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acquit him and his heirs to the abbot and convent of Eynesham of a
certain annual charge at Christmas of one honest loaf and 4 flagons
of beer, and at Easter 4 capons, for all things. For this grant the
abbot and convent of Oseney gave 8 marks sterling, (c. 1280-90.)

Ch. 349.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 327

OXFORD.
FOREST HILL. Memorandum (indented) made at Forest Hill
the Monday next after the feast of St. Michael, 43 Ed. Ill, witnessing
that William atte Style, provost at Forest Hill, has been removed
from his oflice, and John Umfray appointed his successor, with a list
of the goods of the manor passed to the said John. Ch. 350.

FORESTHILL, THOMELE, PYBYE, DRAYCOT, and
LEDHALE, co. Oxon, UMPTON, HARTWELL, and BISCH-
OPESTOK", CO. BUCKS. Court roll with view of frank pledge for
the above manors, 32 Ed. III. [^Mutilated^ Ch. 351.

PULBROOK. Grant from William, son of Nicholas de Fulebroc,

to the church of Oseney arable land .... 2 acres

Alice relict on the south, &c. [^Fragment.^ Ch. 352.

PULEWELL. Robert, son of Herbert de Fulewell, grants to
Agnes, the daughter of Allelmus, lord of Fulewell, one virgate of land
in Fulewell for ever. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 353.

Memorandum that William Baldewyn, bailiff of Fulwell, has retired
from his bailiffship, and is succeeded by Walter Cloburn ; with an
inventory of goods, &c. delivered to him.

Dated on the morrow of St. Andrew the apostle, 35 Ed. III.

Ch. 354.

FYTHARD, Ireland. Cause between the abbot and convent of

Oseney and John O'Hilyn, vicar of , concerning an annual

pension of five shillings, claimed by the said John of the abbot and
convent. [Mutilated\

Dated at Fythard on the vigil of . . . a.d. 13 16. Ch. 230*.

GARSINGTON. Roger, son of Hugh Choche of Gersindon,
confirms to the canon of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, the donation which
John of the infirmary of Oseney made to the same church and canons, of
6\ acres of land in the fields of Gersindon. (c. 1 240-50.) Ch. 355.

GOSFORD, near Kidlington, Charter by which

grants to Martin the whole of his land at Gosford,

paying annually for the same 8s. Ch. 356.

HAMPTON GAY. Grant from to master Martin

de Blechesdon land in Geiteshamptonia. [A fragment.^

Ch. 357.

Robert le Gait grants to the abbot and convent of Oseney certain
land, &c. of his fee in Hampton Gay.

Dated on the back, 3 Hen. III. [^Mutilated^ Ch. 358.

Geoffrey le Brocher of Blechesdon grants to ... . Dodeford, one
acre of meadow in the common meadow of Hampton Gay. [Mutilated.~\

Ch. 359.

Grant from Robert de Gay, in frankalmoigne, to the abbot and

convent of Oseney and half a pound of cummin which was

accustomed to be paid to him. [Fragment^ Ch. 360.



328 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.

Robert de Gay grants to the church and canons of Oseney, in
frankalmoigne, 14 acres of land in Gaythamthune, viz. 6 acres at
Dunhurst, which commence near the land of Richard Despencer,
towards the land of Henry Brochere, and six acres at Goldhulle near

the land of the aforesaid canons, and 2 acres at and one acre in

Hememed, near the meadow of the aforesaid canons, (c. 1230.)

Ch. 361.

Adam le Grant of Hampton grants to John le Justur of Wikes for

his homage and service, and for 60s. sterling in hand paid, a messuage

and a curtilage with seven acres of laud in the tenement of Hampton.

(c. 1230.) Cli. 362.

A convention made 8 Ed. II, on the feast of St. Matthew the apostle,
between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the one part, and Gilbert
le Gierke of Hampton Gay of the other part, viz. that the abbot and
convent sell to the said William two acres of arable land in the fields
of Hampton. Ch. 363.

Fragment of proceedings in a cause against William, rector of
Hampton. Ch. 364.

Robert de Gay, with the assent of grants to the church

of St. Mary of Oseney certain land of his domain of Hampton Gay.

Ch. 366.

HAMPTON GAY, and WESTON. Mutilated court roll. Court
held at Hampton, Monday on the feast of St. Dionisius, 31 Ed. III.

Ch. 365.

HAMPTON GAY, HAMPTON POYLE, SHIPTON, and
BLECHINGDON. Indenture between John, the abbot, and con-
vent of Oseney, and John Waster of Hampton Gayt, by which the
former grants to farm their manor of Hampton Gayt, and the rents
belonging to the abbot and convent in Hampton Poyle, Shipton, and
Blechesdon, to hold for 10 years, paying annually X16.

Dated on the feast of St. Michael, 37 Hen. VI. Ch. 367.

HARTWELL. Eva, daughter of William, son of the chaplain
of Suh trope, grants to Robert de Percy, chaplain, vicar of Stanes, in
frankalmoigne, one half acre of arable land in the field of Hertwell,
viz. that which lies towards Chiscumbe and extends itself towards the
west up to the furrow of Gilbert de Bracy, and towards the east up to
the furrow of Robert Fitz Warine, and lies between the land wliich
was Alan's, son of the chaplain, and the land of William de Hestecot.
(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 157.

Martin de la Grene grants to the church and canons of Oseney, in
frankalmoigne, one acre of land at Hertwell, in the north field which
lies near the land which was Richard de Clovil's, and extends itself
towards one .... of Robert de Bracy at Sperthe. (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 158.

HENSINTON. John, son and heir of Robert called Forester, of
Hensynton, remits and quit-claims to Robert, son of Thomas the
chapman, of AVoodstock, and Alice his wife, all right in a messuage.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 329

OXFORD.

curtilage, and garden, and 4 acres of arable land in the village and
fields of Hensynton.

Dated at Hensynton, 15 March, 30 Ed. I. CK 368.

Composition between the abbot and convent of Oseney and William
Kyley, rector of Bladon, concerning the tithes of the lordship of
Hensynton. Dated 7 March, 14 13. Ch. 369.

HINCKSEY, Berks. "William de Musewell and Joan de Boteleye
his wife, quit-claim to the church of Oseney all their right in a spring
of water in the field of Hincksey which is called * Reve-mores-well,'
and in all the rivulets and water-courses running to or from the said
spring, (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 146.

An acknowledgment that William Barton, canon and seneschal of
the monastery of Oseney, had received of the abbot and convent of
Abingdon 13s. ^d. for the work of 32 men of Hincksey for working in
Mede Heye, alias King's Mede, behind Oseney.

Dated 20 October, 19 Hen. VI. Ch. 145.

HOOKNORTON. Philip, son of Ralph Scot, confirms the
donation which Philip, son of Hugh the frank {^ fraud'), gave with
Juliana his daughter in free marriage, viz. a house and curtilage in
Hooknorton to Edith daughter of Ralph Camberi. (c. 1200-10.)

Ch. 370.

Robert L . . . . , with the assent of Felicia his wife, and on account
of their great necessity, grants to Adam, son of Seberen, for his homage
and service, one messuage in Hokenorton, viz. that messuage which
Adam Spihera held ; also two acres of land in the east field, of which
one half acre is against Ludewell, another against * Hochulldich ' near
Thomas Winnegod's, a third against ' Thwoberewes lake ' near Thomas
Winnegod's, a fourth near Wlveswel near Thomas Winnegod's gore
above Stamwelle hull near Thomas Winnegod's. In another field
towards the south another 2 acres, and half an acre in the
meadow of ' Hecweies furlong,' paying annually 2s. For this donation
the said Robert paid to Adam 30s. 6d., to Felicia his wife 35., and to
Nicholas 2s., and to William, Nicholas, Adam, and John, his sons, 6d.
each. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 371.

William Basset of Adestock grants to John Walter of Temple
Sibford, the whole of the messuage with the close adjacent, formerly
John de Ful well's, in Hokenorton, and 8 J acres and one ridge of
arable land in the same village, (c. 1300.) [Mutilated^ Ch. 372.

A convention made between sir John, perpetual vicar of Hokenorton,

of the one part, and John Bourne of Hokenorton of the other part,

viz. that upon the marriage of the said John with Matilda, the sister

of sir John, he will give her a dowry of horse, corn, a chamber, &c.

Dated the Sunday after St. Luke evang. 1307. Ch. 373.

An agreement between the abbot and convent of Oseney, appropri-
ators of the church of Hokenorton, of the one part, and sir Thomas
de Bannebury, perpetual vicar of the same church, of the other part,
namely, that the said religious grant to Thomas as an assignment of a



330 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
portion of his vicarage for the sustentation of himself, his deacon, and
his servant boy, the whole of that manse, place, and land, and two
acres of meadow, which John de Cheleworth the last vicar held of the
said religious ; also the said Thomas to receive the offerings and fruits
of the said church, except the corn, hay, and wool, and the money from
the sale of wool, and they grant to him tlie profits from the tithe of hay
in consideration of an annual payment of 205.

Dated the Wednesday on the feast of St. Gregory the pope, 1336.

Gh. 374.

Fragment of a court roll for Hooknorton. [Temp. Ed. III.]

Ch. 375.

IBSTONE. A mutilated deed concerning an annual pension
issuing out of the church of Ibstone, in which the abbot and convent of
Oseney, and John, rector of Ibstone, are concerned.

Dated at London, 2 Kl. Aug., .... Ed. I. Ch. 376.

IVER, CO. Bucks. Memorandum of an agreement, dated 1249,
between the abbot and convent of Oseney of one part, and A. de
Bokingfeld, rector of Evere, concerning two parts of the tithes of the
ancient demesne of the court of Evere. Ch. 159.

William de Cave grants to his grandfather, Hugh the monk, five
acres of land in Ewera, at an annual rent of 25c/. (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 160.

KENCOT. Depositions of the abbot and convent of Oseney in a
tithe cause between them and sir William, rector of Kencote, con-
cerning two parts of the tithe of corn arising from the whole of the
demesne of sir Roger de Oyli, kt., in Kencote. (c. 1200.) Ch. ^'j'j.

Indenture between the abbot and convent of Oseney of one part,
and John Bavel of Kencot of the other, by which the abbot and
convent demise to John their portion of the tithes of Kencot for 1 7
years, paying annually for the same 6s. Sd.

Dated on the vigil of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist,
25 Hen. YL Ch. 378.

KIDLINGTON. Grant from Hugh de Plessetis to the abbot of
Oseney of 5s. annual rent, in frankalmoigne, from tenements in
Cudlington.

Walter Croxford confirms to William, the abbot, and convent of
Oseney, the above bequest of 5s. by Hugh de Plessetis. Ch. 379.

William, son of Elye, formerly miller of Cudlinton, grants to the
church and canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, a fishery in Charewelle
with appurtenances, (c. 1240-50.) - Ch. 381.

Robert le gives and confirms to two acres of

arable land .... and one acre of meadow which is called Stockmede.
Thomas de Kidlingtone a witness, (c. 1280-90.) Ch. 382.

Fragment concerning the tithes of Kidlington. Ch. 383.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 331

OXFORD.
Alice, relict of William, son of Elye, formerly miller of Cudelinton,
quit-claims to Oseney her right in the lands and tenements in the village
of Cudelinton which the said William her husband had there.

(c. 1240-50.) Ch. 384.

Thomas Puteslo, vicar of Kidlington, and John Havyl, grant to the
abbot and convent of Oseney a messuage and virgate of land in
.... com. Oxon.

Dated .... January, 10 Ric. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 385.

Thomas grants to the abbot and convent of Oseney

which land is of the fee of the prior of Bur ....

{1 Bicester).

Dated at Oxford . [Fragment.] Ch. 386.

Bond entered into by Laurence Stubbs, late vicar of Cudlington,
with the abbot and convent of Oseney, to discharge all claims that may
arise for one year in Cudlington.

Dated 10 July, 6 Henry VIII. Ch. 387.

KIDLINGTON, SWERFORD, and SENEWELL. W., arch-
bishop of York, master L. de Warham, official of Norwich, and master
R., archdeacon of Ipswich, executors of the will of John de
Gray, bishop of Norwich, assign to the church and canons of
St. Mary of Oseney, a certain wood which is called Coggeswode
pertaining to the village of Kedelinton, and the church of Swereford
with the chapel of Senewel, left to Oseney by the said bishop in his
last will. (c. 1 2 14.) Ch. 387*.

KIDLINGTON and HOOKNORTON. Henry de Oylly grants
to the church and canons of St. Mary, Oseney, for the health of his
soul and the souls of his predecessors and successors, especially for
Sibil his wife and Matilda his daughter, loos. of annual rent, for which
he has assigned to them 605., which he was accustomed to receive
annually from his mill of Cudelington, and the homage and service of
Elye the miller and his heirs; also he gives to them in his same
manor, in frankalmoign e, one virgate of land, namely, that which Ralph
itiveling held, with a messuage and croft and with all that appertains
to it within and without the village ; also he gives to the said canons
in his manor of Hokenton one mark of silver, which Robert Bernard
was accustomed to pay annually for three virgates of land in the same
village ; also he gives to them 8s. sterling, which Roger Olycrante was
accustomed annually to pay to him for half a hide of land, which he
had with Matilda his wife, daughter of Philip the clerk, and held of
the said Henry in the same manor with the homages and services of
the said Robert Bernard and Roger Olycrante and their heirs ; also
he gives to the same canons in his manor of Hokenton, one meadow
which is called Cuham, in frankalmoigne. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 380.

KILTEVENAN, Ireland. Ralph de Wiricestra grants to
William d'Exonia and his heirs the whole of the village of Kilmaclive
for an annual rent of 2S., paid to him at Kilstevenan, within the
octave of St. John the Baptist, (c. 1 190-1200.) Ch. 229.



332 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
Convention between AVilliam, the canon and proctor general of the
abbot and canons of Oseney, and Robert de Vadis, by which he leases
to the said Robert for his life the church of Kiltevenan to farm, paying
annually to the canons of Oseney or their assigns 2s. (c. 1215-25.)

Ch. 230.
Roger, son of Robert Kerdif of Kiltevanan, chaplain, grants to the
abbot and convent of Oseney and Friwall de Bilinden their proctor
at Kiltevenan 3 J acres of arable land in the field of Kiltevenan.

Dated 25 Ed. L Ch. 231.

Suit heard before master Robert de Bermyngham, official of .... .

in which the abbot and convent of Oseney sue John Otulyn, vicar of

for an annual pension of 55.

Dated at Fythard on the vigil of 13 16. [JIutilated.]

Ch. 232.
Public instrument made in a chapter held at Oseney before Henry
de Elsham, notary public, Thomas, abbot of Oseney, and others con-
cerning a vacancy caused by the resignation of William More, in the
church of Kiltevenan, Cassell diocese.

Dated July 31, 1360. Ch. 233.

KIRTLINGTON. Master John Cottesford, son and heir of sir
Roger Cottesford, kt., quit-claims to the abbot and convent of Oseney
all his right in certain lands in Kirtlington (?).

Dated at 12 Rich. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 389.

LANGEPORT, co. Bucks. "William, son of William le Barbour,
of Oxford, grants to Thomas, the abbot of Oseney, his lands and
tenements in Langeport, co. Bucks.

Dated at Oseney on the feast ,17 Ed. III. [Mutilated.]

Ch. 161.

L AUNT ON. John Hawkysford, rector of Lawnton, is bound to
the abbot of Oseney in a sum of twenty pounds to pay such duties to
John, the bp. of Lincoln, as he may be taxed.

Dated 23 October, 16 Henry VIII. Ch. 390.

IjEDHALE. Convention made between Stephen de Ledhale and
Richard his eldest son of the one part, and sir Richard, the abbot, and
convent of Oseney of the other, viz. that they have delivered to the
same canons for a term of 8 years, which commenced on the vigil of
the Ascension, 1226, the whole of. their land of Ledhale with ap-
purtenances, except their court and garden, to cultivate for half of the
profit (' Wannag ') of the same land each year to be taken by the said
Stephen and his heirs. And they will reap and coUect their half of
the corn in autumn and the canons likewise their half. And the
canons shall have 2 parts of the meadow of the said Stephen, and he and
his heirs shall have the third part. Ch. 391.

LEDWELL. Charter reciting an inquisition taken on St. Bar-
tholomew's day, 1257, as to the ancient right of the abbot and convent
of Oseney to two parts of the tithes of the lordship of Ludewell of the
honour of Wallingford, belonging to the church of St. George in the
castle of Oxford, and the rector of Wooton to the third part of the
tithes of the same lordship. Ch. 392.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 333

OXFORD.
William Broune of Broghton in co. Oxon, heir of Joan Broune,
grants to "William Reve of Rolandryght all his lands and messua<^es
which came to him after the death of the said Joan, in Ledwell.

Dated at Ledwell, 13 Oct., 25 Hen. VL Ch. 393.

John Broune of Salford, son and heir of John Broune of Hereford,
constitutes Walter Fox of Ledwell and John Whytesyld of Great
Rollandryght his attornies, to give seisin in his name to William Reve
of Rollandryght of all lands in Ledwell which came to him as heir of
John Broune deceased. Dated at Salford, 3 Jan., 37 Hen. VI. Oh. 394.

William Reve of Rolandryght quit-claims to John Walton, the
abbot, and convent of Oseney, all right in one messuage and one croft
with a virgate of land in Ledewell, co. Oxon.

Dated at Ledewell, 14 October, 11 Ed. IV. Ch. 395.

LONDOlSr. Margaret, daughter of Stephen Nicholas, quit-claims
to Roger, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, all her right in all edifices,
lands, and tenements, which the said abbot and convent have in the
suburbs of the city of London, viz. in the parish of St. Sepulchre's
beyond Newgate, (c. 1280-90.) Ch. 235.

Indenture by which a covenant is made between John, son of Adam

de Kent, citizen, and .... of London, of one part, and Richard,

brother of the said John, of the other, concerning two tenements in

the parish of St. Sepulchre's, London, demised to the said Richard.

Dated at London, .... after the conversion of St. Paul, 9 Ed. III.

[Mutilated.l Ch. 236.

The will of Joan le Sackere, formerly wife of John le Sackere, sen.,
citizen of London. Dated 1347. CA. 237.

Thomas le Sackere, son of John le Sackere of London, quit-claims
for himself and heirs to John de Hoxwode, sen., and Nicholas his son
and Joan his wife, all his right in tenements, &c. in St. Sepulchre's,
London.'

Dated at London the Sunday next after the feast of the Ascension,
22 Ed. III. Ch. 238.

The admission of Henry Dymnell to the freedom of the city of
London the Wednesday next after the feast of the Epiphany, 23 Ed. III.

Ch. 239.

The will of Henry Dymnell, citizen of London, dated 1381, 4
September. [Mutilated.^ Ch. 240.

The will of Henry Dymenel, citizen of London, dated 4 Sept., 1381.
[Dujylicate^ Ch. 241.

Ward Madison, merchant of the Staple, Calais, and Joan his wife,
formerly wife of Morgan Williams, deceased, acknowledges to have
received of the abbot of Oseney 5 marks sterling of a certain annual
rent of 20 marks, payable for their lives.

Dated 2 Nov., 18 Hen. VIII. Ch. 242.



334 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.
OXFORD.
MAIDS MORTON. The award of Roger, abbot of Abingdon, in
a dispute between the abbot and convent of Oseney, and Walter Fitz-
Nigel, concerning a certain hide of land in Morton ; the said Walter
to hold the same of the church of Oseney at an annual rent of 95.
(Roger, abbot, 1175-84.) [With seal.] Ch. 162.

Convention made between Robert, parson of the church of St.
Edmund of Morton, and William, son of Reginald of the same village,
concerning the chapel in the court of the said William de Morton,
namely, that the said Robert, with the assent of Walter de Morton,
patron of the church, has granted to William and his heirs that
they may have a chapel in his court of Morton to celebrate divine
service for ever for himself, his heirs, their wives and families,
without prejudice to the mother church, saving certain tithes, &c.
For which concession the said William granted in frankalmoigne
certain land in Morton. (121 9- 1222.) Ch. 164.

Henry, son of Ralph Dayrel, confirms to William, son of Reginald,
son of Assur de Morton, pannage for 30 pigs in his woods at
Lillingastan, paying annually at Easter for the same one pair of white
gloves, (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 163.

Richard le Frankelein of Morton grants to Henry, son of Robert,
for his homage and service, and for 60s. sterling paid to him, four
acres of land and three roods of meadow in the field of Morton,
paying annually to him and his heirs 6d. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 171.

Elyas le Droys of Morton and Alina his wife grant to sir Mattliew,
archdeacon of Bucks, for his service and for 405. in hand paid, five
acres of laud in Morton, paying annually for the same one red rose at
the octave of St. John Bapt., for all secular services, &c. (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 177.

Helyas le Drueys, with the consent of Aline his wife, grants to
Henry, son of Robert, for his homage and service, three acres of land
in Morton with appurtenances, paying to them and their heirs annually
id. at Easter, for all services and demands. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 176.

Elyas de Droys and Aline his wife grant to Robert de Torneberg
(Thornbury), clerk, for his homage and service, four acres of land in
Morton, paying annually for the same id., and for this donation and
concession 20s. (c. 1250вАФ 60.) Ch. I'jS.

Elyas le Drueys of Morton, with the assent of Aline his wife, grants
to Henry, son of Robert, for his service and for 30s. sterling, one
messuage with appurtenances in Morton, which Herbert held of them,
and is between the messuage of the said Henry and the messuage of
Robert Wodecoc ; paying annually to them and their heirs id.

(c. 1250-60.) Ch. 174.

Peter of the mill grants to Henry, son of Robert, for his homage

and service, a virgate of land in Morton with messuages and

(c. 1250-60.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 16S.

Robert, formerly rector of Morton, grants to Henry, son of Robert,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 335

OXFORD,
and Nichola his wife, for their service, and 405. sterling, one messuage
in Morton, viz. that which belongs to that virgate of land which
Herbert sometime held ; paying annually to the church of Morton at
the altar of St. Edmund ^d. for all services, (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 169.

Sir "Walter de Morthon, kt., grants to Henry, son of Robert, for his
homage and service and one mark, one messuage with appurtenances
in the village of Morthon, namely that which Heginald le Bunt for-
merly held, paying annually one clove at Easter, (c. 1 260-70.) Ch. 173.

Convention made between William, son of Reginald de Morton, of
the one part, and Walter, son of Richard de Morton, of the other,
namely that the said William grants a licence to Walter to inclose his
wood of Morton, in which he claimed common, saving to William and
his heirs common for his pigs between the feasts of St. Michael and
St. Martin, (c. 1230-40.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 165.

Matthew de Stratton, archdeacon of Bucks, grants to the church of
St. Mary, Oseney, and to Richard the abbot and canons there, for the
health of his own and parents' souls, and also for Henry, son of Robert,
formerly his seneschal, and of Nichola his wife, 13 acres, i rood of
arable land and i ^ rood of meadow in the fields of Morthon, and the
whole of his court with gardens and 40 buttes in a pasture to the
north of his garden, which he had by the gift of William, son of sir
Reginald, together with other parcels of land, &c. in Morthon, Borthon,
Adinthon, Sevenhampton, Cloppelai, and Witteleia. (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 179.

Walter de Morton grants to Matthew de Stratton, archdeacon of
Bucks, for his homage and service, one virgate of land in Morton, also
the homage and service of William de Bay us, viz. 2s. rent and all
escheats that will fall to him and his heirs ; to hold the same for ever
at an annual rent of one pound of pepper, or 6d. For this donation
the said Matthew gave him 20 marks of silver, (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 175.

Robert, rector of the church of Morton, grants to Henry, son of
Robert, for half a mark of silver, one half acre of land in the fields of
Morton, paying annually to him and his heirs ^d. (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 172.

William, son of William, son of sir Reginald de Morton, kt., grants
to the church and canons of St. Mary's, Oseney, in frankalmoigne,
a messuage, curtilage and croft, situated between a house of the said
abbot and canons, and William son of Walter the clerk, with 8^ acres
of arable land in the fields and village of Morton, (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 167.

Robert de Morton, son and heir of Mabilia, daughter of Walter
Burga, quit-claims to the church and canons of St. Mary's, Oseney, the



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