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the Northtrithyng and Estrithyng of Yorkshire, and in the city of
York, which wool was gi-anted to the king by the Parliament held at
Westminster the Quinzaine of Easter last past.

Dated at London, 18 July, 15 Ed. III. P- 5i-

YORK (St. Mary's Abbey). A leaf of a register book belonging to
the abbey of St. Mary, York, with an entry of the following evidences.

p. 121.
(a) A certificate of R., the dean, and chapter of St. Peter, York, that
they have examined the charters of St. Mary's abbey touching their
place of Stantoft and of Hems, being a grant of Roger de Mubray
to the said abbey in frankalmoigne of the island called Stantoft with
other liberties.

(6) R. de Mubray grants to the abbey of St. Mary, York, the external
service, and whatever he was accustomed to have of Wroth.

(c) Thomas, son of Robert de Arcy, confirms to the abbey of St. Mary,
York, the gift of Robert de Arcy his father, viz. one carucate of land
in Brunun, the church of Noket .... Duneston, and two parts of
the tithes of his lordship in Fiskeburre.

(d) Thomas, son of Robert de Arcy, confirms to the same the lands &c.
he held in Brunun and Wyntrington, and two parts of the tithes of
Fiskeburre.

(e) Hameline, earl Warren, grants to the abbey of St. Mary, York,
30 ... .

(f) William, earl de Warren, grants certain liberties to the abbey of
St. Mary, York, in Henes.

A leaf from a register book of the abbey, with writs of K. Ed. I and
III, of grants of liberties, &c. p. 123.

Leaves from an old leiger book of the church of St. Mary, York,
having the following grants entered upon them. pp. 56-64.

(a) Roald, son of Alan, constable of Richemund, grants to the church
of St. Mary of York, and the priory of St. Martin near Richemund,



694 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

YORK,
in frank almoigne, the homages and services of William, son of Hamo
Dispensator, Arnold, son of Hubert de Hudeswell, and Matilda,
daughter of Harald de Hudeswell, each holding two bovates of
land in Hudeswell.

(b) Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey de Hudeswell, grants to the church of
St. Mary, York, and the priory of St. Martin near Richemund and
the monks there, in frankalmoigne, five bovates of land with
appurtenances in the territory of Hudeswell.

(c) John, son of Geoffrey de Hudeswell, grants to the church of St.
Mary, York, and to the priory of St. Martin near Richemund, in
frankalmoigne, tAVO bovates of land with a toft and croft in the
territory of Hudeswell, which Peter the provost sometime held.

(d) William Balistarius of Richemund grants to the church of St.
Mary, York, and the priory of St. Martin near Richemund, in
frankalmoigne, certain land in Richemund.

(e) Richard de Rullos grants to the church of St. Mary and abbey of
York, with the assent of Emma his wife, the church of Boleton
and two bovates of land pertaining to the same church ; also
another bovate which he gave with the said church when Budes was
made a monk.

(/) Budes, when he became a monk, gave to Geoffrey, the abbot, and
monks of St. Mary, York, in frankalmoigne, his chapel of Boleton
with two bovates of land which he gave to them for the souls of his
father and mother, &c.

(g) Acharus de Tunstall grants to the church and monks of St. Mary,
York, in frankalmoigne, certain land in Boleton which is called
' Sartiny Waltheof ' containing two acres and one perch.

(h) William de la Mare grants to the church and monks of St. Mary,
York, one rood and a quarter of land in the field of Boleton.

(i) Hermerus, son of Archill, grants to the church and monks of St.
Mary, York, two bovates of land in Boelton, viz. that which
Thorphinus held of him ; the said church giving him 20s. in charity.

(k) Enisant Murdack grants to the church and monks of St. Mary,
York, in frankalmoigne, the church of Croft and four carucates of
land in the same village.

(Z) Cyncius, parson of the church of Croft, grants to the abbot and
convent of St. Mary, York, £10 of silver which they retain by name
of a pension from the church of Croft, granted to him from the said
abbot and convent, saving the tithes belonging to the priory of St.
Martin, Richemund; saving also 10 marks of corn of the tithes of the
same church granted with his consent to master John de Hamerton
during the life of the said Cyncius, and after the death or resignation
of the said master John to revert to the donor.

(m) Adam de Keton grants to the church of St. Michael of Mlddelton,
one bovate of laud in the field of Keton, and one toft in the same
village which was Adam Prudfot's; for this donation Robert de
Longo Campo, the abbot, and convent of St. Mary, York, to whom
the donation to the church pertains, with the consent of the parsons



m THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. €96

YORK,
of the said church of Middelton celebrating divine offices weekly in
the chapel of St. James of Keton, grant a chaplain for the said
chapel of St. James.

(n) Richard, son of Thomas de Middelton, grants to the church and
monks of St. Mary, York, in frankalmoigne, two bovates of land
with appurtenances in the village of Kneton, viz. those two bovates
which belonged to Ralph, son of Hore, with toft and croft pertaining
to the same ; likewise he gave to the same monks 3 acres of land in
addition, viz. two acres near ' Gamelesthorn' and one in 'Walewrtis'
which were the said Ralph's ; and the whole of the other land he
has of the lordship of * Walewrtis,' and the toft and croft which
were "William Flagellator's, and three acres of land which he has in
the lordship near * Gamelthorn,' lying near the before-named two
acres of the said Ralph's, on either side of the king's way towards
the east, and the whole of the land which he had in demesne in a
certain culture called ' Lynacredale,' and one toft in the village of
Kneton with the croft which were Uxyng Gering's.

(0) Aline de Middelton grants to the church of St. Mary, York, in
frankalmoigne, the whole of that land in Middelton which Patrick
her son sometime held.

(p) Richard de Brettavill grants to the church of St. Mary, York, in
frankalmoigne, 16 acres of land of his lay fee of Daneby, which
acres the men call Westcroft, together with 3 tofts with appurte-
nances.

(^) Odo, the chamberlain, grants to the abbey of St. Mary, York, in
frankalmoigne, 4 carucates of land in Langethorn and one in
Finegale, and two parts of the tithes of his lordship of Fleteham.

(r) Robert, the chamberlain, grants to the church and monks of St.
Mary, York, in frankalmoigne, 4 carucates of land in Langethorne
and one in Finagala, which his father ga-ve to them.

(«) Wymar Dapifer grants to the church and monks of St. Mary,
York, in frankalmoigne, the chapel of St. Martin of Ricamund, and
5 carucates of land ; and in Edelingthorp 4 carucates of land ; and
the church of Thorentona and half a carucate of land ; and in
Forseta oiae carucate of land ; and in Scottona 4 carucates of land ;
and the tithes of his lordship of Wicra.

{t) Duplicate entry of the charter of Wymar Dapifer. See (s).

(m) The sheriif of Aynderby grants to the church of St. Mary, York,
in frankalmoigne, certain land near the bridge of Leming.

{w) Alan de Folisedt with the consent of Ineta his wife grants to the
abbey of St. Mary, York, in frankalmoigne, one manse in Lemyng
and a croft adjacent, containing 2 J acres ; and know that this is
that land which Hugh Fannel sometime held in Lemyng, and which
Guihumarus, the grandfather of Inetta, gave to the said abbey.

{x) Ribald, brother of the Earl, grants to Stephen, the abbot, and
monks of St. Mary, York, in frankalmoigne, four carucates of land
in Briniston ; also he quit-claims to Geoffrey, the abbot, and monks
of York one of those carucates of land which pertains to Briniston
near Dunsam, between Sueneby and Briniston.



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YORK,
(y) Grant of the church of Horneby, in frankalraoigne, to the church
of St. Mary, York. [Mutilated.]

(z) Greoffrey de Forseth grants to the church and monks of St. Mary,
York, in frankalmoigne, two bovates of land in East Laton in
Richemundscir', viz. those which he bought of Robert, son of
Thorald.

(aa). Michael, son of Robert, grants to the church of St. Mary, York,
in frankalmoigne, two parts of the tithes of his lordship in Layburn.

{bb) Richard Carpentar grants to the church of St. Mary, York, one

bovate of land in Scorveton which he held of Pygot, son of Robert

Pygot.
(cc) Pygot, son of Randal the hunter of Scurveton, grants to the

church of St. Mary, York, certain land . . . . for the celebration of

mass in the same church. [Mutilated.]

(dd) Roger de Lascels grants to the church of St. Mary, York, in
fi'ankalmoigne, the third part of the tithe of his lordship of
Thirnecroft.

{ee) Roger de Lasceles with the assent of his son Picot, Beatrice his
wife, and Enisand his brother grants to the church of St. Mary,
York, half a mark of silver annually, payable by Picot his son and
heir.

(j5^) Picot, son of Roger de Lascels, charges the half mark given to
the church of St. Mary, York, by Roger his father, on two bovates
of land which Rolland held, and on certain land near the bridge of
Neuton.

(gg) Part of a grant to the abbey of York.

{hh) Geoffrey Murdack quit-claims to the church of St. Mary, York,
one carucate and a half of land which he holds of them in Sutton ;
also he gives them another i^ carucate in the same village,

(m) Herbert, son of Wymund de Etton, grants to the abbey of St.
Mary, York, and to Geoffrey, the abbot, and his successors, two
carucates of land which he holds of Bertram, son of Aschetil de
Bulmer, in Flaxton.

(kk) Walter Percehay grants to the monks of St. Mary, York, their
mill-dam of Whelwad', and the monks accept his land which is near
for the making or mending the said dam.

(Jl) Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey de Thorneton, quit-claims to the abbot
and convent of St. Mary, York, the whole of his tenement and right
which he has in the territory of Thorneton for ever, except his toft
which lies between the chapel of Thorneton and the garden of
Richard de Playt ; also excepting other parcels of land and rents.

{mm) Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey de Thornton, quit-claims to the abbot
and convent of St. Mary, York, the whole of his tenement in
Thorneton.

{nn) Nigel Fossard grants to the church of St. Mary, York, in
frankalmoigne, the church of Holy Cross in York, and the church of
Doucaster and their appurtenances, and i6 mansuras of land in the



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 697

YORK,
same village, and one carucate in ' Kymundesale/ and five bovates
ad moras, and one carucate in Wermesword, and in Cottingwyth
two carucates, and the church of Hoton and one carcucate, and in
Thorneton 3 carucates, and the church of Baynton and one carucate
and their tithes, and in Donecastr' and about it his whole tithe, and
in Carthorp 4 carucates.

(06) William Fossard grants in frankalmoigne to the church of St.
Mary, York, all the lands, churches, and tithes which Nigel Fossard,
his grandfather befoi-e him, gave to the said church and monks,
and which they held of his fee during the time of Robert Fossard
his father.

ijp'p) Walter, the monk of Stretton, grants to the abbot and monks of
St. Mary, York, the church of Stretton, with its appurtenances.

{qq) Roger le Morgue, son of Walter le Morgne de Stretton, grants
to the church of St. Mary, York, the church of Stretton which is
within his fee and was given to them by his father.

{rr) William, son of Simon de Colton, grants to the church of St.
Mary, York, one bovate of land in Colton.

{ss) Grrants of land in Popilton burse : —

Osbert de Arches, who gave 3 carucates of land in Popilton.
William, son of Simon de Colton, gave 2 carucates there.
Pagan, son of Walden, gave a mill and 4 acres there.
William de London gave the wood of Popilton towards Ensam.
Thomas, son of William the clerk of Popilton, gave 24 acres of
wood in the same place.

{tt) Grants of land in Knapton, viz. : —
Colman gave 2 carucates there.
Alan, son of Peter de Knapton, gave land and pasture there.

{uu) G-rants of land in Hessay, viz. : —

G-euell, son of William, gave 2 bovates there.

William, son of Thomas de Essay, gave 2^ bovates there.

{ww) Grants of land in Appilton, viz. : —

William, the prior of St. Mary of Novo burgo, gave 8^ acres called
Durantridyng &c. and abut upon Gamelreding.

An agreement between Simon, the abbot of St. Mary, York,
and Mabel, prioress of Appilton, of 7 J acres of land in Le North
Ridyng, 1262.

(xx) Grants of land in Acastr, viz. : —

Stephen, earl of Richemund, gave 5 bovates of land there.

John de Malebys, Thomas, parson of Acastr, of 12 acres in Acastr'.

{yy) Thomas, the parson of Acastr', grants to the church of St. Mary,
York, with his body, the whole of a third part of 1 2 acres of land
in the territory of Acastr' in Raynaldridyng, which he had by the
gift of John Malebys ; and likewise the third part of all the land
which he has there by the gift of the said John. ,

{zz) John, son of Juliana de Warwyk, grants to the church and monks
of St. Mary, York, in frankalmoigne, the whole of the land he has



698 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

YORK,
in Acastr in * Reynaldryding,' of the gift of Thomas, the parson of
Acastr.

{aaa) John Malebys grants to the church of St. Mary, York, the whole
of the land with appurtenances which Thomas, the parson of
Acastr, held of him in the same village, viz. 1 2 acres in Reynald-
ryding.

{bhb) Grants of land in Acastr by Richard, son of Robert de Malebys,
John de Malebys, and Robert de Malebys.

(ccc) Stephen, earl of Richemund, gave two carucates of land in
Eskeryke.

{ddd) Robert Tottemeyne grants to the church of St. Mary, York, all
his right in two carucates of land in the village of Eskeryk which
Roger de Lascels sometime held of him.

{eee) Roger de Lascels grants to Robert, the abbot, and convent of St.
Mary, York, six carucates of land in Ketelesthorp and Eskeryk,
which Pycot his father and others his ancestors held of the said
monastery.

{fff) Eudo, son of Brytannicus, grants to the church of St. Mary,
York, in frankalmoigne, the service &c. he has in the village of
Dighton.

{ggg) Alan, son of Roald the constable of Richemund, confirms to
the abbey of St. Mary, York, the donation which Eudo the marshal
made to the same abbey of his land in Dighton.

{hhh) Hugo de Nevyll grants to Simon, the abbot, and convent of
St. Mary, York, the whole of his manor of Dighton which he held
of them.

Two writs of King Ed. I connected with the church of St. Mary of
York.

(i) To the sheriff concerning wool skins and hides.
Dated at Westminster, 14 June, 22 Ed. I.

(2) Confirmation of the liberties of the church of St. Mary of York,
dated at Westminster, i July, 22 Ed. L p. 122.

Transcripts of pleas, 55 Hen. Ill, concerning the rights of the abbot
and convent of St. Mary, York, in Briddesale, York, and Claxton.

[Mutilated.] p. 55.

ANGltlA. Names of abbeys and priories certified, and value of
them according to the same certificate. p. 108.

Inquisition, dated 31 Ed. III. [Illegible.] p. 53.

Copy of the bull of pope Benedict XII, dated at Avignon, 3rd year
of his pontificate {1337), to the abbots and priors of black monks in
England. P« 78.

The account of J. de Grey of Alto Pecco, receiver, and Warine
Engayne, made the Sunday next after the ascension of our Lord,
27 Hen. Ill, to the feast of St. Michael. p. 35.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 699

MISCELLANEOUS.
The account of J. de Grey from the feast of St. Michael, 27 Hen. Ill,
to the same feast, 28 Hen. III. V' 11'

Writ from K. Edward IV to Robert, bishop of Bath and Wells, the
chancellor, commanding him to prepare letters patent to John, son and
heir of sir Edward Broke, kt., deceased, granting him all the lands &c.
of his hite father.

Dated at Westminster, 6 July, 11 of Ed. lY. p. 132.

THLAMIEIB CASTLE. Petition to the king from Walter de
la Pole and Elizabeth his wife, granddaughter of Thomas de Bradestone,
that he would confirm a grant of 500 marks made to the said Thomas
for sustaining the estate of banneret by the king's grandfather Ed-
ward ; the king having pledged his castle of Thlamieir in South AVales
for this payment. P* I39-



DAVENTRY (Priory of). Process between the prior and con-
vent of Daventry and the rector of Mersh, concerning the tithes of
Great Preston, an. 131 3. [Mutilated.] Bolls, 10.

IRELAND. Payments upon the military list, an. 1662. EoUs, 2.

Rent Roll of Nicholas Browne, called Lord Viscount Kenmare,
1706. HoUs, 3.



EOLLS or PEDIGREES.

Descent of the Kings of England from William I to Charles I,
an. 1625. Pedigree Rolls ^ i.

Descent of Mary Queen of Scots from Robert III, King of Scotland,
an. 1406. Bolls f 2.

Descent of Frederic V, King of Bohemia, and Elizabeth his wife,
daughter of King James I of England, with Arms in colour. BollSi 3.

Descents from Henry, duke of Lancaster, and Henry de Beaumont,
with their Arms in colour. Bolls, 4.

Pedigree of the family of Bendlow, Yorkshire. Bolls, 5.

Roll containing the descent and alliances of the families of Brus,
Fauconherg, Perehay, Saxton, and Darcy (i8th century) ; on the
reverse of the roll is : — * The account of Edmund Hesham and John
Fissher, collector of the rents and keeper of the Bridge of Fosse,
25-26 Hen. VI.' Holls, 6.

Pedigree of the family of Butleb, earls of Ormond. [Temp. Eliz.]

Bolls, 7,



700 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

ROLLS OF PEDIGREES.

Pedigree of the family of Castillon, of Berkshire, with Arms in
colour. Rolls, 8.

Pedigrees of the families of Chicheley, Carew, Kidderminster,
and Hoo, to an. 1620, with Arms in colour. Rolls, 9.

Pedigree of the family of Conyers, Yorkshire, ending an. 17 13.

Rolls, 10.

Pedigree of Cooke of Barnstaple, 1 8 1 7. Rolls, 1 1 .

Descent of the family of Hatley. Rolls, 12.

Pedigree of the family of Haggerd of Derbyshire. Rolls, 13.

The pedigree of Holloway of London, lineally descended from
Thomas Holloway of Aveley, in Shropsliire, who came forth of the
ancient family of Holloway, of Holloway in the co. of Devon. Rolls, 14.

Pedigree of the family of I' Anson of Yorkshire.

Dated 26 Nov., 1642. Rolls, 15.

Descents of the families of Jones of Chilton and Stokes of London,
from King Ed. Ill to Jan. 10, 1876. Rolls, 16.

Descent of the families of King and Voar ; shewing alliances with
Don, Pickstock, Botfield, Nichols, &c. Rolls, 17.

Pedigree of the family of Llowarch alias Flower. Rolls, 18.

Pedigree of Jevan Lloyd of the Yayr,, gentleman, set forth by
Lewis James, and deciphered by John Moythey, April, 1614. Rolls, 19.

Descent of the family of Lloyd, ending at David Lloyd, esq.,
an. 1 70 1, with Arms in colour. Rolls, 20.

Pedigree of the family of Lovell, collected 26 Sept., 1576, with
Arms in colour. Rolls, 21.

Pedigree of the family of Norwicke, with Arms in trick. Rolls, 22.

Pedigree and Arms of the family of Powell of Pembrokeshire.

Rolls, 23.

Descent of the family of Raleigh, with Arms in colour. Rolls, 24.

Pedigree of Sheldon of Beoly, Worcester. Rolls, 25.

Pedigi'ee of Sherard of Stapleford, co. Leic, made 1633 ^^^ testi-
fied by sir William Segar, kt:. Garter. Rolls, 26.

, Pedigree of the family of Travell of Wenlock, made an. 1654.

Rolls, 27.
Roll containing six generations of the family of Whitaker, with
Arms in colours, signed by Robert Cook, Clarencieux. [Mutilated.]

Rolls, 28.

Pedigree of the family of Whitehall, Staffordshire, made by sir
W. Dugdale. Rolls, 29.

Pedigree of sir Henry Williams, an. 1616. Rolls, 30.



INDEX,



:A., bp. of Tusculum, p. 1 39.

A., bp. of Worcester, 685.

Abarrow, Christopher, parson of Laving-

ton, 585.
Abbes, Robert, of Hadleigh, 479.
Abbot, Laurence, of London, 487.
Abbotesley. Canib., 40.-
Aberot. Henry, of Alcreton, 590.
Al>ell, Thomas, of Witney, 277.
Aberconway, convent of, Carnarv., 339.
Aberford, mill of, York, 600.
Abicot, Alexander de, of Hindelep, 591,

592-
Geoffrey, lord of Hendelep, 591,

592, 594-
Abindnn, John de, 352.
Abingdon, Berks, 4, 13, 292.
chapel of St. Nicholas, 319.

Benjamin, rector of St. Nicholas,

292.

E-., rector of St. Helen's, 292.

abbey of, 329.

abbot of 292, 301, 374.

Hugh, abbot of, 304.

Peter, abbot of, 345.

E., abbot of, 295.

— — Richard, abbot of, 298.
Robert, abbot of, 292.

Roger, abbot of, 334.

Abinger or Abinworth, Surrey, 547.
Abington, Little, Camb., 34.

rectory, 34.

Abinworth, v. Abinger.
Abot, Agn* s, 106, 522,

Anselm, of Monks Ulegh, 106,

• John, of Hachetun, 522.

Abyndon, John de, 350.

Stephen de, 356.

Abys or Avies, Nicolas, 443.
Acastra, Hauwise de, 147.

• Robert de, 147.

Acastre, York, 698.

Tlionias, parson of, 698.

William de, 693.

Accleya, Bucks, 304.



Acle, Norf., 166, 239.
Acle-merket, 166, 351.
Aclege, Richard de, 594.
Aeon, St Tliomas of, 163.
Aoornbury, priory of, Hereford, 675,
Acsted, Geofirey, rector of, 356, 3.-^7.

Gregory de, 302.

Acton, Suff., 410, 411, 531, 532, 535,

665, 668.
— - Robert, of Elmeley, 588.
Acton-Bry gge, Chesh., 46.
Acton Sc^tt, Shiops., 663.
Adam, prior of Hulnie, 243.

janitor of Oseney, 356,

of the church, 488.

son of Ansgot, 240.

son of Geoffirey, 504.

son of Gunnora, no.

son of Hugh, 106.

son of Nicholas, of Hooknorton,

329.

son of Richer, 613.

son of Roger, 105.

son of Seberen, 329.

son of Walter, 355.

son of William the Armiger, 434.

the clerk, 577.

the cooper, 6, 10.

Geoffrey, of Daveutry, 263.

John, 269.

John, of Edwardston, 468, 469.

Richard, of Lamberherst, 575.

Simon, of Daventry, 263.

William, 269.

Adams, Robert, 234.

William, of Gorlyston, 431.

Adamson, Sir Nicholas, of Yedon, 617,

629.
Adayll, Jorge, of Semer, 636.
Adbryghton Husee, v. Albrighton.
Adburbury, v. Adderbury.
Adderburj', Oxon, 315, 316, 384.
— ■ — lordship of St. Amand, in, 316.
Addesham, Kent, 102.
Addington, Bucks, 33.



702



INDEX.



Adecok, Joan, 31.

Adelard, 679.

Adele,York, 607.

Adelescote, v. Allscote.

Adeliz, daughter of Hugh, 62.

Adelsi, son of Bern, 680.

Adene, Thomas, of Wallinoford, 22.

William, of Wallingford, 3 2.

Adinthon, Bucks, 335.
Adkyn, Henry, 671.

John, of Chesham, 671.

Adkyns, John, of Caldwell, 589.
Admundescote, Wore, 6S7.
Adrey, alias Layniont, Daniel, 59.
Adthwic, Sibline de, 602.

William de, 603.

Adwell, Simon, parson of, 5.

Adyngton, Bucks, 23.

Adyngton, Stephen de, 306, 309, 352,

356.
Agatha, 304.

daughter of Hugh, 63.

mother of Richard, 309.

relict of Thomas, 353:

Agecote, Bucks, 23.
Agelliun, Alice, 450.

Richard, 450.

Agirham, William, lord ofNutburn, 577.
Agmondesham, Bucks, 160.
Agnes, daughter of Robert, 13.

daughter of Walter, 28.

daughter of William the smith, 258.

wife of Herbert, son of Adelard,

679.
wife of Odo, Great Barton, Oxon,

318.
Agu, Robert, 82.

Stephen, of Longeneye, 82.

Aignel, John, 587.

Katherine, 587.

Ailay, Thomas, of London, 157.
Ailmer, 256.

Robert, of Glemsford, 476.

Ailmeres Melne, in Fomham, 472.
Ailnoth, Benedict, 306.

John, 306.

Ailric, the lord, 604.
Ailwin, of Dunstew, 325.
Ailwy, Robert, 68.

Vincent, 66.

Ainesham, abbot of, v. Eynesham.
Akerholes, manor of, 680, 681.
Akers, Mary, 156.

Thomas, 156.

Akesboume, Thomas, 571.
Aketon, v. Acton.
Aketon, Robert de, 524.
Aky, the prior of Hulme, 243.
Akynham, Bernard de, 460.
Alan, son of Amfrid, 6.

son of the chaplain, Hartwell, 338.

son of Geoffrey, 369.

Bon of Matthew. 445.



Alan, son of Roald, 698.

Alarus of Schenestan, 364.

Albemarle, Christopher, duke of, 38,

Alberic, 256.

Alberston, York, 600, 601, 628.

Albinus, priest of Schenestan, 364.

Albodesle, Henry de, 42.

Joan de, 42.

Albon, Mabell, 234.

William, of Norwich, 234.

Alborne, manor of, Wilts, 588.
Alborowe, Camb., 645.

manor of, Norf., 231.

Albrighton, Salop, 385.

Albus, Richard, of Cercelle, 301.

William, 602.

Albye, manor of, Norf, 231.

Alcmundebury, Hunts, 93,

Alcoke, Thomas, master of St.Wolstan'a

hospital, 591, 600.
Alcreton, 590.
Aldeberge, William de, parson of Ea-

therling, 649.
Aldeburch, 607.
Aldeburgh, 601.

Thomas de, 187.

Aldebiirghfeld, 449.
Aldeburth, Suff., 546.
Aldebury, Surrey, 547.

William de, rector of More, 375.

Alfleholt, Godefr' de, i.

Aldely, Norf., 226.

Alderford, Edmund de, 187, 251.

John, 180.

Aldermerston, William, prior of Per-

shore, 687.
Aldersheihe, Geoffrey de, 41.

Warine de, 41.

Alderton, Salop, 385, 470.
Aides wrthe, Richard de, 370.
Aldliam, John de, of Little Walding-

feld, 525.

Rose de, 526.

Thomas, 460, 525.

Walter de, 526.



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