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"John Chadwicke and Anthony Goodwyn in Rawmarsh.

Richard Washington and Darcey Washington de Adwick sup.

Strabone.

Feet of Fines Michaelmas Term, 1649.

INQUISITIONS POST MORTEM
CALENDARIUM INQUISITIONUM POST MORTEM

Vol 2 1808.

Latin Page 41 Fifth year of Edward HI. Number 14,
Geoffrey Power of Sutton for his son Robert and William
Goodwin of Sutton.

Sutton II acres of arable land and 4 acres of meadow in the
same place. Bedford.

Page 53. Sixth year of Edward HI. Number 100.

William Goodwin of Muchelney for the Abbot and Convent
of Muchelney.

Muchelney and Ilemynystre 2 messuages, 33 acres of arable
land, 9 acres of meadow and 8 shillings of rental. Somerset.



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ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.



Page 70 Tenth year of Edward III. Number 2

William Goodwyn of Sutton.

Sutton 16 acres of arable land etc. Bedford.

Page 211. Escheat from the thirty second year of Edward
III. Number 93.

William Goodwin, clerk, and others for the Abbot and Convent
of Saint Augustine, Canterbury,



Kenyngton ^

Chistelet I

Sutton

Sellynge next Chilham

Littlebourn

Canterbury Court

Ripple Manor

Wingham lands etc.

Ripple y

Dodinghale

Langport next Canterbury

Chilham



y Divers lands etc.

J



1^ Kent.



lands and tenements etc.
remainder to the same
William.



Vol. 3, 1828.

Page 24 3 Richard II, Number 88.

Thomas Goodwyn concerning the appraisement of his lands.

Quassingburgh and ) one messuage, 6 oxgangs arable ]
Hyghyngton j land and 2 cottages. f

Inquisition taken at Chemsford 9 August, 2 and 3 of Philip
and Mary after the death of William Goodwyn Esq. who on the
day of his death was seized &c. of the manor of Bounes with
its appurtenances in Bocking in the county of Essex, now in
the tenure and occupation John Osbourne, and of certain pastures
or closes in Bocking and Gosfylde &c. with appurtenances called
Knight's Field, Middlefield, Netherfield, Overstoutly?, and Brad-
feld, lately in the tenure of James Dunbabem and now of John



INQUISITIONS POST MORTEM. 1 1 27

Lillye &c. one tenement with its appurtenances in Bocking called
Lyons, with twenty acres of land with the same tenement leased,
twelve acres of land in Bocking called Little Lyons, late in the
tenure of Alice Spurge widow, and certain closes of land in
Bocking called Reynolds Welde, Master Clarkes Welde, two
crofts lately John Clarks, Mulphesdon, Parkes land Chalce
Croft Osterford Brounes Inham Cockerell's land, one piece of
ground by Pryllesgrove and Hallywell Welde, now in the several
tenures and occupations of Thomas Bere and John Osbourne,
and one piece of meadow in Bocking called Cowlease, now in
the tenure of Robert Whyte, and one tenement in Le Church
Street in Bocking, in the tenure of of Richard Blagge, and two
crofts of land in Bocking now or late in the tenure of Henry
Osbourne, and one tenement in Church Street Bocking, in the
tenure of Thomas Myxouer, and two little crofts of land in
Bocking in the tenure of Thomas Pygrome, and one messuage
or mansion at Bocking End, with the appurtenances, called
Goodwin's Place, in the tenure of Thomas Warde, and one
tenement in Bocking End now or late in the tenure of Thomas
Spurge, and one tenement in Bocking End nor or late in the
tenure of Christopher Smith, and one tenement in Bocking End,
in the tenure of William Whythedd, and three parts of divers
lands and tenements subsequently into five parts to be divided,
viz. one tenement called Pyrles in Bocking, in the tenure of Mary
Osbourne, widow, one tenement in Church Street in Bocking,
in the tenure of Stephen Valle, one tenement in Bradford Street
in Bocking, in the tenure of Thomas Nocke, one tenement in
Bradford Street now or late in the tenure of George Hayes,
one tenement with the appurtenances in Brancktrye in the county
aforesaid, late in the tenure of Richard Stapulton, one shop there,
in the tenure of George Alliston, two shops together lying in
Brancktrye, in the tenure of Robert Hurrell, one tenement there
late in the tenure of John Tayler, one shop there in the tenure
of Thomas Williams, one shop there in the tenure of William
Saunders, one parcel of meadow called Hosterford's Hoppes, in
Stysted in said county, now or late in the tenure of John Pryor,
one tenement called Hawkins with the appurtenances, in Felsted



1 1 28 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

in said county, now or late in the tenure of Thomas Bruer, also
four tenements lying together in Wryttell in the said county,
now or late in the tenure of Thomas Parker, one tenement
there now or late in the tenure of John Kyng, two tenements ly-
ing together there now or late in the tenure of Richard Assher,
and forty five acres of marsh land called Inmarsh, forty acres
of marsh land called Outmarsh in Mondon in the same county,
in a certain marsh there called Lyne Woods Marsh, now or late
in the tenure of of William Harres, Esq., thirty acres of marsh
there called Cadnowes marsh, lying and being in Mondon, now
or late in the tenure of Henry Yarryngton.

And the jurors further declare on their sacred oath that the
said William Goodwyn of the said manor and other premises
with the appurtenances being seized on the twenty third day of
November 1554 made and declared his last Will and Testament
in writing in English words here following — In the name of
God Amen — I William Goodwyn of the parish of St Mary
Magdalen in Barmondsey in the County of Surrey &c. &c. My
body to be buried in the parish church above named. I give
and bequeath all my grounds, lands and tenements unto my wife
Elyn Goodwyn, whom I also will name and appoint my sole
Executrix requiring her that she see my children to be vir-
tuously brought up, providing always for them as becometh
a good mother &c.

Wit: Raffe Dodmere, John Lewysse, clerk, Arthur Yelderd.
Simon Medcalfe, William Bawdwyn, Mistress Anne Blounte,
Mistress Trysher.

And the jury say that the said manor of Bownes and the
said parcel called Hosterford Hoppes with the appurtenances are
held in socage of Roger Wentworth Esq. &c as of his manor of
Bocking &c. &c.

The said William died the last day of November last past
and Thomas Goodwyn is his son and next heir and was of the
age of eight years the Eleventh day of December last past.
From Wards and Liveries, Inquisitions Post Mortem,
Philip & Mary, vol. 7, no. 67.



INQUISITIONS POST MORTEM. 1 1 29

Inquisition taken at Bakewell, county Derby, ly October, 14
James I, (i6i6j before George Wigsall esq., Escheater, on the
death of William Goodwin late of Monyashe, county Derby,
yeoman, on the oaths of Francis Burton, Francis White, Henry
Hayward, George Rushton, John Sheldon, Robert Blackwall,
John Newton, Robert Micocke, Ralph Orme, Thomas Innocent,
Robert Buxton, and Henry Peneston, jurymen.

Said William held one messuage and 12 acres of land in Mony-
ashe. He died December 20, 9 James I, (1611) at Monyashe.
Richard Goodwyn of Monyashe, yeoman, is son and heir, aged
50 years at his father's death.

Inquisitions Post Mortem, 14 James I, f^art 14, no. 167.

Inquisition taken at Woodbridge, county Suffolk, 29 October,
14 (4?) James I, 1606, on the death of John Goodwyn late of
Estbarghelt, county Suffolk. Jurymen. Robert Atherton, Tho.
Atherton, John Keble, gent., Jolin Pearse of Eston, Robt. Deave
and others. The said John Goodwyn held certain lands etc. in
Suffolk late of Robert W^yles, gent., Henry Hubbard, Elizabeth
Smyth, widow. Said John Goodwyn died 10 May, 42 Elizabeth,
(1600J at Estbargholt, leaving John (joodwin aged 13 at his
father's death as son and heir. Mentions also Daniel Goodwin
brother of the said John junior. (Original in Latin)

Inquisitions Post Mortem, 3 Charles I, part 3, no. 60.

Inquisition taken at Petworth county Sussex. 17 July, 3 Charles
I. (1627) on the death of Edward Goodwyn Esq: John Michell,
Ric. Yates. William Ayer. Richard Utringer, Nich. Alderton,
Edw. Peachye, Wm. Westrey, Wm. Utendwick, Anthony Lick-
fold, Arthur Levett, Thomas Hunt, John Page and Ric. Knowles.
Gent. — Jurymen. Said Edward Goodwyn held certain lands etc.
in Eastgrinsted county Sussex, late of Wm. Gillett, Wm. Ledger,
Nicholas Withier, Thomas Bugden, Robert Cole Abraham Lul-

lingden, Partridge, Theophilus Duffield, George Harrison,

Wm. Gillett, Edward Ley, and John Harman ; and 17 February
1626 made his last Will and Testament, in which he mentions.
"My [eldest] son Robert." "My [eldest] daughter Dorothy
Goodwin" "My youngest daughter Anna Goodwin," "My son



113° ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

Benjamin." Said Edward Goodwyn died 21 February 1627 leav-
ing said Robert aged twenty one years, at his father's death, as
his next heir.

[Then follows a list of the lands, of whom held and by what
rent services etc].

[Original in Latin]
Note This Inquisition was taken on the 17 July. 3 Charles I.
(1627) but not delivered till 19 February 14 Charles I. (1638-9.)
Inquisitions Post Mortem, 14 Charles I, part 2 no. 122.

Inquisition taken at Alesbury county Bucks, 21. July, 11
Charles I. (1635) on the death of Francis Goodwyn Knt. Jury-
men being', Thomas Gardner, gent., John Knight, William
Summer, Richard B. * * * wyn, Edward Rose, John Forrest,
William Fryer, Henry Stratford, Richard Lamborne, Robert
Piddington, Richard Sergeant. Thomas Rydgell, William Ryce,
Joseph Hartwell, John Oliffe, Thomas Bowden, John Scarlett,
Francis Foster and W™. Derby Mentions John Goodwyn Knt.
father of the said Francis Goodwyn as holding the manor of
Waddesdon and certain lands in Bucks, late possessions of the
Marquis of Exeter and by indenture (dated 21. June 16 Eliza-
beth (1574) between John Goodwyn Knt. on the one part and
Richard Baker Knt. on the second part and John Goodwyn Esq.
son and heir apparent of the said John Goodwyn Knt. on the
third part in consideration of a marriage between the said John
Goodwyn son, and Anna Baker, daughter of the said Richard
Baker; now Lady Anna Sandes widow) conveyed the same to
the said Richard Baker, to the use of the said John Goodwyn
Knt. for his life and after his death to the use of the said Anne,
for term of her life and after her death to the use of the said
John (son) and his lawful ifsue male, and in default of such
issue to the use of the said Francis Goodwyn and his ifsue male,
and in default to the use of John Goodwyn (father) and his
ifsue male, and in default to his right heirs for ever. John
Goodwyn (son) died in the life-time of his father without ifsue
male, and John Goodwyn (father) afterwards died said Anna sur-
viving. By Indenture dated 23. April 16. James I. (1618.)
Between said Francis Goodwyn part i Richard Wenman then
Knt. now Lord Viscount Wenman, Thomas Denton, Edward
Woodward Esq. and John Lane gent, part 2 said Francis Good-



I



LAY SUBSIDIES. II3I

wyn (in consideration of a marriage between Arthur Goodwyn
Esq. son and heir apparent of the said Francis ; and Jane Wen-
man daughter of the said Richard Wenman and for. £1500 (mar-
riage portion of the said Jane for her hfe) conveyed certain
premises in Bucks, to his son Arthur and his if sue male (after
the death of the said Francis Goodwyn and Lady EUzabeth his
wife, then hving). Thomas Bowden and Thomas Smith tenants
of certain portions of the said premises.

[Very long and in Latin.]
Inquisitions Post Mortem, 11 Charles I, part 2 no. 128.

Inquisition taken at Eye, county Suffolk, 16 December, 14
Charles I, 1638 on the death of Thomas Goodwyn Esq. Held
certain lands in Sussex to his issue male by Dorothy late his
wife. Last will and testament dated 23 January 11 Charles I.
(1635-6) He died at Stoneham, county Suffolk, 3 April, 14
Charles I (1638). Ambrose Goodwyn son and heir, aged 30
years and more.

Inquisitions Post Mortem, 14 Charles I, part 3 no. 80.

Inquisition taken at Gippin county Suffolk, 5 September, 15
Charles I, (1639) on the death of William Goodwyn gent., He
held certain lands in Alderton, county Suffolk, late of Geoffrey
Haughsen. He married Maria Hovell daughter of Richard
Hovell of Hillington, county Norfolk, senior, esq. 20 June, 6
James I, (1603) at Alderton. He died 10 September (1639) at
Alderton. John Goodwyn gent, brother and heir of the said
William aged 60 at his brother's death.

Inquisitions Post Mortem, 15 Charles I, part 4 no. 71.

LAY SUBSIDIES. ESSEX COUNTY.

Roll III, 513. Stansted. John Goodwin.

Walden. Annable Goodwin, widow.
Ill, 519. Stanted Mountfitchct. John Goodwin. 42
Elizabeth.
Clavering Hundred. No Goodwins.
Ill, 520. Horndon Robert Goodwin.

Orsett John Goodwyn
III, 522. Hornechurch Henry Goodwin 39 Elizabeth
Harwich Robert Goodwin



1



1 132 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS,

111, 525. Much Okeley Daniell Goodwin

Layer de la Haye Roger Goodwin.

112, 585. Barstable Hundred.

Horndon on the Hill.^ Robert Goodwin.
112, 604. Chelmsford Thomas Goodwin 1624.
112, 628. Chelmsford Thomas Goodwin 1629
112, 657. Springfield Thomas Goodwin, collector of sub-
sidies 1641.
112, Haningfield West. William Goodwin 1641.
112, 695. Chelmsford Isaac Goodwin 1664.

COMPOSITIONS FOR FIRST FRUITS.

9 March, 13 Elizabeth, 1570. Stanway, Essex. Chapel of
Alburgh. John Goodwyn. His bondsmen were Christopher
Barnishe of St. Mildred Breadstreet, skinner and William Stone
of St. Margaret, Friday Street, waxchandler.

20 November 1634. William Goodwin, clerk, compounds for
the first fruits of the Rectory of Stiberd, county Norfolk, the
bondsmen being William Palfrey of East Rainham in the said
county and Richard Godsalve of the same, gentleman.

DUCHY OF LANCASTER PAPERS.

Coole "of olde Goodwine for the farme of Certeine Lands
called Cokooes by yere iiis.

A° Regis Edw. sect f. 49* Whitfeld Robtus Hadlooke tenent
itm cert tero tenemt quondm Willi Goodwyn Jo p 7 ine

44 Elizabeth. Manor of Kirkton, Edward Goodwin for land
late John Broames 9d.

Whatfield W'illo Goodwyn & John Mascall 4 & 5 Edw. iiij.
Duchy of Lancaster, Miscellaneous Bundle 14/8.

Indenture made 6 September, 22 Elizabeth. Between Thomas
Goodwyn of Bocking in the countie of Essex, gent, first part
and Thomas Lodge of Chelmsford on the other part, yeoman.
Thomas Goodwyn has an annuity from the Queen out of her
manor of Mondon Hall, county Essex, of 26s. 8d. for ever.
Sells to Lodge for consideration of sum of money (not given^
Witnesses : Humfry Cordall and Bartholomewe Cordall.
Public Record Office. Duchy of Lancaster, Miscellaneous Booki.
No. "jy, folio 140, 3-28 Elizabeth.



DOMESDAY BOOK.



II33



DOMESDAY BOOK.
Goodwin lands in Essex County.



Held lands in
Burghesteda (Burstead)
Horninduna (Horndon)
Muchinga (Mucking)
Ridewella (Ridgwell)
Wicfort (Wickford)

Herlaua (Harlovv^)

Munduna (Mundon)

Wileia (Weeley)

Widemondefort (Wormingford)

Waldam

Hedingham (Hedingham)

Stanesteda (Stansted)

Parva Colun (Colne Engaine)

Dereleia (Ardleigh)

Walfaram

Colecestra (Colchester)

I house & 15 acres

5 houses & 12 acres



I


house


&


9


acres


I


house








I


house








2


houses


& 6


acres


I


house








3


acres








I


house








I


house


&


I


acre


I


house








I


house


&


10


acres


I


house









Godwin

Godwin a free man
Godwin cudhen
Godwin a free man
Godwin a theng of the

King
Godwin a free man
Godwin a king's theng
Godwin
Godwin

Godwin a free man
Godwin a free man
Godwin a free man
Godwin

Godwin the priest
Godwin the deacon

Godwin

Godwin wacheset and his

sons
Godwin
Godwin
Godwin
Godwin
Gold win
Godwin
Goldwin
Godwin
Godwin
Godwin
Godwin



folio
lib.

12
17b

28

42b

49
49b

51
66

80

83
88

88b

95l>
98b



104b



105



105b



Goodwin lands in Norfolk county.
Held lands in folio

Norwic (Norwich) Godwin the burgess 117

Cuidenham (Quidenham) Godwin the uncle of

Ralph the earl 127b



II34



ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.



Salla (Sail)

Saxthorp (Saxthorpe)
Losincham (Lessingham)
Pikenha (Pickenham)
Hikelinga (Hickling)
Kerdestuna (Kerdiston)
Sterestuna (Starston)
Pankesforda (Panxworth)
Suanetua (Swanton)
Markeshalla (Markshall)

Weswinic (West Winch)
Heveringalanda (Haveringland)
Faltorp (Felthorpe)
Topecroft (Topcroft)

Topecroft (Topcroft)



The lands of Godwin Haldein
Hailesduna (Hellesdon)
Nettinghetuna (Gnatingdon)
Stalham (Stalham)
Ronham ( Runham )
Torpelanda (Thorpland)



Godwin uncle of Ralph




the earl


131


Godwin


132b


Godwin the thegn


133b


Godwin


144b


Godwin a free man


148


Godwin


157


Godwin


186


Godwin


224


Godwin a free man


226b


Godwin a free man of




Stigand


230


Godwin a free man


231b


Godwin a free man


234


Godwin




Godwin a free man of




Gert


246


Godwin a free man, — half


of Edric's and half


of


St. Edmund's


246b




271




271b


Ailmar son of Godwin


272b


Ailmar son of Godwin


^7Z


Godwin a free man


274



PATENT ROLLS.

CALENDAR OF THE PATENT ROLLS IN THE RECORD OFFICE,
LONDON, REIGN OF EDWARD L

Printed 1893.

Page no. 12 Edward I, Membrane 18.

Jan. 21. Ludham. Protection with clause volumus, until
Michaelmas, for Thomas de Haddon and Baldwin his brother,
gone to the Court of Rome.

Letters for the said Thomas and Baldwin, nominating Thomas
de Bruneshull and John Godwyne, of Gyvele, their attorneys until
Michaelmas.



PATENT ROLLS. 1 135

Page 174. 13 Edward I, Membrane 15.
June 10, Westminster. Pardon to Master Reginald de Braun-
don, Master Hugh de Colingham ***** Thomas Godwyne
and WiUiam Seman, for going into the forest of Alresen the
third day after the fence month.

Page 348. 18 Edward I, Membrane 34.
March 10, Down Amney. Thomas de Haddon, going to
Ireland, nominating John Godwyne of Gyvele and John Page of
Dorcestre until Michaelmas.

Page 451 19 Edward I, Membrane i.
Nov. 12, Worcester. Exemption for life of Richard Godwyne
of Dodenham from being put upon assises, juries or recogniz-
ances.

CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS, EDWARD H.
Printed 1894.

Page 17. I Edward II, part i. Membrane 11.
Aug. 22, Cunmock. General pardon, at the instance of Aymer
de Valencia, the king's kinsman, to William Gondwyn of
Queynehawe. By p. s.

Page 2 Edward II, I'art 2 Membrane 13d.
Jan. 19, Windsor. Commission of oyer and terminer to W
de Bereford (&c) on complaint by John son of Reginald de Grey
that Walter de Huntyngfeld ***** Adam Godewyne (&c)
entered his manor at Holwell, county Hertford, broke the houses
thereof, carried away his goods (&c)

Page 173. 2 Edward II, Part 2, Membrane 3d.
June 29, Chester. Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph
de Hengham (&c) on complaint by Nicholas de Warrewyk that
that William Roger of Newenham ***** William Godwin
and John his son (&c) depastured the herbage of his meadow
at Burleye, county Warwick.

Page 352. 4 Edward II, part 2, Membrane 8.
June 20, Berwick-on-Tweed. Licence to John de Somersham,
to grant, in fee, to William Godewyn of Sutton, 8 acres of
land, 4 acres of pasture, and one acre of marsh in Sutton by
Bykeleswade, held in chief. By fine of 2 marks.



1 136 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

CALENDARIUM ROTULORUM PATENTIUM IN TURRI

LONDINENSI.
Printed 1802.

Latin Page 205.

First part of the patent rolls of the 5th year of King Edward
the Second.

Membrane 12. Full privileges were confirmed to the bur-
gesses Meldulfuens', which had been granted them by King
Athelstane for their aid next to the village of Norton against
the Danes, which privilege a certain Godwin who bore the King's
standard won for the burgesses, And let it be noted that
Wolfinus at that same time was King's Chancellor and Odo,
King's Treasurer.

CALENDAR PATENT ROLLS, EDWARD III 1327-1330.

Printed 1891.

page 2yy. 2 Edward III. Part i. Membrane 33d.
Feb. 8, York. Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de
Tyryngham (&c) on complaint by John de Morteyn that Robert
Underwode ***** Thomas Godwyne (&c) broke his park
at Mershton, county Bedford, and hunted therein (&c) ?

CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS, EDWARD III 1330-1334.

Printed 1893.

Page 125 5 Edward III, Part i. Membrane 4od.
Jan. 26, Waltham. Commission of oyer and terminer on com-
plaint by Henry de Bello Monte that John Talbot, knight,
William Motun, knight, ***** Thomas Godwin (&c) at
Whitewyk ***** broke his castle and the houses, walls (&c).

GREAT ROLL OF THE PIPE, 1189-1190.
printed 1844.

Page 26

De plac Galfri fit Petri, in Essex.

Id vie redd Comp de v.s.de Godwin fit Wulfvardi P tnsgss
assise y,P Wasto Et de.x.s. de Godwin de Moderlega.P. eod.
In thro lit i.II.tatt. Et quiet, est.



HUNDRED ROLLS. II37

Page 48
De Placitis Rogi fit Renfr 7 Sociorx eig in Sudfolch.
***** Zsic Godwin Nepos Gillti det dim.m. q n Pseqr.

Page 203
De His q' totu reddidert.

Sudhanteser'
Ric fit Sewate det dim.m.q retaxit se de applloe sua. Godwin
Nepos Willi fit Sericj det dim.m.p Falso clam Obit fit Willidet
dim.m.p.eod.

ROTULI HUNDREDORUM TEMP. HENRY HI

EDWARD I.

Volume I, printed 1812.

Latin Page 130. Membrane 8b.
Anno 4, Edward I. No. 3 Roll County York, Hovendeneshyr'.
Those who extorted money for releasing prisoners, &c. Item
Thomas de Metham bailifif of the bishop of Durham, took, in
the name of Robert de Stichehill bishop of Durham, from
Stephen Lorimerand Thomas de Haitfeld, Robert Thorp 5
marks and a half, and from John Godwyn, Thomas Amblur and
Peter Nurre, 17 shillings, 4 pence, and from William Ragge,
Ralph Dibald, Peter the son of Eve de Osgoteby and from
William Nuscebyd de Barchelby 11 shillings 8 pence, to release
them by a pledge of replevin anno R.H.I.

Page 225. Membrane 8b.

Anno 3 Edward I, Roll Hundred. County Kent.

City of Rochester.

Item John Potyn, bailifif, by his official authority broke into

the house of Godwin who lives under the King's protection and

broke open the door of his chamber and took one ferret used

for taking rabbits of the value of one half a mark and carried

away against the will of the said Godwin.

Page 302. Membrane i

Anno 3 Edward I, Roll Hundred. Lincoln No. 15.
This inquisition is made in the wapentake of Hul.
Among the jurors is "Johannes filius Godwyni."



1 1 38 ENGLISH GOODWIN FAMILY PAPERS.

Page 380. Membrane 5
Anno 4 Edward I. Roll Hundred. Lincoln No. 2.
Welle Wapintak.
They charge that John de Marton King's coroner took of
chattels of William Godwyn feloniously for his own use 4 ™' s.
They even charge that Thomas de Boulton, sheriff of Lincoln,
took from Thomas Purcel accused by Watterum de Veer of
homicide to let him go under a bond of 40 shillings.

Page 447 Membrane 2.

Anno 3 Edward L Roll Hundred. Norfolk Bundel 2.

Hundred de Fourhove.

Hamo, bailiff of the hundred, took from Richard ad Eccam,

Richard ad Moram, John Husebonde, Gilbert Molendinario,

William Bercario, Godwin, and John Eeverard under a

false pretext where they are to give back to whatever leet the
bailiff of the hundred please that he may not harass them * * * *
who at that time paid the aforesaid Hamo one half a mark.

Page 436 Membrane 2
Anno 3 Edward L Roll Hundred. Norfolk. Bundel i.

Hundred de Suthgrenehowe.
Item, the said Philip (beadle) harrassed Basilia, daughter of
Godwin by charging her with theft when innocent and took
from her 20 pence.

Page 450 Membrane 3.
Anno 3 Edward L Roll Hundred. Norfolk. Bundel 2.

Hundred de Thaverham.
Item, they charge that William le Pottere and William
Horner, John the son of Robert, Godwin Herman, Roger Horn,
Hervey le Gos, William the son of Godwyn and Nicholas de
Herman de Feldthorp carried away and destroyed the common
pasture of the Lord King by which is called Fremar.

Page 451.
Item, they charge that Roger Cobet took by command of the
King's Sherriff two horses of William, son of Godwyn de
Horsford and retained them until he had paid the aforesaid
King's Sherriff one half mark.



BRAINTREE PARISH RECORDS. II39

BRAINTREE CHURCH WARDENS ACCOUNTS.
Churchwardens the xxviij Day of Apreyll A° (1581?)
Wyllm maynard Thomas Wylbor

Receyved of the churchwardens the last of aprell

In mony of John mott mark mott xxxi** vii*^

a dead of the to tennements soweld to the good man
grygs whych he hath nowe bylded on

a Dead an Indenture from the good man gooddaye
to mr Carstowe for the exchange of a pease of land
as aperethe

a dead of the almas howsses yn the hyde
purchassed by the good man gooddaye from good man
(torn) gooddaye

a copye of the aim showses yearde by the hyde

a copye of the almeshowse grove a lease of the
same mad to the widow harrys.



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