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to receive from Peter le Turnour and Isabella his wife for a croft in

Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Saturday next before the feast of the

Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin, 22 Ed. III. Ch. 137.

William Herebard and Isabella his wife of Horsham grant to Richard

le Wyllere of the same, one croft of land called Wodegatescroft in

Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Margaret, virgin, 36 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 138.

William Herbard and Thomas le Ventr' grant to Robert le Smyth
of Horsham one building in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the Translation of St.

Thomas, 36 Ed. III. Ch. 139.

William Herbard of Horsham and Thomas le Ventre of Rouspere

grant to Robert Smith a certain building in Horsham for 37 years

without rent.

Dated at Horsham the Thursday after the feast of St. Margaret,
38 Ed. IIL Ch. 140.



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Isabella Herbard, widow, grants to William Merlat, jun., and Simon
Ingram of London, linen-draper, all her lands and tenements, rents and
services which she has in the village and fields of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham on the feast of Carnisprivium [Septuagesima
Sunday], 42 Ed. III. Ch. 141.

Henry Tuttebury of Horsham and Lucy his wife remit and quit-
claim to Walter Bradbrygge of Slyndefold and Isabell his wife all right
in lands and tenements called Gobetteslonde in the parish of Horsliam.
Dated at Horsham the Monday next before the feast of St.
Michael, 14 Rich. II. [With seal.'] Ch. 142.

Writ of King Richard II to John Wadham and William Hankford
constituting them justices in a cause of disseisin between Isabella atte
Denne and Walter Bradbrugge and Isabella his wife, against Henry
Tuttebury, Lucy his wife, and John Grauntford, concerning tenements
in Horsham.

Dated at Westminster, 17 April, 17 Rich. II. Ch. 143.

Gilbert Oste and Margery his wife grant to Walter Bonewyke and
Geoffrey Schadde all their lands &c. in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next before St. Bartholomew's
day, 19 Rich. II. [With seals ^ Ch. 144.

William Jourdan and Thomas Prowte grant to Maud atte Denne,
who was the wife of Geoffrey Huwet of Hale, an annual rent of 3s. 4c?.
from lands and tenements called Masthales in Horcham.

Dated at Horsham, 20 March, 6 Hen. IV. [With seals.~\ Ch. 145.

William Jourdan and Thomas Prowte demise and confirm to
Thomas Wodehech and Letitia his wife all lands and tenements called
Maschales in the borough of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham, 2 April, 6 Henry IV. [With seals^ Ch, 146.

Matilda Huwet of Horle grants to William Jerdan, William
Chelsham, and William Hogesworth all lands &c. which she has in the
parish of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham on the feast of St. Laurence, 8 Hen. TV.
[Withseai:\ (7A. 147.

Indenture between William Jordan, William Chelsham, and William
Hegesworthe of the one part, and Thomas Prowte of Horsham of the
other, by which the said parties of the first part demise to the said
Thomas Prowte lands, rents, and services in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham on the feast of the Assumption, 8 Hen. IV.

Ch. 148.

William Jordan, William Chelsham, and William Eggesworthe
demise to Thomas Prowte of Horsham all lands, rents, &c. in the
parish of Horsham which he had by the gift of Matilda Hewet.

Dated at Horsham on the feast of Corpus Christi, 10 Hen. IV.
[With seals.] Ch. 149.

Alice atte Nasshe, widow, of Horsham, remits and quit-claims to
Thomas Prowde of the same, all demands, both real and personal, to
the present time.

Dated at London, 6 April, 11 Hen. IV. Ch. 150.



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Indenture dated at Horsham on the feast of St. Laurence, 2 Hen. V,
by which William Stowte of Horsham and Catherine his wife demise
to Richard Bradbrugge and Agnes his wife a tenement and lands in
Horsham for their lives. Ch. 151.

Thomas Wodehatthe and Letitia his wife grant to John Bradbrugge,
Isabell Bradbrugge, and William Stowte, all those lands and tenements
in the borough of Horsham called Mascales.

Dated at Horsham, 11 August, 2 Hen. VI. Gh. 152.

Thomas Proute of Horsham confirms to Thomas at Hylle, Robert

Torne, and Thomas Selde, one plot of land called La Denne lying in

the demesne of the Earl Marshal, also another parcel called Wollokes.

Dated at Horsham on the feast of the Purification of the Virgin,

3 Hen. VI. Ch. 153.

Thomas atte Hill, Robert Turnour, and Thomas Selede demise and

confirm to Alice Prowte, late wife of Thomas Prowte of Horsham, all

lands and tenements &c. called Denne in the parish of Horsham.

Dated at Horsham, 31 Jan., 10 Hen. VI. Ch. 154.

Alice Prowte grants to John Prowte of Hurstperpound all lands
and tenements &c. in the parish of Horsham called atte Denne, which
lately belonged to Thomas Prowte, to hold for his life.

Dated 4 October, 12 Hen. VI. Ch. 155.

John Cook, Richard Cook, Roger Dunstall, and John Duke appoint
John Thornden and Robert ShappenhurstJ^their attorneys to deliver
and give seisin to John Bradbrugge, sen., and Thomas Bradbrugge his
son, lands and tenements in Horsham.

Dated at Lewes, 6 Feb., 29 Hen. VI. Ch. 156.

John Prowde of Horstperpound appoints Richard atte Wode of
Horstperpound his attorney to deliver to John Cook, Richard Cook,
Roger Dunstall, and John Duke, seisin of lands and tenements in
Horsham.

Dated on the morrow of All Souls, 29 Hen. VI. Ch. i^'j.

John Cook, Richard Cook, Roger Dunstall, and John Duke grant to
John Bradbrugge, sen., and Thomas Bradbrugge his son, lands,
tenements, rents, &c. in the parish of Horsham.

Dated at Lewes, 6 Feb., 29 Hen. VI. [With seals.] Ch. 158.

John Prowde of Herstperpound remits to John Bradbrugge, sen.,
and Thomas Bradbrugge his son, all right and claim in lands, rents,
tenements, &c. in Horsham called ' La Denne.'

Dated at Horsham, 12 Feb., 29 Hen. VI. Ch. 159.

Henry Husee, esq., and Alionara his wife, daughter and heir of
John Bradbrugge, deceased, grant to Thomas Polsted and Thomas
Jeffray the manor of Den &c. in Horsham, together with rents and
lands in Warnham, Capell, co. Surrey, and Rowsper.

Dated 1 2 Dec, 8 Hen. VIII. [Attached is a deed containing a
list of the lands enumerated in the charter.] Ch. 160.

Bond given by George Repkyn of Horsham, butcher, to Henry
Husee, esq., for the payment of £60.

Dated 7 March, i6 Hen. VIII. Ch. 161.



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Indenture dated 12 Jan., 4 and 5 Philip and Mary, between John

Hussee of Cokefeild in the county of Sussex, esq., of the one part, and

Averie Michell of WarnhMm of the other. — Sale of land to John Hussee

by Averie Michell in Horsham. [With seal.] Ch. 162.

Bond given by John Bradbridge of Horsham to save harmless John
Hussey in all sums he is bound in for the said John Bradbridge.

Dated 9 Nov., 13 Elizabeth. Ch. 163.

HURSTPIERPOINT. Henry Elyot, Richard Elyot, John Nore,
and Thomas Polyng demise to William Bradbrugge and Alice, daughter
of John Preston, lands and tenements in Hurstperpound called * le
Knollond ' and ' Lotlond ' alias ' Hoblond.'

Dated at Hurstperpound, 14 Dec, 5 Hen. YII. Ch. 106.

Charter (indented) made the Monday next before the feast of St.
Thomas the apostle, 15 Rich. II, between Thomas de Leghe of the one
part, and John Waryn of Penham of the other, witnesseth that Thomas
leases to John a field, garden, &c. for 29 years, in the parish of Hurst-
perpound. [With seal.] Ch. 107.

ITCHINGFELD. William de Mundham grants to John de
Findune, son of Philip del Asshe, one field at Hecchingfeld called le
Langakeres. (c. 1260-70.) [With seal.] Ch.S*j.

John ate Wode of Hechingefeld grants and confirms to John ate
Welle and Alice his wife, and the heirs of the said John, two crofts
called Medes in Hechingfeld.

Dated at Horsham on St. Philip and St. James' day, 25 Ed. I.
[With seal] Ch. SS.

John atte Wode remits and quit-claims to John atte Welle and Alice
his wife all right and claim in six fields of land in the parish of
Hecchingfeld.

Dated at Horsham the Sunday next after the feast of the Epiphany,
33 Ed. I. [With seal] Ch. 89.

William de Clympesfolde grants to John de Clympesfolde his father
the whole of his tenement called Blakelond, with a field and two crofts
with a curtilage in Hechingefelde.

Dated at Hechingefeld the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Richard, bishop, 1 1 Ed. III. Ch. 90.

John de Clympesfolde quit-claims to William his son all right and
claim in that tenement called Blakelond, and one field and two crofts
and one curtilage, in Hechingfeld.

Dated at Hechingefeld the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Gregory, pope, 11 Ed. III. Ch. 91.

Andrew Peter grants to John de Clympusfold and Matilda his wife
and William their son the whole of that tenement called Blakalond in
Hechyngfeld.

Dated at Hechyngfeld the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Martin, 12 Ed. II. Ch. 92.

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"William his brother all right in the land called Petreslond and in ' Le
hyldes,' and one garden formerly John atte "Wode's in Hechyngefeld.
Dated at Slyndefold the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
James, apostle, 13 Ed. III. Ch. 93.

John atte Sonde of Wernham remits and quit-claims to Roger de
Bradebrugge and Agnes his wife all right to twenty acres of land and
two houses called * Le hylde ' in the parish of Hechyngfelde.

Dated at Hechyngfelde the Friday next after the feast of SS. Peter
and Paul, 30 Ed. III. Ch. 94.

Richard, son of John de Bradbruge, grants to sir Adam Kareles and
Thomas, son of the above Richard, that garden which John de
Bradbruge his father recovered of John atte Wode in Hechingfelde.
Dated at Slinfolde the Tuesday next after the feast of St. Katharine,
virgin, 33 Ed. IIL Ch, 95.

Robert Sherpenyst of Hechyngfeld grants to John Bonert and
William Merlot lands, rents, and tenements in the parish of Hechyng-
feld called Sherpenystlond and Sclostherlond, in co. Sussex.

Dated at Hechyngfeld the Sunday next after the feast of Corpus

Christi, 17 Hen. VL Ch. 96.

Henry Husee, esq., Albert Berewyk, esq., and William Berewyk, esq.,

demise and confirm to Thomas Shurley, esq., Thomas Saunders, gent.,

John Staple, gent., John Roberts, gent., Henry Michell, and John Hall,

lands, rents, &c. in Hechingfeld. Dated 10 May, 22 Hen. VIII. Ch. 97.

Duplicate of Ch. 97. Ch. 98.

Indenture dated i April, 25 Elizabeth, between John Hussey of

Cookefeild of the one part, and Stephen Horley of Hitchingefeilde of

the other part, concerning lands in Hechingfeld. Ch. 99.

Indenture made 15 June, 30 Elizabeth, reciting a sale by John
Hussey of Cuckfield, esq., of the manor in Hitchingfield to one Stephen
Horley for an annual rent of £20, dated 10 May, 25 Elizabeth ; also the
sale of the said annual rent to Edward Lewknor of Denham, esq., and
Thomas Wroth of the Inner Temple, gent., dated 2 Feb., 30 Elizabeth,
which said annual rent by the present indenture is regranted to John
Hussey by Edward Lewknor and Thomas Wroth. Ch. too.

Indenture dated 15 June, 33 Elizabeth, between Edward Lewkenor
of Denham, and Thomas Wroth of the Inner Temple, gent., of the one
part, and John Hussey of Cuckfield of the other, concerning a messuage
in Hechingfeld. Ch. loi.

Indenture made 16 May, 24 Charles II, between Henry Husee of
Edgerton, co. Kent, and Christian his wife of the one part, and John
Michell of Warnham, Edward Michell of London, and Thomas
Middleton of Horsham of the other part, concerning a rent charge of
^20 from lands in Hechingfeld. Ch. 102.

LEWES (Priory of). Ralph de Pleiz grants in frankalmoigne to
the monks of St. Pancras the church of Iford with its appui'tenances
and Marlera ; also he quit-claims to them Kenewardus and all his
progeny; also he grants the churches of Toftes and Syrefort, and
whatever he has in the church of Feltewell and the tithes of his lord-



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ship there, and the land which Geroldus, son of Wlmar, held in Flet-
well for which he was accustomed to pay annually ^2d., and confirms
what his ancestors gave to the said church in frankalmoigne.

(c. 1170-80.) Ch. 165.

LIBORNE near BUBDIHAM. Roger Touchard of Liborne
near Burdiham appoints Simon du Fryse his attorney to receive in his
name all and singular his debts owing for wine in Cales and the
marches of the same. Dated 10 December, 1497. ^'^^ ^^•

MICHELHAM (Priory of). Laurence, prior of Michelham,
acknowledges to have received of Simon Berneval of Sutton 20s. for
arrears of debts &c. to this date.

Dated at Michelham, 4 Dec, 19 Hen. VI. Ch. 167.

OVINGDEANE. Indenture tripartite, made 31 Jan., 1690,
between Harbert Springett of London, gent., of the one part, and John
Barksted of London and Walter Brett of Lewis of the second part, and
John Spence, jun., of Maiden of the third part, concerning the manor
of Ovingdeane in the county of Sussex. Ch. 168.

PINKHURST, &c. Simon de la Hulle of Pinkhurst demises and
quit-claims to Geoffrey his brother the whole of his right and heirship
of the land of ' La hale,' of the land of Pinkhurst, of the land of Teltheta,
of the land of Grelingefolde, and of the mill of La Hyde, and whatsoever
shall fall to him by heirship, (c. 1250.) Ch. 169.

PLAYDON. Edward Wylles of Ria, co. Sussex, yeoman, quit-
claims to Philip Chowte, esq., all right &c. in two messuages, gardens,
&c. in Playdon. Dated 3 June, 3 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 170.

ROBERT'S BRIDGE (Abbey of). Examinations of certain
witnesses in a cause of tithes between the prior and convent of Ledes
and the abbey and convent of Robert's Bridge, of the lands of this
abbey in Lambrehurst. Ch. 171.

RUSPER. William Chith grants to Adam le Banant and Alice

his wife one part of his land with a house in the parish of Ruespere.

(c. 1260-70) Ch. 172.

John Newdegate of Newdegate grants to John Bartelot, jun., and

Robert Nytembr' all his lands and tenements in Rowesparre called

Westegretewyke.

Dated at Rowsparre the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Margaret, virgin, 3 Hen. VI. Ch. 172*.

SEFORD. Richard Pegworth, clerk, remits and quit-claims to
Simon Bernevale of Seford all actions real and personal against the said
Simon to the date of this present writing.

Dated at London, 22 January, 31 Hen. VI. Ch. 173.

SELEHAM. Philip de Seleham, son and heir of Ralph de
Seleham, grants to the hospital of St. John, in frankalmoigne, a.
messuage, garden, and the mill of Seleham, with the water, fishery, and
two islands, together with another messuage, tenement, and certain
other lands in Seleham and Howike. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 164.

SHIPLEY near HORSHAM. Isabella, late wife of William
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a part of a parcel of land called Bruggreslond in the parish of Sheplee,
also a croft &c. in Horsham.

Dated at Horsham the Saturday next after the feast of St. Gregory,
42 Ed. in. [With seals.] Ch, 1^4.

SLINFOLD, &c. Richard de Climpesfande and Alice his wife
grant to John their son two acres of land in the parish of Slindefaude
in a mede called 'Norzlondes med.' (c. 1260-70.) [With seals.]

Ch. 175.
Richard Climpesfande grants to John his son the whole of his
messuage and garden in the parish of Slindefaude. (c. 1260-70.)

[With seal] Ch. 176.

Richard de la Strode, son and heir of Thomas de la Strode, remits

and quit-claims to Oliver de Esseby all right in a piece of land and

the mill of La Hyde. (c. 1260-70.) [With seal] Ch. I'j'j.

Robert de Clympesfolde de Slyndefaude grants to John de Clympes-

fold his brother the whole of a field which is called ' La Hyde ' in the

parish of Slyndefaude. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. i']S.

"Walter de Penge, son of Walter the Marshal, grants to Oliver de

Eslee the I alf of a mill in the parish of Sclindefaud, viz. at *La

Hyde,' at an annual rent of I OS. (c. 1270-80.) [With seal] Ch. i^g.

"William de la Stroude grants to John, son of Richard de Climpes-

folde, the whole of his land called ' Strodlond ' and Roulonde in the

parish of Slindefaude, and 55. annual rent in "Wornham, and the field

called Hyeluescroft, and i6d. rent and a meadow called New Bridge

in Wornham. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 180.

John de la Toune, son and heir of Gilbert de la Toune, remits and

quit-claims to William, son of Robert de Clympesfaud, the services due

to him from a tenement in Slindefaude.

Dated at Slindefaud the Monday on the morrow of Easter, 29

Ed. L Ch. 181.

Richard de Clympesfeude grants to John his son two acres of

meadow in the parish of Slyndefaude. (c. 1270.) Ch. 182.

Richard, called ' Le Page,' of Slyndefaud, grants to Roger his brother

three acres of arable land with an edifice in Slyndefaud. (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 183.

Convention dated Easter, 1 3 Ed. II, between John de Klympesfold

of the one part, and William de Aysselye of the other, by which the

said John grants to the said William a ditch in Slyndefold. Ch. 184.

John de Clympesfolde grants to Roger his son i6s. annual rent from

a tenement called Tounlond in Slyndefolde.

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

Stephen, 10 Ed. III. Ch. 185.

John de Clympesfolde grants to Richard Wyldegous and Matilda

his wife, for their lives, certain land called Tounyngeslond in

Slyndefolde.

Dated at Slyndefold the Monday next after the feast of the

Nativity B. V. M., 10 Ed. IIL Ch. 186.

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Urry, sen., two water-mills and lands &c. which he had by heirship after
the death of his father, at La Hyde in Slindefolde and Warnham.

Dated at "Warnham the Friday next after the feast of St. Nicholas,
bishop, 12 Ed. III. [With seal.] (7A. 187.

"William, son of "William de Asshele, grants to "William Urry, sen.,
two mills and other lands in Slindefolde and "Warnham, that he had by
a charter in the hands of Walter de Bonewyk before enfeoffed him
with.

Dated at Horsham the "Wednesday next after the feast of St.
Nicholas, bp., 12 Ed. IIL Ch. 188.

John de Bradebrugg grants to Roger his son four messuages, 25
acres of land, and two acres of meadow in Slyndefold.

Dated at Slyndefold the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Laurence, 15 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 189.

John de Bradebrugg appoints "William de Clympesfold his attorney
to put Robert his son in possession of four messuages and 25 acres of
land and two acres of meadow in Slyndefold.

Dated at Slyndefold the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Laurence, 15 Ed. IIL Ch. 190.

Richard, son of John de Bradebrug of Slyndefold, grants and quit-
claims to Roger de Bradebrugg his brother all right and claim in 4
messuages, 25 acres of land, and 2 acres of meadow in Slyndefold,
also in a meadow called Joriezim in Slyndefold.

Dated at Slyndefold the Monday after the feast of St. Blasius, 16
Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. 191.

Roger de Bradebrugg grants to John de Bradebrugg his father the
whole of his land called Crokkereslond and a field called Le Hyde in
Slyndefold and Warnham.

Dated at Slynfold the Sunday next after the feast of St, Lucy the
virgin, 16 Ed. IIL Ch. 192.

Roger de Bradebrugg grants to John de Bradebrugg his father the
whole of his land called Crokkeresland and one field caUed Le Hyde in
Slyndefold and Warnham.

Dated at Slyndefold the Sunday next after the feast of St. Lucy,
virgin, 16 Ed. III. Ch. 193.

John de Bradebrugg remits and quit-claims to Roger de Bradebrugg
his son all right which he has in lands and tenements called Crokkeres-
lond and * Le Hyden * in Slyndefold and Warnham.

Dated at Slyndefold the Sunday on the feast of the Nativity of
our Lord, 19 Ed. IIL Ch. 194.

John Elof of Slyndefold grants to William Elof all his lands and
tenements and certain rents of 3s. and 1 2d. in Slyndefold.

Dated at Slyndefold the Sunday after the feast of St. Michael, 24
Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. 195.

John Elof of Slyndefold remits and quit-claims to William Elof his





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brother all right to lands and tenements, &c. in Slinfold and
Petteworthe, as in a charter more plainly appears.

Dated at Slyndefold, 31 May, 26 Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. 196.

Ida, who was the wife of Thomas le Grrete, grants to Roger de
Bradebrugg a certain garden and croft in Slyndefold.

Dated at Slyndefold the Saturday next after the feast of St. James
the apostle, 26 Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch, 197.

Robert le Coupere of Horsham grants to Roger de Bradebrugge and
Agnes his wife one piece of land called * Le Hyde ' in Slyndefold.

Dated at Slyndefold the Sunday next after the feast of St. Thomas,
martyr, 27 Ed. IIL Ch. 198.

John le Crete grants to sir Henry Tregoz, knt., the reversion of two
acres of land and one garden in Slyndfold.

Dated at Slynfold the Sunday on the octave of the Holy Trinity,
27 Ed. IIL [ With seal.] Ch, 199.

Roger de Bradebrugge of Slyndefolde grants to Robert le Coupere
of Horsham one piece of land called ' Le Hyde ' in Slyndefolde.

Dated at Bradebrugge the Thursday next before the feast of the
Translation of St. Thomas, martyr, 27 Ed. III. Ch. 200.

Indenture dated Thursday next after the feast of St. Martin, 28
Ed. in, by which William de Weston grants to Roger de Bradebrig
and Agnes his wife 15 acres of land called 'le Hydes' in Slyndefolde.

Ch. 201.

Roger le Taillor of Axedon, chaplain, grants to sir Adam Carles,
Richard, son of John de Bradebrugge of Slyndefold, and Thomas, son of
Richard, all lands <fec. in Slyndefold and Hechyngfeld.

Dated at Slyndfold on the feast of St. Katherine, virgin, 33
Ed. IIL Ch. 202.

Joan, relict of Richard la Leche of Harbergh, remits and quit-
claims to Roger de Bradbrigg all right in lands &c. in the parish of
Slyndfold.

Dated at Harberg, i August, 36 Ed. IIL Ch. 203.

Walter, son and heir of Roger de Bradebrugg, grants and confirms
to Richard Bussebrygg, son of John de Bussebrygg, and Joan his wife,
lands in Slyndefold and rents in Horsham and Warnham.

Dated at Horsham the Friday next after the feast of St. Mark,
evang., 4 Rich. II. [With seal] Ch. 204.

Robert Wygere of Horsham and Richard Heyne, sen., of Wernham,
grant to Richard atte Strode of Slyndefold all those lands and tene-
ments which they had of the gift of the said Richard atte Strode for
his life.

Dated at Slyndefold the Sunday next after the feast of the
Purification, 2 Hen. IV. Ch. 205.

John Wakehurst, John Bonwike^ Robert atte Lynde, and Thomas



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Larence remit and quit-claim to John Urry of la Rogheye all right in
a water-mill &c. in Warnham and Slyndefold.

Dated at Horsham, 1 4 November, 7 Hen. lY. [ With seals.]

Ch. 206.

John Urry of la Roghey remits and quit-claims to John Bradebrygge,
sen,, and John Rumbem, jun., all right &c. in a water-mill called ' La
Hyde mylle,' and lands &c. thereto belonging, in Slyndefold and
"Warnham.

Dated at Slyndefold on the feast of the Nativity of our Lord.
7 Hen. lY. [With seal.'] CA. 207.

• John Urry of la Roghey grants to John Bradebrugge, sen., and
John Rumbem, jun., of Slyndefold, one mill called Hydemyll in
Slyndefold and Warnham.

Dated at Slyndefold on the feast of the Conception of the Yirgin,
7 Hen. lY. [With seal.'] Ch. 208.

John Corby, clerk, Richard Edward, William Apselee, sen.,
Bartholomew atte Noore, Roger Cook of Slyndefold, and John Eyloff
remit and quit-claim to Henry Eyloff all right in all lands, tenements,
&c. in the parishes of Slyndefold, Byllynghurst, Bradewate, Sountynge,
and Launcynge.

Dated at Bradewate on the feast of St» Ambrose, 8 Hen. lY.
[With seals.] Ch. 209.

John, son and heir of Walter Bradbrugge, deceased, of Slyndefold,
grants to John Bradbrugge, sen., his uncle, sir Richard Burges, and
sir John Ide, chaplains, all lands and tenements &c. in the county of
Sussex, with the reversion of the same after the death of Isabella
his mother.

Dated at Slyndefold on the feast of the Assumption, 9 Hen. lY.
[ With seal^ Ch. 210.

John Wylteshyre, William Cheyne, and Richard Wakehurst appoint
John Warnecamp their attorney to receive in their name the third
part of a messuage and divers lands &c. in Slyndefold.

Dated 16 May, 12 Hen. lY. Ch. 211.

John Corby, clerk, and Thomas Isold, chaplain, remit and quit-
claim to Richard Wakehurst, John Waleys, John Bolne, John Arche,
John Payn, sen., and John Payn, jun., all their right in lands and
tenements called Eylones in Slyndefold.

Dated at Bradewatre on the feast of Pentecost, 12 Hen. lY.



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