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the east. [Heading gone, and nearly obliterated.^ Rolls, 7 3.

Rent roll for the city of Oxford to Michaelmas, 14 . . [Thomas
Hokenorton, abbot.] Rolls, 74.

Fragment of a roll showing the increase and decrease of rents, &c.
in the parishes of St. Mary the Virgin, St. Peter in the east, St. John,
St. Edward, All Saints, St. Peter le bailey, St. Ebbe, St. Aldate,
St. Giles, St. Mary Magdalene, and St. George. Temp. Hen. IV.

Rolls, 75.

Fragment of a roll, of increased rents and expenses within the
parishes of St. Peter in the east, St. John, St. Edward, All Saints,
St. Martin, St. Peter le bailey, St. Ebbe, St. Aldate, St. Giles, St.
Mary Magdalen, and St. Thomas. Temp. Hen. IV. Rolls, 76.

Fragment of a roll of payments made in the parishes of St. Mary
the Virgin, St. Peter in the east, All Saints, St. John, St. Edward, and
St. Peter le bailey. Temp. Hen. IV. Rolls, 77.

The first membrane of a rent roll of the city of Oxford, containing
the rents from the parishes of St. Michael's north, St. Mildred,
St. Mary the Virgin (part of).

Made i Hen. V, to the 2nd, during the time of brother Henry
[North wode], abbot. [Heading mutilated.^ Rolls, 78.

Rent roll for the city of Oxford, perfect, 5 Hen. V, anno Domini
14 1 7. Rolls, 79.

Rent roll of the city of Oxford, mutilated and heading gone, con-
taining the parishes of St. Mary the Virgin, and St. Peter in the east,
St. John, St. Edward, and St. Thomas. Temp. Hen. V. Rolls, 80.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 383

OXFORD.
Rent roll, anno 1449. [Perfect,] Rolls, 81.

Fragment of a roll, showing the increase and decrease of rents in
the parishes of All Saints, St. Martin, St. Peter le bailey, St. Ebbe,
St. Aldate, St. Giles, St. Mary Magdalen, and St. George. Temp.
Hen.VL ' Rolls, ^2,

Fragment of a roll of rents and allowances within the city of Oxford.
Temp. Hen.YL Rolls, 83.

Part of a rent roll of the city of Oxford [temp. Hen. VI], including the
parishes of pait of St. Mary the Virgin, St. Peter in the east, St. John,
St. Edward, All Saints, St. Martin, and St. Peter in the bailey.

Rolls, 84.

Fragment of a roll of expenses for houses, &c. in the parishes of St.
Mary the Virgin, St. Mildred, St. Peter in the east, St, John, St.
Edward, All Saints, St. Martin, St. Ebbe's, and St. George, &c.

Temp. Hen. VI. Rolls, 85.

Roll of the increase and decrease of rents from lands and tenements
in Oxford, and payments for repairs, &c. Fragment. Temp. Hen. VI.

Rolls, 86.

Fragment of a roll of increase and decrease of rents, together with

expenses in St. Mary the Virgin, St. Mildred, St. Peter in the east,

St. John, St. Edward, All Saints, St. Martin, and St. Peter le Bailey.

Temp. Hen. VI. Rolls, 87.

Roll {mutilated), being a record of proceedings between Thomas,
abbot of Oseney, and Thomas Coventry and Alice his wife, concerning
property in Oxford. Rolls, 89.

Copy of the award of the bishop of Lincoln for settling the diiferences
between the abbot and convent of Oseney and the city of Oxford,
touching the extent of their franchises and other differences.

Dated at London, 22 Feb., 50 Ed. III. [Paper ^ Rolls, 90.

Inquisition taken 47 Ed. Ill, to enquire by what right the abbot
and convent of Oseney diverted the river Thames from the King's mill.
[Mutilated.] Rolls, 91.

SIBFORD GOWER, TURKDEN, ALRINGTON, BYBURY,
BOURTON, COWLEY cum SANDPORD, FOREST HILL,
HAMPTON GAY, HENSINDON,HANBOROUGH,and ARN-
COT. Court rolls, 19 Ed. IV. Rolls, 92.

Mutilated membrane of a bailiff's account, tem,p. Ed. II. Rolls, 93.

STOW, DODPORD, and LANGEPORT. One membrane of
a roll of accounts of the bailiff of Stow, Dodford, and Langeport.

Temp. Ed. III. Rolls, 94.

TEW (Little). The account of ... . Broke, provost of the
abbot of Oseney, for the above manor, from Mich., 9 Ed. I, to the same
feast, 10 Ed. I. Rolls, 95.



384 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD.

The account of John Samford, provost, from Mich., 12 Ed. I, to the
same feast, 13 Ed. L Rolls, 97.

TEW (Little), GREAT BARTON, BARTON ODO, SAND-
FORD, ROWSHAM, DUNSTEW, SIBFORD, HOOKNOR-
TON, and ADDERBURY. Court rolls, 14-15 Ed. Ill Rolls, 96.

TEW (Little), SYBFORD with IPWELL, HOOKNORTON,
TURKDEN, ALRINGTON, BIBURY, WESTON, ARDLEY
and CHESTERTON, WATERETON, and LEDWELL. Court
rolls, 15 Hen. VIL Rolls, 98.

See Ch. 430. Rolls, 99.

UMPTON, FORESTHILL,PERY,THOMELB, LEDHALE,
DRACOT. Court rolls, 34 Ed. III. Rolls, 100.

WALTON, WORTON, TWENTY-ACRE, COWLEY, SAND-
FORD, and BRUGGESETE. Court rolls, 14 Ed. III. Rolls, loi.

See Ch. 546. Rolls, 102.

See Ch. 545. Rolls, 103.

See (7^. 444. Rolls, 104.

WATERETON. The account of .... , provost of the manor
of . . . . , CO. Oxford. [^Heading gone — 1 manor of Watereton.]

Rolls, 105.

WATERETON, LEDWELL cum LITTLE TEW, SIBFORD
cum IPWELL, HOKENORTON, and TURKDEN. Court rolls,
9 Hen. YIL Rolls, 106.

WATLINGTON. The account of Andrew de Messenden, bailiff
of Watlington, for the year from 33 to 34 Ed. I. [Partly mutilated^

Rolls, 107.

Court rolls, 13 Ed. III. Rolls, 108.

Part of a bailiff's account of the manor or lands at "Watlington,
heading gone. Temp. Ed. IV. Rolls, 109.

WESTON. Manor court roll, 5 Hen. VI. Names of courts torn
away. [ Weston in the corner.] Rolls, 1 1 1 .

WESTON, ARNCOT, ARDLY, CHESTERTON, and
HAMPTON GAY. Manor court rolls, 14 and 15 Ed. Ill, for the
above villages. Rolls, no.

WESTON, WATERETON, SANDFORD with LEDWELL,
LITTLE TEW, SIBFORD GOWER, and HOOKNORTON.

Court rolls, temp. Hen. VII. Rolls, 112.

WIKEDIVE. Part of a roll, concerning an annual pension of
23*. ^d. issuing from the tithes of Wykedyve retained by Robert,
parson of the same church, the same being due to the abbot of Oseney.
Temp. Hen. VI. Rolls, 113.

Court To\h {entirely decayed). Rolls, 114.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 385



SHEOPSHIRE.

ALBRIGHTON. Richard Husee of Adbrighton grants to Roger
Yve, Richard Colfox, and William Sumpnour, clerks, all his lands and
tenements, rents and services, with appurtenances, within the villages
of Adbryghton Husee, Harlascote, Salop, and Monkesoryate, within
the county of Salop, together with the advowsons of the chapel of
Adbrighton Husee, and the chantry of St. Mary Magdalene of
Batelfeld and Penkeriche within the county of Stafford.

Dated at Adbrighton Husee the Tuesday next after the feast of
St. Hilary, 2 Hen. V. [With seal] Ch. 68.

Letters patent of King Henry VI dated at Westminster, . . October,
8th of his reign, being a licence of alienation granted to Richard Husee,
esq., that he may be able to assign to Roger Yve, chaplain, and another,
two acres of land in Adbrighton. Ch. 89.

ALBERT ON. Richard Forster of Ivelith grants to Richard
Selman of Luddelowe, William Forster late of Ivelith, and Robert
Forster of Aston, all his lands and tenements, rents and services, in
Alderton, co. Salop, to the intent that there shall be found a fit chap-
lain to pray for the soul of Thomas Forster, late prior of Wombrigge,
in the church of Iddeshall, for ever.

Dated 4 November, 20 Hen. VIII. Ch. 2.

ALLSCOTE. Richard Burnel, lord of Longeleye, grants to
William his son all his lands and tenements in tj^e village of
AdelesGote, with all appurtenances.

Dated at Longeleye the Tuesday on the vigil of St. James the
apostle, 7 Ed. II. Ch. i.

William de Waleye grants to Edward Burnell, lord of Longeleye,
and Margaret his wife, all his lands, tenements, &c. in Adlescote, near
Wyke.

Dated at Adlescote the Wednesday next before the feast of the
Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 2 7 Ed. III. [ With seal] Ch.^i.

Edward Burnel grants to William de Waleye the whole of his
manor in Adelescote near Wyke, paying annually one rose at the
feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

Dated at Adelescote near Wyke the Friday next after the feast
of St. Peter ad vine, 27 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 76.

ALVELEY. John, son of John, lord of Astley, grants to
Nicholas, son of Nicholas de la Grene of Northleie, and Isabella his
sister, and the heirs of the said Nicholas, two ridges of land [cursones)
lying in a field called ' le Redehulfeld,' between the land of Roger de
Fililode, jun., on the one part, and the land of Richard Hawys on the
other, and extends itself to the king's way leading from Coksschute
Lidezate towards Quatte, as far as the land of Richard Hawys.

Dated at Alvitheleie, on Palm Sunday, 9 Ed. II. Ch. 3.

c c



386 CALENDAR OF CHA.RTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SHROPSHIRE.
Richard de Trinlegh grants to Nicholas de la Grene and Margery
his wife two plots of land lying in Alvetlielegh in the field called
Bradlelegh ; to hold the same by the service of one halfpenny.

Dated at Alvethelegh the Monday next after the feast of Pentecost,
15 Ed. IL [With seal] Gh. 82.

John Coleman of Alvetheley quit-claims to John, son of Nicholas de
la Grene, all the right which he has in four selions of land lying in
Hardewyke felde, in breadth between the land of William de Fililod
on the one part, and the land which was Margery de Coten's on the
other, and in length from the land of William de Fililod to the way
which leads from Alvethebrugge towards * le Wolflidiate.'

Dated at Alvetheleye the Friday on the feast of the apostles
SS. Peter and Paul, 15 Ed. III. Ch. 83.

ARDUSTOK". Adam le Portere of Welynton grants to John, sou
of Roger Frensche, and Agnes his wife, of the same place, seven ridges
of land in the field of Arduston called * Bayley feld,' lying between
the land of the Blessed Virgin of Welynton on the one part, and his
own proper land of the other, and extends itself in length to the land
of Roger le Hayward, as far as to the king's hedge.

Dated at Welynton the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Michael, 3 Rich. II. Ch. 4.

ARLSCOT. Indenture made 12 January, 24 Hen. YII, by which
Richard Fforster of Ivelith, gent., demises to Stephen Dekyn his
mease, lands, and tenements, with appurtenances, in Arlescote, for 41
years, paying annually for the same 8 marks, and a heriot when it
shall fall due, Ch. 5.

BRIDGENORTH. Henry, son of Adam Dorcoc of Litlebrug',
grants to Agnes, daughter of Walter le Paumer of Brug', for his
homage and service, 18 acres of land of the fee of Litlebrug' in the
fields of Brug*, viz. that 18 acres which Robert son of Philip, formerly
her husband, held of him ; paying annually to Ralph de Pichford 1 8cZ.,
and to the said Henry a pair of gloves or one halfpenny. For this
grant she paid 13 marks of silver. [With seal.] Ch. 72.

Alice Bacun of Brug', widow, grants to John the baker of the same
place, for 2 marks of silver in hand paid, four ridges of land in the
fields of Brug' towards ' la Hoke.* (c. 1260-70.) Ch, 6.

Richard, son of William de Mora, remits and quit-claims to
Margaret and Alice, daughters of Robert the dyer of Bruges, all right
in two plots of land in a croft towards Cauntreyne, at the end of the
land of the said Margaret and Alice ; also he remits and quit-claims
his right in two buttes of land in the said croft to the said parties.
Dated at Bridgenorth the Saturday on the feast of St. Leonard
the abbot, 4 Ed. I. Ch. 7.

William de Mora grants to Margaret and Alice, daughters of Robert
the dyer of Brug', two buttes of land in Lovecroft.

Dated at Brug' on the morrow of the Assumption of the B. V. M.,
28Ed. L [With seal] Ch. 1^.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 387

SHROPSHIRE.
John Gunny, son of William Gunny of Hecstan, remits and quit-
claims to William Selymon of Bruges one halfpenny annual rent out of
his tenement in Bruges, situated in Hungrey way, between a
tenement of Thomas the goldsmith of the one part, and a tenement of
Walter Boldyng of the other, and extends itself from the said way to
a tenement of Walter the tailor.

Dated at Bridgenorth the Wednesday on the feast of the
Translation of St. Thomas, martyr, 33 Ed. I. Gh. 8,

Letter addressed to the Lord Chancellor of England.

[Temp. Ed. IV.] [Mutilated.] Ch. 9.

BROSELEY. Richard, son of William Gierke, sen., of Mershe,
quit-claims to Thomas Laken of Wylley, esq., all his right in lands,
tenements, &c., called Chylde Woodlands, in the parish of Broseley.
Dated 24 January, 3 Hen. VIII. Gh. 10.

CALDON. Robert, son of Ralph, son of William Frankelain of
Caldon, grants to the abbot and monks of St. Cedde, Buldewas, in
frankalmoigne, all gifts, quit-claims, and concessions of the mill of
Caldon, of the meadow called ' Elacressiche,' of the wood called
* Holevessaghe,' and all other lands which Ralph his father gave to
the said abbey in the territory of Caldon ; also he gives in frankal-
moigne a certain messuage and land in the said territory.

(c. 1250-60.) [With seal.] Gh. "j"^,

CLOTTLEY. Philip, vicar of Welyngton, grants to Henry, son
of Richard Bercar of Welynton, and Alice his wife, one messuage in
the villap^e of Clotely, together with thirty acres of land in the field
towards Boketren ; paying annually to the lords of the fee 4s.

Dated at Cloteley the Thursday next after Michaelmas, 18 Ed. II.

Gh. 12.

Thomas Colle of Nesshe and Agnes his wife grant to John Forster
of Welyngton and Katherine his wife one messuage in the village of
Clotley, with certain other rents, &c. which they acquired of Richard
Haryoth of Welyngton.

Dated at Clotley, 22 June, 29 Hen. VI. Gh. 13.

Indenture made 24 April, 7 Ed. VI, by which Edmond Foster of
Willington, gent., in consideration of the receipt of a certain sum,
demises and lets unto Roger Maydon of Clotley a messuage in Clotley
for 35 years, at an annual rent of 205. Gh. 14.

EVELITH. Adam Traynell of Hetton grants to Ivo his nephew
the whole of his manor of Ivelith, also common pasture for the whole
of his cattle to the said manor and tenements in Ivelith and
Hynynton in his land of Hetton. (c. 1300.) [With seal.] Gh. 80.

Indenture witnessing that Ankureta Corbet has demised to farm to
John Forster her manor of Evelyn in the co. of Shropshire, for forty
years, at an annual rent of 40s.

Dated 24 August, 26 Hen. VI. Gh. 17.

c c 2



-388 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SHROPSHIRE.
John Hanmer, esq., and Ancareta his wife, grant to John Forster,
Isabella his wife, and William their son, their manor of Ivelith for 4 1
years ; paying annually four marks.

Dated at Halghton on the vigil of the apostles SS. Peter and

Paul, 12 Ed. IV. a. 24.

Indenture dated 10 July, 22 Ed. IV, by which sir Richard Corbett,

kt., grants to Richard Forster and others his manor of Evelegh, with

3,]\ that belongs to it in Shropshire. Gh. 15.

Indenture made 16 September, 4 Hen. VII, by which Richard

Forster, to make an end of the differences existing between him and

John Peryns concerning the ferme of Evelyn, leases to the said John

Peryns the farm for one year. Ch, 18.

Indenture dated 4 May, 16 Hen. VII, by which Robert Corbet,

squier, son and heir of sir Robert Corbet, kt., covenants and grants to

Richard Forster of Ivelith, gent., all his right in the manor of Ivelith.

Ch. 25.
Bond given by Michael Howie, clerk, and John Englysshe, in a sum
of £20, to abide the award and arbitrament of sir John Talbot, kt., and
others, in matters between them and Richard Foster.

Dated 20 August, 18 Hen. VIIL Ch. 16.

Mandate from the Prerogative Court of Canterbury for George
Foster, son of Thomas Foster of Ivelithe, deceased, to administer to his
father's estate and bring in an inventory of goods, &c.

Dated at London, 12 October, 1559. Ch. 27.

Edward Taylor of Hadley, Middlesex, and Elizabeth Forster, relict of
Thomas Forster, remit and quit-claim to George Forster all their right
in the manor of Ivelith, co. Salop.

Dated . . . May, 2 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 26.

HAGHMON". Memorandum extracted from the roll of the great
court, with view of frankpledge, held at Haghmon the Thursday
before the feast of the Annunciation, 17 Hen. VIII, to which court
came John Luter, David Walker, and Richard Upton, and took of the
lord one messuage, with lands, meadows, and pastures pertaining to
the same, called ' Lie ' near Walcot, lately in the tenure of Richard
Shirlo, to hold the same for 60 years ; paying to Christopher the abbot
of Haghmon and his successors 655., and to the earl of Shrewsbury
and his heirs 2s. annually. \^With seal.] Ch. 87.

HINT ON. John Puddyng of Hynintun grants to Thomas le

Tranup of Hinintun and Agnes his wife one messuage and curtilage

adjacent, together with eight acres of arable land in the village and

fields of Hynintun. For this donation they gave 4 marks sterling.

Dated at Hinintun the Monday on the morrow of St. Ambrose,

1305. Ch. 20.

John Newport of Gratlewe in Salop, esq., grants to Richard Forster
of Ivelith two messuages and all his lands and tenements, rents and
services, in Hynynton in the parish of Idsall, with a certain meadow
lying at Riton called * le crosse medowe.*

Dated at Hynynton, 4 June, i Hen. VIII. Ch. 21.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 389

SHROPSHIRE.
Indenture dated 24 March, i Q. Mary, by which Thomas Foster of
Evelyn, in the county of Salop, esq., demises to farm to "Walter
Gardner, Margaret his wife, and George his son, one messuage and
plough-land, with half the heath called the ' Haule heathe,' lying in
Hynynton in the said county, for the term of their lives; paying
annually 26s. 4c?. Ch. 22.

HOREBURNE. Henry, the lord of Egebaston, quit-claims to
John de Toshale and his heirs all his right in the whole of that land
which he has in Horeburne of the gift of the abbot and convent of
Hales, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 19.

HUNKINGTON and UPTON. Indenture made 6 November,
9 Chas. I, between Thomas Boothe of Burlaughton, yeoman, and John
his son, of the one part, and Margaret Freeman of Hunkinton, widow,
of the other, by which all the lands, meadows, &c. known as the
Moore lands alias Morleys, and the broad leasowe in Hunkinton and
Upton under Haughmond, are assigned to the said Margaret and her
heirs for ever. \Wiih seals.'] Ch. 70.

IDESHALE. Sir Richard Corbet, kt., lord of Morton Corbet,
grants to Richard Forster the whole of his manor of Evelyn alias
Eveleth, in the parish of Ideshale, Shropshire, to hold in perpetuity,
at an annual payment of 53s. 4c?. ; also he appoints Roger Chorleton
and Thomas Wythyford his attorneys to deliver seisin of the same.
Dated 21 October, 7 Hen. VII. Ch. 23.

LILLESHULL (Abbey of). Appropriation deed of Henry, bp.
of Norwich, of the church of Holm by the sea, to the uses of the abbot
and convent of LilleshuU, co. Salop, reserving an annual pension to
himself and successors of 51s. 3|d!. and to the high altar of the
cathedral church of Norwich 4s.

Dated at South Elmham, 19 August, 1398. Ch. 90.

A certificate of John Moor, rector of Troston, of the fruits, rents,
and appurtenances of the church of Holm by the sea, in the county
of Norfolk, appropriated to the abbot and convent of Lilleshull,
CO. Salop. Dated at North Elmham, 3 July, 1401. Ch. 91.

MOREIiEY under HAMOND. Richard Upton, vicar of Great
Ercall, quit-claims to Reginald Gierke and Elianor his wife for their
lives all his right in all the lands and tenements which he has within
the demesne of Moreley under Hamond, and after their decease to
remain to "William their son.

Dated at Ercall, 24 May, 13 Hen. VI. [With seal.'] Ch. 92.

MOUNSLOWE HUNDRED. Exchequer constat given to
Richard Forester, esq., for his collection of tenths and fifteenths in
Mounslowe Hundred and elsewhere. [Temp. Q. Elizabeth.] Ch. 29.

NEWBURGH. Convention between the abbot and convent of
Lilleshull of one part, and Edelina the daughter of Durand the priest
of the other, by which the said Edelina in her widowhood gives to the
said abbot and convent two messuages in Newburgh, viz. those which
her father bought and gave to her. For this grant the sai(l abbot and



390 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SHROPSHIRE,
convent will provide her with a chamber, 4s. annuity, and certain food
during her life, with a condition that if Roger, son of Stephen her
son, outlives her, the rent of 4s. is to be paid to him and to revert to
the abbey after his death, (c. 11 80.) Ch. 28.

NOBLEY. Simon Novushomo [Newman] grants to Nicholas de
la Grene and Margery his wife one plot of land lying in the field which
is called ' le Merefeld,' between the way which leads to * Alvethebrug '
towards the sea, of the one part, and the ton-ent called 'Cotebroc'
on the other.

Dated at Northley the Wednesday in Easter week, 5 Ed. III.

Ch. 32.

William de Herdewyk, chaplain, grants to John de la Grene of
Northleye and Christiana his wife one dovecot at Trokenhull in
Northleye, with the reversion of a water-mill at Trokenhull.

Dated at Northleye the Monday next after the feast of St. Mark,
evang., 24 Ed. III. Ch. 33.

NORLEY, APLEY, and ALVELEY. Letter of attorney from
William Brynkelowe, canon of Lichfield, appointing Hugh Baskervile
of Ramesley and Thomas Madeley his attorneys to give seisin to John,
son of Richard Mason of Nordeley, of certain lands in Nordeley, Apeley,
and Alvetheley.

Dated at Nordeley the Sunday next after the feast of St. Valentine,
7 Hen. YI. Ch. 30.

William Brynkelowe, canon of Lichfield, and Hugh Baskervile
grant to John, son of Richard Mason of Nordeley, all their lands with
wood and pasture in the villages and fields of Nordeley, Asteley, and
Alvetheley which they had by gift of Richard Mason.

Dated at Nordeley the Sunday next after the feast of St. Valentine,
7 Hen. VL Ch. 31.

ROWTON. Indenture witnessing that John Doyly, lord of
Ronton, grants to farm to Christopher Edysley a tenement in Ronton
and lands called 'Boltus grounds' for 10 years, at an annual rent
of I2S. Dated 3 June, 12 Ed. IV. Ch. 34.

SHREWSBURY (Abbey of). Confirmation grant from King
Henry II to the church of St. Mary and the blessed apostles Peter and
Paul of Shrewsbury, of certain lands and tithes and churches of the
gift of earl Roger, [i. e. Roger de Montgomery, earl of Arundel].

Ch. 86.

SHREWSBURY. Letters patent, dated at Berkhampstede, 1 5 June,
13 Ed. Ill, reciting that whereas Thomas Cole of Salop, junior, and
his brethren lately assigned for taking the half of the wool in the said
county to the use of the king, have taken one sack and 2 1 stone of wool
of Simon Goldsmyth of the price of 1 4 marks and five shillings, and
charged the same in their account as by the certificate of the treasurer
and barons of the exchequer appears, at the petition of the said Simon
the said sum of 1 4 marks and five shillings is to be repaid him by two
instalments. Ch. 35.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 391

SHROPSHIRE.

Hugh, son of Richard Lowe of Salop, quit-claims to Thomas Foster

of Salop, draper, all his right in a tenement in Salop called Mardefole.

Dated at Salop the Friday next before the feast of the Conversion

of St. Paul, 6 Hen. VI. Ch, 37.

Indenture witnessing that Hugh Rowelowe of Wotton near Brugge-
nerthe, co. Salop, and Elizabeth his wife, grant to John Hagin of Salop
and Juliana his wife the whole of a tenement in Salop in a street
called Mardefole, to hold the same for ever at an annual rent
of 30s. 40?.

Dated at Salop on the feast of St. Botulph, abbot, 36 Hen. VI.

Ch. 36.

UPTON. Richard, the abbot, and convent of St. Mary of Byldwas
confirm to Richard Forster of Ivelith their lands, tenements, &c. in
Upton, at an annual rent of 37s. 8cZ.

Dated in their chapter-house, 1 5 Sept., 1 2 Hen. VIII. [ With seal.^

Ch. 74.

Reginald Gierke and Elinor his wife grant to sir Richard Upton,
vicar of Highercall, all their lands and tenements within the fee of
Upton under Haghmon and in the farm of Moreley.

Dated at Moreley, 8 May, 9 Hen. VI. {With seals.'] Ch. 69.

Indenture made 10 May, 20 James I, between Thomas Shawe of
Edgboulton, Margaret his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of
Thomas Gierke, and Richard Shawe their son, of the one part, and
Margaret Freeman of Hunkiton, widow, of the other part, being a sale
of certain lands and tenements called Broade-leasowe or Morleys, in
the parishes of Upton under Haghmond and Morley or one of
them; the consideration being £33 los. for the same. [With seal.']

Ch. 88.

Fine made at Westminster, 2 Chas. I, between Margaret Freeman,
widow, plaintiff, and William Somerfield and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas
Shawe, Richard Shawe, and Roger Wykys and Katherine his wife, de-
fendants, concerning 14 acres of pasture with appurtenances in
Upton, which are acknowledged to be the right of the said Margaret,
and for which she paid the defendants £60 sterling. Ch. 85.

WELLINGTON. John Mael grants to Adam de la Kalne, clerk,
three acres of land in Welintun, which Richard, son of John the
chaplain, formerly held of him, for 2 marks of silver which he gave to,
him beforehand, and paying annually for the same i2d. (c. 1260-70.)



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