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master Robert de Radeswell on the other, late rector of Bergh, but
now succeeded by sir William Cros, the present rector, party to this
cause.

Dated at Norwich, 3 Non. Nov., 132 1. [With seal^ Ch. 300.

CANTLEY. Extract (mutilated) from the court roll of Cantley,
20 Chas. IL Ch. 52.

Memorandum that at a court held at Cantley Uphall the Wednes-
day in Easter Week, 1670, Robert Peircewas admitted as tenant of the
manor for the three acres of hmd in Cantley surrendered to the lord,
for the use of the said Robert Peirce, at a court held there the Wednes-
day next before the feast of Michaelmas, 1 667, by Robert Smith. Ch. 51.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 173

NORFOLK.
Manor court roll of a court held 23 Septeraber, 15 Chas. II, i. e.
1663, for the manors of Cantley and Netherhall. Ch. 50.

At a manor court roll held Wednesday before the feast of St.
Michael, 165 1, for Cantley and Netherhall, Robert Moggs surrendered
to the use of Edward Gaudy, esq., the end of a barne, to hold the
same according to the custom of the manor. Gh. 49.

At a court held at Cantley 27 March, 1650, Anne Gaudy surrendered
into the hands of the lord, for the use of Edward Gaudy, esq., a part
of a granary in Cantley aforesaid, and at the same court the said
Edward petitioned to be admitted, and was admitted according to
the custom of the manor. Gh. 48.

Indenture dated i Jan., 22 James I, between sir Robert Gawdye of
Claxton of one part, and the mayor and bailiffs of Great Yarmouth of
the other, witnesseth that the said sir Robert Gawdye has sold to the
mayor and bailiffs his wood of Cantley, until it be all removed, they
paying annually £16 to5. Cli. 47.

CARBROOKE. Manor court held the Friday before the feast of
St. George, 2 Hen. YIII, at which the lord grants four pieces of
land to John Mannyng, clerk, John Busshop and Peter Bowyam.

Ch. 53.

CASTLEACRE (Priory of). Confirmation by Simon de Walton,
bp. of Norwich, of the churches, pensions, and tithes appropriated to
the monks of Castleacre.

Dated at Geywude, i kl. Aug., 1265. Gh. 54.

CASTLEACRE. Roger Mayhewe of Castleacre grants to Peter
Boteler of Castleacre, his heirs and assigns, 3 acres and 3 roods of land
lying in divers pieces in the field of Castleacre.

Dated at Castleacre the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Michael, 20 Rich. II. Gh. 55.

CAISTER,. Deed by which Thomas, bp. of Norwich, and the dean
and chapter of Norwich, consent to the appropriation of the church of
the Holy Trinity, Caister, to the use of the priory of Shouldham.

Dated 22 December, 1365. \With seals.'] Gh. 478.

CAISTER and MAUTBY. Indenture (owpnrper) witnessing that
William Bozoun of Wissingset and John his son, grant to John Farewel,
the lady Mary his wife, Thomas Heydon, chaplain, and John Norman of
Scroutbye, the whole of his marsh called ' Saunflete, Cawmflete, and
Hoggesmerch,' lying in Castre-flegge, together with 2 pieces of meadow
in Mautebye, for 10 years from Michaelmas, 11 Rich. II., paying
annually 34s. lod. Gh. 58.

CAISTOR. Appropriation of the church of Holy Trinity, Caister,
to the prior and convent of Shouldham : a pension to be paid to the
bp. of Norwich of 235. ^d., and to the prior and chapter 35. 4^.

Dated 10 July, 1387. \With seal.'] Ch. 47^..



174 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.
NORFOLK.
John Stylle, clerk, and Geoffrey Spirlyng of Norwich, demise to
Simon Gerard of Mawteby and Andrew Ponde of the same, all
that messuage called ' Lombys,' and seven acres and three roods of
arable land in 15 pieces, and pasture for 15 ewes and their lambs, &c.,
in the village of Castre, near great Jernemuth, or elsewhere in the
villages adjacent. Also they appoint John Symmes and Thomas
Massinger, their attornies, to deliver seisin of the same.

Dated at Castre, 2 July, 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 57.

Final concord dated Westminster, 26 Hen. YIII, between John
Barghclerk, Richard Fyldehous, Richard Greve, Henry Manthorpe, and
John Bonsale, plaintiffs, and Robert Church and Joan his wife, de-
forciants, concerning one messuage and nine acres of land in the parish
of Holy Trinity, Caister, by which the said deforciants acknowledge the
same to be right of the plaintiffs, they receiving .£30 sterling. Ch. 56.

CAWSTON. Robert Goodman of Causton demises to William
Wolven and Joan his wife a messuage with i| acres of meadow, and
three acres of land in a croft in Causton.

Dated at Causton, 6 May, 5 Ed. VI. Ch. 59.

Richard Bowere of Salle, Robert Pulle, and Adam Spre . . . grant

to John , Thomas Suffryn, and Nicholas Crabbe, certain land in

Causton. Dated at Causton, . . October, 1 1 Hen. VII. Ch. 60.

"William Grymesby, alias Redere, Richard Howchyns, and William
Howchyns of Causton, demise to Thomas Boordyour and John Haddon
of Causton, a certain messuage there in a way called ' Fallyngate.'

Dated at Causton, 26 March, 8 Hen. VII. Ch. 61.

Thomas Bordyour and John Hadon of Causton demise to Richard
Bowr of Salleh, and Robert Pylle, a messuage lying in Causton.

Dated at Causton, 9 Hen. VII. Ch. 62.

Thomas Suffen and Nicholas Crabbe of Causton demise to Edmund
Elman and Edmund Bulman of Causton, a messuage in Causton, also
an inclosure in Fallyngate, and two pieces of land there lying in fields
called ' Boy wood fylde,' and Westfeeld.

Dated at Causton, 20 Sept., 28 Hen. VIII. Ch. 63.

John Thompson and Anabilla his wife grant to William Payne of
Cawston, a messuage and certain land in Cawston which they had by
the gift and feoffment of Edward Bulman, as by his charter dated
23 March, 4 Ed. VI.

Dated 24 March, 6 Ed. VI. [With seal] Ch. 63*.

Joan AVulvyn, widow, grants to William Collynson, clerk, the whole
of a messuage and certain land in Causton.

Dated at Causton, 24 May, i Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 64.

Extract from the court roll held 21 April, 27 Q. Elizabeth, for the
manor of Cawston. Ch. 65.

Extract from the court roll of John Hobarte, kt., dated 28 April,
8 Chas. I — 1642, for the manor of Cawston. Ch. 66.

CHATEGRAVE. William, son of Karol (? Charles) de Plumb-
Btede, grants to Lecie, daughter of William, the priest of Wynstune,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 175

NORFOLK,
for her homage and service and 14 marks of silver, 4^ acres of arable
land lying in the fields of Chategrave. (c. 1230.) Ch. 69.

William, son of Karol of Plumstede, grants to Lecie, daughter of
"William, the priest of Wynstur, for her homage and service and 5
marks of silver, one piece of land lying upon ' Hardewre ' in the fields
of Chategrave, paying annually for the same ^d. (c. 1230.) Ch. 70.

CHATEGRAVE and EDGEFIELD. Indenture made between
sir Thomas Botelyn, kt., and Alexander de Walcote and others,
concerning the manors of Chategrave and Eggefeld.

Dated at Eggefeld the Tuesday next after the feast of SS. Philip
and James, . . Ed. I. Ch. 79.

CHATEGRAVE and WHEATACRE. Charter reciting the
grant of the manors of Chattegrave and AVhetacre, with the advowsons
of the churches of All Saints and St. Peter's of Whetacre, &c., to sir
AVilliam de AVylughby, kt., son of sir John de Wylughby, kt., for the
term of his life, by sir Wm. la Zouche, and others ; and now witnessing
by virtue of the said donation and concession, in the presence of sir
Ralph de Rochford, kt., and others, the said sir William de Wylughby,
kt., attorns to William de Huntingfeld and others of and in the
reversion of the manors and advowsons aforesaid.

Dated at Eresby, co. Lincoln, the Tuesday next after the feast of
St. Dunstan, 47 Ed. III. Ch. 71.

CLIPPESBY. William atte Grene of Ouby and William Gybbes of
Thyrne grant to Alexander Clerke of Cleppesby and John his son, two
pieces of arable land in Cleppesby.

Dated there the Saturday on the feast of St. Matthew the apostle,
20 Rich. II. Ch. 72.

COLEGATE. Richard, son of Richard 'Nepotis,' of Colegate,
with the assent of Agnes his mother and Christiana his sister, grants
to Thurbern the tanner 2s. of annual rent from one messuage which
lies in Colegate ; paying annually 25. For this donation the said
Thurbern gave 24s. of silver, (c. 1220.) Ch. 74.

CONGHAM. William, son of William de Cangham, grants to
the brethren of St. Mary Magdalen upon the causeway between Lynn
and Geywode, in frankalraoigne, five acres of land in the fields of
Cangham. (c. 1230.) Ch. 238.

Grant to John Manyngham.

Dated at Congham, . . Dec, . . Ed. III. [Illegible.] Ch. 75.

CRANEFORD. Composition between the abbot and convent of
Sibeton of the one part and the prior and convent of Horsham St.
Faith of the other, concerning two parts of the tithes of the lordship
formerly sir John de Holebrok's, in the village of Craneford, demised
to the said abbot and convent.

Dated at Horsham St. Faith the Thursday next after the feast of
St. Peter ad vine, 13 10. Ch. 198.

CREAKE (North). Confirmation by John, bp. of Norwich, of an



176 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK,
agreement between the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich,
of the one part, and Richard Dockyng, rector of the church of North
Creyk, of the other, concerning two parts of the tithe of the lordship
of Ralph de Passelewe in North Creyk, confirmed to the said rector
and his successors for an annual pension of 205. to the prior and
convent of Norwich.

Dated the Tuesday before the feast of St. Barnabas. [ir27A seal.^

Ch. 287.

CROUCHESTOKE, SHOTTESHAM, GRENESVYL, BLAC-
WRTH, and CASTRE. Ricliard, son of Simon of Quathefeud,
grants to John, son of Oliver de Vaux, for his homage and service and
1 10 marks sterling, the whole of his tenement with the capital messuage
rents, customs, &c., to the same belonging, in Cruchestok, Scotesham,
Grenesvyl, Blacwrth, and Castre, paying annually to the said Richard
and his heirs the 4th part of one knight's fee. (c. 1260.) Ch. 77.

CROUCHESTOKE. Sir Miles de Stapilton, kt., sir John White,
kt., Oliver Groos, and John, parson of Salle, remit and quit- claim to
Miles, son of sir Miles de Stapilton, kt., sir Simon Felbrigge, kt., sir
Robert Bern eye, kt., William Rees, Robert Asshefeld, Simon Baret,
John Cokerell, master John Thorp, master John Moore, clerk, and
John Muryel, parson of Denyngton, all their right and claim in a
certain pool of water within the scite of the manor of Blackwood with
a certain garden adjacent, and in a certain piece of land containing 2 4
acres, with a certain piece of alder tree ground, lying to the north
of the said piece of ground, which was formerly either Randle or John
Greyday's of Crouchestoke, in Crouchestoke, and which were lately
held by the rod of the manor of Shotesham ; paying annually to the
said sir Miles de Stapilton and others, and their heirs, 2d.

Dated at Crouchestoke the Friday next after the feast of St.
Matthew the Apostle, 19 Rich. II. [^With seals.] Ch. 78.

DEOPHAM. Letter of John, the prior, and convent of Ch. Ch.,
Canterbury, setting forth that they have received to perpetual farm
from the prior and convent of Norwich, all tithes of the whole corn,
&c. which they have in the village of Depham ; paying annually to
them 24s. within the octave of Easter,

Dated 1227, month of August. [CJiarter loi'itten temp. Ed. /.]

Ch. 261.

DUDELINGTON. Appropriation of the church of Dudelingtone,
Norwich diocese, to the abbess and convent of Marham, and ordination
of the vicarage.

Dated at Marham, 4 kl. January, 1302. [/S'ea?.] Ch. 248.

EATON, near Norwich. Indenture made Michaelmas day, 27
Hen. VIII, by which William, the prior, and convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich, demise to Robert Brokon a piece of arable land in
the fields of Eton, near Norwich, for 80 years, paying annually 14s.

Ch. 291.

EDGEFIELD. Decree of Henry de Spencer, bp. of Norwich, in



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 177

NORFOLK,
a cause of the prior and convent of Bynham, against Richard, rector of
Eggefeld, concerning the right to the tithes of Eggefeld.

Dated 3 kl. May, 1378. [With seals.] Gh. 21.

EDGEFIELD, WALCOT, NORTON, and CHATE-
GRAVE. Sir Thomas Rostelyn, kt., grants to Alexander de Walcote,
Adam, parson of the church of Eggefeld, Vincent de Nortone, and Adam
de Shyringham, his manors of Eggefeld, Walcote, Nortone, and Chate-
grave.

Dated at Eggefeld the Monday next after the feast of Easter,

8 Ed. III. Ch. 80.

Sir Thomas Rostelyn, kt., grants to Alexander de Walcote, Adam,

parson of Eggefeld, Vincent de Norton, and Adam de Shyringham,

his manors of Eggefeld, Walcote, Norton, and Chategrave, with the

advowsons of the churches and their appurtenances.

Dated at Eggefeld the Tuesday next after the feast of the apostles
Philip and James. 10 Ed. Ill, Gh. 81.

EDGEFIELD, WALCOT, and WHETACRE. William Spaigne
and others appoint Roger Ba . . . and Henry de Lesyngham conjointly
and dividedly, their attornies, to give full and peaceable seisin to

William , parson of Waltham, and others, in the manors and

lands of Eggefeld, Walcote, and Whetacre.

Dated at Eggefeld the Thursday after the feast of St. Ambrose,
12 Hen. IV. Gh. 83.

EGGEFELD, WALCOTE, and WHETACRE. Robert de
Wylughbi, lord of Eresby, appoints Henry Les .... his attorney
to receive in his name seisin of the manors of Eggefeld, Walcote, and
Whetacre.

Dated at Whetacre the Friday before the feast of St. George,
martyr, 12 Hen. IV. [With seal.'] Gh. 83*.

EGMERE. Letters patent of Thomas, bp. of Norwich, addressed
to master Walter de Elveden, LL.D., his vicar general, reciting a peti-
tion of sir John Leche of Eggemere, clerk, and John de Eggemere,
setting forth that the parish church of Eggemere is in two moieties,
and that the right of patronage belongs to each of them, and praying
that the same may be consolidated ; the said vicar general to certify
concerning the expediency of the same.

Dated at Semere, 13 Sept., 1355. Gh. 82.

Copy of the composition between the prior and convent of Wal-

singham and John Lucas, rector of the church of Eggemere, concerning

two parts of the tithes of no acres of land in the fields of Eggemere

of the fee of Castleacre.

Dated at Norwich, 26 April, 1435. Gh. 559.

ELLIN GHAM,WYNSTON, STOCKTON, &c. A final concord
{illegible) indorsed 'A transcript of a fine for sir Walter Hobart's
purchased lands in Stockton and other townes thereabouts, 18 H. 8.'

Gh. 84.

FELMINGHAM. Thomas Ywstaunce of Eelmyngham grants to
sir Bartholomew Antyngham, kt., 6dl. of annual rent from lands and
tenements in Eelmyngham.



178 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Dated at Felmjoigham the Monday next after the feast of St.
Margaret the virgin, 39 Ed. III. Ch. 85.

FILBY. Final concord dated at York, 9 Ed. Ill, between Richard
de Berkyngge and Joan his wife, plaintiffs, and John, vicar of Rameseye,
and Rich, le Riche of Bremmysgrove, deforciants, concerning 10 acres
of land in Fyleby, and half of the manor of Fyleby, and the advowson
of the church of Fyleby. Ch. 86.

Extract from a roll of pleadings, no. 267, Michaelmas term, 9
Ed. Ill, concerning the right of presentation to the church of Fyleby,
John de Heweke and Isabella his wife being the defendants, and
Richard de Berkyngge and Joan his wife plaintiffs. Ch. 87.

Extract from a roll of pleadings, Trinity Term, 7 Hen. IV [roll 112],
between sir Simon Felbrygge, kt., and others, plaintiffs, and Margery,
who was the wife of Thomas Spayne, and others, defendants, concerning
the right of presentation to the church of Filby. Ch, 89.

Ten extracts from the rolls, of entries relating to the presentation
to the church of Filby. 15 and 16 Hen, VI. Ch, 90.

Writ from King Henry VI to the sheriff of Norfolk, setting out the
claims to the right of presentation to the church of Fylby, decided in
favour of John Lematon. [No date.'] Ch. gi.

Oliver Groos, esq., quit-claims to Elizabeth, who was the wife of
Robert "White, esq., the whole of his right which he had in the church
of Filby, Norfolk. Dated 20 May, 17 Hen. YI. Ch. 92.

John Berkyng of Rolyssby grants to sir Henry Inglose, kt., Robert
Norwich, and Greoffirey "VValle, one piece of land, containing 10 perches,
in Filby, with the advowson of the church of Filby. \G<ypy on paper.]

Ch. 93.

Roger Towneshende grants to Bartholomew White, esq., one piece
of land in Filleby called * Le Glebe,' with the half of the advowson of
the church of Filleby, and quit-claims all his right in the same to the
said Bartholomew WTiite. Dated 4 August, 15 Ed. IV. Ch. 94.

Richard de Berkyngge grants to Roger de Estreford,

Clement de Brethenham, and Bartholomew his brother, the whole of
his manors of Fylby and RoUesby, except one rood of land and the
advowson of the church of Fylby; paying annually to the said Richard
20 marks of silver.

Dated at RoUesby, 3 January, 33 Ed. III. Ch. 88.

Composition made by William, the prior, and convent of St. Faith,
Horsham, with William de Berry, rector of Filleby, concerning the tithes
of the fee of sir William de Cheney in the village of Filleby.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the feast of St. Edmund,
1312. Ch. 199.

PINCHAM. Simon de Asshelee, parson of St. Mary's of Tid,
and Thomas his brother, grant to Adam, son of Andrew Schirrene of
Flicham and Agnes his wife, 5 roods of land lying in Fincham in
Southfield.

Dated at Fincham the Sunday next after the feast of St. Peter in
cathed., 11 Ed. III. Ch. 96.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 179

NORFOLK.
FLITCHAM. Letter of Ralph, bp. of Norwich, settling a dispute
between Vincent, the prior, and brethren of Flicham, rectors of the
church of Flicham, and the vicar of the said church, concerning the
tithes of one carucate of land. [Mutilated.l

Dated 3rd Nones of March, 1288. Ch. 95.

FORDHAM. Petronilla, daughter of Bartholomew de Gunthorp,
called ' le Mey,' grants to sir Gosceline de Gressenhale, rector of one
moiety of the church of Fordham, one messuage in Fordham, with
a grange which the said Gosceline had sold to her, to hold the same
for his life at an annual rent of 6d.

Dated at Fordham the Monday next after the feast of St. Faith,
virgin, 1294 — 22 Ed. I. Ch. 97.

Confirmation deed of Robert, the prior, and convent of Wyr-
megaye, of the grant from the prior and convent of the cathedral
church of Norwich and John, bp. of the same, for the appropriation of
the half of the church of Fordham to the uses of the said prior and
convent.

Dated at Wyrmegaye, 5 Id. November, 13 16. Ch. 574,

John de Lisle of Toftes grants to master John de Brisele, John

Curteys, and Thomas de Brisele, the reversion of one messuage in

Fordham near ' Helegey,' which messuage sir Richard de Kyngeston,

rector of the moiety of Fordham, held for his life.

Dated at Fordham the Tuesday next before the feast of St. Mark,

evangelist, 10 Ed. III. Ch, 98.

An agreement by the prior and convent of Wyrmegeye for the

payment of an annual pension of 35. ^d, to the bp. of Norwich for

the half of the church of Fordham, appropriated to that priory.

Dated 1347. [ With seal. ] Ch. ^1$.

POREHOE (Hundred of). Patent granted by K. James I to
sir Henry Hobart, kt., of the bailiffship of the hundred of Forhow.

Dated 19 Jan., 15 James I. Ch. 99.

FOULDEN. Peter Kenton of South Pykenham, John Pawson,
clerk, Robert Kenton, and John Roberds of Fowledon, grant to John
Kenton, sen., and John Kenton, jun., of Fowledon, and Thomas Skotte
of Dudlyngton, a messuage and 20 acres and three roods of arable land
in the village and fields of Fowledon.

Dated at Fowledon, 10 August, 13 Hen. VIII. Ch. 100.

FREETHORPE. Extract from the roll of the manor court held
the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Thomas, 8 Ed. IV, for Frethorp
and Rothenhall. \Grant to John Kippyng.^ Ch. no.

Extract from the manor court roll, held the Thursday in the feast
of the Annunciation, 5 Hen. VII, for Frethorp and Rothenhall.

[Grant to John Kippyng^ Ch. iii.

Extract from the manor court roll held the Friday after the feast of
All Saints, 6 Hen. VIII, for Frethorp and Rothenhall.

\ist court of Edward Clere, csg.] Ch. 112.

Extract from the manor court roll held the Thursday after the feast
of St. Faith, virgin, 2 Q. Eliz,, for Rothenhall and Frethorp. Ch. 113.

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180 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.

Extract from the manor court roll held the "Wednesday on the
inorrow of the Annunciation, 20 Q. Elizabeth, for Molton alias Meughton
hall with Rothenhall in Frethorp. Ch. 114.

Extract from the manor court roll held the Friday in the feast of
the Annunciation, 22 Q. Eliz. Gh. 115.

Court roll dated the Thursday, 14 October, 28 Eliz., for Moulton
alias Moughton hall with Rothenhall in Frethorpe. Ch. 116.

PRESSINGFIELD, co. SUFFOLK. Indenture made at
Norwich, 1422, 10 Hen. Y, between John Manny ng, mayor, and
the community of the city of Norwich, of the one part, and John
Rykynghale, dean, and the chapter of St. Maries in the fields, within
the city of Norwich, of the 2nd part, and sir Simon Felbry gge, kt.,
Roger Prat, clerk, Walter Danyel, and John Alderford, of the 3rd
part, witnessing, that whereas the abbot and convent of Bury St.
Edmunds have assigned to the said parties of the 3rd part the half of
the church of Fresyngfeld for an annual payment of 40s., they grant
the same to the dean and chaplains of St. Maries in the fields, subject
to the payment to the mayor and corporation annually of <£io for finding
a priest to serve the said church and officiate for the repose of the
souls of William Rees and Margaret his wife, and all faithful souls, &c.
[With seals.] Gh. ^o^.

FRETTENHAM. The accounts of Margaret Banyard, farmer of
Thos. Howard, esq., for the manors of Iklyngham Bernerys and Meyton
Hall in Frettenham, in right of the lady Elizabeth Bourchier his wife,
from Michaelmas 13 to Mich. 14 Ed. III. Gh. 210.

FRETTENHAM, STRATTON, and HORSTEAD. John de
Seymor grants to Edmund Cosyn, citizen of Norwich, all his right and
claim in the manor of ' Maydenton ' in Fretenham with the market
and fair in Fretenham, and 2 acres of land in Stratton, and one acre
in Horsted.

Dated at Norwich the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Peter ad

vine, 17 Ed. III. [With seal] Gh. 102.

Sir John de Wynggefeld, kt., quit-claims to Edmund Cosyn, citizen

of Norwich, all his right and claim in the manor of ' Maydenton ' in

Fretenham, and in two acres of land lying in the field of Stratton, and

one acre in Horsted.

Dated at Norwich the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Peter ad

vine, 17 Ed. III. [With seal] Gh. 103.

Sir John de Wynggefeld, kt., quit-claims to Edmund Cosyn, citizen

of Norwich, all right and claim in the market and fair in the village of

Fretenham.

Dated at Norwich the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Peter
ad vine, 17 Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. loi.

Thomas atte Chirche of Little Hauboysse and Katherine his wife
grant to Edmund Cosyn their market and fair in Fretenham.

Dated at Norwich the Friday on the feast of St. Peter ad vine, 17

Ed. III. Ch. 104.

Edmund Cusyn, citizen of Norwich, grants to sir Robert Broun,

rector of Crowemere, John de Reppes, Ralph Bigot, rector of Truncham,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 181

NORFOLK.
Henry de Tutyngton, rector of Hevyngham, and John atte Dele,
rector of little Hauboys, the whole of his manor of 'Maydenton' in
Fretenham.

Dated at Norwich the Sunday on the feast of Pentecost, 23 Ed. III.
[With seal] Ch. 105.

Ralph Bigot, parson of Truncham, and John de Reppes, sen., appoint
"William de Felmyngham and Thomas de Lopham, their attornies, to
give seisin to Cecilia, who was the wife of Edmund Cosyn, and Philip
their son, of the whole of their manor of ' Maydenton ' in Fretenham.
Dated the Sunday next after the feast of St. Barnabas, 24 Ed. III.
[With seal] Ch. 106.

Cecilia de Bumpstede, formerly wife of Edmund Cosyn, citizen of
Norwich, grants to Bartholomew de Appelyerd and others the whole
of her manor of ' Maydentun ' in Fretenham, and one acre in Horstede.
Dated at Fretenham the Monday next after the feast of St. Faith,
2 Rich. IL [With seal] Ch. 107.

Memorandum that John de Pedham, bailiff, of the manor of ' May-
denton,' belonging to sir John Whyte, kt., has retired from his
office on Michaelmas day, 12 Rich. II, and delivered the goods, &c.,
of the manor to John Punyards his successor. Ch. 108.

A petition to the earl of Oxford [John de Vere] by the tenants of
the manor of 'Maydeston' in Fretenham concerning the exactions
to which they have been subjected, in consequence of the seizure of the
lands of Giles Seyntlo, esq., into the King's hands, he being attainted.

Ch. 109.

FRINGE. Letter of the official of the bishop of Norwich to
sir Peter, the master of the hospital of St. Giles in Norwich, and
master John de Brisele, rector of St. Mary's of the Marsh in Norwich,
appointing them to hear and determine a dispute commenced in the



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