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Letters patent of King Edward III, dated at Windsor 19 July,
3 of his reign, granting to Robert de Poleye the office of ulnager of
worstedes in the city of Norwich, lately held by John Pecok, sen.

[With seal.] Ch. 299.

Letter of "William [de Ayremynne], bp. of Norwich, reciting the
rules and regulations laid down by Wm. de Claxton the prior, and the
convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, for the foundation of a chantry
within the cathedral church of Norwich, towards which the said
bishop had contributed £200, and undertaking for himself and his
heirs, to exact nothing further from them than is enumerated in their
decree. Dated in the palace at Norwich, 3 May, 1335. Ch. 272.

Promulgation of a sentence condemning John, rector of the church
of St. Peter's, Mancroft, Norwich, for the subtraction of an annual
pension of 6 marks, at the suit of the abbot and convent of St. Peter's,
Gloucester. Dated at Norwich 9 Kl. Feb., 1338. Ch. 324.

Promulgation of a sentence condemning John, rector of St. Peter's,
Mancroft, Norwich, in a payment of £18, being 4^ years' pension, due
to the abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester.

Dated 16 Feb., 1347. Ch. 326.

John de Bonyngtone, citizen of Norwich, quit-claims to Adam de
Berford, citizen of Norwich, all riglit in 2 messuages in Norwich in
the parish of St. Michael's de Bestreta.

Dated at Norwich the Tuesday next after the feast of the
beheading of St. John Bapt., 12 Ed. III. Ch. 325.

Confirmation by Anthony, bp. of Norwich, of the appropriation of
the church of St. Peter's, Mundham, to the hospital of St. Giles,
Norwich. Dated at Hoxne, 30 June, 1340. Ch. 322.

Process in a cause before the official of the bishop of Norwich,
between the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, as
appropriators of St. Saviour's church, Norwich, of the one part, and
Richard Sisteserchynggs, Joan his wife, Richard Threschere, and
Alice his wife, of the other part, for subtraction of tithes.

Dated 12 Dec, 1340. €h. 281.

Appointment of S. de Catton by the prior and convent of St. Faith,

Horsham, as their proctor in a cause of arbitration before T. de

Hethelwold, concerning a house in Parraentergate in Norwich, between

themselves and the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich.

Dated at Horsham, 7 May, 1355. [With seal.] Ch. 201.

Deed, by which John Wade, notary public, and others, attest an
agreement made 16 March, 1362, between Sarah de Hales of Norwich
and Nicholas, prior of the Holy Trinity church, Norwich, by which,
the said Sarah, in consideration of an allowance as a corrody and
the performance of an obit for Nigel de Hales her husband and sir



200 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.

Robert de Eton, priest, deceased, grants to the said prior and convent
all her buildings or tenements in the parish of St. Peter, Houndegate,
and 2 J acres of land lying without the gates of Fybriggate, except one
messuage opposite to the gates of her mansion, and one long house
near the same, which she grants to sir Hugh, then rector of St. Peter,
Houndegate.

Deed promulgated by Nicholas Stoket, official of Henry, bishop
of Norwich, 3 March, 1395, and Geoffrey Jokkes, rector of
St. Peter, Houndegate, made a party to it. [ With seal.]

Ch. 284.

Indenture by which Alexander, the prior, and the convent of the
cathedral church of the Holy Trinity, demise to farm to John de Lek,
the hermit, one parcel of land built on, in Holmstrete near the
bishop's gates, for his life, paying to the cellarer ^d. and the gardener
^d. per ann. Dated at Norwich, 3 Oct., 16 Ric. II. Ch. 285.

Mandate from the official of the archbishop of Canterbury to the
dean of Norwich and others to cite or cause to be cited Henry, bishop of
Norwich, in the business of an appeal as to the extent of the jurisdiction
of the cathedral of Norwich.

Dated at London, 16 Kl. October, 1393. Ch. 286.

NORWICH. John, the prior, and convent of Carmelites, Norwich,
grant to Thomas Appleyard and Margaret his wife, commemoration and
participation in the offices of the convent.

Dat^d at Norwich, 141 7. [IFi^A seal.] Ch. 302.

John Pidde, weaver, of Norwich, and C .... his wife, quit-claim
to John Boxstede and Margaret his wife, all kinds of actions, &c. to
this date. Dated 19 January, 6 Hen. V. Ch. 328.

Bond given by John Bryst and Nicholas Delanger, citizens of
Norwich, in a sum of £20 to Thomas Sterr. . . .

Dated 5 September, 10 Hen. VI. Ch. 329.

Charter (indented) by which the mayor and commonalty of Norwich

grant to Robert, ' Episc. Gradensi,' and others, one parcel of land in the

parish of St. Michael, Norwich, for ever, paying annually for the same i\d.

Dated at Norwich, 1 1 Feb., t 6 Hen. VI. [ With seal^ Ch. 304.

Mutilated charter by which [John Pidde *?], worsted weaver of
Norwich, is bound in a sum of five marks to Margaret [qy. Boxstede],
relict Dated 34 Hen.VI. Ch. 330.

Henry Hameys binds himself to and John

Walden, to pay five marks at the feast of the Annunciation B.V.M.,

154

Dated i August, 34 Hen.VI. [Mutilated.] Ch. 327,

Indenture by which William, the prior, and the convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich, grant to farm to Richard Stodeharte, chaplain, the
church of St. Giles, Norwich, for the term of his life, paying annually
33«. id.

Dated at Norwich, 20 July, 1500, and 15 Hen. VII. Ch. 290.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 201

NORFOLK.
Alice Burgh, widow, John Burgh her son, John Gryme, chaplain,
and others, confirm to Thomas Bower, clerk, alderman of the fraternity
and guild of the Blessed Mary, St. Stephen's, Norwich, and others, two
pieces of arable land outside the gates of Norwich, for an obit for the
said Alice and others.

Dated at Norwich, 6 October, 17 Hen. VIII. Ch. 323.

A commission from George Gardiner, the dean, and the chapter of
Norwich (the bishoprick being vacant), addressed to Richard Woodes,
M.A., William Harvye, B.A., John Nash, M.A., and Thomas Hewson,
clerk, to act as deputies for the bishop's jurisdiction, in the case of
certain convicted clerks imprisoned in Norwich.

Dated i July, 1575. \}Vith seal.'] Ch. 300.

An agreement, by which, in consideration of a certain sum to be
paid as well as certain sums owing to Thomas Appleton, all the interest
of William Downing in Corbett's Farm, part of the possessions of the
late dissolved priory of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, is granted to the
Baid Thomas Appleton. Dated 20 May, 1589. Ch. 293.

Indenture dated 26 October, 20 James I, by which Edmund
Suckling the dean, and the chapter of Norwich, demise to Henry
Garnham, all their lazar house without the gates of the city of
Norwich for his life and the lives of others, paying annually to the
Baid dean and chapter 35. 4c?. Ch. 319.

Indenture dated 1 8 December, 1 2 Chas. I, by which John Crofte,
the dean, and chapter of Norwich, grant to farm to Lionell Throck-
morton of Norwich, gent., a yard, ground, and house, called the chapel
of St. Margarett's in the parish of All Saints, Norwich, for 2 1 years,
paying annually 6s. 8d. Ch. 320.

Will and probate of Richard Shipdera of the city of Norwich,
goldsmith. Will dated 11 August, 1637. Probate dated 14 June,
1638. Ch. 331.

Indenture made 24 July, 1647, ^7 which John Hobart, esq., in
consideration of the receipt of .£500, sells to Edward Woodward of
Norwich, grocer, the common inn known by the name of the White
Swan, and all its appurtenances situated in St. Peter's, Mancroft,
Norwich. Ch. 332.

Deed, absolving John Moore, notary public, from a sentence of
excommunication that had been promulgated against him.

Dated 26 October, 1704. Ch. 321.

ORMESBY. Simon the chaplain, son of John, son of Letice of
Ormesby, grants to Richard, son of Alexander the cordwainer of
Ormesby, and Beatrice his sister, one acre of arable land lying in the
fields of Ormesby.

Dated at Ormesby the Sunday after the feast of St. Martin y©
bishop, 4 Ed. II. [With seal.] Ch. 342.

Reginald Barkere of Great Jernemuth grants to Letitia his daughter
two pieces of arable land in the field of Ormesby.

Dated at Castre the Tuesday next before the feast of St. Peter in
cathed., 33 Ed. III. Ch. 343.



202 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
OSMONDSTON. Edmund Oowpere of Dysse and Margaret
his wife grant to Robert Kene and others four pieces of land in
Osmondeston.

Dated at Osmondeston, 2 August, 24 Hen. VIII. Ch. 344.

OXJLTON. John Goodknape, chaplain, Adam Qwyth, and William
Belson, of Olton, grant to Robert Inglose, esq., Elianor his wife,
Thomas Samson, esq., Edward Wright, and John Parram, one
messuage with a croft, ten pieces of land, three closes, two pightells,
2 pieces of underwood, lying in Olton, and pasture for 11 beasts
in Saltmarsche, being a mortgage of the said lands to secure the
payment of £16 135. ^d.

Dated at Olton, 10 Aug., 35 Hen. VI. Ch. 341.

OWBY. Thomas of Hoveton grants to William Waron

of Owby, Agnes his wife, and others, a messuage, &c. in Owby.

Dated 20 October [Illegible.'] Ch. 345.

PENSTHORPE. Robert Braine and William Freberne, co-heirs
of Edmund Couper, late rector of Westcretyng, grant to sir Thomas
de Erpyngham, kt., sir Rob. Clifton, kt., and others, their manor of
Pensthorp with the advowson of the church of St. Margaret of the
same.

Dated at Pensthorp the Sunday n«xt after the feast of St. Lucy,
virgin, i Hen. VL Ch. 354.

PENTNEY (Priory of). The pedigree of the family of Vaux,
and connection with lord de Ros, ' copied from a book of the monastery
of Penteney, 37 Hen. VL' Ch. 351.

PENTNEY. The will of Gregory Fonyll of Pentny, made 16
August, 2 Chas. I. Probate granted 8 Aug., 1626. Ch. 353.

PESEHALE and THEBERTON. Alfesia (?), daughter of

Indr' de Pesehale, grants to Hervy Bri efford, her common

which she has in that pasture which extends itself in length from the
messuage formerly William de Hengham's as far as to the messuage
formerly Robert de Palur's, and in breadth from the part of the said
William's as far as to the marsh formerly John's, son of Roger, for the
feeding of five animals for 14s. which she agreed to accept from the
said Hervey, commencing the feeding in the said pasture St. Giles' day,
43 Hen. ni. Ch. 333.

PLUMSTEAD (Great and Little). Gilbert Gernun of Blafeld
grants to William the parson of the church of Plumested, the whole
part of his turbary, which lies on both sides of ' hais bugge ' ; paying
annually for the same 2d. For this concession the said William gave
4*. (c. 1 1 70.) Ch. 355.

William, son of Humphrey Oldbarhe of Plumsted, grants to Agnes,

daughter of of Plumsted, half an acre of land in the field of

Brundale, paying annually for the same 3c?. (c. 1180.) Ch. 3^58.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 203

NORFOLK.

Aelicia, wife of Humphrey Ledegos, with the assent of Henry her

son, quit-claims to Robert, son of Odeline, and his heirs, all her right

in the land she has in the village of Plumsted by the name of dower.

(c. 1 190.) Ch. 356.

Reginald, son of "Wolvine of Little Plumstede, grants to master
Randal de Herpel' one rood and a half of underwood in the field of
Little Plumsted, paying each year \d. and each second year \d. ;
for this grant the said Randal paid ']\d. (c. 1200.) Ch. 357.

William Oldbarhe of Little Plumsted grants to Sibill, wife of sir
John, of the same place, and William their son, two acres of land
lying in the village of Plumsted; paying annually for the same 6d.
(c. 1220.) Ch. 359.

Geoffrey, son of Randal de Herpele, grants to Wimar, son of Umfrey
of Little Plumsted, the whole of his land which lies in ' Scarecroft,'
at an annual rent of three halfpence, (c. 1220.) [With seal^

Ch. 360.

William, son of Adam de Plumested, quit-claims for himself and
heirs to John, son of Yloud, all their right by reason of a charter which
he gave to the said William, in six acres of land. (c. 1220.) Ch. 361.

William Oldbarhe of Plumsted grants to John de Sakeline half an
acre of land near the messuage of William the smith, and three pence
annual quit-rent from land which Clement Lof held ; paying annually
2\d. (c. 1220.) Ch. 362.

Durand, son of Umfrey RufFus, of Little Plumsted, grants to
master Randal de Harpel' the whole of that land which lies between
* Blitheslond ' and the ditch with ditches towards Linholt without his
court, in the fields of Little Plumsted which Reginald de Heding
granted to him, paying annually for the same i6d. For this concession
the said master Randal gave 205. (c. 1220.) Ch. 363.

Warine, son of William Ruffua of Little Plumested, grants to
Matilda, daughter of Beatrice of Wrokesham, one acre of land in the
village of Little Plumested ; paying annually for the same 2d. ; for
this charter the said William paid 14s. (c. 1220.) Ch. 36^.

Basilia RufFus of Plumsted demises to Agnes de la Haye, her to
abutting upon the land of Ralph de la Hae towards the east part, to
hold the same for a term of 8 years ; also \ an acre in the same field
for the same term, for 105. sterling, (c. 1220.) Ch. 365.

Wymer de Plumstede grants to Richard * ad capud ville ' [Townsend]
and his heirs one piece of land containing two acres in Plumstede,
paying annually for the same ^d. (c. 1240.) Ch. 366.

William, son of Humphrey Penniger of Little Plumsted, grants to
Nicholas, son of Wymer de Plumsted, the whole of his land and
tenement with appurtenances which Wymer his father and his an-



204 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK,
cestors bought or acquired in Plumsted, paying annually one penny
at the feast of St. Michael for all services. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 367.

William Be of Plumstede, chaplain, grants to William his son, for
his homage and service and 40s. in hand paid, five pieces of arable
land in the fields of Little Plumstede ; paying annually to him or the
lord of the fee '^d. for all demands, (c. 1270-80.) Gh. 368.

William Be, chaplain of Little Plumstede, grants to William his
son two pieces of arable land in the fields of Little Plumstede, at
an annual rent of 3c?. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 368*.

John, son of Hervey de Heyeham, grants to Edmund de Plumsted
one half mark of silver, during the life of the said John.

Dated at Wroxham the Wednesday on the feast of St. Hilary,
5 Ed. L Ch. 369.

Illegible charter. Ch. 370.

Writ of King Ed. I, addressed to William de Burnham and William
de Pakenham, constituting them his justices with others associated
with them to take an assize of the death of ancestors, which William,
son of John, son of Isolda of Little Plumstede, shall arraign before
them by the King's writ against Richard Fitz-Aleyn, concerning 4
pounds of rent with appurtenances in Great and Little Plumstede.

Dated at Westminster, 29 June, . . of his reign. Ch. 371.

and Alicia, daughter of John Everard of Little Plumsted.

grant to , son of William, for a certain sum of money, one

messuage

Dated at Little Plumsted the Tuesday next before the feast of
St. Andrew the apostle, 18 Ed. II. Ch. 372.

William, son of John of Little Plumsted, on the Sunday next before
the feast of St. Michael, 15 Ed. I, grants to Thomas de Blafeud,
chaplain, 19 pieces of arable land lying in the fields of Great and
Little Plumsted, Blafeud and Wittun. [With seal.'] Ch. 373.

Alexander Hilock, son of Philip de Fissele, grants to Edmund de
Plumsted, clerk, and his heirs, for 205. in hand paid, half an acre of
land in the field of Little Plumsted at an annual rent of ^d.

Dated at Little Plumstead the Sunday next before the feast of
St. John Baptist, 18 Ed. I. Ch. 374.

John ... of Blafeud and Matilda Purcel his wife grant to John,
son of William of Plumsted, and his heirs, half an acre of land in
Blafeud. [Mutilated?^ Ch. 375.

Richard Bernard of Blaufeud and Avelina his wife grant to John,
son of William de Plumstede, all his right in three pence annual rent
which they were accustomed to receive for one half acre of land in
Brundale, from William de Brundale, chaplain.

Dated at Brundale the Sunday next before the feast of St. Hilary,
21 Ed. L Ch, 376.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 205
NORFOLK.
Clement Tony of Little Plumsted and Agnes Everard his wife
grant to , son of William, the whole

[Illegible.] Ch. 377.

Henry, son of William Pennig atte Greene of Little Plumsted,
grants to John, son of William de Plumsted, all the tenements which
William, father of the said John, held or had of William his father,
paying annually for the same five pence.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Sunday next after the feast of
St. Ambrose, 31 Ed. I. Ch. 378.

Roger of Norwich and Margaret his wife grant to Richard,

son of William Maggot of Great Plumsted, the third part of an acre
of land in the fields of Great Plumsted.

Dated at Plumsted the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
32 Ed. L Ch 379.

John, son of William of Little Plumsted, grants to Clement Tony
and Agnes Everard his wife, the whole of a tenement and land with
appurtenances which the said Clement and Agnes surrendered to
him in his full court, namely the fourth part of a messuage with
appurtenances which was John Everard's.

Dated at Little Plumstede the Sunday on the feast of Pentecost
(Whit Sunday), 3 Ed. XL Ch. 380.

Richard Cobbe of Little Plumsted grants to John, son of William
of Plumsted, and his heirs, one piece of a field lying in the village of
Little Plumsted.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Sunday next after the feast of
St. John ant. port. Lai, . . Ed. II. Ch. 381.

Henry le Barkere of Little Plumsted, chaplain, grants to John de
Plumsted and Amicia his wife, for a certain sum of money, one piece
of meadow and land in the village of Little Plumstead.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Tuesday next after the feast of the
Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 5 Ed. II. [ With seal.]

Ch. 382.
Illegible charter. Ch. 383.

, wife of Wh .... of , widow, grants to

John, son of of Little Plumsted, one piece of her land

in the field of Little Plumsted.

Dated at Little Plumsted, . . Ed. III. Ch. 384,

Richard atte Fen of Little Plumsted grants to Matilda, daughter

of George Wymer of , one piece of land lying in Blofeld.

Dated at Little Plumsted , 5 Ed. III. Ch, 385,

.... Pye of Little Plumsted grants to John Hervy of the same

place half an acre of arable land lying in the field of

Dated at Little Plumsted the Sunday next after the feast of the
Purification B.V.M., 7 Ed. IIL Ch. 386,

Richard Glovere of Little Plumsted grants to Roger .... of



206 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK,
the same place, one acre of land lying in the village of Little
Plumst^d in a field called ' Bollynge.'

Dated at Little Plumsted the Monday next before the feast of
the Holy Trinity, . . Ed. III. Ch. 387.

"William de Hyllerston, harbour, and Matilda ' in la Hyrne ' his wife,
of Little Plumstede, grant to sir John de Plumstede, kt., one messuage
and four pieces of arable land in Little Plumstede.

Dated at Little Plumstede the Sunday on the vigil of St. Michael,
6 Ed. III. Ch. 388.

William Richard of Great Plumsted and Edmund de Lakenham
grant to Thomas R . . . . and Agnes his daughter, an acre of land
and cottage built thereupon in Great Plumsted.

Dated there the Sunday next after the feast of the invention of
the Cross, 19 Ed. III. Ch. 389.

William de Hyllerston, harbour, and Matilda in le Hyrne his wife
gi'ant to Sir John de Plumsted, kt., and his heirs, one messuage and
4 pieces of arable land in Little Plumsted, computed at 10 acres more
or less.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Sunday on the vigil of St.
Bartholomew the apostle, 6 Ed. III. [With sea?.] Ch. 390,

Matilda 'in le Hyrne' of Little Plumsted, who was the wife of
W^illiam de Hillerston, quit-claims to sir Edmund de lUeye, kt., and
Alice his wife, all right in one messuage and four pieces of arable land
in Little Plumsted.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Sunday on the feast of St. Vincent,
martyr, 19 Ed. III. Ch. 391.

Edmund, son of Grig' Wymer of Little Plumsted, grants to Henry
his brother, three pieces of land in Little Plumsted.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Thursday next before the feast of
St. Bartholomew, apostle, 21 Ed. III. Ch. 392.

John Carman of Little Plumsted grants to Edmund Aleyn of the
same place and Maria his wife half an acre of land with appurtenances
in Little Plumsted in ' le Haghecroft.'

Dated there the Friday next after the feast of St. Edmund, king
and martyr, 22 Ed. III. Ch. 393.

Charter (indented) witnesseth that John, son of John Martyn, and
Beatrice his wife, of Hemlyngton, enfeoffed Henry, son of Gregory
"Wymer of Little Plumsted, of all their lands in Great and Little
Plumsted and Wytton, which were Gregory and Robert Wymer's, on
condition of a payment of <£io being paid at Easter and £9 6s. Scl. at
the feast of All Saints.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Tuesday next after the Epiphany,
34 Ed. in. Ch. 394.

Illegible charter. Ch. 395.

.... Palmere of Little Plumsted grants to Henry .... of the
same place onp piece of land lying in the field of Little Plumsted.

Dated at Little Plumsted on the feast of the Nativity, . .
Ed. in. Ch. 396.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 207

NORFOLK.

William Philippe of Little Plumsted grants to

one acre of land in the field of Little Plumsted.

Dated at Little Plumsted Friday on the feast of Pentecost,
37 Ed. in. Ch. 397.

Roger Aleyn grants to sir Richard de Illeye, kt., four acres and half a
rood of arable land lying in the field of Little Plumsted in nine pieces.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Sunday 44 Ed. III.

Ch. 399.

John Hervy of Little Plumpsted grants to Henry Herberd one half
acre of land lying in the field called Pennyngescroft.

Dated at Little Plumpsted the Sunday next after the Epiphany,
50 Ed. III. Ch. 401.

Matilda, relict of Geoffrey Woodehyrd, grants to Nicholas Reynald
of Blofeld and Amicia his wife, one messuage with a croft in Little
Plumstede.

Dated at Little Plumstede the Monday next after the feast of
the Annunciation B.V.M., 18 Rich. 11. [With seal ^ (7A. 402.

Induction by the ofiicial of the archdeacon of Norwich of Thomas
Saltmersse, priest, to the church of Little Plumpstede vacant by the
resignation of sir John Walsyngham, on the presentation of the Lady
Katherine Ilneye, relict of sir Robert Ilneye, kt.

Dated at Little Plumpstede, 23 Jan., 1399. Ch. 403.

Institution of sir Thomas Saltmersse to the church of Little

Plumpstede on the presentation of the lady Katherine Ilneye, relict of

sir Robert Ilneye, kt., vacant by the resignation of sir John Walsingham.

Dated at Southelmham, 23 Jan., 1399. Ch. 404.

grant to Robert Rove of Little Plumsted,

a piece of land in the village of Little Plumsted.

Dated at Little Plumsted ,5 Hen. IV. Ch. 405.

Robert Dey of Little Plumsted grants to Robert Greggys of the
same place one messuage with a croft adjacent in the same village.

Dated there 3 January, 6 Hen. IV. Ch. 406.

Bond in 20 marks given by John and Robert Grigges of Little
Plumsted to Nicholas AVurtes, citizen of Norwich.

Dated 21 Nov., 30 Hen. VI. Ch. 407.

Roger Townesende, sergeant at law, and others, feoffees to the use
of Robert Lethum, demise to sir John Howard, lord of Howard, kt., sir
Thomas Howard, kt., and others, lands and tenements called ' Chape-
leyns ' and all other lands, &c., in the village of Little Plumsted.

Dated 20 June, 21 Ed. IV. Ch. 408.

Sir James Hobart, kt., quit-claims to Thomas Howard, earl of
Surrey, all his right in all those lands and tenements, rents and
services, with appurtenances called ' Chapeleyns,' and the lands and
tenements called ' Cokes,' and the lands and tenements called * Griggys'
in Little Plumstede. Dated 20 Jan., i Hen. VIII. Ch. 409.



208 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Robert .... William Waldegrave



Dated 20 November, 30 Henry VIII. Ch. 410.

PLXJMSTEAD (Great and Little) and WITTON. Final
concord made at Westminster, 43 Ed. Ill, between Walter Broun
of Norwich, plaintiff, and Robert de Holmested and Alice his wife,
deforciants, of one messuage, 140 acres of land, 6 acres meadow, 30
acres of pasture, 30 acres of brushwood, and 5^. annual rent in
Little Plumstede, Great Plumstede, and Wython, by which the said
Walter granted the said lands for the term of the life of the said
Alice, receiving for the same 20 marks. Gh. 398.

PLUMSTEAD (Great and Little), WITTON, and BLO-
PIELD. John, son of John de Helbec of Little Plumsted, quit-
claims to Joan, wife of Edward Montecute, all his right in all lands
and tenements in Great and Little Plumsted, Witton, Blofeld, and
elsewhere in the county of Norfolk.

Dated at Little Plumsted the Wednesday next after the feast
of St. Faith, virgin, 49 Ed. III. Ch. 400.

PORINGLAND. Hugh Grossus, lord of Little Benetley, grants



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