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Dated at Shotesham, 20 July, 22 Hen» YI. Ch. 470.

Thomas, duke of Norfolk, remits all actions and demands for himself

and heirs against Edmund Whyte, arm., to the ist day of Jan. last past.

Dated 2 May, 25 Hen. YIII [Signed, — Seal] Ch. 471.

SHOTTESHAM, TOFT HALL, SWANNES, &c. Indenture
dated i July, 27 Hen. YIII, by which Thomas, duke of Norfolk,
demises to Edmund White of Shotisham the manors of Shotisham
and Toft Hall, and the reversion of the manors of Swannes, Wramp-
lyngham, & Mayton, for the term of threescore yeares, paying annually
for the first five years £30 and afterwards £64. [Signed, T. Koi-folk^

Ch. 472.

An award of Thomas Gawdy the elder, esq., and John Applyard of
Dunston, gent., made the ist of April, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary,
arbitrators in a cause of Henry Doyle the younger, esq., and Anne his
wife, sister and heir of Edmond Whyte, esq., deceased, against John
JEallez of Shottisham, relating to lands in the parish of Shottisham.

Ch. 473.

SKEYTON. Convention made the Tuesday next after the feast
of St. Yalentine, 32 Ed. I, at Skegeton, between sir Thomas Ward . . ,
kt., of the one part, and John Fastolf, burgess of Yarmouth, of the
other part, by which the said John Fastolf grants the ward, custody,
and marriage of Ralph, son and heir of sir John Skegeton, kt., to the
said sir Thomas Ward. Ch. 474.



218 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
John Catys grants to Robert Cok and William
&c. in the village of Skeyton.

Dated at Skeyton the Monday next after the feast of St. John
Bapt., I Hen. IV. Ch. 449.

SLOLEY. John Dunyng of Wythsted grants to John Clout of
the same place, one messuage with a croft adjacent, and one acre of
arable land, in the village of Sloleye.

Dated at Sloleye the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Matthew
the apostle, 10 Ric. II. Ch. 483.

SOMERTON. Sir John de Vernon, kt,, appoints Henry atte Pyt
his servant to give seisin to John de Bemeye of his manor of Somerton,
except John Nichollsson, a villein of the said manor.

Dated at Norwich the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
31 Ed. in. Ch. 484.

SOUTHWOOD. Institution of William Keene, B.A., to the
rectory of Southwood, on the presentation of the lady Elizabeth
Clere, widow, by Francis, bp. of Norwich.

Dated 27 Apr., 1630. Ch. 485.

SPROWSTON. The will of Christopher Knolles of Sprowston,
CO. Norfolk, gent., made 23 Jan., 1608.

Probate granted 4 Jan., 16 10. Ch. 486.

STANFORD. Ida, daughter of Hubert de Stanford, grants to
Matilda, the daughter of Alan de Chastillun, for her homage and
service and for 4s. 8(i., one piece of her land in Stanford, paying
annually for the same I i(Z. (c. 1230.) [With seal.'\ (7A. 488.

Letters patent of Thomas, the prior and convent of Schuldham,
reciting the deeds for the appropriation of the church, and ordination
of the vicarage of Stanford.

Dated at Schuldham, Nones of May, 1303. Ch. 477.

Appropriation of the parish church of Stanford, Norwich diocese, to

the Priory of the Blessed Mary of Schuldham by John, bp. of Norwich.

Dated at Thornegg', Kl. May, 1303 — 4th year of his consecration.

Ch. 476.

Confirmation by John, bp. of Norwich, of the appropriation of the

rectory of Stanford to the uses of the prior and convent of Schuldham.

Dated at Ufford, 11 Kl. May, 1301, and the 2nd year of the

consecration of John, bp. of Norwich, and sealed by the priory

at Schuldham, 8 Kl. May, 1301. [With seal.'\ Ch. 475.

STIPFKEY. Letters patent of King James I, dated at West-
minster, 4 Feb., ist of his reign, granting to Nicholas Bacon of Stifkey,
CO. Norfolk, esq., a general pardon. [IFi^A seal?^ Ch. 489.

STOCKTON, &c. Final concord dated in the octiive of St. John,
18 Hen. VIII, between sir Robert Drury, kt., and others, plaintiffs,
and John Bery, and Joan his wife, one of the daughters of John Owden,
defendants, concerning lands, messuages, &c., in Stokton, Kyrkebycame,
Elyngham, Wynston, Nortonsubcors, Mendam, Eedvall, and Geldeston.

Ch. 491.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAKY. 219

NORFOLK.
Final concord dated on the morrow of St. Martin, 26 Hen. VIII,
between sir Walter Hubbard, kt., Henry Fitzwater, kt., and others,
plaintiffs, and John Bury and Joan his wife, defendants, concerning
lands, messuages, &c., in Stokton, Kyrby Cane, Elyngham, Geldeston,
Wynston, Norton Subcorse, and Halys. Ch. 494.

STOKE. Receipt given by Nicholas, the abbot of Langley, to Bar-
tholomew White, esq., for the payment of 35. 4c?. for a farm in Stoke.
Dated Monday after Palm Sunday, 18 Ed. IV. Ch. 234.

STOKE and SAXLINGHAM. Richard de Torpe, with the
assent of Thomas, his son and heir, grants to Matilda his daughter five
acres of his land, viz. 2 acres in Stoke and 3 acres in Saxlingham.
(c. 1240.) Ch. 487.

STOKESBY and THRICKBY. Memorandum dated St. Hilary's
day, 32 Ed. I, reciting that whereas William Fitzwilliam of Redham
had enfeoffed William Aleyn of Stokesby, and Roger his brother in 55
acres of arable land lying in Stokesby and Thrickby, as by his charter
appears, this convention witnesseth that after six years the said
William Fitzwilliam of Redham shall have again the said land without
let or hindrance. Ch. 490.

STRATTON (Long). An agreement (indented) between sir
Thomas Savage, sir Rafe de Shelton, Thomas de Bumpstede, and
John de Snoryng, lately enfeoffed by sir Nicholas de Bourne in the
manor of Long Stratton, with the church of St. Mary and the
appurtenances in Tasbourge, &c., on the one part, and John de
Herlyng in the name of sir Thomas de Gyney and the lady Elizabeth
his wife, sister and heir of the said sir Nicholas, on the other part,
viz. that the said feoffees will enfranchise John Frost if he wishes to be
chaplain, according as the said sir Nicholas charged them during his
life, and that the said sir Ralph will release all his right in the said
manor, &c. to the said Thomas Savage and the others aforesaid, and
that they will then grant the same to the lady Margerie, wife of sir
Robert de Mortimer, for her life, with the reversion to sir Thomas
Gyney and Elizabeth his wife and their heirs, reserving the lands, &c.
purchased by the said sir Nicholas, in Long Stratton, &c. for the
maintenance of a light and the clothing of five poor persons, for which
the said sir Thomas Gyney shall pay them <£ioo, and that the said sir
Thomas Gyney shall secure the estate of such as purchase the lands
which were sir Richard de Boylands, of the said feoffees, and the said
feoffees shall release to him the advowson of the church of Waketon, if
it be found the said advowson * soit tallie,' and that the said <£ioo be
expended for the good of the soul of the said sir Nicholas.

Dated 6 June,. . Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 493.

Final concord dated 11 Ed. II, by which John de Say acknow-
ledges the right of Robert de Holneston and Joan his wife to the
manor of Long Stratton, with the services of the tenants named, for
which the said Robert and Joan gave to the said John 100 marks of
silver. Ch. 492,

STURSTONE. Indenture made 5 January, 14 Chas. I, by which
sir Henry Bedingfield of Oxburgh, co. Norfolk, demises to sir Lyonell



220 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
ToUemach of Helmingham, barfc., and others a moiety of the rectory
of Sturstone for 99 years, without payment of any rent. \^With seal.l^

Ch. 495.

SUE-LINGHAM. Illegible charter. Ch. 500.

Mandate for the induction of Samuel Willan, clerk, M.A., to the
church of Surlingham with the chapel of St. Saviour united.

Dated 16 March, 1639. Ch. 501.

Institution of Samuel Willan, M.A., to the church of Surlingham,
vacant by the death of the last incumbent, on the presentation of
Richard, bp. of Norwich. Dated 6 Nov., 1639. Ch. 502.

SUSTEAD. Richard Tyke of Oresham grants to Gilbert de
Debenham half an acre of land lying in the field of Suthsted.

Dated at Haneworth on the vigil of St. Margaret the virgin, 9 Ed. I.

Ch. 503.

SUSTEAD, METTON, and ROUGHTON. Indenture dated 27
June, 19 James I, by which sir Henry Hobart, kt. and bart., demises
to Thomas Blofeld, all that leet or view of frankpledge called Salt-
grave leete in Susted, Metton, and Rowton, in the co. of Norfolk,
to hold the same during pleasure. Ch. 504.

SWAPFHAM-MARKET. The will of Simon Blake of Swaffham-
Market, gentleman, made 10 Dec, 1487. Ch. 496.

Letters of institution from Richard, bp. of Norwich, to Nicholas
Tymperleye, to the perpetual vicarage of SwafFham- Market, on the
presentation of the abbot and convent of Westminster.

Dated 19 Nov., 1534. [With seal] Ch. 497.

SWANTON. Letter of Geoffrey, the abbot of Langeley, to John
rector of Skeyton, to determine a cause delegated to him by Pope
Urban V, concerning John de Reynham, rector of Swanton.

Attested by William de Ouseflete, notary-public, 22 May, 1369.

Ch. 232.

SWENYNGTON. Assise of novel disseisin held at Norwich the
Monday next after the feast of St. James the apostle, 9 Ed. II, before
W. Ormesby and his fellow justices, concerning the common of pasture
in Heverynglond, which pertains to the free tenement of the prior of
Walsingham in Swenyngton, against Roger de Gyney, Roger de
Bylney, Peter Waytskath, Peter Lomber, and Richard de Holewode.

Ch. 557.

SWETESHATjE (?). Convention made 56 Hen. Ill, between
Roger, son of Specus le Fironber', of the one part, and Richard Crack
of Bongeye of the other part, by which the said Roger demises the
tenement which Walter Coc held in villenage, in Iweteleshale, for a
term of 6 years. [Mutilated.] Ch. 499.

THETFORD. Commission from King Hen. VIII to Thomas
Boleyn, kt., Viscount Rocheford, &c., and others, to enquire concerning
the decay of houses, loss of rents, &c. of the town of Thetford, parcel
of the duchy of Lancaster.

Dated 1 6 Feb., 1 8 year of the king's reign. [ With seal] CA. 53 1 •



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 221

NORFOLK.
Licence from Richard, bp. of Norwich, to Robert Cocke, M.A.,
permitting him to teach the art of grammar within the village of
Thetford. Dated 3 October, 1638. Ch. 532.

Articles and subscriptions with the autographs of the subscribers to
a horse race to be run at Thettford the last Friday in September, 1698,
1699, and 1700. Ch. 533.

THIRSPORD. Letter of . . . . , bp. of Norwich, setting forth
the composition between the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity,
Norwich, and sir Thomas de Eggefeld, rector of Thirsford, concerning
claims to tithes. [Mutilated^ (1326-1344.) 0^.270.

THOMPSON. Richard (yegg of Saham grants to John Cham-
birleyn of Thomeston three acres of arable land, lying in divers places
in Thomeston.

Dated at Thomeston the Friday next before the feast of the
Purification of the Virgin, 17 Rich. II. Ch. 534.

Licence granted to sir John Mayster, priest and brother (late master)
of the college of Thomeston, by Roger Fylpot, the master and the other
brethren of the said college, on account of the good service performed
by hira to the said college, relieving him from strict obedience to the
statutes of the founder, on payment of 12c?. weekly to the college.

Dated at Thomeston, 20 June, 13 Hen. VI. Ch. 535.

John, son of Simon Chapman, grants to Roger Phylypott, the master,
and the brethren of the college of Tomeston, two tenements called
Warneres and Redames in Tomeston.

Dated at Tomeston the Monday next after the feast of St. John
Bapt., 13 Hen. VI. Ch. 536.

Robert Audeley, clerk, master of the college or chantry of
Thomson, with the consent of the brethren, grants to King Henry VIII
the whole of the said chantry with the house, site, &c., and all that
belongs to it.

Dated 3 July, 32 Hen. VIII. [Surrender charter, with seal.^

Ch. 537.

Robert Cade of Thompston grants to John V^ells a cottage in
Thompston. Dated 6 Jan.,-6 Ed. VI. Ch. 538.

William Bore of Tomston, husbandman, grants to John Atmear of
Breales and his assignes one messuage, and 3 acres of landj and one
rood of land, lying in the village and fields of Tomston.

Dated 9 October, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Ch. 539.

Henry Clarke of Wynfarthyng, co. Norfolk, for a certain sum of
money, grants to William Bore, Richard Cowper, and William Bealls,
one messuage and three acres of land in Thompston.

Dated at Thompston, 28 June, 4 Elizabeth. Ch. 540.

Henry Clarke for a sum of money grants to Robert Furnage, sen.,
of Lacford, co. Suffolk, one messuage and three acres of land in
Thompston. Dated i8 November, 13 Elizabeth. Ch. 541.



222 CALENDAE OF CHAETEES, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
THORN AGE. Adam de Sutwade grants to Geoffrey his younger
son the half of a mill in the parish of Thornege called Feldmille.
(c. 1310.) Ch. 543.

THORPE ABBOTTS. Indenture dated 23 Jan., 8 Chas. I, being
a post-nuptial settlement by Eobert Cornwallys, gent., of Thorp Abbots,
CO. Norfolk, on his wife Dorothy, daughter of Eobert Hobart of
Langley, granting her (for an increase of her jointure) certain land in
Thorp-Abbots. Ch. 544.

THORPE near GEYTON. Convention dated 1 3 26, on the morrow
of St. Luke the evangelist, between the abbot and convent of St. Mary
of West Derham of the one part, and the prior and convent of Penteneye
of the other part, being a composition for the payment of tithes, to the
abbot and convent of Derham, as rectors of the moiety of the church of
Thorp near Qeyton. Ch. 68.

THRAXTON. Decision of William, bp. of Norwich, in a tithe
cause between the prior and convent of Norwich, and Paul, rector of
the church of Thraxton, by which the tithes of the lordship of Wygan
Briton, in the village of Thraxton, are confirmed to the rector and his
successors for ever, the convent receiving an annual payment of 10s,
Dated at Norwich the Ides of April, 4th pontifical year of the
bishop. (1282.) [With seal,'] (7^.505.

THURLTON. Fragment of an indenture made 20 . . . . , 29
Q. Elizabeth, . , between .... Burrowe of Thurlton, co. Norfolk,

yeoman, Elizabeth his wife, and others, of the one part, and

Englett and Alice his wife of the other part, and Anthony Frost of
Thurlton aforesaid Ch, 545.

TILNEY. Letter from the warden and scholars of Pembroke Hall,
submitting themselves to the bp. of Norwich and his successors, on
account of the appropriation of the church of Tilney, Norwich diocese,
to the said hall. Dated at Cambridge, 6 July, 1373. Ch. 506.

Geoffrey Galis of grants to John "Wal .... Geofirey

Kely of Tilney and others 1 4 acres of land in Tilney.

Dated at Tilney the Sunday next before the feast of the Purification
B.V.M., 6 Hen. Y. Ch. 507.

Geofirey Crecy, chaplain, Geoffrey Talyor, John Halle, and John
Noreys, of Tilney, infeoff John Waryn, citizen and grocer of London,
John Copnote, Thomas Burgh, and John Waterden, burgesses of
Bishop's Lenn, in 1 4 acres of land in the fields of Tilney.

Dated at Tilney, 6 Oct., 4 Hen. VI. Ch. 509.

John Walbor and others grant to John Waren, citizen and grocer of
London, and others, 14 acres of land in the village of Tilney.

Dated at Tilney the Tuesday after the feast of . . . . , 6 Hen.
VL Ch. 510.

Eobert Godard of Tiryngton grants to John Waryn, Thomas Burgh,
and John Waterden, burgesses of Bishop's Lenn, nine acres of land in
the fields of Tilney.

Dated at Tilney, 5 September, 12 Hen.YI. Ch. 511.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 223

NORFOLK.

Robert giants to James Hobart, attorney of our lord the

King, 26 acres of land in Tilney.

Dated at Tilney, 10 August, . . Hen. VI. Ch. 512.

Robert Housson, vicar of Tilney, John Wareyn, burgess of Bishop's
Lenn, and John Dekon of Tilney, grant to John Scathelok of Tilney
twenty acres of land in Tilney and a field called Mordych.

Dated at Tilney, 25 April, 21 Hen. VI. Ch. 513.

Katherine Scathelok of Tilney, widow, grants to John Scathelok, her
son, 16 acres of land lying in Tilney and a field called Sibly.
Dated at Tilney the Thursday in Easter week, 2 1 Hen. VI.

Ch. 514.

Illegible charter. Ch. 515.

John Scathelok grants to Thomas Hunston of Walpole, gent., and
Robert Russell, jun., 40 acres of land in Tilney.

Dated 17 July, 9 Hen. VII. Ch. 516.

Robert Scathelok of Tilney, son and heir of John Scathelok, grants
to Nicholas Thomson and John Noreys of Tilney, all his lands and
tenements lying in Tilney and Ilsyngton, and appoints Robert Powdich
of Tilney, his attorney, to deliver seisin of the same.

Dated at Tilney, 5 Oct., 9 Hen. VII. Ch. 517.

Richard Lany, late of Tilney, demises and confirms to Robert
Pellam, cousin and heir of Thomas Pellam, son and heir of Thomas
Pellam late of Tilney, and others, one messuage with a close containing
8 acres lying in Tilney.

Dated at Tilney the Tuesday next before the feast of St. Peter ad
vine, 10 Hen. VII. Ch. 518.

Robert Pellam, cousin and heir of Thomas Pellam, grants to Richard
Skynner of Tilney, John Neele, Robert Bees, and Clement Cliderhowe,
one messuage with a close adjoining in Tilney.

Dated at Tilney, 20 Dec, 10 Henry VII. Gh. 508.

Sir Robert Lovell, kt., Thomas Blake, e^q., John Kyng, and John
Bend, remit and quit-claim to Richard Skynner of Tilney, John Neele,
burgess of Lenn, gentleman, Robert Bees, burgess and merchant of the
same place, and Clement Cliderhowe of the same place, gentleman, all
their right in a messuage with a close adjoining containing 8 acres of
land lying in Tilney. Dated 13 Dec, 14 Hen. VII. Ch. 519.

Richard Skynnere of Tilney and others grant to Robert Segrave of
Tylney one messuage and one close adjacent containing eight acres
lying in Tilney, and also appoint Henry Baldyng their attorney to
deliver seisin of the same to Robert Segrave.

Dated at Tilney, 25 January, 17 Hen. VII. Ch. 520.

Robert Segrave of Tilney grants to James Hobart, attorney of the
King, sir Henry Heydon, and Thomas "Wythe, one messuage with
a close containing eight acres in Tilney.

Dated at Tilney, 24 December, 19 Hen. VII. Ch. 521.



224 CALENDAR OF CHAETEES, EOLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Indenture dated .29 July, 30 Hen. VIII, between Walter Hobart of
one part, and Humphrey Savile, gentleman, and Thomas Fraunces, of
the other, witnesseth that the said Walter has demised to the said
Humphrey and Thomas his manor of Tilney containing 248 acres, and
also 26 acres of arable land in Tilney called Skallokks, for 10 years,
paying annually £6. Ch. 522.

An exemplification of a fine levied at Westminster on the morrow
of the Ascension of our Lord, 38 Hen. YI, by which John Godelesforth
and Anne his wife acknowledge the right of John Lyhers to a messuage,
200 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 60 acres of pastuije, and 40 acres
of marsh in Tilney, Jolyngton, Wygenhale, and Walpole, with the
advowson of the chapel of Walpole.

Dated at Westminster, 23 January, 33 Henry YIII. [With seal]

Ch. 523.

Indenture made 17 May, 25 Eliz., by which James Hobarte of
Hales Halle, in Loddon, co. Norfolk, demises to Charles Cornwalles
certain land in Tilney for 21 years, paying annually for the same £10.

Ch. 524.

Indenture made 24 September, 27 Elizabeth, by which John Allen
of Glemsford demises to John Gardener the elder, a piece of ground,
part of Tilney grange, to hold the same for 99 years at an annual
rent of 3s. ^d. Ch. 525.

Indenture dated 28 January, 29 Eliz., by which Charles Cornwaleys
sells and sets over to Thomas Kervells, all his interest in a term of
years in 68 acres of land in Tilney. [With seal.] Ch. 526.

Indenture dated 28 Jan., 29 Q. Eliz., by which Charles Cornwaleys
sells unto Thomas Kervell all his lease, interest, &c., in a term of
years in 3 score and 8 acres of land in the town and fields of Tilney
and also in another piece of 10 acres. [Duplicate 0/^26.] Ch. 527.

TOFT MONKS. John Elger, citizen and goldsmith of Norwich,
appoints Alan Chirchous of Wyndell, his attorney, to deliver seisin to
William Chirchous of Wyndell and others of a piece of land lying in
the fields of Tofte Monks.

Dated at Norwich, 2 April, 31 Hen. YI. Ch. 546.

TOPCROPT and DENTON. Sir Eichard Wyngefeld, kt., grants
to Edward Whyte, esq., an annuity or annual rent of 40s. from the
manors of Topcrofte and Denton, also the offices of seneschal and
supervisor of the said manors.

Dated 29 October, 10 Hen. YIII. [Signed, Wyngefeld B.]

Ch. 542.

TORYNTON. Fragment of a court roll of Walter, bp. of Norwich,
and others of the lords, held there, 26 Hen. YI. Ch. 548.

TUNSTEAD. Nomination by the Protector, and admission by
the commissioners, of John Greene to the vicarage of Tonstead with
Scoriston under sequestration.

Dated at Whitehall, . . . September, 1657. Ch. 547.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 225

NORFOLK.

TUTTINGTOUN, EANNINGHAM, and WRAMPLING-
HAM. Composition made the Saturday next before the feast of St.
Bartholomew, 32 Ed. I, between Robert Brian de Felmyngham of
one part, and John Brun of Tutyngtoun of the other, by which the said
Robert grants to the said John, all his tenements and services in
Tutyngtoun, Banyngham, and Wramplyngham, paying annually 30s.
sterling. [With seal] (7A. 549.

William, the abbot of St. Martin's, and the monastery of Auchi near
Aumale, Rouen diocese, remit to John de Ufford the right of both real
and personal action against him for the unjust detention of certain of
their goods and possessions in England or elsewhere.

Dated 25 September, 1350. [With seal] Ch. 550.

WACTON and MOULTON. William Smyth, rector of St.
Michael's, Multon, and Robert Brown of the same, demise and confirm
to William Clopton of Multon and others, a piece of land called Rand
Ernaldys and 2| acres of meadow in Waketon and Multon.

Dated at Multon the Friday next after the feast of the translation
of St. Thomas the martyr, 9 Ed. IV. Ch. 551.

WALCOT. Indenture dated 6 April, 1639, by which Richard, bp.
of Norwich and abbot of St. Bennet of Hulme, demises the rectory
of Walcott, with the tithes of Walcott, Happesburgh, Backton, Broome-
hal], Ridlington, and other towns adjoining, to John Awcock of Buck-
enham Ferrie, gent., to hold the same during the lives of certain persons
named, paying a certain quantity of wheat, barley, and oats, or their
value in money annually. Ch. 552.

WALSHAM (North) and TRING, Herts. Appointment
of Mainetus Spine, Rustikellus Cambii, and Reymund the abbot,
citizens of Florence, as proctors to act in the business concerning the
churches of Treing, Lincoln diocese, and North Walsham, Norwich
diocese. Dated at London, 10 Kl. April, 1261. Ch. 553*.

WALSHAM (South). Robert de Eurton, with the consent of
Basilida his wife, grants to Reginald le Gros the whole land which he
has in South Walsham and in Paunesford, to hold the same for the
term of their lives, paying annually 1 3 marks 8s. and 2 pence, (c. 1 1 80.)

Ch. 553.

WALSINGHAM (Priory of St. Mary at). Letter of William,
the prior, and canons of the church of St. Mary, of Wausingham,
reciting the confirmation charters of Simon, the prior, and convent of
Norwich, and J., bp. of Norwich, of the churches, lands, tithes, &c.
belonging to the priory of B. Y. M. of Wausingham.

Dated at Wausingham, 6 Kl. May, 1250. Ch. 554.

Citation from the papal court to John Snorynge, prior of Walsingham.
[Mutilated.] Ch. 556.

Protestation made by John de Snoryng, prior of Walsingham, before
Henry, bishop of Norwich, 6 April, 1384. Ch. 558.

WALSINGHAM, BURNHAM, and OULTON. A recital by
William the prior, and canons of Wausingham, under their chapter



226 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC

NORFOLK,
seal, of the deeds concerning the appropriation of the churches of All
Saints, Great Wausingham, St. Clement's, Burnham, and Owelton.

Dated at Wausingham, 6 Kl. May, 1250. [Mutilated.] Ch. 555.

WALTON (East). The will of William Baker of Estwalton dated
23 Sept., 1552, with probate attached, granted ii Jan., 1552 — 6
Ed.yL [With seal] Ch. S^o.

"WANGEFORD. Judgement given in a cause between the prior
and monks of Thetford and the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity,
Norwich, concerning the payment of an annual pension of four marks
for certain tithes in the village of Wangeford.

Dated at Norwich, 8 Kl. July, 1350. Ch. 529.

WARHAM. Nicholas Mynne of Great Dunham, esq., sells to
Henry Doyle of Shottysham, esq., the whole of the church, rectory, or
chapel of Warham St. Mary's, co. Norfolk.

Dated 9 July, 7 Q. Eliz. Ch. 561.

WATLINGTON. Ralph, son of Basil de Wathtlington, grants
to the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen, upon the causeway between
Lynne and Geywoode, two acres of meadow lying in the village of
Wathtlington in frankalmoigne. (c. 1240.) [With seal] Ch. 2^'j.

WAYBOURNE. Confirmation by the dean and chapter of Norwich
of a composition made between the prior and convent of Westacre, and
the prior and convent of Waburne, concerning the election of a prior
to Wayburn. Dated at Norwich, 131 9, 18 Kl. Jan. Ch. 564.



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