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to John, the prior, and convent of Rochester, 3I days' work of his lanp
in the suburb of Rochester, in a certain lane called Craulane.

Dated at Rochester, 2q Feb., 20 Ed. III. [ With seal] Ch. 215*.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 101

KENT.
William Poteman of Eastgate, skinner, grants to John, son of
Simon Potyn of Rochester, id. annual rent which he was accustomed
to pay to him for 3 J ' deywerks ' of land in the suburb of Rochester.
Dated at Rochester, 6 Dec, 20 Ed. III. Ch. 217.

BOMNEY MARSH. Indenture made 21 Sept., 12 Hen. VIII,
by which John Honywode of Newenton, in consideration of the receipt
of <£i9, sells to Thomas Pulton of Bataile, Sussex, a parcel of laud in
the parish of St. Mary church in Romeney Mersshe. Ch. 218.

SANDWICH. William Upton of Sandwich grants to John
Palmer and John Fyneux of Sandwich all lands, tenements, rents, &c.,
which come to him by heirship in the village of Sandwich, or else-
where in the county of Kent.

Dated at Sandwich, 20 April, 31 Hen. VI. Ch. 219.

SIBBURNE. William de Putindene grants to Syward de . . . .
his field which is called Stounerio (?) in Syburne, at an annual rent of
28. for all service. For this grant the said Syward paid two marks,
(c. 1200.) Ch. 208.

SPELDHURST. Fragment of a charter by which William, son

of grants to which he has

in 'La Hope ' in the parish of Speldhurst. (c. 1300.) Ch. 220.

SPELDHURST and HARWARTON. Indenture made Christ-
mas Day, 10 Hen. VIII, by which Richard Roston., LL.D., master, and
the brethren of Corpus Christi College, nigh the parish of St. Lawrence
Poultney, London, demise unto William Waller of Brownebrigge co.
Kent their manors of Spelhurst and Harwarton for 20 years, at an
annual rent of 56s. Sc?. Ch. 221.

STOCTELE. Commission from Hamo, bishop of Rochester, to
Hugh de Forsham and John de Foderyngheye, rectors of the churciies
of Sunderesham near Chytyngston and of Stone near Dartford, to
determine the right to the tithe of a certain piece of land held by
John de Suthwik at Stoctele, claimed by the prior and convent of
Rochester as appropriators of the church of St. Margaret, Rochester,
on the one side, and by the prior and convent of Ledes as appro-
priators of the church of Chatham on the other.

Dated at Trottesclyne, 10 kl. Dec, 1320. Ch. 216.

THANET (Isle of). The will of Thomas Smyth Philpotts, of the
parish of St. John, in the Isle of Thanet.

Dated 12 June, 1472. Ch. 222.

The will of Thomas Smyth Philpotts of St. John's parish. Isle of
Thanet. Made 12 June, 1472. Probate granted 29 Oct., 1472.

(See 222.) Ch. 223.

THORNEY (Manor of). Court roll of the manor of Thorney
held there the Saturday next after the feast of St. Michael, ^ Ed. III.
Also for the Saturday after the feast of St. Faith the Virgin, i Rich.
IL Ch. 194.

Court roll containing proceedings of courts for the manor of
Thorney held —



102 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT. ,

(i) The Thursday after the feast of St. John ant. port, lat., 4 Hen.

IV.
^2) The Saturday in Easter week, 5 Hen. lY.

(3) in Whitsun week, 2 Hen. IV.

(4) The Wednesday in the feast of St. Anne, 3 Hen. IV. Ch. 195.

Court roll for the manor of Thorney, 3 Hen. YI. Ch. 197.

Court roll of the abbot of Lesnes for the manor of Thorney, held
the Thursday next before the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, 16
Ed. lY. Ch. 198.

THROWLEYE. The will, with probate, of Robarte Kynge of
Throwleye, Kent, dated 22 May, 1559.

Probate dated 16 Dec, 1560. Ch. 224.

TRAPHAM. Bond for £2200 given by Margaret Harflete of
Trapham in the parish of Wingham, co. Kent, widow to sir Edward
Mouins of Waldershare, baronet, to secure the payment of <£ii66
according to certain indentures. Dated 4 Feb., 1663. Ch. 225.

UPCHURCHE. Thomas Elmeston of Raynham, co Kent, quit-
claims to Thomas Butt of Raynham all right to a garden and nine
pieces or parcels of land in Upchurche, Kent.

Dated 6 Oct., 12 Queen Elizabeth. Ch. 226.

WOODCHURCH, BRENSETT, BILSINGTON, MER-
SHAM, MIDLY JOY CHURCH, OLD ROMNEY, and NEW
ROMNEY. An exemplification of a fine made in the court of
common pleas, dated upon the day of the three weeks of St. Michael,
in the year of our Lord, 1659, by which George, lord Eure, Horatio
Eure, Sampson Eure, gent., Ralph Eure, gent., William Kayes, clerk,
and Elizabeth his wife, and John Pickering and Deborah his wife,
acknowledge certain messuages, gardens, and lands in the above
villages to be the right of Charles Lambert, gent., and Joshua
Pordage, gent.

Dated at Westminster, 24 Oct., 1659. [With seal.'\ Ch. 227.

WITTENASS. Richard Kenteis grants to William, son of
Agnes, for his homage and service, two virgates of land in Wittenass
in fee and heirship, namely that which Margaret and Baldwin held,
paying annually for the same 20s. (c. 11 80.)

Ch. 228.

WOODHURST. Thomas Hobynden grants to John Payn of
Frythynden and others, a messuage and land called Rokelynge, in the
parish of Woodhurst.

Dated at Woodhurst, 23 Jan., 31 Hen. VI. Ch. 229.

WORTH, ESTRE, and ADDESHAM. Richard Bonde, clerk,
and Hugh Parkys demise to Richard Shore and Beatrice his wife,
Geoffrey Downes, esq. and others, the manor, of Felderland and no
acres of land and 4 acres of wood in Worth, Estre, and Addesham.

Dated at Worth, 20 Nov., 9 Hen. VII. Ch. 230.

WORTH. John Swanne, son and heir of John Swanne late of



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KENT.
Canterbury, acknowledges to have received of sir Thomas Lovell, kt.,
loo marks in full payment of certain lands, &c., called Upton in the
parish of "Worth, Dated 20 March, 20 Hen. YII. Ch. 231.

WYLINGTON. Robert Haukere, son of William Haukere of
Wylington, constitutes John, rector of Sutton atte Hone, his attorney,
to give seizin to the abbot and convent of Lesnes of six acres of land in
the village of Wylington. Dated 15 April, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 193.

YALDING and BRENCHESLEY. Deed by which sir Thomas
Scott, kt., Charles Scott, Henry Scott, George Scott, gentlemen,
brothers of the said Thomas and Reginald Scott, son and heir of
Richard Scott, esq., deceased, remit and quit-claim to Robert Byng, esq.
for ever all their right, &c. in all those lands and tenements, and other
hereditaments in Yalding and Brenchesley in the county of Kent,
which the said Robert Byng lately acquired, i.e. 14 Aug., 19 Elizabeth,
as parcel of the tenements, &c. of Winifrid Raynesford, deceased,
together with other lands by divers instruments of the dates of 20
Feb., 19 Elizabeth, and the 4th of Dec, 20 Elizabeth, in Brenchesley
and Horsmonden. To hold the same to him and his heirs for ever.
Dated 28 Aug., 20 Elizabeth. [With seals. ^ Ch. 232.



CANTERBURY (Priory of). Inrollment of 52 charters per-
taining to the villages of Middleton, Bocking, Monks-Ulegh, Hadley,
Depeham, Clyve, St. Botulph's, Esshe and Exeter, of lands &c. belonging
to the priory of Christ Church, Canterbury, (c. 13 10.)

Kent Rolls, 1.

{a) John de Walflet grants to the church of St. Mary and to sir John,
the prior, and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne,
a rent of 3s. which he was acccustomed to receive by the name of
one Sparrowhawk, and all right and claim that he has or can
have in homages and services, reliefs and heriots, and all other
appurtenances, namely of the fee which was Robert Poyntel's in
the village of Middleton.

(6) John de Walflet quit-claims to sir John, the prior, and convent of
Christ Church, Canterbury, all his right in the above rent of 35.,
and services of the fee of Robert Poyntel's in Middleton. For this
grant the prior and convent gave to him 60s. sterling by the hands
of John de Hereford then keeper of the manor of Middleton.

(c) William, son of Hugh, grants to the church of St. Mary and the
monks there in frankalmoigne, 1 2d. rent in the village of Middleton,
namely that which Samuel ' de camjpo ' used to pay for two acres of
land in the same village. Besides he granted and quit- claimed to
the monks the homage of the said Samuel and any other homage or
rent that should fall to him.

(d) Gilbert, son of Henry, acknowledges that seven acres of land in
the village of Bockinges to be the right of the prior and convent of
Christ Church, Canterbury, namely that seven acres which Baldwin
de Bunetone held, which lie between the wood of the said prior and
convent called * Le Ho ' and the wood of Richard dc Boveton.



104 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT,
(e) Sahir de Bredeford grants to the prior and convent of Christ
Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne, the homage and service of
Roger, son of Robert de Branketre, and iid. annual rent which the
same Roger was accustomed to pay for the messuage which Roger
le Drapier holds of him, and from a field called ' Melnefelde.'

(/) Sir John de Bockyng, kt., quit-claims all right which he has or
can have in a meadow called ' Hopimedewe ' in Bocking, to the
prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne.
Dated in the month of September, 46 Hen. III.

(g) Gilbert, son of Adam de Turry, grants to the prior and convent of
Christ Church, Canterbury, the whole of his meadow which Adam
de Turry his father held of the feoffment of Matilda de EfFord in
the meadow of * Oppymed.' To hold the same in frankalmoigne,
paying to the heirs of the said Matilda 8d. annually; for this
donation the prior and convent received the said Gilbert into the
benefits of Christ Church, Canterbury.

(h) Nicholas ' de camera' and Isabella his wife, formerly wife of
Adam de Turri, quit-claim all right which they have by name of
dowry after the death of Adam her husband in the meadow of
' Opimed ' to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, Canterbury,
for ever.

(i) Roger, son of Robert de Brauketr', grants to the prior and
convent of Christ Church, Canterburj^, in frankalmoigne, a rent of
13CZ. in the village of Bockyng, viz. Sd. from Robert Wysman for
a certain croft called ' Bredecrofte,' and ^d. from Roger le Yinger
for land he held of Godfrey le Dieter.

(k) Turgis de lUeghe recites a grant from the prior and convent of
Christ Church, Canterbury, for his homage and service, of one
virgate of land which he bought from Walter the marshal in the
village of Bocking, and one half virgate and one half ' forland '
which he bought of William Ruffus in the same village, to hold
the same at an annual rent of 25s. sterling.

(I) Roger the Parker and Alina his wife grant and quit-claim to the
prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all their right in
the whole of that land with appurtenances lying in the village of
Bockyng which is called ' Hole-eye,' between the land of the prior
and convent on either side. For this grant &c., recorded in the
court of the prior and convent of Bockyng, 33 Hen. Ill, they gave
to Roger and Alina 50s. sterling.

(m) Simon, son of Alina de Bounton, quit-claims to the prior and
convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all his right in the whole
of that land which lies in the village of Bockynge, in the lordship of
the prior and convent on either side, and is called ' Holeghe,' which
land Alina his mother gave to the said prior and convent.
Sealed 33 Hen. III.

(n) Roger the Parker by this charter binds himself and his heirs to the
prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbur}^ to warrant to



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KENT,
them the tenement which he holds by right of heirship in Bockyng,
viz. the whole of that land called * Holeglie ' in the same village.
Sealed 33 Hen. III.

(o) Amicia, formerly wife of Robert Byenden, quit-claims to the prior
and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all right in a certain
meadow called ' Opimed,' in the village of Bockyng ; for this quit-
claim the prior and convent gave by the hands of William de
Cerring, then keeper of the manor of Bockynge, 95. sterling.
Sealed 3 Ed. I.

(p) Convention made on the morrow of the nativity of St. John the
Baptist, 1277, between sir Thomas, the prior of Christ Church,
Canterburj^, of the one part, and sir William called Folyot, vicar of
Bockynge, of the other part, by which the prior grants one croft of
the lordship of Bockyng lying under the messuage of the said vicar,
as it is inclosed, for the term of his life, at an annual rent of 2S.

(q) Roger, son of Gunilda, confirms to Gilbert, son of Henry, 2s. of
rent and two men in the month of August, and one penny towards
an aid of 20s., as the charter which Adam his son made to the said
Gilbert testifies.

(r) Adam, son of Roger, son of Gunilda, grants to Gilbert, son of
Henry, and his heirs, 2s. of rent which Henry, son of Walter de
Bockyng, was accustomed to pay for certain land which lies in a
field called ' Legha,' between land of Roger, son of Gunilda, and
land of Reginald Hey ward ; and also two men in the month of
August which the said Henry was accustomed to find to reap his
corn for one day; and towards an aid of 20s., one penny, and if more,
then more ; for this grant he gave i6s. sterling.

(s) Godfrey, son of Geoffrey de Meerseye, grants to Christ Church,
Canterbury, in frank almoigne, 14^ of annual rent from Edward the
dyer for 5 J acres of land granted to him and his heirs at the above
rent.

{t) Convention made between the prior and convent of Christ Church,
Canterbury, of the one part and Ivo de Mereseye of the other, by
which the said prior and convent grant 3 acres of land in Mereseye,
which were formerly Mauwine de Mereseye's for the term of his life,
at an annual rent of 3s. for all services.

{u) Peter Bigge of Meldinges quit-claims to sir John, the prior, and
convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all his right in 30 acres of
land in the village of Yllegha; for this quit-claim the prior and
convent gave to him 3 marks sterling.

{v) Thomas and William, sons of Richard Sigar of Monks lUegh, grant
to the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frank-
almoigne, the whole of their pasture in the common way towards
their manor of lUegh, and between a field of the prior and convent
called ' Binolde ' on the north, and an alder grove of the said prior
called ' Schortfen ' towards the south, and abuts in length upon the
garden of William the priest towards the west, and a pasture of sir
Matthew de Meldinges towards the east.



106 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.

(w) Emma, formerly wife of Richard Sigar of Monks Illeghe, quit-
claims to the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all
her right in the pasture described as above {v).

(x) Hugh, son of Ralph of Monks Hlegh, grants to the prior and
convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne, the
homage and service of Anselm Abot, ^d. annual rent which he was
accustomed to pay for 3 acres of land in Monks Hlegh, in a field
called * Swdainesland,' the homage and service of Adam, son of
Hugh, ^d. of annual rent for a certain messuage held in the same
village between the king's way and the land of AV alter de la Mere,
the homage and service of Walter de la Mere, ^d. of annual rent
for one acre of land in the said village in a field called ' Havedland,'
with all appurtenances.

[y) Anselm Abot and Agnes his wife of Monks Hlegh grant to the
prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne,
the homage and service of Hubert Montchensey, 6d. annual rent for
3 acres of land which he held in the village of Monks Hlegh, in a
cei-tain hamlet called ' Stacwode.'

(z) Richard Dauney and Claritia his wife of Monks Hlegh grant to the
church of Christ Church, Canterbury, and the monks there, in
frankalmoigne, all right, homage and service which they have in
i^d. annual rent which Richard de Lelleseye was accustomed to
pay to them for 3 roods of land, which Seman, son of Augustus,
sometime held in Monks Hlegh.

{aa) Nicholas de Lelleseye, son of Anselm de Lelleseye, quit-claims to
the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all his right
in 2 J acres of wood in Monks Hlegh, which lies in breadth along-
side the wood of the said prior and convent, called * Manbey ' on
the east, and the way which leads from Meldinge towards Kerseye
on the west, and abuts upon the land of sir Richard de Waterfeld,
kt., which is called ' Wodecroft ' on the north. For this quit-claim
the prior and convent gave by the hands of William de Cerring,
then bailifi"of the manor of Hlegh, 105. sterling.

Hated the Saturday after the feast of St. Faith the virgin, 4
Ed. I.

(bb) Thomas de Lelleseye, son of Anselm de Lelleseye, quit-claims to
the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all his right
in the 2 J acres of wood described in (aa).
Dated at the same time.

(cc) Henry de Lelleseye, son of Anselm de Lelleseye, quit-claims to
the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, all his right
in the 2 J acres of wood described in (aa).
Dated at the same time.

(dd) Robert Ster of Bradestrete and Matilda his wife quit-claim to
Christ Church, Canterbury, and the monks there, in frankalmoigne,
half an acre of land in Hadleghe in a field called * Dalefeldes,' between
the demesne of the court of Hadleghe.

(ee) Robert le Comur and Alice his wife quit-claim to Christ Church,



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KENT.
Canterbury, and the monks there, in frankalmoigne, half an acre of
land in Hadleghe in the field called ' Dalefeldes,' between the demesne
of the court of Hadleghe.

(ff) Katherine de Audehara, formerly wife of Roger de Audeham,
grants to the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in
frankalmoigne, 3 acres of land in Hadleg' formerly called ' le Stub-
binge,' one head abutting upon the land of Ralph Eadrich, and
another upon her own land and the land of Matilda de Haudeham.

(gg) Katherine, formerly wife of Roger de Haudeham, in consideration
of a loan of 40s. sterling from Henry Sturdi, monk, of Christ
Church, Canterbury, mortgages to him in the name of his church
3 acres of land called ' le Stubbinge,' as above ; the said 40s. to be
paid within 12 days of the feast day of the Nativity, 41 Hen. Ill,
in default the said 3 acres to remain to the church in frank-
almoigne.

(M) John, son of Walter Eadrix of Hadlegh, grants to the prior and
convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne, one half
acre of mowing land in the village of Hadleg', in a meadow called
* Corsfordemed ' between the meadow of William de Gloucestr' and
the bank running towards Prestesbregg, one head abutting on
the said bank and another on the wood of Humphrey de Denar-
deston.

(ii) Ralph, son of Richard the Marshal of Depeham, grants to the
prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, his messuage with
lands, rents, edifices and appurtenances which he held of them in
Depeham.

(kk) Ralph, son of Richard the Marshal of Depeham, quit-claims to
the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frank-
almoigne, his messuage, with rent^, edifices and appurtenances
which he held in Depeham.

(II) Basilia, daughter of Hugh Sturmi, grants to the prior and
convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in* frankalmoigne, one half
acre of land in Depeham lying between the land of Richard del
Hil towards the west, and the land which was William Aylward's
towards the east, and abuts upon the king's street towards the north,
and the land of Stephen de la Grrene on the south ; also one rood of
land in ' Lefstanscroft,' lying between the land of Richard del Hil
towards the north, and the land which was William Aylward's
towards the south, and abuts upon the land of Reginald Crepyn's
towards the east, and the church way towards the west.

(mm) Nigel Crunge of Depeham grants to the prior and convent of
Christ Church, Canterbury, one acre of land which he held of the
fee of the church of Depeham lying in the field of Depeham in two
places, between the lands of Ralph Crunge and Adam de Westwelle.
For this grant the prior gave 1 2s. of silver.

(nn) Milo Elvine of Depeham grants to the prior and convent of
Christ Church, Canterbury, the whole of that piece of land which
lies between the land of Robert Chaun and the land which was
Grifard Tholi's in the field of Depeham.



108 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.
(oo) Robert Scott of Depeham and Basil ia his wife grant to the prior
and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne, one
' half acre and one rood of land in Depeham, described in (II).

(p2>) John, son of Ralph Urry of Depeham, grants to the prior and
convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne, that mill
which Ralph his father gave to him in the tenement of Depeham,
namely which is situated in * Maydenho,' between the land of
Richard, son of Amicia, towards the west, and the land of David
Ram towards the east, and between the land of the said John
towards the north and south.

(qq) Ralph Urry of Depeham confirms the above donation (jpp).

(rr) Ralph Urry of Depeham undertakes not to sell or in any way

appropriate the lands which William, son of Urric le Breton, held

of Henry de Eya by the service of 2S. in Depeham, unless with the

sanction of the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury,

' who had granted the same to him.

(ss) William de Blomvile, son of Richard de Blomvile, quit-claims to
the prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, and their
successors, all right and claim in one acre of land in Depeham,
which is called ' Schortacre/ lying between the land of Hamo the
priest on the east, and the land of William Boinbel on the west,
and one head abuts upon the King's street which leads towards
Norwich on the south, which acre William de Blum vile, his grand-
father, formerly granted to the same church.

(tt) Adam le Botiler quit-claims to the prior and convent of Christ
Church, Canterbury, all his right by reason of wardship in a
meadow of the said monks in their manor of Clyve.

(uu) Hugh Bardulf grants to the church of St. Thomas and the
monks there, 4s. of annual rent which Martin de Ho ought to pay
in the feast of St. Thomas the apostle.

(vv) Robert Bardulf con'firms the gift of Hugh his brother, of the
annual rent of 4s. from Martin, son of Geoffrey Talebot of Ho, as
above.

(ww) William, son of Gilbert of St. Botulph's, for the health of his
soul and Cecilia his wife, grants to the church of St. Thomas the
martyr and the convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frank-
almoigne, one piece of land in the village of St. Botulph's on the
east of Barre-ditch near the land of Guy, son of Sigar.

(xx) Guy de Esse, son of Walter de Haffeld, grants to the prior and
convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne, for the
souls of himself, his father, and Matilda his mother, one acre of land
in the village of Esse with the advowson of the church of Esse,
Norwich diocese, to hold the same for ever.

Sealed on the morrow of the passion of St. Thomas the martyr.
(1259)
(yy) Henry, son of Henry de la Pomeray, grants to the monks of
Christ Church, Canterbury, in frankalmoigne, an annual rent of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 109

KENT,
half a mark from a messuage which Richard Bosketh and Beatrix
his wife held in the city of Exeter at a rent of one mark.

(zz) Richard, son of Roger le Pruir of Monks Illegh, grants to the
prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, an annual rent of
one mark of silver in frankalmoigne (for one pittance within the
octave of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr annually in their
treasury at Canterbury for ever) from those who shall hold the said
lands after his decease, which lands were formerly William Fant's
and Henry his brother in the village of Monks Illegh.

(aaa) John Pycot and Juliana his wife bind themselves to pay to the
prior and convent of Christ Church, Canterbury, one mark of silver
annual rent for one pittance within the octave of the translation of
St. Thomas the martyr in their treasury at Canterbury for ever, for
the lands and tenements which were formerly William Fant's and
Hugh his brother in the village of Monks Illegh.

(bbb) Ralph Eadrich of Hadleghe grants to the prior and convent of
Christ Church, Canterbury, 7^ acres of his land which he bought
of Katherine, formerly wife of Roger de Haudeham, in the village
of Hadleghe, and which Augustus, son of the said Katherine,
confirmed to him by his charter, of which 2 J acres lie in 'Brunes-
sclade,' near the land which was formerly Seardus the provost of
Haudeham, and 5 roods lie in the field called 'Eastfeld,' and one
head abuts upon the way called ' Melnestrete.' And 3 J acres lie
in the same field and abut on one side upon the land of Thomas de
Muccesslo, and the other upon a wood ; for this charter the prior
and convent gave 8 marks of silver.

CINQUE PORTS (The). Commission for constituting a court of
loadmanage within the Cinque Ports. Temp. James IT. [Not dated



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