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Registrum Collegii exoniensis. Register of the rectors, fellows, and other members on the foundation of Exeter college, Oxford. With a history of the college and illustrative documents online

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cognoverint esse factum ipsorum Ricardi et Johanna uxoris ejus citra
festum nativitatis S. Johannis Baptiste proxime futurum post datum
presencium, Quod tunc dictum scriptum obligatorium pro nullo
habeatur: sin autem, in suo robore permaneat et effectu. In testi-
monium premissorum partes suprascripte sigilla sua alternatim
apposuerimus. Hiis testibus Willelmo Dagvyle tunc majore ville
Oxon, Johanne Clerk Johanne Seman tunc ejusdem ville aldermannis,
Willelmo Plompton et Ricardo Warton tunc ipsius ville ballivis et
multis aliis. Datum Oxon die et anno supradictis (20 Ap. 1475).

Hoc presens scriptum indentatum recognitum fuit per Ricardum
Spraget et Johannam uxorem ejus coram Willelmo Dagvile majore
die lune xii die Junii anno regni regis infrascripti xv^. Et sic irro-
tulaiur in Rubro libro inter Recorda anni illius folio cxxvii".

(4) Thomas Pate, son and heir of Richard Pate, gave Catstreet
tenement to Exon. Coll. 22 H. VIII (i 530-1). Richard Pate was
bedell (Turner 22).

In winter 1531 10s was received from Catstrete. In Nov. 1560
* our house in Catstrete with a small one next to it was let to
M. Baylye IM.D. for 63 years'; and in autumn 1566 Baylye pays 14J
as a year's rent for the 2 houses.

Peyntour's Hall.

Peyntour's hall (called Culver hall in Henry IV's time) came to
Exeter College in 1478 with these title deeds. John de Bereford
(Wood's City i. 359) gave it to Henry INIalmesbury, who left it 1361
to Alice his wife, 'without north gate, near to Gose Court on the
south.' On 18 Aug. 1407 John Abel gave John Sutton and Alice
his wife a messuage called Peyntour hall or Culver hall, in S. Giles'
street, between the tenement once belonging to John Hartwell on the
north and the tenement called Gosecourt once belonging to John
Bereford on the south, which messuage Abel lately had from the
feoffment of John Southam ; given at the Hundred outside the north
gate. On 30 Ap. 1421 John and Alice Sutton grant to their son
Stephen their tenement in the North Hundred, lying between the
garden of Thomas Daggevill on the south and the tenement of Joim
Spiccr senior on the north, except a shop with a chamber over it on



REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 297

the north of the tenement, which they reserve for their Hves, with
access to the fountain in the tenement for drawing water ; Stephen to
have the reversion of the shop with all belonging to the ' bracina '
there. On 5 Feb. 143 a- Stephen grants the tenement and reversion
to William Thomas of Abberbury, Oxon. On 6 Feb. 143" William
Thomas alias Thomlyn granted it to John Bailly mason of Oxford ;
witnesses W. Brampton mayor, Robert Tretherf and Robert Watford
bailiffs, T. Coventre, W. Herbfeld, T. Daggeville, J. North aldermen
etc. On 8 Mch 1445 Bailly granted it to John Say Esq., William
Brown [? Brome], William Bruges, and Walter Baron ; but on 16 Jan.
145I Bailly granted it to Nicholas Robyns brewer of Oxford; and on
17 Jan. William Brome of Halton [Holton, Visit. Oxon. 104, 230] in
Oxon gentleman quitclaimed to Robyns at Halton. On 12 Feb. i46i
Robyns granted it to Richard Andrew, James Andrew, and John
Harrys. On 6 Mch 147!^ James Preston clerk and John Harrys
bedell granted it to the Rector and Scholars of Exon College, * which
we lately had jointly with Richard Andrewe clerk now dead ' ; and on
the same day they named John Stapulhille and John Bradeston their
attorneys to deliver seisin ; on 8 Mch Robyns and his wife Agnes
quitclaimed; while on i Ap. 1478 the College granted Robyns and
his wife for their lives a 'Parlour sette on the north side of the
tenement of the College in which Robyns now dwelleth, with all from
the hay dore into the fylde, and with 2 palasses with all w-ithin them,
beryng yerely therfor at the fest of Seynt John Baptist a rede rose.'
An indenture follows, 30 Nov. 1478, between John Orell rector and
Nicholas Gosse chancellor of Exeter, who gave £15 for the purchase,
by which the College is to spend 13J ^d on the day of his obit
annually. Lastly on 28 Jan. 148I Edmund Gille grants Thomas
Ruer rector, and the scholars, a garden in S. Giles.

Garden.

Leave of a garden and stable from Robert Roper, Master of Baliol,
and the fellows, to John Neale, Rector of Exeter College, and the
fellows, 19 Mch 156I; adjoining the Divinity School on the north,
and abutting to Exeier College wall on the west, with Brasenose lane
on the south, and abutting upon Baliol and Exeter Schools on the
east; from Ladyday 1581 (at the expiring of a lease to Mr. John
Lewes), for 41 years, at a rent of 20s, and a fine of 3J 4</ for every
time they neglect necessary repairs, and Exeter shall not make any
bowling allee or tennisse court which may be noisome to students, or



298 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE.

any hogsty or dunghill or any other filthy savour. If the University
should build schools on this ground by virtue of any commandment
of the Queen or her successors during the lease, Exeter is to pay such
rent for the remaining part as four honest men, two for either party,
determine.

Exchange 6 Oct. 1572 of 3 garden grounds belonging to Baliol, in
the occupation of Walter Bailie BI.D., Garbrand Harks, and Richard
Hanson, lying west of School Street [as above], for a messuage and
garden, lately occupied by Thomas Kerialls doctor of law, lying north
of the way that leads from Baliol to Magdalen church, on the west of
the wall of Baliol, and on the east of certain Baliol tenements ; but
Hanson is to hold for the remainder of his lease, on which the rent
of 2S 6d is reserved; and Exeter grants Baliol a rent of 12s 6d,
issuing out of a house in Magdalen parish, now occupied by John
Sommersbye, with power of distraint on that house ; Witnesses ^
William Germin, Jasper Best, John Roscarrocke, Trevenor Ros-
carrocke, William Connocke, William Kyrckham. A Bond of £200
is attached from Adam Squire, Master of Baliol, to Robert Newton,
Rector of Exeter, to secure observance of the conditions.

Carole Hall.

(i) I William Blauet of Oxford senior and Dyonisia my wife have
given to Ralph de Nottingham cordwainer Oxford a mesuage near the
land which Osbert le Cutiller once held in the parish of S. Peter in
the West, Oxford ; which mesuage William our son once held, Et
acquietavit pro nobis de Judaismo Oxon, at a rent of 8s to Richard
our son. For this grant Ralph has given 3 marks of silver to us and
7 to Richard. Hiis testibus Galfrido de Stokwell, Petro filio Toroldi,
Philippo molendinario, Henrico filio Henrici, Thoma filio Walteri
Pentecost, Adam Cruste, Hugone Fane, Thoma Cruste, Johanna
de Kingestun, Laurencio With, Willelmo de Lisewis, Laurencio Log,
Simone fratre eius, Hagone le Cordwaner, Johanne Mazelin, Willelmo
Londun, Milone de Kokesham, Willelmo de Mildecumbe clerico
et aliis (1230 or 1240). Seal i. S(igillum) Will. Blevet (round
8-spoked star or wheel). Seal 2. S(igillum) Dionisie Blavet (round
sheaf or thunderbolt).

* William Gcnnyn was M.A. Ex. Coll. 1572 ; John Rosc.inock, B.A. (probably
V.\. Coll.) 1577 ; Trevenor Uoscarrock wns son of Richard Roscarrock by Isabel d.
and coh. of Richard Trevenor (Visit. Corn. 400, and see 93 for \\'illiani Connock).
See Wood's Cily i. 112 for Baliol i)roi)erly lieic, Sava{,'e's Ltalliofirgus pp. 34, So.



REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 299

(2) Dionisia widow of William Blauet confirms the grant to Ralph de
Notingham of the land between the land of Philip de Lcycestre baker
and the land of Geoffrey de Heynesh baker in S. Peter's in the
West, at a rent of ^s : for this, Ralph gave her 20s in garsunima.
Witnesses Laurence Wyth mayor, Adam Feteplace and John Curcy
bailiffs, Peter Fitztorald, John With, N. de Kingeston, William
... , Henry cordwaner, Henry Lisewis, Robert Bonvalet,
Walter de INIideltun, Robert clerk and others (124 1-2).

(3) I Dyonisia Carpin widow have granted to Philip de Leycestre
baker the land and buildings which are on the east next to the
land of Adam Feteplace in the parish of S. Peter's in the West,
at the rent of a penny at Easter to me, and to Adam Feteplace 7^,
and to Lady Mabilia de Bildewyk 3^ and breugavel. For this Philip
gave me 20s for my great affair. Witnesses Laurence Wyth mayor,
Adam Fitz Walter and J. Curcy bailiffs, N. de Kingestun, W. Lowdin,
R. persona, Roger Noif, J. Achard, Simon de London, Robert clerk
and others (i 241-2).

(4) I Dionisia widow of W. Blauet of Oxon have quitclaimed to
Ralph de Notingham cordwainer my right in the land between the
land of P. de Leycestre baker and the land of Geoffrey de Heynesh
baker in the parish of S. Peter's in the West, reserving a rent of 7^-.
Witnesses Laurence Wyth mayor, Adam FitzWalter and J. Curcy
bailiffs, Peter FitzTorold, Laurence Log, Adam Crust, N. de
Kingeston, W. Lowdin, Hugh cordwainer, H. Lisewis, Robert
Bonvalet, Walter de Mideltun, Robert clerk and others (i 241-2).

(5) Ego Dyonisia que fui uxor Willelmi Blauet senioris concessi
et hoc presenti scripto confirmavi et me fide mea adhibita spontanea
uoluntate mea obligavi Radulpho de Notingham cordewanerio Oxon.
sub pena decem librarum eidem sine contradiccione et dilacione
reddendarum si transgrediar, quod nunquam movebo eidem Radulpho
vel heredibus suis questionem vel calumpniam de illo mesuagio
cum pertinenciis quod Willelmus Blauet filius meus aliquando tenuit
iuxta terram quam Osebertus le Cutiler aliquando tenuit in parochia
S. Petri occidentalis Oxon., quod quidem mesuagium idem Willelmus
acquietavit pro nobis de Judaismo Oxon. sub hac forma, scilicet quod
volo quod hec sit mea super hec ultima voluntas nullo modo revo-
canda, quod si contigerit me aliquo motu vel consilio aliorum vel
proprio contra istam obligacionem venire, quod nullam habeam
personam standi in iudicio nee per me nee per procuratorem, scilicet
quod exiudicata semper permaneam quousque eidem Radulpho de



300 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE.

predictis decern libris nomine pene satisfecero et de custu quern
apposuerit in eiusdem pene acquisitione, dato manente iure eiusdem
Radulphi in eodem mesuagio per cartas quas inde habuerit et ad hec
omnia fideliter et sine dolo tenenda subieci me sponte districcioni
Baillorum Oxon. et iurisdiccioni Decani Oxon. qui pro tempore
fuerint, ad me compellandum ad omnia prescripta observanda, renun-
ciando privilegio fori et appellacioni et cavillacioni et excepcioni et
omni iuris remedio et Curie Regie prohibicioni et omni impetracioni
et consilio et auxilio unde prescripta possint aliquatenus infirmari, et
In huius rei testimonium huic scripto patenti sigillum meum apposui.
Hiis testibus Thoma Cruste Ada Crusle Laurencio Log Simone Log
Johanna Pille Milone de Cokesham Willelmo de Mildecumb clerico et
aliis (? 1242) S(igillum) Dionisie Elavettes.

(6) I J. Blouet have granted and quitclaimed to Ralph de Noiinge-
ham *]s of rent which Ralph pays to Dyonisia my mother for the land
between the land once belonging to P. the baker and the land once
belonging to Osbert le Cutiller in S. Peters in the West, reserving only
a penny at Michaelmas. For this grant Ralph gave me 6 marks.
Witnesses N. de Stoke well mayor, W. le Seinter and Geoffrey son of
Geoffrey the goldsmith bailiffs, Laurence Wyth, Hugh son of Philip
cordwainer, Ralph de Graundpunt, Laurence Log, William Loudin,
Robert Bonvallet, Adam Ornfer (' Crust ' Wood), N. de Kingestun
and others (1246-7).

(7) I N. son of R. le Bone^ of Oxford have granted and quit-
claimed to T. le Macoun of Oxford and Elena his wife my sister my
messuage in S. Peter in the West between the messuage of J. de
Falleye on the east, and the messuage of T. de Pyrie and Joan his
wife on the west. Witnesses W. de Burncestre mayor, R. Carye and
J. de Bischopeston bailiffs, H. de Lenne, J. de Colushull, W. Pennarth,
J. Culverd, Reginald Yve, W. de Eynesham, J. de Aston clerk and
others. Oxford, Friday after the Translation of S. Thomas the Martyr
9 Edward II (11 July 1315).

(8) I Alice d. of Ralph de Nolingham have granted to Elena my
sister my share in a messuage in S. Peter in the West, between the
messuage of J. dc Falleye on the east, and the messuage of T. de
Pyrie and Joan his wife on the west ; witnesses W. de Burncestre

' Richard le Bone married Elena, d. of Ralph de Notin{,'hani, and had 2 children,
Nicholas, and Elena who married Tliomas le Macoun. Thomas le Masun married
Margery and had 2 children, Alice and Matilda: Tiiomns m. {2) A^^ncs and had
2 children, Ricliard and Cristina.



REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 301

mayor, R. Gary and J. de Byschopeston bailiffs, H. de Lenne,
W. Pennarth, J. Culverd, W. de Eynesham, J. de Aston and others.
Oxford, Friday after the Translation of S. Thomas the IMartyr 9 Edw. II
(11 July 1315).

(9) I Elena widow of R. le Bonn of Oxford have granted to T. le
Macoun a messuage in S. Peter's in the West between the messuage
of Isolda de Weston widow of J. de Weston on the north and the
messuage of Emma widow of J. de Oseneye on the south. Witnesses
W. de Burncestre mayor, R. Gary and J. de Byschopeston bailiffs,
J. de Dokelingtone, H. de Lenne, W. Pennarth, J. Gulverd, W. de
Eynesham, W. de Perye, J. de Aston clerk and others. Oxford,
(? Tuesday) next before Feast of S. INIargaret the Virgin (9) Edw. II
(8 July 1 315).

(10) I Elena widow of R. le Bone have granted to T. le jNIacoun
and Elena my daughter his wife my messuage in S. Peter in the West,
between the messuage of J. de Falleye on the east and the messuage
of T. de Pyrie and Joan his wife on the west. If they die without heirs,
then to my son N. Witnesses W. de Burncestre mayor, R. Gary and
J. Byschopeston bailiffs, J. de Dokelington, H. de Lenne, W. Pennarth,
J. Gulverd, Roger Mymekan, W. de Eynesham, J. de Aston clerk and
others. Oxford, Tuesday before S. Margaret the Virgin 9 Edw. II
(8 July 1 31 5).

(11) We Thomas le Macoun and Elena my wife have granted to
Elena Bone for her life a messuage in S. Peter in the West, between
the messuage of J. de Falleye on the east and that of T. de Pyrie
and Joan his wife on the west, at a rent of a penny on S. John
Baptist's day, we doing the repairs. Witnesses W. de Burncestre
mayor, R. Gary and J. de Byschopeston bailiffs, H. de Lenne,
Roger Mymekan, J. Gulverd, Reginald Yve, W. de Eynesham, J. de
Aston clerk and others. Oxford, feast of S. James the Apostle
9 Edw. II (25 July 1 31 5).

(12) I Elena Dewy of Oxford have quitclaimed to T. le Masun and
Margery his wife, Alice daughter of T. le Masun and Matilda sister
of Alice, for all actions and demands &c. for a transgression against
me for which I had a royal Breve against them. Seal of Dean of
Ghristianity at Oxford. Oxford, the feast of S. Vincent the mart}T
A.P. 1 31 5, 9 Edw. II (22 Jan. 131I).

(13) We Robert de Grundon cissor of Oxford and Alice my wife
have granted to T. le Macoun half of our stone wall between our two
tenements, viz. the half nearer his tenement, our tenements being in



302 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE.

S. Peter in the West. Witnesses J. de Dokelington mayor, Robert
de Wattlington and J. Culverd bailiffs, H. de Lenne, Roger Mymekan,
Gilbert de \\'ynchecoumbe, W. de Eynesham, J. de Aston clerk and
others. Oxford, Sunday before the Nativity of the Virgin lo Edw. II
(5 Sep. 1316).

(14) I John son of Philip de Ew have granted to John son of
Thomas de Durham of Oxford a messuage in the Little Bailey in
S. Peters in the West, between the tenement of the Hospital of S. John
on the south and the tenement of the same John son of Thomas on
the north. For this he gave me 20 marks. Witnesses W. de
Burncestre mayor, R. Gary and Gilbert de Grensted bailiffs, J. de
Dokelinton, Andrew de Pyrie, J. de Coleshull, H. de Lenne, Roger
Mymekan, J. Culverd, T. Somer, J. de Loughteburgh, T. clerk and
others. Oxford, Friday the morrow of the Conception of the Virgin
II Edw. II (9 Dec. 13 1 7).

(15) I N. Bone of Oxford have quitclaimed to T. le Mason and
Agnes his wife a messuage in S. Peter in the West beween the
tenements of J. de Fallee on either side. Witnesses J. de Dokelyngton
mayor, Andrew de Wormenhale and J. de Gonewarderby bailiffs, W. de
Burcestre, R. Gary, W. Pennard, J. Culverd, Nigel de Godwynston,
R. le Hoppe, Hugh Tychmersli, T. de Legh clerk and others. Oxford,
I Feb. 15 Edw. II (i Feb. 132^^),

(16) We T. le Mason and Agnes my wife have granted to N. Bone
our house in S. Peter in the West between our tenements on both
sides, for his life. Witnesses J. de Dokelyngton mayor, Andrew de
Wormenhale and J. de Gonewarderby bailiffs, Walter Aylmer, N. de
Glecton, Roger Pyron, T. de Legh clerk and others. Oxford,
6 Feb. 15 Edw. II (6 Feb. 132^).

(17) I Philip son of J. de Eo have quitclaimed to J. de Durham
in a messuage in S. Peter in the Baily called Karolehalle ^ and other
lands and tenements which J. de Durham has in the city and suburbs.
Witnesses R. Gary mayor, H. de Stodle and J. Blundel bailiffs, W. de
Burcestre, Andrew de Wormenhale, Simon de Gloucestre, J. Culverd,
Peter de Eu, J. de Langrisshe clerk and others. Oxford, Sunday after
S. Dyonisius 6 Edw. Ill (11 Oct. 1332).

' Wood's City i. 206 ' la Carol Hall reddit per annum 40^ ' (temp. Edward II) :
the antieiitest mention is in a comjilaint of a clerk thereof, i 2 Kdward I {i 284)
against another for defaming him. Richard le Norcys of Hrehull (Hrill) conveyed
1.^25 to John de BrehuU and Isolda his wife ,V annual rent from it by the name of
a tenement of John Ikrhnni called Kami Hail.



REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 303

(18) We W. de Herdwyk and Agnes widow of T. le Mason,
executors of Thomas' will have granted to R. son of T. le Mason
a messuage for his part of the third part of the goods of his Hither
Thomas, according to the custom of England, in S. Peter in the Baily,
between the tenements of J. de Brehull on either side. If R. dies
without children, then to Cristiana his sister. Oxford, Sunday after
S. Katherine the Virgin 7 Edw. III. Witnesses W'. de Burncestre
mayor, J. Blundel and Stephen de Adynton bailiffs, H. de Stodleye,
J. de Gonewardby, Peter de Eu, N. de Pebbesbury, W. atte More, E. le
goldsmyth and others (28 Nov. 1333).

(19) I J. de Durham son and heir of Thomas de Durham of Oxford
have granted to M. John de Wyldelond and Joan his wife a messuage
called Carolehalle in S. Peter in the West in a street called le litle-
bailly between the tenement of the Hospital of S. John and a tene-
ment of J. de Durham. Witnesses H. de Stodelegh mayor, R. de
Selewode and J. Peggy bailiffs, J. de Norton, J. de Legh, Robert le
gryndere, J. Cosyn, T. de Legh clerk and others. Oxford i Sep.
12 Edw. Ill (i Sep. 1338).

(20) I Hugh de Saundresdon R. of S. Peter in the Baily have
granted to H. Rolf of Oxford and Joan his wife a messuage in S. Peter's
parish, between the tenement of the Fraternity of the Chantry of
S. Mary in All Saints church Oxford on the north, and the tenement
of the Hospital of S. John on the south. Witnesses J. de Stodle
mayor, W. Hunte and W. Bergaveny bailiffs, J. de Bedeford,
J. Hertwelle, R. Wodehay, N. de Thornele and others. Oxford,
12 Mch 36 Edw. Ill (12 Mch 136^).

(21) Thomas son of Thomas de Pydynton, and Alice his wife.
Joan widow of H. Rolfe [and previously widow of John de Wyldelond]
holds of us and of Alice's inheritance a messuage in S. Peter in the
Baily, in the Little Bailly between the tenement of the Hospital of
S. John on the south and the tenement of the Brothers of the Chantry
of S. Mary in All Saints church on the north, called Karolehall, at
a rent of 3J. Joan has paid us the rent for 40 years from IMichaelmas
next. Witnesses R. de \^'odeha}' mayor, J. de Wyndesore and T. de
Couele bailiffs, J. de Stodle, J. de Bedeford, J. de Hertwelle, J. Denham,
J. de Norhampton clerk and others. Oxford, i Aug. 37 Edw. Ill
(i Aug. 1363): acknowledged before the mayor and bailiffs at the
Hustings held Monday after S. James the Apostle 38 Edw. Ill (29 July
1364). Alice wife of Thomas son of Thomas consented.

(22) On 18 Sep. 1382, 6 Rich. II. I Joan Wildelond make my



304 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE.

will as follows . . I leave to my executors the messuage I live in
in S. Peters in the Baily, to sell, and with the money provide fit
chaplains in S. Peter's church to celebrate for my soul &c. ; item to
Alice daughter of W. Aunger a garden in S. Ebbe outside the little
gate towards the Friars Preachers on the Thames : item to Alice my
sister 2^ acres of meadow in a meadow behind Osneye. I appoint
J. Croydon, Robert Hasele and N. Kent executors. Witnesses Walter
Nettelham, N. Chipper and T. de Sarter (18 Sep. 1382): (she made
another will, see 2 Mch 138!).

(23) I N. Chipir parmunter of Oxford have quitclaimed to J. Croidon
executor of the will of Joan Wyldelend widow of H. Rolf of Oxford
all my right in a messuage in S. Peter in the Baily, in the South
Baily, in which Joan lived. Witnesses J. Gibbes mayor, T. Baret and
Peter de Welyngton bailiffs, W. Godeshale, W. Dagevyll, R. de Garston,
J. Hicks aldermen, J. Dadyngton, J. Northampton clerk and others.
Oxford, 3 Mch 8 Rich. II (3 Mch 138A).

(24) I John Croidon executor of Joan Wildelond widow of H. Rolf
have sold to Bartholomew Bysshop of Oxford tavener a tenement in
S. Peter in the Baily, in which Joan lived, called Carole hall in a street
called le Little Bailly between the tenement of the Hospital of S. John
on the south and a tenement of W. Codeshalle (formerly belonging
to J. de Durham son and heir of Thomas de Durham of Oxford) on
the north. Witnesses W. Dagevyll mayor, Alan Lekenesfeld and
Edmund Kenyon bailiffs, W. Codeshalle, J. Gibbes, R. de Garston,
J. Hickes aldermen, J. de Dadyngton, J. Lope, J. Page, J. North-
ampton clerk and others. Oxford, 3 I\Ich 9 Rich II (3 Mch isSf) :
Wood D. 2 p. 92 'from Bishop it seemeth it came to Thomas
Pedyngton.'

(25) Court of W. Dagevyll mayor Friday feast of S. Cedda 9
Rich. II. Will was proved of Joan Wyldelond widow of H. Rolf by
oath and witness of Walter Nettelham and Ralph Pakenhull, the lessor
as follows : 23 Nov. Monday the feast of S. Clement the Pope
A.D. 1383 7 Rich. II. I Joan Wyldelond widow of H. Rolf . . . leave
to Alice my sister a toft in S. Ebbe between a tenement of that church
on the west, and a garden once belonging to W. Couper on the east,
and 2 1 acres of meadow behind Oseney near the meadow of J. Shaw,
for Alice's life, and after her death my executors are to sell the toft
and 2 J acres for the good of my soul &c. And I leave to J. Croidon
. . . and (N.) Chipper my executors the tenement I live in in S. Peter
in the Baily, to sell I to pay chaplains for the same purpose : the said



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N. is to have a preference in buying on offering the same price as
others (2 Mch 138^).

(26) I N. Chipper skynncr have quitclaimed to Barlholomew
Bisschoppe of Oxford my right in a tenement in the Little Daily
formerly belonging to Joan Wyldelond which Bartholomew bought
of J. Croydon executor of Joan's will. Oxford, feast of All Saints
10 Rich II (i Nov. 1386).

(27) Ego Willelmus Gyngyure dedi concessi et hac presenti carta
mea confirmavi domino Willelmo Curtenay archiepiscopo Cantuariensi
et totius Anglie primati unum mesuagium cum omnibus edificiis et
pertinentiis suis in Oxon in Balliolo situatum inter mesuagium domine
Johanne Wyland ex parte orientali et mesuagium Henrici Schethore
ex parte occidentali. Quod quidem mesuagium cum edificiis et
pertinentiis suis predictis Walterus Burnom et Felicia uxor ejus tenent
ad terminum annoruni ex dimissione mea et Alicie nuper uxoris mee
jam defuncte, videlicet a festo S. Michaelis anno regni regis Ricardi
secundi quinto usque ad finem viginti annorum extunc proxime
sequencium, prout in quibusdam indenturis inde confectis plenius
continetur, et quod post terminum ilium ad me prefatum Willelmum
Gyngyure et heredes meos reverti deberet, volo et concedo per
presentes quod idem mesuagium cum edificiis et aliis pertinentiis
suis universis prefato archiepiscopo post terminum ilium remaneat,
Habendum et tenendum prefato archiepiscopo heredibus et assignatis
suis de capitalibus dominis feodi per servicia inde debita et consueta
imperpetuum. Et ego predictus Willelmus Gyngyure et heredes mei
predictum mesuagium cum edificiis et aliis pertinenciis suis universis
prefato archiepiscopo heredibus et assignatis suis et assignatis assig-
natorum suorum contra omnes gentes warantizabimus imperpetuum.
In cuius rei testimonium huic presenti carte mee sigillum meum
apposui. Datum in festo Translationis S. Martini anno regni regis
Ricardi secundi undecimo (4 July 1387).

(28) I William Gyngyure have given W. Curtenay archbp of
Cantorbury a mesuage in the Baily between the mesuage of Dame
Joan Wyland on the East and the mesuage of H. Schethere on the



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