, and Edmund Smyth, gentleman. Land in Ickenham. Easter Anno 9.

Andrew Holborne and Thomas Phillypson, and Bridget, his wife. The moiety of five messuages in the parish of St. Margaret, in the city of Westminster. Easter Anno 9.

Thomas Ramsey, citizen and alderman of the city of London, and Thomas Bowes, esquire, son and heir of Sir Martin Bowes, knight, late citizen and alderman of the city of London, Martin Bowes, esquire, and Martin Bowes, gentleman, son and heir apparent of the aforesaid Martin Bowes, esquire. Premises in the parishes of St. Mary Wolnothe, St. Edmund, in "Lumberdstrete," and St. Michael's, in Cornehill. L. Easter Anno 9.

Thomas Ramsey, citizen and alderman of the city of London, and Thomas Bowes, esquire, son and heir of Sir Martin Bowes, knight, late citizen and alderman of the city of London. Six messuages in the parish of St. Michael, in Cornehill. L. Easter Anno 9.

Sir Walter Myldmaye, knight, and Henry Coddenham, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Bartholomew the Great, next West Smythefeld, London, and of St. Botolph, next the gate called Aldersgate, London. L. Easter Anno 9.

Edmund Moyses and Sir James Blountte, knight, lord Mountjoye, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Olave. L. Easter Anno 9.

Edward Southworth and Margaret North, widow. Premises in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East, within the city of London. L. Easter Anno 9.

John Slighe and Richard Flyer, and Margaret, his wife. Two messuages in St. Lawrence Lane, within the parish of St. Lawrence. L. Easter Anno 9.

Thomas Bacon, esquire, and Levinus Bovekyn, otherwise Bufkyn, and John Roper, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. The manor of Maylemanes, otherwise Stoke, and lands in the county of Kent; and premises in Shordyche, Popler, Stepney, and in the parish of St. Botolph, without Bishopsgate, London. D.C. Easter Anno 9.

Ralph Godfrey, and Richard Hatton, gentleman, and Robert Hamond, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Hermondesworth, Sybbeston, and Harlyngton, in the county of Middlesex; and premises in the county of Bucks. D.C. Easter Anno 9.

Sir Edward Wyndsore, knight, lord Wyndsore, and John Vaughan, esquire, and others. The manor of South Mymmes, and premises in the counties of Northampton and Huntingdon (in calendar only). D.C. Easter Anno 9.

Robert Huyck, esquire, and John More, and Joan, his wife. The fourth part of premises in Enfyld. Trin. Anno 9.

Henry Clerke and John Fuller, and Dorothy, his wife. Premises in "Seynt John's strete." Trin. Anno 9.

Robert Huyck, esquire, and John More, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Enfyld. Trin. Anno 9.

John Taylour and Roland Wright and Thomas Worley, gentleman. Premises in Stubbenhath, Popler, and Elmes. Trin. Anno 9.

Robert Wolman and Edward Nalson and John Marshall, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Woxbridge. Remainder to Thomas Staunesdale, otherwise Pease. Trin. Anno 9.

William Harryson and Oliver Chester and Richard Clerke, gentleman, and Agnes, his wife, and John Baxter, gentleman, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Remainders. Trin. Anno 9.

Joyce Barlee, widow, and Richard Barlee, esquire, and William Goldwell, and Alice, his wife. A messuage in "Whitecrosse Streate," in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate. L. Trin. Anno 9.

Peter Osborne, esquire, and Anne, his wife, and John Vaughan, esquire, Dominic Vaughan, gentleman, and Richard Putto, gentleman. A messuage in the parish of St. Mary, Colchurche. L. Trin. Anno 9.

John Fyssher and William Whashe, and Margery, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

William Petersonne and John Forcett. A barn in Maribone, and the rectory and tithes of the church of Maribone. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Nicholas Osborne and William Tailor. Land in Harlington. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Sir Robert Tyrwhyt, knight, the elder, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Sir Henry Darcye, knight, and Anne Rigges, widow, and Edmund Rigges, gentleman. Premises in "Saynt John's lane," in the parish of Clerkenwell, near London. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Roger Grave and Thomas Moore, gentleman. Premises in Enfyeld. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

William Megges and Thomas Duke, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfelon, without Algate. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Miles Exilby and William Massy, gentleman, and Cecilia, his wife. Premises in Westminster. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

William Blyghton and William Pala, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Turnmelstret, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without Newgate. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Richard Lyster and Adam Hutchenson. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Robert Huyck, esquire, and Thomas Newalde, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

John Androwes and Simon Wilson, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Richard Olkyn [Elkyn ?] and John Englishe, and Hugh Starkey, and Jane, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mary Matfellon, otherwise Whitchappell. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

John Henry and Margaret Henry, widow, and William Vernon, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Poppler, in the parish of Stevenheth. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

William Bucknell and William Kympton, gentleman, and Jane, his wife. The fourth part of the moiety of manors and lands in the county of Northampton, and the fourth part of the moiety of premises in Stanwell and Bedfount, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Nicholas Wychehalfe, gentleman, and William Leonarde. Premises in the parish of St. Nicholas Olave, otherwise Olyffe, in Bredstrete. L. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

William Petersonne and John Forcett. Premises in the parish of St. Andrew, in Holborn. L. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Henry Bowne and James Stock, citizen and goldsmith, of London, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Fletestrete and "Fletealle," in the parish of St. Bridget, in the suburbs in London. L. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Robert Mounson, esquire, and Nicholas Buck, and Nicholas Chowne, citizen and haberdasher, of London. Premises in London. Mention of William Frankeland, otherwise Franke, citizen and clothworker, of London, and Joyce, his wife. Remainders to Robert and Nicholas Buck. L. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Henry Byllyngsley and John Penrudock and William Gravener, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Grace Churche street. Mention of William Armer. Remainders to William Goodwyn. L. Mich. Anno 9 and 10.

Richard Yonge, gentleman, and John Brokett, esquire, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in "Charterhowse churche yarde." and "Charterhowse lane," in the parish of St. Sepulchre. Hil. Anno 10.

Richard Millett and Henry Millet. Premises in Greate Greniford. Hil. Anno 10.

Edward Baber, gentleman, and Catherine, his wife, and John Swyfte, esquire, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Clerkenwell, and "Seynt Jones lane." Hil. Anno 10.

Richard Phillipps and Robert Weston, esquire, and Alice, his wife. Land in Heston. Remainders to Guy Aunsham, son of the said Alice. Hil. Anno 10.

Simon Wrenche and John Webster and William Ridgele, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Islington. Hil. Anno 10.

Robert Richers, esquire, and Robert Medley, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Norton Folgate. otherwise Norton Follyott. Hil. Anno 10.

Thomas Russell and Thomas Merryck, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Southmymes. Hil. Anno 10.

Thomas Worley and John Taylor, and Rowland Wryghte. Premises in Stubbenhuth, Popler, and Elmes. Hil. Anno 10.

William Taylor and Thomas Sherley, and Anne, his wife. The sixth part of manors and lands in the counties of Kent and Leicester; and the sixth part of premises in Perevell, Harrowe, Tottenham, and Tottenhill Marshe, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Hil. Anno 10.

William Avery and Anthony Silver. Premises in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without Newgate. L. Hil. Anno 10.

John Bodyham and Simon Egerton, gentlemen, and John Peers, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Mildred, in Bredstrete, London. L. Hil. Anno 10.

Christopher Rythe, gentleman, and Thomas Sherley, esquire, and Anne, his wife. The third part of premises in Acton, Wilsden, Chesweke, and Elinge. Warranty against the heirs of Sir Thomas Frowicke, knight, deceased. Easter Anno 10.

William Fuller and John Edlyn, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Stanwell. Easter Anno 10.

Robert Kynge and William Randyson, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in Willesdon. Easter Anno 10.

Thomas Hasylwood and Ralph Crowder, and Elizabeth, his wife. The third part of premises in Knyghtbridge, "Eyele Breche," and Kensington. Easter Anno 10.

Sir Thomas Gresham, knight, and Anthony Stringer, gentleman, and John Elyott, and Eleanor, his wife. Premises in Heston, Istylworthe, Syon, Norwood, Osterley, and Wyke. Warranty against Alexander Chesenall and Augustine Theyre. Easter Anno 10.

William Vincent and Thomas Sherley, esquire, and Anne, his wife. The third part of premises in Wilsden and Acton. Warranty against the heirs of Sir Thomas Frowyke, knight, deceased. Easter Anno 10.

Walter Cole and John Cole and Sir Thomas Gressham, knight, and Anne, his wife, Alfred Brayton, and Eleanor, his wife. Land called "Sowmersfyld," in Heston. Easter Anno 10.

Henry Whyttell and Peter Rosewell and Richard Hartilpole, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of premises in Clerkenwell. Easter Anno 10.

Simon Scudamor and Richard Burton, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 10.

Sir Thomas Gressham, knight, and Anne, his wife, and Alfred Brayton, and Eleanor, his wife. Land in Heston. Warranty against Sir Edward Wyndesore, knight, lord Wyndesore. Easter Anno 10.

Thomas Harte and John Turner, and Constance, his wife. Premises in Feltham. Easter Anno 10.

John Derrick, otherwise Gilberdson, and Henry Lisle, gentleman, and Frances, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 10.

Robert Fayrebarne and John Grymston, and Margaret, his wife. The moiety of premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 10.

William Nycoll, otherwise Nycolles, of Hyewoodhill, and Thomas Sherley, esquire, and Anne, his wife. The third part of premises in Fyncheley. Warranty against the heirs of Sir Thomas Frowyke, knight, late chief justice of the Bench. Easter Anno 10.

William Tarry and George Etheridge, and Alice, his wife. Land in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 10.

Thomas Andrewes, Edmund Wyseman, and Bartholomew Kempe, and Richard Nicholles. Land in Henden. Easter Anno 10.

John Naylor and John Tottenham, gentlemen, and Anthony Uvedall, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 10.

Richard Lawrence and John Turnor, and Constance, his wife. Premises in Feltham. Easter Anno 10.

John Slighe and Edmund Armestronge and Sir Richard Pexall, knight, and Owen Dodde. Premises in Woxbridge. Easter Anno 10.

Roger James and Arnold Lowbery, and Cecilia, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Algate, London. Easter Anno 10.

Thomas Hawkyns and John Walter, and Winifred, his wife. Land in Enfelde. Easter Anno 10.

James Stacy and Frances, his wife, and Benedict Barfote, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, daughter and heir of John Frank, deceased, and Agnes Frank, widow. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph in East Smythfeld. Easter Anno 10.

William Cooke, esquire, and Thomas Wyndebank, esquire, and Francis, earl of Bedford, Sir William Cecill, knight, and Mildred, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Martin in Fields, next Charing Crosse, and of St. Margaret, in Westminster. Remainders. Easter Anno 10.

Thomas Hasylwood and John Grene, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the parish of Christ Church, next Newgate, London, in the ward of Faringdon Within. L. Easter Anno 10.

John Manbye and Hugh Eton, and Dorothy, his wife, daughter and heir of Robert Dynne, gentleman. A messuage in the parish of St. Catherine, "Cristes Church," London. Easter Anno 10.

Robert Mounson, esquire, and Anthony Robertes, Henry Robertes, and Ellen Robertes. Premises in Knight Ryder Strete, in the parish of St. Trinity, within the city of London, and in the parish of St. Sepulchre, without Newgate, London. L. Easter Anno 10.

Thomas Grauntham and Thomas Doughtie, gentlemen, and Anthony Robertson, esquire, and Alice, his wife, and Augustine Vandernotte, gentleman. Premises in the parish of Christ Church, in the city of London. L. Easter Anno 10.

Charles Hope and Richard Tylsley and Sir Thomas Gerrerd, knight, and Elizabeth, his wife. A messuage in Old Bailey, in the parish of St. Sepulchre, in the suburbs of London. L. Easter Anno 10.

Edward Osburne and Robert Cowper and Francis Denyson. Premises in the parish of St. Michael Cornehyll. L. Easter Anno 10.

William Loveday and John Swayne, gentleman, and Mary, his wife, and Henry Smythe, gentleman, and Faith, his wife. Premises in le Whyte Fryers, Blacke Fryers, St. Dunstans in the West, St. Brydes, St. Martyns, and St. Annes. Remainders. L. Easter Anno 10.

Henry Smythe, and Margery, his wife, and Laurence Bradshaw, and Grace, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Mary Matfelon, otherwise Whitechappell. Trin. Anno 10.

Edward Kyngeston and Humphrey Lovell, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Trin. Anno 10.

Robert Farrers, gentleman, and Thomas Manners, esquire. Premises in Hallywell, near London. Trin. Anno 10.

Edward Kyngeston and Thomas Wylson. Land in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Trin. Anno 10.

Richard Boys and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas Sherley, esquire, and Anne, his wife. The third part of premises in Harnesey, Fyncheley, and Hendon. Warranty against the heirs of Sir Thomas Frowick, knight. Trin. Anno 10.

John Basebrowne and Everard Dygby, gentleman, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. Trin. Anno 10.

John Taillor, gentleman, and Thomas Hamond, and Jane, his wife. Premises in the Endfeld. Trin. Anno 10.

Robert Hallywell, gentleman, and Thomas Sherley, esquire, and Anne, his wife. The third part of premises in Southmymmes. Warranty against the heirs of Sir Thomas Frowick, knight. Trin. Anno 10.

George Kevall and Oliver Knyght, gentleman. Premises in Westminster. Mention of James Marshe, and Alice, his wife. Trin. Anno 10.

Geoffrey Clyff and William Clyff, and Ellen, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Andrew, in Holborn, and of St. Giles in the Fields. Trin. Anno 10.

John Brocke, esquire, and Anne, his wife, and Henry Walter, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Stebenhithe, otherwise Stebunhuth. Trin. Anno 10.

Simon Skidmore and Jane, his wife, and John Smythe, otherwise Spycer, and Margaret, his wife, and William Nycoll, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Fynchley. Trin. Anno 10.

William Saye, gentleman, and Edmund Shordyche, gentleman, and Edmund Smythe, gentleman. Premises in Ryslypp and Ickenham. Trin. Anno 10.

Thomas Estfelde and John Kaye, gentleman, and Leonard Searle, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Hoxston and Harnesay. Remainders. Trin. Anno 10.

Thomas Tyrrell and Thomas Sheparde. Premises in the parish of St. Botolph, without Aldgate. L. Trin. Anno 10.

Patrick Carmyche and Edward Colwell. The third part of eight messuages in the parish of Christ Church, within Newgate. L. Trin. Anno 10.

Thomas Alaworthe and Nicholas Aldaye, and Cecilia, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Anthony, in the ward of "Cordewaynerstrete." L. Trin. Anno 10.

Reginald Barker and John Mellyshe, and Bridget, his wife. Seven messuages in the parish of the Blessed Mary Abchurch, London. L. Trin. Anno 10.

John Atkynson and John Inman. Premises in London. L. Trin. Anno 10.

Thomas Wattes, clerk, and John Mullyns, clerk, and John Mery, and Agnes, his wife, and Robert Wylson, and Anne, his wife. Premises, with wharf, in the parish of St. Benedict, at "Paules Wharffe," London. L. Trin. Anno 10.

Richard Sleforde and John Nelthorpe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Wapping Marshe, in the parish of Stevenheth. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Thomas Russell and Thomas Bellamie, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Southmims. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Richard Edling, the elder, and Richard Edling, the younger, and Robert Clerke, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Harrowe on the Hill, and Pynner. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Thomas Hiegate, esquire, and Thomas Bellamie, and Catherine, his wife. Premises in Monken Hadley and Edmonton. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Richard Millett and Joan, his wife, and Robert Fitche. Land in Heston. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

William Gill and Thomas Langham, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate, in the suburbs of London. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Simon de Stercke and Gavin Udall, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in "Bednalgrene." Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Edward Taylor and Edward Norres, esquire, and Margaret, his wife, daughter and heir of Robert Smalwood, deceased. The moiety of premises in Westminster. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

John Middleton and Anthony Middleton and Walter Westmerland, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Turnellstrete, otherwise Turmyllstrete, in the parish of Clarkenwell. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Henry Amptill and Peter Basely. Premises in the parish of St Giles in the Fields. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Humfrey Lovell and Elizabeth, his wife, and Walter Hungerforde, esquire, and Frances, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Margart, within the city of Westminster. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

William Pynshebecke and Thomas Baynard, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Michael Wyndover, and Agnes, his wife. Premises in Coveley, otherwise Cowley, Uxbridge, Hillingdon, and Stebunheth. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

John Beryman and William Goodgrove, and Agnes, his wife, and Thomas Holte. Premises in Laleham, Lyttleton, and Stanes. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Thomas Pullison and John Addyngton, and Philippa, his wife. The moiety of premises in the parish of St. Anthony within the ward of Cordwaynerstrete. L. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

John Baker and Stephen Baker and John Greye. Two messuages in the parish of St. Laurence in "Le Jurye," London. L. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

John Ingram and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Beckwyth, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Catherine Cry Churche. Mention of James Fuller, and Joan, his wife. L. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Thomas Jenenges, and others, and Robert Yonge. Premises in the parishes of St. Peter in Cornehill, of the Blessed Mary at Hyll, and of St. Michael in Crooked Lane. L (in calendar only). Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Thomas Walton, esquire, and William Symner, and Joan, his wife, and George Symner. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, in the county of the city of London, and in the parish of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Valentine Dale, doctor of laws, and John Forth, gentleman. Premises in the counties of Hertford and Oxford, and in Hogston, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 10 and 11.

Thomas Estfelde, otherwise Lucas, and John Stepkyn, and Alice, his wife, Land in Stebunhethe. Hil. Anno 11.

Robert Wolman and Margery, his wife, and John Marshall, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Uxbridge. Hil. Anno 11.

John Kempe and John Barmby, gentleman. The moiety of premises in Bromley and Strattford at Bowe. Hil. Anno 11.

Francis Pecher and Barbara, his wife, and John Swayne, gentleman, and Mary, his wife. Premises in Blackefryers, within the parish of St. Anne. L. Hil. Anno 11.

Robert Hylson and William Claybroke, and Anne, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Michael, near Croked Lane, London. L. Hil. Anno 11.

George Lye and Rowland Turner, son and heir of Richard Turner, deceased. A messuage in the parish of St. Stephen, in the ward of Walbroke, London. L. Hil. Anno 11.

Thomas Wattes, clerk, and John Baker, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises, with wharf, in the parish of St. Benedict at "Paules Wharfe," London. L. Hil. Anno 11.

John Courthopp, gentleman, and Thomas Trappam, and Elizabeth, his wife, John Dodde, and Sibilla, his wife, and Thomas Alsopp, and Isabella, his wife. Two parts of premises (divided into nine parts) in the parishes of St. Stephen in Walbroke, St. John the Evangelist, in Watling Street, St. Mary Wolchurche, and St. Bridget, in Fleete Street, in the county of the city of London; and in the county of Kent. D.C. Hil. Anno 11.

Robert Damport, gentleman, and John Wulfe, gentleman, and Ralph Boorne, gentleman, and Christiana, his wife. Land in Heston and Hownslowe. Easter Anno 11.

Robert Huyck, esquire, and Thomas Aylewarde, and Elizabeth, his wife. Land in Enfeld. Easter Anno 10.

John Grene and George Edridge, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Fyncheley. Easter Anno 11.

Richard Sleford and John Nelthorpe, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in Stebunhith. Easter Anno 11.

Richard Harrowe, otherwise Warren, and John Nasshe, and George Ashebie, esquire, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Herefeld and Endfeild. Easter Anno 11.

John Kytchyn and Roger Carewe, esquire, and Alice, his wife, and Robert Staunford, esquire. Premises in Iseldon, otherwise Iselington, Nither Hollowaye, and Bernersbery. Easter Anno 11.

William Pery and Richard Bastarde, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and William Pala. Premises in High Holborne. Easter Anno 11.

Edward Stannopp, esquire, and Roger Newborowe, esquire, and Magdalene, his wife. Premises in the city of Westminster, within the parish of St. Clement Danes. Easter Anno 11.

Thomas Boldnest and John Hodge, and Barbara, his wife. Premises in Enfeild. Easter Anno 11.

Henry Buckfould and John Pierson, and Jane, his wife. Premises in Westbranford. Easter Anno 11.

Richard Chandelor and Thomas Nicholas, and Anne, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Easter Anno 11.

Robert Huyck, esquire, and John Garrett, and Agnes, his wife, and William Garret, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Enfeld. Easter Anno 11.

John Garraware, gentleman, and Christopher Rithe, gentleman, and Catherine, his wife. The third part of premises in Acton. Easter Anno 11.

Roger James and Thomas Estfelde, otherwise Lucas, and Alice, his wife. Land in Stebunhethe. Easter Anno 11.

George Horde and Richard Mason, gentlemen, and Thomas Forster, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate, and Edelmeton. Remainders. Easter Anno 11.

Ralph Bossevyle, esquire, Richard Love, gentleman, John Pitt, gentleman, and John Pocockes, and Anthony Pope, gentleman. Two messuages in the parish of All Saints, Barkyng, London. L. Easter Anno 11.

Robert Wyngfelde, gentleman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Agnes Crykener, widow, late the wife of Erasmus Crykener, deceased, Henry Mannyng, and Catherine, his wife, daughter and heir of the aforesaid Erasmus, William Myhyll, and Anne, his wife, another daughter and heir of the same Erasmus, and William Mannyng, gentleman, and Susanna, his wife, another daughter and heir of the said Erasmus. Premises in "White Friers, near Fletestrete," in the suburbs of the city of London. L. Easter Anno 11.

William Sebright and Edward Pakington, and Richard Hollyman, citizen and mercer, of London. Premises in the parish of St. Michael, in Bassingshawe, London. Mention of Martha, wife of the aforesaid Richard, and William Pakington, brother of the said Edward. Remainders. L. Easter Anno 11.

Edward Nalson and William Anslowe and Robert Wolman, and Margery, his wife, and Richard Blount, gentleman. Eight messuages in the parishes of St. Stephen, in Colman's Strete, in London, and of St. Botolph, without Algate, in the suburbs of the city of London. Remainders. L. Easter Anno 11.

Hugh Hare, gentleman, and Innocent Reade, esquire, and Elizabeth, his wife. Manors and lands in the counties of Berkshire and Dorset; premises in Holborne, next London, Kylborne and Paddyngton, in the county of Middlesex; and the rectory of Sulbury, in the county of Bucks. D.C. Easter Anno 11.

Martin Nowell and William Fynney and William Cradocke, and Timothea, his wife. Manors and lands in the county of Lincoln, and premises in London, in the county of the city of London. Remainders to Matthew Cradocke, merchant of the Staple. D.C. Easter Anno 11.

Thomas Smallwood and Robert Stamford, esquire, and Roger Carewe, esquire, and Alice, his wife. The manor of Monken Hadleigh, and premises in Southmymys, Monken Hadleigh and Kyckes ende, also the free chapel of Hadleigh, and the advowson of the vicarage of Southmymmys, in the county of Middlesex; land in the county of Herts; and premises in the parish of St. Giles, without Creplegate, London, in the county of the city of London. D.C. Easter Anno 11.

Francis Sturges, esquire, and Edmund Stephenson, gentleman, and Thomas Darcye, otherwise Southwell, esquire. The manor of Helmyngham and lands in the county of Norfolk; and premises in Hoxston, otherwise Hoggesdon, Newyngton, and Shordyche, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Easter Anno 11.

Anthony Mason, otherwise Wykes, esquire, and John Russell, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Ackton and Elyng. Trin. Anno 11.

William Burde and John Fytzwilliam and William Meredyth, citizen and mercer, of London, and Martha, his wife. Premises in the parish of the Blessed Margaret, in the city of Westminster. Trin. Anno 11.

John Parke, gentleman, and George Pynott, otherwise Angell, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Edelmeton. Trin. Anno 11.

Richard Dodd and Andrew Holborne and William Evans, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 11.

Harman Warner, Richard Bowcer, and Thomas Foxe, and Ambrose Crolyar, and Margaret, his wife. Premises in St. Clement Danes. Trin. Anno 11.

Richard Clarke, gentleman, and Lancelot Bromefeld, and John Bromefeld, gentleman, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, next Charyng Crosse. Trin. Anno 11.

John Jackson and Sir Henry Compton, knight, and Frances, his wife. Premises in Tottenham, otherwise Tottenham Highecrosse. Trin. Anno 11.

Richard Buckfolde and Thomasina, his wife, and Thomas Bowes, esquire, Edward Pertridge, gentleman, and "Kathaela," his wife. Land in Hackney. Trin. Anno 11.

John Derrick, otherwise Gilberdson, and Mary, his wife, and Thomas Hemyngway, and Joan, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields. Trin. Anno 11.

Thomas Hungerforde, esquire, and Adam Powell, and Alice, his wife, William Dabourne, and Anne, his wife, and William Beane. Premises in Chelsey. Trin. Anno 11.

John Cade, gentleman, and George Leye, and Timothea, his wife. A messuage in the parish of St. Stephen, in the ward of Walbroke, London. L. Trin. Anno 11.

Robert Stokes and William Morgan. Sixteen messuages in the parishes of St. Martin le Orgar, St. Bartholemew the Less, St. Martin Outwiche, St. Leonard in Estcheape, St. George and St. Andrew Hobert, next Estcheape. L. Trin. Anno 11.

Richard Thornehill and John Dobson, the younger, and Roland Dobson. Premises in the parish of St. George, in London. L. Trin. Anno 11.

George Stonehous, and Elizabeth, his wife, and John Cosowarthe, esquire, and Dorothy, his wife, and Thomas Cosowarthe, gentleman. Premises in London. L. Trin. Anno 11.

Richard Rogers and John Robynson, gentleman, and Martha, his wife, John Inman, and Catherine, his wife, and Richard Sharpe, and Elizabeth, his wife. Premises in the parishes of St. Dunstan in the East, and of St. Botolph, without Bishopsgate, London. L. Trin. Anno 11.

William Webb and Thomas Hulse, gentleman, and Margaret, his wife, John Hulse, son and heir apparent of the same Thomas, and Alice, his wife. Premises in the parish of St. Dunstan in the East. L. Trin. Anno 11.

Thomas Rigges and Robert Baker. Premises in the county of Kent; and two messuages in the parish of St. Ethelburga in "Bisshoppesgate Streate," London, in the county of the city of London. Mention of Margery, wife of the said Thomas. D.C. Trin. Anno 11.

John Beryman and William Goodgrome, and Agnes, his wife, and Thomas Holte. Premises in Laleham, Lyttleton, and Stanes. Mich. Anno 11 and 12.

Thomas Jenenges, John Peers, Thomas Barber, Robert Bassacke, George Lordynge, and Henry Bockston, and Robert Yonge. Premises in the parishes of St. Peter, in Cornehill, of the Blessed Mary "at Hyll," and of St. Michael, in Croked Lane. L. Mich. Anno 11 and 12.

Valentine Dale, doctor of laws, and John Forth, gentleman. Premises in the counties of Herts. and Oxford, and in Hogston, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Mich. Anno 11 and 12.