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in the said manor. Dated 10 January, 1629. Gh. 1159.

An acknowledgment that Lambert Cook has received of John
Wentworth of Somerleton, esq., £500, which sum the said John was
bound for. [^ewip. Charles I.] [Mutilated^ Ch. 1160,

SOMERTON (West). Copy of the composition between the
prior and convent of Butley and master John de Twheyt, rector of the
church of Wynterton, concerning the tithes of West Somerton.

Dated 12 March, 1342. Ch. 192,

SOUTHWOLD. Anthony Allen of South wold gives to his son
Robert Allen all his goods and possessions as well in Southwold as
elsewhere in England. Dated 4 Feb., 44 Elizabeth. Ch. 1206.

STANHAM. Master Symon, son of Bartholomew de Stanham
Lambert, grants to the church of the Holy Trinity of Ipswich, in
frankalmoigne, 6d. rent in Stanham. (c. 1220.) [TR^^ seal.^ Gh. 212.

STANSTEAD. William Folyur of Glemsford confirms to Walter

his son and Alice his daughter, for their homage and service, and for

218. in hand paid, a messuage with a meadow in the parish of

Stanstead, paying annually to Walter, son of Walter de Tilneye, 2Qd.

(c. 1 2 90-1 300.) Ch. 359.

STANTON. Katherine Busshop, lately the wife of John Busshop
of Stanton, grants to Edmund Man of Stanton, John Shepherd of
Bredgeham, and John Fyce of Stanton, a messuage and land called
Tabbards in exchange for one piece of land of 8 acres and one rood
lying in Stanton.

Dated at Stanton, 9 March, 9 Ed. lY. Ch. 1373.

STOKE (Priory of). Hamon Peccam, son of Gilbert Peccam,
remits to the prior and convent of Stoke all his right in the tithes of
bis lordship of Gestinget. (c. 1230.) CA. 231.

STOKE NAYLOND. Indenture made 5 February, 3 Ed. VI,
by which the right to the presentation of the vicarage of Stoke Naylond
is adjudged to belong to William, bishop of Norwich, and acknow-
ledged by Thomas Thorowghgood of London, gentleman, between whom
an action concerning the right to the same had been instituted.

Ch. 360.

STONHAM ASPAL. William Feldgate of Stonham Aspal and
others grant to John Grene and others a messuage in the village of
Stonham Aspal.

Dated at Stonham Aspal, 15 October, 19 Hen. VT. Ch. 643.



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SUFFOLK.

Robert Crane, esq., and others grant to William Wareyn of Stonham
Aspall and others, a messuage and croft in the village of Stonham
Aspall.

Dated at Stonham Aspall, lo October, 4 Hen. VIII. Ch. 644.

STOWHAM EARLS. Henry Bruse grants to Richard le Wyte
and Beatrice his wife, one piece of land in the parish of Stonham
Earls called ' Gatherdesaker.' (c. 1240-50.) (77i. 645.

Richard le Hotot grants to William de Henleye and Felicia his wife,
certain land in Stonham Earls.

Dated at Stonham Earls the Wednesday on the vigil of the
Epiphany, 5 Ed. IL Gh. 646.

John le Qwyte of Stonham Earls remits and quit-claims to John de
Mundeford all his right in a piece of land in the village of Stonham
Earls called ' Gatrysaker.'

Dated at Stonham Earls the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Peter in Cathed., 6 Ed. III. CA. 647.

Illegible charter. Ch. 648.

Robert Godewyn and others grant to John Crane, esq., and others
certain lands and tenements in Stonham Earls.

Dated at Stonham Earls, 16 June, i Rich. III. Ch. 649.

Robert J . . . . esq., grants to John Euxtore certain land in the
village of Stonham Earls. Dated . . . Hen. VI. Ch, 650.

STONHAM EARL, GREETING ST. MARY, and GREET-
ING ST. OLAVE. Indenture made 28 June, 21 Hen. VII, by
which Charles Knevett of Stonham Gernegan lets to farm to Philip
Gyssyng, tenements and a close in Stonham Earl and Greeting St,
Olave, lying in Stonham Earl and Greeting St. Mary, for 30 years,
paying annually 205. Ch. 651.

STONHAM JERNEGAN. John Bissop grants to John, the
chaplain of Stanham, for his homage and service and 105., half an acre
of land in Stanham Jernegan. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 652.

"William Oslard grants to Alice de . . . . one rood of land in
Stanham Gernegan. (c. 1240-50.) 6^^.653.

John Cordebof grants to William, son of William de Ceresi, the
whole of his land in Little Stonham to hold the same by the payment
of 3s. per ann. (c. 1240.) (7/^.654.

Richard, son of Walter the Smith of Stanham, quit-claims to William
de Gyresi all his right in a piece of land in Little Stanham.

(c. 1240-50.) [With seal.'] Ch. 655.

Walter Marie grants to John de Pinkeney and Lucy his wife, one
acre of land in the village of Little Stanham. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 656.

Thomas Cro .... of Stanham Gernegan grants to William de



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SUFFOLK.
Hendleye and Felicia his wife one piece of land lying in Stanham
Gernegan.

Dated at Stanham Gernegan the Sunday next after the feast of
the purification B.V. M., 33 Ed. I. Ch. 657.

William de Hendleye and Felicia his wife grant to Margaret de
Cyresy, for the term of her life, one piece of land in the parish of
Stanham Gernegan.

Dated at Stanham Gernegan the Sunday next after the feast of
St. Valentine, 33 Ed. L Ch. 658.

John Brouse, son of Henry Brouse, remits and quit-claims to
Felicia, widow of William de Hendleye, all his right in certain lands
in Stonham Gernegan.

Dated at Stonham Gernegan on the feast of St. Gregory, 7 Ed.
nL Ch. 659.

Philip Dreys, clerk, Edmund, parson of Mickelfelde, Thomas
Codeward, clerk, and William Fysshe of Nedham grant to sir William
Elmham, kt., and others, certain lands and tenements in Stonham
Jernegan, Stonham Earls, and Greeting All Saints.

Dated at Stonham Jernegan the Thursday on the feast of St,
George, 6 Rich. II. Ch. 660.

Robert Ive, esq., grants to John Crane one piece of land in Little
Stonham. Dated 16 August, 1468. [^With seaL\ 0/1.1453,

Thomas Sengylton of Mendelysham remits and quit-claims to
Robert Crane all his right, &c. in the manor of Flede in Little
Stonham, and in all lands, &c. in the hundred of Bosmere.

Dated i Nov., 16 Hen. YL Ch. 661,

Agnes Crane of Little Stonham and others are bound to Agnes
Paston in a sum of ten marks, payable at the feast of St. John the
Baptist, 1 45 1. Dated 18 June, 27 Hen. VI. Ch. 662.

Robert Crane, esq., and Robert Crane his son, grant to Robert
Blomfold, sen., two pieces of land, parcel of the manor of Waltonhall,
and lying in Little Stonham, co. Suffolk.

Dated at Little Stonham, 20 March, i Hen. VIII. Ch. 663.

STRATFORD. John Chyrchame and John .... demise to

John Leech of Stratford a certain tenement in the village of Stratford.

Dated at Stratford, 8 May, 3 Ed. IV. CA. 1374.

SUDBURY (College of St. Gregory at). Bond given by the
warden and brethren of the college of St. Gregory at Sudbury, to pay
to Henry, bp. of Norwich, and his successors, an annual pension of
two marks.

Dated at Norwich on the feast of St. Luke, evang., 1381. Ch. 2^2.

John Cordebef, chaplain, master of the college of St. Gregory,
Sudbury, and the brethren there are bound to the prior and convent
of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, in a certain annual pension of 5s. oa
account of the foundation of the college.

Dated in the college, 8 Kl. Feb., 1375. {With seal] Ch. 233.



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SUFFOLK.
SUDBURY. William de Grey of Cornerde remits and quit-claims
to John Carbonel all his right of communication with a meadow of
the aforesaid John's called * Chiltonmedewe/ near Subir'.

(c. 1270-80.) Gh. 1454.

Robert de Halsted remits and quit-claims to John Carbonel all his
right in the meadow of the said John called * Chiltone medwe ' near
Subir.'

Dated at Subir' the Wednesday on the feast of the Nativity of
our Lord, 9 Ed. I. (7A. 361.

John Reveshale and John Wisebeche grant to Simon Herde two
curtilages, which were formerly John Waryn's, within the bridge of
Sudbury, paying annually 30s. of silver.

Dated within the bridges aforesaid, 14 Feb., 48 Ed. III.

[ With seal^ Ok. -^62.

Illegible charter of K. Rich. II to the sheriff of Suffolk. Ch. 363.

William de Grrey of Corneth remits and quit-claims to John
Carbonel all right of common in a field called Chilton medowe near
Subyre. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 364.

William de G-rangia of Great Waldyngfeld remits and quit-claims
to sir John Carbonel, kt., all his right in the marriage of Simon, son
and heir of Simon de Berton de Subere.

Dated at Subere on the morrow of the feast of the Conversion of
St. Paul, 31 Ed. III. Ch. 365.

Bond given by .... of Boxford and Robt. Rudlond to ... .
Holmes, widow, and William Holmes in a sum of .£40 to abide a
certain award. Dated 31 March, 27 Hen. YII (1). Ch. 366.

John Grene of Sudburgh and Isabella his wife grant to Thomas
Grene their son and Elizabeth his wife, their water-mill in Sudburgh
and 3 pieces of land and one piece of meadow in Sudburgh.

Dated at Sudburgh, 7 Oct., 14 Hen. YI. Ch. 367.

John Woode of Sudbery, cordwainer, grants to Walter atte Woode
of Edwardston, fuller, Will Rodelond and Thomas Aldows, a messuage
in Sudbery.

Dated at Sudbery, 27 Jan., 24 Hen. YI. Ch. 368.

Alice Rogerys of Sudbury, late wife of Thomas Grey, Thomas
Ayloff, mercer, and others demise to Robert Halghton of Sudbury and
pthers, two messuages in Sudbury.

Dated at Sudbury, 14 Jan., 2 Hen. YII. Ch. 369.

John Shipley of Sudbury remits and quit-claims to Richard Dawson
and others all his right and interest in two messuages with gardens in
the parish of All Saints, Sudbury.

Dated 30 Sept., 12 Hen. YII. Ch. 370.

John Wyner of Sudbury, draper, and Thomas Loveday of the same,
carpenter, demise to Robert Ffynch of Bulmer and Joan Dawson,
widow, two messuages with gardens in Sudbury.

Dated at Sudbury, 22 May, 18 Hen. YII. 0%. 371.



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SUFFOLK.
Indenture made 2 June, 10 Hen. VIII, by which Thomas Stenyson
of Sudbury agrees to pay to Jone Wenden and Felicia Holden, her
daughter, of Bury St. Mary, £4 by yearly instalments. Ch. 372.

John Wyner of Sudbury, draper, and Thomas Loveday, carpenter,
demise to Robert Finch of Bolmere, clerk, and Joan Dawson, widow,
two messuages in Sudbury.

Dated 22 May, 18 Hen. VII. [With 2 seals.] Ch. 373.

Indenture made 4 March, 1527, by which Robert Crane of Chilton,
esq., demises to Wylliam Manwode of Sudbury a piece of arable land
containing 11 acres in Sudbury for 21 years, at an annual rent of
165. 6d. Ch. 374.

Indenture made 31 Dec, 1529, by which Robert Crane, squyer, lets
to Alexander French of Sudbury a limekiln and a house with 2 pieces
of land for 21 years, at an annual rent of 23s. 4^ Ch. 375.

Indenture dated 8 Jan., 20 Hen. VIII, by which Robert Crane of
Chilton, esq., demises to Wylliam Gardener of Sudbury certain pieces
of land with a hill called Bromehill for 2 1 years, at an annual rent of
245. Ch. 376.

Robert Burtham of Lavenham remits and quit-claims to William
Fullor of Sudbury, draper, all his right, &c. in a messuage and garden
in Sudbury. Dated 25 August, 30 Hen. VIII. Ch. ^'j'j.

Indenture made 16 September, 2 Ed. VI, by which Robert Crane
demises unto Thomas Fennyng of Sudbury three pieces of land in
Sudbury for 16 years, paying annually . , . . Ch. 378.,

William Ruggull of Sudbury grants to John Letche a messuage in
Sudbury. Dated at Sudbury, 30 October, 3 Elizabeth. Ch. 379.

John Innold and his wife, for a sum of £28, grant to

Robert Crane, esq., and his Avife, a toft

Dated . . June, 25 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 380.

SUFFOLK. John Cordebuf, son of Hubert Cordebuf, remits and
quit-claims to Odo Morcoc, Robert Dun, and Robert Fittulf, all the
service, &c. which they and their ancestors formerly were accustomed
to make. (c. 1240-50.) Ch, 121^.

Geoffrey, William, and Adam, sons of Richard Fayrman of Quethacre,
grant to Robert son of Osbert the whole of Hernaldesholm, namely
in turbary, rushes and herbage, which lies between the marsh of Reginald
Haggird and the marsh of John de Dale. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 1216.

Convention between Hugh Gernera of one part and Ralph ' le petit '
of the other, by which the said Ralph grants to Hugh the half of the
acquisitions which he is able to acquire upon the land of Walter de
Watham by writ of right, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 12 17.

Thomas, son and heir of Ralph de Grotene, remits and quit-claims
to John de Bousser, archdeacon of Essex, all his right in a certain



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 521

SUFFOLK,
annual rent of <£io of silver from certain lands and tenements in the
county of Suftblk.

Dated at "Wrottynge, alias Wortham, the Sunday next before the
feast of the Nativity of St. John, 13 Ed. III. [With seal]

Ch. i2j8.

Fragment of a charter dated 20 May, 2 Rich.(?) II. Ch, 12 19.

John grants to Thomas and Adam Russe all

his messuages, lands, and tenements in the county of Suffolk.

Dated the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Thomas the
apostle, II Rich. II. Ch. 1220.

William de la Pole, marquis and earl of Suffolk and of Pembroke,
grants to Adrian Spiernie, clerk, a licence to work certain mines for
a term of 16 years without any payment, and also an annuity of X20
until he be preferred to a stately benefice of holy church fitting his
degree.

Dated 3 Feb. , 2 6 Hen. VI. [ With autograjph signature^ Ch. 1 2 2 1 .

Bond given to John Clerk by and William Rose.

Dated 33 Hen. VIIL Ch. 1222.

John Jernegan of Belton grants to John Wentworth of Somerleytowne,
gent., all his swans and * aieres of swannes ' in the counties of Suffolk
and Norfolk. Dated 26 May, 25 Elizabeth. Ch. 1223.

Exchequer constat, dated 43 Q. Elizabeth, to John Wentworth, esq.,
collector of the fifteenths and tenths for the hundreds of Loes, Carle-
ford, Colnes, Thredlinge, &c., &c., in the county of Suffolk. Ch. 1224.

Mandate from king James I to sir William Wentworth, kt., late
sheriff of Suffolk, to deliver the rolls, &c. belonging to the office of
sheriff to sir Henry Northe, kt.

Dated at Westminster, 8 Nov., 17 James I. Ch, 1225.

A dispensation from George, archbishop of Canterbury, to sir John

Wentworth, kt., sheriff of Suffolk, and his wife, for the eating of flesh.

Dated 16 February, 1613. Ch. 1226,

Appointment by James, earl of Suffolk, lord lieutenant of the
counties of Suffolk and Cambridge, of Thomas Mighells, gent., as
lieutenant of a company of horse raised in the county of Suffolk.

Dated 29 May, 1680. Ch. 1227.

SYBETON (Abbey of). A confirmation by Henry, bp. of
Norwich, of the privileges of the abbot and convent of Sybeton at his
visitation, they having exhibited their muniments, &c. for llie appro-
priations of the churches of Sybeton with the chapel of Pesenhale,
Cranisford, Rendham, Westleton, and Tunstall.

Dated 22 January, 1394. Ch. 235.

Certificate of Peter Schelton, LL.B., commissary of Alexander,
bp. of Norwich, that at a visitation held 24 November, 1408, in the
parish church of Frostenden, the abbot and convent of Sybeton pro-



522 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK,
duced evidences of the appropriation of the church of Sybeton with
the chapel of Pesenhale annexed, and also of the appropriation of the
churches of Rendham, Cranisford, Westleton, and Tunstall.

Ch. 235 & 236.

Certificate from William Woode, commissary of James, bp. of
Norwich, that the abbot and convent of Sybeton exhibited their muni-
ments, &c. concerning the appropriation of the half of the church of
Sybeton with the chapel of Pesenale, the parish churches of Rendham,
Cranesford, and "Westleton, and of Tunstale, at a visitation held at
Ipswich II October, 1474. CA. 238.

THEBERTON. Sir Ralph Wigot, kt., grants to John de Norwich
the manor of Theberton in Suffolk.

Dated at Theberton the Sunday on the feast of St. Cuthbert,
5 Ed. L [With seal.'] Ch. 12 o'j.

John de Leyston grants to William and Hugh his sons 65. of annual
rents from land in the fields of Theberton.

Dated the Monday after the feast of St. Luke, 28 Ed. I.

Ch. 1208.

Appropriation of the church of Theberton to the abbot and convent
of Leystone, Suffolk, by Henry, bp. of Norwich and Nicholas, the prior,
and chapter of Norwich. Dated i May, 1380. Ch. 221.

An agreement for the securing to the cathedral church of Norwich
an annual pension of 4s. from the church of Theberton, appropriated to
the abbot and convent of Leystone. Dated 15 April, 1381. Ch. 224.

Illegible grant to William Everard, dated at Theberton, 4 Ed. lY.

Ch. 1209.

Edward Jenney, esq., and William his eldest son grant to John
Baker of Theberton, junior, three acres and three roods of land in
Theberton. Dated i October, 1 2 Hen. YII. 0^. 1210.

THEDWASTRE. Indenture dated 5 November, 30 Hen. YIII,
by which John, the abbot, and convent of St. Edmund demise to John
Freer of Wychamskeyth their hundred of Thedwastre, with the whole
of their rents, &c., for 40 years, at an annual rent of £19 85. 4c?.

Ch. 152.

THORNHAM. John Abot of Hachetun and Agnes his wife
grant to Hubert, son of Richard Bern of Briseword, for his homage
and service and for 15 marks of silver, three pieces of land with a
messuage in Great Thornham. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1376.

Richard Frere of Mendham, esq., and William Freston, citizen and
grocer of London, remit and quit-claim to Thomas Wyseman, esq., all
their right to rents and services issuing out of the lands, &c. of the
Baid Thomas in Thornham or elsewhere in the county of Suffolk.

Dated 30 December, 38 Hen. YIII. Ch. 1377.

THWAITE. Augustus de Theyt grants to Mauler de Holegat of



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SUFFOLK.
Wykham, for his homage and service and 2s., one piece of land in the
parish of Theyt in a field called Suthfeld. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 1378.

THWAITE and ALEBY. Fine made at Westminster on the feast
of the Holy Trinity, 16 Ed. I, by which John, son of Robert deWeyton,
and Sarah his wife acknowledge the right of Matilda, formerly wife of
Andrew de Branton, to certain messuages, &c. in Thwaite and Aleby.

Ch. 1379.

WALDINGFIEIiD (Great and Little), &c. Robert le Engleys
of Great Waudigfeud remits and quit-claims to John de Hudebovil all
his right, &c.in a tenement in Great and Little "Waudigfeud. (c. 1220-
30.) Ch. 381.

Roger le Engleys and Lauretta his wife grant to John de Hudebovill'
all his right to the patronage of the church of Waldiggefeld. For this
donation the said Roger gave J mark of silver, (c. 1220-30.) 0^.382.

Margaret, daughter of William, son of Lauretta, grants to John
Hudebovill all her right in the church of Waldiggefeld. For which
grant the said John gave her half a mark of silver, (c. 1220-30.)

Ch. 383.

Humphrey, son of Herbert de Waldingefeld, with the consent of Ida
his wife, grants to Matilda, daughter of Alan de Chastilhin, for her
homage and service and 4s. 8d!., one piece of his land to inclose and
build upon, lying in the same village, paying annually to him and his
heirs i^d, (c. 1220-30.) [With seal.^ Ch. 1455.

John, son of Nicholas de Wygeberthe, remits and quit-claims to
William, son of Alan de Gildingham, all right and claim in a tenement
which Walter of the marsh of Westorp held in the same village, also
in two tenements in Waldyngfeld and 35. annual rent. (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 384.

Gilbert de Little Waldingefeld grants to Adam de Brantistune,
clerk, the whole of a meadow in the village of Little Waldingfeld.
For this charter of confirmation the said Adam gave i2d. (c. 1 270-80.)
{With seal^ Ch. 385.

Humphrey of the church grants to Nicholas, son of Roger de Subir,
for his homage and service and one penny, one piece of land lying in
Waldingefeld. (c. 1240-50.) [With seal.'\ CA. 386.

William de Feypo, senior, grants to sir Robert Carbonel, son of sir
Geoffrey Carbonel of Great Waldigfeud, for his homage and service and
three marks of silver, 3 J acres of arable land in Great Waldigfeud.
(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 388.

William de Feypo, junior, grants to sir Robert, son of sir GeofPrey
Carbonel of Great Waldiogfeld, for his homage and service and 4 markg
of silver, 3 acres of arable land in Great Waldingfeld. (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 389.

Gilbert Infang of Little Waudinggefd grants to sir Robert Carbonel



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SUFFOLK,
the homage and service of Alexander Martin of G-reat Waudinggefd
and an annual rent of two capons, which he was accustomed to pay,
for a piece of land in Little Waudinggefeld. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 390.

Richard Talemache and Robert de Aketon, chaplain, grant to
Thomas Carbonel and Elizabeth his wife two parts of the manor of
Great Waldingfeld with the advowson of the churches of Chilton and
Great Waldingfeld, also a third part of the manor held by Robert de
Bosco and Christiana his wife, as dowry to the said Christiana.

(c. 1270-80.) \With seal.l Ch. 391.

Andrew Gurel, merchant, grants to John, son of Geoffrey of Little

Waldingfeld, one acre of land and a messuage in Little AValdingfeld.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 392.

Thomas Carbonnel grants to Richard Thalemach and Robert the
chaplain of Aketon two parts of the manor of Great Waldingfeud and
all lands, &c. in the village of Neuthon and the advowson of the
churches of Great Waldingfeud and Chilton.

Dated at Great Waldingfeud the Sunday next after the Epiphany,
3 Ed. L Ch, 393.

Robert Patheles of Great Waldingfeld grants to Adam Gouthmound
of Little Waldingfeld a messuage, &c. in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated 20 (?) Ed. I. [Nearly illegible.'] Ch. 394.

Robert Oral, junior, grants to Thomas Cral his father one messuage

and one in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated , 20 Ed. I. Ch. 395.

John, son of Nicholas de Wygeberthe, remits and quit-claims to
William, son of Alan de Gildingham, all right in a tenement that
Walter of the marsh of Westorp held of his ancestors in the same
town, also of certain other tenements and rent in the town of Wal-
dingfield. (c. 1280-90.) [With seal^ (7A. 1456.

Roger de Stoke, Alan de Rokwode, and Geoffrey de Lees grant to
Robert Cralle of Great Waldingfeld for the term of his life, and for
half a mark of silver in hand paid, one piece of arable land lying in
a croft called Hanecroft, at an annual rent of 20c?.

Dated the Saturday next after the feast of All Saints, 24 Ed. I.

Ch, 396.

Matilda, daughter of John Herberd of Little Waldingfeud, grants to
John, son of Amicia Althot of the same place, for 14s. in hand paid,
a messuage with a house in Little Waldingfeud.

Dated the Sunday next before the feast of St. Barnabas the apostle,
26Ed. L C-A. 397.

Elizabeth, relict of Alan de Rocwod, grants to Robert Cralle of
Great Waldingfeld, Isabella his wife and Robert their son, one piece
of arable land lying in Banecroft.

Dated at Aketon on Palm Sunday, 27 Ed. I. Ch. 398.

Robert Scheldrake grants to Robert de Bures and Alice bis wife,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 525

SUFFOLK,
for a certain sum of money in hand paid, two pieces of land containing
about two acres in Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little "Waldingfeld on the morrow of St. Martin, bp.,

34 Ed. I. Ch. 399.

Robert de Bosco and Christiana his wife, who was the wife of sir

John Carbonel, kt., attorn to Thomas Carbonel and Elizabeth his wife

the third part of the manor of Waldingfeld, Neutone, and Chiltone,

which they hold in dowry during the life of the said Christiana.

Dated at Waldingfeld the Sunday next after the feast of the

Nativity of St. John Bapt., 3 Ed. 11. Ch. 400.

John Ga . . . . grants to Adam Guhtmund of Little Waldingfeld and

.... his wife, for a sum of money in hand paid, a messuage and

meadow with a pasture lying in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated on Whitsunday, 9 Ed. II. [With seal^ Ch. 401.

Richard del grants to sir Andrew de Bures, kt., and Alice his

wife, and others, in Great and Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Ed. II. Ch. 402.

Peter Gauge of Little Waldingfeld remits and quit-claims to sir
Robert de Bures, kt., and his heirs, all his right to certain lands and
tenements in Great and Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Aketon the Monday next after the feast of St. Andrew,
apostle, 18 Ed. II. Ch. 403.

Peter Wulnard of Little Waldingfeld grants to sir Andrew de Bures,
kt., and Alice his wife, the homage, rents, and services of sir William
Germye, kt., and Ellen his wife, sir Peter de Denardeston, Guido de
St. Clare, Thomas de Tendryngg, sir Pagan, rector of Meldyngg, John
le Neve, John le Ingluff, Robert Godwete, John Page, sen., William
Catel, John Davy, Alexander Bryan, John Page, jun., Symon
Page, Agnes Page, Thomas Terri, Simon Brid, and others, for lands
held of the said Peter in Little Waldingfeld and Meldyngg, and elsewhere
in the county of Suffolk.

Dated at Bures St. Mary the Sunday on the feast of the translation
of St. Thomas the martyr, 10 Ed. III. Ch. 404.

John, son and heir of Thomas de Aldham of Little Waldyngfeld,
remits and quit-claims to Geoffrey Oilly and Matilda his wife all his
right and claim in a piece of land called * Padebrokelound ' in Little
Waldyngfeld.



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