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Kyngeshall, with other rents and lands elsewhere, against Thomas,
the prior of Mendham.

Dated at Westminster, 18 November, 26 Hen. VIII. Ch. 229.

Indenture made 7 December, 3 Charles II, that Thomas Freston of
Mendham, in consideration of the receipt of £7 3s. 3(Z., and an after-
payment of X500, releases and confirms to Richard Freston of Mend-
ham, esq., the tithes of the parishes of Mendham, Metfield, and
Nedham appertayning to the late dissolved monastery of Mendham.

Ch. 230.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 497

SUFFOLK.

MICKFIELD. Richard Wodeward grants to Gilbert Ffeldgatte
of Stonham Aspale and others one inclosure, with the site of a tene-
ment called ' Olyves,' in Mekefield.

Dated at Mekefield the Thursday next after the feast of St. Faith,
virgin, 27 Hen. YI. Ch. 639.

Indenture between Robert Harpeley, esq., and John Northhawe of
Wynston, by which the said Robert grants to the said John lands &c.
in the village of Mekylfeld.

Dated the Friday on the feast of St. Bartholomew, 37 Hen. VI.

Ch. 640.

Indenture made 26 Sept., 26 Hen. VIII, by which Edward and
John Crane demise to Jone Benight of Mickfield and her eldest son
William, certain parcels of land in Mickfield, for 20 years, paying
annually for the same 33s. 4d. Ch. 641.

MIDELTON. John grants to Roger, son of John of

the bridge of Middilton Dated 10 Ed. II. Ch. 1204.

MIIiDENHAIjE, &c. Chirograph by which Samson, the abbot, and
convent of St. Edmund grant to Ralph de Colum their servant certain
lands and rents in Mildenhale. (i 180-12 11.) Ch. ig.

John de Bradmer grants to "William his nephew, son of Adam
Spyle and Edmund de Elwedon, chaplain, one messuage and certain
lands in Mildenhale, and rents in Barton and Herningewelle, to pro-
vide a chaplain to celebrate divine services for his soul and all the
faithful, &c. in Mildenhale. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 27.

Samson, the abbot, and convent of St. Edmund confirm to Ralph,
son of Lambert, certain land in fee in the village of Mildenhale, by the
service of I OS. annually. (11 80-1 2 11.) Ch. 24.

Samson, the abbot, and convent of St. Edmund confirm to
Nicholas de Geddinges 42 acres of arable land with one messuage and
4^ acres and half a rood of meadow in the village of Mildenhale.

(1180-1211.) Ch. 25.

Samson, the abbot, and convent of St. Edmund grant to Benedict
de Mildenhale a messuage and land in the said village of Mildenhale
for an annual rent of 6s. (i 180-12 11.) Ch. 20.

Gilbert de Derham grants to the church of St. Edmund one croft in
Mildenhal. Dated Ed. I. [Illegible.] Ch. 88.

Gilbert de Derham grants to William de Newenham, almsgiver of

the church of St. Edmund, one croft called Bertonecroft in Mildenhale.

Dated 8 Ed. L [See No. 88.] Ch. 92.

Simon Greswelle of Bury St. Edmund grants to William Galyon of
Mildenhale and others one messuage in Mildenhale at ' le West rowe '
called * Brounstere,' with a croft and meadow.

Dated at Mildenhale the Saturday next after the feast of St.
Leonard, abbot, 4 Hen. V. [With seal.] Ch. 1448.

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498 CALENDAR OF CHARTEKS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

Thomas Cliylderston and Robert, son of William Sygo of Mildenhale,
grant to William Childerston of Mildenhale and others five acres of
land lying in the fields of Mildenhale.

Dated at Mildenhale, 14 June, 14 Ed. IV. Ch. 1359.

John Morley of Mildenhale grants to William Childreston of Mil-
denhale one meadow called ' Brownysverd.'

Dated at Mildenhale, i October, 5 Hen. VII. [Decayed^

Gh. 1355.

AVilliam of Mildenhale, esq., John Grene, chaplain, and

others, enfeoff" John Childreston of Mildenhale, John Benne of the
University of Cambridge, clerk, John Coole, and others, in a messuage
&c. in Mildenhale.

Dated at Mildenhale, 6 March, . . Ed. IV. Ch. 1357.

Robert Lute, parson of the church of Belt on Togryng next Mil-
denhale, Robert Jervys, and others, demise to William Soper a meadow
for 14 years. Dated Ed. IV. Ch. 1358.

Robert Childreston of Mildenhale, son and heir of John Childreston,
deceased, grants to Agnes Fletcher of Bury St. Edmund, Thomas
Childreston, and others, a meadow with buildings erected thereon and
three roods of land in Mildenhale.

Dated at Mildenhale, 15 June, 3 Hen. VIII. Ch. 1360.

Robert Cliylderston of Westrow, in Mildenhale, grants to Nicholas
Palton all the lands &c. in Mildenhale which were William Chylderston's,
his uncle. Dated at Mildenhale, 24 June, 37 Hen. VIII. Ch. 1361.

The will of Robert Chestun of Mylldenall, in the county of Suffolk,
made 3 May, 38 Hen. VIII. Ch. 1362.

Thomas Lake of Myldenhall and Thomas grant to John

Barrett, senior, a messuage and tenement situate in the West Rowe
of Myldenhall, together with certain land there, jiart of the possessions
of Edmund Myldenhale's Chantry.

Dated at Myldenhall, 26 June, 4 Ed. VI. Ch. 1356.

Grant by Q. Elizabeth to sir Nicholas Bacon of certain stock and
stawre of the manor of Mildenhale, co. Suff'olk, formerly demised Jby
the abbot and convent of Bury St. Edmund to Robert Clerk, the said
Nicholas paying to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, to which
the manor of Mildenhale is lately annexed, £54.

Dated 24 Nov., 3 Q. Elizabeth. [With seal^ Ch. 171.

Indenture made 14 May, 1623, by which Oliver Morden of Ears-
well, in consideration of the receipt of £104, sells to Richard Chil-
derston, alias Cheston, certain messuages, orchards, dove-house, 25 acres
cf land, &c. Ch. 1363.

MUTFORD. Extract from the manor court roll, dated 1628.

Ch. 1364.

Memorandum from the court roll of 14 James 1. Ch. 1365.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 499

SUFFOLK.

NEDHAM. Roger de Bevilers, son of Warren de BeviJers, grants to

the hos}3ital of St. Peter without the village of St. Edmund, in frankal-

moigne, two acres of arable land, less one rood, lying in the fields of

Nedham. (c. 1180-90.) Ch. 3.

NETTLESTEAD. Sir Richard Wentworth, kt., grants to Edward
White, esq., for his good counsel to the said sir Richard, an annuity of
26s, %d, charged on his manor of Nettlested in Nettlested.

Dated 25 March, 11 Hen. VIII. Ch. 642.

NEWTON. Illegible charter. Ch. 354.

William Stonherd of Neutone grants to James his son one piece of
a curtilage lying near his curtilage.

Dated at Neutone the Tuesday next after the translation of

St. Thomas the martyr, 18 Ed. III. Ch. 355.

Illegible charter dated 36 Ed. III. Ch. 356.

Indenture made 16 July, 2 Henry YIII, between dame Anne

Arundell of the one part, and Robert S of the other part, by

which the said dame Anne sells to the said Robert a meadow in Newton.

Ch. 357.

Indenture made 3rd dayeof November, 30 Hen. VIII, by which the
lady Margaret, countess of Salisbury, demises to William Alston of
Newton, in the co. of Suffolk, her manor of New^ton, alias Newton
Hall, for 21 years, at an annual rent of £19 125. o\d. Ch. 358.

NORTHALES. Henry Dobson of Northales, John Gybson, and
Robert Baker confirm to Thomas Doget of Northales and others all
lands, houses, &c. which lie in Northales lately Thomas Dobson's.

Dated at Northales, 10 May, 14 Ed. lY. Ch. 1366.

OULTON, &c. Thomas de Dool of Flixton grants to William
Edrich of Olton one piece of land in the village of Olton.

Dated at Flixton the Sunday next after the feast of St. Mark,

evang., 5 Ric. II. Ch. 10 11.

John Aleys of Olton and John Oldeyng of Carleton Colvile grant to

John Seynt John of Olton, Robert his brother of Ryngelond, and others,

certain land in Olton.

Dated at Olton, 12 February, 23 Hen. VI. Ch. 10 12.

Robert Balgrave of Gunton grants to Walter Eton, esq., and others,
one meadow in Olton called ' Olton medowe.'

Dated at Olton the Saturday next before the feast of St. Nicholas,

7 Hen. VI. CA. 1013.

Thomas Edrych of Olton grants to John Gernegen, e&q., and others,

all his lands, rents, &c. in the villages of Olton, Flyxton, Lowystoft,

and Becclys. Dated , Hen. YI. Ch. 1014.

John Fuston, son and heir of Richard Fuston, late of Olton, grants

to one piece of land in Olton.

Dated at Olton, 10 Henry VII. Ch. 1015.

William Herman of Olton grants to Nicholas Huson of Lowestoft,
Robert Jetour, and others, one piece of land in Olton.

Dated at Olton, 21 May, 15 Hen. VII. Ch. 1016.

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500 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC. .

SUFFOLK.

Richard Berych of Olton and others grant to William Jeter and

others a messuage in the village of Olton and a piece of land called

' Piswellisacre,' with other land which they had by charter dated 26

November, . . Hen. VII. Dated 26 March, 19 Hen. VLL. Gh. 1017.

Indenture made 6 May, 3 and 4 Philip and Mary, by which
Humphrey Yermouth of Blundeston sells to Humphrey Brewster fyve
pieces of land in Olton. Ch. 1018.

PAKEFIBLD, CARLETON COLVILE, &c. John Bery of
Pakefeld and Edward Pousgere of the same place gi-ant to Simon
Fowler certain lands and tenements in Pakefeld, Carleton Colvile,
and Gesytham.

Dated at Pakefield, 20 August, 21 Ed. IV- CA. 1367.

PAKENHAM, EERTON, and ROUGHAM. Thomas, the
abbot, and convent of St. Edmund agi^ee with sir Edmund de
Pakenham concerning the rents of certain lands in Pakenham, Berton,
and Rughham. Dated , 1308. Ch. 96.

PEASENHALL. An inhibition from Roger Radclyff, dean of
arches to the bp. of Norwich, on the representation of the abbot and
convent of Sybeton, concerning the church of Pesenale.

Dated at London, 2 Kl. June, 1466. Ch. 237.

PEYTON HALL. Extracts from a court roll held at Peyton
Hall the Friday on the morrow of St. John Baptist, 1 3 Rich. II.

(7A. 1368.

PL AYPORD. Original will of dame Elizabeth Felton of Playford,
CO. Suffolk, dated 8 July, 1639. Ch. 1369.

PORINGL AND (Little). Copy of the register of the chamberlain
of Bury of lands in Little Porynglond, with a charter of abbot Samson s
grant to Roger de Gessynges. (^Temp. Hen. VII.) Ch. 132.

RAMWORTH. Blegible grant to John Qwede of land in
Ram worth.

Dated at Ramworth the Monday next after the feast of the
Epiphany, 37 Ed. III. Ch. 1370.

REDGRAVE. Final concord made at Oxford the Monday next
after the octave of the Purification B.V.M. next after Louis, king of
France, came to England to St. Thomas, by which William Oligrant
quit-claimed to the abbot of St. Edmund all right in 40 acres of land
in Redgrave, for which the said abbot gave him 205. (c. 1179.)

Ch. 8.

Sampson the abbot of St. Edmund grants to Walter de Broch two
acres of meadow in the village of Redgrave. (1180-1211.)

[With seat:] Ch. 9.

William Staniland acknowledges that he owes to the lord abbot of
St. Edmund at his court of Redgrave annually the following customs
and services, viz. in each week from the feast of Michaelmas to the



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 501

SUFFOLK,
yule of autumn, i. e. Aug. i, one half day's work before dinner, finding
his own food, and from the yule of autumn to Micliaelmas day in
each week two whole days' work and food from the lord, and two hens
at Christmas and eggs at Easter and 45. per annum, and for hidage
1 6c?., and five seams of oats and seven teams at the ordering of the
bailiffs of the abbot, and a fine for his daughters, and help and tallage
as his fellows, &c. (i 235-1 248.) Ch. 38.

Symon, abbot, and the convent of Bury St. Edmund grant to the
chapter of St. John the Baptist within their manor of Palgrave, in
frankalmoigne, one messuage in the village of Redgrave in perpetuity,
paying annually for the same 6(Z. (1237-79.) 0^.1443.

Robert, son of Henry de Pulham, commonly called Tinteshale,
grants to Symon, the abbot, and convent of Bury St. Edmund all
his claim in a messuage and 1 6 acres of land in Redgrave.

(1237-79.) [With seall Ch. ^^.

Walter Oligrant of Redgrave grants to John, the abbot of Bury
St. Edmund, and his successors, 1 6 pence of annual rent (from certain
persons), for which concession the said abbot gave to the said Walter
nine shillings of silver, (i 279-1 301.) [With seal^ Ch. "j^.

RIKINGHALE, &c. Final concord, 9 K. John, by which John,
son of William de Costantin, acknowledges that no acres of land in
Rikingehale is the right of Samson, the abbot, and church of St. Ed-
mund, for which concession the abbot re-granted to the said John 4 1
acres of the said land, also other land, and a messuage in the wood of
' Cumbhage,' at an annual rent of i2d. Ch. 16.

Adam, rector of the church of Richinghale, grants to St. Edmund
and to sir Robert Chamberlain of the same, sixpence of annual rents
which Nicholas, son of Elie de Watlesfeud, gave to him*

(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 36.

Ralph Banecroft of Rykinghale grants and quit-claims to Henry, tlie
abbot, and convent of St. Edmund one acre of arable land in Ryking-
hale. (i 234-1 248.) Ch. 42.

Geoffrey, son of Gilbert, son of Aylmer de Rykinghal, grants and
quit-claims to Henry, the abbot of St. Edmund, the whole of the land
under the wood of the said abbot called Swineffrith, which land is
called ' Wodhangestoft.' (1234-1248.) (7A. 43.

Roger, brother of Stephen the Welshman, grants to Henry, the
abbot, and the convent of St. Edmund all the tenements he has in
St. Edmund and Rykinghale.

Dated at St. Edmund, 1 2 Kl. Oct., 2 1 Hen. III. Ch. 44.

William Cokerel grants to Edmund, the abbot of St. Edmund, and
his successors, in frankalmoigne, the whole tenement which he held by
the gift of Hugh, son of Robert SefHed de Torp, in the villages of
Rikinghale and Redgrave, (c. 1 248-1 256.) Ch. 52.

Hugh, son of Robert SefHed of Thorp, grants to Edmund, the abbot



502 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK,
of St. Edmund, in frankalmoigne, one messuage and 2 J acres of land,
a green way, and 5 acres of wood lying in the villages of Rykinghal and
Redgrave. (1248-56.) Ch. 53.

Alexander, son of Walter de Rikinghale, grants and quit-claims to
Edmund, the abbot, and the convent of St. Edmund certain land in the
village of Rikinghale. (1248-56.) CA. 54.

Henry dc Tifteshal grants to the abbot and convent of St. Edmund,
in frankalmoigne, a messuage in the village of Redgrave, and twenty
acres of land lying near the same, and also another acre lying there
and a meadow in Rikinghal, and 6cZ. annual rent in Rikinghal.

(0.1260-70.) [With seal.'] C/^- 73-

Hugh, son of John of Rikinghal, grants to John, the abbot of St.
Edmund, one wind-mill in the village of Upper Rikinghale, with the
site and land adjacent. For this charter of donation the said abbot
gave to the said Hugh 20 marks and 2 pieces of land at Redgiave.

(i 279-1 301.) Ch. 86.

Bartholomew, son of Augustine de Walsyngham, remits and quit-
claims to Richard, the abbot, and convent of St. Edmund, all right in
one messuage, lands, and tenements which were Augustine's, the father
of the said Bartholomew, in the villages of Lower Rikynghale, Watles-
feld, and Hildercle.

Dated at St. Edmund, 21 June, 18 Ed. IL [Withseal^ Ch. 99.

RISEBY, &c. William, the abbot of St. Edmund of Bury, gi-ants
to the prior and convent of St. Edmund certain lands, tenements, and
rents in the villages of Rysby, Lacforde, and Fleuttone which were
formerly sir John de Rysby's, kt., for the [)urpose of keeping an anni-
versary each year to the memory of the said William.

Dated at St. Edmund the Sunday next after the feast of All
Saints, 31 Ed. III. Ch. 107.

ROUGHAM. Indenture witnessing that William, the abbot, and
convent of St. Edmund, have demised to John Bacun of Hessett their
manor of Hessett, with two parts of the manor of Chanets in Rougham,
for 6 yeai'S, from Michaelmas, 1 8 Rich. II, paying annually for the
same £11.

Dated at Bury St. Edmund the Thursday before the feast of St.
Michael the above year. Ch. no.

RUMBURGH. Indenture made 20 December, 11 Q.Elizabeth,
by which the duke of Norfolk grants to John Hollande, gent., the
remainder of a term of lease granted to one Chandler, together with an
additional 21 years, of the manor and parsonage of Rumburgh, and all
that belongs to it, he paying annually to the duke or his assigns £40.

Ch. 1205.

SANDCROFTE. The will of William Todd of Sandcrofte, dated
2 Sept., 1545. Ch. 1372.

SAXH AM. Manumission by the abbot and convent of St. Edmund
of John Paman, a native of their manor of Saxham.

Dated 16 January, 11 Ed. IV. Ch. 124.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 503

SUFFOLK.
SCHIHTFORNHAM. Geoffrey, son of Luce of St. Edmund, grants
to the hospital of St. Saviour nine acres of arable land in the fields of
Schihtfornham, paying annually for the same gd. (c. 1240-50.)

[With seal.] Ch, 48.

SNAPE. Indenture made i March, 9 Q. Anne, by which sir
Henry Johnson of Friston Hall, Suffolk, demises to Robert Hayward
of Snape certain land in Snape for 6 years, at an annual rent of £35.

Ch. 1371.

SOMERLEYTON, &c. Ralph, son of Ivo de Sumerletun, grants
to John, son of Robert de Manithorp, for his homage and service and
2 marks of silver, two pieces of land in Sumerletun, paying annually
one halfpenny, (c. 1180-90.) Ch. 10 19.

William, son of Pagan, grants to Roger, son of Osbert, for his
homage and service and 4 marks of silver, the whole of a piece of land
in Sumerletun, to hold the same by the free service of 6d. annually,
(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 1020.

Robert Snelling of Manethorp grants to John, son of Robert de
Manethorp, for his homage and service and 9s. of silver, one rood of
land in the field of Sumerletun. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 1021.

Robert Snelling grants to John, son of Hugh Quintin, for his
homage and service and 1 2s. of silver, one rood of land in Sumerletune,
paying annually for the same 2d. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1022.

Peter, son of Roger, son of Osbert, grants to Adam, son of Stephen
Gurle of Manethorp, ij acre of marsh in the village of Sumerletun,
saving pasture in the said marsh to him and his heirs, in exchange for
half a mark and another piece of marsh in the same village, (c. 1260-
70.) Ch. 1023.

Illegible charter. Ch. 1024.

"William, son of Henry de Sumerletun, gi^ants to John, son of Robert
de Manethorp, certain land in Sumerletun at an annual rent of two-
pence, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1025.

Roger Burkard grants to John de Manthorp half an acre of land
lying in the parish of Sumerletun, paying annually to him and his
heirs one penny, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1026.

John Stede of Blundeston grants to Robert Cysman, for his homage
and service and 4^ marks sterling, two acres of his land in the fields
of Sumerletun. (c. 1250-60.) [With seal.] (7A. 1372 *.

William, son of Adam Gurle of Manthorp, grants to Robert Asshe-
man and his heirs one piece of land lying in Sumerletun.

(c. 1290-1300.) [With seal.] Ch. 1449.

Letters patent of King Edward I, dated at Morpath, 9 May, 31st of
his reign. Ch. 1027.

Ralph de Sumerletun grants to John, son of Robert de Manethorp,
apiece of land in Sumerletun. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1028.



504 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Robert Snelling of Manthorp grants to John, son of Robert de
Manthorp, \ an acre of arable land lying in the field of Sumerletun.
(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1029.

Richard Waderduale of Sumerletun grants to Robert, son of
Reginald Hesman, a rood of marsh in the village of Sumerletun.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1030.

"William de Legesteyn of Sumerletone grants to Robert, son of
Reginald Cysseman, two pieces of marsh in tlie said village, paying
annually for the same one penny, (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 103 1.

Fulke, formerly messor of Sumerleton, grants to Robert Asman of
Little Yarmouth sixpence of annual rent which Adam, son of Geoffrey,
Bon of the chaplain of Flixton, and Juliana his wife were accustomed
to pay him for two pieces of land in Sumerleton. (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 1032.

John de Manethorp grants to Robert Esseman of Little Yarmouth,
in consideration of the receipt of 36s., the whole of his marsh lying in
Somerleton, at an annual rent oi i'^d. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1033.

Matilda, formerly wife of Robert le Blowere of Sumerletun, grants

to sir Peter, son of Roger, son of Osbert, all her right by name of

dower in the whole of the lands and tenements with their appurtenances

in Sumerletun which were the said Robert le Blower's her husband.

(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1034.

Robert, son of John de Manethorp, grants to John .... certain
land in Sumerletun.

Dated at Sumerletun on the feast of St. Michael, 6 Ed. II.

Ch. 1035.
John, son of sir Ralph Nunoion, kt., grants to Peter Gernegan the
whole of his purparty of the manor of Somerleton, with the advowson
of the churches of the said manor, with Bradewelle, with the patronage
of the priory of St. Olave, and with the 3 mills belonging to the said
manor.

Dated at Stoneham Gernegan the Sunday next after the feast of
St. George the martyr, 8 Ed. II. Ch. 1036.

Geoffrey .... of Somerleton grants to John his brother certain
land lying in Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton, 9 Ed. II. Ch. 1037.

"Writ addressed to E. de Hindryngham, sheriff of Suffolk, and Walter
de Luttham, reciting a suit between William, son of Michael de Col,
plaintiff, and John, son of William de Col, defendant, concerning lands,
&c. in Somerleton, Blundeston, and Herrynflet acknowledged to be the
said John's. Dated 1 2 Edward II. CVi. 1038.

Robert, son of John de Manthorp in Somerleton, grants to John,
Bon of Robert Aysheman of Somerleton, half an acre of land in the
fields of Manthorp.

Dated at Somerleton on the feast of St. Edward, king and martyr,
14 Ed. n. Ch. 1039.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 505

SUFFOLK.
John de Roymerstone and Margaret, daughter of Robert Reed, of
Somerleton, grant to Robert Gele of the same place one plot of land
in Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton the Sunday next after the feast ....
3 Ed. III. Ch. 1040.

Convention made the Friday after the feast of the nativity of

13 Ed. Ill, between Peter Gernegan on the one part, and

William .... of the other part, concerning lands in Sumerletun.

Ch. 1041.

John, son of Thomas de Manthorp of Somerleton, grants to "Walter
his brother one piece of land in Somerleton.

Dated the Saturday next after the feast of the Annunciation,
II Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. 1042.

William de Cotesbrie and Margery his wife of Somerleton grant to
Walter de Manthorp one piece of land in Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton the Friday next after the feast of the
Nativity of St. John Bapt., 16 Ed. III. Ch. 1043.

Thomas Gernegan, parson of the church of Stonham Gernegan,
Peter de Belhagh, parson of the church of Huntyngfeld, and Alexander,
parson of the church of Horham, grant to Peter Gernegan and Ellen
his wife and John their son the half of the manor of Somerleyton, with
the advowsons of the churches of Somerleyton and Bradwell.

Dated at Somerleyton the Sunday on the feast of the Holy Trinity,
16 Ed. IIL [With seals.] C'A. 1044.

John de Manthorp of Somerleton grants to William de Manthorp
his brother the half of a messuage in Somerleton, with the reversion of
the whole, with one piece of land adjacent.

Dated at Somerleton the Monday next after the feast of the
translation of St. Thomas, archbp., 21 Ed. III. [With seal.]

Ch. 1045.

John, son of Peter Gernigan, grants to Henry de Soterton and
others the half of the manor of Somerleyton.

Dated at Somerleyton the Tuesday next after the feast of ... .
23 Ed. IIL Ch. 1046.

Thomas, son of John . . . man of Somerleton, grants to Thomas, son
of John de Dol, his marsh in the village of Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton .... after the feast of St. Barnabas,
22 Ed. IIL Ch. 1047.

Katherine, wife of John Perel of Somerleton, grants to William her
son two acres of land in Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton the Thursday next after the feast of the
assumption of the B. V. M., 23 Ed. IIL Ch. 1048.

Henry, son of Thomas Colle of Little Yarmouth, grants to Ralph
Dareys of Lound and Thomas Wasseleyn of Somerleton the whole of
his messuages, houses, &c. in Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton the Monday next after the feast of the
Nativity of the B. Y. M., 25 Ed. IIL Ch. 1049,



506 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Thomas Ayssman of Somerletou grants and quit-claims to sir

Henry de Suthirton, rector of , all demands upon his marsh in

Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton the Wednesday on the feast of St. James the
apostle, 26 Ed. III. Ch. 1050.

Roger de Blundeston and Eupheraia his wife grant to Richard
Draper of Somerleton all their right, &c. in one messuage and 3 acres
of land in Somerleton.

Dated at Somerleton the Sunday next after the feast of St. Mark
the evang., 27 Ed. IIL Ch. 105 1.

Ralph Darreys of Lound gi'ants to William, son of Robert de Broxton
of Somerleton, a messuage and a croft in Somerletou.

Dated at Somerleton, 30 Edw. III. Gh. 1052.

Thomas, son of Robert of Westgate of Somerleton, grants to Roger
the smith of Heringfleete the whole part of his marsh which he has in



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