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Dated at Little Waldyngfeld the Sunday next after the feast of
St. Valentine, 10 Ed. III. Ch. 405.

Thomas de Aldham of Little Waldingfeld grants to Robert de Ewelle
of the same place one piece of arable land in Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld the Wednesday next after the feast
of St. Augustine, bp., 14 Ed. III. Ch. 406.

Roger le Parker of Great Waldyngfeld grants to Geoffrey le Bakere

of Waldingfeld, chaplain, and John Aldith of the same place, one

messuage and three pieces of land, &c. in the village of Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld the Sunday on the feast of St. Boniface,

bp. and martyr, 19 Ed. III. Ch, 407.



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Sir Robert de Peyton, kt., grants to Roger le Parker of Great

Waldingfeld one piece of meadow in the village of Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld the Sunday after the feast of St.

Augustine, bp., 19 Ed. III. Ch. 408.

Hugh Balle of grants to Geoffrey Balle his brother and

Robert P .... all his lands, &c. which he had by the gift of William
Balle his father in Great and Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great AValdingfeld the Friday next after the feast of
the Purification B.V.M., 23 Ed-sIII. Ch. 409.

Robert Oral of Great Waldingfeld grants to John Aldich and
Benedict Edwards a certain messuage with a croft in the village of
Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfield the Thursday next after St. Petronilla
the virgin, 23 Ed. IIL Ch. 410.

John ..'.... and Gilbert grant to Roger and

Juliana his wife certain land in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated there .... St. Peter ad vine, 24 {%) Ed. IH.

[With seals ^ Ch. 410*.

Lidenture made ,26 Ed. Ill, witnesseth that sir Andrew

..... grants to Robert 2 acres of land in Waldingfeld.

Ch. 411.

Illegible charter, dated at Waldingfeld, 26 Ed. III. Ch. 412.

Indenture made at Aketon the Tuesday in the feast of St. Michael,
archangel, 29 Ed. Ill, by which sir Andrew de Bures and Alice his
wife let to farm to John de Sydhay of Great Waldingfeld five acres of
land and of a pasture called le Hethfeld in Great Waldingfeld.

Ch. 413.

Walter de Aldham and his wife Rose grant to sir Andrew de Bures,
kt., all their tenements in Great and Little Waldyngfeld.

Dated at Little Waldyngfeld the Sunday next after the feast of
St. Michael, 30 Ed. III. Ch. 414.

Sir Andrew Bures, kt., appoints sir Richard Tappell (?) of Wykk
his attorney to give seisin of certain land in Great Waldingfeld to

Dated at Aketon ,31 Ed. III. Ch. 250.

Roger Parker of Great Waldingfeld grants to Gilbert Welbe (or
Wette) of Aketon two pieces of meadow lying in the village of Wal-
dingfeld.

Dated at Waldingfeld the Sunday next after the feast of St. Augus-
tine, apostle of England, 34 Ed. III. [With secU.] Ch. 415.

Illegible charter, 34 Ed. III. Ch. 417.

Ralph, rector of Chilton, and Walter Daggerd of Great Waldyngfeld
grant to John Oral and Christiana his wife all the lands and tenements



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they acquired of the said John by a charter of feoffment in Waldyng-
feld aforesaid.

Dated at Great Waldyngfeld the Sunday next before the feast of
St. Thomas, 35 Ed. III. Ch. 416.

Illegible charter, dated 38 Ed. III. [With seal.] CA. 1381.

Indenture witnessing that Thomas Celyng and Agnes his wife grant
to farm to Dionisia, mother of Agnes, all their lands, &c. in Little
Waldingfeld for the term of her life.

Dated at Colchester the Thursday next after the feast of the
Exaltation of the Cross, 43 Ed. III. Ch. 418.

Manor court roll, held the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Lucy,
virg., 4 Eich. II. Ch. 419.

James grants to Adam Gauge and Juliana his wife

of Great Waldingfeld one croft and a way in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 2 January, 7 Rich. II. [With seal.]

Ch. 419*.

Margaret Botiller is bound to sir Thomas Mortimer, William
Forde, clerk, and Robert Hethe, in a sum of £40.

Dated ,12 Rich. II. Ch. 420.

Richard Rethold and Isabella his wife grant to John Apilton and
others a messuage and lands in Great and Little Waldingfield.

Dated at Little Waldingfield, 25 Sept., 23 Rich. II. Ch. 421.

Robert Peyton, Gilbert Depenham, John Rokewode, Will Rokewode,
John Aleyn, and James Grotene, rector of the church of Waldingfield,
grant to Andrew Botiller and Katherine his wife the manor of Great
Waldingfield with the advowson of the churches, to hold to them and
the heirs male of the said Andrew and Katherine.

Dated at Great Waldingfield the Thursday next after the feast of
St. Leo, pope, 2 Hen. IV. Ch. 422.

Robert Peyton, Gilbert Depenham, John Rokewode, and John
Aleyn appoint William Rokewode and James Grotone, rector of Great
Waldingfeld co-feoff'ees, to deliver seisin of the manor of Great

Waldingfeld, with the advowson of the churches to sir

Andrew Botiller, kt., and Katherine, daughter of William Phelyp,
esq.

Dated the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Ambrose, bp.,
2 Hen. IV. [With seals:] Ch. 42^.

Illegible charter, 4 Hen. IV. Ch. 424.

John Rokedew of Ilegh grants to Thomas Malcher one acre of land
in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld the Sunday before the Nativity of
St. John Bapt., 6 Hen. IV. Ch. 425.

John Mot and John Smethe of Neuton grant to Thomas Boneyt of



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SUFFOLK.

Waldingfeld and others one croft of land called Wodeshed in Great
Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, i6 Nov., 6 Hen. IV. [With seals.]

Ch. 426.

Simon Aylof and Thomas Colman of Great Waldingfeld grant to
Hugh Frere of the same place and Juliana his wife a messuage and
land in Great "Waldingfeld, they paying to the said Simon and Thomas
£15 1 6s. Sd. by 24 yearly payments of 13s. ^d.

Dated at Great "Waldingfeld the Sunday after the Conception
B.V.M., 8 Hen. lY. Ch. 427.

Gilbert Depenham and others demise to Andrew Botiller and

Katherine his wife and their heirs the manors of Great Waldingfeld

and Chilton in co. Suffolk, with the adVowson of the churches of the

same, which they had with others by the gift of sir Andrew Botiller, kt.

Dated at Waldingfeld, 10 Oct., i Hen. Y. [With seal.]

Ch. 138a.

Sir Andrew Botiller, kt., grants to John Howard, William Phelip,
John Phelip, and others, his manors of Great Waldyngfeld, Chilton,
and Neweton in Suffolk, with the advowson of the churches of

Waldyngfeld and

Dated at Great Waldyngfeld, 6 June, 2 Hen. Y. Ch. 42S.

Sir John Howard, kt., and others, remit and quit-claim to sir
Andrew Botiler, kt., all their right in the manors of Great Waldingfield,
Chilton, and Newton, and in the advowsons of the churches of Great
Waldingfeld and Chilton.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 5 Hen. Y. [With seals.] Ch. 429.

John Gauge of Sudbury and Adam atte Wode of Great W^aldyngfeld
grant to Simon Calle of Little Waldyngfeld and Agnes his wife and
others a garden, two crofts, with a certain way adjacent in Little
Waldyngfeld.

Dated at Little Waldyngfeld, 6 Dec, 8 Hen. Y. Ch. 430.

Thomas Alhoot of Great Waldingfeld grants to William Alhoot of

Kersey his brother, John Pendare, John Roodland, and John Cobbe of

Great Waldingfeld, certain lands and tenements in Great W^aldingfeld.

Dated the Monday next before the feast of the Annunciation

B. Y. M., 3 Hen. YI. [ With seal] Ch. 4^1.

Walter and Thomas Cotton, John Ansty, and Richard Sturgeon,
grant to Robert Jurdon a certain tenement in Great Waldingfeld for
an annual rent of 2 s.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld the Monday next after the feast of
St. James, 9 Hen. YL [With seal] Ch. 432.

Sir William Philip, kt., remits and quit-claims to sir John Howard,
kt., sirs Richard Waldegrave, sen. and jun., kts., Thomas Sampson
and Guy Corbet, esqs., all his right in the manors of Great Waldingfeld
and Chilton, and the advowson of the church of Chilton.

Dated I July, 9 Hen. YI. [With seal] Ch. 433.



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SUFFOLK.
John Ansty, sen., appoints Gilbert Clerbek his attorney to deliver
seisin of a tenement called ' Bernerews ' in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Waldingfeld the Monday next after the feast of St. James
the apostle, 9 Hen. VI. Ch. 434.

Kichard Hysyng of Little Waldingfeld grants to Thomas Appulton
of Little Waldingfeld and others all the lands, tenements, &c. formerly
Richard Ball's in Little Waldingfeld, as well as other lands, &c. in the
said Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 6 November, 10 Hen. VI. Ch. 435.

William E,yngefeld of Little Waldyngfeld grants to John Apilton,
jun., and others, all lands and tenements in the villages of Great and
Little Waldyngfeld called ' Holbrokes.'

Dated at Little Waldyngfeld, 14 March, 12 Hen. VI. Ch. 436.

Robert Parker of Great Waldingfeld demises to John .... et of
Waldingfeld, John Junold, tiler, Robert Glasewright (?), William

Maughen, and Roger , all his lands, tenements, &c. in Great

Waldingfeld. Dated 20 Nov. {% 13 Hen. VI. Ch. 437^

John Dander and Robert Middleton demise to Richard Thurston
of Great Waldingfeld and others, one croft in Great Waldingfeld
called Smythecroft.

Dated at Waldingfeld, 20 February, 13 Hen. VI. Ch. 438.

Thomas AUoet, John Alloet, and William Alloet remit and quit-
claim to John all their right in a messuage, buildings, and

lands lying together in Waldingfeld.

Dated at Waldingfeld, 4 June, 14 Hen. VI. Ch. 439.

John Appulton of Little Waldingfeld grants to John Appulton his
son and Margaret his wife a tenement with a garden and certain land
lying in Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 6 April, 15 Hen. VI. Ch. 440.

John Monk of Little Waldingfeld infeoffs Thomas Prat and others
in one tenement and eight acres of arable land in Little W^aldingfeld.
Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 20 May, 20 Hen. VI. [With seal.]

Ch. 441.

Robert Wellyng of Lavenham and others demise and confirm to
John Appulton and others a tenement called * Smythis,' with a garden
and two crofts of land in Moche AValdingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 8 May, 20 Hen. VI. Ch. 442.

John Pondere of Great Waldingfeld grants to John Laggard of the
same place, one messuage and one croft for the term of his life in the
same village.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld 21 Hen. VI. Ch. 443.

William Clopton of Melford .... and John Cobbe of Great

Waldingfeld grant to John and Robert Pondere of Great

Waldingfeld, one croft of land in Great Waldingfeld aforesaid.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld the Friday 23 Hen. VI.

Ch. 444.
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SUFFOLK.
Simon Calle, Agnes his wife, and others grant to John .... James
Rodelond of Little "Waldingfeld, and others, a croft and a little wood
in Little Waldingfeld. Dated » ... 23 Hen. VI. Ch. 445.

Thomas Cobbe and others grant to .... a messuage and a . . . ,
in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 23 Hen. YI. Ch. 446.

of Great Waldingfeld grants to John Glasewright, John

Rodelond, and Thomas Rodelond, a garden and croft in Little
"Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 4 November, 24 Hen. YI. Ch. 447.

Robert Wellyng of Layenham, esq., and others, demise to Roger
Morell of Melford and others, a messuage with a garden and croft in
Waldyngfeld.

Dated at Great Waldyngfeld, 4 July, 26 Hen. YI. Ch. 448.

Richard Colman of Little Waldyngfeld, Richard Alexander, and
Alice his wife, and others, demise to John Appilton, sen., of Waldyng-
feld, and others, two pieces of land within the parish of Little
Waldyngfeld.

Dated at Little W^aldyngfeld on the feast of St. George the martyr,
28 Hen. YI. Ch. 449.

John Heryet of Great Waldingfeld, fuller, remits and quit-claims
to John Sydey of the same place, all his right, &c. in a piece of land in
Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld . . May, 29 Hen. YI. Ch. 450.

An account of a sum of £6 of the earl of Oxford.

[^Nearly obliterated.] Ch. 451.

Henry Fynynglee and others demise and confirm to John Sake and
others half an acre of wood in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 20 January, 30 Hen. YI. Ch. 452.

Ralph West of Sudbury and others confirm to sir Thomas Waldegrave,
kt., and others, lands and tenements in the villages of Great Walding-
feld and Chilton.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 30 July, i Ed. lY. Ch. 453.

Margaret Hyne of Illygh remits and quit-claims to Alexander
Cressener, esq., and others, all right and claim in two closes lying in
Great and Little Waldyngfeld. Dated 7 July, 2 Ed. lY. Ch. 454.

John Coupere of Illygh grants to Alexander Cressener, esq., and

others, two closes of land in Great and Little Waldingfeld called
' Grendlye.'

Dated at Waldingfeld, i July, 2 Ed. lY Ch. 455.

Robert Smyth of Great Waldingfeld, Richard Sydey and Robert
Clark demise to John Glasewright one close called Cobbysmersch in
Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 1 7 November, 3 Ed. lY.

[With seals.] Ch. 456.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 531

SUFFOLK.
John Sake of Great Waldiugfeld grants to Robert Deen of Newton,
and others, a messuage, ^ an acre of wood, and certain lands, &c., lying
in the villages of Great Waldingfeld, Aketon, and Melford.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, lo April, 6 Ed. IV. Ch. 457.

John Appulton and William .... Rynghara grant to Alexander

Cressener and others one messuage, 3 crofts, &c. in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 16 Jan., 7 Ed. IV. Ch. 458.

"William Cros, son and heir of Thomas Cros of Edwardeston, grants
to sir Robert Chamberlen, kt., and others, all those lands, rents, &c.
in Little Waldingfeld which were formerly Rosie Calle's.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 16 March, 7 Ed. IV. Ch. 459.

Benedicta Reygnham of Great Waldingfeld, widow, remits and quit-
claims to Alexander Cressener and others all her right in a tenement,
three crofts and a pasture in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated 18 Jan., 7 Ed. IV. Ch. 460.

Illegible charter, dated 8 Ed. IV. CA. 461.

Illegible charter. [Tem^. Ed. IV.] Ch. 462.

George Prentis of Sudbury, Richard Rysyng of Little Waldingfeld,
William Yve, and John Nodelond grant to John Sydey of Great
Waldingfeld and others, all lands, &c. which were formerly John Sidey's
of Great Waldingfeld, fuller, lying in Great Waldingfeld, Nebton,
and Chilton.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, last Feb., 11 Ed. IV. Ch. 463.

" William Colman, chaplain, and William Hough demise to Robert
Crane, esq., and Isabella his wife, a grove of wood with a certain way
in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 12 May, 13 Ed. IV. Ch. 464.

Alexander Cressener, esq., John Clopton, esq., and others, grant to
Robert Crane and the lady Anne his wife, the manors, lands, &c. of
Great and Little Waldingfeld, Chilton, &c., which they hold by charter
of feoffment, dated 6 October, . . . Ed. IV.

Dated 10 December, 15 Ed. IV. Ch. 465.

Robert Smytli of Great Waldyngfeld and others grant to Robert Crane,
esq., and Anne his wife, half an acre of wood in Great Waldyngfeld.
Dated at Waldyngfeld aforesaid on the feast of St. Andrew, 15
Ed. IV. Ch. 466.

Richard Risyng, sen., and others, remit and quit-claim to John
\Baker of Little Waldingfeld all right in certain lands and tenements
in Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, . . October, 15 Ed. IV. Ch. 467.

John Syday of Great Waldingfeld and others demise and confirm
to John Syday of Stow-market and others, certain land in the parish
of Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 20 June, 19 Ed. TV. Ch. 468.

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SUFFOLK.
John Qlasewright of Great Waldingfeld and others demise to
Richard Martyn of Melford and others, one messuage with a garden
and croft in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, lo October, 20 Ed. IV. Ch. 469.

Indenture by which Thomas Asshford, citizen and woodmonger of
London, lets to farm to Robert Crane of Great Waldingfeld certain
pastures, services, &c. in Moche Waldingfeld, Chilton, and Acton.

Dated 4 June, 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 470.

John Glasshwryght of Great Waldingfeld and others demise to
Richard Martyn of Melford and others, a close of pasture in Great
Waldingfeld called Pynde.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 25 September, 22 Ed. IV. Ch. 471.

Roger Mart3ai of Long Melford in Suffolk (being with others seised
of three pieces of land in Little Waldingfeld) demises the same to
Humfrey Wyngfeld and others for the use of Edward Colman.

Dated 10 July, 24 Hen. VII. Ch. 472.

Alexander Cressener, esq., John Appulton of Great Waldingfeld,
sen., and Richard Rysing of Little Waldingfeld demise to Thomas
Appulton and Margaret his wife and others, two closes of land in
Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 21 i Rich. IIL Ch. 473.

John Syday late of Stow-market, dyer, and others, grant to John
Apylton, jun., of Great Waldingfeld, lands, rents, and tenements
lying in Great Waldingfeld, Newton, and Chilton.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 18 Nov., i Rich. III. Ch. 474.

John Syday of Chilton demises to thirty acres of land in

Waldingfeld.

Dated at Waldingfeld, 3 August, i Hen. VII. [Mutilated!]

Ch. 476.

Ralph Barton, clerk, James Rutlond of Sudbury, and others, demise
to Isabel Rutlonde one piece of pasture in the village of Great
Waldyngfeld.

Dated at Great Waldyngfeld, 19 Dec, 2 Henry VII. [With seal.]

Ch. 1382.

Ralph Barton and others demise to Isabel Rutlond, widow,

and James .... of Waldyngfeld, one piece of pasture in Great
Waldyngfeld.

Dated at Great Waldyngfeld, 19 Sept., 2 Hen. VII. Ch. 477.

Indenture made 3rd day of ... . Ch. 478.

John Goldyngham, esq., grants to Robert Crane, esq., and the lady
Anne his wife, and George Crane, certain lands, &c. in Great Walding-
feld and Edwardston. Dated 20 July, 5 Hen. VII. Ch. 479.

Charter by which .... John Appulton. Ch. 480.

Indenture made 10 Jan., 6 Hen. VII, by which Robert Crane, esq.,



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SUFFOLK.

sells to John Colman of Little Waldingfeld for £4, certain rents and

services amounting to 35., from lands, &c. in Moche Waldingfeld and

Edwardston. Ch. 481.

John Clopton, esq., grants to Katherine, formerly wife of John
Syday, certain lands in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated 18 October, 10 Hen. VIL Ch. 482.

Richard Kee of Little Waldingfeld and Joan his wife grant to
Thomas Hobart of Hadlegh and others, a messuage, garden, and land,
in Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 2 1 April, 1 1 Hen. VII.

[With seals.] Ch. 483.

John Hert of Waldyngfeld sells to William Lambe all the house
and lands which the said John holdeth in Waldyngfeld.

[Temp. Hen. VIL] Ch. 484.

John Syday of Great Waldingfeld and others grant to John Syday,
clerk, and others, a messuage in Great Waldingfeld, also certain parcels
of land in Aketon and Melford.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 12 January, 12 Hen. VIL

[With seals.] CA. 485.

Joan Brokford of Little Waldingfeld, relict of John Baker, remits
and quit-claims to Thomas Hobart and others all her right in a
messuage lying in Little Waldyngfeld.

Dated 23 April, 12 Hen. VIL Ch. 486.

John Sake of Aketon grants to John Syday, bailiff of Robert Crane,
and others, a messuage called Beleport in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 26 October, 12 Hen. VII. Ch, 487.

Thomas Spryng of Lavenham and William Park of Sudbury demise
to John Londe, alias John Heryot, jun., of Great Waldingfeld, Halph
Londe, alias Heryot, clerk, and others, a tenement and land in
Waldingfeld.

Dated at Waldingfeld, 10 November, 14 Hen. VII. Ch. 488.

John Sydey of Great Waldingfeld and others infeoff John Sydey
and others in a messuage and certain land in Waldingfeld.

Dated there 16 Hen. VII. [Partly illegible^ Ch. 489.

Roger Ponder and James Rutland demise to William Halman of
Little Waldingfeld and others, a piece of pasture in the village of
Great Waldingfeld called * Wombisley.'

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 8 October, 16 Hen. VIL Ch. 490.

The executors of the will of John Sydey grant to John Chestur and
Christiana his wife, and others, one croft of land containing about
three acres in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated . . . August, 19 Hen. VIL Ch. 491.

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SUFFOLK.

Appulton and Margery his wife, and others, a messuage, crofts, and
land in Little Waldingfeld.

Dated at Little Waldingfeld, 24 October, 19 Hen. VII. Ch. 492.

Robert Appulton of Little Waldingfeld, Robei-t Waynflete, alias
Pyper, of Great Waldingfeld, and others, demise to Roger Ponder of
Great Waldingfeld, and others, certain land and one croft in Great
Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 16 May, 21 Hen. VII. Ch. 493.

John Appulton of Great Waldingfeld grants to Robert Glasewright
of Waldingfeld and others a piece of arable land in Great Waldingfeld.
Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 30 July, 21 Hen. VII. Ch. 494.

John Appulton of Great Waldingfeld, husbandman, grants to Robert
Parker and others one croft of arable land called Vpstrete croft, &c. in
Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 30 December, 23 Hen. VII.

Ch. 495,

William Herward of Sudbury, fuller, grants to John Sidey of Great
Waldingfeld and others a croft and land called ' Wodeshed ' in Great
Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 21 April, 24 Hen. VII. Ch. 496.

Indenture dated 24 Jan., 12 Hen. VIII, witnesseth that John Syday
of Waldyngfeld the More, laborer, having borrowed of Robert Crane
of Chilton, esq., 40s. to be paid at the feast of All Saints next, binds
himself and his heirs, in case of default, to make over to the said
Robert his house in Waldyngfeld. Ch. 497.

ThomaSj^ the son of Thomas Cobbe of Great Waldingfeld, demises to
Robert Glasewright and others one close called ' Cobbysmersch ' in
Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 1 6 August, 1 3 Hen. VIII.

[With seal] Ch. 498.

Ralph Rudland of Great Waldingfeld and others demise to AVil-
liam Wystew of Sudbury and others one rent ('rentare') in Great
Waldin^eld.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 24 June, 17 Hen. VIII. Ch. 499.

Robert Glaswright of Great Waldingfeld and others demise to John
Innold and others all their lands, &c. in Great Waldingfeld which were

lately John , deceased.

Dated at Great Waldingfeld, 4 Sept., 17 Hen. VIIL Ch. 500.

William Holmes of Great Waldingfeld, John Sidey le Clerk of the
same village, and John Rodland, late of the same place, and now of
Monks Illeigh, feoffees of the last will of Robert Parker, late of Wal-
dingfeld, in consideration of a sum of money paid by Robert Crane,
sell to the said Robert and John Wasps 12 pence of annual rent
charged on a croft and close in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated 7 September, 18 Hen. VIII. Ch. 501.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBKARY. 535

SUFFOLK.
William Holmes and others, feoffees under the will of Kobert
Parker, confirm a sale of one croft of land, with a toft or garden within
the same in Great "Waldingfeld, which the executors of Kobert Parker
had made to Hobert Crane, esq., and John Waspe.

Dated 6 Sept., i8 Hen. VIIL Ch. 502.

John Hutton, rector of Chilton, and Geoffrey Platfote of the same
village, demise to William Wystewe and others an acre of pasture lately
John Syday's of Great Waldingfeld, dyer.

Dated at Chilton, 11 August, 20 Hen. VIIL Ch. 503.

Indenture dated 16 Sept., 24 Hen. YIII, witnesseth that Robert
Rudlond of Marsey hath bargained and sold to Richard Dogett and
Edmond Tod lands, pastures, and woods called Bombysley in Great
Waldyngfeld. Ch. 504.

John Innolde of Sudbury and Margaret his wife, in consideration of

the receipt of £21, bargain and sell to Robert Crane, senior, and Joan

his wife a tenement called ' Lagardes ' and ' Chapmans,' with two closes

and croftes, paying annually to the lords of Waldingfeld halle 5s. 3c?.

Dated 6 June, 25 Hen. VIIL Ch. 505.

Indenture made 16 Sept., 24 Hen. YIII, by which Richard Dogett
and Edmund Tod purchases from Robert Rudlond of Marsey certain
lands, pastures, and woods in Great Waldingfeld. Ch. 506.

John Springe of Hecheham demises to Robert Crane, sir William
Waldegrave, kt., and others, one field of arable and pasture land called
Upstrete crofte in Great Waldingfeld.

Dated at Waldingfeld aforesaid, 12 March, 25 Hen. YIII.

Ch. 507.

Indenture made 20 January, . . Hen. YIII, between John Innold
of Sudbury of the one part and Robert Crane of the other, witnesseth
that in consideration of the sum of £20 the said John sells to the said
Robert certain land in Great Waldingfeld. Ch. 508.

Sir William Drury, kt., and others grant to Felicia Peyton, widow,
an annual pension of 22 marks, arising from the manor of Peyton Hall
and Baddelees in Great Waldingfeld. [Temp. Hen. VIIL] Ch. 509.



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