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and quit-claim to John . . . . aU their right in certain lands in
Codenham.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of the Invention of the
Cross, 8 Rich. II. Ch. 559.

John de Westreete grants to John Jaune of Codenham an annual
rent of "jd. from land in Codenham and the hamlet of Croffeld.

Dated at Codenham the Tuesday next after the feast of St.
Michael, archangel, 8 Rich. II. Ch. 560.

John Cakestrete of Hommyngston grants to John Jaune, rector of
Glemsford, three pieces of land in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Cuthbert, bp., 10 Rich. II. Ch. 561.

Sir Philip Deneys, kt., remits and quit-claims to John Jaune, parson
of the church of Glemsford, all right in land called S . . . wyshe.

Dated at Coddenham 10 Rich. IL Ch. 562.

Memorandum that at Redelyngfeld Court, held there the Sunday in
the feast of St. Luke the apostle, 12 Rich. II, the lady granted to
John Jaune, rector of Glemsford, one piece of land lying near Prestlond
in the village of Codenham, paying annually for the same 6d.^ and
paid for a fine 25. . Ch. 563.



458 CALENDAE OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Richard de Mekylfeld grants to John Jaune, rector of the church of
Glemsford, 26d. of annual rent from certain lands in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of St. George
the martyr, 13 Rich. IL Ch. 564.

Ralph Spake of Codynham and Margaret his wife grant to John
Jaune, rector of Glemsford, 30 pence of annual rent from two pieces of
land lying in Codynham and Cretyng.

Dated at Codynham the Monday on the feast of St. Mark the
evangelist, 13 Rich. II. Ch. 565.

Charter (illegible) indorsed ' Relaxatio Johannis Harnays.'

Dated at Coddenham Rich. II. \^}Vith seal.^ Ch. 566.

Sir Philip Deneys, kt., grants to John Jaune, clerk, three pieces of
land in the village of Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Thursday on the feast .... confessor,
13 Rich. IL Ch. 567.

Illegible charter, temp. Rich. II. Ch. 568.

John Jaune, parson of the church of Glemsford, grants to sir Philip
Deneys, kt., William .... Edmund Drury, perpetual vicar of the
church of Eye, and others, all his lands in the villages of Codenham,
Greeting St. Mary, Greeting St. Olive, and Greeting All Saints.

Dated at Codenham .... after the feast of St. Edmund, king
and martyr, 14 Rich. II. [With seal.] Ch. 569.

Gilbert de Debenham confirms to John Jaune, rector of the church
of Glemsford, William Deneys, chaplain, and John Chapman of
Codenham, seven pieces of land in the village of Codenham.

Dated the Thursday next after the feast of St. Peter ad vine,
15 Rich. II. [With seal] Ch. 569*.

"William Peckam of Greeting All Saints grants to Philip Derebolt
one piece of arable land in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham .... 15 Rich. II. Ch. 570.

Roger, son of sir Philip Deneys, kt., remits and quit-claims to John
Jaune, parson of Glemsford, all his right in three pieces of land in the
village of Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Tuesday on the feast of St. John ante
port Lat., 16 Rich. II. [With seal.] Ch. 570*.

Simon Skut of Codenham grants to John Wyght, rector of Greeting
All Saints, and others, all his lands and tenements in Codenham,
Greeting St. Mary, Greeting All Saints, and Greeting St. Olave.

Dated at Codenham the Monday on the feast of St. Michael, 1 7
Rich. IL (7/i. 571.

John Flour and John Bolewell grant to John Jaune, rector of
Glemsford, two pieces of land in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Thursday next before the feast of St.
Laurence, 16 Rich. II. Ch. 571*.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 459

SUFFOLK.
William Deneys, chaplain of Codenham, John Chapman, and others
grant to John Sweyn of Codenham, jun., and Joan his wife, one piece
of arable land there.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of St. Martin,
bp., 1 8 Rich. II. [With seals.] Ch. 572.

John Shyth and Joan his wife grant to Hugh, vicar of Codenham,
John Wyght, rector of Creeting All Saints, and John Chapman of
Codenham, all their lands and tenements in Codenham and Creeting,
and elsewhere in the hundred of Bosmere.

Dated at Codenham on the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, . . .
Rich. II. [With seal.] CA. 572*.



Robert Morgwele of ... . grants to John Jaune one piece of land
called Knapelondston.

Dated at Codenham 2 Hen. IV. Ch. 573.

John Jermyn remits to John Jaune, rector of Glemsford, all his
right in certain lands in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham, 5 February, 2 Hen. IV. Ch. 574.

Charter by which .... of Codenham grants to Thomas Havile of
Codenham all his lands, pasture, &c. in the villages of Codenham,
Creeting All Saints, and Creeting St. Mary.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of

martyrs, 3 Hen. IV. [With seal^ Ch. 575.

Indenture witnessing that whereas John Ateook infeoffed John
Jaune, rector of Glemsford, with a meadow called ' Schaldeford medwe,'
as by the charter more plainly appears, nevertheless if the said John
Ateook shall pay to the said John the sum of £12 at Codenham on
Michaelmas next, then that charter to be void.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
archangel, 4 Hen. IV. Ch. 576.

John Grermyn, lord of the manor of Gosbak, grants to John Jaune,
rector of Glemsford, the whole of a meadow called 'Shaldeforde
medwe' in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Saturday next after the feast of St.
Matthew, apostle, 4 Hen. IV. [With seaZ.] Ch. 576*.

John Coke (?) appoints John Rushton his attorney to deliver seisin
to John Jaune, rector of Glemsford, of a piece of land called Lawns.
Dated at Codenham the Saturday ... St. Thomas the martyr,
4 Hen. IV. Ch. 577.

John "Wyght, rector of Creetyng All Saints, and John Chapman of
Codenham infeofF Thomas .... and Juliana his wife with certain
lands &c. in Codenham, Creeting, and elsewhere.

Dated B.V.M., 9 Hen. IV. Ch. 578.

John Brown of Codenham remits and quit-claims to John Jaune,



460 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

jun., all his right in a piece of land called * Cnapeloundston ' in
Codenham.

Dated the Friday next after the feast of St. Luke the evang.,
8 Hen. IV. Ch. 579.

Robert Marsch of Creeting grants to "William Crane of Codenham
one piece of pasture in Codenham.

Dated the Thursday next after the feast of SS. Philip and James,
10 Hen. IV. Ch. 580.

Illegible deed, dated 17 Rich. II. Ch. 581.

Thomas Aldham and John Scyward demise to Roger Fathare of
Codenham their tenement called Thedewares and all their other lands
&c. in Codenham, Creeting St. Mary, St. Olave and All Saints, and
Croffeld.

Dated at Codenham, 6 .... 9 Hen. IV. (7A. .582.

Simeon Banham, clerk, grants to Bernard de Akynham certain lands
in Codenham which he held in feoffment of John Jaune, clerk.

Dated 16 July, 12 Hen. IV. Ch. 582*.

John Sprot and John Bakere demise to Gleoffi-ey Hefd, chaplain,
100 bezants and divers pieces of land as Edward de Wode had of
John Jaune, chaplain, to farm in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham, 20 July, 13 Hen. IV. Ch. 583.

John Germyn, esq., remits and quit-claims to John Bernard of
Akenham the whole of his right in all those fields lying in Shaldeford
medewe in Codenham, which John Jaune, late rector of Glemsford,
held of the gift of John Grermyn his brother or William Germyn his
father. Dated 5 Nov., 14 Hen. IV. Ch. 584.

Sir George Felb ry gge, kt., quit-claims to Simon Felbrygge all his
right in certain lands &c. which were John Jaune's, parson of the
church of Glemsford, in the villages of Codenham, Creeting All Saints,
Creeting St. Mary, and Creeting St. Olave.

Dated at Codenham the Tuesday next before the feast of St.
Matthew, apostle, 14 Hen. IV. \^With seal.'\ Ch. 584*.

Sir George Fylbrygge, kt., and others remit and quit-claim to
Robert Deynys, rector of Schatesham, all their right and claim in all
lands, rents, and services in the villages of Codenham, Creeting St.
Mary, Creeting All Saints, Creeting St. Olave, and Croffeld.

Dated 26 July, 3 Hen. V. Ch. 585.

"William Lexh .... of Little Walsyngham remits and quit-claims
all right in lands «fec. in Codenham and Cretyngg, in co. Suffolk, to
John Shardelowe, Thomas .... and others.

Dated 12 June, 10 Hen. V. Ch. 586.

John "Wyght, rector of Creeting All Saints, and . . . . of Creeting
aforesaid, grant to Margaret Sk . . . . and John her son three pieces
of land &c. in Codenham. Dated .... Hen. VL Ch. 587.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 461

SUFFOLK.
John Glemsford, John Baker of Codenham, and John Dore (?)
remit and quit- claim to Roger Pugyn of Codenham all their right in
certain land &c. in Codenham.

Dated the Saturday next after the feast of St. George the martyr,
I Hen. VI. Ch. 588.

Sir John .... kt., remits and quit-claims to William "Walker all
his right in lands, tenements, fields, &c. in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Thursday next after the feast of the
Nativity, 5 Hen. VI. [With seal] Gh. 589.

John .... stete of Hemyngston grants to John Skult of Codenham
two pieces of land in Codenham.

Dated .... St. Matthew, apostle, 5 Hen. VI. Gh. 590.

Power of attorney from "William Bech and others to John Skulte
and John Colman, jun., to deliver seisin to Robert Mersh, Robert
Smyth, and Thomas Hawell in 3 pieces of land lying in Codenham.
Dated 4 November, 14 Hen. VI. Ch. 591.

Sir Simon Felbrigge and sir Roger Drury, kts., demise to William
Wallere, William Petystre, and Robert, parson of Schatesham, all the
lands See. in Codynhara, Greeting All Saints, Greeting St. Mary, and
Greeting St. Olive, which were lately John Jaune's, parson of Glems-
ford.

Dated at Codynham the Monday next before the feast of St.
Gregory the pope, 14 Hen. VI. Gh. 592.

John Smyth demises to John Crane, Robert Hotot, and others all
his lands &c. in the parishes of Greeting All Saints, Greeting St. Mary,
Greeting St. Olive, and Codenham.

Dated at Greeting St. Mary . . . . B. V. M., 24 Hen. VL

\With seal^ Gh. 593,

Robert Havell of Nedham Market demises to John Crane and
others two pieces of land in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Tuesday next after the feast of the
Purification, 24 Hen. VI. Gh. 594.

Robert Smyth and others grant to John Crane, William Greene, and
others three pieces of land in Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Wednesday next after the feast of the
Purification of the B. V. M., 24 Hen. "VL. Gh. 595.

Robert Crane, esq,, grants to William Baldewyn of Codenham and
others, a piece of land called ' Snowyscroft ' in Codenham, paying %s,
annually for the same.

Dated at Codenham on the feast of the apostles Simon and Jude,
9 Ed. IV. Gh. 596.

Bond given by Anna Edgere of Codenham of .£1000 to William
Wallere, esq., payable at the feast of St. John the Baptist following
the date of this present writing.

Dated 4 February, 20 Hen. VIII. Gh. 598.



^62 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

Henry Wilbockys and others demise to sir Humphrey Wingfeld, kt.,
and others 1 8 messuages and certain land in the villages of Codenham,
Cretyng St. Mary, Cretyng All Saints, Cretyng St. Olave, Crowfeld
and Gosbacke. Dated .... 25 Henry VIII. Ch. 599.

John and Philip Bore quit-claim all right &c. in a certain lease
of lands, &c., made by Anne Edgare in her widowhood, and before
she intermarried with William Waller, to William Bore, for 30 years,
to Edmund Gossenold for the remainder of the term.

Dated 14 Feb., 27 Hen. VI 11. Ch. 600.

Indenture dated i Feb., 29 Hen. VIII, by which sir Humphrey
Wyngfeld, kt., demises to Robert Crane, esq., all the lands &c. called
Mimotts of the manor of Creting lying in Codenham, for 19 years,
paying annually £4 los. Ch. 601.

Indenture made 20 November, 38 Hen. YIII, by which John
Suthwell of Darham in the co. of Suffolk, esq., sells to Robert Crane
of Chilton in the co. of Suffolk, for £392 9s. lod., his lands, messuages,
&c. in the parishes of Codenham, Creeting St. Mary, Creeting All
Saints, Creeting St. Olave, Crowfeld, Gosbach and Edmyngston.

Ch. 602.

Robert Crane of Chilton, esq., grants and sells to Anne Talmage a
close called Bulleyarde in Codenham.

Dated 20 January, 2 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 603.

Sir William Brooke, kt., lord Cobham, and others recite an indenture
dated 14 July, 28 Elizabeth, and by this present deed at the request
of Robert Crane demise to him the said Robert certain lands, tenements
&c. called or known by the name of Bacons Thedwards, Cooks of Cranes'
marshes, and Gybbes in the parishes of Codenham &c. within the county
of Suffolk. Dated 20 May, 29 Elizabeth. Ch. 604.

Augustus Campe of Woodbridge grants to John Talemage of
Codenham a piece of arable land in Codenham.

Dated 14 October, 32 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 605.

Rental of Thewardys &c. in Codenham Sec. [Signed hy 'John
Southwell: [Temp. Elizabeth.] Ch. 606.

John Talemach of Codenham, yeoman, remits and confirms to sir
Robert Crane of Chilton, kt., certain premises in Codenham.

Dated 20 October, 7 James I. Ch. 607.

COKEFIELD. Final concord, dated on the morrow of the
Ascension, 33 Ed. I, between Nicholas de Cokfeld, plaintiff, and
Robert de Wytheringdenne and Margaret his wife, and John le Rede
and Milicent his wife, deforciants, by which they acknowledge the right
of the said Nicholas to ten acres of land in Cokfeld. Ch. 290.

COMBS, &c. Richard de Boylynd and Matilda his wife grant to
Roger fitz-Peter fitz-Roger fitz-Osbert and Sarah his wife 285. 4 Jc?. of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 463

SUFFOLK,
annual rents arising from lands &c. in Combs ('Cambes') and
elsewhere, (c. 1280.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 1286.

CORNARD (Great). John Musket, clerk, and others confirm to
"William Ive of Little Waldingfield and others, one croft and three
pieces of land lying in Cornard.

Dated 20 April, 30 Hen. VI. Ch. 291.

John Folo' of Sudbury and others enfeoff John Folo', Thomas
Ayloff, and others with all those lands and tenements in Grreat
Cornard, lately demised to them by "William Skalder and others.

Dated at Great Cornard, 4 September, 16 Ed. IV. [With seal]

Ch. 1287.

GORTON. John, the abbot, and convent of Leystone indemnify
Thomas, bp. of Norwich, and his successors, and the cathedral church
of Norwich, by reason of the appropriation of the parochial church of
Cortone of their patronage for first fruits, &c.

Dated at Leystone, 10 July, 1367. Ch. 222,

Inquisition of the value of the church of Corton, co. Suffolk, at the
command of Henry, bp. of Norwich, which church had been appro-
priated to the use of the abbot and convent of Leystone.

Dated 30 September, 1389. Ch. 223.

Illegible grant to Stephen Stares, dated at Corton, 7 Hen. V.

Ch. 858.

William Cook of Great Yarmouth grants to John Martyn one piece
of land in the fields of Corton.

Dated at Corton, 5 May, . . . Hen. YI. Ch. 859.

John . . . . , Eichard Prentys, and Richard Ive grant

four pieces of land in Corton. [Temp. Hen. YI.] [Decayed.]

Ch. 860.

Richard Wylde of Kessyngland confirms to Thomas Wylde of
Corton and others a messuage, curtilage, and garden in Corton.

Dated at Corton, . . . January, 21 Hen. YIII. Ch. 862.

Edward Jettor of Lowestoft grants to Robert Allen of Lowestoft the
whole of that inclosed piece of land &c. lying in Corton.

Dated at Corton, 10 September, . . . Philip and Mary. Ch. 863.

CORTON, BRADWELL, BELTON, and GORLESTON.

John Jernegan and others grant to John Jettour and others an
inclosure in the parish of Corton, and the said John Jernegan alone
grants to the said John Jettour and others all his lands, rents, &c. in
Bradwell, Belton, and Gorleston.

Dated at Bradwell, 20 August, 20 Hen. YIII. Ch. 861.

CRANESFORD. John, the abbot, and convent of Sybeton grant
to John, bishop of Norwich, their perpetual vicarage of Cranesford,
Norwich diocese.

Dated the 12 Kl. Novemb., 1309. [TFi^^ seal.] Ch. 234.



464 CALENDAR OF CHAETEE8, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
GREETING ST. MARY, GREETING ALL SAINTS, and
GREETING ST. OLIVE. Sir Ralph de Bockyngge, kt., appoints
Hamo del AVode his attorney to deliver seisin to William del Wode of
Greeting St. Mary of one curtilage in the same village.

Dated at Assch' near Helmingham the Sunday next after the
feast of St. Botulf, 20 Ed. III. [With seal.] [See Suffolk
Ch.,No. 626.] Ch. 1288.

Edmund Langeman of Codenham grants to John Colman, sen.,
son of John Colman of Codenham, one annual rent of 5s. going out
of those lands and tenements of his in Greeting St Mary and AH
Saints.

Dated at Codenham the Saturday in the feast of the Translation
of St. Thomas, martyr, 9 Hen. VI. [Withseali] Ch. 1289.

Gerard, son of Arnold de Stanham, chaplain, grants to the church
and canons of the Holy Trinity, Gipewic', in frankalmoign e, the whole
of his land with messuage and wood and appurtenances in Cretinge and
Stanham of the fee of the monks of Bernay, and the whole of his land in
Cretinge and Croffeld which he held of Randal de Braham, and the
whole of his land which he held of Gregory Glear in Croffeld and in
Codeham, and the whole of his land in Codeham, Croffeld, and
Bosemere which he held of the monks of Eya, paying annually 6d. ;
for this grant the said canons gave 20 marks of silver, (c. 1230.)

Ch. 205.

Mutilated grant to the prior and canons of the Holy Trinity,
Ipswich, of certain land in Greeting, (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 209.

An exchange made between the prior and convent of the Holy

Trinity of Ipswich, and Adam, son of William de Bolonia of Creating,

namely, that the said prior and convent gave to Adam four pieces of

land in the parishes of Creating and Codeham for two pieces in Creating.

(c. 1250-60.) Ch. 211.

Ralph le Cirri of Stepelcreting grants to Thomas Bresingham and
Petronilla his wife, for homage and service and 40s., one piece of land
in the parish of Stepelcreting. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 619.

Roger de Tusser grants to the church of the Holy Trinity, Ipswich,
7s. annual rent in Creting. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 208.

Philip Spot of Holebec grants to Robert, son of Alexander de
Sponere de Greeting St. Mary, for 20s. in hand paid, three pieces of
land in Steple Greeting, (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 620.

Geoffrey de Greeting, chaplain, grants to Margaret, relict of William
de Cyrescy, William de Huleye and Felicia his wife, seven-pence
halfpenny annual rents which Margaret held by the name of dower in
the village of Greeting All Saints.

Dated at Greeting St. Olave the Saturday after the feast of
St. Barnabas, 7 Ed. 11. Ch. 608.

Robert the Shepherd ('Bercarius'), of Gretingges St. Maiy, and Joan



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 465

SUFFOLK,
his wife, grant to William Wystlepays of Codenham and Atheles' his
wife and John their son one piece of land lying in the parish of
Cretingges All Saints.

Dated at Creetingges All Saints the Thursday next after the feast
of St. Mary Magdalen, 8 Ed. II. Ch. 609.

Hobert le Talyur of Greeting St. Olave grants to Ralph le Talyur
of Greeting St. Mary one piece of land in Greeting All Saints.

Dated at Greeting All Saints the Sunday next after the feast of
St. Peter, 10 Ed. II. Ch. 610.

John de Lodene, rector of Greeting All Saints, and Edmund de St.

Glano of Codynham grant to Bartholomew de Gyrsy and Alice his wife of

Greeting aforesaid all his lands and tenements in the villages of Greeting

St. Mary, All Saints, and St. Olave, Stonham Earls, and Codinham.

Dated at Greeting All Saints the Sunday next before the feast of

St. Barnabas, 10 Ed. II. Ch. 621.

Roger le Deneys of Godenham grants to Robert Spake of the same
place three pieces of land lying in the parish of Greeting All Saints.
Dated at Greeting All Saints the Wednesday next before the feast
of St. Andrew the apostle, 12 Ed. II. Ch. 611.

Bartholomew de Gyrescy and Alice his wife of Greeting All Saints
grant to sir William de Mandeville, chaplain of Greeting St. Mary,
certain pieces of land in the parish of Greeting St. Mary.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of the beheading of St. John
Bapt., 12 Ed. II. [With seal^ Ch. 622.

Robert de Bolonya of Greeting St. Mary grants to William
Wystlepays of Godenham one piece of pasture in Greeting St. Mary.
Dated at Greeting St. Mary the Thursday next after the feast of
the apostles SS. Simon and Jude, 17 Ed. II. Ch. 623.

Robert .... of Greeting St. Olave grants to Ralph le

of Greeting St. Mary one piece of land lying in the parish of Greeting
St. Mary. •-

Dated at Greeting St. Mary the Friday next before the feast of
St. Luke, evang., 17 Ed II. Ch. 624.

William de Henley and Felicia his wife of Stonham demise to

Richard Miles of Greetyng St. Olave a tenement in the parish of
Greetyng All Saints, for five years, at an annual rent of Ss.

Dated 19 Ed. IL [With seal.] Ch. 612,

Illegible charter, dated at Greeting St. Mary, 4 Ric. 11. Ch. 613.

Robert grants to John de Peckham, jun., certain land in



Dated at Greeting the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
archangel, 11 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 625.

Sir Ralph de Bockingg*, kt., grants to William del Wode of Greeting
St. Mary one curtilage in the same village.

Dated at Asseh near Helmingham the Sunday next after the feast
of St. Botolph, 20 Ed. III. [With seal.] Ch. 626.

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466 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Robert del Wode, vicar of Ays, near Helmingham, grants to John,
rector of the church of Schelton, and Philip . . . . , all his tenements,
lands, &c. in Greeting St. Mary and Codenham.

Dated at Codenham the Sunday in the feast of St. James the
apostle, 24 Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. 627.

Amisia, who was the wife of William del "Wode, of Creting
St. Mary, remits and quit-claims to Robert del Wode, perpetual
vicar of Assti, near Helmingham, all right and claim in lands, &c. in
Creting and Codenham.

Dated at Assti the Sunday next after the feast of St. Mary Magd.,
24 Ed. in. (7A. 628.

Agnes, daughter of John ...... of Creeting St. Olave, remits

and quit-claims to John de He . . . . , her father, all her right in

a messuage and land in Creeting St. Olave.

Dated there 34 Ed. III. Ch. 633.

Thomas Sefowl of Creeting St. Mary appoints John Bugge his
attorney to deliver to Robert Strotyl and William Crispin, of Creeting
All Saints, seisin of his lands, &c. in Creeting aforesaid.

Dated at Creeting the Saturday on the feast of the Nativ. B.V.M.,
4 Ric. n. Ch. 629.

John Pyn, sen., and John Smyth of Creeting All Saints, grant to
William Crane of Stowmarket and Agnes his wife one tenement with
lands and pasture which they had by the gift of Thomas Sefowl of
Creeting St. Mary.

Dated at Creeting St. Mary the Thursday next after the feast of
St. Martin, bp., 5 Ric. 11. Ch. 630.

Neuetone of Ipswich grants to John a messuage

situated in the village of Creeting All Saints.

Dated at Creeting All Saints the Thursday next before the feast
of St. Matthew, apostle, 8 Rich. 11. CA. 614.

John Broun of Codenham grants to Thomas Havele of Codenham
one piece of land in the parish of Creeting All Saints.

Dated at Creeting All Saints the Tuesday next after the feast of
St. John ante port. Lat., 19 Ric. 11. Ch. 61^.

Indenture made between the prior of the Holy Trinity, Ipswich,
and the convent, of the one part, and William Crane of Creting
St. Mary of the other, witnesseth that the said prior and convent
have granted to farm to the said William all their lands, tenements, &c.
in the villages of Creting St. Mary, Creting All Saints, Creting
St. Olive, Stonham Earls, Stonham Jerningham, Codenham, and
Cressfield, for 1 2 years, paying annually six marks of silver.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael, 2 1 Rich. II.

Ch. 216.

William Crane of Codenham grants to Robert de Bradestrete of
Creeting All Saints one tenement in the parish of Creeting St. Mary.
Dated on the day of the beheading of St. John Baptist, 8 Hen. IV.

Ch. 632.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 467

SUFFOLK.

John atte Mersh of Greeting All Saints grants to Richard atte Mersh

his son and Robert of Colcliester certain lands and tenements,

&c. in the parishes of Greeting All Saints, Greeting St. Mary, Godenham,
and Growfeld. [Temp. Hen. lY.] Ch. 6i6.

Memorandum concerning the tenements of the priory of the Holy
Trinity, Ipswich, of the manor of Gretinge. Ch. 217.

John Skut of Stonham Earls grants to John Denny of Stonham
Aspall, Thomas Upston, and Robert Shorn, three pieces of land in
Greeting All Saints.

Dated at Greeting All Saints, 21 Dec, 11 Ed. IV. Ch. 617.

The will of William Holbat, dated 1477. Ch. 634.

Edward and John Grane, gentlemen, remit and quit-claim to "William
Thomas of Growfield and William Gooke of Greeting to the use of Robert
Crane of Ghilton all tlieir right in lands, &c. in Greeting All Saints.
Dated 20 July, . . Hen.YIII. Ch. 6i8.



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