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EX LIBRIS

JAMES KELSEY McGONIGA

^.,

^,y,eO' Med/ae^^/

LlEnARY

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THE AECHIVES IN THE

MUNIMENT ROOMS OP

ALL SOULS' COLLEGE

CATALOGUE

^^

^

OF

THE AECHIYES IN

THE MUNIMENT ROOMS OF

ALL SOULS' COLLEGE PREPARED BY

CHAELES TRICE MARTIN,

SPOTTISWOODE &

CO.,

F.S.A.

NEW-STKEET SQUARE, LONDON, 1877

E.G.

PEEFAOE. oj^c

The documents comprised

in the following Catalogue consist of the title

deeds and leases of the estates belonging to All Souls' College, with letters

and

papers referring

legal

to

them

charters of kings, and

;

injunctions of archbishops, with papers and correspondence concerning

the internal affairs of the College receipts

The

and

;

lastly,

the accounts of the annual

and expenditure. original treasury

and other goodes

'

was the tower over the gateway,

were kept

in

twoe chests

'

'

^

in

which

'

plate

during the wardenship

of Hovenden, and were annually examined by the warden and officers. The yearly surplus, after the payment of the College expenses, was laid up in the same place, and it appears from memoranda of evidence sent up to London for legal purposes, that tlie archives were also kept

They were removed

in the tower.

were probably in presses all

built expressly to receive them,

made

after the

some oaken cabinet written

by

in the last century to

the

in the

and are there stowed away

room was built, with

the exception of a liand-

upper room, on one of the doors of which

is

hand of Warden Hovenden, 'Confectura 1582, R.

Hovenden, custode.' certainly in 144.3,

rooms which

(if

The

rolls

and books of accounts, which begin

not earlier, as there are several rolls without dates,)

are deposited in another

room by

themselves.

During Hovenden's wardenship, the deeds

in

numbered, "and catalogues made of them on paper

the rolls.

archives were

These were

covered with leaves from manuscripts, which once, no doubt, stood on the shelves of the College Library, but were found to be comparatively '

P. 384.

PREFACE.

VI

change

useless after the

this period the College at

Whad borough and

cataloguing the

title

in

studies

At

produced by the Eeformation.

was involved

heavy lawsuits about their lands

in

elsewhere, which accounts

for the care taken in

deeds.

The condition in which the archives were found, at the commencement of this work, was on the whole satisfactory. Neither the windows

room nor

of the

the doors of the presses were proof against dust, which

had accumulated

to such an extent in

some of the drawers,

that

on

opening them, the contents were completely concealed by a thick black layer,

but when

this

was removed and the outsides of the documents

cleaned, the insides were generally found to be clean, and the ink

This was more especially the case with the older deeds,

black and clear. for the quality of

vellum and ink gradually deteriorated as the world grew

Very few documents,

older.

illegible or rotten

The

or

charters

either

from damp.

quite so satisfactory.

state of the

book

for

1

account books was not

Several buttery books had lost their covers, and

tion

is

their place

much

is

which

is

tolerably complete

taken by the steward's books.

be regretted, that of a book

to

among them

the

450, thirteen years after the foundation of the College.

Tliis is the earliest of the series,

when

were found

letters,

the leaves were found lying in a heap half rotten, and bursar's

still

One

up

to

1645,

case of mutila-

containing inventories of

^

chapel furniture, and of the books in the library from the foundation of the College

till

About

Hoveden's time.

apparently by burning, but

it

contained in the lost portion

half the

book has been destroyed,

possible that

is

may

some of the information

be found in the other inventory of

1585, also mentioned on page 416, and in the draft inventories and

mentioned at

p.

393.

Tlie presses in the archive

with

tlie

name

these are in

roll

room

are divided into drawers

marked

of some college estate or of some class of documents, and

many cases

this catalogue care lias

sub-divided into partitions, similarly marked.

been taken

to preserve the original

In

arrangement

as nearly as possible, consistently with arranging each division of docu-

ments

in

chronological order

;

and the headings of the

catalogue are taken from the labels on the drawers. '

P. 410,

divisions of the

A

considerable

PREFACE.

vii

portion of the correspondence and papers was found in bundles, with

endorsements mostly of

time of Wardens Gardiner and Niblett.

tlie

These bundles have usually been catalogued separately, and loose papers

among them

inserted

The at

in their proper places.

lands which the College held

Alberbury

in Shropshire

Buckinghamshire Middlesex

its

foundation were

Crendon, Foxcote, Morton, and Padbury in

;

Edgeware, Kingsbury, Harlesden, and Willesden in

;

Googy

;

or soon after,

at,

Hope

Hall,

All Saints, Ivychurch, Brenset, Halstow,

Horsham, Boywurth, Newenton, Eeynham, Hertlepe, Wade, Bobbing, Deptling, Scotney, Bleching, Okeholt, Lyde, Promhill, Upchurch, and

Eomney,

the Priory of

Oxford

;

Kent

in

Northamptonshire.

Many

of these estates were purchased

surrendered to

by him under the Great Seal a receipt for 1,000/. paid

money

the purchase

Henry

to the College.

by Chichele

to

by Archbishop

and then granted

Among

the Foxcote deeds

Henry

for the alien priories,

down

which

VI.,

is

perhaps

which he presented gift at

to the

various

to the present century.

deeds in

title

many

fourteenth century, while in those of Salford and

cases give the descent of the land from the

some they go back

Whadborough

to the twelfth.

to the thirteenth

Some

and

of the undated

The

Alberbury deeds may, perhaps, lay claim to the same antiquity. earliest

in

VI.,

Other property has been acquired by purchase or

College.

The

South Wales

Llangenith in

and Weedon Pinkeney, and Whadborough

;

Chichele or his executors,

times

Lewknor, Aston's Eyt, and the town of

the Priories of St. CI ere and

Salford in Bedfordshire

is

;

dated deeds are a grant by Eoger of Salford to Walter Rufus in

the year 1189, and the charter of exemption granted

Grandemont

the friars of

great seal

is

still

letter

in favour of the Priory of

same king bears his

to

from Henry

Launde

;

;

and the

the most interesting.

letter

The

II. to

the grant of

Fulk Fitzwarin, the hero of

name

tlie

P. 8.

still

the Bishop of Lincoln

Whadborough by

'^

the

French romance which

from William of Anjou to King John,^ are

last is

extremely curious, as

«

p. 2r)7.

letters

from

The William of

private persons of this date are of the highest rarity. '

to

which a fragment of the King's

There are a few undated deeds of a

attached.^

which the

earlier date, of

in 1203, to

by King John

^

P. 204.

PREFACE.

viii

member

Foiigeres mentioned in this letter was a

of the family which

founded the Abbey of Savigny, in Normandy, and he

referred to in

is

the patent roll of 8 John as being patron of the church of Tuiford.

The

local deeds are a

mine of information

and family

for county

and some use has already been made of them.

Dugdale

history,

prints

one of

the Alberbury charters in his Monasticon^^ and Nichols' Leicestershire

^

contains several others relating to the Priory of Launde, which were

communicated the

MSS. of Mr. Dodsworth. While speaking of

the

by the Eev. Mr. Williams of Eaton, from

the author

to

fact

tliese

p.

262,

worth while

to call attention to

mentioned as prior of

is

included in Dugdale's

not

is

it is

Norhampton, who

that Eobert de

Launde on

houses,

list

(Mou. Angl.

name between those of Thomas Frysseby and John Lancaster, the last prior, who was pensioned off with 60/. a year The names of the priors and correctors of Alberat the Suppression. bury, which occur in the Alberbury and Whadborough deeds, are not vi.

187), which gives no

Ey ton's

given either in Dugdale or in

a gap at the year 1274, in the

Wood's

Peshall's edition of

Oxford,' tioned

is

in

date

is

list

of Mayors of Oxford, in Sir J.

name

of William by an undated document on p. 152. list,

Similarly,

Ancient and Present State of the City of

'

the

supplied

vacant in the its

History of Shropshire.

but as Philip de

Eu

le

Especer,

who

is

appears in the deed as

probably anterior to his holding the

office of

Mayor

in

men-

is

The year 1278

also

bailiff,

1276.

The correspondence includes signed letters from eight sovereigns of England, all of them being requests to the College for favours, either on

Edward

behalf of the writer or of some dependent.

IV. desires

Warden

Stokes to grant a lease to one Richard Harowedon, which was complied with.

of

Henry VII.

Scotland,

Warden Hobbes

asks

which

was

apparently refused.

to the College for a loan of 100/.

successfully or not the its

signature.

great

Queen Elizabeth personages »

I.

for the invasion

archives do

of their woods in Middlesex to several

1032.

for a loan

as

not show.

for the invasion

Henry VIII.

of Prance, whether

This

letter

presses the College to grant

Lady Jane

Stafford,

who

well as by the queen, '

applies

III. 302.

is

has lost a lease

supported by

and even

offers

PREFACE. Hoveden

a bribe of 100/. as an additional inducement to consent.^

correspondence on

Walter

Ealegh's letter

from Lord Burleigh,

this subject includes letters

Lord Hunsdon, and other

Ealegh,

characteristic

is

was damnable proud,' but he expresses some Hoveden. The Wilham Eawley who was bursar a relative of

Among the Lansdowne MSS.^

his.

of Avhich the drafts are noticed in

and

;

volume of the same

also a

collection

obligation

to

1596 may have been

in the British

Hoveden and the College

are the original letters from

Nos. 79, 84, and 92

na^ve was that he

'

sort of

in

Sir

The tone of

courtiers.

man whose

of the

Tlie

Museum,

Lord Burleigh,

to

284 and 285,

this catalogue at pp.

copy of the Eeasons (No. 77). In another ^

there

is

a paper headed

'

The

State of

All Soln Colledge for expenses and receiptes these xv. yeres past, and

what stead it

is

woodes have stoode them

their

shown

exceeded the receipts,

1572 and 1586, the expenses frequently and that the balance was made up by the sale

This

demand

of

Queen Ehzabeth's was

was the recommendation of James

Beaumont Warden. only one

is

an

Of

to

I.

This incident was

candidate

King on

Dr.

this subject,

afterwards referred

for

who had

a fellowship

Charles

to

surreptitiously

I.,

at Oxford, writes to ask for a loan of the College plate, to, as

and so

as a precedent for the College to refuse the

obtained a dormant mandate in his favour.

was acceded

refused,

the College, to elect

the two letters from the

original.

by Archbishop Sancroft application of a

which

between

that,

of the woods.

in in Midelsex,' in

during his stay

and

this request

appears by the receipts of the King's Commissioners,

which were found carefully preserved among the they never were of the value which was hoped

'Jocalia,'

although

when they were

first

The only other royal letters are from Charles II. and James The former recommends Peter Prideaulx as a fellow, the latter II. Leopold Finch as Warden, and both recommendations were successful. As the Archbishops of Canterbury were the visitors of the College, there are letters from nearly all of them after the time of Warham, as

put away.

well

as

one from Cardinal Bourchier.

Laud's letter

is

interesting as

having been written during his imprisonment in the Tower. »

P. 283.

»

»

Lansdowue MS.

Lausdowne MS.

50,

f.

140.

64,

ff.

37, 41, 6C.

PREFACE. The chief topics of the correspondence during the eighteenth century, are the attempt of the fellows to resist the statute enjoining the taking of

Holy Orders, and the questions of Founder's

and the Warden's

kin,

The difficulty about Holy Orders had really been some time before there is any notice of it in the

vote at the elections.

on the tapis

for

There

archives.

is

extant a correspondence

still

between Hoveden,

^

Archbishop Parker, and Lord Burleigh, about a Mr. Henry Wood,

who had

obtained letters from Queen Elizabeth to continue as physician '

not entering the ministry,' although

'

his

time was expired to be minister

or leave the College.'

Hoveden's reluctance to grant

Wood's personal

the same tone that

He

stances.

perjurie willing

indulgence

says

:

Warden Gardiner used '

Indede the

is

saide

upon

chiefly based

much

long after in similar circum-

Wood

is

stept in a manifest

sue for any dispensations agaynst the founder's ordinance,

to

them

all

to

at convenient tyme moche offended now with the

be inclyned to be preistes and

They be

take the same order.

to

this

character, but Parker writes to Burleigh in very

so

ministerye, that of fortie suche fellowes in the house, there are but preistes,

men

for

and whether to

this

be a good example

runne in open perjuries, and whether

governaunce, that so few preistes and preachers

to it

the

Universitie

be good to the

(specially

Yf her highnes

breake suche ordinance, I referr

will take it

it

the

in

Universitie) shoulde be, I leave that to her majesties consideration

your wisdome.

two

and

upon her conscience

to

Beside this cause

to her majestic.

touched, I se more inconveniences that will followe bothe in this and in

I

other Colleges,

offended

withe

be wonne by importunitye, but as for myself,

if this

cannot beare with this

it

your lordship not to be

in reason, prayinge

my

writiuge.'

Warden Gardiner was

especially

harassed by continual attempts to evade this Statute, and to annul

by Act of Parliament.

by him with a severe in

'

A

bundle of papers

reflection

^

on the subject

on Archbishop Tenison

is

it

endorsed

for complicity

the ruin brought on the faculty of Divinity and other discipline of

the College.'

Among

the Miscellanea, there will be found »

Lausdowne MS.

15,

ff.

73, 114-123.

some curious inventories »

l\ 332.

PREFACE.

xi

of the plate and vestiiieuts in the chapel, which once possessed a tooth of St. John the Baptist and a piece of the true cross, the objects of the

adoration of the pilgrims All-Souls

These

Day.

who worshipped

'

Queen Elizabeth,

Worthies of All

not

there on Eelic

appear

to

Sunday and

be mentioned in

Monuments of Superstition in the reign nor does Professor Burrows refer to them in his

the correspondence about the

of

do

relics

It

Souls.'

is

'

'

probable they had been already destroyed

during the reign of her father.

The crumpled factors,

leaf

from a service book, with the names of bene-

was no doubt torn out when the mass books were given up

after the long struggle

with the Commissioners, which Professor Burrows

describes in his sixth chapter.

Among

the seals attached to the charters, there are

some very

fine

The

seal

specimens of mediseval work, both ecclesiastical and heraldic. of Archbishop

bears two swans

Chichele, of

which there are two or three examples,

as supporters, confirming the

History of Kent, quoted

statement in Harris's

by Professor Burrows, and

about which there has been some controversy.

settling

a point

Ernita. age 36.

31

No.

should follow No. 33.

40.

Line



44.

No. 6, for '3 E.hv. follow No. 12.



55.

No. 16, for 'Sir John Northwode' rtad



57.

No. 44, for

178,

No. 3, for





2,

for 'Delawiiro

194. No.

194,

245. No.

22

297. Nos. 328. No.

'

'

read

'

Dclamare.'

read '23 Edw.

III.'

III.'

Tho deed

is

oiit

Sir Roger Northwode.' Edw. duke of York Tead Edm. duke of York.'

'

Wm.

offer

'

F. Haldoe' read

of

insert

'

'

'

'

Wm.

Faldoe.'

three.'

'

should precede No. 21.

103

and 106, for

37, for

'

344. Footnote, for

'

Meng's read '

Windsor, Herald '

night

'

read

378. No.

262.

396. No.

262, for [1454-76]

403. No.

357,

'

'

read

'

'

Mengs'.'

Windsor Herald.'

a fortnight.'

This entry should have followed No.

line 4,

for

'

read [1454-71].

Mr.' read

'

Mrs.'

236

on page 377-

of place, and sliould

CONTENTS. Alberbdrt

......

....

Bakfoed, Chblsfield

Barking BOSYATE

.

Edgeware FOXCOTE

.

.

.

.

...... ...... ...... alias

Harpsden

GooGT Hall, Hope Omnium Sanctorum

Grantham Manor

in

.

.

....

Moreton, Bucks

Harribtsham, Elmly

...... .....

Horsham, Upchurch, Halstow, Newington

Horspath

Kingsbury Manbrium, TeRRiE

in

Hendon

.

Langley Marsh

....

Lb Milbury, Kbmbell's Lands, Padburv LewknoRj^Astons Eytb

Llangenith, St. Clere, Penarth

Malorib Manbrium, Terr^e

in

.

.

.... ......

Newton Bromshold

Pbnhow

.

Willbsden et Hallesden

Newlands, Midley, Old Romnby

Tenembnta

1

.

18

.

20

.

22

.

23

.

27

.

34

.

44

.

47

.

53

.

54



BucKLAND, LocKiNGE, Hardinge,

Crendon

page .

in

,

.

.

Oxonia

Purchase of Land, Redemption of Land Tax

.

.

54

.

71

.

71

.

87

.

93

.

121

.

128

.

132

.

140

.

147

.

151

.

169

.

171

CONTENTS. romney, harrietshail, upcuukch

.

PAGE 180

Salford, Holcote

.

184

.

215

SCOTNEY, BlECHING, OkEHOLT

.

222

South Petherton

.

229

Stanton Harcourt

.

232

.

Schools of Feveksha.m, Bedendl;n

,

Bekkiiamstead

Wedon Pinkney

.

237

Welwtn

.

256

Whadborough

.

Whateley

.

.

257 277

Weston Turville

.

278

Yarnton

.

279

Abstzacta Chartarum spectantium Terkas Collegii

.

279

.

280

Terriers of Divers Lands

.

286

CHARTiE Fundationis Collegii et ejusdem Privilegiorum

.

289

Papers concerning the Building of the College

.

291

Exhibitions, Benefactions, etc.

.

297

Injunctions, Mandates, Letters, etc., of Kings, Archbishops, etc.

.

300

Appeals and Visitors' Injunctions

.

325

Bonds for Battells,

.

370

.

379

.

384

.

385

.

406

Accounts op

Wood

Sales

etc.

.

.

....

Resignations, etc., of Fellows JOCALIA

.... .

Miscellanea

Rolls and Books

INDEX

in

the Lower Room

418

CATALOGUE OF THE ARCHIVES OF

ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. ALBEEBUEY. 'ALBERBURIE, WTLASTOIf, PECKENHALL, ET EYTOI.'

ALBEBBUBY. [1

225-1255.]

1.

Confirmation by Fulco ' filius Warini tertius' to the Monastery of Alberbury of the order of Grandemont, of the peaceable possession of lands held by tliem in the fee of Alberbury

and Balisleg, or Pekenhale or 8votynton 2.

Similar grant by Fulco Fitzwarin to the House of Alberbury,

but differently worded

1262. 1

3.

Grant by Hugh, son of William de Yvenhale, to William le Marschal, chaplain of Alberbury, of 2 messuages and land at Alberbury for life

4.

Grant by William le Mareschal to Hugh, son of Yvenhale, of 3 messuages and lands at Alberbury

5.

Confirmation by Thos. Corbeth of the grant by Fulco Fitzwarin of land at Alberbury grant of land at Pekenhale, and of the advowson of 2 prebends at Alberbury church, to the Convent of Alberbm-y

3 April.

Wm.

de

;

WYLASTOK 6.

Grant by Eobert Pigot to Eichard, son of Elias de Willaston, of half a virgate of land in Willaston

7.

Grant by Eichard, son of Helyas de Wylauston, to the INlonastery of Alberbury of his land in Wylauston

8.

Similar grant '

Printed by Dugdiile

B

in

the Monasiicon, vol.

vi.

p 1032.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. 9.

10.

11.

Grant by William Pigot Auneberie, of a naeadow

Matthew, son of Matthew de

to

in Cadavelesmor

Grrant by Robert Py^ot, lord of Willaweston, to Roger, son of Matthew de Eyton, of a field in Kadathellesmor

by Robert Pygod, lord of Willaustone, to the Monastery of Albeburi, of a field formerly held by Reinfrei in

Grrant

Willaustone

1262-3. 2 Feb.

12. Grrant

13.

by Robert, son of

Wm.

Pygot, of the same

field

by Robert Pygot to the House of Alberbury of a formerly belonging to Roger, son of Matthew de Eyton, in Cadavellesmor

Grrant field

56 Hen. III. 29 Sept. 1274. 1

14.

Confirmation by Robert Pygod, lord of Wylauston, of a grant by Helyas de Wylauston to the Convent of Alberbury of land in Wylauston

15.

Lease by Robert Pygot, of Wylauston, to the Convent of Alberbury of 3 parts of Heylesmare, in Wylauston

May.

PECKENHALL. 16.

Grant by Eynon, son of Gronov, son of Outred, to the House of Alberbury, of land in Pekenhale, held by his father from Fulco Fitzwarin

17.

Grant by Eynon, son of Kenewiech of Balislehe, to the Monastery of Alberbury, of all his land at Pekenhale

18.

Quitclaim by Eynon, son of Kenewreth of Balislehe, to the Monastery of Alberbury, of land in Peckenhale

19.

Grant by Madoc Goche and Mabel his wife to the Monastery of Alberbury, of their houses with land at Pekenhale

20. Grant by Riyerid, son of Henry, to the INIonastery of Abbesbury, of his land near the moor of Pekenhale 21.

Quitclaim of an acre called

'

Maysy

by Philip, son of Yorvord of

lidiard,' at

Ballisley, to the

Pekenhale, Convent of

Alberbury 1

259.

22. Grant

by Philip, son of Yarvord, to the House of Alpisan acre of land at Pekenale

bui-y of

1343. 14 Sept.

23.

Grant by Robert Corbet of Murton to the Prior of Alberbury of all the lands which the Prior holds in Ballisley and Pekenale, within certain bounds named

1373. 47 Edw. III. 21 May.

24.

Grant by Richard de Hatton, prior, and the brethren of the cell of Alberbury, to Cadogan Ap Jevan I^loyt de Hargreave, Jevan Micchan, Gruffin Ap Howel Crouthe, and others, of all their lands at Pekenale, except the woods, at a rent of 4 marks a year

ALBERBURY.

EYTOK 25.

Grant by Gricia Mansel, widow, to Ric. Traynel of Aldemar, of her estate in waste land, and in a rent belonging to Ric. Mansel, at Eyton

26.

Grant by Mabel Mansel of Horton to her danghter Cecilia of half a virgate of land at Eyton

27.

Grant by Richard Mansel of Horton to of the same land at Eyton

28. Sale

by Cecilia Mansel to Wra., son of same land

his sister Cecilia

Adam

of Alberbury,

of the

same land

Wm.,

son of

Adam

of

29.

Another deed of Alberbury

30.

Grant by Richard, son of Robert of Ondislawe, to Wm., son of Adam de Alberbury, of his lands in Eyton

31.

Grant by Wm., son of Adam de Alberbury and Mab3l his wife, to St. Mary's Church, Alberbury, of half a virgate of land at Eyton

32.

Grant by Philip, son of Terri, to St. Mary's, Alberbury, of his estate in the land mentioned in the previous deed

33.

Grant by Cecilia Mansel to the Monastery of Alberbury of ^ virgate of land in Eyton, and the 4tli part of a messuage, and of the lordship of Eyton, in return for 6 marks and 2 cows

34.

Copy of the preceding

35.

Grant, by

Wm.

sale of

to

Alein of Bolingale, of

|

a virgate of land for 3 marks

Eyton to the Monastery of Alberbury, and 2 cows in

^ a virgate of land in Aitunt, formerly held by son of Adam, by Wm. Alein de Bolinga and Cecilia Mansel his wife, to the Monaster}^ of Alberbury

36. Release of

Wm.,

37. Quitclaim of ^ a virgate of land, formerly held by Wm., son of Adam de Alberbury, to the Monastery of Alber-

bury, by David, son of James of Alberbury, with the consent of his lord and lady, Wm. and Cecilia Mancel

by Philip Tirry of the land formerly held by William, Adam, to the Monastery of Alberbury 39. Release by Ric. Ondeslawe of the i virgate of land formeily held by Roger Velleyn, to the Monastery of Alberbury

38. Release

son of

40. Another copy of the 41.

same grant

Grant by William, son of Ric. le Mylde of Ondeslawe, to tlie Monastery of Alberbury of his estate in the land formerly held by Roger le Veleyn in Eyton B 2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. by Hysabell de Hortoii, widow of Eic. Milde of Ondeslawe, to the Monastery of Alberbury, of the lands held by her husband in Eyton

42. Quitclaim

43.

Grant by Matthew de Eyton to his son Roger of land he bought from Roger Purcell in Eyton

44.

Grant by Roger, son of Matthew de Eyton, to the Convent of Alberbury of one acre in Eyton, ' ad cord as magTiPe clochise

dictae

tinendas

'

abbatise

imperpetuum

all

fideliter

the

sus-

45.

Grant by Roger, clerk, son of Matthew de Eyton, to the Convent of Alberbury, of all his land at Eyton

46.

Grant by Roger, clerk, son of Matthew de Eyton, to the Convent of Alberbury, of his portion of waste land at Eyton by which Roger, clerk, son of Matthew de Eyton, grants to the Convent of Alberbury his land in Eyton, in return for entertainment at the convent when he wishes ' Fr. Ramhiudfus corrector ejusdem domus' for it.

47. Indenture

1267.

48.

Grant by Roger de Mersse to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land in Eyton

by Roger de Merche to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land near the Severn

49. Grant •^

1272.

50.

Hord to the Convent of Alberbury for In default of payment tlie convent to have his mother's land in Eyton

Bond

of Thos.

21s. 8d.

51.

Grant by Thos., son of William Hord, to the Convent of Alberbury, of 8 acres in Eyton

52.

Grant by Thos. Hord of land in Eyton

63.

Grant by Thos. Hoorde to

to the

Convent of Alberbury of 5 acres tlie

Convent of Alberbury of his

part of the waste land at Eyton

Quitclaim by William, son and heir of Thos. Hord, of 13 acres in Eyton, and 1 acre of newly inclosed land near the Severn

55.

Grant by Wm., son of Thos, Hord, bury, of three acres in Eyton

to the

Convent of Alber-

of land previously granted to the Convent of Alberbury by William de Eyton, son of Roger de

56. Release

1.301.

29 Edw.

54.

I.

Marsche

9 .Tune. 57.

Grant by Roger, son of Robert de Eyton, to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land at Eyton

58.

Grant by Roger, son of Robert de Eyton, to the Convent of Alberbury of 1^ acre at Eyton

59.

Grant by Roger, son of Robt. Parfey of Eyton, to the Convent of Alberbury of liis part of the waste land at Eyton, and license to make a pond and mill on the rividet between their garden and Eyton

ALBERBURY. 60. Grant by Maurice Vayan of Balisleg to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land near the road to Eyvode, and his part of the land enclosed by the convent 61.

Grant by Phylipp ab Yarvorth ab Yoaf to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land called Ylette Vyn Veyel '

'BALLISLTE, STJOTTIITOI, SALOPIA, LOUGHTOI ET WODMORE.' BALLISLYE. 62.

Grant by Eynon ab Meurich ab Yarvord to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land near the stream of Balisleg

63. Quitclaim

by Eynon ab Meurich ab Yarvord of an acre of

land granted by his father to the Convent of Alberbury 64.

Grant by Levelin, son of Eyerith, son of Wyn, to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land between Koytna and the brook of Balisleg

65.

Grant by Lewelyn, son of Eynon, son of Twyssan, to the Monastery of Alberbury of an acre of land in Balisleye

66.

Grant by Lewelin, son of Eynon, son of Tewissen of Balislee, to the Convent of Alberbury of 12 seliones in Balislee

67.

Grant by Lewelyn, son of Twisan and Christiana his wife, to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre between the moor of Pekenale and the brook of Balislee

68.

Grant by Madoc Goh, son of David, son of Griffin, to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land called Ernruht,' '

in Balisleye

1

248.

69.

Grant by Eynon and Tuder, sons of Garvord Vachan, to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land called ' Thloyn scybor,' near Vefagron and Balisleg brook

70.

Grant by the same of an acre adjoining

71.

'

Ytloyn Scybor

'

Indenture between Peter, ' corrector,' and the Convent of Alberbury, and Kadugan, son of Gurgenei, who lets them land at Balisley at the rent of Id. a year

72. Lease of

20 acres at Balisle by Heylin, Ythel, Philip and sons of David, and Kadugan and William, sons of Urgena, to the Convent of Alberbury

Wronow, 73.

Grant by Philip ab Yarvorth ab Yoaf to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land near the boundary of Braginton and Balisleg

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. 74.

Grant by Wasanfred, son of Grifri of Guldefeld, to the Convent of Alberbury of two acres near the road and brook of Balislehe

1

34f

75.

Quitclaim of the same land

76.

Grant by Gervase, son of Madoc, to the Convent of Alberbury of 2 acres in Each Li card

77.

Eecord of the court at

78.

Mortgage by Jevan ap Jorum

16 Edw. III. 16 Jan. 1374.

48 Edw.

III.

Ballislee, deciding against a claim of the tenants to ^ a carucate of land at Eallislee held by the Convent of Alberbury

to the Convent of Alberbury of three seliones of land between le Coydna and Ballisley

brook

9 Julv.

SUOTINTON. 79.

Grant by Madoc Goch ab Tuyssan to the Convent of Alberbury of 9^ acres in Suotynton by Levelin ab Eynon ab Tuyssan, Houel ab Eynon ab Tuyssan, and Eynon ab

80. Confirmation of the preceding

Eynon ab Tuyssan 8L Grant by Lewelin ab Twyssan

to the

Convent of Alberbury

of 8 acres in Suotinton

1270. 1

82.

Grant by Levelyn ab Tuyssan to the Convent of Alberbury of 8 acres of land in Suuotinton

Jiuie.

83.

Grant by Lewelyn ab Twyssan to the Convent of Alberbury of 4 acres in Swotinton for 1 mark and 4 bushels of

84.

Confirmation of preceding grant by Yarvord Lewelyn ab

corn

Twyssan 85.

Grant by Lewelyn ab Twyssan to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land in Suotinton

86.

Grant by Lewelyn, son of Twyssan, Yarword his son, and others, to the Convent of Alberbury, of land in Schotynton

87.

Grant by Philip ab Yarford ab Yoafi of 3 acres near Le Codina to the Convent of Alberbury

SHBEWSBUBY. 88. Grant by Richard, son of Peter le Palmer, to the Convent of Alberbury of a messuage in Salopsbury 89.

Grant by Nicholas the younger of Salop, chaplain, to the Prior and Convent of Alberbury, of a curtilage in Kockabitenstret

90.

Exchange of lands in Slnewsbury between Gerard, prior of Alberbury, and William Vaghan, burgess of Shrewsbury

ALBERBURY. 91.

Grant by Gilbert, son of Gilbert Meoverel of Shrewsbury, of a rent of 5s. to the Convent of Alberbury

92. Counterpart of the preceding

93.

Bond

of Hildebrand and Petronilla his wife to pay the said rent from the lands given them by Gilbert Meverel before he entered religion

94. Confirmation of their grant of the said rent 95. Confirmation

of the

same grant by

Petronilla,

widow

of

Hildebrand

LOUGHTON. 96.

Grant by Kadogan, son of Howel, to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre of land in Lochton

97.

Grant by Wenhover, daughter of Kadugan ab Griffin, the Convent of Alberbury of an acre in Luchton

to

98. Counterpart of the above

99.

1239.

Grant by Yevaf, son of Ythael of Kegitua, to the Convent of Alberbury of an acre at Luchton

100. Grant

by John, son of Hytel, to the Convent of Alberbury Luchton and Le Hope

of 2 acres between

5 June.

WO OBMOBE. 101.

Grant by Richard, son of Roger Treinel, to the Convent of Alberbury of land bought from Grithia Mauuncel, near the Severn, at

Woodemare

102. Similar grant 1

262.

103. Grant

by Roger de Merse to the Convent of Alberbury of

half an acre at

16 Nov.

Wodemare

104.

Grant by Roger de Merce to the Convent of Alberbury of

105.

Grant by Roger, son of Matthew de Eytone, to the Convent of Alberbury of 10 acres at Wodemare

all his

land at

Wodemare

106. Grant by Roger, clerk, son of Matthew de Eyton, to the Convent of Alberbury of all his portion of land at Wode-

mare

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

SPECIALES ET 107.

YAllE CAET^ ALBERBUEY

COlfCERIJEITES.'

Foundation charter of the Convent of Alberbury by Fulco Fitzvvarin

108.

4 John. 31 March. Eouen.

Copy of foundation charter

of Alberbury

Abbey

109. Exemption by K. John from tallage, pontage, &c. for the friars of Grandemont Great seal (broken)

[1219-1234.] 110. Confirmation by Hugh Foliot, bp. of Hereford, of the foundation of the Convent of Alberbury by Fulk Fitzwarin

Hen

17

[III.]

111.

Confirmation by Henry III. of Fitzwarin's charter to the Convent of Alberbury Great seal (broken)

112.

Eesignation by William Abbot of Lilleshull of the right of visiting the house of Canons, built by Fulk Fitzwarin in Auberbiry, granted by agreement between Fulk Fitzwarin and Alan, late abbot of Lilleshull

113.

Settlement of a dispvite concerning the tithes of Halreton, on behalf of the priory of Alberbury and Hugh Corbet,

12 Dec. Hereford.

[Hen.

III.]

1245. July.

rector of

26 Hen. IIL 28 Aug. In castris apud Gannock.

114.

Wethyn

Exemption from tallage, pontage, &c.

for the friars of Grande-

mont

1252.

115.

Fulco P'itzwarin leaves his body to be buried at Alberbury, and grants a messuage in Wytinton to the convent

1259.

116.

Grant by Peter [Egeblaunch], bp. of Hereford, to the Convent of Alberbury, of the church there

30 Sept.

Episcopal seal (broken) 1259.

117.

30 Sept.

Peter, bp. of Hereford, orders Guichard of Lyons to resign his prebend at Alberbury church to the Convent of Alberbury for a pension of 2 marks 1

[1279-80.] 3 Pont. 22 March. 1316. 7

March.

118.

Resignation by William, abbot of Lilleshull, of the custody of the Convent of Alberbury

119.

Brief of Nicholas [HI.] to the Prior of St. Peter's, Shrewsbury, to decide the dispute about tithes, &c., between the Convent of Alberbury, Sir Fulco Fitzwarin, Sir Odo de Hodenet, Sir Eobert dictus Corbet, and others

120

Ilelyas,

newly elected prior of Grandemont, desires Arnold

Eissa, corrector of Alberbury, to receive the obedience of his brethren

ALBERBURY. 1338. Feb.

121.

Bond by Nicholas

1359. 16 Sept.

122.

Commission of Ademar, abbot of Grandemont, to Eobert de Newton to visit the Houses of the Order in England

1364.

123.

Permission by Ademar, abbot of Grandemont, to the officials of Coventry, Stafford, and Shrewsbury to examine the accusations of Richard de Hackton against Richard de Stricton, and if they are unfounded to restore the latter to the Priory of Albefbury

124,

Copy of the Act of Parliament granting the possessions of

1

30 July. ' In abbatia Grandemont.'

2 Hen. V.

le Mareschal, chaplain to Arnald, prior of Alberbury, for 15 qrtrs. of wheat and 15 qrs. of oats for tithes of Trefnant

the alien priories to the king5

Hen. V. 1

125.

Warrant of Joan, queen of England,

new abbey near Alberbury pounds to Simon Secherie, monk of the

Oct.

Langley.

to the receivers, &c.

to pay a pension of 20 of St. Albans

Fhie seal (broken) 1421. 9 Hen. V.

126.

Bond

of Robert, warden of the

new abbey

John and Thos. Corbet of Stanford

at Alberbury, to

for 20/.

24 Sept. 1441. 127. Surrender by Henry, abp. of Canterbury, John, bp. of Bath 19 Hen. YI. and Wells, John, bp. of St. Asaph, William, bp. of Salis10 May. bury, William, Earl of Suffolk, and others, to Henry VI. of a rent of 42 marks, payable by John Sutton, Lord Dudley and Thos. Bradley for the priory of the new abbey of Alberbury, and of the priory itself 1441.

128.

Grant by Henry VI. to All Souls' College of the priory of the new abbey near Alberbury, on surrender of patent of 1 May, 16 Hen. VL, granting it for term of years to Lord Dudley and Thos. Bradley, and on the surrender of the reversion which was granted to Chichele and others

129.

Copy of the preceding

19 Hen. VI, 11

May.

19 Hen. VI. 11

May. 130. Another copy 131.

1474. 19 July.

Another copy of same grant with recipes back

for

ointment on

and citation by Thos. [Bourchier], archbp. of Canterbury, of Thos. Fawconer, monk of Grandemont, Richard Wild, vicar of Alberbury, and others who lay claim to the fruits of the church of Alberbury on the dorse memorandum of the citation Archiepiscopal seal (broken)

132. Inhibition

Lambeth.

;

133.

Award

of Thos., bp. of Hereford, that All Souls' College

is

keep up a chapel on the site of the Monastery of Alberbury, and other provisions to

1521. 12 April.

134.

Copy

of appropriation or incorporation of priory near Alberbury, and parochial church there to All Souls' College, with a translation of the same

ARCHIV^ES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

]0


136. Abstract of the grants of

Fulk Fitzwarin and Henry

III.

to the Priory of Alberbury

1439. 21 June.

3 Edw. IV.

137.

Copy of the

bull of Eugenius IV. in favour of All Souls'

College

from sheriffs accounts of Shropshire concerning Alberbury

138. Extract

33 Hen. VIII. 139. Order of the Commissioners of the Welsh Marches to Adam 1 3 June. My tton and others to take evidence [concerning the case between Humphrey Heynes and David and John Harris P. 1 relating to land at Alberbury] 33 Hen. VIII. 140. Order of the Commissioners of the Welsh Marches that the 20 Nov. said case shall be referred to Adam Mytton and others 33 Hen. VIII.

141.

Deposition of Llewellyn ap Jevan in the same case

16 Jan.

33 Hen. VIII. 142. Statement by Llewellyn ap Evan that he held the 1 6 Jan. yard at Alberbury of the college at the rent of 4s.

34 Hen. VIII. 24 June.

143.

vicar's

P.

1

Summons by

the Commissioners of the Welsh Marches to John Lyster and others to appear before Adam Mytton and others, to give evidence in the case between Humphrey Heynes and John Harris

34 Hen. VIII. 144. Depositions of John Lyster and others concerning the 28 June. college land in Alberbury 145. Complaint of Humphrey Heynes that Thos. Alcock, vicar of Alberbury, has seized part of the abbey croft, notwith-

standing the order of the Commissioners dated 10 July, 34 Hen. VIII. P. 1

35 Hen. VIII. 8 June.

146.

Answer of Thos. Alcock

147.

Order of court for the examination of witnesses in the case between Alcock and Heynes P. 1. Mutilated

P.

1

on behalf of Humfrey Heynes, farmer of the college land at Alberbury Pp. 2

148. Interrogatories ministered

35 Hen. VIII. 149. Bundle of papers concerning the suit of Humphrey Heynes V. Thos. Alcok, vicar of Alberbury, about the abbey croft

[35 Hen. VIII.] 150. Expenses of a journey to Alberbury 'about a commission 8 Jan. for knowyng and ineryng our landes of the abbey there, the warden and master Shalcrosse with tlicyr servauntes

Pp. 6

ALBERBURY. Edw. VI.

11

151.

Decree of the Court of Augmentations confirming to All Souls' College a rent of 51. from the church at Alberbury, formerly allowed them for an additional curate Vellwm

6 Edw. VI. 26 July.

162.

Bond

Edw. VI. 21 Aug.

153.

Award

Edw. VI. 18 Nov.

154. Grrant

6

20 May.

6

6

:Mary.

1

of Greoffrey Grruff and Wm. Cleton to abide by the award of Nicholas Purcell and Thos. Kerry, arbitrators between him and Wm. Spencer concerning their right to Pecknal of Nic. Pursell and Thos. Kerye, arbitrators between Spenser of Mountgomerye and Geffrey Lloyd of Ballisleye, concerning their right to Pecknall Fields

Wm.

by All Souls' College of the rent of 51. to Thomas Key, farmer of Alberbury, on the condition that he pays the Vellum expenses of the suits concerning it

155.

'

A

note out of the Exchequer for the half of the tithe of Carson Torn

from the register of Thos. de Cantilupe, bp. of Hereford, concerning Cardeston

156. Extract

3&4Phil.&M.

157.

Bond

of Jeffery Lloyd ap Gruffith

to Joan Spencer

31 Dec.

Vaughan of

Balislee

and John Hedley to abide by the award

of Roger Jones concerning their rights to Pecknall's farm

3&4P.&M.

between Joan Spencer and John Headley her and Geoffrey Lloid ap Gruff Vaughan of Ballesley, concerning Pecknalles ferm in Bal-

158. Arbitration

26 Febr.

son, of Shrewsbury,

159.

lesley, Montgomery The answer of Ellice Lloid and Thos.

Ellice to the bill of

complaint of All Souls' College concerning at Pecknall 1570.

Complaint of the parishioners of Alberbury to the Bishop of Hereford against All Souls' College for neglecting the parish With the answer of the College

161.

A

5

order taken before the council in the Marches of Wood and Ellys Lloyde and others, concerning their right to Pecknalls

final

Wales between Alex.

11 Nov.

14 Eliz.

lands

160.

24 July. 1570. 12 Eliz.

title to

162. Inspeximus, at the request of Alexander

Woodde, of the

confirmation by Henry III. of Fitzwarin's charter

May.

Woodde, of the depobetween him and Thos. ap Jeffery and others concerning lands at Alberbury

1572. 14 Eliz. 23 June.

163. Inspeximus, at the request of Alexander

20 Eliz. 7 March.

164. Order of the council of the

sitions in a suit

Welsh Marches, which ' overthroweth the prescription for service in the chappell of Wilaston in Alberburie

'

Prooffes that the viccar of Alberburie

is

not to finde and

mayntaine service at the chappell of Willaston 1580. 22 Eliz. 19 Jan.

165.

Ways

laid out to the Abbey of Alberbury by commission out of the Chancery in consequence of the suit with Edward

Leighton

Two

copiea,

one imperfect

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

12

22 Eliz.

166.

Bond

1579-80.

167.

Bundle of papers concerning a suit by which John Brighte and Eic. Hughes, chiu-ch wardens of Alberbury, claim from All Souls' College a pension of 51. for the school-

168.

Bundle of papers connected with the college's suit against Edw. Everall, Moryce Baughe, and Wm. Brytten for

of Jas. Edwardes presented to the vicarage of St. Michael's, Alberbury, by All Souls' College, to be content with his profits and seek no increase

master

1579-80.

enclosing Eyton's Leyes or

1582.

25

Eynes and Eobert and way at Alberbury

Eliz.

1584.

common

169. Papers concerning a suit of the college against

170.

Grriffiths

Thomas

Williams for a right of

Bundle of papers. All Souls' College u. Thos. Eynes, Robert and Griffith Williams, concerning right of way at Alberbury

27 Eliz. 16 Dec.

171.

Papers concerning a suit between John ap Richard of Baleselye and William Fermour, for the wrongful taking of cattle belonging to the latter

1579-92.

172.

Bundle of papers concerning the

173.

Answer of Edward Leighton, Roger Pothon, and others to the bill of complaint of All Souls' College, and other papers concerning the suit Pp. 53

29 Eliz. 22 April.

174.

Bond

30 Eliz. 23 Nov.

175.

Edward Leighton

suit of Sir against All Souls' College for Peckenall

Edw. Leighton

Wm.

Price, principal of Hart Hall, and Henry of Jones, M.A., presented to the vicarage of Alberbury v.

Alexander

Wood and

others,

for

trespass at Alberbury 176.

Two

of articles containing the troublesome life and' behaviour of Alexander Wood, farmer of Alberbury. With his answers sets

evil

complaint of David Morrice against Alexander Wood, farmer of Alberbury, with his answer and a brief of the

177.

Bill of

178.

Award

179.

Copy of

witnesses

1593. 35 Eliz. 1

9 Marcli.

of Sir Richard Shuttleworth between Sir Edw. Leighton of Watlesborougli and All Souls' College, concerning their estates at Alberbiuy tlie

above

180. Sir Richard Shuttleworth's award between All Souls' College and Sir Edward Leigliton about land at Alberbury,

with papers containing an account of the claims on both sides

35 Eliz. 23 May. 1593.

35 Eliz. 23 May.

181.

Release by Sir Edw. Leighton of the claims of himself and his tenants at Watlesborougli to Pecknals, &c.

182. Release

Lyde

by Thos., son of Sir Edw. Leighton, of Pecknals, Pecknals, and Pecknal's More to All Souls'

College

ALBERBURY. 183.

[1593.]

&

6

7

Jac.

1614

I.

13

The

state of the cause in variance between Reginald Williams of Great Willaston, in the parish of Alberbury, and Henry Jones, vicar of Alberbury Two copies

Mr. Carter for costs of the college's suits against Leighton, Bull, Astell, and others

184. Bill of

185. Inspeximus of

an order of Ric. Swinfield, bp. of Hereford, be paid to the church of Alberbury, Endd. Mr. Clark's composition

fixing the tithes to

2 Jan.

1289 21 Jac. I. 30 Oct.

186.

Bond

1667. 27 March.

187.

Agreement between Alexander Woodd of Black Abbey, Salop, and John Blodwell of the Criggeon in Mont-

of Thos. Clarke, S.T.B., vicar of Alberbury, to hold himself content with his tithes and other profits

gomery, that the said Blodwell shall gather all the tithes of the Criggeon being parcel of the Rectory at Alberbury, for which he is to pay to said A. Wood the yearly sum of 24^ 1831-2.

188. Bill for enclosing land in Ballesley, alias Bausley, in the

parish of Alberbury

1832.

189.

Printed

Copy of the Act passed

6 June, 1832, with notice of the Commissioner's sittings

COURT BOLLS, VAL0F8, ETC. 44 Edw. III. 190. Extent of the Priory of Alberbury 3 March.

Cojpy

.

1473.

191.

Four court rolls of Ballesley: 2-3 Hen. VI., 3-4 Hen. VI.

192.

Account of mortuaries and tithes

193.

8-9 Hen.

V.,

1

Hen. VI.,

receipts and expenses of ; the administrators, the fruits being sequestered ; expenses of the prior in victuals ; repair of the chancel, &c.

Sir

'

Edw. Leighton's lands and tenements'

P.

1

by Acton. Boundaries of lands in Eyton Fields detained from the college Tiuo papers

194. List of the college lands detained

195.

The value

196.

Computation of the payments Alberbury

197.

Statement of ' whole value of lands and tithes [in Alberbury] as they were set for in the yeare 1708

of the vicarage of Alberbury for tithes

made by

tenants of

'

LETTERS. [151 6. J 29 June.

198.

John Pole



to All Souls' College: Gives an account of an interview with Sir Edw. Leighton, who stated his intention of disputing the title of the college to the lands of the abbey of Alberbury

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

14 1572.

1572.

:

200. Hoveden to Alexander

Wood

:

—Thinks he ought not to pay

what Leighton demands

29 Dec. 1580.



Wood to Warden Hoveden Concerning^ a quitrent and a tack-hogg, challenged by Mr. Leighton in Pecknalls Pp. 2. Add, endd.

199. Alexander

26 Dec.

Draft, P.

1

to Sir Henry Sidney, President of the In favour of Alex.Woode Council of the Welsh Marches and other tenants of All Souls' College at Alberbury. Desire him to dismiss the suits of David Morris, David Joyner, and others, to the common law Copy

201. Privy Council



:

202. Another copy, with interrogatories to be administered in

some 203.

1585.

Alberbury

suit concerning

my lordes of the Coimcell, touching injuries done by Mr. Layton at Allberberie'

A

copie of a supplication to

204. 'Copie of

May. 1587.

'

my

205. Sir

Mr. Laiton

LI. of the Privie Councell to

an arbitrement of

Edw. Leighton

all

causes between

to the

him and

Archbp. of Canterbury

his conduct concerning Alberbury

8 June.

for '

the college Tivo copies :

—Defends Signed

206. All Souls' College to [John Whitgift] Archbp. of CanterEemarks uponLeighton's letter, which the archbp. bury: had sent them Copy



1587-8. 6 Feb.

Whitgift] Archbp. of Canterbury to Sir Edw. Advises him to accept the reasonable offers for Leighton ending the dispute between him and the college Copy

207. [John

:

Lambeth.



30 Oct.

208. [Chr. Hatton] Lord Chancellor to Sir Edw. Leighton: Desires him to stand to the order made by the archbp. to abide by an award, which Sir Edw. refuses to do Copy

1591. 3 Sept.

Request him 209. All Souls' College to Sir Eic. Shuttleworth to fix some day before Christmas to give the award

159^.

210.

between them and Leighton Henry Jones and Alex. Woodd to

211.

Henry Jones,

1588.

:

22 Jan. Abbey. 1592. 17 Sept.

Shrewsbury. 1593.

23 April.



All Souls' College :— Concerning the time to be fixed for Shuttleworth's award vicar of Alberbury, to Mr. Benman or Mr. Meredith, at All Souls' College Arrangements with Sir Richard Shuttleworth concerning the award :

212. Archbp.



Whitgift to the College :--Sends the following Signed. P, 1. Add. endd.

petition

Lambeth. 213. Petition of Thos.

the archbp. to perform

:

and Reignold Williams of Alberbury to

—Harry

Jones, vicar of Alberbury, refuses service at St. John's Chapel in Willaston,

belonging to them. Request the archbp.'s interference P.\

Wood to the college to present him to the vicarage of Alberbury, of wliich he rents the impro-

214. Petition of Peter

priation

Pp. 2

ALBERBURY.

15



Answers to the demands [1618-1635.] 215. Peter Woodd to Warden Astley of Mr. Clarke for tithes at Woollaston 29 June. Black Abbey. :

1622.

216.

Copy

217.

Copy of petition from parishioners at Alberbury to All Souls' College to nominate Mr. Joseph Speake as schoolmaster, and ratify the yearly payment of five marks to him

218.

Agreement of parishioners of Alberbury with All Souls' College to pay five marks per ann. to the schoolmaster

of the nomination of Nicholas Billingsley, B.A., as schoolmaster at Alberbury

Oct. 4.

Alberbuiy.

1624. July.

1

Alberbiu-y.

1624.

28 Oct.

:

master

Alberbury. 1624.

29 Oct.

220. Joseph Speake to the Warden and P'ellows of All Soids' Acknowledges the receipt of the above stipuCollege :

Alberbury. .

1704.

lated 221.



sum

Jeremiah B. Wood to Dr. Gardiner, warden of All Souls' Explaining and refuting the charges made by Coll.: Thos. Hotchkis, Vicar of Alberbury, against Mr. Wood



7 Oct.

1707.



They have 219. Churchwardens of Alberbury to All Souls' Coll. paid the stipulated sums to Joseph Speake, the school-

Humphrey Humphreys, Warden of All Souls'

222.

24 April. Whitbourne.

:

bp. of Hereford, to Dr. Gardiner,

— Sends the particulars of the lands

and tithes belonging to All Souls' at Alberbury, and

commends the

heartily

petition

of the

poor vicar at

Alberbury to the Warden and P'ellows List of tithes enclosed

1707. 12 Sept. Alberbury.

1749. 1

May.

Hotchkis, vicar of Alberbury, to Dr. Gardiner, warden of All Souls' Is willing to stand by the valuation of Alberbury impropriation, and encloses particulars of the tithes and college lands at Alberbury

223. Thos.

:

224. Eevd. M. B. Faussett to Dr. Niblett, warden of All Souls' College Answers questions of the warden about felling :



of timber and other matters at Alberbury, and sends copy of agreement between himself (on behalf of the college) and Mr. Corfield for sale of trees to Mr. Corfield for

Alberbury.

llU. 1763. 19 Sept. Penton.



18s.

6d



Strother to Warden Niblett Concerning Mr. Faussett's intention of claiming tithe hay at Woollaston, and ' breaking all the modus's in the parish

225. G.

:

DRAWINGS. 1579.

226.

'

A

plateforme of Aberberie Abbye made 1579, when the wayes stopped to the site, and thereuppon suite [com]menced in the Chauncerie '

1852.

227.

Drawing of a window presented Mrs. Lloyd of Rowton

to Alberbury

Church by

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

16

LEASES. 19 Hen. VL 16 July.

36 Hen. VI. 4 June.

1.

2.

Edw. IV. 21 March.

3.

10 Edw. IV. 21 March.

4.

2

Lease by All Souls' College to John Sutton, Lord Dudley, and John Chamberleyn of the priory of the new abbey near Alberbury for 16 years at a rent of 24 marks

Of the Priory of Alberbury Owen ap David Of the Priory of Alberbury

Humphrey Hardegrave and

to

to Sir

John Burgh of Watles-

borgh

Of the New Abbey near Alberbury (excepting the advowson of the church there) to Sir John Burgh, of Watlesborgh, Shropshire

On 5.

the back are instructions

o^eferring to

a

riot at

Alberbury

Edmund

Dudley's name substituted for that of Sir John Burgh, and other altera-

Copy

of the preceding with Sir

tions

15 Edw. IV. 16 March.

12Hen.VIIL

Edmund Dudley

6.

Lease of Alberbury to Sir

7.

Power of attorney by Henry Knyglit of Leckhampton to deliver leases of the White or the Black Abbey to the

19 May.

'

'

'

'

college

12Hen.VIIL

8.

Lease of Blake Abbey,' Alberbury, to '

Humphrey Thomas

and Henry Knyght

24 May.

21Hen.Vin.

9.

Of the Black Abbey

'

'

to

Alan Hord

15 Nov.

30 Hen. VIIL

10.

Of the New Abbey, alias the Blake Abbey,' '

to

Alan Hord.

11 Jan.

2

Key

11.

Of the

Black Abbey

'

to Thos.

12.

Of the Black Abbey

'

to

James Shallcrosse of Netley

13.

Of the Black Abbey

to

James Shallcrosse

14.

Of the Black Abbey Temple

10 Eliz. 16 Oct.

15.

Similar lease

10 Eliz. 16 Oct.

16.

Bond

18 Eliz.

17.

35 Hen. VIII. 3 Nov.

&

3 P. & 19 Dec. 1

M.

Eliz.

'

'

'

'

of Oxford

27 Aug. 8 Eliz. 5 April

1

3 Sept.

'

'

to Alexander

of the college to Alexander

Woodd

Woodd

of the

to

Middle

perform the

above indenture Lease of the ' der Woodd

New

otliin-wise tlie

Black Abbey to Alexanjjond enclosed '

ALBERBURY.

17

18 Eliz. 15 Sept.

18.

Release of covenants to the college by Alexander

28 Eliz. 10 Sept.

19.

Lease of the

31 Eliz.

20. Similar

35 Eliz.

Abbey

'

to Alexander

21.

Woodd

lease to deliver seisin

Similar lease

May

35 Eliz. 29 Oct.

22. Similar lease

40

23. Similar lease

1

or Black

Both parts, and power of attorney

4 Nov.

24

New

'

Wood

Eliz.

Oct.

2 Jac.

24. Similar lease

I.

28 Mar.

4

Jac.

25. Similar lease

I.

28 Nov. 7 Jac.

26. Similar lease

I.

20 Nov. Jac.

1

same

Wood

I.

27. Lease of the

I.

28. Similar lease

Both parts

L

29. Similar lease

Both parts

to Peter

28 Oct.

14 Jac. 8 Oct.

17 Jac.

22 Oct. 17 Jac.

I.

80. License to Peter

22 Oct.

20 Jac.

Wood

I.

31.

Lease of the

New

or

9 Oct. 1

Car.

to alienate the lands

he holds of

the college

I.

Black Abbey to Peter Both parts.

32. Similar lease

Woodd Bond enclosed Bond enclosed

24 Nov. 4 Car, I. 30 Oct

33. Similar lease

Bond

enclosed

7 Car. I.

34. Similar lease

Bond

enclosed

31 Oct.

10 Car. 28 Oct.

I.

35. Similar lease

19 Car. 4 Jan.

I.

36. Lease of the

New

or

Black Abbey to Peter and Alexander

Wood 37.

Bond

Lease of the

New

or

Black Abbey to Basil

enclosed

Woodd Date cut

1783.

22 Oct.

38.

Of New

Abbey and Peccenhalls to Wm. ConBurwash, George Com'thope of Danny, and Joseph

or Black

stable of

off

Calverley of Hellingly

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

18 1783.

39. Lease of the

1787.

New

or Black

Abbey and Peccenhalls

Constable, Greo. Courthope, Philcox of Burwash

22 Oct.

Jos. Calverley,

to

Wm.

and James

40. Similar lease

28 April

With

Similar lease

license to

1797. 3 Nov.

41.

1801.

42. Similar lease

Both parts and license

43. Similar lease

Both parts and

let

to let

6 April

1804.

license to let

20 Oct. 1808.

With license

44. Similar lease

to let

25 April 1811.

Nov.

45. Lease

1815.

of

the

same to

the

Revd. John

Constable

Ringmer

2.

of

Both parts

46. Similar lease

28 April 1818. 2 Nov.

47. Similar lease

Both parts and license

to let

BAEFOED, CHELSFIELD. BABFOBD. labelled ' The conveyance of the advowson of the rectory of Barford St. Martin's, Wilts, from Mr. Hersent, &c. to the College of All Souls, a.d. 1718-19,' containing the fol-

Box

lowing 1624.

1.

21 Jas. I. 31 Aug.

:

Sale by Temis Jordan, Richard Hunton, and Henry Cusse of land at Barford St. Martin, Wilts, and the advowson of the church there, to John Bowles, of South Burcome

Wm.

16 Car. XL 30 Sept.

2.

Grant by John Bowles of the said parsonage to of Sampford Bickford

1687-8.

3.

Will of

4.

Sale by John Clark, of East Overton, of land at Barford, and the advowson of the church, to Edward and John Foyle, and Richard Fleming, of tlie Middle Temple Ttuo deeds

1713-14. 22 Feb.

6.

Sale of the same by E. and J. Foyle and Fleming to Peter Hercent, of Durley, clerk

1713-14. 23 Feb.

6.

Release of the same by E. and J. Foyle and Fleming

2

Clark, of the Middle

Temple

Copy

March

1707-8. 6

Wm.

Clark,

Anne

20 Feb.

BARFORD, CHELSFIELD. 1718. Dec.

7.

1

19

Sale by Peter Hercent and John Clark, of East Overton, and others, to All Souls' College, of the same land and

advowson 1718. 2 Dec.

8.

Another indenture concerning the same

1747. 28 Feb.

9.

Eeceipt of

8s.

sale

3^d. for the poor's rate at Barford

Torn in half from the registers of the Bishop of Salisbury, 1637-1713, concerning Barford St. Martin's

10. Extracts

LEASES. 1774.

11.

Nov.

1

1783.

12.

Lease of the same by the Eev. Herbert Eandolph, prebendary of Chesenbury and Chute, to the College

13.

Similar lease

14.

Lease by All Souls' College of the said tithes to the Eev. Edward Pole, rector of Barford St. Martin's

15.

Lease of the same by the Eev. Eobert Charles Blayney, prebendary of Chesenbury and Chute, to the College

22 Dec. 1790.

Nov.

I

1801. 1

Lease by Thos. Morgan, D.D., prebendary of Chesenbury and Chute, of the tithes of St. Dioness farm, in the parish of Barford St. Martin, Wilts, to All Souls' College

6 JNIay

1811. Nov,

I I

OEELSFIELD. Grant of the next avoidance of the church of Chelsfield by Graveley Norton to Wm. Wall

1674. 16 jNIay

1.

1727. 10 Jan.

2.

Eelease by Graveley and William, sons of Graveley Norton, to Thos. Norton his heir, of the right of gavelkind to the

1728. 21 June

3.

Grant by Thos. Norton to Adolphus Meetkirke of the advow-

advowson

1753. 10 May

1753.

12

son for 12 years 4.

for the purchase of the

advowson

Thos. Saunders to the advowson

5.

Abstract of the

6.

Agreement between Gislingham Cooper and

May

1754. 27 Goo. II. 7 Feb.

Agreement between Gislingham Cooper and Thos. Saunders title of

Wm.

Blackstone

on behalf of All Souls' College, touching the purchase of the advowson of Chelsfield Two copies 7.

Grant by Thos. Saunders, of Cheapside, haberdasher, executor of

Thomas Norton,

College, of the

late of Clifford's Inn, to All Souls'

advowson of Chelsfield c 2

With a copy

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

20 1754.

8.

Declaration of trust to Gislingbam Cooper, of St. Clement Danes, banker, in pursuance of preceding grant

9.

Declaration of trust by All Souls' College to Mr. Cooper. Appended to it is the release by the Eev. Edw. Cooper, executor of Anne, widow of Gislingham Cooper, of his title to the advowson of Chelsfield-cum-Farnborough, dated April 15, 1772

7 Feb.

1754. 7 Feb.

1754.

10.

Bond

11.

Fine for the conveyance of the advowson of Chelsfield-cumFarnborough by Thos. Saunders to Stephen Niblett, Warden

of All Souls' College to

Mr. Gislingham Cooper

7 Feb.

1754. Feb.

Two

of All Souls'

1772.

12.

Eelease by

demand

20 Jan.

13. Bill

copies

Edward Cooper of his title to the advowson of 630/. of the College.

;

and

of costs delivered by Mr. Sherwood, the attorney emTwo copies

ployed for the purchase

1493-1571.

14. List of rectors 15. List of

documents concerning Chelsfield

BAEKING. 1.

Collation of the parsonage and vicarage of Barking by Sir Wm. Petre, Dr. Cooke, and Edward Napper to All Souls'

1557. 10 Dec.

2.

Composition between Petre, Cooke, and Napper, All Souls' College, and John Gregill, vicar of Barking, concerning the grant of the vicarage of Barking to All Souls' College, with confirmation by the bishop and dean and chapter of London

30 Eliz. 26 June

3.

Inspeximus of a record in the Exchequer of the same year assuring to the vicar of Barking the pension of 10/. originally paid by the abbess of Barking, and now to be paid by the Exchequer

31 Eliz. 15 July

4.

Grant of the rectory of Barking by All Souls' College to Richard Wignall Not sealed

1557.

IJuly

College

36

Eliz.

5.

Another draft of the same grant

6.

Inspeximus of fine for conveyance of the rectory of Barking by Thos. Baron, alias Barn, to Petre, Cooke, and Napper

17 April

36

Eliz.

11

May

1595. 37 Eliz. 2 Nov.

7.

Confirmation by Sir John, son and heir of Sir Wm. Petre, of the grant of the rectory of Barking to All Souls' College

8.

Copy of the preceding

9.

Power by the College to collect tithes

to

Richard Wignall, vicar of Barking,

BARKING.

21

by John Overall, dean, and the chapter of St. Paul's of a confirmation by Henry Cole, deau, and the chapter, of a composition between All Souls' College and John Gregill, vicar of Barking, dated March 12, 1557

1605-6. 4 Jas. I. 24 March

10. Confirmation

18 Jac.

11.

Grant by All Souls' College of the rectory of Barking to Kichard Hall, clerk, B.D., at a rent of 71. 6s. 8d.

12.

Fine

17

I.

May

10 Geo. Feb.

I.

for conveyance of a messuage in Barking by John Rosendell to George and Sibella Green

1738. 15 April

13. Release

1756. 15 July

14. Release

1764. 13 July

15.

by John and Martha Joyner to Jeremiah Bentham, windmill and other messuages in Barking Unclosed is the deed of sale

sen., of a

by Ralph Cleghorn and Jeremiah Bentham of a

piece of land in Wyfield Street

Four

1781.

16. Similar

Sale

18.

Lease by Jeremiah Bentham of a messuage and land in Wyfield

23 March 1789.

of Upfield, in Barking, by John Strutt and Joseph Gascoigne to Peter Rashleigh, vicar of Barking Enclosed are copies of the will of Sir Crisp Gascoigne and of a release of lands belonging to Crisp Gascoigne

17.

2 Oct.

1789.

Rev. Peter Rashleigh, M.A., vicar of

grant to

Barking

10 Oct. 1787.

enclosures relating thereto

Grant of the rectory of Barking to Christopher Musgrave, D.D., vicar of Barking

Thomas

Street to

by Bentham

19. Release

Jelfe

to Jelfe of the

same

24 March 1794.

28 March

20. Conveyance by John Collier and others of the messuage in Wyfield Street to the Rev. Peter Rashleigh in trust for All Souls' College

21.

Three memoranda concerning the documents relating to Barking one by Mr. Carter ;

1588. 2 Dec.

22. Receipt

by Richard Wignall, vicar of Barking, from the

bursars, of 13s. 4
Day 1793. 11 June

23. Particulars of the sale of the estates of the late

Thomas

Jelfe

Two papers 24. Abstract of the title to the said estate

LETTERS. 1750-1. 27 Jan.

25. R. Carter, curate of Barking, to the College: vicar of Barking, died this morning

Barking 1782.

— Dr. Stephens,

Hoi. p. 26. Messrs. Brograve letters

1

,

add. endd.

and Lyon to Mr. Ingram, bursar

:

—Two

concerning the purchase of the property of the late

Dr. Musgrave, in Barking

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

22

BOSYATE. 22 Edw. IV. 22 Jan.

1.

10 Hen. VII.

2.

Jan.

1

Grant by John Ball of Lynford to Simon and Joan At the Wode, of a portion of his messuage in Boseyate

Hen. VII. 14 Feb.

4.

Bond

1498-9. 2 Feb.

5.

Will of John Balle of Lynford

6.

Grant by Rio. Balle of Oxford to Eic. Andrews of a tenement and 15 acres in Boseyate

Jan.

1

5 Hen. VIII. 6 Sept.

Hen. VIII. 24 April

7.

6 Hen. VIII.

8.

6

Eelease by Simon and Joan At the Wode to John Ball of Lynford Magna, of their title to a messuage in Boseyate

3.

10 Hen. VII. 1

Grant by Wynemer Forster and John Brygges of Boseyat to Eoger Salesbury of a messuage in Boseyat, Northants.

20

May

of John Ball of Lynford to pay 40(Z. annually to Salesbury during the life of Alice Creke

Wm.

Magna

Sale by Thos. Andrews to Ric. Andrews, his son. Dr. Wm. Broke, John Godfraye, and others, of tenements in Great Lynford and Bosyatt

Grant by Richard Andrews of a tenement in Bosyatt to Dr. Wm. Broke, John Godfrey, John Broke, and others

LEASES. 23

Eliz.

1

Nov.

41 Eliz. 1

1.

Lease'

by All

Souls' College of lands in Boseyeat to

2.

Of lands

Wm.

Oct.

in Bozeyate lately held by his father Bettle of Bozeyate

Wm.

3.

Of lands

in Bozeate to

Wm.

Bettle of Bozeate

17 Jac. I. 22 Oct.

4.

Of lands

in Boziate to

Wm.

Bettle

1790.

5.

Of lands and house

7 Jac.

I.

Wm.

Bettell, of Boseyeat

Bettle to

Both parts

20 Nov.

Wm.

20 Oct.

in Boziate, lately in the occupation of

Bettel, to Thos. Hackne}^, of Boziate

6.

Of house and lands yeoman

1807. 2 Nov.

7.

Of the same

to the

same

1818.

8.

Of the same

to the

same

Both parts

9.

Of the same

to the

same

Both parts

1

804.

20 Oct.

in Boziate, Northants, to

William Church, Both parts

2 Nov.

825. 3 Nov. 1

BUCKLAND, LOCKINOE, HARDINGE.

23

Wm.

Church, of Eastern Both parts

1832. 3 Nov.

10.

1839.

11.

Of a house and land

in Bosyate to

jNIaudit

Of a house and land in Bosyate

to

Wm. Church

iNov.

1

BUCKLAND, LOCKINGE, HAEPSDEN. HAEDINGE alias

BUGKL AND. 7 Jac.

20

6 Car.

1.

6 Car. 9

Office

I.

I.

taken after the death of John Lord Lumley, patron of

2.

Demise by Henry Lloyd, alias Fludd, of the demesne lands of West Cheam to Sir Eic. Mynshall and others Copy

3.

Hen. Lloyd, alias Fludd, to Mary Parkins and others. Declaration of new uses in consideration of a marriage of

June

Henry Lloyd, 6 Car.

I.

4.

Henry Lloyd

5.

'

1

I.

6.

Sale by

The

case of

I.

to Sir Eic. Mynshall.

Buckland upon the Estate

Henry Lloyd

Buckland

Oct.

14 Car.

Copy

jun., to Isabella Parkins

Covenants that the

jointure shall be of 100^. value

23 June

14 Car.

Copy

Buckland Church

June

2

1

I.

May

taile

of the advowsons of

West Cheam and

to Benj. Holford

7.

Fine

8.

Eecovery of the churches of West Cheam and Buckland against Hen. Lloyd, sen. and jun.

for the

conveyance of the advowsons to Holford

Michaelmas 14 Car. Mich.

I.

14 Car. I. 18 Feb. 18 Feb. 1713.

by Henry Lloyd, jun., of the advowson of Buckland, Surrey, to All Souls' College for 335^. Two copies

9. Sale

10. Similar deed of 11.

26 Nov. 1778.

12.

Henry Lloyd,

sen.,

with receipt enclosed

Opinion of J. Ward concerning the College's advowson of Buckland Charles

Eugge to Dr. Tracy, Warden

of All Souls':

title

to the

—Desires

to

borrow money from the College to rebuild Buckland parsonage, pulled down by Dr. Price, the late incumbent

11 July

LOCKINGE BECTOBY. Sale of the advowson of Lok3mg, Berks, late belonging to the

12 Eliz. 31 Jan.

1.

Easter

2.

Fine

3.

Extract from

1573.

28 Dec.

Monastery of Abingdon, by John Wynchecombe, of Bucklebury, to Wm. Forster, of Aldermaston for the

conveyance of the above

Wm.

Forster's will, bequeathing the patronage

of Lockinge to his son

John

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

24

Sale of the advowson of Lokinge by Cater, of Lokinge

17 Eliz.

30 April 23 23

Eliz.

24

Eliz.

John Forster

Sale of the advowson of East Lockinges by

May

Bawkyn,

to

Wm.

Wm.

to

Wm.

Cater, of

Watson, of London

5 July

Sale of the advowson of Lokinge by Wm. Philippes, of Hackfield, Second Clerk kitchen

26 Eliz. 28 June

Sale of the advowson of Lockinge by Hen. Philippes to Underbill, rector of Lincoln College

31 Eliz. 17 June

Sale by John Underbill, rector of Lincoln College, of the rectory of Lockinge to Kobt. Kolle, parson of Stoake

1589. 3i Eliz. 17 June

Bond

Watson

to

of the

Hen.

Queen's

John

Clymeslande

1601.

43

of Dr. Underbill to Dr. Robt. Rolle to perform indenture of bargain and sale of the same date

10.

Eliz.

Copy of the will of Robt. Rolle, D.D. of Locking to his son Gabriell

Bequeaths advowson

June

7

17 Jac. I. 14 Jan.

11.

Robt. Chaloner to the Bp. of Salisbury. Presents Gabriel Rolle to the church of Lockinge vice Robt. Wilson, de-

Copy

ceased

5 Car. 1

I.

12.

March

6 Car.

I.

13.

1630. 6 Car. I. 31 March

14.

6 Car.

15.

I.

to

Gabriel

Rolle to

alienate

the advowson

of

Lockinge to Roland Loseley

30 March

10

License

Grant of the advowson of Lockinge by Gabriel Rolle to Rowland Loseley Indenture between Wm. Seymour and Samuell Cowley, Rowland Loosely and Gabriell Rolle, for the transfer of the advowson of Locking to Looseley

Recovery of the advowson of Lockinge against Rolle

May advowson of East Locking by Gabriel Rolle to John Poole, alderman of London Ttuo deeds

16. Sale of the

1630. 6 Car.

I.

16 June 8 Car.

I.

17.

10 June 18. 8 Car. I. Trinity Term

8 Car.

I.

Mich.

1

3 Car.

Two

copies of a fine for the conveyance of the

advowson of

TiOckinge

19. Bill of All Souls' College

complaining that Rolle refuses to Lockinge

deliver deeds concerning

20. Gabriel Rolle's answer to the College's Bill in

1632. 8 Car.

Sale of the advowson of Lockinge by Gabriell Rolle to All Souls' College for 540L With a draft of the deed and Rolle's bond for the performance thereof

Chancery

I. I.

30 Nov.

advowson of East Lockinge by Sir John and dame others to Martin Aileworth, John Wat kins, and Jas. Chesterman Both parts

21. Sale of the

Anne Ramsden and

BUCKLAND, LOCKINGE, HARDINGE. 13 Car. 1 Dec.

I.

25

by which All Souls' College promises to do nothing to the prejudice of John Rous, who holds lands, lately belonging to Gabriel Eolle, in Okingham and East Hamp-

22. Indenture

With a draft

stead 23. Release to Gabriel Rolle

1637. 1 Dec.

executors of John Poole

3 Car.

1

I.

by which Ayleworth, etc., state that their purchase of the advowson of East Lockinge was for the use of All Souls' College With a draft

24. Indenture

20 Dec. 1

by Sir John Ramsden and the other

3 Car.

I.

25.

20 Dec. 1632.

Conveyance of the advowson of Lockinge to the College by Dr. Martin Aileworth

26. Receipt for 330^.

by Gabriel Rolle from All

Souls' College

13 July

1726-66.

27.

An Act

for annexing the rectory of East Lockinge, in the county of Berks, to the office of Warden of the College of the Souls of all faithful people deceased of Oxford

{Mhlett,

1862. 8 Nov.

28. East Lockinge Rectory.

Bishop of Oxford to Governors of Counterpart of mortgage for

Queen Anne's bounty. securing the payment of 29.

*

Lockinge Rectoria.

Warden)

1,680^. with interest

Abstracta Cartarum

LAND IN LOCKINGE. 1701. 5 June

1.

1714. 21 April

2.

Mortgage of Roger House to Henry Knapp Sale of

Close, Lockinge,

West North Leaze,

by John Cheare

in East Lockinge,

by Francis

Prouze to John Aldworth 3.

Transfer of the same to Susanna

Hester, sister of John

Aldwoith 1716.

West North Leaze by John Aldworth and Susan Hester to All Souls' College, with certain trusts concerning the parish of Lockinge Three deeds

4.

Sale of

1716-7. 22 Jan.

5.

Bond

1716-7. 23 Jan.

6.

Indenture between John Chear and Mr.

1722.

7.

Sale of 7 acres in West Lockinge by John, Jane, and William Cheare and others to John Aldworth

8.

Knapp's assignment of John Cheare's mortgage to Mr.. Collins in trust for Mr. Aldworth and his heirs

9.

Assignment of 7 acres in West Lockinge by Mr. Collins and Mr. Aldworth to Mr. Grevile in trust for All Souls' Both parts College

22

&

23

Oct.

20^.

29 April 1722.

30 April 1722. 21 Aug.

of

John Chear

to

Henry Knapp

Knapp

for securing

due by bond

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

26

Settlement by Mr. Aldworth of 7 acres at Lockinge on All

1722. 21 Aug.

10

1728.

11

Sale by Dr. Geo. Clarke and others to William Ives, apothecary, and Giles Bennett, manciple of All Souls', of West North Leaze, for the use of All Souls' College

12.

Appointment of

Souls' College

Nov. 2 Nov. 1

Two

1780. 21 March

trustees to

deeds

Mr. Aldworth's benefaction Draft

by Sarah Wymondesold to John Tracy, warden of All and rector of Lockinge, of a barn in ChalkTwo deeds hill bottom

13. Sale

Souls' College,

LETTUB8. 1722. 8 Oct.

14.

1722.

15.

13 Oct.

— Sends

Rev. John Aldworth to Warden Gardiner: Chair's receipt for the sale of seven lands Hoi. p.

1,

John

add. endd.



Hopes Dr. Bertie's name will be put in Sends Knapp's assignment of his three mortgages and other deeds Hoi. p. 1, add. endd.

Same

to

Same:

the trust.

EAEPSDEN. 1.

Memorandum of the institutions of Robt. Blithman and John Webb to the rectory of Harpsden, 24 July, 1585, and 27 Oct. 1614

W.

16 Jac. I. 29 May

2.

Inquisitio post mortem Manor of Harpsden

1639. 15 Car. L 22 May

3.

Humphrey Elmes

15 Car. I. 10 Sept.

4.

Sale of the rectory of Harpsden, alias Harding, to All Souls' College, by Humfrey Elmes and Sir Humfrey Forster

6.

Two

1639. 13 Sept.

6.

Receipt by Humfrie Elmes of 230^, part payment for the parsonage of Harpsden

31 Oct. 15 Car.

I.

Forster,

who died

seised of the

to the Bishop of Oxford. Presents Herbert Croft to the church of Harpsden, alias Hardinge, Oxon, vice John Webb resigned

drafts of the

same

7.

Receipt for the remaining 100^.

8.

Two

9.

Copy of a recovery of the same

copies of the fine suffered for its conveyance

March 10. Bill of complaint of the College against Sir

Humfrey Forster

and Humfrey Elmes concerning the advowson of Harpsden 1639.

30 Oct.

11.

The answer plaint

of Elmes and Forster to the College's bill of com-

CRENDON.

27

"

12.

Packet endorsed 'Harpsden, Dec. 1856'

13.

Another packet endorsed

'

Harpsden, exchange of lands,

1856, Dec. 17'

CEENDON. 1

349.

1.

23 Edw. III. 24 July 1402-3. 4 Hen. IV. 1

Grant by John de Stratford of land in Chamdon

to Ric.

Bartelot

by William Toiirseye and John Hood, Crendon to John West and Thos. Stevene

clerk, of land in

2.

Grrant

3.

Grant by Robt., bp. of London, and Sir Gerard Braybrok, of the manor of Crendon, Bucks, to Nic. Bradshawe, Thos. Peyner, Edw. Hampden, John Broghton, William Vaus, and Thos. Derham

4.

Power of attorney

5.

Release by Reginald de Grey, lord of Weysford and Ruthyn,

Feb.

5 Hen. IV.

16 Feb.

5 Hen. IV.

to deliver seisin

16 Feb. 1404. 6 Hen. IV. 6 Oct.

1405. 6 Hen. IV.

4 7

of his rights in

6.

May

Hen. IV.

17 9

5 Hen. VI. 17 April

Grant by Ric. and Kath. Wylkyn to John Barton, sen., John Barton, jun., and John Sporte, chaplain, of land in Crendon

Agreement

8.

Counterpart of the above

9.

Grant by John West and Thos. Stevenes of a tenement in Crendon to John Child

May

Hen. V. 27 July

etc.

7.

6 Sept.

„ 12 Hen. IV.

Crendon to Bradshawe,

between Nic. Bradshawe, Thos. Peynre, concerning the partition of Crendon

etc.,

10.

Grant by Robert and Cristina Evot of land William Tirk

11.

Grant by Robt. Dacy, John Bryt, Robt. Yve, and Peter Canon to John Tirk, of land in Crendon, held by gift from

in

Crendon to

him

W.

W. Tyrke

5 Hen. VI. 6 June

12.

Release by Dionisia, widow of her title to land in Crendon

12 Hen. VI. 12 Jan.

13.

Grant by Thos. Deram, of Kymbelle, to Thos. More, Thos. Dode, clerk, and John Arderne, of the manor of Crendon

12 Hen. VI. 16 Jan.

14.

Release by Thos.

14 Hen. VI. 22 April

15.

in

Deram

to Thos.

Salman, to

More,

etc.,

of

of his estate

Crendon

Grant by William and Dionisia Salman to William Tyrk of land near Haddenham's Lane, in Crendon

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

2a

W. and

D. Salman of their estate in the same

14 Hen. VI. 22 April

16.

Release by land

1436. 15 Hen. VI. 13 Sept.

17.

Grrant

5 Hen. VI. 13 Sept.

18.

More and Dood's power

1436-7. 15 Hen. VI.

19.

Grrant

1

9 Jan.

by Thos. More, Thos Dood, rector of Thorneton, and John Arderne, of the manor of Crendon to John Horwood and Robert Somerey of attorney to deliver seisin

by Horwood and Somerey of the manor of Crendon to John Cottusmore, Elizabeth Blaket, Thos. Wykham, Robt. Coneere, and Andrew Sperlyng

15 Hen. VI. 20. Power of attorney to deliver seisin 9 Jan. 1

Hen. VI. 10 Aug.

21.

Lease by Isabel Barton to William Pede, Ric. Wynter, Pudenale, and John Hill of land in Crendon

18 Hen. VI. 3 July

22. Sale

19 Hen. VI. 12 Feb.

23. Release

„ 20 Hen. VI.

24. Similar deed

Wm.

widow of John Barton, to Ric. Andrews, of All Souls' College, of lands in Crendon, Foxcote, and Morton, with conditions for the saying of masses for herself and husband, and the keeping of their by

Isabel,

Warden

obits

1

25.

Grant by Sir Thos. Wykham and of Crendon to Henry VI.



26.

Power of attorney



27. Release

April

20 Hen. VI. 6

by Sir Robt. Coneere of his title to Crendon to Elizabeth Blaket and Sir Thos. Wykham

28.

20 Hen. VI. 29. 7

May

Blaket of the manor

to deliver seisin

by Thos. Dodde, Crendon to Henry VI.

May

Eliz.

rector of Thorneton, of his title to

Grant by John Chyld to Wm. Tyrke, Henry Bryt, and Thos. Hykkys, of land in Crendon Grant by Henry VI. to Ric. Andrews, Warden of All Souls' College, of Crendon, Foxcote, land in Moorton, called Grenehammes, Salford, and messuages in Oxford

20 Hen. VI. 30. Indenture between Ric. Andre wes. Warden, and Isabel Barton 24 May concerning the performance of masses, etc., in consideration of her grant of lands in Crendon

20 Hen. VI. 26 May

31.

Grant by Ric. Andrewes, Warden of All Souls' College, to Isabel Barton, of Crendon, Foxcote, and Morton, for life



32. Counterpart of the

,f

33.

Power

above

of attorney to deliver seisin

34. Isabel Barton's power of attorney to receive seisin „ 33 Hen. VI. 35. Release by John Chyld to John and Petronilla INIortymer of his title to land acquired by them from Bryt and 11 May

Hykkys 14 Edw. IV. 22 Aug.

36.

Grant by Wm. Regate to Jolm Tyrke of lands in Crendon, which he acquired from William, father of John Tyrke

CRENDON.

29

Edw. IV. 16 Nov.

37.

Grant by John Tyrke of land in Crendon to Eichard Hode and John Nele

23 Edw. IV.

38.

Grant by Eic. Hode and John Nele of land in Crendon to Joan, wife of Hen. Byrte, daughter and heir of John Tyrke

1

6

3 April

23 Edw. IV. 4 April 1

Eic. III.

39. Eelease of the

40.

25 Nov.

same by Hode and Nele

Grant by Wm. Hood in exchange

to

Henry

Eussell of lands in Crendon,

3 Hen. VII. 12 April

41.

Grant by Joan Byrte to Henry Byrte, her husband, of land in Crendon

4 Hen. VII. 27 Nov.

42.

Grant by Henry Byrte to Eic. Hickys and Eobert Darell of lands in Crendon

15 Hen. VII. 43. Grant by Eic. Hicks to Henry Birt of land in Crendon, held by gift from him 7 March 15 Hen. VII. 44. Grant by Henry Birt, of Crendon, of land in Crendon to Henry Birt, of Shobyndon 23 April 18 Hen. VII. 45. Grant by John Magge, of Wodnewenton, of land in Crendon 3 Nov. to Henry Birt 21

Hen. VII. 46. Grant by John Dynche of land in Crendon to Henry Byrtt 28 Oct.

15 Hen. VIII. 47. Sale by Henry Byrt of his lands in Crendon to Dr. "Wm. 12 June Broke, Warden of All Souls' College 48. Duplicate of the

above

15 Hen. VIII. 49. Grant by Henry Byrt of land in Crendon to Dr. Broke and others 12 June

15 Hen. VIII. 12 June

50.

Power of attorney

51.

Eeceipt by Harry Byrte, of Chelton, Bukks, of 17/. 13s. from All Souls' Coll. for lands in Crendon sold by him

to deliver seisin

4d

PAPERS. 7

Edw. VI. 25

52.

May

Agreement between the Dean of the Chapel Eoyal at Vilndsor, the Warden of All Souls', and William Dormer, lords of the manor of Crendon, and the customary tenants Copy, mutilated

1/j86-7.

53.

'

12 March

A

note of

all

Colledge,' in

demayne landes belonginge

the

to All Sowlles

Crendon

Pp. 4

[1571-1614.] 54. 'A note of all the treese in the coppiholders grounde about Longe Crendon P. 1 '

65.

Memorandum from

deed 3 Nov. 44 Eliz. concerning Dor-

mer's lands

1G04. 1669. 26 Oct.

56.

'

Crendon and what was made of

57. Bill of

it

by Mr. Hollines

complaint of Thos. Browne. Amy, widow of Thos. detains from him certain property at Crendon

Burnham,

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

30

58.

Anne

Abutments, etc., of meadow, said by Mr. Chambeiiayne to have been purchased by Mr. Dormer of Mr. Grenvile, 1610

69. Temlett v. Neighbour, for lands at Crendon. plaintiff

1708. 16 Feb.

60. Bill in Chancery.

1709. 14 April

61.

1752.

62.

Brief for the

Pp. 4

William Meade's claim to tenements in

Long Crandon Appointment by Bernard Gardiner, Warden of All College, of John Spindler as gamekeeper of Crendon

Souls'

Copy of memoranda concerning Tetherhills

20 June 63. Abstracts of deeds relating to the

and 64.

manor

of Crendon, Bucks,

to the college estate at Alberbury, Shropshire

Map of Tetherhill

woods

COUBT BOLLS. 7

Edw.

III.

65. Abstract of court rolls of

Crendon

Pp. 25

38 Hen. VIIL 66.

Minutes of courts of the manor of Crendon

67.

Bundle of minutes

1692. 19 May

68.

Court

1748.

69.

Copy of the court

6-11

Eliz.

1617.

2

Paper book

and other papers referring to the manor of Crendon, 1617-1668, and list of court rolls, 1588 roll of

of court rolls, lists of residents,

Crendon roll

Vellum, mutilated of Crendon

Vellum

June

1752. 21 May

70. Draft of court roll

LETTEBS. 1641.

Dean and Chapter of Windsor to Mr. Chest er man Desire him to give free admission to tenants who have compounded with the Dean and Chapter for their copyhold

72.

Brune Eives, dean of Windsor, to Mr. Austen to admit Thos. Simms as tenant at Crendon

73.

John Spindler to Warden James: estate at Crendon

74.

[Warden Niblett]

:

lands and paid their fines

1668. 1 1



71.

28 June Chapter House

May

Signed, p. :

1,

add.

— Desires him

Haseley 1684. 15 Sept.

—Information

about an P. l^add.

Crendon 1758.

26

May



to Mr. Rose Gives an account of the portion of Tetlierhill woods, now let to Mrs. Baker, and formerly to the Dormer family. A meadow claimed by Sir :

Clement Dormer was originally part of the wood Draft, pp. 2

MORETON, CRENDON, TETHERHILL, ETC.

31

'MOUETON, CBENDON, TETEEBEILL, BBENTMILL. OLD leases: Eic. III.

1

1

1.

Lease by All Souls' College of the Brend Mylle in Morton to

Wm. Wodeward

Nov.

Robert Wodeward,

2.

Of the lordship of Morton, Bucks, ji^iii'5 of Buckingham

9

Hen. VIII. 23 March

3.

Of the lordship of Maydens Morton

9 Hen. VIII.

4.

Of lands in Crendon to Harry Baldwyn, Richard Harwood, and Thomas Apulford

19 Hen. VII.

24 Sept.

29 March 29 Hen. VIII.

5.

8 Jan.

33 Hen. VIII. 12 Dec.

6.

33 Hen. VIII.

7.

Of the

lordship of

Greenehammes and Brentemyll

8.

Of the manor of Crendon

3 Edw. VI.

0.

Of the same

to Thos.

to

John Watson

to Thos. Harries

May

6 Edw. VI. 16 Nov.

10.

1 Eliz.

11.

Eliz.

'

Mortimer's tenement,' in Crendon, to Thos. Hor-

Of the manor and

13.

Of the lordship and manor of Greenehames, Moorton, to John Harries, of Moorton

14.

Of lands

4 June 1565.

Lease of

12.

30 Oct. 2 Eliz.

License to Thos. Harris to alienate the same

wood

7 April

1

John Harrys

Of the lordship and manor of Crendon to "William Walkley and Thos. Apulford Of the lordship and manor called Greenehammes, in Mayd's Morton, to Thos. Harrys, of Padburye

2 Edw. VI. 22 Dec.

1

to

Harrys, of Padbury

8 Jan.

7

to

lordship of Crendon to Sir treasurer of the Queene's Highnes' Chamber

in Tetherhill or Totherhill to

John Mason, in

Hugh and

Maydes

Elizabeth

Hollingshed

8 Eliz.

21 Nov. 15.

Of the lordship and manor Auberie, of London

3 Eliz. 3 Jan.

16.

Of the lordship and manor of Crendon

13 Eliz. 27 Oct.

17.

Of the lordship and manor of Greenehames, Moorton, to John Harris, of Moorton

18 Eliz.

18.

Of the same

19.

Bond

1566. 8 Eliz.

of

Crendon

to

Dr. William

15 Nov. 1

to the

to

John Gurganye

same

24 Nov. 21 Eliz. 10 Jan.

of Thos. West, of Crendon, to the College

in

Maydes

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

32

Mortimer's tenement in Crendon to Thos. West

21 Eliz. Jan. 28.

20. Lease of

26 Eliz. 27 Nov.

21.

Of Totherhill

29 Eliz. 19 Nov.

22.

Of the manor of Crendon

30

23.

Of the portion

Eliz.

'

'

or Titherhill to

John Dormer, of Thame

John Gurgainy, of Crendon

to

of lands called Totherhill, near the forest of

Barnwood, to John Dormer, of Thame

8 Nov. 24.

Of the manor and lordship of Mayds Morton, Haraes, to John Harris, of Moorton

38 Eliz. 22 Nov.

25.

Of Mortimer's tenement

42

26.

Of

27.

Of the lordship and manor of Crendon Lambeth

2 Jac I. 1 April

28.

Of the manor of Crendon

3 Jac. I. 8 Oct.

29.

Of lands

4 Jac. I. 23 Oct.

30.

Of the manor and lordship of Maidesmorton, called Greenehames, to Henry Eston, of May dens Morton Of Mortimer's tenement in Crendon to Thos. West

31 Eliz.

27 Nov.

Eliz.

5 April

45

Eliz.

13 Dec.

4 Jac. L 28 Nov.

31.

'

'

in Crendon to Thos

to

called Totherhill to Sir

Jac.

33.

Of the

34.

Of Mortimer's tenement

14 Jac. 1

I.

Of the manor of Maides Morton, to John Eston

35.

18 Jac. I. 25 Oct.

36. License to Geo.

20 years

and

license to let

Greenehams, Bucks,

called

Benson, of London, to

37. Lease of

'

Mortimer's tenement

'

to

let [the

manor of

John Spindler, of Cren-

Bond

don, shepherd 38.

Of the manor of Crendon

39.

Of Mortimer's tenement

4 Car. I. 30 Oct.

40.

Of Greenhams

5 Car.

41.

I.

for

paints

Crendon]

20 April 3 Car.

George Benson, of

to

Wm. West

to

Both

17 Jac. I. 26 Oct,

L

John Parker, of

lordship and manor of Maides Morton, called Greenehames, to Henry Eston, of Maydes Morton With license to let

6 Oct.

19 Jac.

to

John Dormer, of Dourton

Of the lordship and manor of Crendon London

I.

West

John Parker, of Lambeth With bond

32.

26 Oct.

Greene

the lordship and manor of Mayd's Moorton, called Greenehames, to Henry Eston, of Mayd's Moorton

9 Jac L 8 Oct. 1

called

to

enclosed

George Benson, of London

29 Oct.

4 Car.

I.

to

John Spindler

18 April

I.

29 Oct.

to

John Eston

Bond

of Sir Eobert Dormer to perform same date with All Souls' College '

'

Probalily a lease of TetherluU.

his indenture of the

MORETON, CRENDON", TETHERHILL, ETC. tenement

13 Car. I. 20 April

42. Lease of Mortimer's

13 Car. I. 3 Oct.

43.

Of Greenham's

14 Car. 2 Nov.

44.

Of the manor of Crendon

I.

Lodge,

'

Bo7id enclosed

to Richard Eldridge, of Shotover

Bond

'

enclosed

John Dormer

45.

Of

Tetherhill, in Crendon, to

46.

Of

half the m;inor of Crendon to

1770. 8 Oct.

47.

Of

1773. 3 Nov.

48.

Of Mortimer's tenement

1780.

49.

Of the manor

60.

Of

1708.

John Spindler

John Easton

to

keeper

to

B3

20 Oct. 1724.

Mary Randolph

30 Oct. 1

Tetherhill, in the manor of Crendon, to the Right Honourable Greorge Grrenville, of Downing Street

of

to

Crendon

Wm.

Gribson, of

Long Crendon

Mary Burrows

to

Both parts

24 Oct. 1784.

22 Oct.

manor of Crendon, Nugent Grenville, Earl Temple, with the fishing in

Tetherhill, or Totherhill, parcel of the

to Greo.

Crendon 1787.

61.

Both parts

river

Of Mortimer's tenement, Crendon,

to

Joseph Gibson, yeo-

man

24 Oct.

Both



62.

Of the manor of Crendon, with underwoods to Phillis West

1791.

63.

Of Tetherhill

to Geo,

Nugent

jjarts

called Furthage,

Grenville, Marquis of Bucking-

ham

11 Oct.

Of the park belonging

1794. 3 Nov.

64.

1794. 3 Nov.

66.

Of the manor of Crendon



66.

Of Mortimer's tenement

1798.

67.

Of Tetherhill

68.

Of Mortimer's tenement

69.

Of the manor

to

Greenham

Blyth Hall, near Coleshill, Edward Oakley Gray

to the

to Richard Geast, of with assignment thereof to

to Phillis

to Joseph

West

Gibson

Marquis of Buckingham

31 Oct.

1801.

to

Anne Gibson

Bothparts

20 Oct. 1801.

of Crendon to Phillis

West

Both parts

29 Oct. 1801.

60.

29 Oct. 1808.

Of the manor

of Greenhams, Maid's Morton, to Edward Oakley Gray, of Buckingham With license to let

61.

Of Mortimer's tenement

62.

Of the manor

to

Mary Gibson

Both parts

25 Oct. 1808.

25 Oct.

of Crendon to Richard Randolph and Benjamin Capper, of the Strand, in trust for Thos. Huxley, of the Middle Temple, and Mary his wife, daughter of Phillis

West

Both parts

D

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

34

63.

Lease of the manor of Greenharames to Edw. Oakley Gray Both parts, and license to let

64.

Lease of TetherLill to the Marquis of Buckingham

1815. 2 Nov.

65.

Of the manor of Crendon and Mrs; Huxley

1815

66.

Of Mortimer's tenement

67.

Of Greenham

1808.

29 Oct. 1812. 2 Nov.

to Benj. Capper, in trust for

]\Ir.

to Mar;^ Gibson

2 Nov.

1815.

to

Edw. Oakley Gray, Esq. Both parts, and license

2 Nov.

same

68. License to let the

1817.

to Sir

to let

Warren Peacocke

1819. 2 Nov.

69.

Lease of Tetherhills to Eic. Marquis of Buckingham

Grenville

Chandos Temple,

1822. 2 Nov.

70.

Of half the manor of Crendon Thos. and Mary Huxley

to

Ealph

Ellis, in trust for

1822. 2 Nov.

71.

Of Greenhams

1825. 3 Nov.

72.

Of Mortimer's tenement

1829. 3 Nov.

73.

Of Greenham

1830. 3 Nov.

74.

Of

1836. 3 Nov.

75.

Of Mortimer's tenement

1836. 3 Nov.

76.

1836. 3 Nov.

77.

manor of Crendon to Benjamin Matthews, in Mary Huxley Both paints, and license to let Of Greenham to Thos. Hearn Both parts

1843. 3 Nov.

78.

half the

to Joseph

to Thos.

manor

Both parts

Gray to

Both parts

Mary Gibson

Hearn

of Crendon to

Both parts

Both parts

Henry Thos. Huxley Both parts

Of

to

James Fryer

Both parts

half the

trust for

Of Greenham to Kichard Plantagenet Temple Nugent Brydges Chandos Grenville, Duke of Buckingham and Chandos

EDGEWAEE. 5

Edw,

III.

1.

16 Feb.

36 Edw. HI. 6 Murcli

2.

Grant by Edw. III. to Ebulo and Elesia Lestraunge of the manors of Colham and Eggewer, Middx., and other lands in Oxon, liincolnsh. and Northamptoush,, the manor of Holeburn, London, and the castles of Clifford and Glasbury, Wales

wood Whitlok

Sale of

at

Eggeswer by Sir Roger Straunge

to

Jolm

EDGEWARE. 51 Edw. III.

3.

26 Feb.

35

Grant of the manor of Eggeswer by Eoger Lestraunge, lord of Knokyn, to his son Eoger, for life

4.

Counterpart of the above

Hen. V. 30 Sept.

5.

Grant of the reversion of a rent in Eggeswere by Richard Lestraunge, lord of Knokyn, to John Savage, Richard Vernon, and others

9 Hen. V. 4 Jan.

6.

Grant of the reversion of the manor of Eggeswer by Richard Lestraunge, lord of Knokyn, to Ric. Ulverston, Richard Colfox, and John Wythynton

4 Hen. VI.

7.

Extract from the act of parliament in favour of All Souls' College

9 Hen. VI. 10 Dec.

8.

Grant of the manor of Eggeswere by Richard Lestraunge, lord of Knokyn, and Constancia his wife, to Will. Darell and Eliz. his wife



9.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin



10.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin

9 Hen. VI.

11.

Grant by Richard Lestraunge, lord of Knokyn, of a rent of 100 mks. from his manor of Dunham to Wm. and Elizabeth Darell, not to be paid as long as they hold the manor of Edgeware

12.

Grant of the manor of Eggewer by



13.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

„ 20 Hen. VI.

14.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin

15.

Fine

16.

Another copy

17.

Surrender of Edgware to Henry VI. by Thos. Chicheley, &c. Abstract with note: 'The deade itselfe is in the box of

„ 1

13 Jan.

1

June

20 Hen. VI. 11 Dec.

Wm. and Eliz. Darell to Thos. Chichele, John Birkhede, John Bolde, and Robt. Danvers

2 Feb.



20 Hen.

VL

for the

conveyance of Eggewer to Thos. Chichele and

others

5 Feb.



Langenith 4 Hen. VII. 4 Sept.

18.

Indenture for the performance of the surrender mentioned in the following deed

4 Hen. VII. 28 Oct.

19.

Extract from a court roll of the manor of Eggesware, being the surrender of Frogpole, Threacres, Cattesfeldes and

7

Hen. VII. 20. 1

May

Rokes Hawes, by John Smyth to JohnElyot and Reginald Pegge Copy of court roll. Surrender of Frogpole, &c., by John Elyot and Reginald Pegge to Ric, Kath. and Thos.

Aunsham 8 Hen. VII. 21. Sale by Harry Osborn to Edmund Stephens of lands in the lordship of Edgeware, parish of Kyngesbury 4 May 8 Hen. VII. 22. Conveyance 1

Aug.

by John Goodere, Bartholomew Burton alias Holbek, Hen. Wheler, and Wm. Roberdes, of a tenement called Berfordes in Edggeware and Hendon to Wm. and Agnes Goodere Co2^y on a paper roll D 2

ARCHIVES

36

1514-5.

Ob'

ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

Aunsham,

23. Will of Ric.

senior, citizen

and mercer of London Notarial copy

17 Jan.

10 Hen. VIII. 24. General release by Thos. Smyth, of Heston, to Aunsham, citizen and mercer of London 14 July

Thos.

11 Hen. VIII. 25. Sale of Frogpole, Threacre, Cattesfeldes and Eokyshawe, by Thos. Aunsham to Wm. Holgill [Master of the Savoy] 31 Oct.

Surrender by Thos. Aunsham, 12 Hen. VIII. 26. Copy of court roll. Frogpole, &c., to Eic. Bartelot, Dr. in medicine 1 May Surrender of 17 Hen. VIII. 27. Copy of court roll. Carleton to Dr. Ric. Bartelet 1 May

of

Berylandes by Geo.

29 Hen. VIII. 28. Inspeximus of proceedings in the Court of King's Bench, by which the manor of Edgeware was secured to the College 3 July 2

&

3 P. 7

2

&

& M.

by Dr. Bertelet, of Frogpole, Three acres, CatisRokishawe, and Berylandes to All Souls' College, where he was educated, in consideration of masses to be said for himself and family

29. Surrender

May

felde,



30. Counterpart of the above



31.

Letter of attorney by the Frogpole, &c.



32.

Another copy with the College



33. Counterpart of the preceding

3 P. & M. 34. 16 May 6 Eliz.

35.

20 June

The warden's bond 7

37.

1661. 15 June

38.

1

in

Edgeware

Order to the

bailiffs

[1745]

Edgeware

to levy certain

sums men-

to Edw. Astin and Fras. Sury to take possession of Berry Bush, Blanketfield Combe, and other land in Earlsbury

Power

39. Similar

power to take possession of Brockhill Woods and

40.

41.

43.

Edgware Surrender of Doustfeild by

Appointment of Joseph Lawrence as Kingsbui*y

42.

in

Copy of court roll of Edgeware. Wm. Dudley

An

bailiff of

Edgeware and Draft

act for vesting part of the estates of Henry,

Chandos, &c. 1783.

of

tioned

May

1745. 4 May

perform the indenture of

Order of the Court of Requests. Chr. Hoddesdon v. Nic. Touching Harrowesfelde and Harrowes Hoddesdon.

Rush Wood, 1668.

to Bertelet to

by John Pnge, of Warenshaw and Hamonds Meade in Edgeware, to All Souls' College

1578. 13 March



seal

36. Release

May

()

take possession of

May

Meade 19 Eliz.

College to

Duke

of

Printed

Appointment by All Souls' College of George Viscount Lewisham, to be gamekeeper of Edgware and Earlsbury

EDGEWARE.

1

1786. 8 Dec.

1829. 18 Aug.

1436.

16

&

37

Appointment of Thos. Milles, fellow of steward of Edgeware

44.

45. Certificate of the contract for the

All

Souls', to

be

redemption of the Land-

tax

Computus of Richard Broke, prajpositus of the College, at Edgeware Copies of inquisitions at Edgeware relating to the bridge over the Brent, and quidam truncus vocatus a whelme

46.

19 Eliz. 47.

'

1577. 1

48.

Memoranda about

lawsuits connected with

Parchment

9 Eliz.

1580.

Memorandum

49.

Edgeware

roll of 3

membranes

about lawsuits for Edgeware

50. Pleading of Sir Gilbert Grerrard, Attorney-General, in a suit against the College

1571-1614. 1599.

51.

'

'Edgeware. Presentment of Bartlet's landes to be concealed P. 1, endd. by Hoveden

52. Rentalls

and other notes that concern Edgware, Wilsden,

&c. [Eliz.]

53.

Account of the tenants of the manor of Edgeware

7 Car. I.

54.

Survey of Edgware and Kingsbury



55.

Another copy

1662.

56.

Survey of timber belonging to the College at Edgeware

57.

'Edgware. The case touching a parcell of land called Loane

58.

'

Paper book

A

6 Sept.

book luith vellum covers

July 1715. Oct.

field

A

terrier of the estate of

him

Mr. Francis

'Mr. Peter's account of his in 1724'

1724.

59.

1760.

60. Particulars of sale of Hill House,

20

Peter's,

purchased by

of Mrs. Eogers lease at

Edgeware, and

Edgware

fine,

Printed

May

1764. 5 July

of sale of farms at West Green and Wood Green, near Tottenham, and at Edgeware Printed

61. Particulars

LETTER. 1662. 28 July

London

62.

Heme [to Warden Meredith] :— Explains his valuation of trees at Berry Hill and other parts of the College estate in Edgware. Asks the Warden's favour for his son William,

John

whom

he intends to make a scholar

Hoi. pp. 2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

38

'

22 Hen. VI.

1.

31 Oct.

UDGEWABE, EAL'LSBUBY, GEORGE INN, NOVA CLAUSUBA. OLD LEASES.'

Lease by All Souls' College of the manor of Erlesbury, Middlesex, to Eichaid Wing-, of Aldenam, Herts

Le

32 Hen. VI. 2 July

2.

Of the house

IV.

3.

Lease of a house called the

1 Edvv.

called

'

George,' at Eggewere, to

'

Henry Abell

George,' in Edgeware, to Peter

Saykyn

29 Sept.

Henry Hod-

4.

Of the inn

31 Hen. VIII. 4 Feb.

5,

Of the manor of Erlesbery, in the parish of Edgeware, Eichard Neteldene and Henry Haylye

33 Hen. VIII.

6.

Of the

Edw. VI. March

7.

Of the

2 Edw. VI. 2 April

8.

24 Hen. VIII. 15 Nov.

George,' in Edgeware, to desdon, alias Byrd, and Katherine his wife called the

George

*

'

to

'

to

Henry and Catherine Hoddesdon

12 Dec. 2

5

George' to Nicholas Fynch, of Stanmarre the Moor, Strond Inne, in Strond, beside London

'

late of

Of the quitrents of the manors of Edgeware and Kingsbury, I2d. due from Chalkhills lands, with half the profits of the manors, to Nicholas Finch, whom the College appoints bailiff

1

2

Of the manor

2 Edw. VI. 22 Dec.

9.

6 Edw. VI. 16 Nov.

10.

Of the

'

11.

Of the

*

12.

Of the manor

13.

Of Frogpole, &c.

&

2 P.

& M.

&

3 P.

& M.

of Erlesburie to

George

'

Henry Hayly

to Nicholas Finch, of

Bedburn, Herts

George to Wm. Hoghton Inventory of the implements on the dorse '

of Erlesburie to

Henry Haylye

12 Nov. 2

&

3 P.

&

M.

22 June

Both parts,

letter

to Dr. Bertelet of attorney to receive seisin

and mem.

thereof

8 Eliz. 21 Nov.

14.

Of the

17 Eliz.

15.

Bond

16.

Lease of the woods on the College lands in Middlesex to Chr. Hovenden, B.A.

26 Eliz. 10 Dec.

17.

Of the

26 Eliz. 20 Aug.

18.

Of the manor of Erlesburie yeoman

28 Eliz. 18 July

19.

Of the

8 April

22 Eliz. 2 Sept.

'

George

'

to

Henry

Halie.

of Robert Stransham, Kingsbury

'

lessee

Kent eight pounds of lands in

Edgware and

George to Peter Pory, of Oxford, serving man, at a 51. 6s. 8d. 4 qrs. of wheat and 5 qrs. 3bs. of malt '

rent of

'

George

'

to

to

Edward Archer,

Henry Jackson, manciple

of Edgeware,

of All Souls'

EDGEWARE.

31)

manor of Earlsburie

Edward Archer

34 Eliz. 24 Nov.

20. Lease of the

45 Eliz. 30 Nov.

21.

Of the manor

3 Jac. T. 7 April

22.

Of the

'

Greorge

6 Jac. L 7 April

23.

Of the

'

George 'to Henry Haily, jun., of Willsden

9 Jac.

24.

Of the manor

25.

Of the

26.

Of the manor of Earlsburie

I.

of Earlsburie to

'

to Richard

to

Edward Archer

Wickham,

of Earlesburie to

Both parts

of London,

gentleman

Edward Archer

19 Dec. 1

1

Jac.

1

April

I.

16 Jac. I. 27 Oct.

„ 1 Car.

I.

George to Henry Hayly the younger

'

27.

Of the

'

28.

Of the

'

24 Nov.

'

George

7 Car. I. 31 Oct.

30. Lease of the

11 Car.

I.

Bond enclosed Bond enclosed

Henry Haley

'

29.

of

to

Edward Archer

George to Henry Haley, of Edgeware With license

3 Car. L 20 April

Bond

'

to

Edward Archer,

of Earlsbury, to a lease of the same

date

31.

Of the manor

'

George to Henry Haley

With license

'

Bond 32. License for Peter let

the

'

George

'

of Rickmansworth, to whom a moiety of the ' George,' Edgeware, has been assigned by Peter le Piper, to perform covenants

Bond of James Weedon,

1779. 31 Oct.

34.

Lease of 12 acres, parcel of the



35.

1784.

36.

May



37.



38.

1793.

39.

„ 1795. 21 Oct.

'

George

'

farm, to James

Weedon, of Rickmansworth

20 Oct.

4 Nov.

enclosed

Lepiper and Phillis and Anne Burton to

33.

1761. 1

to let

Edward Archer

of Earlsbury to

30 Oct. 1729. 24 Dec.

to let

George Inn to James Weedon Of the manor place of Earlsbury to Joseph Gibbs, of Old Broad Street, and Chas. Whishaw, of Castle Yard, Holborn Both 'parts Of 18 acres in Edgeware, called the Inclosure, to Gibbs and Whishaw Both parts Of Bury Bush, Blanketfield Combe, &c., to Gibbs and Whishaw

Of the

'

'

Of twelve acres, parcel of the George farm, to Joseph Stone, of Pinner, and James Dunton Stone, of Rickmansworth With license to let 40. Of certain lands, usually let with the George,' to J. and J. D. Stone With license to let '

'

'

41.

Of Brockhill Wood, Rush Wood, and Rush Mead Wood, to Thos. Dring Both parts, and license to let

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

40 1798.

42. Lease of eighteen acres, called the Inclosure, in

27 Nov.

to Isaac Delaware, of 43.



Enbourne, Herts

Of Bury Bush, Blanketfield Combe, and in Earlsbury, to Isaac Delamare

Edgeware, Both 'parts

certain hedgerows

Both parts



44.

Of the manor place

1800. 23 Oct.

45.

Of the



46.

Of the lands usually let with the George

47.

Of Brockhill Wood, &c., to Thos Cooper, of the Privy Council Office, and others, executors of Thos. Dring, late of the Privy Council Office Both parts

1805. 4 Nov.

48.

Of the manor place of Earlsbury



49.

Of the Inclosure



50.

Of Bury Bush,

802.

1

23 Oct.

1807.

to

'

Stephen Salter, of Rickmansworth Both parts, and license '

'

to J.

5L Of the land Curzon 62.

Of the

'

to Thos.

EdgeBoth parts

to Thos. Withers, of

Withers

May

Both parts

Withers

&c., to Thos.

late held

St.,

to let

and J. D. Stone Both parts

ware

20 Oct. „

George

'

Delamare Both parts

of Earlsbury to Isaac

by the Stones to William Smith,

of

Fair

George to Stephen Salter Both parts, and license '



53.

Of land



54

Of land usually

usually let with the let

George

'

with the

'

George

How Wm. Smith,

James

to

'

to let

to

'

of

Curzon Street 1809. 25 Oct.

55.

Of Brockhill Wood, Eush Wood, and Rushmead Wood, Thos. Smith, of Belmont House, Vauxhall

1812. 2 Nov.

56.

Of the manor place of Earlsbury

to



57

Of the Inclosure

James



68.

Of Bury Bush,

1814.

59.

Of the George



60.



61.

1816.

62.

in

Edgeware

to

James

&c., in Earlsbury, to

to

How

How How

Both parts

James

Both parts to

Samuel

Of land usually

let

with the

Of land usually

let

'

'

Rickmansworth

Salter, of

Nov.

2

2 Nov.

1819. 2

63.

Nov. ,

„ 1821. 2 Nov.

64.

with the

George

'

'

George

'

'

to

James

to

Wm.

How Smith Both parts

Of Brockhill Wood, Rush Wood, and Rushmead Wood, to Thos. Smith, late of Belmont House, Vauxhall Both parts Of the manor place of Earlsbury to Eleanor How Both parts Of the Inclosure to Eleanor How Both parts

65.

Of Bury Bush

66.

Of

to

Eleanor

How

half the land late let with the

Both parts '

George

'

to Eleanor

How

EDGE WARE. 1821.

67. Lease of the

Greorge

'

'

to

41

Samuel Salter

Both parts

2 Nov.



68.

Of part of the land usually let with the

1826. 3 Nov.

69.

Of the manor place

1828.

29 Oct.

'

Greorge' to

of Earlsbury to Eleanor

How

Both parts, and

license to let

70. Of Leather Bottle Fields and Frog Pools, in Edgeware, to James How

Greorge' to Eleanor How Both parts, and license to

71.

Of land



72.

Of the



73.

Of the land usually

1830.

74.

Of Brockley Hill Farm, in Edgeware,

1831. 17 Dec.

75.

Of Brockley

1833. 4 Nov.

76.

Of the manor place of Earlsbury

1 835. 3 Feb.

77.

Of Warren Shaw and Hammond's Mead, Thos. and Edw. John Lack

1835. 31 Oct.

78.

Of the



79.

Of land usually

1837.

80.

Of Frog Pools



81.

Of Leather Bottle Field

1838. 3 Nov

82.

Of land near Brockley Hill

83.

Of the manor place

84.

Of Warren Shaw and Hammonds Mead

1842. 3 Nov.

85.

Of the land usually

1849. 3 Nov.

86.

Of the land

1828.

Wra. Smith Both parts

usually let with the

'

3 Nov. '

Greorge

'

with the

let

'

Greorge

'

to

Wm.

Both parts

'

Farm

Hill

Greorge

'

to Thos. Carter

to

James

How

Both parts

in Edgeware, to

Both parts Both parts

to Thos. Fellows

let

in

with the

Edgeware

'

to

Greorge

'

to Bright

Smith Both parts

John and Benjamin Weall

May

J?

in

Edgeware to Judith

4-8 Edward IIL

2.

13-24 Edward

3. 4.

33 Edward IIL 2 Richard II.

6.

17 Eichard

IL

III.

to

Henry Wylde

Buer

of Earlsbury to Judith

let

to

Buer

Samuel Dendy Both parts

with the George to Bright Smith

usually let with the George to Bright

EBGWABE AND KINGSBURY COURT 1.

Smith Both parts

to Thos. Carter

30 April

15

let

Samuel Salter

to

6. 7. 8.

9.

10.

9-10 Hen. V. 1-13 Hen. VL 19-37 Hen. VL 2-22 Edward IV. 1

Ric.III.-l Hen.VIII.

Smith

ROLLS.

VIL VIL

11.

10 Hen.

12.

13 Hen.

13. 14.

1-38 Hen. VIIL 10 Hen. VIIL

15.

14 Hen.

VIIL

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

42

16.

1

Edw. Phil.

VL— 4 and

&

5

Mar.

&

17.

4 and 5 Phil.

18.

mutilated 1-44 Elizabeth

19.

1

Jac. I.-3 Car.

Mar.

L

20. 1618-1619. and an extract

dated

1

May, 14

2L 1652-1657. 22.

1660.

23.

Eliz.

66.

1750-1753.

97.

1801.

66.

1754-56.

98.

1802.

67.

1757-58.

99.

1803.

68.

1761.

69.

1762-63.

lOL 1804.

60. 1764-65.

102. 1805.

100. 1803.

6L 1766-68.

103. 1806.

1769-70,

104. 1807.

62. 63.

1771-73.

106. 1808.

64.

1773-75.

106. 1809.

1669.

65.

1776-77.

107.

24. 1671.

66.

1778.

108. 1811.

1672.

67.

1779.

109. 1812.

25.

1810.

26.

1673.

68.

1780-82.

110.

1813.

27.

1674.

69. 1783-84.

111.

1814.

1785.

112.

1815.

28. 1675.

70.

29. 1676.

7L 1786.

30. 1677.

72. 1787,

113.

1816.

May

114.

1817.

1678.

73.

1787, Nov.

116.

1819.

32. 1679.

74.

1787, Dec.

116.

1820.

117.

1820.

31.

33.

1680-1683.

76.

1788.

34.

1684.

76.

1789,

May

118.

1821.

36.

1685.

77. 1789,

July

119.

1822.

May

36. 1692.

78.

1790,

1693.

79.

1790, July

121.

1823.

38. 1694.

80.

1791.

122.

1824.

39. 1695.

8L 1791.

40. 1696.

82. 1792.

37.

41.

1697.

83.

42.

1698.

84. 1793,

1793,

123. 1825.

124. 1826.

May June

43. 1699.

86.

44.

1700.

86.

45.

1701.

87.

May 1794, May 1795, May

46.

1702.

88.

1795, June

47.

1703.

89. 1796.

48.

1704.

49. 1705.

1794,

90. 1797, 91.

120. 1822.

126.

1827.

126. 1828. 127.

1829.

128. 1830.

129. 1831.

130. 1832.

13L 1833.

May

1797-98.

132. 1834. 133. 1835. 134. 1836.

93. 1798,

May May

135.

183

94. 1798,

June

136.

1838.

137.

1839.

138.

1840.

60.

1706-1715.

92. 1798,

61.

1726-1729.

62.

1729-1741.

63.

1742-1744.

96.

64.

1745-1749.

96. 1799-1800.

1799, Feb.

.

EDGEWARE. 139.

1841.

140. 1841-42. 141.

1843.

142. 1844.

43

147.

1849.

155.

148.

1850.

156. 1861.

149.

1851.

157.

1868.

150. 1852.

158.

1869.

1857.

143. 1845.

151.

1853.

159. 1870.

144. 1846.

152. 1854.

160. 1871.

145. 1847.

153. 1855.

161.

146. 1848.

154. 1856.

1872.

COPIES AND MINVTE8 OF COURT BOLLS. Kic. II.-Eliz.

Memoranda from

1.

court rolls of Kingsbury

2.

Later copies from court rolls of Edgeware, 14 Hen. VII. to 31 Hen. VIII., with remarks

Hen. VII.-EIiz.

3.

Extracts from court rolls of Edgeware and [Kingsbury]

1516-1685

4.

Bundle of 23 copies of court

5.

Bundle containing copies and extracts from court rolls of the 15th and 16th centuries relating to Nichol's claim of

6.

Bundle containing surrenders and other proceedings at the courts baron, with two lists of the tenants of the manor

7.

Bundle of minutes of court

Endd.

Cogdale's Close,

jp'p.

6

vellum

rolls,

lands

13-34

Eliz.

1617-23

1629-1639 1642

rolls

8.

9.

1649-1653

10.

1660-1669

11.

1670-1679

12.

1681-1689

13.

[19th cent.]

14.

Minutes of a court at Edgeware

Pp.

RENTALS. 1.

43-44 Edw.

2.

4 Hen. VI.

3.

4 Hen. VI.

4.

[Hen. VI.]

5.

22 Edw. IV.

10.

Commencement

VELLUM ROLLS.

III.

The commencement

lost

6.

22 Edw. IV.

7.

22 Edw. IV.

8.

[Hen. VII.]

9.

17 Hen. VIII.

10.

20 Hen. VIII.

lost

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

44

11.

20 Hen. VIII.

20. 1672.

12.

20 Hen. VIII.

21.

1674.

13.

1613.

22. 1676.

14.

1613 (a vellum book).

23.

15.

1619.

24.

1684.

16.

1620.

25.

1698.

1682.

17.

1641.

26. 1705.

18.

1668.

27.

19.

1669.

28. 1745.

1745.

RENTALS. PAPER. 29. 1574-1584.

35.

30. 17th cent. 4 fragments.

36.

1633.

37.

1680.

38.

1683.

31.

1613.

32.

1619.

1633.

33. 1620.

39. 1735.

34. 1631.

40. 1751.

FOXCOTE. [1209-1218.]

1.

Release by John de Haia, rector of Foxcote, of the tithes William of Morton Park to Walter de Haya, patron. [Bleys] archdeacon of Buckingham is one of the witnesses

2.

Grrant by John, parson of Foxcote, to Walter de Haia of a pond in exchange for 1^ acre of land granted to St. Leonard's Church. John, dean of Preston, is a witness

[1253-77.]

3.

Grant by Stephen, son of Stephen del Haie, of a messuage Eustain Foxcote to Roger, son of Jordan Frendevile.

31 Edw.

4.

Covenant for the conveyance of the manor of Foxcote by John de la Haye to Ric. de Boy vill, rector of Crawenho

31 Edw. I. 17 Feb.

5.

Indenture between Ric. de Boy vill, rector of Crawneho, and John de la Haye, lord of Foxcote, for the conveyance of the manor of Foxcote to the former

3 Edw. III.

6.

Release by Joan, widow of Adam de Wesburi, to Ricliard de Sancto Lucio, son of Ivete de Seytun, of tenements in

chius [de Rochford], parson of Foxcote, I.

Feb.

1

7

May

is

a witness

Foxcote 5 Edw. III. 4 April

7.

Release by William le Vavasour, of Lethamstede, to Agnes, widow of John de la Haye, and his son Thomas, of all claims for debt of the said John

FOXCOTE. 6

6

Edw. in. March

14 Edw. III. 8 May

45

8.

Receipt of 40^. to trade with by Thos. de Tutbury from Simon de Saleford, fisherman of London

9,

Grant by Thos. de

la Haye, lord of Foxcote, to Thos. de Sancto Lucio, rector, of a piece of land at Manslade in exchange

17 Edw. III. 10. Grrant by Thos. de Sancto Licio, parson of Foxcote, to Thos. de la Haye of a piece of land to enlarge his pond 2 June

17 Edw. III. 2 J\me

11.

Indenture between Thos. de la Haye, lord of Foxcote, and Thos. de Seynt Lyz, parson, concerning the right to a ditch between their gardens

23 Edw. III. 26 Feb.

12.

Grant of a cottage in Foxcote, by Adam de Westburi and Joan his wife, to Richard de Sto. Lucio, son of Ivete de Seytun

24 Edw. III. 25 May

13.

John Bore, of Foxcote, chaplain, appoints Stephen

25 Edw. III. 6 July

14.

Grant by Agnes, d. of Geoffrey Dalvag, of Foxcote, of her lands in Foxcote to Thos. de la Haye

9 July

15.

Power of attorney

25 Edw. III. 6 July

16.

Release of lands in Foxcote by John Lynet to Thos. de la

36 Edw.

36 Edw.

Haye, lord of Foxcote of Foxcote and West Wykhara by. Ric. Duraunt, of Beurton, to Willm. Willeby and Thos. Clappe

III.

18.

Release by Thos. Clappe, of Morton, to Will. Wilby, vicar of Stowe, of his estate in the manors of Foxcote, Bucks, and

19.

Grant by Will. Willeby, vicar of Stowe, and Thos. Clappe, of Morton, to Agnes, widow of Thos. del Haye, of the manors of Foxcote and West Wykham

May

1

to deliver seisin

III. 17. Release

May

1

Hillis

heir to his property in Foxcote

West Wykham, Cambridge 36 Edw. IIL 8

May

43 Edw. III. 20. Grant by Margaret Corom- of land in Foxcote to her 4 Feb. Agnes 44 Edw.

III.

21.

May

1

Letters of attorney of John Darderne, John Atte More, and John Tykynge, parson of Shaldeston, to receive the manors of

Foxcote and West of Shaldeston

44 Edw. 6

III.

May

7

from Aleyn and Agnes Aytte,

John Darderne, John Atte More, and John Tykynge

III. 23.

Surrender by Aleyn and Agnes Ayete, of Shaldeston, of the manors of Foxcote and West Wykham to John Darderne, John Atte More, and John Tykynge, parson of Shaldeston

III. 24.

Grant by Margaret Corour, of Newportpaynel, of her lands in Foxcote to Alan and Agnes Ayete, of Shaldeston

May

44 Edw.

Wykham

22. Confirmation by Aleyn and Agnes Ayete of the grant of the reversion of Foxcote and West Wykham by John Kynne to

44 Edw.

sister

2 July

44 Edw. HI.

25.

Another grant of the same lands to the same

26.

Finefortheconveyanceof the reversion of Foxcote and West Wykham to Jolm Arderne, John Atte More, and John Tykynge

3 July

44 Edw. Jan.

III.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

4G

49 Edw. 1

manors of Foxcote and Wykham by John and Helen Kyme, of Maydeford, to Alan Ayete, lord of Shal-

III. 27. Eelease of the

July

deston 7

Hen. IV. 25 April

3 Hen. V. 1 April

to

John

release by William, vicar of Stowe, David, rector of Shaldeston, and John Smyth, of Buckingham

3 Hen. V. 6 April

by the Bartons of a rent of 8 marks from the manors of Thorenton and Foxcote to Alan de Ayete

32. Grrant

33. Counterpart of the above

J?

VL

king of the manor and advowson of Foxcote by Thos. More, Thos. Dodde, and John Arderne

34. Surrender to the

April

VL

20 Hen. 1

manor of Foxcote by Robt. Pageyn, chaplain, John Barton, sen. and jun.

29. Release of the

3L Similar

5J

1

Grant by William Atte Welle, vicar of Stowe, and Eobt. Pageyn, chaplain, to Alan de Ayete, jun., and Alionora his wife, of a rent of 8^. from the manor of Foxcote

30. Release of the manor of Foxcote by Alan de Ayete to Barton, senior and junior

35

20 Hen.

28.

35.

April

21Hen.VL

36. Receipt

Lambeth

28 Hen. VI.

3)

35

1456-7. 10 March

Wm.

Wenflete, provost of Eton, of 1,000Z. from of Canterbury, for the use of

the king 37.

Bond

38.

Award

2 Dec.

29 Hen. VI. 4 Nov.

by

Henry Chichele, archbishop

31 Jan.

28 Hen. VL 29 Nov.

Power of attorney of Thos. More, Thos. Dodde, and John Arderne, to surrender the manor and advowson of Foxcote to Hen. VI.

of William Purefey to agree to arbitration between himself and Sir Robt. Shotes broke, concerning the possession of the manor of Foxcote of arbitrators adjudging the possession of the of Foxcote to Sir Robt. and Isabella Shottesbrok

manor

by William Purefey of the manor of Foxcote to Sir Robt. and Isabella Shotesbroke, for a rent of 8 marks

39. Grant

40.

Power

41.

Power of attorney

42.

Writ of John, bp. of Lincoln,

of attorney to deliver seisin to receive seisin

to

make inquisition concerning

the vacancy of Foxcote church, to which All Souls' College has presented Master Walter Hopton

29 Hen. VIIL 43. Bond of John Warner and William Hill to Ric. Engeham 23 Nov. to abide by the award between All Souls' College and

Engeham 1601-2. 27 Jan.

1373. 6

Ric.

IL

44. Receipt for 10s.

shawc, from

by Thos. Fanshawe, executor of Thos. Fan-

Warden Hovenden

45.

Computus

of

John Ward, prcepositus of Foxcote

46.

Computus

of

Simon Child

f jr sale of trees at

Foxcote

GOOGY HALL, HOPE OMNIUM SANCTORUM. 8 Hen. V. 19 Oct.

4 Hen. VI.

47. Court roll of

47

Vellum

Foxcote

48. Court roll of Foxcote

11 Oct.

15th cent.

49. Foxcote. 50. List of

'

Firmse terrarum de dominicis dimissis

documents concerning Foxcote

GOOQY HALL, HOPE OMNIUM SANCTOEUM. 'SPECIALE8 CABT^: 136L

1,

35 Edw. III.

Grant by Agnes, d. of Wm. Friland of Newechirch, to John and Joan Lynot, her mother, of a portion of all her lands in Ivechirch, Newechirch, Snaves,

7 Oct.

Eokyngham, Bilsynton,

Estbruggh, and Apuldre

40 Edw. III. 30 April

2.

Partition of Gokyeshalle and other lands between John and Joan Lynot, and Margery, daughter and coheir of

Wm.

Friland 3.



4.

Counterpart of the above Copies of the two preceditig documents

Grant by Margery, d. of Wm. Friland of Newechirch, to John Lynot and Will, de Maton, of all her inheritance in Newechirch and Snaves

41 Edw. III. 10 Jan.

5.

42 Edw.

6.

Eelease by Margery Friland of her inheritance to John Lynot

23 Eic. II. 10 July

7.

Grant by Elias Lynot

Hen. IV. 1 Aug.

8.

III.

8 Jan.

2

10 Hen. IV. 4 Oct.

to

John Lawney, chaplain, of

all his

property in Kent

9.

Grant by Helias Lynet, of Ivechirche, to Sir Wm. Echyngham. Sir Nicholas Hawton, Sir Thos. Erpyngham, Eobt. Passheley, Wm. Boteler, and others, of all his lands in Ivechirche, Newechirche, Broklond, Snave, Brendeset, Synt Marechirche, Eokynge, Stowtyng, Postlyng, Stanford, Gymynge, and Westynhanger, Kent

Grant by Elias Lynot to John Lawne and John Whithed, of Great Mungeham, of his lands in Ivechirche, Niewecherche, &c., and the reversion of them

10 Hen. IV. 10. Eelease of the lands mentioned in the preceding to Lawne

and Whithed

6 Oct.

14 Hen. IV. 1 Feb.

11.

Grant by John Lawney to John Knoldane, Eic. Parnelet, and Stephen Wynday, of his lands in Newecherche, formerly belonging to John Lynot

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

48 1412-3. 22 March

12.

Grant by Knoldane, Parnele, and Wyuday to John Lawney, Thos. Wythot, Thos. Chestre, and Alan White, of their lands in Newecherche

2 Hen. V. 20 April

13.

Eelease by Sir Elias Lynet to John Lawney of his estate in the said lands

2 Hen. V.

14.

Grrant

18 July

by John Lawney to Eobt. Clifford, Eic. Weyvyle, Thos. Wolbald, Adam Chaunceler, Eic. Pernele, Eobt. Byrchele, John Knoldane, and John Waryn, of all his tenements in Newechirche

3 Hen. V. 5 March

15.

Eelease by Eic. Weyvyle, Adam Chaunceler, Eic. Pernele, Eobt. Byrghele, and John Knoldane to Eobt. Clifford and John Waryn of the lands in Newecherche, granted to them

4 Hen. V. 10 May

16.

Eelease by Sir Thos. Erpyngham, John Saver, John Brygge, and others, of a messuage and 800 acres in Newecherche, called Grokyhalle, to Eobt. Clifford and John Waryn

4 Hen. V.

17.

Eelease by Sir Thos.

by John Lawney

19

May

4 Hen. V.

18.

of his estate in a

cherche, granted to

4 Hen. V.

19.

March

1

4 Hen. V.

and Waryn of

messuage and 160 acres in Newe-

them by John Lawney

Grant by Sir Elias Lynot and John Lawney to Eoger Eye, John Seyntcler, Wm. Ikham, and Ric. Prat, of 2 messuages in Hope All Saints and Ivecherche, late belonging to John Lynot

20. Indenture between the

March

1

to Clyfford

Eelease by Sir Elias Lynot to Eobert Clyfford and John

Waryn

March

1

Erpyngham

his estate in Gokyhalle

same

parties to give effect to the

preceding

Grant by Eobt. Clyfford, of Welle, and John Waryn, of Heriettesham, to Eoger Eye, of Egethorn, Wm. Ikham, and others, of the lands granted to them and others by John Laweney in Newecliirche

6 Hen. V. 20 Jan.

21.

6 Hen. V. 20 Jan.

22.

Power of attorney by Eobt.

6 Hen. V.

23.

Grant of C(jkyhall by Sir Elias Lynot of Lyde, his daughter Mary, and John Laweney to Eoger Eye, Wm. Ikham, and others

6 Hen. V. 6 March

24.

Grant by the same to the same of 2 messuages, land and rents in Hope All Saints, Ivecherche, and Brensete

4 Hen. VI.

25.

March

6

15 April

4 Hen. Vl. 15 April 4 Hen. VI. 1(5

27.

April

5 Hen. 1

26.

VL

May

28.

Clyfford to deliver seisin

Grant of Gokyhall by Wm. Barbour, Eic. Seyntcler, and Wm. Chilton to John Bysshop, of Canterbury, goldsmith

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

Grant of Gokyhalle by John Bysshop to Wm. Chilton, Eic. Seyntcler, Wra. Barbour, John Seyntcler, John Dreylond, John Cely, and others Release by John Adam to Seyntcler, Chilton, Barbour, and others, of his estate in lands in Newecherche (CJokyhalle)

GOOGY HALL, HOPE OMNIUM SANCTORUM.

49

6 Hen. VI. 15 Jan.

29.

Grant by Chilton, Barbour, and Seyntcler to Henry Cbichele archbishop of Canterbury, Roger Heron, and John DarelU of Gokyhalle, and otlier lands in Hope All Saints, Ivccherche, and Brensete



30.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

Jan.

31.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin

1

6 Hen. VI. 21 April 7

Hen. VI. 12 Jan.

32. Grant by Robert Armenard, of Hope All Saints, to Ric.

Clytheroe, of 33.

21 Hen. VI. 16 March

34.

21 Hen. VI. 18 March

35.

Romney, of three

Grant by Archbishop Chichele to Wm. Byconyll, John Birkhede, John Bolde, Robt. Dan vers, and Wm. Buris, of 2 messuages and land in Hope All Saints, Ivecherche, and Brensete, and 1 messuage and 160 acres of land, called * Gokyhall Seal of Chichele with swans as supporters, broken

Power of attorney

original of which

'

32 Hen.

VL

power of attorney to deliver seisin, the is with the evidence of Newlandes and is '

TEBE^ OLIM

COBBES.'

37.

Grant by Henry Goddard to John Cobbes, of 4 acres of land adjoining Gogy Halle, between it and the road leading from Millebergh to Benequikescroche

38.

Grant by Henry Goddard to John Cobbes, of land in Newcherche, containing 4 acres

39.

Grant by Stephen Porteer, Henry Aleyn, Roger Jamys, and Stephen Harynden to John Cobbes, of 7 acres in New-

2 Feb.

30 Hen. VI. 2 Feb.

to receive seisin

'

numbered 46

30 Hen. VI.

Hope All Saints in Hope All Saints

Grant by Ric. Clytherowe of three acres to Hen. Chichele, archbishop of Canterbury, John Darell, and Roger Heron

36. Abstract of the



acres in

9 Oct.

2 pieces of

chyrche 13 Eliz. 26 May

40. Fine for the conveyance of 16 acres in Newchurche by Reynold and Joan Scott, Jas., Edith, and Thos. Cobbe to Roger Boyle and Thos. Hovenden Tivo copies

13 Eliz. 31 May

41.

Sale by Reynold and Joan Scott, Jas., Edith, and Thos. Cobbe of their lands in Newchurche, Romney Marsh, to Roger Boyle and Thos. Hovenden

42.

Bond

5)

13 Eliz. 16 Aug.

of the vendors

by Thos. Cobbe, of Alington, to Roger Boyle and Thos. Hovenden, of his estate in 16 acres in Newechurche, lying

43. Sale

intermingled with the lands of Gogihall 13 Eliz.

Mich.

44.

Fine

for the

conveyance of the above land

Tu'O copies

ARCHIVES OP ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

60

14 Eliz. 10 Feb.



by Eogcr Boyle and Thos. Hovenden to Ail Souls' College of t.lieir lauds in Newecburcbe, lying intermingled with Gogyliall

45. Sale

46. Counterpart of tlie above

'TEltUJE 12 Edw. IV. 1 Feb.

~

47.

NUPEB MASTERS.'

Grant by Hen. Baldwyn, Eobt, Whyte, and Adam Parnoll, of Snave, to Eoger Sexby, of Newcbercli, of two acres in Newcbercb, adjoining the lands of All Souls' College

23 Hen. VII. 48. Grant by Ric. Tille, of Stanford, to Wm. Vv^illys, of Newcherche, of six acres abutting on the College lands on the 1 Dec. north

35 Hen. VIII. 49. Grant by William Donkyn, of Werehorn, to Robt. Master, 6 June of Wilsborough, of two acres of land in Newchurch, adjoining the College lands on the north G

Edw. VI. 10 Dec.

Grant by Robt. Willes, of Warehorn, to Robt. Master, of Willesborough, of five acres of marsh in Neucherche

50.

36 Eliz. 8 July

61.

Sale by Robt. IMaster, of Willesborough, to All Souls' College, of sis acres in Newcherche, adjoining the College

36 Eliz. 10 Sept.

52.

Power of attorney by the College

36 Eliz. 27 Sept.

53. Release

land

8 Hen. VI.

to receive seisin

by Robt. Master, of Willesbourgh, to All Souls' Colsame land

lege of his estate in the

54. Bailiff's accounts for

Googie Hall, Ivychurch, and Hope All

Saints

1463, 1467.

65.

Note of quit rents out of Googie Hall

1549.

56.

'

1

Note of the quit rents going out of Googie Hall, taken out of certain Bursars' rolls

1571).

'

157 1. 5 June

67. Quittance for lands

3 Eliz.

58. Quittance for a fine of Cobbes' lands

31 Eliz.

March

bought of the Cobbes in Googie Hall,

90/.

59.

'

The

description of diverse parcelles of land lieinge in the parishes of Ivychurch, Hoape, and Appledore, in the county of Kente, belonging unto Alsolne Colledg in Oxon, and in the tenure of Mr. Cin-. Hoveden, made according to the platte of ]\Ir. Thos. Gierke, drawn in IMarche, Anno

by Tlio. Langdon 60. License by Archbp. Howlcy to tlie College to unite the Eliz. etc. xxxj.,

1845. 18 Nov.

rectory of

Hope with

'

the vicarage of

Romney Vellum.

Seeded

GOOGY HALL, HOPE OMNIUM SANCTORUM.

51

LEASES. Lease by All Souls' College of the manor of Grogy Hall, Kent, Eent IM. 6s. 8d. to Wm. Browning.

9 Hen. VII. 11 ]\Iay

1.

26 Hen. VIII. 8 Nov.

2.

27 Hen. VIII.

3.

Of Gogy Hall

to

4.

Of Oogy Hall,

in the parish of

Of two pieces of land Thos. years

called

of

Strogall,

Hope

All Saints, in Ronaney, to for a term of 20

Lydd, in Kent,

Robert

iAIaister,

of Wyllysborow

Both parts

20 Jan. 31 Hen. VIII. 8 Sept.

of ^^'illysberth thirty-six acres of land sometime part of Oogy Hall, in the parishes of Ivychm-ch, Apuldore, and Brokeland, to Sir John Baker, of Kent

34 Hen. VIII. 11 Nov.

6.

Of

2 Edw. VI. 2 April

6.

Of Grogy Hall

3 Edw. VI.

7.

7

May

1

Eliz.

Newchurch, to Robert Master,

Robert Master, of Willysberth, and Richard,

to

his son, of Oxford

Of land

Hope Omnium Sanctorum,

called

Saints, to

or

Hope

of All

John Jenkin, servant of Warden Warner

8.

Of the land mentioned

9.

Sale by John Jenkin to Richard Engeham of the lease of the lands in Hope All Saints which he holds of the College

in No. 5. to Ethelbert Burdett

30 Oct. I Eliz.

5 Nov.

5 Eliz.

10.

20 Nov. II Eliz.

Lease by the College of Oogy Hall to Richard of Physic, of

11.

14 Nov.

INIaster,

Bond

London

Doctor

enclosed

Of land formerly in the manor of Googie Hall, and lately occupied by one Harte, of Ivy church, to Wm. Lovelace, sergeant-at-law, of Canterbury

17 Eliz. 8

12.

June

27 Eliz.

Of G-ogy Hall and Cob's Lands

to

Wm.

Hovenden, of Cantei-

bury, clothmaker 13.

Of G-ogy Hall and Cobbes' Lands

to

Wm.

Hovenden

9 Oct.

28 Eliz. 10 Oct.

14.

33

15.

Eliz.

9 Nov.

Of land lately held by Wm. Lovelace and Hope Omnium Sanctorum to Christopher Hovenden, of the Middle Temple

Of Gogy Hall and Cobbes' Lands

to

Roger James, of London,

brewer

35 Eliz. 20 Oct.

16.

Of the same land as

36

17.

Of Googy Hall and Cobbes' Lands

Eliz.

9 July

43

Eliz.

in lease

No. 14, to Christopher Hovenden to

Robert IMaster, of

Willysborough 18.

Renewal of lease

19.

Lease of Googy Hall and Cobbes' Lnndsto R. blaster

to Chr.

Hovenden

9 Nov.

45

Eliz.

29 Nov. E 2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

62

Googy Hall and Cobbes Lands

Robert Master

6 Jac. I. 8 Oct.

20. Lease of

8 Jac. r. 16 Oct.

2L Renewal

8 Jac. I. 18 Dec.

22. Lease

13 Jac. I. 13 Oct.

23. Lease by the College of Croogy Hall and Cobbes' Lands to Robert Master, of Wilsburrowe

18 Jac. I. 25 Oct.

24.

20

25.

Bond

Hovenden

of lease to Chr.

to

enclosed

by Robert Hoveden, administrator of the estate of Christopher Hoveden, late of Stanton Harcoiirt, of the lands he held in Ivychurch &c. to Morris Merrick, of Long Hanborough, Oxon

Jac. I.

Of the lands

late held

by Hovenden to Morris

INIerrick, of

Both parts

Blaydon

Of Googy Hall and Cobbes' Lands

to

Michael Master, of Wil-

lesborough

14 Oct.

Both parts and bond

26.

Of the same

9 Car. I. 2 May

27.

Of lands

16 Car. I. 28 April

28. Of the manor of Googie Hall and Cobbes' Lands to Finch, of Gray's Inn

5 Car.

I.

to the

same

29 Oct. in Ivychurch &c., being part of Googy Hall and All Saints, to Walter Carie, of Great Wickham, Bucks, and Henry Jones of Maidstone

Hope

Both parts and bond

1

Car.

I.

29.

29 Oct.

Edward

Of land in Ivychurch, Appledoore, and Brookeland, part of the manor of Googy Hall, to Walter Carie and Henry Jones

1723.

30. License to

church Hall

30 Oct.

John Lukin, of Canterbury, to let land sometime parcel of the manor of

&c.,

in Ivy-

Googy

1786. 16 Oct.

31.

Lease of the lands in Ivychurch &c., and Hope All Saints, to Anna Maria Lukyn, of Canterbury

1793. 6 June

32.

Of the manor of Googy Hall and Cobbes' Land

1793.

33.

Of land

1800. 28 April.

34.

Of Googy Hall &c.

1800.

35.

36.

Of the land in Ivychurch &c., and Hope All Saints, to Samuel Giles, of Canterbury Of Googy Hall etc. to B. Cobb Both parts

37.

Of land

88.

Of Googy Hall &c.

39.

Of lands and marslies

Cobb, of

in Ivychurch &c. to

1807. 13 April 1

807.

in

Benjamin

Anna Maria Lukyn

4 Nov.

23 Oct.

to

New Romney

to B.

Cobb

Ivychurch &c. to Sam. Giles

Both parts Both parts

Both parts

20 Oct. 1814. 29 April 1814. 2 Nov.

to B.

Cobb

in Ivychurch, Appledore, and Brocklands, once part of tlie manor of Googy Hall, and lands

culled

Hope

of All Saints to

John Giles of Ashford Beth parts

GRANTHAM MANOR IN MORETON, BUCKS. 1821.

40. Lease of

Googy Hall

to

Benjamin Cobb

Both parts

28 April 1824. 3 Nov.

41.

Of lands

1828.

42.

Of Googy Hall

in Ivychurch &c. to

Benjamin Cobb Both parts and

to

28 April 1828. 3 Nov.

43.

Of land

1835.

44.

Of Googy Hall

45.

Of land

in Ivychurch &c. to

license to let

John Giles

Both parts

Benjamin Cobb Both parts and license

to

25 April 1835. 31 Oct.

John Giles

in Ivychurch &c. to

John Giles

GEANTHAM MANOR

to let

Both parts

IN

MOEETON, BUCKS. 1.

8 Hen. VI.

2.

Grant by Thomas Grenham, of Ketton, to Sir John Basynges and others, of the manors of Ketton, Bolnehurste and Caysowe, Morton, Denton (Hunts), and lands in South Lufifenham, Pilton, and Skulthorp (Rutlandshire)

3.

Release by Sir John Basynges &c. to Thos. Grenneham of their title to the manors of Ketton, Morton, &c.

4.

Grant by Thos. Greneham to lands in Moreton

5.

Power of attorney

6.

Grant by "Wm. Purefey and others of the manor of Moreton to John Horwood and Robt. Somerey

7.

Power of attorney

8.

Grant by Robert Somerey of the manor of Moreton, called Grenehammes,' to Henry VI.

4

May

Hen. VI.

1 1 1

April

11 Hen. VI. 7 April



20 Hen. VI. 1

April

„ 4 Edw. IV. 26 Feb» 1

Release by John Warde, of Buckingham, of lands in Moreton, Bucks, to Hugh de Grenham and Katherine his wife

8 Ric. II. 22 Dec.

8

Edw. IV. „

Purefey and others, of

to deliver seisin

to deliver seisin

'

9.

10.

11.

10 April

2 Edw. VI. 17 Sept.

Wm.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

Grant by Wm. Moore, of Boorton, to William and Joan Terre, of tenements in Moorton

Grant by William Terry to Paul Darell and others of lands in Morton

12.

Power of attorney

13.

Court

roll of

to deliver seisin

Morton

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE,

5-i

[1

8tb cent.]

14.

Memoranda about

jMaid's INIorton Court Rolls, temp.

Henry

VIII. and Edw. VI.

1572- 1 Gil.

15.

Tliirty-nine receipts for

crown rents

for Barton's

Chantry,

in Maid's Moreton.'

HAEEIETSHAM, ELMLY. 1300.

23

27 Hen. VI. 4 April

by Robt. Wincbelsey, arcbl)p. of Canterbury, of William de Scapeya to the church of Elmele, on the presentation of the convent of Leeds

1.

Institution

2.

Power of attorney of Thos. Chicheley, Ric. Andrewe, John Birkehed, John Wraby, Robt. Danvers, and Wm. Balle to surrender the advowsons of Herietisham and Helmeley to

fSept.

the king

42 Eliz. 25 July

3.

Exchange of lands at Harrietsham between Geo. Hovenden, parson, and William Stede

1703. 25 March

4.

Commission of the Archbp. of Canterbury to Sir Robt. Filmer and others to inspect the parsonage of Harrietsham, and their reply

1724.

6.

Resignation

2

May

by Thos. Machen Fiddes of the rectory of

Elmeley

1839. 22 JNIarch

C.

[15th cent.]

7.

agreement for the commutation of the tithes of Harrietsham, with letter from Weller Norwood

Pi'ovisional articles of

Paper with following memorandum: 'The advowsons of Hereitsham and Elmly is graunted in the dede of the King to the College of Sittney {sic) and Bleching court, &c.'

HOESHAM, UPCHUECH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON. de hoesham et aliorum tenementobum in uechubch, halohesto,

'caut7e manebii

newynton, beynham, hebteleee, wade, dettelino, glim bichabdi de hobsham: bobbing, 1351. 25 Edw. III. 28 Dec. '

1,

Grant by Walter

lo Wyse, of Upchurch, to Wm., son of John of Renham, of all his lands in Upcherch, and messuages in Willyngham and Canterbury

Symme,

Tlicro aro a few fcimilar receipts in the last

two bumllcH of

receipts for reuts in Oxford.

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON. 13,51.

2.

26 Edw.

III.

his brother,

3.

12 Oct.

29 Edw. III. 6 July

„ 44 Edw.

1

"NVm. IMicIiel, chaplain,

to

Eelease by Wm. Michel and Wm. Bocheir to of the lands mentioned in the preceding

all his

Release of the same

Wm.

Grant by John Bryce, of Hamme, to John Dangeys, of Halgesto, of 2 acres at Upecherche

7.

Lease by Ric. Halghesto

8.

Grant by

9.

Jolm lands

Wm. Symme,

5.

28 Aug.

13 Ric. II. 24 Oct.

Wysc

Grant by Bartholomew de Tanet, of Upchurch, to Symme, of a meadow and pond near Apewelle

[III.] 6.

3 Ric. II.

le

Wm. Bocher

4.

29 Dec. 9 Ric. II. 29 Sept.

Grant by Vralter

and Win. Symme, of in Newynton, Halghisto, and Hertlepe

25 Edw. III. 28 Dec.

55

Horshamme

to

Will. Cleppe

of land

in

Wm. Symme of all his tenements in Kent to Robt. Corby, of Boctone Malherbe, Hugh Boyz, and Wm. Symme, of Renham

Release by Corby &c. to Wm. Symme, of Horsliamme, of their estate in the lands in Kent granted to them by

him

Wm. Ricard to Richard de Horshamme, of an annual rent of 12 bushels of barley from land at Upcherche

10.

Grant by

15 Ric. II. 30 Sept.

11.

Release by Sir Roger Northwode to Richard Horshamme, of

15 Ric. II. 24 Jan.

12.

Release of all actions &c., by William

Ric. II.

13.

Grant by Thos., son of John Dangeys, of Halghesto, to Ric. de Horshamme, of Dangeysecroft and other land in Halghsto

14.

Grant by John Wilmet to his son John and Elena his wife of his portion of a messuage in Halwysto

II.

15.

Copies of a grant by Richard Blakebroke to Ric. Horshamme of 4 acres of land, and a grange at Frydayes doune, in the parish of Renham, dated 20 Sept. ; and of a lease by Ric. Horshamme to Ric. Blakebroke of the land mentioned in the preceding, and of a messuage and land in Newenton, dated 30 Sept.

17 Ric. II. 27 Feb.

16.

Grant by Joan, widow of Sir John North wode, to Thos, Jekyn, Emeric de Stokebery, and Nic. Ate Courte, chapJains, of the reversion of a marsh called Northwodes

14 Ric. 1

1

II.

May

his title to

to

20 April 16 Ric.

II.

22 Sept. 17 Ric. Sept.

Northwodes

Heyhamme Symme,

of Upchurche,

John Chyke

Heyham 18 Ric. II. 29 Dec.

17.

18 Ric. II. 1 Feb.

18.

Grant by

John

Horshamme

Bradefelde, of Newynton, of an acre in Halwysto

19.

Richard

Grant of Northwodes Heyhamme by Thos. Jakyn, vicnr of Newyntone, Nic. Atte Curt, vicar of Hertlepe, and Einerye, vicar of Stokebery, to Ric.

18 Ric. II. 4 Feb.

to

Horshamme

Grant by John Cok, of Halwysto, to Ric. Horshamme, of an acre of land in Scoldemerc, Halwysto

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS* COLLEGE.

56

North wodeslieyhamme by Joan, widow of Sir Ro^er Northwode, to Ric. Horsbamme

18 Kic. II. 5 Feb.

20. Release of

18 Ric. II. 12 April

21.

Grant by John Wylmet, of Newyntone, to bis cousin, John Wylmet, of Halghesto, of his portion of a messuage in Halghesto Strete

18 Ric.

22.

Grant by Richard Horsbamme to John Wilmet, of land at Halwesto

19 Ric. II. 4 Oct.

23.

Grant by John Radenore to Ric. Horsbamme, of 3 virgates of land in Kywode, Halwysto

19 Ric. II. 10 Oct.

24.

Grant by John Cowleye to Ric. Horsbamme, of an acre of land in Kywode, Halwysto

19 Ric.

25.

Grant by John Copelonde to Ric. Horsbamme, of three virgates of land in Halwysto

9 Ric. II. 3 1 Oct.

26.

Grant by

9 Ric. II.

27.

Grant by John Wadewelle, of Halwysto, to Ric. Horsbamme, of 6 acres in Halwesto

19 Ric. II. IG April

28.

Grant by Margaret, widow of Edw. Cbecheley, to Ric. Horshamme, of* Clyftones Crofte' Halghesto

Ric. II.

29.

Grant by John Polard to Ric. Horsbamme, of a Potewatere, in Halwysto

20 Ric. II. 25 July

30.

Grant by

20 Ric. II. 29 Aug.

31.

Grant by John Copelond and Elias Martyn to Helena, widow of John Wylmet, of the lands and tenements granted to them by her husband

20 Ric.

32.

Grant by Helena, widow of John Wilmet, to Ric. Horsbamme, of a tenement in Halgbsto, granted to her by Elias Martyn and John Copelonde

26

II.

May

II.

24 Oct. 1

1

1

1 1

land in

G Dec.

7

14 Sept.

20 Ric.

34.

Power of attorney

of Ric.

Horsbamme

manor of

to receive seisin of a

messuage in Borden from John Spilleborowe

28 Sept. II.

acre of

croft called

by Richard Horsbamme of land near the Barkesore, Halghesto, to John Berche

33. Lease

20 Ric.

Horsbamme, of an

Jas. Godwynne, skinner, to Ric. Horsbamme, of 1^ acre in Upcberche, *in loco vocato AteBoxe'

20 Ric. II. 20 Sept. II.

to Richard

Kywode

m

June

II.

Adam Cbyke

'

35.

21 Dec.

Grant by Margaret Chechclay to Ric. Horsbamme, of a piece of land in [Halstow]

Grant by

Godwynne

20 20 March

36.

20 Ric. II. 20 April

37.

Grant by William Chyke to Ric. Horsbamme, of an acre in Scouldemere in exchange for land at * Tyrlokkys

20 Ric. II. 20 April

38.

Grant by William Atte Broke to Ric. Horsbamme, of 2 acres at Ate Breecbe,' Upcberche

20 Ric. II. 25 April

39. Lease

20 Ric. II. 14 Juno

40. Release by Stephen Potworde to Ric. Ilorsharame of a marsh in Upcliircho, held hy Ricliard since the death of his

Ric. II.

in

'

jNIicbael

La Helde

'

to Ric.

Horsbamme,

of an acre

in Upchirche

'

by Ric. Horsbamme to William Atte Broke of the same land

father,

Wm. Symme

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON. 21 Ric. 11.

41.

24 Sept.

57

Lease of land near the manor of Gore by Richard Horshamme to Nicholas Dod

above by Horshamme to

21 Ric. II. 27 Sept.

42. Lease of a piece of land near the

22 Ric. II. 7 Aug.

43.

Grant by Thos. Atte Broke, vicar of Halghesto, to Ric. Horshamme of the reversion of land in Halghesto

22 Ric. II. 1 9 Feb.

44.

Bond of John Phillipot

Dod

Horshamme for 201., to be paid him harmless for rent due to Edw.

to Ric.

at Upcherche, to hold

duke of York, and Edw. duke of Albemarle 22 Ric.

II.

45.

6 April

Hen. IV.

1

Tiuo deeds

Lease by Ric. Horshamme to Michael Godwynne of Helde in Upchirche

*

La

'

46.

11 Oct.

Grant by Richard Horsham, of Upchirche, of all his lands in Upchirche, Halwesto, Newenton, and Hertlepe, to Wm. Sevenokes, Wm. Symmes, grocers of London, and Thos. Broke and Thos. Jekyn, clerks



47.

Power of attorney

2 Hen. IV. 8 Sept.

48.

Grant by Thos. Mayner, of Newynton, to Sevenokes, Symmes, Jekyn and Broke, of 5 virgates of land in Halgsto

4 Hen. IV. 24 June

49. Fine,

4 Hen. IV. 26 June

50. Release

to deliver seisin

by which John and Joan Warrewyk of Gillyngham, convey to Symmes, Sevenoke, Jekyn, and Broke, vicar of Halghesto, a messuage and 44 acres in Upcherch and Halghesto Two copies by John and Joan Warrewyk of the lands of John Tenet, her father, in Upchirche, Halgesto, Newenton, Hertelepe, and Reynham, to Sevenoke, Symmes, Jekyn and

Broke 9 Hen. IV. 1

51.

May

Release by

Wm. Symmes

his estate in lands

to Sevenoke, Broke,

and Jekyn, of Newenton,

in Upchirche, Halvesto,

and Hertelepe, granted to them by Ric. Horshamme 9 Hen. IV.

24

9 Hen. IV.

28

52.

May

Thos., son of Ric. 63.

May „

11 Hen. IV.

55.

1

with

full particulars,

of the

granting of the

manor of Horsham by Thos. Horsham during his minority to John of Frenyngham, Stephen Betenham, Wm. Sevenoke, Thos. Jekyn, Nic. Grafton, Wm. Symmes, and Wm. Caumbregge Lease by Frenyngham, &c., to Walter and JVIargaret Roo, John Seintclere, Nic. Berners and others, of the manor of Horsham with appurtenances in Upchurch by John Bewfitz, of Gillyngham, to Wm. Cauntbrigg, Sevenoke, and Wm. Symmes, of his title to a rent from 6 acres in Roberdishull and Brockysdele, Newynton Release by Wm. Sevenoke to Wm. Cauntbrigg and Wm. Symmes, of lands granted to them and others by Thos.

Hen. V. 12 Dec.

56. Release

Hen. VI.

57.

8 Jan.

Horsham

Grant of the same lands by Thos. Horsham to John Frenyngham, Stephen Betenham, Thos. Jekyn, Nic. Grafton, Wm. Sevenoke, Wm. Symmes, and Wm. Cauntbrigg

54. Attestation,

2 July 8

Grant of the same lands by Sevenoke, Broke, and Jekyn to

Wm.

Horsham

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

58

4

lien. VI.

by Wm. Fynclie, and Agnes his wife, late wife of Thos. Horsham, of her claim to her late husband's lands, to Thos. Catworth, Wm. Symmes, John Bacoun, and Thos. Selove

58. Eelease

24 Oct.

7

Hen. VI. 22 Jan.

69. Eelease of the

Symmes

same lands by

to Robert Oteleye

Wm.

Cauntbrigg and

and Joan

Wm.

his wife, sister

and

Horsham the conveyance of Horsham and

heiress of Thos.

7 Hen. VI. 6 May

7

lands in Upchurch, by Eobert and Joan Otteleye to Thos. Aleyn, Wm. Symmys, Thos. Catworth, Eobert Cawode, Thos. Grybbys, and Wm. Greteham

60. Fine for &c.,

Hen. VI. 2 Juno

61.

Hen. VI. 4 July

62.

1

7



Release by Wm. said lands

Gretham

to Aleyn, &c., of his estate in the

Indenture between Eobert and Joan Oteleye, and Aleyn, &c. for the reconveyanco of the land to Eobert and Joan Oteleye

63. Counterpart of the

above

Grant by Aleyn, Symmes, &c., of Horshamme and its appurtenances in Upchurclie, Halghsto, Newenton, Eaynham, Hertlepe, Wade, Bobbyng, and Dettelyng, to Kathe-

15 Hen. VI. 18 June

64.

lo Hen. VI.

65, Eelease of the

widow of Eobt. Otteley same lauds by Eobert Cawode Symmes and Aleyn

rine,

28 June

by -Joan, widow of John Horner, cousin and heir of Horsham, of the manor of Horsham, to Cawode, &c.

17 Hen. VI. 10 Dec.

66. Eelease

17 Hen. VI.

67.

Eic.

30 March 17 Hen. VI.

to Catworth,

Eelease by John, son of Wm. Cambrigge, of his estate in Horsham to Cawode, &c.

by which Cattewurth, Edm. Kervyle, and Gybbys surrender the reversion of tlie land in Uppechirche, &c. (Horsham), held by Catherine Ottely, to Thos. Chicheley, John Byrkheed, John Bolde, and Eobt. Danvers

68. Fine,

June

Horsham by Thos. and Elizabeth Henry Chicheley, arclibp. of Canterbury

17 Hen. VI. 1 6 July

69, Eelease of their estate in

17 Hen. VI. 1 April

70. Eelease

18 Hen. VI.

71.

Hodysdon worth,

to

by Saier Akre, grocer of London, to Cawod, CatteSymmes, and Thos. Gybbes, of his estate in the

manor of Horsham Eelease of

tlieir estate in

Horsham by John and Joan Hunte

to Archbp. Chicheley

2 Sept.

18 Hen. VI. 5 May

72.

Power of attorney by Catherine Otteley to deliver seisin of Horsham to Thos. Chicheley, John Brikhede, John Bolde, and Eobt. Danvers



73.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON.

59

'TEBBJS PSEQUISITJ^ FEB BOBEBTUM OTELEY.' 2 Hen. VI. 8 March

74.

Grant by John Hethe, of Newenton, to Robert and Joan Oteleye, and Saier and Joan Acre, of an acre of land in Hertlepe, in exchange for 3 roods in Newenton



75.

Power



76.

Grant by Robt. Oteleye and Joan his wife, Saier Acre and Joan his wife, to Jolni Hethe, of Newenton, of three roods at Newenton in exchange for 1 acre at Hertlepe

2 Hen. VI.

77.

Grant by Robert and Joan Oteleye, and Saier and Joan Acre, to John Hethe, of an acre in Hertlepe

14 March

4 Hen. VI. Mich.

78.

4 Hen. VI. 4 Dec.

79.

of attorney to receive seisin

Fine by which Wm. and Agnes Fynche release a rent in Upchyrche, Halgystowe, Newenton, Raynam, and Hertelepe, to R. and J. Oteleye, and to S. and J. Acre

Grant by William Cokere to Robt. Otlee, Sayer Acre, and John Lawneye, vicar of Upchirche, of all his lands in Upchirche, Halghstoo, Newenton, Reynham, and elsewhere in the hundred of Middelton, except 3 acres and 3 virgates in Upchurche and Halghsto

,,

80.

Power of attorney

4 Hen. VI.

81.

Release of the same land by Cokere

82.

Bond

to deliver seisin

6 Deo.

of Wm. Coker to grant the land excepted in the deed of 4 Dec. to Otlee, Sayer Acre, and Lawneye

83. Duplicate of the

30 P]dw.

III.

84.

18 Dec.

above

Wm. Hwyte, of Newenton, to of 3 roods in Chacheleye

Grant by

Wm. de Froggenhale,

31 Edw. III. 85. Lease by Wm. de Froggenhale to Wm. Hwyte and Isabella 5 Feb. his wife, of 2 acres in Newenton near Chacheleye

n

86. Counterpart of the above

Adam

6 Ric. II. 5 Oct.

87.

Grant by Walter Hwyte to Chechelay

3 Hen. V. 16 March

88.

Grant by Thos. Lydesyng to Simon Wast and Thos. Atte Vyse of all his lands at Newenton and Hertlepe

9 Hen. V. 30 Jan.

89.

Grant by Tho?. Froggenale to Thos. Vyse of rent from land

5 Hen. VI.

25 March 6

Hen. VJ.

in

6 Hen. VI.

23 Feb.

Newenton

90. Grant by Thos. Atte Vise to John acre in Berstedele 91.

6 Feb. 93.

Lydesingg of 2 acres in

Kyppyng,

of Lambarde's

Release of lands at Berstedele in Newenton by Richard and Thos. Froggenhale to Thos. Atte Vise

Grant by Thos. Atte Vise to Robert Otleye of 2 acres at Berstedele

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

60

Hen

VI.

93.

Power of attorney

23 Feb. 7 Hen. VL 3 Nov.

94.

Grant by John Kyppyng, of Newynton, to Robt. Oteleye and Edm. Kerville, of Lambardesacre at Berstedele, Newyn-

„ 14 Hen. VI. 23 July

95.

Power

96.

Grant by Rio. Froggenbale



97.

Power of attorney

10 Hen. IV. 27 June

98.

Grant by Wm. Chirche alias Bocher, and Joan his wife, d. and h. of John Michell, to Wm. Miller, John Downham, Robert Pilgryms and John Redyng, of Michelle's lands in

6

to receive seisin

ton of attorney to receive seisin

meadow

at

to

Robert Otteleye of a rood of

Newyngton to receive seisin

Elterham 13 Hen. IV. 99. Release of the same land to Miller, &c. by Thos., son of 6 May Wm. Chirche 7 Hen. VI. 15 Oct.

100. Grant by John Redynge to Wm. Coker and John Sprever of lands formerly belonging to John Michell in Etterham

12 Hen. VI. 101. 5 Feb.

Grant by Wm. Cokere to Oteleye, Catworth, Symmes, and Cawode, of Michelle's land in Etterham, in the parish of

Upchurch „

102.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin



103.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

4 Hen. V. 1 Nov.

104.

Grant by Ric. and Thos., sons of Wm. Frognale, to Wm. Cokere of 1^ acre of meadow in Padbroke, in Upcherche and Halgshtoo

7 Hen. V. 7 Oct.

105.

Grant by John de Kent, of Hoo, to Wm, Cokere and Thomelyn, of 1^ acre in Upcherche

6 Hen. VI. 19 May

106. Grant by Wm. Coker to John Grandon and Henry of all his lands in Upcherche and Halghsto

„ 6 Hen. VI. 10 July

107.



Wrogh ton

to deliver seisin

at Padbroke by R. and T. Frognale Grandon and Wroghton

108. Release of land

to

by John Quynchant, of Hertlepe, to John Grandon and Henry Wroghton, of 1^ acre of meadow at Padbroke

109. Release

7 Hen. VI. 5 Sept.

110.

9 Hen. VI.

111.

29 March

Power of attorney

Wm.

Grant by John Grandon and Henry Wroughton, of Upchirclie, to Robt. Oteleye, of three acres at Padbrook Release by Agnes, widow of Wm. Frognale, to Robt. Oteleye, of her estate in the acre and a half of meadow at

Padbrook

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON.

61

'MANEBIUM VE ETTEEHAUS COURT, ET BE TERBTS IN UPCnURGE, HALGEESTO, NEWYNTON, RAYNHAM, OLIM BARTEOLOMJ^I DE TANET: 1

Edw.

III. 112.

19 Oct. 2 Edw. III.

113.

13 March

4 Edw. III. 29 Sept. 8

Edw. 3

III.

Release by Ric, son of John de Taneth, to his brother John, of 32 acres of marsh in Bardesflete, Upecherche

Grant by William, son of John Pye, to

Wm.

and Ric. Tanet,

of 3 acres in Brodestrete 114.

115.

May

Lease by Sir William and Juliana Clynton to Bartholomew de Taneto, of a messuage and 7 acres in Upcherch, formerly held by Isabella de Wattone

Lease by Robt., son of Thos. Post, of Checheleye, to Wm. and Joan Atte Broke, of two acres in Halywelle, Opecherche

Wm., son of Elyas Atte Broke, to Ric. de Tanet, of two acres in Halywelle

10 Edw. III. 29 Feb.

110.

Release by

10 Edw. III. 23 Dec.

117.

Grant by Richard de Tanet to his son John of 2 acres and a rood in Brodestrete and Cleyhamme, Upecherche

III. 118.

Grant by Robt. Post to William de Tanet of a rent from land at Halywelle in Opecherche

1

Edw.

19 Jan. 119.



Indenture between Robt. Post and W. de Tanet, with further conditions for the receipt of the same rent

15 Edw. III. 120. Release by Robert le Post of the same rent to Thomasyne, widow of Richard de Tanet, and Will., Thos., and Richard, 1 Feb. his sons

20 Edw. III. 29 Sept.

121.

21 Edw. III. 122.

4

May

25 Edw.

III. 123.

3 Feb.

Grant by Barth. de Taneth, of Upecherche, to Thos. Batecok, of his manor of Fermenessch, in Upecherche Grant by John ate Noke, of Upecherch, to William de Tent, of a rood of land at Lanoke, in Upecherch Quitclaim by John

Mathew to

Thos. de Tanet of his estate in

Landmersch, Etterham

28 Edw. III. 124. Release by John, son of John de Thanet, of a mill at Eterham to Bartholomew de Thanet 10 Nov.

30 Edw.

III. 125.

31 Jan.

32 Edw. III. 126. 4 April

Release of Fermenessch by Barth.

de Taneth to Thos. Badecok Grant by Bartholomew de Thanet to Richard Atte Bower, draper of London, and Lucy, Thanet's daughter, of a share of a messuage in Upcherche and lands in Upcherche and

Renham 32 Edw. III. 127. Grant by Ric. Smelt, fishmonger of London, to John de Myddelton and Wm. Symme, of his estate in the lands of 31 July John de Tent, seized by the Sheriff of Kent for the payment of an obligation 32 Edw. III. 128. Grant by Barth. de Thanet to Richard and Lucy Atte Boure of all his lands in Renham and Upecherche 9 Oct.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

G2

33 Edw. IIL 129. Fine, by which Ric. and Lucy Atte Rouro surrender to lG-23 June Richard Clerk 2 messuages with lands and rents in Upcherche and Reynham 34 Edw. III. 130. Grant by Richard Clerk of all his lands in Upchirch and 21 Dec. Reynham to Wm. Draycote and Nic. Molessh 131. Power of attorney to deliver seisin „ 34 Edw. IIL 132. Grant by Edm, Atte Breche of his inheritance in Halghesto 26 Dec. to Ric. Atte Boure

35 Edw. III. 133. Lease of the same lands by Ric. Atte Boure to Edm. Atte 10 Feb. Breche 3fi Edw. III. 134. Grant by Richard Atte Crouche, senior, William Goryng, 29 Aug. John Atte Hacche, and Richard Atte Crouche, junior, to Will. Draycote, clothier of London, of all the lands in Upecherche, Reynham, and Halghesto granted to them by Draycote and Molessch 135. Power of attorney to deliver seisin „ 38 Edw. IIL 136. Grant by Nic. Molessch to Richard Atte Boure of a share of > 20 Dec. a messuage in Brokestrete, Upcherche

39 Edw. 1

III. 137.

April

Grant by John Bryce, of Upecherche, to Ric. Atte Boure of of land at Chealdecote 1 acre and 7 ' daywerce '

41 Edw. IIL 138. Lease by Thos. de Albertone to John Michel, of Upecherche, 1 Aug. of the lands in Upecherche, Halghesto, and Renham granted to him by Thos. de Brokhulle

44 Edw.

III. 139.

12 July 6 Ric. 11. 15 Nov.

Lease by Mary, widow of Thos. Alberton, to Ric. Michel, of all her lands in Upcherche, Halghesto and Renham

140. Lease

by Sir William Moigne, and

Symme,

of all their lands

]\Iary his wife, to

in Upcherche,

Wm.

Renham, and

Halgsto 6 Hen. IV.

Grant by Cecilia Bracy lands in Upchirche

142.

Grant by John Colepepir, John Lucas, Roger Louth, and John

27 July 7 Hen. IV.

Wm. Monk,

141.

Stodele to Sir

16 Feb.

to

Adam

to

of Grene, of all her

Coker, of the lands lately belonging of Thos. Alberton

Mary Moigne, widow

Hen. IV. 143. Grant by William ]\Ionk, of the Isle of Grean, to Sir 26 May Coker, of a parcel of land in Etterham

1 1

Adam

13 Hen. IV. 144. Release by Joan Brokhelle, widow of Thos. Brokhelle, to Sir 31 Jan. Adam Cokur and his son William, of her estate in

Aterham 145. Duplicate of the above, with the names of witnesses added „ 14 Hen. IV. 146. Lease by Sir Adam and Wm. Coker to Walter Roo of the

manor

12 Jan. 1

Hen. V.

Hen. V. 24 Feb.

Etterham

Adam Coker to Henry Wrogiiton and John Ocbourne, of the manor of Etterhamcscourt, in Upcherche, Halghestoo, Newenton, and Reynham

Grant by Sir

148.

Grant by William Mellerc to Walter Roo, of an acre of land in la Dane, near llllcnebusdi, l^pchirclie

5 Feb.

1

of

147.

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON. 5 Hen. V. 11

149.

May

5 Hen. V. 15 May

150.



151.

5 Hen. V. 18 May

152.

Grant of Etterhamescourt by Henry Wroghton to Kic. Burys, and Ric. Bare, elk.

03

Wm. Coker,

Grant of Etterhammescourt by Wm. Coker, Ric. Burys, and Ric. Bere to Walter and Margaret Roo Counterpart of the above

Promise of Wm. Coker, Ric. Burys, and Ric. Bero to defend Walter and jMargaret Roo, to whom they have granted Etterhammes Court, against a claim of rent by John Philpots

„ 5 Hen. V. 1 Nov.

153.

154.

Counterpart of the above

Power of attorney by Wm. Coker Walter and Margaret Roo

to receive 87

marks from

5 Hen. V. 2 Jan.

165.

Grant by Walter Roo to Robt. Grandon and Will. Tomlyn of all his lands in the hundred of Middelton and the parish of Swanescomp, lately belonging to John Davy



153.

Power of attorney

7 Hen. V. 1 Oct.

157.

Grant of the same lands by Grandon and Tomlyn to Margaret, widow of Walter Roo

8 Hen. V.

158.

Grant by Margaret Roo of the same lands to Grandon, John Franceys, and Hen. Wrowton

159.

Grant of Etterhamescourt by William Coker to Conand Aske, John Tyrell, John de Clynton, sqidres of Humfrey, duke of Gloucester, Thos. Stanbregge, and Ric. Pakelesham

28

May

9 Hen. V.

2 Feb.

10 Hen. V.

of Etterhammescourt by Grandon, Fraunceys, and Wroughton to Wm. Sevenoke, Wm. Cauntbrigge, John Bambourgh, John Laweney, and Wm. Cotysbrook

160. Grant

3 June

Etterhammescourt by Conand Ask &c. to Wm. Wm. Cauntbrigg, John Bamburgh, John Laweney, and Wm. Cotysbrook

10 Hen. V. 6 June

161. Release of

10 Hen. V. 13 June

163. Release of

Hen. VI.

163. Release of

1

Sevenoke,

Essex, to

^rigg,

8 Jan.

3 Hen. VI.

Etterhammescourt by Wm. Coker, of Shopelond, Wm. Sevenoke, Cauntbrigg &c.

Etterhammescourt by Wm. Sevenoke Bambourgh, Lawneye, and Cotysbrooke

to Caunt-

by Robt. Chapmannysford of all claims upon John Lawney, vicar of Upchirche, and John Fraunseys, of Halgestowe, executors of Margaret Roo

164. Release

14 June 7 Hen. VI. 23 Oct.

to deliver seisin

165.

of Etterhammes Court by Cauntbrigg &c. to Robt. Otleye, Thos. Aleyn, Wm. Symmes, Thos. Catworth, Robt.

Grant

Cawode, Thos. Gybbes, and Edm. Kerville One of the seals is an antique ijigure of Eros 166.

Power

of attorney to deliver seisin

?)

„ 14 Hen. VI. 167. Release by Thos., grandson of Sir John Philpot, of the possessions of Barth. Tenet and Vfill. Tenet in Upchirclie 8 Jan. to Robt. Oteleye, Thos. Aleyn, William Symmes, Tlios. Catworth, Robt. Cawode, Tlios. Gybbes, and Edm. Kervyle

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

G4

14 Hen. VI. 168. Bond of Ric. Bamme to Robt. Otteley, alderman of London, to assent to tlie decision of certain arbitrators as to matters 26 June in dispute between them

14 Hen. VL 169. General release by Ric. Bamme, John, Thos. and Edw. Philpot, to Aleyn, Symmes, Catworth, and others 6 July



170. General release

by Ric.

Bamme

to Robt. Otteley

and Thos.

Philpot



Release by Richard Bamme of the lands of B. and "W. Tenet to Otteley, Aleyn, Symmes, &c.

171.

19 Hen. VI. 172. Release by Robt. Chapmanesford, s. and h. of Margaret Roc, to Thos. Chicheley, Birkheed, Bolde and Danvers, of Etter1 July hammes Court and other lands in Upchirche, Halghstoo,

and Reynham

'

CABT^ MANEBII BE BOYWURTR, MOLENDINI BE IfALGHESTO, TENEMENTI BIGABBI FOOBE, ET TEBB^ VOCATJE GBEAT GOSNEY."' ''

21 Ric. II. 13 Aug.

21 Ric. II. 14 Aug. 1

Hen. IV. 23 Feb.

Grant by John ate Hethe and Elias Martyn, of Halgsto, to Ric. Poor, of a tenement in Halgsto 174. Release of the same

173.

175.

Grant by James Borne, of Sidyngbourne, to Richard and Isabel Blakbroke, of a watermill and land at Halghesto

4 Hen. IV. 1

2

5 Hen. IV. 16 Aug.

Wm.

176.

Grant of the same mill by Isabella Blakebroke to SwyfFth, John Large, and Giles Parker

177.

Grant of the same mill by Swytfte, Large and Parker, to John Sidyngborne, alias Sokelyng, and Ric. Lynne

May

10 Hen. IV. 178. Grant by John Julyan, of Halghesto, to Wm. Bereforde, 1 Feb. John Cornwaleys, John Sokelyng, and Wm. Eweyn, of a virgate of land at Halghesto 10 Hen. IV. 179. Grant by Richard, s. and h. of Richard Poor, to Wm. Berford, of a messuage in Halghsto, near Ballokkymelle 25 Feb. 2 Hen. V. 9 March

180.

4 Hen. V. 23 April

181.

Grant by Margaret Harry, of Halghstoo,

to Thos. Cryps and Cheke, of all her lands in Upcherche, Halghstoo, and elsewhere in the hundred of Middelton

Wm.

Grant of Ballokesmelle, at Halghesto, by Lymne and Sydyngbourne to Wm. Bereforde

12 Hen. VI. 182. Grant by John Harry, of Halgsto, to John Grandon, of Hertlepe, of a messuage and land at Halgsto and 16 Oct.

18 Hen. VI. 183. 5 Aug.

Hammo Grant by Wm.

Bereford to Thos. Chichclc, Birkhcdc, Bolde,

and Danvers, of Ballokkesmelle, at Halgesto

18 Hen. VI. 184. Fine by which Sir Robt. Ponynges, and Margaret his wife, Oct.

release the manor of Boywurth to Thos. Chicheley, Byrkheedj Bolde and Danvers 2\uo copies

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON.

G5

19 Hen. VI. 185. Release of a messuage and land in Halewesto LyWm. Ewen, of London, to Thos. Chichele, Birkhede, Bolde, and 25 Oct.

Danvers 19 Hen. VI. 186, Release by Wm. Waldjng, of Codreth, to Thos. Chichele, John Birkhede, John Bolde, and Robt. Danvers of his 24 Feb. estate in a water mill and land at Halgsto

20 Hen. VI. 20 Dec.

187.

Grant by Alexander Cheyne to Thos. Chichele, Birkhede, Bolde, and Danvers, of 7 acres called Grrete Goseney, in Opcherche



188.

Power

of attorney to deliver seisin

189.

Power

of attorney to receive seisin



20 Hen. VI.

manor of Boyworth by Thos. Chichele, Birkhed, Bolde, and Danvers to Henry VI.

190. Abstract of the surrender of the

5 Feb.

20 Hen. VI.

191.

10 Feb.

Release of Grete Goseney by Alex., s. and h. of Thos. Iden, of Middelton, to Thos. Chichele, Birkhede, Bolde, and

Danvers

20 Hen. VI. 192. Abstract of the grant by Henry VI. to All Souls' College 24 April of the manor of Boyworth, Horsham, lands, a mill, and rents in Upchm'ch, Halghesto, Newenton, Reynham, Hertlep. Wade, Bobbing, Etterham, and Detling 27 Hen. VI. 193. Release by John and Margaret Harry to John Grandon, of 1 April his lands in Upcherche, Halghsto, and elsewhere in the hundred of Middelton

29 Hen. VI. 194. Release by John Grandon of a croft at Halghesto to William 6

March

Kele, clerk

*

GABT2E DE BEDDITU

12

SUMMAEUM PALMALIS

HOEDEi: 28Edw. III. 6 Feb.

195.

Grant by Bartholomew de Taneto to Robt., son of Robt. Beaufitz, of Gyllingham, of a rent of 12 quarters of barley (duodechin summas ordei palmalis) from his lands in Upecherche

30 Edw. III. 196. Grant of the same rent by Robt. Beaufitz to Richard Smelt, 10 Jvme fishmonger of London 37 Edw. III. 197. Release by John Litle and Richard Letecombe of the same 3 July rent to Richard Atte Boure

37 Edw. III. 198. Grant of the same rent from tenements at Eterham, La Hoke, 8 Sept. Donhammelle, La Brede, Walebacheffelde, la Thorne, Southdane, la Bekenhull, Eterhamhethe, Farmamessh, Atte Breche, Werdewode, and Bardeflete, by Ric. Atte Boure to John Litle and Ric. de Letecombe 12 Hen.[VL] 199. Declaration of William Cokerethat he never paid a rent of beer or barley to John Philpot or any other occupier or 2 July tenant of the manor of the Grange •

'

This payment

is

entered in No. 235, an

F

'

manerio de Grange

xij. q. ordei.'

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

66

'VABIJE CABTjE

be TEEBIS IN UPGHUBCR,

EALGHESTO ET ALIBV 1292.

20 Edw.

I.

200. Grant by Simon de Quercu to Nic. de Suthingtoune of \ an acre and 6 ' daywerkes of land in Berwfeld, Upchirche '

15 Sept. 5 Edw. II.

Grant by Robt., son of Eylmer Ate Hethe, to John, son of Wm. Peticlerk, of an acre in Ate Doune,' Uppecherche

201

'

12 Edw.

II.

202. Grant by "William Peteclerk, of Upecherch, to his son John Lundinneys, of his property in Gosele Marsh, Upecherch

12 Edw. III. 203. Grant by Stephen Lefrich, of Newenton, to John de Mocking-ge, fishmonger of London, of 5 acres in Roberdis2 Jan. helle,

Newenton

13 Edw. III. 204. Grant by John de Mockyngge to Stephen Leverych, of 5 acres 14 March at Roberdeshulle, Newenton 18 Edw. III. 25 July

205. Grant by

John de Mokkynge

to

Joan Leverich, of an acre at

B rocky sdele

18 Edw. III. 206. Grant by Joan, widow of Stephen Leverich, to John de 29 Dec. Mokkynge, of an acre in Brockisdele, Newynton

24 Edw. 5

III.

March

7 Ric. II.

3 July 2 Hen. IV. 11 April

207. Grant by John Longe, of Chetham, to Thos. Atte Melle, of a tenement at Medfeld, in LTpecherch

208. Grant by John Ferbras to William de Upcherch, 'bocher,' of his portion of a messuage at Etterham 209. Grant by Thos. Atte Broke, vicar of Halgsto, and Wm. Bocher, of Upeherche, to John Cheke, of five virgates of land at Berchesfeld, Hamme

MISGELLANEA. 11 Hen. IV.

210.

Account of the expenses of Walter Roo in taking the manor

211.

Memorandum

212.

Sums

Mich. 1

Hen. VI. „

of

Horsham

of a judgment in the Exchequer Court concerning land at Upchurch belonging to John Michell

214.

Lawney for Robt. Oteley about the Pp. 2 of Horsham Lawney's account of money spent for Robt. Oteley and Saier Ackre Pp. 2 Sums received by John Lawney for Robert Oteley. P. 1

215.

INIemorandum of a bond of Thos. Atte Vyse, of Stokebery,

spent by John

repairs of the

2 Hen. VI.

G Hen. VI. 1

213.

2 Feb.

manor

to enfeoff Robt. Oteley in 2 acres at Berstedele

14 Hen. VI. 216.

'

Bille do divers gentz.'

217.

'

covenanntes

('hicfly for repairs of

Costes at the chapell building materials

of

a houses

ffait

Athyrham

Horsham '

for

ove divers Pp. 3

labourers and

P-

1

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON. [1414-4G.]

C>1

names for a jury in the liberty of Humfrey duke of Gloucester, in the hundreds of Middelton and Merdon

218. List of

219.

Another similar list, endorsed pase a Maydeston

le

'

copy del

vieil

panelle

220. List of 28 names, probably of a jury, beginning with Thos.

Catworth and

Hen. VI.

221.

'

Wm. Symmes

A

copie of a certeine bill made by Robert Grrandon of divers fermes leased by him out of the manor of Horsham '

\Qth cent, copy 16 Hen. VI. 222. 16 Nov.

1440-64.

A

Wm. Sevenoke and Thos. Horsham obtained tlie manor of Atterham from Margaret Roo on her death-bed relation of the fraudulent

manner

in which

223. Receipts by Katherine Ottley for the rent of for an annuity of 20^. per annum

Horsham and

4 Hen. VII. 224. Abstract of the confirmation by Act of Parliament of the possessions of All Souls' College

13 Jan. 1571.

sale of trees in Horsham ground, with half the grove at Brome down, which the writer bought from Dr. Barbour, 25 May, 1571 Pp. 9. Attached to the above is a letter from Roht. Bull to Roht. Stransam, at Feversham

226.

Bond

May

25

18 Eliz.

24

Account of the

of Thos. Butte, of Upchurch, to Clement Milwaye to abide by arbitration in the controversy between them Endd. hy Hoveden

May

227. Arbitrement between Thos. Butt

1576. 1 1

225.

June

and Clement Milwaie con-

corning land in Longcroft

Writ exempting All Souls' College from the payment of a fifteenth and tenth for their lands at Horsham, Newland Marshe, and Grodehall (Googy hall)

18 Eliz. 4 July

228.

[1588.]

229. Culpeper's evidence concerning a piece of ground in contro" versy between the College and the heirs of Mr. Holbrooke? of Newington

circa.

38

Eliz.

230. Bundle of papers referring to a suit of the College against Thos. Knyght for trespass at Detlyng, and other suits con-

nected with [27 Car. II.]

Cook

'

232.

Memoranda from deeds

Bradley in ejectment. For the plaintiff. Breife.' The land in question is in Upchurch, and held by Ambrose Mellway from All Souls' College agst.

the rent of

15th cent.

it

23L

1

referring to Etterham's Court, and 2 qrs. of barley Two papers

233, List of documents relating to

Horsham

RENTALS, ETC. 30 Edw.

III. 234.

'

Tenementa quae fuere Bartholomsei de Tanet,' in Upohuich. Extent of the lands of John de Tent, 29 and 30 Edw. III. Imperfect

*f2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

G8

[Edw.

III.]

9 Hen. V. 30 Sept.

15th cent.

235.

'

Resolutio reddituum manerii de Etterliam'

236. Eental of Etterhames Court

Vellum

roll

Vellum

roll

237.

Account of the descent of the lands held by Adam Coker Ttvo copies, one on parchment, one on paper

238.

'En paroche de Upchirch, Hertelep, Wade, Bobbyng List

of lands,

Eeynham,

Halgisto, Newnton, et Dettlyng'

including Fermanesshe and

'

the

place of

Horsham 239.

'

En Upch'

P.

Account of the extent of the lands 5 Hen. VI.

240. Lands in

Newynton belonging

P.

to the

by Eobt. and Joan Otele 15th cent.

241.

A

242.

Memoranda

modern

at

1

manor of Horsham held Paper roll, pp. 2

Paper

translation of the preceding

of rents

1

maner de Horsham

et Halgisto pertinantes al

roll

Etterham and elsewhere, and of Pp. 2. Lat.

deeds relating to Upchurch and Halstow

[9-12 Hen. 243. Accounts of John Grandon, farmer of the manor of Horsham A bundle of 10 papers VL] 15th cent.

244. Eentale de

Horsham

245. Eentale de Horsham

8 Hen. VII.

246. Eents in the yokes of

247.

9 Eliz.

*

Pp. 3 Herbertham, Bell-a-Brook, and 3 other

yokes in Upchurch The names of those that have landes

at Cockherst

P.

'

1

248. Extract from a rental of East Court, Dettlynge, relating to

Cockherst

Mich.

Endd.

'

Mr. Webbes note

'

lETTUBS. 1595. 15 July



Potman to Mr. Carter, in Eode Lane, London Information about the stealing of wood belonging to Thos.

249. Eichard

:

Melway With a draft of another letter on the same subject P. 1 Edward Hasted to Dr. Niblett :— The terrier of Horsham Asks how he shall send it lands is now finished. .

1758. 23 July Sutton Dart-

250.

ford.

LEASES. 21 Edw. IV. 20 Sept. 9 Hen. VIII. 28 Jan.

1.

2.

Lease by All Souls' College of a parcel of land in Cliirchstrete, Upchurch, to Valentine Grymston

Of a

piece of land called Stonfyld, in Upchurch, to John

Burbage

HORSHAM, UPCHURCH, HALSTOW, NEWINGTON.

69

Wm.

Lease of the manor of Horsham, for 20 years, to

9 Hen. VIII. 29 March

3.



4.

Of two

26 Hen. VIII. 8 Nov.

5.

Of

34 Hen. VIII. 30 June

6.

Of the manor of Horsham

34 Hen. VIII. 20 March

7.

Of Halgstow Mill

5 Eliz.

8.

Of Halstow Mill

6 Eliz. 2 Nov.

9.

Of

12 Eliz. 3 Nov.

10.

25 Eliz.

11.

Of Halstoe Mill

12.

Of Horsham

13.

Of a tenement and land in Church Street, Upchurch, to Robert Freeman, of the University of Oxford, yeoman

14.

Of Horsham

Godyn, of Upchurch acres in Key felde to Stephen Thomson, carpenter, of Upchurch, for 20 years Clarke's house, in Upcliurch, to Thos.

to

to

Yonge

John Mason,

London

of

Christopher Arundell, of Moore, Oxon

to Ch. Arundell

20 Nov.

1

tlie

manor of Horsham

to

Clement Mylwaye Bo7id enclosed

Of the manor

Horsham

of

to

Wm.

to

Clement Milway

Langharne, of London, B.C.L.

April

25

Eliz.

Clement Milwaie

to

for

20 years

Bond

3 June

32

Eliz.

2 Dec.

35

Eliz.

31 Oct.

to Thos., son of

2QL

at a rent of

Clement Milwaye,

for

enclosed

20

Bond

13s. Ad.

years,

enclosed

15.

Of Horsham

16.

Of a tenement

5 Jac. I. 12 Oct.

17.

Of the manor of Horsham

10 Jac. I. 28 Oct.

18.

Of Horsham



19.

Of Halstow

12 Jac. I. 10 Oct.

20.

Of Halstow Mill

17 Jac. I. 22 Oct.

21.

Of Horsham

18 Jac. L 25 Oct.

22.

Of Halstow Mill

23.

Of the manor of Horsham to John Milwaie, of Upchurch, yeoman Of Halstow Mill to John Thomas, of Halstowe

45

Eliz.

John Milway, son

to

Milway

of Thos.

Bond

11 Dec. 4c5 Eliz.

in

enclosed

Church Street to Robert Freeman

30 Dec.

2 Car.

I.

24.

John Millwav

for

20 years

John Milway

Mill, for to

20 years

2 Nov. 3 Car. I. 29 Oct. 9 Car. I. 31 Oct.

to

to

to

20 years, to Thos. Coper

Robert Bradenham, jun., of Oxford, for Both parts and bond

John Milway to

Both parts

With

license to let

John Thomas, of Halstow, for 20 years Both parts and license to let

Bond 25. License to

John Millwaie

to let the

manor

of

enclosed

Horsham

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

70

17 Car. I. 30 April 1661.

26. Lease of the

27.

15 June

1721. 1 1

Horsham

to Sir Clieney Culpeper, of

Bond

enclosed

to Edward Astyn and Francis Sury, of Oxford, to take possession of Crockham Park and Coney Heath, in Upchurch, let to Gilbert Eoope, 31 Dec. 1657

of

Horsham

the manor of

Joseph

to

Hasted, of enclosed

Bond

Chatham 29.

Of Crockham Park and Coney Heath, Edward Hasted, of Sutton

30.

Of Halstow Mill

to

31.

Of the manor

Horsham

to

Edward Hasted

32.

Of the manor of Horsham

to

Edw. Hasted, of Sutton, Kent

33.

Of Halstow Mill

4 Nov. 1784.

of

Power

28. Lease

Nov.

1765.

manor

Hollingborne

Wm.

in

Upchurch, to

Smart, of Rainham

20 Oct. 1785.

of

24 Oct. 1789. 1

Oct.

1791.

to

Wm.

Dodd, of Throwley, Kent

11 Oct.

1795. 21 Oct. 1798.

to James Wilkins to let Chinkwell and College Heath Woods, in Newington, Upchurch, &c.

34. License

Wm.

1802.

Dodd, of Eainham With license

35.

Lease of Halstow Mill to

36.

Of Clinkwell Wood, College Heath, and other woods in

31 Oct.

23 Oct.

to let

Newington, Upchiu'ch, Halstow, Hartlep, Detling, Rainham, and Masborowe, to James Wilkins Both parts 37.

Of Crockham Park and Coney Heath

1809.

38.



39.

Of Clinkwell Wood, &c., to Francis Smith, of Harbledown Of Crockham Park and Coney Heath to John Williams, of

1805. 4 Nov.

to

John Williams

Dartford

Horsham

„ 25 Oct.

40.

Of the manor

1812. 2 Nov.

41.

Of Halstow Mill

1816. 2 Nov.

42.

Of Chinkwell Wood, College Heath, &c., in Newington, Upchurch, and other parishes, to Francis Smith, of Harbledown



43.

of

to

Of Horsham Farm,

1819.

44.

John Williams

William Dodd, of Rainham

Wm.

Jordan

Wm. Dodd

46.

Of Halstow Mill

46.

Of Crockham Park and Coney Heath Margate

to

to let

Hind and

Wm.

Ludgater

Of Crockham Park and Coney Heath

Wm.

With license in Upchurch, to Robert

Jordan, trustees of



to

Both parts to Robert

Hind and Both parts Both parts

2 Nov.

1820. 2 Nov.

to Daniel Jarvis, of

KINGSBURY, HENDON. 1820. 2 Nov.

47.

Lease of Horsham

1826. 3 Nov.

48.

Of Halstow Mill

1832. 3 Nov.

49.

1833.

50.

Farm

2G Oct.

to Daniel Jarvis

to Penelope

other executors of

71

Hulks, of Chatham, and the Both parts

Edward Hulks

Of Crookliam Park and Coney Heath to Wm. George Lord Harris With license to let Hulks, &c. Of Halstow Mill to Penelope Both jparts and license to let

HOESPATH. 1722. 6 Oct.

1.

Lease by Dr. Geo. Clarke to pasture in Horspath

Wm.

Cox, of his tenement and

Draft

2.

Lease by John Mather, president, and Corpus Christi College of their lands in Horspath to Geo. Clarke, fellow of All

1765. 2 April

3.

Lease of the same by Thos. Eandolph, president, and Corpus Christi College, to All Souls' College, with license to let

1772. 3 April

4.

Lease of the same to the same

[18th cent.]

5,

Memoranda

1828. 15 July

6.

Eeceipt by the Commissioners

1730.

26 March

Souls' College

of a lease of property at Horspath

P.

1

of Woods and Forests of 13^. 5s. from All Souls' College, for the purchase of a rent of 105. from Horsepath pastures

KINGSBUEY MANEEIUM. TEEE^ IN HENDON. MANOR OF 10 Edw. IL 1

1.

May

KINGSBTJEY.

Grant by Baldewin Poleyn, of Tebbeworth, to Jas. le Palmer, of London, and Sarah, his wife, of his manor in Kyngesburie for

life

Paumer

2.

Lease by Baldwin Poleyn to in Kynkesburie

19 Edw. II. 27 Oct.

3.

Indenture between Poleyn and Palmer for the security of the preceding

3 Edw. III. 17 Dec.

4.

Grant by Baldwin Poleyn to Walter de Salynge, of the manor of Kyngesburi

19 Edw.

II.

20 Oct.

Jas. le

of all his lands

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. 4 Edw. III. 14 Dec.

5.

Indenture with stipulations for the lease of Kyngesburie by Baldwin Polein to Walter de Sellynge

4 Edw. III.

6.

Fine for the conveyance of Kyngesburie by Poleyn to Sellynge

7.

Surrender by Sarra, widow of Jas. le Palmere, to Walter de Salynge, of her property in Kyngesbury

13 Edw. III. 31 Dec.

8.

Lease by Thos. Page to Koger de Salyngge of lond' in Kynggesbury

13 Edw. III. 12 Jan.

9.

20 Jan.

Edw.

5

III.

22 Oct.

14 Edw. III. 22 Feb.

'

le

Faytys-

Grant by Eobt. Eose, of Eggesware, to Roger de Salyngge, of a messuage and land in Hendon, held by John *dictus Cocus,' by gift from Baldwin Poleyn

by Cristiana, widow of Walter de Salyngge, to her daughters Alice, Matilda, and Isabella, of her estate in the

10. Release

manor

of

Kynggesbury

11.

Indenture between the abbot and convent of Westminster and Thos. Page, of Eggeswer, concerning the payment of money owed to him by the convent

24 Edw. III. 28 Aug.

12.

Grant by the prior and convent of St. Bartholomew's, Smethefeld, to Ric. Raven, of the marriage of William, s. and h. of Thos. Page, of Stanmere Parva, with wardship of his lands in Stanmere Convent seal, broken

30 Edw. III. 16 Nov.

13.

Grant of lands in Eggeswere, Kyngesbury, and Hendon, by Wm. Page to Simon de Kegworth and Ralph Thua-

31 Edw. III.

14.

Release by Henry Faytyf, of Kyngesbury, to Wm., son of Thos. Page, of Kyngesbury, of his estate in ' Faytyffes-

1346. 9

1

June

molow 1 Oct.

londe,'

31 Edw. III. 4 Dec.

32 Edw. 12

15.

III. 16.

March

Kyngesbury

Grant by Wm. Page to Ric. Raven, of Berkhampstead, and Randulph de Twomelowe, of all his lands in London and Middlesex

Grant by Raven and Twomelowe

to

Wm.

Page and Cristina them

his wife, Raven's daughter, of the lands granted to

by Page 17.



36 Edw.

III. 18.

31 Jan.

Grant by Ric. Raven and Ralph de Twomelowe to Wm. and Cristina Page, of the goods, chattels, and crops on the lands granted to the latter by the former in London and Middlesex

Wm. and Cristina Page to Jolm Penne, John Raven, Blaise de Bury, and Robt Raven, of all tlieir lands in Eggeswere, Kyngesbury, Hendon, and Stanmere, JNlagna

Grant by

and Parva 41 Edw. III. 7 Feb.

41 VAw.

19.

III. 20.

18 April

Grant by Blaise de Bury, skinner of London, to Wm. and Cristina Page, Elizabetli tlieir daughter, John de Swanbourne, and Wm. Penne, of lands in Middlesex granted to him by Wm. Page Lease of the manor of Kyngesbury by Robt. Hales and John Raven

Wm.

Page

to Frere

KINGSBURY, HENDON". 21.

44 Edw. 1

III. 22.

July

44 Edw.

III. 23.

10 July

73

Counterpart of the above Lease by Wm. and Cristina Page to Fr. Eobt. de Hales and John Raven, of all their lands, &c., in Hendon

Wm. Page to John and Eobt. Raven of property in Kyngesbury and Hendone

Grant by

all his



24.

Indenture between Page and the Ravens, that if they hold the lands for 9 years, the preceding grant shall be void

7 Ric. II.

25.

Grant by

2 Feb.

Wm.

Wm. and Cristina Page to John Raven, Pychelesthorn, and Ric. Atte Hil, of the manor of Kyngesbury

9 Ric. II. 1

by Richard Atte Hill to Sir John de Worth, John Raven, and Will. Pistorn, of his estate in Kyngesbury

26. Release

April

19 Ric. II. 26 JNIarch

27.

Grant by John and Margery Haldenby, of Northamptonshire, Ric.

to

keeper of the king's great wardrobe,

Clifford,

Walter Dunwell, Wm. Farendon, rector of Harpeden, and Walter Norman, vicar of Hendon, of the manor of Kyngesbury, &c., which belonged to Margery Haldenby by right of her father, John Raven 19 Ric.

II.

1

Hen. IV. 25 Sept.

1

11 Hen. IV.

26 Sept.

by Joan, widow of John Raven,

28. Release of Kyngesbiu-y, &c.,

4 April

to Ric. Clifford, &c. 29.

Grant of the manor of Kyngesbury by Ric. Clifford, bp. of London, Walter Dunwell, and Walter Norman, to William and Joan Bury

30. Letter of attorney of Ric. Clifford, bp. of London, to deliver possession of Kyngesbury to William and Joan Bury

Fine seal with 12 Hen. IV. 3 Oct. 1423-4. 10 Feb.

1425.

31.

Release of the manor of Kyngesbury by

Wm.

arms

to

Wm.

Wm.

Page

Page

and Joan Bury 32. Notarial attestation of the grant of the lands of

Walter Norman and Ric. Clifford to the use of Walter and Margaret Bury, a,nd of the grant of Kingesbury manor to them by Wm. Page to

33.

An

34.

Bond

attestation of the

same

facts

25 April

4 Hen. VI. 1 Nov.

the bishop's

by the bp. of London Episcopal seal, broJcen •

of Wm. Bury, of Kyngesbury, to abide by the award of arbitrators in the dispute between him and John

Penne 4 Hen. VI. 1 Feb.

35.

Release by

Wm.

Bury, Roger Saperton, and others, of their Hendon, Eggeswere, and Stanmere,

estate in Kyngesbury, to

John Penne,

Wm.

4 Hen. VI. 10 July

36. Receipt

5 Hen. VI. 9 Oct.

37.

5 Hen. VI. 26 Dec.

38. Similar receipt

by

of

London

Bury

Similar receipt of 55s.

for 8^. 5s. rent

from John Penne

AKCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

74 8 Hen. VI.

39.

17 Nov.

Grant by John Penne, lord of the manor of Kyngesbury, to Maro;aret wife of Ivo de Thorn, draper of London, of 3 messuages, viz. Robertishawe, Cockishouse, and Holdehawe, in Kyngesbury

40. Exemplification of the preceding, dated 12 Feb.,

18 Hen.

VIIL 8 Hen. VI. 3 May

41.

Grant by John Penne, grocer of London, to Thos. Rolf, serjeant at law, John Fernyclouth, vicar of Hendon, and others, of the manor of Kyngesbury, &c. by Thos. Rolf, John Ferny clough, and others, of in the manor of Kyngesbury to John Bernevyle

10 Hen. VI. 20 May

42. Release

10 Hen. VI. 5 June

43.

Grant by John Bernevyle of the manor of Kyngesbury, &c., to John Penne, grocer of London

11

Hen. VI. 19 Aug.

44.

Grant by John Penne to John Stokes, rector of Denham, Nic. Conyngeston, Robt. Foster, and Wm. Mersshe, of the manor of Kyngesbury, &c.

1

Hen. VI. 29 Aug.

45. Release of his

12 Hen. VI.

tlieir estate

estate in the manor of Kyngesbury by Nic. Conyngeston to John Stokes, Robt. Foster, and Wm. Mersshe

46.

Grant by John Stokes, rector of Denham, Nic. Conyngeston, Robt. Foster, and Wm. Mersshe, of the manor of Kynges-

47.

Power

6 Sept.

bury, &c., to John Penne



12 Hen. VI. 20 Sept. „ 12 Hen. VI. 20 Dec.

of attorney to deliver seisin

by John Fernyclough to John Penne of his estate Kyngesbury, &c.

48. Release

in

49. Counterpart of the

above

50.

Grant by John Penne to Robt. Clopton, John Kendale, an John Bengeworth, chaplains, of the manor of Kynges"

„ 12 Hen. VI. 12 Jan.

51.

Counterpart of the above

62.

Bond

12 Hen. VI.

63. Obligation of

bury, &c.

of

Penne

to Clopton for 200^.

John Penne not to sell the manor of Kingesbury to any one but Robert Clopton, or by his consent, for 10 years, on forfeiture of the preceding bond

14 Jan. 64.

Counterpart of the above

„ 12 Hen. VI. 12 April

55.

„ Hen. VI. 20 April

66.

Counterpart of the above

67.

Release of the manor of Kyngesbury by John Clopton, Kendale, and Bengeworth

68.

Counterpart of the above

69.

Grant by Clopton, Kendale, and Bengeworth of the manor of Kyngesbury, &c., to John Penne

1

2

„ 12 Hen. VI. 3

May

Surrender by John Bernevile and Wm. Bray to Clopton, Kendale, and Bengeworth, of their estate in the manor of Kyngesbury, &c.

Penne

to

KINGSBURY, HENDON. 12 Hen. \I. 3

1

by Clopton, Kendale, and Bengeworth manor of Kyngesbiiry, &c.

60. Lease

May

„ 13 Hen. VI. Jan.

75

61.

Power of attorney

to

Penne of the

to deliver seisin

62. Eeceipt by Robt. Clopton for 15^. in part payment of 220^. from John Penne, in accordance with previous indentures

Grant by John Penne to Eobt. Clopton of an annual rent of 100s. from the manor of Kyngesbury

13 Hen. VI. 20 April

63.

13 Hen. VI. 27 April

64. Eelease

by Clopton of a bond of 200 mhs. of John Penne, on condition of receiving a rent of 100s. from Kyngesbury



65.

Counterpart of the above

14 Hen. VI. 29 Sept.

66.

Receipt by Clopton of 50s. of the rent granted him by

14 Hen. VI.

67.

1

Penne

Oct.

Grant by John Penne to Ric. Barnett, Thos. Nichol, of Barnet, John Bernevile, and Wm. Bray, of the manor of Kyngesbury, &c.



68.

Receipt of Robt. Clopton of I5l. from John Penne in part

payment of 14 Hen. VI. 20 Jan.

220^.

by John Penne to Ric. Barnett of manor of Kyngesbury, &c.

69. Release

his estate in the

70.

Grant by Robt. Clopton of the rent he receives from Penne to Mary, widow of John Barnett, and Wm. Chedworth

14 Hen. VI. 4 Feb.

71.

Release by John Penne of his estate in Kyngesbury to Clopton and Kendale

14 Hen. VI.

72.

Grant by Clopton

and.

Kendale of the manor of Kyngesbury, alias Somry, and Robt. Wyght,

&c. to Ric. Barnett, chaplain

5 Feb.

73.

Similar grant

14 Hen. VI. 6 Feb.

74.

Release by Penne of his estate in Kyngesbury to Clopton,

14 Hen. VI. 20 Feb.

75.

Release by John Penne to John Barnett, alias

14 Hen. VI.

76.

General release by John Stanet to Ric. Somry, alias Barnett

14 Hen. VI. 23 INIarch

77.

Release of

15 Hen. VI.

78.

Receipt by .John Stanet of 151. \5s. alias Barnet

16 Hen. VI. 5 Feb.

79.

Grant by Thos. Nicholl, of Barnett, John Bernevile, and Wm. Bray to John Stannet and John Besteman, of the manor of Kyngesbury, &c.

16 Hen. VI. 12 Feb.

80. Release of the

16 Hen. VI. 31 May

81.

Kendale, and Bengeworth

Somry

March

1

1

Oct.

all

actions

by John Stanet

manor

of

to .John

4(Z.

Penne

from Ric. Somery,

Kyngesbury by Thos. Nicholl

to

Stannet and Bestman

Grant by John Penne of the manor of Kyngesbury to Peter Stucle, Thos. Glouceter, Walter Taylard, John Pemberton, Wm. Meiwode, Ric. Weye, John Pratt, and John Wode

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

1Q

16 Hen. VI.

manor

17 Hen. VI.

17 Hen. VI.

Kyngesbury

84. Release of his estate

Penne

Nov.

Hen. VI.

1 7

of

by Stannet and Bestman of the manor of Kjmg-esbury and lands in Hendon to Thos. Chichele, John Brikliede, Robt. Daunvers, jun., John Drayton, and John Bernevyle

83. Grrant

4 Nov.

7

by John Penne to John Stannet of his estate in the

82. Release

5 June

85.

in the

manor of Kyngesbury by John

to Chichele, &c.

Release by Stannet and Bestman to Chichele, &c.

8 Nov.

by Ric. Barnet, alias Somery, and Robt. Wyght, of their estate in the manor of Kyngesbury to Thos. Chichele, &c.



86. Release



87. Release

by Mary Barnet and

chele, &c. of a rent of 100s.

17 Hen. VI. 9 Nov.

88. Release

20 Hen. VI.

89. Surrender

Wm.

Chedworth to Thos. Chifrom the manor of Kyngesbury

by Peter Stucle, &c. to Thos. Chichele, &c. of their manor of Kyngesbury

estate in the

by Thos. Chichele, Birkhede, &c. to Hen. VI. of Edgeware, Kyngesbury, and Willesden, with other lands

5 Feb.

Cojpy

in various places

90. Abstract of the preceding



Memorandum

20 Hen. VI. 24 April

91.

27 Hen. VI.

92. Release

1

April 93.

12 Jan.

Kingsbury, &c. to All

Henry VI.

by Ric. Walssh to All Souls' manor of Kyngesbury, &c.

the

4 Hen. VII.

of the granting of

Souls' College by

Memorandum

of the confirmation grants to All Souls' College

College, of his estate in

by Parliament of the

ARNOLD'S LANDS IN HENDON. 35 Edw.

I.

3 Edw. II. 21 June

by Richard Arnold, of Hendon, to Wm. and Marg. Page, of Eggeswere, of his hereditary property in Hendon

94. Lease

by Ric. le Rous, lord of Hendon, to Matilda, d. of Ric. le Herberger, of a messuage and garden formerly held by Ernold, and land in Popescroft and Otefeld

95. Grrant

Wm.

5 Edw. II. 1 1 July



96. Grrant

Wm. 97.

by Richard, son of Thos. Arnold, of Heendone, to and Margaret Page, of his inheritance in Heendone

Grant by Ric. Arnold, of Heendon, to Wm. Page, of Eggeswere, and Margaret his wife, of a messuage and land in Heendone, inherited from his father

W. and M.

Page, of his lands in Hendon

5 Edw. IL 19 Dec.

98. Release

5 Edw. II.

99. Indenture containing fiu'ther covenants concerning the transfer of land by Arnold to Page

25

May

by Arnold to

Wm.

100. Counter^Dart of the above

KINGSBURY, HENDON. Edw.

7

II.

101.

7 Oct.

11

Kelease by Alice, daughter of Thos. Arnold, to Wm. Page, of a messuage and lands held by him by gift of her brother

Eichard 102. Similar release



by Isabella Arnold

by Sir Ric. le Rous, lord of Heendon, to Wm. le Page and Margaret his wife, of the land granted them by Thos. Arnold, and the land which le Rous will inherit from

103. Grrant

Arnold

Edw.

7

II.

104. Release

13 Dec. 1

5

Edw. 1 1

17

II. 105.

Feb.

Edw.

II.

by Sir Richard

le

Rous

Wm.

to

Page, of lands in

Hendon granted to them by Ric. Arnold Release by John de Mordone to Wm. and Marg. Page acres in Hendon formerly belonging to Ric. Arnold

of 2

by Matilda, widow of Sir Richard le Rous, to Wm. Page, of a messuage in Hendon, formerly held by Ric. Arnold, and land in Popescroft and Otefield

106. Release

15 June

-pBTtBlC'RO'FT}.

2 Edw. II. [24] .Tune

Edw.

3

II.

19 Oct.

107.

Lease by John de Mordon to

Wm.

Page of

'

Piricrofbes

by Roger and Alice Arderne to John de Mordon of land granted them by Mordon's father in Hendon Endd. ' Le Pyricroft in Hendon '

108. Grant '

Edw. II. 109. Grant by John de Mordone to John Seward of Hendon 30 Nov.

8

10 Edw.

II.

110.

21 Oct. 111.

13 Hen. VI.

112.

'

le

Piryfeld

'

Release by John Seward to estate in

March

Wm.

Grant by Geoffrey Fitzwaryn to his wife, of

10 Edw. II. 1 Nov. 11

in

'

Hendon

'

le

in

'

Pyrifeld

'

in

Page and Margaret

Hendon

Wm.

and Margaret Page, of

his

Pyrifeld

Lease by John Penne to John Stannet and Anne his wife, of a tenement in Stanmere Parva, and ' le Gardyn mede,' * le Brodefeld,'

and

'

le Parescroft,'

in Eggeswere

HEYLOND. 113.

Grant by Henry de

la

Haye to Robt. Fitz Edwi in Kingesberi

Geffrey, of land

formerly belonging to 114.

Grant by John, son of Reginald de

I.

115.

Lease of

34 Edw. I. [29 Sept.]

116.

29 Edw.

3

Edw.

II.

9 Dec.

117.

la Haie, to Geoffrey, son of Hemmig, of land in Kingesburi in the tenement of Gilebert de Tebwrthe, in Paidene and Epsforlung le Haylond, in Kyngesbury, by William Aunsel and Christiana his wife to John Blackers

Lease by Agnes Atte Heye to Wm. Page, of Eggeswere, of land in 'Heylond,' Kyngesbury

Grant by Will, and Christina Aunsel, of Kinneton, to Wm. Page, of Eggeswere, of a messuage and 10 acres in Kyngesbury

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

78

EYDOMMEBO. 4 Eic.

II.

118.

17 March 11 Eic. II. 3 Dec.

119.

by John Bereford, of Hendon, to AAlUiam de Staunton, chaplain of Stanmere Parva, of all his lands in Kyngesbury, called ' Eydommedo

Grrant

Grant by Wm. Staunton, chaplain, to John Eaven, John Lyoun, and Wm. Chapman, of land in Eydommede formerly belonging to John Berford

'cabt^ tebbabum vogatabum cullinges in hendon: 5 Edw. IL

120.

Grant by Simon, ' dictus le Kyng,' carpenter, and Mariota his wife to John and Mabilla Collinges, of a tenement in Hendon which they hold of John Collinges

121.

Grant by Thos. and Alice Forstere, of Lalam, to John Fremle of all his lands in Hendon and Kyngesbury

122.

Power of attorney to deliver seisin Grant by Alice, widow of Thos. Forester, John Fremele, of all her husband's lands Kyngesbury

19 March 19 Eic. IL

26 Sept.

123.

IGHen.VL VIL May

Hen. 19

in

Hendon and

124.

Grant by John and Agnes Fremle to John Fremle, their of all their lands in Hendon and Kyngisbury

125.

Grant by John Atte Wode, of Hendon, to John Smith, Thos. Shippard, of Finchley, and John Marsshe, of his lands in Hendon and Eggeware

25 Feb. 7

of Laleham, to

son,

10 Hen. VIL 126. Grant by Henry Fremley, of Laleham, to Edmund Stephens, 14 March John Orme, and Peter Hyll, of ' Cullynges' in Hendon 11 Hen.

VIL

23 March

127.

Grant by John Smyth, Thos. Shepard, and John Marsshe, of ' Cullynges to Edm. Stephens, John Orme, and Peter Hill '

11 Hen. VIL 128. Eelease by the same to the same 11 April

18 Hen. VIL 129. Grant by Edm. Stephens, &c. of Cullynges to Thos. Hobbes, 26 April Edw. Maleerbe, Thos. Judde, alias Kempe, and Thos. '

'

Hoddesdon, jun.

VIL May

18 Hen. 1

Edm. Stephens of 80^. from All Souls' College for lands in Kyngesbury held of the College's manor of Edgeware, and for freehold lands called ' Cullynges

130. Eeceipt by

6 Hen. VIII. 131. Grant by Thos. Judde, late of London, to Wm. Broke, Thos. Payne, John Godefrey, and others, of land called ' Cul23 Oct. lynges in Hendon '

KINGSBUBY ET ALUS: Page, of Hendon, to Wm. Page,

'VABI2E CABTJE IN 22 Edw. 3 Dec.

L

132. Eelease

by Ealph

estate in ir the tenements of Ph. le

Hendon

of his

Eous and John Page

in

KINGSBUKY, HENDON. 23 Edw. I. 20 Oct.

79

133.

Grant by William Page to Wm. Pypard of land called Auedemereslond in Stanmore

134.

Grant by Eoger de Fleg of

Henry de

Afifeyte, Alice

all his lands in Kingesbyri to Pelthindon, and Joan and Cecilia

her daughters

28 Edw. I. 29 Sept.

135.

136.

34 Edw.

I.

138.

3 Edw. II. 29 S( rt.

139.

1 1.

9 Edw.

II.

140.

le Tailloiir

and others

Mortgage by John Barnevile to in Parva Stanmere

Wm. Page, of his

to

Wm.

Wm.

142.

Grant by Simon and Isabella le Taillour, of Wm. Page, of land in Kyngesburie

143.

inheritance

Grant by Elena, widow of Eic. Atte Hyd, to Wm. and Margaret Page, of 1^ acre in Thayden, Kyngesburie Grant by Alice, d. of Michael Atte Hyde, to garet Page of land in Kyngesbury

144.

10 Edw. II. 3 Nov.

Grant by Simon and Isabella

141.

14 March

10 Edw. II. 2 Nov.

by Eic, son of Eic, son of Simon, to Wm. Page, of Page by his father

Page, of three acres in Strete furlonges, Kyngesbery

12 March



Wm.

his estate in the land granted to

2 April

Edw.

Grant by Eichard, son of Simon of Kyngesbury, to Page, of land in Apfurlonges, Kingesbery

137. Eelease

34 Edw. T. 22 ^lay

9

Grant by Cecilia, d. of Alice Pelyndone, to Wm. Page, of Eggeswere, of the lands granted to her and others by Eoger de 1^'leg

and Mar-

la

Hyde, to

Grant by Wm. Page to Walter de Bredou of a messuage and lands in Eggeswere, Kyngesburi, and Stanemere Grant by Walter de Bredou of the same lands to and Margaret la Eous his wife

145. Sale

by

Wm.

Wm.

Page

Page, of Eggesware, of his crops and moveHeendone to Walter de Bredowe

able goods at

10 Edw. II. 146. Fine for the conveyance of messuages in Hendon by Walter de Bredou to Wm. and Margaret Page 9 Feb. 17 Edw.

II.

147.

6 Jan.

11 Eic. II. 1 6 INIarch

34

Eliz.

Wm. Page to his son Tliomas, of his land and houses in the demesne of Henry de Lacy, late earl of Lincoln, in Eggeswer

Grant by

John Gerveys, of Hendon, to deliver Schooland,' in Hendon, to Wm. Page

148. Letter of attorney of

seisin of

149. Eelease

'

by Thos. Sheppard of

his estate in Bassett's,

Kyngs-

burie, to All Souls' College

2 Nov.

COPIES OF COURT BOLLS. 33 Edw. III. 150. Surrender by Eobt. and Marion Wrenche of land in Evecroft, and grant thereof to Simon Derman 3 jNIay

4 Hen. IV. 3

May

151.

Surrender of land in Shortescrofte by Hen. Warryn to the use of John Derman, and the grant to the latter of a cottage and land in Evecrofte and Perycrofte 2^wo copies

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

80

17 Hen. VI. 152. Surrender by Geoffrey Wrenche of a messuage late held 3 May John Mosehacche, to the use of John Lyon

24 Hen. VI. 1

1

'

154.

May

21 Hen. VII. 155. 1

by Eoger Carpenter of ' Clarkescrofte,' ' Warle,' Longecroft,' and other laud to the use of John Mushacche

153. Surrender

2 Oct.

18 Hen. VII.

by

May

Surrender by Win. Edrigge of

' Lytelwarens,' in the lordship of Kyngesbury, to the use of Kobt. Shepherd

Payment '

of a fine by John Shepard for a tenement called Garrigottes

22 Hen. VII. 28 Oct.

156.

Surrender by Eobt. Shepard of Lytell Warens, in Kyngesbury? to the use of John Shepard

Edw. VI.

157.

Admission of Thos. Shepard, son of John Erley, as tenant of Kandolfes, Aldhawes, and other tenements

1

2

May

16 Eliz.

14 Jac. 1

I.

John Fisher from

158. Eelease of

21 Sept.

159. Surrender

May

mand

1

I.

160. Surrender

May

1652. 10 April

tenement

by Henry Downer of Goodwyn's tenement,

landes, alias Beanecroft, to his

death, that of

11 Car.

suit of court for a

called Seikins, alias Fythells

use of 161.

Henry and Anne Edlyne and

by Joan Hall of two

Wm.

own use and,

crofts in

Coll-

after his

others

Piggesland to the

Jackett

Surrender of lands at Kingsbury by Eichard Franklin to Henry Haley Mutilated

MISCELLANEA. 5 Edw. II.

162.

26 March 6 Hen. IV. 1

The descent

of

Simon and Mariot Kyng, and copy

of their

grant to Collynges 163.

March

Bond

of Eeginald Sheffeld, of Berks, to Eobt. Childwell, of London, for 20^. for goods bought at Westminster

10 Hen. VI. 164. Bond of John Penne to Edm. Chertesey, of Herts, and John 20 Nov. Martyn, for 60^.

10 Hen. VI. 5 June

165.

13 Hen. VI. 166. 10 Feb.

13 Hen. VI. 10 March

167.

Bond of John Penne for 200^. to Eic. Keterich, grocer London Bond of John and Wm. Penne to Mc. Yoo, clothier London,

Bond

of

of

for 100/.

of John

Penne

to

John Stanet and Anne

his wife for

100 mks.

13 Hen. VI. 168. Letters of attorney of Eichard Keterich, to receive 200Z.

from John Penne

17 April

15 Hen. VI. 169. Eeceipt by Eobt. Marchall, grocer of London, of 41. from 6 Oct. Eic. Wode, of Kyngesbury, and John Stanet, of Stanmere 16 Edw. IV. 170. Eeceipt by Bartholomew Wilsdon from John Stokes, warden 9 Oct. of AH Souls' College, of 4 shillings for the rent of Arnoldes landes in

6 Hen. VII.

23 Jime

171.

Hendon

Copy of an inquisition concerning Kingsbury

Paper

roll, i/inperfect.

KINGSBURY, ITENDON. 1550. 16 Aug.

[1536-G5.]

172.

81

Will of Richard Sheperd, of Kyngesbury. Leaves Langecrofte, which he holds of All Souls' College, to his wife Souls' College v. Alan Nicholl. Interrogatories on the behalf of the defendant his answer to the bill ; the reply of the warden [Warner], and the defendant's rejoinder. The suit is for land in Kingsbury

173. All

;

[1536-65.]

174. All

Souls' College v. Thos. Shepperd.

Similar documents

Vellum

to the last

'Nomina juratorum inter Wm. Nicoll querentem et Johannem Taylor defendentem Endd. 'Nomina juratorum pro collegio pro Hendon' Add. 'To the right honourable Sir Wm. Cecill, Lord Treasurer'

[1536-65.]

175.

1565.

176.

Receipt from Thos. Shepherd of 5s. for the quit-rent of a parcel of the Hyde Farm ground called Cullins

177.

Receipt for quit-rent for Hamondes and Colleins from Thos.

178.

Memoranda by Hovenden from an showed him by Robt. Nicoll

179.

Agreement between the College and John

21 Oct. 1574.

Shepherd

27 Oct. 1584.

38

Eliz.

2 Nov. 1661. 27 May

1661. 15 June 1661.

of

Hendon

Chalkliill,

of

Kingsbury, for keeping the footbridge over the Braynt in repair Both parts 180. Power to Edward Astin and Francis Sury to take possession of Bush Orove, Hendon, on behalf ot the College 181.

Similar power to take possession of the Hoses and the Heys in

Hendon

182. Similar power to take possession of Stratford Longs, Mace-

29 June 1714-5. 24 Feb.

old rental

field,

and Crockwood, in Kingsbury

Islands field,

183. Bill in Chancery.

John James

Nicoll, of

Souls' College, concerning Olderhills, at

Hendon,

v.

All

Hendon

RENTALS, ETG. 17-20 Hen.

184.

VI.

Account of Richard Atte Wode, farmer of the manor of Kyngesbury

Paper

[15th cent.] 185. Rental of Kingsbury [1435.]

186.

Two

1609.

187.

Rental of Edgeware and Kingsbury

rentals of Kyngesbury, on paper, Barnett alias Somery mentioned

roll

much

mutilated mutilated.

LBTTEBS. 2 Hen. VIII. 188. 2 Dec.

The College is willing to let [Warden Broke] to ... him Crykyll Wood for 11. Qs. 8cZ., with certain stipulations .

Drafts mutilated, p. 1 the back is the return to a writ of dedimus potestatnn by Wm. Porter, warden of St. Mary's College, and Wni.

On

G

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE,

82

Broke, warden of All Souls', concerning a case between AYm. Bulkun and Thos. Woodward 1746.

189.

A

portion of a letter to renewal of the lease of

Warden

[Niblett]

concerning the

Hendon

Olderliills, in

KINGSBURY, HENDON, HAMMONDS, AND COLLINS. OLD LEASES. 22 Hen. VI. 14 Nov.

1.

32 Hen. VI. 28 June

2.

35 Hen. VI. 22 Nov.

3.

8

Edw. IV. 29 Nov.

4.

15 Edw. IV. 10 May

6.

11 Hen. VII. 29 Oct.

6.

11 Hen. VII. 27 Nov.

7.

20 Hen. VII. 29 March

8.

24 Hen. VII.

9.

1

Lease by All Souls' College of their lands in Hendon to Eobert Smyth and John Legat Similar lease

Of the manor of Kyngesbury, Dermannes londes, and Hedes londes to John Bernevylle and William Shepherd Of the manor of Kingsbury, Dermannes londes, and Hedea londes to Wm. Shepherd

Of '

' le ' Eedyng,' ' Grodewhill,' ' Blowershawe,' Wilpittes Mede,' in Hendon, to John Legate

Of lands

in

Hendon,

late held

by

Wm.

Hay,' and

Nycollys, to Eichard

Nycollys to Thos.

Oct.

in Hendon, late held by Aleyn Nicoll, Hoddesdon, alias Byrde, of Edge ware

Of the College lands Of the same land

London

to Eichard Eice, of

Of the manor of Kingsbury, with Dermannes londes and Hedes londes, to John Shepherd Both parts

17 Hen. VIII. 10. Of the manor of Kingsbury, &c., to Thos. Schepherde 16 Sept. 26 Hen. VIII. 11. Of the messuage called Hamondes, beside Ox Street, in Kingsbury, to Eichard Shepherd 30 April

29 Hen. VIII.

12.

Of the bailiwick of Kingsbury and

of

Edgeware

to Thos.

Norwode, of Pinner

12 April 13.

Of the manor of Kingsbury,

Edw. VI. 13 Sept.

14.

License to Eichard Lyell to let College

Edw. VI. March 2 Edw. VI.

15.

Lease of

16.

Lease of lands in Hendon, late held by Eichard Else, to Thos.

30 Hen. VIII. 1 1

&c., to Eichard Lyell, of

London

Jan.

2

'

Hamondes

'

tlie

lands he holds of the

to Eichard Sheparde

5

2 April

and Ellen Norwood

KINGSBURY, HENDON, HAIVEVIONDS, AND COLLINS. 5 Edw. VI. 24 Jan. I

&2

P.

& M.

83

17.

Of the manor of Kingsbury,

18.

Of

19.

Of the manor

20.

Of the lands in Hendon now held by Thos. Norwode to John Tomworth, gentleman of the Queen's Privy Chamber

21.

Of a messuage

'

Hamondes

'

Wm.

to

&c., to Thos.

Shepherd With bond

Sheppard

19 April 2 Eliz.

of Kingsbury, &c., to Thos. Shepard

24 April 8 Eliz.

14 March 8 Eliz.

16

May

10

Eliz.

beside

Ox

Hamondes and

in Kingsbury called

Streete, to

Collins

George Kingesmill

22.

Of the manor of Kingsbury

17 Eliz. 8 April

23.

Of the lands

25 Eliz. 10 July

24.

Of the manor

26

25.

Of Hammons and Colins

26.

Of the Common Wood, near Brockhill Woods, Cogdale's Close, Warrenshaw and Hammon's mead in Edgesvare to

Sheppard

to Thos.

6 Nov.

Eliz.

in

Hendon

leased to

John

Tam worth

to

Bond

Stransham, of Wilton

Robert

enclosed

of Kingsbury to Francis Mylles

to Thos. Sheapard

10 April

34 Eliz. 24 Nov.

Robert Stransham „

27.

Of the manor of Kingsbury

to Thos.

36 Eliz. 10 July

28.

Of Hammons and Page

beside

45 Eliz. 30 Nov.

29.

Of the manor of Kingsbury

2 Jac. I. 6 Oct.

30.

Of Hammons and

3 Jac. I. 6 April

31.

Of the lands held by Robert Stransham

9 Jac.

32.

Of the manor of Kingsbury

33.

Of Hammons and

16 Jac. I. 27 Oct.

34.

Of the manor

of Kingsbury to Thos. Shepherd

17 Jac.

35.

Of the lands

in

I.

Colins,

Shepherd

Ox

to

Street,

Michael

Sheperd

to Thos.

Collins to Michael Page, of

Kingsbury

to Thos.

Stransham

to Thos. Sheapheard

19 Dec. J5

I.

I.

Page

Hendon, previously held by Robert Stran-

sham, to Thos. Stransham

22 Oct. 18 Jac.

Collins to Michael

36.

Of Hammonds and

37.

Of lands

Collins to Michael

Page

Bond

enclosed

25 Oct. 2 Car.

I.

10 Nov.

Hendon,

late held by Thos. Stransham, the Cogdale's Close, and other land in Edgware and Kingsbury to Edmund Bateman Bond enclosed

in

Common Wood,

Q 2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

84

10 Car. L 28 Oct.

38.

Lease of the lands late held by Thos. Stranshara, the Common Wood, Hurst, and other land to Edmund Bateman

17 Car. II. 13 Jan.

39.

Of Hammonds and

1779. 31 Oct.

40.

Of Hammonds and Collins in Kingsbury Western, of Mortimer Street

1782.

41.

Bond

to

Maximilian

Of lands in Hendon late held by Thos. Stransham, Common Wood, Cockdale's Clope, &c., to John Crosse Crooke, Esq.

42.

Of the woodground called Olderhills, in Hendon, to Josepli Gribbs, of Old Broad St., and Charles Whishaw, of Castle Both parts Yard, Holborn

43.

Of Padford

20 Oct.



enclosed

Margaret Stockdale, of Kings-

bury

22 Oct. 1784.

Collins to

Charles

Grrove to Joseph Gribbs, of Old Broad Street,

and

Whishaw

Of Hoses and Heys to Gribbs and Wishaw Of woodgrounds about Symond's Mead, Chickley



44.

1786. 16 Oct.

45.

1788.

46.

Of the manor of Kingsbury, Dorman's mises to James duke of Chandos



47.

Of Eobertsfield Grrove, Old Field Grove, Kingsbury, and other woodgrounds and springs in Kingsbury, Wilsden, Chelsea, and Fulham, to James duke of Chandos

1789.

48.

Of land

49.

Of the manor

60.

Of Robert's Field

Three timer

20 Oct.

20 Oct. 1792.

20 Oct. „

Crofts,

Field, and Kingsbury, to Maximilian Western, of Mor-

St.

1793.

61.

and other pre-

lately held by Thos. Stransham in Hendon, land near Brockhill Woods and Cockdale Close, and elsewhere in Edgeware, to John Crosse Crooke, of Hendon

of Kingsbury, Dorman's lands, &c., to Anne Elizabeth duchess of Chandos License to let enclosed Cxrove,

duchess of Chandos

4 Nov.

lands,

Old Field Grrove, &c., to the License

to let

enclosed

Of Hammonds and Collins and two acres of woodground in Kingsbury to Maximilian Western Both parts and license to let



62.

Of woodgrounds about Housecroft, Symond's Mead and Three Crofts in Kingsbury* to Maximilian Western

1794. 24 April

63.

Of Rushgrove, in Hendon, to Andrew Burgess, of Kensington, Both parts butterman, and Wm. Shaddock, farmer

Both pa7is

1

1794. 3 Dec.

54. License

to

grove in

Hannah Harris, of Hendon, widow, to Hendon to John Nichol, of the Hyde

let

Bush-

1795. 21 Oct.

55.

Lease of woods on Burgrove, Hendon, to John Nicoll, of

1796.

56.

Hendon Of tlie lands late held by Tlios. Stransham in Hendon, Common Wood, and Hurst, Cockdale's Close, &c., to John Crosse

1

Nov.

Crooke

KINGSBURY, HENDON, HAMMONDS, AND COLLINS.

85

1797. 31 Oct.

57.

Lease of L^pper and Netlier Padford Grove and Hammond's land Grove to Francis Whishaw, of Woolverton Both parts



58.

Of Olderhills, Hendon, Hants



59.

Of Hoses and Heys



60.

Three licenses to Francis Whishaw to in the three preceding leases

1800.

61.

Lease of the manor of Kingsbury, Dorman's lands, Hedge lands, Hillhurst Croft, and other land in Kingsbury to Sir Richard Gamon and Henry Leigh License to let enclosed



62.

Of Hammonds and

1801. 6 April

63.

Of Rushgrove,

1802.

64.

Of Burgrove

1803. 4 Nov.

65.

Of Stransham's lands

23 Oct.

and

Wm.

in

to Francis

to the

Whishaw, of Woolverton,

same

Collins, &c., to

Hendon,

let the land

mentioned

Maximilian Western Both parts

to AndrcAV Burgess, butterman,

Sliaddock, farmer to

John Nicoll

Both parts

23 Oct. to

John Crosse Crooke

1804.

66.

Of Upper and Nether Padford Grove

4 Nov. „

67.

Of



68.

Of Hoses and Heys

1807.

69.

Of Hammonds and yeoman

20 Oct. 1808.

Both p) arts

Collins to Robert Selby, of Kingsbury,

Both parts

71.

Of the manor of Kingsbury and Dorman's land Gamon and Henry Leigh

72.

Of

to Sir

Richard

Robertsfield Grove, Oldfield Grove, and other woods in

Kingsbury to 1809.

to

Of Rush Grove in Hendon to Andrew Burgess, of Kensington, and Wm. Shaddock, of Shepherd's Bush Both parts and license to let

25 Oct.



Whishaw Francis Whishaw

Olderhills to Francis

Wliishaw Both parts Both parts

70.

25 April 1808.

to Francis

73.

Of Bm-grove

74.

Of the lands

to

Gamon and Leigh

With license

John Nicoll

to let

Both parts

25 Oct. 1810. 2 Nov.

late held

Crosse Crooke

1812. 2 Nov.

75.



76.

by Thos. Stransham, &c., to John Both parts

Of the manor of Kingsbury, Henry Leigh

&c., to Sir Richard BotJt parts

and

Of

Gamon and license to let

Robertsfield and Oldfield Groves, &c., to Sir Rie. and Henry Leigh

Whishaw



77.

Of Padford Groves



78.

Of



79.

Of Hoses and Heys

to the

1814. 2 Nov.

80.

Of Hammonds and

Collins to Robert Selby

Olderhills to the

to Francis

Gamon

Both parts

same same

Both parts Both parts

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

86

81.

Lease of Burgrove and Woodgrove to John Nicoll, of Hendon, farmer Both parts

1817. 3 Nov.

82.

Of Stransham's



83.

Of the land

1816. 2 Nov.

John Crosse Crooke

lands, &c., to

by Thos. Stransham, &c., to John

late held

Crosse Crooke 84.

Of the manor of Kingsbuiy, Dorman's lands, Hedge lands, &c., to Eic. Grrenville Chandos Temple, marquis of Buckingham Both parts

»

85.

Of Eobertsfield Grove, Oldfield Grove, and other land to the marquis of Buckingham Both parts

1819.

86,

Of Padford Groves

1818. 2 Nov.

to

Wm.

Both parts

Geeves

2 Nov.

Wm.



87.

Of



88.

Of Hoses and Heys

Olderhills to

to

John Whishaw Both parts and

89.

Of Hammonds and

1823. 3 Nov.

90.

Of Burgrove, Hendon,

1824. 3 Nov.

91.

Of the lands

1826. 3 Nov.

92.

Of Hoses and Heys

1827.

93.

Of pasture near Burroughs

1821.

Both parts

Geeves

Collins to Robt. Selby

license to let

Both parts

2 Nov. to

late held

Crosse Crooke

John NicoU

Both parts

by Stransham and others to John Both parts Both parts

to Thos. Nicholls

to

Wm.

Geeves

Both parts

3 Nov.

Wm.



94.

Of



95.

Of the manor of Kingsbm-y

1828. 3 Nov.

96.

Of Hammonds

to

1831. 27 Oct.

97.

Of Stransham's

lands, &c., to Elizabeth

1831.

98.

Of wood on Burgrove

99.

Of

Olderhills to

Both parts

Geeves

duke of Buckingham With license to

to the

Eobert Selby

to

Crooke

John Nicoll

3 Nov.

1833.

tlie

manor of Kingsbury

let

Both parts

Both ^ parts

duke of Buckingham

to the

26 Oct. 1835. 2 Feb.

100.

Of Stransham's



101.

Of Townfield

n

102.

Of a meadow near Burroughs

to the



103.

Of Broad

Field, &c., to the



104.

Of land

lands, &c., to Thos.

and Edw. John Lack 2?o^A 2^cw^s

to Messrs.

Field, Collin

in Cool

Lack

Deep

Duck Lane

Both parts

to the

same

same

Both parts

same Both parts Both parts

LANGLEY MARSH. 105. Lease of

1835. 31 Oct.

Hammonds and

87

Collins to Robt. Selby

Both

1835. 3 Nov.

106.

Of a meadow in Dearfield Lane

joavts

and

license to let

to Thos. Geeves

Both parts and



107.

Of a meadow

1837. 3 Nov.

108.

Of

1838. 3 Nov.

109.

Of land near Burrowes



110.

Of woodgrounds on Burgrove



111.

Of land

in Cool



112.

Of land

in Burrow's

license to let

near Burrouglis to Thos. Geeves

Olderliills to

Roger Gadsden

Both parts

to Joseph

Duck Lane

to

to

Neeld

Samuel and Henry Nicoll Both parts

Wm.

Lane and

Both parts

Both parts

Nicholls

Collin Deep, &c., to

Ware „

113.

Of Stransham's land,

1841.

114.

Of land

'.3

Samuel

BotJt parts

in Dearfield

&c., to

Lane

Samuel Ware

Both parts

to Thos. Geeves

Nov.

LANGLEY MAESH. 'STECIALES CABTJE BE TEEEIS IN LANGELEV MARIS: 18 Edw. IT. Easter Term

1.

Fine

for tlie transfer of

Dachet, and INIargery

land at Langley, Upton,

Fulmere by John Germayn

to

Wexham, John and

Laurence

8 Ric. II. 3 April

2.

Grant by John Laurence, of Dorneye, to John Bone5^r, vicar of Burham, and Robt. Thomas, of all his property in Langeley, Wexham, Foulmere, and Ever

9 Ric. II. 2 April

3.

Grant by John Boneyr and Robt. Thomas to John Laurence of all the lands recently acquired from him

9 Ric. II. 29 April

4.

Grant by John Laurence of all his tenements in Langeleye Mareys, Wexham, and Foulmere to Henry Atte Watre, of Evere

9 Ric. II.

6.

Grant of two acres in Langley Marsh by Henry Atte Watre to John Longeforde



6.

Grant by Henry Atte Watere to John and Joan Lane of a messuage and garden in Langele Marreys

10 Ric. II. 14 April

7.

17

June

Grant by Henry Atte Watre to John Squyer of lands in Wexham and Dacchet, near the land of the prior of Southwark

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. 12 Ric. II. 12 Dec.

8.

Grant by Robt. Squyer, of Lee, to John Smart, chaplain of Langelee Mareys, and Wm. Sqiiier, of bis inheritance in Buckinghamshire

5 Hen. IV.

9.

Release by John Smart to Thos. Squyer of his title to the lands granted him by Robt. Squyer

20

May

9 Hen. IV. 9 Oct.

Hen. V.

1

10.

11.

9 July

Hen. V. 20 Sept.

Grant by Thos., son of Robt. Squyer, to Thos. Hale and Wm. I*arker, of all his lands in Langeley Marreys, Wexham, and Fulmere

Grant by Hale and Parker to Wm. Wyot, John Grantham, and others, of the lands formerly belonging to Squier Release by Wyot, Grantham, &c., to Thos. Squyer of their lands in Wexham and Fulmere

1

12.

8 Hen. V. 8 Feb.

13. Praecipe for

Hen. V. 3 Aug,

1

the surrender of two acres in Langley Marsh by Margaret Longford to Katherine, widow of Robert Scot

14.

15.

J,

Release of lands in Wexham and Dachet by Thos. Squiere to Katherine, widow of Robt. Scot Release of Brokehousand Brokecrofte in Langele Marreys by Walter and Joan Pynnore to Katherine and Thos. Scot

HASGEE FOELONG. 1

1

Ric. 11.

16.

15 Nov.

Grant by Henry Atte Watre to John Rounde, of Hascheforloiig?

ill

Fowlmere



17.

Duplicate of the preceding

17 Ric. II. 3 Nov.

18.

Grant by John Rounde, parker of Langele Marreys, to William and Juliana Tame, fishmongers, of his lands in Upton and Foulmere, late belonging to Henry Atte Watre

21 Ric. II.

19.

Grant of Assheforlong by Thos., son of William Thame, to Thomas Melreth, John Tylneye, and John Sandon

6 Sept.

„ 7 Hen. IV.

20.

Power of attorney

21.

Grant of Hacheforlong by Thos.

to deliver seisin JNIelretli

to Nicholas

Wexham

8 Jan. 9 Hen. V.

22. Release of 8 acres of

23. Release of

J,

wood

in

Foulemer by Thes. Melrethe

to

Katherine Scot

20 Aug.

10 acres in 1^'oulemer by Nicholas

Wexham

to

Katherine, widow of Robt. Scot

CANONES LOND. 19 Ric.

II.

12 Jan.

24.

in Langdeye Marreys by William Atte Borne, of Okelev, to Will. Lincoll, Joiia Mogyuhod, and John Lylly, of Dachet

Grant of Canones lond

LANGLEY MARSH.

by Mooyiihocl and Lylly of their estate in Canones

20 Ric. II. 10 May

25. Release

22 Ric.

26. Release

II.

lond to

5 March

Liucoll

by Thos. and Joan Knight, of Okeley, to Wm. Lynand Canones lond

Grant by William Lincoll of Canones lond (20 acres) to Richard and Joan Atte More and Hugli Atte Welle

27.

10 Hen. V. 3 Aug.

28. Release

10 Hen. V. 2 Aug.

29.

Hen. VI. 14 Jan.

Wm.

of their estate in Westfeld

coll,

3 Hen. IV. 5 Oct.

1

89

by Richard and Joan Atte More and Hugh Atte Welle Canonlond

to Katherine Scot, of their estate in

Grant by Catherine Scot of her lands in Langele Marreys, Upton, Wexham, Dachet, and Fulmer to her son Thomas

30. Grant by Thos. Scot, clothier of London, to Robt. Tatersale,

Jolm Newenham, Ric. Skrayth, and

others, of all his lands

in Langele Marreys, &c. 2

Edw. IV. 4 June

31.

Grant by Ric. Skrayth to Thos. Scot, alderman of London, his wife Edith, and Robt. Skreyngthara, of the lands in Langele Marreys acquired from Thos. iScot



32.

Power

of attorney to deliver seisin



33.

Power of attorney

5 Edw. IV. 2 July

34.

Grant by Thos. and Edith Scotte and Robt. Skreyngham, of Brokehouse and Brokecrofte in Langeley Marreys to William and Joan Smyth, of Plummouthe



35.

Duplicate of the preceding

to receive seisin



36.

Power of attorney

16 Edw. IV. 1 July

37.

Indenture between Thos. Scotte and Wm. Smyth for the payment of the rent of tenements in Langley Marys

19 Edw. IV. 24 May

38. Release

ley

to deliver seisin

by Wm. Smyth of his estate in a messuage in LangMarreys to John Scotte

20 Hen. VII. 39. Lease by John Scotte, of Dorney, to John Gladwyn, per21 Aug. petual vicar of Dorney, and Robt. Rede, of all his lands in Langley Marres, &c. 2

Hen. VII. 40. Lease by Gladwyn and Rede to John Goryng, Ric. Fitzwater, and Jas. Michenale, to the use of Ric. Fitzwater, of their 28 Jan. lands in Langley, &c.



41.

Duplicate

3 Hen. VIII. 42. Release by Robt. 29 April the said lands

Rede

to Ric. Fitzwalter of his estate in

8 I Fen. VIII. 43. Grant by Ric. Fitzwater to Thos. 20 May Langley Marres, &c. 8

Hen. VIII. 21

44.

May

9 Hen. VIII. 45.

21 March

Hawkyns

of his lands at

Grant by Thos. Hawkyns to Ric. and Joan Fitzwater and others of the lands granted him by Fitzwater Lease by Ric. Fy tzwater to Robt. Thedome, of Canon's londes in Langley Marres

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

00

10 Hen. VIII. 46. Sale by Ric. Fitzwater to Robt. Honywod of lands in Langley 30 April Marres, Wexliara, &c.

10 Hen. VIII.

47.

Release by Ric. Fytzwater of his estate in the lands of the late John Scot in Langele Marreys, &c., to Robt. Honywod, clerk

48.

Two

19 July

lOHen. VIIL

49.

23 July

copies of a fine for the conveyance of the said estate

Grant by Robt. Honywod to Wm. Broke, Thos. Payne, and others of the lands bought from Fjtzwater

VAEI^ CABT^:

1

2 Ric. II. 6

50.

Grant by Martin de Pleystouwe to Walter de Langelee of a messuage at Pleystouwe in Langelee

51.

Grant by Henry Atte Wattre to John and Joan Lane of land in Gates and Gnekescroft, in Langeley

52.

Grant by John Frensh and Thos. Uphous to \Vm. Langeley of ^ acre of land in Langeley Marsh

53.

Grant by John Wyltshyr, lord of Bradenham, to John Atte Spene, of a tenement in Bradenham held by John Pymlot,

June

9 Hen. IV.

26 June 2 Hen. V. 1

Nov.

'

2 Hen. VI.

nativus meus,' deceased

54. Partition of the lands of

25 Feb.

John Laurence at Langley amongst

his heirs

5 Hen. VI. 18 Aug.

55.

Inquisition held at Maidenhith, concerning the state of the high road at Wexham, by which it appears that Thos. Scot is not bound to make certain repairs

22 Hen. VI. 10 Jan.

56.

Grant by Jolm Erby, of Langeley Mareys, of Colbroke to his son William

29 Hen. VI. 7 Aug.

57.

5 Edw. IV. 18 Oct.

68.

liis

lands in

Release of all actions by Wm. Setheryngton, executor of Geoffrey Robins, of Stoke Verdun, Wilts, to Tlios. Scotte, clotliier of

London

Grant by Ric. and Catharine Savage of a piece of land in

Wycombe

to Thos. Cottobery

59.

Bond

60.

Grant of Wydcroftsmede, in Wycombe, by Ric. Carre, Thos. Broun, and others, to Thos. Cotbury

14 Edw. IV. 29 Sept.

61.

Grant by Ric. Cary, Willm. Brusshewode, and



62.

5

Edw. IV.

of Ric. Savage, of Harnesey, to Thos. Cottobery

20 Oct. 1

2

Edw. IV. 29 June

Robt. Est, of a piece of land at

Grant by the same

to the

otliers

to

Wycombe

same of Wydcrof mede,

in

Wy-

combe Power of attorney of Ric. Andrew to receive seisin of tonements in East and West Wycombe from Thos. Gotbury

17 Edw. IV. 17 April

63.

19 Edw. IV. 15 April

64. Letters of attorney

by Ric. and Agnes Reve to deliver John Robyns

of a tenement in Dedeworth tj

seisin

LANG LET MARSH. 19 Edw. IV. 16 May Eic. III.

1

65.

Grant by Robt. Este to Jolm Ilawkyns, John More, John Play ford, and others, of Wydcroftmede

66.

Grant by William Erby, of Langiey Marreys, to John Scot, of a messuage at Pleystouwe

3 INIay

2 Hen. VII. 15 Oct.

67.

Hen. VII. 30 July

1

91

68.

Release by Wm. Erby to John Scotte of a messuage near Playstowe

20cl.

of rent from

Eliz. Rypon and John Rekis of a messuage in Clewar, called Milleborns, to John and Anne

Grant by Charles and

Downrych son and heir of Wm. Fytzwater, from Richard Fytzwater of the bequest of John Scott, of Dorney, part of the reversion of lands in Langiey, Wexham, Upton, Dachett, and Fullmer

21 Hen. VII. 69. Receipt by Robt., 11 July

10 Hen. VIII. 70. Release by Thos. Benet and Wm. Bound of their estate in the lands sold to them and Honywod in Clewar by Ant. 4 May

Dunrige 10 Hen. VIII. 1

6

71.

March

Lease of lands in Langiey Marres, Wexham, Dachett, and Fulmer, by Dr. Robt. Honey wood to All Souls' College, for 99 years, for the support of a priest to celebrate service for Honeywood's welfare

by Thos. Bennet to Robt. Honywod of lands in Clewar bought of Antony Dunrigge

10 Hen. VIII.

72. Sale

April

1

73. Release of the



to Robt.

14 Hen. VIII. IG Sept.

74.

32 Hen. VIII.

75.

1

Wm. Bound

Grant by Robt. Honywood, canon of Windsor, of three tenements in Clewer, 'Milburns,' ' Bakers,' and Getfreyes,' to Wm. Broke, Roger Lupton, Will. Wyneard, and others '

Bond

June

1

same lauds by Thos. Bennet and

Honywod

of

John and William

Style, of

Langiey Marres, to All

Souls' College 76.

Warrant

77.

Rental of land in Langiey Marreys, the property of John, son and heir of Matthew Laurence

604.

for the survey of the king's manors of Datchet, Datchet St. Elyns, Ditton, Wiardesburye, and Langiey Copy

20 Feb. 7 Ric. II. 5 Jan.

[Hen. VIII.] 78.

A

rental of Langiey Marres John, Thos., and Rob. Hawkyn, Robt. Calvet

LEASES. 29 Hen. VIII.

1.

March

6

Lease by All Souls' College to Thos. Balburrowe, of Chepinge Wyckham, of lands in the parishes of Langiey Marsh, Wexham, Upton, Dachett, and Fowlmor, in Buckinghamshire

1

& 2 P. & M. 1

Oct.

2.

Of lands

at

Langiey Marsh to Mr. Roger Eliot,

of the College

late fellow

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

92 2

&

3 P.

& M.

3.

Lease of lands at Langiey Marsh to Eoger Elyott

4.

Of lands

28 Oct. Eliz.

7

16 Nov.

24

Eliz.

at

Langiey Marsh to John Nashe, butler of the

College

Langieye Marryshe to John Smithe, of Chelsfield

5.

Of lands

6.

Of lands

in

Langiey Marishe

7.

Of lands

in

Langiey Marsh to Thos. Duckett, of Stoke

8,

Of lands in Langiey Marsh, ley Marsh

9.

Bond

in

6 Sept.

30

Eliz.

to Tbos. Duckett, of

Stoke

9 Nov. 2 Jac.

I.

6 Oct.

14 Jac. I. 16 Oct. 14 Jac. L 2 Nov. 1

Car. I. 6 Dec.

1778. 13 Oct.

of

John Newton

&c., to

John Newton, of Lang-

to All Souls' College to let the above-

mentioned lands to Thos. Duckett, son of Elizabeth, wife of John Newton 10.

Lease of lands in Langiey Marsh, Wexham, Upton, Dochett, and Fulmer, to James Chapman Bond enclosed

11.

Of Hath Furlong and

Bendall's, in the parish of Fulmore,

to the Rev. Thos. Slatter, of

Keynsam, and JMary and

Elizabeth Slatter, both of Windsor Castle



12.

ping 1784.

13.

Both parts

Of lands in Langiey Marsh, Waxham, Upton, Dotchet, Wickham, and Fulmore, and Woodcroft, and a meadow in Chip-

Wickham

Of lands

in

to Thos., Elizabeth,

and Mary Slatter Both parts

Langiey Marsh, &c., for 20 years, to Rev. Thos. Keynsham, Eliz. Slatter, and Mary Slatter, both

Slatter, of

24 Oct.

of Windsor Castle, spinsters Of Hath Furlong and Bendall's, in Fulmore, to Rev. Tbos. Slatter, of Keynsham, and Elizabeth and Mary Slatter, of Windsor Castle

1785. 24 Oct.

14.

1792.

15.

Of lands in Langiey Marsh, Waxham, Upton, Dochett, Wickham, and Fulmore, to Mary Slatter, of Windsor Castle, and James Slatter, of the Tower Both paints



16.

1799. 12 Oct.

17.

Of Hath Furlong and Bendalls Of the same to the same

20 Oct.

„ 1

806.

to

Mary and James

Of land in Langiey Marsh, &c., to the same License Of Hath Furlong, &c., to Mary and James Slatter

to let

19.

With license

to let

20.

Of land

21.

License to James Slatter to

18.

3 Nov.

„ 1

827.

3 Nov.

Slatter

Both parts

in

Langiey Marsh, &c., let

to the

same

Hath Furlong and Bendalls

LE MILBURT, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY.

93

LE MILBUEY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBUEY. LE MILLBUBY. 1.

of

5

Edw. 7

I.

by Willliam, son of Hamon, to Simon de Achingham, Padbury mill with meadow, pond, and appurtenances

Grrant

2.

Grant by Jordan de Hastinges, of Stoke Hamunde, of a rent of 2 capons to James and Qaliana Koc.

3.

Grant by Nicholas

Nov.

Padbiri, to 4.

le Bretun, of a messuage and James and Galiana Koc, of Padbiri

6 acres at

Grant by Jas. Koc, of Padeburi, to Sir Wm. de Echingham, of a messuage and 6 acres, called Collelond,' at Padeburi '

5.

License to John de Wolverton to grant the manor of Padebury, which is held in chief of the crown, to his son John and Joan PeccheGreat seal

6 Edw. II. 28 Jan.

6.

Grant of the manor of Padebury by Sir John de Wolverton to his son John, and Joan, daughter of Bartholomew Pecche



7.

Indenture between Sir John de Wolverton and Bartholomew Pecche to the same effect

8.

Grant of the manor of Padbury by Duraunt, to Wm. Walton

9.

Grant by Sir

6

Edw.

[II.]

21 Jan.

49 Edw.

III.

26 March

49 Edw. III. 4 April

Bucks, to

Alice,

Wm. Echinghame of the manor Wm. Mulsoo, Robt. Echynghame,

Ralph Black, rector of Ywherst, John of Maghefeld, and Walter Atte More 49 Edw.

III.

10.

widow of Richard

Power of attorney

of Paddeburi, Robt. de Ore, Wyttlyve {sic), vicar

to deliver seisin

6 April

49 Edw. III. 1 5 Aug.

11.

Grant by Wm. Mulsoo, Robert Echyngham, Robert Ore, Ralph Black, John Wycclyve, and Walter Atemore, of a rent of 10 marks from the manor of Padebury to Roger

Asshbournham 51 Edw. III. 12. Lease by Alice, widow of Ric. Duraunt, of a cottage and land at Padebury to John Colles 26 April 1

Ric. II.

13.

Power of attorney by Robert de Echyngham, Robert de Ore, Ralph Blake, John Wycclive, and Walter Attemore to deliver the manor of Paddebury to Robert Lyndeseye, Gilbert Maghefelde, John Chiverele, and John Sergeant

14.

Grant of the manor of Paddeburi by Robt. de Echyngham, Robt. de Ore, Ralph Blake, Jolm Wycclyve, and Walter Atte More, to Robt. Lyndeseye, Gilbert Mafeld, John Cheverel, and John Sergeant, of Essex

20 Aug.

1

Ric. II.

29 Aug.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

94

1

Eic. II.

15.

Eelease of the manor of Paddebury by William de Ecbingham to Kobt. Lyndeseye, &c.

16.

Eelease of Paddebmy by Eobt. Echyngham, Eobt. de Ore, Ealph Blake, John Wycclyve, and Walter Atte More, to Eobt. Lindeseye, &c. Similar release by John

7 Sept. Eic. II.

1

10 Sept.

1

Eic. II.

17.

1

Eic. II.

18.

20 Sept. 1 Eic. II.

Grant by Eobt. Lyndeseye, John Cheverel, and Gilbert Maufeld, of London, of the manor of Padbury to John Hawkwode, senior, John Sergeaunt, of Hethingham, Essex, Eobt. Payn and John Cavendissh

20.

Power

of attorney to deliver seisin

Grant of a piece of land called Nerbury, near Le Mellebury, by Alice, widow of Eic. Duraunt, of Bourton, to John Haukwode, sen., Thos. Ewe, and John Sergeant

2 Eic. II. 18 April.

21.

2 Eic.

22. Eelease

9

II.

May

10 Eic.

II.

„ 9

Hen. IV. 30 Sept.

of

Nerbury by Thos., son of Alice Duraunt,

23.

Grant by John Haukwod and John Sergaunt, of Hengham Sibill, of the manor of Padbury to John Palmere, of Gosfeld, and John Waryu, chaplain

24.

Power

25.

Grant of the manor of Padbery by John Palmer and John W^aryn to John de Haukwode, Eobt. Eykedon, John Serjeaunt, John Sampson, Eobt. Lyndeseye, Henry Huwe, and Eoger Somenouor

26.

Power

of attorney to deliver seisin

of attorney to deliver seisin

by John, son and heir of Sir John Haukewode, of two parts and the reversion of the third part of the manor of Padbury to John Barton, jun.

27. Lease

Paddebury by John Haukewode to John Barton

10 Hen. IV. 15 Feb.

28. Eelease of

10 Hen. IV.

29. Lease of the third part of the

9

to

Hawkwode, &c.

9 Sept.

„ 10 Eic. II. 19 Sept.

John Sergeaunt of 3

19.

28 Nov.



Echyngham

Sale by Sir Wm. de Echyngham to tassa of pease standing in Padbury

Elysabeth, widow of Barton, jun.

March

Sir

manor of Paddebury by Echynghame, to John

Wm.

10 Hen. IV. 30. Eelease of the manor of Paddebury by John, son of Sir John Haukwode, and Eobt. Eykedon, to John Barton, jun. 21 July

„ 10 Hen. IV.

by Eobt. Eykedon and John Sampson Barton, jun., of the manor of Paddebury

31. Eelease

to

John

Henry Howe, and John Sampson

32.

Similar release by Eykedon,

33.

Grant by John Barton of the manor of Paddebury called

12 Sept. 13 Hen. IV. 2 July

Millebury to Sir Thos. Wykham, Sir Wm. Bysshoppeston, Thos. and John Wylcotes, John Barton, senior, and John Gyffard

LE MILBURY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY.

95

34.

Grant of Padbury by Sir Thos. Wykliam, &c., to John Barton, jun., and Isabella his wife



35.

16 Hen. VI. 30 Sept.

36.

Power of attorney to deliver seisin Eelease of the manor of Paddebury called le Millebery,' by Sir Thos. Wykeham and John Bysshopeston, to Isabella, late wife of John Barton

16 Hen. VI. 12 Nov.

37.

2 Hen. V.

4 July

'

Grant by Isabella Barton to Richard Forstere, of Bristoll, John Forstere, and Geoffrey Gryffyth, of Bristol, of the manor of Padbury called le Millebury *

38.

„ 18 Hen. VI.

his

Oct.

1

Power of attorney

18 Hen. VI. 26 Nov.

Le Milbury by Richard and John Forster to John Birkhede, Robert Danvers, and John Bolde

40. Grant of

41.



to deliver seisin

by Geoffrey Griffeth, of Bristoll, to Ric. Forster, of estate in the manor of Padbury Seal of the mayoralty of Bristol

39. Release

Power of attorney to deliver

seisin

18 Hen. VI. Dec. 1 18 Hen. VI. 12 Dec.

42.

Power of attorney

43.

Grant of a rent of 28 marks from Milbury, by Byrkhede, Danvers, and Bolde, to Isabella, widow of John Barton

18 Hen. VI. 6 July

44. Indenture

28 Hen. VI. 30 Sept.

45. Receipt

to receive seisin

between Isabella Barton and Birkhede, &c., con-

cerning the payment of the rent

by Sir Robert and Isabella Shottesbroke from All due to her from Padbury

Souls' College of the annuity

32 Hen. VI. 46. Receipt by Sir Robert Schottesbroke from Wm. Kele, warden of All Souls' College, of an annuity of Al. 1 3s. 4(i. 4 May from the manor of Padbury

33 Hen. VI. 10 March

47.

Receipt by Sir-Robert Schotesbroke from All Souls' College of the annuity granted to his wife Isabella

KEMBELL'S LANDS. 48.

Grant of land at Padebury by John, son of Robert of Leckhamstead, to Nicholas, his son

49.

Grant

of

Nicholas

land le

at

le

Bretun,

Padebury by Ralph de Padebury

to

Bruton

50. Grant of a croft at

Padebury by

Wm.

Pacy

to Nicholas le

Breton, and Nicholaa his wife.

Edw.

9

II.

51.

Grant of half a virgate of land at Padebury by Agnes de

52.

Grant of 6 acres at Padebury by John Ostage, parson of Addestok

Solario to

8 Oct.

Edw. II. 20 March

9

1

.

Edw.

20 Oct.

II.

Wm.

53. Release of the

Bretun, to

le

Lacy, of Buckingham le

Bretoun

to

Wm.

same land by Nicholaa, daughter of John

Wm.

Ostage

le

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

96

1

Edw.

II.

Wm.

54.

Grant of the same land by

55.

Grant of a mes?Tiag-e and land to Wra. de Kenebelle

Ostage to

Wm. de Kynebelle

18 March 13 Edw. II. 4 jNIay

56. Sale



in

Padeburyby Henry Bretoun

by Henry Bretoun to Wm. de Kenebelle of his goods messuage at Padbury, and a virgate of land, for 100

in a

shillings

13 Edw. 11

II.

Grant of a messuage and land at Padbury by belle to Henry le Bretoun

58.

Grant of land at Patebiri by Allan, son of Hamon, son of Meinfel, to Walter the Miller

59.

Grant of the moiety of a messuage in Padebury by Lora, daughter of Richard the Miller, to Wm. de Kynebelle

May

14 Edw. II. 1 Feb.

de Kene-

60. Grant of the moiety of a messuage at Padebury by Wm. and Dyonisia Attehay, of Buckingham, to Wm. de Kynebelle



Grant of the land mentioned in No. 51, by Wm., son of le Lacy, to Wm. de Kynebelle

14 Edw. II. 30 June

61.

16 Edw.

62. Lease of a virgate of land at

II.

Wm.

6 Oct.

16 Edw.

II.

Edw.

II.

Wm.

same land by John Lynet to

64.

de Kyne-

Adam 65.

Wm. de Kynebelle of all his lands in Padebury to Skyret, of Buckingham, chaplain

Grant by

Grant of the same land by de Kynebelle

Adam

22 Edw. III. 66. Grant of land at Padbury by 25 April and Isabella Tomelyn 30 Edw. III. 27 March

Padebury by John Lynet to

belle

29 Sept. 17 Edw. II. 19 Jan.

Wm.

de Kynebelle

63. Release of the

2 April 1

Wm.

57.

67. Lease

by

Wm.

Skyret to

Wm.

Wm.

and Edith

de Kynebelle to

Hugh

and Ethid de Kynebelle of 2 messuages and

land at Padbury to Robert

le Brasiere

31 Edw. III. 68. Lease of the manor of Padbury by Ethid, widow of Kynebelle, to Roger, her son, parson of Horton 5 Feb.

Wm.

de

35 Edw. III. 69. Grant by Roger de Kynebelle of all his lands in Padebury 10 Aug. to John Hugges, Walter de Swalcleve, and John Skyret 37 Edw. 1

III.

by John Skyret, parson of Horwod Magna, John Hugges, vicar of Padebury, and Walter de Swalclive, of the same lands to Agnes, daughter of the late Joan de Morton

70. Grant

Oct.

71.



49 Edw.

III.

72.

8 Oct.

Two

counterparts of the same

Grant by

Alice, daughter and heir of Richard Kynebelle, of all her lands in Padebiny to John Skyret, and Roger Skyret, his father, and Letitia his wife

49 Edw. III. 8 Nov.

73. Release

50 Edw.

74.

III.

3 Feb.

of lands in Letitia Skyret

Padebury by John

Skyi-ct to

Roger and

Release of lands in Padebury by Agnes INIorton to Roger

and Letitia Skyret

LE MILBURY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY. 50 Edw. III. 15 June

75. Release

97

by Katherine, daughter and heir of Rosia, wife of in Padebm-y to Roger and Letitia

John Bars, of her lands Skyret

Ric. II.

1

76.

July

1

2 Ric. IT.

Grant by Roger and Letitia Skyret of all their lands in Paddebury to John Hawkwod, sen., Thos. Tuwe, John Sergeant, Robert Payne, and John Cavendissh the same by Sergeaunt, and Payne

77. Release of

8 Sept. 78.

Cavendish to Hawkwod, Tuwe,

Notes concerning Kynbelle's lands in Padbuiy

'GABT^ BE OVEBBUBY: 33 Edw. III. 79. Release of a foui-th part of the manors of Padebury and Chalfhonte St. Giles by Costancia, daughter of Sir John 29 March de Wolferton, to Sir Hugh Wake, of Clifton 33 Edw. III. 80. Grant of the same 30 March 81.

Pardon to Hugh Wake for acquiring the 4th part of Padbury and Chalfhunt St. Giles from Constantia de Wolverton

III. 82.

Grant of three parts of the manor of Paddebury by John, son and heir of Sir Hugh Wake, to John, son of Richard de Olneye, and John Frethorn, chaplain

34 Edw. III. 18 May

without licence

44 Edw.

31 July

45 Edw. III. 83. Pardon for the conveyance of part of the manor of Padde29 April buiy by John Wake to John Frethorn and John Fitzrechard of Olneye Great seal 49 Edw. III. 84. Release by

Adam Basyng

of his estate in Sir John WolverPaddebury, to John Fiz Richard de Olneye and John Frethorn ton's lands in

11 Jan.

51 Edw. III. 85. Grant by John Wake, of Clifton, and Adam Basynges, of part 12 June of the manor of Paddebury to John Frethorn, chaplain, and Thos. Coupere, vicar of Paddebury 51 Edw. III. 86. Power of attorney to deliver seisin 17 June 51 Edw. III. 87. Release of the manor of Paddebury by 28 June to Fitz Richard and Frethorn Ric. II.

1

88. Similar release to Fitz

Wake and

Basynges

Richard

18 June

John Frethorn to grant the manor of Overeber}^ Paddebury, to Walter and Margaret Fitz Richard, of Olneye Great seal

20 Ric. II. 12 June

89. License to

20 Ric.

90. Grant by

1

II.

in



John Frethorn, rector of Petsho, of the manor of

Overebury to Walter and Margaret Fitz Ricliard

.lune 91.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

H

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

98

12 Hen. [IV.] 92. License to Walter Fitz Richard, of Olneye, to grant the manor of Overbery to John Olneye, of Weston, and Roger 23 Oct. Flore, of Okeham Great seal

Hen. IV. 12 Nov.

93.

Grant by Walter Fitz Richard, of the manor of Overbery Olney and Flore

12 Hen. IV.

94.

Grant by John Olneye and Roger Flore, to Walter and Margery Fitz Richard, of the manor of Overbury

95.

Power

1

2

24 Sept. „ 17 Hen. VI. 23 Sept.

24 Hen. [VI.]

of attorney to deliver seisin

The Overbury by Isabella, widow of John Whitdaughter and heir of John Fitz Richard, jun., and Walter her son, to Walter and Margery Fitz Richard

96. Release of

'

'

hill,

Walter and Margery Fitz Richard to grant The Overbury' to John Basyngges, Joan his wife, John Ayleward, John Laweney, and John Basyngges, jun. Great seal

97. License to

21 Nov.

24 Hen. VI. 28 Feb.

to

98.

Grant of

'

'

The Overbury

'

by

W. and M.

Fitz Richard to

Basyngges, &c.

99. Counterpart of the above „ 24 Hen. VI. 100. Receipt by Walter Fitz Richard from John Basyngges of rent for Le Overbury 10 April 25 Hen. VI. 101. Similar receipt 7 Dec. 25 Hen. VI. 102. Similar receipt 22 June 26 Hen. VI. 103. Similar receipt 20 Dec.

26 Hen. VI. 104. Similar receipt 22 June 27 Hen. VI. 105. Similar receipt 16 Dec. 27 Hen. VI. 106. Similar receipt 23 June

28 Hen. VI. 107. Similar receipt 20 Dec. 32 Hen. VI. 108. License to John Basyngges, John Ayleward, John Lawney, and John Basyngges, jun., to alienate ' The Overbury to Thos. 1 Sept. Billyng, Wm. Baroune, Ric. Pynkard, John Scotte, jun., and John Miller Great seal '

32 Hen. VI. 109. Power of attorney by John Basyng, Ayleward, &c., to deliver the manor of Overbury to Thos. Billyng, Wm. Baron, &c. 10 Sept. 32 Hen. VI. 110. Grant by John Basyngges, &c., license of 1 Sept. 22 Sept.



111.

Power of attorney to deliver

seisin

32 Hen. VI.

112.

Power of attorney to receive

seisin

113.

Release of

in accordance with

the

15 Oct.

1453. 13 Nov.

'

Le Overbury' by John Basynges,

sen., to his son

LE MILBURY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY.

99

Indenture between John Basyng, of Holcote, and Wm. Kele, warden of All Souls' College, about the sale of his lands in

32 Hen. VI. 4 Yeh.

114.

32 Hen. VI. 4 June

115.

32 Hen. VI.

116.

Grant of ' The Overbury by John Basynges

117.

Duplicate of the above

118.

Release of Overbury by to Wm. Kele, &c.

Padbury License to John Basynges to grant ' The Overbury to Wm. Kele, Thos. Wyuterbourne, Thos. Leomystre, and John Great seal Dryel '

'

to

Wm.

Kele, &c.

6 June

„ 33 Hen. VI. 16 April

35 Hen. VI. 3 Yeh.

119.

Fine

for the

Wm.

conveyance of

'

West, cousin of John Basynge,

The Overbury

'

to Kele, &c.

Two

copies

13 Hen. VII. 120. Release of Overbury by Thos., son of John Basyng, to Thos. Hobby s, warden of All Souls' 28 Oct.

'BAKERS ET MANEBIUM PEBQUI8ITUM DE TEOMA EAUBIS: »

32 Hen. VI. 21 Dec.

121,

Grant by John Basynge of 7 acres in Padbury to John Baker le Smyth

14 Edw. IV. 122. Grant by Joan, widow of Wm. Baker, to her son Thos. of a -tenement and land near the rectory of Padbury 20 Nov. 14 Edw. IV. 123. Release of the same tenement 7 Jan. 1

Ric. III.

124.

20 June 1

Grant by John and Elizabeth Baker of a messuage and land at Padbury to Thos. Baker

3 Hen. VII. 125. Grant by Thos. Baker to John and Alice Baker of a messuage 10 Feb. at Padbury

15 Hen. VII. 126. Grant of the same messuage by Thos. and Alice Baker to 10 March Thos. and Rose Baker 1

Hen.VIII. 127. Grant of the same messuage by John, son and heir of Jolni 4 Aug. Baker, to Thos. Nycollys and Thos. Walcott

16 Hen.VIII. 128. Grant of the same messuage by Thos. Nycols and Thos. Wal20 May cott to John and Alice Bratforde



129.



130.

24 Hen.VIII. 1

INIay

131.

Deed of

sale

between the same parties

Counterpart of the above

Bond

of Thos. and John Bratford, of Nasshe, Bucks, to convey their lands in Padbury to All Souls' College

24 Hen.VIII. 132. Grant by Alice Bratforde to Robert Wodeward, John Warner, and Richard Lyell, of the same messuage 25 June

24 Hen.VIII. 133. Release of the same messuage by Thos. and John, sons of 28 June Jolm and Alice Bratford H

2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

100

12 Edw.

II.

134.

20 Jan.

Fine by which John and Elizabeth Cok acknowledge the right of John Wakefield to a messuage and lands at Padebury

17 Edw. II. 135. Indenture between John, son of Ralph Koc, and John, son of Sir John de Wolvertone, settling their claims to the 8 Sept. wardship of John, son and heir of Eobert, son of Heniy Athetounesende, of Padebury 136. Eelease

Edw.

9

by James Cok of a rent of 4

shillings

from Ealph Cok

137.

Grant by Peter, son of Ralph Cock, of 2 messuages and land in Padebury, with Walter Holasho and John Page, who hold them in villenage, to Henry Breton and Richard de Sodelowe

138.

Grant by Peter Cock to Richard de la Ville, Thos. and Roesia Leycestre, and Eliz. her sister, of 2 messuages and land at Padebury, with John Holasho and Hugh le Gynour, who

III. 139.

Grant by Peter Cok of his father's messuage in Padebury, with the land held by the above-mentioned villeins, to John de Walton, T. and R. de Leycestre, and Eliz. her sister, Ric. de Sodelowe, and Richard de la Ville

III.

9 July



hold them in villenage

Edw.

9

12 July

Edw.

9

III. 140.

19 July

Grant by Ralph Cok of a messuage, land, and rent in Padebury to John de Walton, Tlios. and Roesia de Leycestre, and Elizabeth, sister of Roesia

9 Edw. III. 141. Release by Peter Cock of his father's messuage in Padebury to Roesia and Elizabeth de Leycestre 27 July 9

Edw.

III.

142.

29 Sept.

Grant by Thos. and Roesia de Leycestre to Elizabeth her sister, of the portion of Roesia in the lands of Ralph Cock, her father, in Padebury

10 Edw. III. 143. Release by Thos. and Roesia de Leycestre to Elizabeth her sister of the lands which the latter holds in Padbury 1 9 May

Edw.

1

III. 144.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin

5 Aug.

10 Edw.

III. 145.

Edw.

1

Fine for the conveyance of land in Padebury by Thos. and Roesia Leycestre to Elizabeth her sister

Oct. III. 146.

31 Aug.

Grant by Elizabeth, daughter of Ralph Cock, of in Padebury to Robert Hawys, chaplain

Tivo copies all lier

lands

12 Edw. III. 147. Fine for the conveyance of the same land by Robert Hawys to John and Elizabeth de Walton Two copies 12 April

39 Edw. III. 148. Release by Elizabeth, wife of John Cok, to Richard and Alice Durrant of her estate in the lands held by them in 19 April

Padebury 2 Ric. 11. 18 April

149.

Grant by John Haukwode, sen., Thos. Tewe, and John Sergeant of 12 acres in Padebury, in exchange, to Alice, widow of Richard Duraunt, of Bowerton

Wm. Savage, heir of Thos. Duraunt, to Thos. M(u-e and Alice his wife, widow of Thos. Duraunt, of his title to land in Padebury

16 Hen. VI. 150. Release by 7

March

LE MILBURY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY.

101

Release of a rent from land in Padbury by John Lawney, John Basynge, sen., and John Basynge, jun., to Thos. and Alice More 31 Hen. VI. 152. Grant by John Lawney, John Basynge, sen., and John Basynge, jnn., of a messuage and land at Padbury to GJune Thos. and Alice More 31 Hen. VI. () Feb.

151.

„ 32 Hen. VI.

153. 154.

5 Dec.

Power of attorney to deliver seisin Grant by John Basyng, jun., of Le Holme, Thos. and Alice More

Padbury, to

in

32 Hen. VI. 155. Release of the same 6 Dec. 32 Hen. VI. 156. Release by John Basyngges, jun., of a messuage and land at Padbury to Thos. and Alice More 10 July

Edw. IV.

11

157.

30 April

Grant by Wm., son of John Carter, of 5 acres in Padbury to Ric.

More

for the conveyance of the manor of Padbury by Ferdinando Pultun to Thos. and Kath. Harrys

5 Eliz. 6 May

158.

Fine

5 Eliz.

159.

Padberie. ' Copy of a fine of Thos. Harris his landes in Padberie, late Moore's

5 Eliz. 11 May

160. Sale

5 Eliz.

161.

Bond

162.

Grant of Padebiu-y to Harrys

J

7

of the manor of Padbury by Ferdinando Pulton, Desborowe, to Thos. and Katharine Harrys

of

of F. Pulton to perform the above

June

5 Eliz.

18 June 6 Eliz.

15

163. Exemplification of a recovery suffered for the

same purpose

May

7 Eliz.

of proceedings in the Court of Exchequer between Ferdinand Pultun and Thos. and Katharine Harrys

164. Exemplification

11 Feb.

concerning the manor of Padbury

29

Eliz.

165.

33 1

Eliz.

Wm.

Peirson, of Addyngton, of land in Paddebury

by Thos. Harrys, of Padbury, to John Harris, grocer of London, of messuages and land in Padbury

166. Lease

Oct.

33 Eliz. 10 Oct.

Grant by

to Thos. Harrys

2 July

by Thos. Harrys Padbury

167. Sale

'

to All Souls' College of the

manor of

DEMISSIONES ET VABIJE CART^:

168.

Grant by William, son of Hamon, of land acquired from

169.

Grant by Ralph de

Alan, son of Robert, to Gilbert de Thorentonia, clerk Gilebert

Padeburi

de

Shaldeston, vicar of Thorneberge, to of a messuage and land in

Thoreuton,

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

102

by Alan, son of Robert, to Gilbert de Torentun, of lands held of him by John le Bretvin, William Wildelw, and the heirs of Goman and Wm. Duy

170. Grant

the

171.

Wm. Wildelow of the homage and service of Bretun and Stephen the Miller to Gilbert de Thorenton

Release by

John

le

by Isabella, daughter of William Dmi, to G. de Thorenton of the third of a virgate of land in Padebiri

172. Release

173.

174.

Grant by Isabel, d. of Wm. Dun, to Hugh the Hunter, of Hudesdon, and Beatrix his wife, of a messuage in Padbury

Grant by Gilbert de Thorenton to Thos.

le

Freman, of 3

roods of land in Padebiri 175.

Grant by William Pacy to Ralph, son of Gilebert de Torneton, of part of a messuage and croft in Padeburi

176.

Grant by James de Thoreutone, of a messuage called Le Bympey, in Padibyri, to Wm. de Nortone

177.

Gi"ant

by William de Nortone to Jas. de Thorenton, of 3 messuages and land at Padbyri, and a field called '

Wydeuhale

178.

Grant by James de Thorneton to Alice, d. of Ralph Kynge, of Stepel Cleydon, of a messuage and croft in Padbury

179.

Grant by Alice Kynge, of Stepel Cleydon, to her daughter Isabel, of a messuage and croft in Padbury

180.

Grant by Isabella, widow of Simon Oke, of Paddebiiry, of half an acre in Le Dene in Addestok, to Richard Eyr, her brother, and Isabel his wife

Grant by Thos. Stanford of freedom to Thos., son of Robert of Padebury, for a rent of twopence a year 182. Grant by Wm. Pacy, of a messuage in Padbury to his son 181.

Eustace

26 FAw. I. 30 March

183.

Grant by Nicholaa, widow of Nicholas le Breton, to Henry her son, of a garden in Padebiuy bought from Wm. Pacy

3 Pxlw.

184.

Grant by Eustace Pacy to Juliana ment in Padebury

II.

10 June 6 Kdw. ir.

Edw. XL

daughter of a tene-

by Sarra, widow of Gilbert Chichele, of Thorn burg, Agnes her daughter, of half a virgate of land in Padebury

185. Release

25 Feb. 9

his

to

186.

Grant by John Koc, of 4 acres at Padbury to Hugh, son of

187.

Grant by Matilda, d. of Haraon Hasteng, of Wlfreton, of a messuage in Padbury to Richard, son of Thos. son of Edyt of Padebury

188.

Grant by John, son of Jolm, son of Alan of Wlverthon, to Ricliard, son of Tlios. son of Edith of Padeburi, and Agues his wife, of 3 acres in Padeburi

Thos.

10 Jiuie

le

Freeman

LE MILBURY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY. 16 Edw.

II.

Edw.

6

II.

March

2

III.

by Hugh, son of Thos. Edit, of Padebury, of liis same land to Jolm, son of his brother Richard

189. Release

estate in the

30 June 18 Edw.

103

190. Grant of land at Padbury by John, son of Ralph Koc, to Hugh and Alice Thomelin 191.

21 July

Grrant by Eliz., d. of Ralph Cock, of lands in Padebury, granted to her by Walter de Sydeneham, to John de

Walton, Wm. de Osberston, Richard de Dalton, and John de Tervyn 9 Edw. III.

by John de Bedeforde of tenements in Denham, Bucks, late held by Maurice Drauserd

192. Release

12 March

22 Edw. III. 193. Grant by John and Elizabeth de Walton of 2 messuages and land in Padebury to John and Agnes Aumfrey 24 April

46 Edw. III. 194. Grant by Hugh and Agnes Deye to John Mede in Padebury 24 June

INIartyn, of

'

Lytle

'

46 Edw. III. 195. Indenture between the parties mentioned in the preceding concerning the tenure of ' Lytelmede 4 July 50 Edw. 7

III. 196. Release

May

6 Ric. II.

by Thos. Couele

goods of 197.

26 June

Wm.

to

Roger Wyat of all claims on the

Barz

Grant by John Martyn,

late rector of Lyllyngston Dayrell, of the reversion of a messuage and land in Padbery to Thos. Scheperde

14 Hen. IV. 198. Grant by John West and John Grentham to Thos. and Alice P'reman, of lands in Paddebury previously acquired from 1 6 Jan.

them 4 Hen. V. 8 April

Grant by Richard Padworth, of Woketon, of all his lands in Padbery to Alan Sutton and John Partrych, chaplains

29 Oct.

200. Indenture specifying the conditions of a grant of land at Boxford, by John Westwode and John Howat, to Robert Clopton, Thos. Martell, and John Turk

Hen. VI. 8 Nov.

201. Fine for the conveyance of land at Alice Somnour to John, Margaret,

9 Hen. V.

1

199.

1

Padbury by Thos. and and Robert Horwod

Two 6 Hen. VI.

12

May

copies

202. Power of attorney by Robert Horewod, John Kyngeswode, and

Wm. Wilkyns to receive seisin of lands in Borton and Padbury from John and Margaret Horwod

17 Hen. VI. 203. Grant by Robert Horwod, John Kyngeswode, and Wm. Wylkyns, to John and Isabel Horwod of lands in Padbury 20 Sept.

and Burton „

204. Power of attorney to deliver seisin

Tivo copies

Wm. Stretele, John Prentys, Ric. Parker, and Thos. Prentys, of lands in Padebury to Thos. and Alice

26 Hen. VI. 205. Grant by 8 Jan.

More 23 Hen. VII. 206. Lease by John Sonell to 27 Sept. with land in Rowslade

Wm.

Cockeman

of

Padbury Mill,

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

1U4

23 Hen. VIII. 207. Bond of Ric. Andrews, 21

of Yernton, to surrender to All Souls' College his right to a tenement called 'Collyer's House,' lying in the prebend end of Buckingham at the west end of the church

May

208. Receipt by Ric. Andrews of 30^. from All Souls' College, in full payment of lOOl. for Collyer's House and a coppice



24 Hen.VIII. 209. Receipt by John [Longland] bp. of Lincoln, of 1

Souls' College for a fine of

2 Sept.

4 Edw. VI.

36 Eliz. 1

by George Annesley, of Tickforde, of a cottage and in Padbury, parcel of the possessions of the late monastery of Myssenden, and a tenement and land late belonging to the guild of the Holy Trinity, Buckingham, to William and Amy Peerson, of Addington

211. Sale

lands

Deed concerning the same

sale

213. Indenture for the sale of tenements

by William Pierson, of

Padbury, to William Parker, of Bodicott, clerk With Fierson^s bond

5 Oct.

214. Indenture



from All

Thomas and James Gredge, of Cheddington, Bucks, to George Annesley, of Newport Pagnall, of a meadow called Le Holme in Newport Pagnall and 19 acres in Tyckford, Portfield, and Caldecott, late belonging to the chantry of Newport Pagnall Copy

212.



Si.

Collars

210. Sale by

8 P'eb.

26 Eliz. 10 April

'

between William Pierson, of Padbury, and William

Parker, of Bodicott, clerk, for the transfer by the former of property bought from Geo. Annesley to Richard Ward and

Matthew Wyse 36 Eliz. 18 Oct. 37 Eliz.

215.

Grant of the above by William Pierson to Ward and Wyse

216.

Fine for the conveyance of 2 messuages and land at Padbury by Wm. and Anne Pierson to Richard Warde and

6 Oct.

Matthew Wise 40 Eliz. 30 Oct. 1602.

217. Sale

by Bartholomew Clark of a cottage in Padbury to

Francis Stodder 218.

Agreement between

[All Souls' College]

[Padbury] concerning 1

Jac. I. 6 June

219. Sale in

common

rights

and their tenants at Mutilated

by Frauncis Studder, of Padbury, of his tenement &c. Padbury to Bartholomew Lee for the sum of SQL

Two

deeds

8 Jac. I. 10 Jan.

220. Sale by Thos. Harrys, senior, to Bartholomew George, alias Hobbes, of a rood of land in Padbvu-ye Endd. ' Padberie. Colledg land sold by Harris to George.'

y Jac.

221. Indenture for the sale

1

I.

May

by William Parker, of Hastings, clerk, Henry Russell to Thomas Merrey

of a tenement held by

and Thomas George 9 Jac.

22

I.

May

222. Sale by Merrey and George of land in Westfield, Brogmore Furlong, and elsewhere in Padbury to John Snovve, jun.

LE MILBURY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY. 9 Jac.

22

I.

223. Sale by Thos. Merrey and

Thos. George, of Padbury, of a messuage and tenement in Padbury to John Bunce and Robert Adams for 12ll.

May 224.



Bond of Thos. Merrey to Thos. Carter of lands in

225.



I.

1 1

I.

Nov. Jac.

I.

I.

Le

Westfield, Padbury, by Thos. Merrey and

Thos. George to Thos. Hillesdon 228. Sale of land in Hedgefield, &c., by Merrey and George to Thos. Reade With Merrey's bond

Padbury by Thos. Merrey and Thos. George John Snowe

229. Sale of land in

23 Sept. 12 Jac.

by Thos. Merrey

George

227. Sale of land in

26 June 9 Jac.

to the latter

Sale of land in Hedgefield and elsewhere in Padbury, by Thos. Merrey to Thos. George

to Thos.

9 Jac.

for the secure possession

Padbury granted by the former

226. Sale of land in Hedgefield, &c., Padbury,



105

to

230. Lease of the same land by John Snowe to Thos. Hillesden

20 March „

23L Lease of land

in

Padbury by John Bunce

to Thos.



232. Lease of land in

Padbury by John Bunce

to



233. Lease of land in

Padbury by Thos. Hillesden to John Snowe



234. Lease of land in

Padbury by Thos. Carter

13 Jac. I. 20 July

George

Robert Adams

to Thos.

Reade

by John Snowe to All Souls' College of land in Hedgefield, Foxeholes, Cockmoor Hill, Water Furrowes, Stretchmoor, and other places in Padbury

235. Sale



236. Powers of attorney of the College to take possession of the



237. Sale by

land bought from John Snowe

field,

John Bunce

Hedgeand other places in Pad-

to All Souls' College of land in

Potter's Lane, Dunstall,

bury „

238.

Power



239.

Power of attorney to receive seisin of lands in Padbury purchased from John Bunce and Robert Adams



240. Sale by Thos. Hillesden to All Souls' College of roods in Padbury



241-3. Three powers of attorney by the College to take possession of land in Padbury held by Thomas Hilsden (241), Thomas

1

3 Jac. I. 10 Oct.

1

3 Jac.

„ I.

17 Nov. 1652. 25 April

of attorney to receive seisin

1

acre and 2

Reade (242), and Thomas Carter (243) Lee to All Souls' College of a cottage and land in Padbury 245. Power of attorney to receive seisin 246. Sale by Wm. Lee, of Adstock, to John Bunce of the lease of a tenement and land in Padbury Agreement between Ric. Smyth, of Padbury, gent., and Thos. 247. Bvmce and other inhabitants, concerning the annexation of land occupied by Smyth to the cow pasture Paper 244. Sale by Richard

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

106 1662.

Tompson and Richard to John Read

248. Assignment by Leonard

26 Dec.

their lease of land in

Rigliton of

Paper

Padbury

1672. 8 April

249.

Agreement between the tenants concerning the cow pasture

1796.

250.

Award

Padbury and Ric. Smyth ^opy

of

of the commissioners for enclosing land at

Padbury

26 Apr.l

'BOTULI CUIIJABUM. 251. Extract

262.

EENTALES ET ALIA SCBIPTA:

from Domesday Book about Padbury

of a grant by Geoffrey, son of Angod, of 2 acres in Wycumbe to the Hospital of St. Giles at Wycumbe. (One of the witnesses is ' Gilberto decano de Wycumbe')

Copy

[15th cent.] 253. Padbury. Account of the descent of

Wm.

Small

and Thos. Luyton slip of

parchment

254. Extract from the fine-rolls of Trinity Term, 5 Eliz., concerning the manor of Padbury 255.

'

1C()2.

256.

Memorandum

1

of the delivery to Mr. Bristowe of the counterpanes of 19 leases of Padbury

Dec.

Jac.

I.

257.

Pp. 3

Thos. Harris, his freehold in Padeberi'

1595.

'

and Pp. 2

of land in question between the College

Briar's note

Peddar 7 Car. I. 31 Oct.

258.

'

Exemplification of the verdict for a cottage in Padbury which was Francis Studder's

[1635-1660.] 259. Suggestions about the College lands in Padbury 17th cent.

260. Opinion of Thos. Crewe about a College lease at Padbury

Pp. 2 25-26 [Edw. 26L Computus of John Carter,

bailiff of

Padbury

IIL] 1429.

262.

Computus of John

1449.

263.

Computus

of

Carter, collector of

John [Carter],

Padbury

collector of

Padbury

264. Bundle of court rolls of Padbury for tlie following years 5 Hen. IV., 10 Hen. IV., 24 Hen. VII., 15 Hen. VIII., :

5

Edw. VI., 32

Eliz. 1590,

265. Bundle of 9 court rolls,

266. Bundle of 11 court rolls

33 Eliz. 1591, 35 Eliz. 1593

36-44

Vellum

Eliz.

of Padbury, 1-10 Jac.

I.

267. Paper roll of minutes of courts at Padbury, 14

1625-1641. 269. Similar bundle 1

662-1 682. 270. Similar bmdle

Hen. VII.-

Torn

38 Hen. VIII. 268. Bundles of minutes of 22 Jac. L

and 1757 Vellum

court

rolls

of

Padbury, 36 Eliz.-

LE MILBURY, KEMBELL'S LANDS, PADBURY. Vellum

[14th cent.] 271. Rental of John de Walton in Padeburi [15th cent.] 272. Rental of Burton, :Morton, Padbury, Adyngton, ingham and Hyllesdon 1591.

273.

'A note

of the rents of

107

.

.

.

BuckVellum P.

Padbury'

1

Pp. 3

[1571-1614.] 274. Rental of Padbury [Jac. I.]

roll

Pp. 2

Padbury

275. Rental of the College tenants in

memorandum books containing the names of the tenants and the acreage of their holdings in Padbury



276.

Three



277.

'

A

note of the content of acres in the several occupation of Pp. 2 the tenants there,' i.e. Padbury

P. 1 and cottagers of the College Temple Middle the Carter, Thos. With endorsement by of T[homas] H[arris] F[armer] 279. Survey of Padbury. Long paper, pp. 5

278. Leaseholders

280. 1

606.

281.

A bundle of rough calculations for tlie A note of all the trees which remenes

'

survey of Padbury in

Padburye

'

P.

1

LETTEBS. [34Hen.VIII.] 282.Wm. Blakwell to [John Warner] warden of All Souls' Sends a copy of Mr. More's avowrye concerning College: Padbury, and desires the warden to send him evidences ' Copie ' A of Moore's avowrie.' receipt of Enclosed are Thos. Basyng of 33s. 4d. for a release of Overbury to All Receipt by BlakSouls' College, 29 Oct., 13 Hen. VII.' well of deeds from the College, 5 Oct., 34 Hen. VIII.



:

8 Jac.

I.

:



Thos. Harris

Padbury 1638.

Kente to Warden Hovenden

Informs him that has sold to Thos. {sic) Greorge his own tenement and a piece of land which Kente holds of the College

283. Michell

25 JNIarch

284.

9 April

Warden Sheldon



to the tenants of Padbury: Desires them the defence of the tellers who are sued by Thos. jNIaye for impounding his sheep P. 1. Add. Signed. Signatures of 14 tenants are appended to assist in

285.

The College tenants

of Padbury to the warden [Sheldon] and the College Sir Richard JMinshull has endeavoured to supplant them in their estates by rendering them enemies to the College, and charging them with being rebels to the king. The loss of their goods and liberties is a proof of their loyalty. Not one of them ever armed against his prince, or refused his taxes for his garrisons. They have always conformed to the establislied religion and the laws. Beg the College to show them favour :



Signed by 18 of

the tenants

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

108

PABBUBY LEASES. 6

Edw. IV.

1.

29 Sept. 9 Hen.

VIL

2.

10 March

Lease by All Souls' College of the watermill at Padbury to John and Wm. Bodynton Sonell for 20 yrs. at a rent of 100s.

9 Hen. VIII. 25 April

3.

Of Padbury mill and the Goseacre

9 Hen. VIII. 3 Nov.

4.

Of Padbury water

33 Hen. VIII.

5.

Of the manor and water

7

to

Wm. Cokman Stow Both parts and draft

to Thos. Langston, of

to Thos. Plarrys,

whom

the College

appoints bailiff

7 Jan.

3 Edw. VI.

to John Both parts

Of Millbery Farm, Heggeleys, and Padbury mill

6.

Of the same

7.

Of the manor of Padbury

to the

same

March

2 Eliz.

14 June

to

Joan Harryes, widow, and Thos.

her son

11 Eliz. 27 Oct.

8.

Of the manor

12 Eliz. 26 May

9.

Lease by Joan and Thos. Harris of a messuage in Padbury to Thos. Bunse

18 Eliz.

10.

24 Nov.

to

Joan and Thos. Harris

Lease of the manor to Thos. Harris,

whom

the

College

appoints bailiff

33 Eliz. 30 Sept.

11.

Lease to Thos. Harris of a tenement in Padbury, now occupied by him, and Hedgeley Meadow, Welshe Meade, and other land

33 Eliz.

12.

Lease by Thomas Harris of a messuage and land in Padbm*y

13.

Lease to John Wacott of the messuage and land pied by him

1

Oct.

34 Eliz. 29 Nov.

to

14. 15.

16. 17.

John Harris,

George Bud John Colye Thomas Bunse

20. 21.

Edw.

19.

and grocer of London

Leases of tenements in Padbury to Joan and William Narcott

Thomas Cockes William Mery Thomas Carter,

18.

citizen

Sprig-nell

22. Thos. Spratley 23.

Wm. Snow

24.

John Snowe

of

Padbury

now occu-

PADBURY LEASES. 34 Eliz. 30 Nov.

34 7

25.

Thomas

109

Greorge



26. Eobert Scott



27.



28.

Eliz.

29.

Thomas Eeade, husbandman, son of the vicar Of half a yard land to John West Lease of a tenement to John Fowlkes, of Buckingham

Nov.

36 Eliz. 27 ^lay

30. Lease of a tenement and 2 yard lands to William Aubry, D.C.L., Master of Requests

45 Eliz. 10 Dec.

31.

Lease of a messuage, Hedge Leyes, Welsh Mead, Smith Mead, Westhill Leyes, the Town House, the mill and water, &c., to Thomas Harris



32.

Thomas

33.

William Narcott

,,

Leases of tenements to Harris, alias Smith

Bud



34. Greorge



35.

John Coly



36.

Thomas Bunse William Mery Thomas Carter Thomas Greorge



37.



38.



39.



40. Robert Scott



41.



42.

Thomas Reade John West



44.



45.

,.

46.



47.



48.

John Fowlkes Thomas Allen John Snowe John Snowe, junior Thomas Hilsden Thomas Spratley

n

49.

Bartholomew Lee



43.

4 Jac. I. 24 Oct.

50. Lease of

9 Jac. I. 9 Oct.

51.

„ 12 Jac. I. 10 Oct.

Hedge Leyes,

&c., to

Thomas Harris

Both parts

Lease of pasture land abutting on the street of Padbury, and a way leading towards Blackman's Corner, to William Swannell

52. Lease of | of an acre at

Padbury

to

Michael Kent

Leases of tenements at Padbury to 53.

John Bunse

Both parts and bond



54. Thos. Harries, alias

„ „

55. Thos. Harryes, of Padbury, 56. Greorge

Bud

Smith

yeoman

Bond enclosed Both parts and bond Bond enclosed

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

110

12 Jac.

I.

57. "VVm.

Norcott

Both parts and bond

West

and bond Both parts and bond Bond enclosed Both parts and bond Both parts and bond Both parts and bond Both parts and bond Both parts and bond Both parts and bo yid Bond enclosed Bond enclosed Both parts and bond

68. Joseph

10 Oct.

Both

John Merrie



69.



60. Eichard



61. Eic.



62.

John Snowe



63.

John Snowe, junior

Laye

Laye (another messuage)

George



64. Thos.



66. Thos. Carter



66. Thos. Hilsdon



67. Thos.

Eead

John Colley



68.



69. Thos. Goodchild



70. Thos.

Merrey

Both parts Both parts

Eobt. Scott

„ 12 Jac. I. 20 March

71.

16 Jac. I. 27 Oct.

73. Lease of a

17 Jac. I. 22 Oct.

74.

Lease of | acre of pasture to Thomas Kent

18 Jac.

75.

Bond

I.

by Thomas Eeade of land in Hedge Field and Lott Meadow to Thomas Carter Both parts

72. Lease

21 Oct.

20 Jac. I. 28 Oct. ,j

1

Car.

I.

tenement to William Judge

76. Lease of a

enclosed

Both parts

messuage in PadBury to William Chaplen, gent. Both parts

77.

Lease of a messuage in Padbury, Hedge lease, &c., to Thos. Harris

78.

Lease of a messuage at Padbury to Edward Eobjms, of Stow

Bond

enclosed

Leases of messuages at Padbury to

I.

10 Nov.

79.

„ „ „ „

80. 81.

John Merrie John Snow John Snow, jun.

82. Thos. Hilsdon 83. Eichard

„ „ „

85.

87.

Gibberd William Swannell Eichard Ley John Bunse Thos. George

„ „

88.

Wm.

5,

Bond

of John Bowell, of Wendelberie, to observe his covenant with the College of the same date

24 Nov. 2 Car.

'parts

84.

86.

Norcott

89. Thos. Harris, alias

The

Smith

lessee's bo7id is

enclosed in each of the above

PADBURY LEASES.

Ill

Leases of messuages at Padbury to

2 Car. I. 2 Dec.

90.

John West



91.

Thos. Carter



92. Thos. Goodchild



93.

John Kobins



94.

William Clarke



95.

John Merrie



96. Lease of a

"

All these contain bonds, except the last

tenement called Foulks yard land in Padbury to

Eic. Gribberd 5 Car.

I.

97. Lease of a

messuage at Padbury to John Eeade

Bond

31 Oct. 7 Car. I. 7 Nov.

10 Car. I. 3 Nov.

of a tenement and two yard lands in Padbury to William Barnes Two copies, one cancelled

98. Lease

Leases of tenements at Padbury to 99. Eichard

Ley



100. Theodore Gibbert



101.

William Judge

13 Car. I. 20 April

102.

Bond

14 Car. I. 7 Nov.

103. Lease of a messuage and land at

1

Car.

I.

Bond

enclosed

Bond

enclosed

of Sara Merrie, of Padbury, to a lease of the same date

104. Lease of a messuage

Padbury to Thos. Carter

and land at Padbiuy to Sara Merrie

Bond

28 Oct. 15 Car. I. 31 Oct.

enclosed

enclosed

Leases of tenements and land at Padbury to 105.

John Bunce



106.

Thomas



107.

John Emerton

With bond „

Carter

With bond

George



108. Thos.



109. Thos. Goodchild



110. Thos. Harris, alias



111.



Smith



Thos. Hilsden



Ley



112. Eic.



113.

Sarah Merrie



114.

John Eobins





115.

John Snow





116.

Thos.

Snow





117.

William Swannell





118.

William Swannell, of another piece of land

1689. 27 April

119.

Lease of a messuage at Padbiuy to Eichard Ley

120.

Of a messuage

1700.

4 Nov,

Claydon



Both parts

at

Padbury

to Thos. Goodchild, of



Middle

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

112

1709. 8 Oct.

121.

Lease of land at Padbury to Martha Clarke

1710. 9 Oct

122.

Of land

1716.

123.

Of two cottages

1717. 19 Oct.

124.

Of land

1718.

125.

Of Fulkes yard land

1767. 19 Nov.

126.

Of a tenement

1774. 3 Nov.

127.

Of one yard land



128.

Of a half yard land Addams



129.



130.

Of a half yard land in Padbury to Wm. Merry Of a quarter yard land in Padbury to Kichard Eead, black-

at

Padbury at

to

William Seere

Padbury

to

Mary Inns

10 Oct. at

Padbury

Edward George

to

Both parts

in Padbury to Charles WTiitehall

22 Oct.

Padbury

in

in

John Bunce

to

Padbury to James Budd in

Padbury

to Thos.

Bunce and Thos.

smith a tenement in Padbury to John and Hester TurnbuU, of Tingwick



131.

Of



132.

Of three-quarters of a yard land Hester TurnbuU

133.

Of a house and

P\ilk's

134.

Of a cottage

Padbury

1775.

135. License to let for

Padbury to John and

yard land in Padbury to John Turner

„ 1775. 29 April

in

in

to

Joseph Eayrs

John Bunce

25 Nov. 1777. 3 Nov.

136.

Lease of one rood and three-quarters of an acre in Padbury to John Hamilton, of Newport Pagnell

1780.

137.

Of land



in

Broadmoor Mead and elsewhere

Padbury

in

to

Sarah Boughton

24 Oct. 138.

Of a messuage and land

in

Padbury

to

Wm.

Dixon, of

Thornton „

139.

Of a messuage and land

1781.

140.

Of a messuage



141.

Of one yard land



142.

Of a messuage and 1^ yard land Bunce



143.

Of a half yard land in Padbury Harper, of Twyford



144.

Of a messuage and two yard lands

in

in

Padbury

Padbury to

to Thos.

Merry

John Betts

Both

paints

30 Oct. in

Padbury

and Richard Harper

to

James Budd in

Padbury

to Thos.

in

Both parts to Elizabeth

Both parts Bunce and Kichard

Padbury

to Thos.

Bunce

PADBURY LEASES.

113

145.

Lease of one yard land in Padbury to John Clark



146.

Of one yard land



147.

Of



148.

Of a messuage and land in Padbury



149.

Of three-quarters of a yard land wood



150.



151.

1781.

Both parts

30 Oct.

Padbury

in

Henry Cooper, of Barton

to

Padbury

a half yard land in stock

to Eicliard Corbett, of

in

Ad-

George Harris Both parts

to

Padbury to "William HarBoth parts

Of a messuage and two yard lands in Padbury to Wm. HarBoth parts wood Of a half yard land in Padbury to Wm. Harwood Both parts

Padbury to Thos. Merry



152.

Of a half yard land



153.

Of a cottage and quarter Merry



154.

Of a half yard land



155.

Of a



156.

Of a quarter yard land



157.

Of a messuage and two yard lands

in

Both parts of a yard land in

Padbury

to Thos.

in

Padbury

to

"Wm. Merry

half yard land in

Padbury

to

Richard Read, butcher Both parts

in

Padbury to Richard Read Both parts in

Padbury

to

Robert

Read, of Bottle Claydon „

158.

Of a messuage and one and a half yard land Joseph Russell, of Badby



159.

Of I yard land



160.

Of a messuage and half a yard land

Padbury

in

to

in

John and Hester Turnbull Both parts in

Padbury

Hester Turnbull



161.

Of a house and Fulk



162.

Of a messuage and one yard land

yard's land in

in

hall, miller



163.

Of

Padbury to Both parts

a messuage and one yard land in

Padbury

to

John and Both parts

to

John Turner

Padbury to John "VMiiteBoth parts

Padbury

to

John White-

hall 164.

Two

165.

Lease of a tenement and one and a half yard land in Padbury to Katherine Read

1783. 26 April

166.

Of a messuage and one yard land



167.

Of one yard land

1783.

168.

Of a cottage and | yard land

1782.

licenses of alienation to

John Whitehall

22 Jan. 1782.

22 Oct.

22 Oct.

in

Padbury to in

in

Padbury

Wm.

to

Wm.

Harrup

Harwood, jun.

Padbury

to

Mary Judge

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

114

Mary Judge

1783. Dec.

169. License of alienation to

1784.

170.

Lease of a messuage and one and a half yard land in Padbury to Mary Watson, of Southampton Kow



171.

Of a messuage, Hedge



172.

20 Oct.

Of a messuage

at

leaze, &c., to

Mary Watson

Padbury to Mary Watson, of Southampton

Kow Mary Watson

1784. 18 Nov.

173.

License to

1785. 24 Oct.

174.

Lease of a messuage and 2 yard lands in Padbury to Thos.



175.

let for

Flowers, of

Buckingham

Of half a house and land in Padbury Merry

to Thos.

and Hester Both parts



176.

Of half a house and land

1786. 2 Nov.

177.

Of two



178.

Of a messuage and land late held by Thos. Edgerton Flowers, of Buckingham, dairyman

1787. 3 Nov.

178.

Of i yard land

1787. 8 Nov.

180.

Of a messuage and | yard land

1787.

181.

Of land

10 Nov. 1787.

Horse

to Inns

and

Merry

Eliz.

cottages and a half yard land to Thos.

in

at

Padburv

to Charles

in

Merry to Thos.

Dixon

Padbury

to Thos.

Budd

Broadmore Mead, Fourlott's Mead, and One to Eichard Boughton, yeoman

Common

182.

Of a messuage and

a half yard land to Thos.

183.

Of land

to Thos.

Merry

14 Nov. 1787.

at

Padbury

Budd

14 Dec. 1788. 20 Oct.

Leases of messuages at Padbury to 184. Thos.

Bunce

Both parts

Thos. Bunce, another piece of land



185.



186. Jas.

Budd

187.

John Belts

188.

Joseph Piddington

189.

William Clarke

Tivo leases

of a messuage and land late held by Richard Lee, half a cottage, and another land to Farmer Shillingford, Esq.

190. Lease

192.

Of one yard of land to Thos. Flowers, jun. Of a messuage late occupied by John and Esther Turnbull Wm. Harwood

193.

Of land

191.

Wm. 194.

late held

by John Snow and

Harwood

Of a messuage late demised to Wm. Harwood

to

Wm.

J.

to

and E. Turnbull to Both parts

and Susannah Baldwin

PADBURY LEASES.

115

195.

Lease of a half yard land to Susannah Reade



196.

Of a half yard land to



197.

Of a quarter yard land



198. Of a messuage and 2 yard lands to Catherine Read



199.



200. Of a half yard land to Thos. Merry, sen.

1788.

Both parts

20 Oct.

Wm.

Read and Thomas Adams Both parts

to Richard Read, blacksmith

Both parts

1790. 28 April

1790.

20L Of one yard land

„ 1 1

791

.

Wm.

Harwood

203.

Of a tenement and land held by John Bough ton, Ann Boughton, widow Of a messuage and land to Mary Judge, widow

204.

Of a messuage and land previously leased

202.

20 Oct.

1

to

Both parts

to Thos. Merry, sen.

Of a quarter yard land

deed., to

Simon Harris

to

to

Thos. Shilling-ford

Oct.

1792. 15 July

205.



206.

Of the

capital messuage

and manor of Padbury

to Thos.

Shillingford

Of a messuage and land now held by Matthew Swannell

to

Thos. Shillingford

1792.

207.

20 Oct.

Of a messuage and land held by Thos. Merry to Wm. Flowers, of Preston Capes, son and executor of Thos. Flowers



208.

Of half a house and land to Inns and



209.

Of

1793.

210.

Of Padbury Mill

1795. 21 Oct.

211.

Of tenements



212.

Of tenements

Merry

Eliz.

half a house and land to Thos. and Hester

Merrey Both parts

to Thos. Shillingford

20 Dec. late held

in

by the Turnbulls to

Padbury

late held

Snowe, and Charles Whitehall, to

Wm. Harwood

by Wm. Baldwin, Wm. Harwood



213.

Of half a yard land



214.

Of a messuage and land

to Thos. Flowers



215.

Of a messuage and land

to



216.

Of a messuage

by the Turnbulls to

to Thos. Merry, sen.

late held

John

Both parts

Mary Judge, widow

Wm.

Tompkins

Leases of messuages at Padbury to 217.

Esau Clark, of Barton Hartshorn

218.

William Clark, of Padbury

219. Thos.

Hearn, of Buckingham

220.

Matthew

221.

Richard Taylor

222. Catharine

Devarell, of

Read I

2

Swanbourne

Both parts

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

116 1795.

223. Lease of messuage at

1798. 9

Padbury

to Eev.

Samuel Grreatheed, of

Newport Pagnell

10 Nov.

Padbury to James Bay ley

224. Lease of land at

March

1802. 23 Oct.

225.

Of two messuages, half a house, and four plots of land Thos. Flowers, of Barton Hartshorn, dairyman



226.

Of three

to

cottages, half a house, three plots of land, and a Flowers, of Preston Capes, farmer to

homestead

Wm.



227.

Of a messuage and land in Upper Notcut Furlong, Blannel Leys, Harborough, and Portway Furlongs to Hannah Eead



228.

Of



229.

Of a messuage and land

a tenement held by Catherine Eead and land in Stockway, Fryers Grore, Harborough, Lower Nottcutt, and Nominmoor Furlongs, Blanhill and Nominmoor Leys, to Eobert With license to let Eead, of Addington -

stall,



230.

in Backside Furlong, Lower Dun&c. (90 acres 6 p.) to Thos. Harwood

Of a messuage and land

in Backside Furlong,

Hay Mead,

and Long Furlong to Eobert Merry

[No 1

1

Of a messuage and land in Hoo Furlong, and Westhill Leys to Benjamin Judge, of Hilsden, tanner Leases of messuages and land in Padbury to



231.



232. Daniel Grutteridge, of Biscott



233.

William Tompkins



234.

Esau Clarke



235.

John Clarke



236.

Mary Turner



237. Thos.



238. Eichard Archer



239.

Of Padbury Mill



240.

Of a messuage and land Buckingham



241.

Of a messuage and land



242. License to Thos. Shillingford, of Towcester, to let his tenements in Padbury

date.]

243. Lease of a cottage to

809. April

Bunce

244. License to

in

in

Padbury

Padbury

to

to Eev.

Wm.

Eyre, of

Ann Boughton

— Butler

William Greorge to let his tenement in Padbury Henry Dayrell, a letter from whom to the

to Lieutenant

bursar 1

to Thos. Bates

enclosed

is

Leases of messuages and land at Padbury to

809.

25 Oct.

245.



246.

Thomas Bates Anne l^oughton,



247.

Eyau Clarke



248. Lieutenant



249. Rev.

Wm.

of

Buckingham

Henry Dayrell, R.N.

Eyre

Both parts

PADBURY LEASES. 1

809.

25 Oct.

117

Both parts

250. Thos. Flowers, of Barton Hartshorn 251.

William Flowers

)>

252. Daniel Guetteridge, of Biscott 55

253.

Henry Gweden, of Towcester, and Alex. Norton, of BuckBoth parts ingham

55

254.

Benjamin Judge, of Hillsden

55

255. Richard

King

Merry

55

256. Robert

J5

257. Gabriel

55

258.

Hannah Read

,.

259.



260. Robert

James Eead, of Addington Tomkins

Parker and Joshua Capon, of Tingewick



261.

Mary Turner



262.

Edmund

263.

William Wilmore



Mutilated

AValker, baker

1810. 12 Oct.

264. License to William Barnes to let his

1816. 2 Nov.

265. Lease of a messuage in



266.

Of

a messuage

Padbury

and land

tenement in Padbury

to Rev.

Wm.

Eyre Both parts

in Backside Furlong, Abel's

&c., in Padbury, to Thos.

Harwood

Way,

Both parts

a messuage and land in Windmill and Hollow Furlongs, Padbury, to Wm. Harwood Both paints



267.

Of



268.

Of a messuage and land in Hoo Furlong and Westhill Leys, Padbury, to Benjamin Judge, of Hillsden Both parts



269.



270.

Of three cottages, &c., to Thos. Flowers Of a messuage and land to Thos. Flowers,

of Barton Harts-

horn, dairyman 271.

Of land mentioned hampton

272.

Thomas Bates

JJ

273.

Anne Boughton

Both parts

1J

274.

Esau Clarke

Both parts



in No.

227

to

Robert Read, of Bar-

Leases of messuages and land at Padbury to 5»

55

55

>5

}>

With license

to let

275.

William Cross

Both parts

276.

Mary

Both parts

277.

William Willmor

INIerry

and Martha Ridgway

Of a messuage and land in Padbury to John King, of Buckingham Both parts 279. Of a messuage and land in Prince Hades, &c., to Richard King 280. Of land in Long How Slade Furlong, Padbury, to Parridge 278.

Langton

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

118 1816. 2 No^'.

Upper Copland Furlong, &c., in Padbmy, to Gabriel Parker and Joshua Capon, of Tingewick, executors of Wna. Clark Both parts

281. Lease of land in



282.

Of two messuages and land



283.

Of



284.

Of a messuage and land in

1817.

1820. 17 Aug.

1820. 2 Nov.

Padbury

Tompkins Both parts

to Robert

a house and land in Prince Hades, Padbury, to Wm. Turner Both parts

mund Walker, 285. License to

30 Oct.

in

Wm.

Turner to

to Charles Willis, of

286. License to

Wm.

let

Padbury, to EdBoth parts

a house and land in Padbury

Winslow

Barnes to

let his

tenement

Padbury to

287. Lease of a messuage in

Of two

Flatt's Butts,

baker

cottages, land in Backside

Wm.

to

John Quainton Both parts

Barnes

and Absolways Furlongs, dairyman

1821. Nov.

288.

1823. 3 Nov.

289. Of messuages and land in Windmill, Shellard Furlongs, &c., Padbury, to Wm. Clark Both parts

&c., in Padbury, to Thos. Flowers,

.3



290. Of a tenement and land to William Cross



291.

Of a messuage and land



292.

Of land

Wm.

in

Padbury

to Rev.

Wm.

Eyre

in Upper Copland Furlong, &c., in Padbury, to Rev. Eyre Both parts



293. Of a messuage and land late held by Thos. Flowers to John



294.

Of a messuage and land in Backside Furlong, bury, to Thos. Harwood

&c., in



295.

Of a messuage and land in Windmill Furlong, bury, to Wm. Harwood

&c., in



296. Of a messuage and land in Blacksmith's Corner and Hobb's



297.

Meadow, in Padbury, to Wm. Harwood Both parts Of a messuage and land in Hoo Furlong and Westhill Leys, Both parts in Padbury, to Benjamin Judge



298.

Of a messuage and land

Flowers

in Great

PadBoth parts

PadBoth parts

Bambridge and Dog Kennel Both parts

Furlongs, &c., Padbury, to John King

„ „

299.

300.

Of a messuage and land King Of laud in liong Langton

How

in Prince Hades, &c., to Richard

Both parts

Slade Furlong in Padbury to Parridge

Both parts

in Upper Notcut Furlong and Blannel Leys, &c., in Padbury, to Robert Read, of BuckBoth pai'ts ingham



301.

Of a messuage and land



302.

Of a messuage and land in Backside Furlong, bury, to ^lary Merry and Martha Ridgeway

in PadBoth parts


PADBUEY LEASES. 1823.

3 Nov.

119

303. Lease of messiiag-es and land in Standbills bury, to Eobert Tompkins



304.

Of a messuage and land



305.

Of a house and land Willis, of Winslow

in

Padbury

to

Common,

Edmund Walker Both

„ 1824. 29 April

306.

Both parts

Eow

Slade, &c., in Padbury, to

let his

tenement to John Quainton

in Great Whittel, Susannah Willmore

Wm.

'parts

in Prince Hades, Padbury, to Charles

Of land

307. License to

Pad-

in

Barnes to

1824. 2 Nov.

308. Lease of a messuage and land in Backside Furlong, in Padbury, to James Burgess

1824. 3 Nov.

309.

Of a wheeler's shop



310.

Of a



311.

312.



313.

Simon Baughan

butcher's shop to Thos.

Holdam

Both parts

Of a cottage and land in Norborough Slaunts, in to

1830. 3 Nov.

to

Wm. Law

Padbury

and Eichard Henson

Of messuages and land

in

Windmill Furlong,

&c., to

Wm.

Clarke

Of a messuage and land

in Stockway, &c., to

Wm.

Cross

Both parts „

314.

Of

a messuage and land in

Sir

Wadden Way

James Eyre

Furlong, &c., to

Both parts

Of land in Upper Copland Furlong, &c., to Eev. Wm. Thos. Both parts and license to let Eyre



315.



316.

Of messuages and land John Flowers



317.

Of a cottage and land



318.

Of a messuage and land in Backside and Ablesway Furlongs, &c., to Thos. Harwood



319.



320.



321.

Of cottages and land in Windmill Furlong, &c., to Wm. Harwood Of a messuage and land in Blacksmith's Corner to Wm. Harwood Of a house and land in Blind Lane to Joseph Holtom, wheel-



322.

Of a tenement and land Judge



323.



324.

Of a messuage and land in Prince Hades, &c., to Eichard King Both parts and license to let Of land in Long How Slade Furlong to Parridge Langton



325.

in Gathering Hill Furlong, &c., to

Bothpa>ts

in Backside

to Thos. Flowers

and Absolways Furlongs Both parts

wright

Both parts in

Hoo Furlong,

Benjamin Both parts

&c., to

Botii parts

Of a cottage and land in Norborough Law and Eichard Henson

Slaunts, &c., to

Wm.

Both parts

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

120

1830.

messuage and land in Grreat Eambridge and Dog Kennel Furlong to George Nelson Both 'parts

326. Lease of a

3 Nov.



327.

Of a messuage and land in Upper Notcut Furlong, &c., to Eobert Eead Both parts



328.

Of a messuage and land in Backside Furlong, Eidgeway



329.

Of messuages and land in Standhills Common, &c., to Eobert Tompkins Both parts



330.



331.

1837. 3 Nov.

332.



333.

Of a messuage and land Sir James Eyi'e



334.

Of land



335.

Of land

Of a messuage and land

Of a house and land

in Flatt's Butts to

in Prince

Hades

Martha Both parts

&c., to

Edmund Walker

to Charles Willis

Both parts Of a messuage and land in Prince Hades, &c., to Francis Dagley Both parts and license to let

in in

Flowers

in

Waddon Way

Upper Copland Furlong,

Furlong, &c., to Both parts

&c., to Eev.

W.

T. Eyre Both parts

Backside and Absolways Furlorg, &c., to Thos. Both parts



336.

Of tenements and land in Gathering Hill Furlong, &c., to Mainwaring Davies, gent. Both parts



337.



338.



339.

Of a messuage and land in Blacksmith's Corner to John Harwood Of a messuage and land in Backside and Ablesways Furlongs to Thos. Harwood Of a messuage and land in Windmill Furlong, &c., to Thos.



Harwood, jun. Of a house in Blind Lane 340. 341. Of a messuage and land Judge



Of land

in

Long

How

to Joseph in

Hoo

Holtom

P'urlong, &c., to

Both parts and

Benjamin

license to let

Slade Furlong to Parridge Langton



342.



343. Of a messuage and land in Backside Furlong, &c., to Parridge Jjangton Both parts



344.

Of a cottage and land in Norbo rough Slaunts Joseph Goodman, and John Malsbury Cooke



345.

Of a messuage and land Wm. Nash



346.

Of a messuage and land

in



347.



348.



349. 350.

Wm. Law, Both parts

Stockway, Friars' Gore, &c., to Both parts

in Great

Furlong to Thos. Nelson

to

Bambridge and Dog Kennel Both parts

Of a messuage and land in Upper Notcut Furlong, &c., to Eobert Eead Of m(!ssuages and land in Standhills Common to Wm. Tompkins Of messuages and land in Flatt's Butts to Edmund Walker Of a house and land in Prince Hades to Charles Willis

LEWKNOR, ASTON'S EYTE.

121

LEWKNOE, ASTON'S EYTE. 1412.

1.

20 Nov.



VL

18 Hen.

24

2.

Modern copy

3.

Grant by Wm., abbot of St. Mary's, Abingdon, to Richard Andrew, warden, and All Souls' College, of the advowson of the rectory and vicarage of Leukenore, a pension of 10s. from the same church, a field called Astones eyte, Berks, and two messuages in St. Aldate's, Oxford Seal broken

4.

Power of attorney by the abbot of Abingdon

P'eb.



Inspeximus by Philip [de Eepingdou] bp. of Lincoln, of an entry in the register of Kobert Grostete, late bp. of Lincoln, fixing the tithes and dues of the vicar of Lewknor Gojpy of the preceding

to Richard Rotherham, chancellor of the University of Oxford, and

Thos. Chichele, archdeacon of Canterbury, to deliver seisin

18 Hen. VI. 13 May

5.

License by Henry VI. to the abbot and convent of Abingdon to grant the rectory of Lewknor, &c., to All Souls' College

6.

Exemplification by Reginald Kentwode, dean of St. Paul's, commissary of Eugenius IV., of a bull of the same pope, dated 3 id. Jul. 1440, annexing the rectory of Lewknor and of other documents concerning to All Souls' College the grant thereof to the College

Windsor 1440-1. 20 Feb.

;

1463. 3 Edw. IV.

7.

Petition of Thos. Roger, late sheriff of Oxon and Berks, stating that Lewknor, as belonging to All Souls' College, is not liable for the tenth due to the king

lo03. 13 Nov.

8.

Receipt by Henry Martyn, receiver of the Archdeacon of Oxford, of 7s. 7|cZ. from All Souls' College for procurations for the church of Lewknor

31 Hen. VIII.

9.

Order of the Court of Requests enforcing the payment of a rent of 12s. from land called Shoullers in Hannilton, Bucks, to Wm. Richardson, vicar of Lewknor Paper roll

20

May 10.

Bond

22 Jac. I. 15 July

11.

Bond

22 Jac.

12.

Bond

13.

Grant by Samuel and Sarah Heyward, of Lewknor Farm, to Edward Wray and Lady Elizabeth his wife

4 Car. I. 8 Feb.

14.

Sale by Edward and Lady Elizabeth Wray of the lease of the manor of Moor Court, Oxon, and other lands, to James



15.

Extract from the preceding

18 Eliz.

4 April

21

I.

March

3 Car.

I.

20 March

of Richard Wright, vicar of Lewknor, to hold himself content with the tithes, &c., received by his predecessors of Thos. Lawrence, M.A., vicar of Lewknor, to be content with his emoluments of John Potter, B.A., presented by All Souls' College to the vicarage of Lewknor

Winch

AKCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

122

4 Car.

I.

16. Sale of

Wm.

9 Feb.



4 Car. Hilary

I.

Moor Court by Edward and Lady Elizabeth Kendrick, of Eeadin^

17.

Counterpart of the preceding

18.

Fine for the conveyance of Moor Court

19.

Sale by

16 Car. IT. 19 Jan.

Winch

to Kendrick of his unexpired term of

17 Car. II. Hilary Term

18 Car.

II.

30 Sept.

William Kendrick,

20. Indenture between

Edward Hopkins

21.

Wm.

II.

Moor

Ttuo copies

Both parts

by John and Anne Flight, of Lewknor, low, of a tenement and land in Lewknor

23. Sale

24.

Another indenture

34

25.

Another indenture

for the

to

Richard Win-

same purpose

Bond

of Flight enclosed

for the better assurance of the said pro-

perty

21 April

1682.

other

22. Indenture between John Bowell and Charles Adkins, lessee of Aston Eiglit, for the repayment of money lent by the

April

34 Car. II. Easter

manors

Court, and

Vine levied in pursuance of the above indenture

34 Car. II. 20 April Car. II.

Reeves, and

for barring- all estates tail of the

former to the latter

34 Car.

Moor

Court

of Stokenchurch, Mallet Court, lands

24

to

Term

4 Car. I. 14 Feb.

1

Wray

26. Fine levied for the same purpose

Ttuo copies

by John Flight, of Shaldon, clerk, to Richard Winlow, of Shillingford Mead and other land in

27. Lease for a year

May

Lewknor 1682. 25 May 1682.

28. Sale of the preceding

1682.

1684. 21 June

to

Bond and 29.

6 July

7 July

by Flight

Winlow receipt by Flight enclosed

Mortgage by Sir Wm. Kendrick of Stokenchurch, Mallet Court, and Moor Court, to John Stone, of New Inn

30. Another indenture for the same purpose Enclosed are a bond of Sir Wm. Kendrick of errors in ajudgnient obtained against 31.

and his release him by Stone

Release by Sir Wm. Kendrick of his equity of redemption in the same property to Stone Enclosed is a receipt bji Kendrick for 3,000Z. consideration

money 1686.

32. Lease by Greorge Tipping, of the

Farm

2 April

1686.

22 June 1687. 3 June

33.

to

Middle Temple, of Lewknor

Richard Winlow

Agreement between Sir William, son of the late Sir Wm. Kendrick, and Jolm Stone, concerning the property mortgaged by his father

34. Sale by Richard

of a cottage

Winlow

and land

to

John Ovcy and Richard Barraby and Lewknor

in Shillingford JNIead

Copy

LEWKN'OR, ASTON' S BYTE. 1689.

1691. 12 June

June

1

3

by George Tipping- to John Billers and Nicholas Baker of Longley Grreen and other land in Lewkuor, with proviso of redemption

35. Sale

2 Nov.

1

W. & M.

36. Indenture relating to the

1695-6.

37.

1697. 16 June

Another indenture to the same

38. Exemplification of a

common

effect

recovery in pursuance of the

preceding covenants 39.

Agreement of Greorge Tipping

to convey

Lewknor Farm

Richard Winlow

9 Jan.

1697. 15 June

mortgage of Kendrick's property

to Stone

July

1

123

40. Grant by George Tipping of his property in Richard Baughe, with certain conditions 41.

1697. 19 Nov.

42.

9 Will. III.

43.

Another indenture

to

Both 'parts

for the

Lewknor

to

same purpose

Agreement of Thos. and George Tipping

to levy a fine of the

premises

Two

copies of the fine

Mich. 10 Will.

III.

between Sir Wm. and Mary Kendrick, John and Elizabeth Stone, and others, for barring the estates tail, and settling Sir William's land Both parts

44. Indenture

Jan.

1

10 Will. III. 45. Fine levied in pursuance of the above agreement Hilary Term

Agreement of John and Ursula Flight to levy a land in Lewknor, for Richard Winlow

1698. 19 May

46.

1698. 15 Aug.

47. Lease

1698. 16 Aug.

48. Release

1698.

by Sir William Kendrick and others to John Bushell of

a cottage at Lewknor for one year

from Kendrick to Bushell of the same

by Sir Wm. and Mary Kendrick and John Stone to Richard Winlow, of Moor Court and other lands

49. Lease for a year

22 Nov. 1698.

fine of their

50. Release of the

same

23 Nov. 24 Nov. 1709.

29 Dec. 3

51.

Mortgage of Moor Court by Richard Winlow to John Stone Both parts. Winloivs bond enclosed Richard Winlow, of Lewknor, proved 29 Dec. 1709, and a copy on paper

52. Will of

1711. 4 Aug.

53-54. Indentures for the settlement by Mrs. Winlow of her lands on Francis Bernard, her son-in-law With a copy of each

1711.

55. Articles of

&

agreement concerning the settlement

Both parts

4 Aug. 1

9

&

56-57. Indentures between Moses Terry and Sarah his wife, 1715. daughter of Richard Winlow and Francis Bernard, fur the 20 April settlement of Moor Court on the latter

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

124

58-59. Sale by Thos. Bushell to Wm. Lyscomb of a cottage in 1716. 29 Dec. Lewknor adjoining the vicarage

28

&

25

& 26

16

&

1725.

Mar.

60-61. Conveyance by Edward Merrett and Frances his wife, daughter of Richard Winlow, to Jane Hartlib, widow, of her share of a cottage and land at Lewknor

62-63. Conveyance by Jane 1730. Beresford, a granddaughter of 17 May Richard Winlow, to Jane Hartlib, of her share in the same premises

1734-5. 8 Feb.

64.

1735. Easter

65.

Agreement of Edward and Francis Merrett and others

to levy

a fine of the premises to the use of Jane Hartlib

Two copies

Fine levied accordingly

66-67. Conveyance by Mrs. Hartlib to Francis Bernard of the 1735. 14 May same property

13

&

30

&

68-69. Conveyance of Moor Court by Francis Bernard, Moses 1742. 31 July Terry, and others, to John Wright

„ 1742. 31 July

70-72. Conveyance by Francis Bernard to All Souls' College, of his land at Lewknor

between Sir Miles Stai>ylton, Thos. Smith, Francis Bernard and others, All Souls' College, and Robert Coxe, being the assignment of a term of 500 years in trust for

73. Indenture

the College to attend the inheritance

1742.

74.

4 Aug. 1742. 5 Aug.

Assignment by Sir Miles Stapylton, Smith, and Bernard, of Moor Court to the Hon. Anne Needham between Bernard, Terry, the College, and others, concerning the settlement of Moor Comt

75. Indenture

76. Fine levied accordingly 1742. Trinity Term 1 742-3. 16 Feb.

1744. 12

&

13 June

1744.

77.

1751.

&

81.

1770. 1

82.

3 April

Lewknor



Hon. Miss Needham to Robert Coxe: Assignment of Moor Court in trust for All Souls' College Conveyance by Wm. Lipscombe of a barn and groimd in

Lewknor

20 Aug.

1763. 15 Sept.

:

78-80. Conveyance by Francis Bernard to All Souls' College of the manor of Moor Court

13 June 19



Needham to Mr. Coxe Assignment of land in in trust to attend tlie inheritance to the College

Miss

83.

to All Souls' College

Schedule of deeds enclosed

Conveyance by Mary Lipscombe and others to Zachary East, of a cottage and land adjoining the vicarage Lease and final agreement enclosed

84. Conveyance by Elizabeth Croxford to the Rev. Benjamin Buckler, of All Souls' College, of a cottage adjoining the

vicarage at Lewknor

LEWKNOR, ASTON'S BYTE.

126

LETTERS AND PAPERS. 1582. 6 April

85.

A

1592.

86.

The points wherein Mr. Whitton and Mr. Wright, parson of

Pp.2

note concerning tithing in Lewknor

Lewknor, disagree concerning the tithes of the payment by John Brook, of Lewknor, of 6s. 8d. to the poor on behalf of All Souls' College

1602.

87.

JMemorandum

1707. 11 Oct.

88.

John Bushell

to

Warden Grardiner, concerning the valuation Lewknor Pp. 3. Add. endd.

of the tithes at

Lewknor 1721.

89. Proposal

letting

for

applying part of

6 Oct.

90. Abstract of 91.

the lease at Lewknor run out and the improvement of the vicarage Pp. 2

it to

Mr. Bernard's

Abstract of his

title to

titles to

92. Abstract of his title to Tipping's

1737. 3 May] Gray's Inn 1740. 11

1

Farm

[Warden Niblett], concerning the value of the parsonage at Lewknor Pp. 3. Endd.

93. Fras. Bernard to

of Tipping's Fai-m by Fras. Bernard Seymour and John Quartermain

94. Lease

March

James Grilpin to Niblett and jointure estates

1740. Dec.

95.

1741.

96. Lease

:

to Sylvanus

— Sends particulars of the Tipping Pp.

2.

Add. endd.

of Tipping's Farm by Francis Bernard Quartermain and Kichard Allom

10 March 1742. 27 May

Moor Court

the jointure lands in Lewknor

97.

Kobert Coxe to Niblett from Mr. Bernard

:

— Concerning

John

to

the purchase of land

P.

Add. endd.

1.

Lincoln's Inn

1742.

30

1742. 1

98. [Niblett] to

Bernard

Draft.

P.

1.

Endd.

May 99.

Bernard to Niblett

Pp.

2.

Add. endd.

P.

1.

Add. endd.

June

Lincoln's Inn

1742. 3 July

100. Coxe to Niblett

24 July

101.

31 July

102.

14 Aug.

103.

16 Dec.

104.

Same to Same to Same to Same to

same

P.

1.

same

P.

1.

same

Pp.

2.

same

P.

1.

Add. endd. Add. endd. Add. endd. Add. endd.

105. Bill sent with the preceding

1743.

10 Aug.

106. Fras. Bernard to

Mr. Henchman, bursar

Pp.

2.

Add.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

126 1743-4.

107. Bernard to Niblett.

5 Marcli

These letters (97-107)

P.

all refer to

108, Extract fi'om the conveyance of

1744. 20 July

1772.

109. Receipt

by

J. i^.

Pusey

1.

Add. endd.

the purchase of Mr.Bernard's land

Moor Court

for part of the

purchase

money

given by Mr. Jodrell, lord of the manor of Lewknor, concerning the tithes of Moor Court and concerning an intended enclosure by him

110. Particulars

;

1773.

111.

Map

1852. 2 April

112.

London Gazette containing an order in Council assigning a consolidated chapelry to the new church at Cadmore End,

of

Lewknor Warren and Cowleaze

Lewknor.

With

letter

from the Church Commissioners'

Office

LEASES. 19 Hen. VI. 24 Feb.

1.

Lease by John Druell, overseer of the works at All Souls' College, to Eichard Long, chaplain, and John Symeon, husbandman, of the rectory of Lewknor

22 Hen. VI. 16 Oct.

2.

Lease by Roger Keys, warden of All Souls' Coll., to Bartholomew Westcombe and John Tovy, of the rectory of Lewkenor, for 10 years, at 261. 13s. 4cZ.

24 Hen. VI. 28 Feb.

3.

Lease by

32 Hen. VI. 30 July

4.

Lease by All Souls' College of the meadow called Astonseyte, near Oxford, to John Page and Richard Bustard, of Oxford

Edw. IV.

5.

Lease by John Stokes, warden, and the College, of the rectory of Lewknor, to Robert Knody, vicar there

6.

Lease of the parsonage of Lewknor, Oxon, to John Scoles, Bond enclosed of Aston Rowell, husbandman

7.

8.

Of the parsonage of Lewcner to Robt. Reynaard, husbandman, and Alice his wife Of Astonseyght, Berks, to Edw. Napper, of HolyweUe, Ox-

9.

Of the parsonage of Lewknor

11

7

Dec.

22 Hen. VII.

March

6

Wm. Kele, warden, and the College, to John Bradand John Herbiger, alias Mylton, ' iremongerer,' of Astonysete, Berks

ley

21 Hen. VIII.

10 Nov. 27 Hen. VIII.

ford

6 Jan.

27 Hen. VIII.

to Robert

and Alice Reynaard

11 Jan.

36 Hen. VIII. 10. Of the parsonage of Lewknor to Thos. Whytton, of Aston Rowen 29 Nov.

Of Aston's Ayte and the

Edward Napper, of

2 Edw. VI. 22 Dec.

11.

Edw. VI.

12.

Of the parsonage

13.

Agreement of Thos. Whitton to build a new kitchen, house, and other houses at the farm at Lewknor

5

tithes thereof to

Holywell, Oxford of

Lewknor

to Thos.

Whitton, of Lewknor

10 Nov. 1

& 2 P. & M. 8 Jan.

4

&5

&

P. M. 14. Lease of Aston's Ayte to 5 April

Edw. Napper, of Holliwell

well-

LEWKNOR, ASTON'S EYTE.

127

9 Eliz. 9 Nov.

15.

Lease of the parsonage of Lewknor to Thos. Whitton

10 Eliz. 10 Dec.

16.

Bond

13

17.

Lease of the parsonage of Lewknor to Thos. Whitton

18 Eliz. 24 Nov.

18.

Of the same

to the

20 Eliz. 4 May

19.

Of Aston's

eight, containing

25 Eliz.

20.

Of the parsonage

28 Eliz. 10 Nov.

21.

Of the same

to the

same

33 Eliz. 5 Nov.

22.

Of the same

to the

same

40

23.

Of

24.

Of the parsonage yeoman

25.

Of the same



26.

Of

4 Jac. I. 28 Nov.

27.

Of the parsonage of Lewknor

6 Jac. I. 7 April

28.

Of the same

to

7 Jac. I.

29.

Of the same

to the

same

30.

Of the same

to the

same

31.

Of Aston's Aight

32.

Of the same

Eliz,

of

Whitton

3 Jan.

1

same

Bond

enclosed, dated 12

by estimation 40

acres,

to

William Napper, of Holliwell of

Lewknor

to Thos.

Whitton

7 Jan.

Eliz.

April

Alston's eight to Thos. Powys,

Bond

enclosed

Bond

enclosed

M.A.

June

6

40

Eliz.

9 Nov.

2 Jac.

I.

of

to the

Lewknor

to

John Brooke, of Lewknor,

same

30 March Alston's

Aight to Thos. Powes, M.A. to

John Brookes

Ralph Gobbet, of Morton, yeoman

20 April 7 Jac.

I.

20 Nov. „ 10 Jac. I. 28 Oct.

to

to the

John Yonge, of Newington, Oxon, gent. same

Lewknor

33.

Of the

I.

34.

Of Aston's Ayght

John Yonge, of Little Balden, Oxon, esq. Both parts and bond, with two papers about money borrowed by Yonge from the College

15 Jac. I. 29 Oct.

35.

Of the parsonage of Lewkenor

„ 14 Jac. 8 Oct.

1

Jac.

I.

rectory of

to

Ralph Gobbet

to

to Thos. Grwine, D.G.L.

Both parts 36. License of alienation to Dr.

Grwynn

19 Jac. L 6 Nov.

37.

Lease of the rectory of Lewknor, Oxon, to Dr. Thos. Grwynne

20 Jac. I. 28 Oct.

38.

Of Aston's Ayght

Bond to

John Young, of

Little

enclosed

Balden Both parts

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

128

39.

Lease of the rectory of Lewknor to Thos. Gwin, D.C.L. Both parts, bond, and license to

4 Car. I. 30 Oct.

40.

Of the same

5 Car.

41.

Of

1

Car.

I.

24 Nov.

I.

same

to the

Aston's Eight to

Bond and

license to let

let

enclosed

John Younge, of Great Milton, gent.

29 Oct. 6 Car. I. 30 Oct.

42.

1744. 27 April

43.

1786.

44.

of

Lewknor

to Dr.

Gwin

Both parts.

Of the rectory

Lewknor

of

to

Bond and

license to let

Edward Kinaston, Wriothesley

Digby, and others

2 Nov.

1793.

Of the rectory

Of Aston's Eyott

to

William Jackson, of All Saints, Oxford,

printer 45.

Of the same

46.

Of Aston's Eyot

to

47.

Of Aston's Eyot

to Thos. Smith, of Chimney's

48.

Of Aston's Eyot

same

to the

4 Nov. 1800.

23 Oct. 1807.

William Elias Taunton, of Oxford Both parts

Farm

20 Oct. 1814. 2 Nov. 1815. 28 April 1821.

to Thos. Smith, of Chimney's

Garsington 49. License to Thos.

Smith to

let Aston's

Eyot

Farm, near Both parts

to Eic. Fletcher,

Charingworth, Wm. Fletcher, of Stoke, and Joseph Smith, of Saintbury, Gloucester

of

50. Lease of

Aston's Eyot to Eev. Thos.

Brooks

22 Oct.

Symonds and John Both parts

1828. 3 Nov.

51.

Of the same

1842. 3 Nov.

52.

Of Aston's Eyot

to the

to

same

Both parts and license

John Early,

blanket manufacturer

of

to let

Newland and Witney, With license

to let

LLANGENITH, ST. CLEEE, PENAETH. 11

Hen. VI.

1.

8 July

19 Hen. VI. 16 March

2.

Grant by Henry VI. to Hortonk van Clux, knt., of an annuity of 501. from the alien priory of Pembroke Great seal Surrender by Henry [Chichele] archbp. of Canterbury, John bp. of Bath and Wells, John bp. of St. Asaph, William bp. of Salisbury, Wm. earl of Suffolk, John Somerseth, Thos. Bekynton, Ric. Andrewes, and others, of the priories of St. Clare and Langennyth to Henry VI.

LLANGENITH, 19 Heu. VI. 18 March

3.

19 Hen. VI.

4.

1

May

20 Hen. VI. 5

5.

P"'eb.

20 Hen. VI. 4 April 21-22 Hen. VI.

6.

21-25 Hen. VI.

8.

25 Hen. VI. 25 Nov.

9.

CLERE, PENARTH.

ST.

129

Grant by Henry VI. of the priories or manor of St. Clare and Llangennyth to Arcbbp. Chichele, John Byrkheed, John Bolde, clerks, Kese ap Thomas, esq., Kobt. Thomas, elk., and Kobt. Danvers Great seal Release by Rese ap Thomas and Robt. Thomas of the priories of JSt. Clare and Langennyth to Chichele, Birkheed, Bolde,

and Danvers Grant by Chichele, Birkheed, and Danvers, of the priories of St. Clare and Langennyth to Henry VI.' Grant of St. Clare and Langennyth by Henry VI. to Ric. Andrewes, warden, and the College of All Souls Accounts of the farmers of Langeneth, St. Clare, Wedon, Alburbury, Padbury, and Salford Vellvmn roll '

7.

File of eight receipts by Humfrey duke of Gloucester, from All Souls' College, of 32t. lbs. 8tZ. from the priories of Alljerbmy, St. Clare, Upchurch, and Romney

Receipt by Thos. Barnard from Warden Kele of 8L 16s. Sd. in part payment of the annuity of ?>2l. <6s. 8c/. due to Humfrey, duke of Gloucester

10.

Inspeximus of patent, 27 July, 24 Hen. VI., granting to the inhabitants of St. Clare exemption from attendance at

& 5 Edw. IV.

11.

Copies of two writs to the chamberlain of South Wales concerning the rent due to the king from the priories of St. Clare and Langennyth Veilwrn

4 Hen. VII.

12.

Extract from the Act of Parliament conjBrming All Souls' College in their possessions

14 Hen. VIII. 10 July

13.

Bond of Thos. Gwyne, M.A., fellow of All Plommer, alias Thomas, bailiff, of Oxford, and

23 Hen. VIII. 26 Aug.

14.

Grant by David,

25 Eliz. 27 June

15.

Bond

27 Eliz. 13 Sept.

16.

Similar bond of John Hayle, vicar of St. Cleeres, and of Garbrand Harkes, bookseller, for him

17 Jac. I. 11 Sept.

17.

Similar bond of Walter Evans, vicar of St. Cleres

1624. 21 Oct.

18.

Sale by Roger Thomas ap Jevan, and Anne his wife, to All Souls' College of a piece of land near Ravenswell, in the manor of Prior's towne or Eastowne of Langenith

26 Hen. VI. 24 May

petty sessions

3

13 Jan.

'

Souls,

Wm.

Wm.

Fryer, mercer, to deliver 11 pieces of black and 11 pieces of white frieze yearly to the College, as long as Gwyne continues proctor to the College at St. Cleres

s. and h. of Robert Maunxell, to All Souls' College of the land on which the church of Penuaritli is built, and the new cemetery there ^

of Evan Price, vicar of St. Cleres, to be content with the vicarage at its present rate

These two documents are now missing,

Chartarum.' * This document

is

l.iit

also missing.

K

are mentioned

in

the old

list

among

'Al/slractii

AKCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

130

LETTERS. [15th cent.]

19.

[1445-59.]

20.

Petition of Harry Hopkin, vicar of Penarth, to the king's commissary at Swansey for an augmentation of his living. The church, vicarage, glebe land, and part of the parish have been destroyed by drift sand P. 1

Warden Kele and

the College to Henry VI.:— Complain that Haddelsey, priest, and Sir Hugth John, knt., taking advantage of the great and inconvenient riots of late fallen within the realm, have seized on the priory of Langenith, and they beg the king's interference Draft, mutilated

Hugh

21.

Another draft of the same petition, with a draft of an obligation by Haddelsey enclosed Paper roll

LEASES. 24 Hen. VI.

1.

21 Sept.

32 Hen. VI.

2.

March

1

Lease by All Souls' College of the priory of St. Clare and the chapel of St. Kenin to Owen Don and William ap Jankyn ap Jevan ap Hoell

Of the same to Wm. Morys, of Kedwilley, Maurice Rede, and John Morys, of Oxford

20 Hen. VIII. 28 Sept.

3.

Of the rectory of St. Clare Gwine, M.D., of Oxford

26 Hen. VIII.

4.

Of the same

14 April

34 Hen. VIII.

to Dr.

to

John Broke,

clerk,

and Thos.

Gwyne, of Aldermanbury, and Elenore,

his wife 5.

Leases of the parsonages of Llangenith and Pennarde to John Roo, M.A., late fellow, and of tlie parsonage of Upchurch to Richard Holbroke, yeoman of the King's Pantry, dated 13 Oct. Copies. Pp. 4. Evidently torn out of a book

6.

Of the rectory of

1 Mary. 30 Nov.

7.

Of the parsonage of

10 Eliz.

8.

8 Sept.

35 Hen. VIII. 7

1

St. Clare to

21 Eliz.

St.

Of the parsonage of

St.

Ijougher, D.C.L. 9.

10.

Of the same

to the

same

Of the same

to the

same

same

to the

same

25 March

25

Eliz.

5

June

Clare and St.

Kennyns

to

Wm.

]Marten, of Garsington

June

12 Eliz. 1 July

1

William Marten, of London

Nov.

11.

Of

tlio

Clere and St. Kenvens to Robt.

LLANGENITH,

CLERE, PENARTH.

ST.

131

12.

Lease of the parsonage of St. Clare and St. Kenvens to Kobt. Lougher, gent.

13.

Of the same

to the

same

45 Eliz. 30 Nov.

14.

Of the same

to the

same

6 Jac. I. 12 April

15.

Of the same

to the

same

9 Jac.

16.

Of the same

to the

same

16 Jac. I. 27 Oct.

17.

Of the same

to



18.

33 1

Eliz.

6 Oct.

38

Eliz.

16 Nov.

I.

Dec.

1

19 Jac.

I.

19.

1

I.

20.

Nov.

Bond

Baker, of Lambeth

enclosed

License to Sir Thos. Mansell, of Margam, to let the parsonages of Langenith and Penarth

Lease of the parsonage of St. Clere and

Kenvens to With license

St.

Baker

26 Oct. 2 Car.

Wm.

Wm. to let

of St. Cleres and St. Kinnes, with the portion of pachiefranke due to the College, to Wm. Baker

Of the parsonage

Both parts and bond 29 April

21. Of the parsonages of Langeneth and Penarth, with[in] the lordship of Grower, and the prior's lands of Langeneth, to Both parts Sir Thos. Mansell, of Morgam, Bart.

6 Car.

22.

6 Car.

I.

I.

30 Oct. Car.

1

Of the parsonage of

St. Cleres, &c., to

Wm.

Baker, of

Lam-

beth I.

23.

Of the same

24.

Of the John Of the widow

Bond

same

to the

enclosed

30 April 1727.

4

May

1772. 15 April

25.

1780.

26.

24 Oct. 1781.

27.

1782. 26 April 1783. 22 Oct. 1786.

St. Clere and St. Knives to the Eev. Llwynerwn, Caermarthen Both parts

Phillips, of

Of the parsonages of Llangenith and Penarth Inn

Price, of Lincoln's 28.

let

Of the same

to Rev.

John

the said parsonages

and

John Phillips 30.

to Grrififydd

Both parts

License to John Bennett Popkin to

29. Lease of the parsonage of St. Clere

Phillips, of

St.

Knives to Rev. Both parts

Llwynerum, Caermar-

then

2 Nov.

1789.

parsonages of Llangenith and Penarth to Martha, of Thos. Popkin, of Kittlehill

Of the parsonage of John

30 Oct.

same to Walter Howel, vicar of Llandilo Vawr, and Evans, of Llanraarlais, Pembrokeshire

31.

Of the same

to the

same

32.

Of the same

to the

same

Both parts

20 Oct. 1792.

20 Oct. K

2

Both parts and license

to let

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

132

1795. 21 Oct.

33. Lease of the parsonage of St. Clere

and

St.

Knives to Eliza-

beth Phillips, of Llyn Crwn, widow 34.

Of the same

1799. 12 Oct.

35.

Of the parsonages

1801. 29 Oct.

36.

Of the parsonage of Llwyn Crwn

1804. IG April

37.

License to Samuel Hawkins to nith and Pennarth

1807.

38.

Lease of the parsonage of St. Cleres and St. Knives to John Lewis Phillips, esq., of Elwin Crwn

1808. 25 Oct.

39.

Of the parsonages

of Llangenith

1810.

40.

Of the parsonage

of St. Cleres and St. Knives to

1798.

to the

same

31 Oct.

20 Oct.

of Langenith and Pennarth to Samuel Hawkins, of Pall Mall, gent. Both parts and license to let St. Cleeres to

let

John Lewes Philipps, of the parsonage of Lange-

Both

2 Nov.

'parts

and

license to let

and Penarth to John Landeg, of Brinwillach, and Samuel Hawkins

Phillips, of

John Lewis

Elwin Crwn

MALOEIE MANEEIUM, TEEE^ IN WILLESDEN ET HALLESDEN. '

28 Edw. III. 10 March

28 Edw.

III.

1.

„ 6

Eelease by Will, de Northwelle, clerk, to Sir Bartholomew de Burghersshe, jun., of his estate in Willesdon, Harlesdon, and Chelchethe

2.

Grant by Sir Bartholomew de Burgherssh, jun., to John Pecche, clothier of London, of all his lands in Willesdon, Harleston, and Chelchehethe

3.

Power of attorney

4.

Grant by John Pecche to

18 April

11 Hen. IV.

8PECIALE8 GAETM:

March

the

manor

to deliver seisin

Wm.

and Katherine Costantyn of

of Malleres, Middx.

13 Hen. IV. 6 Dec.

5.

Grant by Pecche of the reversion of Malerys, with appurtenances in Willesdon, Padyngton, Harleston, Chilcehith, and Fulham, to Elias Davy, mercer of London

13 Hen. IV. 13 May

6.

Fine for the conveyance of Malres Costantyne to Elias Davy

13 Hen. IV.

7.

Grant by Thos. Cook of the reversion of K. Costantyn

8.

Counterpart of the above

20 June „

by

Wm.

and K.

Two copies Malres to W. and

MALORIE MANERIUM, TERR^ IN WILLESDEN ET HALLESDEN. Jlen. V.

1

9.

Easter

133

conveyance of ]Malres by Elias Davy to William and Katherine Const an tyn

P'ine for the

Davy

10.

Release by John Pecche to Elias manor of Mallorys

3 Hen. V. Easter

11.

Fine

Hen. V. Nov.

12.

Fine for the conveyance of Maleryce by John and Katherine Pecche to Elias Davy

Hen. VI.

13.

Grrant by Elias

14.

Power of attorney

15.

Fine

Hen. V.

1

1

9

8 Oct.

1 1

7

7

March „

10 Hen. VI.

10 Hen. VI.

for the conveyance of Malres by stantyn to Elias Davy

16.

7 June

Wm.

and K. Con-

Davy of the manor of Maleryce to Robt. Large, Thos. Bataill, Thos. Osbarn, and Thos. Dollay to deliver seisin

conveyance of Maloryes by Elias and Matilda Hardewyk, John Leveryngton, and John Three copies Wassheburne for the

Davy

term

Hil.

of his estate in the

to

Wm.

Grant by Hardewyk, &c., to Wm. Crowmere, John Brokle, John Carpenter, and others, of the manor of Maloryes

17.

Power

10 Hen. VI. 15 June

18.

Release by Elias Davy of his estate in Maloryes to Crovvmere, Brokle, &c.

10 Hen. VI. 27 June

19.

Release of

16 Hen. VI.

20.



27

others, to

May „

of attorney to deliver seisin

21.

Maloryes by Robt. Large, Thos. Bataill, and Crowmere, Brokle, &c.

Grant by John Brokle, John Carpenter, and others, to Thos. Chichele, Hen. Penwortham, and Robt. Danvers, of the manor of Maloryes

Power

of attorney to deliver seisin

3 Hen. V. 25 Dec.

22.

Grant by John Algar to Robt. Algar of the reversion of a messuage and land in Shepcote, Chirchefeld, Hungerhill, and Fortonfeld, in Willesdon

Hen.VL

23.

Grant by Robt. Algar, of Yelling, to Wm. Crowmere, Brokle, and others, of a messuage in Harleston and Willesdon given him by his brother John

Hen. VI. 4 Nov.

24.

Grant by Thos. Fylkes,

Hen. VI. 15 Jan.

25.

10

16 July

1

1 1

' peautrer,' and Thos. Daunt, ' peynThos. Charleton, Thos. Frowyk, Hen. Frowyk, Robt. Warner, and others, of all their lands in Willesden

tour,' to Sir

Grant by Sir Thos. Charleton, Thos. and Hen. Frowyk, &c., to Crowmere, Brokle, &c., of all their lands in Willesdon

26.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

134 3 Hen, VI. 6 Feb.

Grant by Elias Davy, John Welles, John Wasshebourne, and Ric. Osbarne, to Peter Weston, Thos. Sampson, Wm. Sydenay, John Hervy, and Ralph Holland, of their lands

27.

in Willesdon

3 Hen. VI.

10

10 Hen, VI. 1 7 Dec.

mentioned in the preceding by Elias Weston, &c.

28. Release of the lands

Davy

F'eb.

29.

to Peter

Grant by Weston, Sampson, &c., of their lands

in

Wil-

lesden to Robt. Clopton, Robt. Colbrook, Nic. Yoo, and

John CoUop

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

„ 10 Hen. VI. 26 Dec.

30. 31.

Release by Peter Weston to Clopton, &c., of his estate in the same lands

16 Hen. VI. 27 May

32.

Grant by Clopton, Yoo, and Collop to Thos. Chichele, Penwortham, and Dan vers, of their lands in Willesdon



33.

Power

10 Hen. VI. 3 April

34.

Grant by Richard Cok and John Hergeste to Clopton, Colbrook, and Collop, of Nethirshirwykfeld,' in Willesdon

10 Hen. VI.

35.

Release by Robt. Wraton, John Penne, and Robt. Wade to Clopton, Colbrook, and Collop, of their estate in Nethirshirwykfeld

36.

Grant by Clopton and Colop to Thos. Chichele, Penwortham, and Danvers, of Nethirshirwykfeld

37.

Power of attorney

38.

Memorandum

'

6 April

16 Hen. VI. 27 May



20 Hen. VI.

of attorney to deliver seisin

5 Feb. '

to deliver seisin

of the surrender of Malloryes to the king by Thos. Chicheley and Danvers The letters paten tes hereof are with the evidence of Langenith '

20 Hen. VI. 24 April

39.

Memorandum '

of the surrender of JNIalloryes to the king,

and the grant thereof by him to All Souls' College Note that this surrender under seale is with the evidence of Langennytli

4 Hen. VI I. ]

40.

Memorandum

of

tlie

Act of Parliament confirming their

possessions to All Souls' College

3 Jan. '

this Act of Parliament under seale remayneth with the evidences in Whadborowe boxe

Note that

'CABT2E DIVEIiSAh'UM TERliAEUM IN ET WILLESDEN.' 26 Edw.

I.

21 Dec.

41.

HABLESTON

Grant by Ralph, son of Thos. Tyrrel, of Wyledene, of his nativus, John, son of Peter de Odwyk, with all his progeny, and land in Wyledene, to Wm. de Northone and Alice Tyrel, his wife

MALORIE MANERIUM, TERR^ IN WILLESDEN ET HALLESDEN. 27 Edw. I. 24 jNIay

135

by Eobt. Algor, of Stebenhetb, to bis brother Roger Swetiug, of a messuage in Twyford, Middx., formerly belonging to Algor Atte Brok

42. Release

43.

Grant by William le Barber, of Harlestone, to William Whitteye, of a messuage and lands at Willesden

44.

Grant by Peter de Sternie, formerly rector of St. Mary's Westuyford, to Stephen and Alice le Webbe, of a messuage, land, and rent in Westuyford

45.

Grant by John de Ompyngham, of Harleston, Margaret Kneyth, of land at Mochelbrok

25 Edw. III. 7 July

46.

Grant by John Erlich, of Harleston,

27 Edw.

47.

Grant by John Schirloc Wyllesdon Mersch

33 Edw. III. 10 May

48.

Grant by John Cornehull, of Pynnore, messuage on Willesdone Grene

33 Edw. III. 4 Aug.

49.

Grant by John Elrich, of Harleston,

33 Edw. III. 25 Nov.

50. Release

34 Edw. III.

51.

12 Edw. II. 26 March

19 Edw. [III.]

29 Aug.

11

III.

in

May

*

la

to

to

John and

John Knyft,

of land

Dene to

John and Alice Knyt, of land

to

in

John Knyt, of a

to

John and Alice Knyt,

of land in Fortonefeid, Harleston

by Wm. and Rose Symond, Ric. and Matilda Hervy, and Andrew Atte Elme, of all actions against John and Alice Knyght

Grant by John Elrich, of Harleston,

to

John Knyht of a

croft at Harleston

2 Feb.

34 Edw. III.

52.

March 37 Edw. III. 12 March

Grant by Thos. Fitter in Wilesdon Mersh

53.

Grant by Peter Atte Hacche to John Knight of land in

1

38 Edw. III. 23 May 8 Ric. II. 14 Feb.

to

John Knyt, of

'

Liphokgesmede,'

Cherchefeld, Willesdon 54.

Grant by John Erlich to John Knyt of land in Fortonfeld

55.

Grant by John Knygth, of Harleston, to William, vicar of Willesdon, and John Twyford, jun., of all lands acquired from Adam Schurlok and John Cornehylle

56.

Power of attorney

10 Ric. II. 8 July

57.

Grant by William, vicar of Willesdon, and John Twyford to Alice Knyghte, of the land granted to them by John

1

Hen. IV. 8 June

58.

Grant by Agnes Knyghte, of Chelchehyth, to William Wyldschyr, carpenter of London, and Thos. Est, mercer, of the lands inherited from Alice Knyght, deceased

8

Hen. IV.

59. jGrant



to deliver seisin

Knyght

5 Sept.

by Wyldschyr and Est to John and Agnes Algar, of Willesdon, of the lands inherited by the said Agnes from Alice

Knyght

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

136 3 Hen. V. 10 Sept.

60.

Grant by William Walker, rector of Baldok, to John Est, of Chelchythe, John Kyngwode, Thos. de la Down, of Willesdon, and Hugh Hunte, of Chelchithe, of lands granted him by John Knyzt, of Harlyston

3 Hen. Y. 20 Sept.

61.

Grant by John Algar to Elias Davy, John Fray, and others, of the lands in Willesdon granted him by Wyldschyr and Est

62.

Grant by Davy, PVay, &c., to Wrn. Crowmere, John Brokle, and others, of the lands acquired by them from John

Hen.VL

10

June

7

Algar

10 Hen. VI. 6 July

1 1

Hen. YI.

63.

Power of attorney

64.

Grant by Lawrence Hierde, Wm. Atte Wode, Hen. Trevowlance, and others, to Crowmere, Brokle, &c., of Prentysecrofte and Rogeres Crofte, in Willesdon

65.

Power of attorney

66.

Grant by Herde, Atte Wode, &c., to Clopton, Crowmere, Brokle, &c., of tenements and land at Harleston Green, called Ramsistris and Tevnacris

67.

Release by Elias Davy, John Carpenter, and others, to Robt. Malton, Wni. Maunby, and Thos. Willesdon, of a rent of 1 8(^. from Netherfeld, Willesdon

31 Oct.

Hen. Y. 21 March

7

36 Hen. YI. 23 Oct.

68. Sale

38 Hen. YI. 20 April

69.

5[Edw.

to deliver seisin

by William Leke, warden of All Souls, to Bartilmewe Wyllesdon of the wood and underwood in Stylecrofts, Wyllesdon

Release of all demands by Henry Aubre, of Halywell, Middx., to Wm. Poteman, warden of All Souls' College

lY.?] 70. Writ to All Souls' College to give up 10 acres in Wyllesdon to

5

to deliver seisin

Edw. lY.

71.

18 Oct.

Bartholomew Wyllesdon

Receipt by Bartholomew Willesdon, of London, of 4s. quit rent of Arnoldislandes, Hendon, from All Souls' College

Edw. IV. 18 Oct.

72.

Receipt by Bartholomew Willesdon, of London, of 4s. quit rent of Arnoldeslondes, Hendon, from All Souls' College

14 Edw. lY.

73.

Receipt by B. Willesdon from All Souls' College of 4s. quit rent of Arnoldislondes

74.

Release by Sir Thos. Frowyk, Ric. Foorde, Bartholomew Willesdon, and Roger Frende, to All Souls' College, of their estate in Nethyrfelde, Willesdon

75.

Bounds of Nethyrfeld.

76.

Receipt by the Commissioners of Enclosures of Willesden of 170^. 13s. Sd. from All Souls' College for 2 pieces of land

77.

Conveyance of two pieces of land on the south side of the

8

1

8 Oct.

21 Edw. lY.

20 Nov.

[Edw.

I Y.]

1818.

25

May

1835.

29 Sept.

'

Pro Bartholomffio Willesdon

Harrow Road by Thos. Harrison

to All Souls' College

Two

deeds

MALORIE MANERIUM, TERR^ IN WILLESDEN ET HALLESDEN. Harleston and Willesden

16-19 H. VI.

78.

Court

21 Hen. VI. 29 Nov.

79.

Bond by Robert

1457.

80.

Computus of John

81.

'

roll of

137

Canterbury for

Fish, of Harleston, to

Henry archbp.

of

29^.

Carley, farmer at Harlesden

The quit rent that

All Souls' College doth paie for thare landes lyinge in the parish of Willisden, Fullam, and Copy of an older 'paper Chelsy '

1569.

82.

Memorandum

13 Eliz.

of 14s. rent for Brokefeild, Ashehili, JMalories

garden and croft, due to John Walbank, farmer of Chambre's prebend at Willesdon

29 Sept. 83.

A

roll of three papers ' touching a suit for lands in Fullam,' of which one is ' a copie of the enrowlment of Robert Sandwith intitleing my lord of London to the Collegd lands in Fulham, shewing what was done touching that

matter 1608.

10s. by Wm. Marsh, collector for the poor at Willesden, from the riding bursar of All Souls' College

84. Receipt for

22 Sept.

85. List of trees

'

remaining at Mr. Francklin's, at Willesdon

HALLESDEN, PEBIiYCBOFT, WILLESDEN. OLD leases:

Lease by All Souls' College of the manors of Harleston and Wyllesdon, Middx.,toWilliamDalton and John Frankeleyn

32 Hen. VI. 6 July

1.

36 Hen. VI. 19 Dec.

2.

[1466-94.]

3.

19 Hen. VII.

4.

Lease by All Souls' College of a rood of land at Wyllysdon

5.

Of lands and tenements

I

Wm.

May

9 Hen. VIII.

Of the manors

John

Wm.

Hursle}^ at Harleston

and Willesdon to

6.

Of the farm called Perrycrofte in Willesdon Honywoodde, archdeacon of Taunton

10 Hen. VIII. 30 Nov.

7.

Of the same land

27 Hen. VIII. 6 Jan.

8.

Edw. VI. 16 1

6

Master

Wm.

Robert

Broke, doctor, for a term

Of lands in Harleston and Willesdon

to

Wm.

Walker, B.C.L.,

fellow of the College 9.

10.

May

10 Eliz. 6 Nov.

to

to Dr.

of 60 years

May

Edw. VI.

6

Wm.

Cade, of Harleston

10 Hen. VIII. I I Nov.

1

Bernefile,

and John Carley

Draft of a lease by Warden Stokes of the College lands and tenements in Willesden to Wm. Redyng Paper roll to

29 March

of Harlston and Wilsdon to

Bernefile,

11.

Of the manor of Harleston to Wm. Shepperd and part of another deed about Kingsbury Copy. Pp. 4 Of the manor and farm of Harleston to Wm. Sheparde, of Wylsdon Both parts Of the manor and farm of Harleston to Thos. Shepparde, of Kingsbury, yeoman ;

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

138

12.

Lease by All Souls' College of the manor and farm of Harlsden in Wilsden to John Frankelin, of Stanmer the Less

17 Eliz. 14 Oct.

13.

Of the farm of Harlsden and Wilsden called Pericrofte Henry Jackeson, servant to the warden and College

26 Eliz. 20 Aug.

14.

Of the manor and farm

16 Eliz. 9 Jan.

Stanmore the

of Harlesden to

Of the farm of Harlsden and Wilsden John Franklin, of Oxford

34 Eliz. 30 Nov.

16.

Of the same land

3 Jac. I. 6 April

17.

Of the farm

4 Jac. I. 29 Oct.

18.

Eliz.

2 Dec.

6 Jac. I. 8 Oct.

to

called Perricrofte to

John Franklin, of Stanmore the

called Perrycrofte in Willesdon

less

and Harlesden

to Eichai'd Franklin

19.

Of the farm

Of the farm

of Harlesden to Richard Franklin

of Harlesden, with lands belonging thereto and P\dham, to Ric. Francklin

in Willesden, Chelsea, 20.



John Franklin, of

lesser

15.

32

to

Bond by Francis Jackson, for

the performance

of London, to All Souls' College, of the same date to

of a lease

Franklin 9 Jac. I. 19 Dec.

„ 16 Jac. 1. 8 Oct.

21.

Lease of Perrycroft to Richard Franklin, of Dalley's Hill

22.

Of the farm of Hai'lesden and lands and Fidham, to Richard Franklin

23.

Of Harlsden Farm, with lands in Willsden, Fulham, to Sir John P^anklin, of Willsden

Bond

enclosed

in Wilsden, Chelsea,

Chelsea, and

Bond enclosed 24.



Of Perrie Croft

in Wilsden, Kate Field, Beaver Lands, the Hether Low, and Frog Pooles, to Sir John Franklin, of

Bond

Dalleyes Hill 1

Car.

I.

25.

24 Nov. 26.



8 Car.

I.

Of a house and ground called Perrie Croft, in the parish of Wilsden, to Sir John Franklyn, of Dallyes Hill Both jjarts and bond Of the farm of Harlsden and the lands thereto belonging in Wilsden, Chelsay,Full]iam, and elsewhere in Middlesex, to the same Both parts and bond

27.

Of

28.

Of Harlsden

to tlie

same

29.

Of the same

to the

same

30.

Of Perricrofts to the same Of Turners Field Grove in Willesden, and Bushfield Queach in Fulham, to Thos. Bird^ of Kensington

Perriecroft to Sir

John Franklin, of Willesden

Bond

30 Oct. „ 15 Car. I. 31 Oct.

„ 1724.

30 Oct.

enclosed

31.

enclosed

HALLESDEN, PERRYCROFT, WILLESDEN. 1776. 3 Nov.

32.

1782.

33.

139

Lease of Cricklewood, the Bushfield Haiight, and other woods in Willesden, Chelsea, and Fulham, to Wm. Godfrey, of

26 April

OLD LEASES.

Westbourne Green

Of Turner's Field Grove and Bushfield Grove, Willesden, and Bushfield Meade in Fulham, to Jonathan Alderton, of Westminster

1789.

34.

Of Turnersfield grove and Bushfield Queach

Jonathan Both parts

to

Alderton, of Westminster

25 April

Wm.

35.

Of Harlesden Farm



36.

Of Berrycroft and four



37. Of Cricklewood, Bushfield Haughts, Bushfield Queach, and other land in Willesden, Chelsea, and Fulham to Wm.

1794. 3 Nov.

to

Godfrey, of Westbourn Green

closes in

Edgware

to

W.

Godfrey

Godfrey 1796. 22 April

38.

1801. 29 Oct.

39.

Of Turnersfield grove,

&c., to

Jonathan Alderton

Both parts

Of Harlesden Farm

to

Wm.

Godfrey Both parts and license



40.

Of



41.

Of Cricklewood,

1803. 29 April

42.

Of

1808.

43.

Of a messuage and Berry Croft

same Both parts and the same Both parts and

to let

Berrycroft, &c., to the &c., to

license to let

license to let

Turnersfield Grove, &c., to Jonathan Alderton to

Both parts William Godfrey

25 Oct.

Wm.

„ 1810. 1 April

44.

Of Cricklewood,

45.

Of Turnersfield Grove,

1817.

46.

Of Turnersfield Grove,

1824. 29 April.

47.

Of Turner's Field Grove,

1826. 13 April

48.

Of Turner's Field Grove,

&c., to Joseph

Smith

1826. 10 Nov.

49.

Of Turner's Field Grove,

&c., to Joseph

Smith

1828.

50.

Of land



51.



52.

1828. 5 Dec.

53.

Of Kelsal Green Farm to Mary Carty Of Cricklewood Farm to Lieut. Benjamin Lewis, R.N. Of land at Church End, Willesden, to Wm. Bean

1

&c., to

Godfrey

&c., to

Evan Edwards,

Street, butcher

&c., to

of Oxford Both parts

Evan Edwards

30 April

Smith Both parts and license

&c., to Joseph

Both parts

at

Neasdon

to

James Hall

29 Oct.

?>



to let

54. 65.

Of Willesden Green Farm to Wm. Dickenson Of land at Willesden to Thos. Philpott

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

140

183L

56.

Lease of Turner's Field Grove to Joseph Smith

1832. 21 April

57.

Of Cricklewood Farm

1833.

68.

Of Willesden Green Farm

59.

Of land

60.

Of Turner's Field Grove,

Both parts

23 April to

James Bennett to

Wm.

Dickenson

26 Dec. 1836.

at Willesden

Green to James Read

24 June 1838. 3 Nov.

iS:c.,

to Joseph

Smith

CHELSEA. 61.

Lease of part of Bushfield Grove, in Chelsea, to Richard Both parts Pitman, solicitor

1828. 5 Dec.

62..

Of four

1831. 16 April

63.

Of part of Bushfield Grove

1838. 27 April

64.

Of the same

1826. 13 April

closes in the parish of St.

Knight, of

Luke, Chelsea, to Thos.

St. George's, INIiddx.

to the

to Ric.

Pitman

Both parts

same

FULHAM. 1826.

65.

Lease of Bushfield Mead, Fulham, to John Burleton

Both parts

10 Nov. 1831.

66.

Of the same

to the

Both parts

same

16 April

NEWLANDS, MIDLEY, OLD EOMNEY. 27 Edw. III. 29 Nov.

1.

29 Edw. II 16 June

2.

36 Edw. III. 22 Dec.

3.



4.

Grant by Robert and Joan de Portismouwe and others, to

Henry de Geseborne,

of lands in JNIyddele

Grant by Stephen, son of Roger de Hope, to Henry and Celestria Goldyne, of 14 acres in Middele

Grant by Henry Aucher, of Newynden, of all his tenements in Middele and Old Romeni to John Lambsyn, jun., of Fairefelde

36 Edw. III. 26 Dec.

5.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

Grant by John Lambsyn, jun., to Henry Aucher, of 10 marks annual rent from liis lands in ^Middele, Fairefeld, and Old Romene

NEW LANDS, MID LEY, OLD ROMNEY. 36 Edw. III. 26 Dec.

6.

38 Edw. III. 20 April

7.

Henry Aucher accepts

40^.

141

from John Lambsyn in

lieu of

the rent of 10 mks.

Indenture between John Lambsyn and John Atte Wode concerning the rent payable by the former for land

m

Middele and Aldyngton

40 Edw.

III.

8.

28 April

Lease of the churches of Eomenal by Robt. de Roureto, procurator of the abbey of Pontigny, to John de Wymborne, rector of Westwell, and Wm. le Clerk, of

Romene 9.

Grant by John Lampsyn to Thos, Birlyng, of 4 acres of land in Middele and Aldyngton

10.

Grant by Alexander and Idonia Taillour to Thos. Birlyng, of all their lands in Lyde and New Langport

46 Edw. III. 22 May

11.

Grant by Thos., son and heir of the late Thos. Hope, of Romene, to Thos. and Joan Birlyng, of 11^ acres of land in Middele

47 Edw. III. 16 May

12.

Grant by Thos. Byrl3mg land in Middeley

47 Edw. III.

13.

Grant by John Lampsyn to Thos. Birlyng, of Lyde, and Joan his wife, Lampsyn's daughter, of all his lands in Old Romene and Middele

14.

Counterpart of the preceding

15.

Grant by John Lampsyn to Thos. Byrlyng, of 8 acres in Newland, Middele

16.

Grant by Ric. Dieryng, of Lyde,

42 Edw.

III.

5 Dec.

46 Edw.

III.

2 Feb.

1 1

Sept.

??

1

Ric. 11.

24 Nov. 3 Ric. II. 20 July

to

acres in Middele, in the

John Lampsyn, of 8 acres of

to Robt. Cokkyl, of 2 tenure of the heir of Hen.

Aucher 5 Ric. II.

17.

9 Feb. 5 Ric. II.

Grant by William Grenstrete to Robt. Cokkyl, of land in St. Clement's,

18.

15 March

Romene

Grant by Thos., son and heir of Hamo Lonecok, of Romene, to Eliz., widow of John Davy, of 2 acres in Middele

13 Ric. 11. 10 April

19.

Grant by Eliz., widow of John Davy, to Thos. Godefrey, of 2^ acres in Middele

17 Ric. II. 3 April

20.

Grant by John Byrlyng in Lede

18 Ric. II. 4 June

21.

Grant by John Byrlyng to Thos. Warde, of Oldromne, and John Reve, of liis lands in Lede and Middele

22.

Power



18 Ric.

II.

19 Ric. II. 10 Dec.

Thos. 24.

'

Prestfelde,'

of attorney to deliver seisin

23. Release of lands in

5 June

to Thos. Godfrey, of

Lede and Middele by John Byrlyng

to

Warde

Grant by Agnes, daughter of Matthew Goldyne, to Simon Spite, of all the lands inherited from her father in Promhell, and in the tenure of the Courts of Blecchyng and tlie convent of Robertsbridge

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

142

19 Ric. IL 10 Dec. 19 Ric. IL 30 Jan.

25,

Power of attorney

26.

to deliver seisin

19 Ric. IL 4 Feb.

27.

19 Ric. IL 6 Feb.

28.

Grant by Thos. Ward and John Eeve to Thos. Godefrey, of 11^ acres of land in Middele Grant by Thos. Ward and John Eieve to Thos. Godefrey, of the lands acquired by him from John Birlyng Another deed with further stipulations concerning the same

29.

Counterpart of the above

30.

Grant by

59

Hen. IV.

1

lands

Romene

10 Oct.

John Davy of 5

acres

Middele and Old

in

Thomas Godefrey

to

2 Hen. IV. 30 Oct.

3L Grant by Walter Menyl, William Swon, and

2 Hen. IV.

32.

June 6 Hen. IV. 28 June

33.

others, to

Thos. Godefrey, of 14 acres called Goldyneslandes

Grant by Stephen Fuete

to

Simon Spite

of land in

Lyde

3

7

Hen. [IV.] Mich.

34.

Wm. Wodeman, Thos. Chepman, and others, to Hamo Aleyn, of lands granted to hira and them by Thos. and Joan Godfray Fine for the conveyance of a messuage and 100 acres in Old Romene, Lyde, and Middele, by Thos. and Joan Godfrey to Hamo Aleyn and Thos. Chapman Grant by Peter Bokefunte, Thos. Davy, and Wm. Palmer to John Jamys, of Hethe, and Alice Fleger, of 7 acres in Myddelee Partition of the lands of John Davy, of Olde Romene, between Wm. and Avicia Yonge and John Smyth, of BilRelease by Stephen Pypere,

8 Hen. IV. 12 Oct.

35.

8 Hen. IV. 3 June

36.

8 Hen. IV. 8 Sept.

37.

Settlement between Thos. Godfray and Wm. and Avicia Yonge, concerning the lands of John Davy

12 Hen. IV.

38.

Grant by Alicia, widow of John Jamys, and John Massey, of 2 messuages

syngtone

10

May

to Thos. in

St.

Godfray Martin's,

Romene 7 Hen. V. 26 May

39.

Grant by Ricliard Aleyn and John Andrew to Hamo Aleyn and Thos. Philip, of land in Myddelee, in the tenure of

7

Hen. V. 24 June

40.

Grant by Ric, son of Simon Berlyng, of 8 acres in Middele and Lyde to Thos. Godefray

7

Hen. V. 25 June

41.

Grant by Ric, son of Simon Berlynge, to Thos. Godefray, of the reversion of 8 acres of land in Middele and Lyde

the heirs of

9 Hen. V. 31 May

42. Release

9 Hen. V.

43.

Hamo

Aleyn and Matthew Randolff to Thos.

lands and tenements in Old Mydele, and Stone, granted to them by him

Godffray,

27 Nov. 10 Hen. V. 28 Aug.

by

Henry Auclier

44.

of

Romeney,

Grant by Hamo Aleyn, of Mydle, to Thos. Godfrey, of acres on the high road from Le Sunipe to Brokebregge, and \^ acre near the road Release by Thos. Philyp to Tlios. Godfrey, of tenements in Old Roiueno, Middele, and Stone, granted to the former and otliers l)y the latter 1

NEWLANDS, MIDLEY, OLD ROMNEY. 1

Hen. VI. 24 July

3 Hen. VI. 1

by Hamo Aleyn to Thos. Godfray of the reversion of 63 acres of land in Old Romene and Middeley

45. Grrant

46.

Grant by Will. Partrych, of Tonebregge, and John Swannefeld, of Burgherssh, to Simon Newlond, of the reversion of lands granted them by Wm. Spete

47.

Grant by Thos. Godefray to Andrew Eyllewen, clerk, John Galewey, Ric. Glovere, and John Shalwell, of Lyde, of all his lands in Kent, Sussex, and elsewhere

48.

Power of attorney to deliver by Thos. Godfrey of

6 July

5 Hen. VI. 19 Dec.

„ 5 Hen. VI.

143

49. Release

seisin his lands to

Eyllewyn, &c.

4 Jan. 5 Hen. VI. 20 Jan.

50.

Grant by Andrew Aylewyn and others to Margery Chapman, daughter of Nich. Godefray, of the rent from the lands in Stone late belonging to her father

6 Hen. VI. 7 Oct.

51.

Release by Ric, son of Simon Birlynge, to Andrew Eyllewen, Ric. Glovere, John Galewey, and John Shalwell, of 8 acres in IMiddele and Lyde

6 Hen. VI. 16 April

52.

6 Hen. VI.

53.

Grant by Aylewyn, &c., to Wm. Tumour and Stephen Wayte, of the lands granted to them by Thos. Godefray

Grant by

Wm. Tumour

Andrew Aylewyn and

25 April

of half Thos. Godefray's lands to

Ric. Glover

by Alex. Cheyne and Nic. Hawden

Wm. Tumour

Hen. VI. 20 July

54. Release

9 Hen. VI. 6 Dec.

55. Release

9 Hen. VI. 12 Dec.

56.

Grant by Aylewynne and Glovere of half Godefrey's lands to Abp. Chichele, Thos. Broun, Roger Heron, and John



57.

Grant by William Tournour of half Godefrey's lands to Abp. Chichele and others

20 Hen. VI. 12 Feb.

58.

Grant by Thos. Warde, John Holneherst, and Thos. Shrympyndon to Aylewyn, of land and salt marsh in Mydlee

20 Hen. VI. 1 Aug.

59. Release

21 Hen. VI. 18 March

60. Abp. Chichele's

7

to

of their title to Godfrey's lands

by John Baker and John Blakeman to nour of their estate in Godefrey's lands

Wm.

Tur-

Piers

of

Hope to

35 Hen. VI. Mich.

by Thos. Halle, of Hothfeld, to Andrew Aylewyn, Hokymouris Marssh, alias Midle Marsh, in Mydlee

61.

Fine

power of attorney to deliver seisin of lands in All Saints, Ivecherche, and Brensete, in Romney,

Wm.

Biconyll and others

Seal with Chichele s

arms

the conveyance of salt marsh in Ivechirche, Broklonde, Pounteney, Midley, Romney, Old Romney, Brenset, Snargate, and Fairfeld, by Thos. and Elisota for

Stukpeny, to John

35 Hen. VI. 18 Nov.

62. Fine

37 Hen. VI. 16 June

63.

for the

Engeham

conveyance of marsh in Mydle, by John and

Alice Joseph, to

Andrew Aylewyn

Grant by Thos. Aylewyn to John Engeham, of Wodechirche, of 40 acres of salt marsh in Mydlee, and the quarter of 14 acres in Neweland

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

144 6 Edw. IV. 24 Feb.

64.

Grant by Peter and John Presden, of Wodechirche, and John Swan, of Lyde, to John Engeham, of 9 acres in Newlond, Mydlee

19 Edw. IV. I Aug.

65.

Grant by Kic. Derynge, of Plidcle, to John Engeham, of 14 acres in Newelond, pariah of Mydle

19 Edw. IV. 3 Aug.

66. Eelease

by John Derynge, of Godmodrysham, younger brother of Ric. Derynge, of his estate in the same land to

2 Ric. III. II Oct.

67.

John Engeham

Grant by John Playford, alias Newlond, to John Hawkyns, Thos. Love, and Hen. Weston, of all his lands in Lyde and Promhell, except a garden called ' Popinjay '

25 Hen. VIII. 68. Sale by Ric. Engeham to Wm. Mershe of his estate in 160 acres of marsh in Mydle and Promhyll 20 Feb. 28 Hen. VIII. 69. Indenture between All Souls' College and Walter and Thos. Henle, of Cranbrook, concerning the settlement of their 3 July variance about lands in Midley

28 Hen. VIII. 70. Release of 20 acres of marsh in ' le Newlande,' by Walter and Thos. Hendle, to All Souls' College 7 July 29 Hen. VIII. 21 Nov.

71.

22 Nov.

72.

29 Hen. VIII. 23 Nov.

Award of

arbitrators

between All Souls' College and Ric.

Engeham concerning 200

acres called

Newland

Deed declaring the above

73. Release of his estate in

'

Newland by

Ric.

'

Engeham

to All

Souls' College



74.

Receipt by Ric. Engeham of 30/. from All Souls' College in pursuance of the awaid

29 Hen. VIII. 26 Jan.

75.

Another receipt by Ric. Engeham of

29 Hen. VIII. 28 Jan.

76.

Mary.

1

1

2

Mary. June

from All

Another receipt by Ric. Engeham of

30/.

from All Souls'

College 77.

Ric. Engeham will accept a lease of pastures in the parish of Hope, in lieu of the 40/. due to him by the College

78.

Release by Ric. and Vincent Engeham of lands in Newelond to All Souls' College, in consequence of the arbitra-

6 June

1

261. 13s. 4(Z.

Souls' College

tion

31 Eliz.

79. Exemplification of No.

10 June

34 at the request of Robt. Hoven-

den

31 Eliz. 21 Oct.

80. Exemplification of a verdict in the King's

35 Eliz.

81.

Bench against John Eppes, who claimed lands within Newl^mdes

44

Eliz.

20 Nov.

'Mr. Eppes,

his release of his pretended right in

Newe-

landes'

7 April 82.

of Wm. Towse and Clement Stuppeny to save the College harmless from damages for an entry to be made on the lands of Ric. Smyth

Bond

NEWLANnS, MIDLEY, OLD ROMNEY. Edw. IV.

6

1467.

84.

by George Houton that the accounts of the Lydde for the past year have been examined before the auditors of the Archbp. of Canterbury

Certificate

Edw. IV.

College's collector at

6 Dec.

15th cent.

Kent to distrain upon the Romney, held by All Souls'

83. Copies of writs to the sheriff of

lands of the late priory of College

7

11-5

85.

An

Rental of Newlands

imperfect vellum roll

5-6 Edw. VI. 86 Memorandum of the mersshe land and watering paid at Romney Marsh and Brencett 87.

scotts

Bundle containing a draft indenture with the College and their variance with

other papers connected with

Ric.

Engeham Midley meadows,

1571-1578.

88.

Four receipts

1585.

89.

'

Touching arrerages of lands

'

Romney.

'

Mr.

30 Eliz. 90. 10 Dec. [1571-1614.] 91.

Stafifordes notes for a

Newe Romneye

92.

Another copy, endorsed

93.

A

[1571-1614.] 94.

'

in

bundle of

'

v^c.

Wickam

Maxtedes lease proving a way

sonage of

1589.

for rents for

way

'

to 5 acres land of the par-

'

Endd. by Hovedeii

Romnye.

Proofes for a waie

law proceedings, and notes of evidences relating to a claim of John Eppes to land in Neweland belonging to tlie College briefs,

The contents

Two papers

of the acres in Newlandes

LETTERS. [1466-94.] 20 Aug,

95.

[1526-3.3.]

96.

1

to

Warden Stokys

:

— Concerning

Epps'

claim to lands in Newlands

5 Dec.

18 Feb.

John Engeham



Richard Engeham to Dr. Woodward, warden: Sends his cousin with evidences concerning 200 acres in Newlonde which the College has long time wrongfully withheld from him. Great Chart

Engeham

to Mr. Ric. Master :— The warden is beyond Desires him to cause the ' bowlsers to sue out a wi-it of dedimus potestatem to Sir Thos. Movie and

97. Ric.

sea.

'

Mr. Toke 1556.

98.

20 Aug.

Souls: 99.

[1558-65.] 22 May

Stephen

Another

100. Ric.

Thornherst to [Seth Holland], warden of All their controversy with Ric. Engeham

—Concerning letter

Engeham

from the same, not dated to

[Warden Warner] :— Sends

cent with copies of evidences of the traverse between him and the College

L

his son

lands

Vin-

lately

in

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS'

MG Nov.

1

24 Nov.

101.

COLLEGl-:.

Engeham to Warden Warner :— His father and he are content to make what assurances he wishes, and he has money and an obligation to pay the College for the release and indenture

Vincent

Engeham

Warden Warner



Desires to sue out they wisli him to do any act for assurance of the bargain between tliem

102. Richard

a

dedimvs

to

:

potestate'in, if

LEASES. 8 Hen. VIII. 20 Feb.

1.

25 Hen. VIII.

2.

Lease by All Souls' College of their meadows called Newlande in Medley to Richard Stuppeny, of New Rumney

Of Newelande

to Richard

28 Hen. VIII. 1

Engeham,

Paper, addressed

18 Jan. 3.

July

of Great Chart to

Warden Woodtuard

Of the Newe lande to John Baker, general attorney of the duchy of Lancaster, and Stephen Thornherste, of Apuldro

Bond

34 Hen. VIII. 30 June

4.

34 Hen. VIII. 10 Nov.

5.

of Thos. Dygges, of Newyngton, Walter Moyle, and Antony Aucher, for the observance of the covenant of John Mason with the College Lease of the Newland to Stephen Thoraherst

6.

Of the same

to the

same

7.

Of the same

to the

same

8.

Of the same

to the

same

10 Eliz. 15 Oct.

9.

Of the Newe Land

2 Eliz.

10.

Edw. VI.

2

9 Oct. 1

&

2 P.

& M.

22 April 1

Eliz.

27 Oct.

1

to Francis Culpeper, of the Inner

Bond Of the same

Temple enclosed

same

to the

Oct.

30 Eliz. 13 June 1

1

11.

3 Jac. I. 13 Oct.

12.

7 Jac. I.

13.

Of the New Lande Court, Kent

Of the New Land

Car.

I.

to Thos.

Of the Newe Lande

to Sir

B.C.L. 14.

Of the New Land

15.

Of

to

24 Nov. 8 Car. I. 31 Oct.

Francis Culpeper, of Grreynewaye

Knight, of Lydd, and Sir

Wm.

Steed, of Harison

3 April 1

to

tlie

New

T>and to

Wm.

Steede and his son William, Both parts

William Steede, D.C.L. Both parts and bond enclosed

Wm.

Steede, of Steede Hill

NEWTON BROMSHOLD. New Land

147

\Vm. Steede

16.

Lease of the

1779. 21 Oct.

17.

Of Newlands

1800.

18.

Of Newlands

19.

Lease of Newlands to John Parker, Andrew Bayne, M.D., of Bruton St., Thos. King, of Dover, and Wm. Belcher, of Barrow Hill Both parts

1814. 2 Nov.

20.

Of the same

to Parker, Bayne,

1821. 2 Nov.

21.

Of the same

to Parker, &c.

1828. 3 Nov.

22.

Of the same

to Parker, &c.

1835. 31 Oct.

23.

Of the same

1842. 3 Nov.

24.

16 Car.

I.

to

30 Oct. to Mark Skinner, of Lydd, Eliz. Belcher, of Maidstone, Eev. Joseph and Sarah Milner, and Wm. Belcher

to Eobt. Cobb, of Lydd, John Parker, of Bank Buildings, London, Eliz. Belcher, Sarah, widow of Rev. With license to let J. Milner, and Wm. Belcher

23 Oct. 1807.

20 Oct.

to Rev.

and others

Of

and King

Both parts

John Clarke Russell, John Robinson, Both parts and license to let

tlie same to the Rev. and others

J. C. Russell,

Katherine Stringer,

NEAVTON BEOMSHOLD. 1832.

1.

Abstract of the title of Mr. James Fortescue to a freehold

farm in Newton Bromshold 2.

Extract from the will of Henry Lamb, of Newton Bromshold

1731. 10 July

3.

Extract from the will of Alexander Lambe, son of Hen.

1746. 21 Aug.

4.

Mortgage of Drewell's Manor, farmhouse and land, by Arthur and Ann Wright, to Catharine marchioness dowager of Carnarvon

1749.

6.

Assignment of the mortgage to Rev. John Sharpe, of Wellingborough

6.

Indenture between Arthur Wright and Rev. being a further charge upon the premises

7.

Further charge upon the same premises

8.

Mr. John Sharpe Palmer to Mr. Thos. Maior, in trust for Oliver Wriglit. An assignment to attend the inheritance

172G. 2 Nov.

Lambe

6 July

1752.

20 April 1753.

J.

Sharpe,

11 Dec.

17G3. 4 April

I,

2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

148

1763. 3 Nov. 1767. 9

&

9,

10. Sale

10 Oct.

1767. 26 Nov. 1767. 27 Nov.

Settlement on the marriage of Wm. Matthews, niece of Alex. Lambe of Drewell Manor, &c.,

Cooper with Eliz. Two deeds

11.

12.

to

Edw.

Two

deeds

by Oliver Wright,

Bollard and John Throsby

Edw. Waldo and John Walker of their estate in Tivo deeds Newton Bromshold to Bollard and Throsby Mortgage by Bollard to Edmund Frenche, of Market HarSale by

borough

Edm. Frenche

J 775, 17 June

13.

Extract from the will of

1780. 16 May

14.

Sale by

1782. 17 Sept.

16.

Conveyance by Edw. Bollard and Throsby to

1794. 10 Nov.

16.

Extract from the will of

1803.

17.

Extracts from the award under the Enclosure Act relating to allotments to Mr. John Bollard



18.

Extracts from the award relating to Mr. William Bollard

1803. 8 April

19.

John Bollard to Edmund Maior. trust for Wm. Frenche Maior



20.

Edw. Bollard

to

Wm.

and John Bollard Tivo deeds

7 April

Wm.

J.

Txuo deeds

Bollard to

Edm.

Mary Maior

Maior.

Security for 1,850^. in

Similar deed

1812. 8 July

21.

Edm. Maior

1812. 12 Oct.

22.

John Bollard to Jas. Fortescue. Newton Bromshold



W. and

Bollard

John Bollard. Reconveyance of a mortgage Assignin fee. Also, Wm. French Maior to Wm. Gray. ment of a term of years in trust to attend the inheritance in Mr. John Bollard

23. Thos.

to

Mortgage

of premises in

Wade, surviving executor of Thos. Maior,

to

Wm. Day

and John Tenney. Assignment of a term of 1 ,000 years in trust for Mr. James Fortescue for better securing of the mortgage, in trust to attend the inheritance in Mr. John Bollard

1814. 12 Oct.

24.

John Bollard same estate

1816.

25.

John Bollard to Jas. Fortescue and his trustees. Release of the same premises, and assignment of an outstanding term to trustee to attend the inheritance, and with declaration of the trusts of another outstanding term

24

Fel).

to Jas. Fortescue.

Further charge on the

Tivo deeds

1832.

26. Abstract of title of

Mr.

Newton Bromshold

Wm.

Gray

to a freehold

farm in

NEWTON BROMSHOLD. 1811.

24

149

Wilde, executor of Tlios. Maior, to Wm. Day and John Tenney. Assignment of a term of 1,000 years in trust for Mr. Gray, for better securing 3,1 501., in trust

27. Tbos.

May

Wm. Bollard Wm. Bollard and others to Wm. Gray. Kelease of at Newton Bromshold to tlie use of Wm. Gray Wm. Bollard and others to Jas. Fortescue for Wm. to attend the inheritance in



28.

1818.

29.

Gray.

Conveyance of the same estate

30 Oct, 1820.

estate

30.

22 Nov.

John Bollard, tescue for

at the request of

Wm.

Gray.

Wm.

Bollard, to Jas. For-

Conveyance of land at Newton

Bromshold

Abstract of the title of Thomas Penrice to two freehold farms at Newton Bromsliold

1832.

31.

1832.

32. Jas.

Fortescue, Wm. Gray, and others, to Thos. Penrice. Conveyance of estates in Newton Bromshold and Higham

29 Sept.

Ferrers



1838.

33.

34. Declaration of

Day?

20 June 1839.

and Wm. Gray to a trustee for Thos. Penrice. Assignment of two several terms of 1,000 years in the same estates in trust to attend the inheritance

Wm. Day

35.

Thos. Bloodworth, land surveyor, and concerning the farm

Wm.

solicitor,

Executors of John Jenkins and Thos. Penrice to Geo. P. Hester, in trust for the warden and fellows of All Souls'

24 Jan.

Assignment of two terms in an estate in Newton Bromshold and Higham Ferrers, and of a bond of indemnity against dower College.

BUNDLE OF 1755.

36. Extract

from the

will of

PAPUliS.

John Sharpe

8 April

John Cooper

37.

Baptismal

1762. 13 Feb.

38.

Extract from the will of Arthur Wright

1763. 8 Feb.

39.

Extract from the letters of administration to the effects of Elizabeth Palmer

1763.

40. Extract

1760.

certificate of

30 April

1

from the letters of administration to the effects of the Rev. John Sharpe

2 April

1780. 28 Feb. 1800. 17 May

41.

Extract from the will of Thos. Maior

42. Certificate of burial of

William Wartnaby

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

150 1828.

43. Eegister of

marriage of Daniel, and baptism of Thos. Harper

12 July 44.

John Gates

1831. 9 April

45.

John Gates

1831. 16 April

46.

Mr. Eichard Holmes Coote's opinion on the abstract of the title to Newton Bromswold, and the answers thereto

1832.

47.

1831.

to Messrs. Berrington, Jenkins, and Berrington Particulars of presentations to the living of Newton Broms-

March

31

:

wold



Sends a copy of the to Messrs. Berrington: presentation of Jeffery Fisher to Newton Bromswold, 14

March, 1748

1

Wm.

Gray and Thos. Penrice. Contract for sale and purchase of estate at Newton Bromshold

March

6

1832.

48. Fortescue

and Gray to Thos. Penrice.

Bond

against dower

29 Sept. „ 1832.

49. Certificate of the

50.

Wm. Adams

51.

Instructions for Major Penrice on the completion purchases at Newton Bromshold

to Thos. Penrice. Certificate of burial of Elizabeth Bollard, 19 June, 1809

4 Oct. 1832. 1838. 18 April 1838.

52. Penrice

1838. 9

and All Souls' College.

of his

Opinion of Bellenden Ker

53.

Penrice and All Souls' College. Further opinion of Bellenden

54.

Wm. Adams

Ker

June

7

bmial of John Tenney

June

Cooper

1838. 12 June

55.

1838. 27 July

56.

.

Avas

to Thos. Penrice.

Penrice and All Souls' College, lenden Ker

An

Certificate that Eev.

John

never married

Further opinion of Bel-

act for effecting an exchange between the warden and and Thos. Penrice, esq.

fellows of All Souls' College

PHnted

1838. 6 Nov.

57.

Schedule of deeds and wills to be proved before the judges and Houses of Parliament

58.

Eeceipt by tlie Bank of England of 794^. 8s. paid to the accountant-general of the Court of Chancery by Thos. Penrice, pursuant to the above act

TENEMENTA

IN OXONIA.

TENEMENTA '

50 Edw. 15

III.

IN OXONIA.

spec tales cautje tenementoeum dwebsorum in pabogeia beat2e mabi^ vibginis, ubi collegium animabum omnium nunc 8itum est, in oxonia: 1.

March

9 Hen. VI. 23 Dec.

151

2.

Grant by John de Northampton and others of Cherletones In, in St. Mary's parish, Oxford, to William de Mulsho, Edw. de Cherdestoke, and others Grant by Robt. Skeron, of Berfordhalle, lately called Cherletonsyn, with tenements and shops annexed in Catstret and Seint Marie Strete, to John Brome, of Warwick, sen., and John Brome, jnn.



3.

Indentnre between Skeron and the Bromes for the performance of the former's grant of the same date

IG Hen. VI. 14 Dec.

4.

Grant of Berfordhalle by the Bromes to Thos. Chicheley, archdeacon of Canterbury, Hen. Penwortham, and Thos. Danvers

„ 1

6 Hen. VI.

5.

Power of attorney

6.

Eelease of tenements in Catstrete and St. Marie Strete by

to deliver seisin

John Sperman, dean of Warwick, John Throgmerton, and H. Penwortham, and Robt. Danvers

23 Dec.

others, to Thos. Chicheley, archdeacon of Canterbury,

20 Hen. VI.

7.

5 Feb.

Surrender to the king, for the use of All Souls' College, by Thos. Chichele, John Birkhede, and others, at the desire of Abp. Chichele, of Boyworth, Kent lands in Upchurche, &c. a tenement in St. Peter's parish, Garlondes Place in St. Mary's parish, Grassewell Place and Lollyes Place in St. Michael's parish, messuages in St. Martin's, St. Peter's, and St. Ebbes, Oxford; the priories of St. Clare and Langenyth the manors of Eggewere, Kyngesbury, and Malloryes in Willesdon a tenement in St. Maryes Strete, and Berfordhall, Oxford and the manor of ;

;

;

;

;

Padbury

8.

Grant by Michael, prior of Scyreburne,

to Roger le Sclatere of land in St. Mary's parish, Oxford, late held by John de Stanlee, between the tenements of the prioress of Stodle and Geoffrey Torbeville

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

152

9.

Grant by Koger Botiler to Thos. Naffreton and David Bradewell of a tenement in St. INIary's parish, between the tenements of the prioress of Stodele and the chantry of St.

4 Hen. V. 1 Dec.

10.

Release of their tenement in Oxford by Naifreton and Bradwell to John Gribbys, burgess and alderman of

4 Hen. V.

11.

Grant of the same tenement by Thos., brother of John Gibbys, deed., to John Tanner, of Winchester

12.

Grant of the same tenement by John Tanner to Robt. and dementia Lambert

Hen. V. 9 April

13.

Release of the same tenement by Tanner to Robt.

13 Hen. VI. 10 April

14.

Grant by Robt. Lambert of Roger Skibbowe

13 Hen. VI. 20 April

15.

Release by Robt. Lambert of his tenement in St, Mary's to

15 Hen. VI. 20 Dec.

16.

Grant of his tenement in St. Mary's by Roger Skibbowe to Walter Waryne, Jas. Job, John Ly, and John Michell

17.

Release of the same tenement by Walter Waryne, &c., to

16 Hen. VI. 4 July

18.

Grant of

16 Hen. VI. 5 July

19,

Receipt by Roger Skibbowe of 16 marcs from John Druell

[1274.]

20.

Grant by Thos. Lysewys, burgess of Oxford, and Alicia his wife, to Thos. Balle of a tenement between tlie land of the prior of St. Frideswides and that of John Blake-

3 Hen. V.

May

1

Mary

Oxford

March

16

Hen. V.

7 1

7

1

April

Hen. VI.

and

Clementia Lambert his

tenement

in St.

Mary's to

Roger Skibbowe

Roger Skibbowe

2 July

his tenement in St. Mary's parish by Roger Skibbowe to Thos. Chicheley, archdeacon of Canterbury, Hen. Penwortham, and Robt. Danvers

halle in Catstrete

Wm. de 2 Edw.

26

II.

21.

May

le

Eu

Especer is mentioned as mayor of Oxford, and Ph. as one of the bailiffs

Grant of a messuage in Catestrete by William 'dictum Oerl de Glovernia,' Rose Balle, his wife, and others, to Thos. de Stanlak

3 Edw.

26

II.

22. Release of a

3 Edw. II. 31 May

23. Release

4 Edw.

24.

11.

tenement

in Cattestrete

by

'

Willelmus dictus

Palmare,' and Cecilia de Mereston, his wife, widow of Thos. Balle, to Rose, Joan, and Alice, daughters of Thos. Balle

JNIay

Wm.

' dictum Oerl by de Glovernia,' his wife, &c., of a tenement in Catestrete to Thos. de Stanlak

Grant of rent from a tenement in Cattestrete by Thos. and Alice Lusewy to Thos. de Stanlak

TENEMENTA Edw.

8

II.

25. Ivelease

IN OXONIA.

by Alice, widow of Thos. Lesewys, to Thos. Stanlak

of a tenement held by

9 Dec.

153

him

in Katestrete



26. Another copy



27.

Release by John Orreby and Matilda his wife, daughter of Thos. Lesewys, to Thos. de Stanlak ' dicto de Grauntpont,' of the rent of his tenement

2 Edw. III. 27 June

28.

Sm-render of the tenement in Cattestrete by Emma, widow of Thos. de Grrauntpount, to Walter de Farendon

15 Edw. III. 29 March

29.

Grant of Grauntpount Hall by John de Olney to Reginald Atte Hulle

27 Edw. III. 16 Dec.

30. Sale of Grauntpounthall, in Cattestrete,

28 Edw. III. 10 Feb.

31.

29 Edw. III. 24 Nov.

32.

Grant of Grauntpounthalle by Reginald Atte Hulle to Ric and JNIatilda de Lynne and their son John

8 Ric. II. 26 Feb.

33.

Grant of a tenement in Cattestrete by John Clyfton, clothier of London, and Joan, daughter of Ric. Lynne, his wife, to John and Thomasine Water

21 Ric. II. 5 May

34.

Grant of the same tenement in Cattestrete by John Water

35.

Grant by John Berforde of a chamber in his tenement in Catstrete to his son John and his wife Joan

Hen. V. 29 May

36.

Grant of a chamber

4 Hen. VI. 31 July

37.

Bond

Hen. V.

1

6 1

Grant of Grauntpounthall by

John Bereford,

to

May

of

17 Hen. VI.

40. Lease

to

May

Grant of a tenement in Cattistrete by John Berford, senior, and Joan his wife, to John Gotehull and John Godsorid Catestret by Gotehull and widow of John Berford

of their tenement in

Godsond 41.

le More, Oxford, to John Berford, perform indentures between them

to Joan,

Grant by John, son of John Berford, and Joan his wife, to Thos. Chicheley, John Byrkhed, John Druell, and Robt. Danvers, of her tenement in Catestret, in exchange for another in the same street called Grauntpoundhall by John Berford to Chicheley, &c., of tenement in Catestret

42. Release

17 Hen. VI.

43. Release of all actions, &c.,

June

20 Hen. VI. 17

May

John de

senior

17 Hen. VI. 8 May 11

to

by William Kyngesmyll of a tenement in Catstrete John Berford

39.

May

Hunte

John Fylle, of

senior, to

13 Hen. VI. 28 Feb.

5

le

Hunte

in his house in Cattestrete by John Berford to his son John and his wife Joan

38. Release

17 Hen. VI.

Wm.

le

Olney

12 Hen. VI. 19 March

2

by Ric. Herdewyk,

executor of Nic. de Kylingham, to William

his

his right to

by Joan Berford, of Oxford, to John Druell, dean of Sowth Mallyng

44. License to the prior

and convent of St. Frideswides to let two tenements in St. Mary and Cat

to All Souls' College Streets, on

rent of

346'.

which part of All Souls' College

is built,

at a

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

154



21 Hen. VI.

45.

11 Sept.

St. Mary St. and Catstrete Eobt., prior of St. Frideswides, to All Souls' College

Lease of two tenements in

tenement lately called St. Thomas Halle, in which tenement the College chapel is built,

46. Lease of a



by

Catstrete, on

by Thos., abbot of Oseneye, to All Souls' College 47.

Another copy

„ 22 Hen. VI. 1 Nov.

48. Eelease of land

23 Hen. VI. 4 May

49. Eelease of the land on which the eastern part of the College is built by Philip Mercheam and John More,

on which the eastern part of All Souls' by Walter Lighert, provost, and the fellows of King's College,' proprietors of St. Mary's Church, College

is

built,

at a rent of 18s.

proctors and parishioners of St. Mary's Church

30 Hen. VI.

farm and gardens in Catestrete to All Souls' College by Gfilbert Kymer, chancellor of the University, Willm. Ketell, and Thos. Balsehall, proctors, and convocation

50. Lease of a

16 Dec.

12 Edw. IV.

51.

29 Sept. 2 Eic. III.

by Alianora, prioress of Stodeley, from John Stokes, warden of All Souls' College, of 10^, for Stodeley's Entry in Oxford

52. Eeceipt

19 July 2 Eliz. 1

of Stodeleys Entre in High St. {alto vico) by Alianora, prioress of Stodeley, to All Souls' College for a rent of 26s. 8rZ.

Grrant

53. Sale of the rent of 26s. ^d. formerly paid to the

Stodeley, and

5 Oct.

26/. 13s.

„ „ 2 Eliz.

now held by

convent of

Uic. Gunter, to the College, for

M.

54.

Duplicate of the above

55.

Copy of

Grunter's

bond

66. Eelease of the said rent

by Gunter to the College

16 Oct.

THE ROSE. 16 Edw. IV. 4 Dec.

57.

Grant of a messuage formerly called le W3mmylle,' now le Eedehous,' in High St., by John Marcham, chaplain, to Eic. Mylet '

'

58.

Power of attorney

16 Edw. IV. 1 Feb.

59.

Award

17 Edw. IV. 20 April

60. Eelease of

^^

3 Hen. VIII. 22 July

61.

to deliver seisin

of John Bourchier, at Bekys Inne, against a claim of Thos. Boon to ' le Eedehous '

le

Eedehouse

'

by Eic. Bennewell to Eic. Mylet

Eelease by William Marcham of ' le Eed Howse and another tenement in All Saints parish to Eic. Myllett, vintner of Oxford '

>

Grid.

TENEMENTA IN OXONIA. 22 Hen. VIII.

tenement in High St. by Hen. Umfrey, of Dartford, and Eliza his wife, cousin and heir of Kic. Mylett, to Dr. Eobt. Woodward

62. Sale of Mylett's

March

1

23 Hen. VIII.

155

63.

Fine

for the

conveyance of the tenement to Woodward

Two

Easter

copies

23 Hen. VIII. 64. Grrant by Dr. Eobt. Woodward to Kobt. Hale, Nic. P'reman, William Tukker, and others, of the house which he bought 12 May from Henry Umfrey Endd. ' The house named the Kose in Oxon.'



65. Indenture stating that the grant of a piece of land next to

All Souls' College by Dr. Eobt. Woodward to Eobt. Hale is in consideration of the burning of a taper of wax of 1 lb. weight before Seynt Jerham in the same College, at the cost of the College Endd. ' For the Eedehowse, alias the Eose

and others

28 Hen. VIII. 15 Jan.

66.

Grant by Eobt. WoodvA^ard of the tenement bought from Umfrey to ^¥m. Cooke, John Jamys, Seth Holland, and



67.

Duplicate of the above



68.

Power of attorney

others

to deliver seisin

CAET^ DIVEESOBUM TENEMENTOBUM OLIM SPBONTES ET HALES IN PABOOHIIS SANGTI PETBI EST BALLIVO, BEATJE MABI^, SANGTI MICHAELIS, SANGTI ALE ATI, SANGTI MABTINI ET SANGTI EBB^ IN OXONIA: 1419. 7

1427. 9 June 11

Hen. VI. 17 Sept.

„ 1 1

69.

Will of John Sprunt, burgess of Oxford. Proved 7 Hen. V.

70.

Will of John Spront, burgess of Oxford. Proved 9 Hen. VI.

71.

Eelease of Sprount's tenements by John Sprount, of Orkesley, brother and heir of John Sprount, late burgess of Oxford, to the earl of Stafford and Thos. Bourgchier

72.

Another copy of the above

June

Hen. VI.

by Thos. Chestrefeld, executor of John Sprunt, to Humand Thos. Bourgchier, of a tenement in St. Peter le Bailly, and tenements called Garlandisplace, Crassewelplace, and Lollyplace, late belonging to John Sprunt

73. Sale

frey earl of Stafford,

2 Jan.

1 1

Hen. VI. 3 Jan.

74.

Chestrefeld's

power of attorney to deliver

seisin

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

15(3

11

Hen. VI.

75.

Earl of Stafford's letters of attorney to receive seisin

76.

Grant of the same tenements by the

5 Jan.

18 Hen. VI. 1

June

•5

20 Hen. VI. 3

77.

Power of attorney

78,

Power of attorney

May

26Edw.IIL

earl of Stafford

Thos. Bourchier, bp. of Worcester, to Thos. Birkhede, Bolde, and Danvers

and

Chichele,

to deliver seisin

to receive the

tenement in Fisshstrete

belonging to John Sprunt, surrendered to the kingby Thos. Chichele, &c. late

by Alex. Spereman, John de Falle, and others, executors of Richard Gary, of a messuage in St. Martin's

79 Sale 79.

22 Feb.

parish to Richard and Matilda \\'akeman

44Edw.IIL

80.

Grant by Ric. Wakeman of his tenement in parish to John Langrissh and .John Grey

81.

Grant by John Langrissh and John Grey to Ric. and Alice Wakeman of the tenement lately acqidred from him

82.

Duplicate of the above

83.

Grant of their tenement in St. Martin's by Ric. and Alice Wakeman to Walter Bone, draper of Oxford, and Agnes

4 Feb.

44Edw.IIL 7 Feb. ?5

9 Ric. II. 1 Dec.

St. Martin's

his wife 84.

Two

copies of a fine for the conveyance of the above

by John Faukener, of Denton, of Wakeman's tenement to Walter Bone Agreement between Walter and Agnes Bone and Richard Wakeman for the conveyance to the latter of a chamber

9 Ric. IL 3 Dec.

85. Release

9 Ric. II. 6 Dec.

86.

in their house in St. Martin's

lately belonging to John le Sealer by Thos. de Covele, Roger Chichestre, and John Pirye to Ric. de Garston, John Gibbes, Willm. de Codeshele, Wm. le Northern, and Thos. Baret

6 Ric. II. 3 July

87.

Grant of messuages

16 Ric. II. 27 Sept.

88.

Lease of three messuages, four cottages, and eight shops in St. Ebbe's parish, High Street, the Shambles, St. Mary's parish near the tenements of the provost and scholars ' de Loriele,' and one in tlie suburbs, by Ric. Garston and Thos. Baret, biu'gesses, to Walter Downe, burgess

21 Ric.

89. Release

II.

13 March 3 Hen. IV.

30 Nov.

by Ric. Garston of the tenements granted Walter Downe

])y

him

to

by John Grover, parson of St. Martin's, Jolm Merston, alderman, and Robt. Rawlyn, executors of Walter Downe, of his tenements in Oxford to John Greene, of Abyndon, mercer

90. Sale

TENEMENPA

IN OXONIA.

157

3 Hen. IV. 10 Jan.

91.

Release by John Grover and John Duvand of Down's lands

5 Hen. IV. 24 Feb.

92.

General release by John Grover to John Greene

Hen. IV. 15 Aug.

93.

Grant of shops near

9 Hen. IV.

94.

Grant by John Grene, of Abindon, merchant, of 3 shops and a curtilage in the parish of St. Peter in the Bailey,

9

to

18 Aug.

John Greene

and

Matilda

' Excestre halle by Thos. Forsthill, burgess of Oxford, to John Grene, of Abyndon '

to Thos. Forsthill, burgess of Oxford 95.

Grant by John Grene, of Abyndon, >of all his property in Oxford to John Seward, of Chylton, and William Goldsmyth, of Oxford

96.

Power of attorney

11 Hen. IV. Oct. 1

97.

Release by John Grene, of Abyndon, to John Seward and Wm. Goldsmyth of his property in Oxford

12 Hen. VI.

98, Release

1 1

Hen. IV. 14 Oct.



1

by

Wm.

to deliver seisin

Houchons alias Goldesmyth, and Isabella widow of John Grene, of their title

his wife, to Matilda,

Oct.

to Greene's property in Oxford

20 Hen. VI. 20 Sept.

99.

Grant of messuages in St. Martin's, St. Peter's in the Bailey, and St. Ebbes, late the property of John Grene, by Wm. Houchons to Wm. Hales, mercer of London, and Matilda his wife

20 Hen. VI. 100. Grant of the same messuages by W. Chichele, Birkhed, Bolde, and Danvers 23 Sept. „ 20 Hen. VI. Feb.

101.

23 Edw. I. 22 April

for their

Thos.

conveyance

102. Fine by which

messuages and

'

[Hen. III.]

Fine

Hales to

Wm.

and Matilda Hales acknowledge 5 Oxford to belong to John Bold

7 tofts in

CABT^ DIVEBSOEUM TENEMENTOBVM ET TEBBAUUM IN CWITATE OXONIA ET SUBUBBIIS EJUSDEM, 8 ED QUOMODO DEVENEBUNT AD COLLEGIUM ADBUG NGN CGNSTAT:

103. Grant by x\gnes de Welles to Isolda de Brailles and others, of a wall between their tenements in St. Martin's parish 104.

Grant by Wm. le Especer to his son Richard, of rent from a tenement in St. Mary's, near that of the prioress of Stodleye

1313.

105.

28 March

1 1

Edw.

III. 106.

24 March

Will of Alice, daughter of William le Wylde, who held property in the parishes of St. Ebbes and St. Thomas the Martyr. Proved 6 non. Mai, 1313

Wm. and Catherine Atte Hole, of Botelee, to John and Cristina Peggy, of two cottages in St. Peter le Bayley, opposite les Barbekanes

Lease by

'

'

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

158

Edw.

11

III. 107.

31 July

12 Edw. III. 13 July

Grant by Geoffrey de Warmwell and John de Lan^ryssh to John Peggy, of a piece of land in St. Michael's parish near the South Gate

108. Release

by

Wm.

St. Peter's in

Atte Hole, of Botele, of two messuages in the Bailey to John Peggy

16 Edw. III. 109. Release of a messuage in All Saints parish by Lucy, widow 1

Jan.

of Rio. le Spicer, to

John Peggy

18 Edw. III. 4 Jan.

110.

Lease by John de Stafford of a shop, and half the fruits of his vineyard in the High Street, to Alice de Merston

19 Edw. III. 21 Sept.

111.

Grant by John Stafford of a shop in the High Street to Richard and Isabella de Eynesham



112.

Duplicate of the above

20 Edw. III. 14 Feb.

113.

Grant of a messuage in St. Mary's parish by John de Stafford to Richard and Isabella Eynesham



114.

Duplicate of the above

23 Edw. III. 22 April

115.

Grant by

24 Edw.

116.

Wm.

suage in St. III.

12 July

25 Edw. III.

Mason, of Oseney, and John Atte Hulle, John de Brokhole, of a mesEbbes to John Peggy, cordwainer of Oxford le

of Wolgarcote, executors of

117.

8 April

of a messuage and seven shops in St. Ebbes, by William de Aleston, executor of John de Aleston, to John de Olneye, John de Bedeford, John le Sealer, and Thos. de Appelton Sale of tenements and reversions of John de Bibury, deceased, by Edm. de Tershawe, his executor, to John Wyndout, chaplain, and Petronilla and John de Tershawe

Sale

25 Edw. III. 12 Nov.

118.

Grant by John Wyndout, &c., of the lands late belonging to John de Bibury to Robt. Wrythelok, of Cirencester, chaplain, Alex. Sporeman, chaplain, and John le Seler

29 Edw. III. 20 Sept.

119.

Grant by Reginald Atte Hulle to John de Olneye, of a piece of land in St. Mary's parish

35 Edw. III. 120. Release of her tenement in St. Mary's parish by Isabella, 1 May widow of John de Olneye, to John Baret 37 Edw. III. 29 July

121.

Grant by Isabella, widow of John Olneye, of two messuages in St. Mary's parish to Wm. and Margery Hod, of Eton

44 Edw. III. 6 Aug.

122.

Covenant concerning the transfer of a messuage and shop in St. JNIary's, by Wm. and Margery Hood, to Wm. Duraimt, John JNIaundour, Thos. Swyndon, and John Dosyere

45 Edw.

123. Release of the

III.

messuage and shop by W. and M. Hood to Duraund, &c.

6 Marcli

45 Edw.

III.

17 July

1386.

29 Nov.

124.

Grant by Matilda Lynne, widow of Ric. Wodehay, burgess of Oxford, of a tenement in Cattestrete to Alexander Spurman, parson of All Saints, Roger Sourdeval, chaplain, and Robt. Butyrvvyk, bedell of the L^niversity

125. Will of

John Baret

TENEMENTA 1386-7. 15 March

IN OXONIA.

159

126. Certificate of the official of the chancellor of the University that Thos. Boteler, executor of John Baret, has faithfully

administered his will 18 Eic. II. 13 April

Hen. IV.

7

127.

128.

6 Sept. 8 Hen. IV.

13 Hen. IV.

20

by John Dosyer and shop in High St.

130. Release

Hen.

V.

1

7

Doffeld, of his

tenement

by John Grochyn, chaplain, to Wm. Duffeld, John Dosyer

clerk,

Grant by Thos. Seward to Thos. Tykyll, mercer of London, of tenements in Oxford and Hedington acquired from John Dosyer

132.

Power of attorney

133.

Grant by Alice, widow of Roger Latener, to Jolm Horn, John NafFerton, and others, of her lands in Oxford, Kydelington, and Thomeley

134.

Grant by John Elys, Hen. Wodecherche, and others, to Wm. Duffeld, of the tenements in Oxford and the suburbs lately acquired from him

Sept.

Hen. VI.

Wm.

131.

16 Jan. 9 Hen. V.

to

of the tenements of the late

jNIarch

„ 7

Grant by John Dosyer to Nic. Colvet and Will. DofFeld, of a tenement and shop in the High St.

129. Release

22 March 10 Hen. IV. 10 Jan.

Grant by John Dosyer to John Dyke, vicar of Merton, and John Crochyn, chaplain, of a shop in High St. and two tenements in Catte Strete

to deliver seisin

by John Quarame and Stephen Braywell to Tlios. Wythigge, of tenements in Oxford and Barton late belonging to Margaret Asshebury

135. Release

9 Oct.

10 Hen. VI. 19 JNIay

136.

Grant by Robt. Lamberd to John Lye, of a messuage in St. INIary's near the tenement of the prioress of Stodeleye

13 Hen. VI.

137.

Grant by Robt. Wakefelde, of Oxford, of all his lands, &c., in Oxford and Oxfordshire, to John Telme, Thos. Deene, and Robt. Hoore

138.

Grant by Thos. Wythyg, alderman of Oxford, and Margaret his wife, of tenements in Oxford and Grauntpontyn, Berks, to Walter bp. of Norwich, Sir Robt. Shotes broke, John Feteplace, John Elmes, and John Haynes

38 Hen. VI. 3 Aug.

139.

Grant by John Feteplace and John Heynes, to John, son of Thos. Wythig, of the tenements granted to them, the bp. of Norwich, and others

39 Hen. VI. 26 Nov.

140.

Grant of all his tenements in Oxford and Grauntpont by John Wythyg to Edw. earl of March, Edw. Boucher, Edmund Stradlyng, and others

2 Jan.

28 Hen. VI. 9 Sept.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

160

'

cabt^ divebsobum tenementobum et beddituum exeuntium ex illis tenementis et alus, et vacu^ pegi^ tebbm in paboghia beat^ mabi^ vibginis et sanct^ magdalex.e, cum extbactis oabtabum tenementobum in oxonia:

31 Edw. 17 May

I.

[1305-9]

141.

Grant by Geoffrey le Mercer and Roesia his wife, of the rent of a tenement in St. INIartin's to William de Wycnmbe, rector of St. Martin's

by Eoesia de Billyng to William de Wycumb, of the rent from Mc. de Welles', tenement in St. Martin's,

142. Eelease

or a little

Dokelinton

later

is

mentioned as Mayor of Oxford

143.

Grant by Nicholas de Welles to Reginald a messuage in St. Aiartin's parish

144.

Will of

10 Edw. II. 27 July

145.

Grant by Nic. de Welles to



146.

Grant by Nic. de Welles, of Oxford, to Adam le Voller, of the rent and reversion of a messuage in St. Martin's

10 Edw. II. 13 Aug.

147.

Grant by Edward



148.

Grant by Adam le Voller to Ellen, widow of Nic. de Welles, of a messuage in St. Martin's



149.

Grant of the same tenement by Ellen Welles to Richard and Joan Overhee



150. Counterpart of the



151.

3

Edw.

II.

6 Feb. 7

Edw. 18

1

II.

Wm.

Ives, mercer, of

de Wycombe, rector of St. Martin's, Oxford

May

Edw.

II.

Adam

VoUer, of a messuage in

St. Martin's

le Voller to Ellen, widow of Nicholas de Welles, of a rent of 466'. 8d. from a messuage in the parish of St. Martin, Oxford

above

Another counterpart

152. Ellen Welles' release of the

same tenement

20 Aug. 10 Edw. II. 27 Aug.

153.

Grant by Ellen, widow of Nicholas de Welles, to Richard and Joan Overhee, of the rent granted lier by Edward le Voller

10 Edw. II. 30 Sept.

154.

Grant by Ric. and Joan Overhee to Ellen Welles of a rent of 18s. from the tenement acquired by them from her

14 Edw. 4 Jan.

155.

Indenture between John and Joan de Abyndon and Richard and Joan Overhee for the conveyance of a rent in St. Martin's parish by the former to the latter

156.

Quit claim by John de Wycombe, of the rent of Joan Overhee's tenement in St. Martin's parish. Wm. de Burcestere is mentioned as niavor

II.

[1311-33.]

TENEMENT A IN OXONTA.

161

10 Edw. III. 1 Aug.

157.

Release by John de Wycoiimbe, brother and heir of William de Wycoiimbe, of the rent of Joan Overhee's tenement

10 Edw. III. 16 Nov.

158.

Grant by John de Puseye to John and Alice de \Miytele of the messuage in St. Ebbes parish in which Puseye resides

35 Edw. III.

159.

Receipt by Nicholas and Joan Kyng for the rent of a piece of land in St. Martin's parish from Richard and Matilda

6

March

Wakeman 36 Edw. III. 25 July

160. Lease by Ric. de Wodehay and John de Hertwell, proctors of the chantry of St. Mary, in All Saints Church, Oxford,

of 4 cottages in St. E])bes parish to John Tutte and Walter de Romesham

40 Edw. III. 17 Aug.

161.

Lease by John Sealer, John Pirye, and Roger Chichestre, to Adam Brackele, slater, of a messuage and five shops in St.

Ebbes 47 Edw. III. 1

two shops in All Saints parisli by Thos. Covele, John Pirye, and Roger Chichestre, to Thos. Aylesbury

162. Lease of

Sept.

8 Ric. II,

163.

4 April

Grant by Ric. Mercer and Thos. Baret, proctors of St. Mary's Chantry in All Saints Church, of all the tenements belonging to the chantry in St. Peter and Alice Codeshale



164. Duplicate of the 165.

13 Edw. IV. 20 July

166. Lease

&

5 P. & M. 12 Feb.

Bayley, to

Wm.

above

Lease by John May fey, of Hedyndon, and William Rottey, of Berton, to Wm. Kele, warden, and the College of All Souls, of an acre of quarry land at Hedyndon

27 Hen. VI. 12 Jan.

4

le

by Thos. and Alice Brygear, of Hanburgh, to Ric. and Isabella Mylet, of Oxford, of a tenement in Hanburgh

167.

Grant by Sir William Petre to All Souls' College, of a piece of land near the College, lately occupied by the College, and formerly belonging to Oriel College (Collegio Regali)

Endd.

'

Sir

Wm.

Peter's grant of a void piece of land to

the College within the Rose'

„ 1566. 8 Nov.

168.

Duplicate of the preceding, endorsed ' Sir Wm. Petre, for the gyfte of the Rose.' ' Now part of Mr. Warden's garden.'

Wm.

Petre, of Ging Petre, alias Ingacston, by Sir to All Souls' College, of a rent of 41s. paid by them to the late College of King Henry VIII., and now in Petre's

169. Release

possession

26 Eliz.

170.

15 April

27 Eliz. 8 Oct.

171.

Wm. Giles, of a portion of land in St. Mary Magdalene's parish, near the house which he now inhabits, belonging to All Souls' College

Grant by Sir Chr. Brome, of Halton, to

Power

of attorney to take possession of the land granted to the College by Wm. Giles

M

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

16-2

27 Eliz. 16 Nov.

17 Hen. VI. 26 Oct.

15th cent.

26 Hen. VI.

172.

Wm. Giles, barber, to All Souls' College, of a void piece of land granted to him by Sir Chr. Brome, 15 April, 26 Eliz.

Grant by

by Edmund Rede to John Druell, Master of the Works of All Souls' College, of a part of his quarry at Hedendon

173. Sale

174.

Fragment

175.

Copy of court roll of Hedyngdon. and Agnes French of land near

21 Dec.

of a bill for repairs at houses in Oxford

'

Surrender by Walter the use

le \Miarre,' to

of All Souls' College

1455.

176.

25 Hen. VIIL 23 Nov.

Computus of Thomas Noreys, the

College's receiver in Oxford

by All Souls' College to Thos. Munday, butcher, of the implements in their brewhouse in the parish of St. Peter

177. Sale

in the Bailey for \5l.

25 Eliz.

178.

29 Eliz.

179.

Fel).

1

Bond

of

Henry Jackson, manciple of

and Richard Smoot,

6 April

All Souls' College,

to collect the rents in

Oxford

Lease by Walter Baylie, Doctor of Physic, Antony Blincoe, provost of Oryall College, James Almontt, and other parishioners of St. JMary's, to John Hollvvaye, of Oxford, of a garden ground lying by Kate's Street, adjoining the common garden of All Souls' College, the garden of Hart Hall, &c.

10 Jac.

I.

5 Feb.

180. Sale by John Smith, M.A., to All Souls' College of a garden ground in St. Mary's adjoining the south side of the

common 1614.

181.

20 June 1615. 26 Nov.

13 Jac. 4

I.

garden

Order by George Abbot, abp. of Canterbury, for pulling down a house commenced by John Munson, in the cemetery of St. Mary's, Oxford

Wm.

Greene, Sir Michael his son, and Anne Luke Wrench, of Little Milton, Oxon, Sibell his wife, and Thos. his son, of a cottage in Little Milton

182. Lease by Sir

his daiighter, to

by Jenkin Vaughan, M.A., and Matthew Anderton, LL.B., late bursar of All Souls' College, to Warden Mokett, of their estate in a garden ground in St. Mary's parish on the south side of the common garden of AH

183. Sale

March

Souls' College

L May

4 Car.

20

184.

Power of the mayor and commonalty of Oxford Carter to enter into the site of the college

Timothy commonly

to

Corporation seal, broken by Elianor Farmer, executrix of her husband Ric. Farmer, of the lease of 'the Crowne,' in St. Martin's parish, which she holds of University College, to Henry called St. Mary's

19 Car.

T.

13 March

185. Sale

Coxiter, of

1657. 18 S(>|jl.

Bampton

by Robert Saye, provost of Oriell, and other parishioners of St. IMary's, to John Palmer, warden, and All Souls' College, of the Parish Orchard

186. liCase

TENEMENTA IN OXONIA. I Jac. II.

by Eobert Say, provost of Oriel College, 'and the parishioners of St jNIary's to All Souls' College of the Parish Orchard in St. JNIary's

187. Lease

18 Feb. 1698-9. 28 Feb.

188.

1704.

189.

1707.

Lease by St. Mary's parish to Sarah Fulcke of a house in Cat's Street

4 April

25 March

1G3

Lease by Eic. Grardiner, Thos. Minn, and other feoffees of the parish of St. Peter in the East, to Warden Gardiner and the College, of a tenement in St. Mary's parish, between All Souls' College on the west, and a tenement belonging to Magdalen College on the east, abutting on the College garden northward and on the High Street southward

190. Conveyance of a house in Cat's Street to the College by Elizabeth and Christopher Sclater through Peter White-

head 191. Peter

„ 1

Geo.

I.

192.

An

Whitehead's declaration of trust for the same house

act for vesting in the warden and College of All Souls' and grounds in St. Mary's parish

certain houses

1718. 14 April

1723.

29 April

193. Lease

by Jacob Bobart, Henry Clements, and other feoffees

of the parish of St. Peter in the East, to All Souls' College, of a -tenement built by the College on the site of the tenement demised by No. 189. 194.

Agreement by John Dormer to convey Warren Hill and Tanner's Mead, in Holcomb, Oxon, to Edw. Spencer on behalf of the College

1753. 12 April 1753. 17 May 1776.

22 March 1786. 6 Dec.

195. License to Eev. F.

White

to assign the

tenement mentioned

in the following

196. Assignment

by Eev. Francis White, rector of Christian Malford, to All Souls' College of the lease of a tenement in St. Mary's parish belonging to Magdalen College by Magdalen College to All Souls' College of a tenement in the High Street

197. Eelease

by Ann North, executrix of Henry North, executor of Samuel Keck, executor of Thos. Sayer, to Moses Keates, carpenter, of three tenements on a garden ground in St. Peter in the Bailey let to Sayer by All Souls'

198. Sale

College

1798. 199. Sale by the College of a piece of ground whereon three tenements lately stood, being part of the churchyard of 14 & 15 May St. Mary Magdalene, to the Eev. Charles Barker, vicar of St. Mary Magdalene Two deeds

RECEIPTS FOB RENTS. 29 Hen. VI. 3 Oct.

200. Eeceipt by Gilbert Kymer, chancellor of the University, for the rent of Tynchewykesyn

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

164

22-37 Hen. VI. 201. By Eichard Vyse, master of the Hospital of St. John's, for rent of a tenement within the precinct of the College

25-39 Hen. VI. 202. By the Abbey of Osney for rent of St. Thomas' Hall and another tenement in St. Peter le Bailey 32-33 Hen. VI. 203. Five receipts from St. John's Hospital, Osney, University College, and St. Frideswide 36 Hen. VI. 29 Sept.

204.

By

Thos. Wodehyll and Thos. Bemysley, proctors of the 4f?. for Cathall and Tenche wynke

University, of 178.

Inne 37 Hen. VI. 4 Dec.

Hen. VI.Edw. IV. 1

205.

By Martin Junour and

.John Molyneux, of 17s. certain halls annexed to the College

4,d.

for

206. File of receipts from University College for rent of Skybbo's Mutilated and Spront's tenements

2-14 Edw. IV. 207. Three receipts by John Westebury, prior of St. Frideswide's, of an annual rent of 25s.

15-18 Edw. IV. 208. Four receipts from John Westebury, prior of St. Frideswide Mutilated 6 Hen. VII. 10 Jan.

18 Hen. VII. 1

8 Hen. VII. 6 Oct.

209. Receipt by

Edmund Hampton,

of 20s. for the rent of

210. Eeceipt from the churchwardens of St. Mary's for a rent of 23s. 211.

Receipt from John Rokysborow, master of University College, of rent for Skybbo's and Spront's tenements

212. Receipt for the rent of

7

squire of the king's body,

North Yate, Oxford

Tynswick Hall,

1 3s. 4(?.

1503-25.

213. Receipts by Wm. of Durham, master of University College, for rent of Skybbo's and Spront's tenements Mutilated

Hen. VIII.

214. Receipt

1

Oct.

by Ralph Hampsterley, master of University Col-

lege? for rent

31 Hen. VIII. 215. Receipt by Leonard Hucheson, master of University College, for rent 5 April

1540.

by Wm. Huckle, of Mart on College, from Master James, of All Souls' College, of 1 3s. 4.d. for the rent of Tinswicke Hall

216. Receipt

32 Hen. VIII. 217. Receipt of 4s. for half a year's rent of Skybbo's and Spront's 8 Oct. tenements 5

Edw. VI. 20 March

5 Edw. VI.

218. Receipt

by Richard Salvayn, master of University College, and Spront's tenements

for rent of Skibbo's

219. Receipt of 23s., the quit rent of St. Mary's

24 Oct. 1

Mary

220. Receipt of

Wm.

Standishe, registrar of the [University], of

13s. 4:d. for [rent] of

1575-1612.

221. Seventeen

receipts

Tinswick Hall, 13s.

1576-1612.

Tynswyke Hall

from the University

Mutilated for the rent

4d

222. Forty-five receipts for quit rent from University College

of

TENEMENT A IX OXONIA. 223. Twenty-six receipts for quit rent payable to the dean chapter of Christchurch

lo79-l()20.

1580

224.

4.

1G5

Two

Hundred

receipts for rents for Bullingdon

due to

1584-1612.

226. Four

1584-1612.

226. Seven receipts of rents from St. Mary's

Two

receipts for rents

and

St. Peter's in

the East

from Jesus College

1610-1.

227.

1608 24.

228. Bundle of 41 receipts from University College ; from the University, for Tinswick Hall from Jesus College ; for

receipts

;

the rent of Maid's Morton, &c. 229. Bundle of 17 receipts for the chantry rent at Maid's Morton; from Christ church for rents from University College and St. Mary's parish for the salary of Matthias Pasor, lecturer on Oriental languages, and other expenses

1613-29.

;

;

LEASiJS. 6

Edw. IV.

1.

Sept.

1

18 Hen. VII.

2.

ciu-tilage

and garden in Granipond, near the south gate John Hede, alderman

Wm.

3.

Of a house and garden Katherine Chamber

Edw. VI. 10 Nov.

4.

Of a void place in Oraundepont where a house formerly stood, to Laurence Lye

Edw. VI. 30 March

5.

Of a tenement next to St. Martin's Chm'chyard Chapman, brown baker

6.

Of a tenement and garden in St. Mary's to John Hill Bo7id of John Hill and Nicholas Todd enclosed

7.

Of a tenement and garden

26 Hen. VIII. 15 Sept. 5

6

1

Mary

30 Nov.

4

Of a

of Oxford, to

2 Oct.

2

Lease by All Souls' College to Ric. and Joan Frier of a brewery in St. Mary's parish, with the utensils, of which a list is given

&

&

3 P. & 6 Nov.

M.

5 P. & M. 12 Nov.

10

Eliz.

in St. Aldates to

and

to Nicholas

John Warner,

Doctor of Physic, and John Jenkin 8.

Of a brewhouse

9.

Of a house and garden

18 Nov.

10 Eliz.

in St. Mary's, Oxford, to

in St. Peter's in the Bailey to Christopher Arimdell, manciple of the College in

St.

Mary's to James Almond,

draper 10.

Of two houses

11.

Of three houses

in St.

Ebbes

to

John Redshavv, glover

2 April in St.

Ebbes

to Thos.

Crane

12.

Of two houses

13.

Of two houses abutting on the churchyard of Magdalene to William Bremston, shoemaker

14.

Of Of

15.

in St.

Ebbes to Matthew Atkins,

slater St.

Mary

a tenement in Grraundpont to Thos. Stile, slater

a tenement in the parish of William Giles, barber

St.

Mary Magdalene

to

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

166

11 Eliz.

16.

Lease of a tenement in St. Martin's to Nicholas

17.

Of a house

18.

Of a tenement

19.

Of

Chapman

26 Oct. 17 Eliz.

James Almont

in St. Mary's to

10 March

20

Eliz.

1

'2

Nov.

20

Eliz.

16 March

in St. Aldate's adjoining the site of the hall belonging to the Hospital of St. John to Henry Millward, late manciple of the College Bond of Henry Millward, dated 8 Jan. 21 Eliz., enclosed

a

void

piece

of ground

Graundpont

in

to

William

Gilliard, tailor

Of a tenement

25 Eliz. 22 Jan.

20.

27 Eliz.

21.

Of

28 Eliz. 27 Nov.

22.

Of a tenement

28

23.

Of a tenement

24.

Of three tenements abutting on

Henry Millward

in St. Aldate's to

four tenements in St.

Ebbes

John Kedshaw, glover

to

8 Oct.

Eliz.

in the parish

of St.

Mary Magdalene

to

William Giles, barber in

Grandpont

to Thos. Style, slater

16 Nov. St.

Ebbes Church

to

Richard

Brown, baker

29

Eliz.

26.

Of two houses

in St. JNIary

Of three houses abutting on

32 Eliz. 10 Oct.

26.

33 Eliz. 24 Nov.

27.

Of

33

28.

0^ a tenement adjoining Barton, freemason

34 Eliz. 30 Nov.

29.

Of a house

38 Eliz. 22 Dec.

30.

Of a tenement

40

31.

Of a tenement

32.

Of a house

Eliz.

fletcher

St.

Ebbes Church

Brown, baker

16 Oct.

Eliz.

Magdalene's parish, without the

North Gate, to John Ranken,

27 July

to

Richard

Both parts

a tenement in St. Aldate's to

St. JNIartin's

in St. Mary's to

in St.

Henry Millward Churchyard to Thos.

James and Margaret Almund

Mary Magdalene's

to

John Coulton,

tailor

in St.

Mary's to Margaret Almund, widow

9 Nov.

42

Eliz.

19 Dec.

in

Grandpont

versity of Oxford

Of a void piece

2 Jac. I. 1 April

33.

3 Jac. L 13 April

34.

Of

35.

Of a house

to

John Middleton, of the UniBoth parts

of ground in Grantpont to Peter Porie,

baker a house abutting on the churchyard of St. dalene to Richard Dice in the parish of St.

Mary Mag-

Mary Magdalene to Lawrence

Griffin

3 Jac. L 7 Sept.

36.

Of

a tenement and garden in St. Aldate's, next to the site of the hall l)elonging to the Hospital of St. John, to

Alls Millward,

widow

TENEMENTA

IN OXONIA.

167

Mary Magdalene

Lease of a tenement in the parish of St. John Coulton, tailor

4 Jac. I. 27 Oct.

37.

4 .Tac. I. 28 Nov.

38.

Of four tenements Freeman

5 Jac.

39.

Of a new house in the parish of St. Peter in the Baylie John Wylles, of the University of Oxford, brewer

40.

Of a tenement

41.

Of four tenements mason

I.

10 Oct. 5 Jac.

I.

in the parish

of

'

to

Both parts Tabbs' to Eobert

St.

to

in Grrandpond to Barnard Banger, gent.

13 Oct. 7 Jac. I.

20 Nov. 9 Jac.

I.

19 Dec.

in

'

St.

Tabbs

to

'

Thomas Weatherall, Both parts

42. Of a tenement in St. Aldate's, next to the site of the hail belonging to the Hospital of St. John, to Dionise

Edwards, B.A. 43.

Of a garden ground in the parish of St. Peter in the Bailyes to Eaphe Ratcliff, of the University of Oxford

10 Jac. I. 28 Oct.

44.

Of a house

14 Jac. I. 16 Oct.

45.

Of

46.

Of a garden ground





Mary Magdalene

in the parish of St.

a house in the parish of Dice

I.

Jac.

I.

in St. Peter's in the Baylies to

I.

Jac.

1

I.

49.

Of a brewhouse in the parish of St. Peter in the Baylie to Marteene Willis, of the University of Oxford, ale brewer Both parts Of a tenement adjoining St. Martin's Church to Thos.

50.

Of the

Barton

51.

20 April 20 Jac.

I.

a tenement in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene to Geo. Raynsby, of Kingston, Berks Both parts

48.

22 Oct. 18 Jac. I. 11 April

Raphe

Both parts

Of

27 Oct. 17 Jac.

to Ric.

47.

29 Oct. 1

Laurence

Mary Magdalene

St.

Radcliffe

15 Jac.

to

Griffin

52.

28 Oct.

brewhouse Wendleberie

Of

in

St.

Peter's

a void piece of ground in scholar of Lincoln College

Of a tenement Lawrence

in the parish

to

John

Grandpont

to

Bowell,

of

Thos. Smith, enclosed

Bond of St.

Mary Magdalene

to

Griffin

53.

Of the tenement in St. Mary's late occupied by Margarett Almond to John Browne, mercer Bond enclosed

22 Jac. I. 28 Oct.

54.

Of

3 Car. I. 13 Oct.

55.

Of seven tenements widow

3 Car. I. 29 Oct.

56.

Of

6 Car. I. 30 Oct.

57.

Of a tenement

22 Jac. .30

I.

April

a tenement in the parish of St. Mary Magdalene Smyth, butcher, and Elizabeth his wife in St.

Ebbes parish

a tenement in Grand pont Hants in

Grandpont

to

Edw*

to Alice Weatherall,

John Eeley, of Overton,

to Francis

University of Oxford, yeoman

to

Seamore, of the

Bond

enclosed

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

1G8

6 Car. I. 30 Oct. 7 Car.

4

r.

58.

59.

May „

60.

10 Car. r. 31 May

61.

Car. I. 8 April

62.

Car. I. 2 Nov.

63.

1

1

Lease of the house late occupied by Mrs. Browne, mercer

Of two tenements in the parish of Clementes, mason

Of

five

Almond

Ebbs

St.

to

Bond to

John

enclosed

Trustram

Bond

enclosed

tenements in St. Ebbs to Alice Wethera'l, widow

Of the rectory of Oddington, Oxon, Of a tenement adjoining

to Kobt. Walkett,

Churchyard to Jiimes Both parts and bond

St. Martin's

Steele, butcher

Of a tenement

in

yeoman Paper

Grandpont to Thos. Seymor, of the Uni-

versity of Oxford,

yeoman

64.

Of the tenement on the site of the St. John to Pembroke College

65.

Of a tenement in the parish of Eoger Judge, carpenter

66.

Of a tenement abutting on the churchyard Magdalene to John Brickland, tailor

67.

Of a parcel of ground in Grandpond Abingdon, coachmaker

1763.

68.

Of the tenement in St. Aldate's on the Pembroke College

1763. 16 April

69.

Of

1765. 22 April

70.

License to Thos. Sayer to let three tenements in the parish of St. Peter in the Bailey

1772.

71.

Lease of three houses in St. Ebbes to

1773. 3 Nov.

72.

Of two tenements



73.

1696. 15 April 1707.

10 Oct. 1717.

24 April 1718.

26 April

a tenement in the parish of and Eliz. Ivory

St.

hall of the Hospital of

Mary Magdalene

St.

to

of

St.

to

Mary

John Lindsay, of

site of

the hall to

Mary Magdalen

Ann

to

Wm.

Castell

14 Oct. in St.

Mary Magdalen

to Joseph Bard-

gett, schoolmaster

Of four messuages

Ebbs parish

in St.

to

George Ducker,

cordwainer 1782.

1783.

Of three houses

75.

Of two tenements and a malthouse jamin Tubb, baker

76.

Of two tenements

22 Oct. „

in St. Ebbes to John Hirons, of Hampton Poyle, in trust for the children of George Castell

74.

22 Oct.

in the parish

in

of St.

Grandpond

to

Ben-

Mary Magdalen

to

.Joseph Bardgett

1785.

77.

15 April

Of four tenements Neal,

butler

of

in the parish of St.

Jesus

College,

and

Ebbes to Jeifrey Kichard Wall,

victualler

1796.

78.

30 April 1

803.

29 April

Of four tenements

in the parish of St.

Ebbe to George Ducker

Figg, tailor 79.

Of three messuages

in St.

Ebbes to George Hirons Castle

TENEMPJNTA IN OXONIA. 1815. 28 April

80. Lease of the

1815. 22 April

81.

same

John and Eichard

Of

four messuages in Abingdon, gardener

82. License to Jas.

1821.

to

1G9

St.

Huggins

Castell

Both parts

Ebhes to James Huggins, of

to let the four

messuages

Aug. 83.

Lease of three messuages in St. Ebbes to J. and E. Castell



84.

Of two tenements

in St.

Ebbes

1837. 3 Nov.

85.

Of four messuages

in St.

Ebbes

1827.

28 April

86.

,,

Of three houses

in St.

Ebbes

to

Ann White and

others

to Gruy Thomson, banker Both parts and license to

let

to Geo. Castell, tailor

PENHOW. 34 Eliz. 2 Feb.

20 Jac.

I.

1.

2.

2 July

Eelease by Thos. Wilkins, of Lanvaire, of a tenement in Penhow to William David, of Penhow

Grant by John Thomas, of St. Brides, of the same tenement, called Groyes Wenn, to John Harrys

John Thomas

„ 20 Jac. I. 10 July

3.

Bond

4.

Eelease by John

6 Car. I. 1 April

5.

Sale by Eic. Batherne of a messuage in

6 Car.

6.

Fine

7.

Covenant

I.

of

Thomas

of Groyes

Wenn

to

John Harrys

Penhow

to Dr. Thos.

Gwynne for the

conveyance of the same tenement

Mich. 7 Car.

I.

7 Car.

I.

for the

Gwynne

20 Jan.

conveyance of the same tenement by Dr.

to All Souls' College

conveyance of the above tenement

8.

Fine

9.

Grant by John Harris and others of

for the

Tiuo copies

3 Feb.

23 Car.

I.

21 March 1657.

10.

23 Sept.

1693. 6 Dec.

Y Groyes Wen

to

Henry

Basset

Grant by Henry Basset, of Llandaff, of Y Groyes John Palmer, warden, and All Souls' College

11.

Power of attorney to John Plewis

12.

Bond to

Wenn

to

to receive seisin

of Sir Eoland Gwynne, of Llenellwith, to Warden Finch, pay the arrears of his rent for a farm in Monmouth

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

170

11 Will.

IIL

Gwynne's warrant of attorney to confess judgment

13.

5 July

1702.

14.

Similar warrant

May

12

PAPERS AND LETTERS. 1715.



15.

Thos. Shorwood to Mr. Tringham: Has presented his petition against Sir Eoland Grwynne to the Board of Grreen Cloth P. 1. Add.

16.

Sir

10 March 1718. 1



Eoland Gwynne to Warden Gardiner Understands that the College prosecutes its petition against him. Is using all honest means to pay his debts. If the College wish to put him in prison, he will surrender P. 1. Add.

May

3

:

17.

Account of Gwynne's debts to the College

1702-26.

18.

'

1729-30.

19.

Cann Wilkins toMr.

Memorandums with

relation to

9

1763.

21.

1

:



Penhow

Fp. 2 Add.



Account of the Colwarden lege's estate at Penhow, and the bad conduct of the tenant. Hoi. pp. 3 Add. Bristol Memorandum by Warden Niblett concerning Penhow

20. Francis

March

P.

'

Wynn Sends a copy of an agreement between William Langley and Thos. Wilkins concerning a lease of College land at

1730-1.

Penhow

Baker

to Dr. Niblett,

:

25 Oct.

LEASES. 1693. 6 Dec.

1.

Surrender by Sir Rowland Gwin, of Llenelwith, to All Souls' College of his lease of a farmhouse and land and a house Mutilated called Cross Wenne at Penhow

1784.

2.

Lease of Cross

3.

License to John Bagster, of Penhow, to let the same premises

4.

Lease by All Souls' College of the same to

5.

Lease of the same to the same

6.

Lease of the same to

7.

Lease of the same to William Fryer, of Caerleon

Wenne and

lands in

Penhow

to

John Bagster

20 Oct. 1788.

10 Nov. 1791.

to

Wakeman Long,

of Upton-upon-Severn

Wakeman Long

Oct.

1

1798. 31 Oct. 1

805.

Wakeman Long,

of Pershore

4 Nov. 1812. 12 Nov.

Both parts

PURCHASE OF LAND,

ETC.

171

PURCHASE OF LAND. EEDEMPTION OF LAND TAX. '

TITLE DEEDS OF THREE ALLOTMENTS OF LAND

ON EDGEWABEBUBY COMMON PUBGHASED BY ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

1854.'

1853. 13 Dec.

1.

Conveyance by Thos. Sharpe Smith to All Souls' College of an allotment under the Edgware Inclosure Act

1853. 16 Dec.

2.

Conveyance of another allotment by Bright Smith

1854.

3.

Conveyance of another allotment by the trustees under the

20 Jan.

will of Chas.

Day

'DEEDS BELATING TO PUBGHASE FBOM MESSBS.

HOLMES AND CLEVELAND.' 1800.

1.

29 March

Conveyance by Isaac Delamare of a field called Newlands, in Edgware, to Thos. Withers, of Earls bury

2.

Wm. How,

1841. 3 Aug.

3.

The

1844.

4.

Conveyance of Newlands by Cleveland and Homes to All

1820.

26 Feb.

by direction of Messrs. Withers, to Chas. Grreen. Eelease in fee of hereditaments in Willesden upon certain

Copy

trusts

devisees under the will of Thos. Withers to Eic. Cleveland and Jas. Homes. Eelease in fee of Newlands,

Edgware 13 Aug.

Souls' College

How.

5.

In Chancery: Withers

6.

Sale catalogue of land at Edgware, sold decree of Chancery in the above cause

7.

Payne

v.

How, and Withers

1839. 14 Nov.

8.

Payne

v.

How, Withers

1839.

9.

Payne v. How, and Payne v. Withers. Wra. Prescott Payne v. How. Order in Chancery

1825.

v.

Copy

of a report

25 June 1839.

Aug. 1839.

v.

How.

pursuant to a

Master's Eeport

2 Nov.

29 Nov. 1839. 2 Dec.

10.

v.

How.

Order. Affidavit of

Geo.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

172

1840.

11.

May

7 1

840.

How. Order for payment of James Home's purmoney Payne v. How. Receipt for Mr. Home's purchase money Payne

v.

chase

12.

30 M;iy. 13.

Order in Chancery in the matter of the London and Birmingham Railway, ex parte All Souls' College

1844. 9 Feb.

14.

Order in Chancery in the matter of the Act of the London and Birmingham Railway Act

1844. 3 Aug.

15.

Order for settling conveyances in re London and Birmingham Railway Act

1844. 13 Aug.

16.

In

1844. 19 Dec.

17.

Order in Chancery in the matter of the London and Birmingham Railway

18.

Bill of costs of Messrs. Parker

1843. 21 July

1

Vic. and

re All Souls' College Exchange Act and London and Acts. Report of execution of con-

Birmingham Railway veyance

1

845.

and Hayes

May

'DEEDS RELATING TO CHILD'S PUBGHASE: 1802.

1.

May

1

1810. 1

of

Surrender by Daniel court roll of Edgware. Weedon of Margery Mead to Thos. Withers

Nathaniel 2.

May

1822. 1

Copy

Copy of court

roll.

Admission of James

How on

the death

of Thos. Withers 3.

Copy of court

roll.

Admission of James, heir of James

How

May

Mead by

How

1842. 6 Sept.

4.

Surrender of Margery

1844. 31 Aug.

6.

Agreement between Henry Child and the purchase of Margery Mead

1844.

6.

Agreement between Child,

Jas.

Wm.

to

Henry Child

All Souls' College for

Butcher Axford, and the

College, for the said purchase

JVot executed

Mead by Hen.

1844. 31 Aug.

7.

Copy of court

1845.

8.

Agreement between Hen. Child and Mr. and Mrs. Hook, administratrix of W. B. Axford, and All Souls' College

10 Feb

Surrender of Margery Child to the College roll.

PAPEllS. 1841.

9.

Particulars of sale of

Margery Mead.

Printed.

24 March 1841. 10. Payne 31 March

v.

How.

Report of purchase by Mr. Child of Lot

1.

PURCHASE OF LAND, 1841. 7

11.

June

Payne

V.

How.

ETC.

173

Order to confirm report of purchase abso-

lutely

1841. 21 Dec.

12.

1842. 19 Jan.

13.

1842.

14.

Order for payment of Mr. Child's purchase v. How. money into Court Payne v. How. Afii davit of amount of interest on Mr. Child's purchase money Payne v. How. Certificate of purchase money paid in

Payne

28 Jan. 1842.

15.

Conditional surrender of Margery the use of W. B. Axford

16.

Warrant to enter

6 Sept.

1845. 10 Feb.

'

satisfaction

Mead by Henry

Child to

on the above surrender

Copy Copy

DEEDS RELATIVE TO THE PURCHASE OF A PIECE OF LAND LATELY COPYHOLD, BUT NOW ENFRANCHISED, AT eendon: Admission of

Wm.

Greeves to a piece of waste at Holder's

1820. 16 May

1.

1828. 2 June

2.

Sale by Samuel Dendy, lord of the manor of Hendon, to Wm. Greeves of a piece of land at Holder's Hill

1828. 3 June

3.

Deed

of covenant for the production of title deeds



4.

Deed

of appointment, release,

Hill

and enfranchisement of the

said land

1829. 1

&

5.

Conveyance by

'HENDON.

1836. 17 May

Wm.

land

2 Oct.

1.

Geeves to All Souls' College of the said Tivo documents

DEEDS TO LAND FORMERLY WASTE AT COLLIN DEEP:

TITLE

Wm.

Smith Tootell, trustee for All Souls' College, to enclose a piece of land near Burroughs Lane, and his

License to

admission thereto 1

2

839.

2.

Samuel Dendy, lord of the manor of Hendon, and Stevens, of Dorking, of a piece of waste land on the road from the Edgware Road to Burroughs in Hendon, to Smith Tootell

Sale by

Wm.

Nov.

Wm. 1839.

3.

Deed of covenant

4.

Release and enfranchisement of the said land by Tootell

for the

production of

title

deeds

22 Nov. 22 Nov.

Dendy

to

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

174

30

1839. 31 Dec.

6.

&

Conveyance of the said land by

Lord of the manor of Hendon to W. S. Tootell. Appointment and release for enfranchising a piece of land at Collin Deep

6.



7.

Deed of covenant

1843.

8.

Appointment and

7 Dec.

same land by W.

S. Tootell

2.

Copy of court roll of Edgeware. Admission of John Denyer Wright to a close called Old Haws in Kingsbury Agreement by John Denyer Wright to surrender Old Haws

3.

Admission of Fras. Stubbs to Old Haws

4.

Admission

1.

11 Aug.

1828.

release of the

TITLE DEEDS TO BACON LANE CBOFT, PURCHASED OF F. STUBBS'S DEVISEES.'

May 1827.

for production of title deeds

to All Souls' College

'

1822.

S. Tootell to All Souls'

Two documents

1843. 29 Sept.

1

W.

College

to Francis Stubbs

May

1

1843.

May

1

1845.

5.

May

1

1845. 2 May

of

Edw. Scott

John to

Collier, Greo.

Hen. Hooper, and Fras.

Old Haws

Surrender by Collier, &c., of Old

Haws

to the lord of the

manor 6.

Chas. Collier, G. H. Hooper, and F. E. Scott, to All Souls' College. Deed of covenant for title to Old Hawes

PAPEBS. 1759.

20

John Wright and Dennis Denyer

7.

Certificate of marriage of

8.

Baptismal

9.

Admission of John Wright to Old Hawes

May

1760.

certificate of

John Wright, son of the above

20 April 1768. 2 May 1781.

10. Certificate of

marriage of John Wright and Ann Harding

7 Jan.

1783.

11.

Baptismal ceding

12.

Copy of contract

20 March 1799.

25 June 1800.

certificate of

John Denyer Wright, son of thepre-

for the redemption of land tax on land in Kingsbury held by John Wright

13. Certificate of

the burial of John

18 Nov. 1818.

30 June

14.

Copy of the

will of

John Wright

Wright

PURCHASE OF LAND, 1825.

ETC.

Memorandum

of agreement between John Denyer Wright and Eic. Andrews for the sale of a field near Pipers in Kingsbury

15.

28 Nov.

Ann, widow of John Wright

1827. 27 Aug.

16. Affidavit of

1840. 11 May

17.

Abstract of the will of John Collier

1845.

18.

Abstract of the to

'

1719. 1

1

title

of the devisees of F'rancis Perry Stubbs

Old Haws

TITLE DEEDS TO THRESHBEING8 ACRE AT KINGSBURY, FURCRASED OF SAMUEL AND HENRY NICOLL. 1842.'

Weedon

1.

Admission of Daniel and John Acre

2.

Admission of John Weedon on surrender by Daniel Weedon

3.

Admission of Daniel Weedon on the death of John Weedon

4.

Contract for sale of Thresbeings Acre by Samuel and Hen. NicoU to Richard Berens on behalf of All Souls' College

May

1726. 2 May 1732.

175

to

Thresbeings

May

1842. 17 Aug.

PAPERS. 1842.

5.

Deed

6.

Abstract of

7.

Plan of Thresbeings Acre

of covenant for the purchase

24 Oct.

'

title

TITLE DEEDS RELATING TO THE PURCHASE OF LAND OF THE EXECUTORS OF W. STUBBS, ESQ., AT KINGSBURY.'

1.

Admission of Thos. Sutton to a cottage, orchard, and pightle, parcel of Newlands

1774. 14 Oct.

2.

Lease of the pasture field, Great Warren, Black lands, &c., in Kingsbury by Thos. Thorpe to Wm. Harrison

1782.

3.

Admission of the executors of Thos. Thorpe to Payee's tenement, Osborne's Croft, and other land Admission of Tlios. Furnell to Blacklands and other lands

1759. 1

1

May

May

1783. 1

May

4.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

176 1802. 1

1816. 1

Admission of

6.

Admission of John Stent to the cottage in Newlands

7.

Admission of Francis Stubbs to closes called Wilkins and Beanhill, with grant of waste

May

1819. 12 June

8.

1820.

9.

Wm.

Cook

of covenant to surrender

Deed of covenant

by

Wm.

11.

Admission of

Wm.

12.

Wm.

13.

Admission of Stubbs to Stent's cottage

14.

Lease of a house in Salmon Stubbs to Wm. Nicholls

15.

John

10. Surrender

Stubbs

1822.

Deed

for production

of deed of 17 Jan. 1814

May

Cook and Rev. L. Clutterbuck

to Fras.

Stent to the cottage

May

1823.

30 April 1823. 1

on Furnell's death

Kingsbury

P. Eundell to F. Stubbs.

1820.

1

in trust

to Fras. Stubbs.

his copyhold lands in

10 March 1

Cook

May

1817. 1

Wm.

5.

May

Stent and others to Fras. Stubbs. surrender his cottage, &c.

Deed of covenant

lo

May

1835.

29 Sept. 1843. 2 Aug.

Collier, Greo.

Souls' College.

St.,

Kingsbury, by Francis Perry

Hen. Hooper, and P>as. Edw. Scott to All Deed of covenant for title to Beanhill,

Wilkins, and other land



16.

Surrender by Collier &c.

PAPERS.

Wm.

17.

Marriage

1714. Sept.

18.

Baptismal certificate of Thomas, son of the above

1731.

19.

1713. 1

certificate of

Thorpe and

Eliz.

Henley

9 April

Inscription on the

tomb

of Eliz. Thorpe

11 Sept. 20. Pedigree of the

1736. 1

May

21.

Thorpe family

Surrender of a messuage, with Blacklands, &c., by Thorpe, and admission of himself, Thos., and

Wm. Mary

Thorpe 1742.

22. Register of burials of

Mary,

Elizabetli,

and Mary Thorp,

1738-42 1745. 1

23. Surrender

by Thos. Thorpe

to uses

May

1758. 19 June

24. Admission of James Clutterbuck Pipers, and Pageficld

to

Great Framesland,

PURCHASE OF LANDS, 1773. 9 Nov.

25. Admission of hill,

John and

ETC.

177

Cliarlotte Carter to Wilkins,

Beane-

&c.

Thorpe

1782. 11 March

26.

Copy of the

1782.

27.

Admission of Thos. Lynnell and John Chaloner to Payee's tenement, held by Thos. Thorpe

May

1

1783. :May

28. Surrender

1786.

29.

will of Thos.

by Lynnell and Chaloner

to Thos. Furnell

1

Surrender by Thos. Sutton of the cottage to

Wm.

Stent

]\Iay

1

1786.

30. Admission of Thos. Furnell to Crabsland

30 May 31.

Admission of Rev. Lewis Clutterbuck, son and heir of James Clutterbuck

1799. 14 May

32.

Copy of contract

1799.

33.

Copy of contract for the redemption of the land tax on Newlands and Little Bush Farm

1799. 9 Aug.

34.

Copy

1806.

35.

Surrender by Carter of Wilkins, &c., to

1792. jNIay

I

22 June

May

I

1

for

of the contract for the redemption of the land tax on Pagefield

Wm.

and Sarah

Evans

Copy of the

William Stent

will of

1816. 9 Feb.

36.

1818.

37. Tothill v. Rhodes.

30

redemption of land tax on Wilkins and

Beaneliills

Order in Chancery

May

1819.

38. Affidavit of

Ann Addison

Tivo copies

II Feb.

1819. 17 June

39. Tothill v. Rhodes.

Order in Chancery

1819.

40. Tothill v. Rhodes.

Certificate of

payment by

Fras. Stubbs

23 June 1843. I

May

1843.

41.

Admission of John

Edw. Scott

Collier,

GTeo.

to the estates of F. P.

Hen. Hooper, and Fras. Stubbs

42. Particulars of sale of the estates of F.

P

Stubbs

Printed

22 June 1

I I

843.

43. Abstract of title of the executors of F. P. Stubbs

July

1843. 3 Aug. 1843. 17 Aug.

1844. 13 Jan.

44. Valuation of timber in Kingsbury purchased by the College 45. Receipt

by

Collier,

Hedges, and Steel,

for the

purchase money

of Stubbs' estates 46. Declaration of Margaret

Higham

never married 47. Schedule of deeds

and documents N

that F. P. Stubbs was

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

178

THE AVVOWSON OF NEB TON BIWMSHOLD. 1689.

1.

29 April 2.

1690.

3.

Marriage settlement between daughter of Eobert Lambe

4,

Conveyance of messuage and land in Newton Bromshold by Thos. and Wm. Faldoe to Hen. Lambe

5.

Conveyance of the moiety of the manor of Newton Bromshold by Chas. Gery to Henry Lambe

6.

Feoffment of premises in Newton Bromshold by John Trott

&

19

&

1

&

3

1713-4. & 4 Feb.

Trott to Thos. Bletsoe

20 June

1710. 2

Aug.

1719.

Wm.

F. Haldoe and Frances,

Henry Lambe

1

March 1721. 30 JMarch

7.

&

Conveyance of a messuage and land in Newton Bromshold by Henry Wyckly to Henry Lambe With copy of fine enclosed

1778. 22 Dec.

8.

Conveyance of the advowson of Newton Bromshold by Eliz. Bletsoe to Eev. David Tanqueray

1788.

9.

Grant of the advowson by Eev. Edw. Tanqueray to Eev. John Cooper

21

to

&

June

2

181 12 Oct. 1*^.

1818. 31 Dec.

£0

Conveyance of the advowson of Newton Eromshold by Edw.

1690. 17 April

16

29

Conveyance by Thos. Wrootliam of a messuage and land in Newton Eromshold to \Vm. Faldoe

&

10.

11.

Grant of the advowson bv Eev.

J.

Cooper to Chas. Hewitt

Grant of the advowson by Chas. Hewitt to Daniel Harper and his trustee

1831. 12. Conveyance of the advowson by the Harper and others to Thos. Penrice 31 March

assignees

of

Thos.

PAPERS. 1708. 10 July

13.

Copy of the

will of Thos. Bletsoe, of

1739.

14.

Copy of the

will of Eev. Thos. Bletsoe, sen.

15.

Copy of the

will of the Eev. Thos. Bletsoe

16.

Copy of the

will of

1800.

17.

Act

1815.

18.

Eev. Edw. Tanqtieray to Eic. Watson:

Bozeat

22 JMarch 1

745.

22 March 1782.

Eev. Thos. Tanqueray

23 Oct.

1 Sej^t.

for enclosing Ferrers

common at Newton Bromshold and Higham

burial of his father and his

Printed

own

—Sends

birth.

certificates of

Tingrith

PURCHASE OF LANDS, 1815. 5 Sept.

19.

1815. 6 Sept.

20.

1815. 18 Sept.

21.



T. Times to Ric. rays.

Watson:

ETC.

179

— Information

about the Tanqiie-

Bedford

Edw. Tanqueray

to

Eic.

Watson:

— Information

about

liis

Tingritb

family.

Date of the

will of

John Cooper

22. Pedigree of the Tanquerays

1818. 5 Nov.

23. Daniel Harper to Chas. Hewitt rectory of Newton Bromshold

1818. 27 Dec.

24. C.

1819. 16 April

25. Probate of the will of Daniel

Hewitt to Daniel Harper inciirabent.

:

:

— Asks particulars about the

— States the

age of the present

Tamworth Harper

26.

Agreement between Thos. Harper and Messrs. Haynes, Day, & Co. for the purchase of the advowson

27.

Abstract of

1832.

28,

Sketch of the rectory farm

1839. 2 Feb.

29. J.

1824. 9 Oct.

1828.

title to

the advowson

22 May.

— Sends deeds relating

Grwyn Jeffreys to Geo. P. Hester the purchase from Thos. Penrice. :

to

Swansea

30. Abstract of title of Thos. Penrice to the advowson of

Newton

Bromshold 31.

Schedule of deeds and papers in the hands of Kay, Price,

&

Co. to secure a debt from Thos.

MELWATS

CLOSE,

Harper

NEW

BOMNEY.

of the conveyance of Melway's Close in New Romney by Mrs. Eliz. Loftie Eaton and others to Edw. Rowe Mores to the use of Mr. Withy, and Mr. Greo. Masey

1819. 5 June

1.

Copy

1839. 17 Miiy

2.

Mortgage

1841.

3.

Conveyance of part of Melway's Close by Geo. Masey and

1

1

Masey

to

Wm.

Stringer

another to All Souls' College

Oct.

1841.

of Melway's Close by Greo.

4.

Abstract of Masey's

'

1843. 31 Dec.

1.

1844. 8 Jan.

2.

title

DEEDS RELATING TO PURCHASE FROM ASSIGNEES AND MORTGAGEES OF DENE W; OF LAND CALLED THE DEAN AT WILLESDEN.

Henry Plumptre Gipps and covenant for production of

Ratification of the sale of the

Anne Moore,

Eliz. Gray,

N 2

Deed

of

to All Souls' College

by

All Souls' title

College.

deeds

Dean

and others interested in

it

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

180 1844. 10 Jan.

Conveyance of the Dean by J. Gr. Wright Biddulph, John Wright, and others, to All Souls' College

3.

EEDEMPTION OF LAND 1798.

Copy of contract by the Marquis of Buckingham tion of land tax at Long Crendon

1,

22 Dec. 1804.

26

TAX. for

redemp-

Certificate of contract for redemption of land tax on the library of All Souls' College and all land in tlie parish of

2.

May

St.

Mary

the Virgin, Oxford

1828.

3.

Account of expenses attending sales made by the College for the piu-pose of redeeming the land tax

1831. 16 Aug.

4.

Certificate of contract for the



5.

a farm near Wilsdon Green Similar certificate for land near Neasdon



6.

Similar certificate for land between Kensal and Harlesden

redemption of the land tax on

Greens

Green Fields and



7.

Similar certificate for land near Wille^den Church



8.

Similar certificate for land in Lower Brent Field and Fortune Field

9.

W. Smith

1831

Tootell to E. Berens :— About the redemption of the land tax. Edgware

6 Dec.

1831.

10.



11.

1835. 21 .July

in Sherrick

'

Mems

for

Mr. Berens information,' on the same subject

Statement of account by

12. Certificate

sale of land for

for

W.

S. Tootell

the redemption of the land tax on land at

Wappenham

BOMNEY, HAEEIETSHAM, UPCHUECH. 1420.

28

1.

May

17 Hen.

VL

2.

21 Nov.

17 Hen. VI.

20

to St.

VL to Ric. Andrews, Warden of All Souls' of the rectory of Upchurch, lately belonging to the priory of St. Mary de Insula Dei, Normandy

Grant by Henry College,

3.

May

18 Hen. VI. 13 March

Will of Margaret Roo, of Upchurch. Bequests Mary's Church, where she desires to be buried

Grant by Henry VI. to Ric. Andrews, warden, and All Souls' College, of the priory of

4.

Romney, Kent

Grnut by Henry VI. to All Souls' College of the priory of Romney and rectory of Upchurch, with license of impropriation

ROMNEY, HARRIETSHAJVI, UPCHURCH. 19 Hen. VI. Feb.

1521. 16 May

8-9 Hen. V.

[Jac.

I. ?]

Thos. and John Chapman, heirs of Thos. Chapman, escheator of Kent and Middlesex, ask exoneration from the dues of the rectory of New Romney, in the king's hands since the death of Joan, queen of England

6.

6.

7.

8.

181

Confirmation by W. Warham, archbp. of Canterbury, of the appropriation of the rectory of Upchurch and priory of Romney to All Souls' College Seah of the archbp. and archdeacon, and of the prior of Christchurch

Extract from the computus of the lands of Joan, late queen of England, concerning the priory of Romney and the church of Upchurch '

Representation from Upchurch, concerning the poor's corn used to be distributed '

[Jac.

L]

9.

A

note of the glebe lands belonging to the parsonage of

Up-

church [circa. 1636,] 10.

Account of lands and tithes at Upchurch

BONDS OF

VIGARS.

of Henry Stafford, vicar of New Romney, to be content with his tithes, and seek no augmentation thereof

11.

Bond

1608-9, 16 Feb.

12.

Similar bond of Thos. Long, vicar of Upchurch

1613.

13.

Similar bond of Peter Knight, vicar of

14.

Similar bond of Fras. Bond, M.A., vicar of Upchurch

1630. 13 Nov.

15.

Similar bond of Christopher Collard, vicar of Upchurch

1666-7. 26 Feb.

16.

Similar bond of Benjamin Phinnies, vicar of Upchurch

1576.

4 April

New Romney

2 6 April

1619.

29

May

LETTERS. 1443, 18 Nov.

1575. April

1 1

17.

John [Stafford] archbp. of Canterbury, to



tlie

treasurer and

barons of the exchequer: Gives the result of a search in his registers for the contribution to the tenth payable by the churches of Romenal and Upchurch Copy 18.

Henry



Stafford to Warden Hoveden An account of a search the records at Dymchurch and elsewht^re, about the assessment of land for repairing the wall, and portions of :

among

land which he thinks formerly belonged to the College,

Komney

Pp,

2.

New Add Endd.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

182 1765. 7 Dec.

E. Brereton to Niblett:

19.

— Information about

Recommeuds

Upchurch.

for a fellowship.

]Mr.

Derby

LEASES OF THE BEGTOBY OF 23 Hen. VIIL 10 Jan.

Edw. VI.

2

the vicarage of

Coke of Derby, a candidate Pp. 3. Add.

NEW BOMNET.

To John Toser and Thos. Ligham

1.

2.

To Edw.

3.

To Edw. Pye,

4.

To Christopher Arundell,

Pie, of Oxford

22 Dec. 6

Edw. VI. 1

of Oxford

6 Nov.

5 Eliz.

of Oxford

With hvo copies of the bond of Joan his widow, dated 25 May, 1563

20 Nov. 5.

To John Nashe,

18 Eliz. 25 Oct.

6.

To John Yonge,

20 Eliz. 24 Nov.

7.

To

29

8.

To

10 Eliz.

butler of the College

6 Jan.

1

Eliz.

Alex. Smith, of Canterbury

Wm.

Baker, son of

Wm.

Baker, parson of Hope All

Saints

Oct.

29 Eliz. 12 July 37 Eliz. 10 April 41 Eliz.

9.

To William Baker

10.

To Eichard Clarke

11.

To Eichard Clerke

12.

To

13.

To Edward Master,

Bond

attached

Oct.

1

3 Jac. 1

of Balden

I.

Eic. Clark

June

15 Car.

I.

of Willsborough

Bond

28 Oct.

enclosed

LEASES OF THE BEGTOBY OF UFGHUBGH. 13 Hen. VII. 16 Oct.

„ 19 Hen. VII.

20

1.

To Lawrence

2.

To John

3.

To John Haynes, perpetual

4.

To John Burbage

Grenestrete, of Upchurch

Hollforthe,

]\Iay

9 Hen.

VIIL

29 March

yeoman vicar

ROMNET, HARRIETSHAM, UPCHURCH. 20 Hen. VIII.

5.

To Thos. Hogeson

6.

To

Eic. Holbrooke,

7.

To

Eic.

Holbrooke

8.

To

Eic.

Holbrooke

9.

To Clement Mjllwaye

183

31 Jan.

2G Hen. VIII.

groom

of the pantry to the king

27 Nov.

34 Hen. VIII, 13 Oct.

3 Edw. VI. 13 March 2 Eliz.

Bond

enclosed

24 April 10.

To John

Griffith, of

11.

To John

Griffith,

21 Eliz. 14 Sept.

12.

To Thos. Eandolphe,

24

13.

To William Lewin,

14.

To \Vm. Lewin

33 Eliz. 24 Nov.

15.

To

Wm.

Lewin

37 Eliz. 10 April

16.

To

Wm.

Lewin

42 Eliz. 3 April

17.

To Anne Lewin, widow

5 Jac. I. 9 April

18.

To

Sir Justinian

Lewin

14 Jac. I. 16 Oct.

19.

To

Sir Justinian

Lewin

9 Eliz.

London, D.C.L.

10 Oct. Eliz.

1

D.C.L.

14 Aug.

Eliz.

of

London

of London, D.C.L.

3 April

28 Eliz. 10 Nov.

Both parts and bond

18 Jac. I. 20. To Ladv Lewin, widow of Sir Justinian 21 Oct.

22 Jac. I. 10 Nov.

21.

To Ealph Hopton,

Bond

enclosed

Ealph Hopton

Bond

enclosed

Bond

enclosed

To

Sir Ealph

23.

To

Sir

24.

To William Allen

1786. 16 Oct.

25.

To John Packman

1794. 3 Nov.

26.

To John Packman

1798. 31 Oct.

27.

To John Packman

I.

husband of Lady Lewin

Hopton

22.

5 Car.

esq.,

29 Oct. 13 Car.

I.

3 Sept.

17 Car.

I.

29 Oct.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

184

28.

To John Packman

29.

To John Packman

1817. 13 July

30.

Of the parsonage farm

1823. 7 Dec.

31.

1802.

Both

j) arts

and

license to let

23 Oct. 1806.

10 Nov.

1

to John Amherst Walter, \Vm. Jordan, Wakeley, Wm. Pell, and Wm. Tress,

Thos. Stanley farmers

Of the parsonage farm

to the

same

SALFOBD, HOLCOTE. '

SPEGIALE8 OABT^ DE TENEMENTIS IN SALEFOBDE.'

1.

2.

Grant by Wido de Sancto Walerico to of a tenement and lands in Salegford

Hugh

de Salegford

Settlement of a dispute between Simon Passelewe and Hugh de Saleforde concerning the commons between Holecotlie

and Saleforde 3.

Grant by Reginald de Wavendon to Nigel, son of Hugh de Saleford, of the service of Simon, son of Tent, for his tenement

Hugh de Saleford, to Benedict the smith, son of Simon of Crancfeld, of the messuage which he held of the said Hugh

4.

Grant by Nigel, son of

5.

Release by Peter le Carponter, of Saleford, to Nigel, son of Hugh de Saleford, of the tenement which he formerly held of Nigel's father

6.

Release by Wm, Grimbald, of Saleford, to Nigel de Saleford, of the tenements in Saleford granted to him by Nigel's father INIabcl, daughter of Wm. Grumbaut, of half an acre in Saleford to Nigel, son of Nigel de Saleford

7.

Grant by

8.

Grant by de

9.

la

Hugh

de Saleford of a mill at Saleford to Osebert

Mare and

JNLatilda, sister of

Hugh

de la Mare to her son Nicholas of the mill by her brother Hugh de Saleford on her marriage with Osebert de la Mare

Grant by

jNIatilda

at Salford, given her

10.

Grant by Hugh de Saleforde of the mill Osebert de

11.

la

to Nicholas, son

of

Mare

Grant by Hugh de Saleford of a virgate of land and Paganus Pr.Tpositus,' who now holds it, to Nicholas de la '

Mare

SALFORD, HOLCOTE.

185

12.

Grant by Hugh, son of Nigel de Saleforde, of divers lands in

13.

Grant by Hugh, son of Nigel de Saleford, of the court held by his mother in Saleford, the mill and other lands to

14.

Grant by Hugh de Saleford

Mare

Saleford to Nicholas, son of Osbert de la

Nicholas de

la

Mare to Kichard,

son of Osbert the

chaplain, of lands in Saleforde 15.

Grant of lands in Saleforde by Hugh, son of Nigel,

to Richard,

son of Osebert 16.

Wm.

Grant by

Passelewe, of Holecote, of a

forde to Robert de la 17.

meadow

Grant by Gilbert, son of Walter de Crancfeld, of land croft, Salford, to

in Sale-

Mare in

Lyn-

John Cady, of Salford

18.

Grant by Gilbert, son of Walter de Crankfeld, of 4^ acres in Saleforde, to John, son of Nigel de Saliford, and Joan his

19.

Grant by Gilbert de Crankfeld of a piece of land

wife

field, Salford, to

in

West-

John, son of Nigel de Saleford, and Joan

his wife

20.

21.

Grant by Robert Hereward of a messuage and land at Salforde to John, son of Nigel de Salford, and Joan his wife Grant by William, son of Reginald and Smania his wife, of half an acre in Lyncroft to John, son of Nigel de Saleford

22.

Grant by Ismena de Horle to John and Joan de Saleforde of a rent of 4rf. due to her from Geoffrey Coffing, with her

23.

Grant by Ymena de Horlee to John le Dossere, of Crancfeld, and Alice his wife, of unum bottum terrse in Saleford

other claims on his estate '

15 Edw.

I.

24.

'

Grant by Ysmayna de Horle, widow of Robert, son of Thos. de Cranfeld, to John de Saleford, of her estate in

23 Jan.

six acres

in Salforde

by Adhelina, widow of Gilbert de Crauncfeld, to John Foley n and Joan de Saleford, of her right to tenements granted to them by her husband

25. Release

20 Edw. I. 26. Quitclaim by Adhelyna, widow of Gilbert, son of Walter de Crancfeld, of a messuage in Saleford to John the miller 25 June 24 Edw. I. 14 Feb.

27.

Wm

and Agnes de Hampslape of half an acre in Saleforde to Roger, son of Nigel de Saleford

Grant by

27 Edw. I. 28. Grant by Richard de la Mare of his messuage, land, and mill at Saleford, to Nigel, son of John de Saleford 23 Dec.

27 Edw. I. 29. Grant by Richard de la Mare of a messuage, lands, and two mills in Saleford to Nigel, son and heir of John de 30 Dec. Saleford

27 Edw. I. 30. Grant by Agnes, widow of Richard de tenements to Nigel de Saleford 12 June

la

Mare, of the same

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

186

27 Edw. I. 14 June

31.

Grant by John de la Mare of a tenement inSaleford son of John de Saleford



32. Eelease



33.

by John de

la

Mare

of the

to Nigel,

same tenement

Duplicate of the preceding

31 Edw. I. 34. Eelease by Agnes de la Mare of her tenement in Saleford to 25 Dec. Roger, son of Nigel, John the chaplain, of Bedeford, and Hugh de Rothewell 31 Edw. 3 Feb.

I.

35.

Grant by

Hugh

de Rouwelle and Agnes de la Mare, his wife,

of 13 acres in Salforde to Roger, son of Nigel de Salford

31 Edw. I. 36. Grant by Hugh de Rothewell and Agnes de la Mare, of amessuage in Salford to Roger, son of Nigel 27 June

32 Edw.

I.

37.

May

7

Grant by Roger, son of Nigel de Saleforde, of a portion of his croft there to his son

Nigel

32 Edw. I. 38. Grant by Baldwin, son and heir of John Poleyn, of Tebworth, of Le Brodemade in ' prato de Hare,' to Roger, son of Nigel 30 Aug. de Saleforde

34 Edw.

I.

by Roger, son of Gilbert de Cranfeld, of all his tenements in Salford, to Nigel and Margery de Saleforde

39. Release

5 April

4 Edw. II. 17 Aug.

40.

Grant by Hugh de Saliford of a messuage and land in Saliford to Walter Peissun Not sealed

41.

Grant by Walter Peissun to John atte Water of a messuage and land granted him by Hugh Salford

4 Edw. II. 42. Grant by Wm., son of Ralph, apparitor, of a rood in West25 June field, Saleforde, to John de Saleforde 5 Edw. II. 43. Fine by which Hugh, son of Nigel de Saleforde, surrenders the manor of Salforde to Nigel, son of John de Saleforde Oct. and Margery liis wife

6 Edw. II. 44. Grant by Wm. Le Dole, of Segenho, to John de Saleforde, of an acre of land in Esthothul, in Saleforde 14 July 6 Edw.

II. 45.

20 Oct.

Grant by John, son of Hugh the smith, of Saleforde, and Agnes his wife, of a rood of land in Dich Forlong, Saleford, to John de Salforde

6 Edw. II. 46. Grant by Richard Clerk, of Saleforde, of the messuage granted 21 Feb. him by John Hereward, to John, son of John de Saleforde 8 Edw. II. 47. Indenture between John de Redeswelle and Sir Nigel de Saleford for the payment of 20 marks by the latter 24 Feb.

10 Edw.

II. 48.

3 Jan,

Grant by John, son of Hugh the smith, of his messuage in Le Brokhende, Saleforde, to John, son of John, late lord of Saleforde

10 Edw. IL 49. Grant by Nicholas Coffin of a messuage in Le Brokhende to John, son of John, late lord of Saleforde 5 June 13 Edw. II. 50. Grant by Hugh de Rothewell and Agnes de la Mare of all their tenements in Salforde, with reservations, to Sir Nigel 8 July de Salforde 13 Edw. II. 25 March

61.

Lease by

Hugh and Agnes

de Rothewell of

in Saleford to Sir Nigel de Saleford

all their

tenements

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 52.

187

Grant hy Imajna, daughter of Hugh, parson of Holecote, of an acre of land at Salford, to Hugh and Christina de Bocherne

17 Edw. II. 53. Lease of a virgate of land at Salford by Thos. de Bocchirn to John de Saleforde 22 Dec.

by Tho?. Rocchirne to John de Saleforde of a virgate of land in Westmede, Saleforde

18 Edw. II. 4 Oct.

54. Sale

18 Edw. II. 15 Feb.

55.

Lease of a messuage and land at Salforde by Thos. de Bocchirne to John de Saleforde

Edw.

56.

Grant by Agnes Colyn, of Saleforde, of half an acre in Mechellowe, Saleforde, to John de Saleforde

57.

Release by Simon, son and heir of Roger de Saleforde, to Nigel de Saleforde of his estate in his father's tenements

1

II.

26 Jan. 2

Edw.

II

14 June

4 Edw. III. 25 July 6

Edw.

III.

by Simon, son of Roger de Saleford, of a messuage and laud in Saleford to Sir Nigel de Saleford

58. Release

59.

13 Dec. 9

Edw. IIL 4 June

Grant by Agnes Colyn of half an acre forde, to John de Saleforde

in Wodeforlonge, Sale-

by John de Saleforde of his estate in Leverowne Dyches to Sir Nigel de Saleforde

60. Release

61.

Release by John de Saleford of ' Leverone dyches son and heir of Sir Nigel de Saleford

62.

Grant by Agnes, daughter of Mary de Heywode of Holecote, of an acre at Saleforde to Sir Peter and Joan de Saleford

27 Edw. IIL 8 Nov.

63.

Grant by Edward

29 Edw. IIL

64. Release

5?

11

Edw. IIL 17 Aug.

III. to

his lands at Salford

14 April

'

to Peter,

Peter de Salford of free warren in Great seal

by Mariota Pessaun of a rent of 2d. John de Saleforde

for

two acres in

Saleforde to

33 Edw. III. 30 Oct.

65.

Grant by Sarra Millewarde of a messuage and land late belonging to Thos. de Boccherne, in Salford, to Sir Peter de Saleford

47 Edw. III. 28 Feb.

66.

Grant by John Porter, John

49 Edw. III. 4 May

67.

Record of proceedings in the Court of Assize at Bedford, in which the manor of Salford was adjudged to Peter, son of Nigel de Salford, against John and Katharine Porter, of Wouburn Chapel

2 Hen. V. 4 Oct.

68.

Grant by Peter Salford of the manor of Salford to Sir Thos. Aylesbury, Oliver Groos, Walter Bosom, and others

55

2

Hen. V. 11 Nov.

4 Hen. V. 29 May

Craunfeld, of the de Salford

manor

Morton,

and Richard de and Katharine

of Salford, to Peter

69. Counterpart of the preceding

70. Declaration of Peter Salford's intention in

making the

pre-

ceding grant 71.

Memorandum

of the payment of 19^ 9s. llcZ. by the attorneys of Ankeretta Drakelowe, to Margaret, widow of Peter Salford, and John Lynford, to pay the said Peter's debts.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

188

4 Hen. V. 20 June

72.

5 Hen. V. 25 April

73.

4

manor Grrant

by Ankeretta Drakelowe of the manor of Salford to Reginald Eagaun, John

Thos. Wydevylle of Grafton, Barton, jun., and others 74.

„ 5 Hen. V.

by Sir Thos. de Aylesbury, Wm. Bosom, &c., of the of Salford to Ankeretta, widow of Sir Thos. Drakelowe and sister of Peter de Salford

Grrant

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

75. Declaration of the intention of

May

Richard Wydevylle concerning

the preceding grant

5 Hen. V. 12 Oct.

76.

Receipt by Ankeretta Drakelowe of 40 marks for the manor of Salford from Thos. Wydevylle, &c.

10 Hen. V. 8 July

77.

Receipt by the attorney of Margaret, widow of Peter Salford, from Richard Wydevyle, of 1 1 marks for the rent of her portion of the manor of Salford

Hen. VI. 24 Nov.

78.

Release by Oliver Groos, John Lynford, and Thos. Stodhagh, of the manor of Salford to Thos. Wydevylle, John Barton,

.

7

John

GifFard.

and

Wm.

Fortho

15 Hen. VI. 13 May

79.

Indenture by which Richard Wydevyle agrees to convey the manor of Salford to Henry [Beaufort] cardinal and bp. of Winchester, Henry [Chicliele], archbp. of Canterbury, and

15Hen.VL 20 May

80,

Grant by Elizabeth, widow of Reginald Ragoun, sister and heir of Thos. Wydevylle, and John Heldwell, son of Agnes,

Sir Walter Hungerford

sister of

the said Elizabeth, of the manor of Salford to

Richard Wydevylle ?'

» 1

5 Hen. VI. 1

June

15Hen.

VL

81.

Power cf attorney

82.

Power

to deliver seisin

of attorney to receive seisin

83. Release by Elizabeth Ragoun and John Heldwell of the 83 manor of Salford to Richard Wydevylle 84.

12 June

Grant of the manor of Salford by Richard Wydevylle to Cardinal Beaufort, Archbp. Chichele, and Sir Walter Hungerford

»>

85.

Counterpart of the above



86.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

87.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin

,?

20 Hen. VI. 1

by Cardinal Beaufort and Sir Walter de Hungerford of the manor of Salford to Archbp. Chichele

88. Release

Feb.

20 Hen. VI.

by Joan, widow of Richard Wydevyle, of the of Salford to Archbp. Chichele

89. Release

25 Feb.

manor

20 Hen. VI. 90. Similar release by Sir Richard Wydevyle

March

1

20 Hen. VI. 1

91.

Surrender by Archbp. Chichele of the manor of Salford to Henry VI. ChicheWs seal with swans as supporters {broken)

92.

Power

May „

of attorney by

Henry Chichele, abp. of Canterbury, Henry VI.

to deliver seisin of Salford to

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 20 lien. VI. 93. Power of attorney to receive 3

seisin

May

20 Hen. VI. 17

189

94.

May

Grant by Henry VI. of the manors of Crendon, Foxcote, Moorton, and Salford, and a messuage in St. Mary's Street, Oxford, to All Souls' College

95. Copies of

Cojpy

documents concerning Salford, temp. Edw.

III.

Parchment

roll

'SPEC TALES CABT^ BE TENEMENTIS IN ASPLYE.' 96. Grrant by Eeginald de Sancto Walerico to

Saleford, of a

meadow and

Hugh, chaplain

of

island at Holecote

by Hugh the chaplain of the lands mentioned in the preceding to Falcho de Breauter

97. Release

by Hugh Hacun of Aspele to Simon le Someter and Edith his wife of 2 roods of land in Aspele

98. Grrant

99.

Grant by John Kille, clerk of Aspele, to Simon le Someter and Edith his wife, of 6 roods in Aspele and in Alumbrigg-

Mede

[1217-33]

100.

Grant by Ricliard le Veil of 6 acres in Aspele to Walter, son of Richard of Saleford, deacon

101.

Release by Richard, abbot, and the convent of Woburn, of their land in Aspele to Hugh de Saleford

102.

Grant by Gregory de Stondon to W'illiam the ford, of an acre and a rood m Aspele

103.

Grant by Robert the miller to Nicholas the merchant, of Sale-

all

miller, of Sale-

forde, of a rood of land at Aspele

104.

Grant by Hugh de Foteseia to Nicholas the merchant of 4

105.

Grant by Hugh de Foteseie to Osebert, merchant of Saleford, of 3| roods in Aspele Grant by Robert Pefot, of Aspele, to Osebert, merchant, son of Ralph the merchant, of an acre at Aspele

roods in Aspele

106.

7

Edw. 1 1

I.

107.

May

Grant by

V^^'illiam ' dictus le Bole,' of Segenho, of half an acre of land at Aspele to John, son of John, late lord of

Saleforde

16 Edw.

I.

and heir of Wm. de Holeborne, to and Sabina, daughters of Hugh de la Bouwye, son

108. Quitclaim by Peter, son

Emma

8 April

of Osebert the merchant, of his claim to the property of the latter, his

grandfather

23 Edw. I. 30 Jan.

109.

Grant by Juliana, widow of Michael Rachel, of a rood of land at Aspele to John Attebroc

30 Edw. I. 24 May

110.

Grant by Ralph Clerk of Saleforde, and Mary his wife, of land in Saleforde and Aspele in exchange for the moiety of a messuage at Saleforde, to Wm. and Agnes le Bole, of Segenho

ARCHIVES OP ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

190

30 Edw. 9 June

I.

111.

Division of a messuage in Salford belonging

Amabilla

le

to

Brun between Sabina and Emma,

the late grand-

lier

daughters 112.

Grant by Wm. le Bole of half an acre of John ate Brok

8 Edw. II. 15 Nov.

113.

Grant by Hugh, son of Matilda, of half an acre at Aspele to John de Saleforde

8 Edw. II. 24 Jan.

114.

Grant by William, son of

9 Edw. II.

115.

5 Edw. IL

29 June

Wm. le

late lord of Saleforde, of a

in Aspele to Eoger, son

Bole, to John, son of John,

tenement at Aspele, near Husse-

borne 14 March

Edw.

9

II.

Edw.

II.

Edw. IL

Edw. IL

117.

Grant by

118.

Grant by John the smith, son of Hugh and Agnes

?5

Wm. David of a rood of land at Aspele to John, son of the late John de Saleford his wife,

of all his land in Aspele to John, son of John, late lord of Salford 119.

26 April

10 Edw. II. 18 Nov.

John

Grant by Hugh, son of Matilda, of 2^ roods in Aspele to John de Saleforde

11 April

9

of land in Aspele to

116.

21 Dec.

9

Wymundham

de Saleford

12 Nov. 9

Grant by Robert de

Wm. Davy of a rood and a son of John, late lord of Saleforde

Grant by

120.

Grant by the same

121.

Grant by John

to the

lialf at

Aspele to John,

same of 2 roods of land at Aspele

Sesse, son of Philip of Lambecokshull, of an

acre in Aspele to John, son of John, late lord of Saleforde

10 Edw. IL 122. Grant by Richard de Hoclive of 2 acres at Aspele to John 20 March de Saleford

10 Edw. IL 123. Grant by John Perman of land 1 1 1

May Edw.

29

late II.

John

ate

in Aspele to

by Roger, son of Wm. le Bole, of all his lands in Aspele, and an acre in Salford, to John de Salforde

124. Release

May

12 Edw. IL 125. Grant by Ralph 13 Jan. de Saleforde

le

Cyir of a rood of land at Aspele to John

13 Edw. IL 126. Grant by Thos., son of Edith Rachel, of a 28 Oct. mede, in Aspele, to John de Saleforde

13 Edw. IL 127. Grant by Ralph 3 Feb. de Salford 14 Edw. IL 8 Feb.

Roger, son of the

Brok

128.

le

meadow in Le Brode

Cyir of a rood of land at Aspele to John

Grant by Roger de Mydeltone of 3 roods of land in Aspele John de Saleforde

to

14 Edw. IL 129. Grant by Roger, son of the late John ate Brok, of 3^ roods at 29 March Aspele to John de Saleforde

15 Edw. IL 130. Grant by Ralph Clerk of Saleforde, of 3 roods at Aspele to 20 Dec. John de Saleforde 131.

Grant by Peter

Comaundour de RollebrichuUe and Felicia Goze of Wavendon Grant by Peter Goce of 3 roods in Aspele to John de le

his wife, of 3 roods in Aspele to Peter

15 Edw. IL 132. 30 March

Saleforde

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 15 Edw. II. 133. Grant by Wm. Saleforde 7 April

Davy

191

of 5 roods of land in Aspele to John de

16 Edw. II. 134. Grant by Eichard de Hamslape of 4 acres in Aspele to John de Saleforde 6 Feb. 18 Edw. II. 135. Grant by Eoger le Shepherde of a rood of land at Aspele to John de Saleforde 29 July 2 Edw. III. 136. Grant by Alice, daughter and heiress of Robert de Wymund9 Dec. ham, to John de Saleforde, of the lands she inherits from her father

4 Edw. III. 137. Quitclaim by Joan, widow of Richard de Hokelyve, to John 22 Aug-. de Saleforde, of the land at Aspele mentioned in No. 122 12 Edw. III. 138. Grant by John de Kynebelle of a rood of land at Aspeleghto John de Saleforde 10 Feb. 17 Edw. III. 139. Release by William, son of Alice de Wymundham, of his in25 March heritance from his grandfather to John de Saleford

5 Ric.

II.

140. Release

by Robert and Katharine Oxynford

to Peter, son of

Peter de Saleforde, of the lands in Asple acquired by John de Salford

30 Sept.

'

spegiales gabt^ de tenementis in holecote, segenho, asplie, wanindon,^ cbankfeld, et

beywoob: 33 Edw. I. 24 Nov.

the lands of Sir Ralph le Buteler in Broughton, Mullsho, and Craunfeld, between his heiresses, Lucy, wife of Wm. Passelewe, and Matilda, wife of Wybert de Irtlyng-

141. Partition of

burg 7 Edw. II. 2

142.

May

Wm. and Licia Passelewe, of Broucton, of all their lands in Craunfeld to John de Saleforde

Grant by

4 Edw. III. 143. Grant by Wm. Withe Berd of 10 acres in Houcroft and Craunfeld and rent in Salford to John de Saleford and 26 March Joan, daughter of Agnes le Smethes 5

Edw. 1

III. 144.

Nov.

Grant by Gilbert, son and heir of Ralph Passelewe, to John de Saleforde, of his lordship of vowson of the church

Wavyngdon with

the ad-

6 Edw. III. 145. Grant by John, son of Wybert Champyoun, to John de Saleforde of 5 acres in Craunfeld 1 3 Dec.

146.

Grant by Custancia, daughter of Hamon de Heywode, to Benedict her son, of an acre and a half of land in Holechote

147.

Grant by Benedict, clerk, son of Custance de Saleforde, to Richard de Heywode, of the rent and service of Hugh de Bogchirne '

Sic.

The place meant

is

Wavendon,

in Buckinghamshire.

ARCHIVES OP ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

192

by Custancia, widow of Richard le Sergaunt, of the tenement of her son Benedict in Holekote to Richard de

148. Quitclaim

Heywode 149. Similar deed

by Sara, wife of William, son of Peter of Holechote, of land in Holechote to William de Heywode

150. Grrant

151.

Grant by the same of land in Holechote to Alice, daughter of

Hamon 2 Edw. 1

I.

de

Heywode

152. Release by Margery, daughter of Nigel Currey, of a tenement

Aug.

in 153.

Wm. Wm. de

Holekote to

de Heywode

Quitclaim by Heywode of a tenement in to Richard and Alice de Heywode

154. Quitclaim

Heywode

by Nigel de Holcote of land in Aynham, StoniLa More, to Richard de Heywode

lond, and 155. Grrant

by Jordan de Heywode of land

in

Holecote to his

sister Alice 1

5 Edw. I. 156. Quitclaim by Simon, son of Jordan de Heywode, of a messuage 21 Feb. and land in Holcote to his brother Richard

23 Edw.

I.

157.

Grant by Nigel, son of William, son of Peter de Holecote, to Richard, son of Jordan de Heywode, and Mary his wife, of a field held by his father

23 Edw. [I.] 1 1 Jime

158.

Grant by John Poleyn, of Tebworthethe, Agnes, of a messuage and land in Hare

159.

Grant by Nigel, son of Wm. de Holekote, of half an acre in Holecote to his daughter Agnes

6

May

to

his

daughter

24 Edw. T. 160. Grant by Agnes, daughter of Nigel, of the same land to Richard and Mary de Heywode 28 March

24 Edw. I. 25 April

161.

Grant by Nigel de Holecote of land in Holecote held by his grandfather from the convent of Caldewelleto Richard and

Mary de Heywode 31

Edw.

I.

162. Quitclaim by Agnes, daughter of

13 Edw.

II.

163.

Grant by Ralph Clerk of Saleforde, of land in Holecote to John, son of the late John de Saleforde

164.

Grant by Nigel de Heywode of land called Overehul to John

23 Sept. 16 Edw. 9

II.

John Poleyn, of Tebworthe, mentioned in No. 158

to her brother Baldwin, of the land

3 Feb.

March

de Saleforde

19 Edw. II. 165. Indenture between John de Saleforde and Nigel de Heywode specifying the conditions of the preceding grant 19 Jan. Both parts 1

9

Edw.

II.

166.

14 March

Grant by Baldwin Poleyn, of Tebworthe, of William ate Halle, his free tenant, to John de Saleforde

8 Edw. III. 167. Grant by Simon, son and heir of Agnes Poleyn, of his tenement in Wavyngdon and Holecote to John de Saleforde 14 Aug. 11

Edw.

III. 168.

24 Dec.

Lease by Thos. de Bocchirne to Peter, lord of Saleforde, of Bocchirne Mede, in Holecote

SALFORD, HOLCOTE.

193

22 Edw. III. 169. Exchang-e of lands in Holcote by Peter de Saleforde with 9

March

John Scarlet

by Nigel, son of "William, son of Peter de Holcote, and Alice de Heywode, of land in Ayham, Holcote and Chyldebrugehale

170. Quitclaim

to Richard

171.

Quitclaim by Claricia de Heywode to her son Richard and his wife Alice, of le Hedgemede and rent in Aspele

172.

Grant by

Wm.

Passelewe, son of Gilebert, of land in Hole-

cote to Peter Passewe of 11

Edw.

II. 173.

14 Aug.

Wavendon

Grant by William Passelewe, of Wavendon, sen., of all his lands in Holcote and Segenho, to Sir Nigel de Saleforde

11 Edw. II. 174. Release of the same

23 Dec. 16 Edw. II. 175. Release by William, son of Wm. Passelewe, of the same lands 1 4 Nov. to Sir Nigel de Saleforde

Edw.

1

III. 176.

6 Dec.

Edw.

7

III. 177.

14 Nov.

Edw.

7

Grant by Sir Nigel de Saleforde of all his lands in Holecote and Segenho to Nicholas de Saleforde, rector of Wakurle Grant by Nicholas de Saleforde, rector of Wakurlegh, to Sir Nigel de Saleforde, of all his lands in Holecote and Segenho

III. 178. Release of the

same by Nicholas de Saleforde

29 Nov.

34 Edw. III. 21 Nov.

179.

Grant by Peter Salford, of Salford, of all his lands in Holcote, Segenho, Aspele, and Wavynden, to John Porter and John Morton of Woubornechapel

180. Power of attorney to deliver seisin „ 35 Edw. III. 181. Grant of the same lands by Porter and Morton to Peter Salforde and Katherine, his wife 12 June 7 Ric. II.

182.

15 Aug.

Grant by John Bernevyle, of Holkote, of a messuage and croft there to John Decun, chaplain

26 Hen. IV. 183. Grant by William Colles of a cottage and land at Holcote to 28 Feb. Thos. and Helen Goodman, of Woketon 17 Edw. IV. 184. Grant by Thos. Valet of a cottage and land in Holcote to

Wm. Kokman,

25 Jan.

John Knygth, and

Wm. Goodman

16PIen. VIII. 186. Release of a cottage and croft at Holcote by Walter Charge 14 Dec. to Thos. and Matilda Soy th well

16 Hen. VIII. 186. Grant by Thos. and Matilda Soythwell, of Gayhurst, to Thos. 15 Dec. Cowper, Ric. Fayre, and Ric. Eyton, of a cottage and croft at Holcote

187.

Grant by Nigel de Saleford, son of Hugh, to Simon de Suthwod, of 4 acres at Heiwod

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

194

188.

Grant by Hugh de Saleford to Jurdan, son of Engeuulf, of Holecote, of liis land in Heiwode

189.

Grant by Jordan de Hey wode, of to bis brother William

190.

Grant by Jordan de Heywode of land near Gore to Beatrix his mother

191.

Quitclaim by William de Heywode of a tenement in Heywode to Eichard and Alice de Heywode

192. Quitclaim

by

'

le

Eldewik

in

Heywode

widow of Jurdan de Heywode, Heywode, to her son Eichard

Claricia,

in Holecote and

'

of land

193.

Grant by Jordan de Heywode of a rood of land in Bradicroft to William de Heywode

194.

Grant by Eichard de Heywode to John de Seybroe of

195.

Grant by William de Heywode

roods of land in Holecote to Eobt. de

Bardmade

of a

rood of land in Bradecrofte 7

Edw.

I.

28 Feb.

by Eobert Salet of land in Bradecroft to Eichard de Heywode

196. Quitclaim

15 Edw. II. 197. Grant by Nigel de Heywode of a rent of 6 marks to Sir Nigel de Saleforde 18 April



198. Similar grant



199. Similar grant

19 Edw. II. 200. Grant by John Gerin of Carltone to Nigel de Heywode of land in Bradecroft previously granted to him by the said 26 Jan. Nigel 1

Edw.

III. 201. Eelease of the

same

18 April 6 Edw. III. 202. Grant by Nigel de Heywode to manor of Heywode 1 April

Adam

Bacoun, senior, of the

6 Edw. III. 203. Grant by Adam Bacoun, senior, to Peter, son and heir of Sir Nigel de Salford, and Joan his wife, of the manor of Hey1 7 May

wode

CABT^ DE TENEMENTI8 IN 8ALF0BDE, HOLECOTE, GBANFIELD, SEGENHO, ET WANINGDON'

'VAEIJE

204. Grant by William de la Mare to William, son of Ealph de Saleford, of an island opposite the mill called 'Hulli-

holm

'

206. Grant by Ymena de Saleford, daughter of Hugh, late parson of Holecot, of an acre of land at Saleford to Nicholas, the merchant, of Saleford

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 18 Edw. 1

I.

by William of Brerheg, in Holecote, to his son Walter, of a messuage in Salford granted to him by Symon de Suthvvode

206. Grant

Oct.

26 Edw.

I.

7 Oct.

195

207. Grrant by Ealph, ' Apparitor de Saleford,' of a rood of land in Saleford to Eichard, son of William the miller

2 Edw. II. 208. Grant by Matildis ate Broke to Alice, daughter of the late Ealph le Sominour, of land in Banlond, Salford 2 Feb.

3 Edw. III. 209. Grant by Agnes Colyn, of Saleford, of her tenement in Saleford, with reservations, to Nicholas le Clerkes 1 Oct.

8 j\Iarch

Grant by Nicholas le Clerk, of Saleford, of the tenement mentioned in the preceding, to Agnes Colyn and Henry and Agnes her children Grant by Agnes Colyn to Adam Banastre, of Carltoun, Lancash ire, of half an acre in Langenheg, Saleford

Edw.

Grant by John and Matilda Streyt to their eldest son John

3 Edw. III. 15 Oct.

210.

6 Edw. III. 211.

1

1

9

20 Edw. 12

III. 212.

May

of a house at Saleford

III. 213.

March

Grant by Matildis Colyn to her son John of a messuage and land in * le Dene and Westmede,' Saleford '

'

20 Edw. III. 214. Grant by Henry, son of Agnes Colyn, to John Streyth, of a rood of land in ' le Dene and Westmede,' Saleford 6 Nov. '

'

22 Edw. III. 215. Grant by Henry, son of Agnes Colyn, to John, son of John Streyt, and Alice his wife, of a parcel of a messuage in 22 Jan. Saleford, granted to him by Nicholas le Clerk 25 Edw. 1

III. 216.

March

25 Edw. III. 1 3 July

Grant by John de Brerheg, chaplain, to Thos. Wodcock, of Craunfeld, of all his lands in Saleford

217.

Grant by Thos. Wodekoc, of Cranfeld, to William Wydel, of Holcote, of the lands granted to him by John Brereheg

26 Edw. III. 218. Grant by Piers de Saleford to John de Heywod, of the lands in Saleford, late belonging to Niel de Heywod 30 June

30 Edw. III. 219. Grant by Adam Banastre, of Carltoun, to William and Alice Bedyl and Joan Colyn, of half an acre in Langenheg, Sale6 Aug. ford

12 Hen. VI. 220. Grant by John Pope, of Woburn Chapell, to Isabella Coupere, of a messuage and land in Salford 6 June 1 Hen. VII. 221. Grant by Alecia, widow of John Astelden, to John Pedler, Eobt. Wendilborgh, Nigel Couper, Thos. Dekon, John 19 Dec. White, and Thos. Couper, of a messuage and land at Salford

4 Edw. VI. 222. Grant by Thos. Cowper of a messuage and land in Saulford and Holdcott to John White and Henry Cowper 8 Jan.

6

Edw. 1

III. 223.

May

3 Eic. II. 5 March

Grant by John act Water of lands in Salford called Eeynold to John Couper '

by John Couper to his son Eichard and grandson Thomas, of his lands called * Eeynoldes,' in Salford

224. Grant

o 2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

196

225. Counterpart of the preceding

by John Couper, of Salford, of lands called John Pope, of Oburne Chapell

10 Hen. 30 April

226. Grant

2 Hen. VI. 4 Oct.

227. Eelease of the

V,

to

228.

36 Eliz.

20 March 36 Eliz.

March

21

37 Eliz. 16 June

'

Eeynoldes,'

same lands by Couper

Copy of the preceding

229. Sale by Eobert and Mary Pickeringe, of Wotton, to Edward Butterfield the elder, of Salford, of a messuage called ' Eeignoldes,' in Salforde

230. Sale by Eobert and Mary Pickeringe to Edw. Butterfield of a messuage in Salford called ' Eaignoldes 231.

Fine

for the

conveyance of the said messuage

Tiuo copies

Edward Butterfeild the elder, of Eeignoldes,' to Edward Butterfeild the younger Sale by Edward Butterfield to Martin Sheene, of a tenement

38 Eliz. 30 Sept.

232. Lease by

38 Eliz. 15 Oct.

233.

'

called

*

Eeignoldes,' in Salford

Both parts

38 Eliz. 12 :N"ov.

234. Fine for the conveyance of a messuage in Salford and Holdcote, by Edward and Joan Butterfield, to Martin Sheene

39

Eliz.

235. Sale of

1

Dec.

Ttvo copies Eeignoldes,' in Salford, with land in Holdcott, Martin Sheene to All Souls' College '

by

236. Grant by Bald[win], son of William de Segenho, of half a virgate of land and a house in Segenho to Eobert Schir-

misewr 237. Grant by Margaret, daughter of Eobert le Scirmesor, of her land in Seggenho to Henry de Norwode

1

Edw.

II.

28 Oct.

238. Quitclaim by Agnes, widow of John Pokepuht, of Wavendone, to John, son of Walter de Graunhurst, of land in

Depelaze, Hullemade,

La Duthe, and Brugham

239. Grant by Eobert, son of Simon Payn, of Crancfeld, of land in Newelonde to John, son of Christiana 7

Edw.

II

20 July 4 Edw. III. 5 Aug.

240. Grant by Joan Payne, of Craunkfeld, to Thos. Saunson, of land in Newelonde, Craunkfeld

241

Eelease by Tlios. Iwayn, of Magna Croule, of a messuage in Le Wodeude, Craunfeld, to Thos. Sampson

SALFORD, HOLCOTE.

197

24 Edw. III. 242. Grrant by \Vm. le Wodeward, of Holcote, of land and a cottage near Marioun Lane, to John, son of Wm. le Lord and 15 Nov. Marg-ery his wife

24 Edw.

III. 243.

6 Dec.

Grant by Thos. Frost, chaplain, of

all his lands in Holcote, with reservations, to John, rector of Holcote

'VABI^ CABTJ^ DE TENEMENTIS IN BIDDENHAM, BBOUGHTON, SCABNEBBOOK, HUSBAND-GBAUL. EYE, TEBWOOBTH, BLEGRLYE, BUGEMOND, ET

GHABLET on: 9 Edw. III. 1

Oct.

244. Grrant by John Pyroth of his tenement in de Saleforde

Bydenham to Peter

15 Edw. III. 245. Grrant by John de Beby of land in Broughton to Peter de Salford 11 Aug. 21 Edw. III. 246. Grant by Thos. and Katharine Quarel of land in Broughton to Peter de Salford 10 Jan.

17 Edw. 1

II.

247.

Sept.

Grant by Lambert de Bolnho, of Bletnesh, of land in Scharnbrok to Sir Nigel de Salforde

3 Edw. III. 248. Grant by Eobert, son of Henry ate Water, of a rood of land in Scharnebrok to Peter and Joan de Salford 4 Feb. 6 Edw. III. 249. Eelease by Thos. atte Water of land in Langilonde to Peter and Joan de Saleforde 13 Dec.

4 Edw. III. 250. Grant by Wm. de Norton, of Bletnesho, of a rent of a pair of gloves for land at Husseboui-ne to John de Saleforde 1 Aug.

251.

Grant by Kichard de Budewelle of a messuage in Eugemund to Wm. Soule, of Holekote

18 Edw. II. 252. Grant by Eobert and Sibilla Partrich, of Eugemunde, of a messuage late belonging to Lucy Oseberne, of Eugemunde, 21 April to Henry de Dragenham

1 1

Edw.

II.

9 Aug.

253. Grant by Eichard de Harecourt, of Suthmiilne, to Alice his daughter, of a rent in Cherleton Mogerhanger

2 Edw. III. 254. Mortgage by Hamund Campyon of land in Watelond, in Carlton, to John Cuddyng 29 Jan.

10 Edw. III. 255. Grant by John del Haye, of Wilden, to Eoger, son of Simon Yongehosebond, and Beatrix his wife, of a messuage in 19 Jan. Cherleton

198

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE. by Helias de Flaunvile to Joan his daughter, of a messuage in North Cave

256. Grrant

18 Edw. II, 257. Release by John, son of Simon de Pateshidl, of the manor of 17 Feb. North Cave to Wm. de Thorntoft

by John de Ayswelle of a tenement in Herefeld to Walter de Saleforde

258. Quitclaim

259. Grrant by Alina de Ayswelle of a tenement in Herefeld to "Walter de Saleforde

260. Grrant by John de Ayswelle of land held by his father in Herefeld to Walter de Saleford

27 Edw. I. 3 Nov.

261. Grrant

by Walter de Saleforde of the land in Herefeld granted to his brother, Eoger de Sale-

him by John de Heswelle forde

262. Grant by Philip and Herbergia de Chaignes of half the of Wileg' to Roger de Salefort

'

manor

gabt^ du tunementi8 in bontoveb, paeya paxton, bbentingelthobp, wellam, sadvington:

vabiji:

263. Grant

by Richard le Parker, of Sturt, of half an acre in Bontover to Robert and Juliana Bedeford

264. Grant by Joan Thoneman, of Blecheso, of land in Blecheso to Philip, son of William Spiul'

10 Edw. III. 265. Grant by Simon Roberd to Cecilia Waget of a rent from land in Creaston

266. Grant by Philip, son of Wm. de Gines, to Thos. and de Weleham of land in Brantingestorp

Ysoude

267. Grant by Philip de Gwynes of land in Brentingestorp to Roger, son of Thos. de Wellam 268.

Grant by Philip de Gwines

to

Roger de Wellam of land in

Brentingestorp 269. Grant by Adam de Lanketun to Roger, son of Thos. de ham, of a messuage in Brantingisthorp 270.

Wele-

Grant by Henry Troke, of Parva Petling, of land in Brantingestorp to Roger, son of Thos. de Adington

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 271.

199

Grant by Kobert, son of Eeginald de Brantingestorp, to Thos., son of Eoger de Weleham, of a messuage in Brantingestorp

34 Hen.

by

III. 272. G-rant

Wm.

Tuluse to Eoger, son of Thos. de Welham, of

land at Brentingestorp 273.

Grant by Wm. Tuluse of other land in Brentingestorp to Eoger de Welham

274.

Grant by Eobert Tuluse to Eoger de Sadinton of land in Brentingestorp

275. Grant by Eobert, son of Gregory de Brentingistorp, of half an acre there to Eoger de Sadinton 876. Grant by William, son of William de Brentingestorp, of four acres there and the advowson of the church to Eoger de Saddinton

277.

Grant by Simon Partrich of land in Parva Paxton to Eobert de Bedeford

Grant by Eichard the miller, of Bontover, of land in Parva Paxton to Eobert de Bedeford 279. Grant by Margaret, daughter of Eobert Fin, of Huntingdon, of a rent in Parva Paxton to Eobert and Juliana de Bedeford 278.

280. Grant by Thos. . . nard of land in Parva Paxton to Eobert and Juliana de Bedeford Much decayed .

281.

Grant by Ealph Starker to Eobert and Juliana de Bedeford of an acre of land in Parva Paxton

282. Grant by Eichard de Hirecestre to Eobert de Bedeford of a rood of land at Parva Paxton

by John Baldwin, of Parva Paxton, to Eobert and Juliana de Bedeford of land in Parva Paxton

283. Grant

284. Quitclaim by Alice, widow of Hugh de Wolffhey, of an acre of land at Parva Paxton to Eobert and Juliana de Bedeford 285.

Grant by Alice, daughter of John Stevine, of a messuage Parva Paxton to Hugh de Mara

in

Hugh de la Mare to Eobert de Bedeford of a rent paid by Geoffrey le Moyne, of Parva Paxton

286. Grant by

287.

Grant by Hugh de Ma,ra to Eobert de Bedeford of a rent of a capon paid by Mabilia, daughter of Hugh Partrich

288. Grant by

Hugh

de la Mare of land in Parva Paxton to Eobert

de Bedeford 289. Grant by Alice, daughter of John, son of Stephen, of a in

meadow

Parva Paxton to Eobert de Bedeford

290. Grant by Eoger le Kenith and Agnes his wife of a rood of land in Parva Paxton to John, son of Elias, of Parva Paxton 291.

Lease by Margery le Cuper to Eobert and Juliana Bedeford of land in Parva Paxton

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

200

'

VABLM DEMISSIONES BE TENEMENTIS IN SALFOBD ET ALUS VILLIS ADJAGENTIBUS: by Hugh, son of Walter de Digeliile, of a virgate of land in Heitwne to Aielwan de Hotune

292. Grant

3 Edw.- II. 293. Lease by Eoger de Saleforde to John Lecke of the land in 29 Sept. Holekote which he holds from the abbot of Woubourne

18 Edw. II. 294. Lease by Thos. de Boccherne of 8 acres in Holecote to John 21 Feb. de Salforde 9

1

Edw. 26

II.

John de Salford and Thos. de Boccherne concerning a mortgage of land

295. Indenture between

May

20 Edw. III. 296. Lease by Peter de Salford of Le Estendenefeld, in Holekote, 25 May to Eeginald the archer and Matilda his wife 36 Edw. III. 297. Lease by Peter and Katharine de Salford of a messuage and 2 Nov. land in Holcote to John, rector of Holcote, for life

45 Edw. III. 298. Lease by Piers de Selford of a messuage in Holcote called 28 April Passelewes, with land, to Kichard le Sweyn 16 Ric.

II.

30 Sept.

299. Grant by Eobert and Katharine Oxenford of a messuage called Le Innynge, in Hulcote, rent from the prior of Dunstable, &c., to John and Amice Payn and Alice their

daughter

1

Edw.

III. 300.

27 March

Grant by John de Saleforde of land in Aspele to Wm., son of Robert le Hunte, and Margery his wife, of Hussburn Craule

301. Lease

by Nigel de Heywode of half Adam le Long, of Segenho

his lands in

Heywode

feld to

4 Edw. III. 302. Lease by Nigel de Heywode of his lands to John de Schalford 31 March 7

Edw. 30

III. 303.

May

19Edw. IIL 24 March 1

Edw.

II.

Lease by John de Saleford of 2 acres in Aspele Gyse to Henry and Margery de Thoternho

304. Similar lease

305.

25 Jan.

Mortgage by John, son of Roger Wavyngdon to John de Saleford

le

Wyte, of an acre at

10 Edw. III. 306. Grant by Agnes, widow of John le Webbe, of Lougton, to Sarra, daughter of John de Salford, of the lands in Lougton, 2 June which she had from Thos. de Lougton, prior of Bradewell, and the prior of Suelleshale 1

Edw.

III. 307.

29 Sept,

20 Edw.

III. 308.

27 ]May

Lease by Thos. and Joan le Deye of a messuage at Brougthon to Robert and Alice le Vant Lease by John and Matilda de Hule of lands in Pollescroft, Turneye, and Stachesden, to Peter de Salford

SALFORD, HOLCOTE.

201

22 Edw. III. 309. Lease by \Vm. le Warde of land in Wavyngdon and Hollebricliulle and a pasture called Le Menge to Peter, lord of 29 May Saleford

1189.

310.

9 April

31 Edw. I. 28 April

Grant by Roger de Saleforde of Walter Rufus

by Nigel, son and heir of John de Saleford, of a messuage and land at Chalnecroft to Hugh the smith, of Sal-

I.

312.

and Agatha

Lease by

his wife

Hugh and Agnes

to Nigel, son of

April

1

tenement of Stotfalde to

311. Grrant

ford,

35 Edw.

his

de Rothewelle of lands in Saleford

John de Saleford

313.

Grant by Nigel de Saleford of a messuage and land in Stonifield. Lane-furlong, and other places to Isabel Drye, of Bletun

314.

Grant by Nigel, lord of Salford, to John Persoun, of Salford, of an acre of land there

10 Edw. II. Nov. 1

315.

Lease by Nigel, lord of Saleford, of land there to Agnes and

14 Edw. II. 21 June

316. Lease by Joan, widow of John, late lord of Salford, of half her virgate of land there to Deonisia, daughter of the late

2 Edw. II.

25 March

Edw.

6

II.

26 June

Both •parts

Joan Smith

John Miller, and Sarra her 14 Edw. II. 24 June 8

Edw.

III.

317.

Grant by Sir Nigel de Saleforde and Margery his wife to Deonisia Miller, and her sister Sarra, of the land mentioned Both parts in the preceding

318.

Grant by Peter, son and heir of Sir Nigel de Saleforde, of a cottage in Saleforde to John de Wyleby

319.

Lease by

20 ]March 9

Edw.

III.

19 Feb. 9 Edw. III.

24 Feb. 9 Edw. III.

Dame Margery

in Saleford, to

de Saleford of a tenement and land

Hugh, Agnes, and John

Scarlat

320. Grant by Peter, son and heir of Sir Nigel de Saleforde, of the reversion of the same lands to Hugh Scarlat, &c.

by Peter, son and heir of Sir Nigel de Saleforde, to his uncle, John de Saleford, of his estate in a messuage and land in Saleford, late belonging to Agnes de la Mare

321. Release

4 June

322. Grant



Both parts

sister

by the same to the same of the same messuage and

land 1

8

Edw.

III. 323.

13 Jan.

20 Edw. 1

2

III.

March

Grant by Peter, lord of Saleforde, of a cottage in Saleforde to Henry de Goldyngton

John Streit to Matilda his mother, of a parcel of a messuage in Saleforde Both parts

324. Grant by

21 Edw. III. 325. Lease by Peter, lord of Salford, to Wm. le Bedul and Agnes 31 May his wife, of a cottage and land in Saleford Both parts

27 Edw. Ill, 326. Lease by Peter, lord of Salford, of the tenements in Salford 25 March held by Agnes, daughter of Hugh the Smyth, to Roger de Salford

33 Edw.

III.

16 Dec.

by Peter de Salford of a messuage and land and Aspele to Alice and John atte Lake

327. Lease

in Salford

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

202

10 Hen. V. 8 July 8 Eliz.

27 April 23 Eliz. 19 Sept.

24

328. Lease of the

of Salford by Margaret,

widow of Peter

Wydevile

329. Lease by John, son and heir of Thos. Cowper, of Walton, of a messuage in Salford and Holcott in the tenure of Thos. Eogers, to John Coke, of Salford 330. Sale by

Wm.

Leache, of Calcott, of a

meadow

called

Leaches

Hooke, in Salford, to Peter Porey 331. Sale of

Eliz.

manor

Salford, to Eichard

Leaches Hooke by Peter Porie to All Souls' College

12 Feb.

24

332.

Eliz.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

15 Feb.

'

botul^ cubiabum, bentales, et alia sgbipta spegialia:

7 Edw.

4

I.

333.

Bond

of

Wm.

Passelewe to John de Saleford for 100s.

May

9 Edw. II. 20 Nov.

334. Indenture concerning a

10 Edw. II. 335. 28 Nov.

bond of Sir Nigel de Saleford to

Simon de Swanlund and Henry Darci, drapers of London Bond of John Sesse, son of Philip of Lambcoteshull, of Hussebourne Crawele, to John, son of John,

late lord of

Salford, for 100s.

12 Edw. II. 336. Bond of Baldwin Coffing, of Saleford, to John de Saleford, 14 Jan. for 10 marks 13 Edw. 11. 337. Indenture between Hugh and Agnes de Eothewelle and Sir Nigel de Saleford concerning an obligation of the latter 26 March

14 Edw.

II.

338.

Bond

of Nigel de

Heywode

to Sir Nigel de Saleford

18 April

4 Edw.

III.

4 April

4 Edw. 6

III.

May

4 Edw,

III.

339. Eeceipt by Thos. and Alina de la Nigel de Saleforde

Hay

of 20 marks from Sir

340. Grrant by Sir Nigel de Saleforde of all his goods moveable and immoveable to his son Peter 341. Eelease of all claims on Sir Nigel de Saleford

25 July

by

Wm.

de

Beuchamp, of Bedeford

8 Edw. III. 342. Eeceipt by Simon de Salford, of London, valet of Henry Brenche, fishmonger of London, of 109/., from Hugh le 17 March Benere, Benedict de Suffolk, and Wm. atte Halle, vintners of London, to trade withal

10 Edw.

III. 343.

14 March

Bond

and John Cok, of Eton, to Peter de 20 marks

of Thos. Pollard

Salford, for

10 Edw. III. 344. Grant by Jolm'de Molesho, of Wouburn Chapel, to John de Saleford of the wardship and marriage of the heir of Bar28 Sept. tholomew de Flittewik 18 Edw. IIL 345. Eelease by Sir Henry de Schalfhunt, sheriff of Bedford, of a bond of Walter Sporoun, Walter Blaunfroun, and John de 2 Aug. Salford

SALFORD, HOLCOTE.

203

29 Edw. III. 346. Grant by Peter Salford, escheator of Bedford, to Thos. Rowe of the custody of the lands of John le Huliare, of Traneye, 3 Nov. during the minority of Margery his heir 3 Edw. IV. 1

3 Jac.

I.

by John and Margaret Basynge, of Hulcote,

347. General release

June

to the College

348.

2 April

Appointment by All Souls' CoUege of Robert Woodward bailiff of the town and manor of Salford

1607. 16 March

349. Receipt by

10 Jac. I. 6 Nov.

350.

Wm.

as

Bryers of a terrier of the college lands in

Holcote '

Mr. Langford's bond

for

Widdowe

Two

351. Copies of early Salford deeds

352.

'

These are the

persselles of

Butler's maintenance sheets of ^parchment

groundes that Redder cleymythe

in Salford

1584. Easter

36

Eliz.

353. Suit of the College claiming exemption

from the exactions of

the Sheriff of Bedford, in Salford 354.

'

A

controversie for tithes of

ford V.

Paper 355. Langford

[1626-39.] 356.

A

Winterwood

at Saulford.'

Lang-

Stone

v.

Stone.

Inside

roll.

Three

is

a vellum

roll sealed

bills of costs

Bill in Chancery of All Souls' College against ford for enclosing College land at Salford.

John LangThos. lord

Coventry lord-keeper 1639.

357.

Three papers concerning the College's suit against John Langford, one of their tenants at Salford

358.

'

359.

Two

Notes of wronges done in Saulford,' by Jhonsone of Charnocke

P.l papers containing memoranda from deeds concerning One is endorsed, ' Salforde landes to the use of Salford. ' the poore, to s[ee] the College writinges and maps

COURT BOLLS. 7 Ric. II.

360. Court roll of Bydenham, Hulcote, Tinneye, and Wroxhull 361. Court rolls of Salford

:— 4

Hen. VIIL One vellum and the

Ric. II.-2

362. Bundle of court rolls of Salford

:— 6 Hen.

paper VIII.-2 Edw. VI. Paper rest

363. Bundle of court rolls of Salford:— 3 Eliz.-26 Eliz.

Paper and vellum. 1

2 Eliz.

364. Court roll of Salford

1574-1579. 365. Court

rolls of

Mutilated

Paper, mutilated

Weedon-Weston, Padbury, and Salford

Paper hook

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

204

1581-1590. 366. Bundle of court

rolls

of

Weedon Weston, Padbury, and

Vellum

367. Court roll of Salford

1592.

Sal-

Vellum

ford

368. Bundle of 8 court rolls of Salford for 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, Vellum 42, 43, and 44 Eliz.

369. Another bundle of

10 Jac.

14-17 Jac.

I.

370. Court roll of Salford

18-19 Jac.

I.

371. Court roll of Salford

372.

14 Car.

L

9 rolls for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9,

and

I.

Vellum Vellum.

Imperfect

Bundle of court rolls of Salford on paper, for 17, 19 and 20, 21, 22 Jac. I.; 1, 2, 3, 4 Car. L; 1662, 1663, 1667, 1668, 1671, 1674, 1682, and 1685

Vellum

373. Court roll of Salford with minutes enclosed

1609-1641. 374. Bundle of minutes of courts of Salford 20-21 Hen. VI.

[Hen.

VL]

31 Hen.

VL

1606.

375.

Computus

of Thos.More, collector of rents at Salford

Paper 376. Kental of Salford

378.

Mutilated

Mutilated

377. Eental of Salford '

roll.

Mutilated '

Trees remaininge in Salford

P.

I

LETTERS. 379.



William of Anjou to King John The dispute between him and his brother, William of Fougeres {de FilegerUs), concerning the manor of Tuiford, was settled at Fougeres :

before the death of King Eichard. Requests the king to grant seisin of the said manor to the abbot of Savigny

1598-9. 29 Jan.

380. Eichard Stone to Mr. Wm. Wattes, proctor in the Commissaries' Court at Ampthill Desires him to let his suit with Mrs. Langford for tithes of Winterhowe be dismissed, as he has received his due

1598-9. 8 Feb.

381.

1747.

382.

:



P. 1. Overleaf is a bill of his expenses Copy of the preceding, and of the proceedings of the court at Ampthill, 8 Feb. 1598

22 Oct.

John Perry to [Niblett] :— Has Mr. Woodward, of Calverton

sold his lease at Salford to

LEASES. 20 Hen. VII. 1 Nov. 20 Hen. VIII. 21 Nov.

1.

2.

Lease, by All Souls' College, of Salford Mill, to John Leghe and John Redder for 10 years, at a rent of 26s. 8d.

Of the manor rent of 20^. parlour

of Salford to Thos. Redder for 20 years, at a Redder covenants to build a new hall and

SALFORD, HOLCOTE.

205

3.

Lease of the manor of Salford to Thos. and Elizabeth Pedder

2 Mary. 19 July

4.

Of the manor of Salford

10 Eliz. 10 July

5.

Of a tenement

26 Hen. VIII. 8 Nov.

to Thos. Foster

and outbuildPasture, the Common-fields, Mill-lease-Pighill, Barton's Leye, the Dole Mead, Brookfeld, and other fields, to John Stubbes, of Oxford, servinging-s,

in Salford containing a house

and land in the

Low

man „

6.

Of a house



7.

Of a house and lands yeoman



8.

Of a house and land

at Salford to Thos. Butler,

Of a house and land

at Salford to

in Salford to Thos. Deane, of Oxford, serving-man at Salford to



9.



10.

Of a house and land bandman



11.

Of a house and land

John Medberye, of Salford,

husbandman

John Letten, husbandman

at Salford to Eobert

Woodward, hus-

at Salford to Kichard Woodell, husband-

man at Salford to John Hillier, miller, for rent of 26s. 8d.



12.

Of a mill

12 Eliz.

13.

Of the manor house of Sawford, with land in Sallford, Aspley and Haulcott, to John Langford, D.C.L., for 3 years, at a

14 Eliz. 16 July

14.

Of a cottage near the town house at Salford, with 2^ acres, to Thos. Burgiss, husbandman, for 18 years, at a rent of



15.

Of a cottage and an



16.

Of a cottage

20 Oct.

1

4 years, at a

rent of 241.

6s. 8d.

acre and a half of land to Eliz. Crutch, widow, for 18 years, at a rent of 5s. at Salford, with

beasts, to Geo. Shefford,

27 Eliz.

17.

9 Oct.

commons

husbandman,

for

10 sheep and 3

for 1 8 years at 5s.

Of two tenements and land at Salford, late held by John Medbury and Thos. Eogers, for 20 years, at a rent of 6^. 5s. 8d. and 4 qrs. 5 bush. 3 pks. of wheat, and 6 qrs. 3 bush, of malt, to Henry Jackson, manciple of All Souls' College



18.

Of the tenements in Salford, late in the tenure of Thos. Butler and John Lettin, to Andrew Norwood, of St. Nicholas, Thanet

27 Eliz. 3 Nov.

19.

Of the mill

to

20.

Of a house

to Robt.

21.

Of a house

to Ric.

22.

Of a tenement

John

Hillier

"Woodward

Woodell

in Salford, late held

Cooper, husbandman

by John Stubbes, to Robert

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

206

29 Eliz. 28 July

23.

Lease of the manor of Salford to Martha, widow of John Langford, Chancellor of Worcester

31 Eliz. 5 Nov.

24.

Of a cottage

25.

Of

26.

Of a tenement

27.

Of

?9

32 Eliz. 4 Sept. J?

at Salford to Thos. Burgis

a cottage at Salford to Greo. ShefFord in Salford to

a tenement in

Wm.

Farye, of Brogeborowe

by Thos. Eogers, to

Salford, lately held

John Coxe, of Clapham, Beds., gent. at Salford, late occupied by Henry Crouch, to Eobert Freeman, of Oxford, yeoman

28.

Of a cottage

37 Eliz. 14 Nov.

29.

Of the Manor House of

41 Eliz. 13 Dec.

30.

36 Eliz. 31

March

41 Eliz. 1 July

Eliz.

Of a tenement in Salford, Henry Wheiller Of the cottage in John Barnes

32.

Of a tenement and land Briar, husbandman

33.

Of a house

34.

Of a house to Eic. Woodell Of a tenement to Eobt. Cooper Of the mill at Salford to Thos.

36.

1

3 Jac.

I.

to Eobt.

pk.

1

38.

Of another tenement

Wm.

1

20 years,

pk. of wheat, and 7 bush.

in the tenure of

Andrew Norwood,

in Salford, late in the tenure of

Andrew

to Giles Blowfield, of Mepershall, Beds.

39.

Of

40.

Of the tenement

a cottage at Salford, near the town-house, to John Crouch, labourer

4s. 41.

and Holcote, to

Hilliar, miller, for

and 5 bush.

Of a tenement in Salford to John Butler

28 March

by Henry Crouche, to

malt

gal. of

Norwood,

in Salford

by Thos. Deane, to

Woodward

37.

30 April 2 Jac. I. 1 Oct.

Salford, late occupied

at a rent of 17s. 9d.

2 Jan.

1 Jac. I.

late occupied

31.

35.

43

Salford, with land as before, to Mrs.

Langford

4(:Z.

called Eeinoldes for 20 years, at a rent of and wheat and malt, to Edw. Butterfield, yeoman

Of the tenement and land in No. 32

to

Wm.

Briar

42. Copy of the preceding

4 Jac. I. 28 Nov.

43.

Of a tenement and lands at Salford late occupied by Wm. Fairy to Henry House, of Weedon Weston, husbandman

44.

Of the tenement

by Henry Crouch to Alice

late occupied

Barnes 45.

Of the tenement

lately occupied

by Giles Blowfield to Alice

Pierce 46.

Of a house and laud

at Salford to

John Woodell

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 4 Jac. I. 28 Nov.

47.

Lease of a cottage to Thos. Shefford



48.



49.



50.

Of a house and land to Eobt. Woodward Of a house and land to Robt. Cooper Of a tenement to Henry Wheiller



51.

Of the mill

„ 5 Jac. I. 28 Oct.

52. 53.

Of a tenement Of a tenement

7 Jac.

54.

I.

to Thos. Hilliar to

John Butler

at Salforde to Richard

Of the manor of Salford versity of Oxford, for

of wheat, and 16 qrs. I.

Gwynne, of London,

gentleman

20 Nov. 9 Jac.

207

55.

Of the manor

to Nicholas Langeford, of the

20 years, at a rent of of malt

of Salford for 20 years at the

1

6L,

1

Uni2 qrs.

same rent to

Nicholas Langeford

19 Dec. 9 Jac. I. 28 Dec.

56. License of alienation to

John Langford, tenant of the college

at Salford 67.

Lease of a tenement in Salford to John Langford, of Newnton Both-parts

10 Jac. I. 4 Nov.

58.

Of a tenement and lands

11 Jac.

59.

Of the mill



60.

Of



61.

Of a house and land



62.

Of ' Reinoldes

„ „

63.

Of a house and land

64.

Of the tenement



65.



66,

late occupied by Henry Crouch to Wm. Smyth Of the tenement lately occupied by John Stubbes and Robt. Cooper to Henry Cooper

Jac.

1

I.

28 Oct.

I.

to

Henry House

to Thos. Hilliard

11 Oct.

a tenement to

'

to

Henry Wheeler to

John Woodell

Edw. Butterfield to Robt.

late

Woodward

occupied by Alice Pierce to Giles

Pierce

Of the cottage



67.

Of a cottage

11 Jac. L 15 Dec.

68.

Of a tenement

14 Jac.

69.

Winterwood, and elsewhere, to John Letten Bond enclosed Of a tenement in Salforde, late occupied by Wm. Fayry, to Catherine Hoveden, of Little Balden, widow

70.

Of the manor

1

I.

Oct.

16 Oct.

at Salford to Geo. Crouch, labourer

in Salford, with land in the Common-lields,

of Salford to Nicholas Langeford, of the Uni-

versity of Oxford 1

7 Jac.

I.

71.

22 Oct. 17 Jac.

26 Oct.

I.

72.

Of a tenement

John Langford With license to let Of a tenement and land in Salford and Holcot, now or late in the occupation of himself and of Edw. Butterfield, to

Wm.

at Salford to

Briar, of Pullockshill, gent.

With two bonds of

Wm. Briar

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

208

18 Jac. I. 25 Oct.

73.

Lease of a tenement, pasture and arable land in the Low Pastures, the Dole Mead, the Brook Field, and elsewhere in Salford, to Griles Pierce,

Both

74.

Of a cottage and land



75.

Of a mill and land



76.

Of a tenement and land John Woodwell

in the



77.

Of a tenement and land

in Salford to Robert



78.

Of Reynolds



79.

Of a tenement and land



80.

Of



81.

Of a cottage Of a cottage

Jac.

1

yeoman

I.

in Salford to William

jparts

Smith

26 Oct. in Salford to Thos. Hilliard

Both parts and bond Brook Field and elsewhere to Both parts and bond

Woodward Bo7id enclosed

'

'

to

Edw. Butterfield in Salford to

John Letten Both parts

a cottage in Salford to Thos. Shefford in Salford to

Wm.

Venter

Crouch

to Geo.



82.

19 Jac. I. 6 Nov.

83.

Of a tenement and land in the Low Pastures, Dole Mead, &c., to John Langford, of Newnton Both parts and bond

19 Jac. 1. 8 Nov.

84.

Of a tenement and land to Henry Cooper

21 Jac.

85.

I.

Of the manor house

in the

Low

Pastures and elsewhere

Both parts and bond

at Salford to Nicholas Langford

29 Oct. 22 Jac. I. 30 June 1 Car. I.

86. License to Griles Pierce to dispose of his lease

87.

Lease of the tenement late in the tenure of Giles Pierce to John Winmeal, of Richmond, Beds. Both parts and bond

88.

Of

16 April 1

Car.

I.

6 Dec.

3 Car. I. 29 Oct.

a tenement and land in the

to 89.

Henry Wheeler

Of a tenement Fayre, to Sir

Low

Pastures and elsewhere Bond enclosed

Wm.

in Salford, late in the occupation of Jones, Justice of the King's Bench,

Wm.

Katherine his wife

With bond and license

Of a tenement

4 Car. I. 30 Oct.

90.



91.

Leases of tenements and land at Salford to Henry Cooper, husbandman



92.

John Langford, of Newnton



93.

John Lettin



94.

John Odyll



95.

Robert Woodward

96.

Edward



97.

George Croucli

.,

98.

Thomas

31 Oct.

and

to let

at Salford, and land in the Brook Field and elsewhere, to Sir William Bryar, of Pullockshill

Butterfield

Hilliar

With license

to let

Both parts and bond Both parts and bond

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 4 Car.

I.

99. Lease of a

209

teuement at Salford to John Windmill With bond

31 Oct. 5 Car. I. 29 Oct.

101.



Of a tenement Smith

Henry Crouch

late in the tenure of

Of the manor house

„ 7 Car.

William enclosed

at Salford to Nicholas Langford

I.

102.

Of a cottage

in Salford to Thos. Shefford

103.

Of a cottage

in Salford to

104.

Of a cottage and land

Wm.

in Brooksfield to William Barnes

With bond 105.

Of a tenement and land John Odyll, jun.

in

the

106.

Of a tenement, Barton's Ley, land elsewhere, to Henry Cooper

107.

Of a tenement

12 Car. T. 29 Oct.

108.

Of a tenement and land at Salford justice, and Katharine his wife

5 Car. I. 31 Oct.

109.

Of a cottage and land

110.

Of a tenement and land in Salford

11 Car

I.

30 Oct. „

19 Car. I. 4 Jan.

enclosed

Ventor

Nov.

9 Car. I. 2 May

1

to

Bond Bond

5 Car. I. 81 Oct.

7

100.

Low

Pastures, &c., to Bond enclosed

in the

Dole Mead and

in Salford to William Ventour to Sir

William Jones,

Henry Woodward

in Salford to

Bond to Sir

enclosed

William Bryar

Bond

enclosed

111.

Bond

112.

Lease of a tenement and land late in the tenure of Sir Wra. Jones to Robert Woodward

15 Car. IL 16 April

113.

Of a cottage

1712.

114.

Of a cottage and land

„ 1653.

27

May

20 Oct.

in Salford to

in

Henry Woodward

Brook Field and elsewhere

115.

1775. 3 Nov.

116.

Of land

in the parish of Holcott de Huscott to Sir Villiers

Of a cottage and land Salford to the Eev.

in the West Field and elsewhere Edward Hervey

118.

Of Salford Wood to the Rev. Micliael Woodward Of the manor house of Salford to Sir Villiers Chernocke

119.

Of a cottage and land

120.

Of a tenement and land

6 April

1781.

Anne

Chernocke

117.

1

to

Barnes

1771. 10 April

1778.

of John Butterfield, of Salford, to a lease of the same date

in

MutUated in Salford to

Mary Page

30 Oct. 1782.

22 Oct. 5» 55

in the Low Pasture and elsewhere in Salford to the Rev. Robert Woodward

Of a tenement in Salford to the Rev. Robert Woo;lward 122. Lease of Salford Wood to Frances Woodward, of Little

121.

Hill

Buck

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

210

Low

1783. 26 April

123.

Of a tenement and land Ambridge

in tlie

783.

124.

Of a cottage

John Barrett, smith



125.

Of a messuage and land Mary Page



126.

Of a messuage and land Mary Page

127.

Of the mill

128.

Of a house in Salford and land in the Common Field, Dole Mead, and elsewhere, late in the occupation of Ambrose Eeddall, to the Eev. Edw. Hervey, for 20 years, at a rent of 2l. 6s. 8d., 1 qr. 5^ bush, of wheat, and 2 qr. 3 bush.

1

in Salford to

Pasture, &c., to John

Both parts

22 Oct.

,

1784.

in the

in Salford to

Broad Field, &c., Salford, to

in the Parish Fields, Salford, to

John Goodman

20 Oct. 1786. 1

8 April

of malt

1788.

129.

20 Oct.

Of a cottage and land in the Brook Field and the Cross Furlong to Mary Page

130. Of another house and land at Salford, formerly in the tenure 1789. of Sir St. John Cliernocke, to the Eev. Edw. Hervey 19' Geo. IIL 19 Oct.

1789. 29 Geo. III. 19 Oct.

131.

Of a cottage near the town-house, 2^

acres, one

hook and John Edw.

acre of land, late in the occupation of Sir St. Chernocke, with right of common, to the Eev.

1

Hervey „

132.

Of a tenement at Salford, late Woodward and Thos. Barrett,

1789. 3 Nov.

133.

Of a tenement and land in the to John Odell, of St. Albans

1790.

134.

Of a cottage

135.

Of the mill

136.

Of the tenement

in Salford to

in the occupation of Eliz. to the Eev.

Low

Edw. Hervey

Pastures and elsewhere

John Barrett, smith

.

20 Oct. 1791.

at Salford to

John Goodman

7 Oct.

1792.



late in the tenure of Sir

Wm. Jones

to

John

Agutter

28 April 137.

Wm. Bryar, and since John Chernocke, and other fields held by Eobert Odell and others, to the Eev. Edw. Hervey

Of lands

in Holcutt, late demised to Sir

to Sir St.

138.

Of the manor

1795. 21 Oct.

139.

Of a tenement and land Mary Page

1796.

140.

Of



24 Oct.

a

of Salford to the Eev. in

Edw. Hervey

Brook Field and Cross Furlong to

Wood Field and elsewhere, the tenure of Sir St. John Chernocke, to John

tenement and land in the

li^te

in

Agutter

Both parts '

Sic.

An

rvrm- for 29.

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 1796. 1

141.

Nov.

Lease of a tenement late in the possession of Sir St. John Chernocke, to \Vm. and Mary Adams, the Eev. Edw. OrBoth parts lebar Smith, and others



142.

Of a tenement in Salford



143.

Of a tenement and land

1796.

1797.

to the

in the

same

Low

Both parts

Pasture, Beasts' Pasture,

Dole JMead, and elsewhere, to the same

Both parts

Wm.

and Mary Adams, the Rev. Edward Orlehar Smith, and others, to let the tenement late in the possession of Sir St. John Chernocke

144. License to

10 Nov. 1797. 21 Sept.

211

145.

Lease of a cottage in Salford to Thos. Clark

146. License to

John Ambridge

Both parts

to let the premises he holds of

the College in Salford

1797. 10 Nov. 1798.

147.

License of alienation for

Mary Page

148. Lease of the mill at Salford to

31 Oct.

1799. 27 April

149.

Of the manor house Apsley, Hollcutt,

Smith

John Goodman With

license to let

or farm of Salford, with land in Salford,

and Richmond, to the Rev. Orlebar Both parts and license to let

lately held by Sir St. John Chernocke, and other land in Holcutt and Salford to the Eev. Orlebar Smith Both parts and license to let

Of land



150.



in Woodfield and elsewhere to John Aguttar 152. Of a tenement late in the tenure of Sir Wm. Jones to John Aguttar Both parts

„ 1799. 12 Oct. J?

1800. 28 April 5»

1801.

151.

153.

A

155.

Of a tenement and land late held by Sir St. John Chernocke to the Rev. Orlebar Smith Both parts and license to let Of a tenement and land in the Low Pastures, &c., to the Rev. Orlebar Smith Both parts and license to let

tenement and land in the Low Pastures and elsewhere to the Rev. Orlebar Smith Both parts and license to let 154. Of another tenement and land in the Low Pastures, &e., to the Rev. Orlebar Smith Both parts and license to let

156.

157.

20 Oct. 1802.

158.

23 Oct. 1803.

Of a cottage and land

159.

4 Nov. 160.

Of a tenement and land in the Low Pasture, &c., in Salford, to the Rev. Orlebar Smith Of a cottage and land in Brookfield and Cross Furlong ]Mary Page Of the tenement late in the tenure of Sir St. John Chernocke to John Aguttar Both parts Of a tenement and land in the Cow Pasture, &c., in Salford, to Wm. and Mary Adams, the Rev. Edward Orlebar and Charlotte Smith, the Rev. John Barton^ and Barbara Watkin, and Elizabeth Hervey Both parts '

Sic.

But written p 2

'

Burton

'

in otluji- leases,

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

212

1803. 4 Nov. ??

161.

Lease of a messuage in Salford to

162.

Of

Wm. Adams

and others Both parts

a cot^aoe and land in the Cross Furlong in Salford, &c., to and others Both jjarts

Wm. Adams 1804. 16 April

163.

1804. 12 Oct.

164.

Of

a tenement and land in the JoJm Arabridg-e

Common

Mead, Both parts

Field, Dole

&c., to

in the Broad Field and elsewhere, lands formerly demised to Sir Wm. Bryar, of Pullock's Hill, and of the tenement called Reynolds, and other land in Salford, to Edward King, of

Of a tenement and land being- part of the

Wandon „

165.

Of a messuage and land in the Broad Field, Edward King, of Wandon

20 Oct.

166.

Of

1805.

167.

Of the mill

&c., Salford, to

a cottage to Thos. Clarke at Salford to

Henry

Staines, of South IMills,

Both parts

Middlesex

4 Nov.

by Sir St. John Chernocke, and other lands in Hollcutt and Salford, to the Rev. Orlebar Smith

1806. 12 April

168.

Of lands



169.

Of the manor house

lately held

in Salford, and land, to the Rev. Orlebar

Smith, of Hollcutt



170.



171.

Of a tenement and land

Of a tenement

called Sitness to

late in the tenure of Sir

John Aguttar Both parts

Wm. Jones

to John Both parts

Aguttar 1

806.

172.

20 Oct. „ 1806.

a tenement and land in the to the Rev. Orlebar Smith

Low

a tenement and land in the to the Rev. Orlebar Smith

Low

Of

Pasture, &c., in Salford,

With license

173.

Of

174.

Of a tenement and land in Salford to John Agaitter

175.

Of a tenement and land in the Cow Pastures, to the Rev. Orlebar Smith

to let

Pasture, &c., in Salford,

Both parts

25 Oct. 1807. 13 April

&c., in Salford,

Both parts and „

1

808.

176.

177.

Of a tenement and land in the Low Pasture, to the Rev. Orlebar Smith

Of a cottage and land

in Salford to

let

&c., in Salford,

Both parts

John Aguttar Both parts

25 Oct. „

license to

178.

179.

180.

Of a tenement and land in the Low Pastures and elsewhere Both parts in Salford to John Ambridge

Of a tenement and Parsonage Adams, of South Mimms

Close, &c., in Salford, to

Of a messuage and land in Upper Salford, to John Aguttar

Mary

Both parts F^ield,

Lower Field, &c., in

SALFORD, HOLCOTE. 1

808.

Mary Page,

181.

Lease of a messuage late held by Kobert Odell Agattar

182.

Of the Horse Meadow and other lands

25 Oct.



213

Salford, to

in

in Salford to Elizabeth

Both parts

Hervey, of Apsley Guise



183.

Of

tlie

manor

house, Jack Croft, Congree, and other land in

Salford to the Eev. E. 0.



184.

Of Eot'en Ridge,

Smith

&c., Salford, to the Eev.

kin, of Marshfield

„ 1811. 2 Nov.

185.

John Burton WatBoth parts

a mill and land (no place mentioned) to of Wavenden, baker

Of

Wm.

Goodman, Both parts

George Eock and John Aguttar, executors of Barrett Clarke, to assign his tenement to Thos.

186. License to

Thos.

Bennett 187.

Lease of the manor house of Salford, and land, to the Eev. Edw. Orlebar Smith, of Hollcutt Both parts and license to let



188.

Of the Horse Meadow and other land in Salford to Miss Eliza With license to let Diana Smith, of Apsley House



189.

Of



190.

Of



191.

Of a tenement and land

in Salford to Eobert Odel Aguttar



192.

Of a messuage and land

in Salford to



193.

Of Eotten Eidge and other land Burton Watkin



194.

Of

1822.

195.

Of a house and wheelwright's shop Smith and Wm. Britain

1822. 2 Nov.

196.

Of a cottage



197.

Of a mill

1815. 2 Nov.

a farmhouse and land in Salford to Knight's House, South Mimms

Mary Adams,

Both parts and

24 Oct.

a tenement and land in Salford to

Both parts John Aguttar

in Salford to the Eev.

Wm.

John

Goodman,

in Salford to

George

John Aguttar

at Salford to Thos.

Goodman and Eobert

Aguttar

Of a messuage

license to let

John Ambridge

a mill and land (no place mentioned) to of Wavenden, baker

in Salford to

of

Odell

Both parts in Salford to

James Morris

Both parts



198.



199. License to Charlotte Smith, widow, to let her tenement in Salford



200. Lease of the Horse ^Meadow and otlier land in Salford and Holcutt to Miss Elizabeth D. Smith, of Aspley Hall

Both



201.

Of a messuage and land Smith



202.

Of a messuage and l;md

in Salford to the Eev.

ptarts

Edward Orlebar

in Salford to Wm. Smith and the other trustees of the late John Ambridge

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

214 1822. 2 Nov.

203. Lease of a tenement and land at Salford to Kobert Summerford Both -parts

1829.

204. License to Bridget Watkin to let Kotten Kidge in Salford to the Eev. E. 0. Smith

26 Oct. 1829. 3 Nov.



205. Lease of a cottage

206.

Of a mill

and land in Salford

at Salford to Elizabeth

to

John Aguttar Both 'parts

Groodman Both parts



207.

Of



208.

Of tenements



209.

Of



210.

Of tenements and land

five old enclosures in Eidgemont, part of Winterwoods, Both parts Beds, to Boteler Chernocke Smith

in Salford, with Jack Croft, Congree, &c., to Charlotte Smith, widow

a farmhouse and land in Salford to the Rev. E. 0.



211.

Of Rotten Ridge



212.

Of Horse Meadow



213.

Of

Smith With license to let

in Salford to the Rev. E. 0.

to the Rev. E. 0.

and Julia Smith

to Miss Elizabeth

Smith

\Vm. Smith and Edward John Ambridge

a tenement and land in Salford to Odell, trustees of the late

1836. 3 Nov.

Smith

Goodman

214.

Of a mill

216.

Of a tenement at Salford to James Morris Of a cottage and land at Salford to Wm. Simons and other executors of John Aguttar Both parts and license to let Of a messuage and land in Salford to the Rev. Boteler Chernocke Smitli Both parts and license to let

216.

217.

at Salford to Eliz.

Ridgemont

218.

Of the

219.

Of a house, with Jack

220.

enclosures in

Both parts

to the Rev. B. C.

Smith Both parts and license

Croft, &c., to Charlotte

Of a farmhouse and land

in Salford to the Rev. E. 0.

Both parts and 221.

Of Rotten Ridge

to the Rev. E. 0.

222.

Of Horse Meadow

223.

Of a house and wheelwright's shop executors of George Smith

224.

Of a messuage

to

Smith Both parts

Smith

Smith

license to

at Salford to

Wm.

let

Both parts

Miss Eliz. D. Smith Both parts and license to

to let

to let

Smith and other

Henry Summerford

SCHOOLS OF PEVEESHAM, BEDENDEN, BEEKHAMSTEAD.

215

SCHOOLS OF FEVEESHAM,

BEEKHAM-

BEDENDEN, STEAD. [Edw. VI.]

1.

grammar school of Tonbridge, which is endowed by Sir Andrew Judd, after whose death the government of the school is vested in the Company of Skinners and All Souls' College Copy, endorsed with memoranda about the school

Charter of foundation of the

BEEKHAMSTEAD. 2

&

3 Edw. VI.

2.

Act of Parliament for the foundation of a free grammar school

Berkhamstead

at

Copy



3.

Another copy

1668. April to Aug.

4.

Copy of the proceedings

1704.

5.

John Theed, master of the

at a visitation of the school

school, to

[Warden Gardiner]

:

Sends a copy of the act of foundation

15 July

made by Theed



6.

Copy

1707. 30 April

7.

Visitation of the school

1718.

8.

Gardiner to Theed: Monition of his intention to hold a visitation on 29th April

9.

The

4 April 1718. April

of the act,

Copy



visitation

21)

„ 1728-9. 25 Feb.



10. List of tlie 11.

The

boys

case of Francis Pigot, tenant of the master,

and usher of

Berkhamstead School 12.

(Questions about the school, in Niblett's hand, with answers

appended

Warden Niblett

1729. 14 April

13.

1729. 2 ^lay

14.

Account of the

1743.

15.

Henry Johnson

1

the 2nd

Sept.

16.

John Theed

:— Will

hold a visitation on

visitation, in Niblett's

hand

to [Niblett] :— Complaints of Ewan Price, the head master of the school, whicli is reduced from 144

boys to



to

May

Berkhamstead House Pp, 3 [Niblett to Johnson] Is ready to visit the school on a proper representation from the parishioners Draft. P. 1 five.

:



ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

216



Wishes him to visit the school according to the act of foundation, without a public representation from the parishioners Draft of Niblett's answer deferring his visit to next spring Pp. 3

1744. 26 April

17.

Johnson to Niblett

1744.

18.

John Sayer to Niblett

7

June

1744. 9

if

19.

June

1744. 1 July

:



Will have his orders complied with he will send his instruments. West Wycombe

Henry Brooke

:

to Niblett:

— Opinion

as to the

visitatorial

Pp. 5

power of the warden 20.

Henry Johnson

Niblett:— Has received his letter postponing the visitation. Possibly by that time, as we have now neither school nor usher, we may require no master.' to

'

P. 1 1

744.

21.

Decree in Chancery relating to Berkhamstead School

1

Copy

3 July

1744. 17 July 1

744.

22. J. Sayer to Niblett

:

— Eemarks about the decree. P.

23.

5 Oct.

1.

Weston Add. Endd.



Johnson to [Niblett] Encloses a copy of the decree. master has turned out the usher. Berkhamstead :

Pp. 1745.

24.

Memoranda concerning the foundation Niblett's

3.

of the

The

Endd. in

school,

hand

1745. April

25. J. Sayer to Niblett:

1745.

26. Citation of



Price, the master, turned out Allett, the usher, by vii'tue of a deed executed by the latter at his nomination. Weston P. 1. Add. Endd.

Evan Price, governor, and Thos. Allett, undermaster, to appear at a visitation on 29th April Copy

13 April



16 April

27.

Johnson to Niblett Particulars about the conduct of the masters. Pp. 2 Berkhamstead

21 April

28.

W. Hayton

:

Hopes 29 April „ „

30. Queries to be asked of 31. Affidavit of

32.

— The

citation has been executed.

at his house.

Ivinghoe P.

Mr. Price, with

1.

Endd.

his answers

John Topping that Mr. Price refused payment Nil)lett

decree.

:

— Opinion about the

Lincoln's Inn

to admit a

P.

Lord Chancel1.

Add. Endd.



Price refuses to pay him the salary assigned according to the order of the visitation. Berk-

33. Thos. Allett to Niblett

hamstead 22 July

:

to the foundation witliout

Eobert Coxe to lor's

2 July

him

29. Visitation of the school

boy 8 June

to [Niblett]

to receive

:

P.

1

:— Writes to Mr. Price concerning Allett's Advises hitn to reside more constantly and agree better with the master Draft. Pp. 2

34. Niblett to Allett letter.

SCHOOLS OF FEVERSHAM, BEDENDEN", BERKHAMSTEAD. 35. Niblett to

25 July

36. Allett to Niljlett

8 Sept.

37.

:



Asks him to recommend the master to pay him his salary and put him in possession of the apartments. London Pp. 2. Add. Endd. :

liis

sonally.

:

38. Allett to Niblett

26 March

23 Jan.

till

Mr.



Defends Mr. Price, who has to [Niblett] curate for 13 years. He will justify himself perBerkhamstead Pp. 2

John Cowper been

24 April



Price Advises bim to pay Allett's salary as he promised to do, and to agree better with him and the neighbom-s Draft. Pp. 2

[1745.] 22 July

1746.

217

:— Did

not receive his letter dated 20 July neglected his duty but for Olney P. 1. Add. Endd.

Would not have

Price's conduct.

-.—Found Mr. Price gone

39. Allett to Niblett

There

to Oxford.

are but 4 or 5 boys at the school. The salary is so mean and the apartments so ruinous that he can neither live in them nor let them. Is willing to resign, and has under-

taken a curacy at Newport Pagnell.

Berkhamstead P.

1.

Add. Endd.

14 Nov.

40.

Memorial of Evan Price, subscribed by John Cowper, the rector, and others, representing the long absence of the usher, and asking Niblett to remedy it

18 Nov.

41.

Henry Johnson

:

to settle accounts with

42.

him

Endorsed with memoranda of a letter to Price Niblett to Price Insists upon his advancing a part of Allett's salary to relieve his immediate want, and to send a statement of accounts Draft. Pp. 2. Endd. Henry Johnson to [Niblett] Price's conduct is inhuman. Yesterday he paid Allett's salary due in April 1745. Asks Niblett to write a line of comfort to Allett Pp. 3 Henry Johnson to Niblett Thinks that the complaint against Allett signed by Dr. Cowper and others is a piece of spite and an unfair proceeding. It will probably be answered by another in a few days Pp. 3.. Add. Endd. W. Hayton to [Niblett] Allett's health will cause a delay in answering Price's memorial. He is now resident in the usher's apartment. Ivinghoe Pp. 2. Endd. Hayton to [Niblett] Encloses Allett's answer. Price is Pp.

28 Nov.



to [Niblett] Allett is now resident, but is in great poverty and ill health. Asks him to cause Price 4.

:



.

9 Dec.

43.

746. 10 Dec.

44.

14 Dec.

45.

1746-7. 13 Jan.

46.

1747. 13 July

47.

1

:

:

:

:









suspected of a design to lock Allett out of his rooms. He is therefore advised not to stir without Niblett's leave.

Ivinghoe

Answer of Evan Price

Pp.

2.

Endd,

memorial Signed. Pp. 9

to Allett's answer to his

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

218

FEVJEBSHAM. [Hen. VIII.]

1.

Account by [the master of the school at Feversham] of the unjust claims of John, late abbot, and of the intentions of

John

Cole, sub-dean

of the chapel royal, founder of the

Pp.

school

1576. 1

June

1

June

2.

Mayor and

jurates of Feversham to the warden and seniors Intend to re-establish Cole's school, which of All Souls' was destroyed at the suppression of the abbey. Will refer the nomination of the schoolmaster to the College according to the old foundation, but wish to nominate Elias Meede as the first master P. 1. Add. Endd. :

3.

Endd.

7.

Wm.



Lovelesse to the same

:

—To the same

effect

Hoi. P.

1.

Add. Endd.

18 Eliz. 10 Aug.

4.

Transcript of the queen's letters patent founding the free grammar school at Feversham, dated 14 July, 18 Eliz., sent by the mayor and jurates of Feversham to All Souls' College Under the seal of the corporation. Vellum

1576.

5.

Mayor and jurates of Feversham to All Souls' College Desire them to nominate Meede, the bearer, to the master-

17

Aug.

:

ship,

and

nomination to their P. 1. Add. Endd.

will henceforth refer the

discretion

19 Aug. 1582. 6 April

12 April

6.

7.

— Send the copy of the queen's charter of Add. Endd. Pp. Same to the same: — Have received their of 18 Feb.

Same

to the same foundation

:

2.

letters

He is

concerning Meede's unfitness. commend Eobert Stone 8.

Sir Francis

Walsingham

to the

willing to resign. Ke-

P.

same:

P.

1.

The schoolmaster

Draft. Endd.

Warden [Gardiner] Asks

1706-7.

12.

31 Jan. 1708.

5 Aug.

13.



ComFeversham to Peter [Waldo] plains of his salary, and attempts to prove that he has a just right to the whole income of the estate of

:

Pp. 11.

Stone

Add. Endd.

Nomination by All Souls' College of John Sherwyn, M.A. of Magdalen Hall, as master of Feversham School, vice John Reader, resigned

10.

Add. Endd.

— In favour of

Signed. 9.

1.

for

to

2.

Imperfect. Add.

[Thomas Lees, master of the

school]:

information about the school

Draft. P. 1. Endd. Lees to Gardiner: Information about the school estates. Has been master 30 years, and never had more than 26 boys at once Pp. 2. Add.



Lees to Gardiner at his letter.

the fair

is

:

— The

They

over

will

mayor and governors are answer

it

in about a

P.

1.

surprised

month, when

Add. Endd.

SCHOOLS OF FEVERSHAlf, BEDENDEN, BERKHAMSTEAD. [1709.]

14.

22 March

Thomas Gibbs and Leonard Morres, governors to Grardiner

:

— Answer

tion about the

219

of the school,

Informaincome and expenses of the school Signed. P. 1. Add, to his letter of 28 July.



The governors intend to reduce the master's salary from 36^. to 20^., which is the sum menIntends to resign at tioned in Q. Elizabeth's patent.

15.

Lees to Gardiner

29 July

16.

The town clerk thinks the corporation Lees to Gardiner Remarks will continue to pay the salary as formerly. Thinks a man who about the school and his work there. studied physic might succeed well if he made up his own medicine, for the school itself will be but a bare mainteP. 1 nance

1717. 12 Aug.

17.

Inform Corporation of Feversham to All Souls' College them of Lees' intended resignation, and hope they will supply a person of activity and diligence P. 1. Add. Endd.

13 Aug.

18.

Stephen Napleton to Gardiner

1717. 15 July

:

Michaelmas

P.

Add. Endd.

1.



:

:





Most of the j urates and townsmen are High Church, and are anxious for P. 1 Add. Endd. a master of the same principles :

substantial

.

14 Aug.

19.

Lees to Gardiner

:

— The vicar

wishes to have one in holy Thought they intended to apply

orders to succeed Lees. part of the salary to the charity school

P. 19 Aug.

Add. Endd.

1.



Answer to their letter of 12 Wishes to know what advantages the master enjoys. On receiving their answer will immediately look out for a fit person Draft. P. 1

20. Gardiner to the corporation

:

Aug.

23 Aug.

21.

Roger Kennett to Gardiner master 36^. 13s.

30 Sept. 3 Oct.

4(i.

:

— The corporation

a year

P.

Add. Endd.

Feversham school Nomination by the warden and six senior fellows of Stephen Bowdidge Lloyd as master, vice Thomas Lees Form of an appointment for visiting Feversham school Pp. 2. Endd. by Nihlett

22. Lees' resignation of the mastership of

23.

24.

25.

Memoranda for

26.

Heads of grievances

the visitation

27. Queries relating to the schoolmaster,

pense of repairs, 1728-35

1734-5. 14 Feb.

28.

1734-5. 13 March

29.

Stephen Bowdidge Lloyd to Niblett school at Lady day

:

1

P.

1

— Intends

to leave the

P.

Add. Endd.

1.

Stephen Bax, mayor of Feversham, to Niblett

him

P.

with memoranda of exP^. 3

:

— Informs

of Lloyd's intended resignation

Signed. 1735. 26 March

will allow the

1.

30. Lloyd's resignation of the mastership

P.

1.

Add. Endd. Signed

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

220 1735.

31.

29 March

Appointment by the warden and six senior fellows of Daniel Hill, B.A., as master of Feversham School, vice Rev. Copy. Pp. 2 S. B. Lloyd, resigned

1735. 9 Dec.

32. Daniel Hill to Niblett

1735-6. 12 Jan.

33. Daniel Hill to Niblett

[1735-G.] [16 Jan.]

l)y

the

'

:

— Sends a cask

of oysters, given him The school begins to flourish Ppj. 2. Add. Endd.

Society of Drudgers.'



Asks him to send an injunction to the mayor and corporation to grant no leases of school lands without the concurrence of the College, and then to the highest bidder P. 1. Add. Endd. :



Asks for information about the revenues of the school, and desires that, in granting leases, regard should be had to the highest bidder Draft. Pp. 2. Endd.

34. [Niblett] to the corporation

:

Feversham charter

35. Extracts out of

1735-6. 22 Jan.

36. Daniel Hill to Niblett

1735-6. 6 Feb.

37.

1735-6. Feb.

38.

:

P.

1.

Endd.

—The corporation are put in no small

ferment by Niblett's letter. They say they would have given Hill what he desired, if he had not applied as he did, but now will spend the surplus in books and buying or building a house for the master Pp. 2, Add. Endd.



mayor of Feversham, to Niblett: In answer Tlie power claimed by Niblett has never been exercised since the memory of man. To show how well they have discharged their trust, will send him an account of the revenues. Signed. Pp. 2. Add. Endd.

Isaac Jones,

to his letter of 16 Jan.

Daniel Hill to Niblett:

—Denies the statement of the

mayor

in the previous letter that accounts were properly balanced

12

with Mr. Lloyd. The grounds of the accusations of disrespect and indecency made against him are that he did not take off liis hat to the mayor when he delivered Niblett's letter, and that he would not partake of their school feast

1735-6.

39.

5 INlarch

1735-6. 22 March

Isaac Jones, mayor, to Niblett school revenues for 20 years

40. Hill to Niblett:

— He and

that this account the end

is

:

Pp.

3.

Signed. Pp.

5.

Add. Endd.

—Encloses the account of the Add. Endd.

acquaintance are of opinion a forged thing from the beginning to all his

Pp.

3.

Add. Endd.



Asks him, being in town, to send for Isaac Jones and Robt. Sharwood, who will be in London shortly. Advises him to waive the accounts and confine his demands to a present augmentation of the salary

Hill to Niblett

1736. 12 May

41.

1736. 14 July

42. Hill to Niblett

1736-7. 26 Jan.

43. Hill to

:

Pp.

2.

Add. Endd.

— Fears he displeased with him P. Add. Endd. Niblett: — The corporation have voted him an :

is

1.

crease of 10/. dress

in-

This

is

but a partial and precarious re-

Pp.

2.

Add. Endd.

SCHOOLS OF FEVERSHAM, BEDENDEN, BERKHAMSTEAD. 1735-6.

44. Hill to Niblett visit

iNIarch

1737. 16 June

1737. July

1738-9.

arranged with Grwyn and Henley to

Feversham

45. Hill to Niblett

:

consulted with Henley about the in-

London

Henry Brooke

to

Niblett:



:

1741. 22 July

49. Richard Jacob to Niblett

:

A

:

—Mr.

Hill's

complaints are noto-

two from the College, without entering into a Chancery suit, might make the corporation tremble. Canterbury P. 1. Add.

riously true.

letter or



50. Niblett to the Mayor of Feversham Asks for an explanation of the proceeding mentioned in the two previous letters Copy. Pp. 2 :

51.

30 Oct.

4 Nov.



The mayor's lease of the school Mr. Jacob lands has been improperly renewed, at a rent considerably less than the value Pp. 2. Add. Endd.

48. Hill to the Eev.

1741.

Add. Endd.

1.

Sends a firkin of oysters. Asks him to inform the coi'poration of the time of Henley's visit. Faversham P. 1. Add. Endd.

47. Hill to Niblett

1741. 16 July

1741.

P.

— Opinion

concerning the power of the warden according- to the foundation charter Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. of the school

March

26 July

Add. Endd.

Pjp. 2.

— Has

tended visitation. 46. Dr.

1

9

— Has

:

221



Vincent Williams, mayor of Feversham, to Niblett: The late mayor, Mr. Bax, is willing to cancel the lease Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

52. Daniel Hill to the College

:

— Proposals

for settling the dis-

Pp.

pute with the corporation

— Otfers to share the expenses

6 Nov.

53. Hill to Niblett:

16 Nov.

54. [Niblett] to [the

tion.

London

Pp. mayor]

:



4.

Endd.

of the visita-

2.

Add. Endd.

Is glad to find that the corpora-

tion are well disposed to join with the College in the of their trust. They cannot give a better proof than by cancelling the lease to Mr. Bax faithful discharge

14 Dec.

55. Hill to Niblett

:

— Sends

a firkin of oysters.

publicly cancelled

1741. 23 Dec.

56.

Pp.

Vincent Williams, mayor, to Niblett:— The lease

The

celled.

lands will be set

Michaelmas 57. Hill to Niblett:

1741-2. 28 Jan.

58. Hill to Niblett

1741-2. 25 Feb.

59. R.

1741-2.

60. Hill to Niblett

— Will consult

about the new lease

up

till

up

1.

Add. Endd. him Add. Endd.

Pp.

2.

:— Advises

that the school estates be not put one year before the expiration of the lease

Henley to Niblett the school.

be

can-

a friend before advising

Pp.

March

is

to the best bidder about

Signed. P.

1741. 31 Dec.

1

2.

Draft P. 1 The lease is Add. Endd.

visits

:— Is

Temple :

— Invites him

Feversham

2.

Add. Endd.

willing to act at the visitation of

Pp.

2.

Add. Endd.

when Add. Endd.

to stop at his lodgings

Pp.

2.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

222



61.

Has advertised that Vincent Williams, mayor, to Niblett the school lands will be let on 5 May to the best bidder, and hopes Dr. Niblett will be present Signed. Pp. 1. Add. Endd.

1742. 2 April

62.

Commission by the warden and six senior fellows to Niblett and Thos. Wood, LL.D., to hold a visitation of the school Signed and sealed

1742. 5 May

63. Orders of the

1741-2.

March

5

1743. 17 Oct.

1748. 12 April

1749-50. 22 Feb. 1

752.

Common Council

Feversham concerning the Pp. 3. Endd.

of

school 64.



:

Another copy

—Eemarks about him Niblett: — Concerning

65. Hill to Niblett

the school accounts which

:

Pp.

Niblett has sent 66. Hill

to

Kent.

68. F.

Add. Endd.

Niblett's intended

visit

to

Feversham

67. Hill to [Niblett]

19 April

2.

:— Account

of

wood

sold

Pp.

3.

Endd.



Buck to Niblett Sends the chamberlain's last account of the profits of the school land :

Signed. P.

1.

Add, Endd.

BEDENDEN. 1 1

Eliz.

1.

License to Walter Mayney, sen., Walter Mayney, jun., and John Wylgoose, executors of John Mayney, to found a free

2.

Grrant by John Wilgoose, of Saleherst, to All Souls' College of his estate in the lands left by John Mayney for the endowment of the school

19 July

grammar 20

Eliz.

3. Statutes for

school in Bedenden,

Kent

Bedenden School

An

endorseTYient stating that they luere never sealed nor accepted by the College

SCOTNEY, BLECHING, OKEHOLT. 15 Edw. III. 1 1 Nov. 22 Edw. III. 27 April

43 Edw. III. 26 Nov.

1.

2.

Eeleaseby Ric. de Mereworth of rent in Scoteney to William de Mereworth Partition of lands in All Saints'

Setvauntz and 3.

Wm.

Marsh between

Sir Will.

and Joan Claptus

Grant by John Gisors, of London, to Henry Persay and others, of lands in Okolte and Skoteneye, in the parishes of Bromhill and Lyde

SCOTNEY, BLECHING, OKEHOLT. Eelease by

223

Henry Persaye and others to John Bays, Thos. and John Witteneye, chaplain, of their

44 Edw. III. 21 Nov.

4.

44 Edw.

5.

Eelease by John Bays of his title to Okolte and Skoteneye to Thos. Ulf, of Santon, and John Witteneye

6.

Eelease by Thos. Ulf to John Witteneye, chaplain, of his title to Okeholte and Scoteneye

Ulf, of Santon, title to

III.

23 Dec.

44 Edw. 1

III.

Jan.

49 Edw.

III.

7.

22 Feb. 6 Eic. II.

30

6 Eic. II. 1

8.

jNIay

9.

June

Okolte and Skoteneye

Grant by John Witteneye to Henry de Wakefeld and others, of his lands in Okolte and Scoteneye Grant by Henry Medeburn to Sir Wm. de Walleworth, Eoger Perers, John Sprotteburgh, and others, of his lands in Okolte, Blechjmg, and Scoteneye Eelease by Hen. de Wakefeld, bp. of Worcester, John Holte, and John Carvel to Henry Medeburn, clerk, of his title in Okolte, Bleching, and Scoteneye

Power of attorney by Medeburn

to deliver seisin



10.

7 Eic. II. 31 Aug.

11.

7 Eic. II. 9 Dec.

12.

19 Eic. II. 29 June

13.

Grant by Eoger Perers, clerk, Eobt. Sprotteburgh, and others to William Brenchesle and others, of lands in Okolte, Blechynge, and Scoteneye



14.

Power of attorney

,,

Eelease by Sir

Wm.

de Walleworth, &c., to Henry de Mede-

burn Eelease by John de Nevill, lord of Eaby, to Sir Wm. de Walleworth and others, of his title to the said lands in Okolte, Blechyng, and Scoteneye

15. Brenchesle's

to deliver seisin

power of attorney to receive

Agreement between

seisin

22 Eic. II. 27 Sept.

16.

7

Hen. IV. 18 Aug.

17.

Grant by Thos. Waller, John Brok, and John Salerne to Joan, widow of Sir William Brenchesle, of lands in Okolte, Blechynge, and Skoteneye

18.

Power of attorney

8

Hen. IV. 16 Dec.

19.

Joan Brenchesle's power of attorney to receive



9 Hen. IV.

28

1

„ Hen. VI. 24 Aug.

9 Hen. VI. 31 Jan.

William Septvanz and William

Brenchesle concerning the payment of certain rents

to deliver seisin seisin

by Thos. and Eic. Brenchesle, brothers and heirs of Brenchesle, to Joan his widow, of their title to Scoteneye and Blecchynge

20. Eelease

May

5 Hen. V. 4 Sept.

Sir

Sir

21.

Wm.

Grant by Thos. Wallere, of Lamberhurst, to Eic. Huntyngdon and Thos. Stonbregge, of the reversion of the manor of Skoteneye

22. Counterpart of the

above

23.

Lease by Joan, widow of Sir Wm. Brenchesle, of the manor of Skoteneye, to Thos. Atte Bregge

24.

Grant by Thos. Stonbregge to Sir Wm. Chayne, justice, Eic. Wakehurst, and others, of the reversion of Skotneye, Okolte, and Blechyng

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

224 9 Hen. YI.

25.

Confirmation of the preceding grant by Joan Brencliesle

4 Feb. 11 Hen. VI. 26. Release by JNIargery, widow of Ric. Orgar, of Ealdinge, to 19 April Joan Brencbesle, Wm. Cbeyne, and John Martyn, justices, and others, of her title to the manor of Scoteneye

17 Hen. VI. 27. Lease of the manor of Scotney by Joan Brenchelse, Sir Wm. 24 March Cheyne, Thos. Horden, Thos. Bettenham, and otliers, to Thos. Osiborn, of London, Thos. Pitlesden, and others



28.

Power

of attorney to deliver seisin

17 Hen. VI. 29. Release by Ric. Vincent and Stephen Slegge to Thos. Osborn, 10 July &c., of their title to Scotney and Blechiug

17 Hen. VI. 30. Grrant by Thos. Osborn and Thos. Petilesden to John Penylond and Thos. Hodyngfold, of the manor of Scotney and lord28 July ship of Blecchyng



31.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin

17 Hen. VI. 32. Grrant of Scoteneye and Blecchjmg by John Penylond and Thos. Hodyngfold to Thos. Osbarn, Thos. Petylisden, and 10 Aug. others

21 Hen. VI. 33. Release by Thos. Petylisden, Wm. Bangore, and others to Thos. Strykenbold, of Rolvynden, of their title to Scotneye 25 July

and Blechyng 21 Hen. VI. 15 Aug.

34.

Grant of Scoteney and Blechyng by Thos. Strykenbold to Thos. Petelysden, Nic. Wydmere, and others



35.

Power

22 Hen. VI. 15 Feb.

of attorney to deliver seisin

by Thos. Petelysden, &c., of Scotney and Blecchyng, to John Fray, chief baron of the Exchequer, Sir John Fortescu, John Markham, justice of the King's Bench, and

36. Grrant

others

„ 24 Hen. VI.

37.

to deliver seisin

by Thos. Persons, of Ely, to John Fray, chief baron of the Exchequer, of his title to Scotneye, &c.

38. Release

9 Feb. 39.

Grant of the same lands by John Fray, Sir John Fortescu, &c., to Ric. Andrew, Ric. Byconell, and others



40.

Power of attorney

to deliver seisin



41.

Power of attorney

to receive seisin

24 Hen. VI. 20 P'eb.

27 Hen. VI. 4 April „ 27 Hen. VI. 1(3

Power of attorney

May

by Ric. Andrewe, &c., to Henry VI. of of Scotteney, Blecchyng, and Okeholte

42. Surrender

43.

Power

44.

Bond

tlie

manor

of attorney to deliver seisin

of

Wm.

Kele, warden of All Souls', to Thos. Chicheley, and the other executors of Archbp. Chiclieley,

Ric. Andrew,

them harmless from any claims by Okeholt, Blecchyng, and Scoteney

to hold

tlie

king for

SCOTNEY, BLECHING, OKEHOLT. 27 Hen. VI. 27 June

221

Copy of patent 27 Hen. VI. pt. 3. m. 7, granting to All Souls' College the manors of Scotney, Blecchyng, and Okeholt, with lands in Lyde and Promehill, which had been acquired hy Chicheley's executors, and surrendered by them to the

45.

king ' Scotney deed in the Towre of London, which missing in the Colledg.'

Endd.

is

46. Inspeximus of the above grant, dated 12 July, 12 Jac. I.

14 Hen. VII. 2

by the abbot of St. Mary's, Eobertsbridge, to Sir Ric. Guldeford, of salt-marshes in Promhill, adjoining the lands Copy of All Souls' College

47. G-rant

March

33 Hen. VIII. 48. Sale by George Harper to Henry VIII. of Broughtons, in Otford, salt-marshes in Promehill, and other tenements 16 March 31 Eliz. 6 March

[Edw.

III.]

Power of attorney by the warden of All Souls' College, to take possession of the manors of Scotney and Bleching endorsed with a memorandum of the entry, 24 March, 1588

49.

50.

Memorandum

of sums due to the lord of Blecchynge

51.

Three

accounts for Scotney. 35 Edw. III. and 17-19

bailiff's

Hie. II. 52.

A

bundle of three paper rolls containing lists of the tenants Promhell Marsh, and their contributions for the repair of the wall. Hen. IV.-Edw. IV.

in

2 Hen. V.

53.

Note by Thomas atte Bregge of repairs at Scotney

54. Extracts

from court

rolls

of Scotney. 5 Hen. V. to 14 Hen. VI.

Two documents, one paper, one vellum manor of Blecching. 1 Hen. VI., 3 Hen. VI., Hen. VI., 6 Hen. VI., 7 Hen. VI., 9 Hen. VI., and 11 Hen. VI.

55. Rolls of the

5

24-31 Hen.

Scotney and Blechyng by Joan Brenchesle, Ric. Wakeherst, Thos. Hordenne, Thos. Bettenham, and John Congeherst, from the warden of All

56. File of 1 9 receipts for the rent of

VI.

Souls' College

16 Hen. VII.

57.

Receipt of John Hales, of Tenterden, ' servus Ricardi Guldford militis,' of 100s. for enclosing part of Romney

Edw. VI.

58.

Rental of Blechyng

38

59.

Bundle of 10 papers concerning the College's suit against Henry Guldeford and Ric. Smyth for encroaching on their

Oct.

1

Marsh 1

Eliz.

lands in Promehill 60.

1597.

10 Oct.

61.

A

bundle of drafts relating to the College's suit concerning Promehill

List of evidences relating to Scotney, &c.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

226

Eliz.

Exceptions to the writ of right, if in jure Collegii had been in the writ All Souls' Coll. V. John Knight, touching Scotney

62.

'

Two 1622. 1

63. Will of

9 Aug.

1589.

copies

Clement Stuppeny, of Lidd, a tenant of All Souls'

College

Map

64.

of the

manor

of Scotney,

made by Thos. Clarke Velluon coloured, on a roller

LETTERS AND PAPERS. 1747.

1750-1. 1

Commissioners of

65.

66. Eic.

6 Jan.

Harvey

Wa Hand

Pp.3. Endd.

Marsh

Mr. Musgrave, bursar of All

to

Souls':

—An

account of the inroad of the sea on the College land held by him and Mrs. Deedes in Walland Marsh. I3arston Hoi. Pp. 3. Endd. Jury's Grut watering scotted to Lydd Walls '

67.

'

68.

'

List of owners of land scotted to

Lydd Wall



to Niblett An account of his endeavours to get the land in the marsh scotted equally for the sea wall. Barston Eol. Pp. 2. Add. Endd.

1751. 13 April

69.

Harvey

1751.

70.

Account of scots due from lands belonging to All Souls' College in Walland Marsh

1751. 12 Oct.

71.

Eev. Eic. Jacob to Warden Niblett An account of the Kentish estates, their value, and the scots levied on them for the sea wall. Wateringbury

1752. 15 June

72.

Eichard Harvey to Warden Niblett: Concerning the scots payable by landowners for Lidd Wall. Barston

1752.

73.

Same

23 April

:

:



IIol.

29 July 1752. 1752.

to

same :— Concerning the

College.

Memoranda about

76.

and Deedes Harvey to Niblett:

19 Oct.

fine for

76.

Add. Endd.

'

A

estate he holds from the

the estates of Grodfrey, Stratford, Harvey,



Is discontented at the increase of the renewal of his lease. Barston

true representation of an estate held by lease from All in Scotney

Souls' College

Endd.

1752.

2.

Barston

74.

Michaelmas

Pp.



'

77.

Laid before the College 13 Nov. 1752' Another copy, endorsed Scottney letter from Harvey and Deedes

78.

Extracts from Harvey's and Deedes' leases

79.

Wm. Deedes to

'

'

13 Nov. 1759.

15 Sept.



Eic. Bourne, bursar Mrs. Deedes is willing to renew her lease on reasonable terms. Considers the :

SCOTNEY, BLECHING, PROMHILL, OLD LEASES.

227

rent high, and gives reasons for an alleviation of the fine. The scots have heen very high, and there is no prospect of Hoi. Pp. 2. Add. Endd. their being less. Hythe

1759.

1759.



Has received the [Blackstone] to Wm. Deedes Eequests previous letter in Mr. Bourne's absence. answers to certain questions concerning Mrs. Deedes' and Hoi. Draft. Pp. 2 ]\Ir. Harvey's estates

80. ^y.

19 Sept.

81.

27 Sept.

:



W. Deedes

Sends answers to the questions to Kic. Bourne: St. Stephen's, near Canmentioned in the preceding. Hoi. Pp.

terbui-y

2.

Add. Endd.

WOODEN BOX CONTAINING THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS. 39 Edw. III. 24 Oct.

1.

Inspeximus of a commission and inquisition touching the decay of the walls protecting Proomhelle Marsh of a lease of the Prior's Marsh, Promhill, by Tlios., prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, to Thos. Struggill, of

2.

Copy

33 Hen. VIII. 10 Oct.

3.

Lease by Thos. Colepeper, of Bekysbourne, to John Philypp, of Tenterden, of salt-marshes in Promehill, piuchased from Thos. Wryothesley

37 Hen. VIII. 25 Jan.

4.

Lease by John Phillypp of two houses called ' the Lade,' and ' the Grardner,' the great barn in the manor of Scotney Court, and fresh and salt marsh in Lydd and Promehill, to Richard Hardy man

24 Hen. VIII. 2 Jan.

Lydde

38 Hen. VIII. 10 Jan.

5.

2 Eliz.

6.

21

June

Copy of a lease of Scotney Court by John Phillipp Bateman

1.

26 Sept. 28 Hen. VIII. 28 Nov.

2.

34 Hen. VIIL 23 Sept.

3.

John

Lease by Christopher Arundell to John Bateman of the manor of Skotney Court and 185 acres of marsh

*

12 Hen. VIII.

to

SCOTNEY, BLECHING, PBOMHILL, OLD LEASES.'

Lease by All Souls' College of their land called 'Blecchyng Cowrtt,' and of land and appm-tenances called Scoottney and Bromehill, to Vincent Daniell, of Lydde, in Kent

Of Blechynge Court, Scotney Manor, and Promehill

to Thos.

Culpeper Receipt by Thos., son and heir of Sir Alex. Culpeper, of 20 mks., 800 ewes, and 200 lambs from All Souls' College, of which the use was granted to him, together with the leases of Blechyng Court and Scotney Manor
2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

228

2

Edw. VI. 21 June

4.

Lease by All Souls' College to Christover Arndell, of Rlechinge Cowert and Scotney, late held by Thos. Culpepper, for 20

5.

Of the same lands with the use

years 1

& 2P.&M. 22 Dec.

6.

Eeceipt by Christofer Arundell from All Souls' College for

7.

Copy

76L 1563. 5 Eliz.

of 76^. 13s. Ad., to Christofer

Arundell

24 Oct.

13s.

4d

of a lease by All Souls' College to Christofer Arundell, of Blechynge Cowert and Scotney Manor, dated 30 Oct. 3 Eliz., attested by Joan Arundell, widow and executrix of

Bond

the late Christofer Arundell

13 Eliz. 4 Jan.

8.

34 Eliz. 26 Aug.

9.

enclosed

Lease of Bleching Court and Scotney Manor, with the use of

Andrew Watkyns

76^. 13s. 4ci, to

Lease of Scotney Manor to Wm. Towse, of Takelie, Essex, and Clement Stuppenie, of Lydd

and Scotney Manor

Wm.

Towse

41 Eliz. 28 July

10. Lease of Blechinge Court

3 Jac.

11.

Bond

10 Jac. I. 9 Dec.

12.

Lease of Bleaching Court and Scotney Manor to and Laurence Stuppanye

1618.

13.

Lease of Bleching Courte and Scotney Manor to Wm. Towse and Clement Stuppany Both parts and bond

I.

28 March

27 Oct.

to

Bond

and Clement Stuppenye

enclosed

of Wm. Towse and Clement Stuppeny to perform their indenture of the same date with All Souls' College

Wm.

Towse

14.

Copy of the above

7 Car. I. 31 Oct.

15.

Lease of Scottney, alias Bleching Court, to John Freebody, of Udimer, and Stephen Gorton, vintner of London

1767. 13 Nov.

16.

Of the manor of Scotney to Eichard Harvey, of Barfreston, and Wm. Deeds, of Hackington

1774. 3 Nov.

17.

Of the manor of Scotney

1781.

18.

Of the same

19.

Of the manor

>?

to the

to Eichard

and

Wm.

Cm-teis

same

30 Oct. 1802.

23 Oct.

of Scotney to Eobert Cobb, of Lydd, Eobert Maitland, of Greenwich, and Benjamin Way, of Denham, trustees for John Polhill Both parts

Of the manor of Scotney

Amy

1810. Feb.

20.

1817.

21.

Of

22.

Of half of the manor of Scotney to Samuel Selmes, of Beckley, and Jeremiah Curteis, of Wartling

23.

Of half the

to

executors of Eobert Cobb, and

1

half the

manor

and John Cobb and others, James and Ursula Ware Both parts

of Scotney to Ursula

Ware

3 Nov5>

1823. 3 Nov.

site of

the

manor of Scotney

to Ursula

Ware

With license

to let

SOUTH PETHERTON.

229

1823. 3 Xuv.

24.

Lease of half the site of the manor of Scotney to Samuel Both parts and license to let Selmes and Jeremiah Curteis

1830.

25.

Of half the

the

site of

manor of Scotney

to Ursula

Ware

Both parts and license

3 Nov. 26.

Of

1837. 3 Nov.

27.

Of half the



28.

half the site of the Curteis site of

manor

Both parts and half the site of the Curteis

manor

and

of Scotney to Selmes

the manor of Scotney to Martin

Of

to let

Ware

license to let

and

of Scotney to Selmes

SOUTH PETHEETON. 1.5o8.

Copy of the

1.

will of

Edward Napper,

of Holywell.*

19 Dec.

20 8

Eliz.

2.

May „

3.

Grant by William Napper, of Holliwell, to Wm. James, master of University College, and others, of tenements in Both parts South Petherton Indenture between Wm. James, master of University College, and others, Kobert Hovenden, warden of All Souls' College, Wm. Napper, of Preston, and Wm. Napper, of Holliwell, for conveyance of land in South Petherton and Wheatley to All Souls' College Two counterparts^

Fine

for the

conveyance of a tenement in South Petherton by to W. James, master of University College

21 Eliz. Easter

4.

21 Eliz. 4 July

5.

21 Eliz. 8 July

6.

Lease of tenements in South Petherton occupied by Fras. Saudis, by Wm. James, master of University College, and others, to Wm. Napper, of Preston Botlt parts

22 4

7.

Sale by

May

24

Eliz.

8.

Conveyance by

9.

Lease by Morgan Hayne of a tenement in South Petherton to William Symes

Eliz.

W. Napper Lease by

Wm.

others, of

James, master of University College, and tenements in South Petherton to Francis Sandys

Wm. James, master of University College, of land in South Petherton and Whateley to Robt. Hovenden, warden Copy

of All Souls' College

16 April

38 Eliz. 20 April

43

Eliz.

Eliz.

Napper, of Preston, of land in South Petherton to Morgan Hayne, of Waddon, Dorset

by Thos. Hayne of land in South Petherton to John Thorne

10. Sale

26 Oct.

44

Wm.

11.

11 Jan. '

Conveyance by Thomas Hayne of land John Cabell

in

South Petherton to

Other copies of those documents are among the Whateley deeds

(p. 277).

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

230

1

9 Jac.

I.

12.

John Cabell of land in South Petherton Bowring, of the University of Oxford

Sale by

29 Sept.

to

Thos.

PAPERS. 1

Mary.

13.

Grant by Edw. Cowper and Valentine Fairewether, of lands

16 Oct.

in South Petherton, late the free chapel of St. John, to

Edw. Napper 14.

'

15.

'

Copy

The answere of John Warn ere, warden of the Colledge

of All Sayntz {sic) in the cytye of Oxon., to the charge of arrerages contained in the boke of the auditour of the Court of

Wardes and Lyveryes Mr. Dr. Warner's

for arrerages to

bill

queue [Mary], as yt was

rected for lack of perfection 1

Eliz.

16.

be signed by the

fyrst drawen, but afterwards cor'

Extract from an Act of Parliament ' to annex to the Crown certain religious houses and to reform certain abuses in

them and

in chantries

'

mortem Edw. Napper

Cojpy

17.

Inquisitio post

4 Eliz. 14 Jan.

18.

Depositions taken at Oxford before John Wayte, mayor, and John Cupper, feodary, concerning Edw. Napper's will

5 Eliz.

19.

Release by Q. Elizabeth of arrears, &c., due from the College for Napper's lands in Whateley and South Petherton

1

Eliz.

5 April

10

May

Copy 6 Eliz.

by Q. Elizabeth to the College of the dues from Napper's lands in South Petherton and Whateley

20. Release

30 April 1573.

21.

'

Extent out of the Court of Wards of Napper's lands given to the College, taken 1573 '

22.

Hoveden

v.

23.

'

The case clere wryten for Master how he lyked it, befor yt was wryten for

Napper.

Secretary to see the queue to se

*

case (concerning Napper's bequest) first drawn by Master Thornton and corrected by Master Plowden

The

'

lonperfect 24. Bill in the suit of the College against ing the execution of his father's will 25.

Wm.

Napper concern-

' Interrogatories to be ministred on v. Napper. the parte and behalfe of the warden and Colledge of the Soules of all faythful people deceased of Oxford

Hoveden

'

1575. Ilil.

26.

Hoveden

v.

Napper.

27.

Hoveden

v.

Napper.

'

Napper's

first

answer, not allowed'

Term the

bill

'

The answere of

Wm.

Napper,

of complaint of Robt. Hovendeu, comp.'

def., to

SOUTH PETHERTOK 18 Eliz. 13 Feb.

28.

Hoveden

v.

Napper.

231

Copy of an injunction against Napper

in the Court of Kequests 29.

5)

Another copy

Wm.

30. Order of the Court of Eequests against

19 Eliz.

Napper

in his

suit with the College

28 Nov.

LETTERS. 575. 22 Oct.

31.

1

1806. 9 June

'

32.



Napper lias commenced Francis Sandys to Warden Hovenden Asks for advice and help. proceedings against him. Hoi. Pp. 2. Add. South Petherton :

James Daniel

to Messrs.

Child:

— Sends back

an old

lease.

South Petherton

LEASES. 8 Eliz.

1.

20 June

Lease by All Souls' College of lands in South Pederton called St. John's lands, or the Chawntrie landes, to Edward Brasier, of Penstax

14 Eliz. 5 Nov.

2.

Of

2 Car.

3.

Of a tenement

1

I.

same lands

to Fraunces Sandes, of

in South Petherton to

South Pederton

Thomas Bowring

Bond

Nov.

5 Car.

I.

4.

Of two tenements and lands

5.

Of the same tenements and land

29 Oct. 1

the

Car.

I.

in South Petherton to Thos. Bowring, of the University of Oxford, yeoman Both parts and bond to

Tregoze, Wilts

28 Oct.

enclosed

Hugh White, of Liddiard Bond enclosed

1783. 22 Oct.

6.

Of 83



7.

Of two tenements

in South Petherton to

Hannah Channing

8.

Of two tenements

in South Petherton to

Hannah Channing

acres in South Petherton to

John Elliot Both parts Both parts

1790.

20 Oct. 1797. 2 Dec.

9.

License of alienation to Matthew executors of John Elliot

Quantock and others,



10.

License of alienation to Eobert England and Eichard Toller, executors of Hannah Channing

1797. 21 Dec.

11.

Lease of the tenement late held by James Daniell, mercer

Hannah Channing,

to

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

282

1797. 21 Dec.

12.

Lease of one tenement in South Petlierton to Robert England and Richard Toller



13.

Of 38^



14.

Of

804. 20 Oct.

15.

Of the same land

to

16.

England and Toller

acres at South Petherton to John Baker Edmonds, of South Petherton, being part of 83 acres divided between Both parts him and John Eason 44|- acres at South Petherton to John Eason, of South Petherton, being part of 83 acres divided between him and

John Baker Edmonds 1

5,

181

1.

17.

Of a tenement Of a tenement

18.

Of 38^

19.

Of

to

John Eason, of South Petherton

in South Petherton to

acres in South Petherton to

44;^ acres in

James Daniell

John Baker Edmonds Both parts

South Petherton to John Eason

30 Oct. 1811. 2 Nov.

20.

Of two tenements

at South Petherton to James Daniel, of South Petherton, mercer

John Baker Edmonds



21.

Of

„ 1818. 2 Nov.

22.

Of two tenements

23.

Of two tenements



24.

38;^ acres to

in South Petherton to

James Daniel

at South Petherton to

James Daniell,

of

South Petherton

Of 44^

acres in South Petherton to Miss E.

Eason

STANTON HAECOUET. 4 Edw. VI. 12 Dec.

1.

2.

Commission to Thos. [Cranmer], abp. of Canterbury, Nic. [Ridley], bp. of London, and others, to proceed against Steven Gardiner, bp. of Winchester Copy '

The

artikles objected against Steven Gardiner, bishop of

Wynchester

Copy

1550-1. 14 Feb.

3.

Record of proceedings at Lambeth against Gardiner



4.

Sentence of deprivation of Steven Gardiner, bp. of Winchester



5.

Gardiner's appeal from the sentence definitive to the king's

6.

Translation of John [Poynet], bp. of Rochester, to the see of Wincliester Copy

Copy majesty

Edw. VL 23 March

5

Copy

STANTON HARCOURT. 5

Edw. vr. 18 Juue

Mary

1

7.

8.

16 Sept. 1553.

9.

233

Graut of the rectory of Stanton Harcourt to John [Poynet], Copy bp. of Winchester

Commission to Hen., earl of Arundel, Edmund [Bonner], bp. of London, and others, to hear Gardiner's appeal for restiCopy tution to the bishopric of Winchester Articles alleged

'

by Steven Gardiner against the sentence of

his deprivation

23 Sept. 1553. 28 Sept.

10.

Sentence of the earl of Arundel and his colleagues, restoring Steven Gardiner to the see of Winchester

1557.

11.

Presentment of Sir John Harcowrte,

1

Wm.

Vellum, 2 membranes. Signed. Add.

&

to the

Harcourt

archbp. of York

Grant by Cardinal Pole to All Souls' Coll. of tithes, the Parand the rectory house at Stanton Harcourt, sons woode formerly the property of Reading Abbey. Lambeth

1557-8. 22 March

12.

1558.

13.

Grant by Cardinal Pole, constituting Stanton Harcourt a rectory, and appointing John Gyll, late perpetual vicar, the Greenwich. AJine seal, but broken first rector.

14.

Indenture between Cardinal Pole, All Souls' College, and John Gyll, parson of Stanton Harcourt, for the payment of annuities to Ric. Grene, Alice Parrot, and others, and the receipt by the College of the rent for the parsonage from Edw. Phetiplace

5 P.

& M.

29 March

1

Eliz.

'

'

26 :March 4

Bocher, and others

to 9 articles concerning the vicarage of Stanton

Sept.

Actus parliamenti, anno primo Eliz.' Copy of a portion of the act concerning the possessions of the bishopric of Winchester

15

'

16.

Inspeximus of the record of proceedings in the Court of Exchequer concerning Stanton Harcourt, Easter Term,

17.

Inspeximus of proceedings in the Court of Exchequer, 2 Eliz., concerning the rectory of Stanton Harcourt. Endd. ' Exoneratio pro Stanton in Scaccario

25 Jan. 8 Eliz.

20 June

2 Eliz. 1

12

Eliz.

May

'

32 Eliz. 29 Dec.

18.

Grant by Queen Elizabeth to John [Underbill], bp. of Oxford, of the rectory of Stanton Harcourt and other lands

32 Eliz. 4 March

19.

Grant by Queen Elizabeth to All

20.

'

T%uo copies

21.

Souls' College of property in Stanton Harcourt, being tithes of hay and corn, the Parson's closes, the Parson's wood, and the rectory

The copie

of the queue's graunt of Stanton Harcourt to All Soulne College

'A voyde draughte

of a pattent for Staunton Harecourte graunted by Queene Eliz. to the warden and College'

34 Eliz. 28 Oct.

22 Appointment by All Souls' College of attorneys to receive surrender of property in Stanton Harcourt, granted by William and Robert Albany, 13 June, 34 Eliz.

36

23.

Eliz.

The

bill of complaint exhibited by All Souls' College against Robert Albany and others

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

234

36

Eliz.

ilary

The answer

24.

Term

37 Eliz.

Wm.,

Fras.,

and Robt. Albany and

others, to

Warden Hoveden

Inspeximus of a lease of Stanton Harcourt rectory to Edw. Phetypace, 6 April, 33 Hen. VIII. of a grant of Stanton Harcourt and other places to Q. Elizabeth by Thos. [Cowper], late bp. of Winchester, 1 2 July, 26 Eliz. ; and of the bishop's power of attorney to Edw. Downyng, 12 July, 26 Eliz.

25.

20 Oct.

37 Eliz.

of

the bill of complaint of

I

;

26.

'

A

discharge in the Exchequer that the College fealty to the queen for Stanton

is free

from

homage and 38

Eliz.

Appointment of Robt. Master and others by the College,

27.

43

Eliz.

as

attorneys for their property at Stanton Harcourt

16 Nov.

Award by Thos. Walmisley and Peter Warburton, justices? between All Souls' College and Wm. and Robt. Albany,

28.

13 June

concerning property at Stanton Harcourt

43

Eliz.

29. Release

27 Oct.

by

Wm.

and Robt. Albany and

Jefifry

Crichley of

all

suits against All Souls' College

by the College to Will, and Robt. Albany Chrichley of Stanton Harcourt

30. General release



and

General release by

31.



Jefifry

W. and

R. Albany and Chrichley to Peter

Pory 32. General release



by Peter Pory to

W. and

R. Albany and

J.

Chrichley 33. General release



by W. and R. Albany and Crichley to Roderick

Lloyd General release by Roderick Lloyd, of Oxford, to Albany and J. Chrichley, of all actions, &c.

34.



W. and

R.

PAPERS RELATING TO SUITS BETWEEN ALL SOULS' COLLEGE AND ALICE AND WM. BUTTLE AND JOHN SKINNER CONCERNING TITHES AT STANTON HARCOURT. [1571-1598]

35.

The

36.

Answer of

College's bill of complaint against

Warden 7 Jac. I. 1

Wm.

Buttell

to

the

William Buttell

bill

of complaint of the

of All Souls'

Interrogatorise inter Coll. All Sowles et Buttle

37.

'

38.

Writ of ejectment against Alice Buttle, occupier of the

pro-

perty of the College in Stanton Harcourt

July

39. Draft of a writ of ejectment against Alice Buttle.

Endd. 7 Jac. I. 17 Aug. 7 Jac.

I.

25 Nov.

40.

41.

'

'

'

About possession of Stanton

Agreement with Skinner

Widdow

Butle. Blincoes report

for dividing tithes

Albanie.

About

Sir

to the College '

W. Greene

and D.

STANTON HARCOURT. 7 Jac. I.

42.

Writ of execution

43. Case for Stanton.

draught.

P'irst

*

Case for Stanton on our parte.

45.

'

Copie of Stanton case

46.

'

Case of Stanton

47.

'

Case of Stanton.

44.

May

in favour of All Souls' College in their suit

with Alice Buttle and others

27 Feb.

18

235

48.

First copie

'

'

Ex

parte Skinner

'

Christopher Hoveden's affidavit against Skinner for his con-

tempt 9

Touching Skinner. contempt

49. 'Order.

1610. 1

June

8 Jac.

T.

50.

'

51.

'

23 June 8 Jac.

25

I.

Auii'.

29 June

Sir Mat. Carie.

Concerning a

Orders about Skinner, that neither D. Hunt, nor Carie, but D. Hoveden and D. Amy shall order touching Skinner's better answeare to interrogatories'

For agreement with Skinner.' and Chr. Hoveden

52.

'

Charges at law against Skinner

53.

'

Charges against Skinner

An

indenture between him



Is glad to hear to Warden Hoveden Gives particulars of the progress of the HoL Pp. 2. Add. Endd. suit against Skinner

54. Christopher

Hoveden

:

of his recovery.

9 Jac.

I.

Brief for Stanton against Will, and Robt. Buttell's servants ' trespassing in taking away tithes

55.

'

56.

'

57.

Warden Hoveden

The for

12 Jac.

I.

58.

6 June

16th cent.

case for the College about the tytheinge

Mr. Radcliffe

—A

letter of information ' proceeding in Stanton,' against Buttle and Albany P. 1. Signed. Endd.

to

:

Writ of

execiition in the suit against Alice and William Buttle and John Skynner

59. List of clothes, &c., belonging to Will.

Walker, and

memo-

randa about houses

LEASES. 1

2 Eliz.

1.

16 Oct.

36 31

Eliz.

2.

March

Lease by All Souls' College of the tithes and other property in Stanton Harcourt to Wm. Buttell

Of the

tithes of Stanton

Parson's

Harcourt and Sutton, four

closes,

Wood, and the mansion house belonging

rectory, to Peter Pory, of Oxford, white baker

40

Eliz.

14 June

3.

Of the

tithes of Stanton Harcourt, &c., to Peter

Pory

the

to the

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

236

40

Eliz.

4.

Power of attorney

5.

Lease of the tithes and rectory of Stanton Harcourt to Peter Pory Both parts and power of attorney

to deliver seisin

15 June

40

Eliz.

3 Aug.

43 Eliz. 26 Oct. 27 Oct.

6.

Sui-render by Peter Pory of his lease dated 14 June,

7.

Power of attorney

43

8.

Lease of the tithes and rectory of Stanton Harcourt to

Eliz.

43

Eliz.

9.

29 Oct.

Eliz.

to receive Pory's lease

Christopher Hovenden, of the Middle

28 Oct.

40

Temple

Lease by Christopher Hovenden of the tithes and rectory of Stanton Harcourt to William and Robert Albany of

London Lease by the College of the rectory of Stanton Harcourt to Christopher Hovenden

4 Jac. I. 27 Oct.

10.

6 Jac. I. 8 Oct.

11.

8 Jac. I. 16 Oct.

12.

Of the

13.

Of the

14.

Of the rectory of Stanton Harcourt Wickham, Ratcliffe, and Meyricke

15.

Of the rectory of Stanton Harcourt to Geo. Hovenden, Wickham, Ratcliffe, and Meyricke Both parts and bond

16.

Of the Parson's Wood

17.

Of the

18.

Of the

1

3 Jac.

I.

Of the rectory of Stanton Harcourt

I.

22 Oct.

22 Jac. I. 30 April 2 Car. 1

I.

5 Car. L 29 Oct. 7 Car.

'

rectory of Stanton Harcourt to Christopher

Hovenden

to George Hovenden,

Bond

William Fisher

to

enclosed

Nov.

3 Car. I. 29 Oct.

4

Hovenden

rectory of Stanton Harcourt to George Hovenden, prebendary of Canterbury, Wm. Wickham, of Cowley, Maurice Meyricke, of Blayden, and Geo. Ratcliffe, of Gray's Inn Both parts, bond, and license to let

14 Oct.

17 Jac.

to Christopher

I.

rectory of Stanton Harcourt to Robt. Hoveden, of Abbington, Berks With license to let

rectory of Stanton Harcourt to Robt.

Hoveden

Bond and 19.

May

Of the Parson's Wood yeoman

at Stanton Harcourt to

license to

let

John Phipps,

Bond

enclosed

21 Car. II. 20. Of the parsonage house of Stanton Harcourt, with land and tithes, to Robt. Huntington, esq. 29 Oct. 1727. 9 Nov.

21.

1775.

22.

to

1785.

Parson's

Wood

in Stanton Harcourt to Thos. Foster, of

Edward Ernie

to let the parsonage

of Stanton Harcoiu-t 24. Lease of Parson's

Wood

Watts, of Ensham

26 April

24 Oct.

of Stanton Harcourt with the tithes Gibbons, M.D., and Elizabeth his wife

23. License to the Rev. Sir

30 Oct. 1782.

Of

Wm.

South Leigh

25 April 1781.

Of the parsonage house

25.

Of the parsonage

in Stanton

Harcourt to

Edmund

Both parts and license

of Stanton Harcourt to

John Aructt

to let

WEDON 26. Lease of Parson's

1789. 10 April 1792.

Wood

to

237

Edmund

27.

Of the Parsonage House, Parson's Mary Arnett, widow

28.

Of the Parsonage House, &c.,

20 Oct. 1799.

PINKNEY.

to

Watts, of Close,

Ensham

and other land to With license to let

William Arnatt, of Stanton

Harcourt

12 Oct. 1803. 29 April

29.

Of Parson's Wood widow

1806.

30.

Of the Parsonage House,

31.

Of Parson's Wood

32.

Of the Parsonage House,

&c., to

33.

Of the Parson's Wood

Kachel Smith

to

Eachael Smith, of Handborough, &c., to

20 Oct. 1810.

William Arnatt, yeoman Both parts

to Eachael Smith, of

Handborough

11 April

1813. 2 Nov. 817.

to

William Arnatt Both parts

30 April

WEDON PINKNEY. '

24

& 29 Edw.

I. 1.

13 Aug.

cabtj^ be manebio de wedon pinkenye et alus tenementis ibidem et in weston:

spegiales

Inspeximus dated 13 Aug., 39 Eliz., of an inquisition held at Weedon, 16 Oct., 24 Edw. I., and of a grant of the manor by Henry de Pinckney to the king, 4 Sept., 29

Edw. Edw.

I.

2.

Exemplification, dated 24 Nov., 42 Eliz., of a grant of the custody of the manor of Retheresfelde, Oxon, by Edward II., to Thos. Wale, in part payment for a wood near Wappenham, 7 Sept., 6 Edw. II.

12 Ric. II. 5 Oct.

3.

Release of a messuage in Wedon by Wm., son of Robt. Wauncy, of Ostwelle, to Ric. Wariner, of Weston

9 Hen. IV.

4.

Lease of a cottage and garden in Weston by Ralph and

6

II.

7 Sept.

25 April

Cristiana

Warryner

to

Agnes Warryner

13 Hen. IV. 1 9 Nov.

5.

Release of a messuage in Weston by John Marchall, smith, heir of Robt. Marshall, to Thos. Whirgh

13 Hen. IV. 28 May

6.

Grant of a messuage in Weston by John Marschall to Thos.

Hen. V. 20 July

7.

Grant of the same messuage by Thos. Wright to Ralph

Hen. VI. 30 April

8.

1

11

Wryglite

Warnere Grant of the reversion of tenements in Weston by John Waryner, chaplain, and Hen. Warde. of Atueston, to Wm., son of John Smyth, and Agues, daughter of Ralph Warner

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

238

Hen. VI. 27 June

1 1

9.

Grrant of tenements in Weston by John Waryner, chaplain, and Henry Warde, of Atueston, to Christiana Ingelonde,

widow of Ealph Waryner Hen. VI.

18 Hen. VI. 1

3

by Henry VI. of the rent of Wedon, due from Wm, Staunton, who has surrendered the manor to the king, that it may be gi-anted to All Souls' College

10. Eelease

11.

Grant by Henry VI. to Ric. Andi-ewes, warden, and the College of All Souls, of the manor of Wedon and Weston, alias the manor of Wedon Pinkeney, alias the priory of Wedon Pinkeney, which came to the king on the death of Joan, late queen of England

12.

Grant by Henry VI. of the manor of

March



the priory of

Wedon Pynkeney

Wedon Pynkeney and

to All Souls' College

by Thos. Wright, of Wodezende, BlakesWm. and Agnes Smyth

24 Hen. VI. 24 April

13. Letters of attorney

33 Hen. VI. 3 Feb.

14.



15.

Grant by Eic. and Cristiana Ingelond of their rights Weston, to Wm. and Agnes Smyth, of Muscote Power of attorney to deliver seisin

18 Edw. IV.

16.

Grant by

1

ley, to deliver seisin of lands to

Wm.

Weston to

Oct.

in

and Agnes Smyth of their tenement in and Elizabeth his wife, daughter

their son John,

of Giles Syllesey

5 Hen. VIII. 11 Sept.

17.

Weston and other tenements by Thos. and Agnes Knighte, daughter of John Smyth, to Edmund Haselwoode

Sale of Staretons in

6 Hen. VIII. 18. Sale of lands in

20 June

Edmund 6 Hen. VIII. 19. Recovery

10 Nov.

Wappenham, Northamptonshire, by Thos.

and Agnes Knighte,

to Dr. Broke, warden of All Souls', Haselwood, and John Godfrey

of lands

in

Weston, Midelthorp, Wedon, and &c., from Thos. and Agnes

Wappenham, by Dr. Broke, Knighte

8 Hen. VIII. 20. Eeceipt by Edmund Haselwode of 9/. for a messuage and lands in Wedon 24 Oct. thorp

10.s.,

part of 17^. due

Weston and Middel-

9 Hen. VIII. 21. Sale by Edmund Haselwood to Dr. Broke of his lands in Wedon Weston and Medelthorp 23 Oct. 9 Hen. VIII. 22. Grant by Edmund Haselwode to Warden Broke of messuages in Weston and Wappenham, and lands in JMiddelthorp 7 April

10 Hen. VIII. 23. Grant by Warden Broke, Thos. Payne, and others, to Edw. Wotton, Eic, Mugge, and others, of the lands recovered 1 May from Thos. and Agnes Knight, except one toft

WEDON PINKNEY.

239

'VABI^ CABTJ^ ET DIMISSIONES BE TEBBIS ET TENEMENTIS IN WEDON PINKENYE ET WESTON: 17 Edw. 6

1

I.

24.

May

Grant by Matbew le Marescbal, of Wappenham, to Gilbert, bailiff of Jobn de Wbygbam in Weston, of a bouse and curtilage

4 Hen. IV. 2 Feb.

25.

Grant of a messuage in Weston by Robt. Barfoot to John and Joan Addekyns

Hen. VI. 26. Grant of a house and land in Weston by John and Joan Adekenes to their son William and his wife Isabella 30 Sept. 20 Hen. VI. 27. Grant of a messuage and land in Weston by Robt. Wylkyns to Wm. Chery, of Plompton 28 June 30 Hen. VI. 28. Power of attorney by Wm. Chery to deliver seisin of a messuage in Weston to Robt. Wilkyns 4 June 1

3

37 Hen. VI.

29.

Grant by Robt. Wilkyns of the easement against his mounde '

wall,' to

12 Oct,

Robt. Jeffys,

who has a

'seler

'

the wall 5 Edw. IV. 3 Nov.



1

standing against Both parts

30. Grant of land in Weston by Aloysia West, West, and Ric. Barfot, to Thos. Wilkyns 31.

17 Edw. IV. 10 Feb.

32.

2 Ric. III. 1 6 Nov.

33.

Power of attorney to deliver seisin Grant of a messuage in Weston by Wylkyns, son of Robt. Wilkyns

Wm.

widow of

Wm.

Chery to Thos.

Grant of a messuage and land in Weston by John Adkyns to Wm. Adkyns and Thos. Wylkyns

[Hen. VII.] 34. Quittance to the warden of All Souls' for the rent of and Weston 26 Dec.

Wedon

24 Hen. VIII. 35. Bond of Henry V/ilkyns, to grant a mill and four acres to 23 April Jas. Lawe 8 Eliz.

36. Lease of land

in

"Weeden Pinckeney by

Watts

to

by Robt. Wilkyns of a messuage and lands in Wedon and Weston to John Astill Bond enclosed

16 Eliz.' 25 July

37. Sale

16 Eliz.

38. Sale of tenements in

1

Wm.

Pinchpoole Lovett

8 Sept.

Sept.

to

Weston and Wedon by Robt. Wilkyns

John Astyll

18 Eliz. 3 Sept.

39. Lease of the Hulles in

28 Eliz.

40.

Weedon Pinckeney by Pinchpoole

Lovett to William Watts, of Blakesley

1

'

Astill's lease

made

Weedon, now

2 Nov.

to

Smalebone of a tenement and land in by Astill

sold to the College

Sale of tenements in

Weston and Wedon Pinkeyny by John With bond

29 Eliz. 26 Jan.

41.

29 Eliz.

42. Fine for the transference of the above property

Astill to All Souls' College

Two

copies

Easter

32 Eliz. 6

June

43.

Grant by Margery Petiver, of Weston, to her son James, of all her property in Weedon and Weston

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

240

'

1

8

Edw.

II.

44.

Nine copies of documents concerning Wedon from Hen. to Edw. IIL

45.

Extent of the priory of Wedon, Northamptonshire

III.

Dec.

1

Edw. IV.

7

BENTALES TEBBARUM ET ALIA SCBIPTA BE TENEMENTIS IN WEDON ET WESTON.'

46. Eeceipt

10 July

of the

157i

47.

by Alan Boleyn, under-sheriff of Northants, of dues manor of Wedon Pinkney

Copy

Will of Eichard Ward, of Weston

18 March 1

48. Rental of

580.

1587. Jac.

I.

Wedon

49.

Copy of part

60.

A

'A

of a rental of

note of waste lands at

Breviate, inter Coll. et Bull deft.' Trespass at Wappenham Three other papers on the same affair

Jac.

I.

51.

2 Jac.

I.

52. Exemplification

1

Wappenham,

23 Jan. 53.

Wedon

Weedon and Weston Animarum Oxon. pet.

of a verdict for trespass

Wm.

against

Bull,

late

of

on the College's land there

Bundle of papers concerning a suit between the College and John Astell, who lays claim to the Forge House in Wedon Eleven papers with the depositions of witnesses ;

54.

2 Jac. I. 23 Jan.

suit of the College against

55. Exemplification of a verdict against

John

Astill for trespass

on the lands of Henry Howse at Wedon, 40 Eliz. 56.

15 Jac.

Bundle of papers relating to the John Astell

Knight

v.

Myles.

Trespass at

Wappenham

Four papers

verdict in favour of John Myles, sen., and John Myles, jun., of Wapponliam, for trespass on the lands of Thos. Knighte at Abtborpe, 14 Jac. I.

I.

57. Exemplification of a

I.

58.

Weedon Weston. A plea for the discharge of 22s. 6d. per annum for Castell Griiarde due to Windsor, with Mr.

17th cent.

59.

A

1

May

18 Jac.

With enclosure

Attorney's confession

bundle of

six papers

concerning the

Wappenham Wild Humphrey Elmes

60. Reply of

Souls' concerning

1666. 1

1719. 1 748. 21 April

of the College to

to the bill of the

warden of All

^^'appenham Woods

complaint of Theophilus Hart, Sir Lathiel Lovell, and others against the College, concerning lands at Wappenliam

61. Bill of

8 Feb.

23 April

title

Appointment of John Cockerell, of Wappenham, bailiff of the manor of Weston and Weedon Draft 63. Inhabitants of Weston Wedon Four lists of various dates 62.

WEDON 1769.

64.

'A

fee

mad

PINKNEY.

241

boock for Wedon Wood and Weson Bushes yn 1769 by mee Eicherd Besley '

common

Wedon and Weston

1771.

65. Bill for enclosing the

1775.

66. Bundle of 10 receipts from Nov. 26, 1774, to Nov. 1, 1775, by Eic. Beesly, for the poor's levy, church levy, land tax, highway levy, constable levy, and for hedging and ditching

in

at

Wappenham Woods

an indenture concerning a lease of a house at Ibston by Merton College to W. Wilmott

67. Draft of

68.

Wedon memoranda about Wappenham

Eight memoranda concerning evidences of

69. Eight papers with various

LETTERS. [1534-6] 16 July

70. Thos. Cromwell to the Warden and Fellows of All Souls' :— Eequests them to grant a new lease of Wedon Pinkney and Weston to Edmund Hasselwood. The Eolls

P. 1664.

71.

28 Feb.

Signed.

1.

Add. Endd,



Mr. Hart wishes to to Warden Meredith: keep his lease of Wappenham in spite of the College. Has put him in Chancery. He has taken Elmes' goods on ' It is a harder tugge now for pretence of an execution. me with this knave than when I was sequestered for my Hoi. p. I. Add. London. fidelity to my Soveraigne.'

Humfrey Elmes

Edward Wills

Warden

Niblett:

1742. 27 April

72.

1742-3. 14 March

73.

1744.

74.

John

75.

William King to Niblett on John Miller's ground

to

— An account of the waste

committed by the College tenants at Weston. Wedon P. 1. Add. Weston

M. Hiccocks

to

Warden

in a barn at Weston.

12 Nov.



Niblett : Asks him to order repairs P. 1. Add. Stratton Audley



Ellis to All Souls' College Disputes their claim for a chief rent for a house which he has purchased of one Gibbs. :

Moreton Pinkney

P.

1.

Add.

1744-5. 19 March

76.

1746. 29 March

77.

1746.

78.

— Sends an account of the timber Add. Pp. William King to the bursar — Mr. Mobes has cut down belonging Add. the College. Wappenham P. M. Hiccocks to Niblett: — Asks timber Gay ton Add. P. Nathaniel Kent to Niblett — Asks repairs timber

79.

Wm.

1744.

13 Nov.

:

1.

for

1746.

repairs.

for

1.

:

for

for

P.

25 Nov. 9 Dec.

trees

to

8 April

1746.

2.

:

80.

1.

Add.

King to Niblett :— His brother has caught Thos. Colman and others cutting furze on the College land P. 1 King to Niblett: One of the trespassers has promised to pay P. 1. Add.



ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

242

1

746.

81.

—Has

not encouraged John Does not think the College has any right to break up the commoners' ground.

Robert Cockerill to Niblett

Eromar

16 Dec.

:

to stock roots in the Wild.

Wappenham 1746. 24 Dec.

P.

82. Niblett to Cockerill

:

Two

to cut thorns, &c.

1746-7. 6 Jan.

Copy

84. Charles



Advises an action at law against preference to a prosecution at the

Gibbs to Niblett:

the trespassers

in

P.

85. Chas.

1746-7. 2 Feb.

86.

1746-7. 10 Feb.

87.

Add.



Robert



Cockerill to Niblett: Explains his conduct about the trespasser, and complains of the conduct

Wm. Broomer, of Wm. King King

to Niblett

:—Most

of the

to trespass

P. 1. Add. commoners have promised not P. 1. Add.



Advises the College to bring an action of trespass to stop the encroachments at Wappenham.

88. Blackstone to Niblett

:

Temple 10 March

1.

Gibbs to Niblett: The trespassers have submitted, but the offence has since been repeated. Towcester P. 1. Add.

1746-7. 27 Jan.

9 Feb.

copies

of the verdict referred to

sessions

1

Add.

which shows the right of the College

for trespass, 1 Jac. I.,

83.

1.

— Sends a copy of a verdict in an action

Fp.

2.

Add.



Gibbs to Niblett Has served the trespassers with writs. They seem much frighted P. 1. Add.

89. Chas.

:

90. Copy of a curious letter from the trespassers to their lawyer

P.

1



1747. 21 April

91.

The

1747.

92.

Acknowledgment of the

93.

John Wills

Believe in their to All Souls' College: ancient right to cut furze, fern, and thorns. Accuse King of waste P. 1. Add. trespassers

Ten signatures

trespassers

24 April 1747.

15

May

1747.

Kent to Niblett: of part of her land

1747. 3 June

95. Thos.

1747. 11 July

96.

1747.

97.

1747.

29 Dec. 1747-8. 14 Jan.

:

94. Elizabeth

May

25 Aug.



to Niblett Asks for directions about the orders of the court. Millthrop Fp. 2. Add.

Wood

to [Niblett]

:— Sends

— Comments upon the orders of the Fp. 4 Niblett: — Complains about the mistakes of :

to

the steward at the last court. Millthrop

Thomas

99. Geo.

Wishes

for another court.

Fp.

2.

to Niblett

:

Add.

— Concerning a license of alienation Add. Helmdon P. — On the same subject. Helmdon

to Niblett:

John Miller of Wappenham.

Thomas

2

Millthrop

last court.

for

a copy of an order of the

Fp.

John Wills to [Niblett]

98. Geo.

of being deprived Tivo sheets. Add.

Temple

last court.

John Wills

— Complains

1.

WEDON PINKNEY. 1747-8. 100. William King to Niblett cut do^vn certain trees 15 March

1747-8.

—Miller

has sold his land. Has P. 1. Add.



Complains of certain grievances, and to Niblett Millthrop Pp. 2. Add. wishes another court to be held.

101.

John Wills

102.

King

21 March

1747-8. 24 March

:

243

:

to Niblett: Colleae land

—John Miller has

cut down a tree on the

P.

1.

Add.

*BOTULI CUEIABUM MANEBII BE EABEM PINKENYE: 1.

2.

IV.— 33 Hen. VIII. 29 Hen. VIII.— 38 Hen. VIII.

21 Edw.

3. 1

Edw. VI.— 4

&

5 Phil.

1-26

5.

6 Eliz.

6.

1580-1587

Eliz.

Stitched together. Mutilated Stitched together

Weedon and Padbury

Mutilated

A

7.

1592.

34

8.

1593.

35 Eliz.

9.

36

paper

Eliz.

Eliz.

10.

Extract from the preceding

11.

37 Eliz.

12.

38 Eliz.

13.

39 Eliz.

14.

40

Wedon and

Salford

Eliz.

15.

41 Eliz.

16.

42

Eliz.

17.

43

Eliz.

18.

44

Eliz.

19.

1

Jac. I.

20. 2 Jac.

I.

3 Jac.

I.

22. 4 Jac.

I.

23. 5 Jac.

I.

21.

Paper

& Mary

Paper. 4.

Tiuo copies

24. 6 Jac. I.

25. 7 Jac. I. 26. 8 Jac.

I.

27. 9 Jac.

I.

28.

10 Jac.

I.

29.

13 Jac.

I.

30. 14-18 Jac. 31.

19 Jac.

Weedon, Padbury, and Salford I.

I.

H 2

hook.

Mutilated

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

244 32.

Minutes of court

30

rolls.

Eliz. to

22 Jac.

33.





1625

34.





1662 to 1722

35. Orders

made at

to

I.

1641

the courts of Weston and

Wedon. 1679-1718 Seven papers

LEASES. 1

Edw. IV.

3

1.

30 Sept.

Lease by All Souls' College of the manor of Wedon Pynkeney, alias Wedon and Weston, to Eic. Harowedon of Estueston for 17 years at a rent of 15^.

2.

Draft of the preceding, corrected from a previous lease to John Leylond, dated 30 Sept., 5 Edw. IV.

8 Hen. VIII. 2 Sept.

3.

Lease of the manor of

33 Hen. VIII. 30 Dec.

4.

&4 1

4

4

&

«&

&

Lease of Wasshill Close, alias Church Close, Eyland Close, Morles Close, and other land in Wedon, to Thos. Wattes, of Blakesley Bond enclosed

7.

Of land in Wyndemyln piece and elsewhere Weston to John Bull



8.

Of land



9.

Of land

M.

5 P. & M. 5 Nov.

5 P. & 6 Nov.

M.

10.

11.

&

5 P. M. 12. 11 Nov. 13.

Of Bulles tenement

5 P.

& M.



Of land

in

Of Cherys

Of land

18.

Wedon

to Geo. Tayllour

Marley Furlonge, Wedon, to Thomas Warke-

Wyndemyll piece, Lukyns, and to James Lawe Woodwell, Wedon, to Eichard Paynter Wedon to William HocnoU lande, the

in in

other

Wedon

in Marly Furlong and land near Wodewell Heye and Boywell Leys to Eichard Eychardes

Of a

'

mese

Leyes, and

10 Eli/. 18 Feb.

in

Close,

worse

16.

17.

Wedon and

Of land in Long and Small Pathe Furlongs andMavell Hockes in Wedon, to William Hall

Of land Of land

13 Nov.

in

in Longfurlong, land abutting on the Great and land in Eoulers Leys, to Patricke Petyver

15.

14.

„ „

of the tenement in

in Smallpathe furlong, and a medow called Wodwell Hey, in Wedon and Weston, to John Hynton

pieces of land in

&

Wapnam,

6.

P. & Feb.



4

to Leonard Chamberleyne, 20 years at a rent of 19^. 15s. Both parts

Lease to John Wharton, of which he resides

„ 4

Of Wedon Pynkeney and Weston of Wodestocke, for

10 Nov. 3

to

5.

Edw. VI.

5

Wedon Pynkeney and Weston

Edm. Hasylwode

'

Dayes, land in Golthorne, Boywell Corner in Wedon, to William Peren

called

Home

Of a mese and land

in Lease

Weadon

to Harrie

Adkyns

WED ON PINKNEY.

245

10 Eliz. 10 July

19.

Lease of Wasshill Close, Eyland Close, Morles Close, Longe Meade, and Fower Home, with herbage for 1 00 sheep in Wedon, to Thos. Wattes of Blacksleye, and Amphillis his Bond enclosed wife

10 Eliz. 24 July

20.

Of a meadow Dixon

11 Eliz.

21.

Of Cherise

12

May

lande, Luckyns,

Wedon,

to

Edmond

and other land in Wedon, to John

Astyll

by Thos. Wattes of

11 Eliz. 1 9 Jan.

22. Surrender

11 Eliz.

23. Lease of Bulles

27

called Fisher's Lake, in

his lease dated 10, July 10

Eliz.

tenement in

Wedon

to

George Taylor

May

Wm.

11 Eliz. 26 Oct.

24.

Of Wasshill

11 Eliz.

25.

Of land in Long Furlonge,

Of a mese called Dayes, and land to William Peren Of land in Marley Furlong, Woodwell Heye, and Boywell

1

Close, &c., to

Wattes, of Blackesley

William Halle, husbandman

&c., to

Nov. j>

26.

j>

27.

jj

28.

j>

29.

»j

30.

Lease to Eichard Eichardes

14 Eliz. 16 July

34.

Of land in Small Path Furlong to John Hington Of land in Long Furlong and elsewhere to Patrick Petiver Of land in Marley Furlong to Thos. Warkeworse Of Windmill piece and other land to John Bull Of land in Wodewell to Eichard Paynter Of land in the South Field, the Lord's Acre, and elsewhere to Eichard Bay ley Of a tenement in Wapnam to John Warton, husbandman

»

35.

Bond

j>

» 5>

31.

32. 33.

of

John Warton, of Wapnam, to

suffer his

Agnes, to enjoy one half of a tenement in he holds of the College 16 Eliz. 24 Nov.

36. Lease of housing

16 Eliz. 7 Nov.

37.

Of land called Clarkes Musette George Tayler

»

38.

Of Day Close

mother, which

Wapnam

and buildings in Wedon and Weston to George Smith, M.A.

in

in

Weedon and Weston

Wedon and Weston to Bond enclosed to

John

Astyll

Bond 18 Eliz. 28 Oct.

39.

Of

21 Eliz. 3 Jan.

40.

Of land

28 Eliz. 8 Nov.

41.

Of Cherris Land and other land

28 Eliz. 10 Nov.

42.

Of Bulles tenement

Castle Hill, joining the church at in

Long Furlong,

to

Wedon,

to

&c., to Eichard Hall, of

in

Wedon

George Tailor

to

enclosed

John White Mylthropp

John Astyll

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

246

28 Eliz. 10 Nov.

43. Lease of land at

44.



Marley

P^irlong-

and elsewhere to Eichard

Ricbardes

Of land

Long Furlong and

at

Rollers

Leaz to Margery

Petiver



45.

Of land



46.



47.

Of land at Small Path Furlong and Woodwell Hay Hinton Of land in Marley Furlong to Thos. Warkeworse



48.

Of land

at

Long Furlong,

widow of Richard

49. Of.Dayes, land in



widow

of

Wm.

Balife

Perin

Of Windmill Piece and other lands

50.

29 Eliz. 19 Nov.

5L Of

29 Eliz. 12 July

52.

Of Washill

29 Eliz. 13 Nov.

53.

Of laud

30

54.

Of Washill

55.

Of Dare Close and Clarkes Musett

Eliz.

John

Golde Thome, Bywell Leaz, &c., to Agnes,

28 Eliz. 13 Nov.

Fisher's

to

South Field, the Lord's Acre, Cox Leaz, &c.,

in the

to Jane,

&c., to Richard Hall

Lake and land

to

John Bull

in the South Field, to

Edmund

Dixon, of Blakesley Close, &c., to

in Leas

Wedon

Close to

William Wattes, of Blakesley

Henry Atkins, yeoman

to

Wm.

Wattes

4 Dec.

34

Eliz.

May

8

35 Eliz. 24 Oct.

56.

Of a messuage

in

Wedon

35 Eliz. 29 Oct.

57.

Of a tenement

in

Wapnam

36

68.

Of a tenement

in

Weston

59.

Of the town

Eliz.

to

William Awbrey, of

London, D.C.L. to Pinchepoll Lovett, of

to

to

Weston

John Warton

Raphe

Pigott, of Grray's Inn

8 Jan.

38

Eliz.

11 Sept.

1

Temple Of the tenement surrendered by William Awbrey to Henry House 6L Surrender by Henry House of tenements in Wedon Pinkney

60.



40

Eliz.

and Weston,

Aug.

40

lands, or stray lands, and other lands wrongfully detained from the College, to Thos. Carter, of the Middle

Eliz.

late in possession of

John Astyll and others

62. Lease of the same tenements to Henry House

5 Aug. 4Eli/.

John Taylor

63.

Of

64.

Of Windmill Piece and land

65.

Of land

Bull's

tenement

to

10 Dec. 1

Jac.

I.

in

South Field to Henry Bull

30 April in Nortli

and South Fields to Ricluird Hall

WEDON PINKNEY. Jac.

1

I.

66. Lease of Lord's Acre,

Cox Leaz,

2-17

&c., to Thos. Bayliff

30 April 67.

jj

Of land

Small Path Furlong and Wodwell

in

Hay

to

John

Eussell 68.

Of Cherry Land, Windmill Piece, and Luckinges, to Thos. Bond enclosed Carter, of the Middle Temple

69.

Of the land

70.

Of land

71.

Of Dayes,

72.

Of land in Merley Furlong

73.

Of the messuage held by John Astell to Henry Howse With poiver of attorney to deliver seisin

3 Jac. I. 27 March

74.

Of Dare's Close and Clarkes Musett

3 Jac. I. 2 April

75.

Of land

3 Jac. I. 30 April

76.

Of a cottage

55

77.

Of

55

78.

Of a cottage

Jac.

1

1

I.

Oct.

2 Jac.

I.

late held

by Agnes Adkins to Martin Sheene

28 March j>

2 Jac. 1

I.

Marley Furlong to Henry Kichards

in

&c., to

Henry Perin

April J5

2 Jac.

I.

23 July

to

Kichard Werckwoorse

Long Furlong and

in

Henry Howse

Rollers Leaze

to

Thomas

Willes to Eobert Willis

a cottage to

John Knight

3 Jac. I. 6 Aug.

79.

to Thomas Hall Of the messuage in occupation to Robert Freeman

4 Jac. I. 28 Nov.

80.

Of a messuage

Both, 'parts

in

and

Wapnam

to

of

John

Astell

the College^

(Ward House)

power of attorney

John Wharton Both parts and bond

8L Of

Fisher's Lake and other land to Prudence and Christian Jones, of Leichborowe

55

5 Jac. I. 9 April 55

82.

Of Dayes,

83.

Of land

&c., to

84.

Of land

in

55

85.

Of land

in

Marley Furlong to Richard Warcoust Marley Furlong, Woodwell's Haye, and Boywelles

Leaze, to

L

86.

Henry Perin

in Long and Small Path Furlongs and Manwell Hookes, &c., to Richard Hall, of Millthrop

5y

7 Jac.

to

Henry Richardes

Of tenement and land

20 April

Astill, to

called Willkines, late held

by John

Martin Sheene

55

87.

Of

55

88.

Of land in South Bay life

tenement to John Taylor

Bull's

55

89.

Of Windmill

55

90.

Of land

Piece, &c., to

in Small

^'-^ssell

Field, Lord's Acre,

and Cox Leaz

to Tlios.

Henry Bull

Path Furlong and Woodwell Hay to John Both parts and bond

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

248 8 Jac, I. 13 Oct.

91.

Lease of Loz Weedon, Washill Close, &c., to Sir GTeorge Paule, of Water Lambeth, and Eichard Bancroft, of Willesden

Both parts and

lessees'

bond and

license to let enclosed

Of Wylkyns, Cherry Lande, Lewkins, Windmill Piece, and

9 Jac. I. 8 Oct.

92.

9 Jac. I. 9 Oct.

93.

Of Ward House, Day and Dare Close, and other land late held by John Astill to Eobt. Freeman With power of attorney to deliver seisin

10 Jac. L 28 Oct.

94.

Of Dares Close and Clarkes Musett

Jac.

95.

Of Wilkins,

1

I.

other land to Thos. Carter

&c., to

of Rowington, WarwickBoth parts and license to let

12 Jac. L 8 Nov.

96.

Power of attorney to Robert Freeman

5 Jac. I. 5 Oct.

97.

Lease of a cottage to John Knight

98.

Of Dares Close and Clarkes Musett

99.

Of land in Long Furlong and widow

1

15 Jac.

I.

Henry House

Thomas Betham,

shire

11 Oct.

to

deliver seisin of

Ward House,

to Richard

&c., to

Howse

5 Nov.

100.

Rollers Leaze to Cecily Willis,

Both parts

Of land

in Small Path Furlong and Russell

Woodwell Hay

to

John

of land in North and South Fields, and Manwell Hookes, &c., to Richard and William Hall, of Millthrop

101. Lease

102. 103.

104.

Of land in Marley Furlong to Richard Warkhouse Of land in Marley Furlong, &c., to William Clarke Of Fisher's Lake, &c., to Prudence and Christian Jones,

of

Lichborough 105.

Of Dayes,

106.

Of land in the Lord's Acre, Cox Leaze and Millthrop to Thomas Bayley Both parts

107.

Of Windmill Piece, &c., to Henry Bull Of a cottage to Thomas Hall

108.

&c., to

Henry Perrhin

110.

Of a cottage to Nicholas Willis Of Bull's tenement in Weedon Weston

111.

Of land

112.

Of a messuage and a half yardland Allen, husbandman

22 Jac. I. 28 Oct.

113.

Of land in the South to John Willes

Car.

114.

Of Dares Close and Clarkes Musett,

109.

17 Jac.

I.

in

Woodwell Hay

to

to

John Taylor

John Wills

26 Oct.

20 Jac.

I.

28 Oct.

1

I.

24 Nov.

Wapnam to Watts Both parts and bond

in

Field, the Lord's Acre,

to Richard

and elsewhere,

Howse

Bond

enclosed

WEDON PINKNEY. 1

Car.

I.

115.

6 Dec. 116.



249

Lease of land in the North Field, Long Furlong, and elsewhere, to Eic. and Wm. Hall, of Milthrop Bond enclosed

Of Windmill Piece and other land

to

Henry Bull Both parts and bond



117.

Of land



118.

Of land

Warkhouse Both parts and bond Marley Furlong, Woodwell Hay, and Boywell's

Marley Furlong

in

in

Leaze, to

Wm.

to Kic.

Bo7id enclosed

Clarke

Of a cottage near Westhill Close

John Knyght

to



119.



120. Of land in Small Path Furlong and Woodwell

Hay to John Bond enclosed

Wills 121.



Of land

in Dayes, Gouldthorne, Bywell Leaze, &c., to

Bond

Perryn

tenement to John Tayler, husbandman



122.

Of



123.

Of a meadow



124.

Of a tenement and a Myles, husbandman

Bull's

called Fisher's Lake, and other land in the South Field, to Prudence Jones, of Lichborough, and Christian Hall, her daughter Bond enclosed

half yardland

in

Wapnam Bond

125. License to Sir

3 Car. I. 29 Oct.

126. Lease of Wilkins, Cherrie

4 Car.

John

127.

Land, Lewkins, Windmill Piece, and other lands to John Wills Both paints

Of Wilkins, Cherrie Landes,

&c., to

William Losse

Bond

31 Oct.

5 Car. L 31 Oct.

to

enclosed

George Paule, of Water Lambeth, and Eichard Bancroft, of Willesden, to let Wasshill Close, Church Close, and other land held of the College

2 Car. I. 12 Oct.

I.

Henry

enclosed

enclosed

128.

Of Windmill Piece and other land

129.

Of Washill Close and other lands

130.

Of

I.

131.

Of Dares Close and Clarkes Musett in Weedon Weston to Eichard Howse, yeoman Bond enclosed

15 Car. I. 31 Oct.

132.

Of Dares yeoman

7 Car. I. 29 Oct.

133.

Of Wilkins, Cherrie Lands,

1656. 4 Dec.

134.

Of the Great Frith and other land

1668.

135.

Of land in Long Furlong, land abutting on the Great and Eollars Leaze, to John West, tailor

136.

Of Dares Close and Clarkes Musetts

10 Car.

I.

Henry and Thos. Bull

Bond to Sir

Bull's

license to let

tenement to Geo. Tayler, husbandman

Bond 10 Car. 3 Oct.

1

1693. 14 Nov.

Close

and Clarkes Musett to

Humphrey Elmes,

24 Oct.

enclosed

George Paul and

Bond and

Eichard Bancroft

21 April



to

Eichard Howse,

Bond &c., to

enclosed

enclosed

William Losse, clerk

of Kingsbury

in

Wappenham, to Copy

to Thos. Wills

Close,

ARCHIVES OF ALL. SOULS' COLLEGE.

250

1700.

137.

Lease of Dares Close and Clarkes Musetts to Thos. Wills

138.

Of Windmill Piece and other land

139.

Of land

4 Nov. 1706.

Thomas Kening

to

19 Oct. 1718. 1 1

in Grouldthorne, Rewell Leaze,

Home

Corner, and the Bond enclosed

North Field, to Robert Grey

Nov.

Of a tenement and land

Marley Furlong

Edw. Wills

1726. Nov.

140.

1770. 17 Oct.

141.

1770. 18 Oct.

142.

Of

1772. 14 Oct.

143.

Of a cottage

in

1777.

144.

Of a cottage

in



145.

Of a cottage

in



146.

Of a cottage

Wedon Pinkney to John Ewick Both parts in Wedon Pinkney to John Humphrey



147.

Of a cottage

in

Wedon Pinkney

to

Both parts V/m. Lambard Both parts



148.

Of

a cottage in

Wedon Pinkney

to

Wm.



149.

Of a cottage in Wedon Pinkney Wm. Matthews



150.

Of a cottage

in

Wedon Pinkney

to



151.

Of a cottage

in

Wedon Pinkney

to



152.

Of a cottage

called



153.

Of a cottage

in

Wedon Pinkney

to Elizabeth



154.

Of a cottage

in

Wedon Pinkney

to



155.

Of a cottage in Wedon Pinkney to James Wills Both parts Of an enclosure on Wappenham Wild to John Atkins and John Fearns Of Bull's tenement in Weedon Weston to George Thomas, of

in

to

Mutilated

7

Of Windmill Piece and other land

in

Wedon Weston to Wm.

Wills

Wedon Pinkney

a cottage in

to

John Morris

Wedon Pinkney

to

James East

Wedon Pinkney

to

James Blincow Both 'parts

15 April

'

The Crown

'

to

Thos.

Mayo

Both parts John IMobbs, sen., and Both parts

John Robbince Both parts John Smith Mutilated. Both parts

in

Weston

to

Wm. Tew

Tucker Both parts

John Warwick Both parts

1778. 16 April

156.

1778.

157.

1

Erackley

3 Oct.



158.

Of land

in the

ney, to

1782.

22 Oct. „

Long Furlong, and elsewhere

in

Wedon

Pink-

George Thomas

Of Wedon Coppice to David Middleton, Surgeon Serjeant, and Steven Beckingham, of Bourne Place 160. Of Washill and Ry lands Closes, in Weedon, to Middleton and Beckingham 159.

WEDON PINKNEY. 1783.

161.

Lease of a cottage in

251

Weedon Weston

to

George Whitton

23 Oct. 1785.

162.

Of Wilkins, Cherry Lands, Windmill Piece, and other land

24 Oct.

to

Ann

Treadwell, of Bodicoat



163.

Of land in Windmill Piece and the South Field to the Eev. Both parts Edw. Harriott



164.

Of a tenement and land

and Coxes Leys to Both parts

in the Lords Acre

Mary Wills „

165.

Of



166.

Of land

Bull's

tenement and land to

Greo.

Thomas, of Brackley Both parts

Long Furlong Moor, Small Batch Furlong, and Weedon Pinkney, to Greo. Thomas, of

in

elsewhere in

Brackley „

167.

Of a messuage and land in Wappenham of





168.

169.

to

Of land

in the Great Close, Leaze, to Benjamin Wills

Of Dares

Long Furlong, and

170.



171.

John and Thomas Both parts

Close and Clarkes Musetts to

Of land in Marls Furlong, and elsewhere to John Parish

Of land

in

Weston, to „ 1786.

172.

Roller's

Both parts

Bleek „

George Thomas,

Wappenham

in

Weedon Weston,

Goldthorne Piece, and elsewhere in Weedon Wm. Stanger

Of a cottage and land

in Marley Furlong to

173. License to

George Thomas to

let Bull's

174. License to

George Thomas to

let his other

Edward Wills

tenement

14 Sept. 1786. 10 Nov. 1789.

Lease of Weedon Coppice to David Middleton, Surgeon Serjeant, and Stephen Beckingham, of Bourn Place, Kent

176.

Of Woodwell Close and

20 Oct. „

Weedon

175.

3 Nov.

1792.

land in

Fisher's

Lake to Susannah Hinton,

of

Millthorpe 177.

Of a homestead and orchard, Chattel and Rushy

Closes,

and

other land, to Thos. Bleek



178.



179.



180.

Of Matthew's Close to Thos. Matthews Of Bull's Mead and Manhill Ford to William Edmonds Of First and Second Millthrop Closes to Jonas Malmsbury



181.

Of a cottage

to



182.

Of a cottage

to

,,

183.

Of a cottage

to Mrs.



184.



185.

to



186.

Of a cottage Of a cottage Of a cottage

to

Morris,

widow

James Wills

Lambard Henry Wills and Thos. Bleek East

to Elizabeth

Tucker

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

252 1792.

Humphry

187.

Lease of a cottage to William

188.

Of a cottage

189.

Of a cottage to Thos. Mayo Of a cottage to Ann Blincow Of a cottage to John Eobbince

20 Oct.

190. 191.

to

192.

Of a cottage

193.

Of The Crown

John Ewick

to Eic. Gribbs

'

'

John Blackball

to

194.

Of a cottage

1794.

195.

Of

1795. 4 June

196.

Of the Home

1796.

197.

Of Weedon Coppice to John Manship, of the India House, Stephen Beckingham, of Portman Square, and Daniel

198.

Of a farmhouse, the Home Close, Bealidge or Beanidge and other land, to Geo. Thomas, of Brackley



199.

Of Millthrop



200. Of a homestead and orchard, Chattel Close, &c., to Thos.



Eidge

to

a tenement and land in

Wappenham

Close, Boswell's Baulk,

to Greorge

Thomas

and other lands, to Thos.

Kingston

29 Oct.

Gregory, of Austin Friars 1799.

24 Oct.

Closes to Jonas

Close,

Malmsbury

Bleek 1799.

201.

Of a blacksmith's shop and land

to

John Bleek, maltster and

baker



202. Of a tenement and Little and Great

Home Closes to

Elizabeth

Heber 5»



203.

204. Of a tenement, the Aris

1803. 2 Nov.

205.

1803. 4 Nov.

206.

,,

1806.

Of Matthew's Close

to Thos.

Home

Matthews

Close, Boswell's Baulk, &c., to

Of a homestead and orchard, Chattel

Close, &c., to Thos.

Bleek

Of Washill or Church Close, Eylands Close, and other land to John Mansliip, Stephen Beckingham, and Daniel Gregory

207. Of

Weedon Coppice

to the

same

208. Of Matthew's Close to Thos. Matthews

20 Oct. „

209. Of a cottage called



210.

Of a cottage

to

William Wilkinson

,y

211.

to

Anne Witton



212.



213.

Of a cottage Of a cottage Of a cottage



214.



215.



216.



217.

'

The Crown,'

to

John Blackall

to

Grace Eidge, of Brackley

to

John Hewick

Of a cottage to Eic. Gibbs Of a cottage to John Cooper Of a cottage to Eichard Wills Of a cottage to Henry Wills

WEDON PINKNET. 1806.

218. Lease





Of Millthorpe Closes to Jonas Malmsbury 220. Of a blacksmith's shop, Baxter's Close, Townsend 219.

to

1810. 2 Nov.

221.

1813. 2 Nov.

222.



tenement, and closes called Lukings, Hither Great Close, and others, to Henry Willes

of a

Close, the

20 Oct.

253

Close, &c.,

John Bleek

Of Weshill

John Both parts

Church

or

Close, Eyland's Close, &c., to

Aris

Of the House

Bos well's Baulk, Lower Mead, and

Close,

Middlethorpe, to John Aris 223.

Of Woodwell Close and

Lake

Fisher's

to Geo. Hinton, of

Millthorpe 224.

Of

a blacksmith's shop

225.

Of

a tenement, Lukings, Hither Close, &c., to

and land to Geo. Bleek, farmer

Henry Wills

Edmund Potter, of Culworth Mead and Manhill Ford to Alice Bull, William and Henry Newman

226. Of Millthorpe Closes to 227.

Of

228.

Of a farmhouse, the Home Close, Bealidge or Beanidge &c., to William Stanbridge and Matthew Verney

229.

Of a tenement. Great and Little Home Closes, Dead Queen's Close, and other land, to Harriet Wrightson

Bull's

Potter,

230. Of Matthew's Close in

1813.

231.

8 Nov.

1817. 3 Nov. 1 820. 2 Nov.



Weedon Weston to Eichard Potter close in Wappenham to Henry

Of two meadows and a Matthews

Of Weshill or Church Close, Eyland's Close, and other land to John Aris Both parts 233. Of the House Close, Boswell's Baulk, &c., in Weedon Weston, to John Airis Both parts

232.

234.

Of a cottage

called

'

The Crown

in

'

Weedon

to

hall



235.

Of the blacksmith's to



236.

John BlackBoth parts

shop, Bagster's and other closes in

George Bleek

237.

Of Chattel Close and other land Of

Bull's

Wedon

Both parts

Weedon Weston

in

Bleek „

Close,

to Thos.

Both parts

Mead and Manhill

Wm.

Alice Bull,

Ford, in Weedon"; Weston, to

Potter, and

Henry Newman



238.

Of a tenement, Great and Hon. Harriet Douglas



239.

Of a cottage

in

Weedon Weston

to

Samuel Earl



240.

Of a cottage

in

Weedon Pinkney

to

John Leadbeater Both parts



241.

Of Millthorpe

Little

Home

Closes, &c., to the

Both parts

of Culworth

Closes in

Weedon Weston

to

Edmimd

Potter,

With license

to let

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

254 1820. 2 Nov.



242. Lease of a cottage in

243.

Of Matthew's

Weedon Pinkney

Weedon Weston

Close in

George Potter Both parts

to

to Eichard Potter

Both parts „

244.

Of four cottages in and Joseph Lovall,

Weedon Weston

Matthew Verney

to

overseers, in trust for the poor

Both parts

same

Both parts

245.

Of other cottages



246.



247.

Of other cottages to the same Of a cottage in Weedon Pinkney



248.



249.



to the

to Sarah

Whitton Both parts

Of Hither, Great, Eoad Closes, &c., in Weedon Weston, to Henry W^ills Of a messuage and lands in Weedon Weston to Henry Wills

Of a cottage

in

Weedon Weston



250.



25L Of Woodwell Close and

Fisher's

John Cooper

to

Lake

in

Weedon Weston

to

George Hinton, of Millthorpe „ 1824.

25 Oct. „ 1827. 3 Nov.



Of a farmhouse, Beliage Close, and other land in Weedon Weston to Wm. Stanbridge and Matthew Verney 253. Of Westhill, Eyland's Closes, &c., in Weedon Pinkney and Weston to John Airis Both parts 252.

254.

Of Weedon Coppice

255.

Of a messuage, Boswell's Baulk,

to

John

Airis &c., in

Weedon

to

John

Airis

256.

Of

Bagster's and Townsend's Closes, &c., in

Weedon to George

Bleek



257.

Of

Bull's

Mead and Manhill Ford

in

Weedon Weston

to John Both parts

Leadbeater



258.

Of Woodwell

Close and Fisher's

Lake

Weedon

in

Nelson and others, administrators to the

to

George

effects of Thos.

Potter

Of Hither and Further Closes and Eoad Closes Weston to the Eev. Wm. Pearson, of Kilworth



259.



260. Of Millthorpe Closes in of Culworth

Weedon Weston

Weedon Weston



Of Matthew's



262.

Of a farmhouse and Bealidge Close Verney



263.

Of a messuage and Luking's Close Henry Wills

264.

Of Westhill and Eyland's

1831. 3 Nov.

Edmund

Potter,

Both parts and license

261.

Close in

to

Weedon

in

in

to let

to Eichard Potter

Weedon

in

Closes, &c., to

to

Matthew

Weedon Weston John

Airis

to

WEDON PINKNBY. 1833.

to

James Lovell 266.

Of a messuage, Boswell's Baulk,

20 Oct.

&c., in

Weedon

to John Both parts

Airis

The Crown

Weedon



267.

Of



268.

Of a cottage and blacksmith's shop,

a cottage called

'

269. Of a cottage in

'

in

to

John Blackall

Bagster's Close, &c,, to Both parts and license to let

George Bleek „

Weedon

265. Lease of a farmhouse and Bealidge Close, &c., in

26 Oct. 1834.

251

Weedon Weston to John Brawnson Weedon Pinkney to Susannah Coles

270.

Of

a cottage in

271.

Of

Bull's

Mead and Manhill Ford, in Weedon, to John Lead-

beater

Both parts

Weedon Pinkney

272.

Of

273.

Of a farmhouse, Bealidge

274.

Of Woodwell Close and

a cottage in

to

John Leadbeater

James Lovell

Close, &c., to

Fisher's Lake, in Weedon, to Greorge Nelson, banker, Greorge Bleak, and Richard Potter

Both parts 275.

Of

Weedon Weston

cottages in

to

Wm. Owen

and Joseph

Vann, overseers of the poor 276.

Of cottages in Weedon Weston Vann, overseers of the poor

to

Wm. Owen

and Joseph

277.

Of cottages

Weedon Weston

to

Wm. Owen

and Joseph

in

Vann, overseers of the poor 278.

Of Hither and Further Closes and Great Close in Weedon to the Rev.

279.

Wm.

Of Millthorpe

Pearson, of Kilworth

Closes,

in

Weedon,

Edmund

to

Culworth 280.

1834. 3 Nov.



Of Matthew's

Potter, of

Both parts Close, in

Weedon, to Richard Potter Both parts

281.

Of

282.

Of a messuage and Luking's

a cottage in

Weedon Pinkney

to

Sarah Whitton

Close, in

Weedon,

to

Henry

Wills

1834. 1 1

Nov.

283. License to Richard Heber Wrightson and others to let a messuage and land in Home Closes, &c., in Weedon Weston

1838. 3 Nov.

284. Lease of Westhill, Byland's Closes, &c., to

1841. 3 Nov.

285.

Of

a messuage

Lovell

and Bealidge Close, &c.,

in

John Airis

Weedon

to

James

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

25(5

WELWYN. 10 Edw. III. 29 May

1.

31 Hen. VIII. 2.

Inspeximus of charters of Eichard I. to the Nunnery of Hailiwell, granting them, among other things, the parsonage of Welwyn Copy

Memorandum from Henry VIII.

a record in the Exchequer of a grant by advowson of Welwyn to Sir John and

of the

Joan Gostwick 3 Edw. VI. 13 May

3.

License to Grostwick to alienate the advowson

3 Edw. VI. 21 May

4.

Grant by William, brother of the late Sir John Gostwick, of the advowson of Welwyn to William and Thomas Wyl-

3 Edw. VI. 2 June

5.

Bond

17 Eliz.

6.

Writ

I.

7.

License of alienation to

I.

8.

Indenture between Thomas, Joan, and John Wylshyre, concerning the sale of their property at Welwyn Tiuo copies

9.

Sale of the advowson of son John

shyre

14

May

13 Jac.

of William Gostwick to

W. and

T. Wylshyre

for the delivery of the inheritance of heir of the late Thomas Wylshyre

Thomas, son and

Thomas Wylshyre

Sept.

1

13 Jac. 1

Oct.



Welwyn by Thomas Wylshyre

to his

Welwyn

to All

13 Jac.

I.

10.

Fine levied

13 Jac.

I.

11.

Sale by John Wylshyre of the advowson of Souls' College

1

1

March Jac.

I.

14 Jac. I. Easter Term 1

4 Jac. I. 4 May

22 Jac.

I.

for the sale

12.

The

13.

Fine levied for the sale

14.

Bond

15.

Plea to a quo warranto for the rectory of

16.

drafts of conveyance

and bond on the College purchase

of Wylshyre for further assurance to the College

Welwyn

Schedule of most of the preceding documents

1540. 2 Oct.

17.

Note of the institution of Thomas Cordall to the church of

1 .548.

18.

List of patrons and incumbents

19.

Note of the institution of George Lewis

20.

Note of the institution of Thomas Wilshere

1575. 18 May

1606. 16 June

Welwyn

WELWYN. 1707-90.

21.

257

baptism and testimonials for ordination and Joseph Betts, presentation of the following persons Edward Sacheverell Pole, John Koopey, John Eeynolds Batch, William Standish, Adam Ottley, John Henchman,

Certificates of

:



William Simpson, Edward Lockwood, John White, EadHoward, Charles Congreve, Thos. Holland, William Smith, Wilughby Aston, Eichard Grraves, Ealph Freman, Thos. Potter, Edward Bathm-st, Edward Smith, John Frederick, Eichard Jacob, John Barton, Jonathan Shipley, John Gibson, Henry Allington, John Mackworth Praed, John Morison, Philip Bracebridge, John Miller, John Eeynolds, Thomas Bathurst, and Charles Allicock clifFe

1862.

22.

7 Oct.



F. Davidson to Warden Leighton : Encloses a statement relating to the fund belonging to the rectory of Welwyn

M.

WHADBOEOUGH. Hen.

[II.]

1.

Grant by Henry

[II.] to

Fulco

filius

Apud Douram

for a rent of 10^.

Guarini, of Wateberga, in transitu regis

Great seal, broken 2.

Grant by Fulco Fitzwarren to the canons of St. John Baptist of Landa, of land called Burgthueit. Odo, Abbot of Osul-

3.

Grant by Fulk Fitzwarren to the church of St. John the Baptist, Launde, of land called Burgtueit and pasturage in

4.

Grant by Sir Fulk Fitz[warren] of a messuage and 30 acres in Whateberuw to Wm. Freney

5.

Grant by Sir Fulk Fitzwarren, lord of Wateberew, to Wm. Firney, of the right of cutting wood and underwood in his

6.

Grant by Eva, wife of Fulco Fitzwarin, to St. Nicholas of Weteburg and St. John Baptist of Lande, of a house in Weteburgh near the chapel Grant by Peter de Neuvill, of Alexston,' to the prior and convent of Lande, of pasture between Lodinton and

ueston,

is

one of the witnesses

his lands at

Whatberge

manor

7.

Helotcros

[1162-66]

8.

Henry II. to Eobert [de Cheney], bp. of Lincoln :— Orders him not to allow the prior and canons of Landa to be troubled concerning their church of Tilt on, contrary to the charters of the bishop, and of Everard, who gave it to them

9.

Confirmation by E. [de Cheney], bishop of Lincoln, to the convent of Launde, of the property held by them, which is

enumerated '

Forester of Leicestershire and Rutland, tcvip. Henry

S

II,

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

258

10. Confirmation

by Fulco, son of Fulco filiiis Grwarini, to the John the Baptist, of Landa, of his father's gift of Burgthveit, and of his mother's gift before the churchyard {ante curiann ecclesice) and a grant by himself of land between Holebroc and the quarry Seal lost church of

St.

;

11.

by Fulco, son of Fulco Fitzwarin, to the canons of Launde, comprising a few additions to the preceding

Grrant

grant 12.

17 [Hen. IIL] 13. 1 2 Dec.

Grant by Eva, mother of Fulk Fitzfulk, to the church of St. John at Launde, of land between the church and Whadborough Wood

Copy of a grant by [Hen. IIL]

to the priory of Alberbury, of the site of their house granted to them by Fulk Fitzwarin, and copy of a petition of the House of Commons for the suppression of the alien priories

14.

Another copy of the above grant

15.

Grant by John de Diggeby to the convent of Launde, of the church and lands in Tilton, and the right to enclose their land between Lodinton and Helotecros

16.

Grant by John de Halstede to the convent of Launde of land in Halstede

[1209-34.]

17.

Confirmation by Hugh, bp. of Lincoln, to the church of St. John at Launde, of the grants of Lodinton, Launde, Friseby, the churches of Oudebi, Ketleby, Warle, Weled,

Weston, Welleham, Tilleby, Blarwic, Grungworde, Burged, Glaest', Tilton, and Eisseby

1245.

18.

Grant of land between Lambarow and Laund by Geoffrey, prior, and the convent of Alberbury to the church of St. John the Baptist at Launde

19.

Indenture by which Geoffrey, warden, and the convent of Alberbury grant a mill and 58 acres at WTiatebury to Eeginald de Albo Monasterio and Emma Partrich, his wife

31 Hen. III. April 1

[1248-69.]

by Richard de Albo Monasterio, rector of Cumbe, farmer of the manor of Wateberge, to the convent of Lande, of a piece of land in Wateberge

20. Grant

21.

Agreement by which Robert [de Martival], prior of Launde, grants the right of pasture in Wateberge Wood to Reginald and Emma de Albo Monasterio

22.

Agreement between Wm., prior of Grandemont, and Robert, prior of Launde, concerning their lands at Whadborough Vellum roll

23.

Copy of the preceding and of an agreement dated Hokeday, 31 Hen. III., between Richard de Albo Monasterio, rector of Ciunbe and farmer of Whadborough, for Peter London, warden of Alberbury, and the convent of Launde

WHADBOROUGH. 32 Hen.

III.

25.

land at Halstede, Leic, to the church of St. James, outside Gopij Northampton

1255.

41 Hen.

prior, and John, corrector of Albesbury, to Peter, abbot of Osolueston, of the manor of Wateberge

26

Grant by Peter,

27

Gerard, prior, and the convent of Alberbury appoint Wm. Burdet to levy the rent paid by the abbey of Oueleston in

III.

26 Edw. 11

by Eobt., prior of Launde, to William, prior of Grandimont, and the warden and brothers of Alberbury, of at his title to the wood of Whateber', in return for land Launde Grant by Emma Patric, widow of Reginald Albi Monasterii, of

24. Kelease

2 Feb.

1251. 3 Nov.

259

I.

March

Wateberg 26 Edw.

I.

31 March 1299. 26 March

Grant by Gerard, prior, and the convent of Alberbury to John de Foxton and Agnes de Welham of a messuage and land in Whateberge 29. Lease by Roger, prior, and the convent of Alpesbury of their manor of Wathebore to Richard, rector of Ty 30. G-rant by Robert, son of Richard Dispenser, to John and Matthew, sons of John Le Mey, of a virgate of land in Wateberewe 28.

31.

34 Edw.

I.

Grant by Matthew of half a toft and and in Halsted

le

Mai, of Halsted, to his brother John, and a virgate of land in Watebrege

croft,

Mey to Robert de Ailston, vicar of Lodington, of land in Longholme, G-ildenthorn, and else-

32.

Grant by John Le

33.

Bond

8 Dec.

where in Whadborough 34 Edw.

I.

34.

35.

le

John and

Mey, of Halstead

Lease by Robert de Ayliston, vicar of Lodington, to John and Agnes le Mey, of Halstede, of half a messuage and land in

5 Edw. II. 20 May

of Robt. de Ailston, vicar of Lodington, to

Agnes

12 Dec.

Wateberewe

Grant by Robert de Ayliston, vicar of Lodington, to John and Agnes le Mey, of Halsteyde, of half a messuage and land at Wateberu

6 Edw. II. 8 April

36. Release

9 Edw. II.

37.

Grant by Letitia, daughter of Roger Herneys, of Fryseby, to Ric. and Henry le Mey, of Hallesteyde, of 4 acres in Wateberwe, granted to her by Robert, perpetual vicar of Lowseby

38.

Lease by the convent of Alberbury of the manor of Wateberng to the convent of Launde for a rent of 20 marks

39.

'

by Gilbert, son of Robert de Hallsteyd, to Letitia, daughter of Roger Herneys, of land in Wateberewe

27 July 1317. 27 March

Terragium de terris et pasturis jacentibus in campo de Wattebarugli ad officium pietanciarii de Oselueston pertinentibus sive spectantibus.' On the back is an inventory of the goods of John de Saxeby, rector of Inckewelle (?) 1336. s 2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

260

Edw.

21

III. 40.

28 Oct.

by Wm. Freney, of Wateberew, of a messuage and land Wateberew to Simon Goddard, and Agnes, the grantor's

Grrant

in

daughter 21 Edw. IIL 2 Jan.

4L Grant by John le Mei of half a messuage and land in Whatebergh to Henry, son of Eichard Attekyrke, of Tilton, chaplain

25 Edw. IIL 42. Eelease by Margery, widow of John le Mey, wife of William Taylour, of Eosworth, to Roger Attekyrke, of Tilton, of her 13 March late husband's tenements in Watebergh 41 Edw. IIL 43. Grant by William, son of Thomas of South Mardfeld, to Robert Mey, jun., of land at Redhill and Holtforth hill, in 8 Nov.

Whatebergh 44.

Memorandum of the

2 Ric. II. 2 March

45.

Release by Robert and Anice Saundurresone to Stocton of a messuage and land in Whatberew

2 Ric. II. 8 March

46.

Grant by Robt. Nocton, of Erdeburgh, to Robt. Reweson, of Newton, of a messuage and land at Watteberowe

3 Ric. 11. 22 Feb.

47.

Grant by Robt. Reveson, of Neweton, to Peter and Agnes Dikson, of a messuage and land at Whatebergh

IL

48.

Grant by John Mey, of Lodyngton, to Robt. Mey, of Halstede, of a messuage and land at Wateburgh, acquired from

8 Ric.

25 July

Wm. 10 Ric. IL

49.

9 Sept.

10 Ric. IL 13 Sept.

11 Ric. 1

IL

Meye in Wateberge Robert

Dalby, of Tylton

Grant by Robt. Mey, of Cotesmore, to Ric. de Tilton, of Okham, John Skynnere, chaplain of Tilton, and others, of all his lands in Halestede, Whadbergh, and Tilton

50. Indenture declaring that Mey intends the lands mentioned in the preceding to be settled on his wife after his death, and after her death to be sold, and the proceeds applied to a new chantry at St. Nicholas Church, Cotesmor 51.

Release of Lodyngton by Sir John, Sir Henry, and Thos. Neville, to Robert

April

20 Ric. IL

lands of Robert

62,

3 Oct.

and Henry

Mey

Grant by Robt. Mey to Wm. Atte Brigge, of all his lands and tenements in Halsted, Watbergh, and Tylton

53.

Power of attorney

20 Ric. II. 14 Oct.

54,

Pair of indentures by which Robt. and Joan May grant to William Atte Brigge, of Tilton, all their lands in Tilton, Halstede, and Whadberghe

21 Ric. II. 30 Sept.

65.

Grant by

22 Ric. IL

56.



Atte Brygge to

Symon Goddard

of 4 acres at

Watebergh

21 Jan.

9 Hen. IV. 24 Dec.

Wm.

to deliver seisin

57.

Grant by Wm. Attebrygge to Symon Goddard of a rood of land on the Rede hyl, Watebergh Release of lands in Tilton, Halstheed, and Wattebourg by Roger Flore, Nicholas Whythe, and John Sapkoc, to John Skynner, chaplain of Okeham

WHADBOROUGH.

261

18 Hen. VI. 25 April

58.

Grant by Ric. More, and Agnes, his wife, widow of John Dixsun, of a messuage and land at Whatbarough, to Sir Jas. Ormound, Bartholomew Brokesby, Hen. Fillongley, and others

„ 18 Hen. VI.

59.

Power of attorney

8

May

to deliver seisin

60. Grant by John atte Bry gg, of Okeham, to Eichard Palmer, of Babgrave, of all his lands in Halstead, Whadborough, and

Tilton Bellers, Thos. Derby, and others, to Wm. Dalby, of Okeham, of a messuage and land in Tylton lately held by John Shitwode, and lands in Wadburgh

Grant by John

29 Hen. VI. 26 July

61.

29 Hen. VI.

62.

4 Edw. IV. 4 Nov.

63.

Grant by Thos. Frysseby, prior, and the convent of Launde, to Wm. Yon, abbot, and the convent of St. James near Northampton, of all their lands in Arthyngworth, Northants, reserving the advowson of the church

4 Edw. IV. 6 Nov.

64.

Grant by

65.

Power of attorney by Thos. Frisseby, prior



'

A

seizure of the manor of Whadborowe by reason of an act of resumption, dated 29 Hen. VI.'

Wm. Yon, abbot, and the convent of St. James, to the prior and convent of Launde of all their lands in Hallestede and Whaddeburgh of Launde, to

receive seisin

66.

Power of attorney

4 Edw. IV. 7 Nov.

67.

Grant by Thos. Frysseby, prior, and the convent of Launde to Wm. Yon, abbot, and the convent of St. James near Northampton, of a rent of lis. 4(i. from their lands at Halstede and Whaddeburgh

9 Edw. IV.

68. Grant



1

to deliver seisin

by Thos. Frisby, prior, and the convent of Launde, of a messuage and land in Tilton and Skevington to Wm. Goddart, of Halstyd

May

9 Edw. IV. 8 July

69.

Power of attorney by John Dansey and Thos. Nele to deliver seisin of a messuage and land at Whatbarough to Henry Sotehill, of Stokefaston, Thos. Grene, &c., and Ralph

9 Edw. IV.

70.

71.

Grant by Richard, son and heir of Hugh Maye, late of Caswick, to Henry Sotehill, Ralph Fraunces, Barth. Villers, and Nich. Bakster, of all his lands in Lodyngton Power of attorney to deliver seisin

72.

Bond

Fraunces

30 Sept. „ 10 Edw. IV. 1

1

May

Edw. IV. 14

May

13 Edw. IV. 1

Jan.

of Ric. Mey, of Caswyke, to permit Thomas, prior of Launde, to hold peaceably the lands in Lodington acquired by him from Mey

by Thos. Meyrs, Thos. Holand, John Bollis, Thos. Vynsent, and others, of the grant by Ric. Maye, dated 30 Sept. 9 Edw. IV.

73. Confirmation

74. Release of land in

Whadborough by Launde

to Thos. Frisseby, prior of

Wm.

Dixson, of Tilton,

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

262

18 Edw. IV. 4 May

75.

18 Edw. IV.

76. License to Thos. Green,

18 Edw. IV. 1

1

2

Ealph Frauncis, Peter Curteys, and Everard Digby to grant land in Merefeld North, Halstede, and Whatborough to the convent of Launde

77.

May

Edw. IV.

20 May 18 Edw. IV. 30 Nov.

Lease by Ealph Fraunceys to Everard Dygby, Esq., and Peter Curteys, of the King's household, of a messuage and land in Halstede and Whatbarough, acquired from Eic. Neel, justice of the King's Bench, Curteys, and others

by Dygby and Curteys to Thos. Frysseby, prior of Launde, of a messuage and land in Halstede and Whatbarough

Grrant

78. Eelease of the

79. Lease

same by Dygby

by Eobt. Kyrkeby, abbot, and the convent of Osel-

weston, of land in

Whatborough

to Thos. Frisseby, prior of

Launde 18 Edw. IV.

and Whadborough by Peter Curteis and Everard and Jaquetta Digby

80. Fine for the conveyance of land in Halstead

Feb.

to the prior of

22 Edw. IV.

81.

8 P^eb.

Launde

of Wm. and Joan Whitwell, of Lodyngton, to Eobt. Norhampton, prior of Launde, and others, to give possession of the property in Lodyngton granted by them to Thos. Grrene, chaplain, and Ealph Fraunceys

Bond

20 Hen. VII. 82. Bond of the prior of Launde to perform his covenants with All Souls' College 28 Nov. Seal of the priory^ broken 83.

Four papers giving the boundaries of the priory of Launde and the College lands at Whadborougli

22 [Hen. VII.] 84. License to Grilbert Smith, Wm. Skevyngton, and others, to grant lands in Frisby-super-Wreke, Halsted, and What8 Feb. barowe to the prior and convent of Launde 13 Hen. VIII. 85. Grant by Thos. Mody, chaplain of Exton, to Everard Dygby, of land in South Marfeld, Leic. 17 Sept. 1525.

86.

Information of men of Halstead concerning the lands within the bounds and fields of Whatborow Vellum roll



19 Hen. VIII. 87. Inspeximus of the following documents: A writ dated 16 26 Oct. Nov., 22 Hen. VI., and the reply of John archbp. of Canterbiuy, concerning the possession of the churches of Upchurch and Eomenal by All Souls' College. Similar writs concerning Alberbury, 8 May, 1 Eic. III.; LTpchurch and the temporalities of the abbey of Idleden, 12 Feb., 17 Hen. VIII.; the temporalities of the prior of Gromonde in Whadborowc, 25 Oct., 18 Hen. VIII., and the church of Langenith, 4 June, 19 Hen. VIII., with the replies of the bishops of the dioceses in which these places are

26 Hen. VIII. 88. Valor of the late monastery of Launde from the records of the Com-t of Firstfruits and Tenths Vellum 30 Jan. 31 Hen. VIII. 89. Grant of an annuity of 60^. to John Lancaster, prior of the dissolved monastery of Launde 28 Jan.

WHADBOliOUGH. 90.

1540.

of an act for the attainder of the Lorde

The copie

'

263

Crome-

well

33 Hen. VIII

.

91.

]Ministers'

Launde

account of the possessions of the late priory of in Leicestershire

Paper

roll

92. Extract from the records of the Court of Augmentation con-

?5

cerning the rent of Whadborough Lease by Gregory Lord Cromwell, to John Groodwyn, of Over34 Hen. VIII. 93. wynchynden, of his close, &c., in Whadborough 24 Jan. 5 Edw. VI. 94. The office found after the death of Lord Gregory Cromwell

18 Sept.

Mary.

1

95. Lease of Halsted

1

&

2 P.

and lands in Whadborough by Q. Mary to

Copy

Lady Elizabeth Cromwell

8 Dec.

& M. 96.

12 Feb.

Inspeximus of the proceedings in the Court of Exchequer, 33 Hen. VI., by which the manor of Whatbarowe was restored to All Souls' College

1 Eliz.

97.

18 March

Lease of Halstede by Queen Elizabeth to Lord St. John and Elizabeth his wife

by Hemy Lord Cromwell to John Goodwyn, of Overwynchyngdon, of a close and pasture called Whadborough

2 Eliz. 2 May

98. Lease

2 Eliz.

99.

29 Sept.

Bond of Kobert Brokesby to do his best to manor of Whadborow and prosecute the

enter on the title of the

College

4 Eliz. 4 Dec.

Wm. marquis of Winchester of his lands in Whadborough to Henry Lord Cromwell

100. Sale by

17 June

Writ forbidding Robt. Brokesby to proceed in his suit against Henry Lord Cromwell and his tenants at Whadborough

6 Eliz. 12 Feb.

102. Exemplification of proceedings against Lord Cromwell in the Common Pleas

4

Eliz.

1558-65.

101.

103. Bundle

of 4 papers referring to a matter depending in the Court of Wards and Liveries between Lord St. John, informer, and All Souls' College, defendants for the witnesses on behalf of All Souls' College in the suit of Lord St. John against the College

104. Interrogatories

6 Eliz.

105.

26 Feb. 15 Eliz.

'

The

copie of the indenture of bargayne and Earle of Lecester to Tamworthe of Hoisted'

106. Inquisitio post

sale,

from the

mortem Chr. Tamworth

8 April

1579. 26 March

107,

Wm. Buttell, of Stanton Harcourt, from Anthony Shorte, bursar, of 49 writings concerning the manor of

Receipt by

Whadborough 23 Eliz. 15 Nov.

108. Indenture between

24

109.

1

Eliz.

Aug:.

Henry Lord Cromwell and John and Jas. Whadborough, concerning a bond of Lord Cromwell's to them Covenant of Henry Lord Cromwell and Lady Mary his wife, to grant Whadborougli to Kobert Osborne and Edward Bacon to the use of James and John Claypole Claypoole, lessees of

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

2G4

30 Eliz. 14 Oct.

110. Exemplification of an

30 Eliz. 26 June

HI. Exemplification of proceedings and deposition in the College's suit against Lord Cromwell, concerning the plans produced by him Endd. * Second commission 112. Extract from a grant of Queen Elizabeth to Edw. Wymarcke, of lands in Hinckle, Leic, late belonging to the guild of

30

Eliz.

21 Oct.

Act of Parliament, 30 April, 2 Hen. V., concerning the alien priories and of the grant of the custody of Alberbury to Sutton and Bradley, 9 May, 16 Hen. VI. ;

the Holy Trinity there lands in Tylton, Halsted, and Whadborough belonging to the monasteries of St. James and Laund and lands in Lutterworth and Sapcote Writ ordering Warden Hovenden and Thos. Carter to stay ;

;

32 Eliz. 28 Nov.

113.

32 Eliz.

114. Bill in

proceedings against Jas. Claypoole, tenant of Hen. Lord

Cromwell Chancery exhibited by John Tamworth against the College

1589.

115.

Term

Hil.

'The answer of the College

to the bill of complaint of

Tam-

worth Inspeximus

32 Eliz. 15 May 32 Eliz. 14 Nov.

116.

117.

Writ ordering the College witli Lord Cromwell

[1588-91.]

118.

Two

of the entry

in

Domesday Book concerning

Whadborough to

make

a rejoinder in their suit

copies of a bill of complaint of All Souls' College against

Kenelm and Everard Digby, for encroachment on their lands at \Mmdborough a copy of a writ and inquisition ad quod damnum, 27 Edw. IV., relating to the land in ;

question; a terrier of Everard of the prior of Launde

33 Eliz.

„ „

1

28

33 Eliz. 8 March.

&

33

at

124.

33

125.

Term

and complaints

the Exchequer Chamber on behalf of Lord Cromwell against Jolui Tamworth and the College 120. Answer of All Souls' College to the above information 121. The demurrer of John Tamworth to Sir John Popham's information (No. 119) 122. Power of attorney by the College to enter into their lordship

Eliz. 123.

Eliz.

lands,

119. Information in

33 Eli/. 17 April Trinity

Digby 's

Whadborough

Three rolls of depositions concerning the College's Lord Cromwell

suit with

Power of attorney by the College to prosecute their cause against John Tamworth for the manor of Whadborough Writ issued on behalf of All Souls' College against Thos. Gibbyns,

for a trespass at

Wapnam, Northants

33 Eliz. 23 June

126. Exemplification of a verdict in the case of Carter v. Henry Lord Cromwell and others, for trespass at Whadborough

34 Eliz. 19 April

127. Inspeximus of two extents of the lands of the priory of Alberbury in Leicestershire, dated 1 June, 44 Edw. III., and 24

Feb., 44 Edw. III.

WHADBOROUGH.

205

To prove "WTiadborowe a manor. Extenta terrarum de Alberbury.' 44 Edw. III.

prioratus Cojpy

128.

*

34 Eliz. 6 Nov.

129.

Power of attorney by All Souls' College to take possession of Whadborougb A memorandum of the entry is appended

35 Eliz. 23 Jan.

130. Fine by which to

John Tamworth releases the manor of Halsted John Lutwyche and Thos. Fermour

Writ forbidding

Wm.

Carter to proceed in his suit against

35 Eliz. 30 Jan.

131.

35 Eliz.

132.

Agreement between the College and Carter for the sharing of expenses of actions for the recovery of AMiadborough

133.

Notes about Lawne Hall, Lawne Field, and Hallfeelde

134.

Inspeximus of charters of Hen. I., Hen. II., and Hen. III., to the priory of Laund, and the grants of the priory by Hen. VIII. to Thos. and Gregory Cromwell

Jas. Cleypoole

23 Oct. 1594.

29

May

36

Eliz.

17 June

36 Eliz. 19 June

135. Exemplification of the bailiff's accounts of the possessions of

36 Eliz. 19 June

136.



the late priory of St. James, Northampton, 30 Hen. VIII.

Inspeximus of an inquisition concerning the lands of the abbey of Oselweston, 28 Nov., 3 Hen. IV., 1401

The suit at the Common Law, a judgment there, a writ of error brought in the King's Bench and the judgment affirmed

137. Exemplification endorsed

'

verdict and



138. Inspeximus of proceedings in Brokesby's suit against

Lord

Cromwell „

Lord Cromwell,

139. Inspeximus of the College's bill against

his

answer, and the judge's order 1 594. 17 Aug.

140. Composition for tithes at

36 Eliz. 12 Oct.

141.

Whadborough

Exemplification of the depositions of witnesses on behalf of the College, taken 13 Jan., 33 Eliz.

Endd. 36 Eliz.

142. Carter v.

Cleypoole.

With

'

Third commission

extract from Cleypoole's will,

1598

Three papers

37 Eliz. 10 Feb.

143. Exemplification of the depositions of witnesses

38 Eliz. 2 Nov.

144. Inquisition taken after the death of

Lord Cromwell held the

'

manor

^ncZcZ.

'

on behalf of ' First commission

John Tamworth, who

of Halsted

1588-98.

145.

A book

41 Eliz. 31 Jan.

146.

Grant by Edward Lord Cromwell to Edward Heron and Eobert Lawsoun of his lands in Whadborough late belonging to the dissolved monastery of Osolveston, alias Owston,

with a parchment cover containing copies of evidences relating to Whadborough and accounts of law suits

Leic. [Eliz.]

147.

Account of the borough

title of

the College to their lands at

WhadPp. 12

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

266

1

1

r.

148. Sale of their lands in

May

Eobert Lawsoun to

Jac.

28

Jac. 1

I.

Whad-

149.

Power of attorney by the College borough

to take possession of

150.

The

Bench between Carter and

Dec.

1593-1604.

Whadborough by Edward Heron and

Wm. Smyth

orders of the Court of King's

Claypool

An

agreement between All Souls' College and Thos. Carter,

19 Nov. 1602 151.

152.

Bundle of papers relating to the suits between the College and Lord Cromwell, and Lord Cromwell and Brokesbie, concerning Whadborough, consisting of legal proceedings and copies of documents Eoll of papers, being memoranda relating to the same suit

153.

Bundle of papers, consisting of law proceedings, indentures, and copies of evidence

154.

Bundle of papers concerning the College's Cromwell

155.

Bundle of papers consisting of evidence, proceedings, &c., in the same suit

[1605.]

156.

Commission to the Archbp. of Canterbury, Lord Treasurer, Earls of Northampton and Salisbury, and others, to decide the suit between the College and Lord Cromwell Copy

1605-6.

157.

Award

[Jac. I.]

158.

Grant of the dissolved priory of Launde

suit

drafts of

with Lord

of the above Commissioners, signed by them. Lord Cromwell, Hoveden, and Anthony Davis to Sir

Wm. Smyth

9 Dec.

1606.

Gojpy 159. Sale of lands in

30 March

Whadborough

late belonging to the

tery of Osolweston or Owston, by Sir Souls' College

Wm. Smyth

monasto All

Tivo drafts

An

indenture of bargain and sale between tlie Warden and College of All Soules of Oxford, and Sir Wm. Smith,' of land in Whadborough Draft

1606.

160.

[1606.]

16L Eelease by the Warden and College of All Souls' of Laund land, Leic, to Sir William Smith Copy 162. Agreement of Edw. Lord Cromwell to assure the lands in Whadborougli, late belonging to Laimde priory, and to the monastery of St. James, Northampton, with those granted to Gregory Lord Cromwell by Henry VIII., to Sir Edw. Coke and Jolm Doddridge, to the intent that a common recovery may be had of them by William Birde, D.C.L. Both parts 163. Fine for the conveyance of land at Whadborough by Lord Cromwell to Coke and Doddridge 164. Indenture between Lord Cromwell and All Souls' College,

4 Jac.

I.

5 April

4 Jac. I. Easter 4 Jac. T. 15 April

'

guaranteeing to (he latter the peaceable possession of the above-mentioned land in Whudborouoli

WHADBOROUGH. The indenture

of covenants between the

1606. 15 April

165.

4 Jac. I. 16 April

166. Indenture for the

'

267

All Soulne Colledge

Lord Cromwell and

'

Cojpy

conveyance of the lands of Owston priory in "SMiadborough by Lord Cromwell to Anthony Davyes, of

Both

Oxford, to the use of All Souls' College

1606.

167.

A

'

bargaine and sale of Owston lands

'

to

Wm.

"parts

Byrde

Imperfect draft

monastery of Owston by Lord Cromwell to Antony Davyes

4 Jac. I. 20 April

168. Sale of the lands of the late

4 Jac.

169. Fine for the conveyance of

I.

Owston lands to Davyes Tiuo copies

Easter

Coke and Doddridge of the lands in Whadborough late belonging to the priories of Launde and Northampton and to Gregory Lord Cromwell

Grant by James

4 Jac. I. 19 May

170.

4 Jac.

171. Sale

20

I.

by Lord Cromwell to Sir Edw. Coke and John Doddridge Whadborough belonging to the priories of Launde and Northampton, and those granted to Gregory Lord Cromwell by Henry VIII.

May

4 Jac.

T.

to

I.

of the lands in

172. Exemplification of a recovery

by Dr. Birde of the lands con-

veyed to Anthony Davyes

2 June

4 Jac. I. 10 June

173. Sale

by Edward Wymarke, of London, to All

Whadborough belonging James and Launde

his lands in St. 174.

Souls' College of

to the late priories of

Three drafts of the preceding, with a memorandum of entry 15 Sept. 1606, and an abstract of Elizabeth's grant of land to Wymark, 21 Oct., 30 Eliz.

by Dr. Birde of the lands

4 Jac. I. 9 July

175. Exemplification of a recovery

4 Jac. I. 14 July

176.

Whadborough granted to Coke and Doddridge Wymark's deed of feoffment to the College

4 Jac. I. 15 July

177.

Grant by James

1

I.

I.

I.

College, of the lands in the priories of Launde and

a rent of 34^.

179.

Power of attorney to enter into possession of lands at Whadborough leased to John Yonge, of Newington

180.

The

list

of the

to receive seisin of the land

and of other lands to Sir

181.

The College's power Whadborough

182.

Power

12 March

bought from

Committee of the House of Commons

sider a bill for the confirmation of certain Souls' College

5 Jac.

for

to

Power of attorney Edw. Wymarke

15 Oct.

1607. 29 April

All Souls'

178.

Sept.

4 Jac.

to

Whadborough belonging Northampton,

4 Jac.

I.

in

Wm.

to conlands to All

Smith

of attorney to distrain on certain lands at

of attorney by All Souls' College to distrain at Midlebarowe, Reddhill, and other lands at Whadborough

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

268 6 Jac. I. 6 June

an act of parliament, 4 Jac. I., entitled acte for confyrmacion of certayii landes to the Warden and Colledge of the Soules of all faythefull people deceased of Oxon, and of other landes to Sir Wm. Smyth, knight.'

183. Exemplification of '

An

184. Draft of the preceding, with notes of the evidence to



be shown

to the committees in parliament on behalf of the College 1 608. 3 June

1

[1608.]

185.

Information of Sir Cuthbert Pepper on behalf of the coheirs of John Tamworth against the College, whereupon the depositions of 7 Feb. 1610 were taken

186.

Answer of Warden Hoveden and others

to the said informa-

tion Eliz. Jac. I.

Jac.

I.

187.

Bundle of 24 papers relating to the proceedings between the College and John Tamworth, for lands at Tylton in Whadborough

188.

Bundle of papers concerning the and Tamworth

189.

Bundle of papers concerning a

suit

between the College

suit of

Colby Tamworth and

his heirs against the College for land at Halstead

1608-9. 24 Jan.

Copy of a grant by John Askewe of Northborowe to John Cleypoole of a close at Whadboroughe, leased to him by Edw. Lord Cromwell, dated 11 Dec, 42 Eliz.

190.

Copy of a deed of sale of Whadborough by to William Whalley

191.



Sir

Wm.

Smith



192.

Copy of a lease of Whadborowe by Edw. Lord Cromwell to John Askewe, of Norborowe, dated 29 Jan., 41 Eliz.



193.

Copy of the poole to

sale of the lease of

Wm.

Whadboroughe by John Cley-

Smyth, dated 16

Oct.,

43

Eliz.

James Ley, the king's attorney of the Court of Wards and Liveries, in the case of the coheirs of John

194. Keplication of Sir

160*J.

3 June

Tamworth 1609-10. 7 Feb. 8 Jac. 1

I.

on behalf of the coheirs of John against the College

195. Depositions of witnesses

Tamworth

196. Letter of attorney for entry at

Whadborough

June

1612.

197.

Power of attorney to John Boice and Martin Sheene on the College lands at Whadborough

198.

'

199.

Directions to

make

entry on

The valuation of Halstead

'

to enter

Draft

'

Whadborough down by Christopher

set

Allen,

1612, in progress' 200.

1606-12.

'

Sergeant Nicoll's valuation of Halstead and part of Whadborough claimed by All Souls' College Five copies

201. Seven receipts for rents of

Whadborough due

to the king

202. Eight copies of fines for lands at Halstead, 33 Eliz. to Jac.

I.

1

WHADBOROUGH. Jac.

269

203. Four copies of a brief of the College against Lord and Lady and Francis "VNTiarton, Sir George Dalston, and NichoUs, a draft of interrogatories and a petition of the College to the Lord Chancellor in the same suit

I.

Wm.

15-20

Jac.

I.

204. Bundle of papers containing proceedings, &c., in a suit of the College against Sir George Dalston and William Nicholls for a trespass at Whadborough 205. Bundle of papers concerning the suit between Sir George and Francis Nicolls, Philip Lord Wharton, Dalston, and Dorothy his wife, heirs of Tamworth, and All Souls'

1620.

Wm.

College

behalf of the College against Sir George % Dalston and others

206. Depositions on

207. Depositions [referring to the same suit] 208.

[Jac. I.]

[Eliz.-Jac.

L]

1661.

A

209.

A

210.

A

211.

8 April

paper giving particulars about H. Wallop's property there

Wappenham Wilde and P.

1

.

Sir

Endd.

of writings and evidences concerning Whadborough, Parts I. and II.

list

bundle of papers, being copies of documents, terriers, &c., numbered 1-31, concerning Whadborough, of which a list is given in the preceding catalogue, Part II.

Power of attorney by John Palmer, Warden, and the College to Edward Astyn and Francis Skury to take possession of the Great and Lesser Friths at Wappenham Copy

24 Car. II. 212. Sale by Fras. Lord Hawley and the other trustees for the sale 19 March of crown rents, to Sir Joseph Sheldon, of rents in the manor of Rolleston, the vicarage of Husband Bosworth, the manor of Whitwick, Launde Park and Westwoods, the site of the piiory of Launde, Whadborough, Lodington and Tilton, in Leicestershire

30 Car. 9

II.

213.

Conveyance of the feefarm rent of Whadboroughe, &c., by Sir Joseph Sheldon to All Souls' College

214.

Bundle of 16

March 1761.

and papers ' relating to the inclosure of Wild,' with a printed copy of the act of parliament for the enclosure letters

Wappenham 215.

Seven papers, being evidences of

216. Copies of 217. Extract

lists

and memoranda concerning the

Whadborough

documents relating to Whadborough

from Domesday Book

of the entries

concerning

Alsted and Rotelye, Leic. 218. Extracts explaining the

[16th cent.] 219. Coloured

map

boroughe

meaning

on vellum

of a carucate of land

entitled

'The Plat of Whate-

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

270

LETTERS. 220.

The bursar an

of

All Souls'

of All Souls' College 221.

Wm.

Yard

to

May

4



Desires them to favour 222. Thos. Parry to All Souls' College Lord Cromwell's suit to them for lands which they claim The Court in his close called Whadborough. :

P.

Signed. 1559.

May

25

1559.

26

May

1562.

10

May



Gives names of Mr. Lante, vicar of Tilton Whadborough House and Spot meadow field Mutilated :

occupiers of

1559.

College to :— Containing held by the prior of Launde Mutilated. Pp. 2

offer of a lease of the lands

1.

Add. Endd.

223. Hen. Lord Cromwell to All Souls' College :— Will be much obliged to them, and his friend Mr. Treasurer will also, if they will grant him the lease for which he has sued their favour. Launde Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.



Warner to Lord Cromwell Has received his letter asking the College to come to some determination about their land in Whadborough. The prior of Launde had only leases from the College, but no estate of inheritance. If Lord Cromwell can get the lease in reversion granted to Eafe Chamberlain, the College may be able to satisfy him Pp. 2. Draft. Endd.

224. Dr.

:

225. Dr.

Warner

to

Eobert Brooksby

:

— Has

collected certain

evidences of which he gives a list, and will send them Brooksby will let him know the day of Leicester assizes

Draft. [1562.]

26 June

6 Feb.

Pp. 2



Sends a copy of an 226. Eobt. Brokesbye to Warden Warner: injunction awarded to him in the Exchequer. Hopes to answer it more easily than Lord Cromwell expects. Sywolbye. Hoi. P. 1. Add. Endd.



227. Kobert Brokesby to All Souls' College An account of the proceedings of Lord Cromwell against him touching :

Whadborough. London 22 Oct.

if

Asks the College to take up his case. Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.



Humfrey Brokesbie Sends a servant to bring to London evidences which the College has prepared to prove their title to Whadborough Hoi. P. 1. Add. Endd.

228. Kobt. Brokesbie to

:



229. [Hoveden] to Mr. Yelverton Accepts an offer to help them in their case against Lord Cromwell, on consideration of a lease of the land in question :

Draft.

1577.

24

May

Pp.

2.

Endorsed by Hoveden



230. Robt. Brookesbic to [Warden Hoveden] Will be in London next month, ready to produce evidence and information about Whadborough. Sholbye Endd. Hoi. P. 1 :

.

WHADBOROUGH. 1578-9. 14 Feb.

271



Parted with his lease of Cave to Sir Fras. Walsingham Whadboroiigh to Grregory, father of the present Lord Henry Cromwell. The College wished him to buy the lands. Baggrave Signed. P. 1 With an attestation of its authenAdd. ticity by Walsingham.

231. Fras.

:

.

1582. 19 Nov.

232.

A

233.

Lord Chief Justice and Justice Periam to Lord Cromwell: Have to report on his case with All Souls' College, to the Lord Chancellor. Declared their opinions to his brother Thos. Cromwell, and ask for an answer. Hertford

copy of the preceding

P.

Draft.

1582-3.

234.

20 Jan.

1

585

G.



Walsingham to the Lord Treasurer [Burleigh] and Walter Mildmay The case between the College and Cromwell comes on shortly. Asks them to be present at the hearing. The Court Pp. 2. Endd. Drafts.

235. Sir Fras.

Sir

:



My

237. Dr.

9 Aug.

:

Greenwich

Hovenden

Hoi.

to Mr. Carter

and directions 238.

1.

Add.

Endd.



Hoi.

Henry Lord Cromwell

Pp.

Add.

2.

John Harrington and Dr. Chepthe defects in the ' plott made by Mr. Gierke, at the suggestion of Harrington and Cheppingdale. Lawnde Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

pingdale

:

to Sir

— Complains of

'

Walsingham to the Judges of the Common Pleas In favour of the College, whose case comes on on Thursday. Cave's letter to him of 14 Feb. 1578 is genuine. The Court Signed. P. 1. Add.

1588-9. 26 Jan.

239. Fras.

1 593. 15 Sept.

240. All Souls' College to the Earl of Bath lent

the

:

by him at their

new

last trial.

trial

241. All Souls' College

:— Thanks for evidences Ask him to lend some for Draft. P. I. Add.

to the Earl of

evidences for their

new

Bath:— Ask

the loan of

trial

P. 1594-5. 10 March

P.

Particulars about his health All for the suit with Lord Cromwell. :

Souls' College

1586. 27 Aug.



lies to Dr. Hovenden, in London Sends copies of his master's [Walsingham's] letters to Burleigh and INIildmay. Hoveden may use his own discretion about the

236. Francis

delivery.

1586.

Endd.

Lord Cromwell to Chief Justice Sir Edm. Anderson and Wm. Peeryam, justice Has already answered their proposal. Is willing to pay the College rent for the land they claim, but not arrears. Northelmham. Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. :

7 Feb.



1.

1.

Copy.

Add.

Endd.



242. Edw. Lord Cromwell to one of the jury Desires his appearance at the King's Bench on Monday, 19 May, in the suit of Thos. Carter against Cleypole, Lord Cromwell's farmer. :

Northelmham

Signed.

P.

1.

Endd.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

272

1595. 14 April



243. Thos. Carter to Mr. Pepworth Sends money for his journey into Devon for Lord Bath's documents. Particulars about :

what

is

wanted from them.

Cambridge P.

Copy. 1595. 9 April

244. All Souls' College to the Earl of Bath his evidences to be searched for

Watebirge 1595. 28 April

245.

Fulk Fitzwarren.

Warden Hoveden tendance at

246.

to

The

:— Ask

if

Henry

Endd.

1.

he will allow grant of

II.'s

Oxford Copy.

P.

Endd.

1.



some of the jury': Desire their atthe suit between Carter and Cleypole. Oxford P. 1. Draft. Endd. to

'

College to the Lord Treasurer [Burleigh]

sistance in their suit with

Latin. Draft. Thesaurario

P.

Endd.

1.

cum

:

—Beg

his as-

Lord Cromwell '

esset Oxonise

Supplicatio

Domino

'

247. Draft of a petition to the Lord Treasurer to procure a speedy end to their suit with Lord Cromwell

Pp. [1595.]

248.

Queen Elizabeth

to

:

2.

Endorsed by Hoveden

— Orders them to

settle the case

between the College and Lord Cromwell Copy. Pp. 2. Endd. The Queen's Maties. pleasure '

upon a peti[ti]on concerning Whadborough 1595. 18 June

249.

to Mr. Harbert All Souls' College have lately exhibited a petition to the Queen about their case with Lord Cromwell. Asks him to

John Whitgift, archbp. of Canterbury,

show Her Majesty the

full effect

:

and truth of their cause P. 1. Endd.



Desires his 250. Archbp. [Whitgift] to the Lord Treasm-er further assistance and favour for All Souls' College in their suit with Lord Cromwell. They have sent a petition to the :

Queen 1603. 15 Jan.

261.

Two

Signed.

drafts of a petition

P.

Lord Cromwell. appended a declaration of their title to decide their suit with

To one

252. Drafts of 3 petitions from All Souls' College to cerning their suit with Lord Cromwell

263.

605.

3 June

605-6. 15 Jan.

1

Endd. Queen

draft is

James

I.

con-

I. to Sir John Popham and the other Justices of the Commands them to grant execution acKing's Bench cording to the laws in favour of the College against Lord Cromwell Three copies

James

:

1

1.

of All Souls' College to the



Lord Chief Justice grant them execution in the same suit

254. All Souls' College to the

:

—Beg Draft.

him P.

to 1

256. All Souls' College to the arbitrators appointed by the comComplain of the injury they have suffered by mission: the length of their suit with Lord Cromwell



Latin.

Copy.

P.

1

WHADBOROUGH. 1606.

273

256. All Souls' College to the Earl of Dorset:

— Upon coming to

an agreement with Lord Cromwell, petitioned the king for the extinguishing of a rent of 34L unjustly laid upon their Ask him to recommend their suit to the Barons lands.

23 June

of the Exchequer

P.]. 1606. 9 Nov.

JS^ote

by Dorset at the foot.

Endd.

to the Barons of the Exchequer :— Ask to decide their petition about the rent of 34^. shortly

257. All Souls' College

them

P.

and favourably 1606-7. 4 Feb.

Add.

I.

Add.

258. All Souls' College to Sir Julius Caesar, Chancellor of the chequer : About the rent of 34^. Beg his favoiu^

Ex-



Draft.

P.

I.

Add.

259. Draft of a letter concerning the rent of Sil. wrongfully imposed on the College by their agreement with Lord Cromwell, endorsed ' A Certificate for All Souls' College in

P.

Oxford 1608. 1 1

Nov.

1



States an offer of his 260. Thos. Cromwell to Warden Hoveden father to lay open his secrets and endeavour to procure some evidence for the good of the College. Middle Temple :

Signed.

Add.

P.

1



Sends the names of persons to to Hoveden be examined before the commissioners. Add. On the same paper are drafts of two letters from Hoveden to House and Garter on the same subject

Henry House

1609.

261.

1609.

262. Robert Pilkington to Mr. Mather: A commission has been appointed to examine witnesses in the College's suit con-

19 Aug.

:



cerning Whadborough, in the Court of Wards. Asks him to agree to Leicester, the 14th Sept., which are the time and place fixed Copy. P. 1



263. Richard



Mather to Mr. Pilkington The time fixed is too Lord Wharton and Sir Gfeo. Dalston, for whom he and the other coheirs of Tamworth are altogether un:

early. acts,

provided for this cause 1

609.

21 Aug.

1609.

1609. 27 Aug.

P.

1



264. Robert Pilkington to [Hoveden] Sends copies of the commission to Beaumont, Haselrigg, and himself, and of letters passed between him and Mather. Leicester P. 1 :

265.

Hoveden

266.

Hoveden

25 Aug.



Copy.



to Pilkington: Will be ready to meet the commission on St. Matthew's Day and wishes him to inform Mr. Mather and persuade him to hold that day



to House Is sorry the day proposed for the commission would not suit. Has wi'itten to Mr. Pilkington to say he will be content with St. Matthew's Day :



267. Pilkington to Mather : Wishes to know if he will consent to the sitting of the commission on St. Matthew's Day

Copy. I

P.

I

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

274 1609. 28 Aug. 1609.

29 Aug.

:— Will be ready by St. Matthew's Day. Asks if he will compound for the diet of the commissioners and the witnesses Coyy. P. 1

268. Richard Mather to Mr. Pilkington

269. Pilkington to Hoveden :— Sends on Mr. Mather's letter to himself. Has made arrangements for the attendance of witnesses P. 1. Add.

270. All Souls' College

Haselrigg

Hoveden above

Beaumont and

to Sir Thos.

sit

:

Three drafts.

letters

Pp. 3

Lord Treasurer (Salisbury):—Desire leave to proceed at the common law against the coheirs of Tamworth in spite of the order of the Court of Wards

[1605-12.]

271. All Souls' College to the

P. Salisbury

Draft.

I.

At

the foot is

a note signed by

272. All Souls' College to the attorney of the Court of

On 1611-12. 5 Feb.

Sir Thos.

— Request them to on the 14th or 15th Sept. to Harry House — Desires liim to deliver the ;

the same subject

Wards

Draft.

:

P.

1

273. [Hoveden] to Christopher Allen :— Desires him to help Mr. John Whalye, who intends to take a view of Halstead which

Sergeant Nicolls has purchased and offers to sell to the College. Draft of a receipt by Dr. Hoveden of a trunk of evidences from Ann, widow of Thos. Carter 1612.

274. All Souls' College to

Ask whether

29 April

George Abbot, achbp. of Canterbury :^ them to submit to arbi-

their statutes allow

trators their suit with Sergeant Nicolls concerning

Whad-

borough. If so, wish the Archbishop and Lord Chancellor to be arbitrators on their part 1619.

275. Petition of All Souls' College to

Lord Verulam, Lord Chan-

bring an action of trespass against Lord Wharton and the other coheirs of Tamworth

cellor, for leave to

P. 276. Ric. at

Towse

to

Warden Sheldon

:

— Information

Wappenham

1.

Endd.

about a lane P. 1. Add.

LEASES. 37 Hen. VI. 10 Oct.

1459-66.

2

Edw. IV. 23 Jan.

1.

2.

3.

Lease by AH Souls' College of the lordship of Whadborowe to Thos. Neele, of Oselweston

Lease by

Wm.

lordship

of

Poteman, warden of All Souls' College, of the Watbarow, to Thomas [Frysseby], prior of

Lawnde,

for

10 years

Similar lease, rent

61. 13s.

4d

Both parts

WHADBOROUGH. 21 Hen. VIII. 2 Nov.

4.

„ 31 Hen. VIII.

Lease by All Souls' College, of lands in Wadborowe and elsewhere in Leicestershire, to John Lancastre, prior, and the convent of Launde Cancelled

Sealed

5.

Similar lease

6.

Lease by All Souls' College of their lands in Wadborowe and elsewliere in Leicestershire to Francis Cave, of London, Both parts and a copy LL.D.

20 March 7.



275

6 Edw. VI. 16 Nov.

8.

2 Eliz.

9.

29 Sept.

Two bonds

of Francis Cave

Lease of the College lands in Wadborowe, or elsewhere in Leicestershire, to Rauffe Chamberlen, of Beconsfelde

Of the manor of Whadborow alias Shewlby

to

Robert Brokesby, of Siwolby, Both parts and bond

Torn



10.

Copy

of the preceding.

„ 28 Eliz. 18 July

11.

Bond

of All Souls' College to Robert Brokesby

12.

Lease of the manor of Whadborough to Thos. Carter, of the Middle Temple Both parts and bond

28 Eliz. 20 Sept.

13.

Power of attorney of Thos. Carter to take possession of Whadborough, leased to him by the College

32 Eliz. 21 July

14.

Power of attorney by All

32 Eliz. 22 July

15.

Lease of Whadborough to Thos. Carter

35 Eliz. 22 Oct.

16.

Lease of Whadborough to Tlios. Carter, of the Middle Temple, for 20 years Both parts

36

17.

Power of attorney by Thos. Carter to enter into the manor of Whadborough, leased to him by All Souls' College

18.

Agreement between the warden of All Souls' and Thos. Carter, of the Middle Temple, for the granting of a lease to him of lands in Weedon and Weston, on his surrender of the lease of Whadborough Both parts

Eliz.

8 June

45

Eliz.

19 Nov.

19.

„ 1 Jac. I. 1

Souls' College to receive from Thos. Carter the surrender of a lease of Whadborough

Bond

of the warden for the performance of the above

20. Carter's release of

Whadborough

21.



Power of attorney by Thos. Carter

Whadborough „

4 Jac.

I.

to surrender the to All Souls' College

22.

Power of attorney to of Whadborough

23.

Power of attorney by

Yonge the lands

15 Oct.

which they have „ 14 Jac. 1

to the College

Dec.

I.

Oct.

manor

of

receive Carter's surrender of the lease

John Launde Priory, at Whadborough, him

All Souls' College to deliver to

of

let to

24.

Power of attorney to receive possession

25.

Lease of pasture at Whadborough to butcher T 2

Wm.

Paule, of London,

Both parts

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

276 18 Jac. I. 25 Oct.

26.

Lease of Whadl)oroug-h Close to

18 Jac. I. 6 Dec.

27.

Bond

3 Car.

I.

Wm.

Paule

Paule to the College

close called Whadboroiigh, a tenement, and other land, to Greo. Paule, of Westham, Essex, grazier, and Both parts and license to let William Paule, M.A.

29.

Of a messuage in Whadborough, Whadborough Great Close, and other land, to Geo. Paule, of Oselweston, and Wm.

Bond

Paule, D.D. 1

3 Car. I. 31 Oct.

Both parts

28. Lease of the

29 Oct. 8 Car. I. 31 Oct.

of

Wm.

30.

Of a messuage

in

enclosed

Whadborough, Whadborough Great

Close,

and Brookborowe, to Geo. Paule, of Oselweston, and Samuel Clark, of King's Thrupp, D.D.

Bond

31.

Of the same

32.

Of Whatborowe Great Close by Gilbert Sheldon, Warden All Souls', to George Paule and Samuel Gierke

33.

Of the east part of Whadborough Great Close, Brookborough, and Woodmeadow, to Edward Cheselden, of Ouston

1795. 21 Oct.

34.

Of the west part of Whadborough Great Close and the Oatmeadow, Great-meadow, Eam-meadow, and Long-meadow, to Mrs. Eawworth With license to let



35.

Of a messuage and the

15 Car.

I.

to the

same

enclosed

28 Oct.

1781.

30 Oct.

of

east part of Whadborough Great Brookborough, and Woodmeadow, all in Whadborough, otherwise Whatbridge, to Edward Cheselden, of Close,

Somerby 36.

Of the same



37.

Of the west part of Whadborough Great Close, the Oat, Kam, and Long Meadows, to Mrs. Mary Eaworth Both parts and license to let

1809.

38.

Of the

1802.

to

Edw. Cheselden

Both parts

23 Oct.

east part of

Whadborough Great

Wood Meadow, and

25 Oct.

Close,

Brookborough,

other lands to Thos. Cross

Both parts „

39.

Of the west part of the close to John Heycock and Henry Hensman, executors of Wm. Beaumont, late of Withcote Lodge

1816. 2 Nov.

40.

Of the



41.

Of the west part of the close executors of Wm. Beaumont

1823. 3 Nov.

42.

Of a messuage and the

1825.

43.

10 Nov.

east part of the close to Thos. Cross

to

Both parts

Heycock and Hensman,

east part of the Great Close to Thos.

Cross

Of the west part of the Great Close

to

Both parts John Dawson Barnard Both parts

WHATELEY. 1830. 3 Nov.

44.

Of

same

to the

same

1837. 3 Nov.

45.

Of the same

to the

same

tlie

277

Both parts and license

to let

WHATELEY. 5 Edw. VI.

1.

25 July

Grant by George Owen, physician to Edward VI,, and Thos. ]\Iatliewe, of Gurdin's land, in Cuddcsdon and Whateley, lately held by Thos. Day, to Edward Nappcr, of Halywell



2.

Copy of the above

1558. 8 Aug.

3.

Will of Edw. Napper, of Holywell. Bequeaths 3^. to All 6s. ScZ. to the Souls' College Chapel, to buy ornaments warden 40s. to the fellows, probationers, and chaplains ;

;

;

mass and dirige sung for him and to tlie College, lands in South Petherton, Somerset, lately a cliuntry of St. John's, worth 4^. 16s. yearly, and a tenement in Whateley, Oxon, worth 31s. yearly, on condition of their keeping his obit, and Notarial copy giving 10s. to the poor 10s. to the clerks, choristers, &c., present at the ;

2 Eliz.

4.

Midi.

20 8

Eliz.

Memorandum at

5.

May

of rent due from the College for a tenement

Whateley

Wm.

Napper, of Holiwell, of a messuage and 100 Wlieatley, lately held by Joan Day, to James, master of University College, and others

Grant by acres

Wm.

in

Both parts „

6.

Wm.

Indenture between

James, master of University ColRobt. Hovenden, \\^arden of All Souls' College, Wm. Napper, of Preston, and Wm. Napper, of Holliwell, for conveyance of land in South Petherton and Wheutley to All Souls' College

lege,

and others

;



21 Eliz. Easter

7.

Fine for the conveyance of a tenement in Wheatley by Napper to W. James, master of University College

21 Eliz. 4 July

8.

Lease by

W.

Tivo copies



James, master of

others, of land in 9.

Lease by in

22 Eliz. 4 May

Wm. W.

Wheatley

to

University College, and

James and Richard Day

James, master of University College, of land

Wheatley

to

Wm.

Napper

by Wm. James, master of University College, of land in South Petherton and ^^'^ateley to Robt. Hovenden, warden of All Souls' College Both parts

10. Sale

'

See 'South Petherton,' under the same date

(p.

229).

ARCHrVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

278

22

Eliz.

11.

24

Eliz.

12.

Sheriff's acquittance for a fine for '

Napper's bond against his wife's dower in South Petherton

and

7 Sept. Car. I.

1'

11

13.

March

laud in Wliateley

"NVlieatley

Sale by Thos. and William ^\'ildgoose of their lease of a tenement and 100 acres of land in Whateley, Oxon, belonging- to All Souls' College, to Richard Powell, of Forrest Hill,

Oxon

LEASES. 12 Eliz. 4 Nov. 15 Jac. I. 29 Oct.

L

10 Car.

1.

2.

Lease by All Souls' College of land in Wlieatley to Jaraes and Richard Day Bond enclosed

Of a tenement and 100 acres

in

Richard Wildgose 3.

Of

20 April

a tenement and 100 acres in

Forest Hill,

Wheatley to William and Both parts and bond

Wheatley

to Ric. Powell, of

Oxon

License to Wm. Brown, of the University of Oxford, cook, to let a tenement and a hundred acres in Whateley

1771. 10 April

4.

1778. 16 April

5.

1806. 12 April

6.

Of a tenement

1810.

7

Of

8.

Of a tenement

Lease of a tenement and a hundred acres in Wheatley to

Wm.

Brown in

Wheatley

to

William Davis

a tenement in

Wheatley

to

William Davis

Wheatley

to

William Davis

25 April 1817.

in

30 April

WESTON TUEVILLE. [14G0.]

1.

Car.

2.

Complaint of William Walker, David William, executors of the late Warden Kele, parson of Weston Turvyl, and Oweyn Pole, against Sir Thos. Grcnehyllc, priest, and others, who assaulted Pole and detain the property of the

Vellum

deceased T,

roll

Earl of Soutluunpton and others to Sir Harry Baggot and others of the manor of Weston-upon-Trent,

Lease by

tlie

Staffordshire

28 Car. II. 7 Nov.

3.

28 Car.

4.

11.

Settlement by Wm. Hill of the advowson of Weston Turville on his son William

Fine

for

tlie

conveyance of Weston Turville by Wm. Durfy

Wm.

and

JMary Hill to 2

W. & M.

6.

15 Oct.

Sale by

Wm.

Hill, jun., of the

advowson of Weston Turville

to All Souls' College 6.

Another deed concerning the

sale

TAKNTON.

>

279

YAENTON. 1731.

1.

7 Sept.

2.

Printed copy of tbe will of Dr. George Clarke, witb an extract from tbe original will

1720-80.

3.

^Memorandum

1844. 10 July

4.

Vaugban Tbomas,

5.

Two

]

5

Grant by Benjamin Sweete, of St. Clement Danes, to Dr. George Clarke, of bis rigbt of patronage in tbe churcb of Yarnton

1734. 4 Dec.

1858. 6 Nov.

&

of presentations to Yarnton

vicar of Yarnton, to All Souls' College Encloses a printed statement of tbe Titbes Commissioners letters of J.

:

M. Davenport

to Dr. Leigbton, witb

list

of

incumbents, 1619-1803

ABSTEACTA CHAETAEUM SPECTANTIUM TEEEAS COLLEGII. were 7nade in the sixteentli and seventeenth centuries, are written on paper rolls, covered vnth the leaves of vellum manuscripts, which, doubtless, once formed part of the

These

lists

and

College Library/. 1.

2.

Cbarters of foundation, privileges, &c.

Alberbury, Shropsbire

3.

Boseyat, Nortbamptonsbire

4.

Buckland, Surrey

5.

Crendon, Buckingbamsbire

6.

Edgeware, Middlesex

7.

Googy

8.

Harpsden, alias Hardinge, Oxfordsbire

9.

10. 11.

Hall, &c.,

Kent

Horsbam, Upcburcb, Halstowe,

&c.,

Kent

Kingslmry, Edgeware, and Stanraore, Middlesex

Langenitb and

St. Clare,

Soutb Wales

12.

Langiey Marsb and Upton, Buckingbamsbire

13.

Lewknor, Oxfordsbire

14.

Lockinge, Berksbire

15.

Mallories, Middlesex

16.

Moorton, Buckingbamsbire

17.

Newlands, Kent

18.

Oxford

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

280

19.

Pad bury, Buckinghamshire

20.

Eomney and Upchurch, Kent

21. Salford, Bedfordshire

22. Scotuey, Blechinge,

23.

and Ockholte, Kent

South Pedderton, Somersetshire

24. Staunton Harcourt, Oxfordshire 26.

Wedon

26.

Whateley and Cuddesdon, Oxfordshire

Pinkney, Northamptonshire

ACCOUNTS OF WOOD SALES. Sales

by the College of wood and underwood at the following

places

32 Hen. VI. 10 Aug.

1.

:

At Hamelyn's

londes,

Thos. Nichol], of

On 49 Hen. VI. 12 Nov. 7

Edw. VI. 3 March

Godewyus, and Patforde's Grove, to

Hendon the dorse

2.

At

3,

At Hamelyns londes,

'

Memoranda

Mayesfeld and Alyenslonde, Shepard, of Kyngesbury &c., to

of sales in 1536

Kyngesbury,

to

'

Wm.

John Nicholl, John Lambe, and

others

12 Hen. VII. 4 Nov.

4.

At Old Field Grove and Chery Londe, Kingsbury, to John Hoddesdon and William Payne

9 Hen. VIII. 1 April

5.

At

17 Hen. VIII. 26 Oct.

6.

At Crekyll Woddes,

18 Hen. VIII.

7.

At Grett Brokhyll Wood, Edgewarc, and John Warner

20 Hen. VIII. 22 March

8.

At Langley

24 Hen. VIII. 18 Nov.

9.

At Wakeman's

5 ]May

28 Hen. VIII. 1

10.

March

Wappnam

Frethe, to Eichard

jNIiddlesex, to

West William Fade

Closes,

Paper

Edgeware, to Henry Hoddesdon

At Prenteys Croftes, &c., in Willesden, Chelsehyth, Fulham, and Paddington, parcel of the mauor of Malaroyes, to Thos. Norwode and Win. Slieperde

11.

At Summer

30 Hen. VIII. 16 Nov.

12.

At Hamondes Landes, ^^c,

32 Hen. VIII.

13.

At Hatch Furlong and Pondalles, Bucks, to John and Wm. Style

14.

At Three

32 Hen. VIII. 22 Oct.

Richard Nettylton

to Richard Cartar

29 Hen. VIII. 30 Jan.

17 June

to

Paper

Croftes, Kingsbury, to Thos. Frley

Crofts,

in

Hendon, in

to Thos.

Norwod

Fulmer and Wexham,

Kingsburv, to Richard Sheperde

WOOD

SALES.

281

32 Hen. VIII. 12 Nov.

15.

At Great Brokyll Wood

35 Hen. VIII. 29 April

16.

At the Busshe, in Hendon,to John Warner and Henry Hayly

35 Hen. VIII.

17.

At Myll Hylles, Kingsbury,

to

Henry Hayly

to Kichard

Shepard

2 .Alay

At Little Brockle Wode to John Warner, Thomas Norwode, and Henry Haily

35 Hen. VIII. 6 Nov.

18.

36 Hen. VIII. 20 Sept.

19.

At Wakeman's Closes

to



20.

At Newlandes

Edgeware, to William Creting, parson and Henry Downer

Close,

Henry Hoddesdon

of Great Stanmarr,

36 Hen. VIII. 4 Oct.

21.

At Wadley Closes, Stone and Howes Wm. Cooke

Crofts,

Kingsbury, to

37 Hen. VIII. 22. At Short Doucs, Stredforde, Longe Mayes Feld and Croker's Land to Thos. Shepard 4 Oct.

Mede and Bery

37 Hen. VIII. 23. At Bery Bush, Bery Henry Haily 20 Oct.

38 Hen. VIII. 24. At Crokham Park, Upchurch, to 4 Nov.

Hill Fyld, Edgeware, to

Wm.

Cooke

Edw. VI. 21 Sept.

25.

At jNIylponde Combis, and the hedgerows in Earlesberye, to Thos. Norwood and Henry Hay lye With the purchasers' bond

Edw. VI. 27 Sept.

26.

At

3 Edw. VI.

27.

At Willesden and elsewhere in the manor of jMalaroys to Wm. Shepard

28.

At Kowses, Hendon,to Thos. Norwood, of Motche Howghton,

1

2

7

May

4 Edw. VI. 1

May

Robertesfilde, Coles Land, and Eydonshot, Kingsbury, to Thos. Shephard

Paper

Northamptonshire



29.

At the Haye, Hendon,

5 Edw. VI.

30.

At the Westwood, Newington, to Sir John Mason

6 Edw. VI. 21 Sept.

31.

At Honyeslow, Aleyus Land, and other



32.

At Three Crofts Shepard

33.

At Crekle Woods

34.

At Great Brokhill Wood

35.

At Myll Hilles

36.

At

to Nicholas

Fynche

Paper

4 Nov.

1

Mary.

closes in

Kingsbury,

to Thos. Shepard

Paper and

to

Eedinges, in

Wm.

Kingsbury, to

Wm.

Sheppard

8 Dec. 1

&2 1

P.

& M.

„ 2

to

Henry Haylye

May

& 3 P. & M. 3 Nov.

to

Little Brokhill

Hay ley

Wm.

Shepard

Wood

to Christopher Arundell

and Henry Both parts

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

282

4

& 5 P. & M.

37.

At Stone Howse and Wadlayefes

11 Nov.

Closes,

Kingsbury, to \Vm.

Sliepard

At Berye Bushe,

&c., to Christopher Aruudell, of All Souls'

3 Eliz. 1 Dec.

38.

3 Eliz.

39.

At Broadfield and Mill Pond's Coombes, and elsewhere Edgeware to Harry Hayley the elder

4 Eliz. 1 Nov.

40.

At

1568. 5 May

41.

At Old Hey Hills, Petfordes Hendon, to John Tamworth

12 Eliz.

42.

At

Wood

to

John Halye



43.

At Great Brockle Wood

to

John Dudley of Stoke Newington

14 Eliz. 4 May

44.

At the west part of Salford Wood, and other woods

15 Eliz. 5 May

45.

At Wadleyes, Stone, and House and draper of London

15 Eliz.

46.

At Fulmer, Bucks,

47.

At Berye Coomes, Wakeman's, Cherry Landes, and other places in Edgeware, Hendon, and Wilsden, to Robert Stransham, of Wilton

College

20 Dec.

4

Wapnam

in

PVyethe to Antony Leson

Little Brockle

and Fardinge

Closes,

Bond

Hills,

enclosed

May Bond

enclosed

in Salford,

to Richard Charnock, of Holcott

to

Crofts to

Henry Maye,

citizen

Paper

Ambrose Gyllinge

8 Oct.

17 Eliz. 9 Oct.

By Robert Stransham,

of Berye Comes, to

1576. 10 Dec.

48.

20 Eliz. 23 Sept.

49.

At Berrye Bushe

26 Eliz. 24 Oct.

50.

At Great and Little Brokhill Woods of the Middle Temple

32 Eliz. 4 Feb.

51.

At Fullmer or Waxam, Bucks, Thomas Duckett

32 Eliz. 23 Oct.

52.

44

53.

Eliz.

Eliz.

Eliz.

54.

I.

55.

to Christopher

Edmund

Paper

At Blanchettfeld Coomes, Edgeware,

At Bushfield Queach,

Hovenden,

Kedermister and

in Wilsden

to

Henry Gooder and Paper

and Fulluim,

At Mallaries

Croft,

in

Richard

to

Wilsden and FuUiam,

At Farthinge

to

Roger

Paper Hills

and

tlie

Hey,

Hendon,

Turnor

to

William

Paper

56.

At Pckenhallcs and Lyde Pekenlialls, Daveys, of the Inner Temple

57.

At Cullyn Shottes (Kingsbury), to Michael Page

14 Jidy 17 Jac. I. 9 Aug.

to

Paper

Batt

13 Feb. 5 Jac.

Wm. Wyghtman

Franklin

29 Jan.

44

to

Edward Archer

25 Jan.

44

Henry Ooodere and

Thos. Waters

in Al!)erbury, to Thos.

WOOD

SALES.

283

3 Edw. VI.

58.

Thorns sold in Tythersliill Copies to the use of Windsor College, All Souls' College, and INIaster William Dormer,

1571-86.

59.

Expenses, receipts, and wood sales

1573-1607.

60.

Covenants entered into by the purchasers of wood at Alberbury, Fulham, Hendon, Brockell Wood, Horsham, Kingsbury, 13 papers Berrymead, Blanchetfield, and Newington

1587-1613.

61.

Accounts of wood sold at Willesden and elsewhere in at Salford, Wappenham, Moreton, Horsham, Middlesex 37 papers Weedon, Berrymead, and Brockall Wood

Esq.

P%>. 9.

Endd.

;

62. Cost of a dinner,

1670-84.

and memoranda of receipts for wood sales Endorsed by Hoveden

hedging and ditching at Weedon

63.

Account

64.

Minutes of receipts

for

for thorns

and furze sold

Wappenliam

at

LETTERS. for not

complying with his



Walsingham Give reasons request to them to impart some

65. All Souls' College to Sir Francis

:

'

portion of our fines received for our manors of Crendon and Salford towards the satisfying of Her Majesty's servants the Hampshires' P. 1. Endd. Draft.

1587. 27 June

66.

(J.



Requires them to grant a woods at Edgeware, Kingsbury, and elsewhere in Middlesex to Lady Jane Stafford. Grreenwich Signed and sealed. P. 1. Add. Endd. Elizabetli to All Souls' College

:

lease for 21 years of their

67.

The College with her

to Q. Elizabeth

:

— Grive reasons for not complying

commands 1. Endorsed by Hoveden with recommended by the Queen

Latin draft, P. of persons 1587. 27 June

68.

:

69.



Lord Hunsdon to Hovenden Stafford to take

Copy.

Greenwicli

to say that she expects

good

:

71.

Whitgift to All Souls' College:

P.

1.

Add. Endd.



Lord Hunsdon Answer to his letter of 27 Jvme. Eeasons for not complying with the Queen's commands P. 1. Endd. Draft. to

:



If they cannot grant the Stafford desires, advises them to grant her a lease of lands at Whadborough. Lambeth lease that

Lady

Signed.



Endd.

effect

The College

72.

1.

request her letters in favour of Lady

Signed.

1587.

P.

—Writes at the Queen's

70.

10 July

names

Lord Cobham and Blauuche a Pary to [Whitgift] Abp. of Canterbury Eequest him to write to the College in Lady Stafford's favour.



the

Lady Jane

College will

P.

1.



Hoveden: Offers him grant the lease. London

Stafford

to

Signed.

P.

1.

Add. Endd. 100/. if the

Add. Endd.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

284

Expenses of the Warden, Mr. Bird, and Mr. James riding to London to answer the Queen's letters about Lady Stafford Three papers

1587. July

73.

1587.

74. Sir



Though a stranger, Thomas Heneage to Hoveden advises him to take good heed that his answer to Her

4 Aug.

:

Majesty College. 75.

her satisfaction, and that without delay; be to the prejudice of himself and the Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. The Court to

is

otherwise

Beaumont

it

will



Opened his Mr. Vice-Chamberlain [Heneage] Hoveden's absence, and it cannot be answered till he returns Draft. P. 1. Endd. to

:

letter in

1587. 15 Aug.

76.

1587.

Hoveden:

— His

excuses are

Eeasons why All Souls' College in Middlesex

may

not demise their woods P. 1



Lord Treasurer to All Souls' College: Has read their objections to granting a lease to Lady Stafford. The

78. Bm-leigh,

Aug.

Queen thinks them very

frivolous,

and

desires

to grant the lease or repair to the Court.

Signed. 79.

Hoveden

80.

The same

1587.

1

Sept.

1587. 21 Aug.

them

either

Theobalds P.

1.

Add. Endd.



to Burleigh Answer to the preceding. Explains the circumstances of his granting a lease of woods to liis brother, and of the surrender thereof Draft. Pp. 2. Endd. :

to

Walsingham

:

— Begs

for his favour

P.

Draft.

20 Aug.

deemed

very frivolous by the Lord Treasurer. The Queen greatly disdained to write twice to subjects of their quality for a matter so reasonable, and desired the treasurer to admonish them presently to perform the contents of her former letters, or answer here in person. However the company escape, the burden of this contempt will light on Hoveden. Having been in some sort beholden to him, wishes him to do that willingly which otherwise he will be forced to yield to. The Court Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. 77.

1()

Sir Walter Ealegh to

Lady

Stafford's answers to the College reasons

81.

'

82.

Reply to Lady

83.

[Hoveden]

1.

Endd. Pp. 4

Pp. 2

Stafford's answers



to Sir Walter Ralegh: Hopes he will not make himself a party against them, but rather further their just excuses with the Queen. Oxford Hoveden and James to [Whitgift] Thank him for his letters to the Lord Treasurer in their behalf, in consequence of which his lordship has caused Lady Stafford to divert her suit, and licensed them to depart. The Court Drafts on the same sheet :





Burleigh: Are surprised that Lady renewed, as the Archbishop and Walsingham approved of their reasons, and the latter undertook

84. All Souls' College to

Stafford's

suit is

to deliver

them

reasons

to

Her Majesty

Repeat their

last July.

Draft.

Pp.

3.

Add. Endd.

WOOD 1587. 2 Sept. 1587.

85.

SALES.

28^

Expenses of the journey of the Warden and Francis James to Pp. 3 London, 21 Aug. to 2 Sept.



The Queen takes their Thomas Heneage to the College bold denial of her request in Lady Stafford's favour in very She desires them to give an absolute answer to evil part. Heneage. If they yield, the Queen desires them to make a lease of the woods to herself, similar to that late made She will then hear the reasons to Christopher Hovenden. on both sides, and dispose thereof as may seem best Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

86. Sir

30 Sept.

:



Have received Mr. Queen Elizabeth Vice-Chamberlain's letters, and beseech her not to press Copy. P. 1 Endd. them to demise these woods

87. All Souls' College to

:

.

to consider the

compliance with her wishes

89. All Souls' Cojlege to

of

Lady

and to mitigate the Queen's

;

them

displeasure against

1587. 10 Oct.



Earnestly desire her Lady Stafford damage the College would sustain by

88. All Souls' College to

:

Draft.

Burleigh:

— Are

grieved at the renewal

The Queen

is

informed that they have acted

rather from wilfulness than from necessity. commend the equity of their cause to her 1

587. Oct.

Beg him Copy.

1587. 1

:

to 1



P.

1

91. Expenses of the Warden, Mr. Dow, and Mr. Spurway, going to London to answer Sir Thos. Heneage Pp. 2. Endd.



Heneage tells them that he cannot say the Queen is well pleased with their answer but he sees no cause for their longer stay at Court, and leaving a catalogue of all their names, they may depart till they hear again from the Queen. Beg him to pacify her displeasure, and show her his opinion of the whole cause Copy. P. 1

92. All Souls' College to Burleigh:

7 Oct.

1587-8. 12 Jan.

P.

Mention grants of leases, &c., 90. All Souls' College to Heneage made at the Queen's desire, to show that they are not undutiful. Beg him to favour them in the present matter Copy.



1

Stafford's suit after the great pains that Burleigh

took therein.

1

P.

;

93.



Lady Stafford does not surcease to Hoveden: her suit, and complains that they refuse to give her anything towards her charges. Has been informed that he said to Mr. Thornborowe that the Queen's letter should take

Heneage

no place in Lady Stafford's behalf. Advises him to satisfy her in some manner, that she may surcease her clamorous complaints. Greenwich P. 1. Add. Endd. 1587-8. 25 Jan.

94.

[Hoveden] to Heneage: Stafford until he

— Must defer

may

his answer about

confer with his company.

Lady Never

used the words to which Heneage refers. His conversation with Thornborowe was before the Queen had written. London Copy. P. 1. Endd.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

28G

1587-8. 1

—Beg

him to stay Lady them Draft. Pp. 2 Walsingham to Heneage Eequests him to accept the College's reasons for refusing Lady Stafford's request

95. All

March

Souls'

College to

Heneage:

Stafford's further soliciting against

96.

:



Copy. 1593. 1

97.

William Watts

8 Nov.

his purchase of

P.

1.



Concerning the conditions of Hoveden woods at Wappenham. Blacksley Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

to

:

TEEEIEES OF DIVEES LANDS. BEDFOBDSEIBE. 1.

'

Territorium Alicige Pedder de Salford,' ' the towne londe,' Thos. Cowper's londe.' List of the various tenements with their acreage One sheet '

Hulcote, the terretorye of all suche lond, arable and medowe, then belonging to the Collage of All Soules, in Oxford, and layt in the tenour and occupacion of Thos. Levers

1575.

2.

'

Eliz.

3.

Three

1663.

4.

Terrier of Salford, Holcote, Eidgmount, and Aspley Guise

Vellum

roll

terriers of Salford

B UGKINGHAMSHIBE. 1575.

5.

Terrier of Crendon

1577.

6.

Terrier of Langley

Marsh

1581.

7.

Terrier of Langley

Marsh

1534.

8.

Terrier of

1592.

9.

Terrier of Maids

Maids Morton

Paper

roll

Morton

Vellum

roll

KENT. 3 Edw. VI.

1748. 11

10. Terrier of

Googy Hall

11.

Terrier of

Googy Hall

12.

Terrier of

May „

Hope All Saints Horsham Copy of Horsham and Upclmrch of Horsham and Upchurch

13. Terrier of

1580.

14. Terrier



16.

Terrier

1587.

16.

Terrier of Ivy church

1748.

17.

Terrier of Newlands

11

Three copies

May

of one, temp. Hen. VI.

TERRIERS OF DIVERS LANDS. 1575.

18.

Terrier of

19. Terrier of

1748. 11

20. Terrier of

New Romney

287

parsonage

Romney Marsh Romney Marsh

May

1580. 1588.

21.

Terrier of Scotney and Bleching

22. Terrier of Scotney,

Newlands, Romney, Ivychiirch, and Groogy

Vellum

Hall 1748.

23. Terrier of

Scotney

24. Terrier of

Upchurch and Halstow

roll

4 Nov. 1588.

MIDDLESEX. 1584.

25. Terrier of the College lands in

1592.

26. Terrier of Ear] sbury

1574.

27.

'

Terrier of

28.

'

A

1

Middlesex

Eggware and Kingsberie and Harl stone

P'arme.'

]\Iay

Jac.

I.

note of the contents of acres of several farms in Edgware,' Kingsbmy, Hendon, Harlston, Crendon, Tederhill, Lewknor, Langley Marsh, Aston's Eyt, South Pedderton, also of

and Horsham 1G30.

29. Terrier of

Edgeware

1584.

30. Terrier of

Hammonds and Hammonds and

31.

Terrier of

1593.

32. Terrier of

Harlesden

1564.

33. Terrier of

Kingsbury



34. Terrier of

Kingsbury

Collins Collins

NOBTHAMPTONSHIBE. 1580.

35. Terrier of

Boseyate

Vellum

roll

1581.

36. Terrier of

Boseyate

Vellum

roll

1563-87.

1563-1617.

37.

Bundle of

terriers of

38. Terriers of lands

Weedon

held

by the tenants of the College at

Wedon Weston Terrier of Weedon

1636.

39.

1586.

40. Terrier of

Whadborough

OXFORDSHIRE. 41. Terrier of

land at Lewknor

42. Terrier of the land belonging to the glebe

43. Another on vellum

Torn

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

288 1704.

44. Terrier of land

bought from John Flight

45. Terrier of Tipping's

Vellum

Farm

Moor Court of Moor Court

46. Terrier of 47. Terrier

1738.

1

605.

17 th cent.

Lewknor memoranda enclosed

48. Terrier of the glebe at

49. Another, with

50. Terrier of Stanton 51.

Harcourt

Terrier of lands in Wheatley, late in the occupation of

John Vellum r

Gadbury

,

8HB0PSEIBE. Hen. VIII.

Pp. 2

52. Terrier of lands at Alberbury

SOMEBSETSHIBE. 1574.

63. Terrier of the late chantry of St.

John

in South Petherton

CHAETjE PUNDATIONIS ET PRIVILEGIOE0M.

289

CHAET^ FUNDATIONIS LEGII ET EJUSDEM

COLPBI-

VILEGIOEUM. 16 Hen. VI. 20 May

1.

Charter of Henry VI., founding- All Souls' College and appointing Eicliard Andrew as first warden

With a green seal



2.

With a white seal

Duplicate of the preceding



3.

Notarial copy, made on the 17th July, 1438, by John Lyndefeld, the President of the Court of Canterbury



4.

Modern copy

5.

Bull of Eugenius IV., licensing the College to have a chapel and cemetery without license of the ordinary, the provost of King's Hall [Oriel College], the vicar of St. Mary's, or any other

6.

Grant by Henry VI.

1439. 21 June

20 Hen. VI. 24 April

other

of the

same

to All Souls' College of

surrendered

lands

him by

to

Boywurthe and and by

Chichele,

Birkbede and others on his behalf

20 Hen. VI. 14 Aug.

7.

Grant by the king, exempting All Souls' College from toll and other dues for their land called Yoklond from aids and tallages and granting many other rights and privi;

;

leges



8.

Contemporary copy of preceding, on a

21 Hen. VI. 28 Jan.

9.

Confirmation by Henry VI. of his charteis of foundation and donation to AH Souls' College, in consideration of 1,000^. paid by Archbp. Chichele

10.

1443. 1

11.

Nov.

Modern

roll

abstract of the preceding

Eatification of tlie bull of Pope P^ugenius (No. 5), by Walter Libert, provost, and the fellows of Oriel College, impropriators of St. Mary's parish,

and Eoger Keys, warden, and

the College of All Souls'

1444.

4 Oct.

12.

Grant by John

[Stafford], Archbp. of Canterbury, of forty

days' indulgence to those

nually on the

first

who

visit

the College chapel an-

Sunday

after the translation of St. called the Feast of Eelics, and on All

Thomas, commonly Souls' Day and there pray

for the souls of the faithful deceased, repeating the Lord's Prayer and the Salutation of the Angel ;

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

290

24 Hen. VI. 10 July

13.

General pardon to William Kele, warden, and the College of All Souls

14. File of later copies of

surrenders to the king by Chichele,

and other documents 15.

Copies of provisos in Acts of Parliament in favour of All Souls' College

On the dorse of the vellum is an order by W., bp. of Winchester, for the delivery of a doe to Wm. Mayew, presiFour papers and one vellum dent of All Souls' College Edw. IV. Hen. VII. 1

Edw. IV.

16.

10 6

favoiu' of

Vellum

All Souls' College 17.

Grant to All Souls' College of the priory of Eomney, rectory of Upchurch, Weedon and Weston, and the priories of Alberbury, St. Clare, and Llangenith

18.

Copy

19.

Confirmation of letters patent of Henry VI. and Edward IV. in favour of All Souls' College Great seal, broken

26 Dec.

3 Hen. VII.

Three drafts of provisos in Acts of Parliament, in

May

of preceding

Hen. VII. 20. Inspeximus of a record of the Exchequer, reciting grant of 24 April, 20 Hen. VI. an act of resumption 1 Edw. IV. 13 June writs and the sheriff's return concerning the lands com;

prised in the said grant 1

Hen. VIII. 24 May

21.

Pardon

1

Hen. VIII. 4 July

22.

Inspeximus of grant of 24 April, 20 Henry VI. (No. 6)

1

for All Souls' College

Hen. VIII. 23. Confirmation 12 March (No. 19)

of letters patent

of

10 May, 3 Henry VII. Great seal. In a case

24.

Inspeximus of charter of 20 May, 16 Henry VI. (No. 1)

4 Eliz. 14 Feb.

25.

Inspeximus of grants of 14 Aug., 20 Hen. VI., and 20 May, 16 Hen. VL

11 Eliz.

26. Exemplification of

34 Hen. VIII. 26 June

7

Act of Parliament 5 Hen. VII., enacting that All Souls' College shall hold lands granted by Henry VI., notwithstanding the act of resiunption 1 Edw. IV.

May 27.

Copy of the preceding on vellum, signed B. Gardiner, Tho.

28.

Mandate ordering the Queen's

Dimock 13 Eliz. 10 July

leges of All Souls' College

officers to respect

Newland Marsh, and Gowve Hall 29. Translation of the preceding

14 Eliz. 28 Feb. 2 Jac.

I.

12 June

the privi-

and their tenants at Horsham,

30.

Inspeximus of No. 25

31.

General pardon to All Souls' College

CHARTS FUNDATIONIS ET PRIVILEGIORUM. 7 Jac.

I.

32.

An

33.

Fragment of a document with the

291

executory for the privileges and liberties of the College

8 Feb. 8 Jac.

I.

seal of the archbishopric

of Canterbury 11 Car. I. 8 June

the letters patent of 12 March,

1736. 6

35.

June

10 Geo. II. 20 July

Eliz., of

Hen. VIII.

1

Great

1

14 Feb., 4

34. Confirmation of the confirmation, dated

seal, broken.

In a

case

for a license in mortmain for All Souls' College for the pm'chase of an estate for buying books for the library

Warrant

36. License for the College to hold land in

mortmain

Great seal.

In a

case

PAPEES CONCERNING THE BUILDING OF THE COLLEGE. [15th cent.]

1.

Bill of

\Vm. Redyng

for

work done, perhaps

at the College

In 10 Hen. VIII. 10 Nov. 3

&

4 P. & M. 26 Jan.

2.

3.

three ^pieces

Covenant of Wm. Thomas, alias Plummer, to do plumber's work for the College for 12s. a year, food when working, and a gown-cloth

Agreement of Robert Munsone

to

do plumber's work

for the

College 4.

A joiner's

bill,

endorsed by Hoveden, 4L

1 7s. 2
P.

1

1616. April-Oct.

5.

Accounts and receipts of Geo. and Robert Rodland, glaziers, for paving on the west side of the College, and for gilding and painting spouts and cisterns in the quadrangle Eight papers

1693-4.

6.

Memorial of Colonel Codrington's services and the report of the Lords of the Committee of Trade and Plantation

8 Jan.

thereupon 7.

Memoranda about Codrington's

8.

Articles

1713-17.

9.

Notes of acquittances for sums received from Mr. Codiington

1718.

10.

Note of expenses

1718.

11.

Expenses on Colonel Codrington's account

1718-19.

12,

State of Colonel Codrington's idri] account

1703.

4 Aug.

2.5

life

of agreement between All Souls' College and Henry White, alderman, concerning a wall between the wa*-den's garden and a tenement occupied by White

June

u 2

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

292

Expenses for land bought and work done for Codrington's

1718-19. 11 Feb.

13.

1719.

14.

Computation of interest due from Mr. Codrington



15.

Memoranda about

benefliction

Col. Codrington's will

by the executors 1720. 2 Aug.

16.

and the sums paid Pp. 4

Agreement between William To wnsend, Bartholomew Peisley, and Philip, duke of Wharton, for finishing the buildings of the College

17.

Act enabling corporations or persons at Oxford to convey property for building the Eadeliffe Library

1720. 4 Oct.

18.

Receipt by Warden Gardiner of 4,835^. 2s. 2d. from Sir Nathanael Lloyd, in fidl payment of the legacy of 10,000L from Christopher Codrington

1720. 16 Nov.

19.

Agreement of Bernard Grardiner, Warden of All Souls' College, that no window shall be made on the east of Wharton's buildings lower than six feet from the floor and of the Warden of New College not to set up blinds before such windows

1720. 7 Cfeo.

L

;

1721-2.

20. Nathanael

1722. 7

Lloyd to the bursars

21.

Act of

June

New



to the Warden of New College: Sends a draft of an instrument for exchange of land between the Colleges Hoi. Pp. 2. Add.

1715-23.

23.

Rough memoranda

1723.

24.

A

25.

Accounts of receipts and Library

26.

A

23 Oct.

30 Dec.



of Codrington's

College for exchange of a piece of land with All

Warden Gardiner

9 Aug.

1723.

— Account

Souls' 22.

1722.

:

money

2 Jan.

of accounts for buildings

scheme to take up 1,000^. to go on with the buildings and not lessen the capital

scheme of

general

expenditure for the Codrington

the

expenses

of

the

Codrington

buildings, &c.

1728. 12 Oct.

1728-9. 1 Feb.

27.



Dod to Niblett: Has entered into a state which put an end to his right in the society within six months. Has 200^. at the service of the College, when they go about turning the hall in good earnest. Essex St. P. 1. Add. Endd.

Dr. Peirce will

28. Dr.

George

reliance

is

Clarke

to

[Niblett] :— Thinks great Nathanael Lloyd's good inDoubts not he will remit great

Warden

to be placed in Sir

clinations to

tlie

part, if not all

College.

the principal at his death, if not before. They talk of the king's going abroad, and that Parliament will rise by Easter. London Pp. 2. Endd.

PAPERS CONCERNING THE BUILDING OF THE COLLEGE. 1728-9. 8 Feb.

293



Is glad the College has not 29. Dr. Clarke to [Niblett] Has complimented Dr. Dod on refused Lloyd's proposal. his intended benefaction, ' whenever we begin to turn :

When he receives Townsend's second thoughts, endeavour to get Hawksmoore's. Thinks it will be difficult to make a kitchen and leave a way to the stables, and that it will be necessary to see what Magdalen ColIf they will agree, lege will do about exchanging houses. a passage may be made through the next house to Clarke's. Remarks on Townsend's proposal to turn the hall and make a building at the end of it for 1,2501. London our

hall.'

will

Pp. 1728-9. 22 Feb.

31.

1729.

— Remarks

London

Pp.

2.

Endd.



Hawksmoor and Townsend met ye?terClarke to Niblett day to look over a draft by the former for a new hall, Hopes Townsend will not think of buttery, and kitchen. asking more than 1,700^. London Pp. 2. Endd. :



Account of a conversation with Mr. Gibson concerning Lord Wharton's estate. Thinks that 1,700^. can be raised among those who have been of the London College. Pp. 2. Endd.

32. Clarke to Niblett:

10 April

6

:

will be troublesome to

26 March

1729.

Endd.

on Townsend's plan. It have meat and drink so far from the hall, where it is to be used, for there are too many stairs. Thinks there would be room for the buttery and kitchen in the building which is to answer the outward Has made a rough sketch to explain his meaning chapel.

30. Dr. Clarke to Niblett

(jiot enclosed).

1729.

2.

33. Clarke

May

to

Niblett:



It

is

unlucky that the College cannot

lay hold of the occasion of turning the hall, &c., afforded

by the kindness of Lloyd and Dod. Thinks only 800^ will be wanting to complete the design, and there are

many

who expect

perEons

to

be asked to

London 1729.

22

34. Dr. Peirce

May

1729.

contribute.

Pp.

Dod

to Niblett

:

—The

interest

2.

Endd.

from the annuities

is in his hands and ready to be paid. Anstis has asked for alistof Fellows since 1706. Essex St. P. I. Add. Endd.

35. Dr. Peirce

23 Aug.

Dod

closed with him.



Will do anything he can in N. Lloyd. Is glad the College has Essex St. P. 1. Add. Endd.

to Niblett:

this affair with

Sir

1729. 22 Dec.

36.

Estimate of the work now done in the new library



37.

Estimate of the painting and wire-work in the new library

1729-30. 27 Jan.

Clarke to Niblett :— Hawksmoor has designed a little under the hall windows on the south side. Has thanked the Solicitor-General and Lord Trevor for their benefactions. Hopes the exchange with Magdalen College will be effected. Mr. Gibson believes that Lord Wharton's estate will pay all his debts. London Ppi. 2. Endd.

38. Dr.

cloister

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

204

1729-30. 30 Jan.

—Sug-gests

that the cloister on the south be built upon the old wall at the south end of the present hall. Lord Trevor says that the archbishop has fixed a time for the College to answer the

39. Clarke to IS'iblett

:

may

side of the hall

London Pp. 2. Endd. Niblett :— Thinks that the prohibition moved for

applications of Anstis and Bathurst.

1729-30. 10 Feb.

40. Clarke to

by the College ought to be granted to prevent visitors interposing in matters in which it was never intended they should have anything to do. Townsend will wait upon Niblett with an estimate of the intended building. London Pp. 2. Endd.



1729-30. 14 Feb.

41.

Dr. Clarke to Niblett:

some

rials in

42. Queries

—Eeturns Townsend's

proposals with

Eemarks about employing the old matethe new building. London Pp. 2. Endd.

queries.

by Dr. Clarke, concerning the plans by Niblett

for the hall,

Pp.

&c., with answers 43. Queries

about the hall in Niblett's hand, with

Endd.

Answer

'

to Dr. Clarke's queries

44. Dr. Clarke to Niblett:

1729-30.

45. Niblett

March

5

March

[Clarke]

to

Hawksmoor mate.

1729-30.

answers.

'



Suggestions about a room over the passage between the hall and chapel, and about glazing the south windows in the hall. London Pp. 2. Endd.

1729-30. 19 Feb.

2

4.

or

:— Eequests him

anyone

else

to advise with concerning Townsend's

Pp.

All Souls'

46. Clarke to Niblett:

estimate.

2.

Mr. esti-

Endd.

— Has

Eemarks

written to Hawksmoor about the about the designs for the door-cases.

London

Pp.

2.

Endd.



„ Thursday

47. Clarke to Hawksmoor Sends Townsend's drafts and the warden's letter. Eemarks upon the drafts

1729-30. 15 March

48. Clarke to Niblett

:

Pp.

:— Finds some

variations

in

2.

Endd.

the drafts

Hawksmoor and Townsend. The west end of the hall cannot be ordered as Hawksmoor proposes for there is of

;

not carving of the old rail of the chapel enough remaining to make what he calls the poggiolo under a statue of the founder, and he did not know that we have a good picture of him to hang up in that place Further remarks about the design. London Pp. 2. Add. Endd. 49. Variations

1729-30. 16 March

and additions by Mr. Hawksmoor In Clarice's hand.

Pp.

2.

Endd.



Has sent the papers and designs, Hopes the endeavour to get a prohibition has not offended the archbishop. Hears that the Dean of Arches has expressed a good deal of resentment. Loudon

50. Clarke to Niblett:

Pp.

2.

Endd.

PAPERS CO:^CERNING THE BUILDINa OF THE COLLEGE. 1730.



Thinks Townsend need not raise his on account of alterations in the screen made by Hawksmoor. Hopes he intends a handsome door-case to tlie buttery, to make the west end of the hall over the wainscot answer the east end. The Navigation Bill is not so desirable to the university and city as was hoped.

6L Clarke

2G March

to Niblett:

price

Pp.

London 1730.

295

2.

52.

Townsend's articles for building the hall and kitchen

63.

Valuation of the stones of the old

Endd.

4 April

30 ]May 1730.

54. Valuation of the

hall,

&c.

timber

June

1

1

1

3 June

55.

Eeceipt for sale of old iron

2 Sept.

58.

Estimate by building

1730.

57.

Engagement

1732. 28 April

58.

Estimate by Franklin



59.

Another estimate

Aug.

60. Franklin's estimate for

Wm.

King

for

the dimensions

of the

new

of Jeremiah Franklin to complete the library

23 Dec.

]

I

1733.



61.

work under the windows

Franklin's estimate of work done

62. Franklin's bill for

work in the buttery and hall

by Edw. Pittaway of kitchen and hall

1733. 21 April

63. Eeceipt

1733. 17 Nov.

64. Receipt

1729-34.

65.

by John Bosom of

Money owed

by

2Ql.

work done in the

20^. for a picture

College

the

for

to

frame

Nicholas

Hawksmoor,

architect

1731-4.

66. Bills of

W. H. Townsend for

receipts

1733-4.

67. Bill for carriage of pictures

68.

Estimate by John Cooper

69. Bill of mason's

1734. 15 April

70.

1734.

71.

25

mason's work. Enclosed are three

and a statement of money paid to him

May

work

for

for

paving with Haseley stone

completing the hall and buttery

Agreement between Warden Niblett and Wm. King, mason, of Oxford, to jQnish the gate and other work in the north quadrangle With drawings very much torn Covenant

between the

relating to

money

1735. 17 Jan.

72. Bill of Franklin's for

8 Nov.

73.

Memorandum

College

lent for the

work

of receipts

and

Dodington Greville

new buildings

in the library

and

liabilities for the library

Ttuo papers

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

296

24 Nov. 1735.

74.

Measurements in the library taken by Speakmann

75.

Franklin's

1735-6.

76. Bill of

1736-7.

77.

bill for

the library

Wm. King

for mason's

work

Eeceipt by Thos. Gofif for U. for keys

24 Jan. 1 736-7. 21 Feb.

1740.

78. Bill of

79. J. Gribbs to

18 April 1740.

1744-5. 1

745.

Rev. Mr. Tindel

the library 80.

8 July

1735-41.

mason's work

John Meachham property

81.

to

:

—About designs

for the presses in

Copy enclosed Niblett :—About the Duke of Wharton's Pp. 2. Add.

King's accounts for mason's work in the hall, buttery, and new quadrangle

82. Bill of

mason's work by John Townsend

83. Valuation of

work already done

Tivo papers

New

1746. 18 Dec.

84.

Agreement with

1746-7. 2 Feb.

89.

Measurement of work in the drawing-rooms and shelving the library, done by John Franklin

1715-48.

86.

Account of expenses in building and

of the

Duke

College in relation to the east windows of Wharton's buildings in

fitting the library

1748.

87.

Estimate for finishing the library by Robert Tawney

1748. 9 Dec.

88.

Agreement with Mr. Tawney

1750. 19 April

89.

1750. 18 Aug.

90.

for finishing the

Codrington

Library

Agreement of Thos. Roberts

to finish the stucco

work

in the

Codrington Library

H. Jenkins to Warden Niblett the Duke of Wharton

:

— Concerning money due from

91.

Measurements

92.

Two

93.

Expense of the painting work that

94.

bills of

for the shelves

Townsend's for carving

96.

Rough plan Memoranda Remarks on

1751. 15 Marcli

97. 97,

Estimate

1751.

98.

Measurement

1751. Nov.

99. Townsend's estimate for cloisters

95.

is

to be taken

down

of the library, with measurements of work in

tlie attic

Franklin's estimates for desks

for painting in the library

for the painting in the library

Five receipts for carvers' and plumbers' work in the library

1737-53.

100,

1748-56.

101.

1744-58.

102. Receipts for the land tax for Codrington's Library

Expenses of the Codrington Libraiy

memoranda concerning

it

and two

PAPERS CONCERNING THE BUILDING OF THE COLLEGE.

297

letters from James Byers, dated Rome 21 Sept. and 30 Nov., concerning the purchase of Meng's picture, enclosing a note of the expenses for carriage, &c., and bills from Italian workmen

Two

1771.

103.

1773. 3 Nov.

104. Estimate of painting wainscot in the chapel

105. Lovegrove's estimate

for

glazing

the

chapel,

with letter

from Lovegrove to Dr. Price 106. Expenses of the windows, for the

Meng's picture, and other things

chapel

EXHIBITIONS, BENEFACTIONS, ETC. [1503-1525.]

1.

\Vm. Broke, Warden, and All

Souls' College to Nicholas Thanks for his benefacGoldwell, archdeacon of Suffolk tions to the College Draft. Led. Mutilated. :

3

&

4

P & M.

1566. 8 Nov. 9 Eliz. 1

Wm. Petre of an annuity of 61. 13s. 4dl. out of the manor of Toddenham, Gloucestershire, for the support of two poor scholars at All Souls' College Copy

2.

Grant by Sir

3.

Release by Sir

July

1



Wm.

Petre to All Souls' College of the rent

from Toddenham Manor 4.

6 Dec.

Indenture between Sir Wm. Petre and All Souls' College for the settlement of the exhibitions founded by him

Both parts 5.

1635.

6.

Copy of the above, dated 1 6 Oct., 9 Eliz. Book containing names of persons who have contributed to the beautifying of the chapel. The only names entered are John Hanmer, bp. of St. Asaph, lOOL, Thomas Gwynn, lOOZ., Arthur Duck, 100 mks., Wm. Stede, 50/. At the other end is an entry of receipts from Dr. Osbern, 100^., Mr. Boughton, 50/., Dr. Kingsley, 20/., Dr. Clarke, 20/., Dr. Astley's executors, 53/. 12s., and Dr. Bennett, 20/. Signed by Gilbert Sheldon and John Watkins, in 1638 and 1639 Vellum :

7.



Copy of the

will of Dr. John Morris, a prebendary of Christ Church, proved 4 May, 24 Car. I.

PAPEBS RELATING TO SIB NAT. LLOYD'S BENEFACTIONS. 1718. 1

1723-4. 3

8.

March

Sir Nathanael Lloyd to the Bursars

:

— Gives

his fellowship

towards the new buildings

Nov. 9.

Bond

of warden and fellows for

to Sir Nathanael

Lloyd

payment of

60/. per

annum

AECHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

298 1726.

N. Lloyd to the Warden of All Souls': buried within the College

10. Sir

4 June

1

1729. 9 July

11. Sir N. Lloyd to Niblett

—Desires

to be

P.

1

:— Offers to lend

ployed towards turning the

1,000L to be emDoctors' Commons P. 1

hall.

—Arrangements

about Sir Nat. P. 1

12.

Dr. E. Kinaston to Niblett Lloyd's loan

13.

Kinaston to Niblett

1729. 25 Aug.

14.

Another bond

1733. 12 Nov.

15.

Congratulations on the compleSir N. Lloyd to Niblett: tion of the hall, and wishes the College to appoint the

Saturday 1729.

29 July

:



Will support the warden as a candiPp. 2 date for Locking living, and not Dr. Young :

payment of

for

1,000^. to Sir

Nathanael Lloyd



artist to paint his portrait.

Sunbury



Forwards the Kinaston to Niblett about it. Doctors' Commons

Pjp. 2

last letter

and remarks

1733, 13 Nov.

16.

1733. 17 Nov.

17.

1733.

18,

Congratulations on the appointment of an Lloyd to Niblett All Souls' Lord Chancellor, [Charles Talbot]. Sunbury P. 1

19.

Lloyd to Niblett: Congratulations on the appointment of the Lord Chancellor, and propositions for advancing money Sunbury Pp. 3 to the College for the building.

10 Dec. 1733. 1 Dec.

1733. 25 Dec.

Kinaston to Niblett: Lloyd.

3 Dec.

1733.

:

Doctors' :

on a

letter

Commons

from Sir Nat. P. 1





20. Kinaston to Niblett

Doctors' 21.

— Eemarks

Pp.2

:

— Sends on a letter

Commons

Lloyd to Niblett

:

— Suggestions

ings

from Sir N. Lloyd. P. 1

concerning the new buildPp. 2



1733-4. 3 Jan.

Concerning the new buildings 22. Lloyd to Niblett: contributions thereto. Doctors' Commons

1733-4.,

23.

12 Jan.

1733-4. 14 March

Lloyd to Niblett .-—Has been to Mr. Gibson, the is

painting his portrait.

Doctors'

Commons

and his Pp. 3

artist

who P.

1

:— Lloyd has hinted Considers the charge of any further annuities upon the income of the College to be diflBcult, but the offer must not be refused, as Lloyd is easily offended, and has determined to give up Trinity Hall in consequence of offence given him there. Advises a subscription among the wealthier members, past and present, of the College, to pay the annuity he expects. Offers to contribute. New Palace Yard, Westminster Pp. 2

24. Thos.

Tanner, bp. of

St.

Asaph, to Niblett

his proposal to Dr. Kynaston.

1734. 16 July

25.

1734. 29 Aug.

26.

Lloyd to Niblett

:

— Concerning the new buildings.

Commons Lloyd to Niblett :— Concerning the new buildings.

Commons

Doctors' Pp. 2 Doctors'

P.

1

EXHIBITION'S, BENEFACTIONS, ETC. 1734.



27.

Deplores the difficulties attending Dr. Kinaston to Niblett Sir Nat. Lloyd's offer of a contribution towards the new Pjp. 2 buildings. Doctors' Commons

28

[Niblett]

to

letter,

and

7 Dec.

1734-5. 19 Jan.

:

Dr. Kinaston

:

—Answers

Dr. Kinaston's last Lloyd's offer cannot be Pp. 2 Draft.

why

states the reasons

accepted

Kinaston to Niblett cerning his offer

1734-5. 25 Jan.

29

1734-5. I Feb.

30 Kinaston to Niblett Nat. Lloyd

1734-5.

299

31.

II Feb.

Lloyd to

Niblett:

:

—Eelates an interview with Lloyd conP.

:

— Has had several conferences

— Suggestions

for

the

new

with Sir P. 1

buildings.

Commons

Doctors'

Pp. 2

Dr. George Clarke to Niblett Lloyd's intended benefaction.

1734-5. 18 Feb.

32

1734-5. 20 Feb.

33 Thos. [Tanner], bp. of

1

:

— Remarks

about Sir Nat.

London

Pp. 2



Advises the St. Asaph, to Niblett College to accept Lloyd's proposals of building part of the colonnade. New Palace Yard, Westminster Pp. 2

34.

:

Remarks about the buildings of the to Dr. Clark and Sir N. Lloyd

College, endorsed

*

Sent

'

1734-5. 22 Feb.

35

the



Remarks about Mr. Townsend's new buildings

Lloyd to Niblett

36. Dr. Clarke to

:

plans for Pp. 2



Niblett Has had an interview with Mr. the buildings. The iron gate is not Pp. 2 :

Hawksmoor about finished. London 1734-5. 25 Feb.

37.

Lloyd to Niblett the colonnade, tors'

1734-5. 4 March

1736.

— In consequence is

totally off

of the difficulties about Doclast proposal. Pp. 2

from his

Commons



Asaph to Niblett Is glad that Lloyd's proan end. The petition from Widow Lush against the College for not renewing her lease of Sparsholt was yesterday rejected by the House of Commons. New Palace Yard P. 1

38 Bishop of ject

39

8 Nov.

1740.

:

is

St.

:

at



Lloyd to Niblett Concerning Dr. Clarke's benefaction to Worcester College. Sunbury :

40 Three copies of Sir Nath. Lloyd's will bequeathing 1 ,0001. to All Souls' College, bearing dates May 29, 1739 2 June, 1740; and 2 Nov., 1740 ;

Ten

1736-40.

41.

1742. 27 May

42. Peirce

receipts

Dod

from Lloyd to Niblett

:

produce of your stock

— '

'

Enclosed

is

the account of the Hoi. P. 1

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

300

TWINING' 8 BENEFACTION. Tanner to the Warden of All Souls' College :—Transmits a proposal sent him by Thos. Twining for appointing a sub-librarian

1729. 16 Feb.

43. Thos.

1731.

44. Thos.

1731.

1731. 15 Sept.

:

Tanner

to Niblett



Twining to Dr. Niblett: Encloses a draft of an agreement relating to the appointment of a sub-librarian. Wilsford



Encloses a draft of an indenture Twining to Niblett lating to the same appointment :

48. Thos.

1731. 18 Dec.

49. Thos.

re-



Twining to Niblett : Answers his questions about an he had bouglit, the remainder of which was settled

estate

on the College.

March

:

46. Eev. Thos.

1731. 5 Nov.

1731-2.



Forwards a letter from Thos. Twining (28 July) in which is expressed a doubt that better security than the College Seal is wanting for the agreement about the sub-librarian. Dr. Tanner denies this

46. Thos.

47.

11



Declares his readiness to Twining to Dr. Niblett confirm the proposal made in his name by Dr. Tanner. Wilsford

23 June

Twining

counsel in Wilsford

Wilsford

to Niblett:

— The case at large has lain before

London ever

since the date of his last letter.



Discusses the 60. Thos. Twining to Niblett: Wilsford the sub-librarian. 51.

means

for

paying

Eev. Thos. Twining to Rev. Dr. Thos. Tanner, chancellor of Norwich States his intention of increasing his donation for the appointment of a sub-librarian to All Souls' College from 208^. to 31 2^. Wilsford :



agreement between Thos. Twining, vicar of Wilsford, in Wiltshire, and All Souls' College, providing for the appointment of a sub-librarian at a salary of 15^., in consideration of 3l2l. given to the College by the said

62. Draft of the

Twining

1732.

63.

[Dr. Niblett to Eev. Thos. Twining] :— Thanks him for his benefaction for the appointment of a sub-librarian Draft

54.

Twining

65.

Wm.

56.

Twining

4 April 1732.

30 Nov. 1733.

4 July



to Niblett Consults him about the investment of his benefaction to the College. Wilsford :



Smith to Niblett: States that he has heard of a feefarm rent of 20^. 14,s. 5d., and wishes to know whether it is too miicli. Chancery Lane



to Niblett: States his intention of buying an advowson, and that he lias 400^. ' ready to lay down for an annuity of 15/. per annum for any member of the society that is a native of Gloucestershire.' Wilsford

EXHIBITIONS, BENEFACTIONS, ETC. 1736. 6

57.

May



Twining to Niblett: Is hastening the remittance of the 100^. he has promised, and, in case a friend should not appear to act as bearer, will lodge Child at London. Wilsford

1736. 31 July

1739.

58.

Twining

to Niblett

:

59. Twining

— The 100^. has been paid to Sir Francis

Niblett:

— States

Wilsford

his reasons for

100^. to the College,

61.

20 Nov.

made

to Sir T. White's heirs, of Gyfield

Extract from the will of Thos. Brotherton, of Hey, Lancashire, bequeathing 100^. to All Souls' College, one half to be spent in books of divinity, the other half in plate

62. Gift

24 June 1760. 5 July

with Sir Francis

having sent and recommends the warden to take a boy from Cheltenham School. Wilsford to

60. Clause out of a lease

1751.

it

Child, in London, for the use of the College.

23 Dec.

1750.

301

by the Hon. Wriothesley Digby, of Merriden, Warwick,

late fellow, of 250^. to the

College for the benefit of the tutor of the clerks and choristers

63.

Two

copies of the account of the Hon. Wriothesley Digby with the College

64. List of benefactors for

hanging on a wall

INJUNCTIONS, MANDATES, LETTEES, ETC., OF KINGS, AECHBISHOPS, ETC. 27 Hen. YI.

1.

Petition of All Souls' College to the King, complaining that the clause in their favour in the act of resumption is obscure, and suggesting a substitute

Veilum. 1456.

20

2.

May

Endd.

'

Anno

xxvii. R.

H.

vi.

Rot. xxxi.'

Thomas Bourchier, Archbp. of Canterbury, to Wm. Kele, warden, and the College :— Orders them to receive Thos. Leomyster, whom he has nominated sub-warden in consequence of their failure to elect. Otford Lat. Vellum. Seal broken.

1458-9.

20 Jan.

3.



Archbp. Bourchier to the College Some of the fellows refuse to pay their battels. Orders payment to be made within three days after the end of each term. Mortlake Lat. Endorsed by Hoveden. :

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

302

1460.

4.

23 Nov.

May

3

5.

Nomination by Archbp. Boiirchier of Eobert Elyott, M.A., Lambeth as sub- warden, on a devolution.

Summons

to appear before council within seven days

Endd. 1474. 1

6.

Nov.

'

[Henry VI.]

king

the

De Langeneth

duci de Norfolchie

Nomination by the archbishop of John Bedowe the College, on a devolution.

and

as scholar of

Lambeth

Nomination of Eichard Ludewiche, M.A., Wotton, LL.B., as bursars, on a devolution.

and Thomas

1479-80. 27 Feb.

7.



8.

Nomination of Nicholas Halswell, M.A., and William Fawley, LL.B., as deans, on a devolution. Knoll

10 Jan.

9.

Edward IV.

to

the farm of

John Stokes, warden

Wedon Pinkney

:

—Desires

Knoll

him

to grant

Harowedon, John Coventry

to Eichard

Laylond, late farmer, being deceased.

'

Signed.

Add.



22 Jan.

10.

Desires him to favour Archbp. Bourchier to the Warden Eobert Est in proving his cause in the College. Without Est's friendship, the archbishop's nephew, John Bourchier, cannot levy the pension due to the Dean of York for his archdeaconry. Lambeth Signed. Add.

1487. 6 Dec.

11.

Nomination by John [Morton], Archbp. of Canterbury, of Thomas Markys, M.A., Thomas Stacey, B.A., and John Walker, as scholars, on a devolution. Lambeth Lat.

1493.

12.

Nomination by Morton of Thomas Mark, M.A., and Walter Stone, LL.B., as bursars, on a devolution. Lambeth Lat.

13.

Henry VII.

15 Dec. 1

Dec.

:



to Thomas Hobbys, warden: Eequests a loan an invasion of Scotland, to revenge the great cruelty and dishonour that the King of Scots has done to England. Westminster Signed for

Memorandum at the foot that the warden cannot lend 40s. without borrowing it Add. 1500. 21 May

18 Nov.

1519.

25 Oct.

14.

Injunction by Morton concerning Divine service, fixing the persons who are to celebrate it at the various feasts. Lambeth Seeded. Lat.

15.

Prince [Arthur] to the Warden:- Desires that William Pickering, scholar of law, may be specially named at their next election. He is of alliance to their founder, and his father is in favour with the queen. Sonnyng Hill. Add.

16.

William [Warham] Archbp. of Canterbury. Statute ordering disputations in theology to be held every Friday in term. Otford Sealed. Lat. '

Soe

p. 244,

No.

1.

INJUNCTIONS, MANDATES, LETTERS, ETC. 1519.

17.

28 Oct.

10 Nov.

303



Warham

to Warden Broke: Hears that Master Leycetur pretends to keep his fellowship while holding a benefice. Desires the warden to order him and others in like case according to the statutes. If they make any further business in the law, will so provide that they shall take little pleasure or advantage by so doing. Offers to bear the Knoll cost if they go to law. Signed. Add.

18.

Modern copy

19.

Warham

of the preceding, and on the a copy of Whitgift's letter, 10 Jan. 1598

same sheet



Confirms the election of Robert to the College Harrys, Nicholas Freman, and John Sterteoute, as scholars, in spite of the absence of the dean, which was wilful. Blames them for their contention at elections, in consequence of regarding family more than merit. Threatens to apply to the Pope for a statute to remedy it. Lambeth Signed. Latin. P. I. Add. Endorsed by Hoveden :



In consequence 16 Hen. VIII. 20. [Henry VIII.] to the Warden and College: of the success of his army in Provence under the Duke of 6 Sept. Bourbon, intends to invade France on this side. Requests a loan of 1 00^., to be sent to Sir Henry Wyat, treasurer of the Chamber. Windsor Signature cut off. Endorsed by Hoveden

20 April

21.



Archbp. Cranmer to the Warden Desires him to send a demilaunce and two geldings by the 4th or 5th May to ac:

company the King

to France.

Lambeth. Signed.

1546-7.

1

1 1

556. April

1558. 9 June 1564. 27 Nov.

1.

Add.

by Cranmer, for last year only, of an injunction forbidding the livery to be paid in money. Lambeth

22. Revocation

March

7

P.

23.

Appointment by Reginald Pole, Archbp. of Canterbury, of Seth Holland as warden, vice John Warner, resigned Endorsed by Hoveden

24. Pole to the

Sub-warden and College

a warden, vice Holland, resigned. 25.

:

— Orders

them

Lambeth.

to elect

Latin

Matthew [Parker], Archbp. of Canterbury, to the College Reprimands them for ill attention to the statutes. Nomi:

the following

nates



officers on a devolution Francis sub-warden John Floyd, Humphrey Haule, ' bowsers ; John Sanders, Moderator of Divinity Andrew Kingesmill, dean of law Henry Cheetham, dean of art. Lambeth Signed. P. I. Add.

Milles,

:

;

'

;

;

21 Nov.

26. Parker to the College:



Nominates, on a devolution, Roger Conyard, sub-warden Anthony Brasier and Richard Grrene, deans Humphrey Halle and John Langford, bursars. Reprimands the College for their disputes. Lambeth Signed. Pp. 2. Latin. Add. ;

;

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

304 [1559-65]. 25 Oct.

27. Parker to

Warden Warner and

the College:

— Advises them

to sell superfluous plate for the purchase of land lying Petre commodiously for the College, to which Sir

Wm.

Lambeth

has promised to contribute. 28.

1567.

26 March

11 Eliz. 7

May

1572.

Bp. of London, Sir Francis Knollys, and to the College Order them to send to the commissioners divers monuments of superstition which it is reported they retain. The warden, Humphrey Bronx bye, and Mr. Foster, must appear in person. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. 30. Inspeximus of the petition of the College to Henry VII. Modern cajpy. Endd. with mem. about Blencoe's case 29. Parker, Grindall, [Sir

31.

29 June

1574. 1

Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. Copy of an injunction by [Parker] forbidding the use of inconvenient apparel Endd.

Ambrose] Cave,

Matthew Parker, Archbp. of Canterbury, to the College: Orders them to appoint a substitute for the dean when absent from the town. If absent more than three months, his substitute is to receive his wages. Signed. P. 1. Add. by Parker concerning the resignation of fellows, and forbidding fines from tenants to be appropriated by

individual fellows.

30 Nov.



32. Injunctions

Oct.

1574.

:

Lambeth

Latin. Endd.

Sealed.



33. Parker to the College: Nominates, on a devolution, Sommaster, sub-warden ; Webbe and Mousherst, bursars ; Lloyd and Owen, deans. Lambeth

Signed.

Latin.

P.

Add. Endd.

1.

18 Eliz. 28 Nov.

34.

Nomination by Thomas Godwin, dean, and the Chapter of Canterbury, sede vacante, of George Gorynge, Eobert Dowe, and Wm. Norwoode as scholars, on a devolution

1578. 22 Nov.

35.

Edmund

1582. 14 April

36. Archbp. Grindall to the College

Sealed.

1582. .3 Doc.

:

P.

1.

Add. Endd.

— Recommends

the bearer,

Mr. Stone, as schoolmaster of Feversham, in place of Mr. Meade. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. 37.

Nomination by Edmund Grindall, Archbishop of Canterbury, of Richard Masters, M.D., as a scholar, vice Wm. Lacharn, whose place is void from his neglect to take orders. Lam-

38.

Nomination by Grindall of Zacchaeus Medcalfe,

beth

24 Nov.

:

Eeprimands Mr. Waggestaffe for refusing to resign. Appoints Mr. Lymiter and Mr. Stroude deans, Mr. Scriven and IMr. Shorte bursars, and Mr. Powell rector of divinity. Lambeth

23 Nov.

1582.

Endd.

Nominates Mr. Webbe sub-warden.

Signed.

1582.

Latin.

Grindall, Archbp. of Canterbury, to the College

Sealed.

Albani, resigned.

Lambeth

Latin.

Sealed.

vice

Latin.

Endd. Robert

Endd.

39. Injunction of Archbp. Grindall forbidding the increase in the

rate of

commons

cient to bear

it

luitil

the improvement of corn

Tvo

copies.

is

suffi-

Endd.

INJUNCTIONS, MANDATES, LETTERS, ETC. 1582. 5 Dec.



40.

W. Aubrey

to

the

:



Sends the nominations of Masters is recommended by the Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

College:

Masters and Medcalfe. Queen. London 41. Grindall to the College

305

—Nomination

of

Thomas Luck

as

Arthur Eichard Wignall, dean in art sub-warden Strowde, dean in law William Norwode, bursar in art Henry Beamonte, rector of the Sir Byrde, bursar in law Giles Thomson, reader in art disputations in theology and Sir James, reader in law. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. ;

;

;

;

;

1583.



Is of opinion that the statutes of the College and the University exempt any of the faculty Eecommends that the book of of law from the ministry. the Institutes should be read after taking LL.B. Lambeth Signed. P. I. Add. Endd.

42. Whitgift to the College

12 Nov.

:

.

1586.



Empowers him to to Hovenden commons during the present extraordinary

43. AMiitgift

6 June

ratified

:

Grindall's

injunction

of Dec.

3,

increase dearth.

the

Has

Sends

1582.

Lambeth Add. Endd.

certain notes to restrain corrupt resignations.

Signed.

P.

1.

44. Kegulations for avoiding corruption in resignations

Signed.



Signed and 1586.

46. Whitgift to the College

1.

Endd.

Latin. Endd.

sealed.

— Eevokes Archbp.

Parker's injunclevied for leases. Asks them to grant a lease of a tenement in Oxford to Mr. Dowe, who is absent. Windsor Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. tion concerning

5 Oct.

1587. 21 Nov.

P.

45. Ratification by John [Whitgift], Archbp. of Canterbury, of an order of Grindall for increasing the rate of commons in proportion to the increase in the price of corn. Lambeth

47. Injunction

:

fines

declaring that

scholar in place of

the election of Overton as a

Anthony Shirley

is

void, as there

is

no

information concerning Shirley's resignation. Lambeth Signed. Latin. Endd.

1587-8. 22 Feb.

48. Interpretation

don

Nomination by Whitgift of

1588. 3 Dec.

49.

1591.

50. Dispensation

Edmund Pope

devolution

29 June 1591. 3 Oct.

by W~hitgift of a statute concerning the elecNomination of Thomas Edwardes. CroySigned and sealed. Lat. Endd.

tion of deans.

by Whitgift

doctor's degree. 61.

as scholar on a

Signed. for

Lambeth



Lat.

Endd,

Evan Morrice from taking his Signed. Lat. Endd.

Bancroft to Hoveden Recommends one Pursloe, of St, Mary's Hall, for a fellowship. Ely House Hoi. P.l. Add. Endd, :

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

300

159L

52.

15 Dec.

Nomination of Robert Masters as dean of law, on a devolution

Lat.

Sealed.

Endd.

Evan Morrice

63.

Another dispensation

64.

Whitgift to the warden Asks his advice about a request from certain fellows to alter the division of fines Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

1592. 8 Sept.

55.

Order of the archbishop, allowing the

1592.

66.

Nomination of George Darrell, of the founder's kin, to a

1592.

for

4 July 1592.

30 Aug.

28 Nov.

:



fine of Scotnam to be divided in respect of the extraordinary charges likely to be incurred by the College at the Queen's visit. Croydon Signed. P. 1. Endd.

fellowship on a devolution

Signed and 1592-3. 12 Jan.

Lat.

sealed.

Endd.



67.

Whitgift to the College: Sends the rate of liveries for the past year. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.



68.

Injunction that fellows are to take their meals in hall, and forbidding all fellows except doctors to keep servants without leave



59.

Nomination on a devolution of Henry Beaumont, sub-warden John Williams and Wm. Byrd, deans John Wibarn and Eoderick Lloyd, bursars and Humphrey Hargrave, moderator in theology Signed and sealed. Latin. Endd. ;

;

1593.

60.

Nomination by the archbishop of Paul Kysbye, bursar, and John Williams and Eoderick Lloyd, deans Signed and sealed. Lat. Endd.

61.

Whitgift to the College: Persons born in places now in the province of York, but in the founder's time in that of Canterbury, are eligible to fellowships. Recommends Richard Astley, a kinsman of Justice Walmesley. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

62.

Nomination by Whitgift of Henry Beaumont, sub-warden John Franklin and John Powell, bursars Thos. Draper and Wm. Rawley, deans and Paul Kisbie, moderator in theology Signed and sealed. Lat. Endd.

20 Dec. 1594.

23 Oct.

1594.

14 Dec.



;

;

;

1596.

63.

24 Dec.

1597-8. 10 Jan.

Nomination by Whitgift, on a devolution, of Robert Maisters, sub-warden Thos. Brett and Wm. Rawley, bursars John Rowliffe and Edmund Pope, deans Signed and sealed. Lat. Endd. ;

64.

;

Archbp. Whitgift to the College:— The divisions in the College are no small discredit thereto. In the interpretation of the statutes will not be influenced by the opinion of any lawyers, but l)y the meaning of the founder and the custom of the College. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endorsed by Hovcden and Gardiner

INJUNCTIONS, MANDATES, LETTERS, ETC. 1597-8. 10 Jan.

65.

Nomination by Whitgilt on a devolution of James Bay ley and John Rowliffe, bursars \Vm. Osborne and Nicholas ;

Wood,

Lambeth

deans.

Signed and

1

1598. 3 May

66. Whitgift to the College: fines of College tenants.

— Sends

a

tutes

Endd.

decree touching the

Lambeth

Souls' College:

67. WTiitgift to All

Lat.

sealed.

Add.

Endd.

—Notwithstanding

the sta-

Signed. 1601. 25 Oct.

307

P.

I.

and the care he has taken, understands that there

is

great suspicion that resigned places pass to scholars designed by the resiguers, at a very excessive charge to their parents. No place resigned within three days of All Souls* Day shall be tilled at that election. Lambeth

Signed.

1601-2. 30 Jan.

1602. 6 July

:

1602.



Signed.

Signed and 71.

Nomination of Charles Twisden

sealed.

as

Pp.

17.

Vellum

dean on a devolution

:

sealed.

Endd.

—Hears

that the king has comthe bearer, for a fellowship. Has been earnestly entreated to the same effect. They know his bringing up and his extraordinary towardness

mended Robert

Grentilis,

Signed.

P.

1.

Add.



Endd.

Recommends his chaplain, 74. Bancroft to the College : Osborne, for the office of bursar. Lambeth Signed.

P.

1.

Add.

Mr.

Endd.



Bancroft to the College: The king recommends Charles, son of Sir Julius Caesar, to be chosen fellow in place of Mr. Raleigh, who is willing to resign to him.

75. Ai'chbp.

Advises

them

to comply.

Lambeth Signed.

1605.

Add. Endd.

I.



73. Bancroft to the College:

29 Nov.

Endd.

In favour of Mr. Watts, of BlackBancroft to the College esley, who desires a renewal of his lease in Weston and Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. Weedon. London

1604. 5 Nov.

1605. 26 Oct.

P.

Signed and 72.

604.

Add.

1.

70. Injunctions of Archbp. Whitgift

1 604. 3 Nov.

1

P.

'

23 Dec.

12 Dec.

Endd.

69. Archbp. Bancroft to the College :— Asks them to license ' my aunt Almond to demise the house she holds of the College.

Fulham 1602. 11 Nov.

Add.

1.

The archbishop agrees to Daniel Dun to the College the increase of the liveiy this year to 200Z. He wishes the College to provide new gowns and hoods for themselves

68. Sir

Signed.

1

P.

76.

Bancroft bursar.

Hoveden: Lambeth

to

X

2

— Recommends Signed.

P.

1.

Add.

Endd.

Richard Astley as P. 1. Add. Endd.

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE.

308

1

605.

77.

Nomination by EicLard Bancroft, Arcbbp. of Canterbury, of Edmund Manwairing as dean, on a devolution. Lambeth Signed and sealed. Endd.

78.

Bancroft to the College: Eequests them to renew the lease of the parsonage of Upchurch to Sir Justinian Lewin. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

29 Dec. 1605-6. 24 March 1 606. 17 Oct.

1606.

office

of bursar

Mr. Lee

:

Add.

I.

for

the

Endd.

on a devolution, to the Robert, son of Dr. Albericus Gentilis, as fellow, vice John Sonibancke, deceased. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

80. Bancroft

81.

25 Nov. 1606. 4 Dec.

—Recommends Signed. P. College: — Nominates,

79. Bancroft to the College

20 Nov.

1606.



Nomination of Robert Gentilis ban eke, on a devolution

as scholar, vice

Signed and

John Soni-

sealed.

Endd.

—Hears

they intend to disregard his letter of October 17 in favour of Mr. Lee. Expects them to do as he wishes. Lambeth Signed If Mr. Lee has refused to subscribe with the rest of P.S. the University, and still refuses, Bancroft revokes his recommendation P. 1. Add. Endd.

82. Bancroft to the College:



1606.

warden and seniors: mendation of Lee. Lambeth

83. Bancroft to the

11 Dec.

Signed.

Nomination of

Edmund Manwairing

1606. 31 Dec.

84.

1606-7.

85. Bancroft to the College

1

1607.

4 Dec.

:

1608. Dec.

Endd.

on a devolu-

sealed.

Endd.

— Has consulted

86. Bancroft to the College tin, of

87.

:

—Recommends

Bartholomew Mar-

Exeter College, M.A., for a fellowship. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.



Bancroft to the warden and officers: Authorises Charles CsBsar, B.A. and law fellow, to take his M.A. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.



Recommends Josias Birde, 88. Bancroft to Hoveden Lambeth of Dr. Birde, for a chaplaincy. :

89. Bancroft to

the College:

chaplain, as bursar.

—Recommends

1.

kinsman

Add. Endd.

Mr. Osborne,

his

Lambeth Signed. P.

1

Add.

1.

Signed. P. 1607. 14 Dec.

his recom-

lawyers about the objection urged against young Gentilis on the score of his Again requires them to admit him. Lambeth age. Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

5 Oct.

1607. 19 Oct.

P.

as dean,

Signed and

tion

Jan.

1607. 1

— Repeats

1.

Add. Endd.



Recommends, as sub-warden, Mr. 90. Bancroft to the College: Lee, who has taken much pains with Sir Robert Carre, a gentleman much esteemed by His Majesty. Desires the warden, if he cannot otherwise efifect it, to devolve the election.

Signed.

Lambeth P. 1. Add.

Note in the margin by Hoveden

INJUNCTIONS, MANDATES, LETTERS, ETC. 1

608.

91.

22 Dec.

1608-9. 8 Peb.

8C9

Nomination of John Lee, sub-warden Thos. Draper, rector George Lawley and William or moderator of theology Binion, deans; Arthur Ducke and Richard Moket, burLambeth sars, on a devolution. Signed and sealed, Endd. ;

;



Requests them to elect to some 92. Bancroft to the College: vacant fellowship a son of tlie Bishop of Exeter [Wm.

Lambeth 1. Add. Endd, Desires him to send to him Gentilis, Bancroft to Hoveden who is in question for some disorder. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. Recommends Nicholas Dochen to Bancroft to the College Lambeth a fellowship, vice Roderick Floyd, deceased. Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. Desires them to give leave to Bancroft to the College: Cotton], a student of Christ Church.

Signed. P.

1608-9. 16 March

93.

1609.

94.

23 April 1609.

19

95.

May

:



:





Robert

Grentilis

to visit his uncle Scipio

Lambeth 1609.

Signed, P.

1.

in

Grermany.

Add, Endd.



Hoveden: Hears that the bursars have been If they can gain deceiving the College in their accounts. 20^. by their traffic in coals, they will probably cozen the This deserves exCollege still more in other accounts.

96. Bancroft to

10 Aug.

Lambeth Hannfier and Manering'' P, I. Add. Endd, In favour of Sir George Paule, who Bancroft to Hoveden Lambeth desires a lease. Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. In favour of Humphrey Linde, who Bancroft to Hoveden: has a suit in the College Court at Edgeware. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add, Endd. Allows them another fortnight Bancroft to the College: Lambeth for making leases. Signed. P, 1. Add. Endd, pulsion.

Signed,

1609. 15 Sept.

97.

1609. 27 Sept.

98.

1609.

99.

1 1

Oct.

'•

— —

:



100. Bancroft to the College

1609. 25 Oct.

101. Bancroft

Cotton.



Repeats his request in favour of Resignations must not be admitted. Lambeth Signed, P, 1. Add, Endd,

1609. 19 Oct.

:

to Hoveden :— Intends to disallow resignations. However, in consequence of a letter from the Earl of Montgomery, requests that a countryman of Mr. Han-

mer, a Welshman, may siicceed him. Hanmer has named four, the worthiest of whom is to be chosen. Lambeth Signed. P, 1. Add. Endd. 1609.

26 Oct.

:

the letter.

1609-10. 2 Jan.



102. George Paule to Hoveden Recommends Bayly for a bursarship, at the archbishop's desire, who has also signed

Lambeth

Hoi.

—^Asks

P.

1.

Add. Endd^

103. Bancroft to the College them to give Gentilis some allowance as a favour, which has been done on previous occasions. Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. Lambeth :

ARCHIVES OF ALL SOULS' COLLEGE,

310

1609-10.

104.

3 Jan.

1609-10. 5 Jan.

Nomination by Archbp. Bancroft, on a devolution, of Eicliard Astley, rector of theology Wm. Bennion, bursar Arthur Ducke and Wm. Kingsley, deans. Lambeth Signed and seeded. Lat. Endd.



105. Bancroft to the College: Remarks about their failure to elect the son of the Bishop of Exeter ; certain items in the

double decrements in the buttery during the time of making up the Lambeth Signed. Pp. 4. Add. Endd.

warden's accounts beer and feasting accounts.

1609-10.

;

;



Suspends the injunction of his predecessor to the effect that if any fellow practises the civil law in any court without the precincts of the Lambeth University he shall lose his fellowship.

106. Bancroft to the College:

March

2

;

;

P.

Signed.

Hoveden

Add. Endd.

1.



Dispenses with Mr. Davies from proceeding Doctor this present Act. Lambeth Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd.

1610. 6 July

107. Bancroft to

1610.

Repeats his recommendation of 108. Bancroft to the College: Mr. Cotton, son of the Bishop of Exeter. Desires their favour also for Sir James Paule and Richard Bancroft, his

7 Oct.



own nephew. 1610.

:

109.

29 Dec.

Lambeth

Signed.

P.

Add. Endd.

1.

Nomination by the Dean of Canterbury, sede vacante, of Arthur Duck, sub-warden Anthony Davis and Jenkin Vaughan, bursars Basil Wood and Wm. Brinker, deans and Wm. Bennyon, rector of divinity. Cambridge ;

;

;

Signed.

1610-11.

110. Sir Daniel

Dun

of Canterbury

5 Jan.

to

Hoveden

is

certain.

tents of his instrument.

1610-11. 27 Jan.

111.

The Chapter



His right to elect as official Requires him to obey the conThe Court Signed. P. 1. Add. Endd. :

of Canterbury to

Hoveden

:

—Will not act upon

his bill of complaint during the dean's

refractory fellows have

Endd.

absence.

shown great contempt both

The for the

warden