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land of Joan le Kyngkes and the land of Ralph Chapeleyn, and one
acre lies in the south field in a culture which is called * le Morforlong,'
between the land of Richard Lordyng on the south part; also he
grants to Ysolda his daughter one middle selion of land in the croft
held by Ysolda le "Webbe for the term of her life.

Dated at Sandford on the day of St. Margaret the virgin, 4 Ed. II.

Ch. 411.

John de Shareshull grants to William atte Asshe of Nethereorton,
two acres of arable land in Sandford, paying annually for the same id.
Dated ... on the feast of St. Michael of the mount, 8 Ed. III.
[Mutilated.] Ch. 412.

Convention by which the abbot and convent of Oseney grant to
Robert de Berewyk, for his life, a certain messuage with a curtilage in
Sandford. Dated 19 Ed. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 414.

William de Shareshull recites that Walter, vicar of Sandford, held
the mill of Sandford for a term of 20 years, at a rent of six marks,
and that he now grants the same to Roger de Cottesford and Catherine
his wife.

Dated .... St. Augustine, apostle of Angles, . . Ed. III. Ch. 415.

Indenture witnessing that the abbot and convent of Oseney have



364 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
demised to Henry Colles of Sandford, and Juliana his wife, and
Thomas and Richard their sons, one plot and 2 virgates and one acre
of land with a certain pasture and a water-mill and the meadow near
the mill in the village and fields of Sandford, for 60 years, at an
annual rent of 53s. 4d.

Dated at Oseney on the purification of the B. Virgin, 34 Ed. III.

Ch. 416.

Indenture witnessing that John Haseley, seneschal of the abbot of
Oseney, demises to Richard White of ... . and Alice his wife, one
plot, two virgates, and one acre of land, and a certain pasture and
water-mill and field near the mill, in the village and fields of Sandford,
for 40 years, paying annually 53s. 4c?.

Dated at Oseney, 4 October, . . Rich. II. Ch. 417.

SANDFORD and LEDWELL. Licence from K. Ed. Ill to
John de St. John of Lageham, to enable him to enfeoff John de
Wilton, in two messuages and five virgates of land situated in
Sandford and Ledwell.

Dated at York, 6 Feb., 12 of his reign. Ch. 413.

SHENSTON, CO. Stafford. Charter of Robert de Oiley to
Albinus, priest of Schenestan, Roger, son of Alarus, Ralph de Berra,
and their honest men of Schenestan, setting forth that, with the counsel
of Fulk his brother, and others, he has granted to Hugh de Tiwia
his land of Stanhale which is a member of his manor of Schenestan.
(c. 1130-40.) Ch. 246.

Hugh de Tiwa, with the counsel and consent of his wife, grants to

the church of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, his land and all

that belongs to it ; also Robert D'Oilly his lord, from whom he holds,
grants and confirms this gift. (c. 1130—40.) [Mutilated.j CA. 247.

Composition between the churches of Lichesfeld and Oseney, made
concerning the church of Senestan, namely, that the church of Oseney
pays annually to Lichesfeld 7s. so long as H. de Braie, clerk, shall
hold the same, and after his death los. This composition made in the
synod celebrated at Lichesfeld after the octave of Pentecost next after
the consecration of Robert, bp. of Worcester, (c. I191.) Ch. 248.

Letter of Walter de Tiwa to the king's justices reciting the gift of
Stanhale, part of the manor of Shenstou, by Robert de Oilli to Hugh
de Tiwa, his great grandfather, for his service, and by the said Hugh
to the abbey of Oseney, before any of the ancestors of William de Brai
had anything in the manor of Shenston, and praying that the said
canons and their men shall not be unjustly disturbed, but that the gift
of his ancestors may be safe and remain to the said canons without
vexation, (c. 1 190-1200.) Ch. 249.

Final concord, made at Oxford on the vigil of St. Martin, 5 John,
between Hugh, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, querents, and William
Rufus of Waleshal, deforciant, concerning common of pasture of the
whole of the wood and land of the same William which is between
Stanhale and Sulfhitt, which the said William acknowledges the said



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 365

OXFORD.

wood and land to be right of the said abbot and convent, to hold the

same in frankalm eigne, and the said "William to receive the benefits

and prayers of their house of Oseney. CJi. 250.

Geoffrey, bp. of Coventry, confirms to the abbot and convent of
Oseney the appropriation of the church of Shenstou, which they had
obtained by the concession of William de Brai, patron of the said
church, and the concession and confirmation of H., predecessor of the
said Geoffrey, (c. 1200-10.) Ch. 251.

Fragment of a grant to Andrew, son of William de Stanhale,

(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 252.

William de Waleshal grants to the abbot and convent of St.^Mary,
Oseney, and to their men of Stanhale, in frankalmoigne, common of
pasture for all their cattle in Cleyhunger. (c. 1220-30.) (7/4.253.

Sir Robert de Grendon, kt., quit-claims to William de Wythull and
Alan de Sutton, clerk, that plot of land with the oak, containing 5 ft.
in breadth and 100 ft. in length, which lies between the croft of William
the forester, and the drove which leads from the village of Fulverdel
to the village of Little Stonehale. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 255.

Sir John de Grendon, ki, grants to the church and canons of Oseney,
in frankalmoigne, five royal acres of land (acras terre regales), viz. 4
acres together in Hok to the east of the village of Little Stanhale,
between his culture which is called Hok and Little Stanhale, and one
acre between the land of William . . . . , and Blakelee. (c. 1240-50.)

Ch. 254.

William, son of Drogo de Alrewych, grants to Oseney and all their
men of Stonhale, free common of pasture for all their cattle throughout
the whole of his land of Alrewch. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 256.

Letter of Robert, archbp. of Canterbury, concerning the appropriation
of the church of Shenstone to the abbot and convent of Oseney.

Dated at . . . . , 1276. [^Mutilated.l Ch. 257.

Copies of 3 charters, viz. : —

1. William, son of Drogo de Alrewich, grants to the church of
St. Marie's, Oseney, and to their men of Stanhale, common of pasture
in the whole of his land at Alrewich. {See no. 253.)

2. William Ruffus of Waleshale grants to Oseney common of pasture
of his lands between Lichfield and Dudley.

3. Robert de Barra grants to Oseney common of pasture over
the whole of his land of Barra of Alrewich. (c. 1300.) Ch. 258.

Richard le Rose of Schenston grants to Ralph de Grendon his
messuage that he holds in the village of Thornes. (c. 1 290-1 300.)
[Mutilated.'] Ch. 259.

Charter (indented) reciting that in the time of war, and in consequence
of barrenness, a controversy was moved concerning the augmentation
of the vicarage of Shenston before Robert, archbishop of Canterbury,
and his commissary, between Adam, perpetual vicar of the said church,
of the one part, and the abbey of Oseney, appropriators of the same, of
the other, by which the said abbey grants the tithes of the mill of



366 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
Shenston, with one quarter of wheat and one quarter of oats, at the
feast of St. Michael, and so much likewise of corn between the feast of
the Purification and the Annunciation B.V.M., and about the Gules of
August, one cartload of hay and two cartloads of straw or forage for
one horse, to be carted from their manor of Mosbarne by the hands or
delivery of their bailiff for the time being.

Dated at Oseney the Ides of July, 1296. Ch. 260.

Letter from "Walter, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, releasing the
church of Shenston from procurations, in consideration of the payment
of 60s. by the abbot and convent of Oseney.

Dated at Eccleshal, 3 Non. July, 131 9. Ch. 261.

An acquittance from the dean and chapter of Lichfield for 165. 8c?.,
paid by Oseney for their church of Shenston, for the use of Pope
John XXIL

Dated the Friday next after the feast of St. Matthew, 1322.

Ch. 263.
An acquittance given to Oseney by the abbot and convent of Burton,
sub-collectors of the loths, for 6s. due from the church of Shenston.
Dated Kl. June, 1323. [Mutilated^ Ch. 262.

An acquittance given by the abbot and convent of Burton, sub-
collectors of the tenths of Pope John XXII, for the archdeaconries of
Stafford, Salop, Chester, and Derby, to the abbot and convent of
Oseney, for the payment of 16s. ^d. for their church of Shenston.

Dated at Burton the Thursday before the feast of St. Martin,
1330. Ch. 266.

John de Depyng, canon of Lichfield, and Roger de Deuford, vicar
in the same, collectors of the procurations of the bishop of Lichfield,
acknowledge to have received of the abbot and convent of Oseney for
Shenston 85. 4c?., and for temporalities in the archdeaconry of Stafford
3s. ^d.

Dated at Lichfield the "Wednesday next after the feast of the
beheading of St. John Bapt., 1340. Ch. 264.

Indenture whereby Thomas, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, grant
to Gilbert de Teddesleye and Felicia his wife, and their sons John and
Thomas, that forge and messuage which William de Sardone held at
their will in Thornes and Stonhale, paying annually Sd. sterling.

Dated at Oseney on the feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 14 Ed. III.

Ch. 267.

Power of attorney from John, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, to
John Stratton and Robert Swy .... to be their proctors at the
visitations, &c. of the bishop of Lichfield or his commissary.

Dated at Oseney, 27 May, 1390. Ch. 268.

An acquittance given by the abbot of Hulton to the abbot and
convent of Oseney, for the payment by them of los.

Dated at Hulton, 6 Hen. IV. Ch. 269.

SIBPORD GOWER. Felicia, daughter of Brian de Sibbeford,
grants to the church of St. Marie's, Oseney, and the canons there, in
frankalmoigne, the gift and concession which John, son of Brian, her



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBKARY. 367

OXFORD,
brother, made to them of 5 virgates of land in Sibford of his demesne,
with the head court and all that he possesses there. [ With seal.]

Ch. 417 a.

Letter of sir John Lovell, kt., to the seneschal, bailiffs, and guardians

of his fee, concerning the homage received of J., abbot of Oseney, for

the tenements he holds in the village of Sibford Gower, co. Oxford.

Dated at Oxford the Monday next after the feast of St. Matthew,

evang., 48 Ed. III. Ch. 417 h.

STOKE (South), Oxon. Thomas de Stokes grants to the church
and canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, one half acre of arable land in
the field of Stokes, which lies near the grange (?) of the said canons at
Appelhangr, and extends in length from east to west. (c. 1250.)

Ch. 417c.

STONE, CO. Bucks. William de Clovill grants to the church of

St. John the Baptist of . . . . , in frankalmoigne, for the health of

his soul and Matilda his wife, two acres of land, viz. one acre which

lies between Chilcumbe and Mauling, and one other in another field.

(c. 1170.) Ch. 185.

William de Braci, with the consent of his wife and Gilbert his heir,

grants to Wygod, the prior, and the canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne,

the church of Stone, one hide of land, and all that appertains to it.

[Wygod, 1138-1168.] Ch. 186.

Martin de la Grene, for the health of his soul, &c., grants to the
church and canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, one acre of land in
Stanes, viz. J an acre in the north field and J an acre in a culture
called ' Cuseleweforlong.' (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 18 "j.

Sentence of master Arlotus, nuncio of the Pope in England, con-
cerning the alleged vacancy in the church of Stanes belonging to the
abbot and convent of Oseney. Dated 2 Aug., 1258. Ch. 188.

Mutilated deed attested by a notary, relating to the church of Stanes.

Ch. 189.

Roger de Bracy, lord of Stone, Richard de St. Clare, William de
Bracy, William de la Mersse, William Blackstan, John, son of Fulk,
Walter de la Mersse, Gilbert le Gode, William de Suthcote, John, son
of Martin, Geoffrey de St. Clare, Robert West, John, son of Hugh
de Bissopeston, William de Temple of Bissopeston, William le Fraun-
ceys, Jordan his brother, Roger de Castre, with the unanimous assent
of themselves and their men of Stone, grant and quit-claim to the
abbot and canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, all right which they
have in common in that rode of land which they had in exchange from
Richard de St. Clare lying near their sheepfold, together with a selion
of land upon which was antiently placed their sheepfold.

(c. 1290.) [5 seals.] Ch. 187*.

The testimony of six witnesses concerning the title of Oseney to the
church of Stone. Ch. 191.

Robert de Bracy grants to the abbot and convent of Oseney lands
&c. in Stone of the fee of sir William de Roos, knight, (c. 13 14.)

Ch. 192.



368 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.

Robert de Bracy, son and heir of Roger de Bracy of Stone, confirms
to the church and canons of Oseney all donations and concessions
which his ancestors made to them, viz. in the fields of Stone one ....
and the advowson of the church of Stone with all tithes, &c.

Dated 7 Ed. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 193.

Final concord, dated at Weston, 1 2 Hen. IV, between William, the
abbot, and convent of Oseney, of one part, and John Pygot and Marian
his wife, and Robert May and Ellen his wife, of the other part, concern-
ing one messuage and two carucates of land, and 24 acres of meadow in
Stone, by which the right of the abbot and convent to the same is recog-
nised by the said parties, they receiving 100 marks of silver. Ch. 197.

An indenture between Richard, the abbot, and convent of Oseney,
of the one part, and William Venour of Donyngton, co. Bucks, and
Richard Venour his son, of the other part, being a lease of the rectory
of Stone, near Aylesbury, for 24 years at an annual rent of £20.

Dated at Oseney on St. Mark's day, 1474. Ch. 198.

STONE and HARTWELL. Richard Pykot de la Forde and
Hugh atte Temple de la Merssh grant to John Bracy of Stone and
Aline his wife the half of their lands, rents, tenements, &c., in the
parishes of Stone and Hertwell.

Dated at Stone the Friday on the feast of the Holy Innocents,
49 Ed. IIL Ch. 194.

An indenture by which John Bracy of Stone and Aline his wife enfeoffs
William, vicar of Kidlington, Eli, vicar of Wycomb, Ralph Hales, and
John Worton, with certain lands in Stone and Hertwell which were
Robert Sender's, sen., and after his death descended by heirship to
Richard Pykot de la Forde and Hugh atte Temple de la Merssh.

Dated at Stone on the feast of St. MatthcAv, evang., 1 1 Ric. II.

Ch. 195.

John Bryan, citizen of London, and John his son, recite that whereas
William, vicar of Cudlington, Ralph Hale, and John Worton, hold one
toft 8 acres of land in Stone and Hertwell in demesne as of fee, and John
Bracy and Aline his wife hold for their life one messuage one carucate
of land and 1 2 acres of meadow in the same villages, the reversion
belonging to the said William, Ralph, and John, which said lands,
&c. are held of the said John and John by an annual payment of
95., by this charter they grant license to the said William, Ralph, and
John to enable them to assign the said lands to the abbot and convent
of Oseney. Dated 10 February, 13 Ric. II. Ch. 196.

STONE and KIMBELL (Great). Composition (indented) between
John, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, and Robert, the abbot, and
convent of Missenden, being an exchange of the tithes of Stone and
Great Kymbell.

Dated 10 July, 1459. [Seal of Missenden abbey ^ Ch. 197*.

STOW, CO. Gloucester. Henry, son of Lewis, grants to Simon

acres of arable land lying in the field of Stow,

paying annually to him and his heirs eight pence, (c. 1250-60.)

[Mutilated.'] Ch. 199.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 369

OXFORD.
Robert le Bel of Stowe grants to Robert le Bel his son and heir one

virgate of land in , which Robert de Toreny gave to

him, for his homage and service, at an annual rent of one pound of
cummin, and an acquittance from all regal service.

Witness. Thomas, abbot of Win chcombe. (c. 1221-30.)

[Mutilated.] Ch. 199*.

Oliver, bp. of Lincoln, to master John le Flem and

"Walter de Watton, canons of Lincoln, appointing them judges in all
causes and actions concerning the patronage of the church of Stowe.
Dated 8 Kl. May, 1291. Ch. 200.

An obligation, indented, between the abbot and convent of Oseney
and the abbot and convent of Bittlesden, that they will abide by the
award of the abbot of Westminster and the dean of Oxford concerning
tithes in Dodford belonging to the church of Stow.

Dated 12 July, 15 Ric. II. Ch. 203.

STOW and BIBURY, co. Gloue. A fragment concerning the
churches of Stow and Bibury, formerly belonging to the church of St.
George. Dated Sept. 14. Temp. Hen. lY. Ch. 202.

STOW, DODFORD, and LANAPORT, co. Gloue. Court roll
for the above manors held at Stouwe the Wednesday next after the
feast of St. Dionisius, 3 1 Ed. III. Also for Claydon, co. Bucks, held
the Monday after the same feast and same year. Ch. 201.

SWERFORD. Walter de Stowe, parson of Swerford, grants to
sir ... . ShareshuU, kt., one messuage and one virgate of land in



Dated at .... St. Thomas the martyr, [A fragment.]

Ch. 418.

An agreement made on St. Andrew's day, 1259, between the
abbot and convent of Oseney and sir Reginald, son of Peter, by
which they mutually bind themselves to remit all actions moved be-
tween them with the exception of a question concerning the mills of
Swereford, &c. (7A. 418*.

TEW (Little), co. Oxon. Alan ad Fontem of Stepulastouj son
of Ralph de Stepulaston, grants to Robert atte Lake of Great Tywa
and Christiana his wife that messuage with a curtilage and 16 acres of
arable land, and one acre, one rood of meadow, in the village and
fields of Little Tywa, which the said Alan had by demise of Ralph his
father, paying annually for the same 2d. For this grant the said
Robert and Christiana gave five marks of silver, (c. 1300.) Ch. 418a.

Robert de Leburne grants and confirms the donation which Alan,
son of Geoffrey, made to Robert, son of Geofirey, his brother, of land
in Little Tywa of his fee. (c. 12 10.) Ch. 419*.

Robert, son of Geoffrey, grants to the church and canons of Oseney,
in frankalmoigne, the whole of his land in Little Tiwa which he bought
of Alan, son of Geoffrey, his brother, for 40 marks of silver, viz. 3 hides

B b



370 CALENDAR OF CHAKTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
with the whole lordship and service of half a hide which Ralph, son of
Henry, held. (c. 12 lo.) Ch. 420.

Fine made at Westminster, Michaelmas, 13 K. John, between Gilbert
de Hida, plaintiff, and Clement, the abbot of Oseney, defendant, con-
cerning six virgates of land and one messuage in Little Ty wa, by which
the said Gilbert remits and quit-claims for himself and heirs to the
church of Oseney all right in the same. And also he remits for himself
and heirs all his right in 8 virgates with appurtenances in the same
village, namely that which Robert de Nevill his uncle gave to the said
church, in frankalmoigne. For this remission the said abbot gave 10
marks of silver. C/i. 421.

Ellen, daughter of Ralph de Stepelaston, in her widowhood, sells to
Alan ad Foutem, her brother, for 405. of silver, all her right in a
messuage with a curtilage in the village of Little Tywia ; also all her
right in the lands and tenements which Beatrice her sister held in the
same village, (c. 1 290-1 300.) Ch. 422.

Helen, daughter of Ralph de Stepuleston, in her widowhood, grants
to Robert, son of Alan ad Fonten of Stepuleston, for 405., a certain
house, formerly a solar, with a curtilage opposite, in Little Tiwa, near
the messuage of Richard de Aldeswrthe, saving to her the whole of
the arable land with the field adjoining the said tenement.

(c. 1 290-1300.) Ch. 423.

Richard, the vicar of Minstre, and Alice de Syditone, his sister,
quit-claim to William, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, all their
right in one virgate of land, with a messuage, fields, and other
appurtenances in Little Tywa, in which they claim to have right by a
sale which John de Stoke and Alice his wife made to them of the said
virgate, &c., because the said John and Alice were not able to infeoff
them. (c. 1270.) Ch. 424.

Richard, the vicar of Ministr', and Alice de Sydinton, his sister,
quit-claim to John de Stokes and Alice his wife, their right in the
virgate of land, with a messuage and appurtenances in Little Tywa,
bought of the said John and Alice, but which they were unable to
warrant.

Witness. Gilbert de Kyrkeby, then sheriff of Oxford, (c. 1270.)

Ch. 425.

Robert de Broc of Little Tywa grants to John Long (dicto longo),
of the same village, one messuage and one virgate of land, formerly
held by Gilbert le Mason, paying annually at Easter one halfpenny.
For this grant he gave 9s. sterling, (c. 1280-90.) Ch. 426.

Grant fi:om for 20s. to lady Katherine

in Little Tew, which Richard de Saunford

five pence. Ch. 427.

Robert, son and heir of Robert de Broks, grants to the church and
canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, that messuage and croft which
Alice, relict of William de Pateshull, held of him in Little Tywa ; also



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 371

OXFORD,
he gives to the said church the said Alice his serf and Roger, Robert,
and Alice, children of the said Alice, and all that belongs to them.

(c. 1280-90.) Ch. 42S.

The account of Walter, keeper of the manor of the abbot of Oseney
in Little Tywe, from Michaelmas, 1 Ed. I, to the same feast, 2 Ed. I.

Ch. 428*.

Mutilated roll of accounts of brother W., keeper of the manor of
Little Tewe, for the 2nd Ed. I. Ch. 429.

The account of John de Beybur', keeper of Little Tewe, from the feast
of St. Michael, 4 Ed. I, to the Friday before the feast of St. Valentine.

Ch. 430.

Convention dated the Saturday next before the feast of St. Barnabas,
16 Ed. I, between Roger, abbot of Oseney, and the prior of Coges,
and John de Broks, lord of Little Tew, and others, tlie free tenants
of the said village, of the one part, and John de Pratell, lord of Great
Tewe, and Stephen de Pratell, and John, at that time servant of the
parson of the same, concerning the right of common of pasture.

Ch. 431.

Writ from K. Ed. II to the sheriff of Oxford, concerning the
inclosure of waste lands at Little Tewe. [Mutilated.] Ch. 432.

John de Ledewell quit-claims to William de Sharshull his right in
a messuage and one virgate of land in Little Tew.

Dated at Stodlegh the Wednesday next before the feast of
St. Andrew the apostle, 5 Ed. III. Ch. 433.

Indenture witnessing that the cause in the King's court between
Walter .... of Little Tew, plaintiff, and John, son of Robert
atte Lake, defendant, has been amicably settled, concerning forest
rights.

Dated at Little Tew the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
. . . . , 8 Ed. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 434.

TEW (Little), SIBPORD, IPWELL, LEDWELL, SAND-
FORD, MIDDLE BARTON, and DUNSTEW. Court rolls for
the above manors, 31 Ed. III. Ch. 435.

TEW (Little) and HOOKNORTON. Court rolls for the
above manors, 32 Ed. III. Ch. 436.

Court roll, 34 Ed. HL Ch. 437.

TEW (Great), HAMPTON, BAREORD, DUNSTEW, and
ILBURY, CO. Oxon. William Cardemaker, John Brook, master
Edward Undrewode, clerk, and John Smert, grocer, sell, demise, and
enfeoff William Fox of Stepill Barton in Oxon, yeoman, and Richard
Eox of Dadyngton, yeoman, in all lands, tenements, &c., in Mocheltewe,
Hempton, Barford, Dunstewe, and Ilbury, in co. Oxon, which were
lately assigned to them by Robert Smythfeld, citizen and grocer of
London. Dated 27 May, 19 Ed. IV. Ch. 419.

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372 CALENDAK OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
TEW, SANDFORD, BARTON, and ROUSHAM. Licence
from the King to William de Shareshull, by the payment of five marks,
to exchange with the abbot and convent of Oseney 8 messuages, three "
cottages, one shop, one water-mill, 14 virgates of land, and 20 acres of
meadow, in Little Tew, Sandford, and Oxford, for 6 messuages, one
water-mill, 16 virgates of land, and six acres of meadow in Barton
Odo, and Rousham.

Dated at Westminster, 30 June, 24 Ed. III. Gh. 438.

THENFORD, Northamptonsliire. Indenture between the abbot
and convent of Oseney, and the prior and convent of Coldnorton,
concerning two parts of the tithes of the fee which antiently belonged
to the church of St. George within the castle, Oxford, within the
parish church of Theneford.

Dated at Cold Norton, 20 March, 1394. [With seal] Ch. 245*.

THOMLEY, CO. Oxon. Aelie Ghernon, formerly wife of
Henry de Tomelee, grants to William, son of William, son of Helyas
and Rohesia his wife, for his service, 2 s. of annual rent which the
abbot of Oxenee paid annually to her in Tomelee, and one virgate of



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