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paid, assigns unto Walter Hastings, Thomas Spencer, and Thomas
Harvey certain lands &c. in Aller and Allermore, as are granted in a
lease from his majesty to Katherine, countess of Huntingdon ; also the
manor and advowson of Aller, during the life of the said Katherine,
paying annually £254 5^. iid. to her. Ch. 20.

Counterpart of the lease granted i July, 5 James I. [See No. 20.]

Ch. 21.

Indenture (tripartite) 7 June, 8 James I, between Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., of the one part, sir Edward Hexte, kt., and William
Gibbes, esq., of the second part, James Mountague, bp. of Bath and
Wells, and sir Henry Mountague, recorder of London, of the third part,
witnesseth that in consideration of a sum of £1244 sells certain lands
in the county of Somerset to sir Edward Hexte and others. Ch. 22.

Indenture made 21 May, 8 James I, by which Hugh North of
Somerton, co. Somerset, esquire, in consideration of the receipt of
£660, sells to Henry, earl of Huntingdon, 70 acres of land in Allermore.

Ch. 23.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 401
SOMERSET.

Counterpart of the bargain of sale of 70 acres of meadow in

Allermore. [See No. 23.] Ch. 24.

Indenture made 28 October, 8 James I, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, grants to Thomas Northover of AUer and George Collyer
of Curry Mallet in Somersetshire, certain lands, &c. in Aller, Kyngs
Sedge Moore, and common Moore in the county of Somerset, together
with a covenant for a fyne to the said Thos. Northover and his heirs.

Ch. 25.

Indenture made 17 November, 8 James I, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., in consideration of the receipt of £182, sells to John
Laver of Milton Fawlconbridge, yeoman, 13 acres of meadow and
pasture lying in the parish of Aller. Ch. 26.

Indenture made 12 February, 9 James I, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., in consideration of the receipt of £100, sells to John
Denman of East Lambrooke four acres of meadow and pasture within
the manor of Aller. Ch. 27.

Indenture made 20 January, 10 James I, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, and others, convey to Hugh Worth of Somerton,
Somerset, gent., and his heirs, 70 acres of the lesser More and a close
of 5 acres adjoining parcel of Allermore in the co. of Somerset.

Ch. 28.

Letters patent of King James I, dated Westminster, i September,
loth of his reign, granting to Henry, earl of Huntingdon, and others, a
licence of alienation of the manor of Aller, with certain messuages,
lands, &c. in Aller, Somerton, Huishe lamporte, Othe, Pathe, &c., in
CO. Somerset, to sir John Davis, kt. [IVith seal.] Ch. 29.

Indenture made 20 April, 11 James I, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, for the receipt of £8 and the surrender of a former lease,
and a further sum of i2d. paid to other persons, demises to John
Clarke the elder four acres of ground in Allermore for 99 years at an
annual rent of 95. 4d. Ch. 30.

Indenture made 2 7 November, 1 3 James I, by which William Reve,
citizen and haberdasher of London, and Edward Tayler, citizen and
girdler of London, in consideration of the receipt of £900, grant and
assign to John Davenport of Burleigh Parke, co. Leicester, esq., and
Henry Cutler of Blakefordby, gent., the rent of £274 5s. i id. with their
interest &c. acquired from Katherine, countess of Hungerford, in the
estates &c. of Aller and Allermore during the term of the life of the
said Katherine. Ch. 31.

Indenture made 28 August, 1615, by which the lady Katherine,
countess of Huntingdon, &c., in consideration of the sum of Xvoo,
sells unto William Reve, haberdasher, and Edward Taylor, girciler,
citizens of London, the yearly rent of £274 5s. iid., reserved to the
said lady Katherine for the term of her life on the manor of Aller and
Allermore, and the advowson of the church of Aller. [IFi^A seal.]

Ch. 32.

Indenture made 19 October, 14 James I, by which Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., and others, in consideration of the receipt of £1236,

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SOMERSET,
sell to Marmaduke Jennings of Burton, esq., and Samuel Powell of
Corry Re veil, gent., fourscore and seventeen acres of meadow and
pasture lying in Allermore in the parish of Aller. Ch. 33.

Indenture made 23 June, 15 James I, between Henry, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., and others, of the one part, and Edmund Dawe of
Drayton in co. Somerset, yeoman, of the other part, being the
declaration of a fine from the said earl to Edmund Dawes for an
estate in Aller. Gh. 34.

Letters patent of K. James I, being a pardon granted to John
Davenport and Henry Kerry for purchasing of Henry, earl of Hun-
tingdon, the manor of Aller in the county of Somerset without a
licence of alienation. Dated 12 July, 20 James I. Ch. 35.

Indenture made 28 October, 2 1 James I, by which sir John Davis,
kt., in consideration of the receipt of £5000, sells to John Stawell of
Cotherstone, co. Somerset, esq., AVilliam Lawrence of Wraxall, co.
Dorset, and Edward Dinham of Bushopps Ludyard, Somersetshire, the
manor of Aller in the county of Somerset, with its appurtenances.

Ch. 36.

Counterpart of the deed of sale of the manor of Aller, 28 October,
21 James I, [See No. 36.] Ch. '^'j,

A schedule comprising all of the leases and estates made by sir John
Davis, kt., of messuages or lands intended to be excepted out of the
covenants therein mentioned. [Temjp. James I.] Ch. 38.

BRIDGEWATER. Release from Thomas Mowntague of Bridge-
water to Henry, earl of Huntingdon, K.G., of all right &c. in lands
&c. in the counties of Dorset, Somerset, Devon, Sowthampton, and
Hertford, or elsewhere in England.

Dated 3 May, 19 Elizabeth. [With seaZ.] Ch. 39.

MAPERTON, CLOPTON, ALLER, &c. George, earl of
Huntingdon, &c., in performance of divers covenants &c., grants to
Reginald Pole and others all the manors of Maperton, Clopton,
Halton, Hatherley, "Wolbroke, Wotton Courtney, Aller, Allermore,
Kylmersdon, and Walton, &c. ; to hold the same to the uses as
declared in an indenture of marriage.

Dated 20 October, 24 Hen. VIII, [Signed and sealed.^ Ch. 40.

CANNINGTON. Indenture made 18 April, 14 George III, by

which Hugh, Lord Clifford of Chudleigh, grants to the rev. John

Price of Jesus College the vicarial tithes of Cannington for 2 1 years,

at an annual rent of 10s. Ch. 41.

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CLAPTON and WINCALTON. Indenture made 24 June,
21 James I, reciting an action in which sir John Davies, kt., recovered
from Barnaby Lewes a certain rent and lands in Clapton and Win-
calton, in satisfaction of the judgement ; and witnessing that sir John
Davies hath assigned to "William Coombes, upon certain conditions,
the rent and lands so recovered for the unexpired term of years.

Ch. 42.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 403

SOMERSET.
CLOVESWORTH. Fragment of a charter relating to the
manor of Clovesworth [Closworth]. [Robert de St. Glare^ a witness^

Ch. 47.

John Hogges alias Purser and Juliana his wife quit-claim to
Richard Tusser all right to lands, tenements, rents, &c. in the parish
of Clovesworth. Dated 20 April, 2 Hen. YII. Chi 48.

COTHELSTON. Indenture made 26 November, 21 James I,
witnesseth that whereas John Stawell of Cothelston is bound to
sir John Davys, knight, in a sum of ^£3000 by a statute of Staple
bearing date with these presents; nevertheless if the said John
Stawell or his executors &c. pay the sum of £1750 to the said sir John
Davys on the 12th of November next, then the said statute to be void.

Ch. 43.

EDINGTON, COSINTON, &c. Fees which are held of sir John
Malet, kt. [Tem;p. Ed. III.] Ch. 43*.

GLASTONBURY (Abbey of). An appeal to the pope by
Alexander Colyns against a threat often made by Hadrian, the
cardinal bishop of Bath and Wells, that he would remove the said
Alexander from his position as a monk at Glastonbury, Made in the
nave of the church of Glastonbury before Lewis Prideth, LL.B., and
William King, 22 April, 15 13. Ch. 44.

HARPTREY and PRIDY. Letters patent of K. Charles T,
dated at Westminster i8th of his reign, granting to John Newton
a licence of alienation to Francis Buckland of a messuage and lands
in West Harptrey, Pridy, and East Harptrey. [With seal.\ Ch. 45.

MONTACUTE (Priory of). Appropriation of the churches of
Montecute and Chynnok, Sarum diocese, by Joscelyne, bp. of Sarum, to
the use of the priory of St. Peter of Montacute of the order of Cluny.
Dated 32nd year of his episcopate, i. e. 11 74. Ch. 46.

SWERDLING (Manor of). Sir Werresius de Valoyngnes, kt.,
quit-claims to Cecilia who was wife of Brandam Cokkel, and their
heirs or assigns, all services and customs he and her and their
ancestors were accustomed to make to him and his ancestors, for the
lands and tenements held of him of his manor of Swerdling. For this
quit-claim and present charter in the 55th year of K. Henry III on
Ash Wednesday the said Cecilia gave 4 marks. Ch. 49.

TAUNTON. Indenture made 15 May, 21 Elizabeth, by which
Lawrence Wheeler of Tawnton, clothier, in consideration of the receipt
of £20, sells to John Boone of the same town, thrummer, a tenement
in Taunton in the east side of a street called Highe streete. Ch. 50.



ALLER, Extract from the plea roll. Trinity term, 1 7 James I,
Rot. 673, CO. Somerset. John Powell v. John Brohard for trespass.

Somersetshire Rolls, i.
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404 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SOMERSET.
ALLEB and ALLERMORE. Court of the rt. lion. Henry, earl
of Huntingdon, held by Edward Hext, esq., seneschal, i October,
31 Q. Elizabeth; do. held 14 April, 32 Q. Elizabeth, 1590; do. held
28 September, 32 Q. Elizabeth; do. held 31 March, 33 Q. Elizabeth,
159 1. Rolls, 2.

ALLER and OTHE. Court rolls, 18 and 19 Queen Elizabeth.

RoUs, 3.

BANWELL (Manor of). The account of Nicholas Moureman
from Michaelmas, 9 Hen. VI, to the same feast, 10 Hen. VI. Rolls, 4.

The account of Thomas Orey, provost, from Michaelmas, 2 Rich. Ill,
to the same feast, i Hen. VII, and the 20th year of Robert, bp. of
Bath and Wells. Rolh, 5.

BANWELL and COMPTON Manors. Hallmote held at
Banwell, 30 June, 23 Hen. VI ; also at Compton same day. Rolls, 6.

COMPTON (Manor of). The account of John Gylys, from
Mich., 13 Hen. VII, to Mich., 14 Hen. VII. Rolls, 7.

CRANMERE. The account of John Buryman, provost there,
from Mich., 21 Ed. IV, to Mich., 22 Ed. IV, and the 17th year of
Robert, bp. of Bath and Wells. Rolls, 8.

EVERCHURCH. The account of William Savery, provost of
Evercryche, from the feast of St. Michael, 42 Ed. Ill, to St. Michael,
43 Ed. III. Rolls, 9.

GLASTONBURY (Abbey of). The certificate of Richard
Pollard and Thomas Moyle, esquires, surveyors of the king's highness*
lands, &c. belonging to the late attainted monastery of Glastonbury,
now in the king's hands by the attaincture of Richard AVhiting, late
abbot of the same.

[Copy on pajper; the original vellum roll is in Arch. Bodl. A. 28.]

Rolls, 10.

WINTERSTOKE (Hundred of). Hundred court roll, 5 Ed. III.

Rolls, II.

Hundred court roll, 40 Ed. III. Rolls, 12.

Hundred court roll. [T'emp. Ed. III.] {Date torn away.]

Rolls, 13.

Hundred court roll, 49 Ed. III. Rolls, 14.

WIVELSCOMB (Manor of). The account of Walter Mason,
provost of Wivelscomb, from Michaelmas, 30 Hen. VI, to the same
feast, 31 Hen. VI, and the 9th year of Thomas, bp. of Bath and Wells.

Rolls, 15.



STAFFORDSHIRE.

BROMLEY ABBOTS. John le Chaloner of Bromleg' Abbots,
with the consent of Alice his wife, grants to William Ic Chapmou the



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 405

STAFFORD.

whole of his arable land which he has in Bromleg' Abbots in a field
called ' Harleyfeld.'

Dated at Bromleg' the Friday next after the feast of the Nativity
of St. John the Baptist, 3 Ed. II. Staffordshire Charters, i.

Philip de Glascote of Bromlegh Abbots grants to William, son of
Adam le Chapmen, and Letye his wife, the whole of his plot of land
and meadow in the field called Brerelegh Medwe.

Dated at Bromlegh the Tuesday next before the Annunciation of
theB. V. M., 12 Ed. IL Gh. 2.

William Wyckake of Bromley Abbots grants to John Wyckake his
brother one messuage in Bromley and one curtilage in Claytoneslone.
Dated at Bromley Abbots the Thursday next before the feast of
St. Cedde, 43 Ed. III. Ch. 3.

Thomas Parker and Edmund Parker remit and quit-claim to John
Shirmor of Bromley Abbots all their right in a messuage in Bromley
Abbots.

Dated the Monday before the feast of the Purification of the
B. V. M., 36 Hen. VI. Ck 4.

William Boctock of Bromley Abbots and Katherine his wife grant
to Emote Stanlowe of Uttoxhatur a messuage in Bromley.

Dated on the feast of St. Laurence, 14 Hen. VII. Ch. 5.

John Chermur of Bramley Abbats grants to Matilda his daughter
his messuage of the fee of Bramley.

Dated at Bramley on the feast of St. Cuthbert, bp., 15 Hen. VII.

Ch. 6.

Indenture made 20 January, 31 Elizabeth, by which Michael Dunne
of Bromley Abbots acknowledges the receipt of certain deeds belonging
to a messuage and lands in Bromley, left to the said Michael and John
Dunne his brother by Edmund Dune their father. Ch. 7.

Indenture made 17 February, 40 Q. Elizabeth, by which John
Smith of Bromley Pagetts, yeoman, demises to Hugh Lecester,
Cassandra his wife, and Hugh their son, a cottage in Bromley for the
term of their lives, at an annual rent of 4s. Ch. 8.

Indenture made 10 October, 7 James I, by which John Astley of
Maveson Rydware, co. Stafford, yeoman, in consideration of the
receipt of ^23, demises to Peter Buckland of Bromley Abbots a
messuage called the White house, for 90 years, at an annual rent of 35.

Ch. 9.

Indenture made . . . day of May, 1656, by which Richard Wright of
Bromley Pagetts, co. Stafford, in consideration of the love he bears
to Trew Wright his wife, and to Thomas Wright his son and heir,
grants to Christopher Wright and Thomas Morris a messuage in
Bromley Pagetts upon certain conditions, for the benefit of his said
wife and son. Ch. 10.

Indenture made 14 November, 1656, by which Thomas Hackett
of Bromley, yeoman, in consideration of the receipt of £6^ sells to



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STAFFORD.
William Massey of Bromley Abbots a parcel of arable land containing
one clay's work, lying in Bromley Abbots. Ch. ii.

Indenture made 5 November, 33 Charles II, reciting a deed by
which Thomas "WoiTall of Abbots Bromley and Mary his wife, in
consicleration of the receipt of £160, grant to Ralph Haukes of
Newton, in the parish of Blithfield, certain parcels of land &c. in
Abbots Bromley, the same property by the present deed being re-
conveyed to them by the said Ralph Haukes on payment of £172.

Ch. 12.

Bond entered into by Thomas Worrall in £220 with Ralph Hawkes,
to keep the covenants of a certain pair of indentures of bargain and
sale. Dated 14 April, 1681. Ch. 13.

Indenture (tripartite) made 4 November, 33 Charles II, by which
Thomas Worrall of Abbots Bromley, yeoman, in consideration of the
receipt of £160, sells to Ralph Hawkes of Newton, in the parish of
Blithefield, two closes called Ashersall and one other called Ash-
furlonge, together with other parcells of land all lying in the parish of
Bromley Pagetts, alias Bromley Abbots. Ch. 14.

Bond of John Smith in a sum of 100 marks to Richard Wright, for
the performance of certain covenants.

Dated i March, 45 Elizabeth. Ch. 15.

BUSSHEBURY and ESYNGTON. John Fethcrston and
John Walker grant to Roger Pesy of Shareshull and Agnes his wife a
messuage and land in Busshebury and Esyngton.

Dated at Busshebury, 6 August, 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 16.

CALPDON. Bertram, son of William, son of Ralph, grants to
Nicholas the clerk, son of Geoffrey the clerk of Effeburn, 8 bovates
of land in Calfdon, and three tofts, with three acres, in the same
village, at an annual rent of 105. [T^emp. John.] \With seal^

Ch. 46.

CANWELL. Indenture between the prior and convent of Can well
of the one part, and Richard Bryen of the other, by which they demise
to the said Richard and Thomas his son a parcel of ground called the
Prior's ground, for the term of their lives, paying annually 22s.

Dated at Can well on the feast of the Assumption of the B. V. M.,
I Ed. IV. Gh.2i,

Indenture made 1 7 January, .... Hen. VIII, by which the prior
and convent of St. Giles of Can well demise to Thomas Comberford,
esq., certain woods and underwoods from the day of the date of these
presents until the feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 15 16,
for a payment of £7. Ch. 25.

CARSWELL. Will and probate of Anne Rawlins of Carswell,
widow, dated 21 March, 1650. Probate dated 20 December, 1651.

Ch. 26.

COKESLONE. Robert Armstrong and Margaret his wife grant



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 407

STAFFORD,
to sir Thomas de Harcourt, kt., all the lands &c. they had by gift
and feoffment of sir Ralph de Ferrers, kt., in Cokeslone, co. Stafford.

Dated at Cokeslone the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
47 Ed. III. Ch. 27.

CROXDENE (Abbey of). Charter of foundation of Croxdene
Abbey, Staffordshire, by Bertram de Verdon. [Temp. Hen. II.]
[With seal.^ Ch. 47.

DONCEN. Indenture by which John, the prior, and convent of
St. Giles, Canwell, demise to William Malabre and Amicia his wife a
messuage in Doncen (?) for a term of years, at an annual rent of 14c?.
Dated ... 7 Rich. II. Ch. 19.

pUNTON BASSET. Indenture made 10 April, 7 Hen. VII, by
which sir Hugh Lymster, the prior of Canewell, and convent of the
same, demise to Thomas Tailor of Dunston Basset a cottage in Dunton
for 51 years, at an annual rent of 8s. Ch, 23.

ESILBERGH. Alan do Maydewelle remits and quit-claims all
right in the half of the church of Esilbergh to the prior and monks of
Sandwell. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 41.

GNO STALL. Power of attorney from Robert Whittegrene of
Burton, near Stafford, appointing Thomas Jons and Thomas Caldewell
his true and legitimate attorneys to surrender into the hands of the
prebendary of Beverly hall at Gnostall a messuage with lands adjacent
near Beverley, called Geoffrey's, and three fields near Alwaysmore, and
three others called le Shild croft, Asty, and AVatcrofte, to the use of
Thomas Forst, chaplain, "William Forst, and Richard Forst the son of
William Forst, and their assigns in perpetuity.

Dated 21 May, 17 Hen. VII. Ch. 28.

LEYRE. Indenture witnessing that John de Kengeston, the prior,
and convent of Canewell have demised to John Delemont and
Margaret his wife and John their son, a certain tenement &c. in the
village of Leyre for the term of their lives, paying annually for the
same 205.

Dated at Canewell on the feast of St. John the Baptist, 42 Ed. III.

Ch. 18.

LICHFIELD. Letters patent dated at Tuttebury, 4 January,
I Ed. Ill, being a licence granted at the request of Richard de
Ayremynne, that the vicar of the church of St. Cedde, Lichfield, may
hold lands, tenements, and rents to the value of lOOS., notwithstanding
the Statute of Mortmain. Ch. 29.

MORTON. Convention made Ascension day, 28 Ed. I, by which
Michael, son of Michael de Morton, demises to William Wardecors,
for a term of 32 years and 305. in hand paid, a messuage with a
curtilage and half a virgate of land in the village of Morton, which
the said William formerly held, paying annually for the same 6s.

Ch. 30.

Convention dated on the day of the Nativity of St. John the



408 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

STAFFORD.
Baptist, 29 Ed. I, by wliich Michael and Walter de Mortun, the lords,
gi-ant to Robert, son of Hugh de Orsolooue, common pasture in the
fee of Morton for all kinds of animals. Ch. 31.

James, son of Reginald de Morton, grants to Michael, son of
William de Morton, the whole of his part which he has in ' le Polsiche'
to make a fish-pond, with the whole reflow of water and sufficient
land for the same, for which the said Michael gives the whole of his
land which he has in a certain meadow called 'Ic Hokmedue,' near
the water-mill of Morton, (c. 1260.) Gh. 32.

John, son of Michael de Morton, grants to Robert, son of Richard
de Wilbruyghton, a messuage and land adjoining which William del
Brok held in the fee of Morton, and one acre of meadow in Brade-
medewe. (c. 1290— 1300.) Ch. 33.

John de Moreton grants to Robert Brydd of Orselowe and Matilda
his wife the whole part of one meadow which he has in Moreton
which is called ' le Turnymersche.'

Dated at Moreton the Thursday next after the feast of the
apostles SS. Peter and Paul, 10 Ed. II. GJi. 34.

Thomas Foster of Salforde, co. Bedford, in fulfilment of a certain
decree dated 3 Jnly, Trinity term last, grants to Edmund Pedder and
Thomas Crosse the whole of his manor of Moreton in co. Stafford.

Dated 26 October, i Q. Mary. Ch. 35.

Thomas Ffoster de Salford, co, Beds, esq., grants to Edmund Pedder
and Thomas Cross the whole of his manor of Morton in Staffordshire.
Dated 27 February, 7 Ed. VI. Ch. 36.

Edward Lewson, Robert Eyton, and Thomas Wyke grant to
George Forster of Ivelith the whole of their manor of Morton in the
county of Stafford. Dated 20 May, 2 Elizabeth. Ch. 37.

NEWTOWNE, WOLVERLEY, and NORTHWOOD. Deed
of consecration of a churchyard by John, bp. of Lichfield and Coventry,
for the villages of Newtowue, Wolverley, and Northwood.

Dated at Newtowne, 7 June, 1665. Ch. 38.

BADEHALE. Inrolment of pleadings in a suit tried Trinity
term, 2 Henry V, by which the prior and convent of Canwell recover
from sir Ralph Shyrle, kt., their right of presentation to the church of
Radehale. Ch. 20.

ROUTON. Edward Doyle, esq., grants to John Harecourt and
others his manor of Ronton in co. Stafford.

Dated 24 March, 30 Hen. VI. Ch. 39.

RUGELEY. Richard de Puteo of Rugeleye grants to Robert
ad fontem de Wlseleye, for his homage and service and half a mark of
silver, four selions of his land in tlic fields of Ruggel', paying
annually to him and his heirs one penny, (c. 1260.) [ With seal.^

Ch. 48.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBrvARY. 409

STAFFORD.
SANDWELL (Priory of). Eichard ... of Little B . . . . grants
to the cliureli and monks of Sandwell, in frankalmoigne, a certain part
of his land to increase the land of the said monks, (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 40.

STANLOWE. "William, son of Eobert Avenel of Medilton, grants
to William, son of Milo de Sumerhul, the whole of his land which he
has at Stanlowe in the territory of Midilton and elsewhere, saving the
dowry of his mother ; paying annually one penny, (c. 1280.) Ch. 42.

STOKE DOYLEY. Margaret, daughter of Edward Doily, grants to
Egelina, who was the wife of sir John Bagod of Bromleygh Bagod, kt.,
for her life, all her lands and tenements in Stokedoily which she had
of the gift &c. of the said Egelina.

Dated at Stoke Doiley the Monday next after the feast of St.
Barnabas the apostle, 47 Ed. III. Ch. 43.

SUTTON. Indenture by which Hugh, the prior, and convent of
St. Giles, Canwell, demise to Eichard Turnot of Sutton Perecourt
two cottages in Sutton for 80 years, at an annual rent of 3s.

Dated at Canwell, 8 October, 16 Ed. IV. Ch. 22.

TAMWORTH. Indenture made 24 June, 15 Hen. VITI, by
which the prior and convent of Canwell demise to Eoger Browne of
Thamworth, fuller, a mill for 30 years at an annual rent of 135. ^d.
[Mutilated.] Ch. 24.

TRENTHAM (Priory of). Bond given by Nicholas, the prior,
and the convent of Trentham to Thomas de Schelton for the payment
of 10 marks.

Dated at Trentham the Wednesday next before the feast of the
Purification of the B. V. M., 1382. Ch. 44.

WALTON upon TRENTE. Indenture made the . . . of
November, 8 Charles I, between Thomas Donne of Donne, co. Stafford,
and .... of the one part, and Eobert Donne of Walton upon Trente,
yeoman, of the other part. [Mutilated.] Ch. 45.

WEFORD and HASTAY. Thomas, the prior, and convent of
Canewell remit and quit-claim to sir William de Oddyngeseles, kt., a
certain old ditch which divides his park of Weford and their wood of
Hastay, for exchange of lands and tenements between their house of
Canwell on the one part, and sir Ralph de Lymeseye and the lady
Joan de Hoddyngeseles of the other.

Dated at Weford the day of Conception of the B. V. M., 23 Ed. I.

Ch. 17.

STAEPORD and DERBY. . Eoll of five membranes dated 1648,
being rents belonging to the crown in the counties of Stafford and
Derby. Staffordshire Bolls, i.

TUTBURY HONOR, &c. Eoll of 4 membranes containing
(i) account of Thomas Grell, receiver of the rents &c. for the honor of



410 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

STAFFORD.
Tutbury, ending Mich., 1650 ; (2) arrears of rents of chauntries in the
counties of Stafford and Derby; (3) parcel of the possessions of the
duchy of Lancaster. Eolls, 2.



SUFFOLK.

ACTON. Walter, son of Richard de Lulham, grants to John, son



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