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or signed.^ Rolls, 2.

THORNEY LESONS, SUFE. Court rolls for the manor of
Thorney Lesons from the Wednesday next after the feast of St. James,
apostle, I Hen. VII. to 7 Hen. VII. Rolls, 3.

Customs of the manor of Thorney Lesons, co. Suffolk, &c. Rolls, 4.

(a) Customs of the tenants of the manor, whether free or native, con-
cerning their tenures.

(b) Anselm de Lucye grants to the church of St. Thomas the martyr
of Lesnes and the canons there, for the health of his soul and for
the souls of Richard de Luci his father and Richard Munfichet his
son, 40s. of rent of his free marriage of Thorney.

(c) Note of the appropriation of the church of Rammesden Belhouse
to the abbot and convent of Lesnes.

{d) Notes of annual rents in Clopton, 50s. Pension of 26s. 8c?.
from the church of Rammesden Belhouse and 135. ^d. from Steple
Morden.

{e) Walkeline de Greinwyche grants to the abbot and convent of Lesnes
one part of his land lying between the church of St. Alphage,
dreenwich, on the east, and one wall which descends to the cemetery



110 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT,
in the way which extends to the Thames at the gate of St. Alphage ;
also one acre of land in Mulefelde between the land of the prior of
Southwarke and of Adam, son of Gunnora ; and 2 .... of land
behind the church of Grreenwich.

WALLAND (Marsh of). The account of William Lambskyn of
the expenditure for the marsh of Walland and other marshes adjacent,
from the feast of the exaltation of the Cross, 16 Ed. lY, to Michaelmas,
17 Ed. IV. Rolls, 5.



PRIORY OF TUNBRIDGE.

BITTEBEBGH. Richard and Edmund, sons of Eylnoth de
Bittebergh, grant to the prior and convent of Tunbridge all their
right in certain rents called ' Bullalosland,' and of a meadow called
^ Standesmed ' in Bittebergh, for which the said prior and convent gave
1 2 pence sterling. [Mutilated^ (c. 1280.) Ch. 46.

Stonyiia, daughter of William le Hoppere, grants to the prior and
convent of Tunbridge all her right and claim in all the lands, tenements,

rents, and woods in Dishfeld, which were formerly

Bitteberghe. [Mutilated,'] (c. 1280.) ' Ch. 69.

William Kyngewode of Bytteberghe grants to John Edward of the
same place and Alice his wife one piece of land and a garden

[Mutilated.]

Dated at Bytteberghe the Sunday next after the feast of St. George,
13 Rich. II. Ch. 126.

BODKESHAM. William le Mous of Swapham Bolebec grants to
David, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge for 20s. sterling in hand
paid, one croft in Bodekesham ; paying annually for the same 6d.

Ch. 24.

An indenture witnessing that the prior and convent of Tunbridge
have demised to John de Waldyngfeld and Isabella his daughter, for
their lives, a certain tenement at Bodekesham called ' Jeromes ' for 45.
annual rent.

Dated at Tunbridge, 3 April, 43 Ed. III. Ch. 115.

An indenture witnessing that John, prior of Tunbridge, demises to
John Vans and William his son, for their lives, a certain croft at
Bodekesham called ' Alwardescroft ' containing three roods in Wyneyard
for 2s. 6d. annual rent. Dated at Tunbridge, 46 Ed. III. Ch. 115*.

Indenture witnessing that Robert, the prior, and convent of
Tunbridge have demised to Richard Skynhale of Bodekesham and
Letitia his wife, for the term of their lives, one messuage and one
croft containing one acre near the vicarage of Bodekesham, formerly
held by Richard Gardiner at an annual rent of 7s.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of Saint Michael, 7 Rich. II.

Ch. 122*.

Indenture witnessing that Robert, the prior, and convent of
Tunbridge demise to Richard Cagge and William his brother of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. Ill

KENT.
Bodekeshara, for sixty years, a messuage, house, and a croft con-
taining one acre near the vicarage of Bodekesham, which Richard
Skynhale formerly held of them ; paying annually for the same 3s. /^d.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of St. Michael, 10 Rich. II.

Ch. 123.

Indenture by which Robert, prior of Tunbridge, demises to John
Boghead (]) of Bodkesham and others certain land in Bodkesham.
[Mutilated.']

Dated at Tonbridge, Michaelmas day, 20 Rich. II. Ch. 129.

BOKINGFOLD. Bartholomew Chanu, son of "William Chanu,
grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge in frankalmoigne an
annual rent of one mark of silver, viz. \ mark from land of Bokingfold
and \ mark from Bartholomew le Herre and his heirs, which they owed
to him for the field of Odo. (c. 12 10.) Ch. 8.

BRENCHLEY. Elicia, daughter of Godard de Brenchesle, grants
to Robert, son of John de la Londe, half an acre of her land in the
underwood (* Brueria ') which extends from the land of ' La Lande '
in the way leading from Angele towards the church of Brenchesle ;
paying annually for the same one penny. For this charter the said
Robert gave dd. sterling, (c. 12 10.) Ch. 5.

Ralph de Bubherst grants to Goditha his sister the whole of the
land which Richard Ster held of Reginald of the church, which lies
between the land belonging to the vicar of Brenchesle and the land of
Richard the smith, son of Robert the smith ; paying annually to the
said Ralph and his heirs one halfpenny. Ch. 19.

Robert ate Londe, son of John ate Londe, grants to the prior and
canons of Tunbridge the whole of his land called ' La Londe ' in the
parish of Brenchesle, with appurtenances, which extends from the land
of Thomas the vicar of Brenchesle, which is of the same fee as far as
Sheiselle towards the west, and from the land of Godwine Cunelard,
which is of the same fee as far as Stokeselle towards the north, except
one acre enclosed. Also he conceded an annual rent of '>,\d. Also
2 acres of land with appurtenances which he held of Hugh ate Cherche ;
and one acre which he held of Viel, paying annually one penny.

Ch. 26.

Peter Cook, son of Symon Cook, grants to the prior and convent of
Tunbridge the whole of the land called ' La Londe,' in the parish of
Brenchesle, namely that which Robert la Londe formerly held of
him; paying annually for the same 27 pence. Ch. 27.

Reginald, son of Geoffrey de la Londe, quit-claims to Robert de la
Londe 42 acres of land in Brenchesle, paying annually for the same 2d.

Ch. 28.

Peter de la Mare grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge half
a pound of pepper which they were accustomed annually to pay for .
certain land which is called ' La iSonde,' in the parish of Brenchesle, in /_^
frankalmoigne. / Ch. 60.

Richard R . . . . grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge
forty pence of annual Vents from the land of "Bond in Branchesle ;



112 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT,
paying annually for the same five grains of pepper at the priory of
Tunbridge. Ch. 73.

William G-effecok de Brenchisle grants to master Henry de
Grof herst, clerk, one piece of land called ' Marlefeld ' and five acres of
wood called * Estbrocks ' lying in the parish of Brenchisle.

Dated at Horsinyndenn the Wednesday on the morrow of
St. Laurence, martyr, 18 Ed. III. Ch. 97.

Indenture dated 3 December, 3 Henry YIII, between Richard the
prior and convent of Tunbridge of the one part, and William Borowe
and William Geffrey, clerks, William Barentyne, Edward Ferrers, and
others, of the other part, witnesseth that the prior and convent demise
to William Borowe and others their rectory of Brenchesley in co.
Kent, for 60 years; paying annually 4 marks sterling. Ch. 137.

DENERDISTAN. Sir Richard Appelgor, kt., of Denardistune,
grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge, in frankalmoigne, 4
acres of his land lying in the field of Denardistune. (c. 1 240.) Ch. 17.

Sir Richard de Appelgard, kt., grants to the priory of Tunbridge in
frankalmoigne five roods of arable land lying in the fields of Denar-
distone. [Mutilated^ (c. 1240.) Ch. 20.

Richard .... grants to the church of St. Mary Magdalene of
Tunbridge .... land in Denardestun and one acre of meadow ....
in frankalmoigne. [Mutilated?^ (c. 1270.) Ch. 42.

grants to the church of St. Mary Magdalene of Tunbridge

seven roods of land in Denardestun in frankalmoigne. [Mutilated.l
(c. 1260.) Ch. ^i.

Richard .... grants to the priory of Tunbridge . . acres and
one rood of land in Denardestun in frankalmoigne. (c. 1300.) Ch. 68.

Convention between Roger de Frendesbery, rector of Stradeselle,

and John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge, by which the prior and

convent lease to the said Roger their chapel of Denardeston, with

their manor, tithes, &c., for 12 years, at an annual payment of .£10.

Dated 1334, St. Peter ad vine. Ch. 94.

Indenture witnessing that the prior and convent of Tunbridge on
Michaeluias day, loth of Henry IV, demised to farm to sir Gilbert
Mylde, priest, their chapel of Denardestone with their manor there, for
20 years. (Contains a list of cattle, ornaments, &c., belonging to the
manor and chapel.) Ch. 131.

Indenture between Richard Thomlyn, prior, and the convent of
Tunbridge of the one part, and Henry Everard of Denarston, Suffolk,
of the other part, witnesseth that the prior and convent demise to the
said Henry their parsonage of Denarston for 28 years at an annual
rent of four pounds, payable in the church porch of Bodkesham, co.
Cambridge. Dated 18 May, 12 Hen. VIII. Ch. 139.

Robert, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge demise to William
Homyngton of Denarston and Joan his wife, for 24 years, one croffc
called * Fychcroft,* paying annually 4s.

Dated at Tunbridge, 6 Sept., .... Ch. 120.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 113

KENT.
DENNEMANNESBROKE. Richard de Clare, earl of Hertford,
grants to the prior and canons of Tunbridge in frankalmoigne certain
land called ' Dennemannesbroch,' together with the rents of 13s., to
find a light in the said church ; also the service of John de Ymewrth,
viz. 10 pounds of incense, payable at the feast of St. Michael, to
incense his body, &c. (c. 1200.) Ch. 22.

DODINGEBERY. Richard de Clare, earl of Hertford, grants
land in Dodingeberi to [Nearly obliterated. ~\ (c. 1180.) Gh. 2.

Robert de Grethle grants to the church of St. Mary Magdalen of
Tunbridge the whole of his land of Dodingeberi with appurtenances,
which donation was made in the presence and with the consent of
Richard de Clare, earl of Hertford, to the said church, &c., in
frankalmoigne. (c. 1200.) Ch. 7.

.... Roule and Jordan his brother grant to the prior and canons
of [Tunbridge] the whole of their land which lies at Dudingebir',
paying annually for the same 6d. (c. 1220.) [Mutilated^ Ch. 53.

ESSEDENN (East). William Sc'ileg' (?) grants to the church
of St. Mary Magdalen, Tunbridge, and the canons there, three acres
of land in Easteesedenn ; for this charter of concession the said prior
and canons gave 9s. sterling, (c. 12 10.) Ch. 25.

Giles de Hesedenne grants to the church of St. Mary Magdalen of
Tunbridge ^d. rent, and one hen, and a horse-shoe ('ferrum equinum'),
which was annually paid to him by William de Boghinghurst and his
heirs from certain land which he holds of him in H esedenne ; for
which donation the said prior and convent gave him 3s. sterling,
(c. 1250.) Ch. 34.

HADLOW. Atius de Piruriht grants to the church of St. Mary
Magdalen of Tunbridge and the canons there, in frankalmoigne, the
whole of his land of Hadlo which Hugh, brother of master Robert de
Kent, held of him at an annual rent of one mark, saving the services
due to his lord, R,, earl of Clare, viz. the tenth part of one knight's
fee. (c. 1 180.) Ch. 3.

HAISDEN and WICHERST. Henry, Gilbert, and Peter, sons
of Clement, son of Martin, grant to the prior and canons of Tunbridge,
in frankalmoigne, one annual rent of 6d. from certain land in Haisden,
and another of one penny from land in Wicherst. (c. 1230.) See
Wicherst. Ch. 30.

LANGPORT. Richard, son of Richard le Mus of Tunbridge, grants

to the church of St. Mary Magdalen of Tunbridge in frankalmoigne id.

for ' forgabul ' which Joan de Oxsted was accustomed to bring to him

annually. Besides he remitted to the prior and canons 3c/. of annual

rent which they were accustomed to bring to him for a curtilage in

Langport called ' Pauecokkeshagh.' (c. 1270) [Mutilated^ Ch. 62.

John, son of John ate Bourne of Tunbridge, quit-claims to the prior

and convent of Tunbridge all his right in a messuage and garden in

Langporte which came to him after the death of Sibilla his mother.

Dated at Tunbridge the day of the Assumption of the Blessed

Virgin, 18 Ed. II. Ch. 89.

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114 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.

LEIGH. William, son of ... . grants to the prior and convent
of Tunbridge .... annually received from William Pultebeam from
land in the parish of Lega. (c. 1220.) [Ilutilated.] Ch. 10.

William, son of Reginald de Lega, grants to the prior and canons
of Tunbridge 8c?. of annual rents from the parish of Lega. (c. 1230.)

Ch. ^^.

Benedict Srobbe grants to the prior and canons of St. Mary-
Magdalen, Tunbridge, in frankalmoigne, a certain part of his land and
a messuage with a house thereon, with a way belonging to the same,
in the parish of Lega, of the fee of Eustace de Wlkstede. Ch. 35.

Benedict Srobbe grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge his
land in the parish of Legh which is of the fee of Eustace de Walkestede.v
(c. 1240.) [Mutilated.^ Ch. 36.

William, son of Gilbert de Bugingherst, giants to the prior and
canons of Tunbridge the whole of his land at Bugingherst in the
parish of Legh, to hold the same in frankalmoigne. (c. 1240.) Ch. 43.

John grants to the prior and canons of Tunbridge a

meadow in the parish of Leghe. (c. 1250.) [Mutilated.^ Ch. 4"].

widow grants to the prior and canons of Tunbridge

all right and claim to lands, tenements and rents in

Witness — Jordan, rector of Liga. (c. 1250.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 4S.

H son of Geoffrey de Putindenne, grants to the prior and

canons of Tunbridge 45. 6d. annual rent which he bought from John
son of Gilbert de Curtone, payable at the feast of St. Andrew, by
the heirs of the said GeojBfrey de Putindenne, for a certain tenement
which the said John held at Polle, in the parish of Lega. (c. 1260.)

Ch. 49.

"John, son of Gilbert Broe of Hortune, in the parish of Ebesham,
giants to the prior and canons of Tunbridge lands in Edingherst, in
the [»arish of Lega, Rochester diocese, (c. 1260.) Ch. 56.

Benedict de Sroppeslond grants to the prior and canons of Tun-
bridge for ever six pence of annual rent, which Lucas called Hey ward,
and John de Cumbesell were accustomed to pay for certain land held
of him at Howeme in the parish of Legha. Also he granted a certain
wood [Brocum] with appurtenances, which he bought of Eustace de
Wulkestede in the parish of Legha, for ever, paying annually 3 gi-ains
of pepper, (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 61*.

Proceedings in the court of the bishop of Rochester concerning the
right to present to the church of Leigh, to which Stephen de Pencestre,
son of sir Laurence de Cobeham, kt., had presented George Chanu ;
decided in favour of John, the prior, and canons of Tunbridge, who
present Richard de Holdene, priest, to that church, vacant by the
death of Jordan de Sevenak late rector.

Dated at Hallyng, 7 Id. Feb., 1304. Ch. 79.

Henry de Schiptone, rector of Stradeselle, grants to sir Roger de
Frendesbery, rector of Leghe, two pieces of laud lying in the parish of
Leghe. Dated at Tunbridge, 5 Aug., 15 Ed. III. Ch. 96.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 115

KENT.
Letter of Hamo, bishop of Rochester, to the archdeacon of Rochester,
dated 1349, concerning the appropriation of the church of Leghe to
the prior and convent of Tunbridge. [Mutilated.] Ch. 100.

Indenture witnessing that John Simon of Osprenge grants to the
prior and convent of Tunbridge two crofts of land which he acquired
of sir Roger de Frendesbery in the parish of Leghe for 30 years.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of the Purification, 23 Ed. III.

Ch. 103.

John Simon of Osprenge grants to the prior and convent of Tun-
bridge and their successors the whole of his right and claim in two
crofts of land in the parish of Leghe.

Dated at Tunbridge, 3rd March, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 105.

John Simond of Osprenge grants to the prior and canons of
Tunbridge two crofts of land which he acquired of sir Roger de
Frendesbery in the parish of Leghe.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of St. Andrew the apostle, 28
Ed. in. (7A. 113.

Appropriation of the church of Legh to the prior and convent of
Tunbridge, by John, bishop of Rochester, on account of the unfortunate
burning down of their buildings, &c., together with the ordination of
the vicarage. Dated at Rochester, 25 Feb., 1353. Ch. 123*.

Grant by Robert, the prior of Tunbridge, to the perpetual vicar of
the church of Leghe, Rochester diocese, of a messuage and a certain
piece of land for the use of the vicar and his successors.

Dated 20 Feb. 1393, 17 Ric. 11. [Mutilated.] Ch. 127.

MALLING Peltebem quit-claims to the

prior and canons of Tunbridge, for himself and heirs, their whole right
in a tenement in the village of Mallinge, Rochester diocese, (c. 1 2 20-30.)
[Mutilated.] Ch. 37.

MEREDEN. William de Moriston of Mo . . . ton grants to the
church of St. Mary Magdalen of Tunbridge, in frankalmoigne, a tene-
ment in the parish of Mereden. (c. 1220.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 14.

NOE-HERST. Convention between John, the prior, and convent
of Tunbridge of the one part, and Robert, William, and Laurence,
sons of Laurence de la Holdene, of the other part, viz. that the prior
and convent demise, during the lives of the said Robert and others and
one year beyond, 46 acres of land at Norherst lying near the gate
called ' Mesingeleghesgate,' for an annual rent of 8s. 8^. sterling.

Dated at Tunbridge on the vigil of St. Michael, 2 Ed. III. Ch. 91.

NORTHFELD. Indenture witnessing that the prior and convent
of Tunbridge have demised to William Hervy, senior, and Thomas his
son, of Bodesham, 6 acres of land in Northfeld for 60 years, at an
annual rent of 6s.

Dated at Tunbridge on the morrow of the feast of St. Michael,
. . . Hen. VI. [Mutilated.] Ch. 135.

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116 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.
OXFORD. An indenture made the 27th of Nov., 1518, witnessing
that John, the prior of Ellsyngspittel in London, had received of Richard,
the prior of Tunbridge, the sum of £18 in part towards the building of
St. Maries College in Oxford, according to the schedule from my lord
Cardinal. Ch. 138.

SIBBURNE. Stephen fitz Richard fitz Simon of Sibburne grants
to James de Vahad the whole of his land in Sibburne, whether of the
fee of sir Peter de Merwrthe or of the fee of sir Richard de Vahad ;
paying annually for the same 5s. (c. 1220.) Ch. 13.

. . . Pudindenn, widow, grants to the prior and convent of Tun-
bridge all her right and claim which is in the parish of

Siburne of the fee of Pudindenn, viz. that which Alured her husband
formerly held. Witness — Richard Forestar. then constable of Tun-
bridge. (c. 1230.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 31.

The prior and convent of Tunbridge have demised to John Colpeper
and Geoffrey his brother, sons of Walter Colpeper, a certain field in
the parish of Schiborne between ' Lakebreggesmed ' and the water
running from the mill of Oxsnode towards the mill of Horsgate
calUd ' Baggemelle,' paying annually for the same 3c?.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of the nativity of John the Baptist,
27Ed. IIL Ch. 112.

Indenture dated 24th day of May, 16 Hen. VIII, between Richard
Thomlyn, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge of the one part, and
Thomas Cook of the otiier, witnesseth that the prior and convent
have sold to T. C. all their wood and underwood lying and growyng
in two parcels of land in Sheborn, called the Hook and Capelhooth,
for the sum of .£5 13s. 4^ Ch. 140.

SNEYLESEL. Geoff'rey de Appelgar grants to the chui-ch of
Tunbridge, in frankalmoigne, a piece of land in the field called
'Sneylesel.' (c. 1230.) Ch. 32.

SPELDHXJRST. Sir Simon de Berhersse, knight, grants to the
prior and canons of Tunbridge in frankalmoigne the whole of his land
in the parish of Speldhurst. (c. 1280.) CJi. 59.

An inventory of goods, &c. at the hall of Speldhurst. (c. 1300.)

Ch. 90.

STRADESELL. Richard, son of John Taillour of Stradesell,
quit-claims to William, son of John Mesyngleghe, Roger his brother,
and Richard Goldbell of Tunbridge, all right in lands, tenements, &c.,
which William, son of John Nailere, by his charter gave to the afore-
said William, Roger, and Richard.

Dated at Tunbridge the day of the exaltation of the Cross, 23
Ed. in. Ch. 106.

TUDELEY. The official of the bishop of Rochester admits
Edmund de Osseham, clerk, to the church of Teudele, vacant by
the death of John Geldtwyne, on the presentation of the prior and
convent of Tunbridge.

Dated at Mailing the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Matthew, apostle, 125 . . Ch. 58.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 117

KENT.
Walter de Chitelcrofte grants to the prior and convent of Tun-
bridge the whole of his meadow which he bought of Matthew de
Creuquer at Wh .... in the parish of Teudelee, paying for all services
id. annually, &c. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 74.

Ecclesiastical proceedings between Laurence, bishop of Rochester,
and "Walter de Bestan, clerk, on the one part, and David, the prior,
and the convent of Tunbridge, on the other, concerning the right
of admission of the said Walter to the church of Teudele.

Dated at Bronil the Sunday .... St. Martin, 1273. Gh. 76.

TUNBRIDGE. G. de Cratona grants to the church of St. Mary
Magdalen and the canons of Tunbridge in frankalmoigne the whole
of the land which Nicholas, son of Fromunt, held of him near his
house, together with the whole service which the said Nicholas and
his heirs ought to make to him for the said land, for the health of his
body and soul, and of his ancestors, (c. 1135.) Ch. i.

Ralph, son of Gilbert de Pencestre, grants to the church and canons

of St. Mary Magdalen of Tunbridge two messuages in

(c. 1 210.) [^Mutilated.'] Ch. 4.

.... de ... . grants to the church of St. Mary Magdalen,
Tunbridge, and the canons there, in frankalmoigne, two shillings of
annual rent that he received of Osmaro de la . . gate . . . . (c. 1200.)
[Mutilated.] Ch. 6.

Convention between Peter de Dudekindenn and the prior and
convent of Tunbridge, by which the said Peter grants in frankalmoigne
a certain rent out of the land of Christiana, who was the wife of Hugh
de . . . . of Dudekindein. (c. 1200.) Ch. 9.

Thomas de Morestun grants to the prior and canons of Tunbridge,
in frankalmoigne, 40s. of annual rent from the marsh of D . . . . for
the sustentation of one canon to perform religious offices for him and
his ancestors, (c. 1220.) Ch. i^.

Alice de Res, daughter of grants to the prior and canons

of Tunbridge i ^d. of annual rent for the health of her soul and of
William de . . . . and all her ancestors and successors which Geoffrey
de Solio, Adam de . . . . , John the miller, William the smith,
were accustomed to pay to her. (c. 1 230.) [Jfutilated.] Ch. 16.

Mutilated charter. [lUegible.] Ch. 23.

Recital of a grant to the prior and convent of Tunbridge. [Mutilated.]
Dated 1242. [With a broken seal.] Ch. 30*.

William de Bovill grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge,
for the health of his soul, the homage and service of Ralph de
Grayspore which he was accustomed annually to pay for three acres
of land in .... (c. 1250.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 41.

Fragment of a charter by which widow of Martin Bun

.... grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge the whole
(c. 1250.) Ch. 44.

Fragment of a grant to the prior and convent of Tunbridge.
(c. 1280-90.) Ch, 52.



118 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.
Thomas, son of Ralpli le N . . . . , grants to J., the prior, and

convent of Tunbridge all his right to a certain annual rent ,

&c. Ch. 63.

Richard, the clerk of Wolkestede, grants to the prior and canons of
Tunbridge 20 pence of annual rent from the tenement which Gervase
de Hauckesherst formerly held. (c. 1270.) [Mutilated.^ Ch. 6^.

Grant to Thomas le Prior and Alice of Tunbridge

which he bought of Man (c. 1280.) [Mutilated.'\ Ch. 67.

Charter relating to the priory of Tunbridge. [Mutilated.] (c. 1280.)

Ch. 69*.

Amicia, formerly the wife of grants to sir John, the

prior, and convent of Tunbridge all her right, &c. in

[Mutilated.] Dated 14 Ed. I. Ch. 72*.

Amicia, formerly wife of Hamo Peche, grants to the churcl^ and
canons of Tunbridge all right and claim in the lands and tenements
which Hamo Peche her husband, herself, and her daughter Alice, at
any time had given to the said church and canons.

Dated the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Hilary, 1278.

Ch. 77.

Charter by which the prior and convent of Tunbridge grant to ... .
a piece of land. (c. 1300.) [Mutilated.] Ch. "jS.



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