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Indenture dated 19 Jan., 20 Hen, VII, witnesseth that the prior
and convent of Ipswich have granted to Agnes Grane, widow, their
manor called Mynyotts in Greting and Godenham for 3 1 years, at an
annual rent of £4 los. Ch. 218.

CROWFIELD. John Gerbote of Greeting All Saints grants to
John del Wode of Growfeld, chaplain, one piece of land in Growfeld.
Dated the Sunday next before the feast of St. Peter, 9 Ed. II.
[With seal.] Ch, 6^^.

CRUCHESTOKE, co. Norfolk. Isabella, daughter of Thomas
de Rikinghale, grants to John de Valibus (Yaux), son of Oliver de
Valibus (Yaux), 6d. of annual rent from a tenement in the fields of
Gruchestoke. (c. 1250—60.) Ch. 1290.

CULPHO. Letters patent of K. Henry VIII, dated 12 May, 32nd
of his reign, granting to Thomas Bacon, esq., the manor of Hessett,
CO. Suffolk, formerly belonging to the abbey of Bury St. Edmund,
and the manor of Gulpho, co. Suffolk, which belonged to the priory of
Leyston, for £249 7s. iid. Ch. 153.

CULPHO and TUDNAM. Indenture made 20 December,
I Elizabeth, by which Robert King, in consideration of a marriage
between himself and Anne Withepoll and 200 marks, covenants with
Edmund Withepoll to assure to the said Anne .£20 annually from
lands in Gulphoe and Tudnam, co. Suff. Ch. 1291.

DEBACH. William Gouthe of Gloptone, on the vigil of Easter,
31 Ed. I, grants to John, son of Alexander Norman of Gloptone, one
piece of land in the parish of Debach. Ch. 1292.

DEBENHAM. Composition between the prior and convent of
Ely as appropriators of the church of Winston of the one part, and
the prior and convent of Butley as appropriators of the church of
Debenham of the other, concerning the right to certain tithes.

Dated at Butley, 4 June, 35 Ed. III. Ch. 193.

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468 CALEN"DAE, OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

DEBENHAM and ASPAL. Thomas Bedyngfeld, William
Pakke of Bedyngfeld, William Revet of Ryshanglys and Robert
Chittyng, late of Southall, demise to Robert Lyis of Aspale, Jane
Pecot, and others, lands, tenements, &c. in Debynham and Aspale.

Dated at Aspale, 4 Feb., 20 Hen. VII. Ch. 1293.

DENHAM. The inquisition post-mortem on sir Edward Lewknor,
kt., taken at Bury St. Edmund 22 January, 3 James I. Ch. 1294.

DODNASH (Priory of). A fragment of a roll containing seven
deeds of lands, &c. in the parish of Dodnash. [Temp. Ed. II.] Ch. 195.

(a) Maurice de Dodenach grants the whole of his land of Langelond of
the fee of Morrell to Thos. de Dodenach his brother, in exchange
for land of the fee of the prior of the Holy Trinity at ' Stares-
boteswelle.'

(6) Maurice de Dodnash grants to Thomas de Dodnash his brother,
for his homage and service and for half a mark, the whole of his
land called Lagelond of the fee of Morrell, for an annual rent of lod.

(c) Sir Hubert de Briseworth, kt., grants to Thomas de Dodenach
the whole of the tenement which he held of Maurice de Dodenach
his brother in the village of Bentleye, viz. of Morrell's fee, as is
witnessed in the same charter.

(c?) Dymierus, son of Hervey de Dodenash, grants to Thomas, son of
Maurice de Dodenash his uncle, for his homage and service, the
whole part of the mill of Dodenash.

{efg) Illegible.

Indenture dated at Dodenasch the Monday next before the feast of
St. Michael, i Rich. II, by which the prior and convent of Dodnash
demise to John Cubbuc, sen., and John Cubbuc, jun., lands in Matyng-
stone, Benteleye, &c. for 9 years, paying annually 6s. 8c?. Ch. 196.

DUNWICH. Certificate of the bailiffs and burgesses, &c. of
Dunwich given to Thomas Mighells of Leystoft, reciting charter of
K. John relieving the burgesses of Dunwich from toll, &c., and that
the said Thomas Mighells is a burgess of Dunwich.

Dated 10 Nov., 1678. Ch. 1192.

EDWARDSTON, &c. John Adam of Edwardston grants to
John Westone of Newetone and Alice his wife all his tenements &c.
in the villages of Edwardston, Great and Little Waldingfield, Meldyng,
Grotene, and Meldyng.

Dated at Edwardeston the last day of Jan., 15 Rich. II. Ch. 292.

John Schepherd of Great Waldingfeld and Thomas Smyth of
Colne grant to Roger Potter of Edwardeston and others all their
lands and tenements in the village and fields of Edwardeston and
Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Edwardiston the Monday in Easter week, 2 2 Rich. II.

Ch. 293.



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SUFFOLK.

John Weston of N . . . . grants to John Ly .... of Edwardston all
lands, rents, and services which he had by feoffment of John Adam
of Edwardston in the village of Edwardston.

Dated at Edwardston on the feast of St. John Bapt., 8 Hen. IV.

CJi. 294.

Illegible charter, dated 9 Hen. IV. Ch. 295.

John Chilton of Colchester and John Lynne of Edwardston confirm
to John Algood of Colchester and others all their lands and tenements
in the villages of Edwardston, Great and Little Waldingfield, Groton,
and Meldynge. Dated at Edwardston, 26 Jan., 9 Hen. V. [ With seals^

Ch. 296.

Thomas Martell of Boxford and others constitute Richard Crowche
and others their attorneys to deliver seisin to Ellen, who was the wife
of John Lynne of Edwardston, of all lands, rents, &c. in Edwardston,
Great and Little Waldingfield, Groton, and Meldyng.

Dated at Edwardston, 22 Jan., 9 Hen. V. [With seal.^ Ch. 297.

Walter atte Wode of Edwardston grants to William Groten, son of
John Groten, and others, all the lands and tenements, rents and
services, &c. which were Thomas Groten's in Edwardston.

Dated at Edwardston the Monday next after the feast

3 Hen. VI. [With seal] Ch. 298.

Geoffrey Herry de Fornham All Saints and Peter Gervays of
Sudbury grant to John Algood de Colchester and others their whole
right and claim in lands, rents, «fec. formerly John Adam's and after-
wards John Lynne's in the villages of Edwardston, Great and Little
Waldingfield, and Meldyng.

Dated at Edwardston, 7 Nov., 4 Hen. VI. Ch. 299.

John Potter of Edwardeston grants to John Teryngton, clerk, of
Sprouton, and William Englissh certain lands and tenements in Ed-
wardeston and Great and Little Waldingfield.

Dated at Edwardeston, 29 July, lo Ed. IV. Ch. 300.

Thomas Appulton and others demise to John Colman and others
certain crofts and lands in Edwardston and Great Waldingfield.

Dated at Edwardston, 20 May, 15 Hen. VII. [Partly illegible^

Ch. 301.

Thomas Appulton, gent., and others confirm to John Smyth and
others two messuages and two crofts adjacent and one piece of
meadow lying together in the village of Edwardeston.

Dated at Edwardeston, i October, 13 Hen. VII. Ch. 302,

John Algood of Colchester, Ellen his wife, and Peter Creke, clerk,
demise to sir Robert Corbet, kt., Thomas Wode, and others, all their
lands, rents, &c. which they acquired by the gift and feoffment of John
Chilton of Colchester and John Lynne of Edwardston, situated in the
villages of Edwardston, Great and Little Waldyngfelde, Groten, and
Meldyngge.

Dated at Edwardston, 29 June, 28 Henry VI. Ch. 303.



470 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

William Baker of Edwardston and others grant to the lady
Katherine Colman, late wife of John Colman, and others, certain land
called Colman's Crofte in Edwardston.

Dated at Edwardston, 27 October, 6 Hen. YIII. Ch. 304.

Roger Marten of Long Melford remits and quit-claims to Edward
Colman of Little Waldingfield all his right in six messuages and
lands in Edwardston, Great and Little Waldingfeld, Groton, and
Meldinge. Dated i December, 3 Ed. YI. Gh. 305.

Illegible charter. [With seals.'] Ch. 1295.

John Lynne of Edwardston grants to Thomas Martell, esq., and
others, all his lands, tenements, &c. in the villages of Edwardston,
Great and Little Waldingfield, Groten, and Mildynge.

Dated at Edwardston, 26 August, 8 Hen. V. [With seal^

Ch. 1296.

ELVEDON. William . . son of Warine of Elve-

dune grants to of Elvedune. [Illegible.] Ch. 1297.

William de Leirlinge, rector of the church of Lerlinge, remits and
quit-claims to Richard de Lerlinge his son all his right in all lands
and tenements which the said Richard holds in Elvedon.

Dated at Lerling the after the feast of the Holy Trinity,

..Ed.IL a. 794.

William de Lerlinge, rector of the church of Lerlinge, grants to
Richard de Lerlinge, William and Robert his sons, his messuage in
Elvedon. [Temp. Ed. L] Ch. 1 298.

Illegible will. Ch. 1299.

ERYSWELL. Final concord between Robert de Tudenham, kt.,
and John, abbot of Bury St. Edmund, dated 15 Ed. I, by which for
certain considerations he renounces all claim and recognises the right
of the abbot and convent of Bury to a view of frankpledge for the
village of Eryswell. Ch. 93.

ESTON. Ralph de Beauchamp confirms to the hospital of St. Peter

in St. Edmund, in frankalmoigne, sixpence from his demesne at Eston.

(c. 1210-20.) Ch. 13.

EUSTON. Edward Rokewoode of Euston, esq., son and heir of
Roger Rokewoode, late of Euston, confirms to master William Focer,
clerk, the whole of his manor of Euston with the advowson of the
church. Dated at Euston, 20 August, 5 Hen. VIII. Ch. 1300.

FAKENHAM, &c. An exemplification of a recovery inrolled
Easter term, 20 and 21 Henry VIII, Roll 104, by which Richard
Candysshe, William Latymer, John Valentyne, Robert Goodwyn, and
Robert Bobet(?) impleaded Robert Brounde concerning the manors
of Payton hall, Russells in Fakenham, and Russells in Chesylford, with
appurtenances, and likewise certain land, brushwood, rent, &c. in
Fakenham Chesylford, Bewedesey, Alderton, Sutton, Shatesham,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 471

SUFFOLK.

Kyrton, Walton, Orford, Whavensden, Sudborn, Rampfold, and
Ipswich. Dated at Westminster, 28 April, 21 Henry VIII. Ch. 1301.

FLIXTON. John, son and heir of William Fuston, grants to
Bobert Jetour of Lowestoft and others two pieces of land contain-
ing ten acres lying in Flixton, also certain land and a messuage in
riixton.

Dated at Flixton on the feast of St. Nicholas, bp., 1 7 Hen. VII.

Ch. 864.

Indenture dated 4 April, 18 Hen. VIII, by which Agnes, late
wife of Robert Stares of Blundeston, and William Wrentham, executors
of the will of the said Robert Stares, sell to John Harvy of Oulton
a close of ten acres and a piece of copyhold in Flixton, co. Suflf.

Ch. 865.

Indenture dated 6 April 2 2 (1) Queen Elizabeth, by which John
Jernegan of Somerleyton demises to John Warde one marsh in the
village of Flixton for 800 years at an annual rent of 6s. %d. Ch. 866.

William Sydnor and Henry his son grant to Robert Mighells a tene-
ment situated in the village of Flixton.

Dated 3 Oct., 30 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 867.

Institution by the archbishop of Canterbury, in consequence of a
vacancy in the see of Norwich, of Clement Bacon, priest, to the church
of Flixton, on the presentation of the Crown.

Dated 25 Nov. 1602. Ch. 868.

Indenture made 30 March, 8 James I, by which Clement Bacon,
parson of Flixton, leases to John Symonds his rectory &c. of Flixton
for 21 years at an annual rent of los. Ch. 869.

Edward Elles of Blundeston and IJmfrey Croswell of the same place
quit-claim to sir John Wentworth all their right and claim to com-
monage in Flixton Fermside.

Dated 23 December, 5 Chas. I. Ch. 870.

Indenture made 29 June, 5 Charles I, by which Anthony Wil-
kinson of Burnam Westgate, co. Norfolk, demises to Sir John
Wentworth the free chapel or rectory of Flixton for 40 years.

Ch. 871.

FLIXTON, OTTLTON, BLUNDESTON, GORTON, and
BELTON. Richard Migell of Lowstofte grants to Robert Migell
his son, in consideration of a marriage between him and Joan Gadding,
daughter of Edward Gadding, certain lands, tenements, rents, &c.,
lying and being in the above villages. [With seaZ.]

Dated Ch. 865*.

FORNHAM. Richard, son of Anchisis of St. Edmund, quit-claims,
in the hundred of Thingboghe, for him and his heirs, to Thomas the
goldsmith of St. Edmund and his heirs, the whole service of William,
son of Alric of the monastery, viz. 3s. which he owed him of the
whole fee he held in the field towards Fomham. For this quit-claim



472 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK,
the said Thomas gave 3 marks of silver and one of gold. (c. 1190-
1200.) Gh. 15.

Samson, the abbot of St. Edmund, grants to Henry, son of
Thurstan, and his heirs, the mill called ' Salemundesforde,' with land
and all annual rents of 27s. less 2d. accustomed to be paid at the court
at Fornham ; to hold by free service for the payment annually at the
court of Fornham 30s. ; also he grants eight acres at ' Hemegrethe ' at
2». annual rent, (i 184-12 11.) Ch. 21.

Samson, the abbot of St. Edmund, grants to Ailmar, son of Ailward
de Fornham, the mill which is called * Ailmeres Melne ' at a rent of 30s. ;
also a little field, for which he is to render to the court of Fornham
seven ploughshares &c., to hold the same by heirship. (11 84-1 2 11.)

Ch. 23.

Robert de Livermere, son of Humphrey of St. Edmund, grants to the
church of St. Edmund and the monks there, in frankalmoigne, all the
tenements, with messuages &c., which Nicholas, son of Walter his uncle,
held in the village of Fornham with 2 s. annual rent. (c. 1210-20.)

Ch.35'

Thomas the goldsmith, of St. Edmund, sells and quit-claims to

the hospital of St. Saviour the service &c. of William, son of Elric of the

monastery, viz. 35. of his fee in the fields of Fornham. (c. 1240-50.)

[With seal] Ch. 49.

John, son of Alured de Fornham, grants to Peter de Burgo, for his
homage and service and for los., half an acre of land in Fornham, at
an annual rent of id. for all services, (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 60.

William de Shellond grants to sir Richard, the abbot, and convent
of St. Edmund, in frankalmoigne, 6d. of annual quit-rent arising out
of five acres of arable land in Fornham.

Dated at St. Edmund the Monday next after the feast of the
Invention of the Cross, 19 Ed. 11. [With seal.'] Ch. loi.

John de Fleucton, chaplain, grants to the abbot and convent of
St. Edmund a messuage and 35 acres and a half of land in Fornham.
Dated at Fornham All Saints, the Thursday on the morrow of
St. Laurence, 29 Ed. III. Ch. 106.

FOXHALL, CODDENHAM, CRETING, and STONHAM.

Sir Thomas Pope, kt., for a certain consideration demises to sir John
Jermy, kt., the manors of Foxhall, Codenham, Creting, and Stonham.
Dated 20 September, 37 Hen. VIII. Ch. 1302.

FRAMLINGHAM. Richard de Swynbume, master of the
grammar schools of Framlingham, and Joan his wife, daughter of
Geoffrey Dynes, grant to John de Paston of the same place one piece
of pasture called ' Herstwelille.'

Dated at Framlingham the ... . after the feast of the apostles
SS. Peter and Paul. . . Ed. III. Ch. 1303.

FRITTON. John Pekkere, vintner, of London, remits and quit-



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 473

SUFFOLK,
claims to sir John Fastolf, knight, and others, all his right and claim
to the manor of Freton in Freton called Caldecotes, and to rents and
tenements in Freton and Belton.

Dated 12 March, 12 Hen. VI. Ch. 873.

Indenture dated . . . June, 29 Elizabeth, by which John Kemp of
Antyngham, Norfolk, leases to William Sydnor of Blundeston the
waters and fishing of the manor of Calcott within the parish of Fritton
for . . . years, paying annually for the same a certain quantity of
fish. Ch. 874.

Indenture made . . . James I, between'William Sydnor of Blunston,

in the county of Suffolk, esquire, and , being a grant of

the manor of Fritton to William Tampon. [Mutilated^ Ch. 875.

Mutilated agreement between John de Fritton of the one part^
and Ch. 872.

GISSING, CO. Norfolk. Confirmation by the prior and convent
of Norwich of the appropriation of the church of Oyssing to the
monastery of Buttley. Dated circa 1266. Ch. 191.

GLEMSFORD, &c. Robert, son of Walter de Glemsford, grants
to Richard, son of Richard de Crungetorp, for his homage and service
and 2 05., 2 acres 3 J roods of arable land in Glemsford, paying annually
I2d. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 306.

Robert Hovden of Glemsford grants to John, son of Richard Aylyth
of the same place, and Beatrice his wife, one piece of meadow in

Glemsford. Dated at Glemsford 9 Ed. II. [Mutilated.']

Ch. 307.

John, son of Robert Hoveden of Glemsford, grants to Geoffrey de

Heneye and Matilda his daughter one piece of arable land in Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford the Sunday next after the feast of St.

' Michael, 17 Ed. II. Ch. 308.

Charter illegible and mutilated. Ch. 309.

Andrew Attesfen', Gilbert Chaumbr', and Adam Rande of Glems-
ford grant to William Attesfen land &c. lying in Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 10 November, 6 Hen. IV. [Mutilated^

Ch. 310.

Will of Thomas Caleys of Glemsford, gentleman, made at Storteford,
CO. Hertford, Sunday, 21 June, 1439, ^7 Hen. VI. Ch. 311.

Decree of John Lyndefeld, Dean of Arches, and commissary of the
archbishop of Canterbury, concerning the will of Thomas Caleys of
Glemsford. [Temp. Hen. VL] Ch. 312.

William Attesfen' of Glemsford grants to John Susanne of the same
place the whole of a messuage, garden, and croft, antiently called
Reyston Walle, in Glemsford, together with other lands situated in the
same village. Dated at Glemsford, 8 July, 20 Hen. VI. Ch. 313.



474 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
"William Panell (?) and others demise to John Petywette and others
one croft of land lying in the village of Glemsford.

Dated 29 April, 21 Hen. VI. [Mutilated.] Ch. 314.

Walter Caleys, alias Ymworthe, citizen and merchant tailor of
London, son and heir of Thomas Caleys, alias Ymworth, of Glems-
ford, deceased, grants to Walter Cotton of Glemsford and others all
his lands, tenements, services, &c., formerly his father's, in Glemsford,
Cavendish, Boxstead, and Stonstead.

Dated at Glemsford, 4 May, 22 Hen. YL Ch. 315.

Indenture made 2 December, 26 Hen. VI, between Walter Caleys of
Glemsford of the one part, and Robert Snowe of Storteford of the other
part, witnesseth that whereas the said Walter is bound in a sum of
200 marks by a bond dated as above to Thomas Bawd, squier, and
others, payable at Whitsuntide next, upon condition that he shall sue
Robard Trygge for all the lands in Glemsford, Milford, Stansted,
Bokstede, and Cavendyssh, which the said Walter late made an estate
of trust to the said Robard, and that the said lands shall remain to
Walter and his heirs, and in default to Robert Snow and Elizabeth his
wife and the heirs of the said Elizabeth. In default bond to stand
good. Ch. 316.

John Gardyner and Richard .... of Glemsford grant to Robert
Rete, William Sowhele, John Sowhele, and others, one piece of land
called Kyllelong in Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 2 November, . . . Hen. VT. [ With seals.'\

a. 317.

John, son of John Roote of Glemsford, grants to John Skynnere of
Glemsford and others two crofts of arable land and four pieces of
land lying in the village of Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 14 September, 28 Hen. YL Ch. 318.

Walter Wbytebred of London quit-claims to John Dalton, clerk,
and others, all his right and claim in the manor of Caleys and all that
belongs to it in the villages of Glemsford, Cavendish, Boxsted, and
Stansted. Dated at Glemsford, 2 March, 28 Hen. VI. Ch.'^ig.

John Susanne of Glemsford demises to William Attefen and
Katherine his wife, and others, a messuage, garden, &c. in Glemsford,
and certain land lying within the same parish called ' Boystourwalle.'
Dated at Glemsford, 24 July, 29 Hen. VL Ch. 320.

John Skynnere of Glemsford, and John Glemsford, otherwise called
John Trokett of Somerton, grant to Robert Warde of Glemsford and
others one piece of land in the parish of Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford . . . May, 30 Hen. YL Ch. 321.

Agnes, late the wife of Thomas Boure of Heseth, daughter and
heir of Baldwin de Tilney, grants to John Alynton and others all her
lands, rents, &c. in Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 8 January, 37 Hen. VI. Ch. 3-2 2.

John Fuller of Glemsford grants to ... . one piece of land in
Glemsford. Dated at Glemsford, 2 October, 38 Hen. VI. Ch. 323.



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SUFFOLK.

John Fullere of Somerton and Thomas Strut of Glemsford grant
to Jolm "West, parson of the church of Stansted, and others, one piece
of land in Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 2 October, 38 Hen. YI. Ch. 324.

William .... of Glemsford and John Bakere demise to John atte
Hoo and others a messuage and all that belongs to it in Glemsford.
Dated at Glemsford, 20 January, 38 Hen. YI. Gh. 325.

Thomas Goldyng of Glemsford and John Goldyng of the same place
demise to Y^illiam and John Petywatte of Glemsford one croft of land
in the way called ' Fremanstrete.'

Dated at Glemsford, 30 October, 11 Ed. lY. [With seal.']

Ch. 326.

John Clopton, esq., "William Chapman, gentleman, William Ravelyn
of Glemsford, and John Goreyng demise to Richard Hollys of
Glemsford and others a piece of arable land in Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 6 April, 13 Ed. lY. Ch. 327.

Richard Ward of Glemsford demises to John Golding and others
all his lands, tenements, &c. in Glemsford and Cavendish.

Dated at Glemsford, ... 18 Ed. lY. Ch. 328.

John Clopton and Thomas Strut grant to Richard Ward and others
one piece of pasture in the village of Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 20 May (?), 2 Rich. III. Ch. 329.

Edmund Felton of Sudbury quit-claims to John Goldyng, sen., of
Glemsford, all his right and claim in three pieces of arable land in
Gravell pette feld in Glemsford.

Dated 6 June, 9 Hen. YII. Ch. 330.

Richard Warde of Glemsford confirms to William Hillis, John
Goldyng, sen., of Glemsford, John Goldyng, sen., of Poslyngforth,
Thomas Strut, and John Goldyng, son of John Goldyng of Glemsford,
one croft of arable land &c. called Chambyristcroft lying in Glemsford,
also one piece of land lying in Pentlow, co. Essex, and he appoints
John Cobbe and Richard Greene of Glemsford his attorneys to deliver
seisin of the same.

Dated at Glemsford, 13 February, 18 Hen. YII. Ch. 331.

Memorandum from the court roll, 20 Hen. YII, passing certain
land from the lord to John Tebbe and his heirs, according to the
custom of the manor. Ch. 332.

Indenture made 20 October, 22 Hen. YII, by which Joan Warde,
late wife of Rychard Warde of Glemsford, and John Warde her son,
agree to pay unto Giles Elise of Long Melford the rent of a piece of
ground in Glemsford that Richard Warde in his lifetime exchanged
with Jamys Millis of Glemsford, and since has been sold unto the said
Giles Elise. Ch. 333.



476 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

Thomas, son and heir of John Miller late of Glemsford, grants to

Giles Elice of Melford, and others, lands, tenements, &c. in Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 23 Hen. VII. [Decayed.] Ch. 334.

Memorandum that at the court of the manor of Caleis in Glemsford,
held there the Friday next after the feast of St. Lucy the virgin,
24 Hen. VII, the lord granted to Walter Soppyng one piece of land
lying opposite to * Mille Strete.' Ch. 335.

William Hillys of Danbury in Essex, in performance of a certain
agreement between him and John Brewster of Glemsford, grants to
the said John a messuage, garden, and land in Glemsford.

Dated . . . July, 29 Hen. VIII. Ch. 336.

John Wright of Glemsford quit-claims to Thomas Manwode of
Glemsford all his right in certain lands and tenements in Glemsford.
Dated at Glemsford, 14 June, 6 Hen. VIII. Ch. 337.

Memorandum that at a manor court for Methwolds and Wymbolds
in the parish of Glemsford, held the Tuesday on the feast of St.
Dionisius, 7 Hen. VIII, William Medewold, esq., granted to Margery
Jakis, widow, one tenement called Culstone, with a garden &c., by the
service of 6s. 8d. annually and one capon. Ch. 338,

At a court of William Medewold, esq., held the Tuesday on the
feast of St. Dionisius, 7 Hen. VIII, John Hall delivered into the
hands of the lord a little meadow for the use of Walter Berdfeld, to
hold the same according to the custom of the manor. Ch. 339.

John Petywatt of Glemsford, clothmaker, confirms to John
Holborowe, William Holborowe, and others three pieces of arable land
in Glemsford. Dated 20 May, 20 Hen. VIII. Ch. 340.

Richard Redyngton of Glemsford in Suffolk, kerver, acknowledges
to have received of John Smyth of Cavendish, gent., by the hands of
Robert Ailmer of Glemsford, five marks sterling in part payment of a
greater sum for a tenement lying in Glemsford.

Dated 13 January, 23 Hen. VIII. Ch. 341.

John Goldynge att Angell of Glemsford, clothmaker, in consideration
of the receipt of .£30 6s. 8d., sells to John Smythe land, tenements,
wood, &c. in the parish of Glemsford.

Dated at Glemsford, 2 April, 27 Hen. VIII. Ch. 342.

John Raye of Denardston, yeoman, quit-claims to Thomas Manwode
of Glemsford all right in three crofts, one piece of arable land, and a



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