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rightful owners of the marsh of Kingwert by the gift of himself and
his ancestors, and prays the said bishop to protect them in the same.
(c. 1 2 10.) Ch. 34.

NEYLOND. Mutilated manor court roll for the manor of
[Neylond X] held the St. Dionisius Hen. VIII. Ch. 66.

THETFORD (Priory of). Letter of Baldrick, archdeacon of
Leicester, reciting a convention between the monks of Thetford and
Hugh the priest, concerning 2 parts of the lordship of William, son
of Herbert of Tuick' [Twycross], made before him, by which Hugh
holds the lordship of the monks of Thetford for an annual rent of 3s.
(c. 1 1 60.) Ch. 31.

WISTON. Confirmation of Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, of
the appropriation of the church of Wiseham, Norwich dioc, to the
monks of Thetford at Horkesley. [Deed recites the appropriation by
the bishop of Norwich.] Ch. 32.

Geoffrey L angel and Juliana his wife grant to Robert Russel and
Emma his wife, for their homage and service and half a mark of silver,
one piece of land which Walter de Caune of Neylond sometime held
in the village of Wystune, lying in the field which is called * Prestfeld.'
(c. 1280.) Ch. 44*.

^ John, son of William of Horkesley, grants to the prior and monks
of Horkesley all claim in one acre of land which he holds of them
under the park of Wysetone.

Dated at Horkesley, St. Hilary's day, 1284. Ch. 46.

Philip de Wistone, chaplain, grants to Agnes, daughter of John of
Dunham, his nephew, the whole of his messuage, &c. in the parish of
Wis ton.

Dated at Wiston the Sunday next after the feast of St. Andrew,
3 Ed. IIL Ch. 57.

Certificate of Nicholas Derraan, bachelor of decrees, stating that at
the Visitation of John, bishop of Norwich, held at Ipswich 20 Jan.



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ESSEX.
14 18 (1), the prior and convent of Horkesley produced their evidences
of the appropriation of the church of Wyston to their priory.

Dated same day. Ch. 65.

WYTHERMONDEFORD. William ...... mundeford grants

to William .of land lying in the village of Wythermundeford,

paying annually for the same 2 id. for all services, (c. 1 250.) Gh. 48*.

William, son of Alan le Paumer of Wirmundeford, grants to Philip,
son of Piiilip of Horkesley, for his homage and service and for 4
marks and 40c?,, four acres of land lying in the village of Wider-
mundeford in a field called ' Westfeld;' paying annually i2d. for all
service, (c. 1280-90.) [Mutilated.l ^^- 47-

Philip, son of .... of Horkesley, grants nth year of Edward I to
John .... of Wycham and .... his wife two acres of arable land in
the parish of Wythermundeford. Ch. 51*.

Emma le Palmere, daughter of William le Palmere of Wither-
mundeford, grants to John atte Roch de Depholt her messuage, lands,
&c., in Withermundeford.

Dated at Withermundeford on the morrow of St. Barnabas the

apostle, 22 Ed. I. Ch. 58.

Stephen le Cook, son and heir of John le Cook of Wythermondeford,

grants to sir John Sakevile, rector of Wereholte Sakevill, and Adam le

Cook, and John Oliver of Staneweye, a tenement and all that appertains

to it in the village of Withermondeford.

Dated there on the feast of the Invention of the Cross, 35 Ed. III.
Ch. 59*.

HORKESLEY (Great) and STOKE-NAYLAND. Names
of the tenants, and descent of property given to the priory of
Horkesley in the villages, of Great Horkesley and Stoke-Neylond.
(9 grants inrolled. c. 1380.) Essex Bolls, 16.

{a) John Prentys and Rose his wife hold 4 acres of land called
' Parrokyslond,' formerly called Monkeslond, in the village of Great
Horkesley, at an annual rent of 25. The said land was the gift of
Henry de Cresfeld, son of Roger the cook of Great Horkesley.

(6) Agnes Chaunbirleyn, formerly wife of Robert Chaunbirleyn of
Great Horkesley, and now wife of Adam Ferror of Langham, holds
3 acres of land, formerly John Smith's, in Great Horkesley in the
field called ' Parrokysfeld,' at an annual rent of lod. The said land
was the gift of the above Henry de Cresfeld.

(c) John Poygnaunt of Great Horkesley holds one messuage with a
garden adjacent which was formerly William atte Hege's, at an
annual rent of 2 s. and suit at court.

(d) Richard Sewyne of Great Horkesley holds one messuage with a
garden, and 2 crofts of about six acres of arable land called ' Fulleris-
lond,' in the village of Great Horkesley, which was formerly William
atte Hege's, at an annual rent of 3s. 6d. and suit at court.

(e) Richard Sewyne holds one cottage called ' Droryes ' with a garden



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in Great Horkesley which was formerly "William atte Hege's, at an
annual rent of id. and suit at court.

(/) Richard Whytere holds one croft of land containing one acre
called ' Wondreslond ' in the village of Great Horkesley at an annual
rent of 4d. The said rent was the gift of Henry, son of Roger de
' Stoke, to the priory.

(g) Walter Waryn, deyer, holds 2 acres of land in the village of Stoke
Neylond in a field called * Wyndmellefeld,' at an annual rent
of 2S. ^d. The said rent first came to the priory by the gift of
Roger, son of Henry de Stoke.

(h) Hugh Shepherd, son of Thomas Shepherd of Neylond, holds 3
acres of arable in a field called ' "Wyndmelefeld ' in the village of
Stokeneylond, at an annual rent of i2d. The said rent was the gift
of Walter, son of Richard Marescall of Stokes.

(t) William atte Hach Barker of Neylond, son of Robert atte hach,
holds one acre of land in Stoke Neylond, in the said field called
' Wyndmellefeld.' [Mutilated.]

IT A YL AND. Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of
Eylond or Neylond, being returns to inquisitions held respecting
rights and claims of the prior and monks of Horkesley, from 44
Hen. IIL to 9 Ed. II. Bolls, 17.

(a) That Simon, the prior, and the monks of Horkesley have had
common of pasture in the forest of Cesterweld from the time of
Robert, formerly of Essex.

Dated on the morrow of St. Mary Magdalen, 1260.

(b) That neither Simon, the prior of Horkesley, nor his predecessors,
ever made suit in the coui-t of Eylond for which a distraint had
been levied.

Dated the Tuesday after the feast of the translation of St. Thomas
the martyr, 1263.

(c) Concerning the right of common in the forest of Cesterweld as (a).

Dated St. Ambrose's day, 18 Ed. I.

{d) That William del Hegge held his land, namely ' FoUereslond,' with
one messuage of the prior of Horkesley, and that it is of the fee of
Reyleye. Dated St. Ambrose's day, 18 Ed. I.

(e) That the prior of Horkesley is not bound to repair a certain bridge

in Horkesley between the priory of Horkesley and the house of

Robert de Cresfeld. [Undated.]
{/) That Henry, the prior of Little Horkesley, and his servant, are

quit of the charge of taking with dogs, and shooting with arrows,

a hare at Great Horkesley.

Dated the Tuesday on the feast of St. Peter in cathedra, 23 Ed. I.

(g) That William del Hegge holds his messuage and other land of the
prior of Horkesley, and that he owes nothing to the king, but the
* regal ' and other services belong to the prior and monks, and from
time immemorial they were so seised.

Dated the Tuesday after the feast of the Circumcision, 24 Ed.L



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{h) That the prior and convent of Horkesley do not hold any
tenement for which they owe suit to the court of Neylond.
Dated the Monday on the morrow of the Holy Trinity, 1316.

(^) Copy of inquisition (6) attached to the roll.
{k) Copy of inquisition (a) attached to the roll.
(Z) Copy of inquisition (6) entered on the back of the roll.

PRIORY OF ST. MARY MAGDALEN, STANESGATE.

BURTHFELD. Philip de Boville grants to the church and monks
of St. Mary Magdalen, Stanesgate, in frankalmoigne, the whole of the
land which Nicholas de Boville his father bought of "William de
Boville, viz. 3 acres and one rood in Burthfeld, which lies near the
land of John the smith, and extends itself towards Maldon. (c. 1230.)

Ch. 70.

MESSING. Convention between the prior and convent of Colne,
Essex, and the prior and monks of Stanesgate, concerning the payment
of 7s. annual rent for tithes in the parish of Messing.

Dated at Colne the Sunday next after the feast of St. Botulph,
5 Ed. 11. Ch. 74.

STANESGATE, Bartholomew de Baddlesmere grants to the
church and monks of Stanesgate, his mill which is of the fee of
Stanesgate, paying annually one c ... or 2 dl. for all services : for this
grant the said monks gave to him loos. sterling, (c. 1240.) Ch. 69.

STEEPLE. Confirmation of "William, bishop of London, to the
prior and monks of Stanesgate of the great and little tithes from the
lordship of Ralph, son of Brian, in the parish of Steple, saving to the
monks of the Holy Trinity of the hill of Rouen their tithes of the
land of "William de Smalebrig in the parish of Messing, (c. ijzio.)

Ch. 67.

Confirmation of William, bishop of London, of the appropriation of
the church of Steple to the prior and monks of St. Mary Magdalen,
Stanesgate, namely all the land belonging to the church, and all the
great and little tithes of the lordship of Ralph, son of Brian, at Steple,
and of the lordship of Gilbert Foliot, and of the land of Maurice the
earl, and all the tithes of Ramingeseye, and the land called Aylewelond,
&c. (c. 1 2 10.) Ch. 68.

Gilbert Foliot grants to the church and monks of Stanesgate in
frankalmoigne two acres of land in the village of Stepeltune, which lies
near the land of the nuns of Clerkenwell. (c. 1230.) Ch. 71.

Peter, son of Gilbert Foliot, grants to the church and monks of

Stanesgate five acres of land which the clerk, son of Richard,

parson of Stepeltune, held of Gilbert his father in the village of
Stepeltune, and which had been given to them in frankalmoigne.
(c. 1230.) • Ch. 72.

"William Page grants to William de Petresfeld, the prior, and the



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monks of Stanesgate in frankalmoigne four acres of land in the village
of Steple, paying annually for the same 25. (c. 1260.) [Mutilated.]

Ch. 73.

Notarial instrument by Henry Northlode, dated 1403, Nov. . . .
and the i2tli year of Pope Boniface IX, concerning differences between
John, the prior of Stanesgate, and Walter Hervy, vicar of Stepyll.
[Mutilated.^ Ch. 77.

Geoffrey Gossel}Ti, the prior, and the convent of Stanesgate grant to
Simon, vicar of Steple, all the tithes belonging to the lordships of
Steple and Wolshys or elsewhere, paying to the priory an annual
pension of 305. and . . .

Dated at Stanesgate the 20 .... 8 [Hen. lY?]. Ch. 78.

Award of Richard Skykhard, clerk, and "William Lege, arbitrators,
and William Berton, umpire, in a cause between Robert Chamberleyn,
prior of Stanesgate, of the one part, and John Stokhall, clerk, vicar of
Steple, of the other, by which the prior and convent are to pay
annually to the said John 405. and to have all the tithes, &c. of Steple,
Dated, 15 July, 15 Ed. IV. Ch. 79.

Bond entered into by John Stokall, clerk, vicar of Steple, Essex,
and Thomas Cawestone, sen., of Tyllyngham, yeoman, in a sum of £40,
to John, the prior of Stanesgate, and William Rery, of St. Laurence,
Essex, to abide an award concerning the tithes of Steple.

Dated, 15 Feb., 5 Hen. VII. Ch. 80.

Indenture dated i6th day of Hen. VII, by which sir

John Stokhall, vicar of Steple, demises to sir Henry Purford, parson
of Seynt Laurence in the said county, the tithes of certain lands within
the said parish of St. Laurence. Ch. 81.

Citation from Cardinal Wolsey, concerning a cause for the sub-
traction of the tithes of the parish church of Steple. [Mutilated.^

Dated at Charing -cross, 1522. Ch. 83.

TILLINGrHAM. Indenture made on the feast of St. Mary
Magdalen, 151 1, by which George Goodharste, the prior, and the
convent of Stanesgate demise to . John Ruddok, husbandman, a
tenement and ten acres of land in Tyllyngham for 35 years, at an
annual rent of 155. 4c?. Ch. 82.

TOTHAM (Great). James Chepman of Great Totham grants to
sir John de Lamar, chaplain, and John Swodman, all lands and
tenements which he had in Great Totham of the fee of the prior and
monks of Stanesgate.

Dated at Great Totham the Monday next after the feast of All
Saints, 47 Ed. III. Ch. 75.

Convention by which John de Lamar, chaplain, and John Swodman,
grant to William de Cantuaria, the prior, and the monks of Stanesgate
all their lands, tenements, rents, &c. in Great Totham for 100 years,
paying annually for the same 1 2 grains of pepper.

Dated at Stanesgate, 8 March, 48 Ed. III. Ch. 76.



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ESSEX.

PRIORY OF ST. MARY AND ST. LEONARD, AT
THOBY.

GING-ES. Michael Capra, Rohesia his wife, and William his son
and heir, grant to the church of St. Mary and St. Leonard in their
wood of Ginges, and to Tobias, the prior, and brethren there, one hide
of land about the said church, exempt from all secular service, and
pannage for 40 hogs, and full pasture for all cattle that should be
given them, and tithes of hay and the mill, and wood for their fire,
for the health of their souls, (c. 1142-50.) [Foundation charter,
directed to Robert, bishop of London.^ Ch. 165.

Mutilated charter, being a confirmation of the grant of Michael
Capra and his wife (see no. 165) and other benefactors to the prioiy
of Thoby. (c. 1150.) Gh. 166.

Adam, the prior of St. Leonard, and convent of Ginges, grant to Helie
de Chunten, clerk, the perpetual vicarage of Ginges, he paying annually
to the priory a pension of five-marks, [c. 1180-90.] Ch. 167.

William de St. Albans, clerk, grants in frankalmoigne to the church
of St. Mary and St. Leonard of Gynge Monteyngey, 1 2d. of annual
rent from his land called ' Le Eldelond,' of the fee of the said canons.
Dated at Tobye on the morrow of the Epiphany, 26 Ed. I.

Ch. 168.

PRIORY OF ST. MARY AND ST. NICHOLAS OF
TIPTREE.

BLOITNTESHAL. Roger de Billingford grants to the church
of St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptre, for the souls of himself, his
ancestors and successors, the homage and whole of the service which
John, son of Godinge, was accustomed to pay to the said Roger for
three acres of land in Blounteshal which he held of him. (c. 1220.)

Ch. 3.

BRAXTED (Great). Richard de Gibbecrake grants to Richard
de Ewell and Albreda his wife, for 40 marks sterling, the whole of his
tenement which he has in the village of Great Braxtede of the gift of
Geoffrey de Aungre. (c. 1240.) Ch. 12*.

Roger, son of William, the clerk of Kellenedun, grants to the church
of St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptre in frankalmoigne six pence of

annual rent which Fabian was accustomed to pay for a

tenement in the village of Great Brakestede. (c. 1260.) [Mutilated.^

Ch. 13.

son of Agnes de Marmes of Braxtede, grants to Richard de

Ewelle and Albreda his wife .... of land in the village of Great
Braxtede. For this charter the said Richard and Albreda gave 405.
sterling, (c. 1260.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 14.

Isabella, daughter of William Fi-yemgn^ of Braxtede, grants to



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Richard de Ewelle and Albreda his wife ten acres of land in the village
ofBraxted, (c. 1260.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 1$.

Charter by which of Great Braxstede grants

six acres three of which lie in of Tiptre. (c. 1270.)

[Fragment.] Ch. 21.

Nicholas de Marynes, son of William de Marynes, quit-claims to
Randle de Montchesney and Albreda de Bassingborn his wife all his
right in two acres of arable land in Great Braksted.

Dated the Wednesday on the vigil of St. Luke, 13 Ed. i. Ch. 22,

Licence of mortmain granted to the prior and convent of Tiptre by
King Edward I. to hold a messuage and 149 acres of land and four
acres of wood in Great Braxstede, the gift of Randle de Montchesney
and Albreda his wife.

Dated at Westminster . . July, 30th year of his reign. Ch. 23.

An agreement (indented) between John, the prior, and the convent
of Tiptre of the one part, and Richard, rector of the church of Great
Braxstede, of the other part, concerning the tithes, etc. within the
parish church of Braxstede. Dated, 2 September, 1355. Ch. 25*.

Indenture by which John Leghes, the prior of St. Mary and
St. Nicholas of Tiptre, grants, wnth the assent of the convent, to John
Blythe of Innorde, one piece of land in G^eat Braxstede for 100 years,
at an annual rent of 2s.

Dated at Toleshunt the Thursday before the feast of St. Michael,
22 Rich. n. Ch. 27.

BRAXTED (Great) and TOLLESHUNT-TREGOZ. Charter
(mutilated) reciting a grant from Stephen Charlewode, prior of
Tiptree, to Walter Pollard, John Love, and John Aylefe, of a piece
of land in Tiptree, and certain other houses, etc. lying in Great
Braxstede and Tolleshunte. Ch. 28.

HAMANNE (Marsh of). Agnes de Estewod grants to the
church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptre in frankalmoigne the
whole of her marsh called the marsh of *Hamanne.* (c. 1240.)

Ch. 17.

STANWAY. Benedict, the prior, and canons of St. Mary, etc.,
of Tiptre, grant to Walter, son of John Bolebec. for his homage and
service, a messuage and half a tenement which Maurice Capiere
formerly held in Staneweya; paying annually for the same 45. for
all services. For this charter the said Walter gave 16s. sterling,
(c. 1240.) Ch. 12.

William, son of Richard le Kellenede, grants to the church of
St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptre one acre of land which lies

near to hold the same in frankalmoigne. (c. 1240.)

[Mutilated^ Ch. 7.

Robert, the prior, and the canons of Tiptre demise to William de

Capford and Cecilia his wife the whole of their houses in

paying annually to the said prior and convent 105. [Mutilated.]

Dated i309' ^^' 24.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 79

ESSEX.
An inrollment of gifts, grants, etc., temp. Ed. 11, on paper (nearly
decayed). Ch, 25, 25 a, 256.

TOLLESHUNT-KNIGHTS. John de Berwoldon grants to
the church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptree in frankalmoigne
the whole of that land which Roger de Waram held of his father in
the parish of Toleshunt-Knights. (c. 1220.) Ch. 4.

Henry, son of Richard the gate-keeper, grants to the prior of Tiptre
25. of annual rents which was accustomed to be paid to his father by
the said prior for a certain tenement which is called * Munchesland ' in
the village of Tholsunt-militis. (c. 1220.) Ch. 10.

TOLLESHUNT-TREGOZ. William de Tregoz, for the health of
his soul, etc., confirms to the church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas
of Tiptre the church of Toleshunt in frankalmoigne, as the charter
of Geoffrey his father witnesseth. (c. 12 10.) Ch. 2.

Benedict, the prior, and the convent of Tiptree grant and confirra
to Henry de Tregoz, for his homage and service, one field of land
called ' Brocfeld,' in the parish of Tolleshunt-Tregoz, and one angle of
land which lies between Brocfeld and the way towards Tollesbire,
paying annually to the said prior and convent 2s. (c. 1230.) Ch. 5.

Letter of admission of the prior and convent of Tiptre to the church
of St. Andrew's of Tolleshunt on the presentation of sir William de
Tregoz, kt., the patron.

Dated at Olytham, 4 Nones January, 12 18. Ch. 8.

Robert Thedon grants to sir Walter, the prior, and convent of
Tiptre, all claim to one acre of land and a messuage which lies
between lands and tenements of Richard le Somner and land of the
said Robert, one head of it extending along the king's highway which
leads to the church of Toleshunt. (c. 1260.) Ch. 16.

John de Criseleford grants to the church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas
of Tiptre in frankalmoigne the whole of his land called ' Le Hyde ' in
the parish of Tholeshunt-Tregoz, with a certain way which lies in the
field called Redfeld ; paying annually i2d. for all services, (c. 1260.)

Ch. 18.

Richard le Coverur, son of Osekyn le Coverur, quit-claims to the
church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptre all right in a messuage
and land which descended through the heirship of his father, in the
village of Toleshunt-Tregoz. (c. 1270) Ch. 20,

Indenture made at Blytheborough, co. Suffolk, 19 May, 32 Ed. Ill,
by which Amitia, formerly wife of John Somner of Tolleshunt-Tregoz,

grants to de Wyndesore, prior of St. Mary and St. Nicholas

of Tiptre, and the convent of the same, all the lands, &c. she holds
of the said prior and convent, after the death of the said John her
husband, in Tolleshunt, &c., for 8 years, at an annual rent of 25.

Ch. 26.

TOTHAM (Great). Richard de G-ybbecrak grants to the church
of St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptre 12 pence of annual rent



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which Elias, son of Simon the clerk of Great Totham, was accustomed
to pay to him for certain land that he held in Great Totham. (c. 1 230.)

Gh. 9.

Richard de Wiremundeford grants to the church of St. Mary and
St. Nicholas of Tiptre in frankalmoigne 14 pence of annual rent from
the la;nds and tenements which Bartholomew le Wacher held in Great
Totham Nevile, paying annually to the lord of the fee id. (c. 1260.)

Ch. 19.

TOTHAM (Great and Little). Richard Gibecrake grants to
the church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas of Tiptre in frankalmoigne
3s. 2d. of annual rent which John Theobald was accustomed to pay
for his tenement which he held of him in Great and Little Totham,
and 4c?. annual rent which Roger le Neweman was accustomed to pay
for a messuage and one acre of land in Great Totham, with the
homage of the said John and Roger, in exchange for certain other
rents in Great and Little Totham. (c. 1240.) Ch. 11.

TOTHAM (Little). Maurice, son of Robert of Toteham (Tot-
ham), grants to the church of St. Mary, St. John the Baptist, and
St. Nicholas of Tiptree, land in Little Toteham of his fee which
Richard, son of Tiedieve, holds, for 4 buckets (buchatis) of salt
annually, in frankalmoigne. (c. 1170-80.) Ch. 1.

John Schireburn grants to the church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas

of Tiptree, in frankalmoigne, two acres of his land which Robert the

carter formerly held of him in Little Totham, for sustaining a lamp

-before the altar of the Blessed Virgin in the church of Tiptre.

(c. 1230.) Ch. 6.

TIPTREE. Roll of frankpledge of the prior of Typtree, held the
Sunday in the Passion, 13 (1) Ed. III. \With other courts — illegible.^

Essex Rolls, i8,



GLOUCESTEESHIEE.

ALVRYNTON. "William de Shareshull and William de Ger^
syndon appoint John Lucy and William Genet, their attorneys, to
accept seisin in their name of all messuages, lands, etc, which Robert
Scovile held in Alvrynton.

Dated at Alvrynton the Saturday in the feast of the Nativity of
St. John the Baptist, 37 Ed. III. Gloucestershire Charters, i.

ARLINGHAM. King Henry II grants in frankalmoigne to the
church of St. Leonard of Stanley, the church of Arlingham with all
the tithes of the same village, and one virgate of land at Maisraore
which Roger de Berchelaio gave to the said church in frankalmoigne.
Besides he granted to the same church 60s. per annum, namely,
Hardacr' de Berchelaio, which the same Roger gave them of his rents,
as the charter of Henry his grandfather witnesseth.

At Dover f in transitu re^is. (c. 1160.) Ch. 20,



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IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 81

GLOUCESTER.
BOTINTON. The will of sir John de Bures of Botinton, kt.,
dated the Sunday next before the feast of St. Lucy the virgin, 1350.
Probate dated 2 Jan. 1350. Ch. 2.

BRISTOL (Bishop of). Letters patent of King Charles II, dated
at Westminster, 36th of his reign, for the translation of John Lake,
bishop of Sodor and Man, to the bishoprick of Bristol. Ch. 3.

COBERLEY. Ordination made by William, bishop of Worcester,
for settling the controversy between the abbot and convent of St. Peter's,
Gloucester, the prior and monks of Stanley and William de Berkeley,
concerning the right to the advowson of the church of ' Cudberleia,'
and a pension of 5s. (c. 11 88.) Ch. 21.

Confirmation by Baldwin, archbishop of Canterbury, of the charter p

of William, bishop of Worcester, for settling the controversy between i^"^^
the abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester, the prior and con-
vent of Stanley and "William de Berkeley, as to the right of the ad-
vowson of ' Cuthbertleia.' (c. 1188.) Ch. 22.

Thomas, the abbot, and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester, grant to ^

Robert the clerk, nephew of Peter de Lech, archdeacon of Worcester, L-""^ ^
the half of the tithes of the lordship of William de Berkeley, in
* Cudberle,' which pertains to the church of St. Leonard of Stanley.
(c. 1 190.) Ch. 23.

COLESWORD. Writ of King Stephen to Roger, bishop of
Salisbury, the sheriff of Wilts, and others, granting to the monks
of Gloucester a wood and 2 assarts with fields adjacent in his manor
of Celesword in frankalmoign e, in the same manner as William his
uncle, as is witnessed by the charter of King Henry.



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