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after the decease of the said Thomas Olderyng and Margaret his wife.

Dated at Carleton, 30 July, 10 Ed. IV. Ch. 1268.

"William Herman of Gyslam, Richard Rj^yng of Mutford, and
Robert Dolfyn of Carleton grant to John Oldryng and Agnes his wife
two messuages, 34 acres of land, and 3.'?. of annual rent in the village
of Carleton Colvyle, for the term of their lives.

Dated at Carleton Colvyle, 16 October, 14 Hen. VI. Ch. 1269.

Indenture made 2 August, 28 Hen. VIII, between John Couper of
Carleton Colvyle and Alys his wife of the one part, and John Jettor
of Lowystoft of the other part, witnesseth that the said John and Alys
sell all their messuages, lands, and tenements in Carleton Colvyle.

Ch. 1270.

Indenture (on paper) dated 20 June, 23 Q. Elizabeth, by which
John Jernegon of Somerleyton, esq., demised to George Hervy of
Oulton his heathe doole in the town of Carleton Colvyle for 2 1 years,
at an annual rent of 25. Ch. 1271.

Illegible charter, temp. Hen. VIII. [With seal.'] Ch. 1272.

Illegible deed of Robert Battely's, temp. James I. Ch. 1273.

Memorandum that sir Edmund Themylthorpe of Tunswod, kt., has
received of Francis Claxtone of Wysset £500 for the purchase
of certain lands &c. in Carleton Colvyle, as mentioned in a pair of
indentures dated 25 January, 2 James I.

Dated 29 March, 3 James I. Ch. 1274.

Francis Claxton of Wisset, gent., in performance of certain covenants
sells to Nicholas Batteley of Romburgh, yeoman, a messuage &c. in
Carleton Colvile.

Dated 16 October, 4 James I. Ch. 1275,

Indenture dated 16 October, 4 James I, by which Francis Claxton
of Wysset, co. Suffolk, gent, in consideration of the receipt of .£500,
sells to Nicholas Battely the younger, of Romburgh, co. Suffolk,
yeoman, lands, tenements, &c. in Carleton Colvile. Ch. 1276.

Memorandum from the court roll of the manor of Carleton Colvyle,
dated 27 April, 7 James I, concerning the grant of Francis Claxton to
Robert Battelye. Ch. 12^ "j.

CARLTON COLVILE, BARSHAM, ILKETTISHALL, ST.
ANDREW, and LOWESTOFT. Indenture made 10 October,
1626, by which Robert London of Whetacre and Edmund Smith are
to have levied by John Codd and Mary his wife and others a fine in
law for passing certain messuages and lands in the above villages to
them. Ch. 1279.

Final concord, made at Westminster on the morrow of All Souls,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 449

SUFFOLK.
2 Charles I, by which John Codd and Maria his wife, Henry
Coppinger and Sarah his wife, and Richard Burnell acknowledge that
two messuages, one curtilage, two gardens, orchard, &c. and certain lands
in Carleton Colvyle, Barsham, Ilkettishall St. Andrews, and Lowes-
toft belong to Robert London, sen., and Edmund Smith ; for this fine
the said Robert and Edmund gave to John and Maria, Henry and Sarah,
and Richard, £ioo sterling. Ch, 1278.

CATTRAVE. Richard Benet of Turtone grants to William de
Winster, chaplain, for his homage and service and 2s. of silver, 2d.
of annual rent from William, son of Serlo, for one acre of land in the
field of Cattegrave, paying annually one apple for all service,
(c. 1240-50.) Ch. 1280.

CAVENDISH. Robert le Meller of Denarddestun, Margaret his
wife, and William, son of Reginald de Beauchamp St. Paul, grant to
William, son of Ralph [ppit 1] of Wrottinge, one messuage and one
piece of land to the same belonging, in the village of Cavened'.

Dated at Cavenedis the Saturday next after the feast of St. Martin,

24 Ed. II. Ch. 262.

Walter Caleys of London, son and heir of Thomas Caleys, quit-claims

to Richard Cliaundeler all right in .... in Cavendyssh .... and

Stansted, co. Suffolk. Dated at \Mutilated.^ Ch. 263.

Edward Eelton, gent., confirms to John Golding of Glemsford and
others the conditions of a grant of lands in Cavendish as is contained
in a charter dated at Glemsford, 20 Feb., 24 Hen. YII.

Dated at Glemsford, 23 Feb., 24 Hen. VII. Ch. 265.

Bond of William Methwold of Langford in co. Norfolk, to John
Smith of Cavendish, in a sum of £ico, payable to the said John Smith
at Easter next on certain conditions.

Dated 5 October, 14 Hen. VIII. Ch. 264.

CHARLESWORTH. Samson, the abbot, and convent of St.
Edmund grant to Benedict, son of Richard de Blacheham, to hold in
fee and heirship at Thymworde, the land which was Theodric's, saving
the custom and right which the abbot of St. Edmund owed from
that land, and Cherlesworde in fee farm, paying each year to extreme
farm of Ornigheseord 20s., and Lacheforde in fee farm.

Dated in full chapter, 11 98. [With seal-l Ch. 10.

CHARSPIELD. Henry, the prior, and canons of the church of
St. Mary, Letheryngham, grant to Thomas Robsune of Charsfeld
four pieces of land in Charsfeld for 60 years, at an annual rent of
12 pence.

Dated at Letheryngham, Michaelmas day, 12 Hen. YII. Ch. 219.

Indenture witnessing that on St. Michael's day, 12 Hen. YII, at
Letheryngham, between Henry, the prior, and canons of St. Mary,
Letheryngham, on the one part, and Thomas Robertsunne of Charsfeld
on the other part, viz. that the said prior and canons grant to the said
Thomas 4 pieces of land in Charsfeld, lying in a field called * Le Sondes,'
in Aldeburghfeld, for 60 years, at an annual rent of i2d, [With seal.'\

Ch. 1446*



450 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

CHEDISTON. Bartholomew de Norfolch in Chedistane and
Joan his wife grant to sir William de Nerford, kt., and Petronilla his
wife, I ^d., three stalks of ginger, and three cloves annual rents in the
village of Chedistane.

Dated at Wisset the Sunday next after the feast of the Nativity,
27 Ed. L Ch. 1 177.

CHELMONDESTON. Indenture made 31 March, 41 Elizabeth,
between Robert Mighell of Chelmondeston, Suffolk, and Robert Burdy
of .... by which the said Robert Mighell leases to Robert Burdy a
marsh and certain closes Ch. 1282.

CHILTON. Gilebert Karbunel grants to Geoffrey his son the
whole of his land of Chiltune, with two men of Middeltune pertaining
to the same land, for his service and homage and his money, viz. gold
and silver which he gave to him with certain covenants for an
exchange under certain conditions, (c. 11 80.) Ch. 266.

Roger, son of William de Huntingefeld, grants to Gilebert Karbunel,
Chiltun and Buras and Wendeshalam, by the service of one knight's fee,
for which the said Gilebert gave 1 5 marks of silver and one war-horse
of the price of 5 marks, and to Aeliza, wife of the said Roger, three
bezants, (c. 1180.) Ch. 267.

Sampson, the abbot of St. Edmund, grants to William Carbonel a
certain liberty which is called Infangenethef in his village of Chilton,
which is of the liberty of Eye, at an annual rent of i fi) of white
incense. [With seaZ.] Ch. 6.

William de Huntingefeld grants to Richard Agelliun and Alice his
wife the custody of the lands and heir of William Carbunel, formerly
husband of the said Alice, also the manor of Chilton in dower, for the
term of the life of the said Alice, (c. 1210-20.) Ch. 268.

Alice Lorkyn of Chilton, widow, Richard son of the said Alice,
John Syday, and others demise to Robert Syday, servant of Robert
Crane, John Syday, John Thurgor, and Ralph Parker a cottage with
a garden adjoining in Chilton.

Dated at Chilton, 29 June, 11 Hen. VI. Ch. 269.

John Clopton, esq., and others infeoff Robert Crane, esq., and

the manors of Chilton and Great "Waldingfield, with the advowson of
the church of Chilton.

17 Hen. VI. [Decayed] Ch. 270.

Robert Stowr', * lymbrenner,' John Broun, John Tylle, and Simon
Sparwe demise to Matilda Stace and Thomas Cook one piece of land
in Chilton called Chilton acre.

Dated on the vigil of St. John the Baptist, 30 Hen. VI. Ch. 271.

John Sydey and Richard Sydey of Great Waldingfield demise and
confirm to John Sydey, son of the above John, John Apiltone, John
Folour, and Robert Ponder a croft in Chilton called ' Wyltenes croft.'
Dated at Chilton, 9 January, 33 Hen. VI. Ch. 272.

John Sydey of Great Waldingfeld quit-claims to John Apilton of
Little Waldingfeld, John Folour of Sudbery, and Robert Pondere, all
his right in a croft and land at Chilton.

Dated at Chilton, 20 July, i Ed. IV. Ch. 273.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 451

SUFFOLK.
John Syday atte Helmes of Great "Waldingfeld and others grant
to Robert Syday, servant of Robert Crane, and others, a tenement with
a croft in the village of Chilton.

Dated at Great Waldingfield, 20 .... 2 Ed. lY. Ch. 274.

Richard Symon of Great Waldingfield, John Sydey, servant of
Robert Crane, esq., John Randolf, and John .... confirm to Alice
Lorkyn of Chilton, widow, Richard Lorkyn her son, and others, a
cottage and garden in Chilton.

Dated at Chilton, 31 March, 4 Hen. YIL Ch. 275.

Robert Thurston, son and heir of Richard Thurston of Great
"Waldingfield, grants to John Sydey of the same, dyer, and others, one
acre of pasture in Chilton.

Dated at Chilton, 20 Dec, 9 Hen. VII. \With seal.'] Ch. 276.

Alicia Lorkyn of Chilton, Richard Lorkyn her son, John Syday, and
William Downyng grant to Robert Syday, John Syday, John Thurgore,
and Ralph Parker a cottage with a garden in Chilton, for the use of
the said Robert Syday.

Dated at Chilton, 29 June, 11 Hen. VII. Ch. 277.

Richard Lorkyn of Monks Illegh, William Parker, John Heryot,
George Lorkyn, and William RandolfF deliver and confirm to John
Lorkyn of Alphamstone, co. Essex, Robert Sperlyng, John Sewals,
and Hugh Lorkyn a tenement with certain land adjoining, situate in
Chilton. Dated at Chilton, 6 July, 17 Hen. VIL Ch. 278.

William Randolf of Great Waldingfield grants to Robert Syday of
the same, Isabella his wife, Ralph Parker, Robert Parker, and John
Grene one tenement with a croft of land lying in Chilton.

Dated at Great Waldingfield, 5 July, 22 Hen. VII. Ch. 279.

John Thurgore of Great Waldingfield and John Syday of the same
grant to Simon Smythee of Preston, Thomas Ryse, and Thomas Wode
one croft of land called Beneyzts in Chilton.

Dated at Chilton, 9 March, 22 Hen. VII. Ch. 280.

Indenture made 14 April, 24 Hen. VII, by which Robert Crane of
Chilton, esq., has demised to John Coole of Sudbury, mercer, a croft
of arable land &c. in Chilton, for 20 years, at an annual rent of 20s. ^d.

Ch. 281.

Isabella, widow of Robert Siday of Great Waldingfield, and Ralph
Parcar grant to Robert Crane, William Holins, Nicolas Mawyn, and
John Wasp a tenement with a croft of land in Chilton.

Dated at Chilton, 20 Jan., 18 Hen. VIII. Ch. 282.

Indenture dated 4 Sept., 19 Hen. VIII, by which Robert Crane of
Chilton, in the county of Suffolk, esq., demises to William Jervis of
Sudbury a close containing 7 acres in the parish of Chilton, for 30
years, at an annual rent of los. Ch. 283.

John Sydey of Great Waldingfield and Roger . . . demise to John
Hutton, rector of the church of Chilton, Thomas Wright, rector of
Stanstede, William Mey of Sudbury, and Robert Sydey one acre of
pasture land in the village of Chilton.

Dated at Chilton, 2 July, 21 Hen. VIII. Ch. 284.



452 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Edward Crane, gent., remits and quit-claims to Robert Crane of
Chilton, gent., all right to actions, debts, &c. to the date of this
present charter, viz. 28 July, 23 Hen. YIII. Ch. 285.

Indenture made 4 March, 24 K. Hen. YIII, by which Robert
Crane demises unto John Coole his field of 14 acres lying in
the townfield of Chilton, for 20 years, at an annual rent of 20s.

Ch, 286.

Duplicate of No. 286. Ch. 287.

Receipt given by Alice Methwold and others, executors of the will
of William Methwold, to sir Robert Crane of Chilton, for £20.

Dated 16 Feb., 30 Hen. VIIL Ch, 288.

Indenture made 16 August, i Mary, between sir Robert Crane of
Chilton, esq., of the one part, and John Coolie, gent., of the second
part, witnesseth that the said Robert grants to the said John certain
lands in Chilton aforesaid. Ch. 1283.

Appointment by Thomas, earl of Suffolk, lord lieutenant of Suffolk
and Cambridge, of sir Robert Crane, kt., as deputy lieutenant of the
county of Suffolk.

Dated and signed 12 May, i Charles I. Ch. 289.

CLABE. Mutilated convention, dated 132 1. Ch. 1281.

CODDENHAM, &c. Sefiiel de Ylendene confirms to William de
Cyresi, for his homage and service and for 185., one piece of his land
in the village of Codenham ; paying annually to him and his heirs one
grain of pepper, (c. 1200-10.) Ch. ^22.

Hugh de Gosebeth quit-claims to Robert, son of Gilbert de Ylendene,
and his heirs, the homage and service of Roger the smith and his
heirs, with the whole of the tenement of the said Roger, at a rent of 55.
for the said tenement, and all other tenements which Gilbert, father of
the said Robert, held of Peter, father of the said Hugh, in the parish
of Codenham. (c. 1210-20.) CA. 521.

Bartholomew, son of Roger the smith of Codeham, grants to the
phurch of the Holy Trinity of Ipswich, in frankalmoigne, seven pieces
of land in Codeham, paying annually to him and his heirs 26c?.; for
this grant the said canons gave him 5 marks of silver, (c. 1220.)

Ch, 213.

William, son of Peter de Codeham le Pleydur, grants to Ralph
Wyslepays two pieces of land in the parish of Codeham, paying
annually to him and his heirs 6d. ; for this grant the said Ralph
gave to him 20s. sterling and made his homage, (c. 1220-30.)

Ch. 522*.

John Yaghe grants to Robert Theward one piece of land in
Scaldeford meadow in Codeham. (c. 1260-70.) [With seal,']

Ch, 1284.

Geoffrey de Slamundishe grants to Thomas de Kalna, for his homage
and service and for 40 marks of silver, all of Thomas de



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 453

SUFFOLK.
Codenhara, with homage, rents, escheats, &c., paying annually 24c?. for
all services, &c. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 525.

Thomas, son of Ralph Wigor, grants to William Sned, for his homage

and service and for 40s., two pieces of land in the parish of Codeham.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 523.

Julian .... grants to Richard Sephul and Mabel his sister of
Codeham, for their homage and service and for .... , four pieces
of land in the villages of Codeham and Creting All Saints.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 524.

John, son of Ralph Ysly de la Rode, grants to William Snod,

Juliana his wife, and to Edmund their son and his heirs, for the

term of their lives, for their service and 205., one piece of land in

Codeham, paying annually to him and his heirs one clove at Easter.

Bated at the house of the said William the Monday next after

the feast of St. Scholastica the virgin, 12 Ed. I. [With seal.']

Ch. 525*.

Alice, daughter of Richard de Schaldeforde, widow, grants to
Robert, son of Bartholomew de Bucketon, and Sarah his wife, for their
service and 305. of silver, half an acre of meadow in the village of
Codenham, and in the field called ' Schaldefordemedwe.'

Dated in the month of February, 21 Ed. I, Ch. 526.

John de Cranel of Codeham grants to Nicholas Spake of the samd
plac6, for his service and 3s. of silver, one piece of land in the village
of Codeham. Dated at Le Rode, Whitsunday, 23 Ed. I. Ch. 527.

John, son of John, the clerk of Codenham, grants to William the
merchant (mercator) of the same place, for his service and lis. of
silver, one piece of arable land in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Saturday next before the feast of St.
Barnabas, 24 Ed. I. [With seal.'] Ch. 528.

Alice Spake of Creting St. Mary grants to Nicholas Spake of
Codenham one piece of her land in the village of Codenham.

Dated the Sunday next before the feast of St. Matthew the
apostle, 27 Ed. I. Ch. 529.

Robert de Vlendene of Codenham grants to Robert Spake of the
same place, for his service, two pieces of land in Codenham in the field
called ' Haylond.'

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of the
Invention of the Cross, 2 Ed. II. [With seal.] Ch. 530.

Mabel, daughter of Matilda Clare (]) of Codenham, remits and
quit-claims to Nicholas Spake all her right in certain land called
Cokyslond in Codenham.

Dated the Wednesday next before the feast of St. Francis, 3
Ed. n. C/i. 531.

Illegible charter, temp. Ed. II, dated at Codenham. [ With seal.]

Ch. 532.



454 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Margaret, daughter of Roger Dolfin of Creting St. Mary, grants
to William de Bosco of the same place and Christiana his wife, one
piece of land lying in the parish of Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next before the feast of the
Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 4 Ed. II. Oh. 533.

Marieta, wife of Robert Dolfin of Creting St. Mary, grants to
"William del Bosco of the same place all her right in a piece of land
in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday on the Nativity of St. John the
Baptist, 4 Ed. II. Ch. 534.

Walter Bugg of Codenham grants to Nicholas Spake of the same
place one piece of land lying in Codenham.

Dated the Friday next after the feast of Easter, . . Ed. 11.

[Mutilated.'] Ch. 535.

Convention made the Thursday next after the feast of St. Margaret
the virgin, 4 Ed. II, by which Roger le Deneys of Codenham demises
at fee-farm to Nicholas Spake of the same place, and Alice his wife,
one piece of land called ' Fleyfordsfeld ' in Codenham, paying annually
to the said Robert 14c?. [With seal.] Ch. 536.

Charter by which .... grants to Mariota Lewy (]) a messuage in
Dated at Codenham, 22 May, . . Ed. II. [With seal] Ch. 537.

William de Bosco of Creeting St. Mary grants to Robert Coleman
of Codenham, for a certain sum of money, one piece of his land lying
in Codenham.

Dated the Sunday next before the feast of the apostles SS. Simon
and Jude, 8 Ed. 11. [With seal] Ch. 538.

Edmund le .... of Codenham grants to William Kakestrete and
John his son one parcel of pasture ....

Dated at Codenham the Friday next after the feast of the
Annunciation of the B. V. M., 10 Ed. II. Ch. 539.

Ralph Sunday of Codinham grants to Nicholas Spake of the same
place, and Joan his younger daughter, one piece of land in Codinham,
Dated the Friday on the feast of the Epiphany, 1 1 Ed. II.

[With seal] Ch. 539*.

Mabel, formerly wife of Richard le Flur of Codenham, grants to
Robert Spake of Codenham, for a certain sum of money, two pieces of
land lying in the parish of Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of the
Conception of the B. Y. M., 1 1 Ed. II. [With seal] Ch. 540.

Thomas de la Grene of Codenham grants to Robert Spake of
Codenham one curtilage with its appurtenances in Codenham.

Dated there the Tliursday on the feast of the Nativity of the
B. Y. M., 1 1 Ed. n. [ With seal] Ch. 540*.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 455

SUFFOLK.
Kalph cle Bock}TQgg grants to John de Pente of Codenham the whole
field of ' Piestefeld ' in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham .... before the feast of the apostles SS.
Simon and Jude, i6 Ed. II. Ch. 541.

Agnes Bernard and Isabella her daughter of Codenham remit and
quit- claim to William Sewyne of the same village all their right in
three pieces of land in Codenham.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of the Purification of the
B. V. M., 4 Ed. III. [ With seals:\ Ch. ^41 *.

Edward Harneys of Codenham grants to Nicholas Benselyn,
chaplain, of the same village, his serf John Stanbowe with all that
belongs to him.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the Purification of the
Virgin, 11 Ed. III. Ch. 542.

Nicholas Bencelyn, chaplain of Codenham, manumits John Stanbowe
of the same place, and all his goods, chattels, and whatsoever belongs to
him.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of the
Invention of the Cross, n Ed. III. \With seal.'] Ch. 543.

Richard de Burghstede, parson of Framelingham, grants to Edmund
de St. Clano, son and heir of John de St. Clano, and Agnes his wife,
all his lands, rents, &c. in the villages of Codenham, Crosfeld, Creeting
St. Mary, Creeting All Saints, Creeting St. Olive, Stonham Earls,
Stonham Aspal, and Stonham Gernegan.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday after the feast of All Saints, 1 1
Ed. III. Ch. 544.

Robert de le Wode of Codenham, chaplain, grants to sir "William,
vicar of the church of Resshemere, and Hamo Dyke de le Wydekeshe,
certain lands &c. in the villages of Codenham, Creeting St. Mary, and
Stoneham Jernegan.

Dated at Codenham the Friday next after the feast of St

15 Ed. III. [With seal.] Ch. 545.

John del Wode, chaplain, grants to William, perpetual vicar of
Resshemere, and Hamo Dike of Wedekishe, chaplain, all lands and
tenements he has in the villages of Codenham and Stonham Antegan,
and the hamlet of Croffeld.

Dated at Codenham the .... next after the feast of St. Martin,
15 Ed. III. [With seal:] Ch. 546.

John, son and heir of Robert Coleman of Cretyngge All Saints, is
bound to William, vicar of Resshemere, and sir Hamo Dyke, chaplain,
in one annual rent of 40s. from lands and tenements in Codenham,
Creeting St. Mary, and Creeting All Saints.

Dated at Ipswich the Sunday next after the Epiphany, 16 Ed. III.
[With seal] Ch. 547.

Edmund de St. Clano of Codenham grants to the prior and convent
of the church of the Holy Trinity of Gyppewic', and their successors



456 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, EOLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK,
and assigns, that they may have a free way with horses and carts and
of every kind of animal in the whole of his way which lies before his
gate, which extends itself from the tenement of John Wistlepays
towards the tenement formerly Ralph Sundai's, without any im-
pediment.

Dated at Codenhara the Thursday next after the feast of the
Circumcision, 16 Ed. III. Ch. 216.

Agnes, widow of Robert le Tailhour of Creeting All Saints, remits
and quit-claims to John de Peckham, jun., all her right in a piece of
arable land in Codenham.

Dated at Creeting aforesaid the Friday next before the feast of
St. Margaret, virgin, 17 Ed. III. \}Vith seal.\ Ch. 547*.

Illegible charter, dated 21 Ed. EH. Ch. 548.

Joan, daughter of Margery de Gosebek, demises to Joan, who was
the wife of Thomas atte Bregge of Codenham, and his sons, all her
right in land called ' Prestesfelde ' in Codenham.

Dated there the Sunday next after the feast of .... 22 Ed. III.
[With seal] CA. 548*.

Illegible charter, 23 Ed. HI. Ch. 549.

Edmund de St. Clano of Codenham remits and quit- claims to
John, parson of Schelton, "William, vicar of Resschmere, and Thomas
Struttynge of Ipswich all right in two pieces of land at Codenham.

Dated the Thursday next after the feast of St. Petronilla, 23
Ed. III. [With seal.] Ch. 550.

John Wyhestelepays of Codenham grants to John, rector of the
church of Schelton, one piece of arable land in the village of
Codenham.

Dated there the Monday next after the feast of the Invention. of
the Cross, 23 Ed. III. [With seal.] Ch. 551.

Edmund de St. Clano of Codenham grants to John, rector of
Schelton, and others, one piece of arable land in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Friday after the feast of St. Augustine,
23 Ed. III. C'A. 552.

Ralph Spake and others grant to John Parmenter of Stowemarcat
and others all those lands and tenements acquired of Alice and Joan
Spake in the villages of Coddenham, Creeting All Saints, and Creeting
St. Mary.

Dated at Coddenham, 8 April, 26 Ed. III. [With seals.] Ch. 553.

Illegible charter, temp. Ed. III. Ch. 554.

Peter Dun of Codenham grants to John Goldyng of the same place
one messuage lying in the village of Codenham.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of SS. Peter and Paul,
33 Ed. III. Ch. 555.

Charter by which grant and quit-claim to Thomas ....



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 457

SUFFOLK.

of Codenham and Joan his daughter all their right in a tenement
which was John Thedward's in the village of Codenham.

Dated 45 Ed. IIL Ch. 556.

John Schakerys of Herlyston and Agnes his wife grant to "William
Berrard and John Jaune of Codenham, clerks, all the lands and
tenements which were Robert le Dalton's, sen., and Robert le Dalton's,
jun., in the village of Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Matthew, evang., 3 Rich. II. [With seal ^ Ch. 557.

Thomas Dunch of Stonham Antegan grants to "William .... of
Creeting St. Mary two pieces of land in Codenham and Creeting
All Saints.

Dated at Creeting aforesaid the Tuesday on the feast of the Purifi-
cation Of the B. Y. M., 7 Rich. IL [With seat:] Ch. 557*.

Illegible grant to John Bron of Codenham.

Dated the Monday in the 3rd week of Quadragesima, . . . Rich. II.

Ch. 1285.

William Crane of Creeting St. Mary appoints .... Bugge to
deliver to Thomas ate Grene of Creeting St. Peter's, and others, seisin
of all his lands &c. in Stowe, Creeting St. Mary, Creeting All Saints,
Creeting St. Olave, Codenham, and Stonham Jernegan.

Dated at Creeting St. Mary the Tuesday next before the feast
of St. Peter in Cathedra, 7 Rich. II. Ch. 558.

Charter by which .... of Codenham and Robert M . . . . remit



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