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Ch. 40.

John, called Glavergos of Salop, grants to Richard de Halberleye,
who serves Philip, vicar of Welinton, for his service and 305. of silver,
one messuage with a croft adjacent in the village of Welinton, between
the land of Thomas le Hayward on the one part, and the land of
Robert le Hayward on the other ; paying annually to the chief lord of
the fee iSd. in silver, (c. 1280-90.) Ch. 39,



392 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SHROPSHIRE.
Jngrytha, relict of Robert Toliloli of Welynton, quit-claims to John
le Preyeres and Alice his wife all her right in a messuage with a
curtilage in "Welynton.

Dated at Welynton on the day of the Nativity of St. John the
Baptist, 14 Ed. IL Ch. 41.

Peter Toliloli grants to John le Preyeres, lord of Bothul, and
Alice his wife, one messuage in the village of Welynton under le
"Wrekene.

Dated at Welynton the Sunday next after the feast of the
Conception B. M. V., 16 Ed. IL Ch. 42.

"William de Tongeo grants to William, son of William le Frenche,
one plot of land in the village of Wellington, lying between the land of
Roger Smoit on the one part, and the land of Richard Lj^hewede on
the other, extending from a certain lane which is called Feckelane as
far as to a place called Ruhul.

Dated at Welynton the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Au-
gustine, 4 Ed. III. Ch. 43.

Richard le Walker of Welynton grants to William le Graunger the
third part of one burgage with buildings and appurtenances in
Welynton, lying between the land of Ellen le Graunger, in which
the said William now lives, of the one part, and the land of Peter
Peye of the other, and extends in length from the king's way,
which is called Erlamstret, as far as to the land of Nicholas de
Tonge.

Dated at Welynton the Friday next before the feast of St. Thomas,
martyr, 11 Ed. III. Ch. 44.

Hugh, son of Ralph Limewode of Welynton, grants to Adam
Limewode, his brother, a burgage of land in the village of Welynton.
Dated at Welynton the Wednesday next after the feast of Palm
Sunday, 15 Ed. III. Ch. 45.

Isabella, daughter of Peter Toliloli of Welinton under the Wrekene,
quit-claims to Richard le Prayers, rector of Hodenets, all right in a
messuage and a place of curtilage adjoining, which the said Richard
had by feoffment from William de Hugeford, rector of Stoctone.

Dated at Wellington the Monday next after the feast of St. Mark,
evang., 16 Ed. III. Ch. 46.

Philip de Wethynton and Sibil his wife grant to Richard Dagun of
Wellynton one burgage of land lying in Benhull ; paying annually to
the lords of the fee i2d.

Dated at Wellynton the Wednesday next before the feast of the
Purification B.V.M., 17 Ed. III. Ch. 47.

Richard Dagun of Wellynton grants to John Haukyn of Wellynton
a burgage of land lying in the fields called Beenhull.

Dated at Wellynton on the feast of the Purification of the B.V. M.,
i8Ed. IIL . (7^.48.

Philip de Wythinton and Sibil his wife grant to Roger le Couper of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 393

SHROPSHIRE.
Welynton and Isabella his wife one burgage of land in Welynton lying
in Benhul.

Dated at "Welyngton the Friday on the feast of St. Edward, king,
iQ Ed. III. Ch. 49.

Sibil Flambart of Welynton grants to Richard Lichewode of the
same place, and Matilda his wife, two selions of land lying in the field
of Welynton in ' Byburmor,' lying between the land of Philip de Tonge
on the one part, and the land of Thomas son of Matilda on the other,
and one chief selion of land lying in the field which is called 'le
Wrekenefeld,' between the land of sir Alan de Charleton on the one
side, and the land of Thomas le Wruyte on the other.

Dated at Welynton the Monday next before the feast of St. Thomas
the martyr, 22 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 81.

Roger, son of Philip de Wythinton, burgess of Welynton, grants to
Thomas de Mukeluston one plot of land in Welynton.

Dated at Welynton near the Wrekene, the Saturday after the
feast of the Nativity of the Virgin, 25 Ed. III. Ch. 50.

Thomas de Mocoluston grants to Roger le Freynsce of Welynton a
messuage in the village of Welynton.

Dated at Welynton the Tuesday next after the translation of
St. Martin, bp., 31 Ed. III. Ch. 51.

Roger Frawnceys and John Aleyn, keepers of the lights of the
Blessed Mary of Welynton, grant to William, son of Nicholas de Tonge,
and John and William, sons of the said William, nine ridges of land
in the fields of Welynton.

Dated at Welynton the Monday in Easter week, 42 Ed. III.

Ch. 52.

Richard, son of Edmund de Cloteley, grants to Roger le Freynssche
of Welynton a tenement in Welynton in perpetuity.

Dated at Welynton the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Wulfstan,
bp., 48 Ed. III. Ch. 53.

Thomas, son and heir of Nicholas de Tonge, burgess in the village
of Welyngton, grants to Roger le French and Agnes his wife four
heads of land and eight buttes of land lying unconnected in the fields
of Welyngton.

Dated at Welyngton the Tuesday next after the feast of the
Annunc. B. V. M., 49 Ed. III. Ch. 54.

Richard Bryd of Ardeston grants to John, son of Roger French of
Welyngton, nine ridges of land in the field of Ardeston, paying annually
one rose for all services.

Dated at Welyngton the Monday next before the feast of St. John
Bapt., I Rich. II. Ch. 55.

Thomas Coly, burgess of Welynton, quit-claims to Roger le Ffrensche
of the same place, all his right in a certain plot of land, &c. which he
had by the demise of Roger le Prayers.

Dated at Welynton the Sunday next before the feast of the
Nativity of St. John Bapt., 2 Rich. II. {With seal] Ch. ^8.



394 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SHROPSHIRE.
Philip Prince of Wellyngton grants to John, son of Roger Frenchys
of the same place, three ridges of land with one head ridge in Smale-
brokefeld.

Dated at "Wellyngton the Monday next after the feast of St. John

ante port. Lat., 3 Ric. 11. Ch. 56.

Lidenture witnessing that sir Hugh Bumell, kt., lord of Holgot, has

demised to William le Frensshe of Welynton, and Joan his wife, one

field called Brademede in the village of Welynton, for their lives.

Dated at Acton Burnell the Tuesday next after the feast of

St. Hilary, 8 Ric. II. Ch. 57.

Alice Frenssh, daughter of William Frenssh of Welynton, grants to

Thomas Makkesone, jun., one place of land called Gybbecrofte and all

her other lands, &c. within Welyngton.

Dated at Welynton the Sunday next after the feast of St. John

ante port. Lat., 9 Ric. II. Ch. 58.

Isabella, daughter of Geoffrey Colle of Welyngton, grants to John

Frens of the same place, and Agnes his wife, 5 selions of land in the

fields of Welyngton.

Dated at Welyngton on the vigil of All Saints, 1 1 Rich. II. Ch. ^g.
John Fyscher of Welynton and others grant to Richard Otteley of
Berwyk and others all their lands, &c. in Welynton.

Dated at Welynton the Tuesday before the feast of St. Michael,

8 Hen. IV. Ch. 60.

John Morton of Welyngton, near Wrekene, grants to Thomas Mac-

sonne, jun., one croft lying in breadth between the land of the said

Thomas on the one part, and ' Le Wodelone ' on the other.

Dated at Welynton the Thursday next after the feast of St. Luke,
I Hen. V. [With seal] Ch. 73.

Gerard Ufilete, husband of lady Eliz., duchess of Norfolk, and the
sister and heir of the late Thomas earl of Arundel, and Joane
Beauchamp, lady Bergavenny, appoint Roger Fforester of Wellington
keeper of their enclosure ('haye') in the forest of Wreken called
* Welyngton Haye.'

Dated at London, 16 November, 4 Hen. V. [With seal] Ch. 84.
William Forster of Salop quit-claims to Roger, son of Roger Foster,
all his right in three assarts lying together between the king's way
near Welyngton and La Haye.

Dated at Welyngton the Thursday next after the feast of
St. Gregory the pope, 3 Hen. VI. Ch. 61.

Hugh Cresset, esq., Richard Horde, esq., and others quit-claim to
Agnes, daughter and heir of Michael de Morton, wife of Richard
Selman, and to Michael, their son, and his heirs, all their right in all
lands, tenements, and rents which they lately had by feoffment of the
said Richard and Agnes, and also the release and quit-claims of
William Chilteme, son of Thomas Chilterne, in Morton, Orselowe, and
Wilbrighton, co. Stafford, and in Wodecote, Brocton, Neuport, and
Welyngton, co. Salop.

Dated on the feast of the Assumption B.V.M., 21 Hen. VI.
[With seals.] Ch. 75.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 395

SHROPSHIRE.
"William Petur of Welynton and Isabella his wife quit-claim to
Roger Foster of Welynton all right in 8 J acres of land, a messuage
and curtilage of the fee of Welynton.

Dated at Welynton, 1 1 April, 8 Henry VI1 1 [or VI]. Ch. 62.

Indenture dated 4 April, 4 Hen. VIII, by which John Foster, gent.,
demises to farm to William Barret and Margaret his wife a nowe of
land called *ded mans berre' in the parish of Wellington, for their
lives, paying annually 45. Ch. 63.

Letters patent of K. Henry VIII, dated at Westminster, 5 July, 7th
of his reign, being a pardon to William Humfreston of Humfreston, esq.,
Robert Bentale of Bentale, gentleman, William Priesley of Bentley,
Thomas Maydley of Norton, Stephen Marnall of Stapulford, and Thomas
Gardyner, yeomen, collectors of the 2iid fifteenths and tenths granted
12 Hen. VII in the county of Salop, and Thomas Fowler, son and
heir and tenant of the lands and tenements which were John Fowler's
of Brocton, gentleman, and Richard Banaster of Hadnall, esq., son and
heir of John Banaster, other collectors of the 2nd fifteenths and tenths
in the same county. Ch. 38.

Indenture by which John Hussey, vicar of Wellynton, grants to farm
to William Chorleton and others his vicarage of Wellynton for three
years at an annual rent of £16.

Dated at Wellinton, 12 Novemb., 10 Hen. VIII. Ch. 64.

Indenture made 14 April, 35 Hen. VIII, by which Edmond Forster
of Wellington demises, &c. to William Walker a pasture near Staunton-
hey, within the lordship of Wellington, for 26 years, at an annual rent
of 135. 4c?. Ch. 65.

Indenture made 8 July, 5 Q. Elizabeth, by which Edmond Forster,
esq., in consideration of the receipt of X12, demises to John Mayden
of Bowcketrehall, yeoman, the half of a pasture called the New Coppy,
for 15 years, at an annual rent of 305. Ch, 66.

WILBRIGHTON, co. Stafford. Agnes, wife of sir William de
Wylbrihttone, quit-claims to the abbot and convent of Buldennas the
whole of a third part of 9s. Sd. which the said abbot and convent were
accustomed to pay annually to Hervey her son for the land of Brum-
mesdon wood which they hold in Wylbrihtton. She remits also the
third part of three and a half acres of meadow in Brademedue which
is in the territory of Morton, which they had by the gift of her said
son. For this quit-claim they gave her in her urgent necessity 85.
and half a load of wheat, (c. 1250.) Ch. 11.

WOLKENESTEDE. Leticia ate Hethe of Wolkenestede grants
to Amye her daughter the whole of her tenement with appurtenances
which she had in the parish of Wolkenestede ; to hold the same to her
and her heirs, in default of heirs then to descend to Joan, daughter of
John son of Geoffrey de Bromhull, and his wife Agnes.

Dated the Monday on the morrow of the holy Trinity, 3 Ed. II.
[With seal] Ch. 93.



396 CALENDAE OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SHROPSHIRE.

WRICKTON and WALFLOWE. Edward Eawley, esq., grants
to Richard Dawntesey, esq., and Edw. Foster, esq., the whole of his
manor of Wrykton and Walflowe. Dated i Aug., i Ed. VL Gh. 67.



HALES-OWEN (Abbey of). Inrolment of six charters relating

to the possessions of the abbey in Horborne. [ Written temp. Ed. I.]

Shro])8hire Rolls, i.

(a) John de Threshale grants to Richard de Egebaston and Emma his
wife, and the heirs of the said Richard, all the lands and tenements
which he has and holds in the village of Horborne ; for this grant
the said Richard and Emma gave £55 sterling.
Dated at Horborn, St. Valerian's day, 33 Ed. I.

(6) Nicholas, the abbot, and convent of Hales Oweyn grant to John,
son of Adam de Theshale, and his heirs, for his service and half
a mark of silver, one plot of land in their waste of Horbum lying
between the land of the said John and the way which leads from
Radewall towards Longeforlong, and extends to the way which leads
from Weleye towards Smethewik, for an annual payment of 2d.

(c) Nicholas, the abbot, and convent of Hales Owayn grant to John,
son of Adam de Teshale, a certain plot of land called Bradeheth in
Horburn, lying between the two ways which extend from Radewalle
towards the church of Horeburn, and on the other part towards
Burmingeham, at an annual rent of ^d.

{d) Nicholas, the abbot, and convent of Hales Oweyn grant to John,
son of Adam de Theshale, one plot of land called ' le Merx ' in
Horebirn, lying near the land of Adam de Longforlong and John le
Prestes, between the way leading from Weleye towards Burmingham,
and between the way leading from Radewalle towards the church of
Horborn ; paying annually one halfpenny.

(e) Nicholas, the abbot, and convent of Hales Owayn grant to John,
son of Adam de Teshale, for his homage and service and for six
marks of silver, two plots of land in their waste of Horborn, namely
one plot lying near Muchelhey which is called Houteresleye, and
one other plot called Bradeheth lying between the land of "William
Bogings and the way which leads from AVeleye towards Smethewyk.

(/) Martin, the abbot, and convent of Hales Owayn grant to John,
son of Adam de Teshale, for his service and for 40s. sterling, one
plot of land in their waste of Horborn which is called Canessithe, to
hold the same for an annual rent of 1 2 c?.

LILLESHULL (Abbey of). The bead-roll of Roger Norreis,
abbot of Lilleshulle, containing 180 tituli of religious houses, given to
Ralph Thoresby, esq., by the rev. Geo. Plaxton, rector of Berwick in
Elmet, and mentioned in the Ducatus Leodensis, p. 552, ed. 17 15.

Rolls, 2.

UPTON (Fee of). Inrolment of the charters of the lands and
tenements of John Haines and Anne his wife, of Richard Swaine and
Elizabeth his wife, of Robert Rider and Dorothy his wife, of Thomas
Shawe and Margaret his wife, lying and being in Moreleys within the



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 397

SHROPSHIRE,
fee of Upton under Haughmond, lately the lands and tenements of
John Gierke of Edgebalden, examined, viewed, and diligently com-
pared with the original charters by Roger Kyrckbie, schoolmaster of
Wellington and notary-public. Rolls, 3 .

(ci) Margaret Hill, wife of Fulk Hill of Isombrudge, grants to Joan wife
of Roger Wilde, and Elianor wife of Roger Clerk, her daughters, all
her lands and tenements, meadows and pastures, which she has in
the village and fields of Upton under Hamon and in Moreley,
paying annually to the said Margaret during her life 105.

Dated at Upton on the feast of St. John the Baptist, 7 Henry VI.

{b) Alice, wife of Roger de Berryton of Upton under Haughmon,
grants to Robert her son all her lands and tenements, &c. in
Upton under Haughmon and in Moreley.

Dated at Upton aforesaid, Monday after the feast of St. Nicholas,
43 Ed. III.

(c) Robert Buryton, esq., of Moreley, grants to Margaret his sister,
wife of Fulk Hill of Isombridge, the whole of his messuage with
certain land in Upton. Dated at Moreley, 2 Hen. IV.

id) Reginald Gierke and Elianor his wife grant to Richard Upton,
vicar of Highe Ercalle, all his lands, tenements, &c. in the fee of
Upton under Haughmond, to hold the same during his life, and
after his decease to the heirs of Reginald and Elianor lawfully
begotten. Dated at Moreley, 8 May, 9 Henry VI.

(e) Richard Upton, vicar of Grreat Ercalle, quit-claims to Reginald
Gierke and Elianor his wife all his right in all lands and tenements
within the lordship of Moreley under Haughmond, for the term of
their life, and after their death to remain to William their son, and
his heirs lawfully begotten.

Dated at Ercall aforesaid, 24 May, 13 Hen. VI.

(/) John Gierke of Edgebaldon, in the parish of Shawburye, grants to
William Wynshurste of Bishburye, in the county of Stafford, and
Roger Langeley of Madeley, his fourth part of pasture land with
appurtenances in Upton under Haughmon, near Ravenswoode and
near Whitonsfelde.

Dated at Upton aforesaid, 26 June, 6 Henry VIII.

(g) John Wyelde of Ardeston grants to William Gierke of Edgebaldon
all the lands, &c. which he has within the lordship of Upton under
Haughmond and Moreley, to hold the same by the payment of one
red rose at the feast of St. John the Baptist, if demanded.

Dated at Moreley the day before the feast of St. Matthew the
apostle, 15 Ed. IV.

(Ji) Richard Dicher, senior, late of Edgebaldon, yeoman, quit-claims
to Eleanor Gierke all his right in the pastures called Moreleys, near
Ravenswoode. Dated 2 March, 26 Hen. VIII.

(i) Indenture made at Upton, 6 June, 12 Hen. VII, between John
Gierke of Edgebaldon on the one part, and Richard Upton of Upton
under Haughmond of the other, being a lease of Mof-leys to the said
Richard for five years, at a yearly rent of 20s.



398 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.



SOMERSETSHIRE.

ALLER, &c. Sir Roger Tocotes, kt., John Cheyne, and John
Newburgh recite a fine by which manors and lands in Aller, North
Cadbury, Publow, "VVulwade, Pensford, Newton St. Loe, South
Pederton, Barrington, Chetlington, Stratton, and Southarp are granted
to sir Thomas Burgh, kt., and Margaret his wife for their lives, and
by the present deed the reversion of the said manors &c. after their
death is granted to John, bishop of Ely and others.
Dated i March, 20 Ed. IV. [With seals.]

Somersetshire Charters, i.

Sir Richard Beaucham, kt., lord St. Amond, grants to Richard
Saucheverell all his manors or lordships of Aire, Newton St. Low,
Publiew, and Pensford, also £40 annual rent from the manors of
South Pederton, Daryngton, Chetlyngton, Stratton, and Southarpe,
also the advowson of the churches of Aire and Newton St. Low, and
the patronage of a chantry of Aire, which said lands &c. were formerly
"William, lord of Botreaux, to hold from Michaelmas to Christmas.

Dated 20 September, 23 Hen. VII. Signed — E. Beauchampe
Seynt Amaunde. Ch. 2.

Indenture made 27 October, 9 Hen. VIII, between lord George
Hastings, kt., lord Hastings, of the one part, and Richard Sacheverell,
kt., and the rt. hon. lady Marye, lady Hungerford, &c., mother of the
said lord and wife to the said sir Richard, of the other part, witnesseth
that in consideration of the great charges &c. which the said sir
Richard and lady Mary have been put to in maintaining and supporting
the honor of the said lord, he grants to them and their heirs the manor
of Aller in the county of Somerset. Ch. 3.

Covenants of marriage between George, earl of Huntingdon and the

countess of Salisbury, lord Montague, and Francis, lord Hastings,

upon his marriage with the lady Catherine, daughter of lord Montague.

Dated 20 June, 24 Hen. VIII. Ch. 4.

George, earl of Huntingdon, &c., in performance of certain marriage
covenants and agreements contained in an indenture dated 20 June, 24
Hen. VIII, grants to Reginald Pole, clerk, and others the manor of Aller
and AUermore in.co. Somerset, the manors of Penhale, Botreaux Castell,
with the hundred of Wordevale, the manor of Lanaunt Botlete in
CO. Cornwall, the manors of Breteford, Brymble, Shawe, Somerford,
Mawdyts, co. Wilts, the manors of Maperton, Hatherley, Clopton,
Kylmersdon, and "Walton, co. Somerset, manors of Ludgarshale and
Bychyngton, co. Bucks.

Dated 22 June, 25 Hen. VIII. [Signed^ Ch. 5.

Indenture made 11 November, 25 Hen. VIII, by which Henry,
earl of Huntingdon, &c., and others, in consideration of the receipt of
100 marks, demise to Nicholas Thorne of Bristow, merchant, their
manor of Aller for 70 years at an annual rent of £17 65. 8c?. Ch. 6.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 399

SOMERSET.
An exemplification of a fine levied at Westminster on the morrow
of the Ascension of our Lord, i6 Elizabeth, by which John Spencer
and Alice his wife acknowledge the manor of Bodelett, with certain
messuages and lands in Bodelett, Tregelly, &c., co. Cornwall, and the
manor of AUer, with cottages, mills, &c. in Aller, Allermore, Higham,
&C.J CO. Somerset, to be the right of Henry, earl of Huntingdon. For
which the said earl gave to the said John and Alice .£200.

Dated at Westminster, 3 1 October, ~i 7 Elizabeth. [ With sealA

Ch 7.

An exemplification of a recovery inrolled Trinity term, 14 Elizabeth,
roll 617, granted to John Spencer and Alice his wife, against Henry,
earl of Huntingdon, and Katherine his wife, of the manor and advowson
of Aller with appurtenances, together with other lands &c. in Aller,
Allermore, Higham, Netherham, Beere, Myddelsoy, Stabe alias Stathe,
and Somerton.

Dated at Westminster, 25 June, 14 Elizabeth. Ch. 8.

Letters patent of Q. Elizabeth, being licence of alienation from
Henry, earl of Huntingdon, of a messuage, 100 acres of land, 60 acres
of meadow, 1060 acres of pasture in Combe, Aller and Allermore, to
Roger Bromley and Christopher Sowthouse, gents.

Dated 2 September, 25 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 9.

Indenture made 11 September, 29 Elizabeth, by which Henry, earl
of Huntingdon, &c., in consideration of the receipt of .£113 65. 8g?.,
demises unto Francis Hastings, brother of the said earl, two closes of
arable land in Aller for 99 years at an annual rent of 625. Ch. 10.

Indenture made 24 February, 31 Elizabeth, by which Henry, earl
of Huntingdon, &c., in consideration of the receipt of <£6ooo, demises
to Hugh Hare, of the Inner Temple, all that manor of Aller and Aller
Chauntery with their appurtenances, with the moore called Allermore,
for 99 years, at an annual rent of £20. [With seaZ.] Ch. ii.

Indenture made 24 February, 31 Elizabeth, by which Hugh Hare,
of the Inner Temple, London, gentleman, assigns to Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., the manor of Aller and Aller Chauntery, with the
advowson of the said church of Aller for ever ; provided that the said
earl pays to the said Hugh and his assigns, for 21 years, five hundred
pounds* [With seal.] Ch. 12.

Indenture made 7 November, 31 Elizabeth, by which Hugh Hare,
of the Inner Temple, gentleman, covenants to re-convey to Henry,
earl of Huntingdon, &c., the manor of Aller and Aller Chauntry and
the advowson of the church, together with the moore, messuages,
lands, &c. in Aller, in consideration of certain payments therein
specified. Ch. 13.

Letters patent of Queen Elizabeth, dated 24 March, 33rd of her
reign, inrolling a lease made 24 February, 31 Elizabeth, between
Henry, earl of Huntingdon, of the one part, and Hugh Hare of the
Inner Temple of the other part, witnessing that in consideration of the
sum of £6000 the said earl grants to farm the manors of Aller and



400 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SOMERSET.
Aller Chauntrie with the advowson &c., for 99 years, at an annual rent
of £20. [With seal.] Ch. 14.

An award signed by Thomas, lord Buckhurst, and John Fortescue
concerning the payment of <£6ooo charged upon the manor of Aller,
to Hugh Hare, esq., from Henry, earl of Huntingdon.

Dated 19 February, 159 1. Ch. 15.

Indenture made 6 June, 34 Elizabeth, by which Hugh Hare of the
Inner Temple, esq., in consideration of the receipt of £5000, grants to
Thomas Spencer of Claredon, co. "Warwick, esq., and Richard Bran-
thwaithe of London, esquier, with the consent of Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, all his estate, right, &c. in the manor of Aller and
Aller Chauntry and in Allermore, for the remainder of a term of
years. [With seals.] Ch. 16.

Indenture made 9 June, 34 Elizabeth, by which Thomas Spencer of
Claredon, Warwickshire, and Richard Branthwaite of London, esq.,
for good causes grant to Henry, earl of Huntingdon, all their estate
&c. in the manor of Aller and Aller Chantrey, and Moore. Ch. 17.

Indenture dated i May, 35] Elizabeth, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., and the lady Katherine his wife, in consideration of
the receipt of <£io, have demised to Robert Yeomans of Highame, co.
Somerset, 22 acres of land called Durleys in Allermore for 99 years,
paying annually £3 75. 10. Ch. 18.

Indenture made i May, 35 Elizabeth, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., and the lady Katherine his countess, in consideration
of the receipt of X3 6s. 8d., demise to Thomas Northover of Aller,
gentleman, a parcel of ground called Wythebedd without the walls of
Allermore, co. Somerset, for 99 years, at an annual rent of 28s. lod.

Ch. 19.

Indenture made i July, 5 James I, by which the lady Katherine,
countess of Huntingdon, in consideration of a sum of money in hand



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