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Norwich. Dated at Thorp, Kl. October, 1248.

(Z) Confirmation of the appropriation of the church of Hornyngg
by Simon, the prior, and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich.

(m) Confirmation of the appropriation of the church of Hornyng by
Boniface, archbishop of Canterbury.

Dated at Andyngton, 3 Kl. Aug., 1257,

(n) Appropriation of the churches of Neteshirde, Irstede, and Ba&twik,
by William, bp. of Norwich, at the request of William the abbot, to
the abbey of St. Bennet of Hulme. [Undated.]

(0) Confirmation by William, bp. of Norwich (successor of William in
n), of the appropriation of the churches of Neteshirde, Irstede, and
Bastwik. [Undated.]

(p) Confirmation of the appropriation of the same churches by Simon,
the prior, and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich.. [Undated.]

(q) Appropriation of the churches of Hoveton and Asmanhage by
William, bp. of Norwich, to the uses of the abbey and convent of
St. Bennet of Hulme. [Undated.]

(r) Confirmation by Roger, the prior, and the convent of the Holy



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Trinity, Norwich, of the appropriation of the churches of Hoveton
and Asmanghage.

Dated at Norwich the Wednesday next after the feast of the
Nativity B.V.M., 1258.
(s) Confirmation of the appropriation of the above churches by John,
bp. of Norwich.

Dated at Thorp by the hands of David de Ruddeby, 14 Kl. October,
6th year of his pontificate.
(t) Confirmation of the appropriation of the churches of Neteshirde,
Irstede, and Bastwik, by Theobald, archbishop of Canterbury.
[Undated.^
{u) Confirmation of the appropriation of the churches of Neteshirde,
Irstede, and Bastwic, by Pope Alexander IV.

Dated at Lateran, 2 Kl. March, 3rd year of his pontificate (1257).
(v) John, bp. of Norwich, grants to the abbot and monks of St. Bennet
of Hulme the following pensions ; viz. from the church of Neteshird
one mark, church of Irstede one mark, church of Antingham 20s.,
church of Ludham half a mark, church of Hecbam ^od., church of
Nort Walsham 205., church of St. Laurence, Suth Walsham, 85.,
church of Felmingham 5s., church of Belage I2d., church of Askeby
one mark, church of Scothowe one mark, church of Bastwik one
mark, churches of Hoveton and Asshemanhawe one mark, church of
St. Peter, Cummingesford, lib. incense, church of Stalham iTb. incense,
church of St. Michael's, Norwich, near the church of St. Christopher,
1 2d. [U^idated.^
{w) Confirmation by William, the prior, and convent of the Holy
Trinity, Norwich, of the ratification by Thomas, bp. of Norwich,
of the possession of all tithes of the manors of the abbey of St.
Bennet of Hulme.

Dated at Norwich on the day of the Epiphany, 8th pontifical
year of the said bp.
(x) Another confirmation by Roger, the prior, and convent of
Norwich.

Dated at Norwich the Wednesday next after the feast of the
Nativity of B.V.M., 1258.

(2/) Charter of confirmation of the tithes of the manors of the abbot
and convent gi-anted by Thomas, bp. of Norwich (see w).

Dated at Norwich on the day of the Epiphany, 8th year of his
pontificate.

(z) Hugh, son of Eudo, grants to the church of St. Bennet of Hulme
that gift which Ernald and Roger his son, for their redemption,
annually gave to the said church, viz. the third part of their tithes
of Ingham, and the third part of Waxtonesham, and two parts of
Wrthestede, and two parts of Brunstede, and half a part of Horseye.

(aa) Confirmation by William, bp. of Norwich, of the gift of Ernald
and Roger of the tithes, to the church and brethren of St. Bennet of
Hulme, as described (z).

(Jbb) Inspeximus and confirmation by William, bp. of Norwich, of the
charter of Amald de Ingham and Beatrice his wife and Roger his



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son granting to the church and brethren of St. Bennet of Huhne in
frankalmoigne the third part of all their tithes of Ingham, and the
third part of Waxtonesham, and two parts of Wrthestede, and two
parts of Brunstede^ and half a part of Horseye, which his father
Edric gave to the said abbey.

Dated at Laneham, 15 Kl. Oct., 1283, and the 6th year of his
consecration.

(cc) Ordination of William, bp. of Norwich (to whom the cause had
been referred), concerning the third part of the tithes of corn of the
lordships of sir Oliver de Ingham, viz. from the land called
^Bordlond' within the limits of the parish of AVaxtonesham claimed
by Thomas de Skerningg, rector of Great Waxtonesham, against the
abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme.

Dated at Bukenham, Kl. May, 1283, and 5th year of his
consecration.

(dd) Robert, the master of the order of Semplingham, Thomas, the prior,
and convent of the house of Semplingham, have received to perpetual
farm of the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, all the
tithes both great and small which they have in the parish of
St. Mary, Fordbam, at an annual rent of 205.

Dated at St. Bennet of Hulme, 1242, on the morrow of Palm
Sunday.

{ee) Decree of John de Fereby, official of the bishop of Norwich, in
a cause promoted by Nicholas, the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet
of Hulme, patrons of the church of St. Margaret, Antingham, against
sir Thomas, rector of the said church, for subtraction of a pension
in lieu of tithes for five years past ; decided in favour of the abbot
and convent.

Dated at Norwich the Monday next after the feast of the
Ascension, 1291.

{ff) Notarial instrument by which William, rector of the church of
Haskeby, renounces before John de Rees, commissary of the arch-
bishop of Canterbury, at the time of his visitation, all right to the
tithes of Haskeby which belong to the abbot and convent of St.
Bennet of Hulme.

Dated 1303, 5 Id. March, and witnessed by Alan de Dersingham,
notary public.

(gg) John, bp. of Norwich, at the petition of the earl Roger Bigot,
grants that the convent of St. Bennet of Hulme may receive each
year from the church of St. Laurence of Suth Walleshara by the
hands of the parson of the same an annual pension of 8s. [Undated.^

(Jih) Testimony of Thomas, bp. of Norwich, that two parts of the tithe
of corn of Swaneton belong to the abbot and convent of St. Bennet
of Hulme.

{it) Composition between the prior and convent of Norwich and the
abbot and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, concerning two parts of
the tithes of the lordships of sir Richard de la Rokele, sir Robert
de Corton, kts., and their villagers holding of the fee of the said
abbot and convent in the village of CrUchestok, also concerning two



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parts of all the lesser tithes of the court of the said Richard de la
Rokele, and of two parts of the tithes of flax and hemp, arising from
the fee of the said abbot and convent.

Dated 1239, ist year of WiUiam, bp. of Norwich.

{kk) Eborard, bp. of Norwich, confirms the gift of Richard Vetule
that he made to the light of the church of St. Bennet of Hulme,
namely two parts of the tithe of corn of his lordship at Hanigge.

ill) Confirmation by Pope Gregory of all the lands, possessions, tithes,
woods, and goods, of the abbot and convent.

Dated 6 Non. July, 9th year of his pontificate (1236).

(mm) Bull of Pope Gregory concerning two parts of the tithe of corn.
Dated 8 Kl. August, 5 year of his pontificate (1232).

{nn) Bull of Pope Innocent concerning tithes and lands of the ^ abbot
and convent.

Dated at Lugdun, 5 Id. May, 6th year of his pontificate (1249).

(06) Theobald, archbp. of Canterbury, confirms to Hugh, the abbot,
and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, the gift of King Stephen to
that abbey.

{jpp) John, archbp. of Canterbury, confirms to the abbot and convent
the churches of Ludham, Netheshirde, Homingg, Bastwyk, Hoveton
St. Peter, Hoveton St. John, Assemenhawe, and three parts of the
church of Felmingham.

Dated at Frekenham, Kl. April, 1281, and 3rd year of his
consecration.

{qq) Bull of Pope Alexander concerning tithes, manors, and all other
things belonging to the abbey.

Dated at Lateran, 2 Kl. March, 3rd year of his pontificate (1257).

(rr) Bull of Pope Lucius addressed to Thomas, the abbot, and
brethren of St. Bennet of Hulme, concerning their privileges and
possessions. Dated, &c.

(ss) Bull of Pope Innocent addressed to the abbot and convent con-
cerning their privileges and possessions.

Dated at Lugdun, 12 Kl. June, 1248, and 6th year of his
pontificate.

(«) Confirmation by William, bp. of Norwich, of the composition

between Robert, the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme,

and Isabella, daughter of Robert de Castre, concerning two parts of

the tithes of corn from the lordship of the said Isabella in Castre.

Dated at Hoxne, Nones of September, and 4th year of his

episcopate.

{uu) Convention between Robert, the abbot, and convent of St.
Bennet of Hulme, and Isabella, daughter of Robert de Castre,
concerning two parts of the tithes of corn of her lordship of Castre,
viz. that the said abbot and convent remit all their right in
consideration of an annual pension of a 05. sterling.
Dated at St. Bennet of Hulme, 10 Kl. June, 1243.



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Inrolment of charters and documents concerning the tithes, &c. of

the abbey of Hulme, being duplicate copies of some of the documents

on roll 82. Rolls, 83.

{a) Bull of Pope Innocent lY addressed to the abbot and convent
concerning their privileges and possessions.

Dated at Ludunn, 12 Kl. June, 1248, and 6th year of his
pontificate.

(6) Thomas, bp. of Norwich, confirms to the abbot and monks all the
tithes of their manors which they by themselves or their farmers
have peaceably enjoyed from the time to which the memory of man
is not to the contrary.

Dated at Norwich, the day of the Epiphany, 8th year of his
episcopate.

(c) Confirmation and recital by Roger, the prior, and convent of the
church of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, of the foregoing grant (6) of
Thomas, bp. of Norwich.

{d) A second confirmation of the above tithes by Roger, the prior, and
convent of Norwich.

Dated at Norwich the Wednesday next after the feast of the
Nativity of B.V. M., 1 258.

{e) Judgment given by J. de Fereby in a suit promoted by Nicholas,
the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme, against Thomas,
rector of the church of St. Margaret, Antingham, for subtraction of
a pension of 205. payable to the said abbot and convent.

Dated in the old chapel of the bp. at Norwich the Monday next
after the feast of the Ascension, 1291.

(/) Confirmation by William, bp. of Norwich, of the composition
between Robert, the abbot, and convent of St. Bennet of Hulme,
and Isabella, daughter of Robert de Castre, concerning two parts
of the tithes of corn from the lordship of the said Isabella in
Castre.

Dated at Hoxne, Nones of September, 4th year of his episcopate.

(g) Convention between Robert, the abbot, and convent, and Isabella,
daughter of Robert de Castre, concerning two parts of the tithes
of corn of her lordship of Castre, viz. that the said abbot and convent
remit all their right in consideration of an annual pension of 20s.
sterling.

Dated at St. Bennet of Hulme, 10 Kl. June, 1243.

FLEGG (Manor of). Account of William Hekelyng, collector of
the rents of the manor of Flegge, 37 th Hen. VI to 38 Hen. VI.
(2 membranes.) Bolls y 84.

HAREHILL. Entries of causes heard at courts held at Harehill
beginning in the 9th year of N., abbot, i.e. 1284. [Nicholas, abbot of
Hulme, began 1275.] (8 membranes.) EollSf 85.



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INGHAM. Act of court held in the parish church of Burewelle the
Wednesday next after the Sunday in which is sung ' Quasimodo,' 1281,
before master A. de Freton, archdeacon of Norfolk, commissary of the
archbp. of Cant., concerning certain tithes, between Roger le Gros, rector
of the church of Ingham, promoter, by master John de Norwych, his
proctor, of the one part, and the abbot and convent of St. Bennet of
Hulme by John de Rollesby their proctor of the other part.
(4 membranes connected with this suit.) Rolls, 87.

Depositions of witnesses produced in a tithe cause between the
rector of Ingham and the abbot of St. Bennet of Hulme, an 1282(1).

Rolls, 86.

SOUTHCOTE, NORTHCOTE, POSSEWYK:, MUNTFLET,
and NOWECOTE. The account of Hugh Eston for Southcote, 2 1
and 22 Ric. II., also for Northcote the same year.

The account of J. atte Fen for Possewyk for the same.

The account of Thomas Soutere for Ivluntfleet for the same.

The account of John Eston for Nowecote for the same. Rolls, 88.

SCOTOWE. Manor court rolls for fhe years 18, 19, and 20 of

King Ric. 11. Rolls, 89.

Manor court rolls for 20 and 21 Rich. II. Rolls, 90.

Manor court rolls, 21 and 22 Rich. 11. Rolls, 91.

STALHAM-HALL. Account of John Castre, from Michaelmas,
20 Hen. VI, to the same feast, 21 Hen. VI. Rolls, 92.

Account of "Walter Aslak, bailiff, from Michaelmas, 9 Ed. IV, to the
game feast, lo Ed. IV. (i membrane.) Rolls, 93.

Account of "Walter Aslak, bailiff, from Michaelmas, 1 2 Ed. IV, to the
same feast, 13 Ed. IV. (i membrane.) Rolls, 94.

Account of "Walter Aslak, bailiff, from Michaelmas, 14 Ed. IV,
to the same feast, 15 Ed. IV. (i membrane.) Rolls, 95.

Account of "Walter Aslak, bailiff, from Michaelmas, 15 Ed. IV, unto
the same feast, 16 Ed. IV. (i membrane.) Rolls, 96.

WAXHAM. Depositions of witnesses on the part of the abbot
and convent of Hulme, examined at Horning, in answer to articles
exhibited by master John de Wyctle . . .' de, rector of the church of
Waxtonesham, taken the Thursday Siiter ' Quasimodo' Sunday, 1303.
(2 Ttiemhranes) Rolls, 97.

WAXHAM, HORSEY, PASTON, CRUCHSTOKE, ING-
HAM, BRUNSTEAD, and STALHAM. Roll, being an extent
of lands in Waxtonesham, Horseye, Pastone, Cruchstoke, Ingham,
Brunstead, Stalham, and Stalham Hall, that pay tithes to the abbey,
together with the tenants' names and their holdings. [Temjy. Ed. //.]

Rolls, 98.



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PASTON PAPERS.

CAISTER. Pedigree of the family of Fastolf of Norfolk from the
30 Ed. Ill to 23 Rich. II. Ch. 722.

Copy of the inquisition taken at Acle-merket the Tuesday next
after the feast of St. Luke the evang., 38 Henry VI, before Richard
Suthwell, esq., escheator, upon the death of sir John Falstolf, kt.

Ch. 723.

Memorandum showing the division and descent of the manor of
Castre from Matthew Gunton to sir John Fastolf. [Paper i\ Ch. 724.

Testimony of Robert Fetzrawff as to what occurred in sir John
Fastolf 's chamber previous to his death. [Paper. ^ Ch. 725.

Letter from John Paston the elder to the king praying for a licence to
establish a college for 7 priests and 7 poor men at Castre, lately
belonging to his cousin, sir John Fastolf, kt. Ch. 726.

Letter from John Paston the elder to the king praying him to grant
his letters patent for the founding in the great mansion of Caster in
Flegg in Norfolk a college of 7 priests and 7 poor men to pray for the
Boul of sir John Fastolf, kt. Ch. 727.

Petition of sir John Paston, kt., to the king concerning the wrongs
done to him by sir William Yelverton, AVilliam Jenney, and Thomas
Howes, feoffees to the use of the said sir John, of the manor of Castre
and other lands claimed by the duke of Norfolk, also praying for
restitution for damage done to him amounting to £1353 65. 8^.

Ch. 728.
Letter from the earl of Oxford to sir John Paston, kt.

Written at Melford the 20th of October. [Paper ^ Ch. 729.

Indenture made 24 September, 4 Henry YI, witnessing an agree-
ment made between John Kertelyng, clerk, general attorney of sir
John Fastolf, kt., of the one part, and Richard Boson, esq., of the
other, namely, that the said sir John shall have in fee simple the
manor of the said Richard in Castre called * Bosons,' by gift, in
exchange for the manor of ' Titeleshale ' called 'Peekhalle/ paying
within 4 years £60. Ch. 730.

Draft writ to the sheriff of Norfolk to attach and bring before the
council, John Paston alias Wortes, John Gees, a Carmelite friar of
Norwich, Edmund Alderford, clerk, Bartholomew Waryn, parson
of Trunche, William Cuttyng of Worstede, John Gees of Crowemer,
merchant, and Ralph Gunton of Norwich, skryvener, for violation of
the statutes of provisors, 25 Ed. Ill and 16 Ric. II, on the complaint
of John Brundale, prior of Bromholm, that although he was canonically
elected prior, the said Paston alias Wortes had crossed the sea without
royal licence, obtained a provision of the said priory in the court of
Rome, and got himself installed as prior and the other expelled ; the
said John Gees and others having received the said bulls and in-
struments at Bakton and caused the same to be executed.
Dated i December [5 Hen.. VI].



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ii. On the back of this document is another draft writ of the same
date against the same parties for endeavouring to draw the prior out
of the kingdom by a suit in the court of Rome. Ch. 731.

Sir John Beauchamp, kt., lord of Beauchamp, remits and quit-claims
to John Paston and Roger Towneshend, esq., all right, &c. in the
manors of Castre called Redhams, Yaus, and Bosoms, also of and in
the manors of Begojles in Wyntirton, Spensers in Heryngby, Reppes
in Bastwyk, and the third part of the manor of Runham, together
with all lands and tenements called Billes in Stokesby, Cattes in
Haryngby and in a messuage called 'Dengayns' in Yermouth, and
in all lands and tenements within the hundreds of Estflegge and West-
^eg^e, which said manors, lands, «fec., he holds conjointly with Thomas,
archbp. of Canterbury, and others, as by a certain charter more fully
appears, for ever.

Dated 14 Feb., 49th year, from the beginning of Hen. VI, and ist
of his return to power. Gh. 732.

Copy of the clause of an act of parliament, reserving the rights of
Margaret, widow of John Paston, in the manor of Castre, late sir
John Fastolf's, kt. [Tem;p. Ed. /F.J Ch. 733.

Roger Fidron, clerk, and William Bondys, constitute Richard
Lynstede, John Holme, and John Brikkes, their attornies, jointly and
severally to enter and possess and take seisin in their name of and in
the manor of Hornynghall in Castre near Jernemuth and other villages
adjacent. Also in all lands, &c. in the villages and fields of Castre,
Maudeby, Ormesby, Filby, and Scroudeby, or elsewhere within the
hundred of Estflegg, which lands, &c. they lately acquired by the gift
and concession of Edmund Clere, and after possession so taken to
deliver for them and in their name to Agnes Paston, William Paston,
Elizabeth, countess of Oxford, John Yeer, earl of Oxford, sir John
Scroop, kt., lord Scroop, and others, full and peaceable seisin of the same,
according to a charter granted to them by the said Roger and William.
Dated at Castre, 12 May, 4 Ed. IV. Ch. 734,

Indenture made 15 Jan., 9 Hen. VII, between sir John Paston, kt.,
of the one part, and John Bishop, of Norwich, gentleman, of the other
part. \_Illegible^ Ch. 735.

Fine made at Westminster, Trinity Term, i Ed. VI, by which
Antony Littleton, esq., acknowledges the right of sir William Paston,
kt., to the third part of the manor of Hornynghall and of 6 messuages,
6 tofts, 6 gardens, 24 acres of land, 16 acres meadow, 30 acres of
pasture, lo acres of wood, 60 acres of marsh, 30 acres furze and
brushwood, and 105. rent in Caster, Holy Trinity, Caster, St. Edmund,
Fylby, Mawteby, Thirkby, and Scroby ; for this fine the said William
gave £46 sterling. Ch. 736.

GRESSHAM-HALL. Indenture made 9 November, 2 Ed. VI,
by which sir William Paston, kt., sells to Richard Partryk of Holte,
carver, all his wood, timber, and underwood, growing within the wood
called Gressham-hall wood ; to hold the same for ever, paying for the
Baid purchase £40 by two instalments, Ch. 737.



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HELLESDEN. List of goods taken away at Haylesdon, belonging
to John Paston, his sons, and his servants, by the duke of Suffolk's
servants and tenants the 14 Oct., 5 King Ed. IV, which day the
place of Haylesdon was broken and pulled down. [Paper.] C7i. 738.

Copy of the above. Ch. 739.

MAUTEBY, &c. Indenture tripartite whereby sir Simon Fel-
brigge, kt., Oliver Groos, esq., and William Paston, feoffees of E,obeii;
Mauteby, esq., deceased, in execution of his will and at the request of
Margaret, wife of John Paston, daughter and heir of John Mauteby,
son and heir of the said Robert, and in consideration that the said John
Paston and Margaret now have issue a son, John, whereby John Paston
the father holds for the term of his life by the law of England of the
inheritance of his said wife, grant and confirm to the said John Paston the
manors of Mauteby, Sparhani, Basyngham, Westbekham, Matelask, and
Briston, the manor of Salle called Kirkehalle, the manor called Fleghalle
in Wynterton, Somerton, Ormesby, Martham, Horseye, "Waxtonesham,
and Pallyng, and lOOs. rent in Castre, by Norwich, and Merkeshale,
and the manor of Freton in Suffolk ; with certain reversions on the
death of Eleanor, wife of Thomas Chambre, esq., formerly wife of the
said Robert Mauteby, Margery, wife of Ralph Gameys, esq., mother
of the said Margaret, formerly wife of John Mauteby, esq., sons of the
said Robert. To hold to the said John Paston, with remainder to
Margaret and the heirs of her body, with contingent remainders in
tail to Edward Mauteby, &c.

Dated at Mauteby, 15 April, 20 Hen. VI. Ch. 740.

RUNHAM, &c. Indenture made 29 Nov., 8 Hen. VIII, between
"William Paston, of Paston, esq., of the one part, and Philip Paston,
gentleman, younger brother of the said William, and Anne his wife,
late wife of John Blakeney, of the second part, and sir John Fyneux,
kt., chief justice of the pleas, and others, of the third part,
reciting a recovery against sir Edward Ponyngs and sir Matthew
Brown, kts., by the said sir John Fyneux and others, of the third part
of the manor of Runham, and of 6 messuages, 100 ac. land, 20 ac
y)asture, 5 ac. wood, and 405. of rent, with the appurtenances in
Runham, Thrughby, Stokesby and Mawdby, and Heryngby, against
the said William Paston ; to the intent that sir John Fyneux and his
joint recoverers shall stand seised of the said lands, &c. to the use of
Philip Paston and Ann his wife, for the life of the said Ann, then to
the use of the said Philip and his heirs, in default to the use of William
Paston and his heirs. Ch. 741,

NORFOLK. Abstract of the inquisition before William Gurney,
escheator, 13 Oct., 6 Ed. IV, taken after the death of John Paston,
of lands in co. Norfolk. [Paper.] Ch. 742.

SUFFOLK. Abstract of the inquisition before William Gurnay,
escheator, 1 6 October, 6 Ed. IV, taken upon the death of John Paston,
of lands in co. Suffolk. [Paper.] Ch. 743.

Copy of the inquisition taken at Bungay, 16 October, 6 Ed. IV,
before William Gurnay, esq., on the death of John Paston, [Paper.]

Ch. 744,



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NOETHAMPTONSHIRE.

ASHBY ST. LEDGERS. Will of William Bacheler of Assheby-
leger, chaplain, made the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Hilary,
bp., 1348. Northamjptonshire Charters, i.

BUCKBY (Long). Particulars of a parcel of lands and possessions
of the manor of Long Buckebye, belonging to the Queen, antiently
part of the duchy of Lancaster, formerly in the tenure of Roger
Carrell or his assigns by lease from the duchy, of which lease 8 years
-were unexpired in 1602. Ch, 2.

COATON. Adam, the abbot, and convent of St. James without
Northampton, grant to Henry, son of Robert de Northampton, for his
homage and service, a certain tenement in Cotene without North-
ampton, which Matilda Leman formerly held of them ; also they
grant all the tenements which they have in Cotene ; paying annually
to them and their successors iis. of silver, (c. 1274-80.) Ch. 8.

Indenture, witnessing, that whereas it has been agreed between
Robert, son of sir Edward Doyle, kt., on the one part, and William
Driffeld of Northampton, deyster, Agnes his wife, and John, Thomas,
and Agnes, their children, of the other part, that the said Robert has
granted to the said parties the whole of the close and dovecot opposite
the house of St. Leonard in Coton near Northampton, and also a piece
of meadow in the meadows of Hardyngesthorn, to hold the same for
their lives, and 10 years following the decease of the longest liver of
them, at an annual rent of 15s. and the usual suit and service.

Dated at Coton, i October, 7 Hen. V. Ch. 4.

CRICK. Robert de Cursun grants to Alan de Swyneford, for his
homage and service, half a virgate of land with appurtenances in Crec,
except toft and croft, namely that which Walter Beel held. To hold



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