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Monmouthshire . . . . . . . . . 165

Norfolk 166, 649, 670, 682

Abbey of St. Bennet of Hulme .... 239,250

Paston papers . . . . . . . . 251

Northamptonshire . . . . > . 254, 650, 682

Priory of Daventry . , . . . . 256, 650

Northumberland . . . , . . -. . 273, 683
Nottinghamshire ....... 274, 684

Oxfordshire . . . . . . . 277, 660, 684

Priory of St. Nicholas, Littlemore . . . . . 292

Priory of St. Frideswide ...... 300

Abbey of St. Mary, Thame 314

Abbey of St. Mary, Oseney . ... . . 315

Kutlandshire 685

Shropshire . . . . . . . . 385, 663

Somersetshire . . . . . . . 398, 663, 685

Staffordshire ... . . . . . 404, 663

Suffolk . . N . 410, 665

Surrey ... . . . . . . . 547, 685

Sussex . 550, 667, 685

"Warwickshire 581, 685

Westmorland 583

Wiltshire . . 584, 667, 686

Worcestershire 588, 687

Hospital of St. Wolstan . . . . . . 590

Yorkshire . 600, 687

Ireland 641, 699

Scotland . . . . . . . . . .641

Wales 642, 699

Appendix 644, 670

Miscellaneous . . . . . , . 667, 699

Dodsworth Charters 671

Pedigree EoUs . . 699



EREATA.



Page III, line 45, for Bonde rmd Londe.

161, „ 1 7, /or Urelby rmc? Bretby.

255, „ 24, /or Ch. I reac^ Ch. 11.

277, „ i^,for 1620 read 1520.

297, „ 24, for Kttle daughter read granddaughter.

328, „ 15, for William read Gilbert.

329, „ 32, for Kobert paid to Adam read Adam paid to Robert.
342, „ 8, for abbey read abbot.
346, „ 1 2, for Thomas read John.
40l> « 37j for Hungerford read Huntingdon.
408, „ 38, for Routon read Ronton.
44 7> » 5> fof Mulford read Mutford.
449, „ 8, for Cattrave read Cattgrave.
464, „ 2, for Olive read Olave.
558, „ 40, for Christian read Christiana.
586, „ 15, for our read their.



CALENDAE OF CHAETEES, EOLLS, ETC.
IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEAEY.



BEDFOEDSHIRE.

BEDFORD, Grey Friers at. Indenture, 20 June, 30 Hen. VIII.
Thomas Mender, the warden, and convent of the Grey Friers, Bedford,
lease to William Clark of Renhale a close called ' Bishop's Close ' for
twenty years, at an annual rent of 20s. Bedfordshire Charters, i.

CALDWELL, Priory of. Proceedings in a suit between the
abbot and convent of Oseney of the one part, and Hugh, the prior, and
convent of Caldwell of the other, concerning the payment to Oseney
of an annual pension of 12 marks. [1322-1323.] Ch. 2-19.

HARWOLD, Priory of. An acknowledgment from Elizabeth
Chilton, the prioress, and convent of Harwold that they have received
from sir Henry Brounflete, kt., lord Vescy, 46s. Sd., being arrears of
a certain annual rent of 6s. 8d. Dated 6 May, 4 Ed. IV. Ch. 20.

LUTON. Agnes Kypping, late wife of William Kypping deceased,
and John Kypping, son and heir of the said William, grant to
Valentine Bailis and others 2 acres of land in a field called ' Blac-
waterfeld' of Luton. Dated at Luton, 20 Dec, i Hen. V. Ch. 21.

Thomas Bray, senior, of Cadington, co. Herts., husbandman, sells to
William Deyne of Luton, yeoman, a messuage situated in Churche
Streete. Dated 6 March, 4 Ed. VI. Ch. 22.

Power of attorney given by Lodowicke, duke of Lennox, earl of
Richmond, to sir Robert Napier of Luton Hooe, co. Bedf., kt. and
bart., to compound touching Kedwelley business, &c.

Dated 30 March, 16 16. Ch. 3.

RENHALE. William, son of Richard de . . . . grants to Godefr'
de Aldeholt a meadow in Renhale which is of the honor of Boulogne
at an annual rent of Sd. For this donation the said Godefr' paid 8^.
(c. 1200.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 24.



2 CALENBAE OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

BEDS.
WOTTON. Memorandum from Stephen Estwicke of Wotton, that
he has received from William Dermer or Dormer of London a deed
dated 23 April, 3 Eliz., concerning lands at Wotton.

Dated 3 Feb., 20 Eliz. Ch. 25.



CALDWELL, Priory of. Copy of a process before the abbot
of Eynesham, judge, between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the
one part, and the prior and convent of Caldwell of the other part,
concerning a right to an annual pension. A. D. 1322. [Mutilated.]

Bedfordshire Bolls, i.

HIGHAM GOBIAN. Court Rolls for the manor of Higham
Gobiau, with its members Streteley and Sharpenho, from the Friday
after the feast of the Ascension 29 Hen.-YI, to the Monday before
the feast of All Saints 30 Hen. VL [Four courts. Philip Botiller,
esq., lord of the manor.] Eolls, 2.

Rental, made 31 Hen. VI. Eolls, 3.



BEKKSHIRE.

GRAVA« Clement le Mareschal of Grava grants to John, son
of Roger the miller of Grava and Amitia his wife one acre of arable
land lying in the field of Grava upon Schunhulle atte Brodetherde.
(c. 1300.) Berkshire Ch. 161.

KINTBURY. Dispensation granted by William archbishop of
Canterbury to John Note, clerk, M.A., to hold the living of Kintbury,
CO. Berks., with the vicarage of Leckford, co. Southampton.

Dated 7 June, 1661. Ch. 162.

REMENHAM. Agnes Stokfeld of Redyng grants to Henry
Hethercote, yeoman, and others, a messuage, 20 acres of arable land, 6
acres of meadow, 5 acres of pasture, and a little island in the parish of
Remenham. Dated at Remenham, 26 Feb., i Hen. VIII. Ch. 163.

SHAW. Exchequer Constat for £23 6s. Sd. for the farm of the
manor of Shawe, in New Windsor, held by Nicholas Good.

Dated 6 Feb., 30 Hen. VIIL Ch. 165.

Exchequer Constat for £23 65. Sd. for one year's profits of the King's
manor of Shaw, viz. for the year 36 and 37 Hen. VIIL Ch. 164.

STRETLEY. Deed reciting letters patent, dated 24 April, 15
Elizabeth, by wliich a messuage and appurtenances in Stretley, parcel
of the possessions of sir Francis Englefield, kt., then in her Majesties
hands by forfeiture of the said Francis, by his going out of the king-
dom, were granted to one Griffith Barton, from whom they came to
Andrew Blunden, Humphrey Purcell, and Arthur Nedeham, and by
them are again granted to the Crown.

Dated 20 Nov., 27 Eliz. Ch. i66.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 3

BERKS.
WINDSOR. Grant by King Henry III of free warren to Roger
de Montalt in all his lands in England.

Dated at Windsor, 8 Oct., 41 of his reign. Ch. 167.

Mandate of King Edward III to Adam de Hertyngdon, clerk of the
works of the castle of Windsor, commanding him to make for the dean
and college of the free chapel of St. Greorge within the castle five large
candles [' soynes '] for the said chapel, of which the first to be named
Jesus, the second Mary, the third John, the fourth George, the fifth
Edward. Dated at Westminster, 4 Nov., 50 of his reign. Ch. 168.

Letters patent of King Edward III, dated at Westminster, 19 Feb.,
43 of his reign, granting to Helmingus Leget the office of constable
of the castle of Windsor, also bailiff of the park of Wychemere and
the new park of Windsor, which Thomas Cheyne, late deceased, held,
for the term of his life. [Seal broken^ Ch. 169.

Grant from sir Henry Nevill to David Watkins, esq., of London, of
the office of keeper of the houses within the upper bayliwick of Windsor
Castle, keeper of the leads of the castle, and also keeper of the butts
within the castle, which said offices by letters patent bearing date 7
Nov., 1 3 Jas. I, had been granted to the said sir Henry for his life.

Dated 22 Sept., 1617. Ch. 170.

Letters patent of King James I granting to David Watkins the
office of keeper of the houses, etc. of the bailiwick of the castk of
Windsor, for the term of his life.

Dated Westminster, 5 Dec, 21 Jas. I. C%. 171.

Administration grant to Sarah Towse, widow of Nicholas Towse,
of New Windsor, deceased, from the court at Canterbury.

Dated 17 Dec, 1628. Ch. 172.



SHAW. Copy of a roll in the custody of the remembrancer of
the Exchequer, 41 Ed. Ill, being a survey of all the demesne lands
and tenements in Shawe, which the King had by the gift and feoff-
ment of Master William de Polmorna. [Roll on paper.]

Temp. Hen. YIII. Berkshire Rolls, 1.

WALLINGFORD (Honor of, etc.). Roll {heading gone), being
an extent of the lauds, tenements, etc. in divers counties, belonging
to Edmund earl of Cornwall, lord of the honors of St. Walery and
Wallingford, etc, etc (c 1300.) [Glim 8589, 127, Wood.]

Rolls, 2.

WALTHAM (White), Rate of yearly wages due to the parish
clerk of White Waltham, for the year 1662, Rolls, 3.

WINDSOR (College of St. George). Roll of accounts on paper,
1 2 Hen. YII, containing payments of salaries, obits, reparations, etc.,
etc. • Rolls, 4.

Roll of a<!icounts on paper for the 19 and 20 Hen. YII, containing
the expenditure for that year, consisting of obits, salaries, etc [Head-
ing of Roll torn away.] Rolls, 5.

B 2 '



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BERKS.

PRIORY OF HOLY TRINITY, WALLINGFORD.

ASTON ROW ANT, Oxon. Hugh de Ponte grants to the church
of the Holy Trinity, Wallingford in frankalmoigne 6 J acres of arable
land in the fields of Eston, and one rood of meadow in Wynterdole,
viz. that 6§ acres and one rood which John, formerly vicar of Eston,
held of him. (c. 1230.) Ch. 20.

Hugh, son of Robert de Chalkeford, grants to Ralph de "Watlington,

^ the prior, and monks of Wallingford in frankalmoigne two half acres

' and one rood of arable land in Eston, lying in Wodewayforlong.

(c. 1270.) Ch. 42.

Hugh, son of Robert de Chalkford, grants to Ralph de Watlington,

7 the prior, and monks of Wallingford in frankalmoigne two half acres

of land in the field of Eston, lying in Longeheggesforlong. (c. 1270.)

^ Ch. 42 *.

ASTON TIRROLD. William de Bynham, the prior, and convent of

Wallingford demise to the lady Margaret Saundervile of South Moreton

the tithes of a meadow which was Nicholas' the son of Turold in

Aston Turald.

Dated in the feast of St. Barnabas, 3 Ric. II. Ch. 122.

BRITWELL (East). John, son of Almaric of Est Brithwell,
grants to Ralph, the prior, and convent of Wallingford one acre of
meadow, (c. 1260.) [^Mutilatecl,^ Ch. 41.

BUCKLAND. Decision of Roger, bishop of Salisbury, in a cause
referred to him by the prior and convent of Wallingford, and Robert
de Ayliston, rector of Buckland, concerning the tithes from the lordship
of John de St. Philberto in Kerswell.

Dated at Sonning, 4 Non. October, 1320. Ch. 62.

Duplicate of No. 62. [Mutilated.^ Ch.6^.

The prior and convent of Wallingford of the church of

Boklond in the deanery of Abingdon Robert de Ayleston to

pay to them as is contained in a composition (for the) lands

and tenements of John de St. Philberto the sum of 305. (c. 1320.)
[A fragment^ Ch. 64.

CHALKFORD. Convention made between the prior and convent
of Wallingford of the one part, and William de Leukenore of the other,
by which the prior and convent give to the said William 2^ acres of
land in Chalcford in exchange for certain other land before the court of
the convent at Chalcford, called * Withescroft.' (c. 1270.) Ch. 19.

Roger, son of Peter de Chalcford, grants to the church of Walling-
ford in frankalmoigne a croft called Chalfcroft, in the village of Chalc-
ford, except a third part which Isowde, the mother of William the
marshal, held as dower, paying 1 2d. for all services. For this donation
the said monks gave to him 2 J marks sterling, (c. 1260.) Ch. 22.

Hugh, son of Robert de Chalkford, grants to the church of Walling-
ford half an acre of arable land in the village of Chalkford lying in
Holewellefurlong in frankalmoigne. (c. 1270.) Ch. 37.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 5

BERKS.

Hugh, son of Robert de Clialkford, grants to William de Mynnes

for lo marks of silver the whole of the tenement which was "William de

Lauenore's in the village of Chalkford, with a garden, curtilage and field.

Dated the Sunday next before the Annunciation, 5 Ed. I. Ch. 47.

William Heron, the prior, and convent of Wallingford, with the assent
of Tliomas, the abbot of St. Alban's, demise to Nicholas Heron and
Nicholas his son, for 100s., the whole of a messuage and land in
Chalkford for their lives, at an annual rent of 8s.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday next after the feast of SS. Philip
and James, 32 Ed. III. Gh. 97.

Indenture made between the prior and convent of Wallingford of
the one part, and the lady Alianor Rohant of the other, witnesseth
that whereas the lady Alianor is bound to the said prior and convent
in ^100 by bond, they grant for themselves and successors that if the
said lady Alianor, Simon parson of Adwell, and John Joye parson of
Stoke Talemach, to whom the manor of Chalkford had been demised
by indenture, shall observe the conditions contained in the said in-
denture, then the said bond to be void.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday in the feast of St. Luke the
evangelist, 34 Ed. III. Ch. 98.

CHALKFORD, CHINNOR, STOKENCHURCH, etc. In-
denture made between William de Stevyngton, the prior, and convent
of Wallingford of the one part, and the lady Alianor Rohant, Simon
parson of Adwell, and Thomas Osgar, clerk, of the other, witnesseth
that the said prior and convent demise to the said lady Alianor and
others the manor of Chalkford, together with view of frankpledge
there^ and all lands and tenements, rents and services, which the same
prior and convent have in Chinnore, Wilnehale, Kyngeston, and
Henton, together with view of frankpledge in Chinnore, and with the
tithes of the church of Aston Rohant with all its members, reserving
nevertheless to the said prior and convent the whole of the hay of the
manor of Aston and a meadow called ' blake,' if the said prior and
convent have flocks and lambs there, and not otherwise : the tithes of
the chapel of Stokenchurch, the wood of Chalkford with a croft adjacent,
and the presentations and pensions of the church of Chinnore and the
vicarage of Aston excepted ; to hold the same for their lives at an
annual rent of <£6o.

Dated at Wallingford the Wednesday on the morrow of St.
Michael, 34 Ed. III. ^ Ch. 99.

CHALKFORD and ASTON ROWANT. Indenture by which
William Hardewyke, S. T. B., the prior, and convent of Wallingford
demise to William Hester and Agnes his wife and Henry their son,
their manor of Chalkeford in co. Oxon. with the advowson of the
church of Aston, for 30 years, at an annual rent of lOOs.

Dated at Wallingford on the morrow of St. Thomas the martyr,
13 Ed. IV. Ch. 144.

CLAYDON (Bottle). Geoffrey Scott of Claindun acknowledged
that he owes his lord Ralph Sanz avair 3 marks of silver for which



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BERKS,
he was impleaded in tlie King's court at Wallingford, and arranges to
pay the same by certain instalments, in default of which the whole
of the land he holds in Botle Cleidun is to revert to the said Ralph.

8 Hen. III. Cli. 13.

Cause delegated by the Pope to be heard by the prior of Bicester
between the prior and convent of Wallingford and Baldwin, rector of
Botte Cleydon. Dated 1321. Ch. 67.

William, the prior, and convent of Wallingford, with the assent of
Thomas, the abbot, of St. Alban's, grant to Robert de Rodyngton, parson
of Botte Claydon, all the fruits of the tithes of corn which belong to the
said convent, the said Robert paying annually 16s.

Dated at Wallingford, i January, 42 Ed. III. Ch. 107.-

CLOPCOTE. Alan, son of Amfrid the son of Ruald, grants to
the church of Wallingford in frankalmoigne his meadow which was
the meadow of his father in Clopcote, lying in the eastern part of the
castle before the postern, (c. 1 180.) [Printed in the Monasticon, vol. iii.
p. 280.] Ch. 2.

Geoffrey the cook of Wallingford, with the consent of Peter his heir,
confirms to the monks of Wallingford . . . acres of arable land, and
the whole of his other land in Clopcote in frankalmoigne. For this
donation he accepted from the monks 605. and half a mark of silver to
Peter his heir. Ch. ^.

Gilbert, son of Adam the cooper, grants to John of Devonshire one
messuage with appurtenances in Clopcote, namely that messuage which
R., treasurer of the brethren of the hospital, with consent of the chapter,
by the present charter confirmed to Adam the cooper, father of the
said Gilbert ; paying annually to the hospital 12c?., and to him and his
heirs id For this donation the said John gave 1 6 marks. Ch. 12.

Henry de Porta grants to William the clerk of Wallingford, for
his homage and service, one acre of arable land in the field of Clop-
cote, paying annually id. for all services. For this grant the said Henry
paid to the said William 105. (c. 1220.) Ch. 11.

Gilbert de Haude giants to the church of Wallingford, to sustain
the office of sacristan, half an acre of land in the field of Clopcote.
(c. 1220.) Ch. 14.

William, son of Geoffrey of the Hall (' de Aula '), confirms the dona-
tion which his father made, together with his body, to the monks of
Wallingford, in frankalmoigne, viz. 5 acres of ai'able land and one acre
of meadow in Clopcote. (c. 123a.) Ch. 18.

John Huberd grants to Alan Russel of Clopcote "and Alice his wife
one acre of land lying in the field of Clopcote. [A fragment.]

Dated ... St. Luke the evangelist, 4 Ed. I. Ch. 55.

Osbeii, son and heir of Thomas le Ferror of Wallingford, grants
to Richard de Louches of Wallingford all his right in two crofts of
arable land in the field of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Saturday after the feast of . . . 13 Ed. II.

Ch, 61.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 7

BERKS.

John Rotari of Wallingford grants to "Walter Cripse 2 acres of

arable land lying in the field of Clop cote for ... . years, from the

16 Ed. II. Dated at Wallingford .... 16 Ed. IL Gh. 68.

Richard, son and heir of John de Louches, of "Wallingford, quit-
claims to "William Blakemer of Gokham, and Cecilia his wife, all right
in an acre of land in the field of Clopcote. [ With seaZ.]

Dated at Wallingford the Saturday next after the feast of St.
Gregory, 18 Ed. IL Gh. 69.

Roger Badecok of Wallingford grants to Alice his daughter 5 acres
of land lying in the field of Clopcote ; paying annually 10 quarters of
barley during his life, and to his right heirs after his decease one
quarter of wheat.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Katherine, i Ed. III. Gh. 69*.

John, son of Osbert de Notle of Wallingford, grants to John de

Wy of All Saints, Wallingford, one acre of arable land in

Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Saturday next after the feast of St.
Ambrose, 3 Ed. IIL GK 71.

William Badecoke of Wallingford grants to Walter Crypse of the
same place the whole of a toft, with arable land adjacent, near the
castle of Wallingford in the village of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Wednesday next after the feast of the
Purification, 5 Ed. IIL Gh. 72.

Indenture witnessing that Walter le Crypse of Wallingford grants
to William de Melbourn of the county of Leicester \2d. of annual rent
from a certain acre of arable land in the field of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
George, 5 Ed. IIL Gh. w

Letters patent of King Edward III, dated at York, 23 Jan., the 6th
of his reign, giving licence to Richard de Louches to grant a messuage,
13I acres of land, and one acre of meadow in Clopcote to the prior and
convent of Wallingford, for one chaplain to celebrate in the said priory
each day for his soul and the souls of Wm. Heyron and Walter de
Pulton, and the ancestors of the said Richard. Gh. 74.

John de Notele, son of Osbert de Notele of Wallingford, grants to
the convent of Wallingford all his rents and tenements which he has
within and without the borough of Wallingford, and his land which
he has in the field of Clopcote.

Dated at Wallingford, Michaelmas-day, 7 Ed. III. Witness —
Richard Moryn, then mayor of Wallingford. Gh. 75.

William, son of William the marshal of Wallingford, grants to WiU.
Heron^ the prior, and the convent of Wallingford 8 acres of arable land
lying in the field of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the day of St. Gregory the pope, 8 Ed. III. \'i>'h^

Gh. 76.

William, son of William the marshal of Wallingford, grants to



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BERKS.

William Heron, the prior, and the convent of Wallingford 5 acres of land
in the field of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the day of St. Gregory the pope, 8 Ed. IIL
Witness — Richard Moryn, then mayor of Wallingford. CA. 7 7 .

Alan de Goldeburgh grants to William Heron, the prior, and the
convent of Wallingford 7 J acres of arable land in the field of Clop-
cote.

Dated at Clopcote the day of St. Gregory the pope, 8 Ed. III.
Witness — Richard Moryn, then mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 78.

Richard de Louches grants to Wm. Heron, the prior, and convent of
AVallingford one croft in the field of Clopcote. [IFi^A seal.^

Dated at Clopcote the Friday in the feast of St. Alphage, 10
Ed. IIL W^itness — Richard Moryn, then mayor of Walling-
ford. (7A. 82.

John Whytyng of Wallingford appoints Walter Cirpsse, his attorney,
to deliver seisin of 3^ acres of arable land and the reversion of half an
acre that will fall to him on the death of Alice the wife of Walter
Basyngg, in Clopcote, to John ate Russch.

Dated at Clopcote the Thursday in the feast of St. Luke the
evangelist, 15 Ed. IIL Ch, 86.

William Skyp of Wallingford quit-claims to Walter Cryps all his
right in one half acre of arable land in the field of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Sunday next after the feast of the Inven-
tion of the Cross, 16 Ed. III. Ch. 88.

Indenture witnessing that, although Walter Cirpsse of Wallingford
has infeofied William Cornwaille of the same place with one acre of
meadow with appurtenances in Clopcote, lying in a common meadow
called * le Northraede,' as appears in a certain charter then made and
deposited by consent of the parties in the hands of Thomas Sturbourn,
by which he has received full seisin, nevertheless the same William is
willing and grants for himself and his heirs, that if the said Walter
and his heirs pay to him or his attorney in Wallingford 4 marks,
then the said charter of feofiment to be void. [/b'eaZ.]

Dated at Clopcote the Monday next after the feast of St. Agatha
the virgin, 18 Ed. IIL Ch. 89.

Richard Oterbourne of Clopcote quit-claims to John atte Rysshe of
Wallingford all bis right in 3 acres of arable land lying in the field
of Clopcote.

Dated at Wallingford the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Matthew the apostle, 20 Ed. IIL Ch. 90.

Indenture by which Stephen Cryps, chaplain, grants to John
Broun, Alice his wife, and John son of Henry de Stapleford, the
whole of his tenement in the parish of All Saints, Wallingford, and
2 acres of land in Clopcote for their lives, at an annual rent
of 6/?.

Dated at Wallingford the Monday after the feast of the Nativity
of St. John the Baptist, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 92.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 9

BERKS.
Richard Oterbourne of Clopcote grants to John atte Ryssche of
Wallingford 3 acres of arable land in the field of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Sunday next before the feast of SS. Simon
and Jude, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 93

Fragment of a charter by which Roger Arnizat, son and heir of . .
quit-claims to sir Alexander de Chelsey, rector of Chinnor, and others
all his right in 2 acres of land in Clopcote.

Dated at ■W[allingford] .... [i35]8. Ch. g6

Nicholas, rector of the church of South Morton, Alice atte RusshCj
and Alice Foliot, executors of the will of John atte Russhe, grant to
Alexander de Cholseye, rector of Chinnor, and others, 37 acres of
arable land in Clopcote near Wallingford. [3 seals^

Dated at Clopcote the Sunday after the feast of the Nativity of
the Virgin, 36 Ed. III. Ch. 100.

Charter, reciting that ^VjUiani de Stevingtpn, the prior, and convent
of Wallingford are bound by their bond to Nicholas rector of South
Morton, John atte Wythyenemulle, and Alice late wife of John atte
Rusche, in a sum of .£40 ; the said Nicholas and others are willing
and grant for them and their heirs that if the said prior and convent
save harmless the said Nicholas and others against Eve, who was wife
of John de Bereford, lady of the manor of ' la Rusche,' from all action
for waste, etc. in the said manor of ' la Rusche,' for the whole of the
time in which John atte Rucshe had or ought to have farm of the said
manor, according to a certain indenture between them, then the said
bond of £40 to have no effect.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday next after the feast of the Con-
ception B.y.M., 36 Ed. III. Ch. 10 r.

Nicholas de Lychfeld, chaplain, grants to sir Alexander de Cholseye,
rector of Chinnor, and others 54 acres of land in Clopcote near
AYallingford. [ With seaZ.]

Dated at Clopcote the Monday next after the feast of St. Luke,
37 Ed. IIL Ch. 102.

William Arnyat of Wallingford grants to Christiana his wife all his
lands in the fields of Clopcote and Sottewell. [Mutilated^

Dated at Wallingford, Palm Sunday, 40 (?) Ed. III. Witness-
Nicholas Payable, then mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 103.



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