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court at Canterbury, in the cathedral of Norwich, between John de
Knapton, rector of Frenge, and William, prior of the Holy Trinity,
Norwich. Dated at Norwich, Kal. August, 1339. Ch. 271.

GARBOLDISHAM. Copy of an indenture dated 6 May, i
Hen. VII, by which James Arblaster lets to farm to John Baxter
the manor of Uphall in Garboldysham for 10 years, paying annually
£S 8s. id. Ch. 117.

GATELEY. Indenture made the last day of November, 20 Hen.
VIII, between sir John Bourchere, kt., lord Barneys, of the one part,
and Edmond Whyte, esq., of the other, by which the said lord demises
to the said Whyte his manor of Gately for 40 years, paying annually
£12 35. 4d. Ch. 118.

Confirmation by Edmund Knyvett, esq., and Jane his wife, daughter
of sir John Bourgchier, kt., lord Barners, of a lease granted by the
said lord Barners to Edmond Whyte of the manor of Gateley, co.
Norfolk, for 40 years at an annual rent of £12 3s. id.

Dated 11 Sept., 24 Hen. VIII. Ch. 119.

GAYST (Manor) with LUTON FEE. Schedule of lands acquired

by the King by reason of an exchange with sir Richard Southwell, kt.

[Copy from the Augmentation Office.] Ch. 120.



182 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
GAYWOOD. Indenture made 7 October, 13 Charles II, by which
George Crofts, D.D., dean, and the chapter of the cathedral church of
Norwich, demise to Edmund Boldero of Hacksteed, Suffolk, D.D., 50
acres of pasture ground within Gaywood, next King's Lynn, for 2 1
years, at an annual rent of £4 13s. Sd. and certain customs. Ch. 121.

GOODERSTONE. Composition between the abbess and convent
of Denny, Cambridgeshire, and the vicar of the church of Goderestone,
Norwich diocese, at the instance of Thomas, bishop of Norwich, to
whom the differences between the said parties had been referred.

Dated at Hexne, 30 January, 1358. Ch. 122.

GOUTHORP, DUNSTON, and PORINGLAND. Muriel,
daughter of Henry de Ghessinge, formerly wife of William, son of
loldewiys of Nereford, grants to Thomas, son of Wimer de Karletune,
and Cateline daughter of the said Muriel, and their heirs, the whole of
her lands and tenements in the villages of Gouthorp, Dunestune, and
Poringlond. (c. 1280-90.) Ch. 123.

GRESHAM. Notarial instrument by which sir Robert Myller,
chaplain and rector of the church of Gresham, resigns the said rectory
of Gresham to the bp. of Norwich.

Attested by William Chaunt, notary public, at his house in London,
24 Novemb., 1468. Ch. 124.

GRISTON. John Markaunt and Henry Baxtere of Griston grant
to Robert Randolf and others, one acre of land in Griston.

Dated at Griston the Monday next after the feast of St. Matthew

the apostle, 11 Hen. IV. [With seal] Ch. 125.

John Bysshopp of Griston quit-claims to Robert Randolf, William

Harre, Thomas Neve, and their assignes, all right and claim in that

acre of land in Griston which he had of John Markaunt and Henry

Baxtere of Griston.

Dated at Griston the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Gregory, pope, 12 Hen. IV. Ch. 126.

William Maryott of Griston grants to Robert Maiyott and others,
2^ acres of land lying in the field of Griston.

Dated at Griston the Sunday next after the feast of Easter, 1 7 '

Hen.VL Ch. 127.

John Marcaunte of Griston grants to William Orlyans, rector of

St. Andrew in Rokelaund Toftes, one close called * Dameales,' with

a croft containing two acres lying in Griston.

Dated at Griston the Thursday next after the feast of St. Andrew,

30 Hen.VL Ch. 12S.

William Bowgdon of Gryston and others, demise and confirm to

Richard Randolff of Gryston and others an inclosure called Damalys

containing 2 J acres of land lying in the way called Chyrchegate.

Dated at Gryston, 26 Nov., 8 Ed. IV. Ch. 129.

Peter Locke, clerk, master of the college of Thomston, and others,
demise and confirm to Richard Randolff of Gryston and others four
pieces of land in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 16 Feb., 7 Ed. IV. Ch. 130.

Copy (dated 1614) of a charter, by which William Whaley, the prior,



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NORFOLK,
and convent, of the house or monastery of St. James the apostle, of
Bokenham, and sir John Platting, canon of the same place and perpetual
vicar of the church of Griston, grant to John Byshoppe of Griston,
John Hare, WilHam Pallmer, and Robert Cowper, one acre of their
land belonging to the vicarage of Griston ; paying annually to the vicar
and his successors 8d. [UnfinisJied.] Ch. 130*.

John Saundrez of Carbrok grants to John Plattyng, vicar of Gryston,
and others, one iuclosure called ' Dam Alys,' containing two acres and
a half lying in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 20 Oct., 19 Ed. lY. Ch. 131.

William Palmer and Ed. Robynys of Gryston grant to Henry Palmer,
Alice his wife, and Thomas Mynings of Gryston, one messuage with
a croft containing three acres and a half of land together with certain
other lands in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 9 Nov., 2 Rich. III. ~ Oh. 132.

"William Markaunt of Gryston and others grant to William Bettys,
clerk of Thomeston, and John Heydon of Bacunsthorp, one piece of
land in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 19 May, 36 Hen. VI. [With seals-l Ch, 133.

John Plattyng, lately vicar of Gryston, now prior of the monastery
of Buckenham, Norf., and others, grant to Henry Howse of Gryston
and others, an inclosure called ' Dame Alys ' in Gryston, and appoint
John Brown to give seisin of the same.

Dated at Gryston, 22 Nov., 2 Hen. VII. [With seals.] Ch. 134.

John Bysshopp of Gryston, sen. , and others, grant to Richard Bownne
of Gryston and others, one acre of arable land lying in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 20 Oct., 5 Hen. YII. Ch. 135.

Henry Palmer of Gryston and others, grant to Henry Howse of
Gryston and others, two acres of arable land lying in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 12 August, 7 Hen. VII. Ch. 136.

John Palmer of Gryston, son of Henry Palmer, and others, grant to
John Mannyng of Gryston, Agnes his wife, and others, 2 acres of land
in Gryston. Dated at Gryston, 29 Sept., 7 Hen. VII. Ch. 137.

Thomas Eykeys of Woton grants to John Mannyng, clerk of Fomcet,
all the lands, &c., which he has in Griston.

Dated at Griston, i May, 10 Hen. VII. [With seal.] Ch. 138.

Richard Bownne of Griston and Thomas Mynnys of the same,
demise to John Funnale of Griston, John Caumpe, and Thomas
Markaunte, one acre of arable land lying in the field of Griston.

Dated at Griston, 20 July, 15 Hen. VII. Ch. 139.

John Palmer, son of Henry Palmer of Griston, and others, grant to
John Mannyng of Gryston, and Agnes his wife, and others, a messuage
with a croft containing 3 acres and a half of land, and 5| roods, and
other lands in Griston.

Dated at Griston, 29 Sept., 17 Hen. VII. Ch. 140.

William Mynnes, Thomas Bowne of Greston, and Richard Mjnines
of the same, demise and confirm to Robert Came of Greston, and



184 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK,
others, one messuage, and half a rood of land near to the said messuage,
and 3 J acres of land and half an acre of arable land in Greston.

Dated at Greston, 2 Oct., 18 Hen. VIII. Ch. 141.

John Brown, vicar of Gryston, and Thomas Palmer of the same,
confirm to John Radley and others, two acres of arable land in Gryston,
in the way called Chirchegate.

Dated at Gryston, 4 Sept., 19 Hen. VII. Ch. 142.

Cristina Howsse, late of Griston breva, and John Josse of Thompston,
clerk, grant to John Mannynge of Fornset, and William Markawnt of
Fonnall, chaplain, one inclosure in Griston called ' Damalys,' containing
2 J acres of land.

Dated at Griston, 10 Jan., 23 Hen. VII. Ch. 143.

Matilda Couper of Greston, widow, grants to John Brown of Greston,
and others, one messuage and certain parcels of land, with 2s. 50?.
4(/. or 3c?. annual rent in Greston.

Dated at Greston, 14 Feb., 3 Hen. VEIL Ch. 144.

John Ramme of Greston grants to William Love of Greston and
others, one messuage and half a rood of land, and 3^ acres of land in
Greston. Dated at Greston, 10 Oct., 10 Hen. VIIT. Ch. 145.

John Cawmpe of Gryston confirms to Thomas Dawys of Gryston,
and others, one acre of arable land lying in the field of Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 8 October, 12 Hen. VIII. Ch. 146.

John Browne, for a certain consideration, grants to Robert Browne
his son, a messuage called Randolphs in Griston.

Dated at Griston 8 April, 4 Ed. VI. [Signed^ Ch. 147.

Thomas Skott and John Gawdron of Carbroke remit and quit-claim
to Robert Browne of Gryston, all their right in one acre of land in
Gryston. Dated 20 Jan., 3 and 4 Ph. and Mary. [Signed^ Ch. 148.

Roger Julian de Tompston and Anna his wife, one of the daughters
and co-heirs of John Dawes, sen., grant to Robert Browne of Griston,
four acres of arable land in Griston.

Dated at Griston, 28 April, 4 & 5 Philip and Mary. Ch. 149.

Indenture made 28 April, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, by which Roger
Julian of Tompston, husbandman, and Ann his wife sell to Robert
Browne of Gryston 6 acres of land lying in Gryston and half an
acre in ' Martongate ' furlong in the said parish. Ch. 1 50.

Robert Browne of Thetford, habardasher, in fulfilment of a certain
convention, sells to John Mynnes of Little Cressingham, husbandman,
the whole of that messuage called Randolphes, with gardens, orchards,
&c., containing by estimation 10 acres, two closes of 16 acres, also n
pieces of land containing 1 1 acres in Griston.

Dated 10 July, 19 Eliz. [With seal.'] Ch. 151.

William Barne of Gryston and Catherine his wife (late wife of
Thomas Gaine) grant to Thomas Mynnes a messuage and land and
also a rent of 28. 6d. in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 4 April, 22 Elizabeth. [With seal] Ch. 152.

Richard Browne of West Tofts, co. Norfolk, clerk, and William



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NORFOLK.
Jervys of Watton, linen-draper, have demised to Peter Jervys of Gryston
one acre of land lying in Gryston.

Dated at Gryston, 7 Oct., 29 Elizabeth. Ch. 153.

Richard Bowne of Martyn, co. Norfolk, grants to Peter Mynnes of
Gryston, and Agnes his wife, certain land in Gryston.

Dated i October, 38 Q. Eliz. [With seal^] GK 154.

Indenture made 20 January, 2 Chas. I, between Edmond Browne
of West Tofts, yeoman, of the one part, and John Canham and George
Spooner of Gaston, yeomen, of the other part, witnesseth that whereas
a certain fine and recovery was levied in his Majesty's Court at West-
minster concerning a messuage, garden, and land, in Griston, this in-
denture acknowledges the same to have been so levied for the use of
the said Edmond Browne. Gh. 155.

HADDESCOTHORPE. Mutilated fine made at Westminster,
II Chas. I, of lands, &c., in Thorp. Gh. 157.

HADDISCOE. Bond of William Morgan in 100 marks to Chris-
topher Calthorpe of Aide . . . , co. Norfolk, for carrying out certain
conditions upon his presentation to the rectory of Hadesco.

Dated 13 August, 9 James I. Gh. 156.

HADDISCOE, HADDESCOTHORPE, TOFT MONKS,

and THURNETON. Nicholas Noote and Laurence Crank,

chaplains, dwelling in the village of Great Jernemuthe, with licence of

King Edward III, grant to sir Nicholas, the prior, and convent of the

Holy Trinity, Norwich, for the work and completion of their cell at

Great Jernemuth, one messuage, 34 acres of arable land, 2 J acres

of marsh, 2 acres of meadow, and ^ an acre of turbary, lying in the

villages of Haddesco, Haddescothorpe, Toft Monks, and Thurneton.

Dated at Thurneton the Thursday on the feast of St. Augustine,

bp. of the Angles, 47 Ed. III. Gh. 283.

HALE. Clement Felbrigge, Henry de Brome, and Joim G . . . ,

quit-claim to ... . Bungaye all their right in certain lands and

tenements in the village of Hale.

Dated at Hale, . . . December, 10 Henry VII. Gh. 159.

HALE, BLAKENEY, &c. Thomas, parson of the church of
Holt, remits and quit-claims to William, the vicar of Chetestan, and
Thomas, parson of the church of Saxlyngham, all right and claim in
the manor of Panewrtht and in 8 acres of land, £7 6s. %d. rents, and a
rent of ilb. of pepper in Hale, Blakeneye, Cleye, Salthous, Egefeld,
Wabourn, Stivkeye, Wyneton, Lerygsete, Batlesthorp, and Holt near
Blakeneye, and the half of the manor of Hogthone near Walsyngham.
Dated at Holt the Sunday before the Annunciation, 9 Ed. III.
[Withseai:] Gh. 158.

HALE alias HOLME HALE. Presentation by K. Charles I, of

Dudley Hopper, clerk, S.T.B., to the church of Hale alias Holm Hale.

Dated at Westminster, 30 Nov., 1 5 Chas. I. [ With seal^ Gh. 1 60.

HAPPISBTJRGH. Collation of William Eaton, B.A., to the
vicarage of Happesburg, vacant by the death of Richard Burradge, by
Richard, bp. of Norwich. Dated 16 March, 1638. Gh. 162.



186 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Mandate of induction from Richard, bp. of Norwich, to induct the
rev. William Eaton to the church of Happesburgh, vacant by the
death of Richard Burradge. Dated i6 March, 1638. Ch. 161.

HAPTON. Indenture made between Ralph Shelton, esq., and
Stephen Brasier, notary, of the one part, and John Wode of Hapton,
chaplain, Benedict Rider and Richard Hotte of the other part, witnesseth
that with the assent of John, the abbot, and convent of the monastery
of St. Mary of the fields, near Creyk, the said Ralph and Stephen have
granted to the said John, Benedict, and Richard, the church of Hapton
with all appurtenances for 10 years, paying annually to the said abbot
and convent the same sum as Ralph and Stephen.

Dated the Friday next after the feast of St. Luke, 2 Ed. IV.

Ch. 76.

HARDLEY. Thomas Amys of Berton grants to John, son of
John Hegge of Hoveton St. Peter, deceased, half an acre of marsh with
one pightell adjoining, in Hardele.

Dated at Hardele, 15 May, 38 Hen. YI. Ch. 164.

HAULING (East). Symon, son of Ralph de Keneghal, grants to
Richard de Suthrestun, for his homage and service and two marks, two
acres and one rood of arable land in Estherling, paying annually for
the same 2\d. (c. 1270.) Ch. 182.

Stephen de Gyssynge and Lucy his wife remit and quit-claim to Simon
de Meynewaryn and his heirs, all right against him, on account of the
construction of houses in Estherling, and bind themselves to observe
this quit-claim.

Made at Kenjmghale the Monday next after the feast of

St. Dunstan, bp., 1283, 11 Ed. I. Ch. 183.

Robert Lotekyn, John Reedham, and Geoffrey Waren, of Estharlyng,

grant to Thomas Sygo, Robert Fen of Russheworth, and others, three

and a half roods of arable land lying in the field of Estharlyng.

Dated at Estharlyng, 3 Oct., 13 Hen. VI. Ch. 185.

Robert Lotekyn, John Reedham, and Geoffrey Waryn of Estharling,

grant to Thomas Sygoe, clerk, John Royes, and others, of Estharling,

one acre, one rood, and four feet of land, in the field of Estharlyng.

Dated at Estharlyng the Monday next before the feast of

St. Dunstan, 16 Hen. VI. Ch. 186.

HAULING (East) and QUIDENHAM. John Grisyngham
grants to John Peyt, rector of Estherling, an.d John Hutte, senior, all
lands and tenements which he acquired of Edward Huntte, rector of
Todenham, in the villages of Estherling and Quydenham.

Dated at Estherling, 7 August, 19 Rich. II. Ch. 184.

HAULING (East) and SMALEBEC. William, son of Martine,
sister of . . . folche, grants to Walter, son of Eudo Chancehose, six
acres of land in the fields of Estherling, and half an acre of turf in
Smalebec, paying annually 12 c?. For this grant the said Walter gave
gs. (c. 1220.) Ch. 181.

HAUTBOYS (Little), SCOTTOW, and LAMMAS. Robert
de Shotesham of Skothowe, heir of Simon de Shoteshara his uncle,
late parson of the church of St. Mary's, Little Hawboys, grants to



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NORFOLK.
Thomas Brampton of Dilham the reversion of one messuage with a
croft in the village of Little Hawboys, and also of seven acres and a half
of land in divers pieces in the villages of Little Hawboys, Skothowe,
and Lammesse.

Dated at Little Hawboys the Sunday next after the feast of
St. Valentine, ii Ric. II. Ch. i66.

HAVEB.INGLAND. Peter de Byleney grants to Rycher the
chaplain, son of Luke de Brethergate of Wichingham, for his homage and
service, the whole tenement which the said Rycher acquired of Roger de
Gyneia, formerly son of Roger de Gyneya, rector of Heveringland in the
village of Heveringland ; paying annually 2\d. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 187.

HAWBOYS (Great). Final concord made at "Westminster the
octave of St. Michael, . . Ed. II, between Robert Banyard, plaintiff, and
John . . . , and Joan his wife, deforciants, concerning the manor of Great
Hawboys, which the said John and Joan acknowledge to be the right
of the said Robert, he giving one sparrow-hawk. Ch. 165.

HAYNFORD. John Shard elowe grants to Robert . . . . , an
annual rent of 40s. arising out of the manor of Heyneford in the county
of Norfolk during his life.

Dated at Estun Bavents, 10 April, 8 Hen. VI. Ch. 192.

HEATHFELDE. Roger Conneshende of Reyneham, esq., and
Francis Wyndham of Norwich, esq., grant to sir "William Paston, kt.,
Henry Doyle, Nathaniel Rukon, Henry Jernyngham, William Rugge,
and Thomas Wyndham, esq., all that capital messuage called ' Heathelde
Hall ' in Heathelde, with all lands, tenements, woods, &c. belonging ;
allso all lands, &c. called ' Twayteholde ' in Heathelde; also all the
manor of Heathelde alias Heathfelde ; with lands, &c. thereto
belonging. To hold the same to the uses declared in the last will
of Thomas Conneshende of Braken ashe, esq.

Dated 11 October, 20 Elizabeth. Ch. 447.

HELEGEYE. Simon Makepin of Helegeye, son of Peter le Child,
grants to sir William de Kyrkeby the prior, and convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his messuage, marsh,
and fishery, with the homage and service of Benedict Campon, John
de Modmeneya, Thomas Mussok, Philip Houty, John fitz Pagan, &c.,
in the village of Helegeye.

Dated at Norwich the Thursday before the feast of St. Valentine,
martyr, 11 Ed. I. Ch. 267.

HELGHETON. Eustace, the prior, and convent of St. Faith,
Horsam, grant to the vicar of the church of Helgeton, and his
successors (appropriated by Thomas, bp. of Norwich, to that priory),
a pension of loos. Dated November, 1227. Ch. 195.

HELLESDON. Foundation of a chantry within the church of
Heylesdon, Norwich diocese, by John Chircheman, citizen of London,
for the souls of John de Heylesdon and Joan his wife, Walter de
Berneye, Edmund de Alderford, John Chircheman and Emma his wife,
Thomas de Aldeburgh, John de Hevyngham, William de Blakeneye,
Robert North wold, and all the faithful; endowing the same with 20
marks of annual rent in London. \Undated.^ Ch. 188.



188 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
HENHAM. Extract from the manor court roll dated 1 6 October,
42 Elizabeth, concerning the surrender of certain land, &c. by John
Coles to the use of James Atmer. Ch. 1 80.

HEVINGHAM, MARSHAM, BUXTON, and STRATTON.

Final concord made at Westminster, Easter, 9 Charles I, between sir
John Hobarte, kt. and bart., plaintiff, and Edmund Bedingfeild, esq.,
and Elizabeth his wife, James Gedge, Richard Gedge and Margaret
his wife, deforciants, concerning one messuage, 40 acres of land, 4 acres
of meadow, 4 acres of pasture, and appurtenances, in Hevingham, ^lar-
sham, Buxton, and Stratton, which are acknowledged to be the right
of the said sir John Hobarte, he paying to the defendants £60 sterling.

Ch. 190.

HILDERCLE. Walter, son of Ralph de Hildercle, grants to
Ralph, rector of the church of Hildercle, the whole of his meadow and
pasture at Hildercle. To hold the same for four years, ' afesto Sancti
MichaeV anno cicli decemnovalis undecimo,' at a rent for the first year
of 15s., and for the 3 following years 35. 9c?. (c. 12 10.) Ch. 191.

HILDERSTON. John le Breht of Cesterton grants to Philip,
son of William de Cutisdon, for his homage and service, half a virgate
of land with a messuage in Hildeliston ; namely, that which the said
Philip held of him, paying annually for the same 65. (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 189.

HINDOLVESTON. Richard Huntte, sen., quit-claims to Rich.
Southewell all his right in three inclosures in Norton and Hyndol-
veston.

Dated at Hyndolveston, 10 June, 30 Hen. VIIL Ch. 209.

HINGHAM,BERG-HAM,WOODIlISING, HARDIN GH AM,
and STANFORD. Indenture made the Monday next after the feast
of St. Peter ad vine, 43 Ed. Ill, between sir William de Morlee,
marshal of Ireland, of one part, and Simon de Donemowe of Hengham
of the other part, witnesseth that the said sir William grants to the
said Simon his manor of Hengham, and a house called the fishhouse,
and the lands, &c., which were sir Edward de Baconsthorp's, kt., in
Hengham, and other lands, &c., which are called ' Watieress tenement,'
in Hengham, Bergham, Woderisyngg, Hardyngham, and Stanford, ex-
cept the advowson of the church, and a croft in Hengham. [ With seaZ.]

Ch. 171.

HINGHAM, and Hundred of POREHOE. Final concord,
dated at Westminster, 48 Ed. Ill, between Edmund Gournay, AVilliam
Pette, parson of the church of Haywardyn, William Cursun of Byntre,
and John Reed of Rougham, plaintiffs, and sir William de Morle, kt.,
deforciant., concerning the manor of Hengham and the hundred of
Fourhowe, with the advowson of the church of Hengham. Ch. 172.

HINGHAM (Great). Ralph, the parson of Great Hingham, grants
Robert de Cantelu, patron of the said church, licence to have a chapel
in his court of Bur, in which divine offices may be celebrated each day,
without prejudice and reserving all customs and oblations to the
mother church, (c. 1200.) CA. 167.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 189

NORFOLK.
HINGHAM and HACKFORD. Andrew de Hengliam quit-
claims to William, son of sir John le Mareschal his lord, all right in
all tenements which the said William had acquired of him in Hengham
and Hakeford.

Dated at Hengham the Monday on the feast of St. Laurence, 27
Ed. L ' Ch, 1 68.

HINGHAM. John, son of Henry Martin of Hengham, quit-
claims to sir William, the marshal of Ireland, all right in two pieces of
land in the village of Hengham.

Dated at Hengham the Sunday on the feast of the Conception of

theB.Y.M., 32 Ed.L CA. 169.

Sir William de Morlee, kt., grants to sir William de Bergham,

parson of the church of Caunitelee, and John de Congham, his manor

of * Bokenesthorphall ' in Hengham.

Dated at Hengham the Sunday on the feast of St. Matthew,

apostle, 27 Ed. III. [With seal ^ Ch. 170.

John Jeckys, Thomas Bredman, William Lawes, and John Toke,

of Hengham, demise and confirm to William Norton, William Vyncent,

and John Smyth, one messuage in Hengham.

Dated at Hengham the Monday next after the feast of the
Invention of the Cross, 18 Hen. VI. [With seals.'] Ch. 173.
Indenture made at Hengham, 24 July, 12 Ed. IV, by which John
Noth of Hengham sells to Robert Salus of Methweld, Robert Marchale,
and William Neel, a messuage or inn in Hengham called ' le Hert/
and an inclosed field and an alder bed in Hardyngham with various
goods enumerated, for which the said Robert Salus and others agree
to pay to the said John Noth 18 marks by certain instalments.

Ch. 174.
Thomas Kar and William Dam of Hengham, grant to John Noth
and others, one messuage or inn in Hengham called ' le Hert/ one field,
and an alder bed in Hardyngham.

Dated at Hengham, 5 August, 12 Ed. IV. Ch. 175.

John Stand on of Hengham quit-claims to John Noth of Hengham,

and others, all his right in a messuage or inn called *le Hei-t' in

Hengham. Dated at Hengham, 12 Dec, 21 Ed. IV. Ch. 176.

John Noth of Hengham, Robert Foster of Corston, and others,

deliver and confirm to Richard, duke of Gloucester, Thomas, marquis

of Dorset, sir Henry Lovell, kt., lord De Morley, and others, a messuage

or inn called ' le Hert ' in Hengham and an alder bed called ' Ronhagh *

in Hardyngham. Dated at Hengham, i October, 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 177.

John Leeys of Hengham demises and confirms to Margaret Cause

of Hengham, and others, a capital part of a messuage, and a parcel of

land in Hengham.

Dated at Hengham, 20 May, 20 Hen. VII. Ch. 178.

Letters patent, being a pardon granted by the crown to Thomas

Hunt, gent., for not obtaining a licence for the purchase of the manor

of Hingham, co. Norfolk, in consideration of the payment of a sum of

X40 to the crown.

Dated at Westminster, i8 May, 26 Elizabeth. Ch. 179.



190 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
HOLT and CLEY. "William de Ros of Hamelak appoints sir
Aleyn de "Weybredd and sir James de Houton to arrange matters
between sir Thomas de Yerdoun and himself touching the manors of
Holt and Cleye.

Dated at Penteneye the Wednesday next before the feast of
St. Katherine, . . Ed. II. Gh. 193.

HORNING. Indenture made 26 March, 1640, witnesseth that
Richard, bp. of Norwich, has demised to Wm. Lewin of Ludham, co.
Norf., a close called by the name of ' Lodge close,' containing 1 6 acres,



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