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1328. Ch. 70.

Convention dated the Saturday in the feast of St. Hilary, 9 Ed.
Ill, by which the prior and convent of Wallingford demise to John
Bate, junior, of Milton, one- toft lying in the parish of Holy Trinity,
Wallingford, for twenty years, paying annually for the same 2 s.
[Mutilated.] Ch. 79.

John, son of Thomas Berewyk of Wallingford, junior, grants to
John de Berewyk, his elder brother, two of the granges, one well and
a curtilage in the parish of Holy Trinity, Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford the Friday in the vigil of St. Mary Magda-
lene, 9 Ed. III. Ch. 80.

John de Touke grants to William Heron, the prior, and convent of
Wallingford, all his lands in Wallingford which he had by the gift of
John, earl of Cornwall.

Dated at Clopcote, 6 March, 10 Ed. Ill, Ch. 81.

Convention by which the prior and convent of Wallingford demise
to Richard le Irmonger and Juliana his wife for seven years, at an
annual rent of 4s. 6d., their tenement with the houses thereon in
the parish of St. Martin, Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford, St. Thomas' day, 10 Ed. III. Witness —
Richard Moryn, then mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 83.

William Badecock of Wallingford grants to John Cary of Wallingford
and Joan his wife his tenement situated in the parish of St. Mary the
Greater.

Dated at Wallingford the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Hilary the bishop, 14 Ed. HI. Ch. 85.



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BERKS.
Roger Gerard of Wallingford grants to ... . Tylewyne a tene-
ment in Wallingford. John Mariot, then mayor of Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford after the feast of the Circumcision.

1 6 Ed. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 87.

William Heron, prior of Wallingford, grants to William Basing,
tailor, a tenement with a curtilage within the borough of Wallingford,
for four years, at an annual rent of 2s. 6d.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday next after the feast of the

Conception of the B. V. M., 20 Ed. III. OA. 91.

Walter Pynfold of Abingdon grants to Thomas Leper and Agnes

his wife of Morton, a messuage in the parish of St. Mary the Greater,

Wallingford ... Ed. III. [Mutilated.] Ch. 94.

A certificate of John de Wyly, rector of Semelegh, Salisbury diocese,

and commissary of the bishop of Salisbury, that he has audited the

account of Richard Knight, sacrist of the priory of Wallingford, who

served the church of the Holy Trinity, Wallingford, during a vacancy

from Michaelmas 1349 to the date of this charter, and a sum of

25 s. 6fc?. is due, which is allowed to him for his services.

Dated at Wallingford in the vigil of All Saints, 1355. Ch. 95.
John .... of Wallingford grants to Walter atte Hegge a tofte of
land in the parish of Holy Trinity, Wallingford, lying near a lane
called Curteys lane. [Mutilated/]

Dated at Wallingford. the ^Monday next after the feast of

40 Ed. in. Ch. 104.

Charter [mutilated] of Edward, Prince of Wales, . granting to the

prior and convent of Wallingford four pounds of land and rents of the

fee &c.

Dated 41st year of the king his father [Ed. III.] Ch. 106.

Edward, Prince of Wales, &c., grants to the prior and convent of
Wallingford his licence to acquire 40 solidatas of land within his fee.
Dated at Plympton, 20 May .... Ed. III. Ch. 108.
William Reynaldyn of Wallingford, after reciting that Gregory, for-
merly the prior, and convent of Wallingford, had granted to Richard
Mariot two selds near his tenement in the parish of St. Mary the
Greater, and one other place near the said tenement, paying annually
for the 2 selds 6s. 6d. and to the sacrist of the priory for the other
place I Sd. as is contained in a certain writing, the rents being in arrear,
and discord happening between the prior and convent and the heirs
of Richard, the said William covenants that if the rents be wholly or
in part unpaid, the prior and convent may distrain on his tenement
which was formerly John Mariot's for such arrears.

Dated at Wallingford the Thursday next after the feast of the
translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 44 Ed. III. Ch. no.
Alice, daughter and heir of William Skyppe of Wallingford, grants
to Roger de Molberre a messuage in AVallingford.

Dated at Wallingford in the feast of St the pope, 44 Ed.

in. Ch. 111.

Alice Foliot of Wallingford grants to Reginald Wylder, chaplain, and
Richard Redeford, the whole of her tenement in Wallingford.

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BERKS.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday next after the feast of the
Assumption B. V. M., 49 Ed. IH. Witness — Thomas Bene-
cheff, then mayor. Ch. 116.

Roger Cole of Wallingford grants to Henry Redyng of Wallingford
and Richard Coket of Abyndon the whole of his tenement with a
curtilage in the parish of St. Martin s, Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday next before the feast of St.

Laurence, i Rich. II. Witness — Thomas Benshef, mayor of

Wallingford. Ch. 118.

Alice Foliot of Wallingford confirms to sir John Kentwode, kt., John

Arblaster and Henry Maundevile, the whole of her tenement in

Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford the Thursday before the feast of St.

Laurence .... Rich. II. Witness — Thomas Bencheff, then

mayor. Ch. 119.

.... of Wallingford grants to sir John .... and Henry Mande-

vyle of Middelstoke, land in Wallingford. \ Fragment J\

Dated at Wallingford, i Rich. II. Ch. 120.

John Manyng, clerk, grants to Henry Deme of Walyngford and

Ellen his wife, all lands, rents, tenements, &c., in which he and sir

John Hogecote, clerk, were enfeoffed in the villages and fields of

Wallingford and Clopcote.

Dated at Wallingford, 4 2 Rich. II. Witness — Richard

ate Felde, then mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 121.

•John Estburi grants to William Wodeward and Emma his wife of
Wallingford, for their lives, a certain tenement opposite the gate of the
church of the priory, paying annually 13 s. ^d.

Dated at Wallingford in the feast of St. Bartholomew, 12 Rich. II.

Ch. 126.
Indenture witnessing that the two tenements, formerly John Brouns'
of Slottesford in the parish of St. Mary the Greater, Wallingford,
belonging to Juliana Cary, are charged with an annual rent of 35. due
to the prior and convent of Wallingford, as appears by their evidences,
which rent is reduced to xijc?. for a term of 29 years, at the end of
which term it will again be 3s. as before.

Dated at Wallingford the Monday next after the feast of St.
Faith, 17 Rich. II. Ch. 128.

Letters patent, being an Inspeximus charter of King Henry IV,
dated 27 March, 4th year of his reign, to the effect that the roll of
taxations of Sarum diocese, made 20 Ed. I, has been inspected and
an exemplification granted to John Stoke, prior of Wallingford, under
the seal of the Exchequer, of the amounts paid by the said priory.

Ch. 129.

Richard Horlok of Wallingford grants to Robert Haward and

Magote his wife one tenement in the parish of St. Mary the Greater,

Wallingford, with the half of one grange and one garden adjacent,

paying annually 205.

Dated at Wallingford, 10 March, 11 Hen. IV. Witness — John
Derby, mayor of Wallingford. Ch. 1 30.



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feERKS.
Robert Ha ward of AValllngford and Magote his wife grant to master
Geoffrey Prentys and others the whole of a messuage in "Wallingford in
the parish of All Saints.

Dated at Wallingford, 19 July, 12 Hen. IV. Witness — John
Derby, then mayor of Wallingford. Gh. 131.

Robert Haward grants to Thomas Swalewyk and others a tenement

situated in the parish of Wallingford. [Mutilated.^

Dated at AYallingford the Thursday .... feast of St. Hilary
Hen. IV. Ch. 132.

Robert Dunham and Joan his wife quit-claim to John Pape, junior,
of Wallingford, all their right in a messuage situated in the parish of
St. Mary the Greater, Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford in the feast of the Trinity, 3 Hen. Y.
Witness — Richard Horloke, then mayor of Wallingford.

Ch. 133.

Richard ate Brugge of Wallingford grants to John Seward, senior, of
Chilton and others a toft of land in the parish of the Holy Trinity,
Wallingford Henry V. \Fragment^ Ch. 134.

Indenture reciting the agreement between Gregory, formerly the
prior of Wallingford, and Richard Maryot of Wallingford, concerning
two selds and a vacant place demised to the said John at 6s. Sd. annual
rent, which selds and place are now demised to John Mey and Alice
his wife for 18 years, at an annual rent of 4s.

Dated at Wallingford, 1422, i Hen. YI. Ch. 135.

Sir John Kyng, chaplain, and John Herdyngton grant to John
Tylton and others a messuage and garden in the parish of All Saints,
Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford the Friday in the feast of St. Hilary the
bishop, 9 Hen. VI. Witness — John Warfeld, then mayor of
Wallingford. Ch. 136.

John Tyltun, John Walys, John Lychfeld, chaplain, John Masun
and Thomas Parvecote grant to John Warfeld, senior, the whole of a
messuage with a garden in the parish of All Saints, Wallingford ; also
a croft in the same parish.

Dated 13 Feb., 15 Hen. YI. Witness — John Warfeld aforesaid,
then mayor. Ch. 137.

Robert .... of Wallingford, chandler, quit-claims to the prior
and convent of Wallingford all right in a tenement in the parish of St.
Mary the Greater, Wallingford, which he held of the said priory.

Dated in the feast of St. Swithin, 25 Hen. VI. Ch. 138.

A receipt given by Richard Rudhale, sub-collector of the pope, to the
prior of Wallingford for 75. due for procurations.

Dated 2 May, 1457, 35 Hen. YI. Ch. 139.

Indenture dated in the feast of St. George .... Hen. YI, by
which the prior and convent of Wallingford grant to Lawrence
Haweman, mayor, and the commonalty of Wallingford, certain lands
and rents. [Mutilated.] Ch. 140.



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BERKS.
Indenture dated 30 March, 18 Ed. lY, by which Thomas Eichard,
late of London, and others, bind themselves to pay certain sums of
money, amounting in the whole to X166 185. 4c?., for the prior and
convent of Wallingford, who grant them with certain exceptions their
priory. [Mutilated.] Ch, 145.

Thomas Leper and Agnes his wife, of Wallingford, quit-claim to

William Frethome, John Frethorne and William Elys all their

right in a messuage in the parish of St. Mary the Greater, Wallingford.

Dated at Wallingford the Sunday next after the feast of the

apostles St. Philip and St. James, 19 Ed. IV. [Broken seal]

Ch. 146.

Indenture by which William Hardewyke, S. T. B., the prior, and
convent of Wallingford, lease to John Trevell, for a term of 20 years,

at an annual rent of six marks, their tithes of

Dated 2 Rich. III. [Partly illegible.'] Oh. 147.

Charter (indented) dated 28 Dec, 2 Eich. Ill, by which the prior
and convent of Wallingford grant to Thomas Godard the whole of their
fishery at .... for 99 years, at an annual rent of 40s. [Mutilated.]

Ch. 148.

John Thornton, S. T. P., the prior, and convent of Wallingford, grant

to Eobert Tendale, burgess of Wallingford, one piece of land lying within

a close called ' bodecrofFte,' for sixty years, at an annual rent of 6s. 8d.

Dated 12 June, 14 Hen. VII. Ch. 150.

John Thornton, S. T. P., the prior, and convent of Wallingford, demise
to William Adene, sen., and Thomas Adene, his brother, of Wallingford,
one close, called the Colnhouse close, for 60 years, at an annual rent of
40s. Dated 12 Aug., 14 Hen. VII. Ch. 151.

Indenture dated 6 Oct., 17 Hen. VII, by which John Thornton,
the prior, and convent of Wallingford, engage to deliver to William
Adene the elder, of Wallingford, on the 1st of May, 1503, at the latest,
100 quarters of malt for a certain sum of money received. Ch. 152.

Bond by which John Thornton, the prior, and convent of Wallingford,
under a penalty of £20, agree to pay to John, the abbot of Eeading, £15
by three yearly instalments.

Dated at their chapter-house, 13 May, 18 Hen. VII. Ch. 153.

A receipt given by Henry, the abbot of Eewley, to the prior of
Wallingford for 515. 4\d. for the first half of a subsidy granted to the
king by convocation. Dated 21 Oct., 20 Hen. VII. Ch. 154.

Indenture made 12 April, 21 Hen. VII, by which Henry

prior, and convent of Wallingford, demise to John Hygg a tenement
with a garden adjacent for 40 years. Ch. 155.

Eeceipt given by the prior and convent of Ledes to the prior of
Wallingford for 2s., being the first half of a subsidy granted to the king
by the clergy of Canterbury, from the church of Newyntone.

Dated 2 May, 15 12. CA. 156.

An acknowledgment of Henry, abbot of Eewley, and the convent ,
there, collectors of the first half of the subsidy in the archdeaconry of



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BERKS.
Oxford in the last convocation of the clergy, granted to the king, to
have received of the prior of Wallingford, for their spiritualities
and temporalities, 1025. 9c/. Dated 10 May, 4 Hen. VIII. Ch. 157.
An acknowledgment given by the prior of the Blessed Mary and
St. Nicholas of Ledes, Canterbury diocese, collectors of the second half
of a subsidy granted by the clergy to the king 6 Feb. 151 1, to the
prior of Wallingford for 2s. in Newinton.

Dated 12 Dec, 151 2. Ch. 158.

John Clare, the prior, and convent of AVallingford demise to John
Hanson the whole of their land, and an island in the suburb of
"Wallingford, for 3 1 years, at an annual rent of 6s. 8c?.

Dated 18 Nov., 7 Hen. YIII. Ch. 159.

A paper containing a covenant for reparations of all the buildings

granted, &c. Signed — Griffith Payne, and indorsed for roomes in

Wallingford. [Pa^er.] Ch. 160,



BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.

ADDINGTON, BOTTLE CLEYDON, and BAMPTON,
Oxon. Fine made at W-^estminster on the morrow of the Purification
B.V.M., 7 Hen. VII, between Thomas Kebeell, sergeant at law, Robert
Mome, clerk, Thomas Entwesill, William Strode, John Lolle, and
Thomas Jakes, querents, and sir Edward Hastynges of Hastynges,
kt., and Mary his wife, deforciants of the manor of Adyngton, 15
messuages, 500 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 300 acres of
pasture, 4 acres of brushwood, 20 acres of marsh, 1005. rent, and the
rents of ilb. pepper and lib. cummin with appurtenances in Adyngton,
and Botelcleydon, co. Bucks. ; and of the manor of Bampton, with
appurtenances, and of 4 messuages, 400 acres of land, 100 acres of
meadow, 60 acres of pasture, 3 acres of wood, 5 acres of brushwood,
20 acres of marsh, and 1005. rent in Bampton, co. Oxon, which said
manors, etc. are acknowledged to be the right of the said Thomas
Kebeel and others, they payiug to the said Edward and Mary 600
marks of silver. Buckinghamshire Charters, 61.

AG-ECOTE. Sir Walter de Hyda grants to sir Roger de Mulent,
bp. Cov. and Lich., the whole of his land which he has in a tenement
of Agecote, with messuages, rents, and services, to hold the same for
ever of John de Englefeld and his heirs, paying annually to the said
John and his heirs one clove; for which concession the said Roger
gave 20 marks sterling, (c. 1272-3.) Ch. 66,

BITTLESDEN, Abbey of. Memorandum that Wednesday after
the feast of St. Ambrose the bishop, a citation was issued by H., Prior
of Lenton, and conservator of the privileges and indulgences of the
Cistercian order in the province of Canterbury, to the sub-prior of
Esseby and the rector of Codesford, to admonish Ralph, vicar of
Tornebr' (Thornborough), in the deanery of Bucks., and the prior and
convent of Luffeld to abstain from all molestation towards the abbot
and convent of Bittlesden, failing obedience to which monition to cite



24 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

BUCKS,
them to appear in the church of St. Mary the virgin, Nottingham, on
Monday next after the Ascension of our Lord. [ With seal.^

Dated at Lenton, 1251. Ch. 91.

BRADWELL, Priory of. Charter setting forth the grant of the
priory of Bradwell to William Holgyll, clerk, Thomas Stanley, esq.,
John Gostwyke and Thomas Cromwell by sir John Longueville, kt.
(by heirship, founder of the same), to the use of Thomas "Wolsey,
archbishop of York, with a recital of their concession to the said arch-
bishop. [JIuch mutilated.'] Dated .... 16 Hen. YIII. Ch. 63.

CLIFTON, EMBERTON, and PETTESHO. John Bai-tel-
men of Emberton grants to sir Henry le Chaumberleyn, rector of the
church of Cumberworth, the whole of his capital messuage in Emberton,
i6Jc?. and ^ of annual rent and certain parcels of land in Clifton,
Emberton, and Pettesho, together with the reversion of 3 roods of land
upon Kersewelle furlang after the decease of Roger Gerebray, paying
to the chief lord the accustomed service, and to the fraternity of St.
John of Jerusalem annually id.

Dated at Pettesho the Sunday next before the feast of St. Bar-
tholomew the apostle, 10 Ed. II. Ch. 67.

HADDENHAM. Proceedings in the bishop of Lincoln's court
against Henry de Swanebourn, vicar of Hadenham, for non-residence
and dilajndations of his house and chancel of the church, and for de-
mising the fruits and oblations of his vicarage to Alan Arches a laick to
farm, with examination of witnesses concerning the same. [An. 1 3 1 6.]

Ch. 68. 68*.

HANSLAPE. Simon le Veel of Hamslape grants to Joan Roger
of the same place a messuage in Hamslape.

Dated at Hamslape the Monday next before the feast of St.
Augustine, 36 Ed. III. Ch. 69.

Joane Rogger of Hampslape grants to Simon le Yeel of the same
place, and Joane his wife, the whole of that tenement and land which
she has in the village of Hampslap of the gift of Simon, formerly
father of the said Simon, paying annually 2d. to the chaplain of the
parish church of Hamslape for 2 masses.

Dated at Hampslap the Tuesday in the feast of the Assumption
B.V.M., 37 Ed. III. Ch. 70.

Richard Veel of Hamslap grants to Simon Veel of the same place, his
brother, and Joane his wife, one curtilage and garden situate in Longe-
stret in the same village. [Mutilated.]

Dated 6 Rich. IL Ch. 71.

HOGSTON. William de Bermingham grants to Richard de
Egebaston, son of sir Richard de Egebaston, kt., one messuage in the
village of Hoggeston which William Dragun formerly held, and 6
iacr^s of land in the fields of the same village, paying annually for the
same 35. of silver.

Dated at Dorton the Monday next after the feast of the Annun-
ciation B.V.M., 3 Ed. III. Ch. 72.



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BUCKS.
IVINGHOE, Priory of. Letter of Thomas k Becket, archbishop
of Canterbury, confirming to the religious of the wood of Ivinghou all
their possessions which they had by the gift of William, bishop of
Winchester, and confirmed by Henry his successor, as well as the gifts
of Milo Neiremut and William de Pichenestorre and all their other
possessions, (c. ii 66.) \^Frinted in the Monasticon, iv. p. 269.]

Ch. 73.

LOTJGHTON (Great). William, son of John de Loughton,
rector of the church of Great Loughton, grants to Ivo de Loughton his
brother, and Cecilia, daughter of Robert de Stoke Hammond, the
principal messuage, land, rents, etc., which he had by the gift and
concession of the said Ivo in the village and territory of Great
Loughton.

Dated at Loughton the Tuesday next after the Purification of the
B.y.M., 22 Ed. I. Ch. 74.

MISSENDEN (Great). Sentence in the ecclesiastical court for
the validity of the will of Edmund Hampden, esq., late of Great Mis-
senden, and for the revocation of letters of administration previously
granted. Ch. 75.

NETHESCHEVIL. Agnes, relict of William le Frankeleyn of
Netheschevil, quit-claims to Adam the clerk, son of William Tork of
Muresley, all her right in 2 roods of land lying in the fields of Nethes-
chevil, in a certain culture called Mereforlong.

Dated at Netheschevil the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Lawrence, 21 Ed. I, Ch. 76.

NEWPORT PAGNELL. Robert le Somme demises to Simon

de in Newport Pagnel, Matilda his wife, and a

messuage with a curtilage adjacent in Newport Pagnel. \Mutilated.']
Dated there the Monday in the feast of St. Barnabas, 2 1 Ed. III.

Ch. 75*.

QUAINTON. Jordan, brother of the house of St. John of Ayles-
bury, and the brethren and sisters of the same place, acknowledge to
have received half a virgate of land with a meadow in the fields of
Quenton of William, son of Robert Lambert of Aylesbury, paying
annually to the said William and his heirs 7s., with a clause for pay-
ment of a relief on the death of the principal brother of the house for
the same land. (c. 1240.) Ch. 62.

SAUNDERTON. Alice, relict of Richard le Chapman of Santer-
don, widow, grants to John her son her whole dowry in 2 crofts
which were formerly Reginald le Syvekere's inSanterdon. (c. 1280.)

Ch. 77.

SIPPENHAM (Manor of). Indenture made 11 Nov., 21 Eliza-
beth, 1579, between Henry, earl of Huntingdon, etc., of the one part,
and Wolstane Dixe, citizen and alderman of London, of the other part,
that in consideration of a sum of £1500 the said earl demises to the
said Wolstane the manor of Sippenham als. Sipnam for 200 years with
power of redemption. Ch. 78.



26 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

BUCKS.

STEWKLEY (Little). List of free tenants and natives of Little
Stewkley. Temp. Ed. I.

Court of Ralph de Styvecle held there the Monday next before
the feast of St. Hillary, ii Ed. III. Ch, 80.

The will of Alice Depes, widow, of Little Stukeley.

Dated 1454. % Proved 3rd September, 1454. Ch. 81.

STOKE GOLDING-TON. Fragment of a charter relating to the
grant of lands, etc., in Stoke Goldington.

Dated at Stoke Goldington the Moftday in the feast of the An-
nunciation B.V.M. . . . Ed. IIL . Ch. 79.

TWYFORD. Public instrument under the hands of John Lec-
hamsted, clerk, notary public, dated Feb. 13, 1396, concerning an
exchange between John de Buckyngham, rector of Carleton near
Buckingham, Line. dioc. {sic), and master Richard Cloop, rector of
Twyford near Buckingham. Ch. 65.

VACHE. Release given by Anthony Restwold de le Yache, co.
Bucks., to Michael Hawtry, gent., of all kinds of actions, suits, etc.,
from the beginning of the world to the date of the present writing.

Dated 2 1 May, 2 and 3 Philip and Mary. Ch.6^.

WADDESDON. Declaration of Robert Rennet, clerk, as to the
holding the first portion of the rectory of Waddesdon.

Dated 22 Deer., 1660. Ch. 83.
Presentation of Robert Rennet to the second portion of the rectory of
Waddesdon by Philip, lord "Wharton, the patron.

Dated 22 Feb., 1660. Ch. 84.

WHADDON Manor als. GifiFards. Deed reciting that Philip,
lord Wharton, and Jane his wife claim to them and their heirs the
moiety of the manor of Whaddon als. GifFardsand of Eaton als. Water-
eaton, together with the moieties of other lands in the county of
Bucks., and praying that the same may be inrolled on record. As
witness their hands 28 Nov. 1651.

Inrolled in the Common Pleas, Michaelmas term. Ch. 82.

WINCHENDON (Over). Presentation of Mr. Richard Bryan to
the vicarage of Over Winchendon, Bucks., by Philip, lord Wharton,
etc., and lady Jane Wharton his wife.

Dated 27th Sept., 1654. Ch. 88.

WINSLOW. Memorandum from the Winslow court roll, 19
Hen. VI. William Thomelyn of Sliepton surrenders certain land to the
use of William Smyth and his heirs. Ch. 85.

Memorandum from the Winslow court roll, 19 Ed. IV. Thomas
Power surrendered into the hands of the lord a toft with 2 acres of
land to the use of Walter Palmer and Elizabeth his wife. Ch. 86.

Release from Richard Graunte of London, Salter, to Walter Palmer
of Winslow, CO. Bucks., chapman, of all kinds of actions from the
beginning of the world to this present date.

Dated at London, 16 Oct., 8 Hen. VII. Ch. 87.

"WOBURN. Indenture made 3 May, 37 Hen. VIII, between



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 27

BUCKS.
Margaret Thomson of Hurste, co. Berks., widow, and Thomas Hyde of
Hurste of the one part, and Edmund Rydyng of Chalfont St. Giles of
the other part, being a lease of a field called ' Gaysefyld/ in the parish
of Wooburn, for 21 years, at a yearly rent of 85. Ch. 89.

Joan Gaunt and Alice her sister, daughters of Thomas Gaunt of
"Wouborne, quit- claim to John Edmound of Beknesfeld all their right
in a croft called ' Beast Norchardyn,' in the parish of "Wouborne, to-
gether with a common lane leading from Beknesfeld to Maydenheth.
Dated at Beknesfeld, 13 Ed. IV. Gh. 90.



HADDENHAM, The account of Stephen, servant of the manor
of Hadenham, from the Thursday next after the feast of St. Dunstan,
27 Ed. I, to the Sunday on the morrow of St. Peter ad Vine, follow-
ing. Buckinghamshire EoUs, 1.

PITSTON. View of frankpledge for the manor of Pytleyston,
9 Rich. II. Bolls, 2.

ABBEY OF NOTTLEY.

CAVERSHAM, Oxon. Indenture made 23 Dec, 27 Hen. VIII,
between Richard Ridge, the abbot, and convent of Notteley on the one
part, and William Rolte, sergeant at arms, of the other, being a lease of
the church and parsonage of Caversham, co. Oxon, for 66 years, at an



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