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Sir Marmaduke Constable, kt, releases sir John de Euer, kt., and
Thomas Stormy of Dromundby from a bond upon a payment being
made of X40 at Westminster to the work of Queen Philippa.

Dated at York tlie Thursday next after the feast of St. Bar-
tholomew, 35 Ed. III. [With seal] Ch. 344,

Indenture witnessing that Robert de Eure grants to Isabella, who
was the wife of Thomas Sturmy of Dromonby, two parts of his dove-
cot of * Dromondby ' and the right of marriage of John son and heir
of the said Thomas Sturmy.

Dated at Ingleby the Thursday next before the feast of St.
Thomas, 1365. Ch. 167.

Robert de Kendale and John de Westwik, chaplains, grant to
William Dalton of Westawkeland, and John Blakwell, chaplain,
all lands and tenements which they had of the gift of William
Chaumberleyn, formerly of Stokeslay, in the village of Ingleby. in
Clyveland near Grenehowe.

Dated at Ingleby 20 Sept. 1426, 5 Hen. VI. [With seal]

Ch. 168.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 613

YORK.

JERUSALEM (Hospital of St. John of). William Painel

gi'ants to the hospital, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his lands and

tenements which Robert Dautry held of him in Cugric and elsewhere.

(c. 1180-90 ) ' Ch. 97.

Gilbert de Notton grants to the hospital one bovate of land of
the four bovates called Ravenesacre and two acres called Adbaldehage,
in the village of Notton. (c. 1170-80.) [With seal^ Ch. 98.

Alexander, son of William, grants to the hospital of St. John two
acres of land in the territory of Chivet. which William the son of
Ote his father gave them, in frankalmoigne. [Temp. Ric. I.] Ch. 99.

Gilbert de Chivet grants to the hospital of St. John, in frankalmoigne,
three acres of land in the fields of Chivet, and one toft in the same
village, &c. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 100.

Walter de Chyvet, son of Gilbert de Fechiston, for himself and
his heirs, is bound to the hospital at Newland, co. York, in 2>d. annual
rent, from land in Ghyvet, which Gilbert his father and Havisia his
sister confirmed to the said hospital, in frankalmoigne. (c. 1240-50.)

Ch. loi.

Walter, son of Gilbert de Chivet, confirms to the hospital of St.
John, in frankalmoigne, one toft with a croft in the village of Chivet,
and land in the territory of Chivet. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 102.

Richard de Rihil grants to the hospital, in frankalmoigne, a messuage
and land in the village of Crossland. (e. 1220-30.) Ch. 103.

Godita, formerly wife of Adam, son of Richer, grants to the hospital,
in frankalmoigne, two acres of land in the village of Latherton.

(c. 1240-50.) Ch. 104.

KELYNGTON. Alexander de Kelyngton, clerk, having been
unjustly instituted to the clmrch of Kelyngton, resigns the same to
the archbp. of York, and Robert de Meleburn his successor covenants
to grant to the said Alexander a portion of the tithes of Kelyngton
and Beghale until he is again presented.

Dated at Scroby, 6 Id. Dec. 1240. Ch. 169.

KILLINGBECK. John, Lord Darcy, gmnts to Robert Turner
of Colton a messuage lying in Killingbeyck.

Dated at Selby, the Thursday after the feast of St. Martin,
8 Hen. VI. Ch. 170.

KIRKEBY. John de Kyrkeby grants to Sir John de Eure, kt.,
his lord, all tenements which he has in the village of Kyrkeby in
Clyveland. (c. 1 290-1300.) Ch. 171.

John de Kirkeby, senior, confirms to John de Eure the homage
and all services of Adam de Couppeland, clerk, and his heirs of all
lands and tenements which the said Adam holds of him in the
village of Kirkeby.

Dated at Stokesley on the vigil of St. John the Baptist, 1302.
[Withseai:] Ch. 172.



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YORK.

John de Kyrkeby, senior, grants to John de Eure the homage
^nd service of his tenants of Kirkby, amongst whom are the prior
of Hexaldesham, the prioress of Basdale, and the abbot of Rieval.

Dated at Inggelby the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
John the Baptist, 1302. Ch. 173.

John de Eure grants and confirms to John de Kirkeby, senior,
all right in 3s. ii\d. annual rent from two bovates of land in
Kirkeby.

Dated at Inggelby the Wednesday next before the feast of St.
John Bapt., 1302. Ch. 174.

William de Thormotby, son and heir of Robert de Thormotby,
confirms to Margaret, daughter of John de Kyrkeby, one toft and^
croft in the village of Kyrkeby. Dated 1304. Ch. 175.

John de Kyrkeby remits and quit-claims to sir John de Eure
all right and claim in 35. ii\d. annual rents, which the said sir
John covenants to pay to him annually; also all right to a messuage
and a bovate of land, all in tlie village of Kirkeby.

Dated at Engleby near Grenehowe, the Sunday next before the
feast of St. Gregory, Pope, 1306. Ch. 176.

John de Kyrkeby, near Stokesley, grants to Margaret his daughter
a messuage with land in culture in the village of Kirkeby.

Dated of All Saints, 1308. Ch. 177.

William, son of Robert de Thormotby, remits and quit-claims to
sir John de Eure, all right which he has in a toft, croft, and bovate
of land in Kirkeby in Cliveland.

Dated at Kirkeby, 13 August, 7th Ed. II. Ch. 178.

Margaret, daughter of John de Kirkeby, remits and quit-claims
to sir John de Eure, her lord, all right in one toft and croft in the
village of Kirkeby. Dated at Ingilby, 31st May, 8 Ed. II. Ch. 179.

William Chambyrlayne of Stokyslay and Katherine his wife
grant to Robert Kendale and John Westewyke of Rypon, chaplains, .
and William Laue of the same, an annual rent of 33s. i^d. from the
village of Kirkeby in Clevelande.

Dated 13 August, 5 Hen V. [With seal^ Ch. 180.

KIRKESTALL (Abbey of). Confirmation of the rights and
privileges of the abbey of Kirkstall, by K. Hen. II.

Dated at Nottingham. [ With seal.'] Ch. i *.

Robert de Laci grants to the church of St. Mary of Kirkestall,
in frankalmoigne, a messuage in Pontefract to the south part of his
castle, (c. 1180-90.) [With seal.] Ch. 2,

Samson de Alretun, and William his son, and Ragenilda his wife
confirm to Alexander, the abbot, and the monks of Kirkstall, in
frankalmoigne, two carucates of land in West Alretun.

[AlexQTider, abbot II ^'j-iiS 2.] [With seal] Ch. ^.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 615

YORK.

Convention between the church of Kirkstall and the cliurch of
the Holy Trinity, York, by which the church of Kirkstall agrees
to pay annually 205. as compensation for tithes which they were
accustomed to have from the monks of Kirkstall for their holding
in the parish of Ledes, viz. 4 carucates of land in West Hadigleia
(Haddlesey), half in Est Hadigleia, 2 carucates in West Alretun, one
bovate in East Alretun, &c. (c. 1130-40.) Ch, 4.

Ralph, the abbot, and the convent of Kyrkestall confirm to Rayner
de Pontefract and his heirs their messuage in Pontefract which sir
Robt. de Laci gave them for an inn, paying annually one stone of
wax at the Assumption B. M. V. (c. 11 90-1 200.) Gh. 5.

Ralph, the abbot, and convent of Kirkstall grant to William,
son of Ernisius of Alreton, eleven and a half acres of land in West
Alreton, at an annual rent of y'ld. for all services ; also they grant
one other acre in West Alreton which Ernisius his father held of
tiiem. (c. 1 190-1200.) Ch. 6.

Adam, son of William, son of Samson de Alreton, grants to St.
Mary and the monks of Kirkstall, in frankalraoigne, 20s. of annual
rent from the village of Alreton. (c. 1200.) [With seal] Ch. 7.

Convention made between Maurice, the abbot, and convent of Kirk-
stall, of the one part, and Robert the son of Richard de Lofthusun
of the other, by which the said abbot and convent gi-ant to the said
Robert a'ijbovate of land in Lofthusun (Lofthous), to hold the same
from the feast^of St. Martin, 1235, for 8 years, at an annual payment
of 3s. 6d. " Ch. 8.

Adam, the abbot of Kirkstall, grants to his prior and convent of
Kirkstall los. Sd. of annual rents from the village of Rouduu.

(1249-59.) [With seal.] Ch. g.

Charter reciting the contention in the year of grace 1259, between
sir Hugh, the abbot, and the convent of Kyrkestall, of the one part,
and Robert the son of Richard le Blund' of Alreton of the other,
concerning the liberties, rights, and easements belonging to one bovate
of land in Alreton which the said Robert holds as successor of his
father and which are now granted to him by the said abbot and
convent.

Dated on the feast of SS. Simon and Jude, 44 Hen. III.
[With seal] Ch. 10.

Alexander de le Eschaleres and Alicia his wife grant to the monks
of Kirkstall an annual rent of 23s. 4d. which the monks were ac-
customed to pay to them for a meadow in the territory of Folifayt.
(c. 1230-40.) [With seals.] Ch. 11.

William, son of William de Alreton, remits and quit-claims to the
abbot and monks of Kirkstall all right in one bovate of land, one



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acre and one assart in Alreton, of tlie gift of Henry the chaplain of
Thornon. (0.1250-60.) [With seal] Ch. 12.

Robert de Bernes grants to the church and monks of Kirkstall,
in frankahnoigne, lod. of annual rent in the village of Calverlay, with
homages, reliefs, and other services, (c. 1270-80.) [With seal]

Ch. 13.

Margaret de Roudun grants to the monks of Kirkstall, in frank-
almoigne, one toft which she has in Roudon, together with an essart
called Le Stararode and Le Stampikel, and 2 acres and i perch which
lie near *Le Wellesie.' (c. 1230-40.) [With seal] Ch. 14.

Ralph, son of Geoffrey de Ardington, quit-claims to the monks of
Kirkstall all right in two bovates of land in the village of Ardington.
(c. 1240-50.) [With seal] Ch. 15.

Jordan de Storthys, son and heir of Suain de Leicester, grants to
the monks of St. Mary, Kirkstall, in frankalmoigne, the whole of his
lands in Neuhal and Belling.

Dated in the year of grace 1248. [With seal] Ch. 16.

Robert, son of William de Stapelton, confirms to William his brother,
for his homage and service, the whole of his land &c. which he has in
the village of Brameley of the gift of Emma his mother.

(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 17.

Richard, son of Robert of the cemetery of Allerton, grants to the
monks of Kirkstall the whole of his land in Colwaynrode, also he
quit-claims all his right in all lands, mills, woods, &c. of which the said
monks were seised in the year 1238, viz. in the territory of Allerton,
Hedingleid, and Osmundthorp. Ch. 18.

Maurice, the abbot, and the convent of St. Mary, Kirkstall, grant
to William, son of Henry Cythariste (the harper), the half of one
messuage and the half of one toft in the village of Calverley.

(c. 1220-30.) Ch. 19.

Margaret, formerly wife of William de Brerehaye, remits and quit-
claims to the monks of Kirkstall the tliird part of an annual rent
of Ss., which came to her by the name of dowry, (c. 1260-70.)

Ch. 20.

Adam Gamlon grants to the monks of Kirkstall the whole of his
land which he had at the head of the land of the said monks in
Pudekessai. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 21.

Walter, son of Adam Samson of Puddesay, confirms to the abbot of
Kirkstall with his body an annual rent of 2s. out of the village of
Puddesay from land of Richard de Puddesay, carpenter, (c. 1240-50.)

Ch. 22.

John, son of Thomas, son of Rayner de Pontefract, remits and quit-



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YORK,
claims to the abbot and convent of Kirkstall the whole of the
services and annual rents &c. which . . . hel de Braddeford and others
were accustomed to render in the village of Pontefract and Darington.
(c. 1270-80.) [With seal.] (7A. 23.

Convention, dated the Saturday next after the feast of St. Luke,
evang., 1287, between Hugh, the abbot, and convent of Kirkstall of
the one part, and sir Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln and constable
of Chester, of the other part, concerning lands in the counties of
Lancaster and York leased by the abbey to the earl for certain annual
rents. [With seal.] Ch, 24.

William, the abbot, and the convent of Kirkstall demise to farm to
William de Brerehagh 5 acres of land and a meadow in Arthington, for
20 years, at an annual rent of 2od. Dated 1334. Ch. 25.

John de Putee of Pontefract confirms to the convent of Kirkstall
that messuage in the village of Pontefract in the way called Valesay-
gate.

Dated at Pontefract the Tuesday next after the feast of St.
Barnabas, 1344. Ch. 26.

Nicholas Adamson of Yedon, chaplain, grants to the abbot and
convent of Kirkstall one messuage and thirty-seven acres of land and
meadow in t'udsay.

Dated at Pudsay, 16 Feb., 1398. [With seal.] Ch. 27.

Memorandum : —

Hilbert Lacy came in with William I, from whom proceeded Robert
Lacy, founder of the priory of Pontefract, from whom proceeded
Hilbert and Henry. Hilbert died s. p. and Henry founded Kirkstall
abbey, from which Henry proceeded Robert and Albreda. From
Albreda came John de Lacy, son of Richard, constable of Chester.
From John came Roger. From Roger, John 2nd. From John, Edmund.
From Edmund, Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, &c., ending with K.
Henry VL Ch. 28.

KNAPTON (West). Warine de Vescy, brother of Eustachius de
Vescy, grants to Gilbert de Aton and Marioia his wife (daughter of
the above Warine), one bovate of land in West Knapton.

(c. 1280-90.) [With seal] Ch. iSi,

KNARESBOROUGH (The House of the Holy Trinity at).

Indulgence granted to William Hepdenstall and Alice, by Robert,

minister of the house of St. Robert near Knaresburgh, of 80 days*

relaxation from penance, by virtue of a bull of pope Innocent YIII.

Dated 1491. Ch. 65.

Indulgence granted to ... . and Alice his wife by Robert, minister
of the house of St. Robert near Knaresburgh.

Dated 1503. [With seal.] Ch, 66.



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YORK.

KIHGHTS TEMPLARS. William Puter(]) of Heddigeley
grants to the Knights Templars, in frankalmoigne, his mill of
Heddigeley and a culture near the mill, together with suit due to
the mill from the men of the fee of Heddigeley and Burgeley.

(c. 1230-40.) (7A. 92.

Convention dated 1257, ^^ the feast of the Ascension of our Lord,
between Elizabeth, formerly wife of Jordan d'Lisle, and the master
and brethren of the Knights Templars in England, witnesseth that the
said Elizabeth quit-claims all her right to certain lands and tenements
in Colton. Ch. 93.

Jordan, son of Adam Freman of Colton, grants to the Knights
Templars all his right and claim in a certain wood called Coltundene,
and in a certain piece of meadow abutting on the said wood.

(c. 1260-70.) Ch. 94.

Haimeric de St. Maur, master of the Knights Templars of England,
with the counsel and assent of their chapter at Cowley, grants to
William, son of Nicholas, four bovates of land and three tofts in
Alreton. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 95.

Adam de Linchweyt grants to the Knights Templars, in frankal-
moigne, the whole of his herbage, with woods, &c., in the village of
North Crossland. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 96.

LEEDS. William Ledes, esq., and Joan his wife grant to Thomas
Symson of Ledes, draper, one burgage and half an acre of land lying
upon Burmantoftes.

Dated at Ledes, 14 July, 5 Hen. YI. [With seals.] Ch. 182.

John Vavasour and others grant to Peter Symson one burgage in
Ledes and half an acre of land lying upon Burmantoftes.

Dated 3 April, 15 Ed. IV. [With seals.] Ch. 183.

Memorandum, dated 26 April, . . Ed. VI, by which John Baynes
and Margaret his wife lease a cottage and garden to John AVylliamson
for a certain term of years. Ch. 184.

Memorandum extracted from the Manor Coui-t Roll of Leds, held
II May, 38 Hen. VIII, of the grant of a house to Elizabeth Boithe.

Ch. 184*.

Richard Newbye of Lamrigge, co. Westmoreland, in consideration
of a sum of £33 65. 8c?., grants to Robert Hoythe the whole of his-
close called Oxlose containing five acres lying in Little wodhowse near
Leeds. Dated 15 Dec, 14 Q. Elizabeth. Ch. 185.

An inquisition post mortem taken at York, indented, 1 2 June, 1 6
Charles I, before Thomas Hutton, esq., escheator of Abraham Smith,
lately of Leeds, co. York. Ch. 186.

An exemplification of a recovery inrolled 23 Charles I, between
Stephen Netherwood and Thomas Walker of the one part, and James
Netherwood and Nicholas Netherwood of the other, concerning five
messuages, 5 gardens, and one acre of land in Leeds.

Dated at Westminster, 3 May, 1649. ^'^- ^^^*'



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 619

YORK.

Marriage settlement by which Robert Clowdisley of Leeds, co. York,

in consideration of a marriage between his son Timothy and Mary

Negus of Higham Ferrers, grants a half burgage or tenement in Leeds.

Dated 25 May, 1652. Ch. 187.

Final concord, by which Thomas Howley and Margaret his wife
recognises that a messuage, two barns, a garden, an orchard, 8 acres of
land, and 11 acres of meadow, &c. belong to John Harrison, gent.,
and Thomas Wilcock. Dated 11 May, 11 James I. Ch. 188.

Indenture dated . . . January, 12 Charles I (reciting a previous
grant of the manor of Leeds, Yorkshire, from King James), witnessing
that Robert Townthwait of Leeds, clothier, in consideration of the
receipt of j£ii, sells and confirms to Philip Dil worth of the same place,
chapman, a parcel of land, with 2 tenements, in the west part of Leeds
bridge within the manor of Leeds, paying to the king the usual and
accustomed services. Ch. 188*.

LEEDS and GRETLAND. Fine dated at Westminster on the
morrow of the Purification of the B.V. M., 13 Cliarles II, between
John Houldsworth, gent., William Milner, gent., Edmund Hinde, John
Ellistones, and Jeremiah Elli stones, petitioners, and John Rolston and
Frances his wife, Grace Deane, widow, Robert Gamble, John Dransfield
and Jane his wife, defendants, concerning messuages, barns, and land
in Leeds and Gretland. Ch. 189.

LEPINGTON, &c. Fragment of the charter No. 189 6, York-
shire, q. V. Ch. 189 a.

Mutilated indenture, dated 5 July, 16 Hen. VIII, between sir
Robert Ughtred, kt., of the one part, and Symon Webb of London,
and William Challoner, of the other, witnesseth that the said sir Robert
has sold to the said Symon and William his manors of Lepington and
Barthorpe. [See also 189 a.] Ch. 189 &.

Bond given by sir Robert Ughtred, kt., to Simon Webbe of London
of £250. Dated 5 July, 16 Hen. VIII. Ch. 190.

Simon Webbe and William Chaloner grant to sir Henry Wyatt,

kt., John Zowche, and others the manors of Lepyngton and Barthorp.

Dated 20 July, i6 Hen. VIII. Ch. 191.

Thomas Wyott and others remit and quit-claim to Henry Wyott
and sir John Zouche, kt., all right in the manors of Lepyngton and
Barthorpe, and in lands &c. in Lepyngton, Barthorpe, and North
Dalton. Dated i July, 18 Hen. VIII. Ch. 192.

LOFTHOUS. Hervey, son of Hugh de Loftus, grants to Roger,
son of Roger de Loftus, for his homage and service, that messuage and
toft which Richard Carbonarius held, paying i6d. for all services,
(c. 1230-40.) CA. 193.

Robert, son of Jordan de Lofthus, grants to Hamo Dautrey [de Alta
Ripa] three acres and one rood and one toft of land in the territory of
Lofthus. (c. 1290.) Ch, 194.



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YORK.

Hamo de Dautry grants to William de Hameletone, dean of York,
his capital messuage and land in Lofthus near Harewode.

(c. 1 290-1 300.) Ch. 195.

Symon Chaiimberlayn of Pontefract grants to John, son of Thomas de
Lofthous, ^11 kind of right, services, rents, customs, &c. which he had
or was accustomed to take from lands and tenements in the village
of Lofthous.

Dated at Lofthous the Saturday next after the feast of St. Peter
ad vine., 1341. [ITi^^ seali\ Ch. 196.

MALT ON (New). Hugh de Wellom grants to Adam atte Cros
of Neuton, near Wintringham, a messuage in the village of Malton.
Dated at Malton the Monday next after the feast of the Epiphany,
35 Ed. in. Ch. 197.

Sir William de Aton, kt., son and heir of sir Gilbert de Aton, kt.,
assigns Thomas de Swynton and William de Chamber to be his
attorneys to deliver full seisin to sir Thomas de Graffton and sir John
de Yedingham, chaplains, of all his lands and tenements in How, and
Wytom near Malton, as well as in the langebrotes of Malton.

Dated at Aton iu Pykerynglyth on the morrow of St. Bartholomew,
1384. \With seal^ Ch. igg.

Sir William de Aton, kt., son and heir of sir Gilbert de Aton, kt.,
grants to Thomas de Graifton and John de Yedingham, chaplains, all
his lands and tenements within the villages of How and Wytom, near
Malton.

Dated at Malton on the feast of St. Bartholomew, 1384.

[With seal.] Ch. 200.

Indenture made . . April, 25th year of . . . . , by which the right
honble. Raffe, lord Eure, demises to Richard Medd and Cristobell ....
two closes and a cottage within the lordship of Old Malton, for 2 1
years, at an annual rent of £30. Ch. 200*.

MALTON (Old), WICKHAM, YEASTROP, STOKESLEY,
STOKESLEY MOORE, BAYSDAILE, WELHAM, and SUT-
TON. Grant of free warren by K. James I to Ralph Eure of New
Malton, esq., for the above lands and manors.

Dated 11 July, 17 James I. Ch. 201.

MALTON Priory. William, son of William de Redburn, confirms
to the convent of St. Mary of Malton, in frankalmoigne, six bovates of
land in Little Edeston, with tofts and crofts, &c. pertaining to the
same. (c. 1240-50.) Ch. 67.

A confirmation and grant of a licence of mortmain to the prior and
convent of Malton by Rich. II.

Dated at Westminster, 28 January, 10 Rich. II. Ch, 68.

M ARYKE Nunnery, ' The forme of takyng the fownder.'

[Terrip. Hen. VIL] Ch, 26*.



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YORK.
MENSYNGTON. Robert, son of Robert de Burnehaye, grants
to Juliana his sister, for her homage and service, half a croft and
lynebutdale which lies near Kersyde in Mensyngton. (c. 1230-40.)

Ch. 202.

Thomas de Tordewrd quit-claims to Henry, son of Mathew de
Mensyngton, all right in 4 acres of land and meadow in the field
of Mensyngton. (c. 1280.) Ch. 20^.

Henry, son of Mathew de Mensyngton, grants to Robert de Sutton one
rood of meadow lying in the field of Mensyngton. (c. 1280.) Ch. 204.

Alice, relict of Mathew de Mensington, remits and quit-claims to
Henry her son all right in the land formerly her husband's in
Mensyngton. (c. 1280.) Ch. 205.

Henry, son of Mathew de Mensyngton, grants to Robert de Sutton
the whole of his arable land with a field adjacent in the field of
Mensyngton. (c. 1280.) Ch. 206.

Henry, son of Mathew de Mensyngton, grants to Robert de Sutton
8d. of annual rents iu the village of Mensyngton. (c. 1280.) Ch. 207.

Gilbert, son of Hugh de Mensyngton, and Juliana his wife grant

to Robert de Sutton one toft with a croft in the village of Mensyngton.

Dated the Monday next after the feast of the apostles SS. Philip

and James, 23 Ed. I. Ch. 208.

Walter de Middelton of Burley grants to Richard, son of William
^cum Cartis' of Mensyngton, 6d. of annual rent in the village of
Mensyngton.

Dated at Otteley the day of the translation of St. Thomas, archbp.,
22 Ed. I. Ch. 209.

Richard ' cum Cartis ' of Mensyngton grants to Robert de Sutton
two ridges of land in the field of Mensyngton.

Dated the Monday next after the feast of the apostles SS. Philip
and James, 23 Ed. I. Ch. 210.

Richard, son of Richard le Vykerman of Weston, grants to Martin,
son of Henry de Kelbrock, two acres of land and a meadow in the field
of Mensyngton. (c. 1290.) Ch. 211.

Robert, son of William de Brerehaye, and Agnes his wife grant to
William, son of Michael 'ad ductum' of Mensyngton, one toft and
croft in the village of Mensyngton. (c. 1280.) Ch. 212.

Mathew de Mensyngton and Joan his wife grant to William, son
of John, son of Thomas de Weston, the whole of his land in the
field of Mensyngton which Joan his wife, mother of the said William,
had by gift of Matilda, daughter of Gilbert son of Michael.

Dated at Mensyngton the Tuesday next before the Ascension,
II Ed. II — 131 7. Ch. 213.

Alexander de Mensington gi-ants to Richard, son of William de



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Haukesworth, the ward and marriage of John, son and heir of Mathew,
son and heir of Gilbert de Mensington, and his land which he holds
of the said Alexander in Mensington.

Dated at Mensington the Monday next before the feast of the
Purification of the Virgin, 1320. Ch. 214.

Matilda, daughter of Philip, son of Thomas de Weston, quit-claims
to Martin, son of Henry de Kelbrock, all right in two acres of land
in Mensyngton.

Dated at Mensyngton the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Barnabas, 1334. Ch. 215.

Henry, son of Mathew de Mensington, grants to William de
Brerehaye a certain plot of land in the field of Mensyngton.

(c. 1 290-1 300.) [With seal^ Ch. 216.

Sibil, relict of John de Mensyngton of Ottelay, remits and quit-
claims to Martin, son of Henry de Kellebrok, all right in one toft and
8 acres of land in Mensyngton.

Dated at Ottelay the Tuesday on the feast of St. Nicholas, bp.,



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