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Christiana, formerly wife of William Arnezate of Wallingford, ap-
points William Hyldych and William Wode .... her attorneys, to
give seisin to Alexander Chelseye, rector of Chinnor, and others of 2
acres of arable land lying together in the field of Clopcote. [Seal broken.]
Dated at Clopcote St. Silvester's day, 41 Ed. IIL Ch. 105.

John Swayn grants to Alexander de Cholseye, rector of Chinnor,
and others one acre of arable land in Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Friday next after the feast of the Purifica-
tion B.V.M., 44 Ed. IIL Ch. 112.

John, son and heir of John Horsepath of Wallingford, quit-claims to



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sir Alexander de Cholseye, rector of Cliinnor, and others all his right
in lands and tenements in Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Saturday next before the feast of St.
George, 44 Ed. IIL Ch. 113.

CLOPCOTE, WALLINGFORD, GORING, WYK, and
MAPLEDURHAM. InroUment of 17 charters of lands, etc. be-
longing to the priory of Wallingford. [3futilated.]

Temp. Hen. IV. Ch. 117*.
(a) Henry de Porta grants to "William the clerk of Wallingford, for
his homage and service, one acre of arable laud in the field of Clop-
cote in ' Koclingforlong,' paying annually to him and his heirs id. ; for
this charter he gave to the said Henry 105. sterling. (See Oh. 11.)

(6) R., the treasurer of the Hospital of Jerusalem in England, with the
consent of the brethren, grants to Adam the cooper one messuage
in Clopcote, which they had by the gift of Ralph de Porta ; paying
annually for the same T2d. (See Ch. 12.)

(c) John de Wallingford, marshal, with the consent of Sarah his
wife, quit-claims to Roger de Hamsted and Alice his wife all
right in that tenement winch came to Sarah as dower after the
death of Ralph Gullebole her husband, and lyes between a tene-
ment that was Walter Godlac and the cemetery of the ^prior y of
Wallingford in the parish of St. Martin ;'"paying annually totli^
priory 35. -""^'^ - — ^ '^^

(d) Peter le Vincter of Wallingford grants to Roger de Hamsted and
Alice his wife, for 5 marks in hand paid, the whole of that messuage
with appurtenances which is situated as in charter (c) ; pajdng annu-
ally to the sacristan of the priory of Wallingford 4s. id.

(e) Convention made between the prior and convent of Wallingford of
the one part and Roger de Hamsted of the other, a.d. i 260, in the
feast of the Assumption B.V.M. ; the said prior and convent grant
licence to place a gable towards the east of his house which is situated
between the land of Walter Guthlak on the one part and the ceme-
tery wall of the priory on the other ; for this concession the said Roger
gave half a mark and an annual rent of id.

(/) Roger de Hamsted quit-claims to the prior and convent of Wal-
lingford all his right in the messuage described as above (e).

((/) Alexander Pernele, son of William the clerk of Wallingford, gi-ants
to Ralph de WatljTiton, the prior, and monks of Wallingford in
frankalmoigne one tenement in the j^arish of HQlxTxiuity, between
the tenement sometime Thomas the carter s and the tenement of the
prior which was William Prat's.

(/i) Nicholas, son of Turold, grants to the church and monks of
Wallingford in frankalmoigne the messuage he bought of Guthmund
the tailor (' parmentario '), saving a rent of 7^0?., which annually is
paid to the secretary of the lord of Mungewell.

(i) AVilliam de la Wyk giants to the prior and convent of Walling-
ford the M-hole of the tithe of his lordship of Wyk ; also 25. annual
rent from the tenement of Gilbert Baile in frankalmoigne.



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BERKS.

(k) William Paen grants to the prior and convent of Wallingford the
whole of the tithe of his lordship of Wyk.

(l) William de Drueval, with the consent of his sons, gave one hide
of land in Goring to the monks of Wallingford for their care of him
while he was ill, and likewise he gave to them Tedric the younger
with one virgate of land, his sons and belongings ; of this hide the
virgates are, one held by Tedric the younger, another by Hereward
and Sa . . . his brother, a third by Godric, Swan, and Stephen. The
fourth virgate with one acre of meadow the lady Huna gave from J
her hide which she held in Goring free from all secular service.

(m) Thomas de Drueval confirms the donation which William de
Drueval his uncle gave to the monks of Wallingford, namely one
hide of land with one acre of meadow in Goring.

{71) Rualend, the prior, and convent of the Holy Trinity, Wallingford, '
have granted that hide of land which they hold in Goring to roof the
church of the Holy Trinity and to supply whatever else is necessary.
The secretary, shall on the feast of St. John ' ante port. Lat.' feed the
brethren with bread, wine, and fish. . > '^

(o) Convention made between Gregory, the prior, and the convent of
Wallingford of the one part, and lady Sarah the prioress and convent
of Goring of the other part, by which the said prior and convent grant
one virgate of land in Goring, called ' Cunstables land,' to the said
prioress and convent for an annual rent of 5s. (See Ch. 51.)

Dated at Wallingford on the morrow of the Conception B.V.M.,
1284.

{p) William de Rudpult grants to the prior and convent of Walling-
ford a rent of 8d., which Wimund de Swincumbe annually paid
for 4 acres of land and one of wood above Wikam, which is called
Wodecroft.
(q) Lucy de Verney is bound to pay to the prior and convent of Wal-
lingford annually Ss. for one tenement and two virgates of land in
Mapledurham, of which virgates Robert le Frankeleyn formerly held
one and William Frenche . . . the other, which said tenement and
two virgates sir John of Mapledurham Chausey, kt., had from the
prior for the said rent of 85.
(r) Walter de Chauseye grants to the church of Wallingford one acre
of land in Mapledurham, namely, that which is called 'havlvesaker,'
and with this acre 10 sticks of eels or 25. annually, for the souls of
his father, mother, and himself. (See Ch. 52.)

CLOPCOTE. Sir Alexander, rector of Chinnor, grants to William
de Dynliam, the prior, and convent of Wallingford one messuage and
land in Clopcote near Wallingford.

Dated at Clopcote near Wallingford the Sunday next after the

feast of the Invention of the Cross, 6 Ric. II. Witness — Richard

Attefelde, then mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 125.

John Horsepathe of Wallingford grants to Richard Folyot and Alice

his wife one acre and one rood of meadow in the Northmede of Clopcote.

Dated at Clopcote the Thursday before the feast of St. Gregory the

pope, 26 Ed. III. Ch. 142.



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BERKS.
Indenture witnessing that sir Edmund Rede, kt, demises to
William Herdewyk, the prior, and convent of Wallingford his manors
of Ruysthcourt and Clopcote in co. Berks., which were lately in the
tenure of Thomas Slade and Robert Broun, with 2s. annual rent in
Wallingford, for 99 years, at an annual rent of 40 marks.

Dated 7 Dec, 5 Ed. IV. Ch. 143.

CROWMAIISH-GIFFOBD. John Leytfott of London grants to
Alice Foliot of Wallingford two messuages and a curtilage in Walling-
ford and 2 J acres of land in Croozmerch Giffard.

Dated at Wallingford the Tuesday next after the feast of St.

Barnabas, 45 Ed. III. Ch. 115,

William Leytfote and Joan his wife remit all right of action for

waste for a tenement which is held by Alice Folyot for her life, and

which descends to the said William and Joan after her death.

Dated at Wallingford the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Barnabas, 45 Ed. III. Witness — Rich. Atefelde, then mayor of
Wallingford. ^ Zrrzir~ Ch. 114.

ERLEYA. Judgment given by the prior of Barnewell and the
chancellor of Canterbury in a cause delegated by the pope to them to
hear between the prior and convent of Wallingford and sir Henry do
Erleya, kt., and H. his chaplain, concerning the right to the tithes of
Erleya ; heard in the great church of Wallingford, the Thursday next
after the feast of the translation of St. Thomas, 20 Hen. III. Ch. 17.

GARSINGTON. Indenture by which William, the prior, and
convent of Wallingford, in consideration of the payment of certain
sums of money and an annual rent by Robert Dalton, parson of Garsing-
don, covenant not to prosecute or recover upon a judgment obtained in
the King's court against the said Robert Dalton for £105.

Dated at Wallingford, 12 Sept., 43 Ed. TIL Ch. 109.

GORING. Convention by which Gregory, the prior, and convent of

Wallingford grant to the lady Sarah and the convent of Goring one

virgate of land in Goring, called ' Cunestables loud,' for ever, at an

annual rent of 55.

Dated at Wallingford on the morrow of the Purification, 1284.
Witness — John Luches, then mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 51.

HENDRED (East). Indenture made 8th August, 37 Hen. VI,
by which John Banbough, the prior, and convent of Wallingford demise
to Thomas Fynemore of East Henred, husbandman, their tithes of
East Henred for 30 years at an annual rent of £ i o 13s. ^d. Ch. 141.

MAPLEDURHAM. Indenture between Gregory, the prior, and
convent of Wallingford of the one part, and sir John de Chausy,
kt., sou of Geoffrey de Chausy of Mapledurham, of the other part, wit-
nesseth that whereas divers discords existed between the said parties
concerning the right to one acre of meadow, called * hawlvesacre,'
and a rent of ten estiches of eels or 25., in Mapledurham, this conven-
tion witnesseth that for the payment of 55. annually by sir John de
Chausy, the prior and convent release all right to the said land or rents.
Dated at Wallingford the Tuesday on the morrow of St. Mark
the evangelist, 17 Ed. I. Ch. 52.



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BERKS.
MORTON (South). The prior and couvent of Wallingford declare
that they have had peaceable possession of the tithe of a mill of the
lady Maigaret de Saundervill in South Morton, and that a certain
annual rent of 8d. is owing of which they possess no sufficient evi-
dences, the prior and convent quit-claim to the lady Margaret the said
rent of Sd. and the tithe of the said mill.

Dated at Wallingford in the feast of the Invention of the Cross,
5 Ric. II. Ch. 123.

MOULESFORD. Mandate of K. Hen. I addressed to Hugh de
Bocheland commanding him to allow the monks of Wallingford to
have their tithes of Moulesford, and of the land of Henry the larderer,
as they held them in the time of K. "William his brother. [Tested.
Ranulph the chancellor at Northampton.] (c. 11 10.) Ch. i.

Agnes, daughter of Robert the miller of Moulesford, grants to
Richard her brother a messuage with a curtilage in Moulesford, paying
annually to the chief lord of Moulesford 6d. and to Agnes one clove ;
for this grant the said Richard gave to Agnes 206\ (c. 1260.) Ch. 28.

NEWNHAM-MURREN. John Gredere of Wallingford grants
to Thomas de Radelee and Alice his wife and John their son one
angular piece of land in the fields of Nywenham near Craumerssche
in ' Merssche fbrlang.' [Mutilated.]

Dated at ... . Easter Sunday .... of King Edward the son
of Henry. Ch. 49^

Alice, who was the wife of Thomas de Radele, quit-claims to John le
Pa .... of Abingdon all her right in two pieces of arable land lying
in the fields of Nywenham near Crowmersh.

Dated at Wallingford the Friday in the feast of St. Rennet the
abbot, 1 1 Ed. III. Ch. 84.

NETHERCOTE. Miles de Nothercot grants to the church of
Wallingford in frankalmoigne half a virgate of land with a messuage
in Nothercot which Stephen the son of Richard the miller of Salingford
held. (c. 1 180.) Ck4.

OXFORD. Fine levied at Westminster, Easter .... between
Henry son of William le . . . . and Richard his brother of one part,
and Eustace de Wallingford and Emma his wife of the other, con-
cerning a messuage in Oxford, (c. 1300.) [Partly obliterated.]

Ch. 48.

QUENTUNE. Hirvoy Malet of Quentune, son of Ruelend, grants
to the church of Wallingford the donation of half a virgate of
land in Quentune which Hugh Malet his cousin and tenant (homo
meus) made to them for the sustentation of a sacristan, (c. 1220.)

Ch. 9.

Hugh Malet of Quentune grants to the prior and convent of

Wallingford in frankalmoigne half a virgate of land in [Quentune].

(c. 1220.) .... [Mutilated.] Ch. 10.

SCHEPEHAL. Stephen de Wytteham, the prior, and convent of
Wallingford grant to William called Gerneys of Hertforde and Richard



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his eldest son all tithes belonging to their church of Schepehal, etc., for
three years for a payment of 2 4 marks of silver.

Dated at Wallingford the Wednesday next after the Nativity of
the Virgin, 9 Ed. II. Ch. 57.

SHABBINGTON, ASTON ROWANT, STOKENCHURCH,
and GARSINGTON. Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, confirms to
the prior and convent of Walliogford the appropriation of the churches
of Shobyndon and Aston Rowant with the chapel of Stokenchurch,
together with a pension of loos. from Garsington church, etc., with
certain tithes therein named.

Dated at Missenden, the Ides of April, 1320. Gh. 60.

SHABBINGTON. Anthony Zowche, the prior, and convent of
Wallingford demise to Thomas Padual of Crendon, yeoman, the whole
of their rectory of Shobyngdon for 20 years at an annual rent of 7
marks. Dated at Wallingford, 5th May, 1485. Ch. 149.

SOTTWELL. Thomas Smyth of Ippesden and Alice his wife
gi-ant to sir John Kentewode, kt., and others 7 acres of arable land
lying in the field of Sottewell, which were formerly Henry Sottewell's.
Dated at Sottewell, 4th Sept., 49 Ed. III. Ch. 117.

William Amizat, son and heir of William Arnizat of Wallingford,
quit-claims to Henry Maundfiville of Midelstoke all right in 2 acres
of land lying in the fields of Sotwell.

Dated at Wallingford in the feast of the apostles Simon and Jude,
5 Ric. II. Ch. 124.

Ralph grants to land in Sottewell. \_Afrag7Rent.^

Dated 15 Ric. II. Ch. 127.

STOKE (North). Convention dated the Sunday after the feast
of St. Matthew the apostle, 3 Ed. I, by which Ralph, the prior, and con-
vent of Wallingford grant to farm to John son of John de Bornfeld the
whole of the land in the village of North Stoke which they have by
reason of the custody of the land and heirship of Roger Croc to hold
until the said Roger is of full age, paying annually 23s. Ch. 46.

STOKENCHURCH. Letter of William, bishop of Lincoln, con-
cerning a convention made between and the parishioners of

Stokenchurch of the other part about a cemetery at Stokenchurch.
(c. 1206.) [^^i f7'agment.'] Ch. ^6.

WALLINGFORD, HENDRED, MOIJLSFORD, SOTT-
WELL, etc. Charter of Joceline, bishop of Salisbury, reciting and
confirming to the priory of Wallingford the donation of the churches
of the Holy Trinity, St. John, St. Martin, and St. Mary, in Wallingford ;
the church of Hendred, two parts of the tithes of Moulsford of the
gift of Emma Chausi, the tithes of Chersevelle, Dunituna, Erleia,
Morton, and tlie lordship of Sotwell. (c. 1160.) [Printed in the
Monasticon, vol. iii. p. 280.] Ch. 3.

R grants to Michael de Turnham (c. 1 1 80.)

[A fragment.] Ch. 6.

Charter by which with the assent of Roger Mauduit



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 15

BERKS.

her husband and . confirms to the church of the Holy

Trinity, Wallingford, a virgate of land which Geoffrey the son of Sawy
holds, (c, I2IO.) [^A /ragment.~\ Ch. 7.

Master Christian de Wallingford grants in frankalmoign© to the
church of Wallingford, in consideration of providing him daily with
meat and drink for himself and servant, certain lands, &c., and after
his decease all his books of the Divine Scriptures for ever. (c. 1180.)

Ch. 8.

Ralph de Watlington, formerly prior, with the assent of R. abbot of
St. Alban's, and the unanimous consent of all his brethren, gives and
assigns to the convent of Wallingford the rents received from the
abbot of Reading or the chamberlain of the same in recompense for
certain land, and also other bequests in Wallingford and elsewhere,
(c. 1255.) U^futilated.'] Ch. 15.

WALLINGFORD and CLOPCOTE. William Gurmund of
Wallingford grants in frankalmoigne to the sacristan of the church
of Wallingford 3 is. 2d. annual quit rents in the villages of Wallingford
and Clopcote for providing lamps and candles to burn to the honour of
the blessed Virgin.

William, the abbot of St. Alban's, and Thomas, the prior, of Walling-
ford, seal the charter with the above William Gurmund. Ch. 16.

Stephen de Stallis of Wallingford grants to the brethren and
sisters of the hospital of St. John, Wallingford, in frankalmoigne a
messuage in the parish of St. Leonard, viz. that opposite to the mes-
suage of Bartholomew Eyrburne within the South Gate of Wallingford.
(c. 1240.) \^Seal.'\ Ch. 20*.

Stephen de Stallis for the health of his soul grants to the church
of the Holy Trinity, Wallingford, and to sir William de Huntingdon
then prior, in frankalmoigne Y^d. of annual rent from a certain pasture
in the village of Wallingford. (c. 1240.) Ch. 21.

Robert, the dean, and the chapter of Salisbury confirm the charter
of Robert, bishop of Salisbury, to the priory of the Holy Trinity, Wal-
lingford, concerning the churches, tithes, and other gifts made to that
house. l^Printed in the Monasticon, vol. iii. p. 280.]

Dated i st Ides April, 1243. ^^' ^3'

Richard, the son of Simeon Guremund of Wallingford, grants to
William de Watlington, provost, for 6 marks, a tenement in a lane
called ^dmundes Lane, with a piece of curtilage in the parish of
St. Mary the Greater, Wallingford ; also a tenement in the parish of
St. Leonard, (c. 1250.) Ch. 24.

Richard de Brithtewell grants to the priory of Wallingford in
frankalmoigne a certain stone house in the parish of St. Mary. . . .1
(c. 1250.) [Ilutilated.] Ch. 25.

John Huberd of Wallingford grants to the church of Wallingford
in frankalmoigne one messuage in the parish of the Holy Trinity,
Wallingford. Witness — Richard de Brytweltun, then mayor of Wal-
lingford. (c. 1250.) Ch. 26.



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BERKS.
Robert Louches grants to the church of Wallingford in frankal-
moigne a certain pasture of 5 acres in the field called Portfeld.
Witness — Eustace the goldsmith, then mayor of Wallingford. (c. 1240.)

Ch. 27.

John Ferarius of "Wallingford grants to Henry de Yaunewith, for
14s. in hand paid, a messuage in the parish of the Holy Trinity, Wal-
lingford ; paying to the lord of the fee lod.^ and to John and his heirs
id. Witness — Alexander Dublet, then mayor of "Wallingford. (c. 1260.)
[Mutilated^ Ch. 29.

John, son of Hugh de Brehull, with the assent of Nicholia his
wife, grants to Alan de Wallingford, physician, the whole of his fish-
pond at the East gate ; paying annually for the same 2d. Witness —
Alexander Dublet, then mayor of Wallingford. (c. 1250.) Ch. 30.

widow of Walter Vergeley quit-claims to John Vyne all

right in a messuage lying in Kanecroft, in the parish of the Holy
Trinity, Wallingford. Witness — Alexander de Stallis, then mayor of
Wallingford. (c. 1260.) [^Mutilated.'] Ch. 31.

A declaration of E., archdeacon of Berks., that a synod having been
held in the church of the priory of "Wallingford during the vacancy of
the See of Salisbury, no claim shall hereafter be made, nor the liberties
or privileges of the priory be disturbed in consequence thereof.

Dated in the vigil of the Conversion of St. Paul, 1246. Ch. 32.

Convention, dated 35 Hen. Ill, made between Geoffrey the prior of

"Wallingford and convent there and Isabel \_A fragment.^

Ch. 33.

Decision of Walter, bishop of Salisbury, with reference to the
differences existing between the rector of St. Leonard, Wallingford, and
Ralph, master of the hospital of St. John. [Mutilated.^

Dated ist year of his pontificate, i. e. 1263. Ch. 34.

Isabella of Wallingford quit-claims to Peter de

master and the sisters and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Walling-
ford, her right in that tenement in which she was accustomed to
dwell, (c. 1270.) Ch. 35.

Geoffrey, son of Robert of the Hall (*de Aula'), grants to the church
of Wallingford land lying between the land of Kuth his brother and
the land of Hubert de Hechfeld ; also with his body he grants to
them a messuage lying between the house of William Barat and the
house of Ralph Cruday in frankalmoigne. (c. 1260.) Ch. 39.

Judgment in a suit in which the prior and convent of Wallingford
are plaintiffs and Ralph Canute of Redburne defendant, commanding
the said Ralph to give up certain property under a penalty of 20 marks,
(c. 1260.) [Mutilated.'] Ch. 38.

Richard le Wythebolt, with the assent of Lynina his wife, grants
to Robert de Cuxham and Norgana his wife for 4 marks of silver
the whole of that messuage with a curtilage in the parish of St.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 17

BERKS.
Leonards, Wallingford. (c. 1270.) Witness — Nicholas the goldsmith,
then mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 40.

Hubert de Hethfeld grants in frankalmoigne rents of 55. 6d. going
out of certain lands held of him by Henry de Furno, for the sustenta-
tion of one wax candle of two pounds in weight to bum before the
image of St, Mary in the church of the Holy Trinity, Wallingford.
(c. 1270.) Ch. 43.

The prior and convent of Wallingford demise to

Barbor (Barbitonsori) of Wallingford, one place with a selar or solar

in the parish of St. Mary the Greater, Wallingford, for

[Mutilated.']

Dated 1 309. Witness — John Maryot, then mayor of Wallingford.

Ch. 44.

Mutilated deed reciting differences between William de Kirkeby,
prior of Wallingford, and Henry de Horsyndon, rector, and the
parishioners of the parish of St. Mary the Grreater, in Wallingford.
(c. 1280.) Ch. 45.

Matilda, formerly the wife of Richard de Morton, quit-claims to
John de Luchiis and Eve his wife, for half a mark, all her right in lod.
of annual rent, which she and her husband received from a tenement
in the parish of St. Mary the Greater, Wallingford.

Dated the Saturday in the feast of St. Nicholas, 16 Ed. I. Ch. 50.

William le Coveror of Wallingford, grants to Richard de Louches
of Wallingford, one messuage with a curtilage in the parish of the
Holy Trinity.

Dated at Wallingford the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Peter in Cathed., 3 Ed. II. Witness — John Maryot, then
mayor. Ch. 53.

Alice and Joan, daughters and heirs of Bartholomew de Henlee of

Wallingford, grant to Richard de Louches, son and heir of John, the

whole of their house in the parish of St. Mary the Less, WalliDgford.

Dated the Friday after the translation of St. Thoma^ the martyr,

3 Ed. II. Witness — ^.Tohn Maryot, then mayor of Wallingford.

Ch. 54.

Richard Gratard, son of Roger Gratard, grants to Richard de
Louches of Wallingford the whole of that place with the Barbicans
near the east gate of Wallingford, and also the place beyond the east
gate.

Dated at Wallingford the Thursday next after the feast of the
Annunciation, 7 Ed. II. Ch. 56.

Joan Corteys of Wallingford, grants to Thomas de Berewyk, and
Isabella his wife of the same place, one piece of land in Corteyselane.
Witness — ^John Maryot, then mayor of Wallingford,

Dated at Wallingford the Saturday in the feast of the Nativity
of St. John the Baptist, 1 1 Ed. II. Ch. 58.

Richard de Chaddesleye and Thomas de Knokyn appointed by
Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, to visit the archdeaconry of Oxford,
certify that they have examined the privileges, muniments and other



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BERKS,
instruments of the prior and convent of Wallingford, concerning the
appropriation of the church of Aston, a pension of lOOs. from the
church of Gersingdon, 7s. from the church of Chinnor, a portion of
the tithe of Mongewell estimated at one mark, and los. from Tonfeld.
Dated at Bampton, 9 Kal. April, 1319. Ch. 59.

Joan Corteys, daughter and heir of William Corteys of "Wallingford,
grants to Thomas de Berewyk the whole of her tenement in the
parish of the Holy Trinity, Wallingford. Witness — Nich. de la Barre,
then mayor of Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Luke
the evangelist, 14 Ed. II. Ch. 65.

Joan Corteys, daughter and heir of William Corteys of Wallingford,
quit-claims to Thomas de Berewyk of Wallingford all her right in a
tenement situated in the parish of the Holy Trinity, Wallingford.
Witness — Nicholas de la Barre, then mayor.

Dated at Wallingford the Wednesday after the feast of St. Luke
the evangelist, 14 Ed. II. Ch. 66.

Convention by which William Heron, the prior, and convent of
Wallingford demise to Richard le Maston and Alice his wife the half
of a tenement in the parish of Holy Trinity, Wallingford, for their
lives, paying annually 3s.

Dated at Wallingford in the feast of the Nativity of St. John,



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