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annual rent of £8. Ch. 41.

CHARDESLEY, Bucks. Indenture made 6 Oct., 27 Hen. VIII,
between Richard Ridge, the abbot, and convent of Notley on the one
part, and Rowlond Lymell, clerk, of the other, being a covenant to
serve the parish church of Chardesley in Bucks., and administer the
sacraments, in consideration of an annuity of X5 13s. 4d., going out of
the manor of Nether Winchenden, during his life. Ch. 40.

DURTON, Bucks. Indenture made 20 May, .... Hen. VIII,

between Richard Ridge, the abbot, and convent of Notteley of the one
part, and Nycolas Bothom of Asshendon, yeoman, of the other part, re-
citing a lease of the 30th of Sept., 2 1 Hen. VIII, of the rectory and
parsonage of Durton, co. Bucks., to William Scryvener, at a yearly
rent of £14 13s. 4d., and transferring the same to Nycolas Botham.
[3Iutilated.] Ch. 42.

MAYDEN BRADLEY, Wilts. Indenture made 6 Feb., 26
Hen. VIII, by which Richard Rydge, the abbot, and convent of Notteley
lease to William Radisshe of Maydenbradley, co. Wilts., and his two
sons, the parsonage of Mayden Bradley, with appurtenances and tithes,
fruits, and offerings from the feast of St. John the Baptist, for 41 years
next ensuing, at an annual rent of .£16. Ch. 38.

SHYRINGHAM, Norf. Indenture made 23 June, 30 Hen. VIII,
between Richard Ridge, the abbot, and convent of Notteley of the one
part, and Henry Baldwyn of Crendon of the other part, reciting a lease
dated 8 July, 2 2 Hen. VIII, of the rectory of Shyryngham, co. Norfolk,
to William Phillippys and Hugh Bethome for 40 years, at a rent of



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BUCKS.
£i6 annually, and granting the remainder of such lease to Henry
Baldwyn upon the same conditions. Ch. 43.

STOKE LISLE, Oxon. Indenture made between John, the
abbot, and convent of Notteley of the one part, and Edward Lowe of
Stokelyle of the other, being a lease of the church of Stoke Lyle, co.
Oxon, with appurtenances from the feast of the Annunciation B.V.M.
1525, for 61 years, at an annual rent of £6 105.

Dated at Notteley, 6 March, 17 Hen. VIII. Ch. 38*.

SWELL (Nether), Glouc. Indenture made 1 1 Oct., 26 Hen. VIII,
between Richard Ridge, the abbot, and convent of Notteley of the one
part, and William Scryvener als. William Harvy of Canons Assheby,
CO. Northampton, of the other part, being a lease of the parsonage and
rectory of Nether SweU for . . . years, at an annual rent of £6 1 3s. ^d.

Ch. 39.

PRIORY OF RAVENSTONE.

RAVENSTONE. John de Basingham, lord of WahuU, grants to
William the clerk, for his homage and service, one messuage near the
cemetery, and three acres of land in Ravenston, paying annually for
the same 3s. sterling, (c. 1220.) Ch. i.

Charter of Henry, bishop of Lincoln, assenting to the foundation of
the priory of Ravenstone of the order of St. Augustine by King Henry
III, for the souls of Peter Chaceporck and Hugh de Vynon, his uncle,
in Ravenstone, reserving the rights of the see of Lincoln, and those of
Ralph de Clifford then rector of the mother church of Ravenstone.

Dated at Bickeleswad, 4 Nones Nov., 1255. Ch. 2.

Agnes, daughter of Walter the cook, grants to sir William, the prior
of Ravenstun, and his successors in frankalmoigne, i J acre of land lying
in the assart which was formerly Richard Tonge's, for ever, at an annual
rent of 3 pence. For this donation the said prior gave to her 1 6s. 8c?.
(c. 1260.) Ch. 3.

Agnes, daughter of Walter the cook, grants to sir William, the prior
of Ravenston, and his successors, in frankalmoigne, 1 J acre of land, at an
annual rent of ^d. For this donation the said prior gave her 24s. 8c?.
(c. 1260.) Ch. 4.

Richard Tonge of Ravenston grants to Walter the cook, for his
homage and service, and for 30s. of silver, 2\ acres of land with a
ditch and live hedge, at an annual rent of 4(/. (c. 1260.) [Mutilated^

Ch.s.

John, son of Richard Tonge of Ravenston, grants to the church of
St. Mary of Ravenston and the canons there in frankalmoigne all
his right in a ditch with a live hedge which Walter the cook formerly
bought of Richard his father, lying between the assart of the said John
on the one part, and the assart of the heirs of the said Walter on
the other, (c. 1260.) Ch. 6.

Richard de Clifford, rector of Ravenston, grants to William de



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 29

BUCKS.
Eavenston and Christiana his wife that messuage with appurtenances
which Edmund formerly held of the fee of the church of Ravenston.
(c. 1260.) [With seal.^ C'A. 6*.

Elizabeth, daughter of William de Ravenston, grants to the prior
and canons of Ravenston all right and claim in 7 acres of land in Raven-
ston which were formerly Walter and lye near the great park.

(c. 1270.) Ch. 7.

Elizabeth, daughter of William de Ravenston, grants to the prior
and canons of St. Mary of Ravenston in frankalmoigne 7 acres of land
in the fields of Ravenston near the great park. (c. 1270 ) Ch. 8.

Nicholas, son of Richard Thonge of Ravenston, quit-claims to the
prior and canons of Ravenston the whole of that tenement he held of
them, namely, one messuage with a croft adjoining in Ravenston,
and the whole of the land which he has in the assart called Thonges-
tocking, also he gives to them various rents for lands held of him in
the same assart, (c. 1270.) Ch. 9.

John Bateman (1) of Ravenston and Helen his wife grant to master
John Kynebelle of Filgrave the whole of their land which lies by
divers parcels in a certain place which is called Aylewardesriche le
croft.

Dated at the Wednesday next after the feast of St.

Gregory, 3 Ed. I. Ch. 10.

Charter by which .... of Ravenston grants to . . . [Ft^agment.']

Ch: II.

John Gyife of Ravenston grants to William de . . . one messuage

in the village of Ravenston with a curtilage and appurtenances, namely,

that messuage which is situated between a messuage of Thomas le

Creton and the messuage formerly Philip de Gahurst's.

Dated at Ravenston. [Undated.] (c. 1280.) Ch. 12.

William de Ravenston grants to Beatrice his daughter, for her
homage and service, the whole of that assart with hedges and ditches
which he bought of Hugh, son of the provost, paying annually for the
same 2s. o\d. (c. 1280.) Ch. 13.

Convention (indented) between R. . . . the prior, and convent of
Ravenston of the one part, and Simon de Ravenston, chaplain, of the
other part, by which the said prior and convent demise to the said Simon
. . . assart and appurtenances which they had from Nicholas Tonge of
Ravenston, in the meadow of Ravenston, which Hugh Ode held ; to
hold the same for 12 years from the feast of St. Clement, 9 Ed. I,
paying annually 9s. for the same. Ch, 14.

Henry de Castro of Raveneston demises to Hugh Ode of the same

place and'Isabella his wife lying at Pertronwelle between the

land of Henry Randolf and the land of William Cok, to hold the same
for their lives at an annual rent of 6s. 6d. [Mutilated^

Dated at Ravenston the Sunday next after the feast of St. Michael,
igEd. L a. 15.

Edith, daughter of William Ay 1 ward, quit-claims to the prior and



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BUCKS,
convent of Ravenston J acre of land lying in a place which is called
' Cline huh'

Dated at Ravenston the Thursday next before the feast of St.
Margaret the virgin, 25 Ed. I. Gh. 16.

Letters patent of King Edward II, dated at Berwick-upon-Tweed,
ist March, 4th of his reign, being a licence of alienation to John de
Ravenston to enable him to grant to the prior and convent of
Ravenston certain land in exchange for other land in the same village.
[Mutilatedi] Ch. 17.

William Amyoun and Agnes his wife grant to Roger, the prior, and
convent of Ravenston 2 acres and 3 roods of land with appurtenances
in the territory of Ravenston for ever.

Dated at Ravenston, in the feast of St. Valentine the martyr,
6 Ed. II. Ch. 18.

Letters patent of King Edward II, dated at Westminster, 27 March,
7th of his reign, being a licence to assign to the prior and convent of
Ravenston by Philip Alfrich one messuage and 20 acres of land in
Ravenston, in exchange for a messuage and 20 acres of land in the
same village. Ch. 19.

Letters patent of King Edward II, dated at Northampton, 4 July,
[loth of his reign], being a licence to Drogo de Barantyn that he may be
able to assign to the prior and convent of Ravenston twenty acres of
brushwood with appurtenances in Ravenston. [Mutilated^ Ch. 20.

Thomas de Lyford and Joane his wife grant to Philip Tone of
Ravenston and Matilda his wife, all their lands, tenements, &c. which
they have in Ravenston, to hold the same to them and their heirs for
ever. Dated at Ravenston 9 Ed. II. Ch. 21.

Bull of pope John XXII, dated 14 Kl. Jan., 2nd year of his
episcopate [13 18], confirming the gift of the church of Ravenstone with
certain other lands and possessions in the same place, by King
Henry III, to the prior and convent of Ravenston. Ch. 22.

Alice, relict of John de Ravenston, grants to Philip Tone of
Ravenston and Alice his wife 2 acres i J rood of land in Ravenston
for ever.

Dated at Ravenston the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Luke the evangelist, 14 Ed. II. Ch. 23.

Henry de Warewik and Christiana his wife grant to Walter
Wydmot of Ravenston and Beatrice his wife and Joane their daughter,
one rood of arable land in the field of Ravenston for ever.

Dated at Ravenston the Sunday next after the feast of St. James
the apostle, 18 Ed. 11. Ch. 24.

Henry de Warewyk in Ravenston and Christiana his wife grant to
Ely de Weston in Ravenston six acres of land in the fields there.

Dated at Ravenston the Wednesday next before the feast of
St. Laurence the martyr, 18 Ed. II, Ch. 25.



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BUCKS.
Henry de Mulsho of Rayenston grants to sir Richard de Ravenston,
chaplain, one acre and one rood of arable land and 2 roods of meadow

in the field of one acre of land in Scyttho near the land which

William Gyle holds of sir William de Mokelstone, kt. [Mutilated.]

Dated 4 Ed. IIL Ch. 26.

Alice grants to sir Robert, the prior, and convent of

Ravenston 3 J acres of land lying in the fields and meadows of

to hold the same for the term of her life, after her decease the said
land to revert to Nicholas her husband, and after his decease to
remain to the said prior and convent for ever. [Mutilated.]

Dated at Ravenston the Thursday after the feast of St. Matthew
the apostle, 7 Ed. III. Ch. 27.

Joane Adecok, who was the wife of Roger lugelberd of North-
hampton, grants to John le Masun of Ravenston, clerk, one acre of
arable land .... Weston at ' Le Smalehegges/ near the land of the
abbot of Lavenden. [Mutilated.]

Dated at Ravenston, All Saints, 11 Ed. III. Ch. 28.

Joane Adecok, who was the wife of Roger Ingelberd of North-
hampton, binds herself in a bond to John le Masun of Ravenston,
clerk, to pay to him or his attorney in the church of Ravenston 30s.
at the feast of Epiphany following.

Dated at Ravenston the Wednesday next after the feast of All
Souls, II Ed. III. Ch. 29.

Charter by which of Ravenston grants to

his messuage in Ravenston with the houses built thereon, with a

curtilage, garden [Mutilated.]

Dated at Ravenston the Sunday in ,15 Ed. III.

Ch. 31.

Henry, son of William de Castro, grants to Hugh Ode of Ravenston
one rood of arable land lying at le Peretrewelle.

Dated at Ravenston .... next after the translation of St. Hugh
the bishop, 15 Ed. III. Ch. 32.

John Pykenham appoints John Lacy and Walter Botayne, hi»
attornies, to deliver seisin to William Trussel, esq., of his manor
of Ravenston with appurtenances, according to the form and eff'ect of
a certain charter. Dated at London, 2 Feb., . . Rich. II. Ch. 35.

Letters patent of King Richard II, dated at Westminster, 26 Feb.,
2nd of his reign, granting licence to the sub-prior and brethren of
Ravenston to elect a prior in room of Eustachius Bernard who had
resigned. Ch. 36*

The prior and convent of Ravenston, as appropriators of the church
of Ravenston, agree with William, the vicar, to augment the stipend
£3 14s. annually from 2 farms pertaining to the priory, viz. one in
Stoke called ' Bery ferme,* and another in Ravenston called ' Wotteny
ferme.'

Dated in the feast of the Invention of the Cross, 5 Ed. IV,
1465- Ch. 37.



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BUCKS.
STOKE GOLDINGTON. John Norman of Stoke Goldington

grants to sir "William , clerk, half an acre of arable land

lying in the north field of Stoke aforesaid in a certain place called
Bradeleye. [Mutilated.]

Dated after St. Hilary the bishop, i8 Ed. III. Ch. 33.

STOKE GOLDINGTON, IKLEE, PIDDINGTON, and
WESTON. "William de Haregrave of Stoke Goldington, chaplain,
grants to the prior of the church of Ravenston all his tenements in the
villages and fields of Stoke, Ikelee, Pyddington, and "Weston, which fall
to him by heirship, with one messuage and thirty acres of land which
he had by the gift and feofi'ment of a certain Nich. the smith of
Ravenston, &c.

Dated at Stoke Goldington the Sunday in the vigil of the
Assumption, 24 Ed. III. Ch. 34.

"WESTON. Richard de Haregrave of Stoke Goldington grants to
John Lambard of Weston, Joan his wife, and their heirs, 165. 6d.
rent from 6 acres of land and one acre of meadow which the said John,
and Joan, and their daughters hold in Weston for their lives. [Muti-
lated.] Dated ...... Ed. III. Ch. 30.



PRIORY OF TICKFORD.

ASTON, near Birmingham. Proceedings in a cause relating to
the chapel of Yerdele, against Simon and Henry, priests, and certain
others of Worcester and Coventry dioceses, on the relation of William,
rector of the church of Eston, by which it is decided that the chapel
of Yerdele is appurtenant to the mother church of Eston.

Done at Langford, 11 July, 1237. Ch. 45.

Fragments of charter reciting proceedings in a cause relating to the
chapel of Yerdele. (Proceedings as set out in document no. 45. q. v.)

Ch. 43 & 44.

Giles de Erdinton grants to Thomas de la Hurne, for his homage
and service, his capital messuage in Eston near the church, and the
whole meadow and moor in that part called Stockedemedue with
their appurtenances, and 24 acres of land in the same village, for
which the said Thomas gave in exchange a tenement in the village of
Erdington and a rent of 2^d. Excepting the moor under the mill of
"Wytton which the said Thomas holds of Nicholas Saleman, paying
annually to the said Giles and his heirs 4od. sterling, (c. 1270.)

Ch. 46.

Richard, son of Nicholas de Fonte, grants to William, son of Geoffrey
Wodard, for his service and 105., one half acre of arable land in the
parish of Eston, namely, that which he has in ' Wodeweyeforlonge '
and which Hugh de la Liche sometime held, paying annually one
clove at Easter for all services, (c. 1280.) Ch. 47.

John de Gaiys, the prior, and convent of Tykeford near Newport



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BUCKS.
Paynel, have demised to Hugh de Hopewas, canon of Lichfield, and
John de Aston, chaplain, the church of Aston near Birmingham, and
their parsonage of the said church, with the tithes of corn of Aston,
AYythton, Dodeton, Necheles, and Erdington, for five years, paying
annually i6 marks sterling.

Dated at Tykeford the Sunday on the feast of the Purification,
28 Ed. IIL Ch. 54.

John, the prior, and the canons of Tykeford authorise Hugh de
Hopewas, canon of Liehfield, and John de Aston, to j)ay to the chapter
of Lichfield 80 marks, owing to the said chapter by the prior and
canons, by name of a certain annual pension, saving the allowance of
685. as is expressed in an indenture.

Dated at Tykeford the Monday next after the feast of the
Annunciation, 1354. Ch. 5^.

CHICHELEY. John, the prior, and convent of Tykeford grant to

E-icliard Smyth of Chechele and Emma his wife a messuage and five

acres of arable land in the village and fields of Chechele. [^J^futilaied.^

Dated at Tykeford the Friday in Ed. III. Ch. 52.

Indenture made 26 July^ 5 Hen. VIII, between Thomas Broke,
the prior, and convent of Tickford, of the one part, and Richard Glover
of Chich r . . , being a lease of a messuage with appurtenances in

to hold the same for 60 years at an annual rent of 41s.

[Mutilated.] Ch. 60.

Indenture made 5 Jan., 11 Hen. VIII, between Thomas Broke,
tlie prior, and convent of Tykford nye Newport Faynel of the one part,
and Christopher Davese of Battyllesdon, co. Beds., yeoman, of the other
part, witnesseth that the said prior and convent have received of the
said Christopher £32, and have demised to him all their tithe cornes in
the parish of Checheley^ excepting the tithe of the manor of Thytcthorne,
for 13 years ; paying for the 3. first years one peppercorn, for the 4th
year £8, and for the remainder £10 annually. Ch. 57.

NEWPORT PAGNELIi. Amice, formerly wife of Richard de
Marisco of Newxoort, grants to Thomas, son of Amice, of Newport, and
Alice his wife, three acres of arable land in the fields of Newport, paying
annually for the same ^d. (c. 1280.) Ch. 48.

TICKFORD. John de Roden, in Newport Paynel ^ grants to John

de Craule, jun., and Agnes his wife, one half acre of land in the fields

of Tykeford, upon a culture called * Vorul,' near the land of AVilliam de

Emberton of the one part, and that of John de Craule, sen., of the other.

Dated at Newport Paynel the Tuesday next after the feast of

8t. Peter ad Vincula, 17 Ed. 11. Ch. 49.

John, son of Peter Chapman, of Newport Paynel, grants to John de
Crawel, jun., and Agnes his wife, one half acre of arable land in the
field of Tykeford upon ' Le Dytchfurlong/

Dated at Tykeford, 18 Ed. II. Ch. 50.

Letters patent of King Richard II, dated at Westminster 1 2 Dec,
6th of his reign ; being an exemplification of a bull of Pope Alexander IV,



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BUCKS,
dated at Viterbo, 6 Ides Nov., 3rd year of his pontificate, and confirmed
by King- Edward I, of exemption from episcopal jurisdiction of the priory
of Tykeford, a cell of the abbey of St. Martin at Tours. Ch, 58.

Letter from Guy, abbot of the monastery of Marmonstier, Tours,
appointing Humphrey Lytelton, priest, late monk of St. Peter's,
Westminster (on the recommendation of John, abbot of Westminster),
prior of the priory of Tickford, in the room of William Pemberton,
deceased. [Mutilated?^ Dated (1392). Cli. 59.

Fragment concerning an ecclesiastical suit. (c. 1440.) Ch. 56.

WILLEN. Citation from the dean of arches to John, vicar of
ibtoke, William Wytheberd and Richard Grey, parishioners of Wylien,
to appear before the said dean or his commissary in the church of the
B. V. M. of arches, London, the 3rd law day after the feast of St. John
ante porta Lateran, in an appeal on the part of the prior and convent
of Tickford, in a cause for providing the ornaments for the altar of the
church of Wylien. Dated 9 Kl. April, 1353. Ch. ^i.



CAMBRIDGESHIEE.

, ABINGTON (Little). Margery, daughter and heir of John
dfe Bhey, of Little Abinton, grants to Richard, brother of Peter le
Baker, of Cambridge, one messuage in Little Abinton and land lying
in the fields of the same village, with other land in the fields of
Badberham. (c. 1280.) (With seal.) Cambridgeshire Charters, i.

John Mansel of Little Abington grants to John Attebeye of the
same place, one rood of land in the field of Little Abington, at ' Le
gore,' at an annual rent of \d. (c. 1280.) Ch. 4.

Joan le Warner, formerly wife of Thomas le Warner, of Hyldrisham,
widow, grants to John Bonsqueir of Little Abynton and Joan his wife,
one piece of arable land in the fields of Little Abynton.

Dated at Little Abynton the Sunday next after the feast of the
apostles SS. Peter and Paul, 7 Ed. III. Ch. 2.

Indenture made 28 June, 39 Eliz., by which Philip Dalton of
Lincoln's Inn, London, leases to Henry Amye of Hildersham, Cam-
bridge, the rectory and parsonage of Little Abington for 2 1 years, at an
annual rent of £66 135. 4<:^. Ch. 3.

ASCHELEY, SYLVERLEY, and CHEVELEY. Indenture
made 22 March, 28 Hen. VIII, by which Thomas Lancaster of
Ascheley, gentleman, sells to Henry Everard of Denerston, co. Suffolk,
esq., his manors of Gynes and Sylverley in the county of Cambridge,
with all their appurtenances, together with all lands, &c., in the said
townships and in Cheveley. Ch. 5.

BARENTON (Manor of). Letters patent of King Edward I,
dated at Strugoill, 18 Oct., 20th year of his reign, being a licence to
Sir John de Lancaster, kt., and Annora his wife, to enable them to
infeoff Henry de Staunton with their manor of Barenton and the



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CAMBRIDGE,
advowson of the church of the said manor, also to euable the said Henry
to reinfeoff John and Annora with the said manor for their lives. Ch. 6.

BODKrSHAM. Geffrey the son of Humphrey, quit-claims to
Wimer de Holm and his heirs all his right in half a virgate and the
fourth part of one virgate of land in Bodkesham. (c. 1210.) Ch. 9.

CAMBRIDGE. Giffard de Vezan, chamberlain of the Pope,
acknowledges to have received of sir Thomas de Belhus, sheriff of Cam-
bridge, £1140 6s. in old money, weighing £10 1 8 9s. id. in 13 sacks
of money collected in England for the holy land and deposited in the
treasury of Ely by J., archbishop of Dublin, and Ardition, now bishop
of Mutin. Dated at London, 2 Ides Feb., 1285. Ch. 10.

Value and extent of the manors, lands, and tenements of Thomas
Dalton, gentleman, deceased, in the county of Cambridge, taken 20
Nov., 45 Eliz. Also of a messuage in Depden, co. Essex. Ch. 11.

Copy of the letters patent of King Charles I appointing Thomas,
earl of Suffolk, K.G., lieutenant within the counties of Cambridge and
Suffolk. Signed by *T. Suffolke' (on paper). Dated 9 May, ist year
of his reign. Ch. 14.

Appointment of Henry Snagg as deputy lieutenant of the county of
Cambridge, by the rt. hou. Henry Bromley, esq., lord lieutenant, &c.,
of the said county. Dated 16 Aug., 12 Geo. II. Ch. 15.

Orders promulgated by Matthew, bishop of Ely, to be observed by
those who offer themselves for the office of deacon or priest.

Dated at Wilberton, within the island of Ely, i Sept., 1 662. Ch. 36.

"William Thorburgh, LL. D., warden of the chapel of the Blessed
Virgin ' in mari,' admits Richard Bardar, esq., in full and perpetual
participation to all indulgences and privileges of the brethren and
sisters of the said chapel. Dated 1502. Ch. 35.

C AMBRID GE (Hospital of St. John the Evangelist). William
de Gosefeld, master of the Hosp. St. John Evang., and the brethren
of the same, in consideration of the charity, &c., moving John, bisliop
of Ely, in allowing the hospital to elect their own master so often as a
vacancy occurs, agree that he and his successors shall })articipate in all
their prayers, &c., for ever, and that they will offer at the shiine of
St. Etheldreda a wax candle of three pounds weight — in case of default
distraint to be made upon their lands or possessions, or upon the
rectory of Hornyngestrete. Dated 13 Jan., 1332. Ch. 31.

CAMBRIDGE (St. Michael's parish). John de Popelington,
burgess of Cambridge, grants to Robert tie Swan ton and others a
tenement, &c., in the parish of St. Michael, Camlnidge.

Dated at Cambridge the Monday next after the Purification
B.V.M., 43 Ed. in. Ch. 16.

John Poppelyngton, burgess of Cambridge, grants to William
Fishewyk, bedel of the university of Cambridge, a garden lying in the
parish of St. Michael's, Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge the Monday next before the feast of
St. Bartholomew the apostle, 3 Etch. II. [Seal.'] CIi. 17.

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CAMBRIDGE.
Bond given by Richard Asshewell and Beatrice his wife in a sum of
£40 to be paid to Robert Cokkesford and Juliana his wife at Cambridge
on the feast of St. Michael next following the date of these presents.
Dated at Cambridge the Tuesday next after the feast of St.
Barnabas, 5 Rich. IL [Seals.^ Ch. 18.

Richard Asshewell of Cambridge and Beatrice his wife, by a bond
in £40, covenant with Robert Cokkesford and Juliana his wife, late
wife of Richard Bedell, to levy a fine in the King's court at Westminster
or Cambridge for a messuage and parcell of vynes in the parish of
St. Michael's, Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge the "Wednesday next after the feast of
St. Barnabas the apostle, 5 Rich. IL [/Sea?s.] Ch. 19.

Richard Asshewell and Beatrice his wife, formerly daughter of
Geoffrey Pawe of Cambridge, grant to Robert Cokkesford and Juliana
Bedell, formerly wife of Richard Bedell, a tenement, garden, and
parcell of vines, in the parish of St. Michael, Cambridge.

Dated at Cambridge the Monday after the feast of St. Barnabas
the apostle, 5 Rich. II. [^'ea^s.] Ch. 20.

William Fysshewyk, bedel of the university of Cambridge, grants



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