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Henry, prior of Norwich, i.e. 13 10. [2 membranes^ Rolls, 23.

Account of Ralph de Mendisham, for the 5th year of prior R., i. e.
prior Robert de Langele, 131 3-14. \i membrane.^ Rolls, 24.

Account of the said Ralph for the 6th year of prior R., i. e. prior
Robert de Langele, a^ 13 14-15. [i membrane^] Rolls, 25.

Account of William Dune, nth year of R. de Langel', prior of
Ators Norwich, i.e. 1320-1. [2 membranes^^ Rolls, 26.

Taxation made at Eton near Norwich by Nicholas le Clerck and
William atte Churche, sub-taxators of the i5ths payable, 6 Ed. III.
[i memhrane^ Rolls, 27.

Account of John de Elyngham, from Michaelmas, 1349 to Mich.
1 350- [i membrane.^ Rolls, 28.

Account of John Donne from Mich. 32 Ed. Ill to the same feast
33 Ed. III. [^ membranes.^ Rolls, 29.

Account of the said John from Michaelmas, 35 Ed. Ill to Mich., 36
Ed. Ill, and 5th year of Nicholas le Hoo, prior of Norwich. [3
meTThbranes^ Rolls, 30.

Account of the said John from Michaelmas, 41 Ed. Ill to Mich. 41
(sic) Ed. Ill, and loth year of Nicholas de Hoo, prior, Norwich,
1367-8. [^ membranes^ Rolls, ^i.

Account of the said John from Mich. 43 Ed. Ill to the same feast
44 Ed. Ill, and 13th year of Nicholas de Hoo, prior. [2 membranes.]

Rolls, 32.

Account of the said John from Mich. 47 Ed. Ill to Mich. 48 Ed.
III. [3 membranes.] Rolls, 33.

Account of from Mich., 8 Rich. II to Mich., 9 Rich. 11.

[Partly illegible]. Rolls, 35.

Account of William Dowe from Mich., 18 Rich IT to Mich., 19
Rich. n. [Illegible.] Rolls, 36.

Account of the said William from Mich., 19 Rich. II to Mich., 20
Rich. II. [i membrane.] Rolls, 37.

Account of the said William from Mich., i Hen. IV to Mich., 2
Hen. IV. [i membrane.] Rolls, 38.

Account of the said William from Mich., .... Hen. IV to Mich.,
. . . . Hen. IV. [i membrane.] Rolls, 39.

Account of John Wodcroft, bailiff, from Mich., 2 Hen. IV to Mich.,
3 Hen. IV, [i membrane.] Rolls, 40.



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NORFOLK.
Account of William Dowe, bailiff, from Mich., 6 Hen. IV to Mich., 7
Hen. IV. [2 membranes J] Rolls, 41.

Account of the said William from Mich., 7 Hen. IV, to Mich.,
8 Hen. IV. (2 membranes) Rolls, 42.

Account of the said William from Mich., 10 Hen. IV, to the same
feast, II Hen. IV. (2 membranes.) Rolls, 43.

Account of Robert Pope, bailiff, from Michaelmas, i Hen. VI, to
Mich., 2 Hen. VI. (i membrane) Rolls, 45.

Accounts of William Dowe, bailiff, from Mich., 1 1 Hen. IV, to the
same feast, 13 Hen. IV. (2 membranes?) Rolls, 44.

EATON and MARTHAM. Account of John Tramme, collector
for Eton manor, from Mich., 1 1 Hen. VIII, to Mich., 1 2 Hen. VIII.

Account of Thomas Randolf, deputy of William Willyams for
Martham manor, from Mich., 11 Hen. VIII, to Mich., 12 Hen. VIII.
{Signed by Robert, the last prior of Norwich) Rolls, 46.

HEMESBY Manor. Account of William de Holnestun, . . . . ,
John Waly, collector, Robert Aleyn, provost, and Ralph Bernald,
bedell, for the manor of Hemesby, 6th year of William de Kirkeby,
prior, i.e. 1278-9. (i membrane.) Rolls, 47.

NORWICH Priory. Account of Robert de Clyngham of the refec-
tory for the 1 4th year of prior William de Claxton, i. e. 1 340. Rolls, 48.

Account of Richard de Hemstede of the office of the refectory from
Michaelmas to Michaelmas, i8th year of prior Nicholas, i.e. 1375.

Rolls, 49.

Account of Geoffrey Frekenham of the refectory from Michaelmas
to the same feast, 10 Hen. VI, and the fourth year of prior William
Wustede. Rolls, 50.

Account of Thomas Bowre of the office of the refectory from
Michaelmas, 1491, and 7 Hen. VII, to the same feast, 8 Hen. VII, and
the 4th year of William Spyick, prior. Rolls, 5 1 .

Account of the same Thomas from Michaelmas, 1494, to the same
feast, 1495, and the nth year of prior William Spyick. Rolls, 52.

Account of Robert Motforth of the office of refectory from Michael-
mas, 1507, 22 Hen. VII, to the same feast, 23 Hen. VII, and the 3rd
year of prior Robert. Rolls, 53.

Account of R. de Elye of the goods of the precentor, 1 5th of prior
R., i.e. 1324-5. Rolls, 55.

Account of John Hempstede, cellarer of the priory of Norwich, from
Michaelmas, 1491, to Michaelmas, 1492. (3 membranes) Rolls, 54.

PLUMSTEAD, WITTON, and MELCHAM. Roll of 6
membranes.

1. Receipts of rents, &c. at Wytton Ledhames, 8 Hen. VII. {Paper)

2. Rents from Great and Little Plumstead. {Temp. Hen. III.)

3. Holders of laud in Plumstead. (Temp, Ed. I.)



238 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.

4. Tenants of the fee of Melcham in Great and Little Plumstead.

{A copy of no. 5. Temjp. Ed. II.)

5. Tenants of the fee of Melcham in Great and Little Plumstead.

6. Tenants of the lands of the fee. (Temp. Hen. IIL) Rolls, 62.

PLUMSTEAD, WITTON, RANWORTH, KIRKEBY, &c.

Account of Robert Benselyn, bailiff of Little Plumstead, Kirkeby,
Saamez, South Walsham, Witton, Randeworth, Paunxford, and
Brundale, from Michaelmas, 17 Hen. VIII, to the same feast, i8
Hen. VIII. Rolls, 56.

PLUMSTEAD and WITTON. Account of John Cooke, bailiff
of the manors of Little Plumstead and Whitton, from Michaelmas,
7 Q. Eliz., to the 8th. Rolls, 57.

PLUMSTEAD (Little). A schedule or inventory of all such
gould and Jewells as belongeth to the honorable dame Margaret
Hobart of Little Plumstead, co. Norfolk, done in the year 1669,
which she disposed of according to her last will. Rolls, 58.

RANWORTH. Roll {paper), being a survey of the lands of the
priory of Beeston and the duke of Norfolk, with the names of
the tenants of Rand' (Randworth), commencing at Snareflet' and ex-
tending to as far as Wolpes Rendell in length. [Tem]). Hen. VII.)

Rolls, 61.

ROTHYNG HALL and CATTSHALL. Rent-roll made in
March, 16 16. Rolls, 59.

ROUGHTON. A roll containing interrogatories to be ad-
ministered to witnesses on the part of sir George Windham, kt., and
dame Anne his wife, defendants in a suit brought by Thomas Rigg,
esq., concerning Roughton Heath. {Temp. Chas. 11.) Ch. 59*.

A roll containing interrogatories to be administered to witnesses on
the part of Thomas Rugg, esq., complainant, against sir George
Windliam, kt., and his wife, defendants, concerning Roughton Heath.

Ch. 60.

THORNAGE. Roll of 4 membranes : —

1. Manor Court Roll held the Sunday after the feast of St. Andrew,

21 Ed. IIL

Do. the Tuesday after feast of Pope Gregory, 22 Ed. III.

2. Do. the Wednesday after feast 22 Ed. III.

3. Court Roll for the Wednesday before the feast of St. Mary, 22

Ed. IIL

4. Court Roll for the Sunday after the feast of St. Matthew, apostle,

22 Ed. III. [The manor of Thornage belonged to the see of
Norwich.]

TILNEY. Roll {paper), being a copy of a rentall of Tylney. {Temp.
Hen. V.) Rolls, 63.

WALCOT. A "drag booke made and compared by the oulde
particular of the landes titheable belonging to the rectorie of Wal-



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NORFOLK,
cote by Robert Miller, sometimes porter of the pallace of the bp.
of Norwiche and tenant of that Rectorye." [2 membranes.'] EoUs, 64.

WALTON (West). The account of Alexander Neuman, provost,
and others, for 1 1 weeks and 4 days, of the receipts and payments for
the manor of "Walton, belonging to the bpk. of Ely. The see being
vacant namely from the Monday next before the feast of St. John Baptist,
19 Ed. III. Bolls, 6^.

WALSHAM (South) and ROTHYISTG. The account of Thomas
Mollyng, bailiff, of South Walsham and Routhynghalle, from Michael-
mas, 31 Hen. VI, to 32 Hen. VI. Eolls, 66.

Manor court rolls, dated from the Thursday after the feast of St.
Martin the bi&hop, 8 Hen. VIII, to the Sunday after the feast of Saint
Faith, 4 and 5 Philip and Mary. [25 membranes.] Rolls, 67.

Manor court roll, dated the Thursday next after ..... 4 and 5
Philip and Mary. Bolls, 68.

Court roll for the manors of South "Walsham and Routhyng, held
the Friday next after the feast of All Saints, i Ed. VI. JRoUs, 69.

Extent of the manor of Sir John Hevyngham taken at the feast of
St. John Baptist, 6 Hen. VII. Bolls, 70.



ABBEY OF ST. BENNET OF HULME.

ACLE. Indenture made 26 July, 13 Hen. YII, by which Robert,
the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, demise to Walter Hawe
of Bursted, certain marshes which the abbot and convent hold for
a certain term of years of the abbot of Tynterne, belonging to their
manor of Acle. Ch. 646.

CROUCHESTOKE. Daniel, the abbot, and chapter of the church
of St. Bennet of Holm, granted to Rotbert Picot in fee and heir-
ship the whole land which the said church has in Grenesville for 60
measures of wheat annually ; the said Rotbert by consent granted the
same land to Beatrice his wife in dower to her and her heirs at the
same rent, in the presence of the whole chapter, who by this charter
confirm the same. [Daniel, abbot, 11 40-1 153.] C%. 607.

Robert, the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, assign an
annual payment of 205. to the prior and convent of Norwich for the
settlement of disputes between them, relating to the tithes of the lord-
ships of Richard de la Rokele and Robert de Curt, knights, in Cruche-
stoke. Dated 1239. [Seal broken.] Ch. 620.

FELMINGHAM. Institution of Thomas, the clerk of Mideltun,
by John, bp. of Norwich, to the church of Felmingham, on the presen-
tation and petition of Thomas, the abbot of Hulme, patron of the said
church. [Thomas, abbot, 1168-1186.] Ch. 613.

FILBY. Hugh de Cressy, with the assent of Isabella de Cressy



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NORFOLK.
his mother, grants to William, son of William Sparham and Ranulfia
his wife, the whole of his land of his manor of Filby, with appmi-tenances,
paying annually to the abbot of St. Bennet of Hulme los. 8d.y and
scutage to the King so much as pertains to the third part of one
knight's fee. (c. 1270-80,) (7A. 636.

PORDHAM. Depositions of thirteen men of Fordham concerning
the right of the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme to the tithe
of certain land in Fordham, in a cause between the said abbot and
convent and sir N. de Brente. (c. 1200-10.) Ch. 619.

Will of Robert, son of Alan de Fordham, containing bequests to the
abbey of St. Bennet of Hulme. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 614.

HULME. A list of lands belonging to the abbey which had been
alienated, from the time of abbot Richer to abbot Daniel who died in
1153- Ch. 608.

Convention made between Richard de Bacton and Reginald, abbot,
and the convent of St. Bennet of Hulme. [Reginald, abbot, 1213-
1229.] [Partly illegible.'] Ch. 617.

Letter of John de Norwich to master J. de Wallcote, rector of a
moiety of the church of Fixele, acknowledging the receipt of episcopal
and papal mandates for a provision for Thomas de Ristun, a poor
clerk of Norwich diocese, in some cure of the patronage of the abbot
and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme.

Dated at Norwich the Saturday next before the synod of Easter.

(1277.) Ch. 625.

The account of Richard Gerston, refectorarius of the abbey of

Hulme, 29 Hen. VL Ch. 645.

LUDHAM. Thomas, the abbot, and the convent of the monastery
of St. Bennet of Hulme grant to Adam, son of Ansgot (^), and his

heirs, their land which they have beyond Ladam namely

near to that land which they gave to Ralph, their cook, at an annual
rent of 2s. [Thomas, abbot, 1168-1186.] Ch. 610.

MELTON (Little). Anselm, the abbot, with the counsel of the
brethren of the church of St. Bennet of Holm, grants to Ralph, son of
Godric, the land of lesser Medeltune, which his father Godric, the
steward, with Ingreda his wife, gave to St. Bennet, to hold the same
so long as he lives for los. per ann. ; and after his death the right
heirs of Ralph shall give 40s. for the same ; and if he has no heir
the same land shall remain quit and free to God and St. Bennet, and
the brethren of Holm. [Anselm, abbot, 11 33-1 140). Ch. 604

NEATISHEAD. John, bp of Norwich, confirms to Ralph de
Netteshird, chaplain, the perpetual vicarage of the church of Netes-
hird, with the assent of the abbot and monks of Hulme, the
patrons.

Dated at Norwich 3 July, 4th year of his episcopate. (1204.)

Ch. 615.

Philip de Ferento, proctor of sir Landulf, cousin of Pope Alex-
ander IV, and canon of Ferentum, renounces in the name of his Lord



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NORFOLK.
io the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, all right to the
church of Neteshirde to which he had been nominated by the Pope ;
in consideration of a pension of 28 marks.

Dated at Norwich on the morrow of All Souls' day, 1256. Ch. 622.

NORWICH. Hugh, the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of
Hulme, grant to William de Hastingis and his heirs, their land which
is near Fifbrege, to hold of the said church at a rent of 25. annually to
the cellarer in Whitsun week. [Hugh, abbot, 1140-1153.] Ch. 606,

Ralph, the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, grant to
Lambert, the clerk, their church of St. Michael of Cunesford, with the
chapel of St. Olave in Norwich, paying an annual pension of iS) of
incense at the feast of St. Bennet in estate. [Ralph, abbot, 1 186-1 2 10.]

Ch. 611.

Clement le Moine of Brunham is bound to the abbot and convent of
St. Bennet of Hulme for the payment of 45. annual rent for the land
which was William le Gaunter's in Norwich at Svvinemarket, lying
between the land of Matthew .... and the land of Gunilda the
widow, (c. 1220.) Ch. 618.

NORTON SOUPECORS. Inquisition taken at Norwich the
Thursday next after the feast of the Exaltation of the Cross, 20 Ed. II,
before Edward de Hemgrave and John le Claver, assigned by the King's
writ to inquire concerning the manor of Norton Soupecors, which was
sir Thomas Rocelyn's, upon certain articles mentioned in the same writ.

Ch. 640.

PANKESFORD. Roger de Valeynes grants to the church of St.
Bennet of Hulme 100 acres of underwood and marsh in Pankesford.
(c. 1160-70.) Ch. 612.

POTTER- HEIGH AM. Rodbert de Valeines, with the consent
of his mother, wife, heirs, and brothers, gives and quit-claims to the
church of St. Bennet of Hulme, the whole of the claim they have in
Hasardes Holm. (c. 1150-60.) (7A. 605.

REDHAM. Sir Bartholomew de Redham, kt., grants to Nicholas,
the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, the homage of John de
Ingham, and all the services of the manor of Redham, which he holds
of the said Bartholomew, of the fee of the said abbot and convent.

Dated at St. Bennet's on the morrow of St. Thomas, apostle, 1 1
IS^d. I. Ch. 635.

SCOTHOWE. Ordination of the vicarage of Scothowe, Norwich
diocese, by William, bp, of Norwich, which church had been appro-
priated to the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme.

Dated at Thornegg', 12 August, 1350. Ch. 641.

SHOTESHAM, Indenture between the abbot and convent of
Hulme of one part and sir John Whyte, kt., of the other part, con-
cerning certain rights of fishing.

Dated at Norwich the Wednesday after the feast of St. John the
Baptist, 15 Rich. II. Ch. 642.

Quit-claim from William, the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of



242 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.

Hu1me to sir John White, kt., of all actions, &c., to the date of these
presents.

Dated at the monastery of St. Rennet of Hulme the Sunday next
after the feast of the Exaltation of the Cross, i6 Rich. 11.
[With seal] Ch. 643.

Indenture made 17 Eeb., 27 Hen. VI, by which John, the abbot,
and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, demise to Robert Mengy of
Norwich and others, all their demesne lands in the village of Shotesham,
with services, tithes, and a rent of 6s. Sd. for a mill, for 10 years;
paying annually .£10 135. 4c?. for the same. Ch. 644.

Indenture made 20 March, 19 Hen. VIII, by which John Salcote,
the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, demise to farm, to
Edward White, esq., the whole of their manor of Shotesham for 80
years; paying annually for the same £10. Ch, 647.

SWANTOK and WALSHAM. Ralph, son of William de
Skegeton, remits and quit-claims to Reginald, the abbot, and church of
St. Bennet of Hulme, all his right in the villages of Swanton and
Walesham. [Reginald, abbot, 12 13-12 29.] Ch. 616.

SWANTON. Decree of Nicholas, the abbot of St. Bennet of
Hulme, and John, rector of Walkote, in settlement of the differences
between Thomas, rector of Swaneton of the one part, and certain of
the parishioners of the other, concerning the claim to a mortuary.

Dated at Norwich the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Michael, 1286. Ch. 637.

THWEYT. Proceedings in the great church of Norwich, com-
menced the Thursday next after the feast of St , 1274, before

J. de Nortun, oflBcial of the bp. of Norwich, between the abbot and
convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, complainants, and Hervy de Surling-
ham, rector of the church of Huggethale, defendant. The abbot and
convent claim to have been possessed of two parts of the tithes of the
lordships of sir Bartholomew de Sumerton, sir Robert de Castre,
.and Andrew de Brampton in the village of Qweyt, which the said
Hervey had by force prevented them from taking, in the autumn.

Chs. 626-634.

WALSHAM (North). Return to an inquisition ordered by the
bishop of Norwich, concerning a vacancy in the church of North
Walsham, to which Robert de Ormesby had been presented, by the
testimony of John, rector of Slaleye, Geoffrey, rector of Beston, John de
Horningg' and others, who say, that the church of North Walsham was
vacant from the feast of the Purification B.Y.M. by the death of
master Henry Sampson, the last rector, that the abbot and convent of
St, Bennet of Hulme are the patrons, and that the priest presented is
of good life and conversation and beneficed in the church of Castre.
Dated at Suth', 6 Kl. Jul., 1299. Ch. 638.

WALSHAM (South). Ralph de Crichetot, Isabella his wife, and
Hubert his heir, for the remission of their sins, grant to the church of
St. Bennet of Hulme in frankalmoignc, the church of South Walsham



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NORFOLK,
with its appurtenances, lOO acres of land of Pancliesford with the
turbary pertaining to the same land, and whatever they have at Sunder-
lond in order that monks of the said monastery may be placed in that
church ; and Hugh the abbot, and monks of St. Bennet grant to the
monks in the said church of South Walsham, six pounds of the land
of Nicholas, the clerk, and the church and land of Geoffrey, the clerk,
>vhich they have in the same village. [Hugh, abbot, ii 40-1 153.]

Ch. 609.

WAXHAM. Act of Court made on the vigil of St. Peter in
cathed. in a cause between the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of
Hulme on the one part, and Philip, rector of the church of Waxtones-
hara on the other part, concerning the third part of the tithes of the
corn of the lordship which was Roger Messham's and Ernald his father's
in AYaxtonesham. Ch. 623.

Proceedings in the tithe cause between the abbot and convent of St.
Bennet of Hulme and Philip, rector of Waxtonesham. Ch. 624.

WICHINGHAM. Convention made between Sampson, the
abbot, and the convent of St. Bennet of Hulme on the one part, and
AYilliam, the prior, and the convent of St. Mary of Walsingham of
the other part, by which the said William and his successors are bound
to pay I OS. annually, and to do homage to the said Sampson and his
successors for the tenement of William, son of Geoffrey de Turteville,
in the village of Wichingeham.

Dated at Norwich on the morrow of St. Edward the martyr, 19
Hen. m. Ch.621.

WOODBASTWICK. Adam, the prior, and the convent of the
church of St. Bennet, grant to Hugh, son of Hilebert de Wroxham,
in fee and heirship, the whole of that land in Bastwic which their
abbot William and themselves bought of Hugh Rod., viz., the same
land which was Reginahl's his father; paying ^d. per annum at the
feast of St. Bennet for all service and custom. [William, abbot, t 153-
II 68.] OA. 603.

WORTHESTEAD. Nicholas, son of Philip of Worthested,
quit-claims to sir Henry, the abbot of St. Bennet of Hulme, and his
successors his tenement and all his services, which he has in the
village of Worthested.

Dated after Epiphany .... Ed. II. Ch. 639.

YARMOUTH. Adam, the prior, and the convent of the church
of St. Bennet of Hulme, grant and confirm to William Salvage,
their land of Gernemuth, in length and in breadth, to him and his
heirs, to hold the same by heirship for ever ; namely that land which
Wido, the nephew of Aky, the prior, held in the time of King Henry I,
in the same village, paying annually 55. rent at the feast of St. Martin
for all services, and finding on the same land a proper hospice for the
brethren returning there at their own cost. (c. 1155-60.) Ch. 602.

HULME (Abbey of St. Bennet of).
I. The expenses of sir William de Berford, cellarer of the abbey, for
the 9th year of William Methewold, the abbot, [i. e. 1373.]

H 2



244 CALENDAR OF CHARTEKS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORFOLK.

2. The stipends of the servants of the convent.

3. The expenses of the church for the same year. RoUs^ 7 r.

Roll {jyaper) being the account of Robert Colchester, cellarer of the
abbey, from Michaelmas, 2nd of Hen. YIII to the same feast, 3rd
Hen. VIIL Rolls, 72.

Account of William Homyng, cellarer of the abbey for the year
ending Michaelmas, 9 Hen. VIII, and the first year of abbot John
Salcote. [4 membranes J] Rolls, 73,

Account of William Westgate, chamberlain of the abbey, from
Michaelmas, 3 Ed. IV to the same feast 4th of Edward IV, and the
6th year of abbot John Kevyng. Rolls, 74.

Account of John Jekker^ chamberlain of the abbey, from Michaelmas,
14 Hen. VII to the same feast 15 Hen. VII. RoUs, 75.

Account of John Takylston, prior of Hulme and holder of the office
of pietancier, from Michaelmas, 3 Hen. YIII to the same feast 4 Hen.
VIII. [2 membranes.^ Rolls, 76.

Account of sir Thomas Westeaker, precentor of the abbey, from
Michaelmas, 20 Hen. VIII to the same feast 21 Hen. VIII. [i mem-
hrane.] Rolls, 'j'j.

Account of William de Rysyngge, sacrist of the abbey, from Michael-
mas, the 14th year of abbot William to the same feast of the 15 year,
viz. (1378-9.) [2 membranes.] Rolls, ^^,

Account of William Becclys, sacrist of the abbey of Hulme, from
Michaelmas, 8 Hen. VTII to the same feast 9 Hen. VIII. [2 mem-
h-anes.] Rolls, 79.

Account of sir Richard Norwich, sacrist of the abbey, from
Michaelmas, 27 Hen. VIII to the feast of the Nativ. St. John Bapt.
in the same year. [2 membranes.'] Rolls, 80.

Eighteen letters (inrolled) concerning the affairs of the monastery of
St. Bennet of Hulme. On the reverse is a Latin glossary, A to F, for
use of the abbey. [Wi^tten circa 1160-70.] Rolls, 81.

Inrolment of charters and documents concerning the churches ap-
propriated to the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, together
with papal and episcopal confirmations of tithes, pensions, &c. [ Written
temp. Ed. 1.] [14 membranes.] Rolls, 82.

(a) Confirmation of the appropriation of the church of Ludham to the
abbot and convent by Pandulf, bp. elect of Norwich and chamberlain
of the pope.

Dated at London, 6 Id. February, 4th year of Pope Honorius
III.

(6) Recital and confirmation of the grant of Pandulf, bp. elect of
Norwich, of the appropriation of the church of Ludham to the
abbot and convent, by William, the prior, and convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich.

Dated at Norwich, 4th year of Pope Honorius III.



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NORFOLK.

(c) Confirmation of the appropriation of the church of Ludham by-
John, styled 2nd bp. of Norwich.

Dated at Norwich in the synod of St. Michael by the hands of
master Robert de Welloper, 2nd year of his pontificate.

(d) Confirmation by John, styled first bp. of Norwich, of the appro-
priation of the church of Ludham. [Undated.]

(e) Appropriation by Pope Urban IV of three parts of the church
of Felmyngham to the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme.

Dated at Mount Flaston, 10 Kl. October, 2nd year of his
pontificate.

(/) Confirmation by Roger, bp. of Norwich, of the appropriation ot
the three parts of the church of Felmyngham.

Dated at Hoxne, 5 Kl. Nov., 1267, and 2nd year of his pon-
tificate.

{g) Confirmation of the appropriation of the church of Hornyngg by
Simon, bp. elect of Norwich, to the uses of the abbot and convent
of St. Bennet of Hulme.

Dated at Thoi^p, on the day of St. Andrew the apostle, 1257.

(/i) Recital and confirmation of the deed of Simon, bp. elect of
Norwich, for the appropriation of the church of Hornyngg, to the
uses of the abbot and convent by William, the prior, and convent of
the Holy Trinity, Norwich,

Dated in their chapter house the day and year above written [g).

(t) Appropriation of the same church of Hornyngg, by "William, bp.
of Norwich, temp. Daniel, abbot of Hulme.

(k) Appropriation of the same church of Horning by Walter, bp. of



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