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and also 13 acres lying in the parish of Horninge. Ch. 194.

HORSHAM ST. FAITH'S. Indenture made 3 July, 10 James I,
witnessing that whereas sir Charles Comwallis of Horsham St. Faith,
knight, is bound unto sir Henry Hobart, kt., in the sum of £5000, and
whereas the said Charles and others have sold to the said sir Henry
the manor and rectory of Horsham St. Faith, as is contained in an
indenture bearing date the last day of June past, it is now witnessed
that sir Henry grants to the said sir Charles that for himself and his
heirs, no goods, &c. shall be molested contrary to the tenor of the said
indenture, if the said sir Charles shall recompense and pay to the said
sir Henry Hobart and his heirs such sums as are due ; after 40 days'
notice. Ch. 202.

HORSTEAD. William Ede of Stainghale grants to Robert ....
of Horstede two pence of annual rent which he was accustomed to
receive for one piece of land in the village of Horstede.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of the Annunciation
B.V.M., 4 Ed. in. Ch. 203.

HOUGHTON. John, son of John de Dreux, duke of Brittany
and earl of Richmond, confirms to the chantry within the church of
Houghton, the gift of Maria de Nevill, of land in South Pickenham.
Dated February, 1287. Ch. 204.

HOWE. Institution of John Eyre, M.A., upon the presentation by
King Charles II, to the parish church of How alias Hos, in Norfolk.
Dated 15 May, 1684. Ch. 205.

HUMPTONE. Nicholas de Coutesale grants to John, son of
Gosceline de Hovetune, for his homage and service and three marks of
silver, three acres of land in Humetune, paying annually to him and
his heirs (id. (c. 1230.) Ch. 207.

William, son of Bartholomew de Redham, rector of the church of
Hyrstede, grants to Henry, son of Alan de Horningge, for his homage
and service and 4 marks of silver, two acres and one rood of land
lying in the field of Humptone in two pieces, at an annual rent of 2d.
(c. 1270.) Ch. 206.

Illegible charter. Dated on the feast of All Souls, 7 Ed. II. Ch. 208.

INGHAM. John "Wyth of Bramstede and Estrilda his wife grant
to John Bakun, clerk, one messuage, and certain land in Ingham.

Dated at Ingham the Friday after the feast of St ,34 Ed. I.

Ch. 212.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 191

NORFOLK.

Sir Oliver de Ingham, kt., grants to John, rector of the church
of Hempstead, and John, son of Bobert de Ingham, one acre of land
in Ingham.

Dated at Ingham the Wednesday next after the feast of SS.

Tiburtius and Valerian, 13 Ed. II. Ch. 214.

Thomas, bp. of Norwich, grants to the prior and brethren of

Ingham, near Hykeling, and to sir Miles de Stapeltone, founder of

the said church, a special licence for building on the cemetery of the

parish church of Ingham.

Dated in the monastery of St. Bennet of Hulme, 27 June, 1361.
[With seal] Ch. 215.

INGHAM and HICKLING. John Wyth of Bramstede grants
to Boger de Walsham one messuage and certain land in Ingham and
Hykelyngham, to hold the same during the life of the said John.

Dated at Bramstede the Saturday next after the feast of St. Faith,
5Ed. IIL Ch. 21'^,

INGHAM, HEMPSTEAD, and WAXHAM. Thomas Gryme
grants to Thomas Catfield alias Thomas Godred, the prior and convent
of the house or priory of the Holy Trinity at Ingham, all his lands,
tenements, and rents in Ingham, Hemsted, and Waxtonesham.

Dated at Ingham, 4 June, 8 Hen. YII. Ch. 216.

ISLINGTON. John, son and heir of Nicholas Bogerey, late of
Ilsyngton, grants to Nicholas, son of John Neell, and Bichard Spalding
of the same place, three acres of land lying in the village and field of
Ilsyngton. Dated at Ilsyngton, 5 July, 11 Ed. IV. Ch. 211.

ITTEIIINGHAM,WICKMER, and BARNINGHAM (Little).
Indenture made 29 March, 14 Chas. I, by which sir John Hobart, kt.
and bt., demises to John Petts of Mannington the leete and view
known by the name of Itteringham Leete, in Itteringham, Wickmer,
and Little Barningham, in the co. of Norfolk, for 3 1 years at an annual
rent of 6s. -^d. Ch. 218.

KILVERSTONE. Christiana Hacoun, formerly wife of Bichard
de Bungey, of Thetford, quit-claims to Adam Cokerel of Thetford, all
her right in one piece of land in the fields of Kylverdistone.

Dated at Thetford the Saturday next before the feast of Nativ.
St. John Bapt., 13 Ed. II. [With seai:\ Ch. 219.

Geoffrey Hacoun of Thetford grants to Adam Cokerel of Thetford
one piece of arable land in the fields of Kylverdiston.

Dated at Thetford the Saturday next after the feast of St

apostle, . . Ed. II. Ch. 220.

Adam Cokerel of Thefford grants to Ely de Petrisburgh one acre of
arable land in the fields of Kylverdiston.

Dated at Thefford the Sunday next after the octave of the
Epiphany, 18 Ed. III. [With seal^ Ch. 221.

Ely de Petrisburgg of Thefford grants to Alice Bettes of the same
place one acre of arable land in the fields of Kylverdeston.

Dated at Thefford the Monday next before the feast of Si. Peter
in cathed., 45 Ed. III. Ch. 222.



192 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, KOLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Alice Bettys of Thetford appoints John Nevyle of the same place
to deliver full seisin in one acre of land in the fields of Kylverstone to
Henry Turgy and William Wynzene.

Dated at Thetford the Thursday next after the feast of the
translation of St. Thomas of Canterbury, 13 Ric. II. Ch. 223.

KIMBERLEY, CARLETON - FOREHOE, BURNHAM,
CRUNGTHORP, and WICKLEWOOD. William de Swyneflet,
archdeacon of Norwich, grants to the prior and convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich, two messuages, a toft, and land, and rents, in
Kymbirle, Carletonfourhowe, Bernham, Crungthorp, and Wyckelwode;
also he grants to them Roger Neel, a serf; for providing one monk
to celebrate for the soul of Thomas de Percy, late bp. of Norwich.

Dated at Kymbirlee the Thursday next after the feast of St. Michael,
49 Ed. III. [Seai:\ Ch. 282.

KIRKEBY. Letter of H., the abbot, and convent of Langley,
setting forth the appropriation of the church of St. Mary Kirkeby, by
Thomas, bishop of Norwich, saving to the vicar 8 marks.

Dated at Langeley, 1235, 6 Kl. July. Ch. 228.

XjAMMAS. Letter of William, bp. of Norwich, accepting the
resignation of Robert de Scoteho, parson of the church of St. Andrew
of Lammesse, and confirming the appointment of Nicholas the clerk to
the same church, on the presentation of Hugh, abbot of Hulm. (c. 1 1 50.)

Ch. 224.

John, son and heir of Oliver de Ingham, grants to William de Wyleby
of Lammesse and Alice his wife, for their homage and service and for
8 marks of silver, three acres of land in the village of Lammesse, in
one piece called ' Mosemere,' paying annually for the same 25.

Dated at Lammesse the Saturday in Easter week, 30 Ed. I. Ch. 225.

LAMMAS, SCOTTOW, and HAUBOYS. Matilda Qwyte grants
to John Qwite her son, all the lands and tenements which were Bar-
tholomew Qwytes in Lamesse, Scothowe, and Hauboys, for a payment
of 40s. annually, during her life.

Dated at Lamesse the Thursday next after the feast of St. Matthew,

1st Ric. n. Ch. 226.

John Bettes of Hejnieford grants to sir John Whyte, kt., William

Wynter, Oliver Groos, and Henry Lomynor, one messuage in Lammesse,

and all his lands in the villages of Lammesse, Scotowe, and Great and

Little Hobesse.

Dated at Lammesse the Wednesday next after the feast of the
beheading of St. John Baptist, 12 Ric. 11. Ch. 227.

LANGLEY (Abbey of). Letter of Rycher, the abbot and con-
vent of Langley, reciting the confirmation by Roger, bishop of Norwich,
of the appropriation and patronage of the churches of the Holy Trinity,
Lodun ; St. Gregory, Hekyngham ; St. Mary, Ryveshal' ; St. Mary,
Kyrkeby; St. Elene, Randeworth; St. Botulph, Limpenhog; and St.
Margaret, Trykeby; to the uses of the said abbot and convent of
Langley, excepting the collation to the church of Randeworth which
belongs to the bishoprick of Norwich.

Dated 12 Kl. Feb., 1275. [With seal] Ch. 229.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 193

NORFOLK.
LARLING-FORD and SNETTERTON. Letters patent of
Q. Elizabeth granting to Richard Alington, esq., an annuity of
£6 135. 4d. of and from the manor of Lerlingforth with the advowson
of the same, as also lands in Lerlingforth and Sneterton, with the
custody of Robert Alyngton, son and heir of John Alyngton, deceased,
to hold the said annuity during the minority of the said Robert.

Dated at Westminster, 9 November, i Q. Eliz. Ch. 235.

LIMPENHOE. Robert Browne of Limpenhow grants to William
Norton and Mary his wife half an acre of land in the fields of Lim-
penhow. Dated 3 Feb., 1640 — 16 Chas. I. Ch. 235*.

LODDON. Illegible deed concerning lands in Loddon granted
by Edmond Stanhope. Dated 20 April, 13 James I. Ch. 236.

liYNG^. Decree of John, bp. of Norwich, in settlement of the
dispute between William, the prior, and convent of Horsham St. Faith
of the one part, and sir John Walram, rector of the church of Lyng
of the other, concerning the tithes arising from certain lands within
the limits of the parish of Lyng.

Confirmed the Thursday next after the feast of St. James, apostle,
at Hevyngham, 1305. Ch. 197.

LYNN. Thomas Fuller, clerk, rector of St. Faith of Geywodde
quit-claims to Nicholas Portloud, prior of the hospital of St. Mary
Magdalen between Lenn and Geywodde, all right of action, &c., to
this date.

Dated 11 August, 17 Ed. lY. [With seal] Ch. 238*.

William Duraunt of Suthlenn and others, grant to Alice, relict of
Geoffrey Burghard, daughter of Matthew Herelewen of Suthlenn, seven
messuages, 28 acres of arable land, 60 acres of meadow, in villages and
fields of Suthlenn, Northlenn, Northclenchwarton, Storchrongeton,
Westwynch, and Herdwyk.

Dated at Suthlenn the Sunday next after the feast of the exaltation
of the Holy Cross, 26 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 239.

Thomas, bishop of Norwich, with the consent of his chapter, grants

to the prior and brethren of the order of St. Augustine, Lenne, a

certain tenement where their church with a house is situated in Lenne.

Dated at Lenne, 28 July, 1364. Ch. 240.

A petition from the towns of Wygenhale, Ilsyngton, Tilneye,
Clenchwarton, Watlyngton, Roungton, Holme, Secchith, and West-
wynch, against an act of parliament designed to be procured by the
town of Lenn against the commissioners of sewers. Ch. 241.

Henry, bp. of Norwich, confirms to John Drew, burgess of Lenn,
a certain place in Lenn, paying to the bishop and his successors los.
per ann.

Dated at Lenn, Michaelmas day, 1389 — 13 Rich. II. Ch. 242.

Names of constables appointed for the village of Lenn, 19 Ed. I.

Ch, 243.
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194 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
A petition from the mayor and aldermen of Lenn to the King
[Rich. II.] stating that in the late King's time Henry, bp. of Norwich,
had applied for a commission of oyer and terminer, concerning divers
trespasses said to have been committed by the men of Lenn, and for
which the town had been laid under an interdict, praying the King
not to grant the same, but to hear the cause in his own court. Ch. 244.

Robert de Botekisham, burgess of Lenn, quit-claims to Robert de
Brunham, burgess of the same place, all his right in the whole of that
messuage which anciently was called * Haldeynesmees,' lying in South-
lenn, between the common way which leads to the windmill, and the
messuage formerly John Listere's on the east, and the mess, of "William
Vyneor and the land of the heirs of Richard Howton on the west, and
extends itself in length to the bank near * le Southbrecaske,' towards
the south as far as the Flete formerly sir John de Wygenhale's, and
Mathew Herlewyn's towards the north.

Dated at Bishop's Lenn the Monday next after the feast of the
crucifixion of our Lord, 8 Hen. IV, the aforesaid Robert de
Brunham then mayor, and Edmund Belleyetere then alderman,
of Lenn aforesaid. [With seal^ Gh. 24^,

Robert de Botekisham and Thomas Drewe, burgesses of Bishop's
Lenn, quit-claim to Robert de Brunham of the same i)lace, all right
in a tenement lying in Lenn aforesaid in a way called ' Briggegate.'
Dated at Bishop's Lenn on the feast of the Nativity, 8 Hen. IV.

Ch. 246.

Letter from Hamburgh to the mayor of Lenne on behalf of the
citizens of Hamburgh whose goods were attached by reason of an
embargo, (c. 1370.) Ch. 247.

Appointment of proctors by William, the prior, and the convent of
the cathedral church of Norwich in a cause before Philip, bp. of Ely,
between them and the parishioners of Lenn, concerning the church of
St. Margaret and the chapel of St. James and St. Nicholas, Lenn.

Dated 18 October, 1427. [Seal broken.'] Ch. 289.

MASSINGHAM (Great). John, the abbot, and convent of
Hambeia, Normandy, grants to the bishop of Norwich, their church
of Great Massingham. Dated 1232. [With seal of abbeT/.] Ch. 24^.

Richard Southwell, Robert Cleve, and Bartholomew White, appoint
Simon White, Robert and Thomas Woodhous, their attornies, to
receive and take in their name the rents, &c. of the manor of Feltham
in Great Massyngham and elsewhere.

Dated 12 December, 21 Ed, IV. Ch. 250.

MATTISHALL. Margaret Egate, widow, grants to Thomas
Wattes of Mateshale and William Harry son, one piece of arable land
in the field of Mateshale.

Dated at Mateshale on the feast of the Ascension, 3 Ed. IV.

Ch. 251.

MENDHAM, METTFIELD, and HARLESTON, co. NOR-
FOLK, and WICKHAM SKEYTH, co. SUFFOLK. An

exemplification of a fine levied Hilary term, 15 Elizabeth, by which



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 195

NORFOLK.
Richard Weston, gent., Martin Calthorp, gent., and Joan his wife, in
consideration of the receipt of £600, convey land, &c. in Mendham,
Mettfeld, and Harleston, with the advowson of the church of Mendham,
and the manor and advowson of Wickham Skeyth, to Ed. Huggons,
gent., Thomas Cordell, gent., Robt. Heath, gent., and John Sulyard.
Dated at Westminster, 24 Jan., 22 Jas. I. Ch. 252.

METTON. John Dam of Susted, sen., and John Dam, jun., grant

to Robert and Thomas his son three pieces of land lying in

the field of Metton.

Dated at Metton the Monday next before the feast of St. John the

Baptist, . . Hen. VI. Ch. 253.

An indenture by which Bartholomew White, esq., agrees to assist

Henry Stotham of Morley in recovering the manor of Meyton, which

had been given to sir John Howes, knight, because Gyles Seyntlowe

had been attainted of treason.

Dated at Norwich, 9 June, 8 Ed. IV. Ch. 254.

MIDDLETON. Ailed, daughter of Bartholomew de Mideltun, and
Alice, daughter of Lewine, grant to Robert, son of Richard de
Ringstede, the whole of their messuage, with a toft, id>\d. of rents,
2 cocks, 20 acres of arable land, and 30 perches of land in Mideltun.
(c. 1 2 10.) Ch. 255.

MORLEY, DEPEHAM, ATTYLBURGHE, BESTHORP,

&c. Sir James Hubert, kt., and sir Robert Sowthewell, kt., demise
and grant to Edward, duke of Buckingham, and others, their manors
of Morley and Depeham, with the advowsons of the churches, chantries,
&c. in Depeham, Morley, Attylburghe, Besthorp, and other villages
adjacent ; also the above sir James Hubert, kt., grants to the said
Edward, duke of Buckingham, and others an annual rent of £6 13s.
4(Z. issuing out of the manor and lands of Tilney and Walpoole.

Dated 28 October, 2 Hen. VIII. Ch. 257.

MORLEY ST. BOTOLPH. Deed of Thomas, bishop of
Norwich, and consent of the dean and chapter, for the appropriation
of the parish church of St. Botulph's of Morle, with the chapel of
St. Peter annexed, to the use of the warden and chaplains of the
college chantry of Morle, saving an annual pension of 1 6s. to the bp.
and his successors.

[This deed is not sealed by the dean and chapter, nor dated, but
has the bishop's seal attached.] Ch. 256.

MOUNTJOY (Priory of), in HAVERINGLAND. Thomas
Clarke, late prior of the monastery of St. Laurence de Monte Gaudii
alias Mountjoy, quit-claims to William Hals, esq., all right, &c. in the
said priory or in any lands to the same belonging.

Dated 2 Sept., 23 Hen. VIII. Ch. 258.

NETTLESTEAD. Convention between the prior and convent
of Thetford and John Burnel, rector of Nettlestede, by which the
prior and convent make over to the said John two parts of the tithes
of Nettlestede, for an annual pension of 1 3s. 40?.

Dated 22 July, 1364. Ch. 530.

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196 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.
NORFOLK.
NORFOLK, Part of a roll containing a list of towns and owners
of manors and lands in the county of Norfolk, (c. 1300.) Ch. 296.

A return, indorsed * a third certificate of the official of Norwich of
the 2nd and 3rd tenths (1)/ being a list of defaulters, (c. 1300.)

Ch. 295.
Precept to the sheriff of Norfolk that he come before Robert de
Montalt and Thomas .... at Norwich the Wednesday in the feast
of the beheading of St. John the Baptist, 19 Ed. I, with all knights,
all head constables of hundreds and villages, <Src., to arrange watches
along the shores of Norfolk for the security of the kingdom. [Co-py.^

Ch. 335.

"William le Zouche of Harj^ngworth and others appoint John de
Askeby, parson of the church of Spill esby, and John Mascall, to deliver
seisin to sir John de Wylughby, lord of Eresby, of all manors, lands,
&c., which they have by the gift and feoffment of the said sir John,
in Lincoln, Norfolk, and other counties.

Dated at Eresby on the feast of the Assumption B.V.M., 43
Ed. III. Ch. 354.

An acknowledgement that John, earl of Huntingdon, has received of
Matthew Drury, receiver of the county of Norfolk, £7 6s. 8c?.

Dated 22 September, 2 Henry VI. Ch. 336.

John Paston, esq,, acknowledges to have received of John Longesby
£20. Dated 8 Feb., 37 Hen. VI. Ch. 337.

Writ from King Edward IV to the sheriff of London and Middlesex,
to distrain John Tymperley, jun., escheator of Norfolk and Suffolk,
assigned to take an inquisition of the lands, &c., of Joan, late wife
of sir William PaiTC, kt.

Dated at Westminster, 28 January, 17 Ed. IV. Ch. 339.

Indenture of agreement between Robert Radclyff, lord Fytzwauter,
and Margaret Radclyff, lady Fitzwauter, his mother, of the one part,
and sir James Hubert, kt., of the other, being a marriage settlement
on the marriage of Anne Radcliffe, sister of the said lord, to sir Walter
Hubert, eldest son of the said James, before the feast of All Saints
next ensuing. Dated 6 July, 10 Hen. VIII. Ch. 338.

Indenture made 16 January, 36 Hen. VIII, between John Corbett,
the elder, esquire, of the one part, and John Blomeffeld, esq., of the
other part, witnesseth that whereas dame Anne Broke and Robert
Broke her son and heir, by deed dated 4 Nov., 26 Hen. VIII, granted
to the said John Corbett and John his father, now deceased, their
marshes called Estmersshe, Southmersshe, and Rockhammersshe, for
30 years, paying yearly £3 6s. M. ; the said John Corbett by this
indenture sells his estate and interest in the said demise to John
Blomeffeld. Ch. 340.

NORWICH (Bishoprick of). Decree (in favour of the bishop of
Norwich) of Simon de Maravilla, treasurer of Metz, and Onufrius de
Treves, dean of Melden, sub-delegates, appointed to decide the dispute
between the bp. of Norwich and the archbishop of Canterbury, con-



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY 197

NORFOLK,
cerning the right of the bp. of Norwich to the first-fruits of the
churches within his diocese.

Dated at Southwark, near London, ist October, 1307. Ch. 297.

Denunciation by Henry, bp. of Norwich, of a sentence of excom-
munication against those who had abstracted certain muniments from
the registry of the cathedral church of Norwich, unless the same were
returned within 15 days.

Dated at Norwich, 21 Feb., 1394. Ch. 301.

Letter of Matthew, archbishop of Canterbury, to John, bp. of
Norwich, reciting certain articles of enquiry received from the Queen's
majesty, as to the number of strangers within his province, and
requesting a return for the city and diocese of Norwich.

Dated at Ludham, 4 August, 1568. Ch. 305.

Indenture made 23 August .... between William, bp. of Norwich,
and Thomas [Illegible^ Ch. 306.

An inhibition from Edmund Freake, bp. of Norwich, to the arch-
deacon of Norwich, prohibiting him from exercising jurisdiction in his
archdeaconry during his visitation.

Dated at Norwich, 14 January, 1575. Ch. 307.

George Gardiner, S.T.P., dean of Norwich, appoints Richard Woodes,
M.A., master William Harvye, B.A., John Nasshe, M. A., and Thomas
Hewson, clerk, deputies to act during the vacancy of the see of
Norwich. Dated at Norwich, i July, 1575. [With seal.] Ch. 308.

Appointment of Thomas Hopkins, LL.B., as rural dean and apparitor
general within the diocese of Norwich for 2 1 years, by Edmund, bp.
of Norwich.

Dated 25 Jan., 1579. [With seal.] Ch. 309.

Deed by which George Gardiner, S.T.P., dean of Norwich, appoints
William Baynbrigg, John Barnard, and Nicholas Gylman, clerks,
deputies to act during the vacancy in the see of Norwich.

Dated at Norwich, 10 Dec, 1584. [With seal.] Ch. 311.

Appointment by Robert Redmayne, LL.D., official of William,
bishop of Norwich, of John Ponder, Richard Stokes, Hugh Castleton,-
Edward Sucklingg, and others, to hear causes in the consistory court
of Norwich. Dated 5 Feb., 1594. Ch. 312.

Appointment by Robert Redmayne, LL.D., of William Barthoe,
Matthew Stoneham, John Holdon, and Thomas Thwaits, to hear
causes in the consistory court of Norwich, the see being vacant.

Dated at Norwich, 15 November, 1602. Ch. ^1^.

*The certificate of suche ministers of Gods hollye worde as doe
retayne twoe benefices with cure of sowles in the dyoces of Norwiche
and in the severall countyes of Norff and SufP, and have in those
benefices wherein they be not resident a preachinge mynister, and doe
usuallye preache in the same themselves and serve the same according
to the two sev'all cannons 41 and 47, together with the degrees in
schooles of the saide incumbents and curates, a^. dni. 16 10.' Ch, 314.



198 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Commission from Matthew, bishop of Norwich, to Clement Corbett,
LL.D., vicar-general, and others, to hold a primary visitation of the
diocese conjointly with Abraham Harsenet, registrar, Edward Turfett,
notary public, and Thomas Standon, apparitor.

Dated 14 April, 1636. Ch. 315.

The appointment by Richard Mountague, bishop of Norwich, with
the assent of John Hassall, dean of Norwich, of his son Stephen to
the office of registrar of the consistory court of Norwich, for the term
of his life, after the death of Abraham Harsnett. \In blank, not dated
or sealed, 1 638-1 641.] Ch. 316.

Appointment by Richard Mountague, bp. of Norwich, of Thomas
Lewim, to be keeper of his palace at Norwich, for the term of his life.
[In blank, not dated or sealed^ Ch. 317.

Certificate of Justin Lewyn, that upon searching the books of the
archdeaconry of Norwich there was not found any entry within the
past twelve months, of any one committing any enormous or flagrant
crime within the said archdeaconry.

Dated 10 November, 1640. Ch. 318.

An inhibition from William Awbrey, LL.D., vicar-general of the
archbishop of Canterbury, to the dean and chapter of Norwich,
restraining them from making a visitation of exempt jurisdictions.

Dated at London, i May, 1582. [With seal.'] Ch. 310.

NORWICH (Priory of the Holy Trinity). Peter, son of
William de Meulinges, remits to William de Kirkeby, the prior and
convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, for the health of his soul, &c.,
two candles of rent which he was accustomed to receive from the same
prior and convent by the hands of the cellarer, (c. 1280.) Ch. 265.

Roll of accounts of Ely de . . . Pitancier for the year 1309 — 12th
year of Henry, the prior. Ch. 269.

The account of brother Allan de Qwaplode, precentor, from
Michaelmas, 6 Hen. IV to the same feast 7 Hen. IV. Ch. 288.

Geoflfrey de Bungeye, citizen of Norwich, and Amabilla his wife,
grant to Geoffrey de Blafeud, fisherman, and Margaret his wife, one
messuage in Norwich in the parish of St. Gregory, (c. 1260.)

[With seal!] Ch. 294.

Charter reciting that Nicholas, the prior, and convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich, have granted to John de Wyncestr' the vintner a
certain messuage with houses, &c. in the parish of St. George before the
erate of the Holy Trinity, for ever, paying annually for the same 208.
(c. 1280.) Ch. 263.

Richard de Hopetun, son of Adam de Brethertun , quit-claims to Roger
the prior, and the convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, all his right
in a messuage, &c. which Thomas de Hopetun bought of John de
Brethertun their brother, (c. 1260.) Ch. 264.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 199

NORFOLK.
Bond given by sir Robert Morle, kt., to Robert de Aula, merclianti
of Norwich, for the payment of ,£60.

Dated at St. Edmund's the Friday after the feast of St. Lucy,
virg., 16 Ed. 11. [With seal] Ch. 29*8.



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