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one tenement in the village of Bury St. Edmund, they paying at stated
periods 8 marks and 105. [With sea?.] Ch. 112.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 439

SUFFOLK.
Bichard Goldsmyth of Bury St. Edmund grants to Walter Burton,
clerk, master of the hospital of St. Peter, one garden lying in
Maydewat^r lane in Bury aforesaid.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund the "Wednesday on the feast of St.
Valentine, 4 Hen. IV. [With seal.] Ch. 113.

John Bonde, chaplain, grants to William Lelye and Agnes his wife
three cottages in the town of Bury St. Edmund, in the way called
* Oldbaxsteristret.'

Dated at Bury St. Edmund the Sunday next after the feast of
the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 12 Hen. IV. Ch. 114.

Indenture witnessing that William Warde of Bury St. Edmund,
chaplain, grants and by a certain charter confirms to John Bothe and
Eichard Eothe of Carleton, clerks, two tenements within the borough
of Bury St, Edmund, near the great market-place, viz. in ' le Smythe-
iX)we,' in consideration of the payment of £20 by certain instalments.
Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 8 January, 4 Hen. V. Ch. 1 1 5.

William Warde of Bury St. Edmund, chaplain, gi'ants to John
Eothe and Richard Eothe two tenements in Bury St. Edmund in ' le
8mytherowe.*

Dated at Bury aforesaid, 8 January, 4 Hen. V. [ With seal.]

Ch. 116.

William Leyr of Bury St. Edmund, mason, Ealph Eeward and
Stephen Gardyner demise and assign to Thomas Bolesham of Bury
aforesaid, Eoger Messager, William Rycher, John Smyth, John Gooty,
and Eoger Gardyner, a certain tenement with three messuages and
four pieces of arable land within the borough of Bury St. Edmund, in
ways called * Lombislane ' and ' Th'mustowe.'

Dated at Bury aforesaid, 26 Nov., 18 Hen. VI. Ch. 117,

Eobei-t Crench of Bury St. Edmund, executor of the will of
Bartholomew Chapeleyn, confirms to John Stonhard, John Wherham,
and George Burtin, one grange with a curtilage in the village of Bury
aforesaid, in the way called Overbaxterestrete.

Dated at Bury aforesaid the last day of June, 2 3 Hen. VI. Ch. 118.

Eobert Crench of Bury St. Edmund remits and quit-claims to
John Stonhard and others all right in a certain grange with a curtilage
in the village of Bury aforesaid.

Dated at Bury aforesaid the last day of June, 2 3 Hen. VI. Ch. 119.

Isabella Gosselyn and Margaret Gosselyn of Bury St. Edmund grant
to John Stonhard, John Wherham, and George Burton, of Bury
aforesaid, one tenement situated in the village of Bury St. Edmund.
Dated at Bury aforesaid, 20 May, 24 Hen. VI. [With seals.]

Ch. 120.

John Baret, esq., acknowledges to have received, for himself and
John Lydgate, monk of Bury St. Edmund, of William Tyrell, sheriff of
Norfolk and Suffolk, £3 165. 8c?. of that A'js. 13s. 4d. which the king
by letters patent granted to them for the term of their lives.

Dated 2 October, 25 Hen. VI. Ch. 121.



440 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Memorandum of the receipt by John Boone, abbot of Bury St.
Edmund, by the hands of Thomas Cresse, bailiff of Edward Doyle,
26s. g\d, for the rent of Pondehill and Gesford for one whole year.
Dated on the feast of St. Edmund, 34 Hen. VL Ch. 122.

Indenture by which "William Stowe, master of the hospital of St.
Nicholas of Bury St. Edmimd, with the assent of his brethren, demises
to William Somere of Bury, taylor, a tenement in Bury in the way
called Estgatestrete for 98 years, at an annual rent of 3s.

Dated at Bury, 5 February, 38 Hen. VL Ck. 123.

Edward Lerlyn of Bury St. Edmund, Agnes his wife, Edward
Baker, David Humfrey, and Robert Totay demise to Robert Drake
and Matilda his wife, John Aylewyn, Thomas Turnor, and Thomas
Barry, a messuage, way and garden within the town of Bury aforesaid,
in a way called Overbaxterestrete alias Wellestrete, reserving certain
rights for securing payment of £6.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 16 September, 14 Ed. IV.

[With seals.] Ch. 126.

John Clopton, esq., William Thweyte, senior, and Thomas Bunnyng,
mercer, demise to John Coote and Margaret his wife of Bury St.
Edmund, one tenement late John Skeet's situated within the borough
of Bury St. Edmund, in the way called ' Hennecotestrete ' alias
' Bernewellestrete,' viz. between a messuage late AVilliam Coote's and a
lane called ' Bryteslane ;' also another messuage in the same town and
street.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 9 March, 18 Ed. IV. Ch. 127.

Edward Caster, clerk, Thomas Ampe, clerk, Henry Davy of
Fornham All Saints, Thomas Sporle, chaplain, Henry Hardman, clerk,
"William Thweytt, senior, and Thomas Edon demise to John Page of
Bury St. Edmund, chaplain, George Watton, John Page, senior, of
Walsham, William Coppynger and Roger Leynge, one messuage and
all that belongs to it within Bury St. Edmund, in the way called
* Cherchegonelstrete.'

Dated at Bury aforesaid, 24 Sept., 20 Ed. IV. Ch. 128.

Will of Katherine Ofhoo of Bury St. Edmund, widow, made 12
January, 1483. Probate dated last day of February, 1493. Ch. 129.

Robert Drake of Bury St. Edmund, carpenter, Matilda his wife,
Thomas Tumor, and Thomas Barry demise to John Mannyng, Thomas
Pykerell, Robert Smyth and William Talyes, a certain messuage in Bury
aforesaid, in the way called Overbaxterestrete alias Wellystrete.
Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 23 December, 10 Hen. VII.

[With seals.] Ch. 131.

Thomas Purdon of Redgrave, John Hamelyn of Weston, and
Thomas Lovesson grant to Thomas Turnor of Bury and Margaret his
wife, John Hegge* Robert Turnor, William Lawnde and William
Bulbroke, two messuages in the village of Bury St. Edmund, in the
way called ' Estgatestrete.'

Dated at Bury aforesaid, 6 February, 2 Rich. III. Ch. 130.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 441

SUFFOLK.
Memorandum of the appointment and duties of the steward of the
franchises and liberties of the abbot of Bury St. Edmund.

[Temp. Hen. VIL] Ok 134.

Indenture made 23 March, 7 Hen. VII, witnesseth that Robert
Crane hath delivered to Thomas, the abbot of Bury St. Edmund,
collector of the benevolence granted to the king in the shire of
Suffolk towards his royal voyage into France, £212 i6s. 4d. collected
within the hundred of Babergh. Ch. 135.

Will of "William Bataly of Bury St. Edmund, dated 20 October,
1500. Probate dated the Tuesday on the feast of St. Wulstan, bp.,
1500. Ch. 136.

Thomas, son and heir of Thomas Purdy late of Redgrave, remits and
quit-claims all his right in two messuages in the borough of Bury St.
Edmund in the way called Estgatestrete to Thomas Godard of Bury
aforesaid. Dated 4 January, 20 Hen. VII. Ch. 139.

Thomas Parker of Bury St. Edmund, fishmonger, grants to Richard
Frost, chaplain, one tenement, one parcel of a certain house, with a
garden and parcel of land in Bury aforesaid in a way called
Whitingstrete.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 8 March, 22 Hen. VII. Ch. 140.

An acquittance dated 4 March, i Henry VIII, given by sir John
Gye, cellarer of the abbey of Bury St. Edmund, to George Plesaunce.

Ch. 141.

Robert Worlyche of Bury St. Edmund, mason, Reginald Lerlynge,
John Robynson, and Jol)n Selond, executors of John Busshe, demise
to Katherine Busshe, widow, Thomas Browne, and John Cracheroode
one messuage, a garden, and certain land in Bury aforesaid, in a way
called ' Gyldelialstrete.'

Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 16 January, 10 Hen. VIII. Ch, 143.

Robert Stelyard, clerk, demises to Margaret Draper of Bury St.
Edmund and others a tenement in Bury St. Edmund in the way called
Chirch egatestrete .

Dated at Bury aforesaid, 15 Sept., 13 Hen. VIII. [With seal]

Ch. 144.

Thomas Heryes, Henry Tame, Henry Gunse, and George Langham
confirm to John Mower of Bury, John Reche, Richard Dowsyng,
Thomas Mower, and William Halle one tenement situated in the
village of Bury St. Edmund, in a way called ' Overbaxterstrete.'

Dated at Bury aforesaid, 16 October, 12 Hen. VIII. Ch. 145.

Thomas Heryes, Henry Tame, Henry Gunse, and George Langham
grant to John Skitlard of Bury, John Arnolde, Robert Sketlard, John
Mower, and Thomas Mannyng one tenement in the village of Bury
St. Edmund, in a street called ' Overbaxsterstrete.'

Dated at Bury aforesaid, 16 October, 12 Hen. VIII. Ch. 146.

Final concord made at Westminster on the morrow of All Souls,
18 Hen. VIII, by which Robert Jamys, citizen and alderman of



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SUFFOLK.
Norwich, Robert Geriny, and William Wybergh acknowledge the right
of Nicholas Sywhat and Katherine his wife to six messuages, 2 barns,
2 gardens, 8 acres of pasture, and one acre of wood in Bury St.
Edmund and Nowton near Bury aforesaid. Ch. 147.

Christopher Lant, master of the hospital of St. Peter, and brethren
of the same appoint Edmund Hurste their proctor and special nuncio
to ask and collect in their name throughout England alms and charity
for the leprous of the hospital of St. Peter aforesaid.

Dated 7 April, 30 Hen. VIIL Ch. 151.

Indenture made 31 January, 34 Hen. VIII, by which John S wanton
and Robert Sharpe, supervisors of the lands and tenements of Margaret
Odeham of Bury St. Edmund, with the assent of the aldermen and
brethren of the guild of the Purification of our Lady, have demised to
Thomas Creme a piece of land in Bury aforesaid in the field called
Westgatefekl for 20 years, at an annual rent of 3s. 4^ Ch. 154.

Nicholas Sywhat, citizen and alderman of Norwich, grants to
William Garton of Great Jernemuthe 4 messuages and one barn with
edifices and appurtenances in Bury St. Edmund, of which one messuage
and the barn called ' the moone * lyes in a way called Netemarket, and
another messuage in the way called ' Oldebaxterstrete,' and the two
others in a way called Overbaxsterstrete alias Wellestrete, and he
appoints William Rogers, citizen and alderman of Norwich, his
attorney to deliver seisin of the same.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 26 March, 32 Hen. YHI. Ch. 155.

Indenture made i June, 35 Hen. VIII, by which Robard Sharpe
and John Swanton, supervisors of lands &c. of Margaret Odeham, now
belonging to the guild of the Purification of the B. Y. M., demise to
Nicholas Avies four pieces of arable land containing by estimation 1 6
acres in Bury St. Edmund, for 21 years, at an annual rent of 205.

Ch. 156.

Indenture made i July, 35 Hen. VIII, by which Robert Sharpe of
Bury St. Edmund, and John Swanton, keepers of the lands and
tenements of Candlemas Guild, demise to Thomas Lacy of Bury St.
Edmund a messuage in the Marketsted of Bury aforesaid, for 20 years,
at an annual rent of 33s. 4c?. Ch. 157.

John Eyer, esq., sells to John Regate the whole of a tenement and
garden in the village of Bury St. Edmund in a way called Scolehal-
strete within the parish of St. Mary, and a garden in Reyngate strete
in the same parish of St. Mary.

Dated 21 November, 37 Hen. VIIL Ch. 158.

Robert Hanham of Bury St. Edmund, gent., grants to John Cutteris
of the same, yeoman, three tenements in the borough of Bury
aforesaid, in the way which is called Wellestrett.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 12 May, 37 Hen. VIIL [With seal^

Ch. 159.

Indenture made 1 7 April, i Ed. VI, by which Robert Sharpe and
Nicolas Abys the elder, supervisors of the lauds and tenements given



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SUFFOLK,
to the town of Bury St. Edmund by Margaret Odam, gentylwoman,
according to the will of the said Margaret, have demised to William
Parke of Bury, mercer, a shop with a soler in the Fyshmarket for 2 1
years, at an annual rent of 85. Ch. 1 60.

Agnes Illyon of Bury St. Edmund, in co. Suffolk, grants for a sum
of £18 to Margaret Tyrell of Wetherden, widow, one messuage
situate in Bury aforesaid, between a messuage lately Henry Wisshe's
on the north and a lane on the south, and abutting towards the east
upon a way called Churchegovellstrete and towards the west upon
Maister Andrew's strete.

Dated at Bury, 10 December, 2 Ed. VI. Ch. 161.

Juliana Orysby of Bury St. Edmund, late wife of John Orysby,

for a sum of £9 grants to William Brown a messuage and land with

two houses in Bury St. Edmund, situated in a way called Netemarket.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund, 10 April, 4 Ed. YI. Ch. 162.

Indenture made i Oct., 4 Ed. VI, by which Thomas Browse and
Edniond Hawkyn, supervisors of the purchasyd town lands, demise to
John Jelly one tanner's stall in the Marketsted in Bury for 2 1 years,
at an annual rent of 25. Ch. 163.

Indenture made 3 Feb., 35 Hen. VIII, by which Robert Sharpe
and John Swanton demise unto Roger Barbor 27 acres of land in
Bury Westeley and Moche Horny ngferth for 20 years, at an annual
rent of 25s. 8^. Ch. 164.

Indenture dated 2 and 3 Philip and Mary, by which Roger Barbor
and William Parke of Bury St. Edmund demyse and grant to Edmund
Hawkyns a close containing 7 a. 3 r. 1 8 p. in Westgatefelde of Bury,
for 21 years, at an annual rent of 24s. Ch. 165.

Indenture made 24 Nov., 9 Elizabeth, by which Thomas Buttery of
Bury St. Edmund sells to John Nycholysson, for 100 pounds, two
pieces of arable land lying in the fields of Bury aforesaid. Ch. 166.

Power of attorney given by Thomas, duke of Norfolk, to Thomas
Kytsen and Thomas Andrews, to be his deputies in the office of
Seneschal of Bury St. Edmund.

Dated 20 January, 10 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 167.

Henry Collyn and Anthony Butler, gents., grant to Richard Moore
the whole of a stone chapel in Bury St. Edmund which late belonged
to the monastery of Bury St. Edmund.

Dated 12 April, 13 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 168.

Bond entered into by Thomas Barnard of Hardygane, Suffolk, in a
sum of twenty marks, for the sale of a garden and a tenement to
Thomas Cleris. Dated 14 October, 14 Elizabeth. Ch. 169.

Richard More of Bury St. Edmund enfeoffs John Hegham, Thomas
Kytson, and others in the whole of a stone chapel situated in Bury
aforesaid to the west of Rysbyegate.

Da?ted 24 April, 25 Elizabeth. Ch. 170.



441 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Simon Hubbard, for the sum of £20, grants to Thomas Genne of
Bury two tenements with a garden, late part of the possessions of the
chapel of St. Nicholas in the town of Bury St. Edmund.

Dated 27 July, 1585. Ch. 172.

Indenture by which George Dawson, for good causes and con-
siderations, grants to John Cadge and Thomas Spittilhowse of Bury
St. Edmund a messuage and garden in Bury aforesaid, in the street
called ' le Churchegatestrete,' in perpetuity.

Dated 8 June, 29 Elizabeth. Ch. 173.

Indenture made 15 May, 34 Q. Elizabeth, by which Christopher
Baker of Buiy St. Edmund demises to farm to Gregory Bridon a
messuage in Bury St. Edmund for 21 years, at an annual rent of id.

Ch. 174.

Thomas Bright of Bury St. Edmund, draper, grants to Thomas
Reade of Bury St. Edmund, mercer, a messuage situated in Bury St.
Edmund. Dated 20 December, 39 Q. Elizabeth, 1596. Ch. 175.

Indenture made 24 December, 45 Q. Elizabeth, by which Gilbert
Spalding of Hawsted, in the county of Suflfolk, sells to Thomas Cooke
a messuage &c. in Bury St. Edmund, in consideration of a sum of
^£39 paid to the said Gilbert. Ch. 176.

Recognizance entered into by Elizabeth Mi ward of Bury St.
Edmund on her being allowed to keep an alehouse in that town.

Dated 4 January, i James I. Ch. 177.

Sir Robert Jermyn of Rushbrooke, co. Suffolk, kt., grants to
Edmund Corksage of Stan steed, taylor, a cottage or shop situate in
* le Rayngate streete ' in Bmy St. Edmund, and three pieces of an
estate lying near the tenement of Alice Corksage.

Dated 19 July, 3 James 1. Ch. 178.

Indenture to save harmless Richard Gippes and Robert Martyn in
any action or suits by virtue of their patent or warrant. Given by
the alderman and burgesses of Bury St. Edmund, whose names are
signed on the back. Dated 12 May, 1625. Ch. 179.

The will of Edward Gatewade of Bury St. Edmund, clothier, dated
31 October, 7 Charles I. Probate dated 2 Dec, 1631. Ch. 180.

Indenture made 6 October, 20 Charles I, by which Myles Burgh,
gent., alderman and keeper of the gaol of Bury St. Edmund, acknow-
ledges to have received of John Gierke, late keeper, certain prisoners
as described in a schedule annexed. \0n pajper^ Ch. iSi.

Indenture made 30 May, 1657, by which Edward Freeman of
"Wymondham, Norfolk, husbandman, in consideration of the sum of
fifty pounds, demises to Joseph Alexander of Bury St. Edmund a
messuage in Bury St. Edmund for 30 years, at an annual rent of a
pepper corn. Ch. 182.

Indenture made 1 4 April, 2 1 Charles II, by which James, earl of
Suffolk, steward of the franchises of Bury St. Edmund, appoints



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Jonathan Perry of Bury St. Edmund his deputy steward of the said

franchises during the will and pleasure of the said earl. Ch. 183.

Indenture dated 28 September, 21 Charles II, by which John
Sothebie, esq., and others, in consideration of the sum of £15, have
demised to Samuel Barrough certain tenements for 50 years, at an
annual rent of 55. Ch. 184.

Indenture made 13 June, 28 Charles II, by which the rt. hon.
James, earle of Suffolk, appoints John Catesby, of Clifford's Inn,
steward of the franchise of Bury St. Edmund during pleasure.

Ch. 185.

List of lands belonging to the hospital of St. Peter, Bury St.
Edmund. [On ^aper.] Ch. 186.

BURY ST. EDMUND (Abbey of). Geoffrey de Brakenest,
John Dannard, Henry Maynard, Richard Wrong, William son of
Remer, Alexander de la Grene, William de Troux, Alexander
Godefrey, Alan le Mellere, Alan Kempe, Vincent Godale, Alan son of
Matthew, sen., Adam Estan, Bartholomew Fraunceys, Warine de
Dunbergh, Robert de la Apiltone, Thomas Dannard, John de la
Grene, John Case, Daniel le Cupere, John de Brakenest, Bartholomew
de Nortone, Robert Becke, John le Clerck, Reginald le Draper,
William Werpelock, Richard de Welington, Walter Godefrey, Nicholas
de Miteford, Geoffrey de St. Edmund, Alan de Carletone, Richard de
Brakenest, Richard le Cock, Thomas Wrong, William Porre, Philip
de la Grene, Geoffrey de la Forthe, Roger Roger, Sevall Sycary, and
John Cotoun grant for themselves, their heirs and the whole
of the community of Becclis, an agreement with John, the abbot, and
convent of St. Edmund touching a view of frankpledge for the village
of Becclis, under pain of a fine of 100 marks.

Dated at Becclis the Sunday next before the feast of St. Matthew,
22 Ed. I. [With seals.] Ch. 186*.

BUXLOW. William Kenrych of Buckesloue grants to Thomas
Portman, son of Roger Portman of Cnodessale, and Matilda his wife,
one piece of arable land in Buckesloue. (c. 1270-80.) (7/i. 1165.

Richard de Elmedene and Matilda his wife grant to Henry, son
of Robert Hamund of Beteiyuge, one piece of pasture in Buckeslowe.
(c. 1290-1300.) Ch. 1 166.

Richard Page of Buckeslowe grants in exchange with Henry, son
of Robert Hamund, the whole of his tenement in Buckeslowe and
Stemesfeld for a tenement in Betering and 10 marks sterling.
Dated at Buckeslowe on the feast of Pentecost, 32 Ed. I.

Ch. 1 167.

Simon Gamen of Semere and Alice le Cordebof of Buckeslowe, his
wife, grant to Henry, son of Robert Hamund of Betering, one piece
of land in Buckeslowe.

Dated at Buckeslowe the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Matthew, 33 Ed. L Ch. 1168.



446 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Alice le Cordebof of Buckeslowe grants to Henry Hamund of
Beteryngs one piece of her pasture in the village of Buckeslowe.

Dated at Buckeslowe the Tuesday next before the feast of the
Annunciation, 2 Ed. IL Ch. 11 69.

Richard de Elmedene and Matilda his wife of Buckeslowe grant to
farm to Henry de Bettrynge one piece of pasture called ' le Mor ' for
five years.

Dated at Buckeslowe the Sunday next before the feast of St. . . .
4Ed. IL CA. 1170.

Henry de Hach, parson of Buxlowe, grants to Henry de Beteriug a
third part of certain lands and tenements in Buxlowe.

Dated at Buxlowe the Sunday next before the feast of St. Martin,
16 Ed. IL Ch. 1171.

Galicia, relict of Henry Portman of Buxlowe, grants to William
. . . rydone and Alice his wife two pieces of land in Buxlow.

Dated at Buxlowe the Monday before the feast of the Annun-
ciation, 5 Ed. in. Ch. 1 172.

John, son of "William de Repdene of Buckeslowe, grants to Thomas
ills brother five pieces of his land lying in the said village of
Buckeslowe.

Dated at Buckeslowe the Sunday next before the feast of the
Annunciation of the B. V. M., 10 Ed. III. Ch. 11 73.

Henry le Cordebof of Buxlowe grants to John de Braham certain
land lying in the village of Buxlowe.

Dated at Buxlowe the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
12 Ed. IIL Ch. 1 174.

Robert Smythman demises to John Wyngefeld, kt., and others one
close in Buxlowe.

Dated at Buxlow, 10 January, 7 Ed. TV. Ch. 1176.

BUXLOW, PRESTON, and FARNHAM. Robert Beker of
Stratford remits and quit-claims to John Braham of Buxlowe and his
heirs all his right in certain lands, tenements, &c. in the village of
Buxlow, Freston S . . . , and Farnham.

Dated at Freston, 4 March, 5 Hen. IV. [With seals.'\ Ch. 1260,

BUXLOW, KNOTTESHALL, &c. William de Reydon of
Buxlow grants to John de Braham of Cnodeshale and Roger his son
all the messuages, lands, rents in the villages of Buxlowe, Cnodeshale,
Haselwode, Fresston, Snapes, with the advowson of Buxlow.

Dated at Buxlow the Monday in the feast of St. Matthew, 17
Ed. in. Ch. 1 1 75.

CARLETON, KELSALE, MONKS-SAHAM, and CRANS-
FORD. Convention made between the lord Roger, earl Bigot,
marshal of England, of the one part, and Roger de Karletone of the
other, viz. that the said Roger de Karletone has sold to the lord
Roger the whole of his manor and advowson of Karleton, with
appurtenances in Karleton and Keleshal, and in Saham Monks and



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in the village of Cranesford, for 250 marks sterling, to be paid on the
vigil of Pentecost, 34 Hen. Ill, in the castle of the said earl Roger at
Framingham. Ch. 1261.

CARLETON COLVYLE, KYRKLE, PAKEFELD, GISLE-
HAM, MULFORD, and HENSTEAD. John de Kymburle,
parson of Mutford, Roger atte Heth, parson of Todenham, and
Edmund Man of Mutford remit and by these presents quit-claim to
Ralph Megre, parson of Kessyuglond, all the right they have in
Fastolfs manor, viz. in all lands &c. in Carleton Colvyle, Kyrkele,
Pakefeld, Gyselham, Mutford and Henstede, which they had by the
gift of sir Ed. de Hemgrave, kt.

Dated at Mutford the Wednesday on the feast of St. Botolph,
29 Ed. in. [With seals.] Ch. 1263.

Warine de Barneby and Alan Reynald remit and quit-claim to sir
Robert Spenser, parson of Elgham, sir Edmund de Welles, parson of
Beccles, and Richard Megi-e all their right in the manor of Carleton
Colvile called Fastolfes, and in all lands &c. in Carleton Colvyle,
Mutford, Barneby, Lowystoft, Kirkele, Pakefeld, Gysilham, Kessynglond,
Resshemere, and Hensted.

Dated at Carleton Colvile the Monday on the vigil of the
Nativity of our Lord, 32 Ed. III. [With seals^ Ch. 1262.

Ralph Megre, parson of the church of Kessinglond, grants to sir
Robert Spenser, parson of Elgham, sir Edmund de Welles, parson of
Bekklis, Richard Megre, Warine de Barneby, and Alan Reynald
his manor of Carleton Colvyle called Fastolfs, with appurtenances,
lands, &c. in the villages of Carleton, Montforye, Barneby, Henstede,
Ruschemer, Gyselham, Pakefeld, and Kyrkle.

Dated at Carleton Colvyle the Friday after the feast of St.
Nicholas, bp., 32 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 1264.

Ralph Megre, parson of the church of Kessynglond, quit-claims to
sir Emeric de Welyngton, kt., all right in the whole manor of
Carleton Colvyle called Falstolfs, and in all lands &c. in Carleton
Colvyle, Mutford, Barneby, &c.

Dated at Carleton Colvyle the Tliursday on the feast of St. John,
apostle, 32 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 1265.

CARLETON COLVILE. William Horman, Robert Rypyng,
and Robert Dolfyn, of Carleton Colvile, grant to John Oldryng and
Agnes his wife one messuage, 34 acres of land, and 3s. annual rent
in Carleton Colvyle.

Dated there, 16 Oct., 14 Hen. YI. [With seals.] Ch. 1266.

William Rypyng of Carleton Colvyle, John Denyell, Thomas
Whitton, Robert Thyrkeld, Thomas Craske, and Thomas Dolphyn
demise and confirm to Thomas, son of John Olderyng, all those messuages,
lands, &c. in Carleton aforesaid which they had by feoffment of the
said John Olderyng.

Dated at Carleton aforesaid, 6 June, 3 Ed. IV. Ch. 1267*

Thomas Dolphyn of Carleton Colvyle, William Rypyng, John



448 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Denyell, and Thomas Whitton, at the requisition of Thomas Olderyng
of Carleton aforesaid, demise to John, son of the said Thomas, and
Alice his wife, Alexander Olderyng, Robert Dolphyn, sen., John
Craske, and John Everlde all his messuages and lands in Carleton
aforesaid, to hold the same for the said John and Alice and their heirs



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