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Greneberue. (c. 1280.) Ch. 11.

SHUCBURGH. William grants to Wiberton West, esq.,

Jauies a tenement in Shucburgh.

Dated at Shucburgh ,20 Hen. IV. Ch. 12.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 583

WARWICK.

WARWICK. Thomas, parson of St. Mary's, Warwick, John,
prior of the church of the Holy Sepulchre, and John Hedley, master
of the hospital of St. John, appoint John Derlyng their proctor to
act for them.

Dated at Warwick, lo March, 1420. Ch. 13,

Appointment of Henry Delves, esq., and Timothy St. Nicholas, esq.,
as justices of the peace for the county of Warwick, with the oaths
for the same appointment.

Dated at Westminster, 13 Nov., 10 George I. Chs. 14-19.

WASPERTON. Indenture made 9 March, 1744, being a lease
from John Tabor and Amy his wife, widow of Thomas Rawlinson,
deceased, and Richard Rawlinson, LL.D., to James Lunn, of a mes-
suage or farm called Heathcott in Wasperton, for 21 years, at an
annual rent of £160. Ch. 20.

WEDING-TON. Notarial instrument by which William Hudson,
clerk, notary public, attests the resignation of William Utawnton of
the church of Wedyngton.

Dated 1458. Ch. 21.



ROWINGTON. View of frank-pledge and court baron of the
lady Anne, countess of Warwick, widow, held at Rowington, 3 May,
38 Elizabeth, before John Honggerford, esq., seneschal, and Thomas
Michell, gent., sub-seneschal. Warwickshire Eolls, i.

View of frank-pledge with court of Anne, countess of Warwick, held
13 May, 38 Elizabeth. Bolls, 2.



WESTMOKELAND.

KIRKBY-STEPHEN. Philip, lord Wharton, presents Francis
Higgenson to the rectory of Kirkby-Stephen.

Dated 22 Sept. 1654. Westmoreland Charters, i.



NATEBY. Charters (inrolled) of grants of lands, woods, &c. in
the village of Nateby. [Eoll written temp. Hen. VI.]

Westmoreland Rolls, 1.

(a) William, son of Elye de Nateby, grants to sir Michael de Hartla
all his lands and tenements in the village and field of Nateby, bag
and baggage, &c,

(6) Roger de Clifford, jun., Isabell his wife, Roger de Leyburn and
Idonea his wife, grant to sir Michael de Hartla a certain vaccary in
their forest of Mallyestang which is called Snetwayt, at an annual
r^nt of 6d.



584 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WESTMORELAND.

(c) Idonia de Leyburne grants to Michael, lord of Hartecla, a licence to
enable him to inclose the woods of Hartecla and Nateby with a hedge
or ditch.

(d) Writ of King Edward granting to Thomas Rukby I'uncle all the
lands and tenements which were Andrew de Hertcla's in the town
of Nateby and Wharton.

{e) Thomas de Rokeby Tuncle grants to Richard Roter, vicar of
Brimston, all his lands, &c. in the towns of Nateby and Querton, with
the third part of the house there, also all his lands, &c. in Slegill.
Dated at Brimston on the feast of St. Michael, 30 Ed. III.

(/) Thomas de Musgrave grants to sir Michael de Hai*tcla the homage
and service of Thomas, son of John Snodding, for all the lands, &c.
he held in Nateby.

(g) Richard Router, master of the hospital of Keyner, grants to sir
Thomas de Mussgrave, kt., all the lands, &c. which he has in the
villages of Querton and Nateby by the gift of sir Thomas de Rukeby,
kt., sen.

Dated at London, "Wednesday on the feast of St. Leonard, 1364.



WILTSHIEE.

BISSHOPSTON. Constat of the exchequer, dated 3 James I,
2 1 November, that sir Alexander Tutt, kt., sheriff of Wiltshire, has
paid of the goods and chattels of Thomas Smythe of Busshopestone, co.
Wilts, 1 005. Wiltshire Charters, 2.

BRUTFORD. John le Foul of Brutford and Joan his wife grant
to William le Duyn and Christiana his wife, seven pence annual rent
which Thomas Wrench was accustomed to pay for i J acre of arable
land in the field of Brutford.

Dated at Brutford the Tuesday on the feast of St. Matthew,
apostle, 6 Ed. III. Ch. 3.

John Savage, Robert Porter, capellane, and John Sybsy, grant to
Elizabeth, wife of John Park, all lands, &c. which they had of the gift
of William Wodetrey in Brutford and Stanlinch.

Dated at Brutford the Saturday after the feast of St. Barnabas,
3 Hen. IV. Ch. 14.

Henry Not and Agnes his wife, cousin and one of the heirs of
William Wodehay, grant to John Park and Elizabeth his wife, all his
lands, tenements, &c. which ought to descend to him by the death of
the said William Wodehay in Brutford.

Dated at Brutford the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
Dunstan, 3 Hen. IV. Ch. 4.

Final concord made at Westminster on the octave of the Holy
Trinity, 22 Rich. IT, by which William Wodehay recognises that a



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 585

WILTS,
third part of the manor of Stanlynch and a messuage and 14 acres of
meadow and 16 acres of pasture in Brytford belongs to Agnes, wife
of Henry Not. Ch. 5.

John Savage and others grant to Elizabeth, wife of John Park, all
the lands and tenements, &c. which she had by the gift and feoffment
of William Wodehay in Brutford.

Dated at Brutford the Saturday next after the feast of St.
Barnabas, 3 Hen. IV. Ch. 5*.

CHILTERNE. Letters patent of King Edward VI, dated at West-
minster 20 Sept., ist of his reign, granting various privileges to
William Powlet, K.G., Lord St. John. Ch. 6,

CHIPPENHAM. Copy of an instrument of Robert de Brantesira,
official of Robert, bp. of Sarura, concerning the appropriation of the
churcli of Chippenham to the use of the prior and convent of Farleigh,
Wilts.

Dated at Sarum, 16 Kl. May, 1272. Ch. 8.

DOTJNTON. William Walter of Dounton, co. Wilts, husbandman,
grants to Richard Hugyn, esq., all his lands and tenements, &c. in
Dounton.

Dated at Dounton, i6 October, 30 Hen. VI. Ch. 7.

LAVINGTON (Bishops). Fine made at New Sarum on the
morrow of St. Michael, 9 Ed. I, by which William, son of Geoffrey le
Clerk of Lavynton, acknowledges the right of Robert, bishop of
Salisbury, to a messuage, hide, and 19^ acres of land and 12s. annual
rents in Lavynton, for which the said bishop paid to the said William
25 marks of silver, Ch. 10.

LAVINGTON. Letter from the dean and chapter of Ch. Ch. to
John, bp. of Sarum, informing liim of the presentation to the vacant
living of Lavington of Christopher Abarrow, clerk.

Dated 10 April, 9 Elizabeth. Ch, 11.

LONGLEAT. Certificate of the appointment of Daniel Tonstall,
M.A., as domestic chaplain to the earl of Bath. Dated 1690. Ch. 12.

MILDENHALL. Indenture made 29 November, 1727, by which
Katherine Pococke of Mildenhall, widow, deiDises to Ralph Tabor of
Mildenhall, yeoman, a copyhold estate known as Burgesses in Mildenhall
for one year, at a rent of .£50. Ch. 14.

NETHERAVEN. Fine made at Westminster, 26 Ed. Ill, between
John Tot of Netheraven and Alice his wife, plaintiffs, and Roger le
Sauser and Joan his wife, defendants, by which the said defendants
acknowledge a messuage, 27 acres of land, i^ acre of meadow, and 20
sheep, in Netheraven, to belong to the said John ; and the said plaintiffs
quit-claim to the said Roger and Joan all right to a messuage, 204
acres of land, and i acre of meadow. For this quit-claim the said
John and Alice gave to Roger and Joan 20 marks of silver. Ch. 15.



586 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WILTS.

OKEBOURN (Priory of). A receipt given by Ralph, rector of the
church of St. Botulph without Aldrichegate, London, and collector of
the annual tenths from the clergy for the king in the diocese of
London, to the prior of Okeburn for £4 los. 2\d.

Dated London, 6 Feb. 1374. Ch. 16.

OXFORD. Henry, the abbot, and convent of Malmesbury confirm
to the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Norwich, a certain
parcel of land in Oxford in Stokwelle street in perpetuity.

Dated at Malmesbury, 20 May, 1472. [Seal broken.] Ch. 13.

STANLYNCH. Nicholas le Duyn grants to William le Duyn his
brother the whole of two parts of the mill of Stanlinch, and also of the
lands of ' La Mule croft ' and Battescrofte, and half a virgate of land
in Bereford, of which lands Joan, who was the wife of William le
Duyn our father, held the third part by name of dowry.

Dated at Stanlynch on the feast of the Trinity, 12 Ed. II. Ch. 17.

Nicholas le Duyn and Andrew his brother agree to divide between
them two parts of a water-mill in Stanlinch, and 2 parts of 14 J acres
of land in Bereford and La Mulecrofte, and 2 parts of a field called
Battescrofte, which mill and land William le Duyn the father of the
said Nicholas and Andrew gave to Thomas le Duyn for his life, and
from which Joan the wife of William held the third part by the name
of dowry.

Dated at Stanlinch on the feast of the Nativity of our Lord,
12 Ed. n. Ch. 1 8.

John Columbel, vicar of Brutford, remits and quit-claims to William
le Duyn of Stanlynch and Christiana his wife all his right in the half
of one piece of ground called * le Gerdelond.'

Dated at Brutford the Tuesday next after the feast of the Ascension
of our Lord, 10 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 19.

Sir Thomas Bouklond, kt., grants to John Dekne, clerk, all his lands
and tenements in Stanlynch for his life, paying annually for the same
175. 6d.

Dated at Radelynch the Saturday in the feast of St. Barnabas
the apostle, 47 Ed. III. [ With seal.] Ch. 20.

Power of attorney to John Bereford and John Driwode from sir
Thomas de Bouclonde, kt., to deliver seisin to John Dekne, clerk, of
all his lands and tenements, &c. in Stanlynch, co. Wilts.

Dated at Radelynch the Saturday in the feast of St. Barnabas,
47 Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. 21.

John Nywe and William Axebrigge, chaplains, grant to Alianor,
who was the wife of John Duyn, all lands, &c. in Stanlinche, Biiitford,
Langeford, and Cherleton, which they had of the feofifment of the said
John Duyn, for the term of her life.

Dated at Stanlinche the Wednesday next after the feast of St.
DionisiuB, 48 Ed. IIL [With seal] Ch. 22.

John Duyn grants to John Nywe, and sir William Axebrigge,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 587

WILTS,
chaplain, certain lands, rents, tenements, &c. in Stanlynch, Brutford,
Langford, and Cherleton.

Dated at Stanlynch, Saturday the last day in the month of Sep-
tember, 48 Ed. III. Ch. 23.

Quit-claim from sir Thomas Bouclond, kt., to John Dekne, by
which he remits all his right, &c. to lands in Stanlynch, for the term
of the life of the said John.

Dated at Radelynch, 6 September, 50 Ed. III. [ With seal^

Ch. 24.

Robert Stratford remits and quit-claims to John Shawe and
Katherine, daughter of John Aignel, all right and claim in certain
lands and tenements in Stanlynch and Langford, with which John
Aignel had enfeoffed Andrew Stratford, father of the said Robert.

Dated 24 April, 4 Rich. II. Ch. 25.

Matilda, relict of sir John de Meryet, kt., remits and quit-claims to
Thomas de Meryet her son, the whole of the manor of North Stanlynch
and Langeford in the co. Wilts, with all lands, &c., to hold the same
for ever.

Dated at Lepene the Monday next after the feast of St. Scholastica,
virgin, 21 Rich. II. Ch, 26.

Indenture witnessing that Thomas Meriet and Elianora his wife have
demised to John Chapman, chaplain, the whole of a tenement in
Stallynch for 40 years at an annual rent of 85. 90?.

Dated at Stallynch, 3 June, i Hen. IV. Ch. 27.

Thomas Meryet and Alianora his wife gTant to John Hugyn all

lands and tenements, &c. which were John Aynel's in Stanlynche in

CO. Wilts, as also all the lands, &c. which they have in North Stanlynche.

Dated at Stanlynche, 17 June, 6 Hen. V. Ch. 28.

Composition between John Whyte, warden of Winchester College,
and the fellows of the same, proprietors of the church of Downton,
Sarum diocese, and Ralph Lane, vicar of Downton of the one part, and
William Grene, esq., lord of the manor of Stanlynch, of the other
part, by which the manor of Stanlynch is charged for tithes of
£3 6s. 8(i. to Winchester College, and £1 to the vicar of Downton.
Dated 8 October, 1549. Ch. 29.

Letters patent of King James I, to sir John Rodney, kt., granting
to him, in consideration of a payment into the exchequer of 13s. ^d.,
the goods and chattels of Barbara Buckland a recusant, together with
two parts of the manor of Stanlynch, co. Wilts, for 4 1 years, at an
annual rent of 44s. 4c?.

Dated at Westminster, 6 March, 8 James I. Ch. 30.

Probate of the will of Philip Bocland of Stanlynch, co. Wilts,
granted to Maurice Bocland one of the executors.

.... 30 May, 1724. Ch. 31.



588 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.
WILTS.
Appointment of Maurice Bockland of Standlinch, co. Wilts, as
major of Wilts co. militia, by Thomas, earl of Pembroke.

Dated 20 May, 1689. Ch. 32.

STUTESCOMBE (Manor). Memorandum from the court roll,
18 Sept., 28 Hen. VIII. Ch. 33.

SUTTON MANDEVILLE. Drogo Barentyne grants to sir Hugh
le Despencer his manor of Sutton Mandeville with the advowson of the
church. [With seal^ Ch. ^4.

TOTHAM (Great). John Swodman of Monk's Farleigh remits
and quit-claims to sir John de Lamar, chaplain of Assche, all his right,
&c. in land at Great Totham which was acquired of James Chapman
of Totham.

Dated at Monk's Farleigh, 12 March, 48 Ed. III. Ch. g.

WILTS. Letters patent of Queen Elizabeth, dated at Westminster,
20 Dec, 39 of her reign, appointing John Dauntesey, esq., sheriff of
the county of Wilts. [With seal.] Ch. i.



ALBOHNE. A particular of the manor of Alborne in the county
of Wilts, taken in 1683, Wiltshire Bolls, i.



WOKCESTERSHIRE.

ELMELEY. Bond to secure payment of £10, given by Robert
Acton of Elmeley, co. Worcester, to William Tomyns, clerk.

Dated 30 March, 30 Hen. VIII. Worcestershire Charters^ i.

EVESHAM (Abbey of). Agreement between the abbot and
convent of Evesham and the prior and convent of concern-
ing the common and pasture in the whole of the field of Baddely.
[Mutilated.] Ch. 2.

HAMPTON (Great). Letters patent of King Henry VIII, dated
at Westminster 21 July, 36 of his reign, being a licence to Richard

Andrewes of Hayles and John to alienate a messuage and

certain land in Great Hampton to Richard, John, and Thomas
Egewyn, alias Love, of Evesham. Ch. 3.

LITTLETON (North). Indenture made 29 September, 13
Elizabeth, being a lease from the dean and chapter of Christ Church,
Oxford, to William Spooner of North Litleton, co. Worcester, of
their tithe hay in North Litleton, for 56 years, at an annual rent
of IIS. Ch. 4.

PYRTON. John Lyttelton of Frankeley, co. Worcester, esq.,

quit-claims to Francis Folyat of Pyrton all right in lands &c. in
Pyrton, alias Pyriton.

Dated 30 July, 36 Hen. VIII. Ch. 5.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 589

WORCESTER.

WORCESTER. Certificate from Bernard Betuel attesting the
pilgrimage of sir William Martin, son of George Martin, of the county
of Worcester, throughout the Holy Land.

Dated at Jerusalem, 19 April, 1663. CTi. 6.

John Burton and others deliver to Roger Boctour (?), Nicholas
Snow, and John Kent, two tenements which formerly belonged to
Margaret, wife of Humphrey Stafford of Frome.

Dated on the feast of St. Michael, 13 Hen. VII. [Mutilated.']

Ch. 6*.

Letters patent of King Charles II, dated at Westminster, 6th
October, 35 of his reign, conferring the deanery of Worcester upon
George Hicks, S.T.P., vacant by the promotion of William Thomas
to the bishopric of St. David's. [With seal] Ch. 7*.

WYDENHAM. Sir Emeric Pauncefort, kt., son of Grymbald
Pauncefort, grants to Walter de la Mor of Cowarne a messuage, land,
and common of pasture in Wydenham.

Dated at Madresfeld on the vigil of Pentecost, 9 Ed. 11. Ch. 7.



CALDWELL (Manor), KIDDERMINSTER. The account of
John Adkyns, provost, from Mich., 37 Ed. Ill, to Mich., 38 Ed. III.

Worcestershire Rolls, i.

The account of Thomas Brom, provost, from Mich., 40 Ed. Ill, to
the vigil of St. Matthew, 41 Ed. III. Rolls, 2.

The account of Richard Horton, bailiff, from Mich., 5 Hen. VI, to
Mich., 6 Hen. VI, with a rent roll attached. Rolls, 3.

FLADBURY. The accounts of Roger, the provost, and Richard
de Deen, bailiff, for the manor of Fladbury, from the morrow of the
feast of St. Michael, the end of the loth year of Walter de Cantilupe,
bp. of Worcester, to the feast of St. Michael, nth [i. e. 1246-7].

Rolls, 4.

PIRTON FOLIOT. Court of Francis Foliot, held at Pyrton
Foliot the Friday next before the feast of SS. Philip and James,
28 Hen. VIII. Rolls, 5.

Court of Francis Folyat, esq., held 4 July, 36 Hen. VIII. Rolls, 6.

The court baron of Thomas Folyott, esq., held 12 Oct., 27 Elizabeth.

Rolls, 7.

Court of Thomas Foliot, esq., held 29 March, 34 Q. Elizabeth,
before Edmund Gurewell, gent., seneschal. Rolls, 8.

The rents of the manor of Pryrton FoUiott, from year to year.
[Temp. Charles II.] Rolls, 9.



590 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WORCESTER. "

HOSPITAL OF ST. WOLSTAN.

ALCRETON. Thomas de Wyttone, chaplain, son of William de
"Wyttone, grants to St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, two acres of land
in Alcretone.

AVitness. Laurence de "Wendleswiche, sheriff, (c. 1239-45.)

Ch. 12.

Henry Abecot of Alkerton grants to St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne,
a certain part of his land in the fields of Alkerton, viz. that which is
called ' Wyboldeshale,' for ever. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 14.

Henry Abecot of Alcreton grants to St. "Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne,
two ridges of land in Alcreton, and a plot of land in ' Scynardeshul,'
forever, (c. 1240-50.) Ch. i^.

William Galien, with the assent of Agnes his wife, grants to the
hospital of St. Wolstan all claim in the service and rent of Thomas
the chaplain of Witton for two acres of land in the village of Alcreton,
viz. 2d. per ann., also two other rents of id. and ^d. from a messuage
and land in Alcreton. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 2().

BATENHALE. William le Pover, lord of Batenhale, grants to
St. Wolstan's an annual rent, in frankalmoigne, also confirms for
himself and his heirs the donation of the lady Philippa de Ere-
chesleye (]).

Dated at Worcester the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Michael, 23 Ed. I. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 49.

BROMS GROVE. John de la Woningge of Bremesgrave, clerk,
grants to St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, the whole of a waste and

a ditch within and without a close at le Wil (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 42.

Judgment of J., prior of Lantony, and J., precentor of St. Peter's,
Gloucester, delegated by pope Gregory, determining the rights of the
Hospital of St. Wolstan and the church of Bremesgrave with respect
to the chapel of Ralph de Chadeleiwyz at Chadeleiwyz. [ With seal.]

Ch. 42*.

CHADDLESWICK. William le Norreis of Chadleswich grants
to St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, a tenement which Geoffrey Berde
held, and a ridge of land in Sidenhale towards Haliwell, and one
meadow called Hechelesmedwe, for ever. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 6.

Agnes le Norreis grants to St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, a certain
part of her land in the manor of Chadleswich, namely, that called
Stonidale, which lies between the land of her sister Christiana and the
land of Ysouda her other sister, together with other parcels of land,
forever, (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 7.

tandi of Chadleswich grants to St. Wolstan, in frankalmoigne,

a house with a court situated between his house on the upper part,
and the land which was William le Norreis' near the wood of Sud-
wode. (c. 1250.) Ch. 27.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 591

WORCESTER.
Fragment of a charter by which Walter de "Welecumbe grants to
St. Wolstan's part of his land in the manor of Chadleswich. (c. 1260.)

Ch. 30.

"Walter and William de Welecumbe of Chaddlewych grant to St.
Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, one plot of a field called ' Sichemedevve ' in
Chaddleswych. (c. 1260.) Ch. 35.

John, son of Roger Noppe of Chadleswych, remits and quit-claims
to St. Wolstan's all his right in three halfpence annual rent from the
tenements of John de Bokeden and Robert Gilbe. (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 37.

John, son of John de Witeforde, confirms to the hospital of St.
Wolstan the grant of Emma, his mother, of her dowry in Chadleswich.
(c. 1295.) Ch. 47.

Convention (indented) between the master of the hospital of St.
Wolstan and Emma, who was the wife of John de Witeforde, by which
the said Emma grants to the said hospital 6s. *jd. of annual rent,
which she had as dowry, in the village of Chadleswich, for a certain
term of years, commencing the feast of the Annunciation, 23 Ed. I.

Ch. 48.

CROWLE. Indenture dated on the feast of the Annunciation of
the Blessed Virgin . . Rich. II, by which the master and brethren of
the hospital demise to John Nycholes and Roger Hedun to farm, their
manor of Crowele with certain stock, &c. for . . . years.

[Mutilated.] Ch. 81.

Bond given by the master of St. Wolstan hospital to John Orre,
vicar of Crowie, in £40.

Dated in their chapter-house, 6 January, 3 Hen. IV. Ch. 90.

Thomas Alcoke, master of the hospital of St. Wolstan, and the
brethren of the same demise to farm to sir James Pratt, chaplain, and
vicar of Crule, their tithes of the rectory there while he shall continue
vicar, paying annually 46s. Sd.

Dated at Worcester, 31 August, 151 3. Ch. 107.

HADSOR. Avice de Mauns, lady of Haddesovre, for the health
of her soul, grants to the master and brethren of St. Wolstan one

by the hands of John, son of Alan, to hold to them in

frankalmoigne for ever. (c. 1220-30.) [Mutilated.] Ch. i.

HENDULPH. Geofi'rey de Abecot, lord of Ilindelupe, grants to
St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his land under ' Olde ' for
ever. (c. 1230-40) Ch. 9.

William le Braci, lord of Barmedone, quit- claims to the hospital of
St. Wolstan all his right to one culture lying under Oldebury in the
manor of Hindelep. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. i^.

Alexander, son and heir of sir Geoffrey D'Abicot of Hindelep, kt.,
quit-claims to St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, all his right in ... .



592 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WORCESTER.

in the manor of Hindelep called Bekleshill, Benhull, and Swyllecroft.
(c. 1240-50.) Ch. 18.

Geoffrey de Abicot, lord of Hyndelep, with the consent of Alexander
his son and heir, grants to the master and brethren of St. Wolstan's,
in frankalmoigne, all right in a piece of land which lies under Holde-
bury. (c. 1240-50.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 10.

NORTHWICK. Thomas, called Wale, of Whytinton, clerk,
grants to Walter May el, chaplain, and William de Petlyng, clerk,
all lands and tenements which he has at *le Oeure' in the manor
of North wick, near Worcester.

Dated at Worcester the Sunday next after the feast of the
Conversion of St. Paul, 6 Ed. III. Ch. 58.

John de Grafton, lord of Purie, for the health of his soul, gives
to Walter Mayel, chaplain, William de Petlyng, clerk, and Thomas,
vicar of Croule, (that they may be able to give and assign to
St. Wolstan) all lands, tenements, &c. which formerly belonged to
William del Houre, and which are now in the hands of the said Walter,
William, and Thomas, together with the third part of that plot of
land which formerly belonged to Henry de Brocton and Margaret his
wife, lying near the gTange of ' del Howre ' in the manor of Pyrie,
within the manor of North wick.

Dated at Worcester the Thursday on the feast of St. Hilary,
7 Ed. Ill Ch. 59.

Licence from King Edward III to the master and brethren of St.
Wolstan's, Worcester, to hold the half of the manor of Pirie and a
messuage in Worcester. [Mutilated.] Ch. 66.

Disabeth, relict of Henry de Westmoncote, remits and quit-claims
to William Carter of Worcester all right in the half of the manor of
Pyrie in the village of Northwyk.

Dated at Worcester the Friday after the feast of St. Gregory the
pope, 22 Ed. III. Ch. 67.

NEUNETON. Thomas, son of Simon Le Seynter of Worcester,
grants to St. Wolstan's 2s. of annual rent which his father gave him
from the tenement of Margaret de Bruer of Neuneton, they paying
annually to him and his heirs at Christmas one halfpenny, (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 38.

SAVERNSTAKE. Matilda, relict of Reginald .... grants to the
hospital of St. Wolstan, in frankalmoigne, the whole of that part of a
meadow in Northale in .... of Savernestok which she had of the
gift of the said Reginald. Ch. 5.

SIDENHALE. Thomas, son of Walter de Longeleye, grants to
the hospital of St. Wolstan, in frankalmoigne, 10 ridges of land lying
in Sidenhale, viz. those which John de Soucwode gave to him in
free marriage with Felicia his daughter, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 36.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 593

WORCESTER.

SUDBURY. Robert de Spechleia grants to the brethren of St.
Wolstan his windmill and .... of the same above the mountain of
Crestelhull without the gate of Suthebur', paying annually four
'cronnocos.' (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 2.

Richard Colys, citizen of Worcester, with the consent of Jugritha
his wife, grants to St. Wolstan's the whole of that curtilage, &c. without
the gate of Sudbury, (c. 1260-70.) [Mutilated.l^ Ch. 44.



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