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services, (c. 1 200-1 210.) Ch. 285.

Fulk, son of William de Burton, grants to Eichard, son of Serlo the
chaplain, for his homage and service, two acres of land in Burton, of
which one lies upon Lincroft, and another upon Yeoleforlong, and one

little meadow near mede called Holm, paying annually one pair

of gloves or ^d. at Easter.

Witness. William, vicar of Dunstew. (c. 1210-20.) (7A. 286.

Eobert Foliot of EoUesham, with the assent of William his son and
heir, grants to Henry the clerk, son of Eichard de Sandon, for his
homage and service, one virgate of land in Berton, viz. that which
Gilbert son of Nicholas held there, and 32 acres of land in the
same village, namely, in the south field, 12 acres of land with the
whole of the meadow which Hugh de Wotton held, and i acre at
Suckelawe, and in Portweie one half acre, and in Brodeweiesende one
acre, and at Grenesdich half an acre, and at Langelawe one acre, also
in the north field 14^ acres with the whole of the meadow which the
said Hugh de Wotton held, and beyond the hedge towards Tiwa one
acre, and in Eaglesmere half an acre ; paying annually to him and his
heirs 8d at Michaelmas and 12c?. for scutage. (c; 12 10.) CJi. 287.

William Foliot, son of Eobert Foliot of Eollesham, grants to Henry
the clerk, son of Eichard de Sandon, the house which the said Eobert
Foliot his father made for him, for his homage and service, viz. of one
virgate of land and 32 acres in Barton. [^\^ithJlne seal^ Ch. 287*.

Grant from Eichard, the vicar of Great Barthon, to the church and
canons of Oseney, of William the weaver of Barthon, and Isabella his
daughter and all his issue (* sequelam suam ') and chattels, for ever,
(c. 1230-40.) Ch. 288.

Eoger de St. John grants to the church of St. Mary's, Berton, in
frankalmoigne, certain parcels of land and gorse in Berton; also
Agnes his native, who was the wife of Odo, with Ealph her son, and
half an acre of land at Eagheford adjoining the meadow of Walter
Frankelan. He makes this grant to preserve the said church from
injury and detriment on account of a chantry which he ought to have
in his chapel in his court of Berton, without any impediment and
contradiction, freely and quietly, from all exaction of the mother
church, excepting attendance of himself and family on five solemn
days, and the great and small tithes of his lordship, (c. 1220.)
[ With seal.l

Fragment of a charter, temp. Hen. III. Eichard, vicar of Barton,
Thomas de Hokenorton, and Henry Purcel, named as witnesses.

Ch. 289.

John de la Vesselle grants to Henry the clerk, son of Eichard de
Sandon, 32 acres of land in Berton, as described Ch. 287, for his homage
and service, paying annually for the same 6d. For this donation the
said Henry gave 405. of silver, (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 290.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 319

OXFORD.

Bond given by Robert de Aumary to the abbot of Oseney and to

others, co-executors with himself of the will of sir J. de St. John

deceased, for repayment in two instalments of I2| marks borrowed

from the goods of the deceased, by Michaelmas, 1232.

Witnesses. Fulco de Aumary, Roger his eldest son, Nicholas his
chamberlain. Ch. 291.

Decree of Walter, official of the archdeacon of Oxon, at the instance
of the chancellor of Oxon and others, co-executors of the will of John
de St. John, clerk, by which certain lands, possessions, and rents in
Barton and Oxford are granted to Oseney, with reservation to Isabella
his mother and Andrew her son. Dated 1231. Ch. 292.

Sir Thomas de St. John and Sir William de St. John, knights, in
consideration of the receipt of 20s. from the canons of Oseney, renounce
all right on account of the will of John de St. John their brother, or
the execution of the same.

Dated at London on the morrow of the feast of SS. Fabian and
Sebastian, 1235. Ch, 293.

Certificate of the pronouncing of a sentence of suspension for
contumacy and of a citation to appear on the morrow of St. Gregory
in the chapel of St. Nicholas, Abbendon, to answer concerning the will
of John de St. John. (c. 1235-40.) Ch. 294.

Henry de Barthon grants to Roger his son, for his homage and service,

one half virgate of land in Barthon, viz. that which Richard de Puteo

formerly held of him, paying for the same one clove at Easter, and

making suit at the great hundred of Buckingham twice in the year.

(c. 1230-40.) Ch. 295.

John de Combe of Dunstewe, chaplain, quit-claims to John le
Chaumberleyn of Bretherton, all right in one messuage and one virgate
of land with a meadow in the village and fi^elds of Great and Middel
Barton, which he had of the gift and feoffment of John le Neuman of
Great Barton and Alice his wife.

Dated at Great Barton the Wednesday next after the feast of the
apostles SS. Peter and Paul, 12 Ed. III. Ch. 296.

Memorandum that has been removed, and William

appointed bailiff of .... , together with an inventory of

goods handed over to his care. [^Mutilated.^

Dated after the feast of St. Margaret, 43 Ed. III.

Ch. 297.

Anna Norton, relict of Thomas Norton, grants to John Spere and
Alice his wife, one messuage and one virgate of land with a meadow
in Great and Middle Barton in perpetuity.

Witness. Michael, perpetual vicar of Great Barton. Dated at
Barton on the feast of the Purification of Blessed Mary,
3 Hen. IV. Ch. 298.

Bond entered into by Robert Hanwell of Great Barton, Ann his
wife, and John Hanwell, in a sum of £40 sterling to William, abbot



320 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
of Oseney, to keep the covenants comprised in a pair of indentures
made between the above parties.

Dated 31 Dec, 8 Hen. YIEI. Ch. 299.

BARTON (Westcote). Commission from Pope Honorius III,
dated 4 Non. December, 5th pontifical year (12 21), directed to the
abbot of Eynsham, the prior of St. Frideswide, and the dean of Oxford,
directing them to hear and determine a cause between the abbot and
Convent of Oseney, and the abbot and convent of Lyra, concerning two
parts of the tithes of the lordship of Robert Arsic in Little Barton,
claimed by the abbot and convent of Oseney to belong to the church
of Great Barton. After opening the cause, an agreement was come to
by which the said abbot and convent of Oseney were admitted into
actual possession of the tithes on condition of paying annually to the
prior of Cogges at Oseney the sum of los. Gh. 300.

Peter of AVestkote Barthon grants to the church and canons of
Oseney in frankalmoigne the donation which Thomas de Hyda made to
them of lands and tenements of his fee in Westkote Barthon.

(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 301.

Letter of Humilis, called the prior of Tiptre (' Humilis dcus prior
de Tippetre '), to R., bp. of Lincoln, saying he has affixed his seal to
a cause moved by the abbot and convent of Colchester of one part, and
the vicar of Barton of the other, in which he was delegated judge by
the Pope, in conjunction with the prior of Hatfield Peverel and the
dean of "VVitham. (c. 1250.) CA. 302.

An acknowledgment given by the abbot and convent of Colchester
to Oseney for the payment of 605. annual pension for the tithes in
Barton, Sandford, &c. Dated at Colchester, 5 July, 1 305 (]).

Ch. 302*.

Similar acquittance, dated 28 June, 1324. Ch. 303.

Similar acquittance, dated at Colchester the Wednesday on the feast
of St. Botulph, 1332. Ch. 304.

Similar acquittance, dated 1336. Ch. 305.

Similar acquittance, dated the Wednesday on the feast of St. John's
nativity, 1338. Ch. 306.

Similar acquittance, dated at London on the feast of the translation
of St. Thomas the martyr, 1340. Ch. 308.

Similar acquittance, dated 6 Nov., 19 Hen. VII. Ch. 307.

Similar acquittance, dated at Colchester, 4 July, . . Hen. VII.

Ch. 309.

BECKLEY. See St. Frideswide, p. 300.

BIBURY, CO. Gloucester. John, the abbot, and convent of
Oseney, grant to Henry de Hu., of Ablynton, and Joan his wife, £20
sterling, that they should receive each week, so long as they live, half a
bushel of corn from the manor of Bybury.

Dated at Oseney on the feast of the conversion of St. Paul, 1 2
Ed. IL Ch. 216.

An acknowledgment from the abbey and convent of Cirencester that



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 321

OXFORD,
they have received from the abbot of Oseney 26s. ScZ. for the church
of Bjbury and other sums, for the subsidy granted to the King for
the defence of the kingdom by the clergy of Canterbury.

Dated at Cyrencester, 4 Kl. Feb., 1337. Ch. 217.

An acquittance given by Henry de Neubold, clerk, sequestrator of
Wolstan, bp. of "Worcester, to Henry de Mannesfeld, keeper of Bibury,
for the payment of 12s. for the jurisdiction of Bibury.

Dated 6 Kl. December, 1348. Ch. 218.

Eichard de Ledebury, archdeacon of Gloucester, acknowledges the

right of the abbot and convent of Oseney to be exempt from archidiaconal

jurisdiction for the chapel of Baindesleye within the church of Bibury.

Dated at Ledebury, 5 Kl. Jan., 1353. Ch. 219.

An acknowledgment that William, prior of St. Mary's, "Worcester,
has received of the abbot and convent of Oseney 30s., annual pension
from the church of Bybury. Dated 4 Nov., 1495. Ch. 220.

Inquisition taken at Tetbury, co. Gloucester, to ascertain the right
of the abbot and convent of Oseney to the church of Bibury.

Dated Aug., 1482, 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 221.

Fragment of a manor court roll, temp. Ed. II. Ch. 222.

BLACK-BOUilTON, co. Oxon. Answers of witnesses to in-
terrogatories concerning the tithes belonging to the abbot and convent
of Oseney in Bourton. \Temjp. Ed. III.] {Mutilated.) Ch. 310.

Indenture witnessing that John Cok., bailiff of the manor of Bourton,
is removed from his office, and Nicholas de Hedindon appointed in
his place, with a list of things belonging to the abbot and convent of
Oseney in the manor of Bourton.

Dated 28 Ed. Ill, Monday on the feast of St. Michael. Ch. 311.

Indenture made 6 Hen. IV, between Thomas Erlestoke

of Bourton, near Bampton, of one part, and the abbot and convent of
Oseney of the other part, witnesseth that the said Thomas has demised

to the abbot and convent of Oseney a toft [Mutilated.^

Ch. 314.

Indenture between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the one part,
and Thomas Long of the other, by which the abbot and convent of
Oseney demise to the said Thomas their manor of Bourton near
Bampton. Dated Easter, 30 Hen. VI.

[An inventory of things belonging to the manor is added on the
back.] Ch. 315.

Indenture made between Eobert, the abbot, and convent of Oseney
and Andrew Meyse of Burton, near Bampton, Joan his wife, and Robert
their son, witnesseth that the abbot and convent of Oseney demise
their manor and rectory of Burton for 21 years, paying annually
for tlie rectory . . . and for the manor 6 marks.

Dated on the vigil of All Saints, 20 Henry VII. Ch. 316.

BLACK - BOURTON, BENNEY, LEW, WELD, RUSS-
HEY, and CLANFIELD, co. Oxon. Roll of the manor court

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322 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
held at Bourton the Friday next after the feast of St. Michael, 31
Ed. Ill, for the above manors. [Mutilated.^ Ch. 312.

Roll of the manor court held at Bourton the Friday next before the
feast of St. Valentine, 32 Ed. Til. [3fiailated.'] Ch. 313.

BLECHINGDON. Robert, called Frebody of Blechesdon, grants
to the abbot and canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, one annual rent
of one halfpenny, which the said canons were accustomed to pay to .
him, and to "William de Wythulle his father, for one rood of arable
land in the fields of Blechesdon which sir Henry, formerly vicar of
Weston, obtained of the said William his father, (c. 1290.) Ch. 317.

John Piletli of Oxon grants to the church and canons of Oseney,
in frankalmoigne, six acres of arable land with one messuage, the third
part of the whole of his inclosed curtilage, the third part of his croft
which lies without the curtilage towards the south, and half an acre of
meadow with appurtenances in Blechesdon. (c. 1290.) [Mutilated.]

Ch. 318.

Robert de Marny confirms to the church and canons of Oseney the
donation which John Pilet of Oxon made to them of six acres of
arable land, &c. in the village of Blechesdon. (c. 1290,) \_Mutilated.]

Ch. 319.

Martin, son of master Martin de Blechesdon, confirms to the church
and canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, the donation which John
Pileth made to them of a certain part of the court of the said Martin
in Blechesdon, near the house of Walter Ylberd, which contains
in breadth from the house of the said Walter 48 feet, and
extends in length from the public way to the court of Laurence de
Blechesdon. And one acre of arable land in the field of Blechesdon,
one rood of a meadow called ' Sudheya,' near the village of Hampton,
(c. 1300.) Ch. 320.

Walter Cotton, Walter Belle, Thomas Gla . . , and William Cotton
grant to William Rolf all lands, tenements, fields, and pastures, in the
villages and fields of Blechesdon and Weston in the county of Oxon.
Dated at Blechesdon, lo Dec, 10 Hen. VI. Ch. 321.

BOTLEY and SECKWORTH, co. Berks. Katherine, relict of

John, son of Andrew Culvert of Ziftele, grants to of Botle

and Katherine his wife and John de Bibury all her right for the term
of her life in land in Bottle and Seukeworth,

Dated 6 (1) Ed. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 144.

BRIZENORTON. Sentence of Richard de Hunsyngor, ofiicial
of the archdeacon of Oxford, in a cause moved by the abbot and convent
of Oseney against John, formerly vicar of Nortunbrun, first, and
afterwards against Richard, the now vicar of the same church, for
spoliation of the tithes of the lordships of Thomas Spygurnel and
Ralph de Fretewelle, decided in favour of the abbey.

Dated at Oxford the Saturday next before the feast of SS. Perpetua
and Felicia, 1327. Ch. 322.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 323

OXFORD.

BUCKNELL. An exemplification of a fine levied at Westminster
on the morrow of Ascension Day, 22 Ed. Ill, between William de
Peek, clerk, plaintiff, and sir E-ichard Damory, kt., defendant, con-
cerning the church of Bukenhull, granted to the said William in
consideration of 100 marks of silver paid to the said Bichard.

^ Dated at Wodestok, 12 May, 20 Ed. III. Gh. 323.

Fragment of the fine levied between Richard Damory and William
del Peek concerning the advowson of the church of Bucknell.

[See ch. 323.] CJi. 324.

Indenture made at Oseney on the feast of the invention of the Cross,
15 Hen. VI, witnesseth, that Thomas Hokenorton, the abbot, and
convent of Oseney, have demised to sir Thomas Carsy, rector of
Bucknell, two parts of their tithes of land of the demesne of the
manor of Bucknell, for the life of the said Thomas ; paying annually
13s. 4cZ. [^Mutilated.'] Ch. 325.

BARPORD (Great). Agnes de Cheyney, widow, grants to the
church and canons of St. Mary's, Oseney, in frankalmoigne, for the
health of the soul of Simon de Maidewell, formerly her husband, the
whole of that curtilage in Bereford, and two acres of land in the fields

of Bereford, and the tithe of nine acres of her better corn

(c. 1240-50.) [Mutilated.'] Ch. 326.

CHALGROVE. Commission of John, bp. of Lincoln, appointing
judges to determine a cause in which Nicholas de Lichfield is plaintiff,
and Bonacursum, called Fyrstobaldis, is defendant, concerning the
presentation to the church of Chalgrave.

Dated 13 13. [Mutilated.] Ch. 327.

Proceedings in a snit heard before Benedict de Feriby, rector of
Broughton, commissary of John, bp. of Lincoln, concerning the church
of Chalgrave, between Nicholas de Lychfeld, presented to Chalgrave
church, and Bonacursum de Frystobaldis, incumbent.

Dated 1313. Ch. 328.

CHESTERTON. Fragment of a charter by which Robert ....

. . grants to one hide of land in Cestrinton which William

Marchant holds (c. 1220-30.) Ch. ■^zg,

Bardulph de Cestreston grants to the church of St. Mary of Cestreston,
in frankalmoigne, three acres of arable land of his demesne, lying
between Scadewelle and Smaleweye. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 330.

Illegible charter, indorsed ' charter of Amfridus de Oxon of a hide of
land in Chesterton.' Ch. 331.

CLANFIELD. William, a monk of Clanefeld, grants to Roger de
Stondone the half of a messuage and croft which Walter the weaver
held of him, and 3 J acres of land in Clanfield. (c. 1240.) [With seal.]

Ch. 334.

John de Nortone grants to Geoffrey de Burton one ' forthendel ' of
meadow in foremed of Clanefeld.

Witnesses. Sir John Mauduit, Sir Robert Mauduit. (c. 1280-90.)

Ch. 332.
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324 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.

CLANPIELD, BAMPTON, BENNEY, and RUSSHEY, co.
Oxon, and BIBURY and TURKDEN, co. Gloucester. Court
roll for the above manors held 13 Ed. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 333.

CORNWALL. A. de Grrai grants to the church of St. Peter,
Cornwall, in frankalmoigne, four acres of land in Cumbe near Heanhulle
in one field, and in another field four acres towards the way to Kaigham
(Kingham), and as much meadow as she has in Sunderham.

(c. 1220.) Ch. 334*.

COWLEY. Alexander, called the miller of Cowley, confirms . . .

.... which Isabella his daughter sold to Henry de Eynesham ....

Dated at [Mutilated.] Ch. 335.

William, son of Andrew Amary of Temple Cowley, remits and quit-
claims to Thomas de Eleford all his right in certain annual rents and
land in Cowley and Ifiley. (c. 1290-1300.) Ch. 336.

Grant from Thomas Goldyene, son and heir to John Goldyene, of
Staunton St. John, and Katherine his wife, and A.i^nes, wife of the said
Thomas, to John Leylond, clerk, of Oxford, and Margaret his wife, of
all lands and tenements, &g. in the village of Temple.Cowley.

Dated at Temple Cowley, 3 Sept., i Hen. VI. Ch. 34 t.

Thomas grants to John Gobow, clerk, two tofts

in Temple Cowley and Church Cowley [Fragment.]

Ch. 338.

The abbot and convent of Oseney, as proprietors of the church of
Cowley, implead William Stevenes, fuller, of Oxford, for the subtraction
of the tithes of one ridge of land in the fields of Cowley called ' hiscote
furlonge.' Dated at Stamford, 10 Feb., 1445. C'A. 339.

John Gobow grants to John Smith of Oxford, skinner, and Joan his
wife, all lands, &c., which he had by the gift of John Leylond in
Temple and Church Cowley, (c. 1460-70.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 340.

COWLEY, SANDPORD, and BRUGGESETE. Court roU
for the above manors held at Cowley, 31 and 32 Ed. III. [Mutilated.]

Oh. 337.

CRANEPORD. Composition between Nicholas the clerk of
Bamton and Walter de Camville, clerk, parson of Craneford, concerning
two parts of the tithes of the whole lordship of sir Ralph de Audeli,
kt., made by Philip, the prior of St. Prideswide, and master Robert de
Chadeleswurde, to whom the dispute had been delegated by Pope
Urban the Third, viz. that the said tithes shall be held by Walter of
the church of Oseney for an annual pension of 2s. (c. 1 200.) Ch. 341*.

DEDDINGTON. John, eldest son and heir of John le Say, formerly
of Dadinton, remits and quit-claims to John his younger brother, all
his right which he has in a tenement and place which William le
Sivekere formerly held and had in the village of Hempton in the parish
of Dadinton, namely between the tenement of Hugh le Say on the
one part, and a tenement of Henry Snelhauck on the other, together



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 325

OXFORD,
with the half of a curtilage and garden and the whole of a meadow in
Roysham. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 342.

DODFORD. William Karles of Dodeford grants to John le May
of Bucks, clerk, for his homage and service, three acres of land in the
fields of Dodeford ; paying annually for the same one pair of gloves at
Easter; for this grant the said John gave 2 J marks, (c. 1230-40.)

Ch. 156.

DUCKLINGTON. An agreement between the lord of Wykdyve
and the abbot and convent of Oseney concerning two parts of the
demesne lands of Ducklington. Dated 1309. (7^.344.

An appeal to the Court of Arches by Robert, the chaplain of
Ducklington, concerning the subtraction of tithes by the abbot and
convent of Oseney of the ancient demesne of Ducklington, and judgment
thereon. Dated at London, 8 Kl. Decemb., 1301. Ch. 343.

Fragment of a deed endorsed ' Obligacio magistri Ad. et Rogerus
Giffard j^ro decem marcis d' Ducklington.' Dated 1269. Ch. 342*.

DUNSTEW. Stephen de Donestiva grants to Peter, son of
Stephen the priest of Orton, two virgates of land in Donestiva with
appurtenances, one of which 2 virgates the said Stephen the priest
held of the grantor which is of 'his demesne, together with a messuage
near the house of "Wimund, paying annually for the same 35. ; and the
other virgate that Ailwin held, which the said Stephen gave to Emma
his mother, and is now held by the said Peter, paying annually also
35. For this grant the said Peter gave one mark of silver, (c. 1200.)

Ch. 345.

Peter de Shipton, son of Stephen, the priest, of Orton, grants to the
church and canons of Oseney, the donation which Ralj^h de Melkesham
made to them of one virgate of land in Donestiwe, which was of the
lordship of Stephen Runtin, with a messuage near the house of "Wimund
de Donestiwe, which land the said Ralph deraigned by a certain assise
before the King's justices at Oxford against the said Peter and Roger
Runtin and Henry Rul ; paying annually one pair of gloves of the
value of one halfpenny, (c. 1250.) CA. 346.

An agreement between the abbot and convent of Oseney, owners of
two parts of the tithes of Dunstywe, and the prior and convent of
Merton, ' proprietors and rectors of the church of Dunstywe, by which
the abbot and convent of Oseney make over the said tithes for an
annual payment of 26s. 8c?. in perpetuity.

Dated the I st of Henry VL C'A. 347.

DUNWICH, CO. Suffolk. Nicholas, dean of Donewic', grants to
the church and canons of St. Mary Oseney, in frankalmoigne, one
place within his court at Donewic' for curing herrings and other
things as they think necessary, viz. that place which lies next the
house of Richard de Hechus, which extends itself in length from his
stable to the ditch of Dionisius, and traverses in breadth 30 feet;
also he gives to the said canons 2 s. annual rent in the same village,
(c. 1210-20.) Ch, 270.



326 CALENDAH OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
ESTROP, CO. Northampton. Ralph Bulge of Purston grants to
the church and canons of St. Mary, Oseney, the donation which
Matthew de Stratton, archdeacon of Bucks, made to them of lands,
rents, and tenements, which he had of his fee in the village and fields
of Estrop, paying annually to him and his heirs lod. for all services;
also he grants to them the donation which Walter Lefeye and Isabella
his wife made to them of a certain plot, and 39 acres of arable land
in the fields of Estrop, at an annual rent of 25. (c. 1260.) Ch. 243.

Matilda, daughter of Ralph Bulge of Purston, grants to William, the
abbot, and canons of St. Mary, Oseney, in frankalmoigne, a messuage
with a curtilage which she had of the gift of Ralph her father, and
confirmed by Ralph Bulge her uncle, in the village of Estrop;
paying annually for all service one penny, (c. 1260.) Ch. 244.

Final concord made at Westminster on the morrow of All Souls

between Henry de . . . . and Ralph Bulge, by which the

said Ralph grants certain land in Estrop to the abbot and convent
of Oseney, in frankalmoigne. (c. 1300.) [^Mutilated. ^ C/i. 245.

Ralph Bulge of Purstan, jun., grants to William, the abbot, and
canons of St. Mary, Oseney, in frankalmoigne, an annual rent of
one penny, which was accustomed to be paid to him by sir Jordan,
the chaplain, for 2 messuages which he held of him in Estrop ; also
another rent of id., which Hugh de Lyons and Matilda his wife were
accustomed to pay for a messuage in the same village, (c. 1270-80.)
[ With seal. ] CA. 2 4 4 * .

EWELME. Letter of Pope Lucius III, dated from Verona, 3rd
pontifical year (i. e. 1 184), to the priors of Wallingford and St. Frid.,
and to master Nicholas de Leouetanor (Lewknor), concerning a
complaint made by the abbot and convent of Oseney against T., a
clerk, for interfering with their tithes in Ewelme, from the land of
G. Pigat. Ch. 348.

EYNSHAM and HANDBOROUGH. Walter, son and heir
of Walter of the New Forest, quit-claims to the church and canons
of St. Mary, Oseney, iis. ^d. annual rent in which they were bound
to him for lands, meadows, and tenements, which they have by the
gift of William de St. Andoen in the fields of Eynesham and
Haneberg', paying annually for him and his heirs to the abbot and
convent of Eynesham 55. Also he grants to the said abbot and
convent of Oseney the oak or trunk, and materials for inclosing
Coumede in the wood of Eynesham, which he was accustomed to
receive from the said abbot and convent of Eynesham, for which oak
or trunk, or materials, the aforesaid abbot and convent of Oseney shall



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