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Ch. 19.

IWargery, formerly wife of Robert Dolyn of West Haddon, quit-
claims to William the cook, all her right in the third part of two roods
of lands, by the name of dowry, in the fields of West Haddon.

\_See no. 19.] Ch. 23.

Beatrice Goedles of West Haddon grants to Geoffrey, son of John
de Stouwe, one house with a curtilage adjacent near the tenement of
Emma, sister of the said Beatrice.

Dated at West Haddon on the feast of exaltation of the [Cross],
15 Ed. IL Ch. 51*.

Emma, daughter of William Godeles of West Haddon, quit-claims
to Geoffrey, son of John de Stowe, of all right in one messuage with a
garden and croft in West Haddon.

Dated at West Haddon the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Ambrose, 15 Ed. II. Ch. 51.

Emma, formerly daughter of William Godeles of West Haddon,
quit-claims to Thomas, son of Richard Julian, all her right in the
third part of a fence, with houses, edifices, &c., which Sarah her mother
holds by the name of dowry in the village of West Haddon.

Dated at West Haddon the Friday on the feast of St. George the
martyr, 15 Ed. II. Ch. 52.

. Emma, daughter of William Godeles of West Haddon, quit-claims



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 265

NORTHAMPTON,
to Geoffrey, son of John de Stowe of West Haddon, all her right in a
messuage, curtilage, and croft, in West Haddon.

Dated at West Haddon on Trinity Sunday, i8 Ed. II. Ch. 55.

William, son of Geoffrey .... of West Haddon, appoints John de
Stowe his attorney to give seisin to the prior of Daventry of three
acres of land in West Haddon.

Dated at West Haddon the Friday next after the feast of the
Assumption, 4 Ed. III. Gh. 58.

Thomas Wengham of West Haddon quit-claims to John Hulle, jun.,
of the same place, and Matilda, formerly wife of the said John, all his
right in the half of a messuage in West Haddon.

Dated at West Haddon the Thursday next after the feast of the
apostles SS. Peter and Paul, 11 Ed. III. Ch. 62*.

Mutilated charter concerning West Haddon. Temp. Ed. III.

Ch. 59.

William Knyght of West Haddon grants to John Knight his son
a cottage with a curtilage, also 2s. j\d. annual rent from the tenement
of Thomas Knight his son.

Dated at West Haddon on the day of the Purification B.V.M.,
5 Hen. y. Ch. 94.

John, son of Wm. Knyth of West Haddon, holds himself bound to
his brother Thomas in a bond of twenty marks, to save harmless
his said brother from all services, &c. for the lands and tenements
in West Haddon that formerly belonged to William Knyth their
father.

Dated at West Haddon, .... after Easter, 5 Hen. V. Ch. 95.

William Dyton of Ravenesthorp, William Lolle of Bukton, and
John Thomasse, jun., remit and quit-claim to William Fylcok of West
Haddon all their right in 20 acres of land lying in the fields of West
Haddon. Dated at AVest Haddon, 5 June, 26 Hen. VI. Ch. 104*.

Mutilated charter Thurston of Rokeby, widow, appoints

Thomas Wilee of West Haddon her attorney to give seisin to John

Harecourte of lands, rents, &c., in

Dated at West Haddon the Monday next after the feast Nativ.
[Hen. VII.] [Fragment.'] Ch. 158.

Charter concerning lands at West Haddon. Temjp. Hen. VII.
[Illegible^ (7^. 157.

An acknowledgment that John Shepey, sub-prior and pitancier of
the cathedral church of St. Mary the Virgin of Coventry, has received
6s. from the prior and convent of Daventry for a certain annual rent
in West Haddon.

Dated at Coventry on the feast of St. George, 1485. Ch. 127.

Similar receipt given by Richard Drowth, 4 October, 2 Hen. VII.

Ch. 135.

Similar receipt given by Robert Grene, on the feast of St. George,
1491- Ch. 145.



266 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON.
Similar receipt, dated i October, 1499. Ch. 162.

Similar receipt given by John Brystowe, 22 Dec, . . Hen. VII.

Ch. 156.

HORTON. Ralph, son of Isabella de Schriugton in Horton, and
Beatrice her sister, grant to Hugh Osbern of Horton and Juliana his
wife two acres of arable land in the fields of Horton.

Dated at Horton the Sunday next before the feasts of SS. Perpetua
and Felicia, 19 Ed. 11. Ch. 55*.

LOBEHO. William Malesovers of Lobeho grants to the priory of
Daventr certain land and a messuage in Lobeho in frankalnioigne.
Also he grants by a second charter half a virgate of land and a messuage
in Lobeho to the same priory in frank almoigne. [Undated.] Ch. 24.

NEWNHAM, &c. John Tiesham, Thomas Stafford, and Thomas
Halle, grant to Thomas Emson, esq., John Dey, clerk, John Chauncy,
Robert Chauntrell, and Robert Skypton, all his lands, messuages, and
tenements in Newenham, Daventre, and Drayton. To hold the same
for the uses declared in the last will of the said Thomas Halle.

[Mutilated.] Dated 20 October, 23 Hen. III. Ch. 23*.

John, the abbot of , grants to William le Frenion of

Neuwenham and .... three acres of land called 'Estcroft' and
three selions and three buttes with appurtenances near .... of
Neuwenham, and one place of meadow called ' Luttlepassage ' ; and
another place called Hardemede ; and one meadow called ' Muchele-
passage,' namely that land with meadows which he received of William
le Moyner of Neuwenham, paying annually 115. (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 30*.

Richard West of Newenham grants to Henry le Freman and
Juliana, sister of the said Richard, the whole of his part of a place with
the building thereon in Newenham.

Dated at Newenham the Thursday on the morrow^ of the apostles
SS. Peter and Paul, 8 Ed. III. Ch. 63*.

Alice, daughter of William Lesen of Neupham, quit-claims to
Henry Freeman and Juliana his wife, all her right in certain lands
and tenements which the said Henry and Juliana had by concession of
William her father.

Dated at Throp near Daventry the Sunday before the feast of St.
Thomas, 20 Ed. III. Ch. 65.

William Leson of Neunepham grants to Henry Freeman, and
Juliana his wafe, for the sustentation of the said William during his
life, 6 1 acres of land in Neupham.

Dated at Neupham the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Nicholas, bp., 20 Ed. III. Ch. 66.

Adam Neel of Newenham and Juliana his wife grant to John Warde

of Catesby aud Robert Roolp a messuage and certain land in the fields

of Newenham, Daventry, and Everdon, adjoining tiie said messuage.

Dated at Newenham the Thursday on the" feast of St. Andrew,

42 Ed. in. Ch. ^s-



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 267

NORTHAMPTON.
William Freeman of Newnham grants to Thomas More and others
all his lands, tenements, and pastures in the village and fields of
Newnham, also his water-mill.

Dated at Newnham the Wednesday on the vigil of St. James the
apostle, 21 Richard 11. Ch. 82 a.

Partition of the lands which were William Freman's in the fields of
Newenham, made between thes d William on the one part and Henry
his son on the other, the Thursday next before the feast of the Epiphany,
4 Hen. IV, by the view, discretion, and advice of Henry Colyns,
chaplain, "William West, John West, Thomas Muleward, and the
aforesaid William and John Freeman. Ch. 82 b.

Nicholas Bodyngton of Newenham grants the half of all lands,
tenements, &c., in the village and fields of Newenham, with the half of
the water-mill, &c. to Thomas More and others.

Dated at Newenham on the octave of the apostles SS. Peter and
Paul [Mutilated.] Ch. 82 c.

Certificate by the official of the archdeacon of Northampton of the
rendering of the final account for the administration of the goods of
Heury Freman, late of Newnham, deceased, by the executors.

Dated at Northampton, 5 July, 1447. Ch. 82 d,

NORTON. Sir Philip de Daventr', kt., grants to sir Nicholas de
Ely, the prior of Daventr, and his assigns, in frankalmoigne, a virgate
of land in Norton which Richard his brother gave them to farm for 10
years.

Dated at Daventr' 12.8 St. Oswald's day. [Nicholas, prior, 1231-
1264.] Ch. 9.

John Nel of Daventry grants to John, son of Thomas de Capes of
Throp, one penny aimual rent, also the reversion of 115., two hens and
one cock, annually, out of a messuage in Norton near Daventry ; also
certain land in Norton.

Dated at Throp the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Ambrose,
bp., 10 Ed. IL Ch. 43*.

Thomas de Newhenham, clerk, grants to William, the prior, and
convent of Daventry, all lands, rents, tenements, &c., which were Thomas
Mulward's of Throp, in Norton.

Dated at London the Friday next after the feast of St. Matthew
the apostle, 11 Rich. IL Ch. 78.

William Lane of Orlynber' and William Staverton demise and con-
firm to Robert Mauntell, William Knyght of Norton, sen., John Knight
of Charwelton, Henry Clerke, John Falclyffe, and William Knight of
Norton, jun., all their larsds and tenements, meadows, and pastures, in
the village and fields of Norton near Daventry which they lately had,
conjointly with William Catesby, by the gift and feoffment of John
Boteler alias John Cowper of Daventr'; and they appoint Thomas
Han-yes and John Knyght their attornies to deliver seisin of the same.
Dated at Norton, 30 July, 4 Hen. VI. Ch. 99.

Copy of a charter by which William of Norton and Joan



268 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON.
Geffrey of the same place, grant to John Mauntell, esq., Thomas Tewe
of Welton, John Chylton, clerk, Thomas Clerk of Norton, John Tuwe
of Welton, and Thomas Fodeiyngey of Welton, all their lands and
tenements in the village and fields of Norton, formerly Juliana Geffrey's
of Norton. Dated at Norton, lo April, lo Hen. VI. Ch. loo.

John Chapeleyn of Norton near Daventre binds himself to William
Smyth of Muscote in a sum of £100 to be paid in the feast of Easter.
Dated 17 Hen. VI. Ch. 103.

Copy of a charter by which Thomas Foderyngey of Welton grants to
William Baker, chaplain, of Norton, Thomas Bukby, William Taylor,
and Emma, wife of Wm. Geffry of Norton, all lands, &c. in the village
and fiekls of Norton which he lately had by gift and feoffment con-
jointly with John Mauntell and others of William Geffrey and Joan
Geffrey of Norton.

Dated at Norton, 12 August, 6 Ed. IV. Ch. 120.

Copy of a charter by which Emma, late wife of William Geffry of
Norton, quit-claims to William Baker, chaplain, and William Taylor of
Dodford her right in all the lands, &c. which belonged to the aforesaid
William Geffry, her husband, in Norton.

Dated at Norton, 6 August, 14 Ed. IV. Ch. no.

Copy of a charter by which William Baker, chaplain, and William
Taylor of Dodford, constitute Henry Clerke or Thomas Chamberleyne
their attornies in their name to deliver possession and seisin of lands,
rents, &c., in Norton, to Emma, late wife of William Geffry of Norton
near Daventry. Dated at Norton, 7 August, 14 Ed. IV. Ch. 109.

PRESTON. Memorandum of a return by the archdeacon of
Northampton to R., bp. of Lincoln, that whereas Geoffrey de
Hanvyle had presented Matthew de Elynham to the rectory of Preston,
by an inquiry it was found that the said rectory was not vacant and
that the patronage belonged to the prior and convent of Daventry.

Dated at Norton the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Leonard,
1276. Ch. 25.

Memorandum of a convention between master . . . . , rector of the
church of Marsh, co. Bucks, of one part, and sir Alexander, perpetual
vicar of the church of Great Preston, of the other part, concerning the
tithes of Little Preston.

Dated at Daventry, 7 Kl. May, 1292. Also an inquisition taken
at Preston the Tuesday next before the feast of St. Mark,
evang., 25 Ed. I, concerning the lands and tithes of Little
Preston. Ch. 32*.

A publick instrument, attested by Robert Jordan of Sutton, notary-
public, concerning the differences between the prior and convent of
Daventry and master Stephen de Camvile, rector of Mersch, re-
lating to the tithes of the demesne lands of Little Preston.

Dated at ,10 June, 1319. Ch. 47.

PRESTON (Great). Bond entered into by Thomas Chapell of
Great Preston, husbandman, with William, the piior, and convent of
Daventry. Dated the 6th of Dec, 18 Ed. III. Ch. 64.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 269

NORTHAMPTON.
John Falcok, of Preston near Wynghani, grants to Alexander Norman,
wax-chandler of Sandwich, half an acre and half a rood of land in the
parish of Dated at Preston, 19 March, 3 Hen. Y. Ch. 93.

Robert, the ])rior of Daventry, grants to Richard de Linns, for his
homage and service, one place in the village of Pref^ton, and 2 acres of
land in the fields of the same village ; paying annually 3s. ^Undated.^
[Robert, prior, 1425-1444.] Ch. 113.

PRESTON (Little). An acknowledgment given by William
Weston, rector of the church of Mersh, co. Bucks, to the prior and
convent of Daventre of the receipt of 33s. 40?. for an annual pension
for the tithes of Little Preston. Dated 12 Nov., 2 1 Ed. IV. (Jh. 117.

Similar receipt, dated 3 June, i Hen. VII. Ch. 131.

Similar receipt, dated 9 July, 2 Hen. VII. Ch. 132.

Similar receipt, dated May, . . Hen. VII. Ch. 136.

Similar receipt, dated 7 Feb., . . Hen. VII. Ch. 140.

Similar receipt, dated Hen VII. Ch. 150.

Similar receipt, dated 23 July, 9 Hen. VII. Ch. 152.

Similar receipt, dated 17 May, 16 Hen. VII. Ch. 164.

Similar*receipt, dated 12 Nov., . . Hen. VII. Ch. 164*.

PRESTON CAPES. An acknowledgment that Richard Barlwyk

alias , perpetual vicar of Preston Capes, co. Northampton,

has received of William Lane, the prior, and convent of Daventry, 365.
Dated 1487. [A fragment.] Ch. 134.

Similar receipt, dated 1485. Ch. 126.

Similar receipt, dated 1498. Ch. 148.

Similar receipt, dated . . Hen. VII. Ch. 149.

SCALDEFORD. William, the prior, and convent of Daventr*
grant to Hugh de Bronage and Mary his wife, a messuage in
Scaldeford called ' Codyngton place ' for 60 years, at an annual rent
of 1 05. Sd.

Dated at Daventr' the Thursday next after the feast of St. S within,
17 Rich. II. Ch. S2.

STAVERTON. Final concord made at Northampton on the octave
of St. Martin, 24 Hen. Ill, by which Nicholas the prior of Daventre
recognizes the right of William de Morton to a moiety of half a virgate
of land and a messuage in Staverton. For this recognition the said
William gave to the said prior ^ a mark of silver. Ch. 10.

John, son of William Adam of grants to Thomas de

Fallusle in Daventr' one half acre of land in the East field of Staverton.

Dated at Daventr' the Sunday next before the nativity of St. John

the Baptist, 23 Ed. I. Ch. 32.

Convention dated 13 Ed. II, between John and Alicia



270 CALENDAR OF CHARTEKS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON,
his wife of the one part, and the prior and convent of Daventry of tlie

other part, concerning a house in the fields of Staverton.

\^Mutilated.] Gh. 50,

Mutilated deed relating to Staverton church.

[Temp. Hen. 7F.] Ch. 85.

Mutilated indenture by which "William, the prior, and convent of
Daventry demise to farm to John Couper of Daventry, yeoman, and
Robert Cokkes of Staverton, husbandman, all their tithes and oblations
within the village of Staverton for 1 2 years, paying annually for the
same 535. \d. Dated in their chapter-house 29 Sept., 7 Ed. IV.

Ch. 107.

THORP. Jac [Jaybert-2)«^c?.], the prior, and convent of Daventr
grant to Oeoffrey Caterich of Trop (Thorp) one virgate of land in the
same village, that he holds of them ; paying a mark of silver annually,
(c. 1210-20). Ch. 5.

Richard Falcleve of Throp grants to Thomas Clerk of Norton and
Simon Eyr of Falwesle all the lands and tenements, meadows,
pastures, rents, reversions, and services, with appurtenances, in the
village and fields of Throp, which he lately had by the gift and
feoffment of Thomas Barker of Scafteworth, son and heir of William
Barker formerly of Throp.

Dated at Throp, 30 July, 9 Hen. Y. Ch. 85*.

THORP, NORTON, and WELTON. Indenture made 31
October, 7 Henry VII, between Edmund Newneham, gentleman, of
the one part, and Isabel Bronfeld, widow, John Tolby and Joan his
wife of the other part, witnesseth that the said Isabel and others agree
to make a grant by fine, feoffment, or recovery, of all their lands and
tenements in Throp, Norton, and Welton, to the same Edmund and

others, in exchange for 3 messuages lying together in with

other lands in Norton aforesaid. [Mutilated.^ Ch. 147.

WELTON. Henry le Campioun of Weleton grants to Thomas
the tailor and Christiana his wife, one acre of arable and half an acre
of meadow land, in the fields of Welton.

Dated at Welton the Sunday next after the feast of St. Augustine
of the Angles, 5 Ed. II. Ch. 40.

Henry le Campyon of Welton grants to Thomas two acres

of arable land and half an acre of meadow in the fields of Welton.

Dated at Welton the Sunday after the feast of St. Augustine,
5 Ed. II. (see No. 40). Gh. 42.

Henry Campiun of Welton quit-claims to Thomas the tailor, of the
same place, all his right in three acres of arable land and half an acre
and one rood of meadow, lying in the fields of Welton.

Dated at Welton the Sunday next after the fea,st of Easter.
8 Ed. II. Gh. 43.

Anastatia, relict of Richard Lovell of Welton, quit-claims to



IN THE BODIiEIAN LIBRARY. 271

NORTHAMPTON.
Benedict de Drayton of Welton, all her right in half an acre of land
in the fields of Welton.

Dated at Welton the Sunday on the feast of Pentecost, 12 Ed. II.

Ch. 49.

Richard, son of Henry le Campioun, of Weleton near Daventr', quit-
claims to Thomas the tailor, of the same place, and Christiana his wife,
all his right in three acres of arahle land, and three roods of meadow,
in the fields of Weleton, which he had by the gift of Henry his father.
Dated at Weleton the Sunday next after the feast of St. Gregory
the Pope, 4 Ed. III. [With seal.'] Ch. 304.

Henry Eyre of Welton grants and sells to Brown of the

same place, chaplain, all his goods moveable and immoveable in a

messufige and in the village and fields of Welton.

Dated at Welton the Sunday*next after the feast of the Annuncia-
tion of the Virgin, 6 Ed. III. Ch. 62.

John Drayton of Welton and Agnes his wife grant to Simon
Taylor of Welton a messuage with a curtilage adjoining in Welton.

Dated at Welton the Monday next after the feast of St. Michael,
22 Rich. II. Ch. 83.

Inrolment of a decree of the commissary of the bishop of Lincoln in
a cause between the prior and convent of Daventry and John, the
vicar of Welton, and Richard Falcliff", jun., of the same place, con-
cerning the baptizing and burying in the chapel of Welton.

Dated 1390. [Mutilated.] Ch. 79.

Agnes Drayton of Welton, late wife of John Drayton, grants to

John Freud and John her son in Welton

5 Hen. IV. [Mutilated ?[ Ch. 87.

Agnes de Drayton, formerly wife of John Drayton, quit-claims to
Joan Frend and John her son, all her right and claim in two
messuages in Welton.

Dated at Welton the Sunday next after the feast of St. John
the Baptist, 5 Hen. IV. Ch. 88.

John Browne, clerk, and William Wright of Daventre, grant to
Thomas Slawston of Welton, near Daventre, and Joan his wife,
certain lands, tenements, &c., in Welton.

Dated at Welton, on the feast of the translation of St. Thomas
the martyr, 7 Hen. IV. Ch. 89.

Indenture witnessing that although Richard Benett of Welton
granted in fee simple to Thomas Slawston of Welton, one rood of
arable land in the fields of Welton, under Berewyn, lately the land of

John of the Hyll, and two swathes as in a charter more

plainly appears ; nevertheless upon payment of a certain sum of
money the said grant and seisin shall be null and void.

Dated at Welton the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Hilary,
9 Hen. IV. Ch. 90.

A list of amounts of tithe hay from Welton.

Dated 11 Hen. IV. ' Ch. 91.



272 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHAMPTON.
John Malary of Welton grants to John Freend of Welton and Joan
his wife, two cottages with curtilages in Welton.

Dated at Welton . . February, 6 Henry V. Ch. 96,

William Baron of Haverbozugh quit-claims to Alice, daughter of
John Slauston, late of Welton, deceased, all his right in all those lands
and tenements, meadows, and pastures, in the villages and fields of

Welton and which lately were the said John's.

Dated at Daventre, 10 Feb., 19 Hen. YI. [With seal^ Gh. 96*.

John Ayleffe, jun., of Ashebylegger, and Joan his wife, remit and
quit claim to John Frende of Welton all their right in two acres of
arable land and one rood of meadow in the field of Welton.

Dated at Welton, 8 October, 28 Hen VI. Ch. 105.

Thomas Wolff of Welton grants to Robert Levysham, formerly son
of Richard Levysham, William Assheby, John Home, Thomas Stan-
brigge, William Fenall, and William Perkyns, all the lands, tenements,
&c. in the village and fields of Welton, which were formerly the said
Richard Levysham's.

Dated at AVelton, 12 June, 14 Ed. IV. Ch. io8.

Robert, son and heir of Richard Levysham, and Alice, wife of the said
Richard, daughter and heir of Thomas Slawston of Welton, grants
to Robert Shawe all his lauds, tenements, &c., in the village and fields
of Welton, that he had by the gift of the said Alice in her widowhood,
by her charter in fee simple.

Dated at Welton, 12 Jan., 20 Ed. IV. Gh. 116.

Fragment of a charter. (7/i. 116*.

Thomas Andawode of Welton, gent., and Robert Oebynce of

Staverton, remit and quit-claim to Thomas Chadburn and others, all

right of action against them for debts, &c., to the date of this writing.

Dated 13 Hen. VII. Gh. 159.

Fragment of a quit-claim to William Catesbye, esq., of certain land
in the village and fields of Welton. Ch. 159*.

An acknowledgment of the payment of 13s. ^d. by the prior of
Daventry for a portion of the tithes of Welton, to John Goylyn,
receiver of the rents, &c. of the prior and convent of the house of Jesus
ofBethelem. Dated 12 21 Ed. IV. (7A. 118.

WELTON and DAVENTRY. John Drayton of Welton grants
to John Attewell, of the same place, chaplain, all his lands, rents, &c.,
which he had by the gift of Richard his father, in the villages and
fields of Welton and Daventr'.

Dated at Welton the Saturday on the feast of St. Luke the
evangelist, 6 Ric. II. Ch. 76.



Roll of evidences (5 in number) relating to a convention between
the prior and convent of Daventr' and Walter, son of Simon, lord of
Daventr', their patron. Dated 38 Hen. III. Rolls, 2.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY, 273

NORTHAMPTON.
The account of James Wittyngton, keeper of the chapel of the
B. V. M., from Mich. 1508, to Mich. 1509. Rolls 3.

Depositions of witnesses in a tithe cause between the prior and
convent of the monastery of St. Augustine, of Daveiitry, of the one
part, and sir Thomas de Wolwardington, rector of the church of
Lobenham, of the other. [Mutilated.^ Rolls, 4.

Proceedings before the abbot of St. James without Northampton,
upon an appeal by the prior and convent of Daventry of the one part,
and sir Thomas de Wolwardington, rector of Lobenhan, of the other.

Dated 1322.
On the back of the roll are entered two documents concerning a
claim to the tithes of a certain culture called ' Chardounbottes' within
the tithing of Bissebrok, before the official of Lincoln, in a cause
between the prior and convent of Daventry of the one part, and
William de Bellofago, rector of Leyton, of the other.

Dated 132 1. Rolls, 5.

"Writs of King Edward II, with decree of John, bishop of Lincoln,
in the cause between the prior and convent of Daventry and sir
Thomas Wolwardynton, rector of Lobenham.
Dated from the 7th to the i6th of Ed. 11.

[5 documents mutilated^ Rolls ^ 6,

Mutilated document, dated at Haddon 2 Kl. December, 1286, being
a judgment given by the precentor of the church of St. Frideswide
and the abbot of Dorchester, judges delegated by the papal see, to
determine a cause moved between the prior and convent of Daventry
of the one part, and William, the rector of Braybrok, of the other
part, concerning an annual pension of 4s. Rolls, 7,



NORTHUMBEELAND.

CHIBBORN. Letters Patent of King Edward VI, tested at
Westminster 2 May, 7 of his reign, granting to John Wytherington
of Wytherington, kt., and Cuthbert Musgrave of Harbottell, arm.,
in consideration of the payment of .£756 17s, id., the manor and its
appurtenances of Chibbourne, co. Northd., late the possession of the
preceptory of St. John the Baptist, York, and of the hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem. [ With seal.^ Northumberland Charters, 3,

NEWCASTLE on TYNE. Will and probate of Lancelot
Bowett of Newcastle on Tyne, hoastman.

Will dated 25 September, 1641. Probate dated nth January,
1641. Ch. I.

Will and codicil of Roger Lawson, of Newcastle on Tyne, draper.
Will dated 3 April, 1654. Probate 8 July, 1654. Ch. 2.

WHYTOSUM. Grant from John, King of Scotland, to John d«

T



274 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

NORTHUMBERLAND.
Lisle foi* his homage and service, of the whole of his land in Whytosum,



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