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to Andrew Payn of Kyngessombourne and Alice his wife, of all
his right in all the lands and rents which they had by the gift
of his said father in Winchester, as contained in the preceding
deed of feoffment of 25 July.

Witnesses : The same. [Barthol. le Wodere]. [16.]

Seals: i. Round, green, the sun and moon, inscription illegible; 2.
green, the seal of the city.

1320. 28 July, "die lune pr. p. f. S. Jacobi Apost.," 14 Edw.
fil. Edw. At Winchester.

Release from Henry de Inkepenne and John de Inkepenne, sons
and heirs of Durant de Inkepenne, citizen of Winchester, to
Andrew Payn of Kynges Sombourne and Alice his wife, for the
sum of 40, of all their right in all the lands, tenements and
rents which were their said father's in the street of Winchester
called Calpestrete.

Witnesses : Edward le Draper, mayor of Winchester, Barthol.
le Wodere, and Thomas atte Brigge, bailiffs, Roger Long, Robert



88 WINCHESTER, 1320.

de Lytteltone, Nich. de Exon, Thos. de Aune, Will. Luf, alder-
men. [17.]

Three round green seals: I. the sun and moon; " S' Hanricus (sic)
Dvrran."; z. the city seal; 3. a kind of star, " S' Johanis Durrand."

1320. 4 Sept., "le Judy pr. avaunt la f. de la Nat. nostre
Dame," 14 Edw. fitz Edw. At Winchester.

Indenture of agreement (in French) between Thomas de Anne
(sic) and Juliana his wife, on one part, and Andrew Payn of Kynges-
sombourne on the other, by which since the said Andrew has
enfeoffed the former in two tenements in Calpestret in Wyncestre,
they covenant in return to provide John the son of Duraunt de
Inkepenne with suitable food and clothing and all other
necessaries, and to make him within five years a canon or monk
in the Priory of St. Swithin (" Sweson ") or La Hyde, or Cristes-
churche, or some other suitable house.

Witnesses : Edward le Draper, mayor, Barthol. le Wodere
and Thos. de la Brugge, bailiffs, Rob. de Thorncombe, John de
Kyrkeby, Rich. Fromond, Roger le Forester de Wherewelle, John
Huberd, John de Welyntontone (sic), Walter le Waleys. [24.]

Two round green seals : I. a man riding on a lion or other wild beast,
" SigilP Thome "; 2. a bird and . . . . ; very indistinct and broken.

1320. 14 Sept., "die Dom. in f. Exalt. S. Crucis.," 14 Edw. fil.
Edw. Agreement (indented) between Andrew Payn of Kynges
Sombourne and Thomas de Aune, citizen of Winchester, viz., that
the said Andrew grants that his land which lies void near the
tenement of the said Thomas which was formerly Durant de
Inkepene's in Calpestrete, on N. E. and W. sides, shall receive
and carry off the water descending from the aforesaid parts of
the said tenement; provided that if hereafter the said Andrew
or his heirs shall build on the said land, then the said Thomas
and Andrew and their heirs shall, at their joint cost, carry off the
water by a gutter; saving to the said Thomas the light of a
window on the west side of the chamber called la Panedechaumbre,
which shall never be built up against.

Witnesses : Edward le Draper, mayor, Barthol. de Wodere
and Thomas atte Brigge, bailiffs, Adam de Chyritone, Henry le
Canenaser, Robert de Lytteltone, Nich. de Exon, Walter de Stoke,
Alex. Luef, Will. Luef, aldermen. [14.]

Round green seal ; a man riding on a lion or some other wild beast ;
"Sigillum Thome ".



WINCHESTER, 1320-23. 89

1320. Oct. 6, " die luue in f. S. Fidis Virg.," 14 Edw. fil. Edw.
At Winchester.

Release from Nicholas Silvestre, citizen of Winchester, to
Andrew Payn of Kynges Somborne and Alice his wife, for a
certain sum of money, of all his right in a tenement in Calpe-
street, Winchester, in which John le Akatour and Florence his
wife dwell, situate between the tenement of Nicholas de Excestre
on N. and the capital tenement in which Durant de Inkepene
dwells on S. ; and in the tenement situate in the same street,
between that of Alex. Luef on N. and the lane leading from
Calpestrete towards Goldstrete on S., and the garden which
Thomas de Aune holds on W. ; and in 10s. of annual rent from
the tenement of Rob. de Saundone, in which he dwells, in the
same street.

Witnesses : John Gabryel, mayor of Winchester, Seman le
Skynnere and Will, de Marleburghe, bailiffs, Adam de Chyritone,
John le Devenysche, Henry le Canenaser, Peter le Mercer, Rob.
de Lytteltone, Alex Luef, Will. Luef, aldermen of the city. [1.]

Two seals: i. small, round, red, very indistinct; 2. round, green, the
seal of the city of Winchester ; a castle, with gate, two corner towers,
and central keep ; inscription broken off ; counter-seal, a cross, " Con-
firmatio sil'is " (see p. 92). Endorsed with note of enrolment in the court
of Winchester, on the Friday after the f. of St. Ambrose.

Another original copy of the same release. [2.]
Same seals, but only a fragment of the second.

1320. Oct. 6, " die lune in f. S. Fidis Virg.," 14 Edw. fil. Edw.
At Winchester.

Release from Henry de Terstewode, fisherman, and Edyth his
wife, to Andrew Payn of Kynges Somburne and Alice his wife,
for a certain sum of money, of all their right in the property
released in the preceding deeds, Nos. 1, 2, of the same date.

Witnesses: The same, adding Robert de Saundone. [9.]

Three seals : i. round, red, indistinct ; 2. green, good impression of
the city seal, but inscription broken off ; 3. round, green ; the Lamb and
Flag; " Ecce Agnus Dei." Endorsed with note of enrolment, and mem.
that Edith, being examined, gave her free consent.

Another original copy of the same. [10.]
Same seals.

1323. 26 March, "die sabb. pr. p. f. Annunc. B. M. V.,"
16 Edw. fil. Edw. At Winch.



90 WINCHESTER, 1325.

Agreement (indented) between John le Akatour and Florence
his wife, on the one part, and Andrew Payn of Kynges Sombourne
and Alice his wife on the other, by which the former release to the
latter all their right in the plot of ground without the hall of the
said Andrew and Alice in Calpestrete, Winchester, together with
the gate and the chamber called le Panedechaumbre near the said
ground and in the same street, between the tenement of Nich de
Exon on N. and the tenement which Rufus de Werewelle formerly
inhabited on S. ; and the said Andrew and Alice grant to them in
return the aforesaid hall with the chambers, kitchen, and garden,
together with the easement of a well near the said hall, and free
ingress and egress through the said gate with horses and carts ; to
hold for the term of their life ; and they also give the said John
and Florence 100 shillings.

Witnesses : Ralph Fraunceys, mayor of Winchester, Walter
Russel and John de Nutlee, bailiffs, Adam de Chiritone, Walter
Fessaunt, Nicholas de Exon, Rob. de Lytteltone, Alex, le Luef,
Will, le Luef. [23.]

Small round red seal ; a grotesque figure with a tail ; a second seal
lost. Endorsed with mem. of enrolment at Winchester.

1325. 28 June, "die Ven. pr. p. f. Nativ. S. Jo. Bapt.,"
18 Edw. fil. Edw. At Winchester.

Release from John le Catour, citizen of Winchester, and
Florence his wife, to Andrew Payn of Sumbourne Regis and Alice
his wife, of all their right in the great tenement with cellars,
solars, curtilages, etc., in Winchester, on the west side of the
street called Calpestrete between the tenements of Nich. de
Exeter on N. and S.

Witnesses: Philip Aubyn, mayor, Nich. le Lyndraper and
Rob. le Irmongare, bailiffs, Nich. de Exon, Rob. de Liteltone,
Alex. Luef, Will. Luef, aldermen. [12.]

Two small round red seals ; I, a lion passant, inscription illegible; 2,
two heads facing each other, with a branch between ; inscription illegible.
Endorsed with note of enrolment at Winchester, and examination of the
said Florence for her consent.

1325. 19 July, "die Ven. in vig. B. Margar. V.," 19 Edw. fil.
Edw. At Winchester.

Lease from Andrew Payn of Sumbourne Regis and Alice his
wife to John le Acatour, citizen of Winchester, and Florence his
wife, of the house which Benedict de Durneford held of the



WINCHESTER, 1329. 91

lessors, situate on the W. side of Calpestret in Winchester,
opposite the tenement of Maud le Dene ; to hold for the term of
their lives, rendering annually one rose ; and also for the same
term, of an annual rent of 20s. from their great tenement situate
on the W. side of the street, between the tenements of Nicholas
de Exon on N. and S. ; and the said John and Florence give up in
return all their right in the said great tenement, as contained in
their quit-claim made thereupon.

Witnesses: Philip Aubyn, mayor, Nich. le Lyndraper and
Rob. le Irmongare, bailiffs, Nich. de Exon, Will. Luef, aldermen.
-[3.]

Two round red seals; I, a lion passant: "Sum leo [fo]rtis " ; 2, two
heads facing each other, with a branch between ; inscription illegible.

1329. Apr. 5, "die Merc. pr. p. f. S. Ambr.," 3 Edw. III.
At Winchester.

Grant from John de Westwode of London, cutler, and Maud
his wife, daughter of Henry de Colemere formerly citizen of
Winchester, to Thomas le Frensshe and Isabella his wife, for a
certain sum of money, of 6s. of annual quit-rent received from
a tenement in Winchester on the E. side of the street called
Shuldeworthstret, between the tenement of the late Henry
Godedieu on N. and that of Joan le Blakyestre on S.

Witnesses : John Gabryel, mayor, Barthol. le Wodere and Will,
de Sperkeford, bailiffs, Will. Taillefer, alderman of the said street,
Ralph Fraunceys, Rob. Giffard, Will, de Okham, Rob. de Froille,
Thos. Taillefer, Geoffrey Hautepas. [11.]

Three seals: I. round, green; an open hand, " S' Will'i le Louttebo
...."; 2. seal of the city, green ; " [Sigi]!!' civium Wintoniens[ium] " :
fragment of cotton case ; 3. small green seal, very indistinct.

Endorsed with note of enrolment at Winchester and examina-
tion of the said Maud for her consent.

1329. 10 Apr., " die lune pr. p. f. Ambrosii episc.," 3 Edw. III.
At Winchester. [The date is given in an endorsement.]

Release from Thomas de Colemere, son of Henry de Colemere,
formerly citizen of Winchester, to Thomas le Frensshe and
Isabella his wife, of all his right in six shillings of quit-rent from a
tenement in Winchester, on the E. side of the street called
Shuldeworthstret, between the tenement which was Henry Gode-
dieu's on N. and that of Joan le Blakiestre on S.



92 WINCHESTER, 1330-39.

Witnesses : John Gabriel, mayor, Barthol. le Wodere and Will,
de . . . . (obliterated by damp) bailiffs, Will. Taillefer, alderman,

Ralph Fraunceys, Robert GifFard , Rob. de Froille,

Thomas Taillefer, Geoffrey Hautepas. [22.]

Two seals, green : i . semi-oval, a tree or plant, four letters above it
(the Cross and Superscription ?) ; 2. large, oval ; a castle with a central
and two corner towers and gate ; " Sigill' civium Wintoniensium "; counter-
seal ; a cross, " Confirmatio sil'is." A fragment of a cotton case remaining.
(Facsimilied by Mr. Ready in 1875.) Endorsed with note of enrolment on
the City Roll.

In 1846 Mr. J. Gough Nichols remarked, in a paper in the Winchester
vol. of the Transactions of the Archaeological Institute, that the old seal of
the city of Winchester had yet to be discovered; the seal engraved in
Milner's History being only that for recognizances of debts.

1330. 22 Oct., "die lune pr. ante f. Apostt. Sym. et Jude,"
4 Edw. III. At Winchester.

Grant from Robert Huberd of Kynggessombourne, chaplain,
to John Tabillon and Maud his wife, for a certain sum of money,
of all his tenements in Winchester, in the constabulary of the
castle of Winchester, and in the street called Menstrestrete,
between the tenements of the late Roger de Inkepenne on S., and
those of the late Will, le Plomer on N.

Witnesses : John Devenysche, mayor of Winchester, Rob.
Warham and Rob. Dymaunde, bailiffs, Walter Fesaunt, alderman
of High Street ("Summi vici"), John Gabriel, Ralph de Mallyngge,
Will, de Marleberghe, William Gabriel, Nich. de Exon. [35.]

First seal, that of the city, lost ; second, round, red, a quatre-foil ;
inscription very indistinct.

1339. 22 Dec., "die Merc, in crast. S. Tho. Apost.," 13
Edw. III. At Winchester.

Release from Thomas le Frensshe and Isabella his wife to the
Prior and Convent of B. Mary of Selebourne, of all their right in
a tenement in Shuldworthestrete in Winchester, which they and
the said Prior and Convent recovered in the court of the said city.

Witnesses : Nich. le Devenysshe, mayor, Walter le Chamber-
layn and Geoffrey de Lambedon, bailiffs, John Gabriel, Nich. de
Exon, John de Notice, grocer (" speciar' ") Ralph Fraunceys, John
de Brightwelle, Rob. Giffard. [18.]

Three seals: i. round, green, very indistinct ; 2. seal of city, lost; 3.
a figure holding a gridiron (?), inscription indistinct. Endorsed with note



WINCHESTER, 1340-81. 93

of enrolment in the court of Winchester, and of examination of the said
Isabella as to her consent.

1340. 21 Feb., "die lime pr. ante. f. S. Petri quod dicitur
Cathedra," 14 Edw. III. At Winchester.

Confirmation by Robert de Farnefold, citizen of Winchester,
and Claricia his wife to the Prior and Convent of Selebourne o'f
the right of the latter to an annual quit-rent of ten shillings
from a tenement, of the right of the said Claricia, which she and
her husband hold, situate between the church of St. Laurence on
E and the gate of the gaol (" maole ") of the city on W.

Witnesses : Nich. le Devenysshe, mayor, Walter le Chamber-
layne and Geoffrey Lambedone, bailiffs, John Gabriel, John de
Notleye, grocer (" speciario "), Ralph Fraunceys, John de Bright-
welle, Will, le Irmongere, John Otewy. [53.]

Two round black seals; shield of arms, 3 horseshoes; inscription indis-
tinct ; 2. illegible ; 3. seal of city lost. Endorsed with note of enrolment
at Winchester and of seisin.

1382. 9 May. At Selburne, in the Chapter House.

Lease from Thomas the Prior of Selburne and the Convent to
Walter Wortyng of Winchester of all their tenement in Shilwor-
strete in Winchester, with two gardens adjacent, which Henry
Couper lately held of them ; to hold for the term of 61 years, at
an annual rent of 4s. [49.]

No witnesses.

Small red seal ; a double cross rising from an orb.

1386. 29 March, "die Jovis pr. p. f. S. Marci Ewang.," 9 Rich.
II. At Winchester.

Lease from Joan Haywode, widow of Walter Haywode of
Sombourne, to Richard Clyvele, citizen of Winchester, and Agnes
his wife, of all her tenement with a garden in Calpestrete, between
the tenement of Will. Wynchestre on N. and the gardens of
Hugh Gran and Alianor Nutle on S., and the gardens of the
Hospital of St. John of Winchester and of Edw. Pykard on W. ;
to hold for the term of seven years; excepting a house called
la Kychene for putting hay in, together with a stable, whenever
she or any one of her family comes to the town ; paying annually
to her 13s. 4c?. and to the bailiffs of the city two shillings.

Witnesses: Walter Dolour, mayor, Will. Dolt and Walter



94 WINCHESTER, 1386-1470.

Drapier, bailiffs, Hugh Craan, Rich. Pachforde, John Poverell.
-[26.]

Two small red seals.

1386. 19 Aug., "die Domin. pr. p. f. Assumpt. B. Mar.,"
10 Rich. II. At Somborne Regis.

Power of attorney from Joan, who was the wife of Walter
Haywode, to Nich. Vyrly, chaplain, to receive seisin of the lands,
etc., in Spersholt, conveyed to her by Rich. Pancefot, Rich.
Scoteneye, and Will. Endurbi : [see among the deeds of King's
Somborne, A 42.] [29.]

Seal lost.

1444. 1 Apr., 22 Hen. VI. At Selborne, in the Chapter
House.

Lease from John, Prior of Selborne, and the Convent to
Robert Rysaw of Winchester, clerk, and Agnes his wife, of all
their tenement with a garden in the street called Shilworthstrete,
between the tenements of Peter Hulle, Stephen Eede, Rich. Gater,
Walter Hore, John Grenefeld, Rob. Colpays, John Parker, and
Thos. Gardener on N., and those of Joan, late wife of Will. Reson,
and of the said Rob. Rysaw and Agnes on S., and which extends
in length from Shilworthstrete on W. to the aforesaid tenements
of Peter, etc., on E. ; to hold for the term of 80 years, at an annual
rent of 4s.

No witnesses. [45.]

Two seals ; i, blank ; 2, initial M.

[c. 1460-70.] Three papers relating to a suit in Chancery
between the Mayor and Commonalty of Winchester, and William,
Bishop of Winchester, respecting the right of the latter to divert
a watercourse called the Arowe running to the city out of the
river Ichyu, and which the City claimed under grants from
Henry III and Edw. I, and the Bishop by a lease from one
Thomas Pounde, to whom it came from one Henry Wayte. All
in English. [63, formerly 59.]

1. The title of the Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty; (on
parchment).

2. The replication of the same to the answer of the Bishop ;
(draft, on paper).

3. The answer of the Bishop to their title ; (on parchment).



WINCHESTER, 1469-1500. 95

The descent of the Waytes is here given as follows :
Henry Wayte=



Will. Wayte=Alice



John =

I
John=

Thomas=
I

John=

William, who enfeoffed Thos. Pounde and others, who have let
the water and fishing to the Bishop.

1469. 30 Sept. Indenture of agreement between William,
Bishop of Winchester, and John Ticheborne, esq., that whereas
the said Bishop had by his letters patent of the same date
appointed the said John his feodary and bailiff of his liberty or
franchise of his church of Winchester for life, it is nevertheless
agreed that the said Bishop shall have power at any time to
remove the said John or his deputy should he see fit. [60.]

Small red seal.

1483. 20 Aug. 1 Rich. III. Copy, on paper, of an assign-
ment from Will. Gunter, of Suthampton, merchant, and Alice his
wife, late wife and executrix of John Jamys, and one of the
daughters and co-heiresses of Rob. Rysaw and Agnes his wife, to
Simon Finche, of Winchester, hosier, and Joan his wife, of all the
remaining term of the lease from the Prior and Convent of
Selborne to the said Rysaw of three cottages with a garden in
Shilworthestrete. [See under date of 1 April, 1444, No. 45.]

Witnesses : John Stratford, mayor, John Cornysshe, Steph.
Branden, master Rich. Colnet, Rob. Anketill. [58.]

[1490-1500.] Letter, in English, from W[illiam] Toker [Fellow
of Magd. Coll.], to the King's Almoner and Pres. of Magdalen Col-
lege [Richard Mayew] mentioning that he has discovered the right
of the College to three tenements in Winchester which belonged to



96 WINCHESTER, 1556.

Selborne Priory ; and that " my lady of Romesey " has given him
a service of good value, in accepting which he hopes to have the
President's good will. [55.]

1556. 3 July, 2 and 3 Phil, and Mary. Lease from the Pres.
and Scholars of Magd. Coll. (in English) to Rob. Bithall, mayor of
the city of Winchester, Will. Goodwyn and Thomas Bathe, bailiffs,
and the commonalty of the same, of their two tenements in the
E. part of Showlworthstrete, between a garden of the city on S.,
a tenement of the city on N., the highway on W. and a garden
of the city on E. ; to hold for the term of 20 years at an
annual rent of 5s., on condition that the city shall within three
years build out of the two tenements one honest, competent, and
sufficient tenement, and keep the same in repair ; and thereupon
the said lease shall at the desire of the city be renewable for a
like term, reserving only such rents as the said tenements are now
let for. [50.]

Good impression of the city seal, in green.



INDEX.



INDEX.



Abendone, William de, witness, 55.

Ace, abbot of King's Beaulieu, wit-
ness, 49.

Achangre, James and William de ;
see Ochangre.

Achard, or Hachard, Nicholas, witness,
77) 79 bis, 80 ; mentioned, 82.

Achatour, see Catour.

Acley, or Akly, i.e., Church Oakley,
Hants, i.

Acly, or Ackely, or Ocly, Margery,
daughter of Gilibert de, grants and
seal, 29, 30 ; mentioned 24, 33.

Acra, Ralph de, witness, 81.

Acuto, Stephen de (?), 81.

Adam, son of Savaric de Bintworth,
see Bintworth.

Adam, a clerk, witness, 83.

Adgar, see Edgar.

Agenild, Richard son of, witness, 66.

Albign'(Aubigny), Philip de,witness,4.

Alcester, Thomas, 42 bis, 43.

Alexander, master, witness, 2.

Alexander, son of the master, see
Cole.

Alexander, Richard and Walter, sons
of ; see Fitz-Alexander.

Aliente, Lawrence de, or Valience, q.-v.

Alis, Roger, witness, 63, 64, 65 bis.

Alis, Thomas, son of Roger, witness,

65-

Almaric, or Aumaric, Earl of Glouces-
ter, q.v.

Almere, Walter de, witness, 44.
Alresford, Hants, 62, document dated

there, 7.

Alton, Hants, see Aweltone ; Beech ;
Thedden.

42 bis, 61, 62.

Bedeldune, or Bideldone, la, 29,

41.

Dabere, la, 29.

Alton, John, the clerk of, witness, 42.
Alured (of Bromdean), 46.
Alveryche, Henry, witness, 70.
Aly, Richard, grant, 68.



Amic, master, witness, i.

Amington (Avington ?), Hants, 61.

Andrew, rector of St. Peter's, Win-
chester, 79.

Anesi, or Deansi, or Danesi, Peter d',
witness, 30, 31, 76.

Anesi, Thomas d', grant, 76; seal, ib.

Aneville, John de, witness, 2.

Angod, the fisherman, 75.

Anketill, Robert, witness, 95.

Anna, or Aune, Lawrence, mayor of
Winchester, witness, 83, 84.

Anne, Nicholas de, witness, 49.

Anne, or Aune, Thomas de, 89 ; wit-
ness, 88 ; seal, 88 bis ; agreement,
88 ; Juliana, his wife, ib.

Arderne, John, n, 12 bis.

Arnold, John, 70.

Arundel (Thomas Fitz-Alan), earl of,

43-
Arundel, William de, de la Wyke,

witness, 31, 32 bis, 37 bis, 38 ter,

39 bis, 40, 53, 55, 56, 58, 67.
Asche, John atte, 21.
Astone, Sir Richard de, warden of

Winchester, witness, 84 bis, 85.
Atethorne, Gilbert, see Thome.
Attebeche, Beatrice, see Seman.
Atteputte, Henry, see Putte.
Aubyn, Philip, mayor of Winchester,

witness, 90, 91.

Audeli, Walter de, witness, 64.
Aueltone, John de, clerk, witness, 28,

29 bis, 32, 34, 36 ; mentioned, 30.
Aweltone, Richard de, son of John,

witness, 24, 25, 28, 29, 57.
Auueltone, Robert, son of John de,

witness, 30.

Aula, Geoffrey de, witness, 36.
Aula, Ralph de, of Bintworth, witness,

27.

Aula, Simon de, witness, 38, 61.
Aula, see also Hall.
Aumari, Robert de, justice, 63.
Aynolf , Walter, grant of glebe-land to

the church of Basingstoke, 16, and

warranty, ib; seal with name as

Enol, ib.

H2



100



INDEX.



Babelake, John, 70.

Bagemere, John de, witness, 21.

Bailo, Gilbert de, 63.

Baiun, or Baion, William, witness, 25

bis, 26, 27, 29, 30, 33, 51, 57, 76.
Baker, Adam, witness, 70.
Baker, John, son of Gregory the, 80.
Baker, Robert the, witness, 83.
Baker, William, son of Gregory the,

witness, 80.
Bal, Robert le, or Sir Robert le Bal,

witness, 32, 77, 79 bis, 80, 86.
Bali, Robert de, witness, 5.
Balun, William de, witness, 46.
Bannebure, Geoffrey de, witness, 81.
Basing (including sometimes Basing-
stoke). See Chinham.

Inquisition respecting a vacancy

in the church, I.

rector, William de St. Mary
Church, i,2; vicar, Philip de
Lucy, 2; vicar, Simon, 17;
vicar of Basing and Basing-
stoke, Rich le Beel or Bel, 9, 21 .
the church granted to the abbey
of Mount St. Michael, 2 bis ;
granted by the abbey to the
bishop of Winchester, 3, 4, and
by him to the priory, 4, 5, 15.
confirmation of the grant to
the priory, 10.

composition respecting the tithes,
A.D. 1254, 7 ; further composi-
tion as to tithes of Basing and
Basingstoke, A.D. 1269,9; or -
dinance respecting them, 9, 16,
21.
two chaplains at the parish church,

'7-

William, bailiff, witness, 21.
deeds dated there, 1,3, 15.
Benefeld, 8 ; Benefield, or Benet-

field, Great, 7 bis, 8, 14, 15.
Bradebridge, 7, 8 bis, 14, 15.
la Clithe, or Clyve, 4, 9.
Ellenestrubbe, 3, 10, 20.
Fermdone, la, 7, 14.
Garstons, 12.
Honihegge, 7.
Hostre, la, house, 7.
Hunilonde, 5.
Kyngesforlong, 7, 14.
Likeputte, 8 bis.
Neulonde, la, 8.
Oxfold, 4.
Rudinge, de la, 8.



Basing, Hamo de, witness, 3 bis, 4, 5
bis, 7, 15, 1 8, 19 bis, 20, mentioned,
4 ; John, his son, witness, 7, 18.
Basing, John de, witness, 10.
Basing, Sir Ralph de, knt., witness,
7, 9, 82 ; acknowledgement of his
holding in Basing from the priory
of Selborne, 8; mentioned, 12.
Basing, Roger, the clerk of, the chapel
of Nateley granted to him, i ; wit-
ness, 2.

Basing, William de, prior of Sel-
borne, 10.

Basingstoke, the advowson granted by
the abbey of Mount St. Michael to
the bishop of Winchester, 3, 4, and
by him to Selborne priory, 4, 5, 15,
and confirmed by the Pope, 16.
leases of the rectory, 22 bis.
tithes, see Basing,
grant of glebe-land, 16.
two chaplains, 17.
chapel of the Holy Ghost, 16, 17.
chapel of the Holy Trinity, 17, 18.
document dated there, 10.
Brokeneberze, 15, 20 bis.
Hyghehamme, or Ghehannye, 19,
Medfurlong, 18 bis. [20.

Mullefeld, 22.
Northfeld, 19.
Punham, 16.
Todefford, 18 bis.
Tylhangre, 19.

Sir Peter, vicar, witness, 7, 9.
William, provost, 19, witness, 19,


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