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Philippa, lady of ... . grants to St. Wolstan's, in frank almoigne, all
right and claim in a certain mill without the gate of Sudbury.

Dated at Worcester the Monday after the feast of St. Dionisius,
i3Ed. I(?). Ch. 46.

William More, alias Dylewe, the master, and brethren of St. Wolstan's

grant to Robert the parchment-maker and Joan his wife, a tenement

without the gate of Sudbury, with the garden annexed, for 60 years.

Dated at Worcester the Saturday on the feast of St. Peter ad vine,

. . . Hen. lY. Ch. 84.

Indenture made on the feast of St. Margaret the virgin, 33 Hen. VI,
by which the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Wolstan grant
to William .... and Joan his wife a tenement and field in Sudbury,
in which they dwell, for their lives. Ch. 103.

William Var . . clerk, master, and the brethren of St. Wolstan's
demise to William Wyxted Walker a cottage with a small garden
without Sudbury gate, also a great garden lately in the tenure of
Thomas Pachet, for 14 years, at an annual rent of 6s. 8<^.

Dated i August, 9 Ed. IV. Ch. 105.

THORNDON. Adam le Butiller grants to the hospital of St.
Wolstan one load of corn annually at Thorndon, at the feast of All
Saints, (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 3.

WICHAM. Walter, son of Richard Steyn of Wycham, quit-claims
to Walter, the master, and hospital of St. Wolstan all right to i6d.
annual rent. For this quit-claim the said master and brethren gave
the said Walter 7 s.

Dated at Worcester the Sunday before the feast of St. Michael,
19 Ed. L Ch. 45.

WITINTON. William Amely of Wytinton quit-claims all right
which he took in free marriage with Agnes his wife to Nicholas his
son by the same Agnes, the whole meadow of Stanrie in Wytinton.
(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 18*.

Nicholas, son of William Ameli of Witinton, grants to Sampson the

er, of Worcester, the whole of the field of Stanrie, in the village of

Witinton, at an annual rent of 2d. (c. 1230-40.) C'X. 19.

Fragment of a charter by which Sampson the dyer, citizen of

Worcester, grants to Master Walter in the village of

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594 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WORCESTER.

Wytinton, viz. that which he bought of Nicholas, son of Ameli

(c. 1240-50.) Ch. 28.

WORCESTER. Robert Batayle, citizen of Worcester, grants to
Robert, the porter pf the bishop, a certain messuage which he took in
fee of Margaret Hardred, situated in Bridewritte street, Worcester,
paying to him and his heirs annually ^d. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 4.

Richard de Aclege grants to the hospital of St. "Wolstan, Worcester,
an annual rent of 28. (c. 1230-40.) Oh. 4*.

Walter de Wredens, master, and the brethren of the hospital of
St. Wolstan grant to Robert Alewy one salt-pan, which Peter Grove
formerly held of ... . (c. 1260-70.) Ch, 8.

Greoffrey Abicot, lord of Hendelep, grants to St. Wolstan's 9c?. of
annual rent which he was accustomed to receive in the town of
Worcester, in the way called Brideport, from a tenement of the said
master and brethren by the hands of Hugh Longchamp, for ever,
(c. 1230-40.) Ch. II.

Richard le Seinter, citizen of Worcester, son and heir of Henry le
Seynter, remits and quit-claims to St. Wolstan's all right in 2^. of
annual rent from a certain house which was Agnes le Meylour^s, in the
city of Worcester in the way of Sodebury, also another 2s. annual rent
from a house which was Margaret de Bruera's of Newyntone without
Sodebury gate. For this gift the master and brethren gave to the
said Richard 16s. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 16.

Agnes, formerly the wife of Osbert Baldrich of Worcester, grants to
St. Wolstan's one penny of annual rent which was accustomed to be paid
her from land in the suburb of Worcester. For this grant the said
hospital gave her in hand 3s. 6d. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 17.

Nicholas Alleheyl of Worcester, chaplain, grants to the hospital of
St. Wolstan his tenement which he bought of Thomas de Lychesfeld,
citizen of Worcester, in Grlover's street, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 20,

Alice, formerly the wife of Hugh Linchamp of Poywyks, remits and
quit-claims to St. Wolstan's all her right in a certain annual rent of
i^d. from a tenement in Worcester, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 21.

Matilda le Kembestere of Worcester remits and quit-claims, in
frankalmoigne, to St. Wolstan's all her right in a certain tenement in
Glover's street, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 22.

Thomas de Lychesfelde, citizen of Worcester, with the consent of
Alice his wife, grants to Nicholas Alleheyl, chaplain, the whole of that
tenement in Glover's street, Worcester, paying annually for all services
M. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 23.

Charter by which Agnes, widow, grants to Walter her son a messuage
in Worcester, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 24.

John Grene, glover, of Worcester, grants to William le Noreys
a tenement in Glover's street for ever, paying to the hospital of St.
Wolstan annually 4s. 6c?. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 25.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRAEY. 595

WORCESTER.

Walter de Moveyrun grants to John de Hales .... part of his

land in H . . . tsemor, paying annually for the same 5s. ^d. in silver.

(c. 1250-60.) Ch. 26.

William Cook, citizen of Worcester, and Juliana his wife grant to
St.Wolstan's 8d. of annual rent which the said hospital was accustomed
to pay them. Dated 1261, the first day of March. Ch. 13.

John Hoho, citizen of Worcester, remits and quit-claims to St.
Wolstan's hospital all right and claim in a messuage in Glover's street
which he had of the gift of Adam de Kembesteresone. (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 33-

John le Seynturer, citizen of Worcester, remits and quit-claims to
the master and brethren of St.Wolstan's all his right in a certain
tenement which Nicholas de Egge surrendered to him for the term of
the life of the said Nicholas, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 34.

William Cook, citizen of Worcester, and Juliana, daughter of ... .
his wife, remit and quit-claim to St. Wolstan's all their right in a certain
parcel of land without the gate of ... . receiving annually from the
hospital 8d. for all services, (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 39.

Agnes, relict of Richard Steyn of Wychio, remits and quit-claims to
St.Wolstan's all her right in a messuage in the suburb of Worcester,
(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 40.

William Halyday of Worcester remits and quit-claims to St.
Wolstan's all his right in a tenement in the street called Brutteport in
Worcester, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 41.

John de . . . . grants to St. Wolstan's, in frankalmoigne, a certain
annual rent ..... [^Mutilated.^ Ch. 43.

Philip le Espicer grants to Christiana, daughter of William atten
Apelton, the whole of a tenement in Worcester for ever. For this
donation the said Christiana gave him 1005. sterling.

Dated at Worcester the Wednesday next after the feast of the
apostles SS. Peter and Paul, 3 Ed. II. Ch. 50.

Geoffrey, citizen of Worcester, and Edith .... grant to Richard
Coliz, citizen of Worcester, and Jugritha his wife a curtilage in
Worcester.

Dated at Worcester the Thursday in Easter Week

[Mutilated.] Ch. 51.

Agnes, daughter and heir of Robert le Hopere, brother and heir of
William, son and heir of ... . Hopere, citizen of Worcester, quit-
claims to John of All Saints, barber and citizen of Worcester, all her
right in land near the chapel of the Holy Trinity.

Dated on the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, 8 Ed. II.

Ch. 52.

Henry, son of Henry Bereham, grants to Roger de Barden and
Isabella his wife a tenement and lands ....

Dated the Sunday after the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra,

Ed. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 53.

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596 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WORCESTER.

Nicholas le Taillour, citizen of Worcester, and Cecilia, relict of
Walter Gros, his wife, grant to Agnes de Staneweye a tenement in the
city of Worcester. Ten marks of silver paid for the same.

Dated at Worcester the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
Dunstan, archbp., 12 Ed. IL Ch. 54.

Richard de la Misericorde and Lucy his wife grant to Thomas le
Orbatour and Sarah his wife the whole of a tenement in Worcester.

Dated at ... . the Saturday on the vigil Ed. II.

Ch. 55.

An acquittance given by William Coke to the master and brethren
of St. Wolstan's, Worcester, for the payment of ... . marks for a
certain messuage.

Ed. II. [Mutilated:] Ch. 56.

William de Ombresleye of Worcester grants to William Carter four
acres of land in divers parcels in ... . near Worcester. [Fragment.]

Ch. 57.

Letter of John, bishop of Worcester, dated 12 Kl. August, 1332.
[Illegible.] Ch. 57*.

Agnes, daughter of William de la Grene of Bromleye, remits and

quit-claims to William le Carter, citizen of AVorcester, all her right in

certain arable land behind the close of the friars minor of Worcester.

Dated at Worcester the Tuesday on the feast of St. Bartholomew,

7 Ed. III. Ch. 60.

John of All Saints, barber and citizen of Worcester, grants to
William de Swanebourne and Margaret, daughter of the said John, in
free marriage, and to their heirs, a messuage in Worcester in the parish
of St. Nicholas.

Dated at Worcester the Thursday on the feast of St. Wolstan the
confessor, 8 Ed. III. Ch. 61.

Stephen de Morton staying at ... . remits and quit-claims to
William, called ' Le Carter,' of Worcester, all demands he may have
against him.

Dated at Bromley Abbots the Thursday before the feast of St
Michael, 8 Ed. III. Ch. 62.

Walter Mayel appoints John de Hornygwold of Worcester his
attorney to give seisin to William le Carter of Worcester of a tenement
formerly Roger de Staneweye's, near the gate of the priory of
Worcester.

Dated at Worcester the Friday next after the feast of St. Giles,
abbot, 8 Ed. III. Ch. 63.

John Lovy, citizen of Worcester, remits and quit-claims to sir
William Loebury, clerk, and Peter de Groete all right in a tenement,
in the High Street, Worcester, also all right of action, demand, &c.
against the said William and others.

Dated at Worcester, 26 December, 9 Ed. III. Ch. 64.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 597

WORCESTER.
The will of Nicholas Coutre, made the Tuesday on the vigil of the
Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin, 134 . . Ch. 65.

The will of Alice de la Wode, dated Easter Day, 1349. Ch. 68.

Elena atte "Wod grants and confirms to John de . . . . lowe a
tenement in Worcester.

Dated at Worcester on St. James' Day, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 69.

William Rotolft, son and heir of William Rotolft, citizen of Wor-
cester, remits and quit-claims to Thomas Carter all his claim in a plot
of land in Syelderestret in Worcester.

Dated at Worcester the Monday next after the feast of St. John
ante port. Lat., 41 Ed. III. Ch. 70.

Agnes, daughter of William de la Grene, grants to William le
Carter, citizen of Worcester, all her right in a field and an acre of land
called '■ la Sperte.'

Dated Ed. III. [Fragment^ Ch. 71.

Laurence Foyer of Schryvenham, master of .the hospital of St.
Wolstan, and the brethren of the same, grant one chaplain of their
brethren to celebrate divine offices each day in the hospital church for
the souls of Thomas Carter, late citizen of Worcester, John and Aline
his father and mother, and Henry and William, brothers of the said
Thomas.

Dated in their hospital the Monday next after the feast of St.
Michael, 1369. Ch. 72.

Fragment of a charter, dated 23 Ed. Ill, of an agreement between
the hospital of St. Wolstan and William Gray. Ch. 73.

Charter by which .... and Alice his wife, relict of Thomas Roitehale,

citizen of Worcester, remit and quit-claim to John de Loddelouwe,

shoemaker, of Worcester, all their right which they had as dowry or

otherwise in a tenement which was the aforesaid Thomas' in AYorcester.

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

and Jude, 43 Ed. III. Ch. 74.

Charter (indented) by which the master and brethren of St.
Wolstan's hospital grant to Richard Bruggman and Alice his wife
certain lands in Clyfton for a term of 50 years, they paying annually
to the said master and brethren 25.

Dated in their chapter-house on the feast of SS. ' Peter and Paul,
9 Rich. II. [^Mutilated^ Ch. 75.

Charter (indented) by which William Dylew, master, and the
brethren of the hospital of St. Wolstan demise to John Gybbe of
Chaddelwich and Agnes his wife one ridge, a croft and eight ridges of
land in the field called *le Wetheye,' for 60 years, at annual rents of
lod. and 2 id.

Dated at Worcester, 14 November, 10 Rich. II. Ch. 76.

John Chadesley and Isabella his wife grant to John Putte, hosyer,
the whole of a tenement in Worcester.

Dated at Worcester the Friday in the three weeks 13

Rich. 11. Ch. 77.



698 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WORCESTER.

"William Dylow, master, and the brethren of St. Wolstan's, for a
certain sum of money in hand paid for the use of their church, grant

to Thomas meat, drink, and a new chamber during his life.

Dated in their chapter-house on the vigil of All Saints, 19 Rich. II.

Ch. 78.

The master and brethren of the hospital of St. Wolstan demise to
William Cheylemerch of Worcester, a shop with a solar in the High
Street, Worcester, for 20 years.

Dated in their chapter-house on the feast of the Annunciation of
the Blessed Yirgin, 19 Rich. II. Gh, 79.

William More, master of the preceptory of St. "Wolstan, grants to

Richard Russel and Margaret his wife, for their lives, food and a house.

Dated the Monday next after the feast of All Saints, 20 Rich. II.

[With seal] Ch. 79*.

Charter (indented) by which William More, master, and the brethren
of St. Wolstan's grant to Henry de Chaun .... a corrody.

Dated in their chapter-house the Monday after the feast of St.
Michael, 21 Rich. II. [Fragment^ Ch. 80.

William More, master, and the brethren of the hospital of St.
Wolstan grant to William Taylor and Letitia his wife a chamber in
their hospital for their lives.

Dated in their chapter- house the Saturday .... 22 Rich. II.

Ch. 82.

William More, alias Dylewe, master, and the hospital of St.
Wolstan grant to Nicholas Bayly of Bytterley and Sibil his wife, for
a certain sum of money in hand paid, a corrody for the term of their
lives.

Dated in their chapter-house the Wednesday on the feast of St.
Wolstan, 2 Hen. IV. Ch. 83.

William More, alias Dylewe, master, and the brethren of St.
Wolstan's grant to Randal Hyde and Sibil his wife, for the term of
their lives, a corrody.

Dated in their chapter-house the Saturday next before the feast
of All Saints, 2 Hen. IV. Ch. 85.

The master and brethren of St. Wolstan grant to William Braye,
clerk, rector of .... a tenement with a garden annexed ....

Dated at Worcester on the feast of St. Matthew, apostle, . . .
Henry IV. [AfragTnent] Ch. 86.

William More, alias Dylewe, master of the hospital of St. Wolstan,
Worcester, and the brethren of the same grant to William Braye,
clerk, rector of the church of St. Clement, "Worcester, their tenement
without Sudbyregate, with the garden annexed ; also an annual rent of
I OS. going out of their meadow in Duydeley, for his life, at a yearly
service of one red rose at the feast of St. John the Bapt.

Dated at Worcester on the feast of St. Matthew the apostle,
6 Henry IV. [With seal.] Ch. 86*.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBEARY. 599

WORCESTER.

The master and brethren of St. Wolstan grant to Simon .... a
corrody.

Dated the Monday next after the feast of the purification of
B. V. M., 2 (?) Hen. IV. [Nearly obliterated.] Ch. 87.

The master and brethren of St. "Wolstan grant to William Breyhaija,
chaplain, a tenement near the gate of the hospital for the term of his
life.

Dated in the chapter-house the Monday on the morrow of St.
Thomas, . . . Hen. IV. Ch. 88.

The master and brethren of the hospital of St. Wolstan ....
Dated at Worcester, 2 [Illegible.] Ch. 89,

Fragment of a charter. Dated 3 Hen. IV. Ch. 9 1 .

William More, alias Dylewe, the master, and the hospital of St.
Wolstan grant to Nicholas Bailly and Sibil his wife a corrody.

Dated in their chapter-house .... 4 Hen. IV. Ch. 92.

William More, alias Dylewe, the master, and the hospital of St.
Wolstan grant to Eobert .... and Margaret his wife a corrody.

Dated at St. Wolstan's .... 4 Hen. IV. Ch. 93.

William More, alias Dylewe, the master, and the brethren of St.
Wolstan's grant to Ralph Symonds and Alice his wife a messuage and
275. 4c?. annual rent for the term of their lives, by the name of a
corrody.

Dated at Worcester, 3 November, 5 Hen. IV. Ch. 94.

Duplicate charter, [See No. 94.] Ch. 95.

William More, alias Dylewe, master, and the hospital of St. Wolstan
grant to Walter Haleway, tyler and citizen of Worcester, and Joan his
wife, one parcel of land in Worcester for 60 years, at an annual
rent of 135. ^d.

Dated in their chapter-house the Saturday after the feast of All
Saints, 5 Hen. IV. Ch. 96.

Fragment of a charter, dated at Worcester, 7 Hen. IV. Ch. 97.

The master and brethren of St. Wolstan's grant to Thomas Dylewe
a field called ' FalklyfFeld ' and a parcel of meadow for 30 years, at an
annual rent of 13s. ^d.

Dated at Worcester the Monday before the feast of St. Michael,
12 Hen. IV. Ch. 98.

Richard Oseney of Worcester grants to Master Walter London, the
master, and the hospital of St. Wolstan, for ever, all his right in six
cottages and gardens in Worcester.

Dated at Worcester on the feast of St. Michael, 1 2 Hen. VI.

Ch. 99.

Walter London, the master, and the brethren of the hospital of St.
Wolstan covenant with Richard Oseney of Worcester, for them and



600 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

WORCESTER,
their successors, that durins; the life of the said Richard their chaplains
shall celebrate for his good estate, &c., and that after his death, viz.
upon the anniversary of Thomas Carter, the chaplains shall celebrate
an annual mass for the said Richard.

Dated in the hospital on St. Michael's day, 12 Hen. VI. Ch. 100.

John Garner, rector of Rothanipton, co. Gloucester, grants to

master Henry and Margaret his wife of Worcester, a tenement

in Worcester for 54 years, at an annual rent of 6s.

Dated at Worcester on St. Michael's day, 25 Hen. VI. Ch. loi.

John Stokes, the master, and the brethren of the hospital of St.
Wolstan demise to William Vytter and Rose his wife their newly-
built tenement in the suburbs of Worcester for 30 years.

Dated 4 Ed. IV. [Defaced:] Ch. 102.

The master and brethren of the hospital of St. Wolstan grant to
John .... of Worcester three small cottages for a term of 20 years,
at a rent of 12s. annually.

Dated at Worcester on the feast of the Nativity of St. John the
Baptist, 4 Ed. IV. Ch. 104.

Commission from Silvester, bp. of Worcester, to Thomas Alcoke,
master of the hospital of St. Wolstan, appointing him commissary for
the diocese of Worcester.

Dated at London, 6 November, 1501. Ch. 106.

Decree of John Alcoke concerning a dispute between Hugh Morice,
alias Vaughan, rector of the parish church of St. Martin, Worcester,
and John Burton, master of the hospital of St. Wolstan, attested by
James Botiller, clerk of Dublin diocese, notary.

Dated 20 January, 1501. Ch. 108.



WORCESTER (Preceptory of St. Wolstan). The account of
Robert Style from Michaelmas, 2 2 Ed. IV, to the same feast, 2 3 Ed. IV.

Worcestershire Rolls ^ i.

The account of Robert Style from Michaelmas, 2 Hen. VII, to 3
Hen. VIL Rolls, 2.



YOEKSHIEE.

ABERFORI). Elesya de Lascy confirms the grant which Andrew
le Trameyre made to John Sampson of York of the mill of Aberford.
Dated at Bowelle on the octave of the Epiphany, 1274.

Yorkshire Cliarters, 109.

ALBERSTON. Sir Ed. Hastings, kt., lord de Hastings, (after re-
citing the grant of William, lord Hastings, his father, for the foundation
of a chantry within St. George's, Windsor, of an annual rent charge of
£20, which is only valued at £18 ^s.\ grants to Geoffrey Symeon,



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 601

YORK,
the dean, and the canons of St. George's, Windsor, a rent-charge of
35s. on his manor of Alberston, Yorkshire, to complete the said sum
of £20 granted by his father.

Dated 15 December, 20 Hen. YII. [AS'ea?.] Ch. 331.

ALDEBURGH, BEFFORTH, &c. William de Dryffeld, draper,
of Beverlac', and Alice his wife grant to John Driffeld, their son and
heir, all the lands and tenements, rents, &c. which they have in villages
and territory of Aldeburgh, Befforth, Asnall, Gemlyng, Ulrom, Emeslay,
Foston, and elsewhere.

Dated 25 Sept. 14 13, and 13 Henry IV. [With seals^

Ch. 338.

ALLERTON. Thomas le Chamberlain of Potterneuton grants to
William, son of Thomas of Kylingbek and Dionisia his wife, one toft
and one acre of land in AUerton.

Dated at Potterneuton the Monday next before the Annunciation
of the Virgin, 16 Ed. IL Ch. no.

William, son of Nicholas de Alretun, grants to John, son of Adam
of Cukeric, and his heirs, one bovate of land in Alretun in free
marriage with Silke his daughter, (c. 1230-40.) [With seali]

Ch. III.

Letia, formerly wife of Alan servant of Neuton, grants and quit-
claims to Richard, son of Elye, at the wood of Alverton, all right and
claim which she has in land and a tenement which Alan her husband
sold to Richard the Forester del Runhay. (c. 1270-80.)

[With seat] Ch. 198.

ALLERTON (Hospital of St. James at). Philip, bp. of Durham,
grants to the hospital of St. James, near Alverton, in frankalmoigne,
the whole of the half of his mills of Houhton, Reningt and Kolleforde,
&c. [1195-1208.] CA. 86.

Philip de CoUevill grants to the hospital of St. James, near Alverton,
two acres of land in Dritdale. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 87.

Robert, son of Adam de Alverton, grants to the hospital of St. James
of Alverton, in frankalmoigne, two parts of a toft. (c. 1250-60.)

Ch. 88.

Nicholas de la Lounde remits and quit-claims to the hospital of
Alverton all right in a common of fishpond near Thorneton. (c. 1 300.)

Ch. 89.

Nicholas de Lound of . utton in the Bems .... grants to ... .
Brumpton, master of the hospital of Alverton, and the brethren there,

all his claim and right for actions, &c

Dated 13 ... . [Mutilated^ Ch. 90.

Sir John Everyngham, kt., and Katherine his wife and others grant
to Robert Symson, master of the hospital of St. James, near Alverton,
Yorkshire, a certain annual rent of .£3 from the lordship of Thornton.
Dated lo October, 8 Hen. VII. Ch.^i.



602 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

YORK.

ALLERTON (North). Grant from James, the prior of the Car-
melite friers, to Thomas Gayneiig and Agnes his wife, of participation
in the spiritual benefits of the convent.

Dated at North Alverton, 1487. Ch. 91*.



APPLEBY. Receipt given by Thomas Wattson to Mr. Wm. Trigge

for the purchase of a messuage in Eppleby, alias Appleby, viz.

£18 13s. 4c?. due to the contractors for impropriations and chauntries.

Dated 25 November, 1613. Ch. 112.

ARDISLAWE (West). Indenture made 25 March, 12 Charles I,
by which Robert Greenwood, in consideration of a sum of £10 in
hand paid, bargains and sells to Robert Casson the remainder of a lease
granted by John, lord Savile, of certain lands called Mooredoles in
West Ardislawe, CO. York. (7A. 113.

ATON. William Albus, son of Richard de Aton, grants to John,
son of William of Aton, two bovates of land in the territory of Aton.
(c. 1200-10.) Ch. 114.

William de Adthwic, son of Sibline, grants to sir Gilbert de Atun
the whole of his land in Atun. (c. 1200-10.) Ch. 115.

Gilbert de Atun grants to Robert, son of Robert, son of Ckar, one
bovate of land in the territory of Atun, with a toft and croft which
John the shepherd held of William his father, (c. 1210-20.)

Ch. 116.

William, son of Robert de Atun, grants to Gilbei-t de Atun and to
his heirs, one bovate of land in the territory of Atun. (c. 1210-20.)

CA. 117.

Convention between sir John, brother of sir Gilbert de Aton, and
William Albus, that the said William demises to the said John
one bovate of land in the territory of Aton.

Dated Easter, 1223. [ With seal^ Ch. 11^.

Robert de Gousel grants to Martin, son of Ralph the deacon, of
Aton, and his heirs, a certain part of his toft in Aton.

Dated April 9th, 1259. [With seal^ Ch. iig.

Robert, son of Hervey de Aton, grants to Thomas, son of William
Daudry of Aton, for a certain sum of money in hand paid, because of
his urgent necessity, the breadth of one rood of meadow in the meadow
of Aton. (c. I2IO-20.) Ch. 120.

Robert, son of Hervey de Aton, grants to Thomas Daudry of Aton
a certain ridge of land in the territory of Aton.

Dated Pentecost, 1260. Ch. 121.

William, son of Gilbert de Aton, grants to Adam, son of William le
Beaugraunt, one toft with buildings, 3 acres and one rood of arable
land, and one rood of meadow in the village of Aton. (c. 1230-40.)

Ch. 122.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 603

YORK.

Roger, the clerk of Aton, grants to Alice his daughter and her



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