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anotJier document to which it refers^ Ch. 309.

WESTDENE. A commission from John, bp. of Chichester, for
annexing two houses in the decayed parish of Excet' to the adjoining
parish of Westdene, at the instance of Thomas Mathewe, vicar of
Excet, and John Oxynford, rector of Westdene.

Dated 10 April, 1460. Ch. 311.

WEYBRED. The will of Joane Pope, widow of Robert Pope of
Weybred, co. Sussex, dated 24 June, 16 Charles I, i.e. 1640. Ch. 312.

The will of Joane Pope, widow of Robert Pope of Weybred, co.
Sussex, dated 2 Dec, 1644.

[Original, no prolate, on paper.'] Ch. 313,

WINCHELSEY. Fragment of a charter by which William
Eppelsfeld and William Pryns of Winchelse remit and quit-claim to
Agnes, who was the wife of Gervase Loneroun (V), all right in ... .
in the village of Wynchelse. Dated at 18 Rich. 11. C%. 314.



BISHOPSTON (Manor of). Rental of the manor of Bishopeston,
taken 21 Hen. VL Sussex JRolls, i.

OHICHESTER (Diocese of). An account of the tithes due to
the king for one year ending 1685, rendered by John Lake, bp. of
Chichester, collector, through Nathaniel Pouell, sub-collector, his
deputy. Bolls, 2.

STONEHAM. Roll of 11 distinct membranes, containing the
rolls of the Hallmote of the manor of Stoneham, comprising the
following places, Southeram, Norlington, Wellingham, Middeham,
and Ashton, from the 30th to the 39th year of Henry VI. Bolls, 4.

ABBEY OF BEIGHAM.

BEIGHAM. Elu de Saakeville, daughter of Ralph de Deyne,
widow, confirms the grants of her father and brother &c. to the abbey
of Otteham which she had allowed to be transferred to Beigham called
Beaulieu. (c. i220 - 30.) Ch. 7..

Charter by which .... grants to the abbot and convent of Beigham
[Fragment and illegible.'] Ch. 8.



574 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUSSEX.
Michael de Tonge grants to the church of St. Mary of Beigham, in
frankalmoigne, the whole of his land of Tonge, paying annually to
him and his heirs id. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 9.

Matilda de Bendestede, widow, grants to the abbot and convent of
Begehani, in frankalmoigne, .... shillings and fourpence which ....
was accustomed annually to pay her from a tenement, (c. 1230-40.)
[Mutilated.^ Ch. 11.

Mutilated bull of Pope Alexander the Ch. 13.

Simon . . . . of the parish of Fristhon grants to the abbot and
canons of St. Mary, Beigham, in frankalmoigne, .... shillings of
annual rent which Andrew de Croichuke was accustomed to pay to
him .... (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 15.

John, called the young, of Hellingelie, and Alice his wife grant
and quit-claim to the abbey of Begham all their right in ijlb. of
pepper annual rent. (c. 1270-80.) [Mutilated.] CA. 17.

Fragment of a deed, dated Nones of June, 1282. Ch. 19.

Fragment of a charter, dated i Hen. IV. Ch. 22*.

Fragment of a charter, dated on the feast of St. Michael, archangel,
1419, 7 Hen. V. Ch. 23.

Fragment of a writ of K. Hen. VI to the abbot and convent of
Beigham. Ch. 25.

Thomas, the abbot, and convent of Beigham grant to Robert ....
of Beigham certain lands for ... . years at an annual rent of ... .
Dated 37 Hen. VI. Ch. 27.

Indenture mutilated, dated 10 Hen. VII. Ch. 28.

BOREHAM, CO. ESSEX. Convention made on the feast of St.

Michael, 22 Rich. II., between Robert Frendesbury, abbot of

and Richard .... draper of Borham, and Joan his wife, being a
demise of a tenement in Borham called Scottes tenement for 100 years
at an annual rent of 2s. Ch. 28*.

BHOKELE. Walter, bp. of Rochester, confirms the gift of Juliana
the countess, and Michael de Torneham her seneschal, of land &c. for
the support of the canons of AVellesford at Brokele in frankalmoigne.
[Walter, bp. of Rochester, 11 47-1 183.] Ch. 3.

DENE. Robert de Dene, son of Sibilla de Dene, grants to the
church of Begham, in frankalmoigne, 205. of annual rent in the village
of Dene, also half a mark of rent in Mereshale, and the advowson of the
church of Westdene. [With seal^ Ch. "j*.

HAILSHAM. William de Bugei grants to the canons of Otteham,
in frankalmoigne, the whole of his land in the marsh lying between
Peveiisey and Heilesham of the fee of Rikeward of Helliuger.
(c. 1180-90.) Ch. I.

Convention between the abbot and convent of Beigham of one part,
and Ralph le Rudde of the other, by which the said abbot and convent
grant to Ralph the land which Thomas of the Marsh Iield of them, and



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBKARY. 57^

SUSSEX,

granges .... in exchange for 13 acres one rood of land ....

(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 5.

Herbert de Burgherse grants to Richard the summonser (sumo-
nitori) of Leawes, for his service, 12 acres of land in the marsh of
Heilesham, paying annually for the same the third part of one mark,
and the third part each of one pound of pepper and cummin. For
this donation the said Richard gave 23 marks of silver, (c. 1230.)

Ch. 6.

HELLINGLEY. The abbot and convent of Beighara demise to
Thomas le Bret and Isabel his wife .... in the village of Hellingelegh
.... (c. 1270-80.) [A fragment^ Ch. 18.

Indenture by which the abbot and convent of Beigham demise to
Richard and John Twytte certain land in Hellinglegh, they paying
annually to the said abbot and convent 22s.

Dated 9 Hen. V. Ch. 24.

KENTHENHAM. Adam, son of Edric de "West Kethenham,
remits and quit-claims to the abbot of Beigham the whole of his land
which the said abbot and convent hold in West Kethenham.
(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 10.

LAMBERHURST. Theobald Strangboghe grants to William le
Reve two acres of land and wood lying in the parish of Lamberherst,
paying annually to him and his heirs one halfpenny. For this grant
the said Theobald received 245. sterling, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 14.

John de la Burne, with the assent of Agnes his wife, grants to the
church of St. Mary of Beigham a house in the parish of Lamberherst.
(c. 1260-70.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 16.

Letters patent dated 8 May, 41 Ed. III., being a grant of a licence
of mortmain to the abbot and convent of Beigham, to enable them to
build 4 acres of land and 3 acres of meadow in Lambrehurst. [ With
seal.] Ch. 16*.

John grants to Stephen Ers . . . and Richard Adam of

Lamberherst one messuage and one rood of land in ... .

Dated at Lamberherst on the feast of the apostles SS. Philip and
James, 2 Hen. V. Ch. 22.

Charter by which in Lamberherst.

Dated .*. Hen. VII. [Fragment.] Ch. 29.

Indenture dated 27 Jan., 13 Hen. VIII, by which Richard, the
abbot, and convent of Beigham demise unto Thomas Wyllard of
Lambertherst a house called the Owle house, &c., together with some
lands about the said house &c., for 20 years, at an annual rent of 8s.

Ch. 31.

MATTEEELD. William, son of Alexander de Mattefeld, grants
and quit-claims to the church of St. Mary of Beigham the whole of
his land in Mattlefed, viz. 18 acres and the third part of a messuage,
(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 12.

NOPINGEFORD. Robert de Glotingham grants to the church



576 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUSSEX.
of St. Mary of Beigham, in frankalmoigne, the half of his land of
Nodingeford, viz. a fourth part of one knight's fee. (c. 1230.) Ch. 4.

OTHAM. Geoffrey de St. Leodegario [St. Leger] confirms to the
church of St. Laurence and the monks of Otteham, in frankalmoigne,
Edward Crepp. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 2.

Roll containing rents, services, &c. owed to the court of Otteham.
[Temp. John.] Ch. 6*.

Robert Frendesbury, abbot of Beigham, and the convent of the
same grant to farm to Henry Bakere of ... . and John Drew of
Otham, their manor of Otham for 20 years, paying to the abbot and
convent of Beigham five marks sterling, and to the prior and convent
of Michelham 25 marks annually.

Dated at Beigham on the Annunciation of the B. V. M., 6 Hen. IV.

Ch. 21.

Indenture made 12 October, 9 Hen. VII, by which the abbot and
convent of Beigham demise to John Bebody all their wood in Oteham,
also their wood in Beigham called Chapell woode, for . . years, at an
annual rent of ... . [Mutilated^ Ch. 26.

Indenture witnessing that Richard, the abbot, and convent of
Beigham demise to John Awod and Joan his wife, of the parish of
Jenyngton, a piece of land in Otham in co. Sussex, for 40 years, at an
annual rent of los.

Dated at Beigham, 20 October, 19 Hen. VII. Ch. 30.

SCHARPESHULL. John de Doungate grants to William de
Doungate, his brother, all his lands and tenements in Lambreherst
lying at ScharpeshuU.

Dated at Begeham on the morrow of the Circumcision, 18 Ed. Ill,

Ch. 20.

HAILESHAM. Acts of court (inrolled) concerning the right of
the abbot and convent of Beigham to the church of Haylesham,
Chichester diocese, an. 1285. [Boll mutilated.] Sussex Molls, ^.

PRIORY OF ST. BARTHOLOMEW, PYNHAM, NEAR
ARUNDEL.
ABUNDEL. Herbert, son of Osmund, grants to the church of St.
Bartholomew .... near the Causeway, Arundel, certain land of
Anedelle, with a meadow adjacent, which "William de Hareng held.
(c. 1210-20.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 32.

"William, the third earl of Sussex, confirms to the church of St.
Bartholomew *de Calceto, Arundel,' the donation which Gilbert de
Winton made to them of the messuage which Noel held in Arundel.
(1196-1221.) Ch. 33.

Faramus de . . . . sells and quit-claims for ever Walter son of Durand
to Robert the chaplain of the earl of Arundel, with all his goods and
issue. (1196-1221.) CA. 34.

Matilda, wife of John de Beauchamp of Schorham, grants to the



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 577

SUSSEX.

church of St. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Aruiirlcl, a messuage
which Bernard de H . . . . her father, gave to the canorui to provide a
light in the church at the altar of the Blessed Virgin, &c. [Mutilated.~\

Ch. 40.

Henry de "Wisbereze quit-claims to Robert Mulct of the Causeway, all
right in a certain area at the Causeway which Adam the clerk, son of
Robert the skinner, gave to him.

Witness. Richard Dowing, then mayor of Arundel, (c. 1 260-70.)

Ch. 41.

Thomas, the prior, and the canons of the Causeway, Arundel, grant
to William Cristlaf, clerk of Durington, for his service, all right and
claim with curtilages and with all their appurtenances, which he had
by the gift of sir Adam, chaplain of the Causeway, to hold, &c. of them
and their successors to him and his heirs for ever, paying annually
2od. sterling at the feast of St. Michael, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 42.

Joan, formerly wife of Ralph le Tayllur, grants to the church of St.
Bartholomew, * de Calceto Arundell,' and the canons there i ^ acre of
land which she and Ralph her husband gave to William aud Christiana
de Wodesham. Ch. 43.

Hugh, formerly servant of sir W. de Botiler at Lyministre, quit-
claims to the church of St. Bartholomew ' of the Causeway, Arundel,'
and the prior and canons therein, all right in a messuage with a
curtilage which Richard Morin held of the said canons, (c. 1270.)

Ch. 45.

John, son and heir of Peter Bagge of Arundel, grants to Matilda,
wife of David of the Causeway, shoemaker, tlie whole of his tenement
without the bridge of Arundeh (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 48,

Fragment of a charter concerning the churches of the Causeway, and
Chitehurst, from the bishop of Chichester, (c. 1250.) Ch. 50.

William Agirham (T), lord of Nutburn, for the health of his soul,
grants to the church of St. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Arundel, in
frankalmoigne, 8d, of annual rent from a certain messuage in Arundel,
(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 53.

Isabella, daughter of Robert le Petir (?) of Arundel, grants to John,
son of David the shoemaker of the Causeway, part of a garden in
which herself and father sometimes worked, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 54.

Sir Randal .... roc, kt., grants to the church of St. Bartholomew of
the Causeway, Arundel, the whole of the land which the abbot of
Robert's Bridge gave them in frankalmoigne, which was sometime
Robert le Justur's. (c. 1260-70.) [Mutilated.] Ch. ^^.

Emma de Kyngestone, relict of William de la Broke, remits and
quit-claims to Thomas, the prior, and canons of the Causeway, all her
right by the name of dowry in a messuage with a curtilage near
Arundel bridge, (c. 1260-70.) . CA. 57.

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578 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUSSEX.
William Licq' of Arundel grants to Ateline, daughter of Robert le
Capiere, one acre of land in the territory of Arundel, (c. 1270-80.)

Ch. 58.

William de Luci of Arundel grants to William Prentis a messuage
in Potentestreete, paying to the prior and convent of the Causeway
nine pence annually.

Dated at Arundel on the morrow of All Souls, 5 Ed. II.

Witness. John Alisandre, then mayor of Arundel. Ch. 61.

William Toppe and Agnes his wife remit and quit-claim to John de
Kepston and Alice his wife all their right in a tenement at the
Causeway near Arundel.

Dated at Arundel the Friday next before the feast of St. Dionisius,
2iEd. IIL Ch.62.

Henry, the prior, and the canons of the Causeway, near Arundel,
grant to Thomas le Croucher, Joan his wife and John their son, a
certain tenement at the Causeway for their lives, at an annual rent
of 35.

Dated at the Causeway on the day of the Exaltation of the Cross,
30 Ed. IIL Ch. 64.

Richard Mor . . . and Agnes his wife and Alice their daughter
appoint John Clerk to deliver seisin to ... . and Alice his wife, the
whole of their tenement and croft at the Causeway near Arundel.

Dated at Chichester the Monday on the feast of St. Andrew the
apostle, 46 Ed. III. Ch. 66.

James de of the church of ... . from sir Henry, prior of the

Causeway, near Arundel, thirty .... shillings and four pence for . . .
and victuals of a certain John le . . . .

Dated at .... 1346. [A fragment.'] Ch. 67.

John, the prior, and the canons of St. Bartholomew of the Causeway
demise to Thomas ate Syndre and Alice his wife a tenement in Arundel
at an annual rent of 3s.

Dated at the Causeway the Monday next before the feast of the
Invention of the Cross, 50 Ed. III. Ch. 69.

Thomas Essinnge, the mayor of the borough of Arundel, to certain
persons therein named to collect for the repair of the Causeway and
bridge at Arundel.

Dated at Arundel on the feast of St. Leonard the abbot, 33
Hen. VL Ch. 72.

The prior and convent of St. Bartholomew, Arundel, demise to John

called Strowdys in the parish of ... . for 30 years, at an

annual rent of 13s. 4c?. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 75.

BILLINGHURST. Robert le Franceys of Billingehurst grants
to the church of St. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Arundel, in
frankalmoigne, certain pieces of land in Billinghurst, with the homage
and service of certain people dwelling there, (c. 1250 - 60.) Ch. 37.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 579

SUSSEX.
"William de Arundel, clerk, remits and quit-claims to Stephen, the
prior, and the canons of the Causeway, Arundel, i zd. of annu*al rent,
in the parish of Billinghurst.

Witness. Robert de . . . enne, then seneschal of Arundel,
(c. 1260.) Ch. 38.

John de Palingefaud grants to the church of St. Bartholomew of
the Causeway, Arundel, in frank almoigne, certain parts of land in
Billinghurst, with the homage and service of Adam de la Fanne.
(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 39.

Roger, called le . . . . , of Niwebrugge, remits and quit-claims to sir
Thomas, the prior * de Calceto, Arundel,' .... an annual rent of ^d.
which he was accustomed to receive .... at Niwebrugge in the parish
of Billinghurst. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 49.

John Cht.rney, prior of St. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Arundel,
and the convent of the same demise to Philip de Aldre of Wisberghe
a tenement called West Wodesham in the parish of Billinghurst for
60 years at an annual rent of 6s. 8d.

Dated at Calcetum the Saturday after the feast of St. Matthew,
apostle, 22 Rich. II. Ch. 71.

CHICHESTER. John Stokeman, citizen of Winchester, quit-
claims to the church of St. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Arundel, a
messuage with a curtilage, that messuage which he had of the
concession of Richard Champel in the parish of St. Peter in Chichester.
(c. 1280.) Ch. 59.

Nicholas Plocat of Chichester, son and heir of Roger Plocat, remits
and quit-claims to the prior and canons of the Causeway, Arundel, all
his right &c. in 14^. annual rent, for a messuage in Chichester.

Witness. AYilliam de Wythsond, then mayor of Chichester.
(c. 1250-60.) Ch. 36.

CHITEHURST. Judgment in a cause moved between Thomas,
the prior, and convent of the Causeway, Arundel, and John le
Wesselyr, rector of the church of Chitehui-st, concerning an annual
pension of 5s. for the tithe of the land which Roger de Kyngesham
held in Chitehurst.

Dated 1285. Ch. 60.

HAMPTON. John le Justur of Wykes grants to the church of
St. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Arundel, 1 6cZ. of rent which the
prior and canons were annually accustomed to pay him for two
messuages and 7 acres of land in Hampton, which the said canons
possess by his gift. (c. 1220) Ch. 35.

HAVEDELL. Katherine, the prioress, and the nuns of the
monastery of Lyminester release to the prior and convent of the
Causeway, Arundel, all claims arising from the lease of five acres of
land near Havedell, which the said priory held for a certain term
of years.

Dated at Lenemestre on the vigil of the Purification, 5 Rich. II.

Ch. 70.
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580 CALENBAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

SUSSEX.
IiEMXN'STEB. Gkiy Hareng, lord of Lomestre, grants to Ralph
Noch, for his service, and Christiana his wife, one tenement and land
in Limes tre. (c. 1250.) C^, 51.

OFFINGTON. Stephen de Offingtone grants to the chnrch of
8t. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Arundel, in frankalmoigne, an
annual rent in the village of Offington. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 46.

PAIiHTGrS. William de Wykes, chaplain, quit-claims to the
diure^ of St. Bartholomew of the Causeway, Arundel, all his right
and daim in certain land of William Snel's in Palinges. (c, 1260-70.)

Ch.44-

PATiTNGES. Richard de Rt)m grants to John , which

he held of the fee of Ralph de Broc in the parish of Palins^es, at
an anmial rent of one penny. Ch. 44*.

PRESTTTON. William de Prestitone grants to the church of
St Bartholomew of the Causeway, in frankalmoigne, one virgate of
land in Prestiton formerly belonging to sir John de Palingefaud, kt.
(c. 1260-70.) Ch, 52.

SBWEDON. Indenture witnessing that John Gyffaid, prior of
St. Bartholomew * de Calceto, Arundel,' and the convent of the same
fanige to John Apsle the whole of a wood called Stonyland near

SewedML, Sussex, to cut down and do away witii

Dated 3 July, 11 Ed. lY. Ch, 73.

WARBIiINGTON. Mutilated indenture between Henry, the
prior, and the canons of the Causeway, Arundel, and the lord of
LymbcHime in the pari£h of Warblyngton.

Dkled the Wednesday next before the feast of St Martin, 1351.

Ch. 68.

WAKKCAMP. Peter, son of Ansell, grants to the churdi of St
BaiHiolomew of the Causeway, ArundeL and the canons of the same,
in frankalmoigne, 4} acres of land in the village of Wamecamp.
(c 1250-60.) Ch. 47.

William Canmvile grants to John Polyngs of Anmdd and Alice hia
wife a gard^i and i \ acre of land in Wamecampe.

Dated at Wamecampe the Monday before the feast of St. Mark,
44 Ed. ITL Ch, 65.



Bdber confirms to William Camvile one garden and i \ acre
aff anUe knd m liie fields of Wamecamp.

Dated at Wmntnmp the Sunday next before the feast of St
G€<Hge, 30 (!) Ed. ILL Ch. 63.

Pieler, son of AnseU oi Wamecamp, grants to the church of St.
Butholomew of the Causeway, Anmdd, in frankalmoigne, tiie whole
of his mecBBage in WaruBcaoq). (c 1250-60.) [Mutilated.] CA. 56.



Indenture witnesang tliat John Gifiard, the
prior of St TTiitfciihBKiw of the Caoaewaj, and the convent cf the



IX THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 581

SUSSEX.

to John Fiakam of W odaM Co te in tbe pniA «f
Wesibonie, and Jon Iw vifiiv sid BkfcaBd ad Afiee db fldran d
the said John and Joan, a fi i Mit i ue lying wittin ike lands of WilbaB,
earl Anmdd, for ibeir fives, at an annnal rent of 4«.

Bated i Jd^, 13 Ed. IV. GL 74.



WARWICKSHIPiE.



AlaVXCESTES. John Fremon and Afioe his vifi% dan gjitcr of
John GokkTB of Alvieeatr', bj their diarter eodbawd to WHEbbk
Botavaox the whole <^ a nMSBnage in Peggjaki^ vho now wilk Oat if
&e a^ J<^in and Alice pay loa. within three jean, fte said BMsnage
shall revot to them.

Dated the Satnrda^ next befare the feait of St. Faith, Tiigm,
10 Hen. VL Warmiebivm Charlen, i.



ABEGLEYS. John, son and heir of Peter de
to sir BidiazddeEgeiMstan,kt^tiieoeciqiierand&nncrof the
of AreIeTe,&nnflieliBastofSk]fidiad, 19 Ed. II, to the date of t^s
pre^nt charter, all daim far waste, Ac in the said manor.

Dated at CoYintre the Moradaj next after tlie £esst of 8S. Fcr-
pet^ uid Fi^cia, 19 Ed. IL Ch. t.



ATHEBSTOH. View of firankpied^ with eomt of John Lan-
gdej, esq^ lord of tibe manor of Atherofam, hdd tiie Ssterday next
before the feast of St. Thomas, 19 Dec, 29 Hen. YL Ck. ^

BEKEFOBD, fte. Letters patent of Kii^ Edward HI, dated at
Westminster 6 Feb., 29 of his re%n, maHng known, that bj an
inspection of the rdls of Ghancrfj it i^ean that wiA &e aaKni of
Bartholomew de BmgfaenBh and HiialrHh his wife, Mark Hnaee and
Maigoj his wife, and Taahella who was tiie wife of Henrjde Ferrari^
dan^iters and heirs of Theobald de Ycsdon, deceased, n^ hdd of &e
Eing in eapite of the fees and parts of knig^iiB* fees and fte advowsoaa of
cbnrdies which were the saidllieobald's have been ssHignrd to'
son and heir oi Joan, who was the wife of Thomas de Fknirall,
of the dau^tos and heirs of the said TTieohald, aecor£i^ to tiie
law and custom of En^bmd, the nndswritten fees and adrowsonsy vis.
in demesne four knights' fees in Potteleye, Oteynestr, Strole^ Twylden-
hyde. Est heche, and Walnesthorp, the fourth part of one knight's fee in
Aleton, the half of one knight's fee in Moosleye, the half of one kn^^'s
fee in Webbeton, CMtem^ WalsliopUiora, and Meere. tlm klf of ow
kni^t's fee in Bookston, whidi potabia to the castle of Svjas in
Herofordshire, one knight's fee in Hilton 0»ndmairit in co. Sak^ the
half of one ^slight's fee in Xeuhall, co. Derby, one kni^^'s fee in
Xorthbur', co. Stafibrd, the half of one kni^it's fee in Bereiavd, co.
Warwick, the half oi one knight's fee in Lnlljngta&in the same eoantj,
and the revorsion of two kni^ts^ fees, tiie half of a kn^j^a fee and a
fourth part in Pyonia and Honton Cotes in co. Ha«feid, one knight s
fee in Thorlaston, 00. Warwk^, a fooith put in H<h-I(», the h^ oi



582 CALENDAR OF CHARTEES, ROLLS, ETC.

WARWICK.
cij>e knight's fee in Hopton and Alverton, co. Warwick, to have the
, /name after the death of Elizaheth de Burgh, who holds the same in
l/ dowiy after the death of Theobald formerly her husband, together with
the advowson of the church of Neubold and the third presentation to
the church of Boseworth, co. Leicester, the moiety of the priory of
Lantony, and the reversion of the advowson of Farnham, co. Bucks.
[ With seal] Ch. 4.

BURTON HASTINGS. Licence from Brownlow, bp. of Lich-
fiekl ai;d Coventry, to John Liptrott, clerk, for performing the office
of curate in the church of Burton Hastings.

Dated at Eccleshall, 23 Aug. 1773. Ch. 5.

COLLESHITLL, &c. John de Clynton, lord of Maystoke, quit-
claims to Peter de Montfort all right in that manor called Kynges-
hurst in the co. of Warwick, also in messuages, lands, &c. in the
villages of ColleshuU, Bromwych, and Sheldon, which the said Peter
holds by demise of William de Wotton ; and also in all those mes-
suaf^es, curtilages, &c. which the said Peter has by the gift of Simon
de Sekkyndon, parson of the church of Thorp Costantyn in ColleshuU
and Sheldon.

Dated at ColleshuU the Wednesday next after the feast of SS.
Simon and Jude, 28 Ed. IIL Ch. 6.*

COVENTRY, &e. Henry d'Aubeny, son of Henry D'Aubeny,
of Wycheford, and Christiana his wife give and confirm to Geoffrey de
Langele and Matilda his wife and their heirs, a capital messuage in
Coventry together with rents, &c., the mill of Hyssel, and lands, rents
and services in Coventry, Stoke, Keresley, and Allspathe, with the
reversion of other lands in the same villages, (c. 1 280-1300.) [With
seals.] Ch. 7.

Bond given by Richard Palmer of Coventry to John Sneyd, harbor,
in £20 for the sale of a messuage in Crosse Chepyng in the citie
of Coventry.

Dated 20 June, 35 Hen. VIIL Ch. 8.

Indenture made 25 Feb., 24 Chas. II, by which Samuell Baron,
citizen and lynnendraper of Loudon, in consideration of a sum of £45
grants to John Hunt of Coventry, shoemaker, a messuage in Coventry
in a place called Croscheaping. Ch. 9.

ERDYNGTON. Henry Tyramen of Erdyngton grants to John
his son a certain plot of meadow in the fee of Erdyngton, in the
meadow called ' Assalt.'

Dated at Erdyngton the Monday next after the feast of St. Edith,
15 Ed. IIL Ch. 10.

GRENEBERUE. William de Harecurt, son of Robert de
Harecurt, grants to William Pat two of his villeins and land in



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