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to William, son of Nicholas de Schotesham, the whole of his tenement
in Poringland. (c. 1230.) Ch. ^11.

Roger, son of Clement de Poringlond, quit-claims to God and the
church of the Blessed Mary of Thetford and the monks there serving
God, all his right to the church of Poringlond with appurtenances ;
for which donation they gave the said Roger 405. of silver.

14 Ed. I. [With seai:\ Ch. 528.

Thomas Lefe of Porynglond grants to Henry Gost of the same
place one piece of arable land in Porynglond.

Dated at Porynglond, 18 June, 21 Ric. II. Ch. 412.

William Billyngford of Crouche Stoke, esq., grants to Richard
Goscelyn of Little Porlond and others, thii^:y-tWo acres of arable land
which were formerly of the lordship of his manor called ' Roscelynnys/
in West Porynglond, to hold the same at the will of the said William,
at an annual rent of los.

Dated at West Porynglond, 4 December, 2 1 Hen. VI. [ With seal."]

Ch. 413.

POTTER-HEIGHAM. Depositions of witnesses in a cause of
tithes in the consistory court of Norwich, between sir Alexander, rector
of the church of Pottehegham, and the prior and convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich, before Thomas de Methelwold.

Dated 8 Kal. Dec, 1345. Ch. 280.

QTJIDENHAM. Sir Mylo de Hastynges, kt., grants to Simon de
Keneghal, falconer, the whole of his land with a messuage in the
village of Quydeham; paying annually for the same 12c?. (c. 1280.)

Ch. 414.

QUOTACRB, CHATTEGBAVE, and HAUTBOIS. Randal



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NORFOLK,
de Sondhil, chaplain, quit-claims to sir Thos. Roscelin, kt., all his
right in the manors of Qwotacre, Chattegrave, and Haubois, with the
advowsons of the churches of St. Peter and All Saints, Qwotacre.

Dated at Norwich the Thursday after the feast of St. Dunstan,
7 Ed. in. CA. 415-

RANWORTH. Letter of Rycher, the abbot, and convent of
Langley, confirming the right of collation to the church of Rand-
worth, whenever vacant, to Roger, bp. of Norwich, and his successors.
Dated at Langley the Wednesday next after the feast of the
conversion of St. Paul, 1275. [With seal.] Ch. 230.

Robert Drewery, "William Walgrave, sir Wm. Clopton, kt., and
Leonard Spencer, demise and confirm to Milo Hobart, one of the sons
of sir James Hobart, kt., deceased, the manors of Pangforde, South
Walsham, and Hempolys, within the hundreds of Blofield and Walsham,
which manors they held by grant of the said sir James Hobart, by
charter dated 31 August, 20 Hen. YII.

Dated 20 November, 13 Hen. YITI. Ch. 416.

REEDHAM, LIMPENHOE, WICKHAMPTON, NORTON
SITBCOURSE, &c. William Swanton of Reedham, Thomas Baret,
sen., of Southbyrlyngham, and John Aleyn of Southwode, demise to
John Benet, grocer and citizen of London, Robert Benet of Lympenowe,
John atte Welle and John Lyghtfoot of Frethorp, one messuage,
29 acres i rood of arable land, i\ acre of meadow, 28 acres of marsh
and alder, with pasture for 11 sheep in winter, and 22 sheep with
their lambs, in one marsh called 'le Rower estate,' and with the
whole pasture for 12 cows and one bull in a certain marsh called
' Blavettys-holme,' with all rents and services, with appurtenances in
the villages, fields, and marshes, of Reedham, Lympenowe, Wyk-
hamton, Norton Soupcors, and other villages adjoining, except the
marsh and pasture of ' Hytheholmes,' which the said William Swanton
lately sold to John Wethyrley of Northbyrlyngham, gentleman.

• Dated at Reedham the Thursday next after the feast of the
Purification B.V.M., 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 417.

The will of John Berney, esq., with a codicil or 2nd will made
on the feast of SS. Sebastian and Fabian, 1472.

Bequeaths his body to Reedham church. Ch. 418.

REEPHAM. The will of John Neale of Repeham, co. Norfolk,
yeoman, dated 22 Jan., 26 Q. Eliz.

Probate dated 5 Feb., 1583. Ch. 419.

REEPHAM, SALL, HACKPORD, WHITWELL, GASTON,
and CAWSTON. Fine levied at Westminster, 1658, by which
Thomas Neale, John Neale, Edward Neale, William Neale, and Henry
Neale, acknowledge that two messuages, a garden, orchard, 50 acres
of land, 10 of meadow, 20 of pasture and common of pasture in Sail,
Reipham, Hackford, Whitwell, Cardeston alias Caston, and Cawston,
belong to sir Ralph Hare, bart., John Hare, gent., and Nicholas Hare,
gent., for which recognition they gave £100. Ch. 420.



210 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
RISTON. Act of court, in a cause for subtraction of tithes
between tlie prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, as
appropriators of the church of Ryston, plaintiffs, and Gilbert Peggy of
Ryston, defendant, (c. 1300.) Ch. 266.

RISTON and FORDHAM. Confirmation by John, bp. of Ely,
of the donation of John de Lisle of the advovvsons of the church of
Ryston, and the half of the church of Fordham to the prior and convent
of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, for the sustentation of a perpetual
chantry for the soul of the said John and Mary his wife.

Dated at Dodyngton, 24 March, 10 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 2^1.

Inspeximus and confirmation by John, the prior, and convent of
the cathedral church of Ely, of the donation of John de Lisle to the
priory of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, viz. the advowson of the church
of Ryston, and half of the advowson of the church of Fordham.

Dated in their chapter of Ely, i April, 1336. Ch. 273.

John de Lisle de Toftes grants to sir John Curteys of Sweynsthorp,
chaplain, and Thomas de Brisele, the advowsons of the church of
Rystone, and the half of the church of Fordham.

Dated at Fordham, 5 April, 10 Ed. III. Ch. 274.

Sir Henry de Deen, kt., grants and gives licence to John de Lisle de
Toftes his tenant, to give to the prior and convent of Norwich, for the
use of the ceUarer, the advowson of the church of Ryston, and half of
the advowson of the church of Fordham, held" of him by the service of
one rose, per annum.

Dated at Begeswelle the Sunday next after the feast of St. Ambrose,
bp., 10 Ed. in. Ch. 275.

John de Lisle de Toftes confirms to William de Claxton, prior of
the Holy Trinity, Norwich, for the use of the cellarer, the advowson
of the church of Ryston, and half of the advowson of the church of
Fordham.

Dated at Ryston the Sunday next before the feast of St. Mark,
evangelist, 10 Ed. III. Ch. 276.

John de Lisle de Toftes grants to William de Claxton, the prior,
and the monks of the church of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, for the
use of the cellarer, one piece of land in Ryston near Fordham, in the
deanery of Fincham, and also the advowson of the church of Ryston,
and half the advowson of the church of Fordham.

Dated at Ryston the Sunday next before the feast of St. Mark,
evang., 10 Ed. III. Ch. 277.

Sir Henry de Deen, kt., quit-claims to the prior and convent of
Norwich, and to John Curteys of Sweynesthorp, chaplain, and to
Thomas de Brisele, all claim in the advowson of the church of Ryston
near Fordham, and the half of the church of Fordham.

Dated at Bekeswelle the Sunday next after the feast of St. John
ante port. Lat., 11 Ed. III. Ch. 278.

Sir Robert de Benhale, kt., quit-claims to the prior and convent of
the Holy Trinity, Norwich, and to John Curteys of Sweynesthorp, and



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 211

NORFOLK.
Thomas cle Brisele, all right in one piece of land in Ristone, and half
of the church of Ford ham.

Dated at Norwich the Thursday in Easter week, 1 1 Ed. III.

Ch. 279.

HIST ON. Richard Aubrey of Riston, chaplain, grants to Alice
Sreyde of the same place, 5^ perches of land with the cottage on the
same, in Riston, between the land of Robert Dry on the north, and
the common way on the south. Also he gives to the said Alice 4
perches of land in Riston between the same boundaries abutting on
the said 5 J perches.

Dated at Riston the Sunday next before 4;he feast of the Epiphany,
2 8 Ed. III. [ With seal] Ch. 421.

ROLLESBY. Matilda, relict of John de Thunestale, quit-claims
to Richard de Sternighe, clerk, all right in 25s. Sd. annual rent
payable at the feast of St. Martin, viz. from Maghe, relict of Ernald
de Rollesby 8s., and from the heirs of Semann Legant ^ a mark,
and from William Seule and his heirs 3s., and from "William le
Marcaund and his heirs and the heirs of Alexander the shoemaker
6s., and from the heirs of Alexander Campernol 2s. ; to hold the
same without any claim or contradiction, (c. 1240.) Ch. 422.

William de Reppes and Thomas his brother remit and quit-claim
to John, bp. of Norwich, and his successors for ever, all their right in
the manor and advowson of the church of Rollesby.

Dated at London, 21 March, 17 Ed. II. \^With seals.] Ch. 423.

Bartholomew de Martham grants to Warine de Rolvesb' with Agnes
his daughter in free marriage, the whole of his land of Rolvesb'.
(c. 1 1 90.) Ch. 424.

ROUGHAM. Letters patent in the form of a chirograph of John^
bp. of Norwich, confirming to the prior and convent of Westacre, the
appropriation of the church of Rucham, and the ordination of the
vicarage. Dated at Hoxen, 12 Kal. July, 1300. Ch. 562.

Henry, the prior, and convent of AVestacre, recite the documents
concerning the appropriation and ordination of the vicarage of the
church of Rucham.

Dated in their chapter, 7 Ides of May, 1303. [ With seal.] Ch. 563.

RUSHWOBTH. Letters patent of John Fowl, the warden, and
the brethren of the college of St. John the evangelist of Rusheworth,
reciting the letter of Antony, bishop of Norwich, dated 8 October,
1342, appropriating to the said college the rectory of Rusheworth,
saving to himself and heirs a pension of 4*., and the acceptance of
the conditions by the said college.

Dated at Russheworth 12 October, 1342. Ch. 425.

Indenture dated 26 April, 30 Hen. VIII, by which master George
Wyndham, clerk, master of the college of Russh worth, and the brethren
there, demise to Robert Hawys of Weston, all their manor called
' Brethenams,' alias Catton hall, in Brethynham, co. Norfolk, for 10
years at an annual rent of £4 1 3s. 4d.

[With seal] Ch. 426,

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212 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
SAHAM TONEY. Edmund, son of John de Southous of Saham,
grants to Adam Barnard of the same place, one piece of meadow land
called ' Grounsmedue ' with two acres and three roods of arable land,
in the fields of Saham.

Dated at Saham the Sunday next after the octave of Easter, 2 1
Ed. in. CL 427.

Nicholas Barrett grants to Robert Cokke and Thomas Austyn one
acre of land lying in the village of Saham Tonye called ' Le pedders
acre.'

Dated at Saham Tonye 4 June, 25 Hen. VIII. Ch. 428.

Thomas Pedder, for a certain sum of money, grants to John
■Chapman and William Heynes, all those messuages, lands, and
tenements, in Saham Tony, which descended to him after the death
of Beatrice Pedder.

Dated 10 April, 9 Hen. VIII. Ch. 429.

John Chapman and William Heynes grant to Christopher Coo, esq.,
all those messuages, lands, &c. in Saham Tony called ' Pedders.'

Dated at Saham Tony, 10 Jan., 11 Hen. VIII. Ch. 430.

Christopher Coo, esq., grants to Richard Reynold, mercer, and

others, all those lands and tenements in Saham Tony called * Pedders.'

Dated at Saham Tony, 27 March, 11 Hen. VIII. Ch. 431.

Christopher Jenney, sergeant at law, grants to Nicholas Barrett, one
acre of land lying in the village of Saham Tonye called ' Le pedders,'
and appoints Nicholas Palmer his attorney to give seisin of the same.
Dated at Saham Tonye, 14 June, 25 Hen. VIII. Ch. 432.

Richard Cokke, sen., of Saham Tony, grants to John Rychardys

of Little Cressyngham, sen., and Thomas Moore of Ovyngton, six acres

and one rood of land, and a meadow, lying in the fields of Saham Tony.

Dated at Saham Tony, 3 August, 33 Hen. VIII. Ch. 433.

Thomas Austyn of Saham Tony grants to Thomas Barret and
Elizabeth his wife, one acre of arable land in Saham called ' Pedders.'
Dated at Saham, 20 Sept., 37 Hen. VIII. Ch. 434.

John Thern of Saham Tony grants to William Trendell of Saham, a

messuage and two acres of arable land in the village and fields of Saham.

Dated. at Saham Tony, 21 Nov., i Ed. VL Ch. 435.

George Barrett of Saham Toney, butcher, son and heir of Thomas,
deceased, for 15 pounds in hand paid, grants to William Watson one
acre of arable land in the village and fields of Saham aforesaid called
'Pedders.' Dated 20 October, 6 Ed. VI. Ch. 436.

John, son of William Bennet, late of Saham Toney, grants to
Thomas Bennet his brother four acres and one rood of land in Saham
Toney. Dated 29 April, 7 Q. Eliz. Ch. 437.

Indenture made 30 Aug., 15 Charles I — 1639, witnesseth that sir
Richard Berney, bart., has demised to Henry Jarvis an inclosure
called 'Rentalls,' containing 10 acres, and two other inclosures in the
parish of Saham Tony, for 10 years, at an annual rent of £20 15s.

Ch. 438.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 213

NORFOLK.
SAHITH. Memorandum extracted from the roll of the manor
court held there the Thursday next after the feast of St. Faith, 5
Ed. VI. James Dowes, lord of the manor. Ch. 439.

SAXHAM (Great), Suffolk. An agreement in an appeal cause
moved in the court of Canterbury for spoliation of tithes between
William de Lovetot, rector of Grreat Saxham, plaintiff, and sir William,
perpetual vicar of West Barsham, Hugh de Causton of Norwich, Roger,
the chaplain de la More of Chevington, clerks, defendants.

Appeal dated 14 Kl. Nov., 1293. Gh. 440.

SAXLINGHAM. Isabella, daughter of Alice de Froustendene,
grants to Thomas, son of Richard de Saxlingham Torp, four acres of
land in the village of Saxlingham, paying annually for the same 2s.
(c. 1240.) Ch. 441.

William le Blund of Saxlingham quit-claims to Reginald de Shotes-
ham and his heirs, all right in li^d. of annual rent in Saxlingham, of
the fee of Cringgilford.

Dated the day of the Nativity of our Lord, 3 Ed. II. Ch. 442.

Charter (signed) by which Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk,
appoints Edward Whight, esq., to the office of seneschal of the manor
of Saxlyngham during pleasure.

Dated 9 December, 7 Hen. VIII. [With sedl^ Ch. 443.

SCOTTOW. Alexander Aunscelot of Berton quit-claims to John,
son of Alexander de Hillegate of Scothowe, all right in one acre, half a
rood, and five perches and a half of land, in Scothowe.

Dated at Scotliowe the Tuesday on the feast of the Nativity of
St. John, 2 Ed. II. Ch. 444.

John Drabil and Peter Letys of Skothow grant to sir Milo Stapilton,
kt., Oliver Groos, and sir John Whyte, kt., one acre of arable land in
Skothowe.

Dated at Skothowe the Saturday next after the feast of St. Martin,
bp., 18 Ric. IL [With seal] Ch. 482.

SCOULTON. Letters patent of the official of the archdeacon of
Norwich reciting a mandamus from Henry le Spencer, bp. of Norwich,
to induct Simon, son of John Howesson of Schulton, preshyter, to the
church of Schulton, on the presentation of sir Robert Mortymer, kt.,
patron of the same.

Dated at Norwich, 7 January, 1381. Ch. 446.

SCROUTEBY. Alice, daughter of Nicholas de Scrouteby, grants
to William, the prior, and convent of the church of the Holy Trinity,
Norwich, for the health of her soul, &c., the whole of that land and
tenement in Scrouteby which the said prior and convent have by the
gift of Reginald, son of Nigel de Scrouteby. (c. 1300.) [With seal.]

Ch. 262.

Isabella Wreyn of Scrouteby grants to Alice, daughter of Richard of
Marcham of Hemesby, one rood of land in the fields of Scrouteby.
Dated at Scrouteby the Monday next after Easter day, 9 Ed. IL

Ch, 445.



214 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.

SEDGEFORD. Cause before William W . . clyffe, LL.D., and sir
Reginald Bladys, chaplain, commissaries of Richard, bp. of Norwich,
between Henry Drake, vicar of Segeford, and Robert, the prior, and
convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, concerning an annual pension,
(c. 141 5.) Ch. 448.

SETHEPORD. Convention between William, the prior, and con-
vent of the church of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, of the one part, and
Ralph de Barsham, vicar of Setheford, of the other, by which the said
prior and convent have demised to the said Ralph, a messuage, one
acre and three roods of land, in the village of Setheford, for 7 years,
paying annually 2S.

Dated at Norwich, on the vigil of the Annunciation, 12 Ed. I.
[Withseai:] • Ch. 268.

SHELF ANGER. Convention between sir John de Hoo, kt., of the
one part, and John de Sottisbrok of the other, in settlement of the con-
tentions between them, concerning the common of pasture of Rodecroft
and other parts of the common of pasture of Sch elf hanger, which the said
John had of Edmund le Lonerd in Schelf hanger, belonging to the house
of the said Edmund, and his ancestors, viz. that the said sir John remits
&c. for him and his heirs, common of pasture to feed six score sheep
each year in Rodecroft with their lambs, until the time they ought to
be separated from their mothers, so that the said sheep may remain one
year, at the will of the said John and his heirs. And for this quit-
claim, &c. the said John remits to the said sir John, and his heirs,
all right and claim which he has in certain land which Walter de
Schelfhanger, uncle of the said John, made to the aforesaid Edmund,
(c. 1290.) Ch. 450.

SHIPDHAM. Margaret de Creyk, and Robert de Creyk her eldest
son, grant to Robert, son of Hugh le Flemming, of Shipedene, a
tenement in Shipedene, paying on the feast of St. John Bapt., 36
Hen. Ill, 2 marks ; at Michaelmas following, 2 marks ; at the Purifi-
cation B.V. M., 37 Hen. Ill, 2 marks; and at Easter, 20s.

[Copy.] Ch. 451.

William Dikessone of Schepedenne grants to John Gilberd of South
Repps a messuage and a house in Schepedenne.

Dated at Schepedenne, St. Petronilla the virgin's day, 38 Ed. III.

Ch. 452.

John Gilberd of South Repps grants to John Wlfled of Schipeden,
and Agnes, daughter of Bartholomew Qwentement of Sidestroude,
one piece of land lying in the village of Schipeden.

Dated at Schipeden the Saturday next after the feast of St.
Gregory, 43 Ed. III. Ch. 453.

Edward Coolman of Gymyngham and Robert Brynyngg of Schipden
demise and confirm to John Coolman of Schipden a messuage.

Dated at Schipden, 6 January, 20 Rich. II. Ch. 454.

John Colman of Schyppeden grants to William Chapman of the



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 215

NORFOLK,
same place, John Breton and Geoffrey Sywhat of Babyngle a messuage
in Schyppeden.

Dated at Schyppeden on the day of St. Marcel, martyr, 20 Rich. II.

Ch. 455.

Agnes, who was the wife of Richard Kyrkeman of Schipden, grants
to Richard Crane and Robert Heyles of the same, one piece of land in
Schipden.

Dated at Schipden on the feast of St. George the martyr, 12
Hen. IV. Ch. 456.

William Rowe of grants to Robert Balkes of Shypdam and

others, one and a half acre of land lying in a field called Northfyld and
one acre lying in Brankes ....

Dated at Shypdam, 6 September, 37 Hen. VIII. Ch. 457.

SHOTESHAM. Yvo de Broch, son of Gosceline de Kircheste, at
the petition and with the consent of Matilda his wife, and William
and Thomas his heirs, grants to the church of the Holy Trinity,
Norwich, one acre of arable land in Shotesham. (c. 11 70.)

\With seal.'] Ch. 259.

Oliver de Vaux grants to Walter Picot the whole of the land which
Eustace de Schotesham held of him in Schotesham, paying annually
2s. for all service, (c. 1180.) Ch. 458.

William, son of Roger de Kringesford, grants to the church of the
Holy Trinity, Norwich, in frankalmoigne, his tenement in Shotesham.
(c. 1200.) [With seal^ Ch. 260.

Indenture by which Nicholas the abbot, and convent of Langle,
demise to Bartholomew White, arm., 15I acres, \ rood, and 9 perches
of land, in three pieces, for 80 years, he paying to the said abbot and
convent 35. annually at Shotesham.

Dated at Langle, 10 March, 38 Hen. VI. [Seal broken^ Ch. 233.

William de Wadeton, rector of Shotesham, grants to Peter Pycot
and his heirs the chantry built in the chapel in his court of Shotesham,
subject to certain conditions, (c. 1240.) [With seal.] Ch. 4^g.

Master Richard de Beylound, parson of Saxlinghamthorp, grants to
John de Lalleford one acre of wood in Shotesham.

Dated at Shotesham the Tuesday next before the Purification of
the Virgin, 3 Ed. II. Ch. 460.

Robert, son of John Hare of Little Porynglond, grants to John
Curlbaston one piece of arable land in Schotesham.

Dated at Schotesham the Sunday next after St. Mark the
evangelist, 43 Ed. III. Ch. 461.

SHOTESHAM, CRUCHESTOK, PORINGLOND, &c,

John de Pysale, clerk, Robert de Aysshefeld and Reginald de Eccles,
remit and quit- claim to Roger de Wolferston, Thomas, parson of the
church of Tyvenshale, and Richard Vautres, all their right in all
messuages, lands, and tenements, in the villages of Schotesham,



216 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Cruchestok, Porynglond, Castre, and little Framyngham, wliicli they
had by the feoffment of Edm. de Neketon.

Dated at Schotesham, i Ric. II. [With seals.'] Ch. 462.

Will of Alice de Brunham, dated at Schotesham, Thursday next
after the feast of St. Ambrose, bp. and confessor, 8 Ric. II. Ch. 463.

Robert de Lalleford grants to Emma his wife and Robert Clerk of
Schotisham, their heirs and assigns, 1 1 acres of land lying in the fields
of Scotistham in two pieces, of which one piece lies in a culture which
is called 9 acres, and the other in a culture called ' Wlsale.'

Dated at Scotisham on the feast of the Assumption B.V.M., 12
Rich. II. [With seai:\ Ch. 463*.

Margaret, countess of Norfolk, acknowledges to have received the
homage of John "Whyte for the land he held of her in the village of
Shotesham.

Sealed at Framlingham, 20 April, 14 Rich. II. [With seal.']

Ch. 464.

Letter of the prior and convent of St. Mary Magdalen of Penteney,
reciting the deeds for the appropriation of the church of St. Mary's,
Shotesham.

Sealed with the seal of the priory, dated 1309. [i^ea?.]

Ch. 347.

The prior and convent of Pentney, appropriators of the church of
St. Mary's, Shotesham, acknowledge the right of the prior and convent
of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, to two parts of the tithes of the lordship
of sir John de Vaux, and of certain other lands in the same parish of
Shotesham.

Dated in their chapter house at Penteneye, 17 Kl. June, 1309.
[With seal] Ch. 348.

Letters patent of John Salmon, bp. of Norwich, confirming the
consolidation of the churches of St. Mary and St. Botolph of Shotesham,
and appropriation of the same, to the prior and convent of Penteney,
saving the right to him and his successors of collating a vicar when a
vacancy should occur.

Dated at Thomegg', 2 Ides of July, 131 2. [With sedls?[

Ch. 349.

Duplicate of no. 349, with the seal (broken) of the bp. only. [/Sea^.]

Ch. 350.

Ralph, the prior, and convent of St. Mary Magdalen of Penteney,
grant to Robert Crekemay of Shotesham, sen., various lands in Shotes-
ham, to hold to him and his heirs, paying annually for the same 5s.
Dated at Penteney, 21 July, 15 Ed. IV. Ch. 352.

Sir Milo de Stapelton, kt., Oliver Gros, John, parson of Salle,

Stephen "Worthelik, and Richard Hawys, grant to sir John White,

kt., their manor of Shotesham for ten years, paying annually one rose.

Dated at Shotesham, 7 Jan., 17 Ric. II. [With seal^ Ch. 465.

An acknowledgement that John Knyvet, late sheriff of Norfolk,
received of Roger Raulyn, receiver of green wax, 13s. 4c?., from



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAE Y. 217

NORFOLK.
Margaret Nerford, for a licence, to grant with sir Milo de Stapulton,
kt., and others a plea of agreement, concerning the manor of Shotesham,

Dated at Norwich, i6 July, 17 Rich. II. [ASea?.] Ch. 466.

William de Bergham, clerk, acknowledges to have received of sir Milo
de Stapulton, sir John White, kts., Oliver Groos, John, parson of Salle,
Stephen Wurlyk, and Richard Hawys, 10 marks sterling, for the term
ending Michaelmas, of one annual rent of 20 marks, out of the manor
of Shotesham.

Dated in the church of St. Christopher, London, 8 Oct., 6 Hen. lY,
[With seal.] Ch. 467.

William Stannard of Byskelee grants to John Sudbury of Norwich
and Simon Bedyngham, citizen of Norwich, one piece of arable land
and one little close in Shotesham.

Dated at Shotesham, 3 Jan., i Hen. VI. [With seal.] Ch. 468.

SHOTTESHAM, STOKE HOLY CROSS, and EILBY. Sir

Simon Felbrigge, kt., grants to Bartholomew White, esq., son and
heir of, Robert White, esq., the whole of his manor of Shotesham, with
knights fees, lands and tenements in Shotesham, Stoke Holy Cross, and
the villages adjacent, in the hundred of Hensted, with the advowson of
the church of Filby.

Dated at Shotesham on the feast of the Ascension, 19 Hen. VL

Ch. 469.

John Hyrnyng, son and heir of William Hyrnyng, grants to
Bartholomew White, esq., John Meke, and Robert Schene, one piece
of land in the fields of the village of Shotesham.



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