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annual rent; for this donation the said abbot gave her 13 pence,
(c. 1250.) Ch. g^j.

Robert, son of William Gernun of Pylecot, appoints Walter, keeper
of the manor of Wycham, of the abbey of Colchester, his attorney,
to pay to sir Richard de Hecham 2 id. of annual rent, &c., from a
tenement in Wycham. (c. 1260.) Ch. 96.

Roger, son of sir AVilliam de Cottun, quit-claims to the abbot and
convent of Colchester all right in a tenement which Thomas Gernum
sold to the said abbot and convent.

Dated at Cottun the Sunday next after the feast of St. Luke
the evangelist, 51 Hen. III. Ch. 103.

Theobald del Grene grants to William, the abbot, and the convent
of St. John, Colchester, one piece of land in Wycham at Pykedoc, in
exchange for one piece in Wycham in *Helle.' (c. 1270.) Ch. 99.



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Robert de Mendlesham grants to the abbey of Colchester, in frank-
almoigne, 4c?. annual rent in the village of Skeyth received from
Thomas de Skeyth, chaplain, for a certain meadow held of him in the
same village, (c. 1270.) Ch. 100.

Robert, son of John de Mendlesham, attorns the abbot of St. John,
Colchester, or his bailiffs, to take 21c?. of annual rent in Wicham from
Robert, formerly the son of William Gemun of Thornham, or his heirs.
(c. 1270.) Ch. 126.

Robert de Mendlesham grants to the church of St. John Baptist,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne^ John Costi and Robert Costi, sons of
Roger Costi of Wikham, his villeins, with the whole of their belongings
and with all their tenements which they held in the village of Wikham.
{c. 1270.) Ch. 126*.

Robert de Mendlesham grants to the church of St. John of Colchester
in frankalmoigne 4d. of annual rent in Wycliam, arising from a
messuage and land held by Walter Long. (c. 1270.) Ch. 127.

Robert de Mendlesham grants to the church of St. John Baptist of
Colchester the homage and service of Osbert de Brodoc, viz. 3s. annual
rent for the whole tenement held of him in AVicham, and 4c?. annual
rent from Thomas de Sceyth, chaplain, and his heirs, and 4d. from
Walter Long, and 4d. from Adam Gretheld, also iSd. from John
Costi and Robert his brother, as well as certain services, also 2d. from
William Bissop, for lands in Wicham. To hold the same in frank-
almoigne. (c. 1270.) Ch. 128.

Walter Manser of Wicham grants to the abbey of St. John, Colchester,
in frankalmoigne, the land which Thomas Orger sometime held of him
in Wicham, except the fourth part which Roger Hoese held. (c. 1270.)

Ch. loi.

Martin de Orene quit-claims to Robert the abbot, and convent of
St. John, Colchester, 3d of annual rent from two pieces of land in
Wycham. For this concession the said abbot and convent gave 3s.
sterling, (c. 1270.) Ch. 131.

Thomas Gernum, son of William Gernum of Great Thornham, grants
to the abbot and monks of St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, the
whole of that tenement which he held of Robert Gernum his brother
in the village of Wicham, which William le Pomeni formerly held ;
paying annually to the said Robert his brother 2 3j(Z. for all services,
(c. 1270.) Ch. 132.

Robert Gemun, formerly son of William Gernun of Tornham, grants
to the abbey of St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, the whole of a
tenement which his brother Thomas held of him in the village of
Wicham. (c. 1270.) [Seal.] Ch. 132*.

Baldrick the smith of Wycham grants to the abbot and convent of
St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, the homage of Thomas del
TJverhus, and service of ^id. annual rent from a piece of land in
Wycham at Bradegate. (c. 1270.) Ch. 133.

Robert de Wyverdstone grants to the abbot and convent of St.



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John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, one piece of a meadow in Skeyth.
(c. 1270.) Ch. 134^

Robert, son of Walter of Wykham, grants to the abbot and monks
of St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, ^d. of annual rent which
Thomas Gernun was accustomed to pay for a certain tenement in
"Wykham. (c. 1270.) Ch. 136.

Robert de Wyvardeston grants to the abbot and convent of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, 12c?. of annual rent from Benedict, son
of Reyner de Skeith, which he was accustomed to pay for a messuage
which he held of him in the village of Skeith. (c. 1270.) Ch. 138,

Robert, son of John, son of Manser de Mendlesham, grants to the abbot
and convent of St. John, Colchester, 4(Z. of annual rent from a piece
of land which Adam Gretlield held in Wycham. (c. 1270.) Ch. 139,

Robert de Wiverdiston and Ascelia his wife quit-claim to the
abbot and convent of St. John, Colchester, all right in a piece of
arable land in Wicham ; for this acquittance the abbot and convent
gave IIS. 6d. of silver.

Dated at Wicham the day of the Nativity of the B. V. M., 7 Ed. I,

Ch. 107,

Robert de Scheyt grants to Robert, the abbot, and the convent of
St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, his meadow lying in the meadow
of Scheyt in the village of Wycham. (c. 1280.) Ch. 130.

Nicholas de Bedefeud grants to the abbot and monks of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, all those lands and tenements which were
formerly Richard le Warenner's in Wycham, which he had by the gift
of Robert Russel, son and heir of the said Richard. Also 2 acres of
land in Wickham with a rent of id., paying annually to John Gernun
and his heirs 6d. per annum, and ilb. of cummin, &c. (c. 1 280.) Ch. 135.

William de Grene of AVycham grants to the abbot and convent of
St. John, Colchester, one piece of meadow lying in a meadow called
Holemedue, paying annually to him and his heirs one penny, (c. 1 280.)

Ch. 137.

Robert de Wyverdeston grants to the abbot and monks of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, all his right in certain land in Wycham,
(c. 1280.) Ch. 140.

Emma Crumme quit-claims to the abbot and monks of St. Jolm,
Colchester, the whole tenement which she holds of William Cottun in
Wicham. (c. 1280.) Ch. 141.

Thomas, son of Theobald de la Grene of Wycham, grants to the abbot
and monks of St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, ^d. of annual rent,
namely, 2d. from a piece of land which John de la Grene held, and 2d.
from land which Thomas le Porter held, \d. from Nicholas le Goldsmith,
and \d. from Richard called the clerk, (c. 1280.) Ch. 143.

Roesia, relict of Manser de Skeyth, quit-claims to the abbot and
convent of St. John, Colchester, all her right in a tenement which
Manser sold to the said abbot in frankalmoigne. (c. 1280.) Ch. 144.

Augustus grants to the abbot and convent of St. John of

Colchester one piece of land in in frankalmoigne. (c 1280.)

Ch. 144*,
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John Gernun of Wickham grants to the abbot and convent of St.
John of Colchester, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his land which
Richard le Warner held of him in Wickham, together with lod. of
annual rent which the said Richard was accustomed to pay to him.
(c. 1280.) Ch. 145.

Thomas, son of William Gernum of Thornham, grants to the abbey
of St. John of Colchester all his right in one piece of land in the
village of Wicham. (c. 1280.) Gh. 148.

Charter by which ...... de Wickham grants in frankalmoigne to

the abbot of St. John of Colchester land in Sckeyt in the parish of
Wickham. (c. 1280.) [Nearly/ illegible.] Ch. 1^2,

Walter le Lung of Wicham grants to the abbot and monks of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, one acre of land in Wicham. (c. 1290.)

Ch. 149.

John de la Grene of Wicham grants to the abbot and convent of
St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, 2\d. annual rent from Vincent
Ailwy of Wicham for a certain piece of land lying in Wicham.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of St. Philip and St. James,
26 Ed. L Ch. 142.

Martin de Grene of Wykham grants to the abbot and convent of
St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, certain land, tenements, &c.,
in Wykham, paying for the same a root of ginger at Easter, (c. 1280-
1300.) Ch. 98.

Muriel, lately the wife of Walter Manser of Wicham, quit- claims to
the abbot and convent of Colchester all her right in lands, rents, &c.,
in the village of Wicham. (c. 1 280-1 300.) Ch. 102.

John Gernum of Wicham, son of Thomas, grants to the abbot
and convent of St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, 5J acres
of land lying in the field called ' Cuntecrofte.' (c. 12 80-1 300.)

Ch. 104.

Robert de Skeyt, son of Hubert, formerly parson of Wiverston,
grants to Robert le Goldsmit of Wicham 5 roods of meadow in
Cuccukes-medwe, paying annually to the abbot and convent of St. John,
Colchester, ^d. (c. 1 280-1 300.) Ch. 105.

William, son of William del Grene de Wychara, grants to the
abbot and convent of St. John, Colchester, one piece of land in
Wycham, in a meadow called ' Smaleraeduue,' for ever. (c. 1280-
1300.) ^^- io6-

Matilda Prede of Wicham grants to the church of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, two pieces of meadow in Wicham.
(c. 1300.) C'A- 119-

Roger, son of sir William de Cotton, kt., grants to the church of
St. John, Colchester, 55. of annual rent from the tenements of John
de Boys of Wycham, Henry Hering and Agnes Mus, held of him in
Wycham. (c. 1300.) ^^' ^21.

Robert Lenveysie of Fingham quit-claims to the abbot and convent
of St. John of Colchester, in frankalmoigne, his right in one piece of
herbage in Wycham. (c. 1300.) Ch, 12^,



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Grant to the abbot and convent of Colchester in frankalmoigne of
certain land near Wycham. (c. 1300.) [Illegible.'] Ch. 124,

Manser de Skeyth grants to the abbot and convent of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, one piece of his meadow in Wycham.
(c. 1300.) Ch. 125.

William de Wicham grants to the abbot and convent of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, 4c?. of annual rent from one acre of land
in Wicham. (c. 1300.) Ch. 129.

Matilda, daughter of grants to Robert, abbot of the church

of St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, i^d. of annual rent, and
one piece of land in Wicham. (c. 1300.) Ch. 146.

Robert, son of William Gernun de Thornham, grants to the abbot
and convent of St. John, Colchester, his tenement in Wicham which
William Romays sometime held. (c. 1300.) Ch. 147,

William le Lung of Wicham grants to the abbot of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, one acre of land in Wicham. (c. 1300.)

Ch. 150.

Robert de Wyverdston, son of Alice Hacon, quit-claims to the church
of St. John, Colchester, all his right in 6d. of annual rent for 2 pieces
of land in Wycham. (c. 1300.) Ch. 151.

Robert de Skeyth quit-claims to the abbot and convent of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, 12c?. of annual rent from John Daye,
smith, and from William the chaplain, son of Odo Godenal of Wycham,
for two acres which the said John held in the field called * Newecroft,'
and for one acre in the same field which the said William likewise
held of him. (c. 1305.) Ch. 122.

Robert de Wyvarstum grants in frankalmoigne to Robert, the abbot,
and the monks of St. John, Colchester, the whole of his wood at
Asinghage in Wycham. (c. 1305-10.) Ch. 108.

Costi de Wicham grants to sir Robert, the abbot, and the church of
St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, 4c?. of annual rent from two
messuages in Skeyt. [c. 1305-10.] Ch. 109.

Robert de Skeyth, formerly sou of the parson of Wyvardestou, grants
to the abbot and monks of St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne,
one acre of wood in Wycham. (c. 13 10.) Ch. no.

Martin del Grene of Wicham grants to the abbot and convent of
St. John, Colchester, in frankalmoigne, one piece (or perch) of a field
in Wicham. (0.1310.) Ch. 1 11.

William Turgis quit-claims to the abbot and convent of St. John,
Colchester, all right to i2d. annual rent which John Gernum was
accustomed to pay to him for 2 J acres of land in Wicham, (c. 13 10.)

Ch. 112.

Matilda grants to the abbot and convent of St. John,

Colchester, one piece of laud in (Wycham ?) called ' Sond lond.'
(c. 13 10.) C7i. 113.

Robert de Scheyt grants to the abbot and convent of St. John,
Colchester, in frankalmoigne, half an acre of wood lying under

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Asnehaye. For this concession the said abbot and convent relaxes
an aonual rent of 2d. which he was accustomed to pay them for
a tenement held of them inWicham. (c. 1310.) Ch. 114.

Richard de Bosco of Thevyt grants to the abbot and monks of St. John
of Colchester all right and claim in the whole tenement which William
Pikoc and Robert Ailvvy held in Wicham. (c. 13 10.) Ch. 115.

Roger de Cotton grants to the abbot and convent of Colchester, in
frankalmoigne, one piece of meadow in the meadow of Scheit which
. . . de Rysing his brother held of him. (c. 1310.) Ch. 116.

Robert de Skeyth grants to the abbot and convent of St. John,
•Colchester, in frankalmoigne, a piece of a meadow in Skeyth in the
parish of Wycham. (c. 1300-10.) Ch. 11 "j.

Thomas Gemnn grants to Roger de Berton, clerk, for his homage
and service and ten marks, the half of the whole land which was
Ralph Gernuu s his uncle in Wicham, with the capital messuage, of the
fee of the abbot and monks of Colchester, and the homage and service
of Thomas Cupin, paying annually to him and his heirs 4s. 6d. and
certain services. Besides he grants to the said Roger the whole of the
land which Ralph his uncle held of William Kenman in Wicham, and
the homage and service of Peter Holegate at an annual rent of 3c?.
Also he gave the half of three acres which the said Ralph his uncle
held of Odo for 6d. annually. Also he granted one acre of land
alongside the wood which is called ' Keteleshage ' of the fee of Baldric
de Horford, paying annually one penny. Also he gives to the said
Roger one acre of land in Wicham of the fee of the lord of Mendlesham
for 4d. per annum, &c. (c. 13 10.) Ch. 118.

Baldric Fuk (?) grants to the abbot and convent of Colchester, in
frankalmoigne, the homage of Thomas del .... and service of 2:|c?.
annual rent from one piece of ground in Wicham. (c. 13 10.) Ch. 120.

Indenture witnessing that Walter, the abbot, and convent of St. John,
Colchester, have demised to Alice Dale of W^ykham and others their
manor of Wykham with the rectory of the same village, together with
all that belongs to it, as is contained in a certain schedule attached,
for 28 years, paying annually in money £7 13s. 4c?., and certain pay-
ments in kind.

Dated at Colchester, 20 Jan., 2 Rich. III. Ch. 153.

Indenture witnessing that Walter, the abbot, and convent of St. John,
Colchester, demise to farm to Alice Dale of Wick ham and John her
son the whole of the manor of AVickham with the rectory of the same
village, &c., for 20 years, paying annually £6 135. ^d. and certain
wheat and oats, &c.

Dated at Colchester the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Dionisius, 12 Ed. IV. Ch. 154.

Robert, the abbot, and convent of St. John, Colchester, manumit
Simon Dale of Wykham, in co. Suffolk, saving that all the lands and
tenements which the said Simon holds by the rod in Wykham shall
be held at the will of the said abbot and convent.

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Indenture made 26 Aug., 25 Hen. VIII., by which Thomas, the abbot,
and convent of Colchester demise a pightell and two acres of land in
AVikeham, according to the custom of the manor. Ch. 156.

Indenture m.ade 20 July, 25 Hen. VIII, by which Thomas, the abbot,
and convent of Colchester grant to Robcrd Braine of Wikeham
Skeigh, and John his son, five acres of land in Wikeham to be held
according to the custom of the manor, paying the usual rent, &c.

Ch. 157.

PRIORY OF SS. PETER AND PAUL OF HORKESLEY

FORDHAM (Little). Laurence de S. Martino, bishop of Rochester,
confirms to the prior and monks of Horkesley, in frankalmoigne, half
an acre of land in Little Fordham. (c. 1260.) Ch. 43.

HORKESLEY. Robert, son of Godebold, and Beatrix his wife
give to Grod and St. Mary, and the monks of Thetford belonging to the
church of Cluniac, all their churches, &c., for the souls of the King;
their ancestors, parents, and friends, upon condition that the prior of
Thetford, with tbe consent of the convent, should send as many monks
to serve God in the church of St, Peter, Horkesley (Horchesleia), as
the place would conveniently maintain ; and for their common sub-
sistence they assigned their otlier churches of Wiston (Wisetona)^
Assildeham, with 60 acres of land, and the half of the church of
Boxsted (Bocbesteda), the whole of the tithes of their lordship of
Boxsted, and Beatrix gave the Whole of the tithe of her marriage
portion, and of the land which Turold her uncle gave her. Also they
gave the tithe of Foleton (Foletona) and Fordham, and ten solidates of
land in Roydon (Reidona). (c. 11 30.) [Foundation charter of the
priory of Horkesley, printed in the Monasticon, vol. v. p. 156.] Ch. 29.

Fragment of a confirmation to the church of St. Mary's and the
monks at Thetford of churches, tithes, &c. (c. 1130.) Ch. 29*.

Gilbert, bishop of London, confirms a gift of Robert, son of Robert,
of the half of the church of Bocsted to the priory of St. Peter,
Horkesley, and also the donations of Robert, son of Godbold, to the
same place as the charter of Richard his predecessor witnesses.
(c. 1170-80.) [Printed in the Monasticon, vol. v. p. 157.] Ch. 30.

Robert, son of Pliilip, grants and confirms to the monks of Thetford
at Horkesley, the churches, &c., which Robert, son of Godbold, and
Robert, son of Robert, and Philip, father of Robert, gave to them,
viz. Horkesley, Wysentone, Hessilden, and half of the church of Box-
stead, together with tlie whole of the tithes of his manor of Boxstead,
two parts of the tithes of the manor of Fordham, the whole of the
tithes of the marsh of Fulenesse, &c., in frankalmoigne. (c. 1 1 90.)

Ch. 33.

Fragment of a grant to the prior and monks of Horkesley. (c. 1220.)

Ch. 40.

Philip the tailor, son of Roger the tailor, of Horkesley, grants to
the church of St. Peter, Horkesley, and the monks there, the whole of
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Horkesley for the health of his bouI and of Emma, formerly his wife,
(c. 1230.) Ch. 38.

Fragment of a grant by Philip the prior and the monks of Horkes-
ley to Basilia ..... of ..... in the village of Horkesley. (c. 1230.)

Ch. 39.

Alan de Cresfeld, son of Henry de Cresfeld, grants to the church
and monks of St. Peter, Horkesley, in frankalmoigne, one piece of his
land in Horkesley. (c. 1240.) Ch. 40*.

Walter the merchant of Eyland holds himself bound to pay each
year to the prior and convent of Horkesley, 2.'?. of annual rent for four
acres of land in the field called ' Neyenacres.' (c. 1270.) Ch. 44.

Fragment of a letter of archbishop of Canterbury, (c. 1280.)

Ch. 48.

William, son of Robert de Mose, quit-claims to the prior and monks
of Horkesley id. of annual rent which he was accustomed to receive
from 2 crofts called ' Wodecroft.' (c. 1280.) Ch. 53.

Charter mutilated (c. 1240) but indorsed in a later hand as a
charter of concession of Alan de Cresfeld of a field called * Southfeld,' at
that time in the hands of the prior, viz. 8 Rich. IL Ch. 54.

Roger de Prestonhey of Horkesley grants to Roger . . . Hegg and

Christiana his wife a certain croft and land in the village of Horkesley.

Dated at Horkesley the Thursday next after the feast of St.

Barnabas, 24 Ed. III. , Ch. 59.

At a court for the honour of Reylegh, held 27 Oct., 39 Ed. Ill,
eame the prior of Horkesley and produced many charters showing that
the tenements which the prior and convent of Horkesley hold in
Horkesley of the aforesaid honour by knights' service, and for which
default in suit had been made, were given to the prior and convent by
Henry and Alan de Cresfeld in frankalmoigne, and the prior in his
own person made suit for the same. Ch. 60.

Alan, son of Henry de Cresfeld, grants to Robert, son of Philip, an
annual rent of ^d. which Richard, son of Hugh the chaplain, was accus-
tomed to pay for 3 acres of land in a field called * Little Quydinere,*
in the parish of Great Horkesley. (c. 1240.) Ch. 41.

John de Tewell of Great Horkesley grants to Robert for his

homage and service and two marks, the whole of his land in Great
Horkesley ; paying annually for the same 40?. for all service, (c. 1280.)

Ch. 45.

Fragment of a charter by which ..... egher and Matilda his wife

grant to the church of St. Peter, Horkesley land in Great

Horkesley in frankalmoigne. (c. 1260.) Ch. 50.

Confirmation by the prior and convent of Thetford of a sale made
by the prior and monks of Horkesley of three acres of land in Great
Horkesley to Richard de Preston, he paying annually for the same 12c/.
(c. 1270.) Ch. 51.

HORKESLEY (Little). Charter by which ..... grants to the
prior and monks of Horkesley the whole of a messuage and garden



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which was sometime Philip's, son of Roger the tailor of Little Hof kesley.
(c. 1270.) Ch. 49.

Alice, formerly wife of sir John de Watevylle, kt., grants to James

de Bures and Oliver de Stanweye, rector of 25. of annual

rent from Little Horkesley. (c. 1310.) \Ifutilated,'\ Ch. ^^.

William Renekyn of Little Horkesley grants to Robert Nitheheye
and Sarah his wife one piece of arable land lying in the village of
Little Horkesley, between the land of the prior of Horkesley on the
one side and the street called ' Heyestrete ' on the other.

Dated at Horkesley on the vigil of the apostles SS. Peter and

Paul 2 Ed. III. Ch. 56.

Adam Cook of Withermundeforde grants to Thomas Whot of
'Leyre del Hay,' Thomas Hancepe of Bergholte Saukevyll, and
John Hervy of Peldone, 5 acres of land in a field called ' Pyrifeld '
in the village of Little Horkesley.

Dated at Little Horkesley, 10 Nov., i Rich. II. Ch. 61.

Indenture between John de Rookwode of Stanfeld in the county of
Suffolk of the one part, and the prior and monks of Horkesley of the
other part, witnesseth that the said John enfeoffs "William Peek, vicar
of Wyston, and others, with the lands of John de Lacford which
descended to him by heirship, for the use of the prior and monks of
Horkesley, to celebrate for the souls of himself and others in the
church of Little Horkesley. [Mutilated.]

Dated the Wednesday on the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul,

3 Rich. IL Ch. 62.

Stephen Horsepet of Great Horkesley grants to Roger de Ware,

the prior, and canons of Horkesley the whole of his estate [' totum

statum meum '] in one croft of land containing half an acre lying in

the village of Little Horkesley.

Dated at Little Horkesley the Sunday next before the feast of

St. Barnabas, 9 Rich. II. Ch. 63.

Stephen Horsepet of Great Horkesley quit-claims to Roger de Ware,

the prior, and monks of St. Peter, Horkesley, all his right in one

croft of land lying in the village of Little Horkesley.

Dated at Little Horkesley the Sunday on the feast of St. John the
Baptist, 10 Rich. II. Ch. 64.

Joan Botyngham of Wythermondeford grants to Roger de Ware,
the prior, and monks of Horkesley the whole of her right in two
pieces of land in Little Horkesley called ' Gunmanmedwe.'

Dated at Little Horkesley the Thursday on the feast of St. Gregory,

pope, 1 1 Rich. IL Ch. 64*.

HWINERMERES. William, constable of Hwinermeres, grants

to the church of St. Peter, Horkesley, in frankalmoigue, 20 acres of

land in Hwynermeres of the fee of sir John de Nevile. (c. 1200.)

a. 35.
William, constable of Hwinermers, grants to the prior and monks
of Horkesley in frankalmoigue certain lands and rents in the villages
of Hwinermers, Eyland, Shelleg', Horkesley, and Reydon, for re-
freshment, providing of candles and masses, (c. 1220.) Ch. 36.



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The will of William the constable of Hvvimerse — body to be buried
in the chapel of the Virgin Mary of the monks of Horkesleigh.
(c. 12 20.) Ch. 37.

Convention (indented) between Robert, the prior, and convent of
Horkesley of the one part, and Robert, son of Thomas de Stokes, of
the other, witnesseth that the prior and convent have demised to the
said Robert 2 acres of land in the village of "Winerneris for 10 years
at 6c?. per annum. Dated 23 Hen. IIL Ch. 42.

"William Brun of Hwinermers grants to the prior and monks of
Horkesley all his right in one acre of meadow which he held of them
in Alvenesfeu in frankalmoigne ; for this quit-claim the said prior and
monks gave to him 405. sterling.

Dated the month of June, 12 Ed. L Ch, 52.

KINGWERT (Marsh of). Robert, son of Philip, certifies to W.,
bishop of London, that the prior and monks of Horkesley are the



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