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John Jettour of Leystoft grants to Humphrey Yermouth, gent.,
seven pieces of land in Blundeston.

Dated at Blundeston, 5 .... 36 Hen. VIII. Ch. 834.

Indenture dated 4 December, i Ed. VI, by which John Jetter of
Leystoft bargains and sells to John Jarnegan of Somerleyton, kt., two
closes in the fields of Blundeston. Ch. 835.

John Deeham of Blunston sells to Humi)hrey Yarmouth one piece
of land in Blunston. Dated 10 June, 4 Ed. VI. Ch. 836.

William Sydnor of Blundeston grants to Alice Woulcye of Lowestoft
for her life an annuity of 26s. 8d., issuing from his lands &c. in
Blundeston, Dated 7 June, . . Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 837.



430 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

Humphrey Yermouth of Scaterley grants to William Sydnor and
his assigns the whole of the manor of Blunston.

Dated 30 September, 12 Q. Elizabeth. ^'' Ch. 838.

William Sydnor grants to Walter Jernegan and John Jenney his
manor of Blundeston. Dated 19 April, 13 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 839.

Humphrey Yarmouth of Hensted, co. Suffolk, remits and quit-
claims to William Sydnor of Blundeston all right of action.

Dated 2 August, 16 Elizabeth. \}Vith seal.'] Ch. 373.

Richard Mighell, sen., lord of the manor of Flixton, in consideration
of the payment of £26 13s. ^d., grants to John Wood two pieces of
land containing 6\ acres called Flixton hall laud in Blundeston.

Dated 21 Elizabeth. Ch. 841.

Richard Mighell, in consideration of the receipt of £6, remits and
quit-claims to William Sydnor, his heirs and executors, all right to
rents and customs of the manor of Flixton.

Dated 11 November, . . Elizabeth. Ch. 842.

BOXPORD and GROT ON. Robert Swayn of Stoke sells to
Richard AValton certain lands <fec. in the parishes of Boxford and
Groton. Dated 10 December, 18 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 259.

Richard Walton of Boxford, clothier, grants and confirms to Henry
Vintenor of Groton, clothier, a capital messuage, houses, lands, orchards,
crofts, &c. situated in the parishes of Boxford and Groton.

Dated 6 September, 31 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 260.

BOXSTEAD. Cecilia, daughter and heir of sir William Giifard,
kt., jun., came here in court the Wednesday next after the octave of
the Holy Trinity, and inrolled a charter by which she quit-claimed to
Stephen Bacoun and Beatrice his wife all her right in the manor with
the advowson of the church of Boxstede.

Dated at Boxstede the Monday next after the feast of St. Barnabas,
36 Ed. in. Ch. 261.

BOYTON. Thomas, son of Osbert de Hopetun, grants to Roger,
Bon of Osbert, and his heirs, all right in the whole of a tenement
which Osbert his father possessed of the fee of the ancestors of the said
Roger, in Boytou. (c. 1220.) Ch. 1252.

BRADMERE. Convention between Samson, the abbot, and
Geoffrey the clerk, of Mildenhale, by which a messuage and certain
lands lying in Bradmere are granted to the said Geoffrey, (c. 1 200.)

Ch. 26.

BRADWELL. Alianora and Margaret, daughters of Seman
Rikkes of Hakelound, grant to Alicia, daughter of Seman Cabellowe
of Hakelound, and William her Son, one piece of land in the parish of
Bradwell. (c. 12 10.) Ch. 843.

Blegible deed, dated at Bradewell on the feast of St. Katherine,
virgin, 18 Ed. IIL Ch. 844.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 431

SUFFOLK.
William Burgate, Gilbert de Debenham, and others remit to John
Gernegan of Somerleyton all their right in certain land, and the
advowson of the church of Bradwell.

Dated at Somerleton, 6 Sept., i Hen. IV. [With seals.] Ch. 845.

Mutilated charter, dated 6 March, 19 Hen. VI. Ch. 846.

John Hevenyngham, Edmund "Wrighth, and others appoint John
Deney and another their attorneys to deliver seisin of lands and
tenements, with the advowson of the church of Bradewell.

Dated at Bradwell the Saturday after the feast of the Invention
of the Cross, 23 Hen. VL Ch. 847.

Edmund Bakoun, parson of the church of Gap ton, grants to John
de . . . . ston all his lands and tenements in Bradewell and elsewhere.
Dated Hen. VI. Ch. 848.

Katherine Boydon of Great Yarmouth confirms to Richard Smyth
of Redham a tenement and certain pieces of land in the village and
field of Gapton alias Bradwell.

Dated at Gapton, 21 Se^^t., 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 849.

Indenture made 6 May, 1 1 K. Henry VIII, by which sir William
Skevyn, prest, and executor of the will of John Stonham late of Gor-
leston, sells to Henry Smyth of Bradwell certain messuages, land, &c. in
Bradwell for a sum of £26 13s. 4d. Ch. 850.

Thomas and Henry Smyth grant to John Lavyle of Great Jernemuth,
Rose his wife, who was formerly wife of John Lampett, esq., now
deceased, John Harvy, Thomas Cotoyle, John Hakon of Whetacre-
burgh, William Adams of Gorlyston, William Shawe and John Barton
of Jernemuth, all those lands, pastures, and woods lying in Little
Yarmouth, Southtowne, and Bradwell, which they lately had by the
gift of the said John Lampett and Rose his then wife.

Dated at Bradwell, i July, 16 Hen. VIII. Ch. 851.

John Barker of Bradwell sells to John Bucke of Sowthtowne one
acre of arable land in Bradewell. Dated .... 29 Hen. VIII.

Ch. 852.

John Jernegan, esq., patron of the church of Bradwell, grants to
Walter Jernegan, his brother, the right of patronage of the said church
of Bradwell for the term of his life.

Dated 29 September, 18 Elizabeth. [With seal.] Ch. 853.

Henry Clyffbrd of Bradwell confirms to Henry Clyffbrd one piece
of land in Bradwell. Dated 12 Nov., 31 Elizabeth. Ch. 854.

Presentation of Thomas Heche, clerk, to the church of Bradwell,
by John Jernegan, esq., the patron, vacant by the death of James
Aspinall.

Dated 16 November, 38 Elizabeth. [With seal] Ch. 855.

Thomas Caundyssh of Trymley St. Martin appoints John Elles and
Jolm Mellyn his attorneys to deliver seisin to .... of certain lands
in Gapton, Bradwell, &c.

Dated 13 May, . . . Elizabeth. [With seal,] CA. 855*.



432 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

Robert Houghton of Itteringham, Norfolk, sells unto "William
Umfrye of Bradwell, carpenter, for £20, a cottage in Bradwell.

I)ated .... October, 1613. Ch. 856.

BRAMFORD. Walter de Reymes of Bromford grants to
Alexander de Reymes of Burstalle, for his homage and service and for
2 marks of silver, one piece of land in the village of Bromford.

(c. 1250-60) Ch. 519.

Christiana de Bramford and Robert her son grant to for

a term of years a piece of meadow land in the parish of Bramford.

(43 Ed. III.) Ch. 520.

BRAMPSTON. Indenture between Adam Reyner, master of
the hospital of St. James, Dunwich, of one part, and John Crakenell
of Brampston of the other, witnesseth that the master and brethren
of the hospital have demised to the said John two pieces of land lying
in Bramston for 30 years, at an aimual rent of 2s. lod.

Dated on the feast of St. Mary Magdalen, 15 Hen. VII. Ch. 198.

Indenture made on the feast of St. Michael, 2 1 Henry VII, by
which Adam Reyner, master of the hospital of St. James in Donwich,
grants to James Davy of Bramston a messuage &c. in Bramston for a
term of 76 years, paying yearly los. to the use of the said hospital.

Ch. 199.

Nicholas, the prior, and convent of St. Mary of Woodbridge
confirm to Robert Wyvyle, esq., an annual pension of £6 for his life,
issuing out of the manors of Bramston, Neuburne, and Helmole, co.
Suffolk ; and if Beatrice, wife of the said Robert, should survive him,
she to have a pension of 4 marks.

Dated at Woodbridge, 10 August, 31 Hen. VI. Ch. 246.

Nicholas, the prior, and convent of Woodbridge grant to Robert
Wyvyle, esq., a certain annual rent or pension of £6 sterling for the
term of his life, issuing out of their lands &c. in the villages of
Bramston, Neuburne, and Helmole.

Dated at Woodbridge, 10 August, 31 Hen. VI. Ch. 247.

BRANCESTER. Walter de Ribof grants and confirms to the

church of St. James of Dunwich, and to Hubert, minister there, and

others, for the health of the soul of H. de Cressi and himself, &c., 40

acres of land in Brancestre, together with other lands, rents, tithes, &c.

(c. 1200) \]Vith seal.^ ^ Ch. ig6,

BRANDISTON. John de <Hadeleye, prior of St. Mary, Wood-
brigge, and the convent there, grant to John del Wode of Brandiston
one piece of land in Brandiston.

Dated at Wodebrigge the Friday next after the feast of St. John
ante port. Lat., 24 Ed. III. Ch. 245.

Edmund Lyster, master of the hospital of St. James, apostle, of
Dunwich, and the brethren and sisters of the same place, grant to



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 433

SUFFOLK,
farm to William Burnham a piece of land in the village of Bi andyston,
paying annually for the same 35. 4d.

Indenture made at Dunwich Monday in Pentecost week, 3 Hen. IV.
[Fine seal, in drawer.^ Ch. 197.

William Bule of Brantestune grants to "William Dacon of Gretingham
all his right in two pieces of land in the village of Brantestune which
Richard his father formerly held. (c. 1220-30.) (7^.1253.

Henry, the prior, and convent of the church of St. Mary, Wode-
bregge, grant to Thomas de Bosco {' Wood ') of Brandeston and Alice
his wife an old pit surrounding the messuage of the aforesaid Thomas
and Alice.

Dated at Brandeston the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
Edmund, 35 Ed. I. OA. 1254.

Power of attorney 'to Robert Cook, vicar of Brandeston, from
William Wall, Thomas Chaumpneys, and John Wyide of Brandeston
to give seisin of two pieces of land in Brandeston to John Barnagge,
jun., and John Clewman, their heirs, &c.

Dated at Brandeston the Sunday next after the Epiphany,
2 Hen. VI. Ch. 1255.

John Chapman of Brandeston demises and confirms to John Wylde
chaplain, and others, a tenement in Brandeston with a close and field
adjoining.

Dated at Brandeston the Monday next before the feast of the
Nativity of B. V. M., 6 Hen. VI. Ch. 1 256.

BRESETH. Composition between the prior and convent of
Nobiliac in the diocese of Lymoges, and the prior and convent of St.
Leonard, Bresethe.

Dated in the chapter-house of Bresethe, 17 Kl. August, 13 10.

Ch. 188.

BROCKFORD. William Keuman of Brocford grants to Roger
de Bertone, clerk, the whole of the service that Thomas Gernun owed
to him and his heirs, namely, three-pence of the fee of Peter de
Hollegat. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 1257.

BRUSYARD. Bond entered into by Emma de Beauchamp, abbess,
and convent of Brusyard, to Henry, bp. of Norwich, and his successors,
to pay annually 13s. 4c?., by reason of the appropriation of the church
of Brusyard. Dated at Norwich, 15 June, 1390. Ch. iSg,

BUNGAY. Will of John Undyrwode of Bungay, dated 16 May,
1473. Ch. 1258.

John Younges, in consideration of the receipt of £50, sells to
Richard Burry of Bungay in Suff'olk, butcher, a tenement called
Gildings in Bungay, with a barn and curtilage adjacent.

Dated 9 April, 6 Charles I. Ch. 1259.

BURGH- CASTLE, &e. Final concord made at Westminster,
1 2 Hen. VIII, between Thomas and Henry Smyth, querents, and John

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434 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC,

SUFFOLK.
Lampett and Rose his wife, deforciants, concerning two tofts, 50 acres
of land, 3 acres of meadow, 6 acres of marsh, 3 acres of wood in
Burgh Castell, Lovengland, Little Yermouth, Bradewell, &c. Ch. 857.

BURY ST. EDMUND. Katherine, daughter of Norman of St,
Edmund, grants and confirms to Peter de Nereford the whole of her
messuage which was Norman's her brother, in the village of St,
Edmund, as a free burgage for two farthings annually paid to the
sacrist, viz. that messuage which lies near the house of Arnald the
priest towards the north ; for this donation the said Peter gave her 1 2
marks of silver 'inpleno sorthmannemeth* (c. 1210-20.) Gh. 7.

Walter, son of Robert Alebaldus de St. Edmund, grants to William,
son of Huchtredus de St. Edmund, for his fealty and service and 20s.
of silver, one acre of arable land in the fields of St. Edmund..
(c. 1 1 90- 1 2 00. ) [ With seali] Ch. 1 1 .

Geoffrey, son of William de Costentin, grants to John his brother

the whole of his portion of the land and tenements which their father

William held in the villages of St. Edmund and Richingehale. (c. 1 200.)

[With seal'] Gh. 12,

Concession and confirmation by king John to the abbot and monks
of St. Edmund, that no market or fair shall be held within the
liberties of St. Edmund to their injury.

Dated at Loches, 17 August, 3 John. Gh. 14.

Adam, son of William the armiger of St. Edmund, grants to
Ailwine Lenarius of St. Edmund, for his fealty and service and 25. of
silver, part of his toft without the village of St. Edmund lying at
Temene, at an annual rent of 3c?. (c. 1220-30.) Gh. 17.

Alwine Lanar', son of Gocelline de Hemmegrave, sells and quit-
claims to Stephen, son of Humphrey, for los., the whole of his toft in
the suburb of St. Edmund lying at Teynene, making the seiwice to
the chief lords of the fee, viz. to the cellarer of St. Edmund '^d,
(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 18,

Alan and the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter grant to the
brethren of the hospital of St. Nicholas one rood of land which Adam
de Hopetun gave to the said brethren, paying annually Jfi) of cummin,
(c. 1220-30.) Gh. 28.

Norman Troiettarius of St. Edmund grants to the brethren of the
hospital of St. Peter in the suburb of St. Edmund, in frank almoigne,
2d. of annual rent from an acre of arable land in the fields of St.
Edmund lying towards Teynenne. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 2g.

Adam, son of Hervey de Hopetun, grants to God, St. Mary and
St. Peter, and the infirm brethren of St. Edmund, viz. of the house
of St. Peter, that land which Andrew the janitor of St. Edmund was
accustomed to hold, except one rood which Adam gave to the brethren
of St. Nicholas in frankalmoigne ; also he gives to them J 5) of
cunStoin which the brethren of St. Nicholas were accustomed to pay
him. (c. 1210-20.) Gh. 30,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 435

SUFFOLK.

Convention made in the village of St. Edmund, in full portmaneniot,
before Adam de Phalesham then provost, and others, by which Isabella,
daughter of Walter Gochep, gave to the brethren of the hospital of
St. Peter one acre of arable land in the fields of St. Edmund, in
exchange for one acre of arable land with a meadow adjacent in the
fields of the same village, viz. that which master Abraham gave to the
said brethren of St. Peter in frankalmoigne. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 31.

Walter Tighethe, son of Robert de St. Edmund, grants to the
brethren of the hospital of St. Peter, in frankalmoigne, an annual rent
of 5|(i., viz. from an acre of land which Lemannus ^ferrator ' held of
him i\d., and from an acre which Richard Brun held 2d., and of
"William, son of Huttredus, 2d. (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 32.

Richard de la Care, the prior, and brethren of the hospital of
St. Nicholas without the east gate of St. Edmund, grant and quit-
claim to the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter all their right in a
fourth part of one acre of arable land called ' Holdefader acre ' lying at
Dristnapes, which they had by the gift of Thomas de Cawnter of St.
Edmund ; for this grant the said brethren of St. Peter gave 65. of
silver, (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 33.

Memorandum of the election of Richard de Lisle, abbot of Burton,
to the abbacy of Bury St. Edmund, vacant by the resignation of Hugh
de North wold on his election to Ely. [Abbot 122 9- 1234.]

[Printed by Hearne, in Chron. Dunstable, vol. II. p. B^'j, as a note
to vol. I. p. 185.] Ch. 37.

Silvester de St. Edmund grants to the brethren of the hospital of
St. Peter, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his toft in the village of St.
Edmund which Walter Hodles sold him, making the service due for
the same to the lords of the fee, viz. to the sacrist of St. Edmund 35.
(c. 1220-30.) [With seal.] Ch. 40,

Return of a jury in a dispute between the abbot and convent of St.
Edmund and the prior and convent of Ely, concerning the right to
the fishery of ' la Kyng leche,' in favour of the prior and convent of Ely;
together with a fine levied at .... St. John the Baptist's day, 29
Hen. Ill, by which the prior and convent of Ely remit and quit-claim
all their right in the said fishery to the abbot and convent of St.
Edmund. Ch. 41.

Robert, son of William Branche of St. Edmund, grants to Alexander

the spicerer, in marriage with Margaret his sister, a certain shop with

a solar which is in the Cordwainers' Way in St. Edmund, (c. 1230-40.)

[With seal.] CL 46.

. Margaret, relict of Alexander the spicerer of St. Edmund, quit-
claims to the prior and brethren of the hospital of St. Peter all right
in two acres of arable land in the fields of St. Edmund, (c. 1240-50.)
[With seal] Ch. 4^.

Wydo, son of Henry de St. Edmund, and Avicia his wife grant to

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436 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK,
the hospital of St. Peter, in frankalmoigne, 3c?. of annual quit-rent
from a certain toft in the village of St. Edmund, (c. 1240-50.)

Ch. 59.

Lucas the chaplain, son of Reginald de Fordham, grants to the
brethren of the hospital of St. Peter without the gate of Riseby of St,
Edmund, id. of annual rent which he received at Easter of the heirs
of Hugh Palmer of St. Edmund, for one acre of arable land called
'Fordham acre' in the fields of St. Edmund, (c. 1220.) Ch. 61.

Mabilia, relict of Baldewyn de Sympling, remits and quit-claims ta
the prior and brethren of the hospital of St. Peter all right by name
of dowry in three acres of arable land in the fields of St. Edmund
towards the east, which the said prior acquired of the executors
of the said Baldewyn, formerly her husband, (c. 1260.)

Ch, 62.

Walter le Mercer bequeaths to the brethren and infirm of tlie
hospital of St. Peter the half of the rent which lies between his house
and the house of Thomas le Gaunter, for keeping a certain light
burning daily, viz. three halfpence, (c. 1240.) Ch. 63.

Thomas de Marsh of St. Edmund, clerk, grants to sir Gilbert de
PilLkot, master of the hospital of St. Peter, sixpence annual rent from
a messuage in St. Edmund called * Longebrakelond.' (c. 1260-70.)
[With seal] Ch. 66.

Mabel, formerly wife of Baldewyne de Sympling, Ralph Hereward,
Roger Sumer, and Roger de Lanfel, executors of the will of the said
Baldewyne, deceased, confirm to the prior and brethren of the hospital
of St. Peter, for 1 1 marks of silver, three acres of arable land in the
fields of St. Edmund towards the west. (c. 1270-80.) \With seals^

Ch. 68.

Alexander Brun of St. Edmund grants to Robert, the prior, and
brethren of the hospital of St. Peter, three roods of arable land lying
in the field of St. Edmund, at Aylmerescroft. (c. 1270-80.)

[Withseai:] Ch. ^o.

Lecia, relict of William le Juvene, grants to the prior and brethren
of the hospital of St. Peter all right and claim in one acre of arable
land in the field of St. Edmund, (c. 1270-80.)

[With seal.) Ch. 72.

Alexander Brun of St. Edmund grants to the hospital of St. Peter
three roods of arable land lying in the field of St. Edmund, at
Aylmerscroft ; paying annually to him and his heirs one clove, and to
the Gild,a Mercatorum of St. Edmund 2d. (c. 1280-90.) [TFe<^ seal.]

Ch. 78.

Robert le Rus of St. Edmund grants to Nicholas de Neketune,
burgess of St. Edmund, for his fidelity and for 7 marks in hand paid,
9s. of annual quit-rent out of a shop in the way called *Le Rue
Marchaunde.' (c. 1270-80.) [Withseai] Ch. "jg.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 437

SUFFOLK.
William Trussebut, glover, of St. Edmund, and Margaret his wife
grant to John de Paston, vintner, of the same town, one messuage in
St. Edmund in the way which is called ' le Mustowe,' at an annual
rent to the sacristan of St. Edmund of 32 pence of silver for all
services, (c. 1290.) [With seal.] Oh. 80.

Basilia, wife of Alexander Brun of St. Edmund, grants to the
brethren of the hospital of St. Peter without the gate of Rysscby, those
three roods of arable land which her husband granted to them in the
field of Aylmerecroft. (c. 1290.) [With seal.] Ch. Si.

Adam, son of "Walter de Westle, grants in frankalmoigne to the
hospital of St. Peter gd. quit-rent from a toft with buildings in the
suburb of St. Edmund without the gate of Ryseby. (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 82,

Alan, called the prior, and convent of tlie hospital of St. Peter
gi'ant to the brethren of the hospital of St. Nicholas the whole of the
tithe which shall belong to them from the land which Adam de
Hopetun gave in frankalmoigne to the said hospital of St. Nicholas,
paying annually to the hospital of St. Peter five-pence, (c. 1220.)

Ch. 83.

Bichard, son of Katherine of St. Edmund, grants to Robert, the
prior, and the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter all right to 6d.
annual rent which he was accustomed to take from the said brethren
for one acre of arable land in Hamerlound. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 84.

Convention made between Robert, the prior, and the brethren of the
hospital of St. Peter without the gate of Rieseby of the town of St.
Edmund, of the one part, and Adam de Cokefeud of the other, by
which the said prior and brethren demise one shop in the town of
St. Edmund, in the way called Schapmannisrowe, for 10 years from
Michaelmas 10 Ed. I, at an annual rent of 3s. Ch. 87.

Convention between Richard, abbot of Bury St. Edmund, and
Ralph Bockyng. [Temp. Ed. I.] [Mutilated.] Ch. 89.

John de Brolkleye of St. Edmund, baker, grants to the hospital of
St. Peter 45. of annual rent from his capital messuage situated in
"Wellestrete in St. Edmund.

Dated at St. Edmund the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
Valentine, 2 Ed. I. [Spurious.] Ch. 90.

Convention dated on the vigil of St. Matthew, apostle, 6 Ed. I,
between the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter of the one part, and
Adam de Cokefeud, merchant, of the other, viz. that the said brethren
grant to the said Adam, for his fealty and service and 4s. of silver, one
shop in St. Edmund in the way called Chapmannisrowe, paying
annually for the same 30 pence. Ch. 91.

John de Rammesden of St. Edmund grants to Thomas, the abbot,
and convent of St. Edmund, in frankalmoigne, 2s. of annual rent from
his messuage in 'le Eldemarketestede' of St. Edmund.

Dated at St. Edmund the Friday next after the feast of St.
Matthew, 33 Ed. I. CA. 94.



438 CALENDAR OF CHAKTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Geoffrey, son of William de Tostoke, and Margaret his mother grant
to Stephen de Wrotham, for his fealty and service and 4 marks and
4s. of silver, two acres of arable land called Tuktys in the fields of
St. Edmund lying towards the little mill. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 95.

G-ilbert de Neketone of St. Edmund grants to Ralph de Mildenhale
9s. of annual rent in the village of St. Edmund, from a shop situated
in the street which is called * La Rue Marchaunde.'

Dated at St. Edmund the Friday after the feast of the Nativity
of St. John, 4 Ed. II. [With seai:\ Ch. 98.

Richard Vileyn of St. Edmund grants and confirms to Thomas de
Swamtone, keeper of the hospital of St. Peter without the gate of
Rysby of St. Edmund, and the brethren there, i2d. of annual rent
from a messuage in St. Edmund in a way called Scolehallestrete.

Dated at St. Edmund the Monday next after the feast of St.
Matthew, 18 Ed. II. Ch. 100.

Roger Baldwyne of Stowemercat grants to William de Bermingham

of St. Edmund one messuage with edifices and appurtenances in the

village of St. Edmund in the merchants' street ( Vicus mercatorum).

Dated at St. Edmund the Monday next after Michaelmas, 9

Ed. in. Ch. 102.

Andrew Shurkyld of Northwold grants to the brethren of the
hospital of St. Peter one acre of land in the fields of the town of St.
Edmund without the gate called Rysby gate.

Dated at St. Edmund the Thursday next after the feast of the
Epiphany, 14 Ed. TIL Ch. 104.

William Maymond, master of the hospital of St. Nicholas of St.
Edmund, and the brethren there, grant to Alan, son of Alan Grene of
Swanton, one acre and one rood of land lying in the fields of the town
of St. Edmund, in a place called ' le Spynthelfeld.'

Dated at St. Edmund the Tuesday on the feast of the Annunci-
ation of the Blessed Virgin, 17 Ed. III. Ch. 105.

William Blounvyle grants and quit-claims to sir Thomas de
Morieux', kt., Ralph, son of Ralph de Boklyngge, and William
Suklyng, chaplain, all right and claim in a messuage in the village of
St. Edmund.

Dated at St. Edmund the Thursday after the feast of St. Gregory,
31 Ed. III. [With seal.] Ch. 108.

William Draghton of Bury St. Edmund and others confirm to
Edward Woderton, Alice his wife, and Thomas Bernyngham, one
tenement in the village of Bury in the street called Heyestrete.

Dated at Bury aforesaid the Wednesday before the feast of St.
Luke, evang., 21 Rich. 11. [With seals.] Ch. iii.

Indenture witnessing that Ralph Bayle of Bury St. Edmund, draper,
has granted to Henry Kyrton of Bury aforesaid and Agnes his wife



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