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[Cudelynton?]. Temp. Ed. III. (7A. 82.

Inspeximus and confirmation charter of King Edward II. [Mutilated.']

Ch. 83.

Fragment of a manor court roll. Temjp. Ed. III. Ch, 84.

An acquittance from Thomas Lyndlowe and John "Wendover,
proctors of the university of Oxford, for the receipt of 265. 80?. from
the abbot and convent of Oseney.

Dated at Oxford on the feast of St. Nicholas, 1377. Ch. 85.

View of frankpledge of the abbot of Oseney, with a court for the
manor of , held 4 Rich. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 86.

An acquittance by Dionisius Faukener to the abbot and convent of
Oseney for one robe and 205., being a certain corrody granted to
him by King Edward III for his life, being half a year's payment.
Dated at Oseney . . the Assumption of the Virgin, 7 Rich. II.

Ch. 87.

An acquittance given to the abbot and convent of Oseney, by

Geoffrey, abbot of Eynsham, for

Dated 7 Ric. II. [Mutilated^ Ch. 88.

An acknowledgment that the prioress of Goring has received from
the abbot of Oseney 6s. for annual rents.

Dated at Goring on St. Katherine's day, 8 Ric. II. Ch. 89.

Charter reciting a bond of the abbot and convent of Oseney in £100
to the prior and convent of St. Frideswide, payable at Micliaelmas
after the date of this present writing, in case of the non-observance of
the covenants and conditions contained in a certain indenture under
date of 13 March, 1385.

Dated 14 March, 1385, and 9 Richard 11. Ch. 90.

An acknowledgment by Alice, the prioress of Goring, to have

received of the abbot and convent of Oseney

Dated at Goring, 12 . . . . , 14 Ric. 11. [Mutilated.] Ch. 91.



346 CALENDAE OF CHARTERS, EOLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
An acknowledgment by Lucy, prioress of Groring, to have received
of the abbot of Oseney 65., being part of an annual rent of 105,

Dated at Goring, 22 October, 17 Eic. II. Ch. 94.

Bond given by the abbot and convent of Byttelesdene, co. Bucks, to
pay to the abbot and convent of Oseney £53 6s. 2>d. at Michaelmas
following the date of this bond.

Dated 10 July, 15 Eich. II. Ch. 92.

An acquittance given by Stephen Brakkeley and Richard Whel-
pyngton, proctors of the university, for the payment by the abbot and
convent of Oseney of 26s. 8cZ.

Dated on the feast of St. Nicholas, 17 Ric. II. Ch. 95.

Thomas Beckyngham, bachelor of canon law and commissary of
Thomas, bishop of Lincoln, by virtue of a commission for visiting
the archdeaconries of Oxon and Bucks, certifies the appropriation of
certain churches and tithes to the uses of the abbot and convent of
Oseney. Dated at Oxford, 14 Kal. Dec, 1397. Ch. 96.

A fragment. Temp. Rich. 11. Ch. 97.

Writ of K. Henry IV to his escheator of the co. of Gloucester,
concerning the election of William Wendovere, canon, as abbot of
Oseney, and commanding a restitution of the temporalities in his
bailiwick. Dated at Westminster, 16 March, 5 Hen. IV. Ch. 98.

Bond in a sum of .£17 135. 4c?., given to the abbot and convent of
Oseney by John Fyscher and William Goldsmyth of Chinnor, co. Oxon,
payable the ist day of June following the date of these presents.

Dated 2 April, 1410, and 11 Hen. IV. Ch. 99.

•John Drake, clerk, binds himself to the abbot and convent of Oseney
in a sum of <£ioo sterling, payable at Christmas following the date of
these presents.

Dated on the morrow of the feast of St. Luke the evangelist, 13
Hen. IV. Ch. 100.

An acquittance of , nuncio in England, for 75. {V)

received from the abbot of Oseney.

Dated at London, 6 November, .... [Mutilated.^ Ch. 10 1.

Fragment of a roll of accounts, temjp. Hen. IV. Ch. 102.

Fragment of an account, temp. Hen. IV. Ch. 103.

Fragment of a roll of accounts, temp. Hen. IV. Ch. 104.

Receipts and payments by John Prinstowe {V) of the infirmary.
Dated 14 14. Ch. 105.

Fragment of roll of the keeper of the flocks, for the 2nd Hen. V.

Ch. io6.

Fragment of a bursar's account.

"Oseney. Compotus Johannis Westbury, prioris, et Petrus
Oxynford, bursar, ab anno 1 1 Hen. VI, ad annum 12 . ."

Ch. 107.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 347

OXFORD.

Richard Horton of Newbotell in co. Northampton, gentleman,

quit-claims to William, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, all his

right of action, execution, or demand, against the said abbot and

convent to the date of these presents.

Dated 13 October, 23 Hen. YI. Gh. 108.

Mutilated deed relating to differences between the abbot and convent
of Oseney and the mayor and bailiffs of Oxford, (c. 1460.) Gh, 109.

"William, the abbot, and the convent of Oseney, manumit Thomas
Hampton, son of Thomas Hampton, senior, their serf, from villenage,
&c. [Mutilated.] Gh. no.

Bond of 20 marks given by John Ower of King's Sutton to the abbot
and convent of Oseney. Gh. in.

Fragment of a roll of accounts (stipends of servants). Gh. 112.

Part of a deed relating to the election of Eichard Leyceter as
abbot of Oseney.

Dated the 2nd year of Pope Sixtus IV (1472). Gh. 113.

Letter from Richard, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, to Thoma?;,
the prior, and convent of Torkesey, Lincoln diocese, granting leave to
Kichard Boston, canon of Oseney, to enter the said priory of Torkesey,
with note of his reception. Dated 27 January, 1473. Gh. 114.

Fragment of a roll of accounts, temp. Ed. IV. Gh. 115.

Writ of K. Henry VII to his escheator of the county of Stafford,
confirming the election of Robert Oseney, canon, as abbot of Oseney,
and commanding the restitution of the temporalities in his bailiwick.
Dated at Westminster, 25 November, ist year of his reign.

Gh. 116.

An acquittance from the Exchequer, dated 11 Hen. YII, for the
payment of <£88 4s. 2^d., less £S iis. ^d. allowance, by the abbot and
convent of Oseney, collectors of the tenths granted by the clergy of
Canterbury. [Mutilated.'] C%. 117.

Memorandum that Richard Hacborn, canon and chamberer of Oseney,
paid to Symon Fry, receiver of the convent money, 6s. Sc?., i Oct.,
12 Hen.VIL 6Vi. 118.

Exchequer receipt dated r8 Hen. VII, for £20 due by the abbot
and convent of Oseney for the castle mills. King's mede, and for half
the fishing of the Thames from Hyde brygge to the castle mills.

Sir John Williams, sheriff. Gh. 119.

A petition to the King that he would compel the abbot of Oseney
to answer the complaint of R/obert Wodecok of Bury St. Edmond's,
husbandman. Temj). Hen.VIL Gh. 120.

Bond entered into by Robert Wodecok of Bury St. Edmund, co.
Suffolk, husbandman, and John Hawkyns of Oxford, glover, in a sum
of £20 to the abbot of Oseney, to abide by the award of Harry



348 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
Makeney and John Egecombe, arbitrators of all accounts, debts, &c.,
of John Howse, alias John Cator, and his wife.

Dated 3 August, 17 Hen. YIL Ch. 121.

The abbot and convent of Oseney enter into a bond of X20 to abide
by the award of James Souche and Elye Ruthyn in differences
existing between the said ajbbot and Robert Wodecok.

Dated 17 July, 17 Hen. VII. Ch. 122.

Quit-claim of Alice, widow of Thomas Skowe, of all actions,
demands, &c., to Robert, the abbot, and convent of Oseney.

Dated 28 June, 17 Hen. VII. Ch. 123.

Quit-claim by Richard Walys of Oxford, plummer, to Robert, the
abbot, and convent of Oseney, of all actions, quarrels, and demands, to
this time. Dated 17 November, 17 Hen. VII. Ch. 124.

An acquittance given by William Smith, bp. of Lincoln and
chancellor of the university of Oxford, Hugh Hawardyn, and John
Masson, to the abbot and convent of Oseney, for the payment of
265. ^d. for an annual pension due to the university.

Dated 11 May, 18 Hen. VII. Ch. 125.

The account of Edmund Wycumb, keeper of the castle mills, Oxford,
and the field called Medehey, from 18 Hen. VI to 19 Hen. VI.

[Mutilated.^ Ch. 126.

An acquittance from Richard Maiewe, chancellor, John Stokisley
and Richard Dudley, proctors of the university of Oxford, for the
payment of 265. 80?. due to the university of Oxford by the abbot and
convent of Oseney. Dated 9 March, 19 Hen. VII. Ch. 127.

Exchequer receipt, dated 20 Hen. VII, for £20 due to the crown by
the abbot and convent of Oseney for the castle mills. King's Mede, and
half the fishery of the Thames from Hyde biygge to the castle mills.

Ch. 128.

Licence from K. Henry VII to the prior and convent of Oseney,

giving them authority to elect an abbot in the room of Robert, resigned.

Dated at Knoll, 8 Aug., 20 Hen. VII. Ch. 129.

Exchequer receipt, dated 21 Hen. VII, for 1095. id. for an account
rendered by Hugh Manston, attorney of the said abbot and convent,
for the profits, &c. from the 14 Nov., 21 Hen. VII, to the 28th of the
same month, viz. for 15 days between the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Robert Osney and the election of William Barton to
the abbacy. Ch. 130.

Exchequer receipt for .£20 for the fishing and the mills under the
castle and a meadow near Oseney called King's mede, &c. to the abbot
and convent of Oseney.

Dated 2 1 Hen. VII. (7^. 1 3 1 .

Exchequer receipt, dated 22 Hen. VII, for £20 due to the crown by
the abbot and convent of Oseney for the castle mills, King's mede, and
half the fishery of the Thames from Hide brygge to the castle mills.

Ch. 132.



• IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 349

OXFORD.
Fragment of an Exchequer receipt for the payment by Oseney of
the reserved rent due to the crown for the mills and King's mede.

Dated 23 Hen.VIL Ch. 133.

Fragment of a roll of accounts, temp. Hen. VII. Ch. 134.

Fragment of a roll of farming accounts, temp. Hen. YII. Ch. 135.

Fragments of a roll of accounts, temp. Hen. YII. [On paper.]

Ch. 136.

Fragment of a roll of accounts, temp. Hen. YII. . Ch. 137.

Payment to the Exchequer of X20 for the mills, &c. belonging to the
abbey of Oseney, for 2 Hen. YITI. Ch. 138.

Bond of John Turnor of Oxford to Robert Tettesworth, of 10 pounds
of lawful money to be paid to the said Robert, or his attorney or
executors, at Easter next after the date of these presents.

Dated 4 April, 8 Henry YIII. Ch. 139.

Letter of the convent of Oseney appointing Thomas Ashley, John
Heryng, William Clayton, and others, their attorneys in ecclesiastical
suits, &c. Dated 28 April, 1527. [Mutilated.] Ch. 140.

An acquittance from the Exchequer for £20, being an annual rent
due to the crown from Oseney, for the mills, King's mede, fishery, &c.,
19 Henry YIII. Ch. 141.,

Bond given by John Dryks worth and Laurence Eton in £20, to
abide the award of John, abbot of • Oseney, and William Fryer,
alderman of Oxford, arbitrators between them and Godfrey Dyke.

Dated 28 Jan., 20 Hen. YIII. Ch. 142.

Confirmation of Magna Charta by King Henry III. [ With seal.]

Ch. 142*.

Confirmation by King Edward I of Magna Charta and the Carta
deforesta.

Dated at Westminster, 28 March, 28 of his reign. [With seal]

Ch. 143*.

OVERTON, Leicester. Memorandum from the official of the
bp. of Lincoln, that Thomas de Yerdon, rector of Overton, may pay to
the abbot and convent of Oseney each year at Michaelmas, according
to a composition, the same as his predecessors.

Dated at Oxford on St. Andrew's day, 1250. Ch. 234.

Master Thomas, rector of Overton, by agreement with the abbot
and convent of Oseney, and consent of master Robert de Marescal,
official of the bp. of Lincoln, obtains the tithes of the abbot and
convent at Twics, viz. 2 parts of the tithes of corn, for a payment of
35. within the three weeks next after the feast of St. Michael, at
Oseney.

Dated at Ibstock, St. Laurence's day, 1250. Ch. 234*.

OVINGr, CO. Bucks. Manor roll for the court held at Ovynge
the Thursday next after the feast of the Annunciation of B.Y. M.,
32 Ed. in. Ch. 183.



350 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
OXFORD (All Saints). Juliana the widow, and Margaret the
daughter of Hugh Hudde, grant to Walter the goldsmith, a seld in
the Butcherow in All Saints' parish, for which he gave to them 30s.
Witness, Peter, son of Torald, then mayor. (c. 1240-50.)

CJi. 478.

OXFORD (Holywell). Henry, son of Simeon, grants to William
the hosier of Oseney, the half of the mill of Haliwell with the
appurtenances which the same Henry has in the said mill, to hold in
fee at an annual rent of i6s. for all service. For this grant the said
William gave one bezant for recognition; and granted to the said
Henry the half of the mill he held of the Templars for his term,
(c. 1210-20.) Ch. 479.

OXFORD (St. Aldate). Walter, son of Loece, daughter of Jordan
de Eylesbury, grants to the church and canons of Oseney 12c?. of annual
rent, which he was accustomed annually to receive from a tenement

formerly Bartholomew in the parish of St, Aldate's, Oxford.

Witnesses. Nicholas de Kyngeston, then mayor of Oxford,
Elyasle Quilter and John C . . . . then bailiffs, (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 480.

Joan, daughter and heir of Robert de Staunton, citizen and
fisherman, of Oxford, relict of John Sch . . . , grants to John de
Abyndon a tenement in St. Aldate's parish.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of St. Mark the evangelist,
20 Rich. II. Ch. 481.

Indenture between the abbot and convent of Oseney on the one part,
and the master and scholars or fellows of Balliol College of the other,
witnesseth that the abbot and convent have demised a certain area in
Jury lane, Oxon, opposite to the civil law school, to Balliol College for
99 years, at an annual rent of 3s. ^d.

Dated on the feast of St. Gregory the pope, 1443, 22 Hen. VI.

Ch. 482.

OXFORD (St. Ebbe). Mandate from the official of the bishop
of Lincoln (R. de Marsh) to Rob de Preston, and Robert, rector of the
church of St. John, to hear an appeal from a judgment of the
chancellor's court, between the abbot and convent of Oseney and Roger
de Lega — with a citation addressed to Roger de Lega to appear before
them in the church of St. John, (c, 1300-10.) Ch. 485.

Indenture between Thomas, the abbot, and convent of Oseney of the
one part, and Thomas Nynehide, principal of Hincksey hall, situated in
Oxford, at the end of a certain lane called Kepharme lane, in Fish
street, of the other part, witnesseth that the abbot and convent have
demised to the said Thomas a certain tenement called Grove hall,
situated in Pynferthyng strete within the parish of St. Ebbe, in
perpetuity, paying annually for the same 9s.

Dated at Oseney on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the
Baptist, 22 Hen. YI. Ch. 486.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 351

OXFORD.



OXFORD (St. Edward, All Saints, and St. Mary the Virgin).

Quit- claim of to Ralph of a tenement in St.

Edward's parish, of a messuage in All Saint's, and of one in the
parish of St. Mary the virgin, (c. 1300.) [Fragment] Ch. 487.

OXFORD (St. Edward). John de Grendon grants to Roger
.... kan and Alice his wife, and their heirs, the whole of the tenement
in St. Edward's parish, between a tenement of the prior of St. Frid.
on the west, and land of the abbot of Oseney on the east, which he
had by the will of Agatha de . . . .

Dated at Oxford the Thursday next before the feast of St. John
ante port, lat., 6 Ed. II. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 488.

William de and Margaret his wife quit-claim to Henry de

Sanford, all their right in one messuage in the parish of St. Edward,
between a tenement of the abbot and convent of Eynesham on the one
part, and the land of the prior and convent of St. Frideswide on the
other.

Witnesses. Richard Gary, then mayor, Walter de Farendon and

John de Brehull, then bailiffs of Oxford.
Dated at Oxford, 12 June, 10 Ed. III. Ch. 489.

Thomas de Nextebury of Watereton grants to the abbot and convent
of Oseney a cellar with a solar in St. Edward's parish, Oxford, in
Little Jewerye, between a tenement of Joseph de Wodestok on the
west, and a tenement of Balliol hall on the east.

Dated at Oxford the Sunday next before the Epiphany, 2 2 Ed. III.

Ch. 490.

Richard Spragot, Robert atte Wode, John Dolle, William Person,
Philip Mercham, Thomas Sherman, Richard Hobcroft, John Pollard,
and William Gruffyn, appoint Robert Egebery and Robert Wodehouse
their attornies, to receive in their name full possession of a tenement
situate in the parish of St. Edward, Oxford, between a tenement of the
abbot and convent of Oseney on the south, and a tenement of the
warden and scholars of New College on the north.

Dated at Oxford, 26 March, 32 Hen. YI. Ch. 491.

Bond given by the abbot and convent of Oseney to New Gollege,
that they will when demanded make a lease of a piece of land
-adjoining Vine hall in Oxford, belonging to the said abbot and convent,
for 99 years, at an annual rent of 4s. to New College.

Dated 6 Aug., 17 Hen. YIII. Ch. 492.

OXFORD (St. George). Copies of deeds relating to the foun-
dation of St. George's within the castle. (c. 11 50.) [Mutilated.]

Ch. 493.

Lease granted by the abbot and convent of Oseney to William
Bybye, slatter, of their tenement called Founder's third mansion, in
the parish of St. George, Oxford, for 71 years, paying annually
6s. Sd. Dated 3 Feb., 30 Hen. VIII. Ch. 494.

. OXFORD (St. John), Agreement made i August, 35 Hen. VI,



352 CALENDAE OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
between John, the abbot, and convent of Oseney of the one part, and
Robert, the prior, and convent of St. Frideswide of the other part, of
and concerning a wall separating the hall of St. John from the hall of
the prior of St. Frideswide, called Bemehall, in the parish of St. John.

[With seal.'\ Ch. 494*.

OXFORD (St. Martin). John and Walter de Grendon grant

to Stephen de Adington, burgess of Oxford, one seld with a solar in the

' Corvesaria/ Oxon, between a tenement of John de Abindon on the

south, and a tenement which "William de Mora holds on the north.

Witnesses. John Docklinton, then mayor, Andrew de Wormen-

hale and John de Bishopston, then bailiffs of Oxon.
Dated at Oxford on the morrow of St. Lucy, virgin, 18 Ed. II.

Ch. 495.

Will of Walter de Milton of Oxford containing bequests to St.
Martin's church, to Agnes his wife, and mentions John, William,
Thomas, Adam, and Eustachus, his sons, and Agnes his daughter.

Dated at Oxford the Tuesday next after the feast of the
Ascension, 12 Ed. III. ,- Ch. 496.

John de Brehulle of Oxford quit-claims to John de Bybury all his
right in 25. 8c?. annual rent from a certain shop in the parish of St.
Martin, between a tenement of John le Smyth, skinner, on the north,
and a tenement of the said John de Bybury on the south.

Witnesses. Richard Gary, then mayor, John de Norton and

John Peggy, then bailiffs of Oxford.
Dated at Oxford, 8 August, 16 Ed. III. Ch. 498.

Thomas de Wormenhale and Isabell his wife grant to William de
Chinnore, clerk, one shop in the parish of St. Martin, between a
tenement of Nicholas Kyng on the one part, and a shop of Henry de
Wyghthull on the other.

Witnesses. John de Stodle, then mayor, Gilbert atte Wode and

Robert Croydon, then bailiffs.
Dated at Oxford on the feast of St. Thomas, 31 Ed. III. Ch. 499.

Fragment of a charter mentioning Henry Freeman and William
Mershton, and tenements, &c. in the parish of St. Martin, Oxford.

Temp. Ed. III. Ch. 500.

Convention between Thomas Whitele of Oxford and Isolda his wife,
formerly wife of John le Saucer, senior, of the one part, and John
Appulford, draper, of the other, relating to dowry from a tenement
in St. Martin's parish, near the church.

Dated at Oxford, 6 May, 4 Rich. II. Ch. 502.

Isabella, relict of Roger Stodle, spicer, of Oxford, formerly daughter
to Henry Rolf of Oxford, quit- claims to sir William Northbury,
chaplain, and Thomas Wyghtham, all right in a certain messuage and
vacant place adjoining, in the parish of St. Martin.

Dated at Oxford, 21 Sept., 6 Rich. II. Ch. 503.

At a court held the Monday next before the feast of St. Alphege,
3 Hen. VI, it was presented that in a tenement in the parish of St.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 353

OXFORD.
Martin, Oxon, whicli was formerly Edward Terscliawes, there are 5
windows constructed within a space of 16 feet, which open on the
land of the abbot and convent of Oseney on the east, against the
custom. Ordered to be closed within 40 days under a fine of 40s.

Ch. 504.

OXFORD (St. Mary Magdalen). Laurence grants to

William de Kantebrigge certain land without the north gate in the
parish of St. Mary Magdalen, viz. that which lies between the land
of Ralph Kenne and the land which was Hugh de Bladene's, paying
annually for the same i^d. (c. 1200-10.) Ch. 505.

John Halegod quit-claims to Ralph de Sualewerlethe all right to 25.
annual rent from land in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen.

Witness. William de Hybernia, bailiff, Northgate hundred.

Ch. 506.

Charter (indented) by which the abbot and convent of Oseney lease
to Hugh Blythe of Oxford, a tenement in the parish of St. Mary
Magdalen, Oxford, for 20 years, at an annual rent of 13s.

Dated at Oseney, 5 April, 22 Hen. VI. Ch. 507.

OXFORD (St. Mary the Virgin). Agnes, daughter of Geoffrey,
relict of William le Tannur, grants to John Orsin her son, the whole
of her land with appurtenances, namely, that which extends from the
way called Shidyerdstrete as far as to a lane which is called Grope-
cuntelane, which land lies between the land which was formerly John
de Bridport's and the land of Agatha, relict of Thomas, son of Wyth,
in Schidyerde Strete, on the one part, and on the other between the
land of Robert de Tobben and the land which was sometime Stephen's
the clerk in Gropecuntelane in the parish of St. Mary, Oxford ; paying
annually for him and his heirs to William le Tannur and his heirs gd.,
and to the church of St. Mary 2d., and to himself and heirs id. For
this donation he gave 1005.

Witnesses. Peter, son of Torald, then mayor, Hugh Fane and
Adam Cruste, then provosts of Oxford, (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 510.

Alan de Kyleworth of Oxon and Dionisia his wife grant to sir John
de Wanere, clerk, parson of the church of Meryton, a certain messuage
in Oxford, in the parish of St. Mary the Virgin, in Cattestrete.

Dated at Oxford the Saturday next before the feast of St. Thomas
the martyr, 10 Ed. III. [With seal?[ Ch. 511.

Adam, son of Juliana de Wyth, grants to the said Juliana his
mother, his tenement in Oxford, in the parish of St. Mary the Virgin,
in Shydyerd Street, between the great schools on the north and a
tenement of William Spaldyng on the south.

Dated at Oxford the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Michael,
archangel, 21 Ed. in. [With seal] 6%. 511*.

Fragment of a charter by which quit-claims all right

in in Cattestrete. [Temp. Ed. II.] Ch. 512.

OXFORD (St. Michael's, North). Nicholas Dewy of Oxford

A a



354 CALENDAK OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.

grants to the church and canons of Oseney 2s. annual rent from a seld
in the parish of St. Michael at the north gate.

Witnesses. Adam Feteplace, then mayor, John de Coleshull
and Philip de 0., provosts of Oxford, (c. 1250.) Ch. 513.

Convention between William, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, of
the one part, and Robert . . . . , of the other part, by which the abbot

and convent have demised to the said Robert one area and .

in St. Michael's north. (1283.) [Mutilated.^ Ch. 514.

Convention between William, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, of
the one part, and Robert Blankeneye of the other, namely, the said
abbot and convent demise to farm to Robert one area of land and one
stable, which lie between the land of the abbot on the north, and the
land of Henry Owayn on the south, the land of RicHard le Barbur on
the west, and the land of the said Robert on the east, in the parish of
St. Michael at the north gate, paying annually 3 s.

Witnesses. Nicholas de Kyngeston, then mayor, Thomas de
Sowy and Ralph le Plummer, then bailiffs of Oxford. Dated
on the morrow of St. Dunstan, 1283. Ch. 515.

Charter by which , son of Robert the smith of Goldicote,

brother and heir of sir John de Goldicote, chaplain ,

grants to Richard Hunsyngore, clerk, one messuage in Oxford called
Stapeled hall, under the wall of Oxford.

Witness. John de Dukelinton, then mayor of Oxford. Dated at
Oxford the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Edmund,
king and martyr, 10 Ed. II. [^Mutilated^ Ch. 516.

Enumeration of charters in the possession of the abbot of Oseney
concerning the tenement of Thomas le Mareschal in St. Michael's parish,
north. Ch. 517.

Hustings court record before Walter Bowne, mayor, Michael Sales-
bur' and William Dowk, bailiffs of Oxford, the Monday after the feast of
St. Matthew the apostle, 22 Rich. II, in which John Hyde acknowledges
to be indebted to the abbot and convent of Oseney 6s. arrears of rent
from a tenement in St. Michael's north, viz. 6d. a year for 12 years;
which tenement formerly belonged to Phillip the miller, and in which



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