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Dated at Oxford the Thursday after the feast of St. Leonard,
confessor, 5 Ed. IIL Ch. 118.

William Spayne of Oxford confirms to John de St, Frideswyde of
Oxford, two messuages in the parish of St. Michael South, Oxford, of
which one messuage is situate between the tenement of John de
Aleston on the east, and a certain vacant place of Thomas le Mareschal
on the west ; and the other messuage is situated near the place which
is called ' le Shulvyngstole,' between a tenement of the abbess and
convent of Godstow of the one part, and a tenement of Adam de
Remyngton on the other.

Dated at Oxford, 5 May, 23 Ed. III.

Witnesses. Richard Gary, mayor of Oxford, John de Bedeford
and William de Saunford, bailiffs. Gh. 125.

Convention between Richard Sewy of Oxford of the one part,
and Philip, the prior, and convent of St. Frideswide of the other part,
witnesseth that whereas the said Richard acquired a certain tenement
situated in the parish of St. Michael without the south gate, as you go
from the highway without the south gate into Overhe lane, on the left
hand to the corner of Overhe lane, from which tenement the said prior
and convent or the chief lords of the fee were accustomed to receive
32(Z. annual rent j by the agreement for a certain consideration the
prior and convent release all claim to arrears of the said rent.

Dated at Oxford the Sunday next after the feast of Annunciation

B.V.M., 8 Rich. II. [With seal.'] Ch. 127*.

Richard Walker, prior of St. Frideswide, acknowledges to have

received of the provost of Queen's College 14s., annual rent for a

tenement and four curtilages in the parish of St. Michael's South,

Oxford. Dated in the feast of 8 Hen. VII. Ch. 136.

OXFORD (St. Mildred). Richard, son of Lawrence, son of
Harding, with the assent of Agatha his mother and Robert his brother,
confirms to the church and canons of St. Frideswide, in frankalmoigne,
the land which his father bought of Roger de Warewyk in the parish
of St. Mildred, Oxford, which land lies between the land which Thomas
son of Beatrice holds, and the land which Matthew the shoemaker
holds, which land William Huse holds of them.

(c. 1180-90.) Gh. 64.



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OXFORD.
Jolm Halegod of Oxford grants to Thomas de "Winton, clerk, his
two houses which lie between the land of Walter Feteplace on the one
part, and the land of Thomas de Bedeford on the other, in the parish
of St. Mildred, Oxon, paying to him and his heirs annually one penny.
For this donation the said Thomas gave 40 pounds sterling.
Witness. Adam Feteplace, then mayor of Oxford.

(c. 1250-60.) Gh. 93.

OXFORD (St. Peter le Bailey). Alice Yiel grants to Adam
Cruste the whole of her land between the land of Simon de London and
the land which was Margaret's, who was the wife of John de Blokesham,
in the parish of St. Peter, towards the castle, (c. 1 240-50.) Ch. 93 6.

OXFORD (Stockwelle Mede). Composition between David,
rector of St. Michael's, at the south gate, Oxford, and the prioress and
convent of Littlemore, concerning the tithes of Stockwelle Mede.

Dated May, 1247. Ch. 89.

Elizabeth, who was the wife of sir William de Monteacute, ap-
points William de Mershton, her attorney, to deliver seisin of a
meadow called ' le Stokwelmed,' which meadow lies under the priory
of St. Frideswide on the north, and the course of the water of the
Thames on the south, in the county of Berks, to John, the prior, and
convent of St. Frideswide and their successors, according as it appears
by the tenor of her charter made to the said prior and convent.

Dated at London, 6 August, 20 Ed. III. Ch. 122.

The first ordination of the chantrey founded in the church of St.

Frideswide, by the Lady Elizabeth Monteacute, for two secular priests.

Dated in the chapter-house of the priory, 14 Kl. March, 1347,

and confirmed by John, bp. of Lincoln, 11 Kl. March, same

year. [Mutilated.] Ch. 123.

OXFORD. Mutilated charter by which the prior and canons of

St. Frideswide grant to which the said Heilnulf held of

them, namely for 2Sd. annually.

Witnesses. Lawrence son of Simeon, William the goldsmith,
Richard the goldsmith, William brother of Anketill.
(c. 1170-80.) Ch. 62.

Philip, the prior, and convent of St. Frideswide grant to Walter,
Bon of Nigell Pill, the seld which William, son of the praetor, held of

them of the fee of William sel ; paying annually for the same

I OS. [Philip prior, 11 80-1 188.] Ch. 66.

Proceedings in a suit in which the prior and convent of St. Frid.
are plaintiffs, and sir Fulk, kt., and certain others defendants.
Dated 8 Pope Honorius III, i.e. 1224.

[Partly decayed.] Ch. 79.

An Inspeximus of Robert de Marsh, dean of Lincoln, of a con-
firmation by William, formerly bp. of Lincoln, of the churches,



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OXFORD,
pensions, and tithes, appropriated to the prior and convent of St.
Frideswide.

Dated at Berencestr, 4 Nones December, 1259. Ch. 95.

Bull of Pope Celestine III against the bishop and archdeacon
holding a visitation of the monastery of St. Frideswide, contrary to
the provisions of the Lateran Council.

Dated at Lateran 14 Kl. October, 3rd year of his pontificate.
(1149.) (77^.68.

Bull of Pope Alexander lY giving authority to the prior and
convent of St. Frideswide, who (with the bishop of Hereford) had been
bound in a sum of 100 marks for the benefit of the king, to indemnify
themselves out of the tenths payable to the king, unless he should
meet his engagement. Dated ... [42 Hen. III.] Ch. 94.

Fragment of a grant by which Geoffrey grants to the

prior and convent of St. Frid

AVitnesses Waner and Alured le Specer, provosts, Nich.

de Stockwell, Adam under the wall. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 92,

The prior and convent of St. Frid. undertake, under pain of a fine, not
to interfere in an action by the abbot and convent of St. Albans, in
which John de Plecetis and Thomas de Cantelupe are concerned.

Dated Ch. 113.

Fragment of a charter by which John Sewy of Oxford remits and

quit-claims Hugh le Rede

of Oxford

Witness. John Culverd, mayor of Oxford. Ch. 108.

Writ from K. Hen. Ill to the collectors of the 20ths in the
counties of Oxford, Berks, and Bucks, commanding them not to enter
upon or distrain for the said 2oths the goods or chattels of the prior
and convent of St. Frid. or their villeins in the said counties.

Dated at Winchester, 10 December, 55 Hen. III. Ch. 10 1.

Mutilated charter, dated 6 Ed. II. Ch. 113*.

Copy of a clause in an Inspeximus charter dated i Hen. Ill, i. e.
1216, of the confirmations of privileges to the prior and canons of
St. Frid. by King Henry III and his father King John.

[^'emp. Ed. III.] Ch. 127.

Fragment of a charter. [Teyn^p. John.] Ch. 88.

Memorandum (mutilated) that at the visitation of H., bp. of Lincoln,
by the archdeacon in the church of Lincoln, the prior and convent
exhibited their instruments for the appropriation of certain churches,
chapels, and the chantry of Montague in the church of St. Frid. &c.

[c. 1 398-1404.] Ch. 131.

Description of the ancient boundaries of the city of Oxford, written

in French. Temp. Hen. VI, viz :
" These are the boundaries and extent of the liberty of the town
of Oxford, commencing at the pile bridge ijyount tretahle) above



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OXFORD.
Petypount, and following by the course of the river Charwell as far as
to a ditch called ' Creddelak,' otherwise * Mountagueslake/ running
between the meadow of St. Frideswide, which meadow is within the
said liberty, and the meadow called Mountaguesmede, which ditch
separates the counties of Oxford and Berks, and the said ditch runs as
far as the Thames at * Grauntpount,' running under an arch called
' Dencheworthesebowe,' and thus along the Thames, between the friars
preachers who are within the said town, and a meadow called
* Erlicheseyt ' and the " meadow of the abbey of Abingdon, which
meadows are without the said liberty, and the meadow called
Kingesraede which is within the said liberty, and thus as far as to
the passage to Henxseie, and from thence as far as to a ditch called
' Soundreseyes lake,' and beyond as far as to the mills of Botele, and
from thence as far as to ' AVowelake,' and from thence and from the
isles of Wyke, Bunsey, Midley, Cropley, and Portmanseyt, which isles
are all within the said liberty, and thus as far as to the bridge of
Godstowe. And the said liberty descends from the said bridge to
"Wolgarcote, and from thence as far as to a ditch called la'Grenediche,
and beyond this to Charewell, which runs from Halywell and the
hospital of St. John, as far as to the said pile bridge above Pety-
pount, the which Halywell and hospital are within the said liberty."

Gh. 133*.

Letters of pardon granted by K. Hen. VI to the prior and convent
of St. Frideswide.

Dated at Westminster, 26 June, 24 Hen. VL Ch. 134.

Letters of pardon granted by K. Henry YI to the prior and
convent of St. Frideswide.

Dated at Westminster, 12 November, 34 Hen. VI. Ch. 135.

King Henry VIII, by letters sealed, confirms the union and in-
corporation of the churched or chapels of Hedyngton, Merston,
Byndesey, Churchill, Fry te well, Ellsfylde, Wornall^ Oclee, Bryll,
Borstall, Overwinchindon, Fallewysley, Great and Little Preston,
Welton, West Haddon, Stratton, Norton, Coldeassheby, Daventre,
Throppe, Throppe-Mondewell, Foxston, Stalforde, Byssebroke, Chyche-
ley, Newporte Paynell, Ascewodde, Wyllyn, Sandeforde, Wodde pery,
Douton basset, Ragdale Aston, Bromyngham, Rudeby and Wettwange,
in Lincoln, Lichfield, and York dioceses ; also annual portions from
the churches or parishes of St. Giles without the walls of Oxford,
Fulthorn, Beckeley, Lovyngham, Uppelamborn, and Sonyngwell, in
the dioceses of Lincoln and Salisbury, formerly belonging to the
suppressed monasteries of St. Frideswide, Tyckford, Littlemore, and
Can wall ; made by Thomas Crumwell, K.G., to King Henry VIII's
college in Oxford.

Dated 31 July, 1537, and 29 year of his reign.

[With seal] Ch. 138*.



PIDINGTON. Indenture witnessing that Richard Oxenford,
prior of the church of St. Frideswide, and the canons of the same.



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OXFORD,
demise to Robert James, esq., and Katherine his wife, their wood and
underwood of Pedynton for sixteen years.

Dated at Oxford on the feast of St. Peter ad. vine, 5 Hen. Y.

Ch. 133.

ROLLRIGHT. Copy of a charter by which William, the prior,
and the convent of St. Frideswide grant to the prior and canons of
Norton the whole of their land ' in hamello ' in Rollendrith, and also
that virgate of land in Churchull which they had of the gift of Baldwin
de Paries, paying annually for the same 275. 6d.

Dated 1248, on the morrow of SS. Simon and Jude. Ch. 90.

THOMELEY. Robert de Thumel' grants to the church and
canons of St. Frideswide, in frankalmoigne, 134 acres of arable land in
the village of Thomley, in a culture which is called ' Sortelanda.'

(c, 1250-60.) [A fragment^ Ch. 80.

WALLINGFORD, co. Berks. Philip, the prior, and convent of
St. Frideswide grant to William, son of Salewi of Walingford, the
whole of a messuage which was Christian's the priest, paying annually
for the same 3s. (c. 1180-90.) Ch. 63.

WITNEY. Power of attorney from William Baker, citizen and
haberdasher of London, granted to John, prior of St. Frid., giving him
authority to receive and recover in his name of Christiana Fryse,
widow of Thomas Fryse of Long Wytney, clothier, deed, the sum of
five pounds unjustly detained from the said William in violation of
a bond given by the said Thomas.

Dated 152 1. [Mutilated^ Ch. 138.

WORMENHALE. Henry, son of William, son of Goce of Worrae-
hal, with the consent of his wife, grants to Stephen Totiluse for his
homage and service, a messuage which Helyas Groce held in Worme-
hale, and 3 acres of land in the field of the same village, also one
virgate lying under the said messuage, to hold the same to him and
his heirs at an annual rent of 2s. (c. 1200-12 10.) Ch. 60.

William, son of Helias, grants to the church and canons of St.
Frideswide, in frankalmoigne, the church of Wormenhale with terri-
tories, crofts, and areas adjacent, with one virgate and a half of land
in the same village ; also he confirms the gift of Otvelus of the island,
likewise of 2 acres which Joce gave to the same church.

(c. 1 200-1 2 10.) [Mutilated^ Ch. 72.

William, son of Helias, grants to the church and canons of St.
Frideswide the church of Wurmenhale with appurtenances in wood,
plain, meadows, and pastures, with a virgate of land and the whole
of the tithes, witb^ a croft and 6 acres of land which Otvellus of the
island {^ de insula) gave to the same church when it was dedicated,
and with 2 acres which Joce also gave to the same church, to hold the
same in frankalmoigne, the prior and canons to receive him in their
fraternity, and prayers, and other benefits of their church, with his
body to be buried in their church. Afterwards he gave to them



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OXFORD,
another half virgate of land in AVormenhale, which is called ' del
hideland/ (c. 1200-10.) Ch. 85.

Richard Coins of Wermehale acknowledges to have received from
Robert de Ewelme, prior of St. Frideswide, by the hands of Hugh de
Riseberge, his servant, of Wermehale, for each year half a mark, until
Michaelmas, 20 Ed. L Ch. no.

ABBEY OF ST. MARY, THAME.

CALVWALID, Bucks. Richard de Horsendone, with the assent
of John his brother, gives in frankalmoigne to S., the abbot of Thame,
and his successors, 40 acres. In Caluwalid 18 acres, but 22 acres in
the land which lies between the way and the land of Risesbie to the
south, having a terminus near the ditch; granted on condition of
making his father a monk. (c. 1170-80.) Ch. 49.

Robert the son of ... . and Matilda his wife, with the concession
of his brothers John, Nigel, and William, grant to the church of St.
Mary and the monks at Thame, in frankalmoigne, his wood with the
land which the wood occupies .... from the way which leads to his
wood as far as the wood of Rich, de Horsendune.

(c. 1170-80.) [Mutilated.'] Ch. 50.

CHAL GRAVE, Oxen. Mutilated record of the differences and
suits between the abbey and convent of Thame as appropriators of the
church of Chalgrave, and Ralph de Stretle, rector of Fleetmarston,
concerning the tithes payable out of the rectory of Fleetmarston to the
rector of Chalgrave.

Dated at Lamechurch, 3 Ides July, 1321. (In 2 jpieces.)

Ch. 56 and 56*.

John, the abbot of the monastery of the Blessed Virgin of Thame,
has received of master John Kirkby, vicar of Chalgrave, 53s. 4c/. for
the farm of the rectory of Chalgrave.

Dated 16 Feb., 10 Hen. VII. Ch. 57.

Simon de Roenges, with the assent of M. his wife, grants to the
monks of Thame one part of Westfeld, and also another part which the
said monks now hold in frankalmoigne. Ch. 52.

SANTERDON, Bucks. Simon, the abbot, and the convent of
Thame, grant to Matthew de Bradenham half a hide of land of "Wardore
in Santresdon, viz. that which Vincent his father held and had by the
gift of William de Kinewrd, paying annually 4s. for the same.

(Simon, abbot, 1205-1225.) Ch. 51.

Composition dated 1240 by which Roger Croc delivers to farm to
the abbot and convent of Thame for 14 years, the whole of his land
which he had in Stonifelde except the dowry of his mother, and other
land in Grave which is called Wardore. For this composition the
abbot gave to the said Roger four marks. Ch. 54.

Matilda, relict of John Bytenoth, remits and quit-claims to the

abbot and convent of Thame all right &c. in two crofts called

Bytenotescroftes, lying at Sauntresdon near a culture called Bodenhara.

(c. 1300.) Ch. 55.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 315

OXFORD.

WHITCHURCH, Oxon. Convention between Robert, the
abbot, and convent of Thame of the one part, and Roger de la Hyde,
William de Wdecote, Richard le Dene, Hugh de Stokes, Alexander
de la Breche, Bartholomew de "Wdecote, Robert Gisorz, William de la
Beche, John Passelowe, and others, of the other part, viz. that the
said abbot and convent grant and remit to them and their heirs
common of pasture in ' Rumereshagge,' as they and their ancestors had
in the time of King Richard and King John ; viz. from the hek of
Chacweie as far as to the land of William Withod, and by the hedge
of William Withod as far as to the ^ gravam ' which was Henry Cok's,
and by the wood of the abbot of Ainesham as far as to the way of
Witchirche, and by the way of Witchirche as far as to the aforesaid
hek of Chacweie ; upon this condition that all the said men remit to
the abbot and convent common of pasture in ' pinnokesfeld ' and in all
other lands of the said abbot and convent pertaining to the grainge of
Wifalde. For this grant Roger de la Hyde gave to the abbot 60s.,
and all the others 60s. in common ; and an annual rent of 6d.

(c. 1210-20.) [With seal.] Ch. 53.

WIFALDE. Ralph de Bruncostin and Hawisa his wife, for them
and their heirs and for their tenants, quit-claim to St. Mary and the
monks of Thame all kinds of common in all lands and woods and
pastures of Wifalde. (c. 1240-50.) [With seal.'] C'/i. 53*.

ABBEY OF ST. MARY, OSENEY.

ADDERBURY, Oxon. Nicholas de Weston, merchant, grants
to Adam his eldest sou, one messuage and two crofts in ' Abbirbir,'
and one carucate of land in the fields of the same village ; paying
annually to the lord of the fee 6d. for all secular service.

Witness. William D'Lisle, then sheriff of Oxon. (c. 1269-70.)

Oseney Charters, 272.

Emma, wife of William de Wodeston, acknowledges that she has re-
mitted to the abbot of Oseney and his successors for ever, all her right
and claim which she had by name of dowry in the third part of a
messuage, one carucate of land, i8s. 9c?. rent, in Adderbury, of the gift
of Nicholas de Weston her first husband. For this the said abbot
paid to her and William her husband, £100 by instalments.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 273.

Final concord in the king's court at Westminster on the morrow of
the Ascension of our Lord, 5 Ed. I, between William, the abbot of
Oseney, plaintiff, and William de Wodeston and Emma his wife, defor-
ciants, concerning a third part of one messuage and one carucate of
land, and iSs. 9c?. annual rent, in Adburbury, by which William and
Emma quit-claim to the abbot and his successors and his church of
Oseney all their right in the said land &c., by the name of dowry.
For this the abbot gave loos. sterling. Ch. 274.

The abbot and convent of Oseney hold themselves bound to Hugh
de Hynton and Matilda his wife, Ralph de Astrop and Wilielmine his
wife, in nineteen marks sterling, in settlement of a dispute between
them, and the said Hugh and others of the one part, and sir Richard
de Lyons and Emma his wife of the other part, concerning all the



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OXFORD,
tenements which they have in Adderbury, of the gift of Nicholas de
Weston, for which the said Richard had impleaded the abbot and con-
vent in the king's court.

Dated at Oseney on the feast of St. Luke evang., 1 6 Ed. I.

Ch. 275.

Return of the jury respecting the tithing-man of the abbot of
Oseney, for the lordship of St. Amand in the village of Adderbury.
Dated 46 Ed. IIL Ch. 276.

ALDS WORTH, Gloucestershire. Robert, son of Alured de
Leche, with the assent of Matilda his wife, grants for himself and
heirs, in frankalmoigne, to the church and canons of Oseney, one and
a half virgate of land with a messuage in the village of Walle, viz.
that land which he sometime held of the same canons; paying
annually to him and his heirs 55. at Beyber'. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 227.

Duplicate charter of 227. (Written c. 12 '^o-j\o) Ch. 2 2S.

ALRYNGTON, co. Gloucester. John Sonde and Andrew ....
acknowledge to have received 505. of the abbot and convent of Oseney
from their manor of Alryngton for the dower of Joan his wife.

Dated 12 April, 16 Richard II. Ch. 93.

ARDLEY. Reply by the proctor of the abbot and convent of

Oseney, to the exception of Roger de Scelton, rector of Ardeley, to

the witnesses on the part of the abbot and convent concerning two

parts of the tithes of the ancient demesne of the lordship of Ardeley.

[John Fitz-Guyd, lord of the manor.] Ch. 277.

ARDINGTON, co. Berks. Indenture made between the abbot
and convent of Oseney of the one part, and John Grove of Ardynton,
CO. Berks, of the other part, witnesseth, that the abbot and convent
have demised to farm to the said John their great and small tithes
of their demesne lands of Ardynton for 10 years, paying annually for
the same £4.

Dated at Oseney on the feast of St. Barnabas, 1434. Ch. 143.

ASCOT. Drusiana, formerly wife of Alexander de la Thurne, in
her widowhood grants to Roger de Oylly and his heirs one virgate
of land and the whole of a meadow which she has in the village of
Escot. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 278.

BARDESLEY, co. Gloucester. Commission from Wolstan,
bishop of Worcester, to the dean of Bibury, to cause an examination
to be made of the dilapidations of the chancel and the manse of
Bardesley, at the death of Thomas le Heyr, late rector, at the suit of
Geoffrey ate Church of Great Waltham, the present rector.

Dated at Wychindon, 2 Sept., 1341. Ch. 215.

BARTON, CO. Bucks. Confirmation by Gilbert de la Pomeray,
with the assent of Letia his wife, of the donation which Hywo de
Bartone made to John de Prestone, with the assent of Alice his wife
and John his heir, viz. of one hide of land in Barton, paying annually



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 317

OXFORD,
to the said Hywo 6s. For which concession the said John gave to
Gilbert 3 besants and to his wife one besant. (c. 11 90-1 200.)

Ch. 153.

Indenture between Robert, the abbot, and convent of Oseney of one
part, and Robert Hume, late of Erdington, husbandman, of the other
part, by which the abbot and convent of Oseney demise to the said

Robert their manor of Barton near Chitewode (c. 1360-70.)

[Fragment.] Ch. 154.

BARTON (Great), Oxen. Odo, son of Humfrey de Berton,
grants to William de St. John his mill of Barton, which William the
miller sold and quit-claimed to the said William for ^s. annual rent,
1 2d. to the said Odo. (c. 1180-90.) Ch. 280.

Odo, son of Umfrey de Berton, grants to Roger, son of Hugh de
Woton, for his homage and service, one virgate of land in Berton, also
one acre below and two acres above the bridge of Sanford, for an annual
service of 39. For this grant the said Roger gave half a mark of
silver, (c. 11 90-1 200.) Ch. 281.

Odo de Barton grants to Roger de St. John for his service, the land
which is between the way to the bridge and the garden of the said Roger,
with the whole of the moor in which Thomas de St. John began to
make his fish-pond, without any secular service, namely, for one pair
of shoes of 20?., or 2d. annual rent at Easter, (c. 1180-90.) Ch. 282.

Helias de Berton to his son and his heirs, one hide of

land in Berton; paying annually one pair of shoes, (c. 1170-80.)

[Mutilated.] Ch, 283.

Odo de Berton grants to William de St. John, parson of Berton,
for his homage and service, his mill of Berton with appurtenances
pertaining to the same, viz. in Sudfeld 2 acres beyond the way of
Ramford, and i acre at Succhelane and 2 acres under Langelane, and

1 acre which lies at Langelanslad', and half an acre at Caldewelle.
And in another field 3 half acres in Croftlande, and J an acre in
Rugesneis furlong, and i acre in Middel furlong, and i acre at the
king's way in Northcrop, and 2 acres in Langefurlong, and J an acre
in Ellefurlong. And of his demesne 1 5 acres of land, and 2 ' gares,'
namely, in the south field ^ an acre at Foxwelle, and i acre at
Succhelane furlong, and 2 acres at Sauvinesueie, with 2 'garis' and

2 acres near the meadow, and 2 acres in Wilansdene. And in another
field of the north i acre in Augedeland, and J an acre in Middel furlong,
and 2 acres near the way which descends at Senelle to the north and 2
acres in North Sloternnelle, and 2 acres in est Sloterford near the way.
For this donation the said William gave 8 marks of silver, and to
Margaret his wife one of gold. (c. 1 190-1200.) Ch. 284.

Robert Arsic grants to Henry the clerk, two virgates of arable land,
one croft, one messuage, and 33 acres of land in the south field, and

28 acres of land with the whole of the land of 'Attegras-

crofte ' in Berton which the said Henry had by the gift of Odo de
Berton, for his homage and service, of the fee of the said Robert Arsic ;



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OXFORD,
to hold to the said Odo and his heirs by the free service of 6d. per
ann., 2S. scutage, and 6c?. to the Warden of Dover Castle for all



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