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of Wygot Hake, for 43s. in hand paid, three acres of arable land in
the village of Haketon, for an annual rent of ^d. (c. 1270-80.)

Suffolk Charters, 249.

John, son of Joan, daughter of Joan le Thek of Aketon, remits and
quit-claims to Thomas Fraunce and others all right in a piece of a

meadow

Dated .... next after the feast of St. Hilary, . . Ed. III.

C7i. 251.

James Thurgor of Aketon, William Sheldrake of Sudbury, Grilbert
Wareyn, John Bryan, Robert Longe, and Robert Parteryche of Aketon,
demise to Ann Freman, late wife of John Freman of Hertest, James
Ward, James Sped, John Ward of Shymplyng, and William Cokshed, one
messuage, 7 acres of land, one rood of wood, and 6d. rents in the
village of Aketon. Dated at Aketon, 31 July, 8 Ed. IV. Ch. 253.

Duplicate charter of No. 253. Ch. 254.

Joan Skinner {'^meter') of Aketon, widow, grants to Robert
Person of Aketon, chaplain, one messuage in Aketon, between the land
of the prior of Hatfield Pevercll of the one part, and the way leading
from the well called * Ladywell ' on the other.

Dated at Aketon, 29 April, 16 Hen. VII. Ch. 255.

Indenture made 12 May, 10 Hen. VIII, by which the lady Anne
Arundel, widow, leases to Robert Bryon a messuage and all that
belongs to it in Aketon, for 10 years, at an annual rent of £8 13s. 4d.

Ch. 256.

Andrew Halys of Nebton and John Bellyard grant to Gilbert
Warein of Aketon and others a garden and tenement in Aketon.

Dated on the day of the feast of the Holy Innocents in Christmas
week, 10 Hen. VIII. [Partly obliterated.] Ch. 258,

Indenture dated 30 June, 37 Hen. VIII, by which Robert Crane,
esq., demises to Robert Man of Aketon, husbandman, his mease in
Aketon called Gybbes alias Bearne, with lands &c. thereto belonging,
for 12 years, at an annual rent of £9. Ch. 257.

Illegible charter, dated at Haketon. [With seal.] (7/i. 1229.

ACTON, WALDINGFIELD (Great), and SUDBURY.

Gilbert de Grangia of Great Waldyngfeld remits and quit-claims to sir
John Carbonel, kt., and his heirs, all his right by reason of the
marriage of Simon, son and heir of Robert de Bertonc of Subcry,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 411

SUFFOLK,
of . . . tenement which the said Simon holds of him in the villages of
Aketone, Great "Waldingfeld, and Subery.

Dated at Suber' the Saturday on the morrow of the conversion of
St. Paul, 31 Ed. I. [With seal] Ch. 1228.

Laurence Porterose of Melford, .... Sextayn of Aketon, chaplain,
John Ormelewe, chaplain, of London, and Peter Webbe of Aketon
quit-claim to Roger le Reve of .... , William Bertellor and Roger
Packe of Melford, all their right in all lands and tenements, rents and
services in Aketon, Great Waldingfield, and Sudbury.

Dated at Aketon the Monday next after the feast of St. Dionisius,
10 Rich. II. [With seals.] Ch. 252.

ALINGTON, COMBES, MENDELESHAM, &c. Laurence
Cheyne, esq., Robert Smyth, clerk, and Walter Tayler appoint
William Smith their attorney to receive for them and in their name
of John Gray and others seisin of the manor of Alington and all other
lands and tenements in Combes, Mendelesham, &c.

Dated 4 April, 8 Hen. VL Ch. 12 31.

ALNESBOURN. John Salemann of Alnesbrunn and Matilda his
wife grant to William de Estok, for his homage and service and 4s. of
silver, one piece of his land in Alnesbrunn, paying annually to him
and his heirs one penny at the feast of St. Michael, (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 1233.

William, son of William Sproth of Ipswich, grants to John .... of
Alnesbourne, for his homage and service and for 4 marks of silver,
certain land in Alnesbourne called ' Chrullesslade.' [Temp. Ed. I.]

Ch. 1232.

ALNESBOURN (Priory of). Robert, the prior, and canons
of Alnesbrunne remit and quit-claim to William de Kirkeby, the prior,
and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, all action, right, and claim
in 20s. annual rent, assigned to them by Albert de Nevyle and his
heirs out of the half of a certain water-mill in Kesewyk, formerly
called ' le Oldemylne,' but now destroyed ; for this remission and quit-
claim the said prior and convent of Norwich gave 1 6 marks of silver.
Dated at Norwich the Tuesday next after the feast of the
Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 14 Ed. I. [With seal]

Ch. 187.

ASHBY. Geoffrey de Raveningham grants to Alice Bonde, for her
homage and service and 40s. of silver, 3 J roods and 5 J perches of his
land, and ij acres of brushwood in Askebi; also I2d. of annual rent,
viz. from William Wascelin and Jordan his brother 4d., from Nicholas
de Beletun 2\d., from Augustine Storm id., from Henry de Steingate
2d., from Geoffrey de Bure id., from Robert le Neue id., and from
Nicholas de Belot ^d. ; paying annually to the said Geoffrey one clove,
(c. 1250.) Ch. 664.

Margaret, daughter of William de Raveningham, grants to John de
Askeby, son of Geoffrey de St. Sano, for his homage and service and
40s. of silver, a piece of land in Askeby. (c. 1250.) Ch. 665.



412 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Ralph, son of Aludred the Little {'petit), and Alice, daughter of
William de Raveningham, grant to John de Askeby, son of Geoffrey
de St. Sano, for his homage and service and for 155., three cartloads
(bigatas) of peat which they were accustomed to receive annually from
the turbary of the said John, in Askeby. (c. 1250.) Ch. 666.

Hugh de . . . . grants to John de Askeby, son of Geoffrey de St.
Sano, one piece of his land which lies in Askeby near ' Gunildes mere,'
paying annually to him and his heirs one halfpenny, (c. 1260-70.)

Ch, 679*.

John, son of Geoffrey de St. Sano, grants to Thomas, son of William
de Broxtun, for his homage and service and 5 marks of silver, \\
acres and half a rood of his land in Askeby, lying together in one
culture called 'Brom,' paving annually for the same i8c?. (c. 1250.)

Ch. 667.

Geoffrey, and Joan his wife, relict of William, son of Alexander dc
Askeby, grant to John de Manthorp, and Emma and Margery
daughters of Bartholomew de Manthorp, all their right in the whole of
a certain turbary which the said William sold to John and Bartholo-
mew, (c. 1260-70.) Ch, 668.

Final concord, dated 53 Hen. IIL Ch. 669.

Final concord, dated 53 Hen. IIL Ch. 670.

Final concord, dated 53 Hen. III. Ch. 671.

Final concord, dated 53 Hen. Ill, by which Robert del Bures of
Askeby remits and quit-claims to John de Askeby all his right in all
the messuages of the said John in Askeby, also in certain lands in
Askeby, upon certain conditions. Ch. 672.

Final concord made in the feast of the Holy Trinity, 53 Hen. Ill,
by which Robert de Fretun, Catherine his wife, and others of Askeby,
remit and quit-claim to John de Askeby all their right in certain
messuages of John de Askeby, in Askeby. Ch. 673.

Agnes de .... of Manethorp grants to Gilbert, son of sir John
de Askeby, all her right in one half acre of land in the village of
Askeby. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 674.

William, son of Alexander, and Thomas, son of Robert, grant to
John, son of Geoffrey, and his heirs, all right in 1 4 acres of turbary
and 14 acres of brushwood in BrendeUnges in Askeby. (c. 1270.)

Ch. 674*.

William, son of Robert de Askeby, grants to John .... half an
acre of land in Askeby. (c. 1280.) [Mutilated.'] Ch. 6^^.

William, son of Robert de Askeby, grants to Philip, son of Geoffrey
de Askeby, ^\d. annual rent in the village of Askeby, viz. i\d. and
the homage and service of the said John, for his tenement in Askeby,
and 2d. from Adam, son of Henry BoUe. (c. 1280.) Ch. 676.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEAKY. 413

SUFFOLK.
Geoffrey, son of John de Askeby, grants to John de Ingelose his
nephew, the whole of his messuage, lands, and a mill in Askeby, Somer-
leton, Belton, Lound, Leystoft, &c. (c. 1280.) Gh. 677.

Robert .... of Somerleyton grants to Geoffrey, son of John de
Askeby, one rood of turbary lying in the parish of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Sunday next before the feast of St. Luke
the evangelist, . . Ed. I. Gh. 678.

Geoffrey, son of John de Askeby, grants to AVilliam Davy of
Broxton and Alice his wife one rood of land in Askeby. (c. 1280.)

Gh. 679.

Convention between Geoffrey, son of sir John de Askeby, on the one
part, and Bobert .... of the other, made the AVednesday next before
the feast of St. Barnabas, . . Ed. I, by which the said Geoffrey grants
to the said Robert a certain free inclosure with free entrance and exit
in Askeby. Gh. 680.

Geoffrey, son of sir John de Askeby, grants to John, son of Thomas
Bathelerde (1), one rood of land in the fields of Askeby. (c. 1280.)

Gh. 680*.

Edward Bee of Ludham, Richard Crystmes of Somerleyton, Thomas
Colyn of Lound, and Thomas Bryd grant to Margaret, formerly the
wife of John Langton of Borough-Castell, and AVilliam Sygoo alias
.... of the same place, certain messuages, lands, and tenements in
Askeby which they had by the gift of the said John Langton.

Dated at Askeby, 4 January, 9 Ed. I. Gh. 681.

Charter by which grant to ... . Ingelose in Askeby.

(c. 1280.) [Mutilated^ Gh. 682.

Charter by which .... grants to William, son of John de . . . . a
piece of land in Askeby. (c. 1280.) [Mutilated.^ Gh. 6S2*.

Geoffrey de Askeby, son of John de Askeby, grants to Emma his
daughter . . acres of land lying in the fields of Askeby. (c. 1280.)

Gh. 683.

Robert, son of Henry Thurge of Askeby, grants to John, son of
John del Hil, one piece of underwood in Askeby, at an annual rent
of one halfpenny.

Dated next after the feast of St. Michael, . . Ed. I.

Gh. 684.

Charter by which . . . de Askeby grants to Robert, son of John
Ingelose, all his lands, rents, &c. in Askeby. (c. 1280.) Gh. 685.

Robert de Ingelose, lord of Askeby, grants to Simon de Beltone a
free common of communication and feedino: for all his beasts of
Lound, in Askeby, as the freemen of the said village have. (c. 1 2 80-90.)

Gh. 686.

Nicholas, son of John del Hil of Askeby, remits and quit-claims to
John .... all his right in one piece of land in Askeby. (c. 1280.)

Gh. 687.



414 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
"William, son of Robert de Askeby, grants to John del Hil and
his heirs, for his homage and service and 5 marks of silver, one acre
of land in Askeby. (c. 1280.) Gh. 688.

Stephen, son of William de Askeby, clerk, grants to John, son of
Robert de Manetorp, and Thomas his son, for their homage and service
and '^6 marks sterling, one messuage and the half of a wood and five
acres of land in Manthorp, also one acre in Askeby; paying annually
to him and his heirs one penny, and to Thomas Grey and his assigns
the service due and accustomed, (c. 1280.) Ch. 689.

Thomas, son of Robert de Monte, grants to John, son of Osbert de
Akeby, for his homage and service and 2s. of silver, the whole house
{totum domum) which Walter de Blundeston, clerk, granted and gave
to the same John, viz. one piece of land (sic) in Askeby ; paying
annually for the same three halfpence, (c. 1280.) Ch, 690.

Nicholas, son of ... . grants to William in Askeby -and

Heringflete. (c. 1290.) Ch. 691.

William, son of Alexander de Askeby, grants to John, son of
Geoffrey de Askeby, for his homage and 405., 2^ acres of land and
turbary in Askeby, paying annually for the same 3d (c. 1290.)

Ch. 692.

William, de Askeby, for his homage and service in

Askeby. (c. 1280.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 693.

John, son of Jordan de Askeby, remits and quit-claims to John,
son of Geoffrey de St. Sano, and his heirs, all his right in turbaries,
brushwoods, and in his demesnes lying in Askeby, saving the pasture
of Askeby ; for this quit-claim the said John gave to John three acres
of his turbary and 3^ acres of brushwood in Askeby at Langhowe.
(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 694.

John, son of Jordan de Askeby, grants to John, son of Geoffrey de
Askeby, for his homage and service and los. 6d., three acres of land
in Askeby, lying in * Langhouwe ;' at an annual rent of one penny,
(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 695.

Alice, relict of John, son of Jordan de Askeby, grants to Geoffrey,
son of sir John de Askeby, kt., all his right in a piece of turbary in
the village of Askeby ; for this grant the said Alice gives annually
2 2 hundred of turves, (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 6g6.

Charter by which remits and quit-claims to John, son of

Geoffrey de Askeby, all right to 1 4 loads of furse in .... of Askeby.
(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 697.

Thomas attc .... grants to William .... feld of Kessinglond
and Alice, daughter of the said Thomas, one aero and a half of land
in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Thursday .... , 2 Ed. II. [Mutilated.]

Ch, 698.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 415

SUFFOLK.
Illegible charter

Dated at Askeby the Thursday on the feast of St. Martin, 15
Ed. n. Gh. 699.

Charter by which grants to sir Robert de a piece

of arable land lying in the fields of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby . . * . after the feast of St. Luke, evang., 1 6
Ed. IL Ch. 700.

"William grants to Alan .... of Heryngflete a piece of land

containing 3 acres lying in the village of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby Ed. I. C/i. 701.

Emma, wife of Thomas Bolle of Askeby, remits and quit-claims to
Henry de la Hil of Gorlestone all her right in a piece of land in
Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Sunday next after St. Luke, evang., 10
Ed. III. Ch. 702.

Joan, daughter of Thomas del Hil of Askeby, is bound to Walter,

son of Thomas de Manthorp

Dated at Askeby, 2 July, 18 Ed. III. Ch. 703,

Grant of land in Askeby. [Tllegible.^ Ch. 704.

Sir Robert de Ingelose, kt., grants to Robert de Mundeford, parson
of the church of Askeby, one piece of land lying in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Wednesday next after the feast of St. John
ante port. Lat., .. . Ed. III. Ch. 705.

Joan, formerly the wife of sir Robert de Ingelose, kt., grants to

of Heryngfleth one piece of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Thursday ... 37 Ed. III. Ch. 706.

William Roger, Robert Brig . . . . , John atte Mersh, senior, and
John atte Mersh, junior, grant to John de Boyton one messuage, and
also all lands and tenements, together with mores, underwood, and
appurtenances which they lately had by feoffment of Peter de Burgh
and Isabella his wife in the village of Askeby, and which was formerly
John Chapeleyn's.

Dated at Askeby the Saturday next after the feast of St. George
the Martyr, 41 Ed. III. Ch. 707.

Henry del Hil of Askeby grants to Thomas Rust and Alice his
wife, of the same place, the whole of his messuage, with one acre of
arable land, in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Sunday next after the feast of ,

42 Ed. III. Ch. 708.

Henry Botyld of Brandon, rector of the church of Somerleton, John
Jeckys of Erpyngham, chaplain, and Edmund de Cagleton (?), chaplain,
recite a feoffment of John atte Hyl of Askeby of lands &c. in the
villages of Askeby, Somerleton, Harryngflete, and elsewhere in the
hundred of Londyngland, to Edmund atte Hil, paying to the said
Henry and others by two instalments 200s. ; by this present writing



416 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

they acknowledge to have received the said sum of Edmund atte
Hil.

Dated at Askeby the Monday next after the feast of the Exaltation
of the Cross, 48 Ed. III. Ch. 709.

John de Merche of Heringflete and Robert le Neve of Askeby
grant to Roger .... a messuage in Askeby, together with a croft and
a piece of land at Donnacre.

Dated at Askeby on the vigil of St the apostle, i Rich. II.

Ch. 710.

Simon, parson of the church of Askeby, and others, grant to
Edmund atte Hel of Askeby a messuage and two pieces of land in
Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Friday next after the feast of the Conversion
of St. Paul, I Rich. II. CA. 7 1 1.

Edmund de .... of Askeby grants to Simon, parson of Askeby, and
others, his lands and tenements in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Sunday , i Rich. II. Ch. 712.

Simon, parson of Haskeby, Edmund Pechare of Grreat Yarmouth,
William Ropere of Catefeld, and John de Marsh of Heringflete, grant
to William Cok of Askeby one inclosure with houses erected thereon,
and one piece of land beyond the gate of the said inclosure.

Dated at Askeby the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Barnabas,
I Rich. II. [With seals^ Ch. 713.

John Herll of Somerleton grants to Adam Bocmonger of Askeby
one piece of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Sunday next after the feast of St. Andrew,
4 Rich. 11. Ch. 714.

John Herwald of Bradwell grants to Edmund Bende of Askeby one
messuage with crofts adjoining, together with all lauds &c. to the said
messuage belonging in the village of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby on the feast of St. Peter ad vine, 8 Rich. II.

(7A.715.

William Cook of Filby grants to Andrew Borston of Askeby two
pieces of arable land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Monday next after the feast of St. Gregory the
pope, 20 Rich. II. Ch. 716.

Nicholas Wychingham grants to John atte Grove the manor of
Askeby with the church lands and appurtenances for 6 years after the
date of these presents, paying annually 7 marks sterling.

Dated i October, 20 Rich. II. [With seal. ^ Ch. 1234.

Elizabeth grants to Thomas three pieces of land in

Askeby.

Dated at Lound the Saturday next after the feast of the Conver-
sion of St. Paul, 21 Rich. II. Ch. 717.

Roger Skarlet, chaplain, grants to John Thurbume, AVill Dareys



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 417

SUFFOLK,
of Lound, and Hoger Primour, all his messuages, -lauds, and tenements
in the villages of Askeby and Lound.

Dated at Askeby the Monday next after the feast of SS. Simon
and Jude, 3 Hen. IV. Ch. 718.

Alice, formerly wife of John Grene of Somerleton, remits to Thomas
Torald of Heringflete all her right in certain messuages &c. in Askeby
which were formerly John Grene's her husband.

Dated at Askeby the Monday next after the feast of St. Michael,

3 Hen. IV. Ch. 719.

William Dald, prior of the priory of St. Olave, Heringflete, grants
to . . . . Owden of Somerleyton, son and heir of Thomas Owden, a
certain annual rent from two cottages in Askeby.

Dated .... December, 5 Hen. IV. Ch. 203.

John Bakere, parson of Somerleyton, Richard Palewyk of Freton,
and John Deuce of Heringflete, grant to William Crane worth, parson
of Askeby, one tenement and three pieces of arable land in Askeby.
Dated at Askeby the Sunday next before the feast of palms,

9 Hen. IV. [With seals.'] Ch. 720.

Charter by which grants to Henry .... of Somerleyton

two pieces of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,

10 Hen. IV. CA. 721.

Margaret, daughter of Thomas Rust of Askeby, grants to William
Crane worth, rector of Askeby, all her messuages and lands in Askeby
which were Thomas Rust's.

Dated at Askeby the Thursday after the feast of St. Kenelm,
..Hen. TV. (7A. 724.

Henry Boyton of ... . grants to Roger Prymowr of Lound one piece
of land lying in the village of Askeby.

Dated at Lound on the vigil of the Epiphany, 1 3 Hen. IV.

{With seal^ Ch. 725.

Adam Buckmonger of Askeby grants to Richard Eleyne, rector
of Askeby, Robert Eleytfe and John Cale of the same village, one piece
of land of half an acre in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 2 October, 10 Hen. V. Ch. 722.

Nicholas Ludham of ... . quit-claims to .... all his right in
two pieces of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Sunday next after the feast of St. James the
apostle, .. Hen. V. [Mutilated.] Ch.'jz^.

John Beketone, burgess of Great Yarmouth, grants to John
Dustgate of Askeby one piece of underwood in Askeby.

Dated there the Monday next after the feast of St. Hilary,

4 Hen. V. . Ch. 726.

Thomas Torald of Askeby grants to John his son his tenement in
Askeby.

Dated there, 4 Dec, 3 Hen. VI. [Mutilated.] Ch. 727.

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418 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Thomas Torald of Askeby grants to John his son one messuage and
lands in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 4 Dec., 3 Hen. VI. [With seal.] Ch. 1235.

Thomas Torald of Askeby grants to John Torald his son a messuage
and land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 4 December, 3 Hen. VI. Ch. 728.

Richard Dole of Askeby grants to Gregory Draper, Robert
Bukmongere, and John Nabbys, 2 pieces of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 2 January, 12 Hen. VI. Ch. 729.

Charter by which . . . Medhop and Robert Premour confirm to
John Torald a messuage and rents in the villages of Askeby and
Heryngflete.

Dated at Askeby the Thursday next before the feast of Palm
Sunday, 13 Hen. VI. Ch. 730.

John Toorald of Barneby grants to Robert Primour and Henry his
brother two pieces of land lying in the fields of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby on the feast of St. James, 13 Hen. VI. Ch. 731.

John Dustgate of Askeby remits and quit-claims to John Gernegan,
esq., John Fastolf, esq., Nicholas Bokkyng and others, all his right in
one piece of land in Askeby. Dated 4 January, . . Hen. VI. Ch. 732.

Henry Dole of Askeby and Agnes his wife grant to Robert Primour
of Lound two pieces of underwood in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby 31 March, 14 Hen. VI. [With seal.] Ch. 733.

John Gernegan and Thomas Kempster of Somerleton grant to
Robert Waryn of the same place two pieces of underwood in Askeby.
Dated at Askeby, 12 May, 21 Hen. VI. Ch. 734.

John Chapeleyn of Blundeston and others demise to William
. Bukmonger of Askeby a messuage in the village of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 12 March, 30 Hen. VI. Ch. 735.

Roger .... and others grant to William . . . . of Askeby one piece
of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 20 Feb., 37 Hen. VI. [With seals.] Ch. 736.

John Jemingham and Nicholas Bockyng grant to John Ive, clerk,
one piece of land containing four acres in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby . . . . 38 Henry VI. Ch. 'j^'j.

John Bemey, sen., William Paston, and others grant to Robert

Inglose, esq., their manor of Askeby with the advowson of the church.

Dated at Askeby, 15 April, 38 Hen. VI. Ch. 738.

Robert Bukmonger of Askeby grants to Edmund Waryn of Somer-
leton and others one piece of land in the fields of Askeby,

Dated at Askeby, 16 July, i Ed. IV. [With seal] Ch. 739.

Richard Doole of Askeby and Henry Doole his son grant to Thomas
. . . . of Somerleton, John Booff, John Todenham, and another, a



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 419

SUFFOLK.

tenement with a croft adjoining, one piece of land, and five pieces of
underwood in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, i6 January, 49 Hen. VI, and ist year of his
restoration. €h. 740.

Henry Doole of Askeby and others grant to John Todenham
Somerleton a piece of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 2 Ed. IV. Ch. 741.

Edmund Waryn of Somerleyton and Henry Dole demise anc
confirm to William Bukmonger of Askeby one piece of land containinc
five acres in the fields of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 4 May, 3 Ed. IV. Ch. 742.

William Bukkemongere of Askeby grants, to Geoffrey Bukkemongere
one piece of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 13 May, 3 Ed. IV. CK 743.

William, son of Robert Bukmonger of Askeby, grants to Richard
Appulby and Peter Goos one piece of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 28 May, 3 Ed. IV. [With seal^ Ch. 744.

William Buckmonger of Askeby grants to Thomas Oweyn of
Somerleton and others certain tenements and lands in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 10 January, 3 Ed. IV. Ch. 745.

Edmund .... grants to Thomas Colyn' of Lound and Margaret his
wife one piece of land in Askeby lately sir Henry Inglose's, kt.

Dated at Askeby, 24 (]) Oct., 4 Ed. IV. [With seal.'] Ch. 746.

Grant of three pieces of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the Monday next before the feast of St. Peter
ad vine, 4 Ed. IV. [With seal^ [Nearly illegible.] Ch. 747.

Thomas CoUyn alias .... of London grants to Henry of

Askeby six acres of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby the 6th of March, 5 Ed. IV. Ch. 748.

Richard Dole of Askeby and others grant to Thomas Owdon of
Somerleton and John Tudyngham one piece of land containing four
acres more or less in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 16 May, 6 Ed. IV. [With seals^ Ch. 1236.

Richard Dole of Askeby and others demise to Thomas Man of
Lenne and others one piece of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 11 February, 6 Ed. IV. Ch. 749.

Margaret, relict of John Lanater of Borogh Castell, and William
Sygoe alias Ffytte demise to Richard Hacon and others a certain
messuage and land in Askeby. Dated 9 Ed. IV. Ch. 750.

Henry atte Doole, son of Richard atte Doole of Askeby, John
Gernegan, esq., sen., John Reppes of Heryngflete, William Boundes of
Henstede, and others, demise to Edward Waryn of Somerleton and
Thomas Man of Lounde all their messuages, lands, &c. in Askeby which

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they had by concession of Agnes Doole of Askeby, daughter of
Edward Bonde.

Dated at Askeby on the feast of the apostles SS. Peter and Paul,
10 Ed. IV. Gh. 751.

John de . . . . grants to Robert le Pene (?) of Askeby one acre and
one rood of land in the village of Askeby.



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