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Indenture made i September, 34 Hen. VIII, by which Robert Crane
of Chilton, in consideration of the receipt of .£32, grants to John
Wyncoll of Little Waldingfeld a messuage, &c. in Great Waldingfeld.

Ch. 510.

Indenture made i August, 37 Hen. YIII, by which John Innold, in
consideration of the receipt of <£8, sells to Robert Crane of Chilton
his lands, tenements, &c. in Moche Waldingfeld. Ch. 511.

Indenture made 15 April, 7 Ed. VI, by which Robert Crane of
Chilton, esq., grants to John Kendall of Moche Waldingfeld, clothe-
maker, a close and croft in Great Waldingfeld for 10 years at an
annual rent of 535. 40?. Ch. 512.



536 CALENDAR OF CHABTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Indenture made 7 December, . . Edward VI, by which Edward
Colman of Waldingfeld, gent., for certain considerations, sells unto
"William Cordell of Long Melford, gent., certain houses and lands lying
in Great and Little Waldingfeld and Edwardeston. Ch. 513& 513 «.

Indenture dated 28 November, 3 and 4 of Philip and Mary, by which
Robert Crane of Chilton, lessee of lands under the seal of the dissolved
house of Crutched Friars, London, demises to James Lowe (?) of Moche
"Waldingfeld a piece of pasture and wood in Moche "Waldyngfeld.

Ch. 514.

The names of tenants, &c. in Waldingfeld with the sums of money
An. 1562. [Partly illegible^] Ch. 515.

Anne Wyncoll of Little Waldingfeld remits and quit-claims to
Robert Fenninge of the same all her right in a messuage or tenement
called Hammondes in Little Waldingfeld.

Dated 15 November, 30 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 516.

Citation from Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, to Thomas Carew,
senior, of Little "Waldingfeld, to take out or refuse letters of adminis-
tration of George Carew of Richmond, co. Surrey, deceased.

Dated at London, 13 November, 17 10. Ch. ^i^j.

WALTON, St. FELIX (Priory of). William de Burnevilla
grants to the church of St. Felix and the monks there, his man Eluric
Pipin with his children, free of all service except xvc?., which Fulk the
prior and his successors will give annually to the said William.

(c. 1 180.) Ch. 240.

Robert de Burnevilla grants to the monks of St. Felix, at Walton,
his man Elfric Pipin with all his children, free of all service. For this
donation the prior and monks gave to him los. (c. 1170-80.) Ch. 239.

William, lord of Grimestune, grants to the church and monks of St.
Felix, in frankalmoigne, 12c?. from the land which was Eadnoth's,
which Roger Cristemasse held. (c. 1200-10.) Ch. 241,

Richard de Stampes grants to the priory of Walton St. Felix, in
frankalmoigne, an annual rent of 6d. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 242.

Isabella, the daughter of Hugh Joye, grants to the church of St. Felix
2 cZ. annual rent in Walton, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 24^.

Commission from Thomas, the prior, and chapter of Rochester, to
John, keeper of the cell of St. Felix, Walton, Norwich diocese,
William de Shotindon, sacrist of Rochester, Thomas de Hakynton,
John de Grenestrete, and John de Westham, for the election of a bishop
of Rochester, the see being then vacant.

Dated in their chapter of Rochester, 8 Id. June, 1291.

[With seal.] Ch. 1384.

Thomas Wolsey, archbishop of York, remits and quit-claims to
Thomas Wentworth, Philip Tylney, John Cornewales, Edmund
Wyndham, and Edmund Knevet, all right, &c. to lands, advowsons, &c.
belonging to the priory of Felixstowe, co. Suffolk.

Dated 20 October, 21 Hen. VIII. Ch. 244,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 537

SUFFOLK.
WALSHAM. Helyas, son of Adam, the priest of Walesliam, grants
to Alice and Cecilia his sisters half a rood of land lying in the village
of Walesham. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 1383.

WANGFORD. The will of John Roo of Wangford, made
30 Dec, 1469. Ch. 1211.

WESTHALL. Indenture dated 5 June, 19 Charles II, by which
the dean and chapter of Norwich demise to Samuel Spendlove of
Norwich, woollen draper, their impropriate rectory of Westhall for
2 1 years at an annual rent of £4 and certain wheat and malt.

Ch. 1 2 13.

WESTLEY and FORNHAM. Anselm, the abbot of St. Ed-
mund, grants to Leo and his heirs one toft in St. Edmund and
lands in Westley and Fornham. [Anselm, abbots 1 121—48.) Ch. i.

WESTLEY. Isabella, relict of Robert de Westle, grants to the
prior and brethren of the hospital of St. Peter one rood of land, in
exchange for another in the fields of Westle. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 65.

Robert de Waunford, merchant, grants to the hospital of St. Peter

without the gate of Risseby, in the suburb of St. Edmund, six acres of

arable land lying in the fields of Westle in that field called ' Le Dune.'

(c. 1260-70.) [With seal.'] Ch.6'j.

John de Westle, chaplain, gives to the hospital of St. Peter one
halfpenny of annual rent, which he was accustomed to receive of
Isabella, relict of Robert de Westle. (c. 1270-80.) [With seal.]

Ch. 69.

Walter, son of Adam of Westle, and Marsilia his wife grant to the
hospital of St. Peter a piece of arable land in the fields of Westle.

(c. 1260-70.) [With seals.] Ch.)i.

Convention (indented) made between Robert de Baketon, clerk, then
prior of the hospital of St. Peter, and convent of the same, of one part,
and Robert de Waunford and Isabella his wife of the other, by which
the said Robert and Isabella grant to the said hospital six acres of
land in Westle, for which the said prior and convent gave annually 45.
(c. 1260-70.) [With seal.] Ch. ^6.

Convention, dated 1275, between William, son of Bartholomew of
St. Edmund, of one part, and the brethren of the hospital of St. Peter
of the other, witnesseth that the said William grants in exchange to
the said hospital three roods of land in the fields of Westle, &c.

[With seal] Ch. 'j'j,

Roger de Multon grants to Hugh de Bakinghech and Peter de
Bansole, merchants of St. Edmund, one piece of arable land lying in
the field of Westle. (c. 1280.) . [With seal] Ch. 1385.

Roger, son of Roger de Multone, grants and quit-claims to William,
the prior, and hospital of St. Peter all his right and claim in six acres
of arable land lying in the field of Westle.

Dated 29 Ed. I. IWith seal] Ch. 1386.



538 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
Roger de Multon, parson, of Chetebere, remits and quit-claims to
the hospital of St. Peter, all his right to seven -pence annual rent from
six acres of land in the fields of Westle.

Dated at St. Edmund's the Friday next after the feast of St.
Michael, 4 Ed. H. Ch. 97.

Robert Gryfford grants and confirms to John de Brom and others
eight acres of land lying in the fields of Westle near St. Edmund.

Dated at Westle the Tuesday on the feast of St. Crispin and
Crispinian, martyrs, 30 Ed. III. [IFii^ seal.^ Ch. 1387.

WESTON. Roger de Aph . . 1 . . of Weston remits and quit-claims

to William son of Ralph ' le Yentrer ' all his right in one halfpenny

rent which he was accustomed to receive at Michaelmas of William, son

of Mai'garet Helle of Weston, from a certain piece of land in W^eston.

Dated at W^eston the Sunday next after the feast of St. James,

apostle, 9 Ed. HI. Ch. 1388.

Illegible charter. {Temj). Ed. III.] Ch. 1389.

WETHERINGSETT relict of Ralph Estrild of

Wetheringsett, grants to William her son all her right in a piece of
land in the parish of Wetheringsett. (c. 1260-70.). Ch. 1390.

WEYBRIDGE. The will of Edward Curson of Waybridge, co.
Suffolk, gentleman, dated 26 May, 1651. Ch. 1391.

WICKHAM. Lefseda, the daughter of Thorold de Wycham,
widow, grants to Richard, son of Robert de Whatefelde, the whole of
his land and one messuage which he held in Wycham. (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 1392.

John Gernun of Wycham quit-claims to Richard son of Robert de
Watefeld the whole of the land which Lefseda, who was the daughter
of Thorald de Wycham, gave to the said Richard in the village of
Wycham, paying annually 66?. (c. 1260.) Ch. 1393.

John Gernun of Wicham grants to Richard de Watefeld, for his
homage and for eight marks sterling, five acres of land, more or less,
in AVicham, paying annually for the same I'jd. (c. 1270.) Ch. 1394.

Robert de Scheyt grants to John le Bover one piece of land lying in
Wycham in a field called ' Helle,' paying annually for the same 2d.
(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1395.

Thomas Pyteman of Wycham grants to Henry Costi one piece of
land in the field called ' Wylethenemere.' (c. 1270.) Ch. 1396.

Manser de Skeyth of Wycham grants to John, son of Gunnora de
Gythyham, one piece of arable land in Wycham in a field called
'Phuycemor/ (c. 1270.) • (7/i. 1397.

Illegible charter, temp. Hen. III. Ch. 1398.

Matilda, daughter of William Gernun of Pylecok, widow, grants to
Thomas Gernun, her brother, 12 acres of arable land in Wycham.

(c. 1270.) Ch. 1399.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 539

SUFFOLK.

Martin Morcoc of Wye ham grants to Benedict Pellinario of Skeyth
one piece of arable land in Wycham at an annual rent of ^d. (c. 1 270.)

Ch. 1400.

Walter, son of Manser de Wicham, grants to Adam, son of Thomas
Orger, for his homage and service, the whole of the land which Thomas
Orger, father of the said Adam, sometime held of him in the village of
Wicham. (c. 1260.) Ch. 1401.

Hugh de Lassandre grants to Richard de Bosco of Wicham, for
his homage and service and for io.<?. 4d. in hand paid, one acre and one
rood of wood in the wood called Hyda. [With seal.] Ch. 1402.

Thomas Hose of Wicham grants to Adam, son of Thomas Hemming,
eight pieces of arable land in Wicham. (c. 1270.) [With seal.]

Ch. 1403.

Manser de Skeyth grants to Roger le Reve of Wycham one piece
of arable land in Wycham, lying in a field called ' Wylegenemere.'

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1404.

Richard de Watefeld grants to Manser de Holegate one piece of
arable land in the village of Vicliam. (c. 1250.) Ch. 1405.

Agnes, daughter of Roger de Berton, clerk, quit-claims to Richard
Russel of Whatefeld all her right in a certain tenement in Wykham,
for which quit-claim he gave her 2 marks, (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 1406.

John, son of Anaund de Thweyt, grants to Richard de Whatefeld
all right and claim in land and a tenement which lies in the village
of Wykham. (c. 1250.) (7^.1407.

Walter, son of Baldrick the smith, of Wycham, grants to Margery,
daughter of Philip le Porter of Eya, one piece of land in Wycham,
paying annually for the same 3d (c. 1260.) Ch. 1408.

John, son of Thomas Gernun, grants to Richard Russel of Svatefeld

the whole of the land and a tenement, with the homages and services,

which Roger de Berton held of Thomas Gernun his father inWyckham.

(c. 1250.) Ch. 1409.

Emma, widow of Manser de Wicham, grants to Robert her brother
one piece of land in Wicham in a field called ' Gunisfeld,' paying
annually for the same ijc?. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1410.

Illegible charter, temp. Ed. I. Ch. 141 1.

Walter, son of Baldrick the smith, of Wycham, grants to Vincent,
Bon of Robert Aylwy, for i8s., one piece of land in Wycham.

(c. 1280.) Ch. 14 1 2.

William Godenell, deacon, grants to Robert and John, sons of
Jordan the carpenter, for their homage and service and for 295., one
piece of land lying in a field called * Jolhege,' paying annually for the
fiame 4c?. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 14 13.

Martin Morkat of Wicham grants to William, son of Turgis of



540 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

Rishangl, for his service and i is., twelve pence of annual rent coming
annually from John Gernun of "Wicham for land in Wicham.

(c. 1260-70.) [With seal.] Ch. 141^*.

Robert Hume and , for 195., grant to

one piece of land which Agnes, who was the wife of Odo ,

sometime held in Wickham. (c. 1240-50.) Oh. 14 14.

Robert, son of Henry de Bosco of Wicham, quit-claims to Richard
de Wicham, clerk, for ever, one penny annual rent, which he was
accustomed to pay to him for a certain messuage in Wicham.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 14 15.

Thomas Gernun grants to Roger de Berton, clerk, that he may be
his attorney to make the service to the chief lords of the fees which
he holds of him in Wicham. (c. 1250.) Ch. 1416.

Roger, son of sir William de Cotton, kt., grants to Robert, son of
Roger de Wycham, two pieces of land, one lying in a field called

* Dune ' and the other in a field called ' Merys,' in Wycham, at an
annual rent of one penny. Dated 5 Ed. L Ch. 1417.

Robert de Wyverdstun grants to Alexander, the 'pastor' of Wycham,
one piece of land above Scheyth at an annual rent of ^d.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch.i4iS.

Martin del Grene of Wycham grants to Katherine his daughter
and Nicholas le Goldsmit, in free marriage, one piece of his garden
with buildings, &c., and 2 pieces of arable land in the field called

* Wlfryhtufe,' and Sd. annual rent from Theobald, his brother, in
Wycham. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1419.

Brian, son of Odo de Colchester, grants to Nicholas de Bedefeld
a piece of land in Wicham and the homage and service of William
Bussop and his heirs, for a tenement held of the said Brian of the said
fee. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1420.

Martin, son of Odo de Grene, grants to Nicholas de Bedefelde six
acres of land in Wicham. (c. 1270-80.) Ch.1421.

Odo Morcoc grants to Godfrey Cordebof one piece of land in
Wicham at an annual rent of Sd. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1422.

Illegible charter, temp. Ed. II. Ch. 1423.

Alice Dais and John her son grant to de Wickham.

[Illegible.] Ch. 1424.

Indenture dated 20 April, 33 Henry YIII, by which Richard
Freeston of Mendham demises to Nicholas Godard of Wichamskeyth
a meadow, part of the manor of Wichamskeyth, for 42 years at an
annual rent of 35. 4c?. Ch. 1425.

Indenture dated 8 January, 35 Henry VIII, witnesseth that Richard
Freston of Meudham, lord of the manor of Wicham Skeyth, in
consideration of the payment of £12, grants to Nicholas Godard of
Wicham Skeyth three acres of land in Wicham Skeyth for 300 years,
at 3c?. annual rent. Ch. 1426.



'IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 541

SUFFOLK.

Indenture made 14 May, 35 Hen. VIII, by which Richard Freston

of Mendham, esq., demises to Thomas Bedwall and Elizabeth his wife

and their sons, the site of the manor of Wykham and lands, &c. for 99

years, at an annual rent of £10. Ch. 1427.

Indenture made 10 November, 35 Hen. VIII, by which Richard
Freston of Mendham, esq., lord of the manor of Wickham Skeyth, in
consideration of the receipt of £90, demises unto John Braine of
Stokeasshe, yeoman, certain land in "Wickham Skeyth for the term of
three hundred years, at an annual rent of \\\\d. Gh. 1428.

Indenture dated 7 December, 35 Hen. VIII, by which Richard
Freston of Mendham, esq., lord of the manor of Wickham Skeyth, in
consideration of the receipt of £6, demises to Edward Dove of Wickham
Skeyth a small close of land in Wickham Skeyth for the term of 99 years,
at an annual rent of mid. Ch. 1429.

Indenture dated 10 Decemb., 37 Hen. VIII, by which Richard
Freston of Mendham in the co. of Suffolk, lord of Wickham Skeyth,
demises to John Braine of Stokeasshe, for £10 14s. 6d. in hand paid,
one close called Grenecroft lying in Wickham Skeyth, for 1000 years,
at an annual rent of id. Ch. 1430.

Indenture dated 21 April, 14 Q. Eliz., by which Richard Freston
demises to John Bedwell his lands, pastures, &c. in Wickham for 3
years, at an annual rent of 305. Ch. 1431.

'Rentell renued for a yeare due at St. Michael, 1627,' for the manor
of Wickham Skeyth. 0^.1432.

WINGFIELD (CoUege at). Indenture between master Robert
Bude, master or provost of the collegiate church of Wingfield, and
the brethren of the same house of the one part, who demise to Robert
Warner of Wynferthyng of the other part, a certain inclosure in
"Wyngfeld for 60 years, at an annual rent of 85.

Dated at Wyngfeld, i Jan., 27 Hen. VIII. [With seal] Ch. 248.

WIRLINGHAM (Little). The prior and convent of Norwich
confirm to the monastery of Buttley the church of Little Wirlingham
St. Peter, appropriated to that monastery by W. de Suffeld, bp. of
Norwich.

Dated at Norfolk, 3 Id. Sept., 5 of his pontificate, i.e. 1 249. Ch. 190.

WIRLING WORTH. John, son of Robert de Wilryngworth,
quit-claims to William, the abbot of St. Edmund, all bis right in two
acres and a half of land in ' Stannardiscrofts ; ' also certain meadow
and pasture land.

Dated at Wilryngworth the Saturday before the feast of St. Mark
the evangelist, 13 Ed. III. Ch. 103.

Memorandum of the receipt of 1 85. 8cZ. from the rector of Wyrlyn-
worth, by Robert, abbot of Bury St. Edmund, the receiver of the
loths for the archdeaconries of Suffolk and Sudbury.

Dated 14 November, 12 Ed. IV. Ch. 125.



542 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
WISSET. Matilda, wife of Nicholas de Breton, grants to sir John,
son of Oliver de Vaux, six-pence of annual rent in the village of
AVisete. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 12 13.

Juliana, wife of John Redhed of Wyssete, quit-claims to "William de
Nerford and Petronilla his wife, all right and claim in four acres of
land in the village of Wyssete.

Dated at Wyssete the Sunday next before the Nativity of the
Blessed Virgin, 21 Ed. I. Ch. 12 14.

Robert Dilhegg' of Wyssete grants to the lady Petronilla de Nerford
and her heirs, a capital messuage in Wyssete with arable lands, woods,
fields, &c. which he has in the village of Wyssete, Rumburgh, «fec.

Dated at Wyssete the AVednesday next before the feast of St.
Mark the evangelist, 4 Ed. IL [With seal.^ Ch. 518.

WOODBRIDGE. Hugh, son of Sewall de Woodhridge, grants to
William de Suwalde a piece of land and a house in Woodhridge.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1433.

WOODBRIDGE (Priory of). John de Hadeleye, prior of St.

Mary, Wodebrigge, and convent of the same, grant to John del Wod

of Brandiston, one piece of land in Brandiston, at an annual rent of ^d.

Dated at Wodebregge the Friday next after the feast of St. John

ante port. Lat., 24 Ed. III. [With seal^ Ch. 1457.

WORTHAM. John, son of Robert de Wurtham, quit-claims in full
court, to Samson, the abbot of St. Edmund, and his successors, William
and Wimerius, sons of Elfwin de Wurtham, their chattels and service and
with all that belongs to them. [Sampson, abbot, 1182— 1211.] Ch. 22.

Thomas, son of John de Thweyt, grants to Henry, abbot of St. Ed-
mund, the whole of his mill and tlaree roods of land which he holds in
the village of Wortham. For this donation the said abbot gave 40s.
sterling. [Henry, abbot, 1234-48.] Ch. 39.

Robert Dewlond of Wurtham grants to Henry, the abbot, and convent
of St. Edmunds, one piece of land in the village of Wurtham.

(1234-48.) Ch. 45.

Katherine, daughter of William le Waleis, and Aelicia his sister
grant and quit-claim to Henry, abbot of St. Edmund, and his succes-
sors, all right, &c. in 12 acres of land in the village of Wurtham.

(1234-48.) [With seal.] Ch. $1.

Ralph, son of Baudewin of Culpho, grants to Simon, abbot of St.
Edmund, and his successors, all his right and claim to Anselm
Dusyng of Wrtham and all his belongings, together with 25. 6d.
annual quit-rent of the same Anselm, issuing from a tenement which
William ye Howe formerly held in Wrtham. (c. 1260.) [ With seal^

Ch. 56.

Ralph, son of Baldwin de Culpho of Wortham, is bound to Simon,
abbot of St. Edmund, and his successors, that neither he nor liis heirs



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 513

SUFFOLK,
have claim or right to Anselm Dusing of "Wortham or of his suit, &e.
(c. 1260.) [With seal.] Ch. ^"j.

Robert Peytevyn and Sabina his wife acknowledge to have received
of the abbot of St. Edmund, for the use of Ralph de Culfho, son and heir
of the said Sabina, eight marks, for a quit-claim which the said Ralph
made to the said abbot and his successors of Anselm Dusing, with a
tenement, service and 25. 6d. quit-rent from the said Anselm, likewise
a tenement formerly held by William Ilhowes in the village of
Wortham.

Dated at Brocford the Monday next after the feast of St. Hilary,
44 Hen. III. Ch. 58.

John Science of Yarmouth mortgages to Roger, son of Richard
Ingald of Wortham, 7 acres of arable land in the fields of Wortham, to
hold from the Friday next before the feast of the apostles SS. Simon
and Jude, 23 Ed. I, to the Nativity following. Ch. 1434.

Simon de Hotone and Eglentine his wife grant to Gilbert Manton
of Wortham one piece of land computed at half an acre in the field of
Litlemor, paying annually for the same 2d. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1435.

Sir Giles de Wathesham, kt., confirms to William de Hereford,
rector of half the church of Wortham, the homage of Richard, son of
Hervylngold, with all his issue and chattels, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1436.

Henry de Fincham, chaplain, grants to Hugh, son of Robert Hare
of Wortham, for his homage and service, one messuage and all that
belongs to it in Wortham. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 1437.

William de Hereford, rector of half of the church of Wortham, grants
to Richard, son of Hervy Ingold (whom sir Giles de Wathesham gave
unto him with his issue), to be free with all that belongs to him.

(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1438.

Simon .... grants to John .... of the same village and his
heirs, twenty pence of annual rent that he was accustomed to receive
in the village of Wortham.

Dated at Wortham .... 2 Hen. VI. Ch. 1439.

WRATTING (Great). Confirmation by Walter, bp. of Norwich,
of a composition between the abbey and monks of Becc, and Walter,
rector of the church of Great Wratting, concerning the tithes of Great
Wratting.

Dated at Norwich, iij Kl. May, 1248. [With seal.] Ch. 1440.

Sir Peter de Taleworth, kt., grants to Robert his son the tenement
which Alice le Roc of Little Samford formerly held in the village of
Great Wrattinge. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 1441.

Writ dated 3 July, 4 Hen. IV, to the sheriff of Suffolk, that he
shall make replevin to Philiji Miller of Great Wrottyng of his castle
which Mirabella Geddyng and others took and detained. Ch. 1442.



544 CALENDAR OF CHAKTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.

BARTON (Little). Court roll for Little Barton, dated the
Thursday after the feast of St. Barnabas, i Ed. IV.

Do. held the Monday before the feast of St. Margaret, 2 Ed. IV.
Do. held the Monday before the feast of St. Margaret, 4 Ed. IV.
Court held 7 June, 15 Ed. lY.
Do. held 27 June, 16 Ed. IV.
Court of Little Barton, held 24 June, 17 Ed. IV.
Do. held 24 Feb., 17 Ed. IV.
Do. held on the vigil of St. Michael, 18 Ed. IV.
Court held 10 Sept., 13 Hen. VII.
Do. on the feast of St. Bennet, 1 3 Hen. VII.

The court held the Monday after the translation of St. Bennet,
14 Hen. VII. Suffolk Bolls, i.

BURY ST. EDMUND (Abbey of). Copies of grants of tithes and
other things to St. Saviour's hospital, without Bury North gate, temp.
Hen. IV. With an indorsement of its having been produced in a suit
in the exchequer, 1755. Burton v. Holden. Bolls, 2.

(a) Sampson, the abbot, and convent of St, Edmund grant, in frankal-
moigne, to the hospital of St. Saviour without the town of St.
Edmund, the place upon which the said hospital is built, also £12
of silver of their village of Ykelingham and two portions of their
church of Meleford, also two portions of the demesne tithes of Wir-
lingwrd, Saham, Tilnee, Elmeswell, Elnedene, Heringwell, Neuton,
Cokefeld, and in the same village of Cokefeld annually 8 acres of
corn the third portion of the demesne tithes of PakjTiham, Rungeton,
Tifteshall, Culeford, Horningesherth and Chelisworth ; also they grant
all the tithes of their new assarts in the villages of Redgrave and
Pikinghalle, and a third portion of the tithe of the marsh of Tilneie,
also their houses of Teleforh, saving to the monastery an annual
service of 2s., and to the canons i2cZ.

(b) Confirmation of the above grant by John, bp. of Norwich.

Dated at Norwich by the hands of David de Ruddebi, 17 Kl.
August, 6th year of his episcopate.

(c) Confirmation of the same by S., the prior, and convent of Norwich,

(d) Confirmation of Pope Boniface of the grant (a).

Dated at St. Edmund, 12 Kl. March, 1266.

Roll of pleas and fines of the manors of the cellarer of St. Edmund,
for the third year of S. de Wighal. [Temp. Hen. III.] Bolls, 3.

A roll of five memxbranes containing 34 writs from the crown to
the sheriff of Suffolk, with the return of the seneschal of Bury St.
Edmund to the same, for various parishes within the dioceses of
Canterbury and Ely. [Temp. Ed. III.] Bolls, 4.

Roll of evidence and King's writs produced to Robert Bacon, sheriff
of Norfolk, 46 Ed. Ill, by the abbot and convent of St. Edmund on
the one part, and the bp. of Ely on the other, touching the extent of
their liberties. Bolls, 5.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 545

SUFFOLK.
Rental of lands, houses, &c. belonging to the common profit of the
town of Bury St. Edmund, made 4 Feb., 5 James I, a.d. 1607.

Rolls, 6.

CHILTON. Extract from the roll of pleas at Westminster before
Robert Danby and other justices, 10 Ed. lY, for the co. Suffolk, in a



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