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8Ed. ni a. 217.

William de Merbeck grants to Walter, son of Henry de Baildon
de Ottelay, one toft with a croft in the village of Mensyngton, also
all that land and meadow which he had by the gift of Alice, daughter
of Gilbert and of William Hebbe.

Dated at Mensyngton the Thursday next before the feast of
St. Hilary, 1341. Ch. 218.

Richard, son of Paul Rudde of Ottelay, grants to Walter, son of
Henry de Baildon of Ottelay, one acre of land with a meadow adjacent
in the field of Mensyngton.

Dated at Mensyngton . . . after the feast of St. Hilary, 1341.

Ch. 219.

William, son of William Attebeck of Mensyngton, remits and
quit-claims to William, son of Richard de Merbeck of Mensyngton,
all right which he had in that messuage and bovate of land in the
village of Mensyngton.

Dated at Mensyngton the Sunday next before the feast of the
Conception of the Virgin, 1343. Ch. 220.

William Hebbe of Mensyngton remits and quit-claims to Walter
de Baildon, staying in Ottelay, all right in one messuage with a croft
in the village of Mensyngton.

Dated after the feast of St. Matthew the apostle,

i8Ed. nL Ch. 221,

John, son of Mathew, son of Gilbert de Mensyngton, grants to
John Pykhard, sen., of Mensyngton, all his lands and tenements in
Mensyngton.

Dated at Mensyngton the Sunday next before the feast of St.
Margaret, virg., 30 Edw. III. [With seal^ Ch 222.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 623

YORK.
"William Dykson of Menston grants to Walter Grauer of Menston,
John de Merbek, John Thomson, and William Thomlynson, all of the
same place, all his lands &c. in the village of Menston.

Dated at Menston the Sunday next after the feast of St. Leonard,
1377. Ch. 223.

"William Dicson of Mensyngton remits and quit-claims to Walter
Grauer of the same place, all his right in all his lands &c. in the village
of Mensyngton.

Dated at Ottelay the Sunday on the feast of St. Margaret, virg.
and martyr, 6 Rio. II. Ch. 224.

Olive, who was the wife of Robert de Bradlay of Draghton, grants
to sir John de Denton, vicar of Bracewell, and sir Robert del Fflatte,
chaplain, all her lands, rents, &c. which came to her after the decease
of Martin de Kelbrok her father, in Mensyngton.

Dated at Mensyngton the Sunday next after the feast of the
Assumption, i8 Ric. II. Ch. 225.

John de Denton, vicar of Bracewell, and Robert del Fflatte grant
to Olive, who was the wife of Robert de Bradeley of Draghton, all
lands and tenements in Mensyngton.

Dated at Couunlay on the feast of Pentecost, 20 Rich. II.

Ch. 226.

Olive, formerly wife of Robert de Bradlay, grants to Richard de
Brerhagh of Mensyngton two messuages with two tofts and crofts
and 20 acres of land in the village of Mensyngton.

Dated at Mensyngton the Wednesday next before the feast of
Corpus Christi, 20 Rich. II. Ch. 227.

William de Bayldon grants to Robert Paslaw, Thomas de Haukes-
worth, John Mohand, and Walter Grauer all his lands &c. in Bayldon,
Bynglay, and Menston.

Dated at Bayldon the Sunday next after the feast of St. Andrew
the ajjostle, 4 Hen. lY. Ch. 228.

Richard Brerehagh and Alice his wife grant to Walter Grauer

of Menston one messuage with a toft and eight acres of land lying
in the village and field of Menston.

Dated at Menston the Sunday next before the feast of the

Epiphany, 11 Hen. lY. Ch. 229.

Richard Brehagh of Menston grants to William Graver of Menston
two messuages in the village and field of Menston.

Dated at Menston on the feast of the Nativity of St. John
Baptist, II Hen. lY. Ch. 230.

William Pycard of Menston and Agnes his wife grant to Walter
Grauer and BeatrLx his wife one messuage with a toft in the village
of Menston.

Dated at Menston the Sunday next after the feast of the Con-
version of St. Paul, 12 Hen. lY. \With seals.^ Ch. 231.



624 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

YORK.
Nicholas, son and heir of William de Bayldon, remits and quit-
claims to William Graver all his right in lands and tenements in
the village and field of Menston.

Dated at Menston on the feast of St. William, confessor, 1 2 Hen.
IV. Ch. 232.

John de Grene, sen., of Ottelay, grants to William Graver of
Mensyngton seven acres of land between the field of Burlay on the
one side and the field of Ottelay towards the east on the other.
Dated at Ottelay on the feast of Corpus Christi, 8 Hen. V.

Ch. 233.

John de Denton, vicar of Bracewell, and Robert de Fflatte,
chaplain, appoint John de Ffarnehill their attorney to deliver seisin
in their name to Olive, who was the wife of Robert de Bradelay of
Draghton, of lands &c. in Mensyngton.

Dated at Couunlay on the feast of Pentecost, 20 Rich. 11. Ch. 234.

Walter Graver of Menston grants to Richard his son one messuage
with 8 acres of land and meadow adjoining in the village and field of
Menston called Scothlande.

Dated at Menston, 23 November, 2 Hen. VI. Ch. 235,

William Grauer of Ottelay grants to Walter his son of Menston two
messuages in the field and village of Menston.

Dated at Menston, 10 January, 14 Hen. VI. [With seal.]

Ch. 236,

William Graver grants to Walter his son one messuage lying in
Mensyngton which descended to him after the decease of his mother
Beatrice.

Dated at Mensyngton, 10 January, 14 Hen. VI. [With seal^

Ch. 237.

William Graver, sen., of Menston grants to Richard Graver, dean of
the collegiate church of Chester, one toft and croft in the village and
field of Menston.

Dated at Menston, 9 November, 21 Hen. VI. Ch. 238.

William Graver, sen., of Menston grants to sir Richard Graver,

dean of Chester, one messuage and all that appertains to it in Menston.

Dated at Menston, 9 Nov., 21 Hen. VI. Ch. 239.

William Brerehay of Menston grants to Thomas, lord Clifford and

Westmorland, Walter Calverlay, esq., and Robert Newell, vicar of Otley,

all lands and tenements, &c. which he has in the county of York, also

all his goods moveable and immoveable at the time of his death.

Dated at Menston on the feast of St. Laurence, 22 Hen. VI.

[With seal.] Ch. 240.

John Rudd, butcher, and William Lambert, butcher, citizens of
York, are bound to William Brerhawe of Menston in the parish of
Ottelay in a sum of 33s. 4</., payable to the said William at the feast
of All Saints following.

Dated 11 September, 25 Hen. VI. [With seals.] Ch. 241.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 625

YORK.
Richard Graver, Rector of Hurworth-upon-Tysam, grants to sir
Thomas Clifforth, sir Thomas Percy, and sir John Tempes, kts., two
messuages and 28 acres of land in Mensyngton.

Dated at Menston, i September, 26 Hen. VI. Ch. 242.

Walter Graver of Bayldon grants to sir John Newell, kt., Thomas
Newell, kt., and Oliver Elystons, all lands and tenements which he has
in Manston and Otlay, also one messuage in Bayldon, and all his
goods moveable and immoveable at the time of his death.

Dated at Chester on the feast of St. Margaret, 3 1 Hen. VI.

Gh. 243.

Walter Graver of Baildon grants to Joan his wife the reversion of
all his lands, tenements, rents, and services, after his decease, which he
has in the villages of Baildon and Mensyngton, and 7 acres within a
close called Storres in the field to the west of Otley.

Dated at Mensyngton, 6 June, 16 Ed. IV. Ch. 244.

Oliver Elystones, chaplain, and Robert Pyncheware of Calthorn,
grant to Walter Graver of Bayldon and Joan his wife all lands,
tenements, &c., which they had by the gift, &c. of the said Walter in
Mensington and Bayldon.

Dated at Bayldon, 30 August, 17 Ed. IV. Ch. 245.

Bond given by William Graver of Spoford and Richard Mawde of
Menston and Richard Smyth of Emsley to Percival Brerey in a sum
of £40 to abide by the award of Geoffrey Pikard and others con-
cerning the lands &c. of the late Walter Graver's of Menston.

Dated 24 Feb., 3 Hen. VIII. Ch. 246.

William Brerehaugh, clerk, rector of Langwath, co. Derby, and
Hugh Brerehaugh of Bassyngham, co. Lincoln, husbandman, appoint
Alan Brerehaugh of Newerk, their brother, their attorney to act for
them with the heirs, executors, &c. of Richard Brerehaugh for moneys
owing them under a bond and last will of Esot' Brerhaugh, late wife
of William Bre of Skypton, co. York.

Dated i September, 4 Hen. VIII. Ch. 246*.

Percival Brerehaghe grants to Richard Clapeham, gent., William
Brerehagh, Christopher Pykard, and William Roods one tenement
with all lands, fields, &c. belonging to the same in Menston.

Dated 7 March, 14 Hen. VIII. Ch. 247.

Richard Clapeham, gent., William Brerehagh, Christ. Pykard, and
William Roods grant to Percival Brerehagh and Joan his wife one
tenement with land and meadow in Menston.

Dated 7 March, 14 Hen. VIII. Ch. 248.

MIDELTON. William, son of John le Yong of Midelton, grants
to Thomas de Linlay de Thorp on the Hill and Alice his wife one
assart which is called le Serlerode in Midelton. (e. 1300.) Ch. 249.

Gilbert de la Legh grants to John, his younger son, and Clarissa, -



626 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC,

YORK,
daughter of Thomas de Fenton, his manor of Mydilton near Rothewell,
paying annually for the same £8 6s. 8c?.

Dated at Midilton the Monday in Easter week, 1332. Chi 249*.

MORHOUSES. Thomas de Schepeldy grants to Peter the
taverner and Christiana his wife 2s. annual rent in Morhouses.

(c. 1300.) [With seal.'] Ch. 250.

MORTON. Simon de Skestling grants to Emma his daughter
two bovates of land in Morton, viz. two bovates that Christiana de
G-iseburne held. (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 2^1.

MUST ON. Institution of Sir John Somerby to the vicarage of
the chapel of Muston in the parish of Hundemanby, York diocese, on
the presentation of the abbot and convent of Bardeney, Line. dioc.

Dated at York, 27 May, 1508. [With seal] Ch. 252.

NETJHAY. Henry de Steingreve grants to Robert Authendel
one acre of land in Neuhay. (c. 11 90-1 200.) Ch. 253.

Henry Staingreve, with the consent of Simon his brother, grants to
John, son of Waldigg, the chaplain, 1 1 acres of his demesne in the
marsh of Neuhay and 7 acres upon Fultac. (c. 1200.) Ch. 254.

Henry, son of Alice de Neuhay, daughter of Henry de Stainegrive,
quit-claims to Richard de Happlesthorp the whole of her land in the
territory of Neuhay. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 2$^,

Henry, son of Alice de Staingrive, confirms to Richard de Aplesthorp
in the territory of Neuhay one acre of land which he bought of Robert
Houthendel of Seleby lying in the marsh, and also 2 other acres in the
marsh of the same village, (c. 1240.) [With seal.] Ch. 2^6.

Alice de Newhay, daughter of Henry de Staingrive, sells to Richard
de Happlesthorp, for a sum of money which he gave her in her great
necessity, 2 J acres of land in Neuhay. (c. 1240.) [With seal.]

Ch. 257.

Robert Ditchendel of Seleby sells to Henry, son of Alice de
Stainegrive, one acre of land in Neuhay. (c. 1230.) [TTiYA seal.]

Ch. 258.

NORMANBY. Institution of sir Edmund Baynee to the church
of Normanby, on the presentation of William Romsden and Richard
Vavasoure. Dated 27 Sept., 38 Hen. VIII. Ch. 259.

NORMANTON. William de Hertford grants to William de
Normanton one windmill in Normanton for his life.

Dated at Smeaton the Tuesday in Easter week, 1 7 Rich. II.
[With seal.] Ch. 261.

NOSTEL PRIORY. Richard, son of William the presbyter, and
Beatrix bis wife, daughter of Swein Gunne, for the health of their
souls grant to the church of St. Oswald of Nostle, in frankalmoigne,
one acre of land in Preston, (c. 1220-30.) Ch. 69.



m THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 627

YORK.

Writ of K. Rich. II, addressed to Thomas, archbishop of York,
reciting that William, prior of the monastery of St. Oswald, Nostel,
in the king's court had recovered his right of presentation to the
perpetual chantry in the chapel of St. John the Baptist of Preston,
against Richard Haliday, gent., and Richard Lemyng, chaplain.

Dated at Westminster, 22 March, 2 Rich. II. Ch. 70,

Robert Flemmyng grants to Thomas Barbor of Folby all tenements,
rents, and services which he holds for a term of 60 years, also half
an acre of land in Croston, paying annually 2S. to the said Robert,
and 8(f. to the monastery of St. Oswald of Nostell.

Dated at Folby, 1 2 Jan., 2 Hen. V. Ch, 7 1 .

Indenture made 13 Feb., 30 Hen. VIII, between Robert, the prior, and
the convent of St. Oswald of Nostell of the one part, and Roger
Malet, gentleman, of the other part, witnesseth that the said prior and
convent have let to the said Roger all their tithes of corn and hay within
the town of Wrangbroke for 3 1 years, paying annually for the same
£6 los. Ch. 72.

NUN-APPLETON PRIORY. Richard de Fauconberg grants
to the prioress and convent of Apelton the whole of his land which
is called Suthwod, with 6 acres of meadow in the meadows to the
east of Apelton.

Dated on the feast of St. Martin, in the winter, 29 Ed. I.

Ch. 73.

ORMSBY. James Strangways appoints James Buyth and John
Goldyngtre together and separately his attorneys to give possession
of two bovates of land in Ormsby, and lands, &c. in Great and Little
Upsall near Ormsby.

Dated at Ormsby, 3 May, 2 Rich. III. Ch. 262.

OSMUNDTHORP. Peter, son of Thomas de Hosmundthorp,
confirms to Roger, son of Gerard de Hosmundthorp, one bovate
of land in the fields of Hosmundthorp. (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 263.

William, son of Robert of the cemetery of Allerton, grants to
Alexander, son of Alexander de Osmundthorp, and his heirs, the
whole of his land i^ Osmundthorp. (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 264.

Ellen, wife of Thomas Bantan of Osmundthorp, and Agnes
her daughter, grant to William, son of William Ossemunde of
the same place, one bovate of land and one croft in Osmund-
thorp.

Dated at Leeds on the vigil of the Purification of the Virgin,
9 Ed. IL C/i. 265.

Ellen, daughter of Adam dil Hole of Osmundthorp, grants to John,
son of William le Tynkler of Ledes, and Agnes his wife, one acre of
arable land in Osmundthorp. (c. 12 90-1 300.) \With seal.'] Ch. 266.

Agnes, daughter of William Broune, remits and quit-claims to

s s 2



628 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

YORK.
Robert de Caldecotes all right in lands and tenements in the village
of Osemondethorp.

Dated on the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary,

2iRic.n. (7A. 267.

John Skelton of Osmondthorp grants to Henry Rokley, William

Scott, esq., and "William Musgrave, chaplain, all messuages, lands, and

tenements, &c. within the lordship of Osmundthorp.

Dated 10 Oct., 7 Hen. YII. [With seal] Ch. 268.

Charter indented between sir William Darcy, kt., of one part, and

John Skelton of Osmundthorp of the other part, witnesseth that the

said William grants to the said John all his lands and tenements in

Osmundthorp for 100 years, paying annually £8.

Dated 4 April, 23 Ed. IV. Ch. 269.

OTTELEY. Richard Brerehagh grants to Thomas, lord Clifford
and Westmoreland, kt., Richard Tunstall, W^alter Calverley, and Robert
Newall, vicar of Otley, all his goods moveable and immoveable at
the time of his death. Dated 20 August, 24 Hen. VI. Ch. 270.

The will of Richard Breray, dated 16 May, 1452.

Proved at Ottelay, i June, 1452. [With seal.] Ch. 271.

OVENDEN. Alice, formerly wife of Hugh de Fossat, quit-claims
to William de Metheley all her right in the village and territory of
Ovendene. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 272.

Writ addressed to Edmund Hastynges, sheriff of Yorkshire, to the
effect that Thomas Metheley had recovered in the king's court at
Westminster, by default against John Maude of Warneley, a messuage
and land in Ovenden.

Dated at Westminster, 6 Nov., 11 Hen. IV. Seisin given by
the sheriff the Friday after St. Hilary, 11 Hen. IV. Ch. 273,

PATHLOBillGGE. Martin Birkhed of Cotyngham and John
West of Beiston, for a sum of £54 4s. ^d., sell to John Bekwith the
whole of a messuage and 2 closes of land in Pathlobrigge, co. York,
part of the monastery of Fountains.

Dated 5 April, 4 Q. Eliz. Ch. 29*.

FARMANDBY, ESTHAL GARTH, THORNETON, ELLER-
BURNE, PYKERING, and THURKYLBY. Indenture made
1 5 December, 20 Henry VII, between sir Edward Hastings, kt., lord of
Hastings and Hungerford, son and heir of sir William Hastings, kt., late
lord of Hastings, deceased, sir Thomas Frowyk, kt., chief justice, and
Thomas Jakes, of 'the one part, and Geoffrey Symeon, dean of St.
George's, Windsor, and the canons of the same, of the other part, reciting
the foundation of a chantry by the said William lord Hastings for the
souls of himself and Katherine his wife and others'_in the chapel of St.
George's, Windsor, and endowing the same with lands of the annual
value of X20. By this indenture certain manors, land, and houses
are given up and demised to the said dean and canons in the above
parishes, &c. ; and because they do not amount to .£20 per annum, the
eaid Edward gives an annual rent charge of 25s. from his manor of
Alberston for the said purposes. Ch. 274.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 629

YORK.

PONTEPRACT. Letters patent of King Charles I, dated at

Oanbury 21 July, 4 of his reign, creating sir John Savill, kt., baron

Savill of Pomfret in the county of York. Gh. 333.

Matilda, daughter and heir of Thomas, son of Geoffrey de Ponte-
fract, grants to Thomas her son one tenement in New Pontefract.

Dated at Pontefract the Monday next after Palm Sunday, 1328.

Ch. 275.
Matilda, daughter and heir of Thomas, son of Geoffrey de Pontefract,
grants to Thomas her son 14 acres of arable land lying in the fields of
Pontefract and Preston.

Dated at Pontefract the Monday next after Palm Sunday, 1328,

en. 276.
Henry, son of sir Henry le Vavasour, kt., releases Robert de
Friston, staying in Pontefract, from all actions real and personal.

Dated at Pontefract the Sunday next before Epiphany, 18 Ed. III.
[With seal.'] Gh. 277.

Exemplification of a plea inrolled at Westminster, 14 Charles II,
by which Robert Cowper and Thomas Cooke recovered from Thomas
Lake two messuages and two acres of land in Pontefract.

Dated 28 November, 14 Charles II. Gh. 277*.

PONTEFRACT (St. John's Priory at). John, brother of
William de Kamesale, quit-claims to Eudo, the chaplain of Pontefract,
■or his assigns, one toft (fee. which William de Kamesale gave him for
his service, paying annually to the monks of St. John xiio?. for all
services, (c. 1230-40.) Gh. 74.

John de Builli grants to God and St. John the apostle, of Pontefract,
and the monks there, in frankalmoigne, half an acre of land with a
toft in ' Kimberwurdia.' \_With seal.'] Gh. 75.

PRESTON and FARNEBURNE. Sir Adam de Preston, kt.,
eon of sir Adam de Preston, kt., grants to John de Raygate, kt., for
1 40 marks sterling, the whole of his land in Farneburne.

Dated the Thursday on the feast of St. Wilfrid in the month of
April, 54 Hen^III. Ch. 278.

PUDSAY. Robert, son of Jossam of Pudkesay, sells and confirms
to William, son of Adam of Pudkesay, the whole of the rent which
Simon, sou of Clariz and John Pie, used annually to pay him for certain
lands in Pudkesay. (c. 1220-30.) [With seal ^ Gh. 279.

Thomas, son of John de Byrell of Pudesay, remits and quit-claims
to John Scot of Newton, John de Roudon, and sir Nicholas Adamson
of Yedon, chaplain, all right in lands, tenements, &c. which were John
de Byrell's, his father, in the village of Pudesay.

Dated 30 January, 21 Rich. II. [With seal^ Gh. 280.

William de W3T:'kelay constitutes Richard de Thornhill, his servant,

his attorney to deliver for him and in his name to Geoffrey de Lowen-

thorp, John de AUerton, Thomas de Clayton, and Walter, son of

Robert of Rothelay, seisin of all his lands &c. in the village of Pudsay.

Dated 10 November, 1399. [With seal.] Ch. 281.



630 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

YORK.
Geoffrey de Lewenthorp, John de Allerton, Thomas de Clayton, and
William, son of Robert de Rothelay, grant to William Rothelay the
half of all the lands and tenements which he had of the gift of William
de Wirkelay in Pudsey, in the parish of Calverley.

Dated at Pudsey, i Jan., i Hen. VI. [With seal.] Ch. 282.

PIKERINGLYTH. Final concord made at Westminster in the
octaves of St. Hilary, 20 Ed. II, before the king's justices, between
John de Crayk, parson of Spofford, and sir Gilbert de Aton, kt.,
concerning the manors of Aton, Hoton, Buscell Wyntryngham, and
Grumpton in Pykerynglyth. Ch. 283.

John de Wythington and Margaret his wife demise to Robert de
Conyers all lands &c. in Norton, Hoton, Heton, Skales, and Armeley,
with rents and services of Melmorby.

Dated at Hoton the Friday next before Palm Sunday, 1340.

Ch. 284.

RICHMOND (Abbey of St. Agatha). Henry, the abbot, and
convent of St. Agatha grant and quit-claim to the abbot and monks of
Jorevall the cow-common of Mudebech in Garcedale which they
formerly held of sir Adam fitz Hugh of Magneby, for 1 2 years, saving
the common pasture, for the payment of 1 6 marks by the abbot and
convent of Jorevall. [With seal.] Ch. 40.

RIEVAL (Abbey of). Thomas, son of Paul, canon of the church
of St. Peter of York, quit-claims to the church and monks of St. Mary,
Rievall, all the claim he has upon the bounds {divisas) of Welleburn
near his land of Nagelt' and Wimbelt', viz. that bound contained in
the charters of Roger de Molbrai and Nigel his son ; which bounds, the
same Roger with his men and neighbours (vicinas) perambulated and
affirmed by oath to be the right bounds of Wellebr, because his men
falsely suggested that they belonged to his land of Nagelt and Wimbelt,
and being unwilling unjustly to vex the said monks, (c. 11 90-1 200.)

Ch. 30*.

Licence from K. Rich. II to the abbey of Rieval to hold a messuage
in York of the gift of Roger de Moreton, jun., in mortmain.

Dated at Westminster, 13 April, 3 Rich. II. Ch. 31.

Charter (indented) witnessing that John de Euer quit-claims to the
abbot and convent of Rievall all his right and claim in the puture of
the forester or his servants, for their lands and tenements in Westerdale,
also he releases the said abbot and convent of homage for the lands
and tenements held of the said John in Little Brocton, Kirkeby, and
Clyveland.

Dated at Rievall on the octave of St. John the Bapt., 1302. Ch. 32.

Walter, son of Alice, formerly wife of Henry, son of Walter de
Ffolketon, grants to the abbey of Rievall, in frankalmoigne, the whole
of his meadow in Staynton in the territory of Osgoteby. (c. 1280-90.)

Ch. 33.

ROCHE ABBEY. William, son of Robert le Plumer of Hymles-
wrth, remits and quit-claims to the abbot and convent of Roche all
right which he has in the land which was Richard's, the son of
Thurstan de Balna. (c. 1250-60.) Ch. ^4.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBKARY. 631

YORK.

"Walter, the abbot, and convent of Roche grant to Robert, son of
Roger de Tyneflowe, for his homage and service, two bovates of land
in Bramleye. (c. 1254-68.) Ch. 35.

BOSSE. Indenture made 7 March, 6 James I, by which sir
William Cecill, lord Burghley, grants to sir Robert Dormer, sir John
Dormer, and sir William Dormer, an annual rent-charge of £240
issuing out of the manor of Rosse in the county of York, for 10 years,
or during the lives of sir John Hobart, Barbara his wife, and John
their son. Ch. 284*.

BOSTON. Baldwin de Wicham and Hugh son of Hugh, and
Roger son of Roger, and Robert son of William, and Ralph Buscell
grant to Eustace de Vescy a certain turbary in the territory of Roston
which is called ' Ludepaic' (c. 11 90-1 200.) [With seals ^ (7^.285.

Isabella and Alice, daughters and heirs of Emma la Rus of Roston,
grant to Peter, son of Alan de Roston, the whole of their toft in Roston
and half of their part of land at Boudalemun, &c. (c. 1290.)

[With seal.] Ch. 2S6.

William, son of Ralph de Ruston, and Sibil his wife grant to
Robert le Baker of Aton four cottages lying in Ruston in Pikeringlyth.
(c. 1 290-1 300.) [With seals.] (7^.287.

Thomas, son of Robert de Roston, grants to Robert le Baker of
Aton and Alice his wife two acres of land in Roston and Wykham.

Dated at Roston in Pykeringlyth, 17 Oct., 1331. Ch. 288.

Simon de Aton grants to John, son of Ralph the carpenter of
Roston, and Tylle his wife one toft in Roston in Pykeringlyth, and
one acre and 2 roods of arable land in the same village, &c.

Dated at Roston in Pykeringlyth, on Trinity Sunday, 1335.

[With seals.] Ch. 289.

Alan, son of Ralph de Hoton, grants to Simon de Aton lands in
Roston and Wykham in Pikeringlyth.

Dated at Roston in Pikeringlyth, 14 May, 1340. [With seal.]

Ch. 290.

Alan, son of Ralph de Hoton, staying in Roston, remits to Simon de
Aton all right and claim which he had in one bovate of land in Roston
and Wikham in Pikeringlyth.

Dated at Roston in Pikeringlyth, 2 August, 1340. [With seal.]

Ch. 291.

Alan, son of Ralph de Hoton Buscell, remits and quit-claims to sir



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