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Skeith of Ipswich, by the name of dowry, of Hubert her husband, all
her right in a piece of meadow, (c. 1280-90.) Ch. 1324.

An order of Thomas, earl of Dorset, admiral of England, Ouienne,
and Ireland, to Saundre Scot, master of the Mary of Epeswiche, to
receive on board and carry into England Guy Corbet and Robert
White, with 10 of their attendants.

Dated at Burdeux, 5 January, 14 Hen. IV. Ch. 1326.

Indenture made at Ipswioc . . . . , 3 Henry V, between John Pyke,

prior of the Holy Trinity, Gyppewyc', and John of the other

part, assigning his manor of Menyotys for a term of years. Ch. 1325.

Indenture made 16 July, 4 Q. Elizabeth, reciting the bequest of
Henry Tooley, and the surrender to the mayor and corporation of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 487

SUFFOLK.
Ispswicli, of the lands, &c. given for the foundation of an hospital at
Ipswich. C/i. 1327.

Bond in £200 given by Humphrey Seckford of Ipswich, gent., to
William Cornwallis, esq., payable 14 Oct., 34 Eliz. Ch. 1328.

IXNING. Indenture made between Laurence Abbot, citizen and
mercer of London, on the one part, and Walter Cotton, citizen and
mercer of London, and Richard Sturgeon of the other part, reciting
a bond of the i6th November, 14 Hen. VI, in £2000.

Dated 20 November, 14 Henry VI. Ch. 1329.

KENTON. Francis Colby of Kenton, esq., remits and quit-claims
to Nicholas Grarneys of Little Reddesham, and Charles Garneys his
son, all his right to the whole of a mansion called Kenton Hall in the
parish of Kenton. Dated 27 March, 44 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 1330.

Francis Colby of Kenton, co. Suffolk, remits and quit-claims to
Thomas Cleere of Stokesby and others, all his right in a capital
messuage called Kenton Hall in Kenton.

Dated 23 Dec, 45 Eliz. • Ch. 1331.

KNODISHALL. Robert, son of William, son of Hervy of
Rendham, and Christiana his wife, grant to Thomas the cook, of
Badingham, one piece of land called 'le Heygh' in the village of
Cnodeshale. (c. 1250-60.) (7A. 1178.

Theobald de Leestun, son of William de Leestun, grants to Julian
de Braham and Katherine his wife, certain lands in the villages of
Cnodeshale and Leestun. (c. 1230-40.) CA. 1179.

Roger Gerard of Leystone grants to William Russe, for 2 J marks, one
acre of land in the village of Cnodeshale. (c. 1 290-1 300.) Ch. iiBo.

Richard de Braham grants to Roger de Braham certain land in the
village of Cnodeshale.

Dated at Cnodeshale on Palm Sunday, 18 Ed. I. Ch. 1181.

Richard, son of Julian de Braham of Cnodeshale, grants to Robert
Reynal and Alditha his wife of Leystone, one piece of land in
Cnodeshale. (c. 1280.) Ch.11^2.

William, the abbot, and the convent of Leystone grant to

and his wife, four pieces of land lying in the village of

Knoteshale. Ch. 226.

Christiana, relict of Robert de Rindham, quit-claims to Thomas
Cook of Cnodeshale all her right in two pieces of land in Cnodeshale.
(c. 1280.) CA. 1183.

Alditha, wife of Robert Reynald of Cnodeshale, grants to William,
son of John de Leystone, one piece of land called ' Hennesrode ' in
Cnodeshale.

Dated at Cnodeshale the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
Barnabas, 29 Ed. I. Ch. 11 84.



488 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Robert, son of Adam Gerard of Leystone, grants to John Peres and
Helen his wife of Leystone one piece of land in Cnodeshale.

Dated at Cnodeshale the Tuesday next after the feast of St.
Michael, 31 Ed. L Gh. 1185.

Adam Gerard and Margery his wife of Leystone grant to Robert
their son the half of one piece of land in tlie village of Cnodeshale.

Dated at Cnodeshale the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Andrew, 31 Ed. L Ch. 11 86.

Peter Cosyn of "Wysete grants to Peter, son of Adam of the Church,
the younger ('junior'), one piece of land in the village of Cnodeshale.
Dated at Cnodeshale the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Valentine, 10 Ed. IL , Oh. iiS^.

Roger Cruke of Knodishal grants to John de Braham and John his
son one piece of land lying in the village of Knodishal.

Dated at Knodishale the Sunday on the feast of St. Gregory, 1 1
Ed. IL Ch. 1 1S8.

"Warine Bygot of Knodeshale grants to William of Knodeshale,

William his son, and Alice his wife, one piece of land in the village of
Knodeshale.

Dated at Knodeshale on St. Luke's day, i Ed. III. Ch. 11 89.

Seman de Resschmere of Freston grants to Matilda his daughter
one piece of laud in Knodeshale.

Dated at Freston the Sunday next after the feast of St. Andrew,
i4Ed. IIL Ch.ijgo.

John Jordan of Leyston grants to Richard de Lealford, clerk,
certain lands, &c. in Knodeshale.

Dated at Wyston, 14 December, 4 Hen. YII. Ch. 1191.

IiAVENHAM. Writ of King Edward III to the bailiff of
St. Edmund, reciting a grant to Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford, re-
leasing his tenants &c. of his manor of Lavenham from paying toll
throughout the kingdom, and commanding the bailiff not to molest or
distrain for toll when the said tenants shall come to St. Edmund's.
Tested at Windsor, 22 Feb., 4 of his reign. Ch. 352.

LEISTON. Theobald, son of William de Leystone, grants to
William his brother one acre of land in Leystone, at an annual rent of
2d. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1 199.

Confirmation by John, archbishop of Canterbury, of the appropriation
of the churches of Leystone with the chapel of Syswell, Aldringham,
Middleton, and Colpho, to the abbot and convent of Leystone.

Dated at Butley, 4 Kl. Mar., 1280. Ch. 226.

John de Braham, and Thomas, son of William Austyn of Dunwich,
remit and quit-claim to William, son of John de Leystone, all right
in lands and tenements in Leystone, Cnodeshale, and Buxlow.

Dated at Leystone the Tuesday next after the feast of St. John
ante port. Lat., 8 Edw. III. Ch. 1200.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 489

SUFFOLK.
Adam Hollok of Westylton quit-claims to ... . Letewene of Leyston
and Roger Pottok all right of action, &c.

Dated at Leyston the Friday next after ,4 Rich. II.

Ch. 1 201.

Alice, relict of John de Thorp of Leyston, grants to William
Bokele of Leyston and Robert Dersham of Brampton all his lands
which he holds in fee simple in the soke of Leiston ('in soka de
Leyston ').

Dated at Leyston the Friday on the feast of St. Margaret, virgin
and martyr, 21 Rich. 11. Ch. 1202.

Clement, abbot of Leystone, &c., appoints Richard Robtson and
"William Hyward to deliver in their name to John Jenney, sen., and
William Jenney his son, certain messuages and tenements in Leystone,
Knodeshale, &c. Dated 20 April, 29 Hen. VI. Gh. 225.

LOUND. Alice de Lund, daughter of Ralph de Pesehale, grants
to Robert, son of Edstan de Caldecotes, ten acres and half a rood of
land in Lund near the way as you go from Lund to Rotepet towards
the east. (c. 1170-80.) Gh. 928.

Illegible quit-claim, temjp. Ed. I. Gh. 929.

Greoffrey, son of John de Askeby, grants to Margery and Emma,
daughters of the said Geoffrey, certain land in the fields of Lund.

(c. 1270-80.) Gh. 930.

Henry, son of Warine de Lond, grants to John de Anoxtun of
Somerleton three acres of land in the village of Lond.

Dated at Lond the Friday on the feast . . . the virgin, 3 Ed. II.

Gh. 931.

John, son of Robert de Lund, grants to Joan and Christiana,
daughters of Margery Habreham of Kirk . . te, two parts of one
messuage with one house built upon it in Lund. Also he grants to
Margaret, daughter of the said Margery, the third part of the said
messuage with a little house. Dated at Lund, 14 Ed. II. Gh. 932.

Richard, son of Adam Elflet of Lund, grants to William, son of
Walter de Elixton, two acres and one rood of arable land in Lund.
Dated at Lund the Thursday next before the feast of St. Peter,
6 Ed. in. Gh. 933.

Henry, son of Edmund Poyer of Lund, confirms to Walter de
Manthorp of Somerleyton two pieces of land in Lund.

Dated at Lund the Tuesday next before the feast of St. Peter ad
vine, 15 Ed. III. [With seal.] Gh. 934.

John, son of Adam Westwynd of Kessinglond, grants to Isabel
Bonde of Askeby one piece of land, containing 2 acres and one rood and
a half, lying in the village of Lund.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of St. Thomas, apostle, 10
Ed. III. Gh. 935.



490 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Illegible grant, dated at Lound the Sunday on the morrow of St.
Faith, virgin, 21 Ed. IIE. Gh. 937.

Adam Poer of Riston remits to Henry de Gunton and Margaret liis
wife all right &c. in one messuage and in all lands and tenements
which the said Henry and Margaret hold in Lund and Askeby.

Dated at Lund the Sunday next after the feast of St. Mary
Magdalene, 31 Ed. III. \With seai:\ Ck. 936.

John de Merhse of Plerleyngflet grants to William Hacun of Somer-
leton one piece of land in Lound.

Dated at Lound the Sunday next after the feast of St. Edmund,
35 Ed. III. Ch. 938.

Heniy de Gronton and Margaret his wife grant to Aveline, wife of
Richard Power of Lound, one messuage and 1 5 acres of land in Lound
and Askeby.

Dated at Lound the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Faith,
virgin, 43 Ed. III. Ch. 939.

Fragment of a charter, temp. Ed. III. Ch. 940.

George de Felbrigge and others grant to John de Herlynggs all
right which they have in one messuage and certain rents and tenements
in the villages of Lound, Hopton, &c., together with the advowson of
the church of Lound.

Dated at Estherlyngg the Monday next after the feast of the
Translation of St. Thomas the martyr, 49 Ed. III. [TTi'^A seals ^

Ch. 941.

Final concord, made at "Westminster, 50 Ed. Ill, between Thomas,
son of Henry de Gonton, and Henry Grym, querents, and Henry de
Gonton of Lounde and Margaret his wife, deforciants, by which the
said Henry and Margaret acknowledge the right of the said Thomas
and Henry to 24 acres of land iu Lounde. Gh. 942.

Duplicate of No. 942. C%. 943-

Edmund .... of Lound grants to Henry Fairman of Blounston
one piece of land in Lound.

Dated at Lound, Palm Sunday, 3 Rich. II. Gh. 944.

Thomas Wenon of Somerleton grants to Thomas de Gunton of
Lound one piece of land in Lound.

Dated the Thursday next before the feast of SS. Simon and
Jude, 5 Rich. II. Gh. 945.

Walter Darreys of Lound confirms to William Darreys his son one
piece of land in Lound.

Dated at Lound on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the
Baptist, 18 Rich. 11. Gh. 946.

John Gunton of Lound grants to John Ayldre of Heryngflet and
others all their tenements &c. in Lound, Hopton, and Askeby.

Dated at Lound, 20 Nov., i Hen. IV. Gh. 947.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAHY. 491

SUFFOLK.

Master John Judde, clerk, and others remit and quit-claim to

Roger Pryme of Lound and others all their right in those lands,

tenements, &c. which they had by the feoffment of William Ely,

formerly rector of Becclys, in the villages of Lound and Askeby.

Dated at Becclys on the feast of Saints ....13 Hen. lY.

IWith seals.] Ch. 948.

Henry Webstere of Blumston grants to Robert Andrew of Lound
four acres of land in Lound and Blumston.

Dated at Lound the Sunday next after the feast of St. Matthew,
3 Hen. V. Ch. 949.

Thomas Curteys of Blundeston aud John Curteys of Lound grant
to Henry .... of Lound two pieces of land in Lound.

Dated at Lound the Thursday next after the feast of St. Matthew
the apostle, 5 Hen. V. Ch. 950.

John de Dunston of Hopton grants to Robert Andrew of Lound all
those lands &c. which he had by the gift and feoffment of Thomas
Fyncham and others in Lound.

Dated at Lound the Saturday on the feast of the conception of
the B.Y. M., 10 Hen. VI. Ch. 951.

Thomas Katys of Lound grants to Robert Andrew of Herlyngflet
two pieces of land lying in the parish of Lound.

Dated at Lound on the feast of Pentecost, 10 Hen. lY. Ch. 952.

Stephen Key of Lound grants to Roger Prymour and others various
lands and tenements lying in Lound.

Dated at Lound, 23 Nov., 5 Hen. V. Ch. 953.

John Mayne of Lound grants to Edmund Cadeler of Lound one
piece of land of the manor of Lound.

Dated at Lound, i Henry VL Ch. 954.

John Dunston of Hopton and Stephen Keye of Lound remit and
quit-claim to Roger Prymour of Lound all their right in all the
messuages, lands, tenements, &c. formerly Thomas Rose's in the
village of Lound.

Dated at Lound on the feast of St. Valentine, martyr, i Hen. VL

Ch. 955.

Stephen Keye remits and quit-claims to Roger Primour of Lound
all right in messuages and land in Lound.

Dated at Lound on the feast of St. Valentine, martyr, i Hen. VI.

Ch. 956.

Andrew Cok of Olton quit-claims to Robert .... and others all
right in .... in Lound. Dated 2 April, 5 Henry VI. Ch. 957.

John Fytte and Margaret his wife of Lound remit and quit-claim
to John Baker all right in lands and tenements in ... .

Dated 20 December, 5 Hen. VI. Ch. 958.



492 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Stephen Key of Lound appoints Robert his son his attorney to
deliver to Thomas Gunton and others seisin of all his lands in Lound,
Hopton, and Askeby.

Dated at Lound, 31 March, 11 Hen. VL [With seal.] Ch. 959.

Stephen Keye of Lound grants to Thomas. Gunton, son of John
Gunton of Lound, all those lands &c. in Lound, Hopton, and Askeby
which he had by the gift of the said John Gunton.

Dated at Lound, 30 March, 1 1 Hen. YI. Ch. 960.

John Donewold of Lowystoft and others remit and quit-claim to
Thomas Gunton of Lound all their right in lands and tenements in
Lound, Hopton, and Askeby.

Dated at Lound, 2 June, 11 Hen. VL Ch. 961.

John Gernegon remits and quit-claims to Edmund Atte welle, clerk,
and others the whole of his claim to a messuage and croft in Lound.
Dated .... August, 11 Hen. VL Ch. 962.

Alice, widow of Richard Cry&temesse of Somerleton, remits and
quit-claims to Robert, son of Roger Prymour of Lound, John Torald of
Askeby, and Thomas Gunton of Lound, her right in 2 pieces of land
in Lound.

Dated at Lound the Saturday next after the feast of St. Cuthbert,
II Hen. VL Ch.g6^.

John Gernegon and others grant to Richard Crystemasse of
Somerleton two pieces of land in Lound.

Dated at Lound the Friday next after the feast of St. Edward,
king and martyr, 1 1 Hen. VI. Ch. 964.

Randal Darreys grants to Thomas Rose a curtilage with a certain
oottage in ... .

Dated at ... . the Monday on the feast of St Ch. 965.

Henry Crystemesse of Somerleton and others demise to John Yve,
clerk, and Thomas Kenistere of Somerleton, one piece of land in
X/ound. Dated at Lound, 28 Nov., 15 Hen. VI. Ch. 966.

Illegible grant, dated at Lound, 27 February, 17 Henry VL Ch. 967.

Robert Sent of Redenhale and others grant to Robert Key of
Lound and others certain lands and tenements in Lound.

Dated at Lound, . . April, 18 Hen. VL Ch. g68.

Illegible grant, dated 19 Henry VI. Ch. 969.

John Bond of Lound grants to Thomas Gunton the reversion of a
messuage and two pieces of land lying in the village of Lound.

Dated . . . November, 23 Hen. VL Ch. 970.

Robert Key of Lound and Stephen Kempstere of Freton demise to
Edmund Attewell, clerk, and others all those lands &c. lately Stephen
Key's in Lound. Dated at Lound, 30 April, 25 Hen. VI. Ch. 971.

Indenture witnessing that Thomas Owdeu of Somerleton demises



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 493

SUFFOLK.

to John Bayly of Gorleston and others, certain lands, rents, and
appurtenances in Lound, Asskeby, Somerleton, and Blundeston, for a
certain term of years.

Dated lo December, 4 Edward IV. Ch. 972.

John Frilborn and Thomas Nogge grant to Richard Scrrympling
of Little Jernemouth and others, all their messuages &c. in the village
of Lound. Dated at Lound, 3 Nov., . . . Ed. IV. Ch. 973.

John Setour of Leystofte and Thomas Crote of Lound grant to John
Baly of ... . two pieces of land in Lound.

Dated at Lound, 3 Dec, 12 Ed. IV. Ch. 974.

Illegible charter, dated 4 Hen. VII. Ch. 975.

William Wren .... and another grant certain lands in Lound.
Dated at Lound . . . March . . . Hen. VIII. [Illegible^ Ch. 976.

William Prymour of Lound grants to John and Thomas Byrde of
Lound a certain messuage and croft called Baldwynes.

Dated at Lound, 20 Hen. VII. Ch. 977.

William Smyth grants to Thomas Byrde and Katherine his wife
and others one cottage in Lounde.

Dated at Lound, 28 February, 3 Hen. VIII. Ch. 978.

John Jernegan, esq., patron of the church of Lounde, and Thomas
Hoggeson, rector of Lounde, grant to John Rixton and others the
advowson and site of the rectory of Lound.

Dated at Lound, 10 March, 21 Hen. VIII. Ch. 979.

Alice Neve, widow, late wife of John Prymor, and others grant to
John Scannowe of Bedyngham and others all those messuages, lands,
&c. in Lound, Blundeston, and Askeby, as by a charter dated 20 Jan.,
14 Hen. VII, appears.

Dated at Lound, 20 May, 12 Hen. VIII. Ch. 980.

Thomas Hodyson, clerk, rector of Lound, at the instance of certain
inhabitants of Lound grants to John Warde a messuage and a croft and
six pieces of land in Lound and three pieces in the fields of Askeby.
Dated 28 ... . Hen. VIII. Ch. 981.

.... Spycer of Lowystoft grants to Thomas Jecks, husbandman,
all his lands and tenements in Lound and Hopton.

Dated at Lound, 16 January .... Ch. 982.

Robert Bugge sells to sir John Jernegan, knight, a tenement called
Guntons, with all meadows, lands, pastures, &c. in Lound, Askeby, and
Blondston. Dated .... 37 Hen. VIII. Ch. 983.

Thomas Jeckys of Lownde, executor of his father Henry Jeckys of

Kyrsted, sells to George Jernegan two pieces of land lying in Lownde.

Dated at Lownde, 7 March, i Ed. VI. Ch. 984.



494 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Joan Bukmonger of Lownde, widow, grants to George Jernegan,
esq., one piece of land containing by estimation half an acre in Lownde.

Dated 2 Ed. YI. Ch. 985.

"William Starys sells to Thomas Jecks of Lound one piece of land
containing by estimation 4 acres, and another piece lying in Lound.
Dated at Lound, 31 Jan., 3 Ed. VI. Ch. 986.

George Jernigan of Lound grants to Thomas Hogeson, clerk, all his
lands &c. in Lound. Dated ..... Ed. VI. Ch. 987.

An indenture by which John Jernegan and Katherine his wife of

Somerleyton demise to James Towne of Lownde a tenement called

Guntons, containing 15 acres, for 77 years, at an annual rent of 565. 20?.

Dated 20 October, 16 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 988.

Indenture made 8 April, 23 Elizabeth, by which Roger Castell, esq.,
for certain considerations, grants to lord Cobliam, John Brooke alias
Cobham, and others, an undertaking to infeoif the said John Brooke
alias Cobham and others, of and in the manor of Stall ams in Lownd,
and of and in the advowson of the parish church of Lownd, with all
lands and tenements in Lownd, and in Blundeston, Heringflete, and
Hopton, which were of the inheritance of one John Jernegan of
Somerleyton, to hold the same to the use of Katherine, wife of the
said John Jernegan, for her life, and at her decease for the use of the
daughters of the said John. Ch. 989.

Katherine Jernegan, widow, late wife of John J«i'negan, grants to
John Wentworth the whole of the manor of Stalhams in Lownde,
with the advowson of the church of Lownde, also all lands belonging
to the said manor situated within the parishes of Blundeston, Heryng-
fleete, and Hopton. Dated 22 May, 41 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 990.

Katherine Jernegan, widow of John Jernegan of Somerleton, in
consideration of a certain sum of money in hand paid, confirms to
John "Wentworth the whole of her messuage, lands, &c. in Lounde,
late in the occupation of James Towne.

Dated (and signed) 22 May, 41 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 991.

John "Wentworth of Somerleton discharges Katherine Jernegan,
widow of John Jernegan of Somerleton, from a bond given for the
performance of certain covenants respecting the manor-house called
Stalhams in Lound. Dated 2 Nov., Q. Eliz. Ch. 992.

LOWESTOFT. John Lacy of Lowystoft grants to John Mark of
the same place two pieces of his brushwood, with one piece of turbary.
Dated Ch. 993.

Alice, wife of Thomas Moryng of Lowystoft, and William Scarlet
grant to Adam Moryng one piece of land, with a certain piece of
brushwood.

Dated at Lowystoft the Sunday next after the feast of Easter,
7 Hen. V. Ch. 994.

Simon Reynals, John Wrighte, senior, and Richard "Wyard of



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 495

SUPFOLK.

Lowystoft, grant to William Parkere of the same place one piece of
land called ' Grymeslond.'

Dated at Lowystoft, 20 October, 12 Hen. VI. Ch. 995.

John Setour and Robert Seton of Lowestoft grant to Milo Kerech,
clerk, of Blundston, one piece of land in Lowestoft.

Dated at Lowestoft, 20 Jan., 22 Hen. VI. Ch. 996.

Andrew grants to Thomas Aleyn of Lowystoft and

others a certain piece of land in Lowystoft.

Dated at Lowystoft, 4 June, 38 Hen. VI. Ch. 997.

Richard Smith, alias Glover, and Henry Feete demise to Alexander
Steyngate and others a messuage or parcel of land in Lowystoft.

Dated at Lowystoft, 5 July, 10 Ed. IV. Ch. 998.

Geoffrey Fordele of Wrox .... remits and quit-claims to John
M .... of Lowestoft all right in three pieces of land in Lowestoft,
in the field called Southfield.

Dated on the vigil of St. James, apostle, 4 Hen. VII. Ch. 999.

Indenture dated 14 Nov., 12 Hen. VII, by which John Cowper,
carter, of Lowestoft, grants to William Cowper his son, for a payment
of .£22, his place as it is sette in the Southende. Ch. 1000.

John Andrewys of Lowestoft grants to Milo Kerech of Blondston,
clerk, three roods of land in Lowestoft.

Dated at Lowestoft, 20 Jan., 20 Hen. VII. Ch. looi.

Alice Hales remits to William Hadlays and others all her. right in
one acre of land in Lowestoft.

Dated at Lowestoft .... April .... Hen. VII. Ch. 1002.

John Boffe of Lowystoft, John Murdok, and others grant to Robert
Hoddys and others one piece of land containing 2 acres, in the field
called Northfeld, also 2 acres of brushwood in Lowystoft.

Dated at Lowystoft, 30 June, 23 Hen. VII. Ch. 1003*

William Cook of Little Lynsted and others demise and confirm to
William Marsh and others certain lands, rents, and tenements in
Lowystoft and Oulton.

Dated at Lowystoft, 10 October, 3 Hen. VIII. Ch. 1004.

Bond given by Matthew Burnard, dated 30 Elizabeth. Ch. 1005.

Extract from the manor court roll of Lowystoft. Temp. Elizabeth.
[Illegible.] Ch. 1006.

Humfrey Vermouth, gent., of Blondyston, co. Suffolk, demises to
John Everarde of Lowestoft a messuage called Wyatts &c. in Lowestoft,
for 10 years, at an annual rent of 20s.

Dated 26 Sept., 27 Hen. VIII. Ch. 1007.

Richard Mighell of Great Jernerauth sells to John Cooke of Gunton
a piece of land in Lowestoft, in a field called Northfield.

Dated at Lowestoft, i May, i James, 1603. Ch. 1008.



496 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

Einal concord, dated on the octave of St. Michael, 2 1 James I, between

John Utber, gent., plaintiff, and Philip Hayward, gent., and Grislaham

"Wolhowse, gent., and Elizabeth his wife, defendants, concerning 80

acres of land and two acres of pasture in Lowstoft. Ch. 1009.

Ellen Pehreson of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, spinster, sells to
Thomas Harman and another the whole of a piece of land containing
three roods in the village of Leystoft.

Dated at Leystoft, 14 April, 1624. Ch. loio.

MANTHORP. Geoffrey, son of Roger Burkad of Manethorp,
grants to John, son of Robert de Manethorp, the whole of an acre of
gi'ound lying in Manethorp. (c. 1250-60.) [Withseal^ C/i. 1447.

MELDINGE. Gilbert Page of Meldinge grants to Thomas
. . . dringe land in Meldinge.

Dated at Meldinge the Thursday next after the feast of St.
Martin, bp., 15 Ed. IL Ch. 353.

MELFORD. At a court held at Melford the Monday next after
the Trinity, 2 Hen. VIII, the abbot of Bury St. Edmund admitted
Roger Marten and Richard his son to one meadow at a rent of 7s. id.

Ch. 142.

MELLS. William Godinhale of Wicham, chaplain, grants to
William, son of Thomas Gordan, i2d of annual rent which the said
Thomas was accustomed to pay to the said William for one piece of
land lying between certain boundaries.

Dated at Melles on the day of the Nativity of St. John Baptist,
26 Ed. I. [With seai:\ Ch. 1203.

MENDLESHAM. William, the prior of Mendlesham, grants to
Robert Dunken of Wedringset one piece of land lying in Mendlesham.
Dated at Mendlesham the Sunday next after the feast of St. Peter
ad vine, 27 Ed. III. Ch. 227.

Indenture made at Mendham abbey, 9 September, 2 Henry VHI,
between sir Thomas Bullok, the prior of the house of our lady of
Mendham, of the one part, and Robert Flower of the other part, by
which the prior and convent demise a close called Denford to the said
Robert. Ch. 228.

Writ addressed by king Hen. VIII to the sheriff of Suffolk, to the
effect that sir Humphrey Wyngefelde, kt., and others, have recovered
in the king's court at Westminster the manors of Mendham and



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