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land in the same village, viz. that virgate which Thomas the clerk held
with the manse, paying annually for the same one quarter of com at
Michaelmas. For this donation he gave one mark of silver.

(c. 1230.) Ch. 4^g.

An acknowledgment that Alice Colshyll, prioress of Gorynge, has
received of the abbot of Oseney los. for lands in Thomele.
Dated at Gorynge, 4 October, 1 3 Hen. VIL [ With seal]

Ch. 246*.

THORNTON. Mutilated charter concerning the right to the
tithes of the mill in the parish of Thornton. Ch. 204.

Commission addressed to J., bp. of Lincoln, by K. Edward II, con-
cerning a claim to a fourth part of the church of Thornton.

With the return of the bishop, dated at Buckden, 5 Kl. July, 1309.

Ch. 205.

Sentence of the court of Canterbury concerning two parts of the
great tithes from the ancient demesne of ' Thornethone.'

Dated at London, 15 June, 13 19. Ch. 206.

THRUP. John Frome of Buckingham appoints Thomas Lange-
port and Robert Purdy, his attornies, to deliver to the abbot and
convent of Oseney six messuages, six virgates of land, and six acres of
meadow, together with is. ^d. annual rents in Thrupp.

Dated 16 Rich. II. [Mutilated,] Ch. 440.

Indenture between John Bokeland, abbot, and the convent of
Oseney of one part, and Robert Wych, parson of Hymton, Salisbury
diocese, of the other part, witnesseth, that the abbot and convent grant
to farm to R. "W., for the term of his life, all their lands and tenements
m Thrupp, near Kidlington, which they had of the gift of the said



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 373

OXFORD.
Kobert, John Frome, and John Worton, paying at the feast of the
Nativity of St. John Bapt. one rose.

Dated at Oseney, 8 Sept., i6 Rich. II. Ch. 441.

TOWCESTER, co. Northampton, Mutilated memorandum
concerning the granting of the tithes of Towcester to the Pope for
six years. Temp. Ed. I. [See also nos. 26 and 26*.] Ch. 27.

An acknowledgment that Giffard de Vezan, nuncio of the Pope, has
received^of the abbot and convent of Oseney, by the hands of Hugh de
Cumpton, £8 sterling from the tithes of Towcester, for the first 3 of
the six years in which the tithes were granted as a subsidy to Pope
Boniface when he held the said church as cardinal.

Dated 14 Kl. Aug., 1299. Ch. 26*.

TURKDEN de Stowell grants to Robert le Bel, his son,

one virgate of land in Turkedene, with appurtenances, which Robert de
Toreni gave to him, paying annually the service due to the chief lord of
the fee, viz.. lib of cummin.

Witness. Thomas, abbot of Winchcombe. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 22^.

Robert de Toreny grants to the church and canons of Oseney a
confirmation of the gift which William, son of Henry, his father, made
to them of the church of Turkden, in frankalmoigne. (c. 1220-30.)

Ch. 225.

An indenture witnessing that John Benfiz, bailiff of the abbot of
Oseney at Turkden, has been removed from his office, and Henry in
le Heme has been appointed bailiff in his place, together with an
inventory of goods handed over to his custody.

Dated Tuesday on the feast of St. Michael, 29 Ed. III. Ch. 226.

TUSMORE. An acknowledgment by sir Roger de Cottesford of
the right of the abbot of Oseney to two parts of the tithes of certain
furzes which were Maurice Daundelays, lying and growing in the fields
of Turesmere. Dated 1374. Ch. 442.

UPTON. Convention between C, the abbot, and convent of
Oseney of one part, and Harding de Upton of the other part, by
which the said abbot and convent grant to the said Harding one

virgate of land in Upton, 2 messuages, a field, .... and ten

acres of arable land, for his life, paying 65. annually, (c. 1220-30.)
[Mutilated^ Ch. 207.

Convention beween Herding de Upton, and Oseney, by which he
delivers to Oseney .... acres of his land in Upton to farm, of that
virgate of land which he holds of the said canons. (12 19.)

[^Fragment ^ Ch. 208.

Clemencia, relict of Richard de Uptun, with the counsel and consent
of Henry de Dunnitun, quit-claims to William her son, and son of
Richard de Upton, of all right in three acres and a half of land in
the fields of Uptun. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 2og.

Indenture by which the abbot and convent of Oseney demise to



374 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.

Richard their rectory, &c. of Upton, with a croft called

.... crofte for ... . years at an annual rent of X22. [Alutilated.]

Ch. 210.

At a court held at Upton, co. Berks, 5 October, 16 Hen. VII,
Rich. Newington took of the lord one messuage and half a virgate of
land in the village and fields of Upton, lately in the tenure of William
Rychemond, to have and to hold according to the custom of the manor.

Ch. 211.

WALLINGPORD, co. Berks. Richard Kent, alderman of
Oxford, and Joan his wife, with the assent and consent of one another,
grant to Richard Leicester, the abbot, and convent of Oseney, the
whole of that tenement situated in the parish of St. Mary the greater,
Wallingford, in exchange for a shop and garden in All Saints', Oxford.
Dated at Wallingford, 1 1 August, i Rich. III. Ch. 151.

WANTAGE, CO. Berks. Grant from Robert, natural son of
King Henry I, with the counsel of Henry D'Oilly his brother, in
frankalmoigne, to the church of Oseney, of 10 pounds of land in his
manor of Wanenting.

Witness. Hugh de Camville. (c. 1130.) Ch. 1^2.

WATCOMBE, near Watlington. An inquiry directed by the
Pope to be made by the abbots of Missenden and Abingdon, R., the
prior of Kenilworth, and Rich, de Eilesberi, vicar of the archdeacon
of Oxford, whether the abbot and convent of Preaux have erected
a chapel at Wadcumbe, notwithstanding the prohibition of R., archbp.
of Canterbury, and to execute a decree prohibiting divine offices
being celebrated there if such should be the case ; witnesses on the
part of the abbot and convent of Oseney having been examined.

Ch. 451.

A certificate from A .... , and E., prior of Reading, addressed
to W., bp. of Lincoln, concerning a cause of vexation by the canons of
Oseney to sir William, knight of Hameldon, relating to the tithes of
Wadecumbe, by which they release the said knight from the vexation
of the said canons. Ch. 455.

Osbert de Hamelden by authority of a letter of Pope Honorius III,
from the abbot and convent of Oseney, in a cause concerning the tithes
of the whole of his demesne of Watecumbe, acknowledges for himself
and heirs that the said tithes appertain to the church of Watlington,
and by this present writing grants and confirms the same to the abbot
and convent of Oseney. [1216-1227.] CA. 456.

WATERETON. The account of Robert de Tewe, bailiff of the
manor of Eton, for the year ending Michaelmas, 19 Ed. IIL Ch. 444.

Indenture made between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the
one part, and the prior and convent of St. Frideswide of the other,
witnesseth that the abbot and convent grant to the prior and convent



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 375

OXFORD.

lying at Oxford, near a meadow of the said prior, and 1 7



acres in exchange for other land in Eton and elsewhere.

Dated the Thursday.next after the feast of St. Ambrose, bp., 1359.
[Seal.] Ch. 445*.

Alice Frankeleyn of Watereton quit-claims to John Haumlo and
Alice his wife, all her right in all lands, fields, &c. which were Adam
Frankeleyn's of Watereton, her husband.

Dated at "Watereton the Monday next after the feast of St.
Matthias the apostle, 8 Rich. II. ^ Ch. 447.

WATERETON and CUDESLOWE. Simon, the prior, and
convent of St. Frideswide quit -claim to the abbot and convent of
Oseney, the suit of their tenants (hominum) in Eaton and Cudeslowe,
now and for ever, which suit they were accustomed to make from ancient
time to their mill, which was called Hule mill. For this renunciation
the said abbot and convent remit 2s. for certain tithes of Elsefeld,
and also pay to them half a mark of silver on the feast of St. Michael
yearly.

Witness. Vivian, son of Ralph, sheriff, i.e. 1221. Ch. 443.

Court roll for the manors of Eton and Cudeslowe, held at Eton,
34 Ed. in. Ch. 446.

WATERETON, CUDESLOWE, KIDLINGTON, and HAN-
BOROUGH. Court roll for the above manors, held at Eton, 31 and
32 Ed. III. Ch. 445.

WATERPERRY. Final concord, dated at Westminster, 20
Hen. Ill, concerning the right to half of the church of Pirie
(Waterperry), between William . . . , son of Ely, and John, the abbot
of Oseney, by which the said William recognises the right of the
abbot and convent to the half of the church. Ch. 448.

A cause between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the one part,
and Agnes de Beaufo, Richard her son, William de Miltecumbe, and
Henry Mace of Watel, executors of the will of Henry de Beaufo, of
the other part, concerning a mortuary of the best beast due to the
abbot and convent of Oseney from Waterperry.

Dated at Oxford on the morrow of St. Mary Magdalen, 1273.

Ch. 449.

An acquittance given by Roger de Newynton as executor of William
de Aldebury, rector of More, and official of the archdeacon of Oxford,
to the executor of William, vicar of Waterpery, and dean of
Cudesdon, for the payment of 35s.

Dated at Oseney, 6 Id. June, 1362. Ch. 450.

WATLINGTON, Oxon. Judgment given by master John
Cornwall, and master Robert de Melumer, in a tithe cause between
the abbot and canons of Oseney and Jordan de Hamelden, concerning
the tithes of all the moveables which the same Jordan had in the
parish of Watlinton.

Dated on the morrow after the synod celebrated about the feast
of Michaelmas, 1 19 2. Ch. 4^1*.



376 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.

William, son of Helias de Hettecumbe, grants to the church and
canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, three acres of land in Watlington,
viz. one acre near Wnestron under the way, one acre above Ikenild
between the two ways, and a croft which is to the east of Ferncroft,
near the house of his mother, to hold to him and his heirs, paying
annually J lb. cummin, (c. 1 190-1200.) Ch. 452.

Maein, son of Hugh le Brech, grants to the church of St. Mary of
"Wathlinton, and to the' canons of Oseney, in frankalmoigne, two acres
of land which the same canons had of the gift of his grandfather and
father, whereof one lies in Wingthorn, and another under Ikenild to
Sorteforlung ; also he grants to them one acre which lies near the two
* Bergas ' upon Brelewett, and also a fourth part of one acre which lies
'a la flete' between Periton and Watlinton, to hold the same for
an annual rent of 12c?. for all service, (c. 1220.) Ch. 453.

Hugh de Syresfeld grants to the abbot and convent of Oseney, one
acre of land in the field of Watlintun, viz. in a culture which is called
Chelhurst which Geoffrey de Syresfeld held. (c. 1220.) Ch. 454.

Letter of Pope nearly obliterated, indorsed ' De decimis de

Watlinton.' Ch. 457.

WAVERTON, Cheshire. Sir John de Croft, kt., son of sir
Hugh de Croft, kt., confirms the grant of the said sir Hugh of the
tithes of his lordship of Waverton to the abbot and canons of Oseney.
Dated October, 1289. [With seal.'\ Ch. 214*,



WELD, CO. Oxon. Convention between Geoffrey de Burton
and Walter Toky of Welde, by which the said Walter lets to farm to
the said Geoffrey his water and fishery, which is between the water of
sir Roger de Oyli and John Pulcre, and a certain piece which is called
Muleston, for 8 years, for which the said Geoffrey gave to the said
Walter 205. C/i. 458.

WESTBURY. Walter Line of Westbury, son of William the
carter, of Shaldeston, grants to Sibil his daughter a messuage with a
curtilage adjoining, in Westbury.

Dated the Sunday next before the feast of St. Andrew

the apostle, Ch. 212.

Indenture between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the one
part, and sir Thomas Laurence, vicar of Westbury, of the other,
witnesseth that the abbot and convent have demised to T. L. their
portion of the tithes of Westbury, he paying annually 2 3s. ^d. to hold
the same so long as he continues vicar of Westbury.

Dated at Oseney on the feast of St. Cuthbert, bp., 16 Hen. VI.

Ch. 213.

Indenture between the abbot and convent of Oseney of one part,
and Jordan Bastard of Witney of the other, witnesseth that the abbot
and convent for six marks sterling, in hand paid, demise the middle of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 377

OXFORD,
the water between part of the lordship of Westbury and part of
Fulewell for 20 . . .

Dated at ... . well on St. Barnabas' day, 2 Ed. I. [Mutilated.]

Ch. 214.

WESTON, CO. Oxon. Mutilated manor court roll, held at
Weston. [Temp. Ed. XL] Ch. 459.

Henry D'Oilly, constable of the King, grants to John, the clerk of
Weston, that donation which Ralph, son of William, son of Macill,
made to him of 20 acres of land in Weston. For this concession the
said John gave to the said Henry one mark of silver, and to Sibil his
wife one besant. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 460.

An acquittance given by sir Roger de Aumary to the abbot and
convent of Oseney, for the payment of certain sums at certain times as
by a final concord between him and them concerning two knights' fees
of the manor of Weston.

Dated the Thursday in Easter week, 41 Hen. III. Ch. 461.

Manumission of Richard . . . . , a serf belonging to the manor of
the abbot and convent of Oseney, of Weston, from villenage, &c.

Dated 14 September, 7 Hen. YI. [Mutilated.] Ch. 463.

Manumission of John, a serf of the manor of Weston, belonging to
the abbot and convent of Oseney, from villenage, &c.

Dated .... 10 Hen. VI. [Mutilated.] Ch. 464.

John Squyer of Weston quit-claims to Thomas (i) Rolfe all his right
to a messuage, &c. in Weston.

Dated at Weston on the feast of St. Matthew the apostle, 1 2
Hen. VI. Ch. 465.

John Smyth, rector of Wendulbury, and Robert Bocher of
Kyrtlington, grant to the abbot and convent of Oseney all their lands,
&c. in Weston near Bicester.

Dated at Weston, 20 May, 38 Hen. VI. Ch. 466.

WESTON and BLECHINGTON. John, rector of Ardley, remits
and quit-claims all right he has in 2 J acres and one rood of arable
land in the fields of Weston, and one acre of meadow in the fields of
Blechesdon, which he had of the gift of Matilda le Heyr of Ardley.

Dated at Ardley the Thursday next after the feast of St. John
ante port, lat., 21 Ed. III. Ch. 462.

WOODSTOCK, CO. Oxon. At a court of Portmote, held at New
Woodstock, 26 January, 15 Hen. YII, the abbot and convent of
Oseney appeared and claimed to hold to themselves and their
successors one tenement situate in Woodstock in the way called
S . . . . stret, which after proclamation according to the custom of the
village of Woodstock, was allowed and enrolled.

Dated 7 August, 15 Hen. VII. Ch, 468.

YARMOUTH (Great), co. Norfolk. An acknowledgment by sir



^78 CALENDAR OF CHAKTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
William de Shareshull, knight, to have received of John Con . . . .
and .... his wife, by the hands of Thomas de Cobald, five marks
sterling, arrears for divers tenements in Great Yarmouth.

Dated .... 27 Ed. III. [Partly illegible.] Ch. 271.



ALRINGTON, BIBUBY, BURTON, HANBOROUGH,
WESTON, LITTLE TEW, SIBFORD GOWER, HOKE-
NORTON, and TURKEDEN. Court rolls, 5 Hen. VII.

Oseney Eolls, i.

BARTON. Court roll and bailiff's account for the manor of
Barton, 7 Ed. III. [Fart of a roll, heading gone.] Bolls, 2.

CLAYDON (Steeple), MAIDS MORTON and STOW, co.

Bucks. Court roll .... 6 Hen. VII. [Mutilated.] Bolls, 4.

COWLEY and WALTON. Manor courts roll, 2-28 Ed. Ill,
for Cowley and AValton. Bolls, 4.

COWLEY and OXFORD. An account (heading gone) of the
receipts from the chapels of St. Thon^.as the martyr, Oxford, and St.
James, Cowley, and the expenses of the services of those two chapels.

Bolls, 5.

COWLEY, SANDFORD, OXFORD (Castle MiU), and
WALTON. Court roll, with view of frankpledge for the above,
6 Hen. VII. Bolls, 6.

FOREST HILL, S. OSENEY, and COWLEY. Court roll,
17 Hen. VII. Bolls, 7.

FOREST HILL. Court roll 4 and 5 Ed. III. [Mutilated.]

Bolls, 8.

Court roll .... 30 Hen. VI, &c. [Partly illegible.] Bolls, 9.

FTJLWELL. Part of a bailiff's account of the manor of Fulwell,
temp. Ed. II ; a small piece of parchment, containing a list of the debts
of the manor of Fulwell, is attached. [Heading gone.] Bolls, 10.

HAMPTON-GAY,HAMPTON (at the bridge), BLECHING-
TON, WESTON, ARNCOT and CHESTERTON. Court roll
for the above manors, 33 Ed. III. Bolls, 12.

Bailiff's account (fragment) for some manor within Oxfordshire.
[Temp. Hen. VI.] [Hanborough, Kidlington, and Eton mentioned^

Bolls, 13.

KIDLINGTON, HAMPTON, HENSINGTON, and SHIP-
TON. Kental of lands in the above villages. [Temp. Rich. II.]

Bolls, 14.

KILTEVENAN, Ireland. The account of John P . . . iaunt,
keeper of the church of Kiltevenam, from Mich., 4 Ed. Ill, to the
same feast, 5 Ed. III. Bolls, 16.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 379

OXFORD.
LED WELL, &c. Court roll, 33 and 34 Ed. III. [Mutilated.]

Rolls, 17,

MAIDS MORTON. Roll containing various evidences of the
lands, &c. belonging to Oseney in Maids Morton, Bucks {temp. Ed. II).

In dorso is a claim (entered), dated August, 2 Rich. II, by Elinor and
Edith, sisters of John de Morton, &c. of lib pepper, iBb cummin, and
4cZ., issuing from lands in Norton, &c. Rolls, 18.

MIXBURY? Roll (mutilated) of accounts of the bailiff of the
manor of Mixbury. [Temjp. Ed. II.] Rolls, 19.

MIXBURY and NEWENTON. Court roll, 33 and 34 Ed. III.

Rolls, 20.

MIXBURY, WESTON, LEDWELL, GREAT BARTON,
LITTLE TEW, SYBFORD, with IPWELL, HOKENORTON,
TURKDEN, and ALRINGTON. Court roll, 17 Hen. VII.

Rolls, 21.

OSENEY (Abbey of). The account of brother Robert Walden,
infirmarius, from Michaelmas, i Rich. Ill, to the vigil of the same
feast, 3 Rich. III. Rolls, 22.

The account of brother Robert Walden, infirmarius, from Michaelmas,
9 Hen. YII, to the same feast, 10 Hen. VII. Rolls, 23.

Roll (heading torn away) of the infirmarius. [Temp. Hen. VIL]

Rolls, 24.

The account of there from the morrow of St. Michael,

12 Hen. VII, to the same feast, 13 Hen. VII. RoUs, 25.

The account of Robert Howse, keeper of the flocks of Oseney, from
Mich., 16 Ed. IV, to Mich., 17 Ed. IV.

Total number of all the flocks, 2176. Rolls, 26.

The account of John Gyffard, manciple (coquinarius) of the abbey,
from Mich., 32 Ed. Ill, to the same feast following. Rolls, 27.

Roll (heading gone) containing an account of the daily consumption
of fish, meat, and corn, commencing the ist Sunday after Michaelmas,
1327, and ending the nth Sunday after Easter, 1328. The total amount
in value consumed from Michaelmas to Christmas was £8 12s. iid.
in money, and £10 6s. gd. from the store, and from Christmas to
Easter £g 12s. 6\d. in money, and 36s. 8c?. from the store. Rolls, 28.

The account of brother Thomas Myll, sacristan, from the vigil of the
feast of St. Michael, 3 Henry VII, to the same vigil, 4 Hen. VII.

Rolls, 29.

The account of brother John Walton, sacristan, from the vigil of St.
Michael, 11 Henry VII, to the same vigil, 12 Hen. VII. RoUs, 30.

Fragment of a roll of accounts (seneschal's roll T). [Temp. Hen. VII.]
[Illegible and mutilated.] Rolls, 31.



380 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, EOLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
Fragment of a roll of accounts. [Temp. Hen. VII.]

[Much mutilated and illegible.^ Bolls, 32.

The last membrane of a seneschal's account of the abbey of Oseney,
containing a certificate of James Walleof, auditor, and dated 21
[Hen. VII]. Eolls, 33.

The last membrane of a seneschal's account of the abbey of Oseney,
having the date of 24 [Hen. VII] in the certificate of James Walleof,
auditor, which is at the end of the membrane. Eolls, 34.

The account of William Barton, abbot of Oseney, occupying the
office of seneschal of the same monastery, from the feast of the
Annunciation of the B.V.M., i Hen. VIII, to the same feast following.

Bolls, 35.

The account of William Barton, abbot of Oseney, then seneschal of
the monastery, from the feast of the Annunciation of the B.V.M., 2
Hen. VIII, to the same feast following. Bolls, 36.

The account of William Mixebury, tannar, from Mich. 19 Bich. II,
to Mich. 20 Bich. II. Bolls, 37.

The last membrane of an account for wax, oil, bell-ropes, and other
things used in the chapel, also salaries for clerks and chaplains.

[Thomas Hokenorton, lately abbot, mentioned.^ [Temp. Ed. IV.]

Bolls, 38.

Roll of accounts (fragment) of payments for wine, and various
receipts from manors, courts, &c., 17 Ed. III. [Partly illegible.']

Bolls, 39

Fragment of a bailiffs account. [Temp. Ed. II.] Bolls, 40

Last membrane of a bailiff's account for some manor (heading gone)
containing stock and products. [Temjp. Ed. II.] Bolls, 41,

Part of a roll of accounts of payments and stock. [Temp. Ed. II.'

Bolls, 42

Fragment of a roll of accounts. [Temp. Ed. IL]

[Heading torn away,] Bolls, 43

The last membrane of a roll of expenses made an. 1325.

* Summa omnium solutorum liberatorum et expensis Ixiiij/z. xviijs
viijd.' Bolls, 44

Part of a roll of accounts, temp. Ed. Ill, mutilated and partly
obliterated, containing payments and allowances. Bolls, 45

The last membrane of a roll of payments. [Temp. Hen. IV.]

Bolls, 46

Fragment of an annual account. [Tem2h Hen. VI.] Bolls, 47

Membrane of a bailiffs account. [Temp. Hen. VI.] [Reading gone.]

Bolls, 48



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 381

OXFORD.
Roll of accounts. [Temp. Hen. VII.] [Fragment.] Rolls, 49.

Roll (mutilated) of grants, &c. to the abbey. [Temp. Ed. III.]

Bolls, 50.

OVYNG, STEEPLE CLAYDON, MORTON, STOW?

DODFORD ? and MIXBURY. Court roll for the above

manors, 30 Hen. VI. [Much mutilated.] Bolls, 51.

OXFORD. Rent roll for the year 1260. [Fragment.] Bolls, ^2.

Fragment of a rent roll of the city of Oxford, containing the rents
from the parishes of St. Aldate, St. Michael's, South, St. Cross, St.
Mary Magdalen, and St. Clement. [Temp. Ed. I.] Bolls, 53.

Fragment of a rent roll of the city of Oxford, containing the parishes
of St. Peter in the East, St. John, All Saints, &c.

[Indorsed hy A. Wood, circa vel post 1277.] Bolls, 54.

Portion of the rent roll for the year 1280, containing the parishes
of St. Michael's, North, St. Mildred, St. Mary the Virgin, St. Michael's,
South, St. Cross, St. Giles, St. Mary Magdalen, and St. Thomas.

Bolls, 55.

Fragment of a rent roll for the city of Oxford. [Temp. Ed. I.]

Bolls, 56.

Fragment of a roll of the rents in the city of Oxford, viz. for the
parishes of St. Peter in the East, St. John, and St. Edward.

[Temp. Ed. II.J Bolls, 88.

Rent roll (heading destroyed) indorsed by A. Wood, ' Rentale
Osney de civitate Oxon anno Dm 131 7, Ed. II. 11°.' Bolls, 57.

Rent roll, 18 Ed. II, 1324-5. Bolls, 58.

Rent roll (fragment) for the city of Oxford, containing the parishes
of St. Thomas and St. Mary Magdalen. [Temp. Ed. III.] Bolls, 59.

Fragment of a rent roll of the parishes of St. Mary Magdalen and
St. George. [Temp. Rich. II.] Bolls, 60.

The account of John S . . . . chief cook, and collector of the rents
in Oxford, from Mich. 12 Rich. II, to Mich. 13 Rich. II., and 1389.
[Fart of the Boll] Bolls, 61.

Rent roll of the parishes of St. Martin, St. Peter le Bailey, St. John
and St. Edward. [Temp. Rich. II.] [Fragment.] Bolls, 62.

Rent roll to Mich., 3 Hen. IV, i.e. 1402. (Fragment.) [Parishes
of St. MichaeVs, north, and St. Peter in the east, perfect^ Bolls, 63.

Fragment of a rent roll of lands and tenements in the parishes of
St. Michael's, north, and part of St. George, for Mich., 7 Hen. IV.

Bolls, 64.

Fragment of a rent roll, containing part of the parishes of St.
Michael's, north, and St. Mildred. Temp. Hen. IV. Bolls, 65.



382 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.
Fragment of a rent roll, contaiuing the rents from St. Peter in the
east, St. John, St. Edward, All Saints, St. Martin, and St. George.
Temp. Hen. IV. Rolls, 66.

Rent roll, part of, containing rents from the parishes of St. Peter le
bailey, St. Ebbe, St. Edward, St. Michael's south, St. GHes, St. Mary
Magdalen, and St. George. Tem]p. Hen. IV. Rolls, 67.

Fragment of a rent roll containing the- rents from the parishes of
St. Mary the Virgin (part of), St. Peter in the east, St. John, and St.
Edward. Rolls, 68.

Fragment of a rent roll of lands and tenements in the parishes of
St. Mildred, St. Mary the Virgin, St. Peter in the east, St. Martin,
St. Peter le bailey, St. Ebbe, St. Michael's south, and St. George.

Temp. Hen. IV. RoUs, 70.

Rent roll {slightly mutilated), anno 141 3. Rolls, 71.

Fragment of a roll, showing the increase, decrease, and expenses of
property in St. Mary the Virgin, St. Peter in the east, St. John,
St. Edward, All Saints, St. Martin, and St. Peter le bailey.

Temp. Hen. IV. Ch.^2.

Part of a rent roll of Oseney of lands and tenements in the parishes
of St. Michael's north, St. Mildred, St. Mary the Virgin, St. Peter in



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