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Dated at Oxford . . . next after the feast of St. Giles, 1277. Ch. 105,

Convention between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the one
part, and John de Hoton, proctor of Michael de Norhampton, rector
of Beckeley, of the other part, concerhing the tithes which the said
abbot and convent were accustomed to receive in the parish of
Beckeley of the fee of the king of the Romans.

Dated at ..... on the vigil of the assumption B.V.M., 1260.

Oseney Ch. 309.

BOKHAMPTON, co. Bucks. Isabella, daughter of Hubert
Hopefort, grants to John her son, for his homage and service, that
messuage which Edmund Pes held in Bokhamptun, which her father
gave to her in frank-marriage, paying annually to her and her heirs
one penny for all service, (c. 1200-10.) Ch. 70 d.

Robert, son of Robert de Lente, grants to John his brother, for his
homage and service, all that land with appurtenances which Isabella



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 301

OXFORD,
his mother gave to him in Bokhamtun in her widowhood, and which
was given to her by Robert his father in frank-marriage, (c. 1200-10.)

Ch. "joe.

BRILL, CO. Bucks. Confirmation by K. Stephen to the church

and canons regular of St. Frideswide in frankahnoigne of the chapel of

Breohilla with all that belongs to it, as it was held in the times of Kinoj

Edward, King William his grandfather, and King Henry his uncle.

Dated at Oxford, (c. 11 35.) Ch. 58.

CHURCHILL. William de Mandeville having been cited by

authority of Pope Celestine III, before the abbots of Abingdon and

Reading, to answer to the canons of St. Frid. concerning the tithe of

hay of the whole village of Cerchil, grants the same to them for ever.

(c. 1 195.) Oh. 61.

Composition between Simon, the prior, and convent of St. Frid.,
and the monks of Bruern, concerning the tithes of grain and hay in
the village of Cercell'. [Simon, prior, 12 19-1227.] Ch. 76.

Juliana ...... in her widowhood grants to Nicholas de Nouers, her

son and heir, the whole of her land in Norton, also the whole advowson
of the church of Cercell, (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 75.

Matthew Gilgas, of Cercell, grants to the church of St. Frid. in
frankalmoigne land 50 ft. in length and the same in breadth, with free
entrance and exit, and three feet to build a wall around the same.

Witness. Nicholas de Noers. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 87.

Nicholas de Noers grants to William de Staner .... his armsbearer
[armigero meo], for his homage and service, one virgate of land in the
fields of Cercelle, namely that virgate which Richard Albus formerly
held, and all the buttes of land under ' Hurnardesberewe ' which the
said Richard held, which extend themselves towards the bound of
Norton, to hold the same at an annual rent of one penny. For this
donation the said William gave five marks of silver, (c. 1230-40.)

Ch. 98.

Letter of Henry, bp. of Lincoln, setting forth that William Grom,
perpetual vicar of Chirchehille, and the prior and convent of St. Frid.,
Oxon, have notified to him the composition for the endowment of the
vicarage of Chirchehille.

Dated in .... , 27 August, 1398, and ist year of his consecration.

Ch. 129.

COWLEY. Charter (fragment of) by William

.... in Covele

Dated at Chyrche Covele the Monday next after the feast of
St. Michael, 7 Ric. II. Ch. 128.

DENFORD. Reginald, son of Reginald de Cain, grants to the
prior and convent of St. Frideswide, one place of a meadow which is
called * Repham,' near Denford, and extends itself towards the east to
the end of a certain meadow of the prior and convent at Edineton.



302 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
For this charter the prior and convent gave to the said Reginald five
marks sterling, (c. 1280-1290.) . Gh. ()g.

ELSFIELD. Hugh, son of William de Helsefield, grants to the
church and canons of St. Frideswide in frankalmoigne, with the
consent of Philip, his brother and heir, the whole of his land in Oxford
near the church of St. Peter in the east, by the east gate of Oxford.
Also he grants to them 4 acres of arable land of his lordship in Helse-
feld, for the health of his soul, and in remission and redemption of his
sins which he has contracted to this present, because of the short
payment of tithes for the 2 acres in Longeforlang near the grange of
the canons at Elsfeld and another two acres near the acre of Ralph
Dispensator. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 71.

"VYilliam, son of William de Strafford, with the assent of Benedicta
his wife, and heirs, grants to Richard Walebrun, one virgate of land in
Elsefeld which Robert the sheriff held ; j^aying annually 4s. for all
service. For this grant the said Richard gave to him 4s. j^d. and to his
wife one besant. (c. 1220-30.) [^Vith seal.'] Ch. "joc.

Gregory de Acsted grants to Richard Clare, earl of Gloucester and

Hertford, all his claim in the land of Brodston of the tenement

of John Lettore at Elsefield. (c. 1220-30.) [Mutilated.] CA. 74.

Richard de St. Frideswyde, rector of the church of St. Michael,
at the south gate, Oxford, grants to the church and canons of St.
Frid. for ever, 10 acres of arable land in Elsefield, which Stephen le
Despenser sold him, together with the dowry of his mother Dyonis',
when it falls in.

Witnesses. Sir Hugh de Placetis and sir Fulk de Ricote, knights,
(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 100.

Convention made between William Thursteyn of Mershton and John
le . . . of Ellesfeld and Agnes his wife, concerning ten acres of land in
Ellesfeld. [Mutilated.]

Dated at Ellesfeld the Friday on the feast of St. Matthew the
apostle, 18 Ed. II. Ch. 116.

HEADINGTON. Hugo de Plugenait grants to the church and
canons of St. Frideswide the whole of his culture of 3 2 acres of arable
land in Hedindon, extending along the way as you go from Marston to
Oxford, and another culture of 1 6 acres of arable land which lies between
Algheresdich and Bealegam ; for this grant the said canons gave 405.
of the money of their church, (c. 1210-20.) Ch. )o.

HUDDEN in Hungerford. Commission from Pope Celestine III,
addressed to the archdeacon of Berks and others, to determine a cause
in which the prior and convent of St. Frideswide claim tithes from
the manor of Edynton and in Hungerford, about which differences
existed between them and [Rvhhed and illegible^] Ch. 67.

Alice, relict of Reginald de Chaune, grants to the church and canons
of St. Frideswide, Oxford, in frankalmoigne, one acre of land which
lies in Westerslade, between the land of the said prior and convent on
cither side in the fields of Hudden for ever. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 96.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBKARY. 303

OXFORD.
Reginald, son of Reginald de la Hyde, grants to master John
Gereberd of Oddestok and John his son, the whole of his land and
tenement which he has in *la Hide' near Hudden in the parish of
Hungerford. For this donation the said John and John his son gave
beforehand lo marks sterling.

Dated at New Sarum the Tuesday on the feast of All Saints, 34
Ed. I. Ch. 112.

Sir Henry le Tyeys remits and quit-claims to the prior and convent
of St. Frideswide all his right in one tenement called * la Hide ' and
in i\ carucates of land and 12 acres of wood in Huddene and
Edeneton.

Dated at Chilton the Sunday on the feast of St. Michael, 8 Ed. II.

Ch. 114.

Alan, brother and heir of Stephen de Hanvill, remits and quit-claims
to the prior and convent of St. Frideswide all his right in all lands,
tenements, &c., in * la Hyde ' near Huddon in the parish of Hungerford,
together with a messuage and 10 acres of land in Edyneton.

Dated at Westminster the Saturday next after the feast of St. Luke,
10 Ed. n. Ch. 115.

Mutilated membrane containing the (i) decision of ,

dated at Abyndon, 7 Ides ,1331, and (2) the decision of the

bp. of Salisbury (1), both relating to the right of the prior and convent
of St. Frid. to the tithes, &c. of their manor of Hungerford.

No. (2) dated at Sarum the Nones ,1331. Ch. 117.

ICKFORD. Alexander, the prior, and convent of St. Frideswide,
demise to Walter the smith of Wrmehal and Matilda his wife, nine
acres of arable land in the fields of Little Icford, and i acre and i rood
of pasture in the fields of Great Icford ; paying annually to the priory
for the same 55.

Dated at Oxford the Friday next after the feast of St, Barnabas,
apostle, 28 Ed. I. Ch. iii.

KIRTLINGTON. Thomas, son of Fulk, grants to John, son of
Clement of Kirlinton, that messuage in Kirlinton which William the
clerk held of his fee, and one acre of land above Ruemere, and another
acre of land in Waterfelde ; paying annually one pound of pepper for
all service. For this donation the said John gave one mark of silver,
(c. 1210-20.) [With seal.] Ch. *jo a.

Thomas de Grava, son of Fulk de Kertlintun, grants to John, son of
Clement, and his heirs, half a virgate of land in Kertlintun, which
Clement, the father of the said John, held of Fulk his father ; to hold
the same half virgate, with two acres of meadow in Brilfontun, and
appurtenances, (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 706.

Simon, the prior, and convent of St. Frid., grant to John, son of
Clement, a moiety of that half virgate of land, with the whole of a
messuage and appurtenances in Kertlinton, which Thomas de Grava
gave them ; paying annually to them one pound of pepper. (Simon,
prior. 1219-27.) Ch, 78.



304 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
LEDHAIjL. Robert de Thumel', with the assent of his wife and
heirs, grants to the church and canons regular of St. Frideswide in
frankalmoigne, the whole of his wood which he has near the wood of
Ledhal, namely that which extends itself to the * breche ' of the abbot
of Oseney towards the south, towards the north as far as into the
valley (vallem) which is called "Widenden, and from Widenden, as the
way extends itself as far as to the oak which is called ' brodehoc,'
which stands in the middle of the valley of Widenden, and from
' brodehoc,' as the way which is called ' Esturebroderode,' extending itself
a« far as in 'Lacum/ which is called 'Harse.' (c. 1230-40.) €h. 83.

OAKLEY, Bucks. John, son of Robert Russel of Acle (Oakley),

remits and quit-claims to Agatha all his right and claim

in Oakley. [A fragi7ient.~\ Ch. 9 1 .

OAKLEY, BRILL, and BORSTALL, Bucks. Robert de
Thorneston, the prior, and convent of St. Frideswide, ordain canon
Roger de Tetlesworth their proctor to receive from the dean and
chapter of Lincoln their confirmation of the appropriation of the
church of Accleya, with the chapels of Brehill and Borstall lately
granted by the bp. of Lincoln.

Dated in their chapter the Monday next after the feast of Inven-
tion of the Holy Cross, 1339. Ch.. I ig.

OXFORD (All Saints). Simon, the prior, and convent of St.
Frideswide, grant to John Padi and his heirs the land which was
Tholomei's in the parish of All Saints, situated between the land of
Walter the miller and the cemetery of All Saints, at an annual rent
of 45. For this grant the said John gave 3 marks of silver.

Witness. Philip the miller. (Simon, prior, 12 19-12 2 7.) (7A. 77.

OXFORD (Holiwell). Mandate of Henry, son of King Henry II,
to Henry the forester, that he shall cause the ditch in the fields near
Holywell to be repaired, so that no injury may be caused to the free
tenants of St. Frid. nor to their lasher, (c. 1160.) Ch. 59.

OXFORD (St. Aldate). Agreement between Hugh, the abbot,
and convent of Abbendon, and the prior and convent of St. Frideswide,
for the settlement of a dispute respecting the right of presentation to
the church of St. Aldad ; viz. that they will present in common, or in
case of disagreement by turn, the prior and convent having the first
nomination, (c. 12 10.) Ch. 73.

S., the prior, and convent of St. Frideswide, grant and demise to
Copin, the Jew, of Worcester, the whole of their land which was
Robert Trezemar's, which he had sold to the Jews, which lies between
that land which was Anketil le Wanter's and the land which the said
Copin bought of Segar, in the parish of St. Aldate's, Oxford ; paying
annually iiijc?. The said Copin gave to St. Frideswide in exchange
that land, with appurtenances and edifices, which was Nicholas Gulp's,
which land the said Nicholas had acquired against Geoffrey Lutum and
Alice his wife before Stephen de Segrave and Walter de Beauchamp,
justices itinerant. Besides the said Copin gave in exchange that



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 305

OXFORD,
land, with appurtenances, which was Ralph Plente's, near the land of
Nicholas Gulp on the north part, in the said parish.

Witness. John Pady, then mayor of Oxford, (c. 1230.) Ch. 81.

Letters patent of K. Richd. II, granting to the prior and convent
of St. Frideswide a licence to hold lands, tenements, and rents, in
St. Aldate, Oxford, in mortmain.

Dated at Salop, 31 January, 21 of his reign. (1398.) Ch. 130.

OXFORD (St. Clement). Walter de Cherlton grants to the
church and canons of St. Frideswide, in frankalmoigne, that land, with
appurtenances, which he held of them, and for which he was accustomed
to pay annually lod., in the parish of St. Clement, between the land
of the Templars, which he held of the Templars, and the land of
Richard and Thomas Franckll'.

Witness. Adam Feteplace, then mayor of Oxford, (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 130*.

John de Wodestok and Lucy his wife quit-claim for ever to Thomas,
son of Adam de Huntindon, and his heirs, all their right in that place
and half an acre of land with appurtenances, and the growing crop,
which lies in Bruggesete, between the land of Robert Aumfrey on the
one part, and the land of Richard Herin on the other part, in Brugge-
sete, in the parish of St. Clement, without the east gate of Oxford,
(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 131*.

Fragment of an indenture between the prior and convent of St. Frid.

of one part, and John and Agnes his wife of the other part. . . .

two tofts in Bruggesete between land and the way you go to

the river Cherwell, for 60 years, paying annually

Dated 16 Hen. IV. [Mutilated.] Ch. 132.

OXFORD (St. Edward). Henry Stanford of Oxford grants to
Richard de la Sale, chaplain, John de Brighthampton, John de
Wynchendon, and Arnulph de Deneworth one messuage, with appur-
tenances, in Oxford, in the parish of St. Edward the martyr, be-
tween a tenement of the abbot and convent of Eynesham of the one
part, and the land of the prior and convent of St. Frideswide on the
other.

Witnesses. Richard de Selewode, then mayor of Oxford, John
de Alston and John Peggy, then bailiffs.

Dated at Oxford, 11 January, 21 Ed. III. Ch. 124.

OXFORD (St. Frideswide). Fragment of a charter, in which

Robert Bodyn grants to the church of St. Frideswide in frankalmoigne

one seld in the lane called ' Hamile,' in the parish of St. Frideswide.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 102.

OXFORD (St. Martin). Charter by which Geoffrey, son of

Geoffrey the mercer, grants to Richard a shop situated in the

parish of St. Martin, Oxford.

Witnesses mayor, William de Burchester and Richard

de Waleden, bailiffs. (1304.) [Mutilated.] Ch. log.



306 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
Fragment of a charter, by which [Agnes] the wife of Richard de
Staunton grants to [John Bibury] a shop in the parish of St. [Martin].
"Witnesses. William de Burchestre, mayor of Oxford, Henry

Stodle and John Gunwardby, bailiffs.
Dated at Oxford .... next after the feast of St. Gregory, 3 (^)
Ed. in. [Mutilated.] Ch. 121.

Richard de Staunton quit-claims to John de Bibury all his right in
a shop and all that belongs to it in the parish of St. Martin.

Witnesses. William de Burchestre, mayor of Oxford, Henry de
Stodle and John de Gunwardby, bailiffs.

Dated at Oxford the Thursday next after the feast of St

3(?)Ed. in. Ch. 120.

Richard, son and heir of John de Staunton, formerly skinner, of
Oxford, quit-claims to Stephen de Adyngton of Oxford, all right which
he has in one shop situated in the parish of St. Martin, between a tene-
ment of the abbess and convent of Godstowe on the north, and a
tenement of John de Heyford on the south.

Witnesses. Andrew de Wormenhale, then mayor, John de

Bybury and William Wyth, then bailiffs of Oxford.
Dated 20 March, ... Ed. IIL Ch. 121*.

An indenture by which the president and fellows of Magdalen
College of the one part, and the prior and convent of St. Frideswide
of the other, agree that all actions &c. shall cease, and that the
president and fellows of Magdalen College shall grant a fishery in the
river Cherwell from Estbryge unto a certain place called the Aytte, in
exchange for one house or tenement near the * quadrivium,' Oxon.
Temp. Hen. Vn. [Mutilated.] Ch. 137.

OXFORD (St. Mary the Virgin). Ralph, the abbot, and convent
of Derham undertake to pay to the prior and convent of St. Frides-
wide half a mark annually for that house formerly Hugh de St.
German's in Oxford, and given to the said abbot and convent by H.
archbishop of Canterbury, in frankalmoigne. (c. 1205-10.) Ch. 65.

Richard the goldsmith grants to John Log, with the assent of his
wife Youda, the half of the land which was John and Benedict Ailnoth's,
namely that half towards the north, in the way called Schidert, in the
parish of St. Mary, Oxon; paying annually for the same 2s. 6d.
For this grant the said John gave one pound of pepper, (c. 1210-20.)

Ch. 65*.

Master Martin de Blechesdon grants to John Pileth an annual rent
of Sd. from the house which was Nicholas Sokedi ... in the parish of
St. Mary. (c. 1210-20) [Mutilated.] Ch. 8^*.

William, son of Alexander, grants to Robert, son of Laurence, the

whole of his with an edifice thereon, namely that between the

land of Stephen the clerk and the land of the abbot of Oseney, in
St. Mary's parish, Oxford ; paying to the lords of the fee xiiijc?., and
to the church, in frankalmoigne, xijf/. (c. 1220-30.) [Mutilated.]

Ch. 86.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 307

OXFORD.
Richard, the goldsmith, of Oxford, grants to John Log that messuage
with appurtenances, in Shidyerdestret, in the parish of St. Mary the
Virgin, which is on the south part, near to another messuage which
he holds of the said Richard, at the corner of the land extending itself
from the church of St. Edward ; paying annually for the same 6s. 6d.
For this demise the said John gave i lb. of cummin, (c. 1220-30.)

Ch. 69.

Peter, son of John Log, grants to the church and canons of St.
Frideswide, in frankalmoigne, the whole of that land which his father
held of Richard the goldsmith, in the parish of St. Mary the Virgin,
Oxon, and the whole of the land which he held of the brethren of the
Hospital of St. Bartholomew in Sidyerd Strete, and the whole of the
land which he held of the church of St. Edward in the same parish.
Witnesses. Geoffrey de Stocwell, mayor, "William de Wutton and
William Pinneferdthing, provosts of Oxford. (1238.) Ch. 84.

Warine de Dorkecestr' grants to Reginald le Macon, of Abendon,
the whole of that land, with appurtenances, which lies between the
land of the abbot of Enesham and the land of John Pilet in the parish
of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford, together with the wall between it and
the land of John Pilet, paying annually to the said John Pilet 6d.
For this grant the said Reginald paid 9 marks sterling. And know that
after the death of Warine de Dorkecestr,' his wife Juliana shall not
claim dower in the said land because he had assigned to her dower in
his land which is in the lane near the land of Roger Noifs, in the parish
of St. Abbe. (c. 1240.) Ch. 84*.

Memorandum that Robert, the prior, and convent of St. Frideswide
have received in the 6th year of King Ed. 1. nine marks of silver from
sir Bogo de Clare by the hands of Walter de Chause, his bailiff of
Halywell, for a house in St. John Street, which is called ' Cestre,' also
one mark arrears from a house called ' le Oriole,' in St. Mary's, Oxford ;
also an arrear of i2d. for the area between 'le Oriole' and the house
which is called ' Cestre,' in which area was a certain house formerly
called * Tacharie.' ~ Ch. iCj.

Thomas de Legh of Oxford, called town clerk, confirms to the prior
and convent of St. Frideswide the donations of his ancestors, not-
withstanding the statute of mortmain, namely i6d. from a tenement
in Grope lane which was John le Hore's, situate between the gate
* del Oriole ' and a tenement of the said prior and convent ; and 55.
from a messuage in the High street, formerly Simon Whyth's, situate
between a tenement of the said prior and convent and a tenement
formerly Henry de Edrop's ; and 2S. from a messuage in the suburbs
of Oxford called Plomerhalle, situate without the south gate, between
a tenement of the said prior and convent and a tenement of the
donors, and ^d. from a tenement in the way called ' Shidierd,' formerly
the said Simon s, between a manse of Oriole and a tenement of Adam
le Bocbyndere.

Dated at Oxford, i February, 1 4 Ed. III. [ With seal] CA. 1 2 5*.

The will of Richard de Hunsyngore, clerk, rector of South Newenton,

X 2



308 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
Oxfordshire ; he leaves {inter alia) to master Nicholas, sou of William
de Burcestre, his godson, his seld situated in the high street near the
door of the house in which the said Walter lives, which he bought of
John de Maydeston ; also to Robert de Hunsyngore his servant, his
tenement in the parish of St. Aldate in the high street, between a
tenement formerly William Spaldyng's on the north, and a tenement
of John Saucers on the south, which tenement he bought of the
executors of Robert de Wormenhale.

Dated at South Newenton the Thursday next after the feast of

1337-

Also he gives and bequeaths his tenement situated in the way called
Shydzerd, Oxon, between a tenement of the prior and convent of St.
Frid. on the south, and a tenement of the abbess and convent of
Godstowe on the north, and also his tenement in the street of St.
John which he bought of John de Croxford, to be sold, and the money
employed for the celebration of masses in the church of South
Newenton.

Attached to this will is a mandate from Gilbert de Bruera, dean
of St. Paul's, to .... de Mora, proctor of the archdeacon of Ox-
ford, and to the dean of Oxford (in consequence of the archdeacon
being in foreign parts) to grant administration.

Dated at London, 5 Kl. June, 1337. [TFi^^ seals.^ Ch. 126*.

An extent of all the lands and tenements which were William de
Hunsyngore's of the county of Oxford, within the town of Oxford,
22 June, 19 Ed. Ill, made before John de Olneye and John de St.
Frideswyda, bailiffs of the said town, 6 December, 24 Ed. Ill, by virtue
of a certain return to a writ of the said king directed to the bailiffs
by the sheriff of Oxford, to deliver the same to Richard de Melton,
parson of the church of St. Ebbe, Oxon, for a debt of £40 acknow-
ledged before Henry de Stodlegh, mayor, and William de Cornwall,
clerk, by the oaths of John de Falle and others, who say that the said
William had, the said 22 day of June, one messuage in the way called
Shidiard, between a tenement of the prior and convent of St. Frideswyde
on the south, and a tenement of the abbess and convent of Godstowe
on the north, value beyond reprises i6s. And one messuage which is
situated at the east head of the aforesaid messuage, and extends to the
way called Seint Jones strete, value beyond reprises 4s. Ch. 1 2*.

Copy of the precept addressed to the sheriff of Oxon concerning
the lands of William de Hunsingore, in his bailiwick, 19 Ed. II.

■;^'CA. 13.

Memorandum: — that 23 April, 48 Ed. Ill, in St. Paul's church,
London, it was agreed that the house of St. Frideswyde, who had
sued University College in the Exchequer for X12 105. arrears of
certain annual rents of 8s. Sd. issuing from certain tenements in
Oxford, viz. Durham now University Hall, ijs., from Lodelowe Hall,
1 2d., Hampton Hall, anciently called Bodyns, 55., and from certain
land in Kibold street, for peace, shall accept from the said college
the sum of 10 marks, viz. 5 marks at the Nativity and 5 marks at
Michaelmas following, and acquit them from the arrears. Ch. 126.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 309

OXFORD.
OXFORD (St. MichaePs, South). William, son of William
Astel, burgess of Oxford, grants and leaves to the church and canons
of St. Frideswide, in frankalmoigne, with his body to be buried, the
whole of that messuage which he holds of them at 45. annual rent, in
the parish of St. Michael South, Oxford.

Witnesses. Walter, dean of Oxford, Robert, chaplain of St.
Michael's South, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 97.

Richard de St. FridesAvyde grants to John his son a messuage in the
parish of St. Michael's South, Oxford, between a tenement of Thomas
le Cha on either side.

Witnesses. William [de Burchestre] then mayor of Oxford, Stephen

de Adynton and Simon de Gloucester, bailiffs.



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