Henry VIII
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'Henry VIII: Grants in July', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 13 Part 1: January-July 1538 (1892), pp. 561-589. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=87449 Date accessed: 23 November 2014.


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Grants in July

1519. Grants in July 1538.
July,
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Grants.
1.Charles Haward, one of the gentlemen of the Privy Chamber, and George Howard, one of the King's surgeons. Licence to import 1,000 tuns of Gascon wine and Toulouse woad. Westm. 2 July, French Roll 30 Hen. VIII., m. 2.
2. Sir Thos. Crumwell, lord Crumwell, keeper of the Privy Seal. Grant in fee of the manor, castle, and loidship of Okehain, and the manor or lordship of Langham, Rutland, and the park of Fleteros, Rutland, and the manors of Clapthorn, Haculton, and Pedington, Northt., and Blaiston, Leic., &c.:—which manors of Okham, Clapthorn, Haculton, and Pedington and Blayston, along with the herbage of the said park, Roger Ratcliff, dec, held for life by virtue of several letters patent, and which manor of Langbam Henry Norres, attainted, held for life by patent. Del. Westm., 3 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 15.
3. John Stokesley, bishop of London. General pardon for all offences against the statutes of praemunire, 16 Ric. 11. and 28 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S. B. Pat. p. 8, m. 16. Rymer xiv., p. 596.
4. Nich. Ludforde. Exemption from serving on juries and from being made escheator, coroner, collector of taxes, cun- stable or other officer. Westm., 29 June 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 3 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 8, m. 18.
5. Sir Thos. Crumwell, lord Crumwell, keeper of the Privy Seal. Confirmation of his estate in the manors of Northelenham alias Northelmeham and Beteley, Norf., with lauds in Northelmham, Beteley, Burgrave, and Brisley, Norf., which belonged to the bishopric of Norwich, and were assured to him in tail male by an Act of Parliament 28 Hen. VIII.
Also grant in fee simple of the reversion of the premises with all liberties and franchises enjoyed therein by Richard, bp. of Norwich, and licence to alienate them to Thos., duke of Norfolk, earl marshal of England. Del. Westm., 4 July 30 Hen. VIII. — S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 16."
6. "John Banaster and James Bourchier. Lease of the rectory of Scarborow, and all houses, buildings, tithes, &c., tithes in Sewerdby, Marton, Eston, and Hilderthorp, Yorks., the tithes and revenues of the chapel of Grendale, Yorks., and all tithes greater and lesser of the rectory of Boynton, Yorks.; all which are parcel of the lands of the late monastery of Bridlington, Yorks., in the King's hands by the attainder of Wm., the late prior; except the tithes of fish of Sewerbye already granted to John A very, and the advowson of the vicarage of Scarborow; for 21 years, at stated rents, according to an extent made by Ric. Pollard. Del. Westm., 4 July 80 Hen VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 11.
Suffolk, Sir Thos. Crumwell, lord Grumwell, Privy Seal, W. earl of Southampton, H. bp. of Worcester, Sir Walter Luke, Humph. Broun, King's serjeant-at-law, Sir John Willoughby, Sir William Feldyng, Rog. Wygston, John Smyth, Ric. Catesby, Wm. Legh, John Grevyle, Fulk Grevyle, Thos. Ardern, John Audeley, Edw. Conweye, Wm. Wyllyngton, Thos. Trye, Thos. Holte, Humph. Dymmoke, John Waldyff, Baldwin Porter, Wm. Symondes. Westm., 4 July. Pat. 30, Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 5d.
7. Ric. Breame. Lease of the rectory of Blakborne, Lane, with the chapels of Lawe and Samlesbury thereto belonging, and all houses, lands, tithes, &c., belonging to the said rectory and chapels; parcel of the lands of the late monastery of Whalley, Lane, in the King's hands by the attainder of John, the Late abbot there; with reservations; for 21 years; at 139l. 2s. 2d. rent Del. Westm., 4 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 1, m. 13.
8. John Stephyns, yeoman of the Guard. Lease of the brew-house called le Lambe, with garden and orchard thereto adjoining in King Street, Westminster, viz., between tenements of the abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Westminster, now in the tenure of Philip Lentall, Wm. Ford, John Banks, and John Barley, on the west and south, and a lane opposite the King's garden called le Lambe aley on the north, and coming down beyond the Clowson to the garden of Robt. Smallwood on the south, and a parcel of land adjoining the Thames on the south, the highway there on the west and the water of Thames on the east; also two acres of land in the field of St. James near Westminster, between the lands of the late abbot of Abyngdon, now in the tenure of John Laurence, on the cast, and the lands of St. James, now in the tenure of Thos. Arnolde, on the west, the lands of Thos. Swallowe on the north, and the lands of Wm. Jenyns on the south; which garden and orchard extend on the south from the Thames to the common sewer called le Clowson on the west, &c.:—Also the whole lane leading from King's street to the Thames between the King's garden on the north and the said tenement called le Lambe on the south; for 40 years, at 13l. 6s. 8d. rent. Greenwich, 16 June 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 4 July — P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 8.Commissions of the Peace.
9. Warwickshire: Sir Thomas Audeley, C, Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Sir Thos. Crumwell, lord Grumwell, Privy Seal, W. earl of Southampton, H. bp. of Worcester, Sir Walter Luke, Humph. Broun, King's serjeant-at-law, Sir John Willoughby, Sir William Feldyng, Rog. Wygston, John Smyth, Ric. Catesby, Wm. Legh, John Grevyle, Fulk Grevyle, Thos. Ardern, John Audeley, Edw. Conweye, Wm. Wyllyngton, Thos. Trye, Thos. Holte, Humph. Dymmoke, John Waldyff, Baldwin Porter, Wm. Symondes. Westm., 4 July. Pat. 30, Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 5d.
10. Staffordshire: Sir Thos. Audeley,C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Sir Thos. Crumwell, lord Cromwell, Privy Seal, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Wm. carl of Southampton, R. bp. of Coventry and Lichfield,Walt. lord Fewers (sic), Sir Francis Talbot lord Talbot, Hen. Stafford lord Stafford, Sir John Porte, Edni. Mountagu, King's serjeaut-at-law. Sir John Dudley, Sir John Gyfford, Sir Wm. Bassett, Sir Philip Draycote, Sir John Harecourt, Sir Edw. Aston, Sir Geo. Gryffyth, Wm. Whorwood, Rog. Wygston, John Pakyngton, JohnVernon, John Russell, Walter Wrottesley, Edw. Lyttleton, Thos. Gyfford, Wm. Wyrley, jun., Thos. Holte, Ric. Hasall, James Leveson, Humph. Wyllys, Thos. Skrympshyre, John Grosvenour, Thos. Merton, Ric. Selman, Walt. Blounte. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 6d.
11. Derbyshire: Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Sir Thos. Crumwell, lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Wm. earl of Southampton, Sir Francis Talbot, lord Talbot, Sir John Porte, Sir Walter Luke Humph. Broun, King's serjeant-at-law, Sir Godfrey Fuljambe, Sir Hen. Sacheverell, Sir Wm. Coffyn, Math. Knyston, James Fuljambe, German Poole, Humph. Bradbourn, Ric. Curson, Fran. Cokayne, John Leeke, Thos. Poutrell, Roland Babyngton, John Boswell, Edw. Ayre, Geo. Fyndern, Ralph Sacheverell. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 6d.
12. Commissions of Oyer and Terminer for treasons as follows:—
Beds., Bucks., Camb., Hunts., Norf., Suff., City of Norwich, &c.:—Andrew lord Wyndesoure, John lord Mordaunt, Sir John Baldwyn, (fn. 1) Sir Ric. Lyster,* the mayor of Norwich, Sir Rog. Townesende, Sir Wm. Paston, Sir John Heydon, Sir Geo. Somersett, Sir Humph. Wyngfeld, Sir Robt. Payton, Sir Wm. Drurye, Sir Thos. Barnardeston, Sir Mich. Fyssher, Sir Laur. Taylard, Sir Thos. Rotheram, Sir Robt. Dormer, Sir Thos. Elyott Ric. Crumwell, John Gostwyke, Ric. Southwell, Thos. Longevyle, Thos, Chycheley, Robt. Holdych, Robt. Ap Rice, Thos. Hall, Simon Fitz," "Paul Darell, Thos. Bacon, Thos. Castell, and Thos. Downold. Westm., 4 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p.1, m. 36d.
13. Northt., Warw., Leic, Rutland, Notts., Derby, Linc, the cities of Lincoln and Coventry, and the towns of Leicester and Nottingham:—Sir Walt. Luke, (fn. 2) Humph. Broun, King's serjeant-at-law,* the mayors of Coventry, Lincoln, Leicester, and Nottingham, Sir Wm. Parr, Sir Wm, Newenham Sir Wm. Feldyng, Sir Hen. Sachaverell, Sir Brian Stapleton, Sir John Byron, John Markham, Sir Robt. Tyrwhyt, Sir John Thymolbye, Sir Robt. Husey, Edw. Mountague, Edm. Knyghtley, Rog. Wigston, Thos. Nevell, John Haryngton, Edm. Molynex, Edw. Warner, Anth. Nevell, John Beamount, John Hervy, and Robt. Chauntrell. Same date. Pat.30 Hen.VIII, p. 1, m 36d.
14. Oxon., Berks., Worc, Glouc., Heref., Salop, and Staff.:—Sir Wm. Sulyard,* Sir John Porte,* Edw. Mountague,* King's serjeant-at-law, Wm. Kyngeston, Sir John Daunce, Sir Walt. Stoner, Sir Edw. Crofte, Sir Humph. Forster, Sir Edw. Wadham, Sir Wm. Essex, Sir Chris. Baynham, Sir James Baskervyle, Sir Gilb. Talbot, Sir John Talbot, Sir John Gyfford, Sir Wm. Bassett, Sir John Russell, jun., Sir John Welshe, Sir Geo. Gresley, Sir Phil. Draycote, Sir Edw. Ayssheton, Sir Geo. Gryffyth, Rog. Wygston, John Pakyngton, John Vernon, John Russell, Wm. Fermour, Rog. Corbett, Walt. Wrottesley, Thos. Holte, Thos. Newporte, Roland Moreton, Robt. Wye, Thos. Bodenham, Ric. Warmecombe, and John Latton. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 36d.
15. Essex, Herts., Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, &c.:—John earl of Oxford, Hen. earl of Essex, Robt. earl of Sussex, Hen. lord Mautravers, Sir Thos. West de la Ware, Sir Geo. Broke of Cobham, Chris. Hales,* M.R., Sir John Spelman,* Sir Wm. Shelley,* John Baker, Attorney-General,* Sir John Russell, sen., Sir Ric. Riche, John Hales,* Sir Ric. Weston, Sir John Gage, Sir Hen. Parker, Sir Giles Capell, Sir Thos. Darcy, Sir Edw. Wotton, Sir Phil. Butler, John Sakevyle, Walt. Hendley, Chris. More, John Conyngesby, John Danaster, John Gyll, John Broun, and Robt. Mordaunt. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 37d.
16. Hants., Wilts., Dorset, Somers., Devon, and Cornwall:—Sir John Fitzjames,* Sir Thos.Willoughby,* Sir Peter Eggecombe, Sir Thos. Denys, Sir Geo. Carow, Sir Giles Strangwayes, Sir Edw. Pomery, Sir John Chamond, Sir Philip Champernon, Sir Thos. Arundell, Sir John Fulford, Sir Hen. Capell, Sir Thos. Trenchard, Sir Thos. Speke, Sir Hugh Pollard, Sir Hugh Paulett, Sir Wm. Godolphan, Sir Anth. Hungerford, John Row, serjeant-at-law, Edm. Marvyn, serjeant- at-law, John Pawlett, Wm. Portmau, Barth, Fortescue, Thos. Sayntabyn, John Stowell, Robt. Vyvyan, John Erneley, Chas. Bulkeley, Barth. Husey. Ric. Andrews, John Kyngesmyll, Ric. Phellyppis, John Harrys, John Bonham, Nich. Willoughby, Hump. Prydeaux and Wm. Thornell. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p.1,m. 37d.
17. Commissions of Sewers as follows:—
Sussex:—To Hen. lord Mautravers, Sir Thos. West lord la Ware, Sir Geoff. Pole, Wm. Erneley, John Gunter, Thos. Devenyshe, Ric. Sakevyle, Hen. Huse, Thos. Darell, Edm. Lukener, Ric. Reyman, John Dawtrey, Edw. Bartlett, and John Stancey—for the sea coast and marsh grounds between Felgham, Sussex and Emsworth, in the border of Hants. Westm., 4 July 30 Hen. VIII. Pat., p. 1, m. 19d.
18. Hants.:—John bp. of Bangor, Thos. abbot of Bewley, Wm. prior of St. Swithin's, Edw. More, clk., warden of New College near Winchester, Sir Peter Philpott, Sir John Keyleway, Ric. Paulett, Ric. Andrews, John Norton, Thos. Welles, John Mylles, John Kyngesmyll, John Wyntershull, Wm. Wayte of Wemerying, Walter Chaundeler, aud Thos. Dabrigcourte—for the sea coast and marsh ground extending from the river running from a part of the soke of the city of Winchester called Blackbrydge to the port, town, and haven of Southampton. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 20d.
19. Yorks.:—Sir Marmaduke Constable, sen., Sir Wm. Constable, Sir Ralph Ellercar, jun., Sir John Constable, Sir John Eland, Sir Wm. Knollys, Thos. Elerkar, Martin Helyard, Wm. Babthorp, Robt. Chaloner, Ric. Smetheley, John Lambart, Wm. Thwaytys, Phil. Myffyn, Robt. Creke, Robt. Hoggeson, John Wryght, and Robt. Kemsey—for the sea coast between Burgh and Baynton to Bridelyngton and Ravensey at Spurne, and by all the lordship and county of Holderaes, and by all the water of Hull on both sides. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 20d.
20. Norf. .—Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Sir John Spelman, Sir Chris. Jeuney, Sir Rog. Townesende, Sir Wm. Paston, Sir John Heydon, Sir John Shelton, Sir Edw. Chamberleyn, Sir Thos. le Strange, Sir Edm. Bedyngfeld, Sir James Boleyn, Sir John Jermye, Sir Chris. Heydon, Sir Fran. Lovell, Sir Fran. Calthorp, Sir John Tyndale, Sir Walter Hubbert, Ric. Southwell, Robt. Holdyche, John Clere, Wm. Conyngesby, Hen Bedynfeld, Wm. Fermour, John Robsart, Roger Woodhouse, Edw. Cokett, John Wotton, Nic. Strange, Wm. Yelverton, sen., Robt. Townesende, Wm. Yelverton, jun., Thos. Clere, Phil. Barnard, Ric. Banyard, Humph. Corwell, Thos. Derham, Edw. Knevet of Bokenham," "Edm. Whyte, John Berney of Redham, Robt. Barney, Erasmus Paston, Edm. Byllyngford, Edw. Beaupre, John Grey of Carbroke, John Stede, John Curson, Thos. Godsalve, John Castell, Edw. Calthrop, Thos. Thursby, Humph. Carvyle, Robt. Hogan, John Cressener, Robt. Brainpton, Wm. Brampton, John Bedyngfeld, Philip Bedyogfeld, John Fyncham, Eim. Grey, John Reppes, John Redd, Wm. Skypwith, Thos. Gybbon, Osbert Moundeford, Miles Hubbert, Heo. Hubbert, Wm. Methwold, John Woodhouse of Waxtonsham, John Wyllowysby, Thos. Gawdy, jun., Edm. Lomnour, John Dethyk, Hen. Walpole, Giles Sefowle, Thos. Prentys, Christopher Coote, Firmin Rokewood, Ralph Shelton, and Anth. Thwaytes—for the sea coast and marsh ground in co. Norf. Same date. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 20d.
21. Sir Wm. Skypwyth. Grant in fee of the manor of Covenham, Linc.; and all lands, &c., there in the King's hands by the attainder of Ric. Harryson, late abbot of Kyrksted. Del. Westm., 5 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 3, m. 2. 21 years, at 12l. 9s. rent, according to the extent made by Ric. Pollard. Del. Westm., 6 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. b. Pat. p. 2, m. 10.
22. John Gostwyke, Treasurer of Tenths and First fruits. Annuity of 20l., payable by the master of the King's wards, out of the possessions of Sir Randolph Brereton, deceased, in cos. Chester, Flint, Staff., Salop, Derby, Northt., or elsewhere in England, during the minority of Randolph Brereton, s. and h. of the said Randolph; with the wardship and marriage of the said heir. Del. Westm., 5 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 17.
23. John Banbery of Bray, Berks., jun. Pardon for having or the 1 April 27 Hen. VIII. assaulted and killed Wm. Norres at Bray on the river Thames, the said John and William being in boats. Del. Westm., 5 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 1, m. 35.
24. Fulk Appowell, Guisnes pursuivant- at-arms. To be Rougedragon pursuivant, with fees of 10l. a year, payable from Easter, 27 Hen. VIII. Westm., 6 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 6 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 16.
25. John Scrope, lord Scrope of Bolton. Lease of the rectory of Estgreynton, Yorks., parcel of the lands of Brydlyngton, Yorks., now in the King's hands by the attainder of Wm. the late prior; with reservation; for 21 years, at 40l. rent and 20s. increase. Del. Westm., 6 July 30 Hen. VIII—S.B.b. Pat. p. 8, m. 18.
27. Isabella Tunstall, widow, and Brian Tunstall, her son. Lease of a field called Cliffe Feld and a close of pasture called le Ingclosse, and another pasture called le Westfeld, in the manor or lordship of Skirtyngton, Yorks., parcel of the lands of Bridlyngton, Yorks., now in the King's hands by the attainder of Wm., late prior there; for 21 years, at 16l. rent. Del. Westm., 6 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B.b. Pat. p. 4, m. 2.
28. Sir Wm. Pykeryng. Lease of the rectory of Whalley, Lane, with its chapels of Padenham, Clyderhowe, Downeham, Cowe, Brindley, Churche, Althara, Haslyngdeyn, Bowlande, Penhull, Frawden and Rosendale, and Clyderoe Castle; and all houses, buildings, lands, &c., belonging to the said rectory and chapels, parcel of the possessions of Whalley, Lanc, now in the King's hands by the attainder of John the late abbot there; except the advowsons of the vicarage of Whalley, and of the chapels; for 21 years, at 237l. 13s. 3d. rent. Del. Westm., 8 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. b. Pat. p. 8, m. 14.
29. Ralph earl of Westmoreland. Grant in tail of the reversions and rents reserved upon the following crown leases, viz.:—
To John Berwyke, of the Household, 20 June 29 Hen. VIII., of the house, lands (specified), &c., of the dissolved priory of Rosedale, Yorks.; for 21 years, at 102s. 4d. rent.
To the said John, 20 June 29 Hen. VIII., of a tenement with certain acres of meadow, &c., in Rosedale, Yorks., belonging to the said late priory; for 21 years, at 46s. 8d. rent.
Also grant, as above, of the manor of Rosedale and the rectory of Thorpennowe, Yorks., belonging to the said late priory; and the house, site, and precinct, &c., of the late priory of Keldom, Yorks., and all lands in Rosedale, Thorpennowe, Keldom, Thornton, Pikring, Newton, and Swynnyngton Regis, Yorks., belonging to the said late priories of Rosedale and Keldom. Clear annual value, 90l. 15s. 9d.; rent of 24l. 2s. 5d. Westm., 6 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del.Westm., 9 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 3, m. 6.
Commissions of the Peace: —
30. Devon .—Sir Thos. Audeley, C, Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Hen. marquis of Exeter, Wm. earl of Southampton, J. bp. of Exeter, John lord Zouche, Edm. ord Braye, John FitzJames, Sir Thos. Willoughby, Sir Thos. Denys, Sir Peter Eggecombe, Sir John Fulford, Sir Edw. Pomerey, Sir John Chamounde, Sir Thos." "Stukeley, Sir Philip Champernon, Sir Geo. Carewe, Sir Hugh Pollard, John Arundell, John Bowe (sic), serjeant-at-law, John Gilbert, Barth. Fortescue, And. Hyllarsden, James Courtneye, Ric. Eggecombe, Ric. Hales, Wymond Carewe, Hugh Stukeley, Thos. Syddenham, Alex. Wood, Ric. Yeard, Robt. Chydleye, John Pollard, Humph. Prydeaux, John Amadas, Robt. Brytt, John Whyddon, Lewis Fortescu, Anth. Bery, John Harres, Wra. Rowp. Westm., 9 July. Pat. 30 Hen.VIII., p. 1, m. 6d.
.31. Notts.:—Sir Thos. Audeley,C.,Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas, duke of Suffolk, Thos. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Thos. earl of Rutland, Win. earl of Southampton, Sir Fran. Talbot, lord Talbot, Thos. lord Boirgh, Sir Walt. Luke, Humph. Broun, King's serjeant-at-law, Sir Brian Stapleton, Sir John Markham, Sir John Byron. Sir John Wylloughby, Sir Hen. Sutton, Sir John Chaworth, Mich. Staunehop, Gervase Clyston, John Constable, Thos. Hill, Wm. Clerkeson, John Babyngton, Geo. Wastnesse, Edm. Molyneux, John Hercy, John Bassell, Andrew Barton, Robt. Nevell, Anth. Nevell, Mich. Clerkeson, Rog. Grenall. Wesim., 9 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 8, m. 7d.
32. Somersetshire:—Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Hen. marquis of Exeter, John earl of Bath, Edw. earl of Hertford, Wm. earl of Southampton, D. (sic) bp. of Bath and Wells, Hen. lord Mountagu, Hen. M. lord Mautravers, John lord Audeley, Wm. lord Stourton, Hen. lord Dawbeney, Walt, lord Hungarford of Heytesbury, Sir John FitzJonnes (sic), Sir Thos. Willoughby, Sir Wm. Paulet, Sir Nich. Wadham, Sir Hen. Long, Sir Edw. George, Sir Anth. Hungerford, Sir John Seyntlowe, Sir Thos. Arundell, Sir Hen. Capoll, John Stowell, Thos. —— (blank), Thos. Clerke, Edw. Rogers, John Newton, William Portman, Thos. Stradlyng, Ric. Phylyppes, David Broke, Alex. Popham, Anth. Gylbert, John Broun, Rog. Basyng, Geo. Gylbert, Hugh Malett, Wm. Vawell, John Porter. Westm., 9 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 7d.
33. Dorset:—Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Wm. earl of Southampton, N. bp. of Salisbury, Hen. lord Mountagu, Hen. lord Mautravers, John lord Audeley, John lord Dawbeney, Sir John FitzJamcs, Sir Thos. Willoughby, Sir Giles Strangwayes, Sir Thos. Treuchard, Sir Thos. Arundell, Sir Wm. Uvedale, Sir Edw. Willoughby, John Rogers, Edw. Rogers, Geo. Lynde, Thos. Stradlyng, Rog. Staurton, Ric. Phylyppes, John Williams, John Orenge, Wm. Hody, Nich. Wylloughby, Hen. Assheley, Hen. Strangwayes, Wm. Thornell. Westm., 9 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 7d.
34. Herts. .—Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of North (Norfolk), Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Hen. earl of Essex, Thos. earl of Rutland, J. bp. of Lincoln, Thos. bp. of Ely, Hen. lord Morley, Sir John Spelman, John Baker, Attorney-General, Sir Ric. Riche, Sir Hen. Parker, Sir John Russell, sen., Sir Giles Capell, Sir Griffin Downe, Sir Philip Botyller, John Gooderyke, Hen. Gooderyke, John Bolles, John Copwood, Geo. Hyde, Edw. Brokett, John Peryent, sen., John Conyngesby, Thos. Knyghton, John Gill, John Newporte, Robt. Dacres, Thos. Hemnyng, Hen. Heydon, Wm. Gery, John Sewster. Westm., 9 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1,m. 8d.
35. Surr :—Thos. archbp. of Canterbury, Sir Thos. Audeley, C.,Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Hen. marquis of Exeter, Th. earl of Rutland, Wm. earl of Southampton, R. bp. of St. Asaph's, Sir Hen. Mautravers lord Mautravers, Edm. lord Braye, Chris. Hales, M.H., Sir John Spelman, John Baker, Attorney-General, Sir Ric. Weston, Sir Thos, Nevell, Sir Nich. Carewe, Sir John Gage, Sir Th. Hennege, Sir Anth. Broun, Sir Ric. Long, Sir John Dudley, Sir John Aleyn, Sir Math. Broun, Sir John Gaynesford, Wm. Whorwood, Chris. More, Jasper Horsey, Nich. Legh of Adyngston, John Daneser, Robt. Wyntershull, Robt. Acton, Th. Lysle, Thos. Stydall, Th. Heron, John Skynuer, Ambrose Wolley, James Skynner, Robt. Curson, John Skott, John Mores, Wm. Muschampe. Westm., 9 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 8d.
36. Sussex:—Thos. archbp. of Canterbury, Sir Thos. Audeley, C, Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Wm. earl of Arundell, Win. earl of Southampton, Arth. viscount Lysle, Hen. lord Mountagu, Hen. lord Mautravers, Sir Thos. West de la Ware, Thos. lord Dacre of South, Chris. Hales, Master of the Rolls, Sir Ric. Lyster, Sir John Spelman, Sir Wm. Shelley, John Baker, Attorney-General, Sir Owen Westmer, Sir Thos. Nevell, Sir John Dudley, John Hales, Sir John Gage, Sir Edw. Nevell, Sir Geof. Pole, Sir Geo. West, Sir Alex. Culpeper, Sir Rog. Copley, Sir Hen. Owen, Sir Wm. Pelham, Sir John Dawtry, Sir Ric. Shirley, Sir Edw. Braye, Sir Anth. Wyndesore, Sir Wm. Goryng, Greg. Crumwell, John Sakevile, John Dawtry, jun., Ric. Belyngham, Ric. Sakvyle, John Gooderyke, Ric. Covert, Chris. More, John Belyngham, sen., Giles Fenys, John Palmer, Wm. Waller, Wm. Wybarne, Wm. Erneley, Thos. Thatcher, John Shelley, Thos. Darell, Walt. Hendley, John Michell, John —— (blank), Robt. Oxenbrydge, John Parker, Thos. Asshebourham, Ambrose Wolley, John Ledys, Thos. Shirley, John Carill, Edw. Scott, John Gunter, John Apsley, and Nich. Custon Westm., 9 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 8d."
37. "Hants:—Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, S. bp. of Winchester, Arth. viscount Lysle, Hen. lord Mountagu, Hen. lord Mautravers, John lord Audeley, Wm. lord Sandys, Sir John FitzJames, SirRic. Lyster, Sir Thos. Willoughby, Sir Wm. Panlett, Sir John Wallop, Sir Geoff. Pole, Sir Ric. Sandys, Sir Mich. Lyster, Sir James Worseley, Sir Wm. Berkeley, Sir Wm. Gyfford, Sir Peter Fylpott, Sir Anth. Wyndesore, John Paulett, Edm. Mervyn, serjeant-at-law, Thos. Wrvothesley, Geo. Paulett, Ric. Paulett, Ric. Hill, Phil. Parys, Francis Dawtry, Ric. Andrewes, Wm. Thorp, James Bettys, Thos. Wellyams, Reg. Williams, Robt. Bulkeley, Nich. Tychebourn. Arth. Uvedall, Wm. Warham, John Kyngesmyll, Ric. Cotoh, John Wyntershull, John Norton, and Wm. More. T.R. [9 July.] (fn. 3) Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 9d.jun., Sir Wm. Middelton, Sir Geo. Darcy, Sir Robt. Nevell, Sir Wm. Malyvery, Sir Geo. Lawson, Sir Wm. Copley, Sir Hen. Everynghara, Sir Chris. Danby, Sir Marmaduke Constable, Sir John Dawney, Sir Thos. Tempest of Barswell, Sir Wm. Malory, Sir John Wentworth, Sir John Nevell, Thos. Fairfax, serjeant-at-law, John Uvedale, John Norton, Wm. Babthorp, Ric. Redmayne, Robt. Bowes, Robt. Chaloner, Ric. Bellasys, John Anne, Gervase Clyston, John Polyn, Thos. Wentworth of Wentworth, Wm. Hungate, sen., Fran. Frobysor, Rog. Malet of Normanton, Thos. Grice. John Lambert, Thos. Grene, John Pecke, Thos. Savell of Ekkersley, Chas. Jakson, Anth. Awmond, Thos. Ryther, Ralph Poleyn of Skotton, John Wakefield, Hugh Wyrall, and Wm. Tankerd. T.R. [9 July.]* Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 9d.
38. Yorkshire, East Riding:—Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, C. bp. of Durham, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Ralph earl of Westmoreland, Thos. earl of Rutland, Hen. earl of Cumberland, Wm. earl of Southampton, R. bp. of Llandaff, Wm. lord Dacre of Gillesland, John lord Scrope of Bolton, John lord Latymer, Chris. ——. (fn. 4) John Hynde, King's serjeant-at-law, Thos. Magnus, clk., Sir Thos. Tempest, Sir Marmaduke Constable, sen., Sir Ralph Ellerker, jun., Sir Wm. Evre, Sir John Constable of Holdernes, Sir Ralph Evre, sen., Sir Wm. Constable, Sir Peter Vavasour, Sir Marmaduke Constable, jun., Sir Geo. Lawson, Thos. Fayrfax, serjeant-at-law, John Uvedale, John Aske, Robt. Bowes, Wm. Babthorp, John Acclame, Robt. Chaloner, Ric. Bellasys, Wm. Thwaytes, Matth. Boynton, Thos. Wenworth, Ric. Smetheley, Leonard Bekwith, Geoff. Lee, Geo. Conyers, Edw. Rosse, Robt. Creke, John Wright, and Wm. Constable of Shirbourn. T.R. [9 July.]* Pat. 30 Hen. VIII. p. 1, m. 9d.
39. Yorkshire, West Riding:—Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, C. bp. of Durham, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Ralph earl of Westmoreland, Thos. earl of Rutland, Hen. earl of Cumberland, Wm. earl of Southampton, R. bp. of Llandaff, Wm. lord Dacre of Gillesland, John lord Scrope of Bolton, John lord Latymer, Fran, lord Talbot, Sir Ric. Lyster, Sir Chris. Jenney, John Hynde, King's serjeant-at-law, Thos. Magnus, clk., Sir Marmaduke Constable, sen., Sir Wm. Evers, Sir Thos. Tempest, Sir Thos. Wentworth, Sir Ralph Ellerker, jun., Sir Wm. Middelton, Sir Geo. Darcy, Sir Robt. Nevell, Sir Wm. Malyvery, Sir Geo. Lawson, Sir Wm. Copley, Sir Hen. Everynghara, Sir Chris. Danby, Sir Marmaduke Constable, Sir John Dawney, Sir Thos. Tempest of Barswell, Sir Wm. Malory, Sir John Wentworth, Sir John Nevell, Thos. Fairfax, serjeant-at-law, John Uvedale, John Norton, Wm. Babthorp, Ric. Redmayne, Robt. Bowes, Robt. Chaloner, Ric. Bellasys, John Anne, Gervase Clyston, John Polyn, Thos. Wentworth of Wentworth, Wm. Hungate, sen., Fran. Frobysor, Rog. Malet of Normanton, Thos. Grice. John Lambert, Thos. Grene, John Pecke, Thos. Savell of Ekkersley, Chas. Jakson, Anth. Awmond, Thos. Ryther, Ralph Poleyn of Skotton, John Wakefield, Hugh Wyrall, and Wm. Tankerd. T.R. [9 July.]* Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 9d.
40. Yorkshire, North Riding:—Sir Thos. Andeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, C. bp. of Durham, Geo. earl of Shrewsbury, Ralph earl of Westmoreland, Thos. earl of Rutland, Hen. earl of Cumberland, Wm. earl of Southampton, R. bp. of Llandaff, Wm. lord Dacre of Gilleslande, John lord Scrop of Bolton, Sir John Nevell lord Latymer, John lord Lumley, Fran, lord Talbott, Sir Chris. Jenney, John Hynde, King's sergeant-at- law, Thos. Magnus, clk., Sir Thos. Tempest, Sir Ralph Ellerker, jun., Sir Wm. Evers, Sir Edw. Gower, Sir Wm. Middelton, Sir Marmaduke Constable, sen., Sir Ralph Evers, jun., Sir Geo. Lawson, Sir James Metcalf, Sir James Strangwayes, Sir Nich. Fayrfax, Sir Geo. Conyers, Sir Chris. Danby, Sir Rog. Lasselles, Thos. Fayrfax, serjeant- at-law, John Uvedale, Robt. Bowes, John Norton, Wm. Babthorp, Robt. Chaloner, John Barton, Wm. Bellosys, Wm. Rokeby, John Poleyn, Math. Boynton, Marmaduke Wyvolde, Geo. Conyers, James Fox, Robt. Mennell, Wm. Danby, Wm. Tankard, and Ric. Whalley. T.R. [9 July.]* Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 10d.
41. Wm. Bonde, one of the yeomen of the Guard. To be reeve and bailiff of Charleton Camvile, with the pasturing ot 100 sheep, farm of 1 acre of meadow, pasture for 16 beasts upon the down and in other places, and the keeping of two woods there with herbage of the same within the lordship of Carleton Somers, vice Walter Petwyn, dec. Also to be bailiff of the adjoining hundred of Horethorne, taking two loads of wood every year upon Horethorne. Usual fees. Westm., 4 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 10 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 36."
42. John Lee. Annuity of 4l. for life, and an annual rent of a couple of running dogs out of the manor of Horewoode, Staff., and the other possessions of Wm. lord Lovell and Holland in Horewoode Halowey alias Halhowse in Compton in the lordship of Kynfare, Staff., which rents lately belonged to Sir Francis late lord Lovell, attainted, and were granted 3 Feb. 13 Hen. VIII. to Walter Walshe, now deceased. Hampton Court, 7 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 11 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m 12.
43. Edm. Haselwood. Lease of the close called Thorpeland, parcelof the earldom of Warwick, Northt.. with reservations; for 21 years, at 10l. 6s. 8d. rent and 13s. 4d. increase, on surrender of a similar lease made to him 22 Nov. 8 Hen. VIII. by Sir Edw. Belknap, dec., surveyor-general of crown lands. Del. Westm., 11 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B.b. Pat. p. 8, m. 3
44. Cistercian priory of St. John the Baptist, Nunappleton, Yorks. Exemption from suppression. Anne Langton, professa of the Cistercian order, to be prioress. Del. Westin., 12 July 30 Hen. VIII—S.B. Pat. p. 1, m. 23.
45. Ric. Marbotte, clk., the master, and the brethren of the hospital of St. Thomas the Martyr, Southwarke, Surrey. Grant (in exchange for the manor of Sandon, near Essher, and the rectory of Essher, Surrey, lately granted by them to the Crown), of the rectories of Magna Wakerynge, Essex, late belonging to the dissolved monastery of Bilegh, Essex, and of Bumpsted Helyon, Essex, late belonging to the dissolved monastery of Hatfield Regis, Essex, with advowsons of the vicarages, and lands thereto belonging. Clear annual value, 13l. 16s.; rent, 65s. 11½d. by way of tenth, free of all other payments for first-fruits and tenth.
Also acquittance of all first-fruits and tenths due on the said manor of Sandon and rectories of Essher, Magna Wakerynge, and Bumpsted Helyon from Mich. last. Del. Westm., 12 July 30 Henry VIII.— S.B. Pat. p. 3, m. 17.
46. Wm. Chevenay, rector of Kingston, near Canterbury. Licence of non-residence. Hampton Court, 12 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., same day.—P.S. Pat. p. 1, m. 35.
47. Hen. marquis of Dorset. Livery of lands as s. and h. of Thos. marquis of Dorset, dec. Also of the said Henry's portion in possession, reversion, or otherwise, of the possessions whereof Margaret marchioness of Dorset, his mother, was seised for her own or another's life, or whereof Sir John Dudley lord Dudley and Cecily his wife are seised in right of the said Cecily, or Margaret lady Gray, for life, or Sir Ric. Gray lord Gray, for life, or Sir Leonard Gray lord Gray, for life, or Sir Thos. West lord La Warre and Eliz. his wife, in survivorship. Del.
Westm., 12 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 5, m. 10.
48. Pardon of alienation by James Clifford and Anne his wife, Thos. Aston and Bridget, John Smyth and Agnes his wife, to Leonard Rede and Eliz. his wife of the manors of Bearecracombe and Caplond and the advowson of the church of Bearecracombe with lands, &c., in Bearecracombe and Caplond, Somers., and Walkeslowe, Wrykton Walkeslow, and Thonglond, Salop. They were remised, with remainder in tail male, to the said Anne, contingent remainders to the said Anne, Bridget, and Agnes, and the heirs of their bodies, and afterwards contingent remainder to the right heirs of Thos. Harwell, dec., for ever. Westm., 12 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VII/., p. 5, m. 12.
49. Commissions of the Pence.
Lincolnshire, Lindesey: — Sir Thos. Andeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. Cr urn well lord Crumwell, Privy Seal. Thos. earl of Rutland, Wm. earl of Southampton, J. bp. of Lincoln, Edw. lord Clynton, Thos. lord Burgh, Geo. Hennege, clk., dean of Lincoln, Sir Walter Luke, Humph. Broun, King's serjeant-at-law, Sir Thos. Burgh, Sir Robt. Tyrwhit, Sir Robt. Dymmoke, Sir Chris. Willoughby, Sir Wm. Ascue, Sir Wm. Skypwith, Sir Thos. Hennege, Sir And. Billesby, Sir Wm. Sandon, Sir Thos. Missenden, Sir John Copledyke, Sir Edw. Madyson, Edw. Dymmoke, Robt. Tyrwhit, John Mounson, John Seyntpoll, Thos. Hatclyff, John Rede, Thos. Dymmoke, John Candysshe, Anth. Myssenden, John Hennege, Edw. Forsett, Thos. Kyme, Vincent Grantham, Nich. Girlyngton, Wm. Dalyson, Thos. Portyngton, Thos. Lyttellbury, John Tourney, Robt. Topclyff, Fran. Ascue, Geo. Seyntpole, Robt. Dightoo, Robt Brokeesbye. Westm., 13 July. Pat.30 Hen. VIII., p.1., M.11d.
50. Norfolk:—Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Sir Thos. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Robt. earl of Sussex, Wm. earl of Southampton, T. bp. of Ely, Hen. lord FitzWater, Sir John Baldewyn, Sir Ric. Lyster, John Spelman, Sir Chris. Jenney, Sir Roger Townesend, Sir Wm. Paston, Sir John Heydon, Sir John Shelton, Sir Thos. Benyngfeld, Sir James Boleyn, Sir Ric. Gressham, Sir John Jermy, Sir Chris. Heydon, Sir Fran. Lovell, Sir John Tyndale, Nich. Hare, Ric. Southwell, Robt. Holdyche, John Clere, Wm. Conyngesby, John Catthorp, Hen. Bedyngfeld, Wm. Fermer, jun., John Gooderyke, Hen. Gooderyke, John Robsard, Rog. Woodhouse, Edw. Cokett, John Wootton, Nich. Strange, Robt. Southwell, Wm. Yelverton, sen., Robt. Townesend, Wm. Yelverton, jun., Robt. Curson, Edw. Byllyngford. Westm., 13 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VII., p. 1, m. 12d
51. Hunts.:– Sir Th. Audeley, C., Th. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Sir Th. Crumwell lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Wm. earl of Southampton, J. bp. of Lincoln, T. bp. of Ely, John lord Mordaunt, Sir John Baldewyn, Sir Ric. Lyster, Sir Walt. Luke, Sir John Russell, sen., Sir Wm. Husey, Sir John Seynt John, Sir Wm. Gascoign, Sir Laur. Taylard, Sir Robt. Kyrkeham, John Hynde, King's serjeant-at-law, Edw. Mountague, King's serjeant-at-law, Ric. Crumwell, John Gostwyke, John Gooderyke, Chas. Wyngfeld, Hen. Gooderyke, Robt. Tyrwhytt, Thos. Hall, Robt. Apprice, Oliver Leder, Thos. Waton, Thos. Downold, John Sewster. Westm., 13 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 13d.
52. Peter Vandevall, the King's jeweller. Passport to leave the realm with six horses, baggage, &c. Waltham Abbey, 12 May 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 14 July 30 Hen. VIII.—P.S.
53. Perot le Doulce, cook pro ore, both to Henry VII. and Henry VIII. Lease of the tenement in which he now dwells, lying among other the King's tenements at Charyng crosse, Midd., viz., between the hospital of St. Mary Rouncedevall on the north, and the King's other tenements there on the south, the highway from London to Westminster on the west, and the churchyard of the said hospital on the east. Westm. 14 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 44.
54. Humph. Chawney, one of the yeoman of the Crown. To be bailiff of the town and lordship or manor of Brydlington, Yorks., by water and by land, in the King's hands by the attainder of Wm. Wood, late prior of St. John's, Brydlyngton; with fees of 6l. a year. Hampton Court, 12 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 12.
55. Urian Brereton, one of the grooms of the King's Privy Chamber, and Humph. Hurleton. Grant in survivorship of the office of the King's Attorney in cos. Anglesea, Caernarvon and Merioneth, with the fees which were enjoyed by Richard Sneyde, late attorney payable by the Chamberlain of North Wales; to date from 1 Aug. last
Vacated on surrender, 30 May 35 Hen. VIII., by the above named Urian the survivor, in order to be granted to the said Urian and Ranulph Cholmondeley. Hampton Court, 12 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 15 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 12.
56. Alex. Zenzan, one of the riders of the King's great horses. Licence to bring and export 200 woollen cloths, unwrought. Westm., 15 July. French Roll. 30 Hen. VIII., m. 1.
57. John Williams, master of the King's jewels. To be general receiver of the possessions of late abbey of Wouborne, Beds., now in the King's hands by the attainder of Robt. the kite abbot, with fees of 12l. a year. Hampton Court, 12 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 July.—P.S. Pat. p 2, m. 9.
58. Ric. Guyen (Quyen in P S ),chaplain of the lord Privy Seal. Licence to hold two incompatible benefices and reside elsewhere for the sake of study. Hampton Court, 13 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 16 July. — P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 12. Rym. XIV. p. 598.
59. Sir Wm. Tyrwytt. Grant in fee of the house and site of the dissolved priory of nuns of Goykewell Linc., the church, steeple, and churchyard, &c., a windmill, the demesne lands &c. in Goykewell, as occupied by the prioress at the time of the dissolution, 4 Feb. 27 Hen. VIII., a waste toft of four bovates of land in Glentworth, which Robt. Brokelsby of Glentworth, yeoman, now holds, and which were formerly in the tenure of Thos. Tatwell, sen.; the lands, &c., in tenure of Robt. Dighton in Fyllyngham, and all lands, &c., in Fyllyngham, belonging to the same monastery To hold the premises in as full a manner as Anne Castelford, the late prioress, held them. Annual value 5l. 12s. 6d., rent 7s 3d. Del. Westm., 16 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p 1, m. 26.
60. Kent:—Commission of the peace to Thos. archbp. of Canterbury, Sir Thos. Audeley, C., Thos. duke of Norfolk, Chas. duke of Suffolk, Thos. Crumwell, lord Crumwell, Privy Seal, Hen. marquis of Exeter, Thos. earl of Wiltshire, Wm. earl of Southampton, J. bp. of Rochester, Sir Geo. Broke of Cobham, Chris. Hales, M.R., Sir John Spelman, Sir Thos. Wylloughby, John Baker, Attorney-General, Sir Thos. Nevell, Sir Thos. Cheyny, Sir Edw. Nevell, Sir John Dudley, Sir Alex. Culpeper, Sir Edw. Wotton, Sir Wm. Cromer, Sir Wm. Fynshe, Sir Edw. Ryngley, Sir Ric. Clement, John Hales, Sir Wm. Kemp, Sir Edw. Boveton, John Guldeforde, Thos. Hatclyff, James Walsyngham, Anth. Seyntleger of Ulcombe, Robt. South well, Wm. Roper, Wm. Waller, Edw. Thwaytys, Walt. Henley, John Cromer, Edw. Monyn, Thos. Darell of Skotney, Thos. Harlakynden, Thos. Hardys, Anth. Sandys, Wm. Goldewell, John Culpeper, James Hales, Thos. Wylford, Thos. Robertis, Thos. Dygges, Thos. Moyle, John Norton of Upchurch, Thos. Grene, Wm. Boyse, John Boyse, Thos. Wombewell. Westm., 16 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 1, m. 13d.
61. Sir Hen. Dawbeney, lord Dawbeney. Patent creating him earl of Briggewater, with succession in tail male and an annuity of 20l. out of the issues of cos. Somers. and Dorset. Chobham, 17 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 19 July.—P.S. Pat. p. 2, m. 8.
62. John Wellisbourne, one of the gentlemen of the King's Privy Chamber. To be keeper of the lawn of Benefelde in Rokyngham forest, Northt., and yeoman and groom keeper of the deer of the said lawn; keeper of the outwoods called Thorneham Wood hawe and Carbe Woodys, and of the deer in le Gatton Woodys and of the wood called le Westbay Lewike in the bailiwick of Rokyngham; all in Rokyngham forest; with the usual fees payable by the ranger of the forest out of the monies paid by the monastery of Petreborough for le Castle Warde, as Roger Raticlyff, now dec., had them; with the use a lodge in the said lawn whenever he lives there. Hampton Court, 12 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 19 July. —P.S. Pat. p. 1, m 34.
63. Sir Thomas Audeley, lord Chancellor Mortmain licence to alienate lands to the value of 40l. to John the abbot and the convent of St. Osith's, Essex, in frank almoign. Also licence to the abbot and convent to alienate to Audeley their manors of Abberton and Abbots, Essex, advowson of Abberton church and appurtenances in Aburton, Peldon, Estmersey, Layer de la Hay, and Langenhoo, Essex, and Denham, Gaseley and Cavenham, Suff. Del. Westm., 19 July 30 Hen. VIII—S.B.
64. Walt. Rawley alias Rawleygh, of Heys, Devon, alias of Collaton Rawley, Devon. Pardon of all offences committed before the 12 Feb. 26 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 20 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 48.
65. Sir Marmaduke Constable, sen., of Everyngham, Yorks. Grant in fee, for 200l., of the house and site of the dissolved priory of Draxe, Yorks., the church, steeple, churchyard, lands, &c. (severally specified by name) in Draxe, the fishery of New Hey, with a house and lands attached in New Hey, now in tenure of Robt. Okes and Margaret his wife, and the passage of the water of the Ouse in New Hey, now in tenure of Wm. Ryecroft; all which belonged to the said late priory; in as full manner as Wm. Emson the late prior held them. Clear annual value, 21l.; rent of 42s. as tenth. Del. Westm., 22 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 3, m. 12.
66. Sir Robt. Dormer. Grant in fee of the manor, rectory, and advowson of the church of Huchenden, Bucks., and all messuages, tofts, &c., in Huchenden, which belonged to the dissolved monastery of Kenelworth, Warw., in as full manner as Simon Jakes, the late abbot, held them. Rent 43s. Westm. 20 July. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII., p. 2, m. 44.
67. Thos. Wriothesley. Grant in fee of the house and site of the late monastery of Beaulieu alias de Bello Loco Regis, Hants., the church, steeple, and churchyard of the same; the manor of Beaulieu, and the great close of Beaulieu, also a close called—— (blank) lying near the great close of Beaulieu and the three chapels of Boverey, Througham and St. Leonard's, within the limits [of] the said great close; with reservation of the rectory and advowson of the parish church of Beaulieu; with tithes in the following places, viz.: —the grange and farm called Leonard's alias Saynt Leonard's, and the arable lands, meadows, &c., called le Olde Parke, Park Furlong, Little Guychards, Great Guychards, Berchery Furlong, Oxlease, Huckerslegh Hode Mede, Greate marshe, Herd grove, Penygrove, VinaryCrofte and Vachery, the park called frougham Parke, and the messuage called the Lodge, in the same, the grange, and farm called Southlegh, the fish pond called Southlegh ponde, the messuages and houses called Beck Lodgyng and le Bayly's House, thereto belonging, the closes, &c., called Newlands and Thornes, and the grange and farm called Otterwood; which premises came into the King's hand by grant of the abbot and convent of Beaulieu. Rent, 10l. 5s. 8d.
Also grant, as above, of all the messuages houses, &c., in Croweton and Aynowe, Northt., formerly parcel of the possessions of the dissolved priory of nuns of Sop well, Herts. Annual value 26s. 8d.; to hold in as full manner as Joan Pygot, the late prioress, by the annual rent of 2s. 8d. by way of tithe.
The grantee to be released from payment of all rents, annuities, &c., except one of 4l. payable to divers persons, and another of 46s. 8d. for the fees of Bartholomew Villers and Thos. Pace, keepers of Througham Park, and another of 40s. for the fees of Robt. Redford, bailiff of the manor of Beaulieu. Del. Terlyng, 29 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, in. 47.
68. Thos. archbp. of Canterbury. Grant to him and his successors of the reversions and rents reserved upon the following crown leases, viz.:—
(1.) To Ric. Keys, 10 May 29 Hen. VIII, of the house, site, and certain lands specified by name, of the dissolved monastery of St. Radegund, Kent; for 21 years, at 13l.10s. 8d. rent. (2.) To Ric. Tate of Stokbury, Kent, 20 May 29 Hen. VIII, of the manor of Horton, Kent, which belonged to the late priory of Horton; for 21 years, at 35l. 10s. 2d. rent. (3.) To John Palmer of Eastfarley, Kent, 7 Aug. 28 Hen. VIII, of the manor of Tynton, Kent, which also belonged to Horton; for 21 years, at 42l. 2s. 4d. rent. (4.) To Robt. Barkenall of Canterbury, 21 May 29 Hen. VIII., of the house and site of the dissolved priory of nuns of St. Sepulchre, without the Walls of Canterbury; a piece of arable land in a field called Markefeld, another piece called Sepmore, another piece lying in a field called Seynt Laurence felde, another piece called Churcheland, another called Pentecost, another piece containing three acres, another called Chappell land, a close of pasture called Lyme Kyll, a pasture containing one acre, five acres of meadow lying between Tunforth and Tanyngton, and tithes of all the premises; also an annual rent of 106s. 8d. out of the manor of le Mote near Maydeston; also the rectories of St. Sepulchre's without Canterbury; St. Mary, Bredne, in Canterbury, and all possessions of the said late priory; for 21 years, at 39l. 3s. 3d. rent. (5.) To Robt. Barkenhall, of the King's Household 20 June 29 Hen. VIII., of a water-mill, &c., in Charleton, Kent, which belonged to the dissolved priory of Dover; for 21 years, at 101s. rent. (6.) To Ant. Seyntleger of Ulcombe, Kent, 29 July 29 Hen. VIII., of the house and site of the late priory of Bilsyngton, Kent, and the rectory of Bilsington; for 50 years, at 70l. rent.
Also grant, as above, of the houses, buildings, sites, churches, &c., of St. Radegund's, St. Selpulehre's, Bilsyngton and Dover; and of the site of the late abbey of Langdon, Kent, and all the houses, buildings, &c., thereof; the manors of Shepperdiswold, Hawekynche, PAddelsworthe, Combe and Blakhouse, Kent, the lands called Clanercy, Monkeland, Pysyng, Sotmore, Foxhole, Warehorn, Eichorn, Estlangdon, Coperland, and Waterlok, Kent, and co. city of Canterbury, which belonged to St. Radegund's the rectories and advowsons of the churches of Ryver, Postlyng, Leyston in the Isle of Sheppey, and the advowson of Alkeham, Kent; the rectory and advowson of the church of Porteslade, Sussex; the mill called Crappell Mill, Kent, which belonged to St. Radegund's; all the demesne lands of St. Sepulchre's ; the rectories and advowsons of the parish churches of St. Sepulchre without the walls of Canterbury, and St. Mary, Bredne, in Canterbury; the annuar rent of 106s. 8d. issuing from the manor of Le Mote near Maydeston; the manors, lordships, &c., which belonged to St. Sepulchre's; the manors of Horton and Tynton, Kent; the rectories and advowsons of the churches of Bradbourn, Kent, and Purley, Essex, which belonged to Horton; the manors of Fry the, Farthynglowe, Guston, Reche, Barton, Westcourt, Dudmanscombe, and Pulton; the rectories and advowsons of the churches of Appuldore, Ebbeney, Colrede, Guston, Bukland, Hongham, and St. Margaret's at Clyffe, Kent, which belonged to Dover priory; the lands, &c., called Sotes Bukland, Dane, the mill of Buckland and Woorth Meynes, and the mill called Charlton Mille. which belonged to Dover; the manors of Upper Bilsyngton and Belger with the rectory and advowson of Bilsyngton church, which belonged to Bilsyngton; the manors of Enbroke, Leden, and Bonyngton, Kent, the demesne lands of Langdon, all messuages, lands, &c., called Cayn close, Capelland, Northtowne, Shetillesfeld, Enbroke, Leden, Apelton lands, and Holywoode parke, Kent; the advowsons of the churches and rectories of Leden, Tong, Walmer, Oxney, Westlangdon, and Waldershare and the advowson and vicarage of Walmer, which belonged to Langdon; and all other manors, lordships, &c., of Pulton, Alkham,
Gleham, Lymyng, Sheperdeswold, PAddelsworthe, Pysyng, Combe Marge, St. Mary's, Newyngton near Hithe, Ryver, Leysdon in the Isle of Sheppey, Sutton Valans, Postlyng, Saltwood, Horton Monachorum, Warehorn, Rokyng, Snave, Ivechurche, Newchurche, All Saints of Hope, Demechurch, Bray bourn, Dovor, Charleton, Wymysborowe, Guston, Hougham, Colrede, St. Margaret's-at-Clyff, Deale, Sandwiche, Bukland, Aldyngton, Bonyngton, Alkham, Tavyngton, Apuldore, Tenterden, Woodchurche, Rovynden, Langdon, Estlangdon, Westlangdon, Waldershare, Magna Mongeham, Parva Monpreham, Fynglesham, Berham, Kyngeston near Berham, Whitstaple, Brigge, Natyngdon, Willisborowe, Tong, Solton, Aysshe near Wyngeham, Godneston near Nonyngton, Cokeryng, Maydeston, Mote near Maydeston, Bilsyngton, Brokland, New Romney, Old Romney and Lydde, Kent; Porteslade, Sussex; Purley, Essex; and in the county of the city of Canterbury, belonging to the said late monasteries.
Except the house, site, church, steeple, and churchyard of Horton, a water-mill there, and lands, meadows, and pastures called Le Frythe, Midle Ewlham, Southfeld, Grete Ewlham, Le Middeil Baye, Le Penfeld, Le Grenefeld, Le Redde, Le Spere mede, Le Kyngs medowe and a parcel of medow in Horemede; and five acres of meadow in Le Grete Ewlham with tithes thereof, which belonged to Horton and are leased by indenture, 20 May 29 Hen. VIII., to Ric. Tate, at 114s. rent, which is also reserved.
Also grant, as above, of the park called Chistlet Parke, Kent, with the deer, lodge, granary, &c., which John the abbot and the convent of St. Augustine without the walls of Canterbury, by their deed inrolled in Chancery dated 4 Dec. 29 Hen. VIII., granted to the King.
Annual value of the premises 580l.
Further grant as above, of the advowsons of the churches of Alta Onger, Essex; St. Edmund in Lumbard Strete, London; Old Romney, Kent; and the vicarage of Appuldore, Kent; and the church of Morten, Essex.
To hold at a rent of 58l. by way of tenth, with the same liberties, &c., therein, as Thomas late archbp. of Canterbury, predecessor of the said Thomas, used to enjoy in the manor of Otford, Kent, by virtue of pat. 15 April 3 Edw. IV., exempt from payment of first fruits and tenths, except the above rent, and to enjoy the full jurisdiction and authority of the crown in the churches, vicarages, vills and parishes of Shoreham, Otford, Sevenok, Wroteham, Bexley, Northflete, Gard, Chedyngston, Sandryshe, Brasted, Est Pekham, Orpyngton, Huntyngdon, Clyff, Woodland, Keston, Halsted, Farnyngham, Ifeld, Ightham, Hever, Gillyngham, Estfarlygh and Grean, Kent.
The above are granted in exchange for the following possessions, viz.:—
The manors and lordships of Otforde, Wroteham, Bexley, Northfleete, Maydeston, and Knoll; the manors, lands, &c., called Otford Serviens, alias Serjeaunts Otford, Sevenoke, Shoreham, Chevenyng, Pantres, and Brytans, Kent, which the said Archbp. and Thomas, the prior and the convent of Christchurch, Canterbury, sold to the King by indenture 30 Nov. last; and the advowson of the churches and vicarages of Shoreham and Sevenoke with the chapel of Otford annexed to the said rectory of Shoreham; the advowson of the hospital, chantry or chapel of St. John, in the parish of Sevenoke ; the advowson of a chantry in the parish church of Sevenoke ; the advowsons of the college and church of St. Mary, Maydeston; the advowsons of the church and rectory of Northflete; the rectory and glebe of the same church; the advowson of the vicarage of Northflete; the advowsons of two chantries in the cathedral of Christchurch, Canterbury, founded by Thomas Arundell, formerly archbp. of Canterbury; and all the lands, meadows, and marshes called Horsyngmershe andBisshoppesmershe, in the parish of Clyve alias Clyff; the gaol or prison-house in Maydeston; and all other lands, &c., in Otford, Whitecliff, Sevenok, Shoreham, Chevenyng, Wrotham, Bexley, Eard, Sondriche, Chettyngston, Penshurst, Offham, Eicham alias Ightham, Litell Wroteham, Halsted, Donyngton, Lullyngston, Brampton, Chepsted, Ifeld, Parva Orpyngton, Aynesford, Frenyngham, Horton, Kirkeby, Heyver, Aldon, Fotiscrey, Northflete, Maydeston and Knoll, Kent (except the advowsons of the churches and vicarages of Chevenyng and Wrotham); which possessions were granted to the King by the said Archbp. by his charter inrolled in Chancery and dated 1 Dec. 29 Hen. VIII. and by deed of the prior and convent of Christchurch, Canterbury. Also the manor of Est Chayham; and all messuages, lands, &c., in Est Chayham, Ewell and Maldon and the parishes of St. George, St. Margaret, and St. Olave in the borough of Southwerk, Surrey, which the said Archbp. granted to the King by another charter inrolled in Chancery dated 28 May 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Terlyng, 31 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 40.
69. Sir Ric. Riche, Chancellor of the Court of Augmentations, and Eliz. his wife. Grant in fee of the reversion and rent reserved upon a lease made by John, late abbot, and the convent of St. Saviour's, Feversham, 4 Jan. 21 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Cornell, of Radwynter, Essex, husbandman, of the manor called Bendisshehall, and two tenements called Bradeggs and Michells, and certain fields called Redyngfeld, Oxleys, Kowleys, Lambecroft, Oldbiggyng, Tryndilmede felde alias Stewefeld, Catlyne Shotte, Newbiggyng, Longinedowe, Sirichfeld, Bradegfeld, Blakland, Duffehowsecroft, and a croft called le Harpe Melfeld, and four acres of "hawtwode" alias "under-woode," the fields called Notfelde, Yardo, Shepeotefeld alias Shepwasshefeld, and 2½ acres of land at Aspe; the meadow of the said abbot and convent in Chalwelmede and a meadow called Holbrokemede, and 10 acres of land called Biangre, with all rents and services, &c., to the value of 10l. belonging to the stock of the said manor; for the term of four years, and if he should survive that term, then for life at 33l. rent. Also grant, as above, of the whole manor of Bendyshehall, Essex; and three tenements and certain acres of land, &c., in Radwynter and Aston, Essex, tithes of the premises and a pension of 5l. 10s. or portion of tithes in Radwynter, which the said abbot and convent used to pay to the priory and convent of Holy Trinity, commonly called Christ's Church, London, now dissolved for the said manor, &c. To hold the premises in as full manner as Nicholas Hancock, the late prior, at 56s. 4d. rent.
This grant is in exchange for the manor of Gladfenne and rectory of Matchyng, and an annual rent issuing from the manor of Bradwell, near Coggeshall, and a certain portion of tithes or annual rent of 20s. in Fobbyng, Essex, granted to the King by the said Richard by his charter dated 13 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Westm., 31 July 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 2, m. 48.
70. Ric. Codyngton and Eliz. his wife. Grant in fee (in exchange for the manor of Codyngton, Surrey, granted to the Crown by the said Richard by charter, 20 July 30 Hen. VIII.) of the house and site of the dissolved priory of Ixworthe, Suff., the church, steeple, and churchyard thereof; the manor and rectory of Ixworthe with lands, &c., in Ixworthe, Bardwell Thorpe alias Ixworthe Thorpe, Pakenham, Thurston and Stanton Suff., and all other lands, &c., in Ixworthe, Weston, Bardewell, Hopton, Thelnetam, Cunston, Knotteshale, Hyndeclaye, Rykynghale, Watlesfeld, Stanton Barton, Gaysley, Kentford, Colyng, Thorpe, Morellys, Langham, Westhorpe, Wyverston, Newmarket, Emswell, Stowlangtofte Pakenham, Thurston, and Lyvermere, belonging to the said late priory, in as full manner as Wm. Blome, or any other late prior thereof, held the same (except the manor of Norton, Suff., and all lands, &c., held to be parcel thereof within the last 20 years, and all lands, &c., in Upwell and Thyrlyng). Clear annual value, 83l. 9s.: rent of 8l. 7s.
Also grant, as above, of the reversions and rents reserved upon the following leases, viz.:—(1.) By the Crown, 10 June 29 Hen. VIII.,.to Wm. Page, of Walsham, Suff., husbandman, of the manor and the rectory of the parish church of Walsham, with lands called Esthouselondes, in Walsham, which belonged to Ixworthe; for 21 years, 19l. 4s. 7d. rent. (2.) By the Crown, 20 June 29 Hen. VIII., to Thos. Mildemaye, one of the auditors of the Court of Augmentations, of the rectories of Badwell and Asshefeld, Suff., which belonged to Ixworth; for 21 years, at 15l. 5s. 11d. rent. (3.) By John Gervis, the late prior, and the convent of Ixworthe to John Davie of Asshefeld, 10 Nov. 25 Hen. VIII., of the site and certain lands (specified) of the manor of Shakerlond Hall, Suff.; for seven years, at 6l. rent. (4.) By the Crown, 15 March 28 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Rokewoode, one of the serjeants-at-arms, of the manor of Downeham, Suff., which belonged to Ixworth, certain lands there, then in the tenure of Wm. Crowne, the rectory, &c., of the parish church of Downeham, Suff., and a pasture called Typcotes in Badwell; for 21 years, at 26l. 13s. 9d. rent. (5.) By the Crown, 20 March 28 Hen. VIII., to John Hyll, of Berdwell, Suff., yeoman, of the grange or farm of Sapeston, Suff.; for 21 years, at 53s. 4d. rent. (6.) Another similar lease to the same on the same day of the rectory of Sapeston; rent 6l. 4s. 2d. (7.) By the Crown, 20 March 28 Hen. VIII., to Ric. Turnour, of Thorpe, Suff., yeoman, of the grange or farm of Thorpe, with certain lands there, late in the tenure of John Hawe, and of Thos. Gilbert and John Worlyngton, and the rectory of the parish church of Thorpe, all which belonged to Ixworth; for 21 years; at 72s. 6d. rent.
Also grant, as above, of the manors of Sapeston, Walsham, Downeham, Hunterston alias Hunston, Thorpe alias Ixworthe Thorpe, Shakerland, Parva Asshefeld, and Magna Asshefeld alias Badwell, Suff., the rectories and vicarages of Sapeston, Walsham, Downeham, Hunterston alias Hunston, Thorpe alias Ixworthe Thorpe, Parva Asshefield, Magna Asshefeld alias Badwell, Suff., and Melton Parva, Norf., pensions and portions of tithes issuing from the rectory or church of Berdwell, Suff., and the churches or vicarages of Langham, Suff., and Melton, Norf., and all other lands, &c., in Sapeston, Walsham, Downeham, Hunterston alias Hunston, Thorpe alias Ixworthe Thorpe, Parva Asshefelde, and Magna Asshefeld alias Badwell, Suff., Melton, Norf., and in the city of Norwich, which belonged to the said late monastery; in as full manner as the said Wm. Blome, late prior, held the same (except the said manor of Norton as above). Clear annual value of premises 69l. 19s. 3 ½d., rent 54l. by way of tenth.
Also grant, as above, of two fairs at Ixworthe, and other liberties in the premises. Del. Westm., 31 July—S.B. Pat. 30 Hen. VIII. p. 3, m. 21.
71. Thos. Leigh, LL.D. Grant in fee of the house and site, and certain lands (specified) of the late abbey of Calder, Cumb., with a right of common on Cowpland felles and the fishery called Monkegarth on the sea sands near Kavynglasse, Cumb., in as full manner as Ric. Ponsonby, the late abbot, held them. Clear annual value 13l. 10s. 4d., rent 27s. 1d. Del. Terlyng, 31 July (enrolled Westm. 26 July) 30 Hen. VIII.—S.B. Pat. p. 6, m. 20.
72. Dan Chris. Norreys, elk., Presentation to the parish church and rectory of Terrant Gonvile, Dors., Salisbury dioc., Oking, 20 July 30 Hen. VIII. Del. Tarling, 31 July.—P.S. Pal. p. 3, m. 10.
1520. Books of the Court of Augmentations.
R. O.Enrolments of Grants by the Crown in the Augmentations, in 28 Hen. VIII.
A.D. 1536–7 (28 Hen. VIII.)
i. Appointments to offices in the Court of Augmentations, established by the Parliament of 21–27 Hen. VIII.
Augm. Book, 232, f. 1b.Ric. Riche, solicitor general. To be chancellor of the Court, with 200l. fee, 24 April 28 Hen. VIII. (fn. 5)
Thos. Pope, esquire of the Body. Treasurer, with 120l. 24 April.
2.John Onley. Attorney, 40l. 24 April.
Robt. Southwell. Solicitor, 20l. 24 April.
2b.Ric. Duke. Clerk of the Council, 10l., and profits as enjoyed by the clerk to the council of the Duchy of Lancaster. 24 April.
2b—7b.Ric. Southwell, Wm. Blythman, Fras. Jobson, Edw. Watour, John Scudeamor, Wm. Stumpe, John Freman, (fn. 6) Ric. Toulet, Leonard Bekwith, John Morrys, Wm. Bolles, Thos. Spylman, John Danaster, Wm. Lee, Sir Thos. Arundell, Geo. Gifford, Wm. Grene. Several appointments as the seventeen particular receivers, with 20l. each and profits. 24 April.
8.Geoff. Chamber, gentleman usher of the Chamber. Surveyor and receiver general of purchased lands, with 20l. fee. 12 May.
8b.—11b.Wm. Berners, Thos. Combez, John Wiseman, Robt. Burgoyn, Wm. Tumour, Hugh Fuller, Wm. Cavendisshe, Thos. Myldemaye, Jas. Rokesby, Edw. Gostewyke. Several appointments as the ten auditors of the court, with 20l. fee and profits. 24 April.
12.John Assheton. Auditor of purchased lands, with 20l. and profits. 29 April.
Thos. duke of Norfolk, earl Marshal. Chief steward of the lands of monasteries suppressed on this side Trent, with 100l. fee. 26 May.
13.Ric. Long, esquire of the Body. Keeper of the mansion, &c., late of Charles duke of Suffolk, in Southwark, and of Bermondsey Abbey, and the parishes of St. Margaret and St. George, Surr., and in Parrysgarden. 29 May.
Robt. earl of Sussex. Chief steward of the honour of Beaulieu, keeper of the park of Beaulieu within Newhall lordship, Essex, master of the hunt within the honour, keeper of the palace of Beaulieu alias Newhall, and bailiff of the manors of Beaulieu alias Newhall, Boreham, Walkefarhall, and Powers; vice Sir George Boleyn lord Rochford, attainted. Undated.
14.Edm. Horseley. Keeper of the warren of coneys in Boreham in the honour of Beaulieu Undated.
15.Wm. lord Sandys and Thos. Wriothesley. Offices (in survivorship) of constable and door ward of Donyngton Castle, Berks., steward, receiver, bailiff and woodward of Donyngton manor, keeper, paler and master of the hunt of Donyngton park, with the herbage and pannage and with stated fees in each office, and masters or wardens of the almshouse in Donyngton; with profits as enioyed by Walter Walshe or Edw. Fetupace. Undated.
15b.Hugh Starkye, gentleman usher, and Sir Piers Dutton. Stewardship of Tattenhall and Newhall manors, Chesh. Undated.
16.Ric. Hassall. Stewardship of Rede Castle, Salop. Undated.
Jas. Johnson. Usher ot the Court ot Augmentations, witn 2d. a day. 10 July.
16b.Edm. Asshefeld. Keeper of the manor and park of Ewelme, Oxon. 9 June.
Gregory Lovell. Keeper of Hanworth manor, Midd. 10 Feb.
47.Roger Hatcheman, King's servant. Bailiff of the lands late of Dorchester mon., and keeper of the woods which belonged to Dorchester, Goryng and Rewley in co. Oxon. —— 28 Hen. VIII.
Walt. Skynner. Messenger of the Court of Augmentations, with 4d. a day. 2 July.
Hen. Huttofte, King's servant. Keeper and bailiff of Wade manor, Hants. 8 Nov.
58.Sir Ant. Browne. Keeper of the mansion called Le Nete, near Westminster, and bailiff of the manors of Nete, Ebury, and Hyde, Midd. —— 28 Hen. VIII.
60.Ralph Chaveney, a sewer of the Chamber. To be bailiff of the lands of Kirkby Bellers priory, Leic. 20 Feb.
Augm. Book, 232, f. 8.ii. Life grants of lands and annuities in 28 Hen. VIII. [Former owners are named in italics.]
Sir Thos. Arundell, 30l. annuity. 24 April.
Jane Seymour. 100 mks. annuity, 24 April.
12b.Jane queen of England ("in consideration of the true and undoubted marriage between us and her solemnised"). Manors of Suffolkys Place in Southwark, Surr. Fyllollyshall, Coggeshall, and Jenkyn Maldon alias Hasilleigh, Essex, and Weston-juxta-Baldok Herts. Undated.
14.Thos. Yodson, King's chaplain, late prior of Marten, Yorks. Rectories of Sheriffhutton and Sutton, Yorks. Marten. Undated.
14b.Roger Poten, King's chaplain, late prior of Elsingspittle, London. Rectories of Alderman bury, London, and Stansted Thele, Herts. Elsingspittle. Undated.
15.Sir Thos. lord Burghe. Louth Park abbey, Line. Undated.
44.Thos. Grey, King's servant. 10l. annuity out of Langley priory, Leic.
Ric. Long, King's servant. Lands in Greenwich, the "Queen's lands" in East Greenwich, West Greenwich, Dexforde (sic), Levesham, Kedbroke, Charleton, Wolwyche, Beknam, and Chesselhest, Kent, forfeited by Hen. Norres, and Old Court manor in Greenwich. Undated.
44b.Thos. Thompson, King's servant. Kyrby Bellers priory, Leic. 1 March.
45.Sir Osburn Ichyngham. Manor of Netherhall in Hyklyng, Norf. Redelyngfeld. Undated.
Thos. earl of Wiltshire. Lands and rent reserved in a lease 20 Feb. 28 Hen. VIII. to Robt Southwell, or Bromeholme priory, &c. Undated.
46.Thos. Myller, Lancaster Herald. Torkesey priory, Linc. Undated.
46b.Dennis Toppes, King's servant. Baldon rectory, Oxon. Dorchester. —— 28 Hen. VIII.
47b.John Berney, sewer of the Chamber. 10l. annuity out of Lodne and Carleton manors, Norf. 21 Dec.
60b.Chr. Assheton, a gentleman usher of the Chamber. The lands (for 30 years after her death) which he now holds in right of his wife Katharine, late wife of James Strangwaies, dec., i.e., the manors of Filbertis alias Philbertis, Long Wittenham, Fiffehide alias Fiffeld and Eyton alias Etton, Berks., as granted to the said James and Katharine by patent 13 Feb. 3 Hen. VIII.; also the manors of Frilsham alias Fryleford and Garford, Berks., granted to the said Katharine by the name of Katharine Gorden, widow, in 9 Hen. VIII. 20 Jan.
iii. Pensions and grants to monks.
[Of these pensions most are to date "from the surrender of the monastery," but some are to date from specific terms, as "from Michaelmas last," or "from the feast of the Annunciation," &c., "next coming." Rectories or manors granted in Addition to the money pension have invariably been part of the possessions of the house; and, in case of men, pensions are to cease upon their recipients being advanced by the King to ecclesiastical promotions of equal value. In the following abstract the amounts and particulars of pensions are, for the sake of brevity, only given in the case of heads of houses. Dates, where not given, are the same as in preceding entries. The word "abbot" and "prior" or "prioress" are abbreviated "a." and "p."
Pensions in 28 Hen. VIII.
Augm. Book, 232, f. 17.Bremer, Hants. Wm. Fynche, p., 18l. 26 June 28 Hen. VIII.
Salley, Yorks. Thos. Bolton, a., 20l.
Quarr, Hants. Wm. Repon, a., 18l.
17b.St. Denis, Hants. Walt. May, p. Free chapel of St. Mary de Graciis beside Southampton, which belonged to St. Denis, and 20 mks. 28 June.
Tyltey, Essex. John Palmer, a., 16l. 29 June.
18.Mottesfount, Hants. Wm. Shepard, p., 20l.
Swafham Bulbek, Camb. Joan Spylman, p., 6l. 13s. 4d.
Ikelyngton, Camb. Joan Aeshwell, p., 8l.
18b.St. Leonard's, Stratford at Bow, Midd. Sibilla Kyrke, p., 151.
Kylbourne, Midd. Anne Browne, p., 10l.
Colne, Essex. Robt. Abell, p., 20l. 2 July.
19.Lyghes, Essex. Thos. Ellys, p., 16l.
Donemowe, Essex. Geoff. Shether, p., 20l.
Nocton Park, Linc. Thos. Hornell, p., 10 mks.
19b.Bradsall Park, Derb. Wm. Pendilton, p., 5 mks.
Rufford, Notts. Thos. Dancastre, a. In lieu of 25l.; Rotherham rectory, Yorks.
20.Stoneley, Hunts. Edm. Bonde, p., 10l.
Clementhorpe, York. Isabel Warde, p., 10mks.
Osoldeston, Leic. John Slanston, a., 18l.
20b.Kyrkeby Bellers, Leic. Wm. Kyrby, p., 17l.
Medmynham, Bucks. Ric. Brangwen, a., 10 mks.
St. Margaret's, Ivyngho, Bucks. Margery Hardwyke, p., 4l.
21.Anglesey, Camb. John Bonar, p., 20l.
Frethylstok, Devon. John Sturgeon, p., 20 mks.
Sawtrey, Hunts. Wm. Angell, a., 20l.
21b.Farelegh, Wilts. Lewis Breknok, p., 24l.
Stanford, Ntht. Isabel Savage, p., 8l.
Canons Ashby, Ntht. Ric. Colles, p., 17l.
22.Tanrege, Surr. John Lyngfeld, p., 14l.
Lavenden, Bucks. Wm. Gales, a., 12l.
22b.St. Nicholas', Exeter. Wm. Columpton, p., 20l.
Garradon, Leic. Thos. Syeston, a., 30l.
Eston, Wilts. Hen. Bryan, p., 10 mks.
23.Pryttelwell, Essex. Thos. Norwyche, p., 20l.
Berden, Essex. John Wakkeley, p., 100s.
23b.Broke, Rutl. Roger Harwell, p., 10l.
Hatfeld Brodoke, Essex. Ric. Stonden, p., 16l.
24.Blythe, Notts. Geo. Dalton, p,, 20 mks.
Kynton, Wilts. MaryDenys, p., 100s.
24b.Chepstowe, Monm. Roger Shrewesbury, p. In lieu of 6l.; Chepstowe rectory.
25.Markeby, Linc. John Wattys alias Penketh, p. In lieu of 20l.; Hotoft rectory, Linc.
Lanterna, S. Wales. Jasper ap Roger, a., 15l.
25b.Morgan, S. Wales. Lewis Thomas, a., 20l.
Goykewell, Linc. Anne Castelford, p., 4l.
26.Usk, S. Wales. Eleanor Williams, p., 9l.
Thorneholme, Linc. Geo. Clayton alias Rotherham, p., 20l.
Burne, Linc. John Small, a., 24l.
26b.Newsom, Linc. Thos. Doncastre alias Harpam, a., 20l.
Bradley, Leic. John Owndell, p., 4l.
Vawdy, Linc. Wm. Stele, a., 20l.
27.Newboo, Linc. Ric. Carre, a., 12l.
Swyneshed, Linc. John Addyngham, a., 24l.
27b.Burgavenny, S. Wales. Wm. Marley, p., 9l.
Tupholme, Linc, John Akaster, a., 18l.
Wello, Linc. Robt. Whitgyfte, a., 16l.
28.Louth Park, Linc. Geo. Walker, a., 40mks..
Breknok, S. Wales. Robt. Holden, p., 16l.
28b.Stanley, Wilts. Thos. Calne, a., 24l.
Fyncehed, Ntht. Thos. Lufnam, p., 10 mks.
Rygate, Surr. John Lymden, p., 10l.
29.Synnyngthwayt, York. Kath. Forster, p., 10 mks.
Clyve, Soms. Wm. Dowell, a., 40 mks.
Snelleshall, Bucks. Wm. Malteby, p., 5l.
29b.Byleigh, Essex. John Copsheyf, a., 18l.
Shelford, Notts. Robt. Dyxson, p., 16l.
30.St. Agatha's beside Richmond, Yorks. Robt. Bampton, a., 40 mks.
Brynkeborne Nthld. Wm. Hodchon, p., 11l.
30b.Mayden Bradley, Wilts. Ric. Jennyn, p., 24l.
Felley, Notts. Chr. Bolton, p. In lieu of 6l.; Adenborough rectory, Notts.
31.Layston, Suff. Geo. Carleton, a., 20l.
Ixworth, Suff. Wm. Blome, p., 20l.
Tyntern, S. Wales. Ric. Wiche, a., 23l.
31b.Langley, Norf. Robt. Walkyngton, a., 13l. 6s. 8d.
St Oswald's, Gloucester. Wm. Gyl ford, p., 15l.
32.Thremnall, Essex. Simon Sponer, p., 10l.
Dover, Kent. John Lambert, p., 20l.
32b.Little Malvern, Worc. John Bristowe, p., 11l. 13s. 4d.
Aye (Eye), Suff. Wm. Parker, p., 18l.
Arden, Yorks. Margaret Danby, p., 4l.
33.Warter, Yorks. Wm. Holme, p., 22l.
Drax, Yorks. Wm. Emson, p., 18l.
33b.Molsby, Yorks. Ph. Geyneson, p., 10 mks.
Feryby, Yorks. John Baldwyn, p., 10l.
Elsham, Linc. John Baxter, p., 10l.
34.Helough Park, York. Ric. Roundall, p., 18l.
Haltamprice, Yorks. Robt. Colynson, p. 20l.
Coverham, Yorks. Chr. Roxby alias Raper, 24l.
34b.Chacombe, Ntht. Hen. Austen, p., 14l.
Barstaple, Devon. Robt. Thorne, p., 15l.
Holy Trinity, York. Ric. Spyght p., 22l.
35.Pylton, Devon. John Rosse, p., 8l. 6s. 8d.
Wyntonye, Hants. Eliz. Martyn, p., 10l.
35b.Thetford, Norf. John Clerk, p., 10 mks.
Tywardreth, Cornw. Nich. Gyfte, p. 16l.
Worsprynge, Soms. Roger Turmynton, p., 12l.
36.Byrkenhed, Chesh. John Sharpe, p., 12l.
Flaxley, Glouc. Thos. Were, a., 15l.
Bromeholme, Norf. Wm. Lakenham, p., 20mks.
36b.Catesby, Ntht. Jocosa Byckeley, p., 20l. 3 July.
Barlyche, Soms. John Barwyke, p., 20 mks. 7 July.
Hurley, Berks. Wm. Suthwell, p., 16l. 8 July.
37.Chesthunt, Herts. Margery Hill, p., 100s.
Ankerwyke, Bucks. Magdalen Downes, 100s.
37b.Newsted, Linc. John Blaky tte, p., 15l. 20 Aug.
Hagneby, Linc. Edm. Tofte, a., 16l.
Greseley, Derb. John Okeley, p., 5l.
38.Newmynster, Nthld. Edw. Turry, a., 30l.
Rewley, Oxon. Nic. Austen, a., 22l. 20 Sept.
Goryng, Oxon. Margaret Uvedall, p., 10 mks. 10 Nov.
38b.Wroxton, Oxon. Thos. Smyth, p., 12l. 20 Nov.
Shepey, Kent. Alice Crane p., 14l.
39.St. Gregory without Canterbury. John Sympkyns, p., 20 mks.
Dorchester, Oxon. John Marche, a., 22l.
Cannyngton, Soms. Cecily Verney, p., 10 mks.
39b.Bruerne, Oxon. Ric. Kyng, a., 22l.
Pynley, Warw. Margery Wigston, p., 4l.
Thetford, Norf. Eliz. Hothe, p., 5l.
40.Henwood, Wanw. Joan Hygford, p., 3l. 6s. 8d. 3 Dec.
Brodeholme, Notts. Joan Aungewen, p., 7 mks. 12 Dec.
Bissiter, Oxon. Wm. Browne, p., 24l. 16 Jan.
40b.Redlyngfed, Suff. Grace Sampson, 20 mks. 20 Jan.
Wroxall, Warw. Anne Lytle, p., 7l. 10s.
Brewood, Salop. Margaret Stamford, p., 5l.
41.Bildowas, Salop. Steph. Grene, p., 16l.
Chyrbury, Salop. Roland Myddleton, p., 8l.
41b.Stoneley, Warw. Thos. Tutbury, p., 23l.
Dore, Heref. John Redbourne, a., 13l.
Studdeley, Warw. John Yardley, p., 15l.
42.St. Sepulchre's, Warw. Robt. Radford, p., 5l.
Whytston, Warw. Joan Burghill, p., 5l. 10s.
42b.Bucknam, Norf. John Milgate, p., 15l. 1 Feb.
Sewardesley, Ntbt. Eliz. Cambell, p., 5l.
Humberston, Linc. Robt. Conysbe, a., 5l.
43.Blakeborrough, Norf. Eliz. Dawny, p., 6l. 4 Feb.
Gracedieu, S. Wales. John Gryffyth, a., 4l.
Bushmead, Beds. Robt. Burre, p., 12l. 8 Feb.
43b.Margate, Beds. Joan Zouche, p., 20 mks. 10 Feb.
Tottenes, Devon. Thos. Richard, p., 15l. 14 Feb.
47b.Rosedale, Yorks. Mary Marshall, p., 6l. 10 Feb.
48.Mynchynbarowe, Soms. Kath. Bull, p., 100s. 14 Feb.
Ipswich, Suff. John Thetford alias Colyn, p., 15l. 20 Feb.
Waborne, Norf. Thos. Bullman, p., 4l.
48b.Woodbndge, Suff. Hen. Bassyngborne, p., 6l.
Cockesford Norf. John Adamson, p., 15l. 23 Feb.
Torkesey, Linc. John Colvyle, p., 5l. 26 Feb.
49.Blytheburgh, Suff. John Ryghton, p., 6l. 29 Feb.
Penteney, Norf. Robt. Codde, p., 24l. 4 March.
49b.St. Olave's Heryngflete, Suff. Wm. Daile, p., 10 mks. 8 March.
Michelham, Suss. Thos. Holberne, p., 20l.
St. Dogmael's, S. Wales. Wm. Here, s., 20 mks. 10 March.
50.Westwode, Worc. Jocosa Acton, p., 10l. 11 March.
Tortungton, Suss. Thos. Maye, p., 10l. 14 March.
Boxgrave, Suss. Thos. Mylys, p., 20l.
50b.Hextoldesham, Nthld. Edw. Jaye, p. In lieu of 30l.; prebend and rectory of Salton,in York Cathedral. 15 March
51.Shulbrede, Suss. Geo, Wallden, p., 10l. 17 March.
Valecross, N. Wales. John Heron, a., 23l.
Carmarden, S. Wales. Griffin Williams, p., 40 mks. 29 March.
51b.Legborne, Linc. Joan Myssenden, p., 7l.
Fowlston, Kent. Thos. Barrett, p., 10l. (from Michaelmas last). 20 March.
52.Pulla, S. Wales. Wm. Wattes, p., 10l.
Haverford West, S. Wales. John Bathowe, p., 14l.
Staynefelde, Linc. Eliz. Bursbye, p., 18l.
52b.Heddyngham, Essex. Mary Baynbrygge, p., 100s. (from Annunciation last). Undated.
Maxstocke, Warw. Wm. Dycons, p., 20 mks.
Wombrydge, Salop. Wm Proude, p., 11l.
53.Clyfforde, Heref. Nic. Hughte, p., 7l. 10s.
Royston, Heref. (sic). Ric. Bretten, p., 16l. 13s. 4d.
53b.Hastings alias New Priory, Suss. Thos. Harmer, p., 6l.
Gresleye, Derb. John Okeleye, p., 6l.
Basingwark, St. Asaph's dioc. Nic. Pennaunte, a., 17l.
54.Comhyre, —— (blank) dioc. John Elyn, a., 8 mks.
St. Radegund's, Kent. Thos. Dale, p., 20 mks.
54b.Sopwell, Herf. (sic). Joan Pygotte, p., 6l.
Horton, Kent. Ric. Brysleye, p. 15l.
Harrolde, Beds. Eleanor Warren, p., 7l.
55.Kymer, Bangor dioc. Lewis ap Thomas, p., 10 mks.
Conway, St. Asaph's dioc. Ric. ap Roberte ap Ryce, a. In lieu of 20l.; rectories of Vaughe and Llanpatrike (from Annunciation last).
55b.Bylsyngton, Kent. John Moyse, p., 10l. (from Annunciation 27 Hen. VIII.).
Combewell, Kent. Thos. Vyncente, p., 10l.
56.Wymondesley, Herts. John Yate, p., 5l.
Calder, co. Richmond. Ric. Ponsonby, a., 12l.
St. Giles-in-the-Wood, Herts. Agnes Creke, p., 6l.
56b.Trentham, Staff. Thos. Bradewall, p., 16l.
Llanlere, St. David's dioc. Eliz. Banham, p., 4l.
Hikelynge, Norf. Robt. Botehull, p., 20 mks. (from Annunciation 27 Hen. VIII.).
57.Langdon, Kent. Wm. Dare, a., 7l. (from Annunciation last).
Campseye, Staff. Elea Buttre, p., 23l.
57b.Talleye, S. Wales. Retheric Jone, a., 24l.
Llanligan, St. Asaph's dioc. rose Lewys, p., 66s. 8d.
Nonnemonketon, Richmond archd. Joan Slyngesby, p., 13l. 6s. 8d.
58.Letheryngham, Suff. Wm. Basse, p., 5l.
iv. Leases granted in 28 Hen. VIII.
[In the following abstract the names of the former owners, where indicated, are given in italics, and dates and folios are omitted when identical with those of the preceding entry. The leases are mostly for 21 years. In the case of monasteries, manors, &c, the demesne lands and other particulars of the leases are, for brevity, omitted.]
Augm. Book 209, f. 1.To Sir Thos. Audeley, Chancellor. Manors of Terlyng and Lighes, Essex, and rectory of Terlyng. See of Norwich. 26 April 28 Hen. VIII. (fn. 7)
1b.Charles duke of Suffolk. Manors of Hoxne alias Hoxon, Southelmam, Bakton, Battesford, and Wykes, and hundred or Hoxne, Suff. See of Norwich. 26 May. (fn. 7)
2.John Haukyn. Manor of Powers, Essex. 20 June.
Edm. Elder. Manor of Boreham, Essex.
2b.Ric. Cholmondeley of Cholmondeley, Chesh. Manor of Newhall. 23 June. Earldom of Nthld. 23 June.
3.Guy Hooke. Manor of Oclegaunson, in Newent, Glouc. 28 June.
Thos. Frytton. Walkefare manor, Essex. 29 June.
3b.Sir Piers Dutton of Dutton, Chesh. Tattenhall manor, Chesh. 5 July.
Leonard Beckwith, of Styllyngflete, Yorks. Tithes of Drynghouses, Knapton, Bylbrughe, and in Standwith, oblations in St. Nicholas church, York, and a croft called Moscarre or Moscroft. Holy Trinity priory, York.
4.Edm. Horseley of Boreham, Essex. Tenement called Deyhouse in Boreham. 6 July.
The same. Pasture called Cokkeshalfeld in Boreham, parcel of Beaulieu honour.
4b.Wm. Cracherode of Toppesfeld, Essex. Boles farm in Boreham.
Sir Thos. Wharton of Wharton, Westmld. Site and demesne of Helaugh Park priory. 13 July.
5.The same. Rectory of Helough, York. Helaugh park
5b.Leonard Beckwith of Stillingfleet. Holy Trinity priory in York. 15 July.
The same. St. Nicholas' hospital in York.
6.Sir Wm. Fayrfax. Feryby priory in Hull. 20 July.
6b.The same, of Styton, in co. city of York. Rectory of North Feryby in Hull.
John Palmer. Lands called Bromhurst or Tortington Bromhurst in Lymster, Suss. Tortington. 7 Aug.
7.Ric. Crumwell. Hynchinbroko priory, Hunts.
Sir Thos. lord Cromwell, Privy Seal. Legborne priory, Linc. 7 Aug.
7b.Ric. Crumwell. Sawtrey monastery, Hunts.
8.John Hennege of Benyngworth, Linc. Rectories of Randby and Staynton, Linc. Tupholme.
The same. Grange called Towse in Ludforth, Linc. Markeby.
8b.Wm. Danby of Leke, Yorks. Lands in Kepwik, Yorks. Morton. 13 Aug.
Mary Willoughby, widow. Grenefeld priory, Linc. 16 Aug.
9.Wm. Smythwyke, of the Household. Rosedale priory, Yorks. 20 July.
9b.Sir Marm. Constable, sen. Drax priory, Yorks.
Sir Marm. (sic) Constable of Flamborough, Yorks. Nonne Monketon priory, Yorks. 19 Sept.
10.Hen. Seymer, of the Household. Marton priory, Yorks.
Thos. Welles, of the Household. Ardern priory, Yorks.
10b.Edw. Fetyplace of Donyngton, Berks. Worspryng priory, Soms. 4 Oct.
11.John Grenefeld, serjeant-at-arms. Tywardreth priory, Cornw. 6 Oct.
11b.Sir Wm. Uvedale. Barliche priory, Soms. 10 Oct.
Simon Adam of Stansted Abbot, Herts. Dyke meadows in Hundeston and Estwyke, Herts. 10 Nov.
12.Thos. Warde of Wyngfeld, Berks. Parcel of Holcombe manor or grange, Oxon. Dorchester.
John Lloyd ap David of Kydwelly, S. Wales. Rectory of Habernan and chapel of Conwell, S. Wales. Caermarthen.
12b.Ralph Worsley, of the Household. Rectory of Bediston, Chesh. Byrkynhed.
13.Fras. Cokkett and John Nodes, of the Household. Ruley monastery, Oxon.
Thos. Welden, of the Household. Rectory of Bisham, &c., Berks. Bisham.
14.Sir Reg. Carnaby. Hexham monastery, Nthld. 7 Oct.
14b.Roger Hacheman of Ewelme, Oxon. Two water-mills called Overey Mills, &c. 20 Oct.
15.Wm. Reynesford of Wroxton, Oxon. Wroxton priory, Oxon. 10 Nov.
15b.John Dorsett. Old Mede in Wraysbury field in Queen's Mead, Bucks. Ankerwyke. 20 Nov.
Ric. Warner. Rectory of Thorney, Notts. Brodeholme.
16.Ralph Worseley, of the Household. Byrkynhed priory, Chesh.
16b.Hen. Churche, of the Household. Gresley priory, Derb.
Edm. Pekham, of the Household. Lavenden monastery, Bucks, and Lavenden rector.
17.Edw. Skypwith of Heyburghe, Linc. Rectory of Heyburghe. Newsom. 2 Dec.
17b.Arth. Belfelde, of the Household. Rectory of Bawden, Chesh. Byrkett.
18.Thos. Edgar of London. Lands called Ewcottys in Hotoft, Linc. Markeby. 3 Dec.
Edw. Skipwith of Heyburghe. Heybur grange. Newsom.
18b.Ric. Duke. Pylton priory, Devon. 4 Dec.
19.Mich. Wood and John Scarlett. Thetford canons, Norf. 5 Dec.
19b.Lewis Blethen of Newport, Monm. Llangonwood rectory, Lland. dioc. Morgan. 11 Dec.
Robt. MAddy of London. Rectory of St. Andrew and All Saints, called Old Buckenham, Norf. Buckenham. 11 Dec.
20.John Verney, of the Household. Murseley alias St. Margaret's monastery, Bucks. 20 Dec.
20b.Hen. Kemes of Porteshed, Soms. Chapel and oblation or relic of St. Dervall. Lanternam, Lland. dioc. 21 Dec.
Ric. Pollard. Marynalegh manor and rectory, Devon. Barliche. 25 Dec.
21.Hen. Parker, mercer, of London. A grange in Dronsfeld, Derb., parcel of the rectory there, and pasture in Norton, Derb. Beauchief. 1 Jan.
21b.John Gates, of High Ester, Essex. Bylegh monastery, Essex, with the mill there and rectory of St. Peter in Maldon. 8 Jan.
22b.John Gyfforde, of Hillesdon, Bucks, serjeant at-arms. Lands in Doddesford and Westbury, Bucks. Catesby. 20 Jan.
23.Oswald Sye, goldsmith, of London. Kyrby Bellers rectory, Leic. Kyrby Sellers.
23b.Edw. Warner, of the Household. Felley priory, Notts.
Roger More. Burchester alias Bysseter monastery, Oxon. 8 Jan.
24b.Robt. Gryffyn of Helmeden, Ntht. Lands in Helmeden and Solgrave, Ntht. Canons Asshby. 20 Jan.
Ric. Mody. Churchestok chapel, Salop. Chirbury.
25.Roger Hacheman of Ewelme. Nettylbed and Overey rectories, Oxon. Dorchester.
25b.Sir Geo. Carewe. Frethilstok priory, Devon.
Nich. Adams. Reversion of lands called Colber Colfox in Boreham lordship, Essex, leased 17 Nov. 10 Hen. VIII. to John Tendryng. 28 Jan. (fn. 8)
26.Wm. Pagett, secretary to queen Jane. Reversion of a messuage called Caustons in Edelmeton, Midd., which Henry earl of Devon, 20 Jan. 1525, leased to Robt. Waleys for 19 years, and afterwards sold to the King. 1 Feb. (Authority for this not entered.)
27.Ric. Samond, of Annesley, Notts. Annesley rectory. Felley.
Hen. Webbe, John Fyppes and Nic. Browne. Lands in Paulerspery, Ntht. Chacombe. 8 Feb.
27b.Ant. Irby of Gosberkyrk, Linc. Quadryng rectory, Linc. Staynfeld. 10 Feb.
28.Thos. Lenthrop of Pyttescott, Bucks. Snelshall priory, Bucks.
28b.Robt. Riche, grocer, of London. Bourne rectory, Linc. Bourne. 12 Feb.
Ric. Cotton of Bedhampton, Hants. Bourne monastery, Linc.
29.Thos. Josselyn of Newhall Josselyn, Essex. Tithes in Bromesoend, Essex. Hatfeld Regis. 14 Feb.
Margaret marchioness of Dorset. Pasture called Greatchynbroke alias Stakechynbroke, and lands besides Suttyrydon, Kent, parcel of the manor of Lee.
29b.Hen. Parker, a gentleman usher of the Chamber. A coal mine in Swannyke, in Alfreton parish, Derb. Beauchief.
Roger Carell of Edgecote, Ntht. Hatton rectory, Warw. Wroxall 20 Feb.
30.Thos. Broke of London. Sewardesley priory, Ntht., with Estneston rectory.
30b.Robert Suthwell, solicitor of the Court of Augmentations. Bromeholme priory, Norf., with the manors of Bromeholme, Caswike, Bakton, Worsted, Wytton, North Walsham, Swaffeld and Knapton, Norf., and Carleton Colvyle and Burgh Castell, Suff., the rectories of Caswyke, Bakton, Dilham, Honyng, Paston, Wytton and Tuttyngton, Norf., the oblation at the holy cross within the said priory, pensions from the churches of Walcote, Redelington, Knapton, Berton (paid by St. Benet's Hulme mon.), Heydenham, Alderton, Broswell, and Dalinghoo, Norf., and Carleton Colvyle, Berdewell, Wrentham, and Horreham, Suff. 20 Feb. (fn. 8)
31b.Laur. Holland of Bealpere, Derb. Bradsall Park priory, Derb., with the moiety of Mogynton rectory. 26 Feb. (fn. 9)
32.Ant. Busterd. Clyve Abbey, Soms. 27 Feb.
The same. Clyve rectory, Soms., with St. Mary's chapel. Clyve Abbey.
32b.Sir Rice Manxell. Morgan mon, S. Wales. 29 Feb.
34.Ric. Breme, of the Household. Shewestoke rectory, Warw. Maxstok. 1 March.
Sir Edw. Wotton, Sir John Dannet and Ant. Cooke. Erdbury mon., Warw.
34b.Ric. Breme, of the Household. Maxstok rectory, Warw. Maxstok.
35.John Hykforde, of the Household. Henwoode priory, Warw., with certain of its lands. 2 March.
35b.Wm. Rolt, serjeant-at-arms. Buttesburye rectory, Essex. St. Leonard's, Stratford at Bow. 5 March.
36.Walt. Wadeland of Nedeham Market, Suff. Blitheborough priory, Suff. 6 March.
36b.Sir Ant. Browne of Byflete, Surr. Several plots of land in Westminster recently purchased of Sir Wm. Essex, Sir Hugh Vaughan, Wm. Genyns, Thos. Swallowe, John Laurens, Nic. Godyer, John Norreys and the abbot of Westminster. 7 March.
Ric. Freston of Mendham, Suff. Apleby rectory, Linc. Thorneholme.
37.The same. Scalbye restory, Linc. Thorneholme.
37b.Wm. Morant, of the Household. Arington rectory, Camb. Ikelyngton.
Wm. Manbye of London. Elsham rectory, Linc. Elsham.
38.Thos. Wymbysshe of Nocton, Linc. Nocton priory.
38b.Thos. Myldmaye, an auditor of the Court of Augmentations. Badwell and Asshefeld rectories, Suff. Ixworth.
John Pakyngton, justice of N. Wales. Westwoode priory, Worc., with the rectory there. 8 March.
39b.John Bradshawe of Ludlowe, Salop. St. Dogmael's abbey, St. David's dioc., with the manor of Fystynghard and rectories of St. Thomas in St. Dogmael's, Eglossero and Caldey and other possessions in various places named, except Rattre manor and the rectories of Mancloughog, Llandillo, and Llancolman, and chapel of Manoglogduy 10 March.
40.Sir Wm. Tyrwytt. Goykwell nunnery, Linc.
40b.Lady Jane Guldeford, widow. St. Mary Magdalen's priory beside Bristol.
Sir Humph, Wyngfeld and Sir Thos. Russhe. Holy Trinity priory in Ipswich, with lands specified, Suff.
41b.David ap Henry. Habgwyllye rectory with the chapels of Llanlawett and Llanpemsaynt. Carnarden (sic). 12 March.
42.John Stoner, serjeant-at-arms. Goryng priory, Oxon., with the rectory.
42b.Roger Radclyff, of the Household. Oulston mon., Leic, with rectory. 13 March.
43b.Sir Hugh Pawlett. Manors of Brompton Bury, Soms., and Morebath, Devon, and rectory of Morebath. Barliche.
Ric. Cecyll, of the Household. Stamford nunnery, Ntht., with St. Martin's rectory there.
44.John Mylle of Southampton. Quarr mon., in the Isle of Wight, with certain tithes of Arreton rectory.
45.Wm. Rokewoode, serjeant-at-arms. Manor and rectory of Downeham and lands in Badwell, Suff. Ixworth. 15 March.
45b.John Shether. Ikelyngton priory, Camb. 16 March.
46.The same. Ikelyngton rectory, Camb. Ikelyngton. (Surrendered 1 March 33 Hen. VIII.)
Wm. Bollys of London. Tithes in Holmesfeld lordship, Derb. Beauchief. 19 March.
46b.Thos. Brokkette of Kyrkeby, Notts. Lands in Kyrkeby and Ashefeld, Notts. Felley.
Giles Churchehyll. Lands in Coppydhall park, Essex, purchased from the abbot of Waltham Holy Cross.
47.The same. Other lands there purchased from Thos. Robertys.
47b.Edw. Forsette of Byllesby, Linc. Byllesby rectory. Markeby.
Thos. Longforth of Sutton, Notts. Lands in Teversall, Notts. Felley.
48.John Scott of Westminster. A tenement beside le Tymber Yard near Westminster Palace. 20 March.
Thos. Chaundeler of Oldeswell, Glouc. Salperton rectory. Studley.
48b.John Canon, citizen and-–––(blank) of London. Carleton rectory, Line. Marheby. JohnHill of Berdewell, Suff. Sapeston rectory, Suff. Ixworth.
49.The same. Sapeston gran1ge. Ixworth.
49bJohn ap Rice of London, and Griffin Tucker of Caermarthen, S. Wales. Rectory of St. Michael of Orath. Caermarthen.
John Drewe of Bristol. Mynchinbarowe priory, Soms.
50.John Knyght of Newbery, Berks. Two water-mills in Donyngton, Berks.
50bJohn Awynger, of the Household. Fording chapel, Salop. Chirbury.
51.Ric. Breme, of the Household. Maxstoke priory, Warw.
Wm. Bolles of London. Tithes and land in Totley, Derb. Beauchief.
51b.Roger Grenehalghe of Tevershall, Notts., and Thomas his son. Landfe in Tevershall and Tybbeshelf, Notts. Felley.
52.Edw. Hopton of Chirbury, Salop. Chirbury mon., Salop.
52b.John Onley, attorney of the Court of Augmentations. Tilhes in Over Cateaby and Halyden, and lands in Bodington, Ntht. Catesby.
53.Humph. Reynoldys of Coventry. Melborne grange, Warw., and other lands. Stoneley.
53b.Sir Chr. Willoughby. Campsey mon., Suff.
54.Jas. Joskyn of Blakeborough, Norf. Blakeborough priory.
54b.John Manyffe. Rattre manor, Devon, with tithes of the church. St. Dogmaevs.
55.Thos. Hennege, of the Household. Tupholme abbey, Line, with certain lands.
56b.Sir John Markeham. Rufford abbey, Notts
57.Wm. Bolles of London. Cotes tenement in Alfreton, Derb. Beauchief. 21 March. Thos. Vowell of Corneworthye, Devon. Corneworthy priory.
57b.Fras. Bedyngfeld of London. Hempton priory, Norf. 22 March. (Void because enrolled later in March 29 Hen. VIII., f 38.)
58.Wm. Snowball, of the Household. Chirbury rectory, Salop. Chirbury. 24 March
58b.Hen. Parker, of the Household. Beerden priory, Essex, with the rectory. 24 March.
59.Eliz. Restwold. Little Marlow priory, Bucks. 25 March.
60.Geo. Rowce of London. Rectories of Wikeham and of Pistre and Lowedam, Suff. Campsey. 26 March.
Chr. Ascue, of the Household. Humberston mon., Line.
60b.Thos. Holcrofte, of the Household. Moiety of Walleysy rectory, Chesh. Birkenhead.
61.John Wichehals of London. Tottenes rectory, Devon. Totnes.
61b.John Barnardiston of Cootys, Line. Rybye rectory, Line. Welloo. Robt. Tyrwytt. Staynefeld mon., Line., with rectories of Appley and Kinthorp.
62b.Thos. Hatcliff, of the Household. Welloo mon., Line., with manor of Holme and rectories of Clee and St. James' in Grymesby.
63.Sir Thomas lord Wentworth. Newsom mon., Line. 27 March.
63b.Oliver Leder of London. Stonley priory, Hunts., with Kymbalton rectory.
64.John Wiggeston, of the Household. Pynley priory, Warw., with lands specified in cos. Warw., Wore., Glouc., and Oxon.
65.Edw. Rogers, of the Household. Oanyngton priory, Soms., with rectories of Canyngton, Soms., and Wetherege, Devon, and the free chapel of Pedylwaldiston, Dors. 20 March.
65b.John Verney, of the Household. Moiety of Dyrryngton rectory, Lint;. Shelford. 1 March.
Wm. Hebyltbwayte, of St. Martin's in the Fields, Midd. Certain tenements (described) in Westminster, which the King bought of the bishop of Durham. 20 March.
66.John HarryngtOD. Valdey abbey, Line. 21 March.
66b.Ant. Dayle. Garthorpp rectory, Line. Kirbybellers.
John Foxley of Blakesley, Ntht. Tithes in Assheby, Ntht. Ayssheby Canons.
67.Thos. Grey of Laugley, Leic. Langley priory, Leic, with rectories of Parva Dalbye and Somerby, tithes in Dyseworth, and » pension out of Barowe church, and other lands. 1 Feb.
67b.Thos. Thorneton, grocer, of York. A tenement in York. Marlon. 1 Sept. 29 (fn. 10) Hen. VIII.
68.Thos. More, of the Household. Medmenham priory, Bucks. 10 May
68b.Simon Adam of Stansted, Herts. Estwyke Hall manor, and a parcel of demesne land of Hunesdon manor, Herts. 10 Nov.
John Palmer of Estfarley, Kent. Tynton manor, Kent. Horton priory. 7 Aug.
69.Thos. Tedstill of Tedstill. Note of surrender of a 41 years' lease to him, 12 Aug. 16 Hen. VII., by Bruwood priory, of lands in Tedstill, Salop. 20 March.
69b.John Jenyns, of the Household. Perton manor in Chursdon, Glouc, with Chursdon rectory and lands in Havenpen. St. Oswald's. 25 Sept.
70.Fras. Cokket and John Nodes, of the Household. Ruley mon., Oxon. 10 Nov.
70b.Robt. Seymour. Ederos, alias Ivechurche priory, Wilts. 26 March.
Ric. Freston of Mendhani, Suff. Thorneholme priory, Line. 6 March.
71.Chr. Lassellys of Brakenburgh, Yorks. Coverham mon., Yorks. 8 Oct.
71b.Wm. Maunsell of Huntyngton, Yorks. Clementhorpe priory, co. city of York. 13 July.
72.Giles, son of Giles Pulton, of Sebrough, Ntht. Dasebroughe rectory, Ntht. Rothewell. 20 June.
Robt. Freston of Warmefeld, Yorks. Tithes of Myrfeld rectory, Yorks. Kyrkleys. 7 July.
72b.Fras. Dawtrey. St. Denis' priory, beside Southampton. 20 June.
Chr. Lassellys of Brakenburghe. Priory or cell of Ovingeham, Nthld., with the rectory there. 4 Oct.
73.Geo. Carleton of London. Bottesham alias Bodesham rectory, Camb. Anglesey. 7 Aug.
A.D. 1537—8.
Augm. Book, 232, f. 58b.i. Appointments to offices in 29 Hen. VIII. (continued from pp. 572–3.)
John Carey, a groom of the Privy Chamber. To be keeper of the mansion and parks of Hunsdon, Herts, and bailiff of the honour there. 28 April 29 Hen. VIII.
59.Edm. Home, esquire for the Body. To be steward of the lordships of Hoke Norton, Kelyngton, Throppe, and Carsington, Oxon, vice Hen. Norres, dec. ——— 29 Hen. VIII.
59b.Ric. Long, esquire for the Body. To be steward of the manors of Lewesham, Sayscourte alias Westgrenewyche, Lee, Shrofold, and Bankers, Kent. 5 Sept.
60.Ric. Duke and Walter Farre. To be keepers of charters and evidences of religious houses suppressed. 26 Sept.
61.Wm. Cowper. To be general surveyor of woods of suppressed monasteries in Wales.
4 Nov. [Cancelled as surrendered 20 June 36 Hen. VIII. to be renewed to the said Wrn. and David Clayton alias Clutton.]
62.Thos. Suttell, King's servant. To be bailiff of Neweham manor, Nthld., vice Florence Foster. 12 Dec. 31 (sic) Hen. VIII.
Thos. Suttell, King's servant. To be bailiff of Neweham manor, Nthld., vice Florence Foster. 17 April 29 Hen. VIII.
Roger Hacheman, King's servant. To be bailiff of the lands of Dorchester monastery, and of the woods of Dorchester, Rewley, and Goryng. 20 March,
ib., Part ii f. 1b.Wm. Gonson, esquire for the Body. To be keeper of Beaulieu park, Essex, and of the warren of coneys in Boreham, Essex, vice Edm. Horsley, dec. 2 Nov.
4.Robet. Southwell. Attorney of the Court of Augmentations , vice John onley dec, 16 Dec. walter hendle. Solicitor of the Cournt of Augmentations, vice Robet. Southwall, reSigned.
4b.Thomas lord Cromwell, Privy Seal. Steward of the lands beyond .Trent of Henry late earl of Northumberland. 8 Feb.
Ric. Stede, yeoman of the Guard. Bailiff of lands in Stone, Staff., which belonged to Stone priory. 1 March,
13b.Wm. Hastyngs, King's servant. Keeper of Gayewood house, Norf., and bailiff of the manor, and keeper of Stuardyshaule gaol within the borough of Lenne, Norf., and collector of the King's rents in Lenne. Bpric. of Norwich. 8 March.
Hugh ap Ryce ap David. Steward of the lands in Fulbroke, Grenefelde, and Halywell, and bailiff and woodward of the lands in Fulbroke, Grenefelde, Halywell, Whetford, and Penthlyng, N. Wales, and Wyrral, Westchester, and Northwiche, Chesh., which belonged to Basingwark abbey. 10 March.
Augm. Book 232, f. 59.ii. Life grants of lands and annuities in 29 Hen. VIII. (continued from pp. 573–4.)
John Parker, esquire of the Stable. Lanternam park and Penryse chapel, S. Wales. Lanternam. 26 June 29 Hen. VIII.
Ric. Browne, King's servant. 10l. annuity, in satisfaction of his claim in le Convent Garden in St.Margaret's parish Westm. 5 Sept.
59b.Wm. Lee, gentleman usher of the Chamber. 20l. annuity (out of the manors of Hardyngston, Barton, and Wolleston, Ntht.) granted to the Crown by the convent of Delapree, Ntht., in Easter term last. ——— 29 Hen. VIII.
Ib.y Part ii f. 1b.John Molton and John Russell, King's servants. 40 gallons of beer and 28 loaves weekly and 26s. 8d. yearly in money which the abbey of Westminster used to pay to the priory of Kylborne. 28 Oct.
2b.Nic. Sympson, King's servant. Two tenements in Honey Lane, London. Elsingspittle. 8 Dec.
4.John Lany, King's servant. Lands in the parish of St. Michael Bassinge Hawe, London, which belonged to Christchurch, London. 15 Jan.
6b.John Eyer. 35l. 6s. 8d. annuity out of the manors of Wikham, Gelhanx, Byinge, and Valance, Suff. Campsey. 27 Feb.
17.John Nash, page of the Chamber. Lands in the parishes of St. Mary Magdalen in Milkstreet and St. Michael in Woodstreet, London, which belonged to Tyltey mon. 17 April.
Augm. Book 232, n. f. 1iii. Pensions to Monks in 29 Hen. VIII. (continued from pp. 574–7.)
Stone, Staff. Wm. Smyth, p., 20l. 18 Oct. 29 Hen. VIII.
2.Norton, Chesh. Thos. Birkehed, a., 24l. 7 Nov.
Nunborneholme, Yorks. Eliz. Kalbourne, p., 5 mks. 20 Nov.
Furness,Lanc. EogerPyle, a. In lieu of 100 mks. ; Dalton rectory, in Furness. 29 Nov.
2b.St. Sepulchre's without Canterbury. Philippa John, p., 100s. 2 Dec.
3.Hempton, Norf. Hen. Salter, p., 4l. 13s. 4d. 10 Dec.
Hatfeld Peverell, Essex. Ric. Stevenege, p., 10l. 16 Dec.
4.Carowe, Norf. Eliz. Suffelde, p., 8l. 28 Oct.
4bWendlyng, Norf. Thos Ellyngton, a., 100s. 6 Feb.
5.Boxley, Kent. John Dobbes, a., 50l. 12 Feb.
Also several warrants for John Graver, Wm. Lorkyn, Geo. Squyer, John Rede, Geo, Donham, Amphiabel Mancorne, Alex Wymmeshurst, John Godfrey, John Pakk, 10 Feb.
7.Abingdon, Berks. Thos. Rowland, a., 200l. 28 Feb.
7–11.Also several warrants for Gabriel Clement, Robt. Bery, Wm. Perche, John Cristall John Marshall, Thos. Harryngton, Ric. Berall, Wm. Buckland, John Cornysshe, John Eton, Hen. Kyngeston, John Tewkesbury, Thos. Shaftysbroke, Thos. Radley, John Mylton, Geo. Bekery, John Russell, Ric. Pamphilion, Thos. Rowland, Thos. Freman, Ric. Evesham, Giles Sawley, Nic. Redyng and John Clyffe, monks there 23 Feb.
11–13.Warden, Beds. Several warrants for John Carrington, Wm. Carryngton, Thos. House, Wm. Lewes, John Barratt, John Clyfton, Thos. Byggilworde, John Wardon, Chr. Warden, Thos. Bedford, Thos. Warden, Ric. Baldocke, monks there. 1 March.
13b.Abingdon, Berks. Thos. Penthecost alias Rowland, a. Besides his pension; the mansion house of Comnor and pasture in Culnam, Berks. 6 March.
14.Kyngeswood, Wilts. Wm. Beawdley, a., 50l. 10 March.
14–16b.Also several warrants for John Stoneley, Nic. Acton, Thos. Lacoke, Edw. Ernyngham, Wm. Wotton, John Gethyn, (fn. 11) John Sodburye, Nic. Hampton, Wm. Hewghes, Thos. Redyng and John Westbury, monks there. 10 March.
17.Westacre, Norf. Wm. Wyngfeld, p., 40l. 19 March.
(fn. 12) St. Andrew's, Northampton. Fras. Abre, p. In lieu of 50l.; rectory of All Saints Northampton, and 20l. 22 April.
17b. (fn. 13) Also BeveTal warrants for Wm. Warde, John Harrolde and Wm. Sowker, monks there. 22 April.
iv. Leases granted in 29 Hen. VIII. (continued from pp. 577–82.)
Aug. Book, 209, f. 74.Wm. Stumpe, of Malmesbury, Wilts. Ewitt grauge in the vill of Kellyonyog, Conwey, St. Asaph's dioc. 27 April 29 Hen. VIII.
Thos. Tedstyll, of Tedstyll, Salop. and William, his son. Lands in Tedstyll. Brewoodpriory
74bJohn Barney of Barowe, Norf. Langley, Norf. 28 April.
75.John Cheyney of Pytcheleythorne, Bucks. Harrold rectory, Beds. Harrold.
John Pylston and John ap Richard, serjeants-at-arms. Conway mon., St. Asaph's dioc. with certain lands and the rectory of Eglosse Rosse. 10 May.
76.Sir John Seynt John. Busshemede priory, Beds.
Ric. Keys, of Folky stone, Kent. St.Radegund's mon., Kent.
77.Wm. Skevyngton, of Woverhampton, Staff. Brewood, White nuns, Salop.
Thos. Johnys, of Llangadok co. Carmarthen. Rectories of Penbryn and Llanegwedbaure.Talley, St. David's dioc.
77bEdw. Lloid, of the Household. St. Ismael's rectory hi Rose. Haver ford West, St. David's dioc.
John Denham. Llansadurne rectory with Llanvrda chapel. Talley, St. David's dioc.
78.Chr. Lytcott, of the Household. Tithes in Colsell, Bakley, Basyngwerke, Calcott and Halywell, and the offering in St. Winifred's chapel. Basyngwerke, St. Asaph's dioc.
78b.Ric. Starkye, of the Household. Priory of St. Ciriol alias Penmayne, N. Wales, with the rectories of Pentnayn and Llandona, the chapel of Penrosse and rectory of Bodwred.
79.Jas. Lecheof La HAdden, S. Wales. Rectories of Mancloughog, Llandillo and Llancolman. St. Dogmaels.
79bMorgan Johnes, of Llangodock, co. Carmarthen. Manawglogduye chapel. St. Dogmaels. 12 May.
John Corbett, jun. Rent of grain in Hardley, Norf. Langley. 14 May.
80.Hugh Starkye. Basyngwark mon., St. Asaph's dioc.
80bEdw. Lloid, of the Household. Rectory of New Castle and Rupa. Pulla, St. David's dioc.
Wm. Herbert, of the Household. Abergenny priory, Llandaff dioc, with the rectory there. 16 May.
81.John Broxholme. Dunston rectory, Line Nocton Park. 10 May.
82.Ric. Crumwell. Market of Royston, Herts., and a windwill near Royston. Royston. 16 May.
Hugh Manxell of Whytewell, co. Pembroke. Llambether rectory. Carmarthen priory, St. David's dioc. 17 May.
82b.John ap Ryce of London. Breknoke priory, St. David's dioc, with the rectory there.
83.Ralph Dodde, of the Household, and Thos. Jones, of London. Bardesey mon., St. David's dioc. with Abardarron rectory and Bryncrose chapel.
83b.Sir Wm. Thomas. Carmarthen priory, St. David's dioc, with rectory of Llanlluy and chapel of St. Michael of Rostorney. 20 May.
84.Randolph Jakson alias Chester Herald. Brodeholme prior Notts.
84b.Wm. Snede of Chester, and John Brereton of Bulenerese, Staff. Horton manor, Staff.
Edm. Knevett, of Bukkenham Castell, Norf. Bukkenham priory, Norf.
85.Wm. Babthorpe, of Osgodby, Yorks. Drax rectory, Yorks. Drax.
85b.Ric. Tate of Stokbury, Kent. Horton priory, Kent.
86.Robt Darkenall of Canterbury. St. Sepulchre's nunnery without the walls of Canterbury. 21 May.
86b.Edm. Gostwik of London. Llannygon rectory, S. Wales. Brecknock priory. 1 June.
87.Chr. Joye of London. Bykarton rectory in co. city of York. Synnyngthwaite. 10 June. John Scudamore of Wylton, Heref. Grain rent out of Mancylacy rectory, Heref. Acorn bury
87b.Hugh Bradwall of Trentham, Staff. Lands in Blorton, Staff. Trentham. Edw. lord Clynton. Folkestone priory, Kent.
88.Cuthb. Carnabye of Holton, Nthld. Brenkborne priory, Nthld.
88b.John Tregonwell, LL.D. Priory of St. Giles-in-the-Wood, Heref. (sic).
89.Ric. Fulmerston of Ipswich. Thetford nunnery, Norf. 12 July.
90.The same. Thetford Canons mon., Norf. 20 Aug.
90b.Leonard Bekwyth. Coverham rectory, Yorks. Coverham. 10 June.
91.Cuthb. Carnabye of Holton, Nthld. A water-mill in Brenkborne. Brenkborne. Randolph Bagnald, merchant tailor, of London. Lands in Hanchurche, Staff. Trentham.
91b.John Scudamore of Wylton. Dore mon., Heref.
92.Thos. Curties, pewterer, of London. Tithes in the lordship of Glatton and Holme, Hunts. Bourne 14 June.
92b.Hen Tappe of London. Arthey manor. Comvey, St. Asaph's dioc. Thos. Sammes, of Totnam Magna, Essex. Lands in Tollesburye, Essex Byleigh. 15 June.
93.Thos. Tholmewode. Thyrlby rectory, Line. Stamford nunnery. David Broke. Coddenhyll close, Glouc. 16 June.
93b.Sir Henry lord Matravers. Tortyngton priory, Suss.
94b.Hugh Ascue, of the Household. Seton priory, Cunib., with Irton rectory.
95.Thos. Bukworth, serjeant-at-arms. Marham mon., Norf.
95b.Robt. Darkenall, of the Household. Water-mill in Charleton, Kent. Dover priory. 20 June.
Robt. Sturgis. Manor of Tottyngton and Stanford and rectory of Tottyngton, Norf. Campesey priory, Suff.
96.Robt. Owen, of the Household. Walgrange, Staff. Trentham.
96b.Wm. Laurence of London. Rectory of St. Margaret and chapel of Caldewell, in Ipswich. Holy Trinity, Ipswich.
Thos. Rydley of London. Water-mill called Hethmill in Trentham, Staff. Trentham.
97.John Bouthe of London. Seightford rectory and Routon chapel, Staff. Routon.
97b.Nich. Hare. Wytelyngham rectory, Norf. St. Olave's in Heryngflete. Sir Fras. Brian. Canons Aysheby priory, Ntht, with the rectory there.
98.Robt. Long of Draycott, Wilts. Kyngton priory, Wilts.
98b.John Bernard of London. Llanercroyse rectory. Talley, St. David's dioc. 29 June. Cuthb. Carnabye of Halton. A water-mill beside Brenkebourn monastery, Nthld. Brenkbourn. 10 June.
100.Edm. Conysbie, of the Household. Lands in Trentham, Staff. Trentham. 20 June. Martin Reddell of Coventry. Hempsted Magna rectory, Devon. Studley, Warm.
100b.Robt. Acton. Coderyche rectory, Wore. Westwood. Thos. Bulkar of Donyngtou, Salop, and Margaret his wife. Tenement in Donyngton Brewood.
101.Sir Thos. West lord Lawarre. Boxgrave priory, Suss., with the rectory there.
101b.Thos. Grenehalgh. Tithes of Tybshull rectory, Derb. Brewood. John Barwyke, of the Household. Rosedale priory, Yorks., which was leased, 20 July 28 Hen. VIII., to Wm. Sraythwyk, transferred to Sir John Bowraer and by him forfeited.
103.The same. Lands in Rosedale, Yorks., similarly leased to Smythwyk. Rosedale.
103b.Robt. Long of Draycott. Kyngton rectory, Wilts. Kyngton.
104.John Harry ap Rotheroth of Kydwelly, S. Wales. Llanllere abbey, St. David's dioc, with the manor and mill there and the rectory of Kenrache.
104b.Wm. Rolt, serjeant-at-arms. Manors of Chygwell and Westhatche, Essex. Wm. Savage. Lands in Claynes, Wore. Whitston. 26 June.
105.Thos. Kevytt of Coventry. Yardeley rectory, Wore. Maxstoke. 27 June. Marni. Wyvell of Little Burton, Yorks., Sedbergh rectory, Yorks. Coverham.
105b.Geo. Cotton. Bridworth rectory with the chapels of Wytton and Pever, Chesh. Norton. 28 June.
Sir John Porte, justice. Sutton rectory and a pension out of Dalbury church, Derby. Trentham.
106.Sir Geo. West. New priory beside Hastings, Suss. 1 July.
106b,Ric. Suthwell, Horsham St. Faith's priory, Norf., with rectories of Horsham and Tybbenham.
107.Sir Edw. Wotton, Sir John Dannet; and Ant. Coke. Magna Dorsett rectory, Warw. Erdbury.
Anne countess of Oxford. Manor of Nosterfeld alias Priors in Nosterfeld, Camb. Hatfield Regis.
107b.Edm. Knightley, serjeant-at-law. Chacombe rectory, Ntht. Chacombe.
108Wm. lord Howard. Chacombe priory, Ntht.
108b.Wm. Fitzwilliam of London. Lands in Aston, Chesh. Norton. 4 July.
Sir Wm. Pykeryng, mon. of Valle Crucis, St. Asaph's dioc, with rectories of Wrexham (and tithes in Kesolen), Ruabon, Llangollen and Chirk and chapels of Llansanfrad, Llaneisilio and Brynglust. 5 July.
109b.John Wogan. Pulla priory, St. David's dioc, with Staynton rectory.
110bRic. Waraecombe of Hereford. A grain rent of Bruggesolers rectory. Acornbury.
Ric. Daulton of London. Chapels of Tydwallyok and Nantgondy. Bardesey, Banyor dioc.
John Gresham, son and heir apparent of Ric. Gresham, mercer, of London. Wabourne priory, Norf., with the rectories of Wabourne and Estbekham.
111.Morgan Wolf, goldsmith, of London. Chepstowe priory, Llandaff dioc, with certain pensions and tithes.
111b.Gervase Clyston. Blythe mon., Notts. With the rectory. 10 July.
112.Chr. Joye of London. Grain rents in Losthouse hill, Yorks. Synnyngthwaite.
112b.Adam Onley. Moiety of Uppyngton rectory, Salop. Wombryge.
Edw. Warner, of the Household. Tithes in Wymmeswold, Leic. Beauchief. 11 July.
113.Wm. Fitzwilliam of London. Lands in Ashton and Middelaston, Ches. Norton. 13 July. John Vaughan, LL.D. Gracedieu mon., Llandaff dioc. 20 July.
113b.John Stoo, of the Household. Elsham mon., Line. 12 July.
114.Ric. Wharton. Flyxton mon., Suff., with the rectory there. 10 July.
115.Hen. Jones, of the Household. Haverford West priory, St. David's dioc., with rectories of Llanwyno and Llamerstone. 10 May.
115b.Ric. Dauncy, of the Household. Talley mon., St. David's dioc, with rectories of Talley and Llandillo Vaure.
116.Margery Horseman. Newboo mon., Line. 1 Jan. 28 (fn. 14) Hen. VIII.
116b.Chr. Dysmas of Fyfeld, Wilts. Tithes in Wyntefeld and Staverton. Farleigh. Undated.
117Thos. Myldmaye. Rectories of Bradwell and Ashefeld, Suff., Yxsworth. Undated and cancelled.
Wm. Page of Walsham, Suff. Walsham manor and rectory, &c. Yxworth. 10 June.
117b.Leonard Worseley of Kyngton, Warw. Lands in Radway and Loxley, Warw. Stoneley 13 July.
118.Robt. Trygges. Mondham rectory, Suss. Boxgrave. 1 July.
John Cecyll, of the Household. Acornebury mon., Heref., with the chapel there. 3 Sept.
118b.Ant. Seyntleger of Ulcombe, Kent. Bylsyngton priory, Kent. Undated.
119.Jas. Nedeham. Wymondley mon., Herts., with the rectory there. 10 Dec.
119b.Wm. Whytacre of Hanchurche, Staff., hatmaker. A tenement in Hanchurche. Trentham. 10 June.
Sir Thos. Arundell. Brodeclyfte rectory. Totness, Devon. 20 June.
120.Walt. Hendle, solicitor of the Augmentations. Lauds in Byllsyngton, Kent. Boxley. 8 Feb.
Ph. Hoby. Stretley mill, Berks. Goryng. 20 Jan.
120b.Sir Wm. Sedney. Pasture upon Myton Carre beside Kingston upon Hull. Northferyby. 1 Jan.
Walt. Skynner, messenger to the Court of Augmentations. Rectories of Brompton, Wynsford, Upton and Byttescombe, Soms. Barlyche. 10 March.
121.Thos. Sutton. Kingsmead priory beside Derby. 20 June.
Mich. Stanhoppe, of the Household. Shelford rectory with Newton chapel and Saxendale rectory, Notts., and a moiety of Westburgh rectory, Line. Shelford. 20 Dec.
121b Augm. Book, 210, f.1.John Fyndren. Tithes of Cotton rectory, Warw. Arburye. 10 March.
Humph. Browne, King's serjeant-at-law. Manyden rectory, Essex. Hatfield Regis. 10 Oct.
1b.Thos. Kenryke of Blorton, Staff. Lands in Blorton. Trentham. 12 Oct. Thos. Colyer of Cokenage, Staff. Lands in Cokenage. Trentham. 14 Oct.
2.Wm. Colyer of Hanchurche, Staff. Lands in Hanchurche. Trentham. 16 Oct. Wm. Ashebery and Ric. Gudwyn of Hanchurche. Ditto. 20 Oct.
2b.David Marty n of London. Cornworthy rectory, Devon. Cornworthy.
3.John Burnell and Robt. Gardener. Tithes of Qrswyk rectory, Lane. Furncss. Robt. Bagnald of Berleston, Staff. Lands in Bloreton, Staff. Trenthaw. Wm. Pykeryng. Lands in Flyxborrough., Line. Louih Park.
3b.Ric. Austen of Hanchurche, Staff. Lands in Hanchurche. Trentham. John Hollyns of Mosley, Staff. Lands in Dillorne, Staff. Routon.
4.SirNich. Strelley of Strelley, Notts. Norton rectory, Derb. Beauchief. John and Simon Scoley. Byngley rectory, Yorks. Drax.
4b.Wm. Parker. Norton abbey, Chesh. 28 Oct.
5.Thos. Myldemay. Lands in Ashfield and Badwell, Suff. Ixworth. 4 Oct. The same. Shakerlond Hall manor, Suff. Ixworth.
5b.Humph. Hall of Budworth, Chesh. Lands in Budwortb. Norton. 15 Nov.
6.Wm. Sandes and John Sawrey. Three iron smithies in Furness Fells. Furness. Wm. Sandes. Farms called Watsyde Park and Lawson Park and a fishery at Hawkeshed in Furness Fells. Furness.
6bNic. Sympson. Lands in Dalton, Lane. Furness.
7.Wm. Abbott, of the Household. Wombridge priory, Salop, with certain coal mines and tithes. 17 Nov.
8.John Aylyf, King's surgeon. A fishery called Beamond Fysshyng beside Lancaster. Furness.
Ric. Coke of Wroxall, Warw. Wroxall priory. 20 Nov.
8b.Robt. Janyns. Lands in Norton, Chesh. Norton.
9.Reg. Whiteacres, of the Household. Lands in Chaldon and Newcastle. Trentham.
9b.Ric. Trentham, of the Household. Trentham priory, Staff., with the rectory there. 21 Nov.
10.Ric. Corbett, of the Household. Stone rectory, Staff. Stone. Ric. Morgan and John Ascue. Four water-mills in Dalton, Lane. Furness. 23 Nov.
10b.Geo. Hoggeson. Herbage and pannage of Lekynfeld park, Yorks. Earldom of North umberland. 1 Dec. (marked as void).
Katharine countess of Northumberland. Herbage and pannage of Catton park, Yorks. Earldom of Northumberland.
11.Margery and John Trykett. Lands in Trentham, Staff. Trentham. 3 Dec. Adam Berdesey. Sheepcot called Brotherylketh in Furness Fells. Furness.
11b.Wm. Gostwyke and Anne, his wife. Caldwell priory, Beds., with certain lands and rents.
12b.John Wallys, of the Household. Runcorne rectory, Chesh. Norton. 4 Dec.
13.Thos. Jonys of London. Tithes in Llanthwe Rethereth, Llanellen, and St. Michael's of Kylcornell. Abergenny, Llandaff dioc. 8 Dec.
Robt. Tyrwytt. Hanbeke grange in Landon, Line. Vaudey. 10 Dec.
13b.Wm. Leigh. Chapels of St. Bridget, St. John, St. Leonard, and Gylcroux, Climb. Calder Thos. Leigh, LL.D Calder mon., Cumb.
14b.John lord Scrope. St. Agatha's mon., Yorks., with rectories of Manfeld, Stanwykes and Easby and certain tithes and pensions.
15b.Ric. Crumwell. Surrender of his lease, 7 Aug. 28 Hen. VIII., of Sawtrey mon., Hunts. 1 Dec.
Sir Wm. Skypwith. Falstovve rectory, Line. Louth Park. 15 Dec.
16.Sir Siraon Harecourte. Routon priory, Staff., with Elynhall chapel. 1 Nov.
17.Thos. Ellwold. Tithes in Kynyerby, Line. Elsham. 20 Nov.
Wm. Ryrby. Lands in Cotyngham, Yorks. Haltemprice. 1 Jan.
17bWm. Burre. Surrender of a lease 10 March 13 Hen. VIII., by the priory of Holy Trinity beside Margate, Beds., to Wm. Burre of Stretley, Beds., of the rectory of Stretley, for 26 years. 20 Dec.
John Fox of Hanchurch, Staff. Lands in Hanchurche. Trentham. 27 Jan.
18.John Marten. Reygate priory, Surr. 29 Jan.
18b.Roger Radclyff. Lands in Cottysmore, Rutl. St. Michael's beside Stanford. 4 Feb.
John Wrighte. Lands in Copnall and Nantwich, Cuesh., purchased from Sir Ant. Browne. 6 Feb.
19.Raphael Barnard. Stareton grange, Warw. Stoneley.
19b.Ant. Poney. Felton rectory,, Nthld. Brenkeborne.
Ellen Johnson, widow, of Stone, Staff. Lands in Walton, Staff. Stone. 10 Feb
20.John Morce of East Mailing, Kent. A marsh and lands in Ditton and East Mailing Boxley. 8 Feb.
20b.Ric. lord Grey. Stoneley mon., Warw. 10 Feb.
21.Ric. Mitton. Monford rectory, Salop. Brewood.
Jas. Leche. Hyssyngton chapel in Chirbury hundred, Salop. Chirbury.
21b.Roger Lee, of IvyDghoo, Bucks. Stretley rectory, Beds. Holy Trinity, Margate.
22.Thos. Rowland alias Pentycost, late abbot of Abingdon. Lands in Connoure (Cumnor), Berks. Abingdon. 12 Feb.
Thomas earl of Rutland. Penteney mon., Norf. 14 Feb.
23.John Wyblyn of Dencheworth, Berks. Lands of Bukland manor, Berks. Duke of Suffolk. 20 Feb.
23b.Thos. Hungate, of the Household. Hawkeshed chapel, Lane. Furness.
Hen. Jernyngham. St. Olaves priory in Heryngflete, Suff.,with the manors of Heryngflete, Sutf., and Ravenyngham and Tybbenham, Norf., and rectory of Heryngflete. 1 March.
24b.Reg. Whiteacres. Lands in Clayton Gryffith in Stowke parish, Staff. Trentham.
25.Alice Townsende, widow, and Thos. Townsende her son. Lands in Newstede, Staff. Trentham.
Roger Whiteacres. Lands in Trentham, Staff. Trentham.
25b.Walter Welshe. Whitston nunnery beside Worcester. 4 March.
26.Thos. Yate of Hanney, Berks. Gosey manor, with lands in Cherney, Berks. Abingdon. 10 March.
26b.Sir Wm. Penyson. Lanrecost abbey, Cumb., with Walton rectory and certain tithes, &c.
27b.John Gostwyke and Joan his wife. Pasture of 12 oxen and 40 wethers on the grange of Puttenhoo beside Goldyngton, Beds. Warden.
28.Thos. Horner. Lockyng manor, Soms. Worspryng. 20 Feb.
28b.Maurice ap Knevette, of the Household. Llanligan abbey, St. Asaph's dioc, with the rectory of Llanner in Kerynyon deanery. 10 March.
29.Sir Nic. Poyntz. Kingswood mon., Wilts., with certain manors, &c, and the rectory of Kingswood.
30.John Bouthe, of the Household. A herdwick called Parkeamore and a mansion in Colton, Lane. Furness.
30b.Thos. Yate of Hanney, Berks. Gosey manor and lands in Charney, Berks. Abingdon.
31.Thos. Peers of Hynxey, Berks. Lands in Southynxey in Cannor parish and tithes in Kenyngton in Radley parish, Berks. Abingdon.
Wm. Slythurst of Ewelme, Oxon. Cotesmore farm in Ewelme.
31b.John Peers, of Hynxey, Berks. Lands in Southynxey in Comnor parish, Berks. Abingdon.
32.Roger Hacheman of Ewelme, Oxon. Lands in the lordship of Ewelme. Edm, de la Pole, dec.
32b.Agnes Gascoign, widow, and John Graveley. Lands in Great and Little Wymondley and in Graveley, Herts. Sopwell.
33.Robt. Carre of Sleaford, Line. Rowceby rectory, Line. Shelford.
Wm. Fynderd of None Eton, Warw. Coton rectory, Warw. Erdebury.
33b.Thos. Foster. Demesne lands of Lukker manor, Nthld. Earldom of Northumberland.
Wm. Styllyngfeld alias Strynger, chaplain. Marton rectory, Yorks. Marton.
34.Sir Wm. Parre of Horton. Brayfeld rectory, Ntht. St. Andrew's in Northampton.
34bThos. Peers of Hynxey. Tithes in Southynxey in Coinnor parish, Berks. Abingdon.
Thos. Yate of Hanney. Tithes in Cheruey, Berks. Abingdon.
Hen. Bedyngfeld. Hospital of St. Nicholas in Great Massyngham, Norf. 12 March.
35.Ric. Sayer of Abrige, Essex, tailor. Moiety of a water-mill in Henrewe in LlandbAddok parish, S. Wales, with lands there. Uske.
35b.Alex. Umpton. Tithes of Offyngton rectory, Beds. Abingdon.
Ric. Ascue. Lands in Crakehowe and Bromeshall and Thorpe, Yorks. Marton, 17 March.
36.Thos. Cokkys, jun. Tithes in Bekhamstede in Cheveley parish, Berks. Abingdon. 14 March.
36b.Sir Thos. le Strange. Godwyke manor, Norf. Westacre. 20 March.
37.Robt. Tyrwytte. Lands and tithes in Maydenwell, Line. Staynfeld.
Robt. ap Evan. A fulling mill in the bpric. of St. Asaph, and lands called Kahillen and Kadyk there. Basyngwerk. 10 April.
37b.Griffith Vaughan. A grain mill within the bpric. of St. Asaph. Basyngwerk.
38.Fras. Bedyngfelde of London. Hempton priory, Norf. 22 March.
38b.Humph. Browne, King's serjeant-at-law. Manyden rectory, Essex. Hatfield Regis. 10 Oct.
40.Thos. Horsley of Horsley, Nthld. Horsley rectory. Brenkeborne. Undated.
40b.John Scudamore of Wylton, Heref. Sale of timber in Candye and Walbroke woods, Heref. Acorneby. 14 Feb.

Footnotes

1 One of these to be always present.
2 One of these to be always present.
3 These commissions are dated on the roll ut supra, but the Sussex Commission (36) which they follow is left undated.
4 Blank in original; no doubt lord Conyers.
5 Cancelled, 23 April 36 Hen. VIII., to be renewed to Riche and Sir Edw. North together
6 Enrollment cancelled on his surrender of the patent. 10 April 34 Hen. VIII.
7 By the King.
8 By Royal warrant.
9 Marginal note that the counterpart of this indenture was delivered to Henry duke of Suffolk by command of the Chancellor, 27 July 6 Edw. VI.
10 Sic.
11 His is dated 10 May, doubtless a clerical error.
12 These should be 30 Hen VIII. Other pensions of St. Andrews follow in May, 30 Hen.VIII.
13 Enrolment cancelled on his surrender of the patent. 10 April 34 Hen. VIII.
14 Sic.