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William Offord now lives. Ch. 518.

Indenture made between the abbot and convent of Oseney of one
part, and Thomas Hampton, Alice his wife, and Thomas, son of Simon
Wyghe, of the other part, witnesseth, that the abbot and convent
demise to the said Thomas, Alice, and Thomas, one shop with a cellar
under the shop, and the stone wall towards the tenement of John
atte Hyde on the east, situated in the north way of Oxford, in the
parish of St. Michael's at the north gate, between a shop of the said
abbot and convent on the south, and a shop of the prioress of Nonne
Eton on the north, and a tenement of John Hyde on the east, for 40
years, paying for the same annually 16s.

Dated at Oseney the Friday next after the feast of St. Valentine,
22 Ric. IL Ch. 519.

Indenture by which the abbot and convent of Oseney lease to William



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 355

OXFORD.
Hetherd a tenement, &c. in the parish of St. Michael's north, for . . , .
years at an annual rent of 3s. 4d.

Dated 1492. [Mutilated.] Ch. 520.

OXFORD (St. Michael's, South). Alemandina,^ daughter of
Geoffrey le Wanter, and Christiana, daughter' 6?" thfi'-saro- Alemandina,
grant to Alice de Monkenelane the whole of that land which Walter
le Corvesar' (shoemaker) sometime had, which land lies between the
land of Walter de Farendon and the land of Reginald the alderman
and weaver, in Southbridge street, in the parish of St. Michael's south,
Oxford, (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 521.

Indenture witnesseth that whereas George Skidmore and Thomas Wy-
munde of Oxford have granted, and by their charter dated at Oxford, 1 9
January, 11 Hen. YI, confirmed, to John Mersshfeld of Oxford, one
messuage situate in the suburbs of Oxford in the parish of St. Michael's
at the south bridge, which they had by the concession of John Ypesden
of Abyndon and William Swanburne, upon condition of paying for the
same £32. Dated 19 January, 1433. ^^- 622.

OXFORD (St. Mildred). Thomas, son of Robert de Mortune,
sells and quit-claims to master Thomas de Bristoll, all his right in that
land which belonged to Alice his mother, widow and relict of Robert
de Mortune, in Oxford, in the parish of St. Mildred the virgin.

Witness. Peter, son of Torald, then mayor of Oxford, (c. 1 230.)
[With seal^ Ch. 522*.

Alice Mymecan grants to Thomas Nextebury of Watureton, one
messuage in St. Mildred's parish, Oxford, near the tenement of the
abbot of Oseney on the east part.

Witnesses. Richard Selwode, then mayor, Adam le Longe and
John Treulove, then bailiffs of Oxford. Dated at Oxford the
Thursday on the feast of St. Andrew the apostle, 20 Ed. III.

Ch. 523.

OXFORD (St. Peter in the East). Simon, son of Henry de
Lekamstede, grants and confirms to Randal de BrehuU two messuages
in Oxford, which lie under the walls of Oxford, in the parish of St.
Peter in the east, formerly belonging to Henry his father, paying
to him |d, to the lords of the fee, viz. William de Chiltun 35., and

to the church of St. Peter in the east 6d., and John 6d.

Witnesses. Adam, son of Walter, and John Cursy, then bailiffs
of Oxford, (c. 1230.) Ch. 525.

William, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, grant to Giles de
Stockwelle an easement of their wall in St. Peter in the east, between
Elmehalle and Blakehalle, for which the said Giles and his heirs
undertake to pay annually 4c/. [With seal.] Ch. 525 a.

Richard, son of William le Spicer, of Oxford, grants to Nicholas
Hosel of Lillingston, and Alice, formerly daughter of William de
Hedingdon of Oxford, his wife, a messuage in Cattestrete in the parish
of St. Peter in the east, between a tenement of John de Schipford on
the south, and a tenement of the abbot and convent of Eynesham on
the north.

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OXFORD.

Witnesses. "William de Burncestre, then mayor, Richard Cary
and Gilbert de Grensted, then bailiffs of Oxford. Dated at
Oxford the Tuesday next after the feast of the Annunciation
B.M.V., II Ed. n. Qh. 5256.

Nicholas Hosel of Lillingston and Alice his wife grant to John de
Wildelond one messuage and a shop annexed in St. Peter in the east,
in the way called Cattestrete.

Witnesses. John de Hampton, then mayor, John Culverd and
Stephen de Abyndon, then bailiffs. Dated at Oxford the
Sunday on the morrow of St. George, 16 Ed. II. Ch. 525 c.

John de AVildelond, clerk, grants to John de By bury one messuage
in Oxon in a way called Cattestrete in the parish of St. Peter in the
east.

Witnesses. William de Burcestre, then mayor, Stephen de
Adyntone and Symon de Gloucestr, then bailiffs of Oxford.
Dated at Oxford the Sunday on the feast of the invention of
the Holy Cross, 6 Ed. III. CA. 525 d.

Memorandum (on paper) of the bequest or gift of sir Roger de
Marton of three messuages, 16 shops, 2 solars, i celar, and 5 acres

3 roods of meadow, to the abbot and convent of Oseney, in the parishes
of St. Peter in the east, All Saints, St. Martin, and St. Michael's north.

(c. 1370-80). Ch.^2^e,

OXFORD (St. Thomas). Lefwi Cole grants to Adam the janitor
of Oseney, for his service and for 1 2d., the half of his meadow which
lies between Bulestake and the mill of Botley, namely 2 acres and

4 buttes, paying annually for the same 35. For this donation the said
Adam gave to him 12c?. and to Walter and Matthew his sons ^d.

(c. 1210-20.) Ch. 525*.

William, son of Godwin, grants to ' Savore Arzonario ' his land in
Stocwell, which is between the house of Robert Coc and the house of
William Mitterquarne, paying annually to him and his heirs 2od. for
all service and exaction, (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 526.

Hugh Tailur grants to Geoffrey the clerk, rector of the church of
Acsted, that messuage with appurtenances which is between the land
of Henry, son of Simon, and the land of Robert Cok, in Stocwellestrete
in the suburb of Oxford, paying annually to him and his heirs 25.
For this grant the said Geoffrey gave 40s. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 527.

Roger, son of Baldewin, grants to Robert Cok the whole of that
land in Stocwelle which is between the tenement of William the
merchant and the house of ... , which he formerly held of him,
paying annually to him and his heirs 2od. For this grant the said
Robert gave to him 45. sterling, (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 528.

Geoffrey, rector of the church of Acstede, grants to the church and
canons of St. Mary, Oseney, in frankalmoigne, the whole of that land
with appurtenances between the land of Henry, son of Henry, son of
Simon, and the laud of Robert Coc in Stokwelle stret, in the suburbs



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 357

OXFORD,
of Oxford and parish of St. Thomas the martyr, paying annually to
the chief lord of the fee 2od.

Witnesses. William, rector of the church of St. Benedict, near
Cornulle, John Sewy and Hugh Herding, then provosts of
Oxford, (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 529.

Roger confirms to the church and canons of Oseney the

donation which Geoffrey, the rector of the church of Akestede, made to
them of land in Stokwelle strete, in the suburb of Oxford and parish
of St. Thomas the martyr, paying to him and his heirs izd. for all
service.

Witnesses. Peter, son of Torald, then mayor of Oxford, Hugh le
Fane and Adam Cruste, then provosts, (c. 1230-40.)
iMufilated.] Ch. 530.

Henry, son of Henry, grants to John, son of Lancelot, his land
which lies between the land of John the carpenter and the land of
Hugh Cokeny in Stocwellestrete, in the parish of St. Thomas the
martyr, in the suburb of Oxford, paying annually to him and his heirs
4s. For this grant the said John gave 20s. sterling.

Witnesses. Peter, son of Torald, then mayor, Laurence Ruffus
and Robert Mingnot, then provosts of Oxford, (c. 1230-40.)

Ch. 531.

Peter, son of Turbert the smith, acknowledges that J., the abbot,
and convent of Oseney, have given to him and Helen his wife their
house in the parish of St. Thomas for their lives, upon condition that
they shall not alienate it.

Witnesses. Adam Feteplace, then mayor, John de Coleshull and
Nicholas de Kingestun, then provosts, (c. 1250.) Ch. 532.

Juliana, relict of Adam, formerly porter of Oseney, in her widowhood,
grants to the church and canons of Oseney the whole of her part of
the land which was her husband's in the parish of St. Thomas the
martyr, which belongs to her by reason of dower. (c. 1210-20.)

Ch. 533.

Walter, son of Agnes, Blacsalt, grants to Roger, son of Baldwin of
Grennan, the whole of that land and all that belongs to it in the
parish of St. Thomas the martyr, in Stockwelle streete in the suburb
of Oxford. [With seal] C'A. 533*.

Roger de Grenham, son of Baldewin, binds himself and heirs to the
abbot and convent of Oseney, that no rent from tenements of his fee
belonging to them in Oxford shall be liable to be sold or alienated
from Oseney without the consent of the canons (if they give as much
as any one else), under a penalty of 20s.

Dated on the Epiphany, 1241. Ch. 534.

Convention between Richard, the abbot, and the convent of Oseney,
and Robert and Agnes . . . . , by which the said abbot and convent
demise to Richard and Agnes a messuage in St. Thomas' parish.

(c. 1230.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 536.

In the 41st Hen. Ill, on the feast of St. Laurence, a convention was



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OXFORD,
made between sir Richard, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, on the
one part, and Hugh de Burgo le Mazun and Joan his wife of the
other, viz. that the abbot and convent grant to the said Hugh and
Joan his wife that messuage with appurtenances in the parish of St.
Thomas the martyr, which is between the land of William de Eoulewell,
le lingedraper, and the land which was sometime Adam's the porter, to
hold the same for ever, paying annually I05. sterling.

Witnesses. Nicholas de Henred, then sheriff of Oxon, William
de Mildecumb, clerk. Ch. 537.

In the 41 Henry III, on the feast of the apostles SS. Peter and
Paul, a convention was made between Richard the abbot and convent
of Oseney of the one part, and William de Foulewell, le lingedraper,
of the other, namely, that the said abbot and convent demise to the
said William that messuage with appurtenances in the parish of
St. Thomas the martyr, which William de Doddeford formerly lived in,
for ever, at an annual rent of los. sterling.

Witnesses. Nicholas de Henred, sheriff of Oxon, William de
Mildecumb, clerk. Gh. 538.

Claremunda, relict of Henry Wirle, in her widowhood, quit-claims
to the abbot and convent of Oseney and their successors, all right which
she has by name of dower in that messuage which Roger de Comenore
had by sale of the said Henry her husband, situated in north Oseney,
in the suburb of Oxford. For this quit-claim the said abbot and
convent gave half a mark of silver.

Witnesses. Nicholas de Kyngeston, then mayor, John Culvert
and Thomas de Sowi, then bailiffs of Oxford, (c. 1284.)

CL 539.

John, son of Geoffrey the miller, grants to the church and canons of
Oseney, one plot of land in Stocwell stret, which he bought of John
. . . . , which lies between the land of the abbot of Oseney on the
one part, and the land formerly John le Carpenter on the other, paying
annually to the chief lords of the fee 4s. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 540.

John de Bybury grants to the church of St. Marie's of Oseney and
Thomas de Cudelynton, the abbot, and canons of the same, in frank-
almoigne, a toft and five cottages in the parish of St. Thomas the
martyr.

Dated at Oxon the Tuesday next after the feast of the Assumption
B.V. M., 7 Ed. III. [ With seal] Ch. 540*.

Thomas, son and heir of Hugh Cockes, lately of Oxford, grants
to William Godfrey of Oxford, and Margaret his wife, formerly wife
of the said Hugh, his father, one garden lying to the north of the
castle of Oxford in the parish of St. Thomas the martyr.

Witnesses. Thomas Bayly, mayor of Oxford, Richard Feld and
.... Wode, then bailiffs. Dated at Oxford the Sunday next
after the feast of SS. Simon and Paul, 20 Hen. VI. Ch. 541.

An indenture made between master Walter Lyhert, clerk, of one
part, and William Godfray of Oxford and Margaret his wife, of the
other part, witnesseth that the said Walter demises to William and
Margaret a garden lying to the north of the castle of Oxford, in



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 359

OXFORD.
Irisshemanne strete, in the parish of St. Thomas the martyr and the
suburb of Oxford, with a small water stream extending from the
Thames there to the castle ditch, for their Kves, at an annual payment
of 4d. Dated 28 July, 22 Henry VI. Ch. 542.

Indenture made 28 March, 29 King Henry VIII, between Robert
King, the abbot, and convent of Oseney on one part, and William
Thomas of Oxford of the other part, witnesseth, that the said abbot
and convent lease to the said William all their tenements, orchards,
gardens, &c., in St. Thomas' parish, viz. that tenement called the 7th
tenement in the Hamel, and many others, for 99 years, paying annually
£4 I2S. Ch. 543.

Counterpart of the same lease (543). Ch. 544.

"WALTON, Oxford. Fragment of a court roll, temp. Ed. II.

Ch. 545.

Indenture made between John, the abbot, and the convent of
Oseney, of the one part, and William Malherbe of Eynesham and
Agnes his wife of the other, witnesseth, that the abbot and convent
have demised to the said William and Agnes their manor of Walton,
near Oxford, for 21 years, paying annually for the same £6 135. 4d.
Dated at Oseney, 4 . . . . , 9 Hen. VI. [Partly illegible^

Ch. 547.

WALTON, WORTON, and TWENTYACRE. Court roll of
Walton, Worton, and Twentyacre, held at Walton the Thursday ....

St. George, 32 Ed. III.

Also for 31 Ed. III. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 546.

WICK, near Binsey. Reynilda, daughter of Walter de la Wyke,
returns into the hands of the abbot and convent of Oseney two of all
her tenements which she holds in La Wick, near Beneseye.

(c. 1 290-1300.) ' Ch. 467.

OXFORD. Hugh Kepeherm grants to the canons of Oseney one
foot in breadth of his wall of the land of Hugh Salarius, to erect their
wall, as much as they wish, so that it be common both to him and them,
(c. 1200.) ' Ch. 469.

John Kepeherm grants to Elfredus Macecrerus the land near the land
which Richard Black (niger) held towards the south, for i8cZ. annual
rent, and the land which is near the land of Edith, daughter of Osiet,
towards the north, for 3s. 2d. annual rent, and one land which is of
the fee of William le Keiser, which is between the land of Agnes
Noblepas, and the land of Geoffrey, son of Levine, for 6d. annual rent,
to hold the same to him and his heirs, paying at each of the four times
in the year i %d. For which concession he gave to the said John half
a mark of silver and ilb of pepper, (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 470.

William de Brigia grants to Turald, the cordwainer, his land which
Eilwin Hegreford held, which is between the land which was Ralph's,
son of Durant, and the in fee and heirship, paying



360 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
annually i6d. and one pound of pepper for all service. For this
concession the said Turald gave one besant for recognition and fealty
according to the law of the town of Oxford, (c. 1 190-1200.) Gh. 471.

An acquittance given to Oseney by Walter de la Fenne, clerk, of
sir John de "Wylyngton, kt., for the payment of los., for scutage of
the fourtli part of one knight's fee in the county of Oxford for the 34
Ed. L Dated at Oseney, 9 Ed. 11.

Also a letter of attorney from sir John de Wylyngton, kt., appointing
Walter de la Fenne collector for the same.

Dated at Wymbervile the Thursday before the feast of St. Matthew,
pEd. n. CA. 472.

Final concord made in the hustings court of Oxford, 7 Ed. Ill,
before Richard Gary, mayor, and others, by which William Hose of
Botley and Katherine his wife acknowledge that the third part of a
messuage and 5 shops belong to Thomas le Marshal. Ch. 473.

Fine made at Westminster, . . Richard II, by which Thomas Parage
and Joane his wife, in consideration of the payment of one hundred
marks of silver, acknowledge the right of the abbot of Oseney and his
successors to . . shops in Oxford. [Decayed^ Ch. 474.

Inquisition (post mortem) taken before the mayor, bailiffs, and others,
33 Hen. VI, on the death of Ch. 475.

Richard Hacborn, canon of Oseney, and receiver of the rents of the
town of Oxford, acknowledges to have received of David Dier, bruer of
Oxford, 8s. for a house in which a certain John Power now lives.

Dated 29 November, 1494. Gh. 476.

Thomas Key, clerk, one of the executors of the will of James Souche,
has received of the abbot and convent of Oseney 54s. for a certain
annual quit-rent going out of certain lands and tenements called
* Bassett's fee ' alias ' Bulk ley's rents,' for one year and a half ending
the feast of the Annunciation B.V.M. last past.

Dated 8 May, 19 Hen. VIL Gh. 477.

Fragment of a rent roll indorsed by A. Wood 'circa 1257,' con-
taining rents in the following parishes: — St. Aldate's, St. Michael's
south, St. Cross, St. Giles', St. Mary Magdalen, St. Peter's in the east,
St. John, ^nd St. Edward, within the city of Oxford. Gh. 548.

Fragment /of a rent roll for the city of Oxford, containing the
parishes of St. Edward, All Saints, St. Margin's, and St. Peter le
Bailey, (c. 1300-10.) Gh. 549.

Fragment of a roll of receipts from property in the city of Oxford,
temjp. Hen. VI. Gh. 550.

Mutilated rent roll, temp. Hen. IV, for the parish of St. George.

Gh. 551.

Fragment of ^ rent roll for the city of Oxford. [Temp. Hen. IV.]

Gh. 552.

Fragment of a rent roll of the city of Oxford, containing rents in
the following parishes, St. Ebbe's, St. Aldate's, and St. Michael's
south, St. Giles', St. Mary Magdalen. [Temp. Hen. IV.] Gh. 553.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 361

OXFORD.
Fragment of a rent roll, All Saints' parish only. Ch. 554.

Fragment of a rent roll of the city of Oxford, St. George's parish
only. [Tem;p. Hen. VI.] Ch. 555.

Heading of a rent roll of the city of Oxford, containing the name of
'Edmund Wycumbe, collector of the rents, and the following note —

'An Regni Regis Henr vj. xiij. Isto anno fuere fecef plures edifica-
cones nove ut p5 in. poch. See Marii Virgis et Sc. Georgii.' Ch. 556.

Receipts and payments for property within the city of Oxford.

Ch. 557.

Fragment of a roll of receipts for property in Oxford. Ch. 558.

Fragment of a roll of accounts, temjp. Hen. VI. Expenses for
houses, &c. in Oxford. Ch. 559.

Fragment of a roll of expenses in Oxford. [Temp. Hen. IV.]

Ch. 560.

Expenses on houses in St. Mildred's parish, &c. [Temp. Hen, VI.]

Ch. 561.

Fragment of a rent roll and payments for houses in the city of
Oxford. [Temj). Hen. IV.] Ch. 562.

Fragment of a roll of the increase and decrease in the rents in
Oxford. The parishes of St. Mary Magdalen and St. George only.

Ch. 563.

Fragment of a roll of receipts from tenements, &c. in the parishes of

St. Michael's south, and St. Giles', St. Mary Magdalen, and St. George.

[Temp. Hen. VL] Ch. 564.

OSENEY (North). An amended agreement between Richard,
the abbot, and convent of Thame, and the abbot and convent of
Oseney, by which they covenant to pay 36s. to Oseney in recompense
for the small tithes of north Oseney, upon which Rewley abbey, of the
foundation of Edmund, Earl of Cornwall, had been built, until \ a
mark of annual rent shall be restored to Oseney from a piece of land
near the chapel of Frees, which Walter de Croxford held of the said
canons, and 305. of rent be provided from some other source.

Dated at Thame on the day of the Assumption B.V.M., 1281.
[Withseai:\ Ch. 564*.

PUSEY, CO. Berks. H., bishop of Salisbury, confirms to the
canons of Oseney the church of Pesi with its appurtenances.

(c. 1188-93.) Gh. 147.

Ralph de Chaisneto grants to the church and canons of St. Mary,
Oseney, two hides of land in Pesi. (c. 1200-10.) [Mutilated.']

Ch. 148.

Chirograph of W., bp. of Salisbury, concerning the payment of an
annual pension of ten marks to Robert, the treasurer of Salisbury, by
the abbey and convent of Oseney, patrons of the churcli of Peseia,
Salisbury diocese.

Dated at Salisbury on the feast of St. Michael, 1252. CA. 149.



362 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
PUSEY, ARDINGTON, HARWELL, LEDCOMB, and
ELSTON. Confirmation by Robert, tlie bishop of Salisbury, to the
abbot and convent of Oseney, of an annual pension of 4 marks from the
goods of the church of Peseya by the hands of the vicar for the time being,
likewise 2 parts of the tithes of the lordship of Ardyngton, and 2 parts
of all things titheable in the lordships of Harewell and Ledecombe, and
the tithes of 3 hides and the mill of Elstone.

Dated in the monastery of Abendon, 12 Dec, 1432. Ch. 150.

RADCLIVE, CO. Bucks. Composition between master "Walter,
rector of Radclive, and the abbot and convent of Oseney, concerning
two parts of the small tithes of the church of Radclive.

Dated 1250. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 184.

RISINDON (Little), co. G-loucester. Memorandum that in the
year 1278, on the vigil of St. Laurence, a convention was made between
the abbot and convent of Oseney on the one part, and master Roger
de Sowy on the other, viz. that the said master Roger grants and quit-
claims for himself, his heirs and assigns, all right in the patronage
or advowson of the church in the manor of Little Rysindon, so that
the abbot and convent shall present to the same church any priest or
other of fit and good life, who may be willing and able annually to
perform priestly functions under a penalty of deprivation of the
benefice. And that they shall accept security concerning the
presentation to the same, of observing the underwritten articles at the
time they accept of the pension, namely, that in each week he shall
celebrate one mass for the lord of the manor in the said church, and a
mass and collect daily for the souls of William and Sarah, the parents
of the said Roger, and also their anniversary mass shall be
solemnly celebrated in the same church. Ch. 223.

ROUSHAM, CO. Oxon. Fragment of a charter containing the
names of Roger Foleiot and Bartholomew Foleiot as witnesses.

Ch. 404.

Robert Foliot of Rolesham and William Foliot his heir, grant to
Walter Bervelie for his homage and service, one messuage in the
village of Rolesham, viz. that which Richard Grent held, and 9 acres of
their demesne in one field, and 9 acres in another, to hold to the said
Walter and Alice his wife and their heirs. And after the decease of
the said Walter, they grant to his wife Alice another 9 acres in one
field, and 9 acres in another, so that she has 18 acres in each, paying
annually one pound of cummin. Also they grant common of pasture
for cattle that feed within their lordship, (c. 1200.) Ch, 405.

Grant from Robert Foliot, with the consent of William his son, to

the church and canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his

land with a curtilage which Hawise, wife of Milo, held in Rodolvesham.

(c. 1200.) Ch. 406.

S. and W., abbots of Thame and Bruern, and N., prior of Eynesham,
by authority of a letter of Pope Innocent III, dated the ^onday next
after the feast of St. Gregory, in the year of our Lord 12 16, determine



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEAEY. 363

OXFORD,
a cause concerning two parts of the tithe of 7 J acres of the lordship of
Thomas de St.Waleryin Rovelesham between the abbot and canons of
Oseney against Ingerara^ rector of a moiety of the church of Rovelesham.

Ch. 407.

Mandate from the court of Arches to the dean of "Woodstock,
concerning a suit between the abbot and convent of Oseney, and Peter,
who appears for the rector of Rollesham. [^emp. Ed. I.] [Mutilated.]

Ch. 409.

ROUSHAM and DUNSTEW. Decree relating to Rousham
church and Dunstew. [Mutilated.] CA. 410.

ROUSHAM and BARTON. Richard Folioth of Rolesham
confirms to the church and canons of St. Mary, Oseney, the donation
and concession which Henry de Sandon, clerk, made to them by his
charter of the whole of the land which he held of the fee of the
said Richard in Barthon and in Rolesham, paying annually for the land
of Barthon ^d., and for scutage iSd., and for the land of Rolesham one
pound of cummin. For this grant the said canons gave 4 J marks of
silver, (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 408.

SANDFORD, CO. Oxon. Thomas, son of Maurice de Sandford,
with the assent of Alice his wife, grants to William Atenassche of
Nethirton, and Ysolda, daughter of the said Thomas, and her heirs, a
cottage in the village of Sandford, namely, that which is situated
between the cottage of Ysolda le Webbe on the one side and a cottage
of .... le "Welssche on the other, with a curtilage adjacent, and 2
acres of land in the field of the same village, whereof one acre lies in
the north field in a culture which is called ' Le Dene,' between the



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