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to him and his heirs for an annual payment of one halfpenny at Easter
for all secular service, custom, and demand, (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 5.

Adam le Veneter grants to Alan de Swineford his whole right in
one half virgate of land in the village of Crec, namely that which
Walter le Bel sometime held ; to hold to the said Alan and his heii^s
as in the charter of sir Robert de Curson, lord of the fee. (c. 1230.)

Ch.6.

GUILSBOROUGH. Letters patent of Queen Elizabeth, dated
at Westminster, June 20th, and 41st year of her reign, granting a licence
of alienation to Richard, William, and Henry Gardner, for two virgates
of land in Gilsborowe, late parcel of the possessions of William Belcher,
esq., and held of the crown in capite. [With seal.'] Ch. 14.

Letters patent of K. James I, dated at Westminster, i Sept., 10 of
his reign, granting a licence of alienation to Dabridgcourt Belcher,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 255

NORTHAMPTON,
esq., Elizabeth his wife, and Christiana Belcher, widow, for a messuage,
garden, &c., in Guilsborrowe, to Richard and William Gardner.

[With seal.] Gh. 15

HARDIWGSTONE and COTES. Roger, son of master Roger
de Boudon, the 26 of March, 17 Ed. II, grants and assigns in dower,
for himself and heirs, to Isabella, his mother, formerly wife of the
said master Roger, a certain house and the third part of a grange,
dovecot, 65. annual rent, together with certain parcels of land in
Hardingstorn and Cotes.

Dated at Cotes in the parish of Hardingstorn the day and year
above written. Ch. 3.

NORTHAMPTON. Mandate from Pope Innocent the 3rd to
the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishops of London and Ely, to
prohibit the parochial clergy of Northampton founding chapels for
divine offices, whereof complaint had been made by the prior and
monks of St. Andrew, Northampton, to whom all the churches of
Northampton belonged.

Dated at Lateran, 8 Id. April, 4th pontificial year {i, e. 1202.)

Ch. 7.

Nicholas, son of Soman de Stok, of the county of Northampton, is
bound to John, son of Robert Loveday, in 10 marks sterling, payable
at the feast of St. Martin the bp., in the winter, 23 Ed. I.

Dated at London, the Monday on the feast of St. Mark the
evangelist, the year above written. [With seal^ Ch. i.

PETERBOROUGH (Abbey of). Indenture witnessing that
William, the abbot, and convent of Peterborough, demise to George
SheiFeld and Richard Sheffeld his son, their manor of Scottor, also
their mill of Benton, &c. To hold the same for 50 years after the
death of John Atclyfif the present holder, paying annually £6 sterling.
Dated Michaelmas, I Richard III. [With seal.] Ch. 12.

Indenture made 3 May, 25 Hen. YIII, by which John, the abbot, and
convent of Peterborough demise to sir William Tyrwhit the scite of
their manor of Scottor., co. Lincoln, &c., for ^o years, paying annually
for the same £8 6s. M. [With seal.] Ch. 13,

STOKE. Sir John Daundelyn, kt., grants a release to Robert de
Wodeneuton in Stoke, upon consideration of the payment of 225., of
his claim to three roods of arable land in the fields of Stoke in which
lie had been infeoffed by the said Robert.

Dated at Stoke the Wednesday next after the feast of St. James
the apostle, 16 Ed. II. Ch. 10.



BOUGHTON. Flan of the house and gardens of Boughton,
taken in the year 17 12 by Delahaye, N orthamjptonshire Rolls, i.

NORTHAMPTON (Priory of St. Andrew's at). The account
of Dr. Richard Layton and Robert Sowthwell, esq., commissioners for



256 CALENDAR OF CFIARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON,
dissolving, viewing, and selling the plate, ornaments, implyments,
stocks and store, bells and lead, of the priory of St. Andrew's,
Northampton, with an account of the value and sale of all the jewels,
&c, to the same belonging, and p;iyments made on account of the
same declared to sir Edward North, kt., chancellor of the court of
augmentations. Dated 14 November, 36 Hen. VII L Rolls, 2.

PETERBOROUGH. A survey of the several inclosures lying in
Peterborough fenn, surveyed for the use of the rt. hon. lord Torrington
by Robert Wright, surveyor in Castor, near Peterborough, anno 1 7 1 4*

Rolls, 3.



PRIORY OF DAVENTRY.

BUCKBY. Philip Grece of Buckebi, son of William Grece,
grants to the monks of Daventre in frankalmoigne, an annual rent
of i2d. from the land which David, son of Ailmer, held of the said
monks in the village of Buckebi. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 4.

Emma GrifFyn, late wife of John Griffyn, esq., has received of
William Lane, the prior, and convent of Daventre 21s. 8c?. for a certain
pasture lying in the fields of Bucby.

Dated 8 January, 6 Hen. VII. Ch. 146.

DAVENTRY. Bull of Pope Innocent III, dated Lateran, 4 Kl.
Decemb., 12th year of his pontificate, confirming to the prior and
monks of Daventre their possessions. (12 10.) Ch. i.

William, son of John de Daventr', gives and confirms to the church
of St. Augustine of Daventr, in frankalmoigne, Henry, son of Sehir,
with all his issue, present and to come. (c. 1200.) Ch. i*.

Letter of Hubert Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, to the faithful
of Lincoln and Coventry dioceses, granting a remission of 15 days'
penance to those who, having been to confession, give alms for the
repair of the church of the monks of Daventre.

Dated the 2nd year of K. John, circa Easter. This indulgence to
last for 3 years. Ch. 2.

Thomas, son of Ivo de Haverbergia, grants to the monks of Daventre,
for the support of one wax light to burn daily at the celebi-ation of the
mass of the B. Virgin, an annual rent of 126?, from the tenement he
holds in the village of Haverbergia. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 6.

N. the prior, and the convent of Daventry, grant to

a messuage [A fragment.^ (Nicholas, prior,

1 231-1264.) Ch. II.

Charter (indented) by which the prior and convent of Daventr*

grant to Thomas the half of their manse and toft which

Alberic sometime held of them in Daventr', at an annual rent of 45.
and one man's work for three days in the year. (c. 1220.) Ch. 7.

Charter indented by which Nicholas, the prior, and the convent of

Daventr' grant to Richard de Boudon, clerk, a messuage in

(Nicholas, prior, 1 231-1264.) Ch. 8.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 257

NORTHAMPTON.

Citation from the prior of St. Frideswide and others, to the prior

and convent of Daventry to appear in the church of St. Frid. the

Friday next after the feast of St. Dunstan, bp. and confessor, to

answer Hugh Hamelin, rector of Sandford.

Dated on the morrow of Palm Sunday, 1267. CJi. 12.

Letter addressed to the abbot of St. Mary's, Leicester, by the prior
and convent of Daventr', certifying that they have appointed "William
de Wengrave and John de Benewlkt their proctors in a cause between
them and Hugh de Hamelin.

Dated at Daventr', 4 Id. Sept., 1268. Ch. 13.

Letter from J. de Benewik, proctor of the abbot and convent of
Daventry, relating to the appeal against Hugh Hamelin, rector of
Sandford. (c. 1268.) [Mutilated^ Ch. 14.

Fragment of a citation relating to the appeal of the prior and
convent of Daventry and Hugh Hamelin. (c. 1268.) Ch. 15.

Proceedings in an appeal between master Hugh Hamelin of the one
part, and the prior and convent of Daventry and William de Braybroc
of the other part. (c. 1268.) Ch. 15*.

Application by master Hugh Hamelin for a postponement of the
suit in which lie is defendant and the priory of Daventry plaintiffs, to
allow him time to consider the process against him of which he has
obtained a copy.

Dated Wednesday next after the feast of St. Michael, 1268.

Ch. 16.

A mutilated deed, being an indulgence granted to benefactors to
Daventry priory by Fulco, archbishop of Dublin.

Dated at Dublin, Kalends of May, 1271. Ch. 17.

Charter by which . . , with the assent of Beatrice his

wife, grants to the prior and convent of Daventry in

frankalmoigne [^Partly obliterated.] Ch. 18.

Richard de B grants to [the prior and monks of Daventry]

certain land [Mutilated.] Temp. Hen. III. Ch. 22.

Fragment of the rule of the priory, containing regulations respecting
novices. On the back a fragment of a bede-roll in French, with notes
of prayers, (c. 13CO.) Ch. 22*.

Robert Lovel grants to Benedict de Drayton in Welton and others an
annual rent which he received of William Ketilbern and his heirs .
Dated Ed. I. [Ihitilated.] Ch. 29

Fragment of of .... , bp. of Lincoln, . . .

Dated 13 Kl. July, . . Ed. I. Ch. 29*

Illegible charter, temp. Ed. I. Ch. 30

John de Knoston in Daventr' and Letia his wife quit-claim to
Thomas de Falusle a certain part of their inclosure, viz. that of
their capital house in Daventry which extends from their doois unto

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258 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON.

the house of the said Thomas, and contains in breadth from the king's
highway towards their court 24 ft.

Dated at Daventr' the Monday next ,22 Ed. I.

Ch. 31.

Agnes, daughter of William the smith in Daventr', grants to
Geoffrey Hereberd of Troph the whole of her inclosure in Davyntr'
with houses, edifices, and all easements and appurtenances lying in
* Le Browend,' near the messuage of William Yrenhel.

Dated before the feast of St. Thomas the apostle,

26 Ed. L Ch. 33.

John, son of Philip de Daventr', grants to Walter de Buckeby of
Daventr' 25. of annual rent in Daventr'.

Dated at Daventr' on the day of the translation of St. Thomas the
martyr, 29 Ed. I. Ch. 34.

John quit-claims to Michael de Noryt of Daventr' and

Letia his wife, for a certain sum of money, all his right in three acres
of .... in Daventr'.

Dated at Daventr' the Sunday next after the feast of the Nativity,
31 Ed. I. Ch. 35.

Thomas de Falle of Daventr' is bound to John Neel of the same
place, to deliver to him or to his attorney a certain feoffment which
Ije caused to be made of 25. annual rent in Daventry.

Dated at Daventry on the morrow of St. Botulph the abbot,
5 Ed. 11. . Ch. 39.

Fragment of a charter, temp. Ed. TI. Ch. 41.

de Throp quit-claims to Thomas, son of Thomas de Capes (^)



Dated the Monday next after the feast . . . . , 10 Ed. II. Ch. 41*.

Mutilated charter by which William Prische of Daventry grants to
Michael de Northampton certain arable land in Daventry.

Dated 10 Ed. II. Ch. 44.

Richard the tailor of Daventr' grants to the monks of Daventr' in
frankalmoigne, an annual rent of 35. for the use of a certain gate
situated in * Payneles lane,' and from a curtilage lying between Robert
le Barkere and John, called of Welton.

Dated at Daventr' on the feast of St. Michael, 1 1 Ed. II. Ch. 46.

Richard the tailor of Daventre grants to Peter, the prior, and
convent of Daventr', 45. annual rent in Daventr'.

Dated at Daventr' on the feast of the apostles SS. Peter and Paul,
i2Ed. n. (7A. 48.

Proceedings on an appeal to the court of Canterbury in which
Thomas de Wolwardyngton, rector of Lobeuham, is appellant, and
the prior and convent of Daventry defendants.

Dated 1323. [^Entries of proceedings, mutilated.^ Ch. 53.

Joan, daughter of Robert de Heyeringtone in Daventre, grants to
the prior and convent of Daventre in frankalmoigne one half acre of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 259

NORTHAMPTON,
land above a culture called ^ Olnesbrech,' near the land of Adam de
Beruby.

Dated at Daventre on St. Margaret's day, i6 Ed. II. Ch. 54.

Symon de Crek of Daventr' and Sarah his wife grant to sir William

, chaplain, four ridges of land in the Eastfield of Daventr'.

Dated at Daventr on the feast of St. Lucy tlie virgin and martyr,
18 Ed. II. Ch. 56.

Geoffrey .... grants to Richard the tailor of Daventre four
ridges of laud in Daventre.

Dated at Daventre on the feast of the Nativity, i Ed. III. Ch. 57.
Adam de Brochole, chaplain, quit-claims to Nicholas Herberd of
Throp all his right in a messuage, with a curtilage, in Daventr', in
*le Netherende.'

Dated at Daventr' the Friday next after the feast of St. Scholastica
the virgin, 15 Ed. III. Ch. 63.

AVilliam de Olthorpe quit-claims to Edmund

Newenham of Stuttesbyry and "William all right in

of the prior and convent of Daventry in the village and fields

of Daventry. [Mutilated^ Dated ,20 Ed. III. Ch, 63*.

Roger, son of Wm. Atehall of Daventre, grants to Thomas

and Alice his wife two messuages with curtilages in Daventre.

Dated at .... on the feast of the Annunciation, 20 (?) Ed. III.

Ch. 67.
Charter (indented) nearly illegible.

Dated at Daventry on the feast of St. Michael, 2 2 Ed. III.

Ch. 68.

Richard de Neubold of Daventre, clerk, appoints John de Neubold
of Daventre his attorney to receive seisin in his name of all tene-
ments, rents, &c. which were formerly Nicholas Hereberd's in
Daventre. Dated at London, 12 July, 32 Ed. III. Ch. 71.

Mutilated grant by Thomas to the priory of Daventry

of view, court,

Dated at Daventry on the feast of St. Thomas the, apostle, 50
Ed. m. Ch. 73*.

Fragment of a charter, temp. Ric. II. Ch. 74.

List of rents appertaining to the office of cellarer of the house of
Daventre. Temp. Rich. II. Ch. 75.

Receipt dated 1384. [^Nearly obliterated.'] Ch. 77.

Richard and Elizabeth his wife grant to William Fuwer

of Daventre, Alice his wife, and John their son, a house and garden
in Daventre, for the term of their lives, at an annual rent of i2d. in
silver.

Dated at Daventre feast of St. Ambrose, 1 3 Ric. II.

Ch. 80.

William AVright of Daventry and others quit-claim to John Werrour
of Daventry all their right in certain lands and tenements. [Mutilated.]

Dated at Daventry the Friday after the feast i [Hen. IV ?].

Ch. 84.
s 2



260 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON.
An indented roll of accounts belonging to the priory of Daventry,
made when Thomas Watford was cellarer of the said priory.

{Temj). Hen. IV.) Ch. 86.

An appeal to the court of Canterbury in a tithe cause against the

prior and convent of Daventry by the prioress and convent of Catesby.

Dated at London the Nones of October, i4io(?). CVt. 92.

Hugh Cleydon of Daventry grants to Thomas Hen ... of Norton,
"William Haddon, all right in two acres of arable land



Dated feast of Epiphany, . . Henry Y. \A fragment?^

Ch. 97.

Charter (indented) by which Thomas Hall of Daventre demises to
William Botiller of the same place and Isabella his wife a place in
Daventre for their lives, at an annual rent of 7s. and a little pig.

Dated at Daventre, 29 July, 21 Hen, VI. Gh. 104.

List of lands belonging to the priory of Daventry. Temp. Hen. YL
\0n paper. ^ Ch. 102.

Mutilated grant to William Catesby and others of a messuage near
a tenement of the prior and convent of Daventre'.

Dated 10 April, 23 Ed. lY. Oh. 102*.

William Smith of Daventry, glover, and Agnes his wife, remit and

quit-claim to Simon alias Staverton all right of action^ by

reason of any debt, account, &c., to the date of these presents.

Dated i Ric. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 122.

Fragment of a charter, i (Hen. YII?). Ch. 125.

Fragment of a receipt given by Thomas Murd .... to the prior of
Daventry. Dated . . May, . . Hen. YII. Gh. 137.

Outgoings of courts held in the 5th year of Hen. YII. Ch. 143.

Indenture made between Thomas Eston, the prior, and convent of
Daventr of the one part, and William Huse of London, gentleman, of
the other, witnesseth, that whereas the prior and convent the 1 3 day of
February, 1 2 Hen. YII, granted to the same William an annual rent
of £5 for 4 years, it is now agreed that upon payment of £17 iSs.
the said annual rent shall be declared void.

Dated . . February, 12 Hen. YII. Ch. 153.

An acknowledgment that John Wygmore and Nicholas Traford
have received of the prior of Daventry 10 marks, . . (Hen. VIL).
[A fragment.] Ch. 154.

An acknowledgment that Thomas Maydowell of Northampton,
shoemaker, has received of the prior of Daventry 55. for land in
Throp.

Dated on the day of the invention of the Cross, 15 Hen. YII.

Ch. 161

Thomas Tlston, the prior, and convent of Daventre, are bound to
John Brugge, citizen and draper of London, in a sum of £69 sterling,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAKY. 261

NORTHAMPTON,
to be paid to him or his attorney on the 2nd day of December next
after the date of these presents.

Dated in their chapter house, 3 Dec, 1503, and 19 Hen. VII.

Ch. 166.

Thomas Ilston, the prior, and convent of Daventry hold themselves
bound to Thomas Ward, citizen and mercer of London, in a sum of



Dated at Daventry, 22 Hen. VII. \ Fragment.']

Ch. 171.

An acknowledgment that Thomas Lute of London, gentleman, has
received of William, prior of Daventry, loos.

Dated 9 August, 22 Hen. VII. Ch. 170.

DAVENTRY and DRAYTON. William de Davyntr, son of
sir John de Davyntr', kt., remits and quit-claims to Robert Simond
of Davyntr' and Henry his son, all his right in four acres of arable
land in the fields of Davyntr' and Drayton.

Dated at Davyntr' the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Nicholas the bp., 22 Ed. III. Ch. 170*.

Robert Simond of Daventre grants to William le Werreur of
Drayton near Daventre, chaplain, all his goods and chattels in all
lands and tenements in Daventre and Drayton. Dated at Daventre,
14 March, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 69.

Walter le Coupere of Weltone appoints Simon Werreur of Draytone

near Daventr' to give seisin to Emma le Coupere of Daventr' of a

messuage in Daventr' in * le Brokende ' with a curtilage adjoining, &c.

Dated at Daventr' the Sunday next after the feast of St. John

ant. port. Lat., 26 Ed. III. Ch. 70.

William Mulhard of Daventre and John Faukener of Byfelde grant
to Richard Atthehalle of Daventre and Elizabeth his wife, all lands,
tenements, &c. in Daventre and Drayton, which they had by feoff-
ment of the aforesaid Richard.

Dated at Daventre the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Michael, 13 Rich. II. Ch. 81.

Fine made at Westminster on the octave of St. Martin, 4 Henry VI,

between Thomas Nassyngton, clerk, Thomas Everdon,

Snottescombe, and Jolm Irmongere of Daventre, plaintiffs, and John
Perkyn and Matilda his wife, deforciants, concerning two messuages
and 4 J acres of land in Daventre and Drayton, namely that the said
John and Matilda quit- claim all their right in consideration of the
receipt of 20 marks. Ch. 98.

DAVENTRY, HADDON, and WELTON. List of names in
Daventry, Haddon, and Welton. {Heading gone) Temp. Ed. I. Ch. 28.

An acknowledgment by John, bishop of Lincoln, of the receipt of
85. of the prior of Daventry, by the name of an annual pension, ending
Michaelmas last, for the a}>propriation of the churches of Daventry,
Staverton, West Haddon, and Norton.

Dated 6 October, 1452 (?). Ch. 106.



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NORTHAMPTON.
Similar receipt by Thomas, bp. of Lincoln, dated 12 October, 1479.

Ch. 114.

Similar receipt by William, bp. of Lincoln, dated 31 October, 1499.

Ch. 160.
Similar receipt, dated 4 October, 1506. Ch. 167.

Similar receipt, dated . . October, 1508. Ch. 172.

An acknowledgment that Hadrian Castellan, prothonotary for the
pope in England, and collector-general, has received of the prior of
Daventry 7s. for procurations. Dated i April, 1501. Ch. 163.

Similar receipt, dated 26 March, 1505. Ch. 169.

Similar receipt, dated 26 March, 1506. Ch. 168.

An acknowledgment that Nicholas, clerk of Worcester, cook, has
received of the prior of Daventry 265. 8(i in payment of an annual
corrody. Dated 8 November, i Hen. VII. Ch. 128*.

Similar receipt, dated 13 May, 2 Hen. YII. Ch. 129.

Similar receipt, dated i June, 3 Hen. VII. Ch. 139.

Similar receipt, dated 3 May, 4 Hen. VII. Ch. 141.

Fragment of a similar receipt. Ch. 130.

Nicholas Griffyn, esq., of Braybroke, has received of the prior and
convent of Daventre £4 65. 8c/. for a meadow called Sandford in the
parish of Dated 13 .... , Hen. VI. Ch. loi.

Similar receipt for 435. ^d., dated October, 16 Ed. IV. Ch. iii.

Similar receipt for 21s. 8(/., dated 27 Jan., . . Hen. VII. Ch. 112.

Emmote Gryffyn, widow, has received of William Lane, the prior of
Daventr', 21s. %d. Dated i March, 3 Henry VII. Ch. 124.

Fragment of a similar receipt, 2 Hen. VII. Ch. 133.

Similar receipt for £6 los., dated 20 May, 3 Hen. VII. Ch. 138.

An acknowledgment that Thomas Entwisyll, of Nowesley, co.
Leicester, has received of the ])rior and convent of Daventry 435. 4c?.
Dated at Nowesley, 30 April, i Ric. III. Ch. 121.

Similar receipt, dated 10 May, 2 Ric. III. Ch. 123.

An acknowledgment that John Wykeley, abbot of St. James near
Northampton, has received of the prior of Daventry los. in full
payment [of the tithes of Sandford mede].

Dated 15 Ch. 119.

Similar receipt given to Thomas Barker, dated 3 Nov., i Hen. VII.

Ch. 128.

An acknowledgment that John, abl)ot of St. James neur North-
ampton, has received of the prior of Daventry 40s. for the tithes of
Sylesworth. Dated 13 March, 6 Hen. VII. Ch. 144.

Similar receipt, dated 20 Feb., 8 Hen. VII. Ch. 151.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 263

NORTHAMPTON.
Similar receipt, dated 4 Hen. VII. Ch. 142.

An acknowledgment that John, abbot of St. James near Northampton,
has received of the prior of Daventry 50s. for the tithes of Syllefeorthe
and Sandford mede. Dated 4 October, . . Hen. YII. Gh. 155.

Similar receipt, dated 10 March, 7 Hen. VII. Ch. 165.

DRAYTON. Robert, son of Roger Navesby, remits and quit-
claims to the prior and convent of Daventre, all right in 15^ acres and
one half rood of arable, and one half acre of meadow land, in the fields
of Drayton, which Alice his mother gave in frankalmoigne.

(c. 1250-60.) Ch. 20.

John Scorp in the new land of Daventr quit-claims to Matilda and
Emma his sisters all right which he has by heirship in a messuage and
land which fell to Richard Scorp in the fields of Drayton. (c. 1260.)

Ch. 21.

Henry the carpenter of Drayton and Agnes his wife grant to Simon
de . . . . and Adeline his wife half an acre of arable land in the
north field of Drayton, [Mutilated^ (c. 1280-90.) Ch. 26.

Jolin Bere, formerly son and heir of John Bere of Daventr , grants
to Roger Marshall of the same place and Agnes his wife, one half acre of
arable land in the south field of Drayton.

Dated at Daventr' on the vigil of the feast of the apostles
SS. Paul and Peter, i Ed. II. Ch. 36.

Philip de Opthrop of Daventr' grants to Matilda his daughter three
half acres of arable land in the fields of Drayton.

Dated at Daventr' the Sunday next after the feast of St. Euphemia,
virgin, 2 Ed. II. Ch. 37.

John Neel of Daventr' quit-claims to Robert Symon and Henry his

son all his right in 9I acres of arable land lying in the fields of

Drayton, which he had formerly sold to the said Robert and Henry.

Dated at Daventr the Sunday on the feast of St. Matthew,

evangelist, 4 Ed. II. [With seal] Ch. 38.

Robert, son of John de Knostone in Daventr', grants to Geoffrey,
son of Simon Adam of Daventr , . . . acres of arable land in the Northfield
of Drayton.

Dated at Daventr' the Friday next after the feast of St. Lucy,
virgin, 10 Ed. II. Ch. 45.

Richard, son of Ralph Godefrey of North Kyvelingworth, quit-
claims to Benedict de Drayton of Welton all right in . . . land which
the said Benedict holds, and the land called ' Hokeslonde.'

Dated the . . . next after the feast of the translation

of St. Thomas the martyr, . . Ed. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 61.

DRAYTON and DAVENTRY. Charter by which

certain lands in Drayton and Daventry.

Dated the Saturday next before the feast of St. Thomas

the apostle, 50 Ed. III. [A fragment.] Ch. 72.



264 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON.
DRAYTON and STAVERTON. List of services and rents for
lands in Drayton and Staverton of some tenants of the priory of
Daventry. * (Temp. Ed. I.) Ch. 27.

EVENLEY. Margery, late wife of Thomas ' le Jeovene ' of Evenle,
quit-claims to Agnes her daughter all her right in the whole of a third
part of a certain messuage which the said Agnes had by her gift and
feoffment.

Dated at Evenle the Thursday on the feast of St. Michael,

lyEd. IL a. 27*.

EVERDON. View of frankpledge of Everdon held in the priory
of Daventry the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Mark the
evangelist, 27 Ed. III. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 6o„

PAWSLEY. Indenture dated . . June, 20 Ed. IV, by which
William Lane, the prior, and the house of Daventry lease to Richard
Knyghtley, esq., their pastures, &c., &c., in the town and fields of
Fallewesley, except the manor place, with remainder to his heirs at an
annual rent of 1 8 mai'ks. Ch. 115.

HADDON (West). John de Brochol, vicar of West Haddon,
grants to the church of Daventr' and the monks of the same, in frank-
almoigne, the whole of his tenement in the village of AVest Haddon.
(c. 1210-20.) Ch. 3.

Robert Dolyn of West Haddon grants to William, son of Geoffrey
the cook, two roods of land in the fields of West Haddon. (c. 1 270-80.)



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