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Dated at Askeby the Sunday next Ch. 752.

Robert Inglose, esq., grants to John Yatys his manor of Askeby,
CO. Suffolk, together with the advowson of the church.

Dated at Askeby, 20 September, 12 Ed. IV. [With sealJ]

Ch. 753.

John Baly of Gorleston, in performance of the last will of Thomas
Colyn late of Lound, now deceased, enfeoffs Thomas Crote and others
in five pieces of land lying in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 6 January, 12 Ed. IV. Ch. 754.

Henry Smyth alias Page of Somerleyton and John Smyth demise
to Richard Hawkyn alias Crystemasse of Somerleyton and others,
certain pieces of land lying in the fields of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 29 May, i Rich. III. Ch. 755.

Indenture made at Somerleton, 8 Sept., 1485, between John
Jernegan, esq., of the one part, and Giles Brewys, gentleman, of the
other, witnesseth that the said Giles has granted to the said John one
tenement in Askeby called * Buckmongers ' and 32 acres of land for
one year, at a rent of 33s. 4d. Ch. 756.

Indenture made at Somerleyton on St. Mary Magdalen's day,
I Hen. VII, witnessing that for the consideration of 40 marks paid by
John Jernegan, esq., to Gyles Brews, gent., he the said Giles will
convey a tenement and 32 acres of land in Askeby. Ch. 757.

Richard Hacon alias Crystymasse of Somerleyton and John Nogge
grant to John Benper of Somerleyton and others a messuage and a
croft and three pieces of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 20 May, 2 Hen. VII. Ch. 758.

Alice, who was the wife of ... . Chirche, late of Wyndele, grants to
Alice, who was the wife of William Nawnton, esq., widow, and others,
four pieces of land in the village of Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, i May, 5 Hen. VII. Ch. 759.

John Jernegan grants to John Leverych of Borow, Robert Larke,
and Robert Gappe certain land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 3 October, 7 Hen. VII. Ch. 760.

Richard Gowle of London and others demise to Thomas Owedon of
Somerleyton and others two acres of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 27 February, 9 Hen. VII. Ch. 761.

Elizabeth Brews, widow, and others infeoff Richard Jernegan, esq..



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 421

SUFFOLK,
son of John, and others, with all their rents, services, lands, &c. in the
villages of Askeby, Somerleton, &c.

Dated at Askeby, i February, 14 Hen. VII. [Partly obliterated.']

Ch. 762.

Thomas Doole of Askby, yeoman, grants to Joan his wife and
others his messuage and croft and six pieces of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 20 June, 14 Hen. VII. Gh. 763.

John Ravyngham and others demise to John Tudenham and others
a messuage, land, and a small enclosure lying in the fields of Askeby.
Dated at Askeby, 14 April, . . Hen. VII. Ch. 'J64.

William Jakson and John .... grant to ... . Johnes and Maria his
wife certain land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 23 June .... Hen. VIII. [Partly obliterated.]

Ch. 765.

John Ball of Askeby grants to Margery Cox, widow, and others, a
tenement with a croft and three pieces of land in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 8 December, 7 Hen. VIII. Ch. 766.

Katherine Wylton of Ashby remits and quit-claims to John
Nabbys of Ashby and others, all her right in two pieces of ground
and a tenement in Asshby.

Dated 3 November, Hen. VIII. (7A. 767.

George Nabbys of Lound, son and heir of Peter Nabbys, demises to
John Sugge of Somerleyton two pieces of land in Assheby.

Dated at Assheby, 30 January, 19 Hen. VIII. Ch. 768.

Indenture (mutilated) dated 25 Feb., ..(Hen. VIII), by which
dame Elinor Jenney of Theberton demises to Peter Nabbys her manor
of Askeby for vij years, at an annual rent of vi marks. Ch. 769.

Gregory Nobbus and others grant to Robert ... of Theberton,
William Ayliff, and others, a messuage and six pieces of land.

Dated 10 November, . .. Hen. VIII. Ch. 770.

John Manne, William Palmer, Robert Candler, Richard Watson,
and Robert Swanne grant to John Jernegan, William Drury, Robert
Drury, and John Appylton two pieces of arable land lying in a certain
field called Wykerfeld in Asshby, co. Suffolk, in exchange for four
pieced of land in Lound, co. Suffolk.

Dated at Asshby, 20 January, 24 Hen. VIII. Ch. 771.

Indenture dated 20 March, 25 Hen. VIII, between sir John
Spelman, kt., of the one part, and sir John Jernegan, kt., of the other,
reciting a proposed marriage between George Jernegan, esq., son of
the above John, and Ela, one of the daughters of the said sir John
Spelman, with settlement of lands in consideration of the same.

Ch. 772.

Final concord, dated at Westminster, 26 Hen. VIII, by which John
Jernegan and others are acknowledged by William Kingeston, kt., and



422 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Mary his wife, to be the owners of the manor and advowson of Ashby,
for which acknowledgment the said John and others gave £ioo
sterling. Ch. 773.

John Jernegan grants to sir Thomas Bedyngfeld, kt., and others,
his manor, lands, rents, &c. in Asshby, Lound, and Heryngfleete, in
accordance with a marriage settlement dated 20 March, 25 Hen. VIII,
by which his son George is contracted in marriage to Ela, daughter
of John Spelman. Dated 8 Sept., 26 Hen. VIII. (7^1.774.

Sir John Jernegan, kt., confirms to Robert Skottowe of Askeby in
exchange six pieces of land lying in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 16 March, 31 Hen. VUL Ch. "j^j^.

Margaret .... remits and quit-claims to Joane Moore, wife of
Richard Moore, all her right &c. in certain parcels of land lying in
Askeby. Dated 4 October, 38 Hen. VIII. Ch. 776.

Alicia and Agnes, daughters of Robert Skottowe late of Askeby,
sells to William Stanton of Somerleyton a messuage &c. in Askeby.
Dated 10 June, 7 Ed. VI. Ch. 777.

Ralph Walle, son and heir of John Walle, grants to Richard Meze
of Askeby, sen., a messuage or tenement in Askeby.

Dated at Askeby, 2 January, 3 (V) Elizabeth. Ch. 778.

Illegible grant of land in Askbie from William Sygooze to John ....
Dated at Askeby, . . October, 21 Elizabeth. Ch. 779.

Indenture dated 4 Oct., 33 Q. Elizabeth, by wliich John Wentworth
of Somerleyton demises to Thomazen Cowper of Asheby his fish-house
in Ashby and his two ponds on the east part of the said house, and
also a certain whorde called the old whorde belonging to the manor of
Ashby, and the waters in Asheby, Heringflete, and Lound, for 10
years, at an annual rent of 36s. ^d. Ch. 780.

Bond of £160 from Thomas Moore of Askeby, husbandman, to John
Wentworth of Somerleyton for securing the sale of a tenement and
certain lands in Askeby.

Dated 6 October, 38 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 781.

Thomas Moore of Askeby, in consideration of .£70, sells to John
Wentworth of Somerleton the half of a tenement, croft and land in
Askeby, and also the half of other pieces of land in Askeby. *'

Dated 6 October, 1596. Ch. 782.

Thomas Jernegan and Elizabeth his wife, for a certain sum of money
in hand paid, grant to John Jernegan of Somerleton, his brother, the
whole of their capital messuage in Askeby.

Dated 30 May, 43 Elizabeth. CK 783.

BACTON. Charter by which .... son of . . . de Baketun
grants and quit-claims to sir Simon Peche and his heirs, all right in a
messuage and one acre of land in Baketun ; for this quit-claim the
said sir Simon gave 205. of silver, (c. 1280.) Ch. 1237.



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SUFFOLK.
BARNEBY. Richard Grave of Barneby grants to John Bruslete
of Carleton and others one inclosure lying in Barneby.

Dated at Barneby the Sunday after the feast of SS. Vedastus and
Amand, 45 Ed. III. Ch. 1238.

BARTON (Great). Robert de Hese, for the soul of king John
&c., grants to the church of St. Edmund, and to the abbot and monks
there, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his land in Bertun of the honor
of Nottingham, namely that land which the said king John while he
was earl Moreton gave to him, for an annual service of one hawk, and
to the said Robert and his heirs of one pound of cummin, (c. 1200.)

Ch, 34.

Robert Canewas grants to the church of St. Edmund and the monks
there, in frankalmoigne, the whole of the water running between
Midehale and Bertun, with the fishery which belongs to him and the
two lashers, viz. of Lodemuthe and Kemesingeford ; for this donation
the convent of St. Edmund gave to him one mark of silver in aid of
his peregrination, (c. 1210-20.) Ch. S^.

Hugh atte Hallegate of St. Edmund grants to Walter del Brasyn
of St. Edmund, for his fealty and service and 4s. of silver, one half
acre of arable land in the fields of Bertone ; paying annually for the
same one penny, (c. 1220-30.) [With seal.^ Ch. 1239.

Indenture made between John de Gosford, the prior of St. Edmund
of Bury, and convent of the same, at the time of a vacancy in the
abbacy, of the one part, and John Overton of Multon of the other,
witnesseth that the said prior and convent have demised to the said
John their manor of Redewelle with ' le Cagehalle ' in Bertone near
St. Edmund, for 20 years, paying annually to the chamberlain of St.
Edmund at Bury £10 for the first 10 years, and £12 for the last
10 years, with other conditions.

Dated on the feast of St. Michael, 6 Rich. II. Ch. 109.

BARTON (Little). Ralph, son of Andrew Caneway of Bertone,
chaplain, grants to Peter, son of Geoffrey Caneway, for his homage
and service and 10 marks in hand paid, the whole of his messuage
and lands lying in Bertone, paying annually i^d. (c. 1260-70.)

[With seal.^ Ch. 1242.

BARTON. Semann, son of Reginald de Berton, grants to Roger
his son, for his homage and service, that toft in the village of Berton
of his fee which lies between the parson s croft on the one part, and
his own croft on the other, with the adjacent land, computed at 7
roods, which Peter, son of Osbert de Wridewell, clerk, held by the gift
of Walter the chaplain, ^ his uncle, and which the said Peter quit-
claimed to him; also he grants to the said Roger 2 acres of his land in
the fields of Berton ; paying annually to the church of Berton 6d., and
to him and his heirs 2d. (c. 1230-40.) [With seat^ Ch. 1241.

Sir William de Gerningham, kt., grants to Walter, son of John de
Geytune, his nephew, one messuage with a croft in the village of
Berton; paying annually for the same 3d (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1240.



424 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
^ BAWDSEY (?). Randel le Gardener of Baudris' grants to Cecilia,
his daughter and heir, one piece of his arable land in the village of
Baudris'.

Dated at Baudris* the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Margaret, virgin, 21 Ed. I. [With seal] Ch. 1243.

BECCLES. Matilda, late wife of William Nicoll of Beccles,
spycer, appoints Richard, the parson of South Elniham, and William
Upiych, her attorneys to deliver seisin in her name of one plot of land
in Beccles, to John le Neve of Brundysh, chaplain, and John le Neve
of Wylebeye.

Dated at Hildircle, 17 May, 16 Ed. TIL [Willi seal] Ch. 1245.

Illegible grant of land in Beccles dated 17 Hen. YI. Oh. 1247.

Charter dated 30 March, 2 Rich. III. [Ifutilated.] Ok 1249.

BECCLES and ENDEGATE. Deed by which John, bp. of
Norwich, and the dean and chapter of Norwich confirm a composition
between John Attezate, rector of Beccles, and John Stowe, rector of
Endgate, concerning the tithes of the two villages of Beccles and
Endgate.

Dated at Beccles, 2 April, 13 19. [With seed.] Ch. 1246.

BECCLES and LOUND. Katherine, formerly wife of Thomas
Rose of Becclis, confirms to sir William de Ely, parson of Becclis,
Robert Lyster, and Koger atte Lee, all his messuages, lands, tenements,
&c. in the villages of Becclis and Lounde.

Dated at Becclis the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
17 Rich. IL Ch. 1248.

BEESTON, CO. Norfolk. Edward Mortoft of Beston gi-ants to
John Coche of Cossay, sir Robert Clere, kt., and others, to the use of
the said John, one tenement called Corpesties and land in Beston.
Dated at Beston, 8 October, 1 2 Hen. YII. [ With seal.]

[See Norfolk, Ch. 12, p. 168.] Ch. 1244.

BELTON. Thomas Kempster of Burgh Castell, William Heden,
and Robert Clerk of the same, demise and enfeoff Thomas Gilberd of
Belton, Richard Pope and Thomas Sparhow, with the whole of their
messuage formerly Henry Roger s, and two pieces of land, a grange, and
6 acres of land in 9 pieces in Belton.

Dated at Belton, 12 December, 9 Ed. IV. Ch. 784.

Thomas Gylberd of Belton grants to Henry Plumstead of Great
Yarmouth, Joan his wife, and others, all his messuages, lands, tenements,
&c. in Belton, and appoints John Palmer and John Boys his attorneys
to deliver seisin of the same.

Dated 15 January, 20 Hen. YII. Ch. 785.

The order and award of Richard Jenkenson, Robert Glover, Charles
Sucklinge, esquires, and Daniell Walters, gent., made 12 April, 19
James I, between William Langton, the president, and fellows of
Magdalen College, Oxford, of the one part, and William Sydnor the
younger of the other. Ch. 1250.



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SUFFOLK.
Robert Sterne of Belton, for a sum of £50, sells to John Wentworth
one messuage, with houses, lands, and tenements adjacent, in Belton.
Dated 14 January, 5 Charles I [1630]. Ch. 787.

Power of attorney to Thomas Bussye from Robert Sterne to give
seisin to sir John Wentworth of Somerleyton, kt., in a messuage,
house, lands, &c. in Belton.

Dated 14 January, 6 Charles I. Ch. 788.

Mutilated deed concerning the sale of a messuage, houses, and lands
to sir John Wentworth, kt.

Dated . . January, 6 Charles I. Ch. 789.

BELTON, GAPTON, BRADWELL, GORLESTON, and
FRITTON. Thomas Grey of Tlieberton remits and quit-claims to
John Wentworth of Somerleyton all his right &c. in all messuages,
lands, tenements, &c. situated in the above parishes.

Dated 24 December, 36 Elizabeth. Ch. 786.

BETHANGHER, STONHAM ASPAL, and CROWFIELD.

William Torald of Debenham demises to John Revyl of Caxston, John
Cachepoll, senior, and Robert Laneman, all those lands and tenements
called * Sowterys ' lying in the villages of Bethangher, Stonham Aspall,
and Croffeld.

Dated at Stonham Aspall on the feast of St. Gregory, 1 3 Ed. IV.

Ch. 1251.

BLITHING. Indenture dated 14 Feb., 11 Elizabeth, by which
Robert Hopton demises to Anthony Lyngwood the hundred of
Blything with all its appurtenances for twelve years, at an annual
rent of X40. Ch. 1161.

Simon Toppe of Causton and Simon Bonde of Blything grant to
Richard Dyggard of Blything a piece of land in the parish of
Blything.

Dated at Blything the Monday next after the feast of Pentecost,
II Rich. IL Ch. II 62.

BLIEITRGH. Indenture dated 31 August, 29 Hen. VIII, by
which Richard Freston demises to John Hapton of Blythborough the
parsonage of Blythborough for 56 years, paying for the same annually
£6. Ch. 1 1 63.

Indenture made i October, 3 James I, by which John Wentworth of
Somerleyton, esq., leases unto Felix Crane and William Marks his
parsonage or benefice of Blytheburgh for 10 years, at an annual rent
of £45. Ch. 1 164.

BLXJNDESTON, &o. John, son of Robert de Lund, acknowledges
that he owes to Roger, son of Osbert, and his heirs i2d., at the feast
of St. Michael, for half an acre of laud in the village of Blundeston.
(c. 1220.) Ch. 790.

Richard Randolf of the east village of Yarmouth grants to William
dc Gernemuta (Yarmouth), for his homage and service and 305. in



426 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK,
hand paid, one piece of his land in Blundeston, paying annually to him
and his heirs one penny, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 791.

William, son of John de Alneto (Dawney), grants to William, son of
Osbert, his cousin, for his homage and service, the whole gift which
William de Alneto his uncle had given to Osbert de Gurnemuta and
Matilda his wife by his charter, viz. 60 acres of land and one alder-bed
in Blundeston, also certain other lands there and in Flixton, together
with his mill in Blundeston. ' (c. 1230.) Cli. 792.

John, son of William de Alneto (Dawney) of Flixtun, grants to
William, son of William de Gernemuta, six acres of land in Ingg . . Ihs-
toft and Tuenacres. (c. 1240-50.) CA. 792*.

Robert, son of the parson of Blundeston, grants to Robert, son of
William de Blundeston, two acres of land in Blundeston.

Dated there the Thursday next before the feast of St. Faith,
iiEd. IL C'A. 793.

Robert de Blundeston grants to Osbert, rector of Blundeston, John
de Jememut and Oliver de Wysete, certain lands and tenements in
Blundeston, together with the advowson of the church.

Dated there the Friday next after the feast of St. John ante port.
Lai, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 795.

John Sekysteyn of Blundeston grants to Nicholas his servant a
messuage and a piece of land in Blundeston.

Dated the Thursday next after the feast of SS. Fabian and
Sebastian, 7 Rich. II. Ch. 796.

John Pygot of Blundeston grants to John Jernemuth of the same
place one piece of land there.

Dated at Blundeston the Monday next after the feast of St. James,
13 Rich. IL Ch. 'jg'j.

Thomas Donnyng of Blundeston grants to Bartholomew Clerk of
the same place one acre of arable land in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 24 December, 7 Hen. V. Ch. 798.

Roger Colman of Blundeston grants to Osbert Pygot half an acre
of land lying in the fields of Blundeston.

Dated there on the moi^row of St. Valentine, martyr, i Hen. VI.

Ch. 800.

Henry Mathew of Blundeston grants to Bartholomew (?) Clare
certain land in Blundeston. [Mutilated.] Ch. 801.

Robert Bucheman of Olton grants to Andrew Cok of Olton and
others one piece of land in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 12 March, 6 Hen. VI. Ch. 802.

Roger Mey of Blundeston grants to Joan, who was the wife of
Thomas Beny . . e of Blundeston, all the lands and tenements which
the said Roger, with Adam, son of the said Thomas now deceased,
lately had by the gift and feoffment of the said Thomas, as is contained



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 427

SUFFOLK,
in a certain charter made on the morrow of the Nativity of St. John
the Baptist, i Hen. VI.

Dated at Blundeston the Friday after the feast of St. Laurence,
7 Hen. VI. Ch. 803.

Illegible grant from Thomas Ben ... to Robert Boys of Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston the Saturday next after the feast of St.

Nicholas, bp., 9 Hen. VI. Ch. 804.

Indenture, reciting an intended man-iage between Robert Boys, son of
Robert Boys of Blundeston, and Joan Clerk, daughter of John Clerk,
and a concession by Robert Boys, sen., to certain feoffees of half a
messuage and six pieces of land in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 11 Hen. VI. Ch. 805.

John Cok, clerk, and William Estmore remit and quit-claim to
Thomas Bolle all their right in lands, rents, and services in the
villages of Blundeston and Somerleyton.

Dated at Blundeston, 5 October, 12 Hen. VI. Ch. 806.

Margaret, late the wife of Robert Palgrave of Gunton, quit-claims
to John Cok and John Yve, clerks, all her right to and in the advowson
of the church of Blundeston granted to them by Thomas Bolle and
Richard Rycher, clerks.

Dated at Wykkelwode, 12 March, 16 Hen. VI. Ch. 807.

Indenture witnesseth that Nicholas Gunvile of Gorleston, esq.,
grants to John Stiwardeslond of Hemesby his manor of Blunston in
Blunston, Suffolk.

Dated at Blunston on the feast of St. Michael, 13 Hen. VI.
{With seal'] Ch. 809.

Richard Gleynesford of Sutton and Margaret his wife lease to
Robert .... of Blundeston all those lands &c., which sometime were
William Symson's, in Blundeston, for 4 years.

Dated Michaelmas, 20 Hen. VI. Ch. 809*.

John Gosmere and Margaret his wife grant to Robert Waryn of
Somerleton a certain piece of marsh in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 20 20 Hen. VI. Ch. 810.

Henry Zernemuth, gent., of Blundeston, and John Chapeleyn of the
same place, grant to Robert Bayll of Elyngham, William Wynston,
and John Crowe, one acre of land in Blunston.

Dated at Blunston, 32 Hen. VI. (7A. 8n.

Thomas Walpooll of Bungey remits and quit- claims all his right (fee.
to John Jernyngham of Somerleton, gent., in five acres of land in
Blundeston.

Dated at Somerleton on the feast of St. Luke the evangelist,
17 Ed. IV. CA. 812.

Thomas Pye of Blundeston, son and heir of John Pye, grants to
Thomas Dunnyng of the same place a curtilage and a piece of land
lying in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 16 January, 11 Ed. IV. Ch. 813.



428 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
John Pye of Blundeston, Christiana his wife, and others demise to
"William "Wynier of Corton and Robert Stares of Blundeston all their
lands, rents, &c. in the village of Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 19 Ed. IV. Ck 814.

Richard Caly and Margaret his wife grant to John Nodge of

Somerleyton and others, lands, rents, &c. in the village of Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, ... 2 Hen. VII. Ch, 815.

Indenture dated 18 May, 6 Hen. VII, by which (in considera-
tion of a marriage between John Durhaunte, gent., and Elyne, sister
of John Bryghtyeve) Dame Anne Wingefeld, widow, late wife of sir
Robert Wingefeld, kt., covenants to make to John Durhaunte a good
estate in the manor of Blundeston, and John Bryghtyeve covenants
to pay to the said John and Elyne 24 marcs. Ch. 816.

Indenture dated 6 Nov., 13 Hen. VII, by which Alice Wrentham,
widow, grants to her son William Wrentham the tenement lately her
husband's lying in Blundeston, paying to the said Alice 5s. Ch. 817.

Robert Boys of Blundeston and John Nodge of Somerleyton enfeoff
Robert Boys and others with two pieces of land in the west field of
Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 24 September, 15 Hen. VII. Ch, 818.

Thomas Boys and others grant to Roger Wynston and Robert
Starys one messuage in Biundeston and eight pieces of land in Somer-
leyton. Dated at Blundeston, 10 October, 15 Hen. VII. Ch. 819.

John Pygot of Lowestoft, John Andrew of the same, Robert Jeton
and Robert Hoddye grant to Milo Karych, rector of Blundeston,
Roger Wynston and Robert Stares, one messuage, 3 pieces of land, and
2d. annual rent in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 20 March, 16 Henry VII. Ch. 820.

Thomas Boys of Blunston p^rants to Robert Starys, Edward Wynston,
William Brentem, William Wynston, Henry Wynston, Henry Starys
and William Necoll, one piece of land of 4 acres lying in Blunston.
Dated at Blunston, 14 July, 23 Hen. VII. Ch. 821.

Thomas Coppyn, clerk, and John Boys demise to Edward Jernegan,
esq., William Jakson, clerk, William Copyldyk, clerk, Thomas Kipyng,
Edmund Candeler and Edmund Wynstone, all those messuages,
lands, and tenements, rents and services, &c. in Blundeston, which
they with others had by the gift and concession of Richard Caly, as
by his charter dated 2 April, i Hen. VII, more plainly appears.

Dated at Blundeston, 20 March, 24 Hen. VII. Ch. 822.

William Arnold, next heir to Milo Kerych of Blondeston, clerk,
demises to Edmund Wynston, Sibil his wife, Thomas Aleyn, clerk,
William Nogge and William Wrenham, one garden &c. situated in
Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 8 December, 10 Hen. VIII. Ch. 823.

Robert Starys of Blundeston demises to Edmund Wynston, Sibil



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SUFFOLK.

his wife, and others of Bluudeston, two pieces of land and 2d. annual
rent in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 8 December, 10 Hen. VIII. Ch, 824.

Thomas Maundell grants to William Wrentham, both of Blunston,
certain land in the fields of Blunston.

Dated at Blunston, 20 June, 15 Hen. VIII. Ch. 825.

Joan Nycoll, and Margaret and Joan, daughters of William Nycoll,

deceased, confirm to John Lane alias Baley certain lands in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 9 February, 16 Hen. VIII. Ch. 826.

Final concord made at Westminster, 20 Hen. VIII, in consideration
of a sum of £40, John Scrope and Felicia his wife acknowledge the
right of Robert Coke and William Roberts to the manor of Gunville
Hall, 9 messuages, 302 acres of land, 16 acres of meadow, &c., in
Blundeston. Ch. 827.

Fine dated 20 Hen. VIII. \A duplicate 0/827.] Ch. 828.

William Wrentham of Blundeston grants to Umfrey Yernmuthe,
Ben., and Umfrey his son, jun., two pieces of land in the west field of
Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 2 February, 27 Hen. VIII. Ch. 830.

• Indenture dated 18 July, 28 Hen. VIII, by which John Jernegan
of Somerleyton, kt., for .£50 sterling, buys of John Jettour of Leystoft
certain lands &c. in the parish of Blundeston. Ch. 831.

Sir John Jernegan, kt., and George Jernegan, esq., his son, remit
and quit-claim to John Jettor their manor called Gunvyles in the
parishes of Blundeston, Flixton, Oiilton, Guiiton, and Gorton.

Dated at Blundeston, 12 March, 29 Hen. VIII. [On paper.]

Ch. 832.

An arbitration and award in a dispute between Humphrey Vermouth,
gent., and certain of the parishioners of Blundeston, as to the right to
a certain marsh, water, and way.

Dated 26 June, 30 Hen. VIII. Ch. 833.



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