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cause between Robert Crane and Isabella his wife against Ralph West
and Katherine his wife, concerning a toft and 7 acres of land in
Chilton. Rolls, 7.

GREETING- ST. OLAVE. Court rolls held the Tuesday next

after the feast of St. Dionisius the martyr, and the 27 Feb., 25 Ed. III.

[2 Courts.'\ Rolls, 8.

DALHAM. Rent rolls belonging to the manor of Dalham, 18
Ed. III. Rolls, 9.

EDWARDSTOWN, &c. Rental of John Algood, jun., for lands
&c. lying in the villages of Edwardstown, Great and Little Waldingfeld,
&c., CO. Suffolk, 9 April, 4 Ed. IV. Rolls, 10.

The rental of John Algood, jun., for lands and tenements in
Edwardstown, Great and Little Waldingfeld, &c., made Michaelmas, 29
Hen. VIII. Rolls, 11.

FLEDEHALL with WALTHAM in STONHAM. Courts of
Robert Crane, sen., esq., from the Monday before the feast of SS. Simon
and Jude, 24 Oct., i Ed. YI, to 13 Elizabeth.

\Roll o/S membranes, not consecutive.^ Rolls, 12.

FLIXTON (Priory of). Articles, interrogatories, depositions, &c.
relating to a dispute which was pending in the Roman Court between
the parishioners of Fundenhall, Norfolk, and the prioress and convent
of Flixton, concerning the repairs of Fundenhall church, a.d. 1370.

Rolls, 13.

GAPTON and BELTON. The account of John Gyle, collector
of the rents there, from the feast of St. Michael, 36 Hen. VI, to Mich.,
37 Hen. YI. Rolls, 14.

GLEMSFORD. An abstract of the fines and amercements at
the court leet and court baron there hoi den upon Saturday in Easter
Week, 27 April, 20 Charles I, 1644. Rolls, 15.

HARLEY. The account of John Hekyngham, 5 Hen. IV.

Rolls, 16.

HOXON. The account of William Gryse, bailiff and farmer of the
demesne lands and parsonage of Hoxon, and Thomas Thurston,
provost there, from Michaelmas, 7 Hen. YI, to Mich., 8 Hen. YI.

[5 membraiies.] Rolls, 17.

IPSWICH. Pleas before Simon de Rochester, Walter de Opton,
Richard de Boylond, Robert Fulcoms, Master Thomas Sydrington, and
Walter de Stretyeslye, justices itinerant at Ipswich, for the year
commencing All Saints' day, 1 4 Ed. I, to the beginning of the 1 5th of
his reign. Rolls, 18.

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546 CALENDAR OF CHAKTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUFFOLK.
IPSWICH (Priory of St. Peter at). Part of a roll indorsed
* Visitation of St. Peter's priory, Ipswich/ containing charges against
the priory. \Temjp. Hen. IV.] Rolls, 19.

KESSING-LAND. Roll of six membranes, mutilated : —
The first court of John Megre, son of and heir to Richard Megre,
dated 6 Rich. 11.

Courts for 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 Rich. II.

Do. 16 Rich. II.

Do. 17 Rich. II.

Do. 18 and 19 Rich. II.

Do. 20, 21, 22 and 23 Rich. II. Rolls, 20.

MILDENHALL. Account of Bartholomew Bernard, provost for
the manor of Mildenhall, for 17 Ed. II. Rolls, 21.

Roll of the manor court of Charles, earl of Winchelsea, held 10
March, 1706, of Mildenhall, by Humphrey Wall, gent., seneschal there.

Rolls, 22.

NEWTON. The account of Geoffrey Mundekyn, provost of
William de -Athurby for the manor of Newton, from Michaelmas, 7
Ed. Ill, to the same feast, 8 Ed. III. Rolls, 23.

The court of Roger Wolferton, Robert Hothot, and their fellows,
held at Newton the Monday after the feast of the Purification of the
Blessed Virgin, 2 1 Rich. II.

Court held 25 April, 18 Rich. 11.

Do. 7 Sept., 16 Rich. II.

Do. the Friday after St. Mark's day, 13 Rich. II. Rolls, 24.

PRESTON. The account of John Watres, bailiff, and John Bonde,
provost of the manor of Preston, from Mich., 5 Rich. II, to Mich.,
6 Rich. II. [^Almost illegible.^ Rolls, 2^.

SAXHAM. Survey and description of Great Saxham, parcel of
the possessions of sir Thomas Kytson, kt., taken and made in the
month of September, 33 Elizabeth. Rolls, 26.

SNAPES and ALDEBURTH. A roll, dated 1263, 2nd year of
prior John, showing that on the petition of their tenants of Snapes and
Aldeburth the tithes of those places have been commuted for an annual
payment, with the sums each tenant has to pay placed in a line with
their names. Rolls, 2 "j.

SOMERLEYTON, &c. Roll, temp. Ed. II, being the tenants

and account of their holdings and rent in the parishes of Somerleton,

Blundeston, Elixton, Hopthone, Askeby, Fretone, and Little Yarmouth.

^Heading of roll gone and injured hy water. ^ Rolls, 28.

The account of William Fleg, servant of John de . . . . from
Michaelmas, 33 Ed. Ill, to the same feast, 34 Ed. Ill, for the manor
of Somerleyton. Rolls, 29.

SUFFOLK. Roll of rents, services, and customs owing to Henry
de Dote, both free and customary, for Pykot, Badel, Del Strokesnest,
Land of Sweyn, &c. [Temp. Hen. III.] Rolls, 30.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 547

SUFFOLK.
SUFFOLK and SUDBURY, Archdeaconries of. Contributions
to the relief of clergymen's widows within the above archdeaconries,
A.D. 1723. Rolls, 31.

WALDINGFIELD (Great). The court roll for the manor of
Great VValdingtield, held the Tuesday on the vigil of the Epiphany,
4 1 Ed. Ill ; do. held the Thursday after the feast of the Conversion of
St. Paul, 42 Ed. Ill ; also 2 other courts for the same years.

Rolls, 32.

Court rolls, 4 Rich. II. Rolls, 33.

Court roll of the manor of Great Waldingfield, held the Tuesday
next after the feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the martyr,
16 Rich. II. Rolls, 34.

' The rental off the Badleys in Moche Waldyngfeld in the county of
Suffolk.' [Temp. Hen. VIII.] Rolls, 35.

WICKHAM. Court roll, held the Friday on the feast of the
Seven Sleepers, 4 Ed. III. Rolls, 36.

WRATTING (Manor of). Court roll for 15 Ed. I, also for the
mauor of Stapilford on the same membrane, 15 Ed. I. Rolls, 37.



SUKEEY.

ABINGER alias ABINWORTH and OCKLEY. Indenture
(not dated) by which Thomas Wakeham of Wotton, co. Surrey, yeoman,
guardian to John Wakeham of Abinger, demises to Thomas Lipscombe
a messuage, bam, land, &c. in the parishes of Abinger and Ockley,
CO. Surrey, for 2 years, at an annual rent of £30. Surrey Charters, i.

ALDEBURY and ALSTED, WISBURGH, &c. Charter (with

a will annexed) by which John Ireland, sen., of Wisborow Grene

grants to John Aleyn, gent., and others, all his lands &c. in Aldebury

^ and Alfolde, co. Surrey, and in Wiseburgh Grene and Kyrdeforde, co.

Sussex, to hold the same to the uses mentioned in his will.

Dated 12 January, 20 Hen. VIII. Ch. 2.

J ASHER. Indenture made 8 July, 13 Charles II, by which queen
Henrietta Maria and others, in consideration of the receipt of c£8o,
demise to John Bird, citizen and goldsmith of London, and Soloman
Seabright, a messuage and land at Asher in the co. of Surrey, for 60
years, at an annual rent of X3 13s. ^d. [Signed by the Queen, Kenelm
Dighy, and others.^ Ch. 3.

BERMONDSEY. Sentence of excommunication promulgated
against Susan Cooper, of the parish of Bermondsey, for contumacy, in
not appearing to answer the complaint of Rebecca Robinson for defama-
tion. \Undated^ Ch. 23.

CARSHALTON. Fine levied at Westminster, 2 William and
Mary, by which Walter Rumsey acknowledges the right of Henry Dyne,
jun,, to a messuage, dovecote, &c. in Carshalton, for which recognition
the said Henry gave to the said Walter Xioo sterling. Ch. 4.

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548 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SURREY. .

CHELESHAM. William de Watevill demises to John de Irame-
worth the whole of his land in Chelesham for 12 years, at an annual
rent of loos. Dated 18 Hen. III. C/i. 5.

CHOBHAM. An award of Laurence Stoughton and Olliphe
Leighe, esqrs., for the settlement of disputes between John Hey wood,
clerk, vicar of Chobham, and Thomas Wye alias Wyth of Chobham,
and Edmond Hedge alias Hedger of Cheryton, concerning the right
to certain lands in Chobham. Dated 21 August, 33 Elizabeth. Ch. 6.

CROYDON. Indenture dated 8 July, 1689, by which William,
archbishop of Canterbury, demises to Jacob Hampson of Mitcham,
Surrey, gent., his lodge or park house in the parish of Croydon and
other lands, to hold the same for 21 years, at an annual rent of <£iio.

Ch. 7.
Will and probate of Mary Banks of Croyden, Surrey.

Will dated 8 June^ i703' Probate dated 11 January, 1704.

Ch, 8.

DUNTESFOLD. Gilbert de Merkewyke grants to John, son of
Henry de Anekekaappe, a messuage with a curtilage which Hawise de
%/ la Gate formerly held in Duntesfold, at an annual rent of i2d. of
silver.

Dated at Merkewyke the Monday next before Hockday, 10 Ed. I.
[With seal.] Ch. g.

EWELL. Award of the arbitrators (Edmond Slyfelde and John
SkjTiner, esquires) in a matter of dispute between Elizabeth Hoorde,
widow, and Saunder Brave, concerning the right to certain lands in
Ewell. Dated 19 July, 25 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 10.

Probate, from the Prerogative Court, of the nuncupative will of
Allan Hoorde of Ewell, co. Surrey, dated 23 May, 1603. Ch. 11.

The will of Allen Hoord of Ewell, gentleman. [Not dated.] Ch. 12.

PARNHAM. Copy of the will of Richard Fox of Earn ham,
tallow-chandler, made 5 July, 1670. Ch. 13.

J HORSEY DOWNE. Indenture made 2 November, 8 James I,

by which William Weldon of Shottisbrooke, co. Berks, and Margaret
his wife sell to Robert Hobart of Clifford es Inne, London, gent.,
certain messuages, lands, &c. in Horsey downe, known by the name of
Purveys rents, for 99 years, at a pepper-corn rent. Ch. 14.

Indenture made 12 July, 8 Charles I, by which Thomas Weldon of
Braye, co. Berks, son and lieir of Edward Weldon, esq., deceased,
demises to Raphe Stafferton of Horsey downe,^esq., a messuage called
Horssevdowne' house in Horsseydowne,'^until the decease of dame
Isabell Nevill, at an annual rent of £5. Ch. 15.

f IWOOD, in the parish of NYDGATE. Indenture made 13

December, 10 Elizabeth (reciting a former indenture), by which
Thomas CoUette, citizen and merchant of London, in consideration of
the receipt of £500, sells and assigns to John Heathe of King's
Lynne, esquire, all his right and title in certain houses, iron works,.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAKY. 649

SURREY.

&c. in Iwood or Iwoode parke, in the parish of Nudygate alias
Nydgate. Ch. i6.

LAMBETH. Indenture, being an award in a suit at law between

Thomas Scott of Lambeth, esq., and Matthew Hardy of Lambeth, gent.,

concerning the division of the manor of Lambeth and the lands

thereunto belonging, and also of Lambeth palace and its appurtenances.

Dated 6 June, 1649. Ch. 17.

MORTLAKE. Letter of Thomas Rives, dean of Shoreham and
Croydon, appointing Thomas Foxley to the curacy of the chapel of
Mortlake. Dated 4 October, 1631. CA. 18.

Indenture made 27 May, 1658, by which John Lambert of
Wimbledon, Surrey, and dame Frances his wife and others, covenant
with John East of Gabriell Fanchurch, London, merchant, to levy a
fine, before the nativity of St. John, of and for certain messuages and
lands situate in Mortlake, Surrey. Ch. 19.

OCKHAM. Copy of the will of John Weston of Ockham, co.
Surrey, dated 10 August, 1590. Ch. 20.

SOUTHWARK. Indenture made 8 September, 37 Hen. VIII,
by which Edward Weldyn of Suthwerk, esq., demises to John Cater,
citizen and vintner of Lor.don, a garden platt and a house in Southvvark
for 50 years, at an annual rent of 26s. 70?. Ch. 21.

Petition of Matthew Hardy of London, John Michell of Southwark,
and Richard Walcott of Lambeth, co. Surrey, to the lords com-
missioners of the great seal, and the issue of a commission under the
great seal directed to George Cotton and others in the matter of the
bankruptcy of Daniel Gotherston of Southwark and Francis Soane, late
of Newington. Dated 22 April, 1651. [With seal.\ Ch. 22.

Indenture made 26 September, 1649, by which sir John Wollaston
and other persons, entrusted with the lands of the archbishops and
bishops by Parliament, in consideration of the receipt of £4380 85. 3c?.,
sell to Thomas Walker of Camberwell, Surrey, gentleman, the Manor
of Southwark, part of the possessions of the Bishop of Winchester.

Ch. 22*.

John de Twynem, receiver of John de Britan, earl of Richemunde,
in the barony of Hastyng, acknowledges to have received of John
Fillel and William de Noytho, assigned to collect and levy the scutage
in the counties of Surrey and Sussex, the sum of £24 i8s. od., for the
31st and 34th years of Ed. I.

Dated at the Chambers in the parish of Tycheshurfct, Monday on
the vigil of St. Thomas, to Ed. II. Ch. 24.

TANREGa AND WOLKNOSTED. William le Italere re-
mits and quit-claims to Richard Corbyn and Agnes his wife, all hia
right in all those lands and tenements which the said Richard and
Agnes have by the gift and feoffment of John Cokeman at ' le Feld- y/
bregg' in the parish of Tanregg and Wolknested.

Dated at East Grensted, Septuagesima Sunday, 29 Ed. III. Ch. 25.



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550 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SURREY.
WINDLESHAM. Richard, son and heir of William Pendere
of Bakgeschoteford in the parish of "Wyndlesham, husbandman, confirms
to John Martyn one parcel of land lying there, called Smythshawe.
Dated at Bakgeschoteford, 12 April, 37 Hen. VI. GJi. 26.

John Frampton and Margaret his wife grant to John Martyn of
Bagshote and Joan his wife, all their lands and tenements which they
acquired of Richard Pendere in Bagshote, together with certain other
land acquired of John Huntle and John Denton in the same village.
Dated at Bagshote, 28 Nov., 12 Ed. IV. Ch. 27.



ST. MARY'S, NEWINGTON. Chancery decree dated 21 July,
1729, in a cause, Abraham Annesley and Margaret his wife, one of the
daughters of Richard Griles, against Giles. Surrey Rolls, i.



SUSSEX.

BATTLE or DE BELLO (Abbey of). Richard, the abbot, and
convent of Battle notify that Thomas, bp. of Norwich, has granted
and confirmed to the said abbey the church of Ixning in his diocese, to
be appropriated to the use of the abbey after the death of George
Verrell, rector, and "Wydo, vicar of the said church, saving to the vicar
25 marks.

Dated at Battle, 1229, 5 Ides November. Sussex Charters, 77.

Richard, the abbot, and convent of Battle recite the appropriation
of the church of Ixning, Norwich diocese, and the ordination of the
vicarage, the salary of the vicar being fixed at six marks, with a house
&c. Dated 5 Ides November, 1229. Ch. 78.

BOREHAM and BOKELANDE. Indenture made 8 July, 21
Hen. VIII, by which the dean and canons of Christ Church, Oxford,
lease to George Jenour of Hurst, Sussex, all their lordship of Boreham
and Bokelande for 21 years, at an annual rent of .£19. Ch. 79.

BRADEBRXJGGE. John de Clympesfold constitutes William de
Clympesfolde his attorney to deliver to Roger his son seisin of two
fields &c., as is contained in a certain charter.

Dated at Bradebrugge, 14 Ed. III. Ch. 80.

BRIGHTWELL (Del Hame, near). Thomas del Hame grants
to William del Hame a piece of land lying between the land of Matilda,
daughter of Ralph del Hame, and the shore which leads towards
Britwelle. (c. 1240-50.) t Ch. 81.

COKEFELD. Release from Ralph Britte of London to William
Britte of Cokefeld in Sussex, for all actions and demands to this date.
Dated at Reygate, 2 Oct., 17 Ed. IV. Ch. 83.

EWEKENE. Joan, formerly the wife of Maurice de Ewekene,
grants to Maurice de Ewekene, son and heir of Maurice de Ewekene,
one piece of land in Ewekene.

Dated at Ewekene, Monday, 3 November, 9 Ed. II. Ch. 8 3 A.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 551

SUSSEX.
William Wliytliard grants to Roger de Kenlee and Joan his wife,
one messuage and 30 acres of land in Ewekene, which he had by the *^
gift of the said Roger.

Dated at Ewekene the Sunday next after the feast of St. Luke
the evangelist, 20 Ed. II. Ch. 83B.

Peter Bonat grants to Robert Bonat his father one piece of land in
the parish of Ewekene. *^

Dated at Ewekene the Sunday next before the feast of the An-
nunciation B. Y. M., 13 Ed. III. Ch. 83c.

Roger de Kenele grants to Thomas, son of Robert Bonat, and Alice
his wife, all his lands and tenements in the parish of Euwekene.*^

Dated at Ewekene the Sunday next before the feast of St. Thomas J
the apostle, t6 Ed. III. Ch. 83D.

Convention made between Thomas Bonet of Ewekene of the one ^
part, and William le Schyghelere of the other, being a grant of one
piece of land in Ockelegh, lying near the land of Oslynhurst,'^to hold -^
the same from the feast of St. Michael, 19 Ed. Ill, for 3 years. Ch. 83E.

GRINSTEAD (West). Presentation of Richard Rande, M.A., to
the church of West Grinstead, vacant by the death of Robert Scott, by
William Blunt and Cecilia his wife, the patrons.

Dated 6 March, 1620. Ch. 84.

HAILSHAM. Mutilated deed, dated 1282, of a suit between the
prior and convent of Michelham and Eustace , . . . concerning the
chapel or church of Haylesham. Ch. 166.

John Pottere of Haylesham grants to John Fakham, Richard Page,

John Blakstok and Thomas atte Wode, lands, rents, and services in

Haylesham &c., to hold according to the custom of the manor of Alston.

Dated at Haylesham, i July, 4 Hen. VI. Ch. 85.

William Marmium grants and quit-claims for himself and heirs, to
his men of Haylesham all rents, services, and customs as contained in
a charter of Robert Marmium his father. {Coj)y undated.] Ch. 86.

HELIilNGLEY and WALDERN. Richard de Grenstede grants
to Robert de Charlokeston, the whole of his land in Hellingeleg' and
Waldern that he bought of sir John de Gatesden. Ch. 103.

HERYNGHAM (Priory of). Charter (indented) by which the
prior and convent of Heryngham demise to John Eylone, clerk, the
tithes of the ancient demesne of William Dantrey in Warnecamp.
Dated at Heryngham in the feast of St. Gregory, 1 5 Hen. VI.

Ch. 104.

HEYSHETT and SUTTON. Grant of free warren by K.
Hen. Ill, to John de Percy, in all his lands of Heyshett and Sutton in
the county of Sussex.

Dated at Wodestok, 10 August, 36 Hen. III. Ch. 105.

HORSHAM. Lambert, son of Walter, son of Christiana de

Uckefeud, grants to William de la Denne, for his service &c. and 10

marks sterling, the whole of his land called * La HuUe ' in Horsham.

(c. 1270-80.) [With seal.] Ch. loS.



552 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUSSEX.

William de Braws grants to John de la Denne, for his fealty and

I005., the whole of the land called La Denne in the parish of Horsham^

paying annually 8s. 2d. (c. 1270-80.) \With seal'.] Oh. 109.

Alice, formerly wife of John de Crochurst, grants to William atte

Denne of Horsham two fields of land lying in the parish of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham on the vigil of St. Margaret, 1 1 Ed. I.

Ch. no.
Richard, son of John de la Denne, grants to William de la Denne
his brother 3s. of annual rent in the parish of Horsham, (c. 1280.)

Ch. III.
Alice, wife of John de Crochurst of the parish of Horsham, remits
and quit-claims to Nicholas ate Rideforde all her right as dowry in
lands and tenements in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday on the morrow of St. Barnabas,
23 Ed. L [With seal] Ch. 112.

Godfrey, son and heir of John de Krochurst, is bound to William
ate Donne of Horsham and his heirs in a sum of £10, payable under
conditions therein contained.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the feast of St. John
the Baptist, 8 Ed. II. Ch. 113.

Godfrey, son of John de Krochurst of Horsham, grants to William
atte Denne of Horsham a certain meadow called Hosemede in the
parish of Horsham,

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the Nativity of St.
John the Baptist, 8 Ed. 11. Ch. 114.

Alice, relict of John de Krochurst, remits and quit-claims to William
atte Denne all her right in a field called * Le Hosemede ' in the parish
of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Tuesday on the feast of the Epiphany,
9Ed. n. Ch.ii^,

Convention between Godfrey de Crokhurst and William, son of the
lady Mary de Brewose, dated 27 Nov., 11 Ed. II, by which Godfrey
leases to William 10 acres and one rood of land in a certain place
called Wallecroft in Crokhurst in the parish of Horsham, together
with a certain way, for five years. [With seal] Ch. 116.

Godfrey de Crochurst grants to William atte Denne one messuage
and garden and 14 acres of arable land at Crothurst in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Thursday next after the feast of the
Trinity, 14 Ed. IL Ch. 117.

Godfrey de Crochurst is bound to pay to William atte Denne lOos.
sterling at the feast of the Nativity of our Lord following two years.
Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the Nativity of St. John
the Baptist, 14 Ed. IL Ch. 118.

Convention dated the Monday next before the feast of St. Augustine,
15 Ed. II, by which Godfrey de Krothurst grants to William atte
Denne one field called Brodefeld in Horsham. Ch. 119.

Dui)licate of CA. 119. Ch. 120.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 553

SUSSEX.
Godfrey de Crokhurst of Horshiim remits and quit-claims to
William atte Denne of Horsham and Joan his wife all right in lands,
rents, &c. which the said William and Joan have by heirship, after the
death of John de Crokhurst his father, in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the Nativity of St. John
the Baptist, i6 Ed. IL Ch. 121.

William de Brewouse, jun., remits and quit-claims to William atte
Denne and Joan his wife all right in three acres of land at Crochurst
in the parish of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Wednesday on the feast of the Holy Inno-
cents, 17 Ed. II. Ch. 122.

Alice, wife of John le Hunte, remits and quit- claims to Simon
Betheleg all right in 3 acres of land in Crochurst in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham, 4 June, 17 Ed. II. Ch. 123.

Robert atte Lynde of Horsham and Matilda his wife grant to William
atte Denne and Joan his wife the whole of their land which they have
at Crochurst in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Barnabas, apostle, i8 Ed. IL \]Vith seal^ Ch. 124.

John le Hounte, son of John le Hounte of Baddynggemere, grants
to William atte Denne of Horsham and Joan his wife 3 acres of land
in Crochurst in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Thursday on the feast of All Saints, 1 8
Ed. IL [With seal.] Ch. 125.

Simon Betheleg of Horsham remits and quit-claims to John le
Hounte of Baddynggemere all right in 3 acres of land which lies in
the village of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Wednesday on the feast of St. Laurence,
martyr, 18 Ed. II. [With seal^ Ch. 126.

William atte Thorne and Joan his wife confirm to William atte
Denne of Horsham all that curtilage and land at Crochurst in
Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Thursday on the morrow of the Nativity

of St. John the Baptist, i Ed. III. [With seal.] Ch. 127.

Richard de Wystnestone, vicar of Horsham, grants to Richard

Moys of Horsham and Joan his wife and Henry their son two

messuages in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday on the feast of St. Gregory, 3
Ed. in. Ch. 128.

William atte Denne of Horsham grants to John le Willere and
Agnes his wife two acres of land in Horsham.

Dat^d at Horsham the Sunday next after the feast of St. Martin,
5 Ed. in. Ch. 129.

Reginald Coulum of Horsham grants to Joan, daughter of William
atte Denne, one field of land in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham, 7 March, 6 Ed. III. Ch. 130.

Convention between John de Clympesfolde and Alice his wife of one

part, and Richard de Kauntebrugge, clerk, of the other, by which



554 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUSSEX.

John and Alice grant to Richard one messuage and a curtilage in
Horsham.

Dated the Sunday next after the feast of the Purification, 8 Ed. III.

Ch. 131.
William atte Denne grants to Richard le Saghiere of Horsham one
acre and a half of land called Le HuUe in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Saturday next after the feast of the

Epiphany, 9 Ed. III. Ch. 132.

Randal Randekyn of Horsham grants to Roger, son of John de

Clympesfold, 40G?. of annual rent from a field called ' Le HuUe,' which

William atte Denne granted to him the said Randal Randekyn.

Dated at Slyndefold the Tuesday next after the feast of St.

Andrew, April, 9 Ed. III. Ch. 133.

Thomas, son of Matilda atte Budeles of Fyndon, and Agnes his

wife quit-claim to "William atte Denne of Horsham and Joan his wife

all right in that land at Crokehurst in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next before the Annunciation of

the Virgin, 16 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 134.

William atte Denne of Horsham grants to Richard Whetlond of the

same, one piece of land of a certain field called Stonyenehaghe in

Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next before the feast of St.

Matthew, 17 Ed. in. Ch. 135.

William atte Denne of Horsham confirms to Alan le Willere and

Alice his wife the two acres of land acquired of William atte Denne

his father, and one croft of land acquired of the above William, paying

for the same 25. 4c?.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the feast of SS. Simon

and Jude, 18 Ed. III. Ch. 136.

John, son of William atte Denne of Horsham, confirms to William

atte Denne his brother ^d. of annual rents which he was accustomed



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