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WEDNORTON, THIMBILTHORP, FELSHAM, &c. Deed
dated 4 June, 22 Ed. IV, by which Margery Dokking, widow, late wife
of John Dokking, gent., and daughter unto William Stiward of Owton,
gent., acknowledges and confirms the sale of lands made by her husband
to William Paston in the town and fields of Weduorton, Thimblethorp,
Eel sham, Hindolveston, Giste, Geystwight, Stiberde, Yaxham, Lang-
ham, Sithinge, and Felthorp. Ch. 566.

WESTHAHE. Matilda Gemum of Blafeld and Gerard her son
grant to Sibil, wife of sir John of Little Plumstead, and William his
son, for half a mark of silver, the whole of the turbary which John,
father of William, held of them, also various services at Westhahe.
(c. 1280.) [With seal] Ch. 565.

WHEATACRE. Thomas, son of sir Robert Banyard, kt., grants to
sir Thomas Roscelyn, kt., the manors of Burghalle, Esthalle, and Hup-
halle, in the village of Whetacre, together with all the lands, &c. which
were the said sir Robert Banyard's in Aldely and Whetacre, also the
advowsons of All Saints and St. Peter of Whetacre, now held by Matilda
wife of the said Robert, for the term of her life.

Dated at Chategrave the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Luke
the evangelist, 6 Ed. III. Ch. 568.

"WHEATACRE and HAUTBOYS. Thomas Dages grants to sir



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NORFOLK.
Thomas Roscelyn, kt., all his right and reversion which he has in the
manors of Whetacre and Hauboys.

Dated at Norwich the Monday on the morrow of Pentecost,
7 Ed. III. [With seal] Gh. 569.

WHINBUIIGH. Dispensation from Mathew, bp. of Norwich, to
Richard Tedder, clerk, M. A., to hold the rectory of Whinborough in
conjunction with that of Grarvaston.

Dated 7 March, 1635. Ch. 570.

WHITLING-HAM. Robert Osborne of Kyrkeby Bedon grants
to Edmmid White, esq., Thomas Appilyard, and others, two messuages
in Wyklyngham, and 1 5 pieces of land in Kyrkeby Bedon, also 1 5 other
pieces of land in Kyrkeby Bedon and Framyngham.

Dated 6 Sept., 24 Hen. VIII. [With seal] Gh. 571.

WICKMERE. Thomas le Jay of Wykemere grants to Bar-
tholomew Quyt of Wlterton one piece of land in Wykemere, paying
annually 2d.

Seal appended Easter eve, 21 Ed. I. [With seal] Gh. 584.

WIGGENHALL. Thomas Burley of Southlem and others appoint
John Toppe their attorney to give seisin of a certain messuage and
lands in Wygenhale.

Dated at Wygenhale, 8 December, 9 Ed. lY. Gh. 579.

Thomas Manne of Wygenhale grants to John Ffyffe, gent., and
William Prentys of Wygenhale, 40 acres of marsh in Wygenhale and
elsewhere.

Dated at Wygenhale, 12 December, 9 Hen. VII. Gh. 580.

Schedule of lands in Wigenhall, part of the possessions of the
dissolved monastery of Shouldham, co. Norfolk. [Gopy from the
particulars of grants in the Augmentation Office.] Gh. 481.

Indenture made 28 January, 25 Hen. VIII, witnesseth that the
prior and convent of Shouldham hath demised to farm to John
Fyncham and John Bedyngfeld, four pieces of land containing 17
acres lying in Germannys and St. Peturre in Wygenhale. Gh. 480.

WIGHTON. Admission of Richard Lowthwatt, M.A., to the
vicarage of Weighton, co. Norfolk, by Clement Corbett, LL.D., 23
Chas. L [With seal^ Gh. 572.

WILLINGHAM. Composition between William, the prior, and

convent of St. Faith, Horsham, and sir Philip, rector of two parts of

the church of Willingham, Norfolk diocese, concerning the right to

the tithes of the lordship of the lady Agnes le Straunge in Willingham.

Dated at Norwich, i August, 1326. [>S'ea?.] Gh. 200.

WINEBODESHAM. Richard de Bailloll grants to William de
Bailloll his son one mark of annual rent in Winebodesham, which
Baldwin de Frivill held of the said Richard, (c. 1140.) Gh. 573.

WITCHINGHAM (Little). Martin Barney of Gunton, esq.,
grants to Edward i^'lowerdewe, esq., an annuity of 405. per ann.
out of his manor of Little Wytchingham.

Dated 18 Sept., 17 Q. Eliz. Ch, 576.

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228 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
WITTON. Mutilated document, being "an appointment made
betwixt Osberne Mundeford, the young squier " dwelling at Brandiston,
having the ward of John of Berney, late son of Thomas of Berney, of
the one part, and Robert of ... , squier of AVitton, of the other
part. Ch. 581.

WOOD BASTWICK. Richard and John Spynk grant

to Roger Bulman one acre of arable land lying in Wodebastwyk in
two pieces, which they lately acquired by the demise of John Jekkys,
harbour, and William Quyney, citizen of Norwich.

Dated at Wodebastwyk, 21 April, 5 Ed. IV. Ch. 582.

WOOD DALLING, &c. Settlement by sir John Hobart of
Blicklinge, ki, of the lordships and manors of Wood Dalling alias
Dalling Hall, Mountceux, Halwood alias Hallwood Hall, Nogaus alias
Noiaus, and Hargresse alias Hargrosse.

Dated 16 December, 18 Chas. L Ch. 583.

WROXHAM. William de Keyneto grants to Hugh fitz-Reginald
of Wroxham the whole of the land which Reginald his father held in
the village of Wroxham. (c. 1260.) [With seal^ (7A. 578.

WRAMPLING-HAM. William Fitz waiter of Wramplingham
grants to Roger, son of Ralph Dindan, for his homage and service and
for I OS. of silver, one acre of arable land of his fee in the village of
Wramplingeham, paying annually to him and his heirs 4c?.

(c. 1180-90.) Ch. 587.

John, son of sir Thomas de Helgheton, kt., with the consent of
Clericia his wife, confirms to Henry, son of Richard of Wramplingham,
and Augustine his brother, a piece of land lying in the fields of Wramp-
lingham; paying annually to them and their heirs '^\d., and to Basilia
de Tudenham and her heirs 2^d. (c. 1280.) [With seal.'] Ch. 577.

John, son of sir Thomas de Helingtone, grants to Ralph Becke of
Wramplingham, for his homage and service, and for 1 6s. of silver, one
piece of arable land lying in the field of Wramplingham, paying
annually for the same id. (c. 1300.) Ch. 588.

Robert Ai-thurgh remits and quit-claims to Thomas de Flicham and
others, all his right in the manor and advowson of the church of St.
Peter's in Wramplingham, and all other rights in the villages of Wramp-
lingham, Wymondham, Melton, Berforde, and Carleton.

Dated at Wramplinsfham the Tuesday next after the feast of the
Purification, 12 Ric. II. Ch. 589.

John Appilyerd, esq., grants to Simon White, William Wodehous,
and Stephen Curson, esqs., a certain annual rent of Xio from the
manor of Wramplingham which Thomas Lymor of Shotesham by a
certain charter granted to John and Thomas Shuldham, deceased.

Dated 30 Jan., 14 Ed. IV. Ch. 590.

WYMONDHAM. Bond given by Thomas Glovere of Wy-



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NORFOLK,
mondham and Margaret who was wife of James Smith of Est Carleton
for the payment of 15 marks of silver to William de Appelyerd,
merchant of Norwich.

Dated at Norwich, 15 Sept., 41 Ed. III. Ch. 586.

YARMOUTH (Great). Thomas, son of William Wymer of
Gernemuth and Matilda his wife, confirm to sir Roger de Prestun, chap-
lain, . . shillings of annual rent from . . . . , and a fishery held of
them in Great Gememuth. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 591.

Gosceline, son of Thurkeld of Hikelinghe and Salerna his wife,
daughter of Adam de Campernol of Gernemuth, grant to Andrew de
Couteshale, for his service and 3s. of silver, one piece of land with
buildings and appurtenances in Great Gernemuth. (c. 1250.) Ch. 592.

Gosceline, the tailor of Hikelinge and Salerna his wife, grant to
Thomas, son of William Wimer of Gernemuth, for one mark of
silver, all their right in 2s. annual rent, which Juliana, relict of
Robert the baker, was accustomed to pay for a tenement she held of
them in Great Gernemuth. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 593.

Adam Gavel of Great Gernemouth and Beatrice his wife, grant to

Adam de Grossenhale, clerk, for his service and a certain sum of

money, one piece of land in Great Germen , paying annually to the

said Adam and Beatrice one clove, and to the lords of the fee 105.

Dated at Gernem' on St. Matthew's day, 17 Ed. I. Ch. 594.

The will of Matilda, late wife of William Bozon, made 10 October,
1390- Ch. 595.

Charter of liberties, gifts, concessions, and confirmations, granted
to the burgesses of Great Yarmouth by King Henry the Sixth.
Dated at Westminster, 24 November, i of his reign.

(2 membranes.) Chs. 596 and 597.

Thomas Woode of Great Jernemuth, shipwright, and John Dey,
baker, in performance of the last will of Margery Cromer, late of
Great Jernemuth, grant to Thomas Childe a messuage ........



Dated at Jernemuth, 4 June, [Illegible.] Ch. 598.

Cornelius Bryght of Great Jernemuth, cooper, and Richard Lowes,
wheelwright, in consideration of the receipt of .£58, sell to Peter Cromer
of Great Jernemuth the whole of their plot of land in Great Jerne-
muth. Dated there 12 Nov., i Mary. Ch. 599.

Cornelius Bryght of Great Jernemuth and others grant to Peter
Cromer and others the whole of a plot of land lying in Jernemuth.
Dated at Great Jernemuth, 12 November, i Q. Mary.

(Duplicate 0/ ^gg.) Ch. 600.

Writ of King James I, dated at Westminster, 12 February, 18 of
his reign, to the sheriff of Suffolk, to assess what damages are due to
Christopher Echard by Thomas Ladd of Great Yermouth by reason of
the non-fulfilment of an agreement made at Foxford, 19 Sept., 161 1,

Ch. 601,



230 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.

NORFOLK (County of). Accounts for the Kings Bench and
Marshalsea, for removing vagrants, and for maimed soldiers and
mariners, with various sessions bills, as follows : —

Account of Thomas Tanner, clerk, chancellor of the diocese of
Norwich, one of the treasurers of the Queen's Bench and Marshalsea
for one year, ending Easter sessions, 1707. Ch. 648.

Duplicate copy of the same. . Ch. 649.

Account of Francis Longe, esq., one of the treasurers for the
maimed soldiers and mariners within the said county for one year,
ending Easter sessions, 1707. Ch. 650.

Account of Henry Davy, esq., treasurer for the passing of vagrants,
ending Easter sessions, 17 17. Ch. 652.

Account of the reverend Dr. Thomas Tanner, chancellor of Norwich
and treasurer for the passing of vagrants for one year, beginning Easter
sessions, 17 17. Ch. 651.

Account of Henry Davy, esq., treasurer for the maimed soldiers and
mariners, ending Easter sessions, 17 18. Ch. 653.

Account of Dr. Thomas Tanner, chancellor of Norwich and treasurer
for the maimed soldiers and mariners, ending Easter sessions, 1 7 1 9.

Ch. 654.

Sessions accounts (various) for the year 17 19. Chs. 655-662.

Account of Dr. Thomas Tanner, treasurer for the King's Bench and
Marshalsea, ending Easter, 1720. Ch. 663.

Sessions accounts (various). Chs. 664-665.

The account of Francis Longe, esq., treasurer for the passing away
of vagrants, ending Easter, 1721. Ch. 666.

Account of Dr. Thomas Tanner, treasurer for the passing away of
vagrants, ending Easter, 1722. Ch. 667.

The account of William Helwis, esq., executor of Nicholas Helwis,
esq., and John Buxton, esq., treasurers for the prisoners in the castle,
ending Easter, 1725. Ch. 668.

Sessions accounts (various). (7^5.669-681.

Account of the rev. Dr. Tanner, chancellor of Norwich, and sir
Edmund Bacon of Gillingham, bart., treasurers for the prisoners in the
castle for one year, ending Easter, 1726. Ch. 683.

Account of Francis Longe, esq., one of the treasurers of the King's
Bench and Marshalsea, ending Easter, 1726. Ch. 684.

Sessions accounts (various). CJis. 685-699.

Account of Thomas Tanner, chancellor of Norwich, treasurer of the
King's Bench and Marshalsea, ending Easter, 1727. Ch. 700.

Account of Francis Longe, esq., treasurer for maimed soldiers and
mariners, ending Easter, 1727. . Ch. "joi.



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NORFOLK.
Sessions accounts (various). €hs. 702-7 17«

Account of Dr. Thomas Tanner, treasurer for maimed soldiers and
mariners, ending Easter, 1728. Ch. 718.

Sessions accounts (various). Chs. 7 1 9-7 2 lo



AYLSHAM. Letters patent of Queen Elizabeth, granting a
charter to and conferring privileges upon the town of Aylsham, parcel
of the duchy of Lancaster.

Dated at Westminster, 12 Feb., 2nd year of her reign. Rolls, i.

BECKHAM. Manor court and view of frankpledge, held at
Becham, 6 October, 37 Ed. IIL (one membrane.) Rolls, 2.

BURGrH-APTON. List of rents payable by the free and native
tenants of Berghapton for the 9th year of K. Henry VIII. {Roll of 2
membranes.) Rolls, 3.

BURNHAM OVEREY, CRABBHALL, and LATHES
MANORS. Courts of William Williams, Robert Michells, Walter
Markes, and Robert Marshe, feoffees to the use of the right honorable
the lord mayor of London, for the above manors, from 30 Sept.,
1629, to 14 Oct., 1631. (3 courts.) Rolls, 4.

ERPINGHAM (North), Hundred of. View of frankpledge of
the following manors within the hundred of North Erpingham, parcel
of the duchy of Lancaster, viz. : —

Cromer, held 9 Oct., 1634, and 14 April, 1635.

Suffield, held 16 Oct., 1634.

Gresham, held 17 Oct., 1634, and 14 April, 1635.

Thurgarton, held 20 Oct., 1634, and 10 April, 1635.

Alborowe, held 10 April, 1635.

Bassingham, held 10 April, 1635. Rolls, 5.

ERPINGHAM (South), Hundred of. View of frankpledge of the
following manors within the above hundred, parcel of the duchy of
Lancaster, viz. : —

Ingworth and Colby, held 14 Oct., 1633, and 24 Oct., 1634.

Booton, held 19 Oct., 1633, and 6 April, 1635.

Scottowe, with Swanton Abbott, Lammas, and Little Hobbys, held

21 Oct., 1633, 29 April, 1634, 16 April, 1635.
Tuttington and Banningham, held 21 Oct., 1633, 3 May, 1634, and

23 Oct., 1634.
Hevingham and Stratton, held 22 Oct., 1633, and 28 April, 1634.
Skeyton, held 22 Oct., 1633, 15 April, 1634, 25 Oct., 1634, and 16

April, 1635.
Erpingham, Albye and Tweyte, held 23 Oct., 1633, and 25 April,

1634.
Oulton, held 24 Oct., 1633.
Saxthorpe, Ermyngland and Corpustye, held 26 Oct., 1633, 30 April,

1634, and 7 April, 1635. (Roll of 4 m£mbranes.) Rolls, 6.



232 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
FILBY. Roll of 3 membranes, viz. : —

(a) Evidence concerning the bequest of land and advowson of the
church of Filby, to the bastard son of Robert de Fyleby, at the insti-
gation of Wauter de Fyleby, to the disinheritance of the right heirs
of the said Robert. Dated on the feast of St. Faith, 6 Ed. III.

(5) Memorandum of the claim and descent of a moiety of the manor
of Easthall in Rameseye, through Joan de Philby, one of the daughters
of R. de Philby.

(c) Memorandum of the sale of certain lands and tenements in Waulys-
worde near London, by Clement de Brethenam to John de Berkyng.

Eolls, 7.

LYNN. Proceedings of the court of the bishop of Norwich's
steward [Senescallus Upiscopi], held at Bishop's Lynn, from October
5th, 1 1 Ed. II, to the 9th of September, 1 2 Ed. II. Total of courts
held, 82. (9 membranes.) Eolls, 8.

Roll of pleas, payments and various memoranda concerning the
liberties of the borough of Lynn, of the 7th and 8th years of K.
Richard II. [Mutilated.'] Eolls, 9.

LYNN (Priory of). Roll, being a list of tenants and rents paid
to the priory of Lynn. {Heading gone.) Temp. Hen. VI. Eolls, 10.

NORFOLK, and SUFFOLK. The account of John Toke, feodary
of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, from Mich., 16 Hen. YII, to
Mich., 17 Hen. VIL Eolls, 11.

NORTHLAND. Rental and list of holdings. Temp. Ed. L

Eolls, 12,

NORWICH (City of). Inrolment of charters (21), being grants to
the church of St. Mary Unbrent, Norwich. {On paper.) Eolls, 13.

(a) Grant of an annual rent of 12c?. to the church of St. Mary Unbrent
in Fybryggate. {Mutilated.)

{b) "Will of Simon Seyn' of the parish of St. Mary Unbrent. Proved
1274.

(c) Cecilia, formerly wife of Simon .... with the consent of Roger
de . . . her now husband, grants to Walter de Sancta-fide, chaplain,
and his heirs, a certain chamber at the head of her house with a court
adjoining, which abuts upon the land of Simon Rusto.

(d) John, son of master Andrew de Couteshal, with the assent of Agatha
his mother, and the executors of the will of his father, grants to John
de Banningham for 40s. silver the whole of a messuage, with houses
and trees, which were formerly Bartholomew's, the rector of the
church of St. Mary Unbrent, in the same parish.

Witness — William de Chalmere, then bailiff of Norwich.

(e) Henry le Barker, of St. Mary Unbrent, and Margaret his wife,
grant to Nicholas de Kerebrok, clerk, and Beatrice daughter of the
said Henry and Margaret, their place and court with a building and



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NORFOLK,
the half of a well in the said court, lying between the land and
tenement of the rector of St. Mary's aforesaid.

Dated on the feast of St. Mark, evangelist, 32 Ed. I, in the time
of William Butt, John Thiristone, Peter de Bumstede, and John
de Morlee, then bailiffs of Norwich.

(/) Henry le Barker and Margaret his wife grant to Nicholas de
Kerbrok, clerk, all their tenements with edifices in the parishes of
St. Saviour and St. Mary Unbrent, Norwich.

Dated at Norwich the Wednesday next before the feast of the an-
nunciation of our Lady, 35 Ed. I, in the time of Alexander le
Sarteryn, William Bateman, Geoffrey Kempe and Robert de
Wilby, then bailiffs of Norwich.

(g) Richard, son of Walter, the priest of St. Saviour's, grants to William
de Donewyc' and his heirs a certain piece of ground with buildings
containing in length 26 ft. and in breadth 23 J ft., lying between the
churchyard of St. Saviour's on the north, and the land of Cecilia,
mother of the said Walter, on the south, and abuts on the land of
the said Cecilia and Simon Pirimi, for 4s. 6d., paid beforehand ;
to hold the same at an annual rent of i^d.

(h) John de Todenham and Margery his wife grant to Edmund Cosyn
and Cecilia his wife 7s. of annual rent, arising out of a messuage in
the parish of St. Saviour s in Fibrigate, between a messuage of Roger
de Boton on the south, and a messuage of William de Hethill on
the north, and abutting on the King's highway on the west, and upon
a messuage formerly Henry de Hevyngham on the east.
Dated at Norwich the Monday on the feast of St. George.

(i) William de Donewic', for the health of his soul, and Katherine
his wife, and for the souls of Milisent formerly his wife, &c., grants
to the church of St. Mary Unbrent of Fibrigate in frankalmoigne,
i2d. annual rent, which Hugh de Gresham was accustomed to pay
to him for a certain messuage situated in the parish of St. Saviour's
in Fibrigate.

(k) Hugh de Gresham grants to Ralph de Neuton, chaplain, one
messuage in the parish of St. Saviour's, Norwich, in Fibrigate,
between the churchyard of St. Saviour's on the north, and his own
land on the south, and one head abuts on the land formerly master
William de Worstede's on the east, and another on the messuage of
Peter le Parcheminer on the west, paying annually to the church of
St. Saviour's i^d.

(T) Duplicate of the above charter (k).

(m) Ralph de Neuton, chaplain, grants to Osbert his servant, and
Beatrice his wife, one messuage in Norwich, which lies in the parish
of St. Saviour's in Fibrigate (k), paying annually to the church of
St. Saviour's i ^d., and to the church of St. Mary Unbrent 1 2d.

(n) Duplicate of [m).

(0) Osbert de Rynglond and Beatrice de Neuton his wife grant to
Walter de Sancta-fide, chaplain, rector of the church of St. Mary



234 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Unbrent, Norwich, all their right and claim in one messuage in the
parish of St. Saviour. For this concession the said Walter gave 3s.

(jp) Humphrey, son of Semann, the shoemaker, quit-claims to Ralph,
the priest of St. Mary Unbrent, for half a mark, his whole right in
a messuage with its appurtenances, in the said parish o£ St. Mary
Unbrent.

(q) Randal, son of Grunnilda Gemmes, quit-claims to Ralph, rector of
the church of St. Mary Unbrent, all right in a messuage lying
between the way which leads to the said church of St. Mary's and a
messuage of the said Ralph, and abuts upon a messuage of Henry,
son of the priest, towards the west, and the churchyard of St. Mary's
on the east.

(r) Alice, daughter of Berthom, formerly rector of St. Mary Unbrent,
quit-claims to Ralph de Neuton, chaplain, and to the aforesaid
church of St. Mary, all right in the messuage described {q).

(s) Nicholas de Ingham grants to Ralph, rector of the church of St.
Mary Unbrent of Norwich, the whole of that piece of land with
appurtenances which was formerly Richard le Keniyn's, in Fybryg-
gate, between the land of William Gyssiug' on the south, and a
messuage of Philip le Burgellum on the north, paying annually to
him and his heirs one penny.

(t) Nicholas de Ingham grants to the church of St. Mary Unbrent of
Fibriggate one penny of annual rent which Ralph, rector of the said
church, was accustomed to pay him, as (s).

(u) John de Fornesett called * Le Schirmischur ' grants to William
Albon, citizen of Norwich, one plot of land in the parish of St.
Mary Unbrent, between a messuage of Reginald the tailor on the
one part and a messuage of Hugh le Stotere on the other.
Dated 31 Ed. I.

{v) William Albon of Norwich and Mabell his wife quit-claims to sir
Robert de Sempyngham, parson of the church of St. Mary Unbrent,
and his successors in the said church, all their right in one plot of
ground which is held in fee of the said church and formerly acquired
of John de Forneset called ' le Skirmeshur ' of Norwich [u).

NORWICH (City of). Roll {heading gone), contsanmg a list of
mayors and bailiffs of Norwich from 26 Hen. YI to the 2 ist K. James I,
together with the following notes (amongst many others) of remarkable
events happening at Norwich : — Eolls, 14.

1463. — The burnyng of Christ Churche, in Norwich, ye first daye of

Marche.
1479. — The great pestelense in Norwiche.
1480. — The great earthquake upon S. Thomas nyght in the moneth

of July.
1506. — In y8 yere Robt. Adams heretrke was brente : Saint Andrews

parish church built.
1507. — The greate burnyng of y^ citie of Norwyche.



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NORFOLK.

151 2. — This yere brent y^ vestry in Christ Church w* all ye orna-
ments.

1 5 19. — This yere was S. Leonarde floode.

1550. — The free schole purchased by the cittye for 100 markes.

1565. — This yere came the straungers af the lowe contries to inhabite
in this cittie.

1568. — The west end of the Guilde hale builded.

1578. — This yere came the queenes majestic to Norw^^Mn progresse
and made the mayor knyglit at hir departure.

1579. — -^ great plague wherupon died in one yeare in Norwich 4918
persons.

1583. — The water conveied to the Market Crosse.

1 59 1.' — Saint Martins bridge builded of stone.

NORWICH (Diocese of). The receipts of master Robert de
Makeleye, chaplain of the pope, for the tenths produced by ecclesiastics
in the archdeaconry of Norfolk, granted to the King, 1256. [8 mem-
branes.'] Rolls, 15.

General inquisition of "William, bishop of Norwich, made by master
Gilbert de Yarewell, corrector and commissary general of the said
bishop, in the parish church of Holt, 9 Kl. Nov., 1331. [2 membranes.]

Rolls, 16.

General inquisition of "William, bishop of Norwich, made by master
Gilbert de Yarewell, corrector and commissary general of the said
bishop, in the church of Aylesham, 11 Kl. Nov., 1331. [3 membranes^

Rolls, 17.

General inquisition of William, bishop of Norwich, made by master
Gilbert de Yarewell, corrector and commissary general of the said
bishop, in the church of St. Peter of Paimuntergate, Norwich, 4 Kl.
Oct., 1333. [2 membranes]. Rolls, 18.

Accounts of the bailiffs for the manors of Lynn Bishops, Rollesby,
Blofield, Beyghton, and Thorp, from Mich. 16 Hen. VII to Mich. 17
Hen. VII. [5 membranes.] Rolls, 19.

{a) Account of Thomas Richers, bailiff, &c. of the manor of Beyghton.

(6) Account of Thomas Gilbert, bailiff of the manor of Blofield.

(c) Account of Robert Plaudon, collector for the manor of Lynn
Bishops.

{d) Account of John Ufford, farmer, of the manor of Rollesby.

(e) Account of John Shepyn, bailiff of the manor of Thorp, with its
members.

NORWICH (Priory of the Holy Trinity), EATON MANOR.

Account of Adam de Baldreswelle, servant, and Ralph, son of Edward,
bedell, from Michaelmas, nth year of prior "William de Kirkeby, i, e.
1283-4. [i membrane.] Rolls, 20.



236 CALENDAK OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.
Account of Richer de Baldeswell, servant, and John le Palmer,
provost, from Mich, to Mich, ist H. de Lake, prior of Norwich, i. e.
1289-90. [i membrane^^ Rolls, 21.

Account of Peter de Broke, servant of the sacrist of the church of
Norwich, for the said manor, 15th year of H. Prior, i.e. 1304-5.
[i membrane^ Molls, 22.

Account of William le Clerck, provost of Etone, for the 21st year of



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