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THIRTT-SKTH ANNUAL REPORT 



DEPUTY KEEPER 



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[18th Fsbeoart 1876.] 



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CONTENTS. 



REPORT. 

Page 

Introdactorj Statement - - - - - iii 

L Records of the Dachy of Lancaster - - - ili 

n. Records of the Palatinate of Lancaster - - - iii 

IIL Records of the Palatinate of Durham - - - iii 

IV. Fac-similes of National Manuscripts, &c.y by Process of 

Photozincography - - - - - iv 

y. Calendars and Transcripts - - - - iv 

VI. Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland 

during the Middle Ages - - - - vi 

VII. New Block of Record Repository - - - vi 

Vlll. Fees : Government and other Business : &c. - - vi 

IX. Transfers and Removals .... viii 

X. Arrangement, Repairs, Binding, and similar Operations - viii 

XI. Inventories - - - - - - ix 

Xn. Calendars and Catalogues - - - • iz 

XIIL Indexes --.---.x 



APPENDIX L 

No. 
i. Durham Records : Calendar of the Cursitor's Records : 

Chancery Enrolments (continued) - . . 1 

2. Duchy of Lancaster Records : Calendar of Ancient Charters 

or Grants (continued) - - . - - - 161 

3. Mr. Sanders' Annual Report, for 1874, on Fac-similes of 

National Manuscripts Photozincographed - - 206 

4. List of Irish Documents Photozincographed, Vol. 11. - 222 

5. M. Armand Baschet's Report upon Documents in French 

Archives relating tu British History ... 230 

6. Calendars of State Papers, &c - - - . 258 

7. Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland 

during the Middle Ages - - . . . 260 



APPENDIX n. 

No. 

1. Welsh Records: Calendar of Recognizance Rolls of the 

Palatinate of Chester, to the end of the reign of Henry IV. 1 



7-3 -h 

THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT 



OF 



THE DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC 

RECORDS. 



TO THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. 

May it please Toub Majesty, 

I BESPEGTFULLY beg leave to submit to Your Majesty 
my Annual Keport of the proceedings in the Public Record 
OflSce, for the year 1874. 



L RECOBDS OF THE DUCHY OF LANCASTER. 

The arrangement of the Records of Your Majesty's Duchy of 
Lancaster has progressed. In Appendix L to this Report is 
the continuation of the Calendar of charters and deeds to* or 
from private persons who held lands of the great feudatories of 
the Crown. These lands became subsequently vested in the 
House of Lancaster^ and ultimately in the Sovereign in right of 
tlie Duchy of Lancaster. 

IL RECORDS OF THE PALATINATE OF LAN- 
CASTER. 

These Records which were removed to this Office from Lan- 
caster and Preston^ as mentioned in the Thirty-fifth Report 
(§ 11.)^ have been temporarily arranged^ and certain classes have 
been stamped, numbered, and inventoried. 



IIL RECORDS OF THE PALATINATE OF DURHAM. 

Another portion of the Calendar of the Records belon^ng to this 
Palatinate has been completed during the year. It is annexed 
to this Report (App. I., Na 1,) and contains the Chancery Acts of 
the Episcopates of Sherwood, Fox, Severs, Bainbridge, Ruthall^ 
and (Carnal) Wolsey. The second volume of the '' Registrum 

85256. A 2 



IV THE THIBTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 

Palatinum Dunelmense '' has been published during the past year ; 
the third volume is in the press and on the eve of completion. 



rV. FAC-SIMILES OF NATIONAL MANUSCRIPTS, 
&a, BY PROCESS OF PHOTOZINCOGRAPHY. 

The operations on these Documents have been continued at 
the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton. The particulars are 
given in the last Annual Report of Mr. Sanders, the Assistant 
Keeper of the Public Records, stationed at that Office (App. I., 
No. 3). The first part of the first volume of the Irish Series has 
been published, and the second part is in the press. 

A Chronological List of Documents in the second volume of 
this series is added to this Report (App. I.^ No. 4). 



V. CALENDARS AND TRANSCRIPTS. 

The sixth volume of the Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts, 
preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth (edited by 
the Rev. Ji S. Brewer and William Sullen, Esq.) Was pub- 
lished early in the year. That volume completes the series of 
the Calendar of Carew Papers commenced in 1865. It extends 
from the year 1603 to 1624, and embraces all the materials 
collected by Sir George Carew respecting the plantation of Ulster 
and the events of Ireland during that period. 

A second volume of the Calendar of State Papers relating to Ire- 
land during the reign of James I. (1606-1608), edited by the Rev. 
C. W. Russell, D.D., and John P. Prendergast, Esq., has likewise 
been published. In the preface the Editors give a review^ not only 
of the Papers calendared, but, of the whole series of State Papers 
belonging to that reign. It contains also an explanation of the 
condition of Ireland at the close of the reign of Queen Elizabeth : 
and in the Appendix to the volume is a list of the letters and papers 
which appear to relate to Irish affiurs during the reim of James I., 
preserved among the Papers in the collection of the Marquis of 
Salisbury at Hatfield House. 

The fourteenth volume of the Calendar of Domestic State 
Papers for the reign of Charles I., extending from April to Sep- 
tember 1639, edited by Mr. W. D. Hamilton, has also been pub- 
lished during the year. The principal feature in this volume is 
the account of the first northern campaign against the Scottish 
Covenanters. There are also some interesting particulars in the 
volume relating to the enforcement by the Privy Council of the 
payment of ship-money. 

Of the Foreign Papers, the ninth volume for the reign of 
Elizabeth, editea by Mr. A. J. Crosby, has been published. It 
contains Papers of the years 1569, 1570, and 1571. The Calen- 
dar of the Scottish correspondence gives some account of the Re- 
bellion of the Earls of Northumberland and Westmoreland, and 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC EECfORDS. T 

the revolt of Leonard Dacres ; the unsatisfactory relations between 
England and Spain are illustrated by the Spanish Papers in the 
volume ; and the increasing communications between England and 
Russia can be traced in the Papers relating to Russia. 

Mr. Rawdon Brown has continued his sixth volume of his 
interesting Calendar of Venetian State Papers to the year 1556 ; 
and he has transmitted 11 additional volumes of Transcripts of 
important Documents from the Archives of Venice relating to 
British Affairs^ making 74 volumes of valuable materials for our 
National History. 

The Calendar of all instruments and entries relating to Ireland, 
from the Records in this Department to the end of the reign of 
Henry VII. (Thirty-fourth Report, § IV.), has been continued 
by Mr. H. S. Sweetman in manuscript to the end of the year 
1259, and his collection has been printed down to July 1222. 

Mr. Peter Turner, a senior clerk in this Office^ has been for many 
years engaged on a Calendar of the Rolls of the Palatinate of 
Chester, which he has now brought down to the 30th of George II. 
In its compilation and arrangement he has bestowed great care. 
These Documents, under thd vague title of Recognizance Rolls, 
are, in reality, the Chancery Rolls of the Palatinate, containing 
enrolments of Charters, Letters Patent, Commissions, and other 
Documents issued under the Seal of the Palatinate, as well as 
Recognizances, Deeds, and Evidences of a private nature, being 
of the same nature as those on the English Chancery Rolls. The 
information which may be obtained from these Records is exceed- 
ingly valuable for History, Biography, and Genealogy. The 
Palatinate of Chester has been long celebrated for its Local 
Histories, and the contents of these Rolls afford valuable additions 
hitherto unpublished. In App. II., No. 1, is the first part of Mr. 
Turner's Alphabetical Calendar of the Rolls, extending from the 
commencement down to the end of the reign of Henry IV. 

The progress made in other Calendars is mentioned in the 
Appendix I. (No, 6). 

In the year 1874, 487 volumes of the Printed Calendars were 
sold, making a total of 8,728 volumes since the publication of 
the series. 

With reference to Transcripts obtained from foreign countries 
(Thirty-fifth Report, § V.), M. Armand Baschet has continued 
his collection of Documents relating to British History preserved 
in the Public Libraries and Archives of Paris. An interesting 
Report by M. Baschet, giving an account of some of the collec- 
tions of Documents in Paris and various parts of France illus- 
trative of that subject, is submitted to Your Majesty with this 
Report (App. I., No. 5). 

The Kev. Joseph Stevenson has also continued the collection 
of Transcripts relating to British History preserved in the Vatican 
Archives and in the Libraries of Rome ; he has forwarded many 
parcels of Transcripts to this Office. He expects to make mor« 
rapid progress than hitherto, inasmuch as some obstacles formerly 
in his way have been removed by the Roman authorities. 



VI THE THIBTT-SIXTH BEPOBT OF THB 

VL CHEONICLES AND MEMORIALS OF GREAT 
BRITAIN AND IRELAND DURING THE 
MIDDLE AGES. 

The publication of the works in this series has been continued 
during the year. Three volumes have been completed and pub- 
lished ; but several were nearly ready for publication at the close of 
the year. A list of the volumes publishea and in progress is given 
in the Appendix (App. L, No. 7). The Sale during 1874 amounted 
to 1,534 volumes, making,8ince the commencement^ a total of 28,907 
volumes sold. The works are very popular among literary men, 
and have been most serviceable to English Scholars in every 
branch of Historical Learning. Foreign Writers have likewise 
abundantly used these works, and made full acknowledgment of 
the benefits which they have derived frotn them. They sip also 
much sought after by Public Libraries at home and abroad. 

• 

VII. NEW BLOCK OP RECORD REPOSITORY. 

I had the honour to state in my last Report (§ IX.) that a 
necessity existed for the immediate erection of another block of 
the Public Record Repository, and that the Master of the Rolls 
had requested the Lords Commissioners of Your Majesty's Trea- 
sury to give directions accordingly. The answer from the 
Treasury has not yet been received, but the subject is under the 
consideration of their Lordships, in conjunction with the First 
Commissioner of Works and Buildings. 

VIII. FEES: GOVERNMENT AND OTHER 

BUSINESS: &a 

The amount of Business in the Search Office, and of Fees re- 
ceived, in 1874, is as follows : — 

£ 8. d. 
742 Copies - - - 386 5 

116 Attendances - - 100 17 



-e487 2 



The total amount of Fees received, and paid to the account of 
the Consolidated Fund, from 1840, is 26,472Z. Is, Sd, 

The number of applications for Records in the Search Office, 
by the Public, in 1874, was 25,830, each person on an average 
inspecting more than ten documents. These are only the regis- 
tered applications, and do not include the daily personal inquiries 
for information, which are verbally answered and disposed of. 

94,368 membranes and leaves were stamped before their pro- 
duction to searchers, a regulation essentially necessary for the safe 
keeping of the Public Muniments, and which, without danger to 
their safety and integrity, cannot be dispensed with. This number 



DEFUTT KEEPER OF THE FUBLIO HECORDS. 



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is in addition to 11^752 membranes and leaves which had been 
stamped on former occasions before production to searchers, making 
a total of 106^120 membranes and leaves considted by searchers 
in 1874. 

The amount of work performed specially for Government De- 
partments during 1874 is as follows : — 

.Number of Searches, Inspections, Issues, and Betubns of Govern- 
scENT Papers, for Government Departments, in 1874. 



Departments. 


Numher 
of Searches or 
Applications. 


Nnmber 

of Inspections, 

Issues, Returns, 

&c. 


Treasuvf ------ 

„ (Solicitor) - . - - 

Home Office . . . . - 

Foreign Office ..... 

Colonial Office . . . . - 

War Office - . - . 

Admiralty (Whitehall) .... 
„ (Somerset House) - - - 
„ (Registry) .... 

Lord Cihamherlain's Office ... 

Mint .-..-. 

Paymaster-General .... 

Patent Office ..... 

Ecclesiastical Commissioners ... 

Ohanoery (CHerks of Records and Writs) - 


68 

6 

46 

86 

180 

245 

43 

79 

4 

3 

1 

1 

103 

1 

3 


5,756 

29 

387 

941 

1,756 

5,879 

959 

872 

6 

228 

2 

71 

103 

16 

4 


Total - - . - 


869 


17,009 



The preceding table does not give, ' however, an adequate idea 
of the extent of business transacted in the Public Record Office 
for the Government Departments^ inasmuch as searches for, 
and references to, the Documents often occupy many days ; and 
copies of Documents which have been consulted are also fre- 
quently required. 13,066 Books and Papers have been stamped 
with the Public Record Office stamp before transmission to 
Government Departments/ which are not included in the number 
stamped for searchers above-mentioned. 

The following are the periods to which the Departmental 
Documents in this Office are at present open to the public, by 
permission of the Departments :— • 

Treasury — To 1759 inclusive ; but not after, without the 
special permission of the Treasury, under the hand of one of the 
becretaries. 

Home Office — To the end of the reign of George II., 1760. 

Foreign Office— To 1760 inclusive; and, on applicants having 
previously obtained the sanction of the Secretary of State, to the 
Peace of Amiens in 1802. 

Colonial Office — To the end of the reign of George IT., 1760. 

War Office— To the end of tbe reign of George III., 1820 
(with a discretion to the Officers of the Public Record Office to 



• a • 



YUl THE THIBTT-SIXTH BEPOBT OF THB 

withhold any War Office Document, subject to appeal to the 
Secretary of State for War). 

India Office— To 1853. 

Admiralty (Whitehall)— Letter Books, &c., to end of 1800. 

Admiralty (Accountant-General of the Navy) — A pottion, to 
1760. 

Audit Office — To the end of the reign of George II., 1760. 

Board of Trade— To the end of the reign of George III., 1820. 

The examination of the Documents belonging to the late 
Masters of the Court of Chancery has been continued: — 136 
bundles of papers (principally of the present century), in the late 
Master Farrer's Office, have been examined and sorted. They 
contain the proceedings and matters in 1,116 suits; a list has 
been made of the causes in 75 of those bundles, of which the papers 
are important in legal inquiries, the nature of the Documents, 
and the dates and names of suits, being specified. 

The assistance afforded 1}y the Record Officers to the Historical 
Manuscripts Commission has been continued (Thirty-fifth Report, 
§ X.) ; repairs of some Documents for the Commission have also 
been executed. 

IX. TRANSFERS AND REMOVALS. 

Transfers of Documents have been made into the Office during 
the year 1874 from the Enrolment Office, Chancery; from the 
Crown Office (House of Lords); from the Court of Common 
Pleas (Masters' Office); from the Treasury, the Treasury Solicitor's 
Office, the Home Office, Foreign Office, War Office, Admiralty, 
and Lord Chamberlain's Ofiice; amounting to 145 rolls, 30,830 
volumes, 4,374 bundles, parcels, or portfolios, and 48 sacks. A 
Transfer has been made from this Office, to the Clerks of Records 
and Writs of the Court of Chancery, at their request, of 
21 bundles of Affidavits for the year 1852, required for current 
business. 

A Report has been made on the Records of the Mint for the 
last three centuries, alluded to in the Thirty-fifth Report (§ XL), 
and transmitted to the Deputy Master of the Mint, but ho further 
proceedings have yet been taken. 

X. ARRANGEMENT, REPAIRS, BINDING, AND 

SIMILAR OPERATIONS. 

The important duties of repairing and arranging the Records 
have been carried on in the usual manner during the year; 
247 Chancery suits, and 4,338 volumes, portfolios, and bundles 
have been arranged ; 225 parcels of papers have been dusted ; 225 
parcels, and 3,400 membranes and leaves, have been flattened ; 
19,273 leaves guarded; 200 cases, 656 membranes, and 36,662 
leaves repaired ; 24,332 membranes and leaves repaired by the 
process oi sizing ; 7,045 volumes and bundles, and 220,996 mem- 
branes and leaves, numbered; 609 leaves pasted down; 178 



DEFUTT KEEPER OF THE PI7BUC BECOBDS. IS 

membranes made into Bolls ; 8 membranes damped and sepa- 
rated; 154^843 membranes, and 43^064 leaves, stamped ; 7,533 
bundles tied np; 1,419 rolls, 323 volumes, 3,851 files or bundles, 
and 71 boxes, ticketed ; 2,360 tickets made, printed, and stamped ; 
97 membranes cleaned ; 4,210 Foreign and Treasury State Papers 
examined with printed Calendars, and arranged for binding ; 1 
bundle of Privy Seals re-filed; Lord Chamberlain^s Records 
stamped; 898 volumes and many papers incorporated with die 
series to which they belong ; 54 volumes and 899 leaves bound, 
bindings repaired to 38 volume^, &c.; the Auditor's Becords 
(Diurham) ticketed, identified, and made into bundles (continued) ; 
slips of Indexes arranged alphabetically, &c. ; many lists of 
Documents made, examined, stitched, &c. ; seals packed in wad- 
ding; one repository room newly ticketed, with numbers of 
divisions, and of shelves of presses, &c. 

XI. INyENTORIES. 

Audit Office: — continued 

DuHHAH, Palatinate of: — continued. 

Exchequer : — 

QueevLS Remembrancer: — 
Ministers' Accounts ; continued. 

Lancaster, Duchy of: — continued. 

Land Revenue Records : continued. 

XII. CALENDARS AND CATALOGUES. 

Chancery : — 

Close Rolls ; continued to 55 Hen. III. 
Decrees, Vict; 3 Rolls, 61 Decrees. 

Patent Rolls; 9 Edw. I., completed, 2,356 more entries; 
10 Edw. I., in progress, 1,131 entries. 

Exchequer : — ' 

Queens Remembrancer : — 
Depositions by Commission; continued to 23 Charles IL 

(9,260 suits calendared from 1 Eliz. to 23 Charles II.) 
Miscellaneous; continued. 

Court of Requests : — 

Proceedings ; in course of arrangement 

Durham, Palatinate of: — 
Chancery : -— 
Cursitor's Records ; Bishop's Rolls, continued; (see Appen- 
dix I., No. 1). 

Lancaster, Duchy of : — continued ; (see Appendix I., No. 2). 

Welsh : — 

Recognizance Rolls ; continued ; (see Appendix IL, No. 1). 



x the thibtt-sixth bepobt, etc. 

Letters and Papers^ Foreign and Dohestio: — 
Hen. yilL, continued ; printed to end of 1530. 

Colonial OmcE: — 

Colonial : America and West Indies ; continued in manu- 
script to 1665^ printed to 1660: — East Indies, China^ 
and Japan; in manuscript to 1625, printed to 1621. 

Foreign Office:— 

Foreign, Eliz. ; continued in manuscript to ^d of 1572 ; 
printed to 31 December 1571. 

« 

Home Office :— 

Domestic, Chas. I. ; continued ; printed to end of 1639. 
Domestic, Commonwealth ; continued in manuscript to May 

1650 ; printed to December 1649. 
Domestic, Geo. III. ; continued to end of 1765, 1801, and 

1802, in manuscripL 
Irish, Eliz. ; continued ; printed to July 1588. 
Irish, J as. I. ; continued ; printed to end of 1617. 

Treasury : — 

Registered Papers ; continued in manuscript to July 1 709 ; 
printed to end of 1707. 

XIII. INDEXES. 
Exchequer : — 

Queen! 8 Remembrancer : — 
Depositions by Commission ; continued. 

State Papers: — 

Domestic, Anne ; 673 instruments. 

„ Geo. I. ; 925 instruments. 
Scotland, Will III.-Geo. III. ; 4,006 instruments. 
Indexes to Printed Calendars. 



All which is humbly submitted to Your Majesty. 
Dated this 13th day of February 1875. 

(Signed) T. DUFFUS HARDY, 

Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. 

I most humbly certify to Your Majesty that this Report is 
made by the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, under my 
direction, pursuant to the Statute. 

(Signed) G. JESSEL, M.R. 



APPENDIX I. 



TO 



THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE DEPUTY KEEPER 

OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS, 



No. 1. — DuBHAM Records: Calendar of the Cursitor's 

Records : Chakcert Enrolments. 



28. (56.) EoLL No. 1 of John Sherwood, Bishop of Durham. 
(Pontificate extended from lOth August 1485, to 12t1i January 1493-4.) 




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Achrff , messuage and land in - 
Ayoen', Robert, chaplain 
Auckland. West, Robert Dalton' of, 

esquire. 
Atoir, in the coun^ of York, John 

MeiynKton', late of. 
Auckland, North, John Thomley, late 

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Auckland, NortlLlands, Ac., in 
Auckland, west, Robert Buk ot,y&Ch) 

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Auckland, West, cottsge in • 
Auckland, North, John Ghaloner of) 
Auckland, North, land in - -i 
Alewod, Richard - - - - 

Auckland, West» messuage and land in 

Bradley, Ralph Eure of, esquire 
Biadl^, manor of, and land in the^ 

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Bishop's Auckland, rent in • - J 
Blakeston', William, esquire^ deceased, 

Sibilla, widow of. 
Bum', William Clazton' of, esquire 
Billjiigsyd, land in - - 
Brountofte, manor of - 
Bosse, Brian, esquire - 

Bosse, William - 

Bosse, Brian, esquire - 
Bettes, William - 
Brskenbery, Robert, knight - 
Bychbum', Thomas Ferrour of 
Brown'^ohn, of Gateshead - 
Boyss, William, of Chilton' - 
Befiam William, of Henknell' 
BojrirwiUiam, late of Chilton' 

BeUases, William, Cecilia, widow of 

Boys, James ... 

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Bellamys, William ... 

Bekley Hall, John Herbotell', late of - 

Bumhall'. Richard Fethirttanehalgh' 

of, gentleman. 
Bates, John .... 



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See Sure, Ralph 

See Elmeden', William 

Writ of diem claueit extremum 

iSSstf Dalton', Robert - 

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See Thomley, John 

See Buk, Robert 

See Banys, William 

See Ghaloner, John 

See Hadon', John 
^S^ Wotton', Roger 

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To hare assignment of dower out ot* 
the luids, &c., of her late husband. 
See Claxton' William ... 

See Elmeden', William 

Mandamut for Inquisition pott 

mortem. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., 

late of Brian Bosse, esquire, of 

whom he is son and heir. 
iSto Bosse, William - 
Writ of diem eiaueii extremum 
Writ of diem cloMtit extremum 
See Ferrour, Thomas ... 
Writ of diem clausit extremum 
Writ of diem clausit extremum 
Writ of diem olaueit extremum 
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Mandamus for Inquisition post 

mortem. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., late 

of William Bo^, of whom he is 

brother and heir. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., late 

of William Bellasys, of whom he 

is son and heir. 
See Bellaqrs, Thomas- 
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j8!m Sorayll*, George - - - 

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BychfBld. John HerboteU' of - -i 
Blount* Robert, of Durham 
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Birde, Byrd, George, of Newcastle- 

oorTjne, merchant. 
Brauncepath. William Glazton' of - ) 
Bume, William Clazton* of, deceased S 
Berwyk, George Moreton' of 
Bothe, William, esquire 
Bsgrnbrur, Richard, esquire 
BothcL Kochsrd. esquire 
Butteller, William 
Bijring nigh Hampetels, Richard') 

Thomson of - • • -V 

Biging, lob a messuage called - -) 
BnkTRor — 



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>bert. of West Auckland, yeo- 



man. 



Bland, Stephen . - - 
Bertram, ioan, of Durham, widow 



Bell, John, and Elisabeth his wife - 
Byres. Thomas Trotter, of - -^ 
Byres, cottages and land in - 
Byres, Robert Trotter, son of John 

Trotter of - . - - 

Byres, Geoffrey Trotter, son of Geof- 

ftrey Trotter, of - - - 

Banys, William - - • 



Brsdfeld, Thomas, one of the Lords of 
Elwyk. 



The same, Lancelot, heir of 

Broun, John 
Bentley. John - 
Baty, William - 



Belt, William - 

Bates, James, of Bedlyngton' 



Bedlyngton', James Bata of 
Barton*^ Oonao, esquire 



Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Richard Fethir- 
stsnehalffi' of all right, Ac., to a 
tenure in Lynesake. 

iSM Ley, Alexander - - - 



iSse Eure, Thomas . . . 

See Egleston', Nicholas 

See Esyngton', John - . . 

See Lomley, Bertram . - . 

See Claxton\ William 
iSM HaU', WiUiam - 
See Wakefeld, Thomas 

See Fethirstanehalgh', Richard 
See Moreton', George • . . 

j8!m Gonyers, Roger - 

&0 Lyndley, Isabella - 

/S!m Thomson', John . - . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sm> 
render by him to Robert HaAley, 
chaplain, of right, Ac., in the office 
of " pinder " ox North Auckland. 

See Pavy, John • . - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by her to John Bell' woul 
Elisabeth, his wife, of right, &c., 
in lands, &c., in Durham. 

/S!m Bertram, Joan . . . 

4S!00 Tn^tter, Thomas - 



Has Memorandman enrolled of sni^ 
render by him to William Dobson 
of right, &o., in a cottage in West 
Auckland. 

Enrolment of Deed whereby the 
said Thomas, .with the assent of 
Lancelot his heir, _granted to 
Robert Smyth' of ^Ir Island, 
burrages, Ac., in Holy Island. 

Also, Eond by the said Thomas to 
the said Robert, for the peaceable 
occupation of the burgages^ Ac. 
conveyed by the aboTe-mentioned 
Deed. 

See Bradf eld, Thomas 

See Hadon', John ... 

Am Kyrkley, John . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Belt, 
of rif^ht, Ac, in messuages and 
land m Escombe. 

/Sto Baty, William 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Michelson' 
of Norton' of the rcTersion to a 
messuage and land in Norton*. 

Memorandum of reoognisanoe bj the 
said James to keep the said sur- 
render. 

iSas Bates, James . . • 

Deed enrolled whereby he granted 
to Heniy Bouton', esquire, of Sad« 
beiy, in the county of York, Wit- 
liam Pudflsy, Rector of the ohnroh 



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Ronton', Heniy, eMuiro, of Sadbeiyr 
in the county of i ork 

Bolton'* in the county of York, Wil- 
liam PudBay« Rector of the church 
of - - - - 

Bawderstan, WiUiam, of Byaahopmud- 
lam, otherwiae called T»illour. 



ByMhopmud]am«WiIUam Bawderstan'* 

off otherwise called Taillour - 

grathopmudlame, William Hall of - 

Blahopr Hidelham, oren In the vill 

of - - - - 

Bay, William, of Lincoln, husbanc 
man. 

Bay, James ... 
Buea, James, of Bedlington - 



Bedlingion, James Bates of • 
Bates. Bdmnnd, of Norton' 
Brafferton', Richard, chaplain 



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Brafferton', Heniy, chaplain - 
Brafferton', Thomas 

Bnrrell', George, of Holy Island 
Bawkhottse, Richard - 



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Ohelyn^iam. Thomas Grayeot Imigfat ) 
Colinwood. Robert, esquire - •} 

Oslehirst, ooal mines of - ■ 

Gonstable, Ralph, Anne, wife of - "> 
Oonstable/Wiiliam, Isabella^ wife of S 
Claxton', William, of Bum', esquire - 



Cartyngton', John, esquire, Joan, 
wneof - - - - 

Oooyers, Richard, esquire^ Sliaabeth, 
wife of . - - . - 

Clazton', manor of, and land there - 1 

Claxton', Robert, knight, deceased 'J 

OaldhinA, mines in • • 

Cq^le, mines in - 

Conyers, Christopher, knight - 

Conyers, William, esquire 



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OhHton*, WiUiam Boys, Boyss, of 
daveiyng, John, esquire 
Oonyers, William, of Sokbum, esquire 
Cheswyk, Robert Manors of. esqmre • 
Conyers, Richard, esquire, and Blii»> 

both hiswif)9. 
Oave.'William^f Houghton • 



Conyers, Richard, of Horden', esquire 



of Bolton' in the said county, 
Roland Pudsay, esquire. Thomas 
Stransiwich', esquire, of Ketton', 
and Thomas Herbotill', vicar of 
Ponteland. in the county of North- 
umberland, bumges, land, ftc^ in 
the Till of Gateshead. 

jSSm Barton, Conan . . . 



Has Memomndum enrolled of sur^ 
render by him to William Hall 
of Bys8hoplnud]ame,'of right, fto^ 
in a common oven in the vill of 
Bishop's Hidelham. 

See Bawdentaa, William - 



Has Memorandum enrolled of sur> 
render by him to James Bay, of 
rMit, ftc.. in hmd in Darlington. 

iS^Ba/. William 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Bdmund Batez 
of Norton', of the reversion of a 
messuage and land in Norton'. 

See Bates, James 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Henry Braffer- 
ton*, chaplain, his brother, of right. 
&c.. in a cottage and land in Heg- 
hyngton'. and of Thomas Braffer- 
tonO)eing appointed his attorney 
f6r the same. 

^Sto Brafferton', Richard 
See Thomson', Thomas 
4S!00 Ratclyfl, Henry - 

See Graye. Thomas • 
jS!m Walker, Robert - 

See Eure, Ralph 

Mandamue for Inquisition poet 
tHortetMm 



See Elmeden', William 



See Witton*. Thomas ... 

Writ of diem olaueit extretmtm 
To have seisin of the lands. &c.. of 

Christopher Conyers, knight, of 

whom he is son and heir. 
See Boy8s,WilIiam ; aleo Boys. William 
Writ of diem eknieit extremum 
Writ of diem elaueU extremum 
Am Manors. Robert • - . 

£tas Hall', Thomas . . . 



AJ). 

1490. 

Pontif. 
8 



8 



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8 



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AJD. 

flStt. 
Pontif. 
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8 Ric. 8. 
Pontif. 
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Has Memorandum enrolled of but' 
render by him to Nicholas Hall' 
of all right, &c., in land, Ac., in the 
villofNeubotiir. 

Deed enrolled between tlie said 
Richard, and Bleanor. widow of 
Li<mel Clazton, confirming and 
otherwise dealing with Indenture 
for the marriage of Richard, son 
andheir of the aaid Lionel Clazton. 
with Janet, daughter of the said 
Richard Conyers. 



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Comrera, Aichwd, Janet, daughter'\ 

Olaxton, Lionel, Bleanor, widow of, i 
and Richiuil their son - -y 

Chetter, Herberhoos nigh, Bobert 

Weland of, yeoman. 
Cambj, William, merchant of, New-") 

castle-on-Tyne ' - - -?- 

Cudbert, Bobert, gentleman - ») 
Catlynaon', Riohard, of Fysshbum', 

gentleman. 



Clazton', William, of Halywell', eaquire 



Conyers. John, knight ' - **) 
Glaxton , William, of Brannoepath, t 
esquire - - - " "\ 

Claxton', William, of Bunie. deceaseds 
Oonyers, Roger, knight, of Wyniard - 



The same Roger, William Bothe of 
Clooe, esquire, Richard Bajnbrig, 
esquire, and Riohard Bothe, esquire. 



Clooe, William Bothe of, esquire 
Chester, John Thomson* of - 



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Conesclyff . John Ferrour of - 
Conesolyff, lands, Ac in 

Chaloner, John, son and heir of John 
Chaloner, of North A.uckland. 



Cotom, Richard, and Agnes his wife - 
Cassop', Thomas - . . . 

Conset, Thomas Lsybume of • -^ 
Calerowley, tenement called Holehous >- 

nigh j 

Conyers, Roger, kni^t - - •\ 

Conyers, Richard, of Horden*, esquire } 



Derlyngton', &o. (pcuHm) 
Dunelm', Duresme, ftc. (pauim) 
Dariington, rent in - - 
Denton', laud in - 

Durham, manor of Kymblesworth 
nigh - - - - 

Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 



I 



Durham, messuage in • 
Durham, the Lord Bishop of • 
The same - - - . 
The same - . • . . 
Durham, George Strayll' of - 
Durham, the xnint of - . • 
Darlington, Thomas Linoolne of, 
yeoman - - - - - 
Durham, Christopher Warrener of, 
yeoman « • • - - 

Durham, William Randson* of, smith J 
'John Henryson' of, shoe-' 
maker . - . 
Stephen Esshet of, shoe- 
maker • . • 
Thomas Smyth' of, min- 
strel • 
.The Lord Bishop of 



Durham 



S0e Conyers, Riohaid • 
5s« Eqmgton', John - 



^KssLomley, Bertram - • 

Has the following Deeds enrolled ;— 
Deed wherebjr the said Riohard 
granted to Ralph Shirewod a 
messuage and land, &&, in the Till 
and teiTitoiy of Fysriibum'. 
Bond of the said Riohard to the 
said Ralph to ensure his peaceable 
oooupation of a house and land 
in Tyshbum*. 
Has the following Deeds enrolled :— 
Deed whereter the said William 
granted to Robert Blount, of Dur- 
ham, burgages in Durham. 
Deed whereby the said William 
released to the said Robert all 
right, Ao, in the said buxgages. 

See Fethbstanehalgh', Richard 

Has Deed enrolled whereby he be- 
come bound to William Bothe, 
esquire, in aoertain sum of money 

Have the following Deed inrolled ;— 

Indenture between the said Sir 
Roger and William for the pay 
mentofthesumof mon^ named 
in the preceding bond. 

See Conyers, Roger - 

See Thfunson', John • 

iS(M Ferrour, John • * - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Richard Phelipp', 
of rirht, Ac, in land in North 
Auckland. 

See Hadon', John 

See Wotton', Roger - 

/8S00 Lsybume, Thomas 

£tas Ratclyir, Heniy • 

See Darlington. 
iSSm Durham. 

^SIss Eure, Ralph • -< 

See Graye, Thomas ; aleo Walker, 
Roberi 

See ElmedenVWUliam 

See Ferrour, Thomas 

See Witton', Thomas • • . 



i8!00 Stnyll', George • 



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1487. 
Pontif. 

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5 



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BAltoQ*. Bobert, of Weit AuokUuid, 

eaqoire. 
DBrlington. xnenuigek Ac, in * 
J>Uacre, Wflliam - 



Bilacr^ John . . . . 

Dmtam, bungBge in . . . 

Durham, Bobert Blount of - - *) 
Dorfaam, bnrnget in - - -J 

Dorfaam, lands. Ao^ in the coun^ of - 
Doiiiam, the Lord Bishop of - 
Dariuun, Tsabella L^ndley of, Mddow • 
Durham, buisigea m . - . 



Darlington, messuaffes, &o., in 
Darlington, lands, &c^ in 



Doriiam, Joan Bertram of, widow 
Dnrhamltends, ikc^ in - 
Dobson, William • 
Darnon', Bichard, of He^ylden' 
Darungton, land in • - 



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Eure^ Balpb, of Bradley, eMjuire 
The wme» Anne, wife of Kalph Con- 
stable^ Isabella, wife of WUliam 
Oonstablet and Blena, wife of Henry 
Thwa^next of kin of. 



Esthenmgton, lands, &c,in the Vill) 
and territory of - - -/ 
Bcleston* in Tesdale, land in - -) 
Enneden*. William, knirht, Margaret, 
wife of, Joan, wife of John Cartyng- 
ton', esquire, Elisabeth, wifo of 
Bichard Conyers, esquire, and 
FUicia, wife of Balph Wodryngton', 
knight. 



Eqmgton', land in, and in the Till of - 
Blstob, Henry, esquire - - - 

Euro, Bobert* late of Holmset, esquire 
E8sh^2Stephen/>f Durham, shoemaker 
Eure, Thomas, next of kin and heir of 

Hugh Bnmynghiir the younger, 

esquire. 

Egleston', NlcholaiL brother of John 
Egliston, deoeased. 



SgUston', John, deoessed 
Bqrngton', John Souzby of 



Writofdlsmc^MtsJtftp^rraiwm. See 
aho Lawrenoob John. 

iSMl^.John - - - • 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Dilacre his 
son, of all right* Ac., ina tenure in 
Lynesak. 

iS^Dilacre, William - 

See Meiyngton', John 

See Olaxton', William 

See Fethirstanehalgh*, Bichard 
See Moreton*, Oeorse ... 
See Lyndley, Isabella . - - 

See Seton', Bobert de - 



ASisPavy, John . « . 

4800 Ferrour, John . . . 

iSM Bertram, Joan - - . 

iSSMBanys, William . . . 

4800 Kyrkby, John - . . 

/&MB8y,WiUiam 

Writ of diem olausU extremum 
To have seisin of the manor of Bid- 
dyng, and land. Ac., adjoining in 
West Auckland, and in the irill of 
West Auckland, land in Wdryng- 
ton, rent in Dariingtoo, lands, Ac, 
in the vills and territories of 
Estheryngton' and Midilheryng- 
ton', messuages, Ac., in Wolsyng- 
ham, and rent* Ac., there, a mes- 
suase and land at Femehilles, 
land in the "campus "of Bradley, 
a messuage, Ac, in Suawfeld, land, 
Ac., in Stanehop', rent in Bishop's 
AucklancL a messuace and land in 
Denton', land in Bueston' in Tes- 
dale, land nigh Krmblesworth, 
the manors of Kymblesworth nigh 
Durham and Bradley, and lands, 
Ac., on both sides of the river 
Wear, late belonging to the said 
Balph. 

See Euro, Balph ... 



To have seisin of the manor of Hor- 
den' Jand in the vills of Esyngton' 
and Thorp', the manors of Great 
Hessewell' and Pespole, the manor 
of Claxton' and land there, Uud, 
Ac, in Hurworth', Morton', and 
Hawthorne, the manor ofPontofte. 
land in Billyngsyd, Pontofte, and 
Esyngton', the manor of Broun- 
tofte, a messuage and land in 
AcIyflT, messuages and land in 
Plawesworth', and a messuage in 
Durham, as the daughters and 
heirs of Bobert Claxton', knight. 

See Elmeden', William 

Writ of diem chuteit extremum 

Writ of diem claueit extrem»m 

jSm Hemrson', John - 

Has Deed enrolled whereby he oon< 
firmed to Cuthbert Billyn^ihamu 
esquire, his estate and interest in 
the manor of Bumynghill', and 
releases all right therein. 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Gren- 
weir, Thomas Grange.and Bobert 
Berker of all right, Ac, in land, 
Ac, in Wolmigham. 

See Ikleston', Nicholaa 
I See Hall', Thomas - 



Year of 
Pontifi- 
cate, Ac 



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4 



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Pontif. 

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Pontif. 
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7 
8 
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Tour of 
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8d* 



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Bnmgton', John, of Neweastl^on- 
T^nuB, merohant, ■md Robert Weluid 
or Heberhoui nikh Ohoiter, yeonum, 
to WilUun Bon^i chaplain, and John 
Bone, exeontors of the will of Walter 
Bone^ deoeawd. 
Eghton*. messuage, fto., in the Till of 
Eland, oloae oallea the, nigh the manor 

of Midelham. 
Elwyk, Robert Bradfeld, one of the 

Loordsof. 
Bland, meaaniafi^ and land in - 
Bland, Holy (peuHm) - - - 



Temehillee, land at 
Ferrour, Joim, of Grendnr 
Fulthorp VAlan, esqnire 
Ferrour, Thomas, of Bychbum' 



Ftidhonaes, Thomas Hogaon of; yeo- 
man* 
Frauncyes, Elen, wife of John - 



Fethirstanehalg^*, Richard, of Bum- 
hall', gentleman. 

Fressell , Emmote - • . 

Fethirstanehalgh', Bichaid <• 

Fewlev, William, of Btokton, the 
elder. 



Fewler, John, dh^^ain • . . 
Femakers, John watson', the elder, 

of. 
Fysshbum', Richard Oatlynaon' of,' 

gentleman 



^nshbum', messuage and 
m the Till and territozy c 



lynaon' of,*\ 

1 ]and,ACvr 
of - _ -J 



Fethirstanehalgh', Richard, and Bea- 
trice his wife. 



Fethirstanehalgh', Henry, and Tho- 

masine his sister. 
Ferrour, John, of Oonesclyff - 



The samcb Thomas, son of - - 

Qraye, Thomas, of Chdrnghsm, 
knight, and Robert uolinwod, 
esquire. 



The same Thomas 



See Lomley, Bertram - 
/SstfHaU', William 

See Bradfeld, Thomas 

See Hadon*. John 
See Holy IslMid. 



5m Sur& Ralph . . . 

Writ of diem clomeU extremum 
Writ of diem eiaueU extremmm 
Enrolmoit of Indenture whereby 
the Lord Bishop demises to him 
his iron mine in Werdale called 
Heniysongreyfl, for the term of 
six years at a rent of 9tf . per 
annum. 
Bee Hogaon, Thomas - - . 

To have seisin of the lauds, Ac., late 
of William Bosse, of whom she is 
sister and heir. 

5!0i0 Stnyll', George - . . 

See Wilkynson', John 

See Blakemore, William 

Has memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John FBwler, 
chaplain, his son, of all right, fto., 
in a messuage and land in Stock- 
ton. 

iSM Fewler, William - . . 

See Lomley, Bertram ... 



See Oatlynson', Richard 

Have Deed enrolled whereby they 
granted to. Ralph, Earl of^ West- 
moreland, John Gouyers, knight, 
William Claxton', of Braunoe- 
IM^', esquire, Henry Fethirstane- 
halgh', and Thomasine his sister, 
the lands, Ac., in the county of 
Durham, late l)elonging to Wifliam 
Olaxton' of Bume, brother of the 
said Beatrice, rendering therefora 
to the said Beatrice ^r her life 
100 shillings per annum. 

See Fethirstanehalgh', Richard 

Deed enrolled whereby he granted 
to YAh son Thomas his lands, Ac., 
in Gonesclyff. Moreton' upon 
Swale and Darlington, and to 
Walter de Neseham and Agnes his 
wife a burgage in Darlington. 

5(M Ferrour, John . • . 

Enrolment of Indenture whereby 
the Lord Bishop, with the consent 
of the King, commits to them the 
custody of the castle of Norham 
for one year. 

Enrolment of a similar Indenture 
committing to him the custody of 
the castle of Norluun for seven 
years, with rent reserved vaiying 
in several years. For the due per- 
formance of the donditions the 
said Thomas, Heniy Percy, Earl 
of Northumberland, Thomas Gray 
of Horton', knight, Robert Rames 
of Bhortfald, esquire, Thomas 



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Onj, Tbonui, of Horton*. knight 
Omt H«H«ell', DUdor of • 
Qrendm', Bobert 



Grendnr, Jolu Temmr of 
GUadund, to. (aatrtm) 
GabMlMad, John Brown' of - 
OnjilDk, lUlpb, M» of Orvitok, 

knlghL 
Ooirere, John, Mqnire - - . 

Orenwell', Willuun - - -l 

QruRS, Thomu - - • ■} 

Qrmweir, Thomu 
Gainrlalir, Jahn, o[ lomiwley - -'i 



Qowcr. JohniOtHartlepooliOquira 



Hiirli.ra-,Th,jiimv(!rti.v of, knight -■ 
Hiun-nHin', Tliumm. of KigftBton', 

HotSod'. Manor ol 
BisBirtieir. Ore*l, tnnncirof 

HfitbuUU', johii.'biti of TfDsmouth', 

Bolon*. John, eMuire - 
Bennxnigrqrir, jjroD mine in 'Werdalie 

HoeHm. Thomu. of Peldhanaei, 



EetherdDch. othervlM Tollxwe 
Hoton*, Joan, OHimra ■ 

Hdinnt, Bobert Sure, late oT.eM 
Benkneir, VilUam B«11hti of 
HerbotcU.Jobii- 



Hagenton' of HigOTSton' eaQnlre. 
Hen:y8w]ijnnoirof fikemervton,* 
eaqnlre, aad Thomaa Btrolher, 
GMluin, beoome bound to r 
Biahop- 

See Gnye, Thomu - 

Set ElmedoD'. ffUIIwn 

MandamHi tax Inqoldtion pett 

Btt FeiTonr, John • • 

AaOUwhsad. 

iSh Broiro'. John 

Trit of dUm clautit afrMwan 

Trlt d( dim slaxnl afrnwia 
Bm Sgleston', Nlcliolu 
Sat SjAbj, Joho 

jSm Lomlar. BsMnun - 

Hu Daed enrolled wberalw be 
nMitedto Roger VIno«at of Onat 
Bmetun, laiMU, Ac, in the villi 
and territoriu of Hett end Frai- 

iJlM no«er, John 
iSHBerttHi'iConea . ' • 



.S«« Velknr, Bobert - 
Bat Qraja, Tbomu ■ 



5m Blmedan-, Villiun 
Itamlamnt fbr Inquiiition | 



at dirm clan*it srfrdMiiB;- 
H> Hogeaon', Hugh. 
if diem cla%nt arinnmim 
IS MiaiD ot the lends, ic^ o. 



To heye Miun of the ludi, Ac, lete 
of John HerboteU' of Beklejr Han, 
enulie, of whom be i* aon ind 

Writ of diim clauU 



bolh iboouken of Dnrbun. 



{h'feldjWllUam. 
rion', Thomu 



of Thomi .._, 

Dnrbun, otberwlae called Piper, 
whom the Lonl BUhop hid par- 
doned tor all fslonlea and other 

VrltofiUniielawU 



Borden', manor of, and land, Ac.,tlieTa 



_. .. Robert Manere 

of all liglit, Ao, in the lands, he, 
Ute of Bdwaid Hayton' hia bther. 

Set Haf ton', Thomu 

iSm Krrknutn, John - 

Bare Peed enrolled whereby tliey 
giBHUid to Richard Conysn, ce- 
quire, and Eliubetb bli wife, the 
manor of Horden' and landi. ke., 
there, and appointed John Boiirby 
of EBjrngbni IhalrattORuj'tDKiTe 
•einn thrrvof. 

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Sd'&^d" 



4d' 
4d'&6d1 



4d'&6d' 
Bd' 



6d' 



7d' 



8d' 



Houghton. WilliAm Gave of - -) 
Hall°KicholM - - - -/ 

Huir, Thomafl, Isabella, daughter and 

heir of. 
Horden', Richard Conyers of, esquire 



Hedlame, William . . . 
Herberhous nigh Chester, Robert 

Weland of, yeoman. 
Herbotill* Edph, esquire 
Herbotelr, John, of Bychfeld - 
Herboteir, Thomas, clerk 
Huchonson' Thomas, chaplain, of 

Gateshead ..... 
Halvweir. William Glaxton' of.esquire 
Hall', William, of Byshopmudlame 



J 



Hall', John, son of William Hall', of 

Bishopmudlame. 
Hal]'. Thomas, clerk . . . 

Hortbum', John Kyrman, Eyrkman,') 

of \ 

Hertbum', messuage and land in 'j 
Hcrtilpol, Ac. Ipcumm) ... 
Hartlepool, Joim Gower of, esquire -^ 
Hett, lands, &c.. in the vill and terri- r 

toiyof - . . . -^ 

Hampstels, Biging nigh, Richard 

Thomson' of. 
Hanley, Robert, chaplain 
Huton', John de - 



HeniTSon', William 



Hall', John, son of William Hall', of\ 
Midelham • - - -C 

Hall', WUliam, of Midelham, JohnC 
Hall', son of - - . . J 

Holy Island, Robert Smyth' of 

Holy Island, burgages, ftc, in 

Hadon*, John, of Xormanbc, Richard 
Cotom, and John Richardson*. 



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9d' 



10 d' 



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Hopper, John - 
Holenous, tenement called 

Calorowley 
Hesilden', Richard DaTYson' of -") 
HaTTthom', cottages in the vill of -i 
Herbotiir, Thomas, vicar of Ponte- 
land, in the county of Northumber- 
land. 
Hall', William, of Bysshopmudlame - 
Heghyngton', cottage and land in 

rThomas Thomson' of," 
I burgess 
Holy Island •< George Burrell of 

I burgage and "place 
L in - . -^ 
Heltell', in the county of Northum 
berland, tenement, fto., in the rill of. 



. »» 



/SStftf Cave, William . . . 

Incomplete entry of a Memorandum 

relating to her. 
See Conyers. Richard 



See Meryngton', John 
iSSetf Esyngton', John - 



See Lomley, Bertram ... 

See Claxton', William 

Has Memorandum enrolled of the 

following deeds : — 
Release by the «ud William to John 

Hair his son, of right, &c., in 

meadows in Midelham. 
Release by the said William to his 

said son of right, &c., in a cottage, 

land, &c., in Midelham. 
Release by the said William to his 

said son of right, &c., in a close 

called the Eland nigh the manor 

of Midelham. 
iS^ Hair, William - 

iSlM Raa, Richard . . . 

/S!00 Kyrman. John . . . 

See Hartlepool. 

iS00 Gower, John . . . 

iS(!e Thomson', John . . . 

See Buk. Robert ... 
See Seton', Robert de • 



Has Memorandum enrolled of sur^ 
render by him to John Hall', son 
of William Hall', of Midelham, of 
right. &c.. in a tenement and land 
in Scgfeld. 

See Heniyson', William 



See Bnidfeld, Thomas 

Have Deed enrolled whereby the 
said John and Eleanor his wif& 
Richard, and Agnes his wife, and 
John, and Joan his wife, confirm 
a grant made by them to Richard 
Alewod of a messuage and land in 
Eland, in opposition to an alleged 
grant thereof fknudulently ob- 
tained by John Brown. 

See Laybume, Thomas 

See Kyrkby, John 
See Barton', Conan - 



See Bawderstan, William 
See Brailerton', Richard 



See Thomson, Thomas 



See Ogle, Robert 



4 

Un- 
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A.D.: 
14S7. 
Pontif. 
4 
4 



6 



6 
6 



6 
6 
6 

6 

6 

6 
AJ). 

U84. 

Pontil 

7 



Reign. 
6H6n.7. 

Pontif. 
7 



8 

AJ). 

14M. 

Pontif. 

8 

8 



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148S. 

Reign. 

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Horden*, Richard Confers of, esquire') 
HaU', Thomas, chaplain > - > 

Hartlepool, rent out of bargages in O 
Belanosfaire, in the county of North- 
umberland. 

Johnson', John . . . • 



The same 



Johnson, William, of Shirebnm' 

Johnson\John - - - - 
Island, Holy {pasBim) . - - 

Ejmblesworth, nigh Durham, manor 

of, and land nigh. 
Kelyngfaall', John, esquire 



KelynghaU', Thomas 



KirlUe, John, esquire • - - 
I[arliU', John, esquire - - - 

£i]^y in Sofbike, Robert Rose, of, 

and Elizabeth his wife. 
Knrkman, John, son and heir of 

Sicluu^ Kyrkman. 



Kyrkman, Richard 
Kyrkby, John, of Westovyle 



Kyrman', Kyrkman', John, of Hert- 
Inun'. 



Eyrkt^, John, esquire 



Ketton', Thomas Strangwich', esquire^ 
of. 

Lomley, Thomas, Lord . • • 



Loml^, George, Lord of 



Lineohiet Thomas, of Darlington, yeo- 
man. 
Lawrence, John . • - - 



See Ratclyff, Henry - 
See Tyler, Sir William 



Has Memorandum enrolled of siu> 

render of all right, &c., to 

in Norton' to John Batez. 

Testifies to his mother Agnes, widow 
of William Johnson of Shirebum', 
his father, being sister of Thomas 
Symsou' of Norton ; and has Memo- 
randum enrolled of surrender of 
all right, Ac.» to lands, fto., in Nor- 
ton' to John Batez, for which 
Robert Wedowe was to make fine 
at the next Hallmoto Court and 
surrender same. 

/S90 Johnson', John . - . 

See Kyrkman, John - • . 

See Holy Island. 

/8m Sure, Ralph . . . 

Writ of diem claueit extremum, A 
similar writ to the Escheator of 
Sadberg. See aleo KelynghaU', 
Thomas. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., late 
of John KelynghaU'. esquire, of 
whom he is son and heir. A 
similar writ to the Escheator of 
Sadbeig. 
Writ of diem elauHt extremum 
/SIm Thirlkeld, Christopher - 
See Rose, Robert ... 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Johnson 
of right, &c., in a cottage, &c., in 
Hertbum*. 

5tftf Kyrkman, John . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Thomas Gron- 
weir of all right, &c., to a tene- 
ment, &G., caUed Stovile. 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Storhird 
of Stokton' of ri^ht, Ac., in a mes- 
suage and hind m Hertbum*. 

Has the following Deeds enroUed :— 

Charter whereby the said John 
granted to Richard Da>yson' of 
HesUden' four cottages in the viU 
of Hawthorn', and appointed John 
Bentler his attorney to give seisin 
thereof. 

l^riting indented whereby the said 
Richard granted that the above- 
mentioned Deed should be void 
on the payment of a certain sum 
of money on a certain day. 

/S!m Barton', Conan - . • 



Writ of diem elavHt extremum, A 
similar writ to the Escheator of 
Sadbeig. /Smo/so Lomley, Qeoxget 
Lord of. 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, late 
of Thomas, Lord of Lomley, of 
whom he is son and heir. A simi- 
lar writ to the Escheator of Sad- 

/SSMMrayU', George . . . 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac., late 
of Robert Dalton', esquire, whose 
sister and heir, Isabella, he had 
married. 

B 2 



9 
Reign. 
5Hen.7. 

Fontif. 
1 

Reign. 
2 Rio. 8. 



SRicS. 
Pontif. 
8 



1 
2 



8 



8 
6 
1 

3 



S 
8 



8 



A.D. 

1480. 

Pontif. 

S 



Reign. 

5 Hai.7. 

PontiL 

8 



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Vd' 



8d' 



2 

4 



4&6 




8 

Id' 
Sd' 



4d'&Bd' 



Linoolneb Thomas 

I^yneaake, teoiire In - 

Ley, Alexander, and Alioe hii wife 



Langchestre* land nigh • 
Lyneaak, tenure in . . . 

Lomley. Bertram, eeqnire, and Mar- 
garet his wife. 



I 



Lamealey, John Gamylaby of - -1 
Lamealey, tenements, Ac- in • •} 
lomdley, Isabella, of Dornam, widow 



London. John Payy of, and Isabella 

hiswife. 
Laurence, Walter . . . 

Lsybumob Thomas, of Oonset - 



Midilheiyngton*, lands, Ac., in the Till 

and territorr of. 
Moreton', land, fto., in 
Moreton', John, of Moreton* - 

The same John, Isabella, widow of 



Morapittmines in - - 

Manors, Bobert. luilght, Joan, widow 

of. 
Musgravei William, esquire - 
Moreton', Bobert 



Moreton', John, deceased 
Moreton', John, Isabella» widow of 



MuflgraTS, William, esquire - 

Maners, Bobert, of Cheswyk, esquire 
Mebum', Bouland, clerk 

Milner, Waltdr - 

Maners, Bobert . . • 

Meryngton', John, son and heir of 

John Meryngton', late of Aton', in 

the county or York. 
Midelham, manor of, and cottage, 

land, &C., there. 



iS!MPy,John - . . . 

See Blakemore, William 

Have Memorandum enrolled of su> 
render by them to John Vasy of 
all right, Ac, to land in NeuUmd- 
flyd and Busseflate. 

i8S00 Bese, Bobert . . . 

i9M Dilacre. William . . - 

Have the following Deeds enrolled :— 

Charter whereby Balph Herbotill', 
esquire, William Buivh' of Burgh', 
esquire, John Herbotell' of Bych- 
feld, Thomas Herbotell*, clerk, 
John Watson' of Wardley, and 
John Chunylsby of Lamesley, 
granted to the said Bertram and 
Margaret a messuage, lands, Ac., 
in Lamesley, a messuage, Ac., in 
the viU of Eghton', closes, Ac, 
within the lordship of, Bavens- 
holme. 

Charter whereby the said Bertram 
and Mai^aret granted to William 
Camby, merehant, rents out of 
tenements, Ao.. in Lamyslee as 
security for the payment of a 
certain sum of money. 

Bond by Bertram Lomley, esquire, 
Bobert Cudbert, and Nicholas 
Tnrpyn, gentlemen, Thomas Ga- 
mj^by, John Watson' the elder, 
of Ferzmkers, and Thomas Huch- 
unson', chaplain, of Gateshead, to 
William Dimby of Newcastle'on- 
True, merehant, in a cert^n sum 
of money as security for the pos- 
session of certain rents out of 
tenements, Ac., in Lamesley. 

See Lomley, Bertram - . . 

Has Deed enrolled whereby she 
granted to William Butteller, her 
son, all her goods and chattels. 

/SSm Favy, John . . . 

S(M Penreth', John . . - 

Enrolment of surrender by him to 

John Hopper, of ru^ht^ Ac., in a 

tenement called Holenous, nigh 

Calerowl^. 

iSetfEure, Balph . . • 

See Elmeden', William 

Writ of diem elaueit extremum 

To have assignment of dower out of 
the lands, Ac, of her late hus- 
band. 

See Witton', Thomas . - . 

Writ of diem chusU exiremum 

Writ of diem ektuHt extremum 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, late 
of John Moreton', of whom he is 
soti and heir. 

See Moreton', Bobert 

To h|kve assignment of dower out of 
the lands, Ac, of her late hus- 
band. 

Mandamue for Inquisition poH 
mortem. 

Writ of diem elaueU extremum 

Mandamue for Inquisition poet 
mortem* 

See Wilkynson', John 

See Hayton', Thomas . - - 

Has Deed enrolled whereby he re- 
leased to William Hedlame, all 
right, Acjn a burgage in Durham. 

^HaOl', 'William - 



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I 
1 



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1 
6 



6 
1 



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9 



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4 



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4 



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6 



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7d'i 

7d' 

9d' 

10 d' 



1 

S 



4ft6 
6 

8 

f 
Id' 



Id' 
8d; 

8d' 



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7d' 
8d' 

9d' 
lOd' 



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10 d' 



Midettiam« cottage^ Ac., in 
Moreton', Ajnies, widow 
Moreton', William 

Uoreton' upon Swale, lands, Ac, in 



Midelham, John Hall« son of William 

Hall', of. 
Hichelson*. John, of Norton.' - 
Iffideihani, Biahops', oven in the Till of 

HTmdrom, in the county of Northum- 
oerland, tenements, ac^ in the yill 
of. 

Norham, cattle of . . . 

The same' ----") 

Northumberland, Henry Percy, Earl > 

of. ) 

Newblging, Thomas Wltton' of 
Newbiff ing, John Orde, of, esquire - 
Nortou, John, knight - • . 

Northmnberland, Ilelandshire, in the 
ooun^of. 

Norton*, lands, Ac.{ in - - . 
Neulandsyd, land m . . . 

Norton, Thomas Symson' of - 

Neubotill', land, Ac. in the Till of - 
Newcastle-on-Tyne^ John Ssyngton', 

of. merchant. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, George Birde, 

Byrd, of .merchant. 
Nornam, Twedmouth, in the county 

ot cottages, Ac. in. 
North AncUana, John Thomley*') 

late of, yeomui - - -> 

North Auckland, lands, Ac, in •) 
North Auckland, oifioe of " pinder " of 



Neseham, Walter de, and Agnes his 

wife 
North Auckland, John Chaloner of 
North Auckland, land in 
Normanbe, John Hadon*. of - 
Norton', John Michelson\ of - 
Norton*, messuage and land in 
Norton', Edmund Bates, of - 
Norton', messuage and land in 
Newton% Robert 
Newton', George 

^nthank, ma*^ 

nor of - 1 in the ") 

Heltell', vill of y county > 
Mymdrom, viU I of ) 
of - ') 
Nether Thruston', messuage, Ac, in - 



Northum-^ 
berland' 



Orde, John, of Newbiging, esquire - 

Orde, John, esquire, Isabella, widow 
of. 

Oglfb Robert . . . . 



Memorandum of his haying taken 
to farm firom the Lord Bishop, cot- 
tages and land in Twedmouth, in 
the county ol Norham, for the 
term of 21 years, at the rent of 
la. per annum. 

See Eaa, Richard 

See Thomley, John - 

See Terrour, John 

See Hemyson', William 

See Bates, James 

See Bawderstan, William 



See Ogle. Robert 

See Graye, Thomas - 
iS^ Graye, Thomas • 



See Witton', Thomas, 

See Orde, John 

Writ of diem elauett extremum 

iSW Tyler, Sir William 



See Johnson', John - 
See Ley, Alexander - 

See Johnson', John - 

See Cave, William 
£Km Bsyngton', John - 

See Wakefeld, Thomas 

See Moreton', George 



See Thomley, John 
See Buck, Robert 
See Perrour, John 

See Chaloner, John 
See Hadon', John 
See Bates, James 

See Bates, James 

See Robson', John 

See Ogle, Robert 
{See Ratclyff , Henry 



Mandamue for Inquisition poet 

mortem. 
Mandamue for Inquisition poet 

mortem. 

Deed enrolled wherby he granted to 
John Offle, his son, the manor of 
Unthank. in the oounty of Nor> 
thumberland, a tenement in the 
Till of HelteU', in the same 
county, and land belonging there- 
to, and tenements and land in the 
Till of llTmdiom, in the aame 
oounty. 



6 

6 

Reign. 

7Bao.S. 

Pontif: 

7 

7 

8 

Reign. 

ISHoiA 



IRICS. 
8Ric.8. 

Pontif. 

4 

4 

7 

Reign. 

6Hen.7. 

Pontif. 

1 

1 
Reign. 
SRicS. 
Pontif. 

4 

4 

5 

5 

6 

6 
Reign. 
7Ric8. 

Pontif. 
7 

7 

7 

8 
9 

Reign. 
lSHe&.6. 

Pontif. 

f 

4 

4 

Reign. 
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8 



8 
Id* 



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7d' 



8d' 
9d' 



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8 

8 
Id* 



Sd* 
Sd' 

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8d* 
lOd' 



Ogle, John . - - 

Percy, Henry, Barl of Northnmbep- 

land. 
Pespole, manor of 
Fontofte, manor of, and land in 
Plswesworth', messnages and land 
• in - - • 

Parke. Ronland, esquire 
PiTOr, Thomas Smyth', minstrel, of 

Durham, otherwise called. 
Py,John 



I 



Py, William . - - - 

Ireston'-upon-Skeme, lands, ftc, in 

the vill and territory of. , , . „ 
Pavy, John, of London, and Isahella 

his wife. 



Parkynson, John 

Penreth'. John, of Whikham - 



Phelipp', Richard 

Pudsay, William, Rector of the" 
church of Bolton', in the county of 
York 

Pudaay, Roland, esquire 

Ponteland, in the county of Northum- 
berland, Thomas Hcrbotill', vicar 
of .----. 

Raly, coal mines of . . . 

Riddyng, manor of . - - 

Rames, Robert, of Shortfald, esquire - 

RadclyfT, Richard, knight 
Raley. mines in - 

Bjmdson', William, of Durham, smith 

Rese, Robert, of Kirkley in Bofoke« 
and Elizabeth his wife. 



:} 



Rypon', George^ ... 
Rypon'. John - - - 

Rudd, Thomas, clerk - 
Ravenshohne, closes, Ac, in the lord- 

ship or. 
Raa,Kichard, chaplain 



Richerdson* John, and Joan his wife - 
Robson', John, of Wodayd, nigh By- 
ton. 



Ryton, John Robson', of Wod^yd, 

nigh. 
Ratclyff, Henry, esquire, and Isabella 

his wife. 



/800 Ogle, Robert 

iSSss Graye, Thomas . - - 

See Ehneden', William 

Writ Of diem clau*it exiremum 
See Henryson'. John 

Has Memorandum enrolled witness- 
ing his release to Thomas Lincobie, 
of all right,&c., in a messuage, land, 
Ac in Darlington, late belonging 
to his f&ther, William Py. 
See l?y, John - . - - 

iSstf Gower, John - - - 

Have Memorandum enrolled of sur^ 
render by them to Stephen Bland 
and John Parkynson, of their 
right, &c., in messuages and land 
in Darlington. , 

iSSM Pavy John - . - - 

Has memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Walter Lau- 
rence, of right. Ac., in a messuage 
and land in Whikham. 

j8m Chaloner, John - - - 



See Barton*, Gonan - • - 

jS^ Walker, Robert . - - 

i800 Euro, Ralph . . . 

/S'm Graye, Thomas - • - 

Writ of diem oUtutU extremum 
See Witton*, Thomas - - - 

i^M Strayll', George - 

Have the following Deeds en- 
rolled :— 

Grant by the said Robert and Eli- 
zabeth to George Rsnpon, of land 

*nigh Langchester, and appointing 
John Rypon', their attorney, to 
give seian thereof. 

Rdease by the said Robert and Eli- 
zabeth to the said George, of all 
right, ftc., in the said land. 

;S!0tf Rese, Robert . . . 

/S^ Hall'. Thomas 

See Lomley, Bertram - - • 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Thomas Hall', 
clerk, of riffht, ftc» in a cottage, 
ftCn in Midelham. ' 

See Hadon', John ... 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Robert Newton' 
and George Newton', of right, &c., 
in a tenement called Wodsidhous. 

See Robson', John - . . 

Have Deed enrolled whereby thev 
sranted to Roger Conyers, ibiight, 
Richard Conyers, of Horden*. es* 

Suire, Thomas Hall', and Robert 
»udd, chaplains, a messuave and 
land in nether Thruston*, and 



Tear of 
Pontifl- 
cate,*o. 



Reign. 
iSHeiuS. 

SRicS. 



Pontif. 
8 

7 
7 



1 
6 



6 
7 



A.P. 
14B0. 



Reign. 
2Ric.S. 

Pontif. 

1 
Reign. 
2Ric.S. 
PontiL 

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Reign. 

6 Hen. 7. 

Pontif. 

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6 

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6d' 



d' 
8d' 
§d' 



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4kb 



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Budd, Robert* chaplain 



Sadberir, Escheator of - 
Snawfeld, memuage, &c., in 
8tanehop'. land, &a, in • 
Sadben. JBflcheator of • 
Shortfiud, Robert Rames, of, esquire*^ 
Swhyxmow, Heniy, of Skementon', 

esquire - - - - - 

Skemerston', Heniy Swhjmnow of, 

esqnire - - - - - 

Strother, Thomas, esquire 

I9adberg, Escheator of • 



StTByll', Georgei of Durham* gold- 
smith. 



The same Georsc, Richard Fethir- 
stanehalgh', of Bumhall', gentle- 
man. Thomas Linpolne* of Dariing- 
ton, yeoman, Christopher Warrener, 
of Durham, yeoman, and William 
Randson', of Durham, smith, to the 
Lord Bishop of Durham. 

Smyth', Thomas, of Durham, minstrel, 

otherwisie called Piper. 
Sokbum, William Conyers of, esquire 
Bofoke. Kirkley in, Robert Rese of, and 

Elisabeth his wife. 

Symson*, Thomas, of Norton - 

StoTjle, tenement, ftc, called - 
Stoolton. William Fewler, of - 
Stockton, messuage and land in 
Sonrby. John, of Eayngtou' 
Sturewod. Ralph 
Svalwels, cottage, Ac., in 
Storhird. John, of Stokton' - 
Btokton', John Storhird of 
Smetun. Great, Roger Vincent of 
Skeme, Preston ujion, lands, &c. 

the Till and territory of 
Seton', Robert de, chaplain 



:} 
:} 

. in}- 



SinUe. Moreton' upon, lands, fto., in • 
Smyth', Robert, of Holy Island 
Sadbery, in the county of York,'\ 
Henry Bonton', esquire, of - • ( 
Strai^lpvich*, Thomas, esquire, of Ket- C 



} 



Tof tes, ooal mines of - 

Thwatys, Henry. Elena, wife of 
Tesdale, Egleston' in, land in - 
Thorp', land in the rill of 
Tynemouth', John HerbotiU', late of - 
Testes " - •') 

Tollawe, Hethcrclogh', > mines in 

otherwise - •) 
Thirlkeld, Christopher, and Joan his 

wife. 



rent out of burgages in Hartlepool, 
and appointing Richard Bawk- 
house. their attorney, to deUver 
seisin thereof. 
/S!90 Ratclyff. Heniy . - - 



See Westmoreland, Ralph. Earl of 

See Eure, Ralph 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 

See Graye, Thomas - 



See Lomley, Thomas, Lord; also 
Kelynghall', John; ako Kelyng- 
hair, Thomas. 

Enrolment of Indenture whereby 
the Lord Bishop commits to him 
his Mint of Durham for the coin- 
age of silver pennies only, for the 
term of three years, at a rent of 
four marks yearly. 

Recognizance for the performance 
of the conditions of the preceding 
Indenture. 



^« Heniyson', John - 

See Conyers. William - 
See Rese, Robert 



See Johnson, John ... 

See Kyrkby, John ... 

iSIm Fewler, William . . . 

/S'm Hair, Thomas . . . 

See Catlynson', Richard 
See Wakefeld. Thomas 

iSiM Eyrman. John . > . 

^SIss Gower, John . . . 

Deed enrolled whereby he granted 
to John de Huton' rents out of 
burgages in Durham. 

iSM Perronr. John - . . 
See Bnidfeld, Thomas 

/^M Barton*. Conan . . . 



5m Wslker, Robert - - . 

•» 
/S(00 Eureb Ralph . • . 

See Elmeden', William 

/8!m Herboti]l% John . - . 

See Witton*, Thomas - 

To have seisin of the lands, ftc, late 
of John Karlill'. esquire, of whom 
the said Joan is daughter and 
heir. 



1 

1 
1 

Reign. 
SRicS. 



Pontif. 
2 



Reign. 
6Hen.7. 



5Hen.7. 



Pontif. 
7 

7 
1 

Reign. 

8Ric.8. 

Pontif. 

8 



4 
9 

6 

6 



6 

A.D. 

1884 

Reign. 
7Ric.2. 
6 Hen.7. 

A.D. 
1400. 



Reign. 
2Ric.8. 

Pontif. 
1 

8 

S 

4 
6 



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No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Sberwood^^MMU. 




Sd' 
6d' 

6d' 



7d' 



9d' 
10 d' 



Id' 
6d' 

10 d' 



8 



Tyler. Sir WUUftm, knightj 



Tweedmouih. lands^ Ac., in and about'N 

the town of.ooal mine appurtenant ( 

to,&c. - - - - -f 

Tweed* fishing in the waters of -) 

Tjne, Kewoaatle on (ptutim) - 

Torpm Nioholae, gentleman - 
Twecunouth, in the county of Norham, 

oottageSy ftCf in. 
Thomley, John, late of North Auck- 
land, yeoman. 



Thomson', John, of Chestar 



Thomson', Richard, of Biging, nigh 

Hampatels. 
Trotter, Thomas, of Byres 



Trotter, Qeoffrey. son of Geofl^y O 
Trotter, Robert, son of John Trotter I 
of Byres - - • - V 

Trotter, John, of Byres. Robert Trot- 
ter, son of - - - -J 
Trotter. Thomas, of Byres •• 



Taillour. William Bawderstan, of Bys- 
shopmudlam, otherwise called. 

Thomson', Thoman, of Holy Island 
rBUuid"),buiKe8S. 



Thruston', Nether, messuage, Ac., in - 

Vasy, John . . . . 
Vincent, Roger, of Great Smetun 

Unthank, in the county of Northum- 
berland, manor of. 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 



Walker, Robert - 



West Auckland, land, &c., in, and in*^ 

therillof 
Wolryngton, land in 
Wol^gham. messuages. 

in - - 

Wear, the river 
Weetmoeland, Ralph Earl of 



es, rent, Ac, | 



Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop let to him to fum 
all his lands,^ within and about 
the town of Tweedmouth,Ilelaad- 
shire, in the county of Northum- 
berland, fishing in the waters of 
Tweed, coal mine belonging to the 
said Bishop by reason of the Mid 
Tweedmouth, and all profits to 
the same town and water belong- 
ing, for the term of five year*, at 
the rent of Kh per aimum. 

See Tyla, Sir William 

See Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

See Lomley, Bertram . • - 
See Moreton'. George . - - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of the 
surrender by him to Aijpes More- 
ton', widow, and WilCam More- 
ton', her son, of richt, Ac, in luids, 
&c., in North Auckland. 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Richard Thom- 
son', of iHiging, nigh Hampstds, of 
right. 'Acn in a messuage called 
"Te Biging." 

^SSm Thomson', John - • - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render br him to Geoffrey, son of 
Greoffrey Trotter, and Robert Trot- 
ter, son of John Trotter of Byres, 
of right, Ac, in cottages in Byres. 



^SSm Trotter, Thomas - 



Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to G«oi&«y Trotter, 
son of Geoffrey Trotter of Byres, 
of right, Ac., in land in Byres. 

See Bawderstan, William - 

Deed enrolled, whereby he released 
to Geoive Burrell', of the same 
Till, right, Ac, in a burgage and 
" place^* there. 

iSM Ratclyff, Henry . - - 

iSM Ley, Alexander . - - 
iSSM Gower, John • . . 

£ta0 Ogle, Robert . . . 



Writ of diem elaueU extremum 
A similar writ to the Eacheator of 
Sadberg. 

Enrolment of Indenture whereby 
the Lord Biihop demised to him 
the coat mines of Raly, Calehirst, 
Toftes, and HartKyll, for one year, 
at the rent of IfiOT. per annum. 



See Eure, Ralph 



To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 

his late father. 
A similar writ to the Bicheator of 

Sadberg. 



7Hen.S. 



7HenJ. 



Pontif* 
S 
6 



AD. 
148S. 



Pontif. 
9 

1 

6 

Reign. 

lSHai.6. 

Pontif. 
1 



Reign. 
SRict. 



Pontif. 
1 



DJEPUrr KEKPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 



15 



No. 1. — ^Darham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Sherwood — cout. 



Kime. 



Subject 



TetMTOf 
Pontifi- 
cate, Ac. 



S 

4 

4 ft 6. 



Wodiyncton', Ralph, knight, Filida, 

wife of. 
Werdale, iron mine in, called Hemy- 

■ongreff. 
Witfeon', Thomaa, of NeuUging 



S 



Id* 



Sd* 

Sd' 

Sd'ft4d' 

5d' 



6d' 
7d' 

8d' 



10 d' 

Sd' 
»d' 



WoI]awe,min6ain • • . 

Wairener. Christopher, of Durham, 
yeoman. 

Wett Auckland, Robert Dalton' of - 
Wilkynaon', John . . . 



Wabege, moraage, land, ftc., in 
Wedowe, Robert 



rhou8,mgh 



WolQmgham, land, ftc, in 
Wettoyyleb John Kyrkby of 
Welaad, Robert, of Herberl 

Chester, yeoman. 
Wation', John, of Wardley 
Wardley, John Wataon' of 
Wat8on\ John, the elder,of FemaoreaJ 
Wakef eld, Thomas, of Whikham 



1 



:} 



Whikham, Thomaa Wakefeld of 
Whikham, close in - • 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 
Wyniard, Roger Conyers, knight, of - 
West Auckland, Robert Buk of, yeo- 
man. 
West Auckland, cottage in • 
Whikham, John Penreth' of - O 
Whikham, messuage, Ac, in - -i 
Wotton', Roger - . - . 



West Auckland, messuage and land in 
Wodsyd nigh By ton', John Robson') 

of > 

Wodudhous, tenement called - -J 

Tork,Aton\ in the county of, John 
Meryngton', late of. 

York, Sadbeiy, in the county of, 
Henry Bonton', esquire, of - 

Tork, Bolton, in the county of, Wil- 
liam Pudsay, rector of the cnurch 
of 



See JBlmeden', William 

See Perrour, Thomaa . • - 

Deed enrolled, whereby the Lord 
Bishop demised to him his mines of 
coal and of iron ore below the coal 
in Raley, Tostea. Caldhirst, Hart- 
keld, Hetherclogh, otherwise Tol 
lawe, Morapitt, Ceple, and Wol 
lawe, for the term of six years, at 
a rent of 1411!. 6e. Sd. per animm 

See Witton', Thomas - 

See Scrayll' George - 



See Dalton', Robert - 

Has Ifemorandum enrolled, wit- 
nessing his release to Walter Mil- 
ner of all right, ftc. in a messuage, 
land, Ac., in Walrege, late belong 
ing to Emmote Fressell', of whom 
he is son and heir. 

See Wilkynson', John 

See Johnson, John 

See Egleston', Nicholas 
See Kyrkby, John 
iSM Bsyngton', John • 



See Lomley, Bertram - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur 
render made by hira to George 
Birde, Byrd, of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, merchant, of right, Ac., in a 
close in Whikham ;— also Memo- 
randum of surrender by the same 
to tho same, of right, Ac, in a cot- 
tage, Ac, in Swalwels. 

See Wakcfeld, Thomas 

See Pethirstanehalgh'. Richard 
jSm Conyers, Roger . . . 

/Stf0 Buk, Robert . . . 

iSM Banys, William - . . 

See Penreth', John ... 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Thomas Cassop', 
of ri^bt, Ac, in a messuage and 
land m West Auckland. 

jS^ Wotton', Roger - . . 

iSM Robson*, John . . . 



See Meiyngton', John 



See Barton, Conan 



8 

S 
4 



4 

Reign. 

6 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 
8 
1 



1 
Reign. 
2Ric8. 
Pontif. 

8 

S 

4 



5 
5 



6 
5 
6 

7 
7 
7 



7 
9 



A.D. 

1400. 



Prepared and examined bj 

(Signed) Joseph Burtt, 



16 APPENDIX L TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OP THE 



29. (57.) Roll No. 2 of John Sherwood, Bishop op Durham. 



M6m- 
bnae. 



Name. 



Subject. 



Tew of 
Pontifl. 
cste^. 



Id' 



} 



Auckland, bund in - - 

Blenkamo, William 

Bytly, WiUiam - 

Bermcton, lands. &C., in 

Bradwod. Isabella, widow of William 
Egleston of. 

Bromyngwalme, Robert, son of Wil- 
liam Smyth of. 

Chestre, messuage, &c., in • • 



Esshe, Jolm, of Skyrnyngham, 

esquire. 
Egleston, Isabella, widow of William 

ofBradwod. 

Fressel, Emmota . . . 

Hawthorn, rents fh>m lands In 
Hoton, John, of Hunwyk, esquire, son 

and heir of Ralph Hoton, esquire, 

deceased. 



Hunwyk, John Hoton, esquire, of 
Herdgill, John, son of William 



Houghton, messuage and land in 

Lomley, Thomas, knight. Lord of 
LonUey, William Blenkamo. and 
William Bytly. 



Lomley. John ... 
Laurence, Walter 

Phelipp, Richard 
"Pykerelhous,** messuage called 

Smyth, Agnes, rolict of William 



Smyth, Robert - - - . 

Skymyngham, John Esshe, esquire, of 
Smyth, Robert, son and heir of Wil- 
liam, of Bromyngwalme. 



Smyth, Richard, of Chestre 
StokaU, John 



Wilkynson, John, son and heir of 
Emmota Fressel. 



See Herdgill, John • 

See Lomley, Thomas • 

^(M Hoton, John 
See Egleston, Isabella 

See Smyth, Robert - 



See Smyth, Agnes; aito Smyth. 
Rot)ert. 

I 

^60 Hoton, John . . . 

Writ of diem claunt extremum 

See Wilkynson, John ... 

iSl00 Lomley, Thomas - - 

Releases to John Esshe. of Skym- 
vngham. esquire, all his interest 
in lands, Ac., in the vill and terri- 
tory of Bermeton. (Deed en- 
rolled.) 

^tf0 Hoton John . . . 

Has enrolment of a Memorandum 
that he surrendered to Richard 
Phelipp all his interest in the 
holding of his late &ther in Auck- 
land. 

See Stokall, John ... 

Grant to John Lomley, bastard son 
of the said Thomas, an annual 
rent of five marks issuing flrom 
lands in the yill and territory of 
Hawthorn. 

/8S80 Lomley, Thomas ... 

iS!90 Stokall, John . . . 

See Herdgill, John ... 
See StokaJl, John ... 

Has enrolment of a Memorandum 
that she surrendered to her son, 
Robert Smyth, all her interest in 
a messuage and land in Chestre, 
parcel of the holding of her late 
husband. 

See Smyth Agnes ... 

See Hoton, John . - - 

Has enrolment of a Memorandum 
that ho surrendered to Richard 
Smyth of Chestre all his interest 
in a messuage and land in Chestre, 
parcel of the holding of his late 
father. 

iSlstf Smyth, Robert ... 

Has enrolment of a Memorandum 
that he surrendered to Widter 
Laurence all his interest in a 
messuage called " Pykerelhous,** 
with land, in Houghton. 

Entry incomplete 



Reign. 
iRicI. 

22Ed.^ 

IRicS. 
iRicS. 

lRlc.8. 

IRicS. 

lRic.8. 

iRicS. 

Pontic 

1 

Reign. 

22 Ed. 4. 

IRicS. 



IRicS. 
iRicS. 



IRicS. 
22 Ed. 4. 



22Bd.4» 
IRicS. 

iRicS. 
IBicS. 

IBicS. 



IRicS. 
IRicS. 
IRicS. 



iRicS. 
iRicS. 



Pontif. 
1 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDa 



17 



30. (58.) Roll No. 3 of John Sherwood, Bishop OF Durham. 




7 
8 



1 



4 
5 



8 



Array, commiaaioDS of, for the wions 

wards. 
AlTertoD» keeper and janitor ctf the^ 

manor ol - - • - 1 

AlTerton and AlTertonshire, bailiff >• 

errant of the liberty of - - 1 

Alverton, bailiff of tho vill of • 

Both, Ralph, clerk, Chancellor of 
Dnrham 



Bi^nbri^,Bobert 
Both, RLcnard, eat 



] 



esqmro 



BoUi, Ralph, Master of the Hospital of 

Kepyer. 
Both. Master Ralph, clerk. Master of 

the Hospital of Kepyer. 
Blackball, manor of . . . 



Belte, William . . . . 

Bowes, Ralph, knight, Ralph Both, 
clerk, Henry Hoton, clerk, Robert 
Cbambre, clerk, Richard Hanserd, 
esquire, John Yavasoure, esquiro, 
Jonn Esshe, esquire, Cuthbert Bil- 
hugham, esquire, John Raket and 
Percival Lambton. 



Both, Ralph, clerk 

Billyngham, Cuthbert, esquire 

Bromynffholm, manor or vill of 

Bnkley-by-Auckland, manor or Till 
of - - - - - 

Bowes, Ralph, knight, otherwise de- 
scribed as esquire, of Dalden, and 
of Stretlam, and as Sheriff of 
Durham. 

Beautroby, Ijeonard Shell or Sheyle, 
late of. 

Both, Ralph, derk. Archdeacon and 
Chancellor of Durham 

Bowes, Ralph, knight. Sheriff 
Durham . - - 

Bowes, Ralph, knight, Sheriff of^ 
Durham 

Both, William, esquire • 

Both, Richard, esquire - 

Becham, Thomas, esquire 

Brafferton, William Thirikeld, gentle- 
man, late of. 

Brayne. Andrew - - - - 

Bradbeiy, Robert Hall, yeoman, lato 
of. 

Bedlingtonshire, suryeyor in - 



? 



ildliSlt^hiri}'*®™^*'' - 

Chyn^, John, kni^^t - 

Conyers, Rcwer, knight - 

Claxton, William 

Chestre, Roland Bobynson, labourer, 

late of. . 
Conyers, Christopher, esquire, son and 

heir of William Conyers, of Sok- 

bume, esquire. 



} 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 



See Hopperton, John - 



See Chomley Richard - 



iSftftf Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Has exemplification of a Deed 
(dated 1479), whereby Ralph Both, 
clerk. Master of tho Hospital of 
Kepyer, and the brethren of the 
same had granted to him a lease 
for 99 years of the lordship or 
manor of Old Durham. 

See Both, Richard. 

Is appointed Chancellor of Durham 
See Conyers, Christopher 



Has grant of the office of Keeper of 
the Park of Evenwod. 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
of the manors and vills of Hun- 
wyk, Woddom, Edmondesley, 
Bromyngholm, Whithall, Mayns- 
forth, Brakley-bj-Auckltuid. Ewy- 
hirst, Plawesworth, Kybl^wortn, 
Ravensworth (and two others of 
which the names are ill^ble) 
without licence. 



iS(?0 Bowes, Ralph . . . 

Has a general pardon and release 
from all claim arising out of the 
offices of Sheriff and Escheator 
held by him. 

iSI(M Shell, Leonard . . . 



See FairfSu, Guy 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 

iS^ds Thirikeld WiUiam 

See Hopperton, John - 
See Hall, ^bort 

See Chambre, Robert - 
See Perry, Geoxge 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

See Robynson, Roland 

Has license to enter without proof of 
age, Ac., upoh all lands, Ac. late^ 
held b^' his father, and pardon for 
idl alienations without licence, 
made by him, hb father, or their 
ancestors, of the manors of Her- 
perley. Little Stigmton, Blackball, 
and Estnewbiggyng. 



8 

8 

8 

7 
7 



AJ). 

1480. 

Pontif. 

7 



7 
7 

7 
8 

8 

8 

8 
8 

8 
9 

7 

6 

A.D. 
1490. 



18 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH BEPOET OF THE 



No. 1. — ^Darham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Sherwood — coni. 




8 

4 



8 



9 



a 

8 



Gonyera, WiUiam, of Bokbunvs 
esquire. 

Corerhsm, John, Abbot of, and the 
convent of. 



Chester, Leonard Shell or Sheyle, 

late of. 
Chambre, Boberti clerk • 
The same • • • - - 

Carr, John, of Newcastle-on-^me, 

merchant. 



^S^*1 Jo*»n* kmg*^** ^^^^* Coun 

Ch^eyi '^^'' 
Conyers, Booer, knight - 
Clazton, William, esquire 
Confers, Christopher, esquire - 
Conyers, Bichard, esquire 
Chester, Commission of Amy for the 

Ward of- - . - 
Chester, the Coroner of the Ward of > 
Chomleiy, Bichard, esquire 



Crayk, surveyor of 
Colwell, Leonard 



Chambre, Bobert, derk, late Treasurer 
of the Bishop's Household. 



Derby, the Earl of - - 

Duresme, Donelm*, ko. (p<uHm) 
Durham and Sadberae, Escheator in 
Durham, Ralph Botn, Chancellor of 
Danby, Bichard, " lso%$^oeritu% " - 
Durham Caatle, Constable of - 



} 



Durham, Old, the manor or lordship 

of. 
Durham. Ralph Both, Chancellor of • 
Durham, William Bichardson, late of 
Danby, Richard, " leffit-perUut" Kod 

Percival Lambton. 



Durham, Office of Chief Steward with- 
in the Bishopric of. 

Durham, Balpn Bowes, Sheriff of • ) 

Dalden, Balpn Bowes, esquire of -S 

Dturham, Giur Fairfia, Chief Justice*^ 
of Assize at .... 

Durham, John Vavasour, another of 
the Justices at- ... 

Durham. Balph Both, Archdeacon 
and Chancellor of ... 

Durham, Bichard Danby, Chief 
Steward of - ^ - " . ' 

Durham, Balph Bowes, knight, 

Sheriff of -^ - ^," ,_ : 

Durham, Bobert Chambre, Clerk of 

the Treasury of - . - 

Durham, Bobert Hanserd, Constable 

of the Castle of ... 

Dturham, .... Hall, Clerk of the 

Mines of - - - - 

Danby, Bichard - • - -. 



Am Conyen, Christopher 

Have pardon for acquiring without 
license, and entering upon the 
temporalities of the parisn church 
of Seham, which they had appro- 
priated. 

Aw Shell, Leonard . • . 

/SSm Bowes, Bobert . . • 
Am Fahrfkz. Ouy . . . 

Pardon tor tiie acquisition of the 
manor of Medomesley by him 
firom Boger Hastynges, esquire, 
son and heir of Edfmund llaa- 
tynges, kniffht, without licence. 
Licence to nim to hold the said 
manor. 



See Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of 



Is apiiointed surveyor of the "do- 
mtnia" of Houeden. Houeden- 
■hire. Alverton, Alvertonshire,and 
Cmrk. 

See Cnomley, Bichard 

Is appointed bailiff of the vill and 
borough of Holy Island, receiver 
of the " dominium " there^ and 
keeper of the rabbit-warren. 

Is ajmointed surveyor within the 
Bishopric of Durham, Norham- 
shire, Bedlingtonshire. and the 
county of Northumberland. 



See HaU, George 
SeeDwrtuun, 
See Lumley Boger 

See Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of 

/Sm Hanserd, Bichard . 

See Both, Bichard - 

See Both, Master Balph 

See Bichardson, William 

Have grant of the office of Chief 
Steward within the Bishopric of 
Durham for their lives and the 
life of the survivor, a previous 

Suit of the SB id office to the said 
chard alone having been sur- 
rendered by him. 
iSiM Danby, Richard - . . 

jSm Bowes, Balph 



See Fairfax, Guy 



AJ>. 

1400. 

Pontif. 

7 



7 
8 
7 



8 



a 



8 

8 



8 

7 

7 

Want- 
ing. 



7 
8 
8 



8 



8 



DEPUTY KEEPER 07 THE PUBLIC HECORDa 



19 



No. l.-^Darham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Sherwood — com. 




8 



1 
S 



4 
9 



1 

4 
S 



7 
8 



5 



6 
7 



DnrbAin, Balph Bowqb. knight,*^ 
Sheriff of - • * ' 

Darlinoton. Gommiaaion of Amy for I 
the ward of - - - -f 

Darlingtoii. the Coroner of the Ward 
of - ... .J 

Ihirham, Attomc^-General for 

Durham, Appantor-General of the 
DioceMof. 

Denton. William Thirlkeld, gentle- 
man, late of. 

Durham, Surveyor within the Bishop- 
ric ofL 

Buies. William, knight - 
Estnewbiggyng. manor of - - 



Bvenwod, park of 

Enhe, John, esquire 

Bdmondealey, manor or vill ol 

Ewyhirst, manor or vill of 

Bmreeon. Boger, late of Westprate, in 
Werdaie, yeoman, otherwiiBe de- 
scribed as labourer, and as late of 
Sunderland and late of Middilton. 

Esshe, John, esquire 

Easingtpn, Commission of Amy 
the Ward of - 

Basington. Coroner of the Ward 



3 

In 
e- 
of 
ton. 

f for/ 

of -i 



Fafrfiiz, Guy, knight . . . 

Fnmkleyn-by-Durham. park of 
Fairflu, Ouy, knight. Chief Justice of 
Assize at Durtiam, John Vavasour, 
another of the Justices, Ralph Both, 
clerk. Archdeacon and Chancellor 
of Durham, Richard Danby, Chief 
Steward of Durham, Ralph jBowes, 
knight. Sheriff, William Hilton, 
knight, Thomas Metcalf, Robert 
Chambre, clerk of the Treasury of 
Durham, Robert Hanserd, Con- 
stable 0^ Durham Castle, Robert 
Tempest, esquire, .... Hall, Clerk 
of the Mines of Durham, Percival 
Lambton, " legis-peritus,'* a,Rd John 
Raket. 
Fethirstanehalgh, Alexander - 
Forster, John . . - - 



Fysahbum, Robert Hall, husbandman, 
late of. 

Hall, George, late of Urpath, yeoman, 
otherwise described as late of the 
Ridyng^by-Urpath, labourer. 

Hilton, William, knight 

Hanserd, Richard, esquire, and Henry 
Badclyff, esquire. 



3 



Herperley, manor of - 

Hoton, Henry, clerk 

Hanserd, Richard, esquire 

Hunwyk, manor and vill of 

Hilton, William, knight 

Hanserd, Robert* Constable of Dur- 
ham Castle .... 

Hall, . . ., Clerk of the Mines of 
Durham - - - -. 

Hastyngcs, Roger, esquire, son and 
heir of Edmund. 

Hanserd, Biohard, esquire 

Hilton, William, knight 

Hedworth, John, esquire 



} 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

See Lsmbton, Percival 
See Forster, John 

See Thirlkeld, William 

See Chambre, Robert - 



See WestmoreUnd, Ralph, Eari of 
See Conyers, Christopher 



See Belte, William - 

See Bowes. Balph 

Has a general pardon at the re 
quest of George* Lord Lomley. 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 
i^M Raket, John . . . 

Are api>ointed Justices of Oyer and 
Terminer. 



^SSm Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 
Has grant of the office of Apparitor- 
General within the diocese of 
Durham. 
iSM Hal), Robert . . . 



Has a general pardon, at the instance 
of the Barl of Derby. Lord Strange* 
and John Thyn, knight. 

iSSfftf Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 

Have grant of the office of Constable 
of Durham Castle for their lives 
and the life of the survivor. It is 
recited that the said Henry has 
surrendered a previous gnmt made 
in similar foim to him, and Henry 
Preston, esmdre, since deceased. 

See Conyers, Christopher 



See Bowes, Ralph 



See Fairfta, Guy 



See Carr, John • 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 



8 

8 
8 

8 

8 



T 
A.D. 

1400. 

Pontit 

7 

7 

7 



8 



7 
7 

8 



8 

8 



8 
6 



7 

Want- 
ing. 



AJ). 

14B0. 

Pontiff. 
7 



8 
7 
8 



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5 

6 



4 
6 



1 

4 



6 
7 

8 



1 
8 



6 
9 



1 
2 

6 
9 



Hall, Robert* late of VyBshbum, hua- 
Iwndman, otherwiM described as 
late of Sedgefleld. late of Midelham. 
and late ofBradbeir. yeoman. 

Hopperton, John, ana Andrew Brajne 



Houeden and C Survey of the " do- > 



Houedenshire c minium " of 



i 



rbaXm of the vill and") 
borough of - 

TTftivT.ianii - receiver of the "do- 
ttoly isiana -^ minium" ot - 

I keeper of the warren 

B^SfbeiT^i i«y'^»*««f - ■> 

Isle, the. near Bradbery, Roland 
Robynson, yooman, late of. 

Kepyer, Ralph Both, Master, and the 
iHrethron of the Hospital of. 

Kepyer, Ralph Both, Master of the 
Hospital of. 

Kyblesworth, manor or vill of - 

Kenr, John - - . - 

Lomley, Georse, Lord - . . 

Lomley. George, Lord, knLg;ht, variously 
described as late of "^Ile," late of 
"le He," near Bndbeiy, late of 
Lomley. and late of Stranton. 

Lumley, Roger, esquire - - • 

Lambton, Perdval . . . 

The same - - - - - 

Lomley. George, Lord - - - 

lAmbton, Percival, ** legii-peritus ** 
Lomley, George, Lord - 
Lamberd, Robert, esquire 
Lomley, Thomas, esquire 
Lambton, Thomas, esquire 
Lambton, Peroival, " legis-peritua 



»* 






Metcalf, Thomas - . . . 

Midilwod, an appurtenance of Frank- 

leyn Park. 
Maynsforth, manor or vill of - 
Miadilton, Roger Emreson, labourer, 

late of. 
Metcidf, Thomas • . . • 

Medomesley, manor of . . • 

Mordon, Robert Spense, esquire, of - 
Midelham, Robert Hall, yeoman, late 

of. 

Neville, Ralph, Lord - . • . 

Xewbiggyng, East, manor of - 



Newca8tle*on-1^e, John Can*, mer^ 
chant, of. 

Pykering, Edward, knight 
Preston, Henry, esquire 

Plawesworth, manor or vill of - 
Percy, George - - - - 



Robynson, Roland, late of the lale, 
near Bradbery, yeoman, otherwise 
described as late of Chestre, labourer. 



Has a general pardon 



Have pant of the offloes of keeper 
and lanitor of the manor of Alver- 
ton. oailiff errant of the liberty of 
Alverton and Alvertonshire, and 
bailiff of the vill of Alvertonduring 
their lives and the life of either of 
them. 

See Chomlcy, Richard 



See Oolwell, Leonard 



See Lomley. George - 
See Robynson, Roland 

See Both, Richard • 

See Both. Ralph 

See Bowes, Ralph 
SeeOur 

See Robjmson, Roland 
Has a general pardon 



Is appointed Esoheator in Durham 

and Sadberge. 
See Danby, Richard - • • 

See Bowes, Ralph ... 
See Emreson. Roger ... 
^See Fairfax, Guy . . . 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Is appointed Attomey-General of 
Durham. 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 
See Raket, John 

See Bowes, Ralph 
See Emreson, Roger • 

See Fairfax, Guy 
See Carr, John ... 
See Spense, Robert - 
See Hall, Robert 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 
See Conyers, Christopher 



iSS00 Carr, John - . . . 

See Chambre, Robert ... 

/8m Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 
See Hanserd, Richard 

^60 Bowes, Ralph . . . 

Is appointed steward of Bedlyngton 
and Bedlyngtonshire. 

Has a general pardon at the instance 
of George, Lord Lomley. 



8 



8 



8 



6 
6 

7 

7 

7 
7 

6 
6 



8 
7 
7 
8 

8 

8 



7 
7 

7 
7 

8 
7 
8 
8 



7 
AD. 
1400. 
Pontif. 

7 

8 

7 
Want- 
ing. 
7 
9 



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Sidyng-bT-Urpath. Qwrge Hall, la- 
bourer, late oL 
Raket^John . . . . 

Baddjfl^ Hezuy, esquire 

Richardson, William, late ef Dmliam, 
variously described as yeoman, bar^ 
ker, and meroer, and described idso 
as late of Wolsyngham, labourer. 

Raket, John . . . . 



Rj^n. an appurtenance of Prankleyn 

Ri^et,John - - ' '1 

Ravensworth, manor or Till of - - / 
Raket, John .... 

Strange, Lord .... 
Stranton, Geo^e, Lord Lomley, late of 
Staynton, Little, manor of - -") 

Sokbume, Christopher, son of William > 
Ckmyeis. esquire* of - • -) 

Seham, the parish church of - 
Stretlam, Ralph Bowes, esquire* of - 
Sunderliuid* Roger Emreson, labourer* 

late of. 
Shell. Leonard* late of Shipstaneshele* 
in Alandato, yeoman, otherwise de- 
scribed as Leonard Bhe^ls, late of 
Stranton, labourer, late oftieB>atroby* 
and late of Chester* yeoman. 

stranton - •) Sheyle, late of 

Surteyi, Thomas, esquire 

Stockton* Commission of Array for 
the Ward of .... 

Stockton, the Coroner of the Ward of 

Sadbeive* Commission of Array for 
the wapentake of ... 

Sadberge, the Coroner of the Wapen- 
take of . - - . -^ 

Spense, Robert, of Stocclyffe. in Tees- 
dale^centleman* otherwise described 
as of Mordon« esquire. 

Stocclyffe in Tocsdale* Robert Spense* 
gjentleman, of. 

Sed^field, Robert Hall, yeoman, late 



•} 



Thyn* John, knight . . - 

Tempest, Robert .... 

Tempest* Robert* esquire 

Tempest. Robert, esquire 

Thirlkeld* William* late of Denton* 
gentleman, othorwiae described as 
hite of Widyir, and late of Braffertoa 

Vavasoure. John* Serieant-at-Law 

Urpath* George Half* yeoman* or la- 
bourer* late of. 

Tarasoure* John* esquire 

Yavasour* John* one of the justioefl at 
Durham. 

Westmorehind* Ralph* Earl of* and 
his son Ralph* Lord Xeville, Ralph 
iioth* clerk. Chancellor of Durham* 
John Chyney, knight* "pro corpore 

dni Sm/xm;* Guy Fairfax, knight* 
John vavasoure, Seijeant«t-Law, 
William Eures, knight* William, 
Hilton* knight, Edward Pykeryng* 
knight* Roger Conyers, knq;ht* 



M 



Richard Imnby, " legii-periiuSt 
Thomas Metealf, William Olazton* 
JUiberi Bajnbrig* Robert Tempest* 
and John Kaket. 
Wolsyni^iam. William Riohardsoin* 
yeonuiD, late ot 



See Hall* George 

See Westmoreland* Ralph* Earl of 
See Hanserd, Richard 

Has a general pardon - 



Has grant of the office of Keeper of 
the Park of Prankleyn-by-Dur- 
ham, with Midilwod, Ryton* and 
other its appurtenances. 

See Raket* Jonu 

Ses Bowes* Ralph 
4^90 Fairfeiz* Guy 

Sw Hall* George 
See Lomley, George 

See Conyers* Christopher 



See Coverham, John, Abbot of 
See Bowes, Ralph 
iSse Emreson* ttoger • 

Has a general pardon • 



See Shell* Leonard 



See Westmorehind* Ralph* Earl of 



Has a general pardon - 

See Spense, Robert - 
See Hall* Robert 

See Hall* George 

See Westmoreland, Ralph* Earl of 

See Fairfkx, Guy 

See Westmoreland. Ralph, Earl of 

Has a general pardon 



See Westmoreland* Ralph, Earl of - 
iS^ Hall* George . . . 

5I00 Bowes, Ralph 

£^ Fairfax* Qi«y . . . 

Are appointed Jnatioes of the Peace. 
The provisions of the statutes of 
which th^ are to enforce the ob- 
servance are mentioned in the 
usiudform. 



Sm Richardson, William • 



6 

7 
Want- 
ing. 
8 



7 

8 

6 
6 

A.D. 

1460. 

PontlL 

7 

7 

7 



8 

8 

8 
8 

6 



8 



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Snliject. 



Tear of 
Pontifl* 
c»fee>fto. 



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Westyate in Werdale, Bofter Emreson, 
yeoman, late of. 

Westmoreland. Ralph, Earl of, George* 
Lord Lomley. Jonn Cheyne, knight. 
King's Counsellor, Ralph Howes, 
knignt. Sheriff of Durhkm, Roger 
Oonjrers, knight, William Claxton, 
esquire, Robert Lamberd, esquire, 
Wuliam Both, esguire, and the 
Coroner of the ward. 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of, George, 
Lord Lomley, John Chyney, knight. 
King's Counsellor, Ralph Bowes, 
knignt. Sheriff of Durham, Chris- 
topher Conyers,* esquire, Itichard 
Hanserd, esqxdre, Wuliam Claxton, 
esquire, John Esshe, esquire, Alex- 
anaer Fethirstanehaigh, and the 
Coroner of the ward. 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of, Gtoorae, 
Lord Lomley, John Chyney, knignt. 
King's Counsellor, Ralph Bowes, 
knight. Sheriff of Durham, Thomas 
Lomley, esquire, William Claxton, 
esfiuire, Bichaxtl Confers, esqtiire, 
Richard Both, esquire, Thomas 
Lambton, esquire, and the Coroner 
of the ward. 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of, George, 
Lord Lomely, John Chyney, knight, 
King's Counsellor. Ralph Bowes, 
knignti Sheriff of Durhm, William 
HUton, knight, William Claxton, 
esquire, Robert Temjpest, esquire, 
Jonn Hedworth, esquire, and the 
Coroner of the ward. 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of, George, 
Lord Lomley, John Chyney, knight. 
King's Counsellor, Rolpn Bowes, 
kniglit. Sheriff of Durham, Chris- 
topher Conyers, esquire, William 
Claxton, esquire, Jonn Esshe, es- 
quire, Thomas Surtors, esquire, 
Thomas Becham, esquire, and the 
Coroner of the wapentake. 

Wiclyff, William Thirlkcld, gentleman, 
late Qf . 



iSiM Bowes, Ralph 

iSM Emreaon, Roger . . . 

Are appointed Commissioners of 
Array for the ward of Stockton, a 
French iuTasion being expected. 
ISee alio below.] 



Are appointed Commissioners of 
Amy for the ward of Darlington. 



Are appointed Commissioners of 
Array for the ward of Easington. 



7 

7 

8 



8 



Are appointed Commissioners of 
Array for the ward of Chester. 



Are appointed Commissioners of 
Array for the wapentake of Sad- 
berge. 



See Thirlkeld, WUliam 



8 



8 



8 



8 



I 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



31. (59.) Boll No. 4 of John Sherwood, Bishop of Durham. 

This Roll is marked No. 4 (DD.) of Bishop Sherwood, and is de- 
scribed in the Appendix to the 16th Report of the Deputy Keeper (p. 59) 
as/' An exemplification of Interrogatories and Depositions of Witnesses 
** on behalf of Sir John Lumley, knight, Lord Lumley." 

The Roll consists of 20 membranes, is headed '^ Interrogatoryes 
** upon the behalfe of John Lumley, knight. Lord Lumley,'' and is an 
enrolment of such Interrogatories, and of Depositions in answer thereto. 
The subject matter is an alleged Deed of feoffment by "John, Lord 
" Lumley, graundfather to the nowe Lord Lumley," to John, Lord 
Scrope, of Bolton, the Lord John Conyers, of Horneby, the Lord Robert 
Ogle, of Bottill, Hugh Whitehead, Dean of Durham, Sir Thomas Tempest^ 
and Sir Thomas Hilton, knight, John Knottisforth and Marmaduke 
Thwaites^ esquires, of the castle and manor of Kylton, the manors of 
Hemphome, . Thornton, Malteby, Staynton, Thomeby, and Lynthorpe^ 
in the county of York, and other his lands, &c., in the said county ; the 



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No- 1. — Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Sherwood — coni, 

manors of East Chevyngton, West Chevyngton, Oldmore, Revely, 
LoDghurst, and Moricke^ in the county of Northumberland, and other 
his lands, &c,j in the said county ; the castle and manor of Luraley, the 
manors of Bradebery, lie, Croke, FreresidO; Axwellhouses, Swalwelles, 
Lud worth. Bradley, Beautrebye, Stranton', Seton Carowe, Bolome, 
Moreton, Hessleden, and Housfeld, in the county of Durham^ tenements 
in Stranton, and other his lands, &c., in the said county ; and his lands, 
&c., in the town of Newcastie-on-Tyne, and the liberties thereof. There 
are no words of "Exemplification/* and the Roll is without date. 
There is an endorsement, perhaps of the 17th century, '^ ExemplificaSo 
" testiu ex pte Dni Lumleie," and a later hand has added '<In the time 
" of John Sherwood, Bishop of Durham." 

Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) Joseph Burtt. 



32. (60.) Roll No. 1. of Richard Fox, Bishop of Durham. 
(Pontificate extended from 8th December 1494, to ? October* 1501.) 



Mem- 
brane. 



Name. 



Subject. 



Year of 
Pontifi- 
cate, Ac. 



1 
5 



2&3 
3 

4 



6 



Aldwod, Richard, Coroner of the 

ward ofEaaington. 
Austria, Philip, Archduke of - 



Bath and Wells, Richard Fox, Bishop of. 
Bowes, Ralph, knight. Sheriff of Bur-^ 

ham - - - " " I 

Blaxston, William, esquire • -) 
Bothe, Ralph, clerk, Master of the 

Hospital of Kep^ere. 
Bowes, Ralph, kmght • • - 

Bothe, Ralph, Chancellor of Durham - 
The 8ame - - - - - 

Bowes, Ralph, knight, Sheriff of Dur- 
ham, Richard Hanserd, esquire, 
Escheator of Durham, Geoffrey 
Panell, esquire, Alexander Sheffeld, 
esquire. 
Bedlyngtonshire, forfeitures, &c., in - 
Berwyk, John Hebboume, junior, yeo- 
man, late of. 
Bothe, Ralph, clerk. Chancellor of 
Durham, Thomas Kebyll, Sergeant- 
at-Law, James Hobera, and Leo- 
nard Knysht. 
Beaumyth, Ralph Herbotill, of 

• 

Bedlyngton •") bailiff and coUec-") 
Bedlyngtonshire i tor of • -i 
Burgundy, Philip, Duke of - 



Bothe, Ralph, clerk. Chancellor of 
Durham. 

Bmdforth, aiia« Bradford, Jasper, of 
Bradforth, or Bradford, in the 
county of Northumberland, gen- 
tleman. 

Bradforth, a7«a« Bradford, George, of 
Berwick-on-Tweed, otherwise de- 
scribed as late of Bradforth, &c., 
gentleman. 

Berwick-on-Twced, George Bradforth 
or Bradford of. 

Bradforth, alias Bradford, Bartholo- 
mew, late of Shofton in Northum- 
berland, otherwise described as late 
of Bradforth, Ac, gentleman. 



/S'tftf Seville, Ralph, Lord 

See Durham, Richard, Bishop of - 

See Fox, Richard - - - 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

Is appointed Qiancellor and Re- 

oeiver^Gteneral of Durham. 
Is appointed Sheriff of Durham and 

Sadberge. 
See NeTifie, Ralph, Lord {bis) 
The same . . - - 

Are commissioned to enquire oon- 
cemiug forfeitures, concealments, 
forc*ible entries, intrusions, &c., in 
Bedlyngtonshire. 

^ee Bowes, Ralph . . . 

See Hebboume, John 

Are appointed Justices of Assize in 
Durham and Sadberge. 



See Herbotill, Ralph - 

See Flemyng, Thomas 

See Durham, Richard, Bishop of 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Eft^*! of 
Has a general pardon 

Has a general pardon 

See Bradforth, George 
Has a general pardon 



A.D. 

1495. 

Reign. 

10 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 
1 

1 

1 

1 
1 
1 



1 
1 



Want- 
ing. 

1 

A.D. 

1405. 

Pontif. 

1 

2 



2 

2 
2 



• He appears as Bishop on the 16th October 1501, and was translated to Winchester, of which 
he received the temporalities on the 17th October. 

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Bradford, or Bradforth, Ja«per, George, 
and Bartholomew Bradforth or 
Bradford of. 

Brandelyng, aliat Brandillinii;, John, 
of Twedmouih* yeoman. 

Oonyers, Bofper. knight . - - 

Oonyers, Christopher, esquire - 
Chester, John Baket, Ck>roner of the 

ward of - - - - • 

Cheater, Commission of Array for 

the ward of • - - -. 

Clazton, Wilham, esquire 
Constable, Robert 

The same- . . . . 

Chelyngham, Thomas Graye, knight, 

of. 

Durham, restitution of the temporali- 
ties of the See of. 
Durham, Ridph Bowes, Sheriff of -"^ 
Darlington, Commission of Array for f 

the ward of - - " "r 

Darlington, John Perkynson, Coroner 

of the ward of - - - -J 

Durham, Ralph Bothe, Chanoellor, 

and Receiver-General of. 
Durham and Sadberge, Ralph Bowes, 

Sheriff of. 
Durham and Sadberge, Richard Han- 

■erd, Esoheator of. 
Danby, Richard ... 
DurhJMn and Sadberge, Justices of 

AssiEoin ... 

Durham and Sadberge, Justices 

Gaol Delivery in 
Durham, Peroival Lambton, Attorney 

General of. 
Danby^ Richard, esquire. Steward oT 

the Bishopric of Durham 
Durham, Richard Danby, Steward of 

the Bishopric of ... 
Durham and Sadberge, Commission 

of Enquiry concerning intrusions 

upon lands in . . - .^ 

f Ralph Bowes, knight^^ 

Tkn*K.m J Sheriff of - - -f 

Durnam < ^i^^^^d Hanserd. esquire, f 

V. Esoheator of - -J 

Durham and Sadberge, Justices of 

Assize in. 
Durham, Balph Bothe, derk, Chan- 
oellor of. 
Durham and Sadbei^, Justices o: 

Gaol Delivery in - - 

Danby, Richard ... 
Durham, Richard, Bishop of - 



'1 



Sss Bradforth, Jasper, George, and 
Bartholomew. 

Has a general pardon 



See Neville, Ralph, Lord 



See Neville, Balph, Lord 

See Neville. Balph, Lord 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 

See Graye, Thomas - 



See Fox, Richard 

See Neville. Ralph, Lord 

See Both^ Ralph 

See Bowes, Ralph 

See Haxiserd, Richard 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord {Ur) 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

See Lambton, Percival 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 



!} 



Danby, Richard ... 

Eure, William, knight . - -'^ 

Esshe, John, esquire ... 
Easington, Richard Aldwod, Coroner 

of the ward of - - - - 

Easington, Commission of Array for 

the ward of - * - - 

Eure, William, knight - 
rSheriffof - 
Elandshire \ Escheator of 



I 



Coroner of 



Fox, Richard, late Bishop of Bath and 
Wells. 



5(00 BoweSf Ralph . . . 

5m Bothe, Ralph 
590 Bothe, Ralph 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

Enrolment of Latters Patent, by 
which he binds himself to observe 
and maintain a treaty of friend- 
ship and commerce between 
Henry YII., King of England, 
and Philip, Archduke of Austria 
and Duke of Burgundy, bearing 
date Feb. 4th, 1405. 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 



See Neville, Ralph. Lord 



See Neville, Ralph, Lord 
See Graye, Thomas - 
See Orde, John 
500 Vale, John de le - 



■} 



Enrolment of Letters Patent , di- 
rected to the tenuits of the Bi- 
shopric of Durham^ concerning 
the restitution to him of the tem- 
poralities of the said Bishopric. 



2 



1 
1 
1 

t 

Reign. 
10 Hen.?. 



Pontif. 
1 



1 
I 
1 
1 

1 

1 



1 
1 



A.D. 
1405. 



Pontif. 
1 



1 

2 

Reign. 
10He&.7 



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8 



Flemyng, Thomas 



GjrdlTngton, WiUiam, esquire 

Gossewyk, John Hebboume, junior, 

yeoman oC 
Grsye, Thomas, of ChelynghAm, knij^ht 



HaosercL Richard, esquire 
HUtoD, WiUiam. knight 
HerbotiU. Ralph, knight 
Hanserd. Richard 



Honeden - 
Houedenshire 



;} 



:{ 



HiltOD. WUliam, knight • • ) 

Hanserd, Richard, esquire - -i 
Hanserd, BJcbard, esquire, Escheator 

of Durham. 
Hebboum, John, junior, of Gossewyk, 
yeoman, otherwise described as late 
of Norham, and hite of Berwyk. 
Hoberd, James . - - - 

Herbotill, Ralph, of Beaumyth, in the 

county of .... 
Heniy VII. Kingof EngUnd • 



Hobard, James . - - - 

Kelynghall, Hugh, esquire 

Kepyere, Ralph Bothe, Master of the 

Hospital of. 
Knyght, Leonard 



ntal of. 
ivgnl 
Kebyll, Thomas, Sergeant-at-Law 
Knyght, Leonard 
King, The- • . • 



:} 



Kebyll, Thomas, SeiKeant-at-Law 

Lomley, George, Lord • 
Lomley. Bertram, esquire 
Lomley. Thomas, esquire 
lAmbton, Thomas, esquire 
Lomley. George, Lord - 
Lambton, pArdyal, " legii^periius ' 

Lomley, Oeonte, Lord - 
Lomley, George, Lord - 
Lsmbton, Percival 

HeuTile, John, esquire - 
Metcalf, Thomas, esquire 



;) 



:} 



Neville, RaIpIu Lord, George, Lord 
Lomley, William Eure, knight, 
Ralph Bowes, knight. Sheriff of 
Durnam, Richard Hanserd, esquire, 
John Bsshe, esquire, and John Per- 
kynson. Coroner of Uie ward. 

Nerille, Ralph, Lord, George, Lord 
Lomley, Ralph Bowes, knight. 
Sheriff of Durham, Roger Conyers, 
kniKht, William Blaxfon, esquire, 
William flayer, esquire, Hugh 
Kelynghall, esquire, and Thomas 
Barer, (kroner of the ward. 

Neville, Ralph, Lord, Geoiige. Lord 
Lomley, Ralph Bowes, knight. 
Sheriff of Diu^iam, William Hilton, 
knight, Ralph Herbotill, knUht, 
Bertram Lcnoley, esquire, Rooert 
Tempest, esquire, and John Raket, 
Coroner of the ward. 



Has grant of the office of Bailiff of 
Bealyngton and Bedlyngtonshire, 
and is appointed collector there. 

Is appointed Receiver-General of 

Houeden and Houedenshire. 
See Hebboume, John 

Is appointed Sheriff of Norhamshire 
and Elandshire. 



See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

Is ap]x>inted Escheator of Durham 

andSadberge. 
WiUiam Gyrdlyngton, Receiver* 

General of. See Gyrdlyngton, 

William. 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

See Bowes, Ralph ... 

Has a general pardon . . - 



See Bothe, Ralph; aleo Neville, 

Ralpb,'Lord. 
pBntry inoompleto.3 

See Dui^uun, Richard, Bishop of 

iS^ Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 
iffss Bothe, Ralph 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord (ter) 

See Bothe, Ralph; also Neville, 

Ralph, Lord. 
See Durham, Richard, Bishop of - 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 



Ss0 Neville, Ralph, Lord 

See Neville, Ralph Lord 

Is appointed Attorney-General of 

Durnam. 
See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

iS(M Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 



See Neville, Ralph, Lord 
See Neville. Ralph, Lord 

Are appointed Commissioners of 
Amy for the wwd of Darlington. 
[iS^ aleo below.] 



Are appointed Commissioners of 
Array for the ward of Stockton. 



Are appointed Commissioners of 
Array fbr the ward of Chester. 



c 2 



1 
1 

2 

1 
1 
1 

1 

1 

1 
1 



A.D. 

1495. 

Pontif. 

1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

A.D. 

1495. 

Pontif. 

1 



1 
1 

1 
1 



1 

1 



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6 
6 



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4 
1 



4 
6 



1 
S 
5 



3 

e 



Neville, Ralph, Lord, George, Lord 
Lomley, lliomaa Lomley, esquire, 
RalDh Bowes, knight. Sheriff of 
Durban), Thomas Lambton, esquire. 
Ralph Wiclyffe, esquire, and Richard 
Aldwod, Coroner of the ward. 

NeviUe, RiUph, Lord, George, Lord 
Lomler, Ralph Bowes, knight, 
Hheriff of Durham, Roger Conyers, 
knight, Christopher Conyera. es- 
quire, Thomas Surteys, esquire, 
Richard Hanserd, esquire, and John 
Menvile, esquire. 

Neville, Ralph, Lord, George, Lord 
Lomley, Ralph Bothe, clerk, Chan- 
cellor of Durham, John Vavasour, 
Richard Danhy, and Leonard 
Knyght. 

NeviDe, Ralph, Lord, Ralph Bothe, 
clerk. Chancellor of Duroam, John 
Tavasour, Richard Danby, and Leo- 
najrd Knyght. 

Neville, Ralph, Lord, John Vavasour, 
Richard Danby, and Leonard 
Knyght. 

Neville, Ralph, Lord, Geoi^e, Lord 
Lomley, Ralph Bothe, clerk. Chan- 
cellor of Durham, William £ure, 
knight, William Hilton, knight, 
Thomas Mctcalf, esquire, Richard 
Hanserd, esquire, Richard Danby, 
esquire, Steward of the Bishopric of 
Durham, William Claxton, esquirQ, 
and Robert Tempest, esquire. 

Norham, John Uebboume, junior, 
yeoman, late of. 

Neville, Ralph. Lord, Thomas Kebyll, 
Sergeant-at-Law, James Hobcrd, 
Robert Constable. Richard Danby, 
and Leonard Knyght. 

Neville, Ralph, Lord - 

Norhamshire ) Slieriff of - - 

and >• Escheator of - 
Elandshire ) Coroner of • 

Orde, John , - - - 

Perkynson, John, Coroner of the ward 

of Darlington. 
Pauell, Geoffrey, esquire 

Raket, John, Coroner of the ward of 
Ch^ter. 

Sayer, William, esquire - - -"^ 

Sayer, Thomas, Coroner of the ward 
of Stockton - - - - 

Surteys, Thomas, esquire 

Stockton, Thomas, Sayer, Coroner of 
the ward of - - - - 

Stockton. Commission of Array for 
the ward of ■ 

Sadberge, Commission of Array for 
the wapentake of - - . 

Shodield, Alexander, esquire - 

Shofton in Northumberland, Bartho- 
lomew Bradford or Bradforth, late 
of. 

Tempest, Robert, esquire 
Tempest, Robert, esquire 
Treaty, a, between Henry VII. of 
Bngland, and Philip Archduke of 

Twcdmouth, John Brandelyng, yeo- 
man of. 

Vavasour, John - - - - 

Vale, John de le - 



Are appointed Commiuioners of 
Array for the ward of EasingtoD. 



Are appointed Commissioners of 
Array for the wapentake of Sad- 
berge. 



Are appointed Justices of the Peace 



Are appointed Justices of Assise 
in Durham and Sadberge. 



Are appointed Justices of Gaol De- 
livery in Durham and Sodborge. 

Are commissioned to enquire con- 
cerning intrusions upon lands, &c., 
and similar matters in Durham 
and Sadberge. 



iSIm Hebboume, John- 

Are appointed Justices of Gaol De- 
livery in Durham and Sadberge. 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

See Graye, Thomas - - .^ 

jSs^ Orde, John - • -> 

i800 Vale, John de le - - -J 

Is appointed Escheator of Norham- 
shire and Elandshire. 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

/SIm Bowes, Ralph . . . 

See Neville* Ralph, Lord 



See Neville, Ralph, Lord 



See Bowes, Ralph 

See Bradforth, Bartholomew 



See Neville, Ralph, Lord 
See Neville, Ralph, Lord 
See Durham, Richard, Bishop of 

See Brandelyng, John 



/S^e Neville, Ralph, Lord (Ur) 
Is appointed Coroner of IS^orham- 
shire and Elandshire. 



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brsoe. 


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Subject. 


Year of 
Pontill- 
cate,fto. 


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5 


Widyfi. Balph. etquire - 
Westmoreland. Balph, Earl of, Balph, 

Balph Bothe, clerk, Chancellor of 
Durnam, Thomas Kebyll, RerReant- 
at*Law, James Hobard. Robert Con- 
stable, Richard Danby. Percival 
LambtoxL [A space left in the roll 
fbr other names.] 


Ses Neville, Ralph, Lord 

Are appointed Justices of the Peace 

• 


1 

1 



Prepared aud examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pikx. 



33. (61.) Roll No. 2 of Richard Fox, Bishop ok Durham. 



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12 
14 



16 



19 



28 



s 

4 



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8 



IS 
14 



15 



17 



Alkynshawe, Edward Johnson, yeo- 
man, late of. 

Auckland, park of . . . 

AlTerton. manor of . . - 

AlTerton, manor of . . . 

AlTerton, bailiff of the vill of - -'^ 

Alverton . C bai^ errant of the I 

AlTertonshiH^l ^^l^^ .^-j 

Auckland, North. Bailiff of the borough 

of. 
Auckland, Bishop, manor of • 
Annorer, Thomas ... 



AhrertoDshire, auditors in - - 

H^SSSshi.;} '»«=«"'«• «' ■ ■ 

Auckland, gnrden of the manor of 
Alwent, William, son and heir of 
Richard, esquire. 

Auckland, Bishop, vill and territory of 

Auckland, St. Helen's, manor and vill 

of. 
Auckland, William Thomson, clerk. 

Dean of the CoUego of, and his suc- 



Boynton, Henry, esquire, and Isabella 
hit wife, daughter and heiress 'of 
Bertram Lomiey, esquire, deceased. 



Bulmer, William, junior, esquire 
Burgess, John, clerk . . . 

Bulmer, William, knight • '\ 

Bothe, Richard - . . ./ 

Bedlyngtonshire, land, Ac., in - 
Bcrton, Conan, son and heir of Robert 



Bentley, John ... 

Beaamondlough, fish ponds of 

Buhner, William, knight 

Bnme, Beatrice, sister and heiress oi 

William Clazton of - 
Bume, Great, manor of • 
Bedbiurne, South, lands, ftc, in 
Boldon, West, lands. Jtc, in - 
Beatieby, near Diu'ham, William 

Clerk, gentleman, late of. 
The same, Roger Lomiey, gentleman, 

late of. 
Bowes, Ralph, knight - • . 



Sm Johnson, Edward 

See Downes, Richard • 

See Oamell, John 

See Mountfortb, William 

See Scarlet, Edmund . - 

See Myddylton, Thomas 

See Wayrdrop, Henry 

Has grant of the office of Buliff of 

Bedlyngton and Bedlyngtonshire 

See Metcalff, Thomas - 

See Mountforth, William 

See Gardyner, Nicholas 

Has licence to enter, without proof 

of ^go, Ac., upon tho lands, Ac 

lately held bv his father. 
See Bowes, Ralph 

See Mitford, John, esquire - 

Have licence to acquire lands of the 
value of 20/. per annum in aug 
mentation of the sustentation of 
the choristers. 

Have licence to enter upon the lands, 
Jtc lately held by. the said Ber- 
tram, without propf of the said 
Isabella's age, Ac, and pardon for 
intrusion or entry upon such 
lands, Ac. 

See Lomiey, George, Lord - 

iS0« Nevyll, Ralph ; - 

iSSw Lomiey, George . - - 

See Ogle, Ralph, Lord 
Haspnrdon lor all alienations and 

Eurchases of Uhds, Ac., in Gates- 
»sd, and for intrusion upon the 
same by him or any of his ances- 
tors. « 
See Hobart. James ; also Lomiey, 

Georso. 
See Raket, John ... 
>S?6 Lomiey, George . - . 



See Pethyrstanehaigh, Beatrice 

iS'stf Clerk, William - 
See Lomiey, Roger • 
Has a general pardon 



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7 



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7 

6 

7 

7 
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dated. 

Un- 
dated. 
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4 



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6 



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5 



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7 



8 



Bradley, Elena, od<x of the heiraases of 

Robert Sure, esquire, late of. 
Braunoepatfa. auditor of - - 

i?»S*i«-}»»^«' - - 

fieUams, Mamret, widow of Thomas.^ 
ofHenkDOll - - " "C 

Bellasis, Richard, son of Thomas, of C 
HenknoU - - . -^ 

Bettys, WiUiam . - - . 

Bradley, John Constable, one of the 
heirs of Robert Euro, esauire, late of. 

Bygott, Peter, and Isabella his wife, 
one of the three heiresses of Robert 
Sure, late of Bradley, esquire, and 
one of the three daughters and 
heiresses of Robert Eure, Junior, 
son of the said Robert. 

Bradley, Isabella, daughter of Robert 
Eure, late of. 

Bothe, Richard, esquire, and Philippa 
his wife. 

Bell3rsy8, Richard, son and heir of 
Thomas. 

Bowes, Ralph, knight, William Bul- 
mer, knignt, Robert Chambre, clerk, 
Thomas Hall, clerk, John Hed worth, 
esquire, Cuthbert ByllynghanL es- 
quire, Percival Lambton. Richard 
Eryngton, and Robert Hall, of Stan- 
lebyres. 

Bulmer, William, knight 

ByllyiiKham, Cutiibert, esquire 

Baynbrig, John, esquire 



} 



Butterwyk, manor and vill of - • - 
Barton, John - - - -"\ 

Brafferton - '^ manors, vills, or ham- > 
Bycheburne3 lets of - - -J 

Bowes, Ralph, knight • • . 



Bowes, Ralph, knight, and Roland 
Herper. 



Belysys, Thomas, esquire 

Constable, Robert . . . 

Conyers, Christopher, esquire • '\ 
Coiiyers, Robert, clerk - - -j 

Coal Mines, Surveyor of labourers in 
Claxton. William 

Constable, Robert. Sergeant-at-Law - 
Constable, Robert . . . 

Chester, Ro^r, son and heir of Roger, 
late of Litilusworth, esquire. 

Colyerley, manor of - 

Chester, Robert Peyrt, Peyrt^, or 
Pert, yeoman of. 

Coltman, William, husbandman, John 
Stobbe8,husbandmanj Anthony Fer- 
lame, vpoman. allof WiUyngton, John 
Newenifryng* and John Henryson, 
both of Stokley, husbandmen. 

Chester, Robert Pert, yeoman, late of 

Carr, George, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
merchant. 



See Eryngton, Richard 

iS(S0 Hetcalffe, John - - . 
See Armorer, Thomas 

jSm Bymson, Robert - - • 

Is appointed bailiff of the borough 

of JDarlington. 
iStftf Constable, John . - . 

Have licence to enter without In- 
quisition, &c., upon a third part of 
all the lands, Ac., lately held by 
the said Robert senior and Robert 
junior, and pardon for all intru- 
sions upon the same. 

i&tf Pygott, Peter - - - 

5m Radclylf, Ralph - 

See Symson, Robert - ... 

Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchases of the vills and territo- 
ries of Shaldforth, Conset, E!yble»- 
worth, Whessowe, Drynit^eld, 
Gateshead, Ewyliyrst, and Bishop 
Auckland, and ail intrusions upon 
the same. 

See Bowes, Ralph - - - 1 

Has pardon for all alienations and 
purchases of the manor and vill of 
Butterwyk, and for all intrusions 
upon the same. 

iS90 Baynbrig, John . . . 

i900 Eure, Ralph . . . 

Has grant of the wardship of John, 
son and heir of John Crraystoke, 
and of succesi»ive heirs until one 
shall attain full age. 

Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchsses of the manor of Henk- 
noU which had been aoiuired from 
Thomas Bellysys, esquire, by them 
conjointlv with Ricluird Hanserd, 
esquire, Robert Dalton, Alexander 
Lilbume, Ralph Dalton, chaplain, 
and John Typpyiig, chaplain, since 
deceased. 

See Bowes, Ralph ... 



See Hoberd ; aieo Neville, 

Ralph, Lord. 

See Markynfeld, Thomas 

See Forster, Leonard 

See Nevyll, Ralph, Lord 

See Lomley, (ireorge ... 

See Kebyll, Thomas; also Lomley, 

Geoige, Lord. 
His pardon for entry upon the lands, 

Ac, held by his late fl&ther. 
See Rodos, Agnes ... 
iSw Peyrt, Robert 

Are sureties for the good behaviour 
cf Edmund Johnson, late of Stayn- 
drop, who has received a geneml 
pardon. 

>&« Pert, Robert 

Has panlon for all alienations or 
purchases of lands made by him- 
self or any of his ancestors, and 
for entries upon the same without 
duesuitofhvexy. 



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7 

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dated. 

7 

7 

7 



7 

7 

7 

Un- 
dated. 



Un- 

dated. 
7 



7 
7 
7 



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8 

3 

4 
4 
4 



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6 



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8 



Oftrtyngton, John« osquire 
Carlebei^manorana villof - 
Clazton, jRalph, esquire, deceased, and 
Elisabeth nis widow. 



Claymond, John, Master in Arts 



4A5 
5 



Cotam-Handerille, manor of • 
Constable, Robert, Sergcant-at'Law - 
Constable, Robert . . . 

Constable, Robert . . . 

Claxton. William, of Bume, esquire - 

Clark. William, late of Beatreby near 
Durham, gentleman, otherwise de- 
scribed as William Clerk, yeoman. 

Clerk, John, late of Durham, yeoman 

Claymond, John, Master in Arts 

Chelyngham, Ralph, son and heir of* 
Thomay Gray, esqidre, of. 

Cheswyk, vill of - 

Constable. John, one of the three heirs 
of Robert Eure, late of Bradley. 
e«mirc, and son and heir of Anne 
widow of Ralph Constable, one of 
tile three dau^tors and heiresses of 
Robert Sure, junior, esquire. 



Croxdale, manor and vill of - 
Claveryng, Alice, widow of John 
Constable. Richard, esquire, and Jane 

his wife. 
Chambre, Robert, clerk 
Conset, vill and territory of • 
Comehyll, Gilbert, son and heir of Wil- 

liun Swynnowe of. 



} 



Duresme, Dunelm, &c. ipastim) 
Durham and Sadbei^pe, Justices of 

Assise in. 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices of^ 

Gaol Delivery in - - - > 

Danby, Richard - - - -J 

Durham, Richard, Bishop of • 



^} 



Denom, William, of Heghyngton, 

brother and heir of Thomas Denom, 

clerk. 
Durham. Richard Nykk, Keeper of 

the Great Seal of. 
Danby, Richard - . - 

Durham and Sadberge, Justices 

Gaol Deliveij in • - 

Dorham, Bailiff and Conservator of 

waters in the Bishopric of. 
Durham, Surveyor of labourers in 

coal mines in the Bishopric of. 
Danby, Richard - - - - 

Durham, Commissions of Oyer and 

Terminer in the county of. 
Danby, Ri<*hard - - - 

Durham. Justices of Assise in - 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices 

Gaol Delivery in • - 

Danby, Richard - - • 



:) 
3 



j9«0 Radclyfl, EdwaM 

iS^ Nevyll, Ralph 

Pardon for all intrusions by them 
upon the manor and vill of Fysah- 
bume, and for all alienations and 
purchases of the same. 

Has grant of the office of Master or 
Keeper of the College or CoU^^te 
Church of Stayudrop, the late 
Master William Pollard, chaplain, 
having died, and the gift being in 
the Bishop's hand (together with 
the lands lately held by Ralph, 
Earl of Westmoreland) during the 
minority of Ralph the heir. 

Sm Haydok, Thomas ... 

iSseTrewhit, William 

See Hobard, James; also Lomley, 
George. 

See Lomley, George - - - 

See Fethyretanehaigh, Beatrice 

Has a general purdon, followed by 
writ of allowance of the same. 

Has a general pardon, followed by 

vrrit of allowance of the same. 
See Mawdysley, William 

iS90 Gray, Ralph . . . 

See Strangways, Marf^rct > 

Has licence to enter without Inquisi- 
tion, &c., upon a third part oi the 
lands, &c.. lately held by the said 
Robert Eure of Bradley, and upon 
all the lands, &c., lately held by 
the said Ralph and Anne, and has 
pardon for all intrusions upon the 
same. 

<9m Salvnyn, Gerard . . . 

See Gray* Alice . - - 

iS'tfe Bodclyir, Ralph • 

See Bowes. Ralph ... 
See Ogilthorp, John . . . 



See Durham. 
See Hoburd, 



See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

Demises the vill or manor of Soure* 
by-under.Cotclyfr, near Alvertou 
(except a rent issuing from the 
Lands of Gerard Salvajn) to Tho- 
mas Strangways. of Taflbrd, in 
the county of York, esquire, for 
the term of ninety-nine years. 
(Deed enrolled.) 

Has pardon for all intrusions, en 
tries, Slc, upon lands held of the 
BlHhop. 

See Njkk, Richard - 



See Lomley, Greorge, Lord 

See Symson, Robert - 

See Forster, Leonard - 

See Lomley, George • 
See Lomley, Georgo - 

i9«0 Kcbyll, Thomas - 

See Lomley, George, Lord 



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6 
5 



6 



6 
6 
7 

7 
7 
7 



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dated. 
7 

7 

7 



7 
7 
7 

Un- 

dated. 

7 



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Reign. 
LlHeii.7. 



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9 
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14 



15 
19 

22 



24 



25 



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4 

6 



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18 



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17 



Durhftm. the BiBhop of - 
Durluun Castle. Constable of • 
Downes, Richard, one of the Bishc^'s 

yeomen of the chamber. 
Durham. Escheator of . - - 

Darlington, Till and territory of 
Durham, the Prior of the cathedral 

church of. 



Durham, county of 



Darlington, manor of • 
Danby. Richard - . • 

Durham, Justices Itinerant and 

AsMisein . - - 

Danby. Richard - . - 

Durham. Gaol Delivery of 
Durham, Roger Labume. clerk, Chan* 

cellorof- - - - 

Danby. Richard . • . 

Durham. Justices of the Peace in 
Durham, Ralph Lomley. gentleman, 

late of. 
Durham, John Clerk, Tooman, late of 
Durham, auditors of toe Bishopric of - 
Darlington. Bailiff of - - - 

Durham, the Bishop of - 



Durham, Robert, the Prior, and the 
Convent of. 



Diyngfeld. vill and territory of 

Durham. Roger Labume. Archdeacon 

of. 
Durham, manor and vill of • 

Danby. Ricliard . . . .^ 

Danby. Thomas - - - - 1 

Darlington - - - - ^ 

Durham, old • • . . 

Durham, North Bailey of - -J 

Dalton. Robert - • . . ^ 

Daltou. Ralph, chaplain • -J 



Elandshire, lands in 
Esshe. John 
Eryngton, Richard 
Eiyngton, Richard 



-> 



Elandshire, Seneschal of - • 

Erynffton, Richard - - -"> 

ElanaJshire. Justices of the Peace in -i 
Emereaon, William, son of Roland, of 
Werdale. 



Eryngton, Richard ... 
Eghton, manor and vill of - • 

Eryngton, Richard ... 
Elandshire, bail ilf errant in 
Eryngton, Richard, and Elena his 
wife, one of the three heiresses of I 



80s Homer. Thomas - - - 

Sss Morton, Nicholas . - - 

Has grant of the office of Keeper of 

the Park of Auckland. 
See Perkvnsoii, John - - - 

/$«« Fudsay, James . . . 

Enrolment of Letters Patent, 
whereby the foresters are in- 
formed that the Bishop has *' made 
** hym the Maister of our Gam" 
within the Bishopric of Durham, 
and are directed to supply him 
with "a deer of the seaaon" 
whenever he shall require one. 
Proclamation to be made that all 
who claim franchises, ftc, in the 
county, are to state in writing 
**quo warranto " they hold, ann 
to appear before the Justices at 
Durham on a certain day. 
See Uaydok, Thomas - . • 

See Hobord, Junes . - - 

jSSctf Lomley, George - - - 



See Lomley, George - - - 

See Lomley, Ralph . . • 

<?<>« Clerk, John . . - 

See Motcialff, Thomas - - - 

See Bettys, William - - - 

Eurolmeni of deed whereby he 
grants to Pcrcival Lambton, gen- 
tleman, a lease of Bykkcnell 
Grange for 60 years, at a rent of 
SO/, per annum, 
Huvo licence to acquire lands which 
will, together vrith those acquired 
in accordance with the licence of 
Bishop Dudley, be of the value of 
20^ per annum. (For the lauds 
already acquired, ««« the Calendar 
of Roll No. 1 of Bishop Dudley, 
m. 18, Pykerinff, Jolm.) 
See Bowes, Ralph ... 

See Labume, Roger - - - 

<Sc0 Mitford. John - - - 



See Eurc. Ralph 



See Bowes, Ralph 



See Swyunowe, John ■ - . 

See Lomley, George ■ - - 

Is appointed Seneschal of Norham- 

shiro and Elandshire. 
See Erjiigton, Richard 

See Morton, Nicholas - - - 

Is appointed Parker of the New 

Park of Stanhope, enclosed by a 

wall within the Old Park, and one 

of the four Foresters within the 

High Forest of Werdale. 

See Uobard, James - - - 

See Lomley, Bertram - - - 

See Lomley, George - - - 

See Rycherdson, William 

Have licence to enter upon the 

lands. &o., of her inheritance 



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7 



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6 
7 
7 



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6 
6 
6 



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21 



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24 



25 



27 



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14 



21 



24 



Robert Enre, late of BrMUey, 
esquire, and one of the three daogh- 
ters and heiresses of Robert Eure, 
junior, son of the first named 
Robert. 

Sure. Etona^ daughter of Robert, son 
of Robert, of Bradley. 

Eure. Isabella, daughter of Robert, of 
Uolmeset. 

Elmeden, 'William, kaight, and Eliza- 
beth his wife. 



Elmeden, manor and vill of 
Estmorton, manor and vill of - 
Sure, Robert, of Bradley, esquire 
Eure, Robert, junior 
Eure, Anne daughter of Robert, 

junior - - - - 

Eure, Robert, of Bradley, esquire 
Eure, Robert, junior - - . 

Eure, Isabella, daughter of Robert, T 

i'nnior - - - - -^ 

indshire, lands, &c., in • - 

Elmeden, William, knight, and Eliza- 
beth his wife. 



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Estmorton, manor and vill of • 
Elmeden. manor and vill of - 
Emereson, Roland, of Estyate 
Wardale. 



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in 



Emereson, John, of Sunderland -^ 

Estyate in Wardale, Roland Emere- > 
son, of - - - - .J 

Eiynfrton, Richard 

Ew:^hyrs^ vill and territory of 

Easington. glebe of the chiuvh of 

Bsyngton, Ac. {passim) 

Eure, Ralph, knight, Richard Danby, 
Robert Laasels, John Barton, Tho- 
mas Danby. and Brian Hardy, clerk. 



:} 



Elvet in Durham, manor, vill. or 
hamlet of. 



Porster, Leonard 



Perlame, Anthony, of Willyngton. 
yeoman. 

Pysshbume, manor and vill of 

Fetfayrstanehalgh, Beatrice, late wife 
of Richard, esquire, sister and 
heiress of William Clazton. late of 
Bume. esquire, deceased, and the 
said Richard her husband. 

Payrfax^Guy - - - - 



Pultborp, Philippa and Jane, daugh- 
ters and heiresses of Thomas, 
esquire, ofjunstall. 

Polanoeby, William, son and heir of 
Thomas. 



without the usual formalities of 
Inquisition, Ac. 



See Eryngton, Richard 

/&» Millot. Ralph 

Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchases of the manors and vills 
of Trillosden, Estmorton, and 
Elmeden, and for all intrusions 
upon the same. 

See Elmeden, William 

<Sm Constable, John - - . 



iSse Bygott, Peter - . . 

See Gray, Alice ... 

Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchases of the manors and vills 
of TriUesden, Estmorton, and 
Elmeden, and for all intrusions 
upon the same. 

See Elmeden, William 

Has grant of the office of one of the 
four Foresters of the High Forest 
of Wardale, in place of John 
Emereson, late of Sunderland, 
together with a shele in Rocop 
called Smaleburnshelc. 



See Emereson, Roland 



{ 



See Bowes, Ralph 

See Labumo, Roger - 

See Easington. 

Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchases in manors, vUls, and 
hamlets lu Darlington, Little 
Stayucon, Brafferton, Sadbeiy, 
Bychebume,* Mawemedowe, 
Shynkley, Old Durham, North 
Bailey in Durham, and Elvet in 
Durham, and for all intrusions 
uix>n the same. 

See Eure, Ralph . . . 



Is appointed Surveyor of Labourers 
and Workmen in the ooal mines 
within the Bishopric of Durham, 
with power to imprison the dis- 
obedient. 

See Coltman, WiUiun 

^00 Clazton, Ralph - . . 

Pardon for intrusions by them upon 
the manor of Great Bume, and 
lands, Ac in Westbolden, South- 
bedbume, and Houghton-in-le- 
Spryng. 

Has grant of the office of Keeper of 
the manor or manse of Weleball 
in the ooonty of York, for good 
service in the defence of Nonuun 
Castle against the Scots. 

iS'MRadclyfr, Ralph - . . 

Has pardon for all intrusions upon 
lands descending to him f^m his 
father. 



Tear of 
Pontifi. 
cate,Ac. 



7 
7 
7 



7 

7 



7 
7 



7 
7 



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7 



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7 



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7 

8 
10 
18 



18 



16 
16 

18 



19 
84 

86 

88 



8 

4 



7 
10 
11 



Fonwar, John, ppentlemaii, ion and 
heir of Tbomas Fonaour, esquire. 



Oaith, Thomaa. e^oiro 



Gray. Thomas, of Horton 
Gateshead, lands, Ac. in 
Gnjstanes. manor of - 
Gamell, John« chaplain • 



Gregori, Henry 



Gregory, Heniy 



Greneshipley, manor of - 
Gateshead, bailifl of the borough of 
Gray, Ralph, son and heir 
of Chelyngham, esquire. 

Gardyner, Nicholas 



orouffl 
of Th 



omas. 



Gray, Alice, vidow of John, esquire, 
and previously widow of sohn Cla- 
Yeryng, esquire. 

Gateshead, vill and territory of 

Grayatoke, John, son and heir of John 

Hobcrd, ...... Robert Constable, 

Richard ..... ., and others. 

Hobberd, James • - . . 

H^hfeld, Thomas, son and heir of 
wiUiam Heghfeld, esquire, deceased. 
Holom, manor of, and lands in -") 
Hoton, lands in - • - "> 

Holom, Williun Claxtou, esquire, of -J 
Hilton, WUliam, knight 
Hoberd, James - . - • 

Hamerton, John, gentleman - 



Howden, manor of 

Homer, Thomas, " dominuB " 



Heniyaon, John, of Stokloy, husband- 

.man. 

Horton, Thomas Gray, of 

gawthom, manor of - - -*> 

awthom, lands, Ac, in • -S 

Hurworth<on-Tees, manor and Till of • 
Haydok, Thomas . . . 



Has lioenoe to enter without Inqui- 
sition, Ac., upon all the lands, Ac., 
lately held by his fJKther, and par- 
don for all intrusions upon the 
same. 

Has grant of an annual rent of five 
marks, issuing fh>m the manor of 
Howden, for good senrioe in the 
defence of Norham Castle against 
the Soots. 

Sm Morton, Nicholas - - . 

iSSm Berton, Conan . . . 

See Kelrnghall, Cecilia 

Is appomted chaplain of the Chan- 
trr of St. Laurence tiie Martyr 
within the manor of Alverton. 

For good service in the defence of 
Norham Castle ...... [En- 
try incomplete.] 

Has grant of the office of bailiff of 
the liberty and ** dominium'* of 
Howden and Howdenshire, for 
good service in the defence of 
Norham Castle against the Scots, 
and of the office of parker of the 
nark of Walkyngton near Bever* 
ley. 

/8!m Tempest, Robert - - . 

See Richardson, John 

Has licence to enter without Inqui- 
sition, Ac, upon all lands, Ac., de- 
scending to him. 

Is appointed keeper of the garden 
within the manor of Auckland. 

Has pardon for all intrusions upon 
lands in Elandshire and Norham- 
shiro which were of the inheiit- 
ance of the ftaid John Claveryng. 

i8p0 Bowes, Ralph • . . 

See Bowes, Ralph ... 

Are appointed Justices of Assise in 
Durham and Sadberge. (The roll 
is torn, and a portion is wanting.)^ 

See Neville, Ralph, Lord 

Has pardon for having entered upon 
the lands held by his late fkkther. 

See Nevyll, Ralph, Lord 

iSM Lomlev, George - - - 

See Kebyfi, Thomas; also Lomleyi 
Geoiige, Lord. 

Has grant of an annual rent of five 
marks, issuing from the manor of 
Howden, for good service in the 
defence of Norham Castle against 
the Scots. 

See Hamerton, John; oho Garth, 
Thomas. 

Is presented to the ])erpetual vicar- 
age of the Collegiate Church of 
Stayndrep by the Bishop of Dur- 
ham, upon the resignation of 
**dominus** John Robson, the 
gift being in the Bishop's hand 
(together with the custody of the 
lands lately held by Balph, Earl 
of Westmoreland deoeasod, by 
reason of the minority of Ralph, 
the heir. 

See Coltman, William 

See Morton, Nicholas ... 
See Radclyif. Edward 

See Tailboys, George - - - 

Has grant of the offices of janitor 

and keeper of the manor of Da]> 

lingtoii, and bailiff of the manor 

of (3otam-Mandevill6. 



6 
6 
6 
7 



6 



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6 
7 



7 
7 



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16 

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19 



24 
25 



26 



27 



28 



6 



7 
10 

1 
B 



10 



Howden and Howdenshire, manor or 

" dominium " of. 
Hamerton, John« gentleman - 



Howden, manor or " dominium *' of - 
Howden and Howdenahire, the liberty 

and ** dominium ** of. 
Hobard, Jame«. Robert Constable, 
Humphrey Sigtarwyk, Roger La- 
bume, derk, Nicholas Morton, 
Richard Danl^, Percival Lambton, 
Richard Eryngton, and John Bent- 
ley. 
Hoberd, James . . . - 

Hobard, James • - - - ^ 

Hylton. William- - - -S 

Houghton-in-le-Spiyng, lands, Ac, in 
Holmcsct, manor of - - - 

Howdcnshire, Hermit in, and Reoeiver 

of. 
n^^wl Eland - - ' -X 

Holm eset, Isabella, daughter of Robert 

Eure, of. 
Howdenahire, auditors in - - 

Henknoll, Margaret, widow of Thomas 

Bellasis, of. 
Hedworth, John, esquire, and Elena 

his wife, one of the daughters and 

hdresses of John Hoton, esquire. 



Hoton, Elena, daughter of John 
Hurworth-on-the-Moor, manor and 

▼ill of. 
Haystynsfs, Roger, knight, son and 

heir of Edmund, knight. 



} 



HenknoU, Margaret, widow of Thomas 

Bellysys, of. 
Hall, Thomas, clerk 
Hedworth, John, esquire 
Hall, Robert, of Stanlebyres • 
Hanserd, William, esquire, and Eliza> 

beth his wife, one of the daughters 

and co-heiresses of John Hoton, 

esquire. 

Hoton, Elizabeth, daughter of John - 
Heron, William, heir of Agnes, widow 
of David Malpas. 



Hardy, Brian, clerk - . - 

Hylton, William, of Hylton, knight - 
Henknoll. manor of - - -"> 

Hanserd, Richard, esquire - -J 

Johnson, Edmund, late of Stayndrop, 

oUierwise described as late of Raby, 

and late of Akynshawe, yeoman. 

The same • - • - - 

Ingleton, vill and territory of - ; 

Knyght, Leonard 

Kebyll, Thomas, Robert Constable. 

James Hoberd, Humphrey Seges- 

wyk, Nicholas Morton, Richard 

Danny, and Leonard Knyght. 

Kxiygh^ Leonard . . . 

Kebyll, Thomas - - ' '\ 

Knyght, Leonard - - -J 

Kelyiifhall, Cecilia, widow of Thomas, 

esquire. 



SfftfTrewhit, William- " 

Has grant of an annual rent of five 
marks, issuing out of the numor 
or "dominium" of Howden, for 
Kood service in the defence at 
Norham Castle against the Soots. 

See Hamerton. John ... 

<9m Gregoi7, Heniy . . . 

Are appointed Justices Itinerant 
and Justices of Assise in the 
county of Durham. 



See Lomley, George - 

See Lomley, George • 

See Pethyrstanehalgh, Beatrice 
See Tempest, Roger - 
See Richardson, John 

See Strangwi^s, Margaret > 
See Millot, Ralph 

See Metcalff, Thomas - 
See Symson, Robert - 



Have licence to enter, without In- 
quisition, A«., upon a moiety of 
the lands, &c., lately held by the 
said John Hoton, and pardon for 
all intrusions upon the same. 

See Hedmrorth, John ... 

iSr«0 RodclytP, Balph . 

Has licence to enter, without In- 

Suisition, &c., upon the lands, &c., 
ktely held by his father, and 
pardon for all mtrusions upon the 
same. 
See Symson, Robert - . . 



See Bowes, Balph ... 

Have licence to enter, without In- 
quisition, &c.. upon all the lands, 
Ac. lately held by the said John, 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same. 

See Hanserd, William 

Has licence to enter, without Xn- 
quisition, &c., upon all the lands, 
Ac., lately held by the said Agnes, 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same. 

See Eure, Ralph > - . 

Has a general pardon 

See Bowes, Ralph ... 
Has a general pardon 



See Coltman, William 

See Pudsay, James ... 

See Nevylle. Ralph, Lord 
Are appointed Justices of Assise in 
the county of Durham. 

iS^s Kebyll, Thomas - . . 

See Lomley* George, Lord - 

Has pardon for all intrusions by her 
or any of her ancestom upon the 
manor of Graystanes, and for all 
alienations or purchases of the 
same. 



6 

4 



4 
6 



7 

7 

7 
7 

7 

7 
. 7 

6 

Un. 

dated, 

7 



7 
7 



Un- 
dated. 
7 



7 
7 



7 
7 



5 

5 

2 

4 



4 
4 
5 



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27 



Kyllerby, vill and territory of - 
Kyblesworth, vill and territory of - 

LomlOT, Isabella, daughter of Bertram 

Lightfoto, Cuthbert, clerk 

Lofelesse, Henry- - - - 

Lomley, George Lord, Richard Danby, 
William Bulmer. junior, esquire, 
and Nicholas Morton. 
Labourers in coal mines. Surveyor of 
Lomley. George, knight, Lord of Lom- 
ley, tfilliara HUton, knight. William 
Bulmer. knight, Robert Constable, 
Serjeant-at-law, Humphrey Swes- 
wyke. Richard i)anby, Thomas Sur- 
teys. John Esahe, Richard Bryng- 
ton, and Richard Bothe. 



L6mley, George, Lord, knight. Thomas 
Kebyll. Robert Constable. James 
Hoberd, Humphrey Segeswyk, 
Nicholas Morton, Richard Danby, 
and Leonard Enyght. 

Lomley. Roger - " ^ : . ; 

Lambton, Thomas, son and heir of 
William, esquire. 

Labume, Roger, clerk - - -) 

Lambton, Percival - - -S 

Lomley, Bertram, esquire, deceased, 
and Margaret his widow. 



Lamesloy, manor and vill of - 
Lawnd, Thomas . - - - 

Lomley, George, Lord, knight, James 
Hoberd, Robert Constanle, Hum- 
phrey Sigiswyk, Nicholas Morton, 
Richard Danby, Percival Lambton, 
John Raket, John Bentley, and 
Richard Eryngton. 
Lambton, Percival ... 
Lomley, George, Lord. Roger Labume. 
clerk, Cliancellor of Durham, James 
Hobard, Robert Constable, Hum- 
phrey Sigiswyk, William Hylton, 
knight, William Bulmer, knight, 
Thomas Metcalf, Richard Danby, 
Percival Lfunbton, Nicholas Mor- 
ton, and John Raket. 
Labume, Roger, clerk - - -"> 

Lambton, Percival • - -i 

Lomley, Ralph, late of Durham, gen- 
tleman. 

The same - " J ." 

Lomley. Roger, late of Beatreby, nea^ 

Durham, gentleman. 
Lambton, Percival, gentleman 
Lambton, Percival, esquire 

Labume, Roger, clerk. Archdeacon of 
Durham. 



Labume, Roger, clerk, rector of the 
perish church of Segefeld. 



Lassels, Robert - 



See Pudsay, James 
See Bowes, Ralph 



iSStftf Boynton, Henry - - - 

See Markynfeld, Thomas 

Is appointed Clerk of the market in 
all cities and towns throughout 
the Bishopric of Durham. 

Are apnointed Justices of Gaol Deli- 
veiy in Durham and Sadberge. 

See Forster, Leonard - - • 

Are appointed (memb. 4) Justices to 
hear and determine cases of riot, 
trespass, intrusion, ftc., upon the 
Bishop's lands, and relating to 
wardships, marriages, Ac. The 
same are also appointed (memb. 5) 
Justices to hear and determine 
cases of insurrection, Lollardism, 
concealments, conspiracy, main- 
tenance, intrusion, Ac, in the 
county of Durham and the wapen- 
take of Sadberge. 
Are ap^inted Justices of Gaol Deli- 
very in Durham and Sadberge. 



See Morton. Nicholas - • - 

Has licence to enter, without proof 

of agn, Ac, upon the lands, &c., 

lately held by nis father. 

iS(0tf Hobard, James . . - 

Pardon for alienations and pur- 
chases by them of the manors 
and vills of Ravenshelme, Strati- 
ton, Lamesley, and Bghton. 

See Lomley. Bertram - : - 

Is appointed bailifr of the vill and 
" dominium " of Whickham. 

Are appointed Justices to deliver 
the gaol of Durham. 



See Lomley, Geoi^ . - - 

Are appointed Justices of the Peace 



See Lomley. George, Lord - 

Writ of allowance in his flavour 
after a general pardon granted to 
him. 

1 las a general pardon - - . 

Has a general pardon, followed by 
writ of allowance of the same. 

See Durham, the Bishop of • 

See Bowes, Ralph 

Has licence to enclose 40 acres of 
the glebe land of his chureh of 
Eityngtou, and for himself and 
his successors to hold the same 
in severalty with ftree access to 
the adjoining common moor, to 
water cattle at the pond there. 

Has licence to enclose 60 acres of 
If^nd, parcel of the glebe of the 
said chureh, and to hold the same, 
to him and his saooessors. in 
severalty. 

i9e0 Eure, Ralph . . . 



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8 
8 



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5 



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7 



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7 



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7 

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15 

16 
17 



19 



20 



21 



liflbiume, Alexander 
Maljorye, William, knight 



Valyorye, William, junior - -') 

Ma&orye, John - - - -i 

Marlnrnfeld. Thomas, knight, Gath- 

bert Lightfote, clerk, rector of the 

church of Butby, Thomas Surtas, 

esquire, and Robert Conyers, clerk. 



H(»rton, Nicholas . . . 

Morton, Nicholas ... 

Morton, Nicholas, gentleman. Trea- 
surer of the Bishop's household. 



The same 



Morton, Nioholask Treasurer of the 
Bishop's household, Richard Eryng- 
ton« Thomas Gny, of Horton, and 
Roger Lomley. 

Morton, Nicholas, Treasurer of the 
Bishop's household.^ 

Morton, Nicholas ... 



Metcalf, Thomas 
Morton, Nicholas 
Mountforth, William 

Mathewson, George 



:} 



Myddylton, Thomas, of Sylkesworth, 

esquire. 
Mawdysle^r, William, "t» JDeeretis 

Baeulariua,** 



MiUot, or Melot, Ralph, son and heir 
of Robert, esquire, and Isabella his 
wife, daughter and heir of Robctrt 
Eure, late of Holmeset, esquire. 

Metcalffe, John - • . . 

Mountgraoe, Henry, Prior of - 



Metcalf, Thomas, esquire 
Metcalf, John 



Mountforth, William 
Mayne, William - 



Midelham, Thomas, son and heir of 

Ralph, son of Thomas. 
Manors. Oeorxe, knight, son and heir 

of Robert Maners, knight. 



/9s0 Bowes, Ralph . . . 

Has licence to grant to William 
MiJrorye, son and heir apparent 
of John Mslyorye, son and heir 
apparent of the first-named Wil- 
liam, and Jaue. daughter of ... . 
Norton, es<)uire, ana the heirs of 
their bodies, a moiety of the 
manor and vill of Wesshyngton. 

See Malyorye, William 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
fh)m Christopher Conyers, esquire, 
of the manor of Sokbume, with- 
out licence, and licence to them 
to hold the same for the purpose 
of executing the will of the said 
Christopher. 

See Lomlev. Geoi^, Lord - 

See Kebyll, Thomas; aUo Lomley, 
George, Lord. 

Has grant of the office of Surveyor 
of all the Bishop's ^dominia;* 
castles, forests, mines, Ac. 

Has grant of the office of Constable 
of Durham Castle. 

Are appointed Justices of the Peace 
in Norhamshire and Elandshire. 



Entry incomplete. 

See Hobard, James ; alto Lomley, 
GeoTge. 

/S(M Lomley. George . . . 

Has grant of the office of keeper and 

janitor of the manor of Alverton. 

Is appointed bailiff ot tlie vill and 
"dominium" of Tweodmouth. for 
good service in the defence of 
Norham Castle against the Scots. 

Is appointed bailiff of the borough 
of North Auckland. 

Has grant of the office of Master or 
Keeper of the College or Collegiate 
Church of Stayndrop, upon the 
resignation of John Claymond, 
Master in Arts, the gift being in 
the Bishop's hand (t<wether with 
the lands lately held by Ralph, 
Earl of Westmoreland) during the 
minoritv of Ralph the heir. 

Have pardon for all intrusions, Ac., 
upon the lands descending to 
either of them. 

Is appointed Auditor of Braunce- 
path and Raby. 

Has pardon for -all purchases or 
alienations of lands by him or his 
predecessors. 

Are appointed Auditors within the 
the Bishopric of Durham, and the 
liberties of Alvert<inshin) and 
Howdcnshire,— their otfice to be 
held during their lives and the 
life of the survivor. 

Is appointed Receiver of Alverton 
and Alvertonshire. 

Has grant of the wardship and mar- 
riage of Thomas, son and heir of 
Ralph Midelham, and heir of 
Thomas, father of the said Ralph. 

See Mayne, William ... 

Has licence to enter, without Inqui- 
sition, &c., upon the lands. Ac., 
lately held hy his father, and par- 
don for all intrusions upon the 
same. 



7 
8 



8 
8 



8 
4 



6 



7 

7 

7 

6 

Un- 
dated. 



7 
7 

9 



7 
7 

7 

7 



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Morton, EMt, manor and vill of 
Mitford, John, esquire, and Sibilla Ms 
wife. 



Morton, manor and vill of - • 

MidUton, Thomas, son and heir of 

Thomas, late of Sylkesworth, esquire. 



" Mawemedowe ** - - - 

Malpas, Agnes, widow of David 

Neville. Ralph. Lord, Thomas ...... 

James Hobberd, Robert Constable, 

Richud Danby, and Leonard 

Knyght. 
Norhamshire, lands, Ac, in - 
Norton. Jane - - . - 

Nykk. Richard, clerk, officer of the 

Consistorial Court of Durham. 

Nevyll, Lord - - - , 

Nevyll, Ralph, Lord, and John Burgess 



Norham Castle, defence of, against 
the Scots. 

Norhamshire and Elandshire, Bene- 
schal of. 

Nedirton. manor of - - . 

Newebig^yng, John, of Stokeley, hus- 
bandman. 

Norhamshire and Elandshire, Jus- 
tices of the Peace in. 

Newca8tle<on-l^e, George Oarr, mer- 
chant of. 

Norham Castle, victualling of • 

Nevyll, Ralph, esquire - - • 

Northumberland, Henry, son and 
heir of Henry, Earl of. 

Norham, county of - . . 



Norham Castle, defence of, against 

the Soots. 
The same - - - - - 

The same . - - - - 

Norham Castle - - - -^ 

Norhamshire and Elandshire, bailiff > 

errant in ... -J 

Norliam Castle, defence of, against 

the Scots. 
Norhamshire. lands, Ac, in - 



Ogle. Ralph, Lord 



Ogilthorpe, John, and Jane his wife 



See Elmeden, 'William 

Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchases of the manors and viUs 
of Auckland St. Helen's, 3[orton, 
and Durham, and for all intrusions 
upon the same. 

See yiitTord, John . . . 

Has lioenoe to enter, without Inqui- 
sition, Ac., upon all the lands, oc., 
lately held by his fttther, and par- 
don for all intrusions upon the 
same. 

/SiwEure, Rdph- . . . 

See Heron, William ... 



Are appointed Justices of Gaol De- 
livery in Durham and Sadberge. 

i^M Swynnowe, John . - - 

See Malyorye, WiUiam 
Is appomted Keeper of the Great 
S&d of Durham. 

iS<90 Proclamation • *- 

Have exemplification of the reco- 
very, by the aaXd Ralph, son and 
heir of Ralph Nevyll. Earl of 
Westmoreland, and John Burgess, 
clerk, of the manor of Holom and 
lands in Hoton and Holom, against 
William Clazton of Holom, esquire, 
in the second year of Bishop Vota 
Pontiflcato. 

/Sm Garth, Thomas; afooHamerton, 
John. 

See Eryngton, Richard 

See Ogle, Ralph, Lord 
See Coltman. William 

See Mortoni Nicholas - . . 

i9«0 Carr, George . . . 



See Swalwell, Cuthbert 

Has pardon for all intrusions upon 
the manor and vill of Carlebery. 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of affe, Ac., upon all the lands, &Ch 
lately held by his father. 

Proclamation to be made that all 
who claim fkunchises, &c, in the 
county are to state in writing, 
** quo warranto " they hold, and 
to appear before the Justices at 
Durham on a certidu day. 

See Hamerton, John ; alto Gr^^ri, 
Heniy. 

See Gregory, Henry - 

See Matnewson, George 



See Rycherdson, William 
See Payrfai, Guy 
See Gray, A.lioe 



Has pardon for all intrusions or 
entries upon the manor of Nedir- 
ton and other lands in Bedlyng- 
tonshire by him or any of his 
ancestors. 

Have'^nt of the wardship and 
marriage of Gilbert, son ana heir 
of William Swynhowe, late of 
Comehyll, in the county of Nor- 
ham. 



8 
8 
3 

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lSHen.7. 

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4 



4 

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6 
6 

5 

6 

5 
6 



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Pvooiaination 



Fegnrt, Bobeit, of Chester, yeoman, 
otherwise described as Peonrte. or 
Pert late of Chester, in Durnam. 

Pert, Bobert, late of Chester, in Dur- 
ham, yeoman. 

Poller, William, chaplain 



Perkynson, John . . . 

Pudsay, James, esquire - - - 

Proclamation, ** 9110 wtrranio " 

PoUanL William, chaplain 

Parke, Richard, son or fioland, esquire 



QKoyjammto 



»* 



Bntby, Cuthbert Light! ote, Sector of 

the church of. 
Bohson,John, "dornktus" • 
Bodes, A|;nes, widow of Robert 



Baby, Edmund Johnson, yeoman, 

late of. 
Badolyff, Bdward, esquire* 



Bavenshelme, manor and vlll of 
BAket,John . . . 
Raket, John . . . 



Raket, John . . . . 
Richardson, John, a Franciscan, 

and hermit within the Bishop's 

dbipel in Howedenahire, called 

Bynmlstonehirst. 
Byngeurtonehirstt in Howedenahire - 
lUdbardson, John, one of the Bishop's 

yeomen. 

Bycherdaon, William . . - 



I 



Baby, Auditor of 
Bydyng, manor and Till of 



Enrolment of the Ring's Writ, di- 
recting Proclamation to be made 
that an invasion of Soots was ex- 
pected, snd that the inhabitants 
of the Bishopric of Durham were 
to prepare themselves in their best 
nmj, and be readr to giTe their 
attendance under Lord NeyylL 

Has a general pardon - 



Becognisance f6r his good beha- 
viour. (Names of sureties omit- 
ted.) 

Has grant of the office of Master or 
Keeper of the College or Collegiate 
Church of Staynorop, the gift 
being in the Bishop's hand (to- 
gether with the lands lately held 
oyBalph Earl of Westmoreland), 
during the minority of Ralph the 
heir. 

Is appointed Escheator in the coun- 
ties of Durhun and Badberge. 

Has pardon for all intrusions upon 
the Tills and territories of I^bng- 
ton, Kyllerby. and Ingleton, and 
for alienations and purchases of 
the same. 

See Durham, county of; aUo Nor- 
ham, oounfy of. 

>8!00 Claymono* John . . . 

Has pitfdon for all intrusions upon 
the manors and vills of Urpath 
and ^dyng,or any other lands 
of his inheritance in the Bishopric 
of Duriiam, and for all alienations 
and purchsyses of the same. 



See Durham, county of; aleo Nor- 
ham, county of. 



See Markynfeld, Thomas 

See Homer, Thomas - . . 

Has pardon for all intrusions upon, 
and alienations, gifts, or purchases 
of, the manor of Colyimiey. and 
lands. Ac., in the parish of Whick- 
liam, by her or any of her ances- 
tors. 

See Johnson, Edmund 

Has exemplification of the recovery 
by him, against John Oartrnigton, 
esquire, of the manor or Haw- 
thorne, and lands, ftc., in Haw- 
thorne. 

jSSm Lomley, Bertram - . . 

See Lomley, Geoige - . - 

Isanpointed keeper of the Bishop's 
fishponds of Beaumondloogh and 
Wydopylough. 

5S90 Lomley, George - . . 

Has grant of an annuity at the rate 
of Id. per tdiem, to be paid by the 
Receiver of Howden. 

See Richardson, John 

Has grant of the office of bailiCT of 
the borough of Gateshead. 

Has grant of the office of bailiff er- 
rant in Norhamshire and Bland- 
shire, for good service at Norham 
Castle. 

See Metcalffe, John ... 

See Parker, Richard ... 



Reign. 
15 Hen.?. 



Pontif. 
6 



6 

4 



S 
5 



6 
Un- 
dated. 



8 

6 

6 



6 
5 



7 
7 
6 



7 
7 



7 
6 

6 



, 7 
' Un- 
I dated. 



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24 



2 
3 

4&5 



6 
6Jb7 



8 




11 

12 



13 



14 



16 
17 



Bykkenell Gruwe . . . 

BMclyff, Balpn. etauire, Biohard 
Botne, (HK^uilre, and Ftdlipiis, his 
wife, William Conatable, eiqaire, 
and Jane hia wife, the said Pbilippa 
and Jane being the daoirhten and 
heiresses of Thomas Fultnorpe, late 
of Tunstall, esouire. 

Sooop« a " shele/ called " Smaleburn- 
khele'Mn. 



Swynnowe, John, of Skremerston, 
esquire, son and heir of Heniy 
Swynnowe, esquire. 

Skremerston, JohniSwynnowe, esquire, 
of. 

Boureby, under Cotclyff, manor or tUT 
of - . . - - 

Salvoyn, Gerard . . - . 

Strangways, Thomas, of YafiTord, es- 
quire - - - - -, 



Surtas, esquire - - • 

Sokbume, manor of - 

Scots, expected invasion of the 

Symson. Robert - - - 



Segeswyke, Humphrey - 

Surteys, Thomas 

Sadborge, Commissions of Oyer and 

Teraiiner in the wapentake of 
Segeswj'k, Humphrey - 



:} 



§ 



Stayndrop. Collegiato Church of 
Stayndrop, Edmund Johnson, yoomau, 

late of. 
Stobbes, John, of Willyngton, hus-^ 

bandman .... 

rJohn Newebigyug, hus- 

o4^/^iri<.» ^ bandman, of - - 

Btouey < jqJj^ Heniyson, husband- 

L man, of - - -. 

Swalwell, Cuthbert, late of Durham, 
butcher. 



Stimidrop, College or Collegiate Church 

Sadberge. Escheator of - 

Stsyndrop, College or Collegiate Church 

Symson, Robert - - . - 



Stockton, borough and manor of 
Stanhope, new park of - 
Savsge, William ... 



I 



Stayndrop, corody in the College of 
Sigiswyk, Humphrey - 
Stranton, manor apdvill of 
Sigiswyk. Humphrey • 
The same . . - 

Southbedbume, lands, Ac, in 
Scarlet, Edmund 



Sylkesworth, Thomas Myddylton» es- 
quire, of 

Stayndrop, College or Collegiate Church 
of. 



See Durham, the Bishop of - 
Have pardon for all alienations and 

purchases of the manor and vill of 

Hurworth'on-the-Moor. 



See Emereson, Roland 



Has pardon for all intrusions or 
entries upon lands held of the 
Bishop in Norhamshireand Eland- 
shire. 

iSM Swynnowe, John . . . 



See Durham, Richard, Bishop of 



See Markynfeld, Thomas 

See Novyll, Lord ... 

Is appointed Bailiff and Conservator 
of all waters containing fish with- 
in the Bishopric of Durham. 

See Lomley, George - - - 

See Kebyll, Thomas; iilso Lomley, 

George, Lord. 
See Horner, Thomas • 
See Johnson, Edmund 



See Coltman, William 



Has letters of protection for one vear, 
because engaged in victualling 
Norham Castle. 

^M Poller, William - 

See Perkynson, John - - - 

See Clamond, John ... 

Is appointed bailiff of the borough 
of^ Stockton, and keeper of the 
manor there. 

See Svmson, Robert ... 

See Emereson, William 

Has grant of a corody of 2d. a day 
in the College of 8ta;rndrop, the 
College being in the Bishop's hand, 
by reason of the minority of Ralph, 
heir of Ralph, Earl of Westmore- 
land. 

See Savage, William 

See Hobard. James 

See Lomley, Bertram 

See Lomley, George 

See Lomley, George 

See Fethyntanehalgh, Beatrice 

Has grant of the offices of bailiff of 
the vill of Alverton, and bailiff 
errant of the manor and "do- 
minium'* of the liberty of Alverton 
and Aivertonshire. 

See Myddylton, Thomas 

See Hawdysley, WiUiam 



7 
7 



3 



Reign. 
llHen.7. 



Pontif. 
3 

Reign. 

lSHen.7. 

Pontif. 

3 



5 
5 



8 

6 



6 
6 
6 



6 

Un- 
dated. 



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2S 



24 
25 



26 
27 

10 
12 



1§ 



17 

19 
21 
24 



28 

6 

21 



1 
6 



8 
11 
12 



Stnuigways, Uaic^aret, widow of 
Thonuuv and Edward, son and heir 
of the nid Thonuui and Margaret. 

Symson, Robert, the Bishop's yeoman 
of the horse, and Mannu^t, widow 
of Thomas BeUaais, of HenknoU. 



Stockton, burgaffe in . . . 

Salvayn. GerarcU esquire, and Alianora* 
his wife. 

** Snudebumshele " in Sooop - 
Swynhowe. Gilbert, son and heir of 

William. 
Symson, Robert, and Margaret, widow 

of ThonuM Bellysys, late of Henk> 

nolU esquire. 



Bhaldforth, vill and territory of 

Sylkesworth. Thomas, son and heir of 

Thomas Midilton, esquire, of. 
Segefeld, glebe of the parish church of 

8taj^ntoo,lUtlo> ^^ ^ta, or 
_ J hamlets of- 



Sadbery 
Bhynkl^ 



} 



Tailbqys. George, knight 



Trwhyt. alioi Trewhit, William, 
knight, and Robert Constable, Ser- 
jeant-at-law. 

Tempest, Robert, esquire 



Tweedmouth, Till and " dominium ** of 
Tempest, Roland, esquire 

Tweedmoutl), vill of - 
Trillesden, manor and vill of - 
Trillesdon, manor and vill of • 
Timstail* Philippa and Jane, daughters 

of Thomas rmthorpe. of. 
Tvppyng. John, chaplain 
Thomson, William, clerk 

llsvorth. Little, Roger, son and heir of 

Roger Ohestre, late of. 
Urpath ,manor and vill of - - 



Wesshyngton, manor and vill of 
Westmoreland, Ralph, heir of Ralph, 

Earl of. 
Whickham, lands, Ac., in the parish of 
rWilliam Goltman. hu8-~ 

John Stobbes, hus- 
bandman • 
Anthony Ferlame,yeo- 
^ man, of 
Westmoreland, Ralph, heir of Balph, 

Earl of. 
The same . - - - 

( high forest of 
Werdale •} William, son of Roland 
C Bmieionof - ') 



Willyngton 



) 



Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchases of the vills of Tweed- 
mouth, Cheswyk, and Homeland, 
and for all intrusions upon the same. 

Have grant of the custody of two 

Sarts of a burga^fe in Stockton, 
oring the minority of Richard, 
son and heir of the said Thomas, 
together with the marriage of the 
said Richard, and in the event of 
the said Richard's death while a 
minor, similar wardship and mar- 
riage of successive heirs until one 
shall attain Aill ase. 

<SS00 Symson, Robert - . - 

Have pardon for all alienations and 
purchases of the manor and vill of 
Croxdale. 

866 Emereaou, Roland 

iSs^Ogiltborpe, John - - - 

Have fptmt of the wardship and 
marriage of Richard, son and heir 
of the said Thomas Bellysys, and 
of successive heirs, until one shall 
attain full ase. 

See Bowes, Ruph ... 



See Labume, Roger 
See Eure, Ralph 



Has pardon for intrusions by him, 
or by any of his ancestors, upon 
the manor and vill of Hurworth- 
on-Tees. 

Have grant of the oflSoe of Steward 
of the manor or " dominium " of 
Howden and Howdenshire, during 
their lives, and the life of either of 
them. 

Has pardon for all intrusions upon 
the manors of Holmeset, Whetiej. 
and Greneshipley, and for all 
alienations and purchases of the 
same. 

See Matheweson, George 

Is appointed Keeper and J^ker of 
the park of Wolsyngham. 

See Stranffways, Margaret - 

See Elmeden. William 

£^00 Ehneden, William • ^ - 

iSto Raddyff. Ralph . - - 

See Bowes, Ralph ... 
See Auckland, William Thomson, 
Dean of the College of. 



See Chestre, Roger 
See Parke, Richard 



See Malyoiye. William 
/9tftf Homer, Thomas - 

;S^ Rodes, Agnes 



See Coltman, William ] 

iSto Poller, William - 
iSM Olaymond, John • 
See Emreson, William 



Un- 
dated. 



7 

7 



7 

7 



Un- 
dated. 
7 

7 

7 



6 



7 
7 

7 
7 
7 
7 

7 
7 



Un- 
dated. 

3 
5 



4 
6 
6 



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onis 


MJ0B1- 

tonne. 


Name. 


Subject 


Tear of 
Pontifi. 
oate^Ae. 


18 
14 

15 
16 

17 

19 
21 
M 
86 


Weatmordand. Bali^, beir of Balph. 

Bariof. 
WalkTnKton« park of . - . 
Whickham, Till and " dominium " of - 
Wydopylough, fish-poudi of • 
'WestDoldon, lands, Ac., in • • 
Whetley, manor of ... 
Wayrdrop, Heniy . - - 

Westmoreland, Balph, heir of fiaJpb, 

Earl of. 
Wolsynjcham. park of - . - 
Welenan, manor or manse of - 
Wardale, the high forest of • 
W hesBOwe, Till and territozy of 


iSto Savage. William ... 

<8m 6regoi7, Henry - - - 
See Lawnd, Thomas . - . 
jSb0 Baket, John . . . 
See Fethyrstanehalgh, Beatrice 
iSftftf Tempest. Bobert - 
Haa grant of the office of keeper of 

the manor of Bishop Auckland. 
See Hawdysley, William 

See Tempest, Boland ... 
See Fayribx, Guy - . . 
See Emereson. Roland 
jSm Bowes, Balpb ... 


6 

6 
7 
6 
7 
7 
7 

Un- 
dated. 
7 
7 
7 
Un- 
dated. 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



34. (62.) Roll No. 3 of Eiohard Fox, Bishop of Durhah. 



1 

8 

8 



6 

7 

8a;9 



8d' 



4d' 



Aukeland, Ac (paeeim) . . - 

Auckland. North, William Pollerd of - 
Auckland, St. Elen, John Hunt of 
Auckland, West, Thomas Parkynson' 

of. 
Aske, John, knight . . . 

Aske, Bobert. knight, son and heir of 

the said John. 
Ayton', Biohard, late of Seton' Ker- 

rowe, esquire. 
Auckland, St. Elen, John Hunt of 
Auckland, North. JohnBus«ye of, and 

Agnes us wife. 
Auckland, West, John Hunt, late of 
Auckland, North, messuage called 

Woodhousolose nigh - 
Auckland West, land called lez 

Brakes, nigh ... 
Aldwod, Bicnard, late of Cozhowe 



ii 



} 



Aslakby, Thomas Hogeson' of, hus- 
bandman ... 

Aalakby, Christopher, clerk 

Auckland, North, John Stathom of - *> 

Alanson', Thomas, of - - i 

Alewod, Bichard, Coroner of Esington 
ward. 

Alan, William,'of Newcastle^n-Tyne 
C North, Thomas SpenoooT 

Auckland ] ^^^ William Alanson 

(Bishop's, cottage, Ac., in 
Aukeland, &c Bpisoopi (passim) 

Bowes, Sir Balph, knight, Sheriff of 
Durham. 



Bum', William Clazton' of, esquire > 
Baynbrige, Bichard, of Butterwyk, 

squire. 
Butterwyk, Bichard Baynbrige of, 

esquire. 

S ft 8 I Benetfleld, field nigh Darlington called 



See Auckland. 

i$^0 PoUerd. William - 

^<M Hunt, John . . . 

See Airkynson', Thomas 

Mandamus for Inquisition pott 

mortem. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 

his late father. 
Mandamus for Inquisition post 

mortem, 
i900 Hunt, John . . . 

See Bussye, John ... 

See Hunt, Christopher 

iSM Clazton, Isabella. 

Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop demised to him 
the manor and grange of Middiyge 
for the term of sixty years at the 
rent of 871. per annum. 



See Heghfeld, Thomas 

See Stathom, John 
See Maynwaryng, Peyrs 

See Surteys, John 
See Spence, Thomas - 

See Bishop's Auckland. 

Deed enrolled witnessing his deli- 
▼enr to William Conyers, esquire, 
bailiff of the fyanchise of Rich, 
moud, of the bodies of John 
Stapilton' and John Skelton' "ap- 
pechid of treson," for conveyance 
to the SherifT of Yorkshiro. 

iSw Claxton*. William - 

Writ of diem clansit extremum 

See Baynbrige, Bichard 
See Eltoft, Christopher 



1 
1 
8 

4 

4 

6 

6 
6 

6 

» 
7 

6 



4 

8 

8 

4 



B«ign, 
11 Hen.7. 



POntif. 
4 
4 



Reign. 

UHeiuT. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECOBDS. 



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Id' 



Id' 



Sd* 



4d' 



Baynbrlg, John* son and betr of Bich- 

srd BBynbrig, late of Butterwyk. 
Baynbrige, Bichard, late of Butter-^ 

wyk C 

Butterwyk, Biohard Baynbrige, lateC 

of - - • - -y 

Bnaqre, John, of North Auckland, and 

Agnes hk wife. 



Byres, tenure, late of Peter Bobynson. 
in. 

Bela^ys, PeToival Lambton' of, gentle- 
man. 

Brakes, lei, nigh West Auckland, land 
called. 

Beanmysh. Ralph Herbotill' of, knight 

Btdmer, William, esquire, son and 
heir off Balph Bulmer, knight. 



Bnlmer> Balph, knif^t - •") 

Both, Biehard, and Fhilippa his wife > 
Bullmerland, lands, Ac, called -) 

Bowes, Ueniy, esquire, and Bleanor 
his wife. 



Blenlunsop', John, of Chester, yeo- 
man. 



The same, John and Balph, sons of •> 
Birtley, land at - - •) 

Barnard Castle and Qaynford, John 

Lewder, BaOifT of. 
Bates, Bdmund. of Norton 



To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 
his late father (repeated on m. 5.) 

j9«0 Baynbrig, John . . . 

Have Memorandum enrolled' of 
surrender by them to Thomas 
Walker late of Hampsterley of 
right, Ac, in the tenure late of 
Peter Bobynson in Byres. 

iSSM Bussye, John . . . 

See Lambton', Percival 

See Clazton', Isabella - . . 

See Herbotill'. Balph - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased to Biehard Conyers and 
Blixabeth his wif^ Henry Bad- 
olyff and Isabella his wife, Biohard 
Both and Philippa his wife, and 
William Constable and Joan his 
wife, all right in lands, Ac, in 
Thorpethewlesse called Bullmer- 
land. 

See Bulmer, William - . - 

Have Indenture enrolled whereby 
the Prior and Convent of the 
Cathedral Church of Durham 
demised to them the mimor of 
Thorpthewlese, and tenements 
and oottafl^s there, rent out of 
tenement m Bedmershall', tene- 
ments in Hoton' and ^shbum', 
rent out of the manor of Claxton', 
and .rent out of a burgve in Old 
Elvett, for the term of thirty years, 
in exohangelfor the lands,Ac, of the 
said Henry and Eleanor, granted 
to the said Prior. Ac. And the 
said Henry and Eleanor nanted 
to the said Prior, Ac, all their 
lands, Ac, in the vills and terri- 
tories of Monkwearmouth. and 
Coken nigh Fvnkhall, a burgage, 
Ac, in Old Blvet, and a barn in 
Botten Bow in Durham, for the 
term of thirty years, to be held in 
exchange for the manor, Ac, above 
mentioned. 

Has the following Deeds enrolled :— 

Indenture, dated Srd March ,12 Hen. 
VII., between the said John and 
Nicholas Turpyn, gentleman, 
being an agreement for the mar- 
riage of John, the son and heir of 
the said John Blenkansop. with 
Elizabeth, daughter of the said 
Nicholas. In the event of the said 
John the youn^r's death, Rali}h 
the second son is to marry the said 
Elizabeth. Land at Britley to be 
settled upon them. 

Becognizancebythe said John Blen- 
kansop, to the said Nicholas (de- 
scribed as of Lamesley Park) for 
the performance of the covenants 

. in the before-mentioned Indenture. 

See Blenkansop', John 
See Maynwaiyng, Fbyrs 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Nicholas Gefihrai- 
son, of Norton, of right, Ac, in a 
messuiwe and land called Thorn- 
sonhuid, late of John Bates of Nor- 
ton, deceased. 

D 2 



6 
6 

7 

2 
2 



2 



4 
S 



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6d' 



2 
3 



7 
8 

8&9 




10 
11 



Bates, John, of Norton, deoeased 
Bechamp', Thomas, of Halghton, es- 
quire. 



Same, John, son and heir of Thomas 
Bame of Hartbume. 



} 



Bame, Thomas, of Hartbome 
Bell*, John, of Bellasys 
Bellaig^ John Bell' of 

Butterfeld{'^^l|„-fl^„-di^:} 

rWiUiamHaU',of O 

West, William Grene- 

weU'of- - -I 

J West, tenure in - [ 

I Hessewelshawe nigh. 

L tenement, &c^ callea J 



Buttesfeld 



Bumhop'and Hampstels, land, &c, in 



IE 



the vill and territory of. 



rye 
fto] 



{Robert PoUerd*) 
of - -J- 
tenure in •) 
Barberon, William, and Joan his 
wife. 



Bradwode, lands, &c.» in the manor or 
territory of. 

fHeniy Wilkynson. son^ 
and heir of William 
Wilkynson' late of 
Blakwell' -j William WUkynson late 
of- 
Thomas Wilkynson' of • 
^landat - - • 



Conyers, William, esquire, bailiff of 
the fkunchise of Biclmiond. 

Chestre, Roger, of Little XJsworth, 

esquire. 
Claxtou', William, of Bum*, esquire • 



Colpighill in the parish of Langchestre, 

messuage. &e., in. 
Coundon', Thomas, esquire 
Goundou', Thomas, son and heir of the 

said Thomas, '* late of Nedeham." 
Claxton', Ralph, esquire, Elizabeth, 

widow of. 
Claxton', Thomas, esquire, of Heworth. 

Alice, widow of 
Gartyngton', Joan, wife of John 
Glaxton', Robert, knight 
Claxton', Isabella, widow 



} 



Coxhowe* Richard Aldwod, late of - 
Coxsowe, Queryngton' nigh, manor of 
Choml^, Richard, knight 



/S^ Bates, Edmund • - - 
Has Memorandum enrolled of sur* 
render by him to his son Ed- 
ward, of right, Ac, in hmds, tone* 
ments, &c., in Darlington, waste 
land and cottage, Ac., in Halgh- 
ton. 
Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Bell', of 
Bellasys, of rif^fht, &c., iu a mes- 
suage and land m nartburne. 

£Sm Bame, John . . . 
<S!m Shele, Joan . . . 



See HaU', William 



iS'M'Midilton', Thomas 



iS<M Tyndal, Thomas . . . 

Have Deed enrolled, whereby they 
muted to Thomas Tempest and 
Thomas BiarshaJl, of Satiey. their 
lands, &C., in the manor or teni- 
tory of Bradwode. 

8ee Barberon, William 



8ee Wilkynson', Heniy 



See Bowes, Sir Ralph 



Writ of diem elautU extremum 

Mandamus for Inquisition posf mor- 

tern, 
jS'm Reve, Robert . . . 



Writ of diem elaueit extremum 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., 

his late father. 
Writ of diem elaueit extremum 



of 



Writ of diem elaueit extremum ; See 
also Hebbum*, John. 

See Pylkyngton', Elisabeth. - 

Enrolment of Indenture,whereby the 
Lord Bishop demised to her a mes- 
suage callea Woodhousclose nigh 
North Auckland, and land called 
lex Brakez nigh West Auckland, for 
the term of twenty years, at a rent 
of 91, per anttum. 

See Alawod. Richard ... 

<S(8« Raket, John . . . 

Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop, with the consent 
of the King, demised to him the 
custody of the Castle of Nor- 
ham, for the term of five years. 
Thomas Hsffhirston', esquire. 
Nicholas RecQcy, esquire, and 
Robert Orde, esquire, are bound 
with the said Richard for the per- 
formance of the conditions of such 
custody. 



4 
4 



4 
4 



Reign, 
14 Hen.?. 

Pontif. 
5 



6 



Reign, 
llHea.7. 

Pontif. 

4 

4 

4 

4 
& 

Un- 
dated. 
7 

8 

r 



6 

7 



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Id' 



2d' 



8d' 
4d' 
fid' 



«d' 



8Jb4 



8A9 

9 

10 



U 
Id' 



Sd' 



Colson'. Robert, ion of John Golson' 
of Wolsyngham. 



Colson', John ... 

Oanuby. Thomas, esoulre 

C<Hi^«n, Bichard, and Blizabeth his 
wife .... 

Constable, William, and Joan his 
wife ... - 

Glaxton', manor of, rent out of '\ 

Coken nigh TynkhalU lands, Ac., in -i 
( John Dawson of 

Pl„^^^3 Thomas Middilton' of. hns^ 

^ ) bandman - 

(.toft, &c^ in the vill of 

Charleton', William - - O 

Colson', Bobert, tenure late of -i 

Colman'. Joau, and MargaretColman', 
next of kin and heirs of John Col- 
man'. 



I 



] 



] 



Colman', Margaret 
Colman'.John - - . 

Chester, John, Blenkansop' of - 
Chestre ward. John Bakett (V>roner of 
ColpinhiU, lands, &c., in • - 

Clerk. William, chaplain of a chantxy 

in the church of Byton*. 
Cemeford, William, of Durham, mer- 
cer. 



Chestre in the Street, cottage in 
Pi,^f„ f John Tumour of - 
Chestre ^ measusae. Ac, in - 
Cuthbert, ship called • 



;} 



Dunelm', Ac. (pauim) ... 

Durham, Sir Balph Bowfls, knight. 

Sheriff of. 
Durham, John Surer of, esquire 
Derlyngton', &c. (passim) 
Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 
Darlington, a field nigh • 
Darlington, lands, &c., in the Till and 

territory of - - - 

Durham, the Lord Bishop of - -) 
Durham, the palace of - ' -S 

Ihnrfaam, the Lord Bishop of - 



I 



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Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 

The same . - • - 

Durham, John Raket of 

Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 

The same -•-•.{ 

Durham, the Prior and Convent of) 
the Cathedral Church of • • ?- 
Durluun, bam in Rotten Row in 



Dawson*, John, of Chester 

The same John Thomas Hamyll'.^ 
of Sayerstanehugh, yeoman, and 
Thomas Middilton', of Chester, 
husbandman, to the Chancellor of 
the Lord Bishop . . . 

Durham, the Ctumoellor of the Lord 
Biahopof. 

Durham, Thomas Warwyk of • 

Durham, burgages in 



Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Harxyson, 
of Wolsyngham, of all right, «o., in 
all his tenure in Wolsyngham. 

See Colson', Bobert ... 

See HerbotiU', Balph - 

/SSm Bulmef, William . . . 



jSw Bowes, Henry . . . 
/S^ Dawson, John . . . 

/S!m Herryson. John . . . 

Haye Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by them to Thomas Fethir- 

stanehalgh'. of , of right. Ac, 

in the tenure of the said John in 
Stanehop*. 

See Colman', Joan 

iS(M Blenkansop', John 
See Maynwaryng, Peyrs 
See Qrene, Richard • 
See Saunders, John - 



Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Richard- 
son', of Durham, mercer, of right, 
Ac, in a cottage in Chestre in the 
Street. 

See Cemeford William 

/Km Tumour, John - . - 
i900 Spens, John . . . 



:} 



SeeJhuhMm. 

See Bowes, Sir Ralph . . - 

See Sayer, John ; also Sayer, William 
See Darlington. 

See Bltof t, Christopher 

See RycherdsoD, William 

See Lambton'. Percival ; aiso Clax- 

ton', Isabella. 
See Aldwod, Richard ... 

See Bsket, JfAoi . . . 

See Gxyngton', Richard 
See Symson', Robert; also Metoalff, 
Thomas ; iUso Chomlqr, Riohard. 

iStftf Bowes, Henry . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Thomas Glover 
and Maigaret his wife, of rieht, 
Ac., in a toft, Ac, in the yUI of 
Chester. 

Recognisance for the peaceable oc- 
cupation of the said tofL Ac- by 
the said Thomas Qloyer and Mar- 
garet. 

j8(M Dawson, John . • . 
iSM Euro, William . • . 



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8 

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2 
2 

S 

4 



8 

4 
8 

4 
4 



5 
6 
6 



Reign. 
11 Hen.?. 
Pontif. 
2AS 

Reign. 
14 Hen.?. 



lOHen.7. 

Pontif. 
6A7 

6 
6 
7 



2 



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1 
8 

Sk4 



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2d* 

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Durtuun, the Prior and Convent of - 
Darlington, John Purkynson, Coroner 

of the ward of. 
Durham, William Bicherdaon of 
Darlington, landa, ftc^ in • - 

rWiUiam Ceraeford 



Durham i ^ oSS' BicheidBou o£ 



V. meroer 
Denand, William 



Elen, St. (poMMft) 

East Hikley, Alexander Lilbum' of 

Eltoft. Christopher, esquire • 



of,*^ 



Enre, Margaret, widow of Thomas 

Bure. 
Bore, William, son and heir of Thomas 

Bure. 
Euie, Thomas . . . . 

Elmeden', WiDlam, the younger 
Elvett, Old, rent out .of burgage in, 
and burgage in. 

Eure, William, knight - • . 



Bsington waniU Richard Alewod, 
Coroner of. 

rRobert Todd, late of,") 
Escombe < Alice, widow of mes- > 

C suages and land in -) 

f orster, Hugh, esquire, Agnes widow 

of. 
Forster, Hugh, son and heir of Hugh 

Forster, esquire. 
Fysshbum', manor of <• 
Fethyrstonehalgh', Beatrice, wife of 

Richard. 
Forasour, Thomas, of Hartlepool, 

esquire. 
Fyshbum*, tenements in - • 

Fynkhall, Coken nigh, huids, ftc, in 
Fulwell', Robert Swan of 
Fethirstanehsigh', Thomas, of 



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Floure, Bernard • 



Grene. Richard - - . . 

Gyllowe, Henry, clerk - - - 

Gyllowe, Richard, next of kin and 

neir of Henry Gyllowe, clerk 

Gyllowe, Henry, derk - - - 
Gryngton', Richard, gentleman 



Glover, Thomas, and Margaret his wife 



See He^hfeld* Thomas 
See Maynwaiyng, Peyrs 

See Glover, Thomas - - . 
See Beohamp', Thomas 

See Cemeford, William 

i8!M Spens, John . . . 

See St. Elen. 

See Lilbum', Alexander 

Deed enrolled, whereby he demised 
to farm to the Lord Bishop of Dur* 
ham, a field nigh Darlingt(m, 
called Benetfieldr and his lands. 
^., in the vill and territory of 
Darlington, for the term of thirty 
years at the rent of 6^. per aiuimm. 

Writ of diem ekuuU extremum 

To have seisin of the lands, AOi, of 

his late father. 
See Eure, Maxf;aret; ako Eure, 

William. 
<StM Pylkynsion', Elisabeth - 
/S!m Bowes, Henry . . . 

Deed enrolledjvhereby he granted 
to Thomas Warwyk, of Durham, 
glover,;three burgages in Durham, 
rendering therefor is, per atmum. 

See Maynwarying, Peyn 
i800 Todd, Robert 

Writ of diem elausit extremum 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 

his late Ikther. 
iSe0 Fylkyngton', Elizabeth - 
Manaamtte for Inquisition poet 

mortem. 
Writ of diem ckutHt extremum 



5(90 Bowes, Henry 

5e0 Heniy, William - - . 

500 Colman*, Joan . . . 

Enrohnent of letter under the 
King's signet noticing that he 
had licensed the said Bernard to 
practise the " craft of glatyng " in 
the boroui^h of Southwark, and 
take to hunself three or four 
workmen for the exercise of his 
said craft. No one therefore was 
to impugn the King's pleasure in 
the matter. 

500 Rcve, Robert ... 

Mandamus for Inquisition post 
mortem. 

To have seisin of the lands, &c, of 
the said Henry. 

See Gyllowe^ Richard ... 

Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop demised to him 
the manor and vill of Morton', nigh 
Houghton, and houses, lands, ah,, 
belonging thereto for the tenn of 
forty years, at the rent of 6^. per 
annum. 

500 Dawson, John . . . 



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s 
s 

4 
5 
6 



4 

Reign. 

UHai.7. 



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6 

6 

6 

7 
2 



AJ). 
14M. 



FoQtiL 
8 



6 
6 

7 

7 



8 

4 
Reign. 



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4 



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7 



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Oilbntcleyi, lud c&lled 



Greuwell', WUUun, of West BntUf- 

Huiarad, Blchard . . . 

Hunt, John, at AnekUnd St. Elan ■ 
Hutborp', Bliubeth, widow of Wil. 

HlUer, Bart. AlBUoder Lilbuni or • 
Hedle;. Thomai, eiqalTe 

Huurad. Eichard, of Wa]<Forth', 

cuuire, Eliubelh. widow of. 
Hunt. loha. IMe of Anckbod Bt. ai«n 

IJigthnii/, lL...ri, mm and hrir ol 
HietliT].'..].."'. - 



IIa:non', Kichard, oqiiln 

HenrnoD. Nicholu, ol 

hiuHadmui. 
HunpMerlej. Thomu Walker, Ute of 
Hin&ng, EiiialKth, of Holyiujii. 

HolniQ'd. KliBbeth Hiifding of, 

He(;li7riitton', ThamM, of Redworth - 
Hkn«et£ WtUiam, brother and heir 

of Balph Hanaord. «*i]ulra, deceased. 
Hanuad. Balph, eaqidrc^ deceased 
Hunt, ChriatopW. son and heir of 

John Hunt, bte of Weat Auckland. 
Hunt, John, late at WeaC Auckland - 
BeghTngton. WUllam, ion and heir 

of Thomas HeghTngton, late of 

Redworth. 
HeghynfTton, Thomas, latfl of Bed- 



Hannid. 'William, son 
"'"banl Uannrd, cflqu 
)id. Bichard, eaqali 



Bichutl Uannrd, cflQui 
UohbDm', 



nd heir o< 



Claiton' of. 

iobbom', JoL... 

lubelU. duighter ■ 



-^ -- I heir of Alice, 

widow of Thomaa Claiton', esquire, 
oTHeworth. 
Bardjng, BUubeth, of Holynajd 

Uolrnvd, BliMbeth Hwdtng of 



Sal HaTHwarjng, Fsjra 
Has Uetoorandum enrolled ol nor- 
rit^t, »0, 



and Ierr)tai7 of WoliyiiRhani. 
St Bales, Edmund ... 
HaTe Uemomndum enrolled of 



Qilbertnleja. 
Im Qjbeon', IsaLviui - 

Uowins Deed airoUsd I- 
traetoWiU' 



To have assignment of dower out of 
tbe lands. Ac,, of her lata huabend. 

JfamlaanM lor Inquisition pmt 
morttm. Entered twice; la Hie 
Utter entn he is called 'the 
elder." 

To hare seisin of the lands, Ac, ol 
his late lather. 

Set Hagthorp', Bobert 

To hare seisin ol the lands, ^, of 
his late hUer (enlerad thrice). 

«H Hedley, Bdward - 

Imperfect entrj, apparently of 

the lands, Ac., of his Into fUher. 
Stt Haj'ton', Bobert ■ 

i8m SurtH, BJcbard - 

See Bussye, John . . _ 

Writ ot diem clawff extremum 

See Hlrdjns, Elizabeth 



See Hanserd, William 

To hate seisin of the lands. Ac, of 

his s^d hther. 
See Hunt. Christopher 
To hare seisin ot tbe landi^ Ac, ol 

bis said lather. 

See HeghynRtoD, William - 

To hate seisin of the lauds, Ac, of 

blsUtenither. 
See Hanserd, Wlliisin 
See Clailon', Thomas; also Heb- 

To bave seisin of the lands. An., of 

Itandamut lor InquislUau pott 
See Uanl^, Eliiriieth 



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10 

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Id' 



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6d' 



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8d' 

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6d' 

6d' 



Hertylpole, Ao. {pasHm) 
Hartlepool, Thomas Fonsour of, 

esqufre. 
Houghton', Moreton' nigh, manor of - 
Hanierd, William, esquire, son and 

heir of Richard Hanaerd, esquire. 
Hanserd, Richard, esquire 
Hartbum, land nigh the vill of 
Haghirston', Thomas, esquire • 
Harryson, John, of Wolsyngham 
Herbotill*. Ralph, of Beaumysh, 

knight, to Rortram Lomley, esquire, 

and Thomas Camaby. esquire. 

Hoton', tenements in . . • 

HamylU Thomas, of Seyerstanehugh • 
Herryson, John, of Wolsyngham, yeo- 
man. 



Heghfeld, Thomas, of Lynton'. in the 
county of York. 



Hogeson', Thomas, of Aslakby, hus- 

bandman. 
Henxy, William, son.and heir of John 

Henry, late of Whitbem'. 



Henry, John, late of Whitbem' 
Heniyson, William, Coroner of Sad- 
berg ward. 
Hall', Thomas, son and heir of Richard 
Hall, the younger. 



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Hair, Richard, the younger - 

Hall'. William - 

Halghton, Thomas Bechamp of,^ 

esquire - - • " " C 

Halghton, waste land and cottage, C 

Ac., in - - - - -J 

Hartburne, Thomas Barno of, John^ 

Bame, son and heir of - • V 

Hartburne, messuage and land in •) 
Halton', Marion, Isabella Oybson', 

and Katherine Neylson', widowi 

dAUghters and heirs of 
Herverton, Thomas JiUuon of - 
Henryson, John, of Wolsyngham 
HaU',WUliam.ofButte8feld - 






Hessewelshawe nigh Buttesfeld, tene- 
ment, Ac., ciJled. 

Hampstels, land, Ac, in the vill and 
territory of Bumhop' and. 



Jakscn, Thomas, of Herverton 



Kerrowe, Seton', Richard Ay ton', late 

of. 
Kendall'. SyserhaU' in. Thomas Hidil- 

ton' of. 

The same . • « • - 



See Hartlepool. 

See Forssour, Thomas 

See Gryngton, Richard 

To have seisin of the lauds, Ac., of 
his said fkther. 

See Hanserd, William 

See Symson'. Robert - - - 

See Onomley, Richard 

/S^ Colson', Robert - 

Recognizance that they shall receive 
the profits of the office of Sheriff of 
Nonhumberland as long as the 
said Ralph holds the same. 

See Bowes, Henry ... 

iSstf Dawson, John . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Charle- 
ton' of right, &c., in the tenure late 
of Robert Colson, in Wolsyngham. 

Has recognizance enrolled, made by 
himself and Thomas Hogeson*. of 
Aslakby, husbandman, to Chris- 
topher Aslakby*, clerk, and 
Christopher More, to hold them 
harmless towards the Prior and 
convent of Durham as regards a 
certain bond. 

See Heghfeld, Thomas 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Robert Swan', of 
Fulwell*,of rif^t, ftc^ inamessuage 
and land called Fotterland, in 
Whitbem'. 

See Henry, William - - - 

See Maynwaiyng, Peyn 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Hall' of 
right, Ac,, in the tenure called 
Westbuttufeld. 

/Sm Hall, Thomas 



See Bechamp, Thomas 

See Bame, John ... 

See Gybson', Isabella ... 

See Midilton', Thomas 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Grene- 
will' of West Buttesfold of right, 
Ac., in the moiety of three psjrts of 
his tenure in West Buttesfold, and 
in the moiety of three parts of a 
tenement and close caued Hesse- 
welshawe nigh Buttesfeld. 

iS^0 HaU', WUUam - 

See Midilton', Thomas 

<S^ Gybson', Isabella - - - 

iS<00 Ayton', Richard . - - 

See Midilton*. Thomas 

See Midilton', Thomas 



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6 

6 
7 
7 
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2 



8 
8 
8 



8 
8 



8 
8 



8 

4 



4 

4 



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Uilea.7. 



Pontif. 



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4 

Reign. 
UH8n.7. 



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4d' 

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4 



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10 



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2d' 



Little Usworth, Roger Chestre of, 

esauire. 
Lomley, Bertram, of BAveiuboIxne, 

^iquire. 

Langchestre. Colpighill in the parish 
of. 

Lilbum*. Alexander, of East Hikley - 

lolbum', Thomas, scm and heir of 
Alexander Lilbum. 

Lilbum', Alexander . . . 

Lambton', PerciTal, of Belaysis, gen- 
tleman. 



:} 



Langchestre. Alice Smyth' of • 
Laiigchestre, tenure in • 
Lonuey. Bertram, esquire 
Lynton'in the oounty of York, Thomas 

Heffhfeld, of. 
Lowder, John, bailiff of Barnard 

Castle and Gaynford. 

Langohestre, parish of, land, Ac, in 
the Till and territory of Bumhop' 
and Hampstels in the. 

Lambton', Perdval, of Belasys, gentle- 
man. 



Masham, Thomas Scrop*. Lord of 
Helot, Ralph, of Whitehiir, esquire - 

Mclot, Ralph, son and heir of Robert 

Helot. 
Haners, Robert, knight - 
Halpfts, Agnes, widow of David 
Homuie, Robert, late of Hilnhous • 
Hilnhous, Robert Horgane, late of - 
Hoi]f;an', Thomas, son and heir of 

Richard Hoigan', late of Hylnehows. 
Horgan', Richard, late of Hylnehows 1 
Hylnehows. Richard Horgan', Late of J 
Hadyson', William - . - 

Horesby, Christopher, knight - 

Halyoiye, William, knight 
Halyorye, John, esquire, son and heir 

of the said William. 
Horesby, Elizabeth, widow of Chris- 

topb^, knight, 
Hiddryse, manor and grange of 
Horton^nigh Houghton', manor of - 
Hadyson', Leoncl.next of kin and heir 

of William Hadyson. 
Hadyson, William . . . 

Hetcalfl, Thomas, and James HetcalfE 

his son. 



Hetkalff. James • - . - 

Honkwearmouth, lands, Ac, in 
Hiddilton', Thomas, of Chester, hus- 
bandman. 
More, Christopher • * 



j800 Chestre, Roger . . 

Writ of diem clatuit extremum 
A similar writ to the Sacheator 
of Sadberg. 
See Reve, Robert ... 

Writ of diem elausit extremum 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 
his late father. 

See Lilbum', Thomas 

Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop demised to him 
lands, Ac, in toe vill and manor 
of Rikkeveir for the term of sixty 
years at the rent of 121. per annum. 
The entxT is cancelled, and a 
memorandum made that on the 
27th Hay, anno 7, the Indenture 
was surrendered into the Lord's 
hands. 

S00 Smyth', Alice . . . 

See Herbotill', Ralph - 
See Heghfeld, Thomas 

See Haynwaring, Peyrs 



See Hidilton*, Thomas 



Another enrolment of the Indenture 
entered upon m. 8, relating to 
lands, Ac, at Rikkevell'. In the 
nuuvin are the words *' vacat quia 
infra." 



jS^ Scrop', Thomas . . . 

Writ of diem claueit extremum ; 

tee aleo Helot, Ralph. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 

Ms late father. 
Writ of diem elausit extremum 
Writ of diem claueit extremum 
Writ of diem clautit extremum 
See Horgane, Robert . . ■. 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 

his late father. 

See Morgan', Thomas ... 

Mandamus for Inquisition post 
mortem. 

Writ of diem elausit extremum ; see 
also Pekeryng. Anne. 

Writ of diem elausit extremum 

To have seisin of ithe lands, Ac, of 
his said father (entered twice). 

To have assignment of dower out of 
the lands. Ac, of her late husband. 

See Aldwod, Richard ... 

See Gryngton', Richard 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 
the said William. 

See Hadyson', Leonel 

Enrolment of Indenture whereby 
the Lord Bishop demised to them 
a messuage called Raka^ and 
closes nigh the river Wytke, 
and pasturage on Wyskmore for 
the term of forty years, at a rent of 
ll2s, per annum, and 6«. 8<2. in- 
crease. 

See Metcalll, Thomas ... 

iSM Bowes, Henry . . . 

jS!m Dawson, John ,. . . 

See Heghfeld, Thomas 



2 

8 
S 



4 
6 

6 
6 



1 
2 



Reign. 
UHeuJ. 



Pontif. 
6 



1 
1 



1 
8 
5 
6 
6 



SA6 

S 

5 
5 

6 

6 
7 
7 

7 
7 



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Id' 



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2 

4 



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7 



Maynwaring, Peyn, and John Yeale, 
Oommissionen for providinR; cai^ 
riages in the North fbr the King's 
army going to Scotland. 



Marohand, William, and Agnea, his 

wife. 
Hidilton*. Thomas, of ByaerhBll' in 

Kendall', esquire. 



The same Thomas 



norland, Boger, of Fottyngton 
Marshall, Thomas, of Satley - 

North Auckland, William Pollerd, of - 
Nedeham. Thomas Goundon', late of - 
North Auckland, John Bussye of, and 

Agnes his wife. 
North Auckland, messuage called 

Woodhousclose nigh. 
Norham, castle of . . . 

Northumberland, sheriffdom of 
North Auckland, John Stathom of O 
Nethirsmalleys in Newtoncap', waste 
' land at ..... 
Newtoncap', Nethirsmalleys in, waste 

land at > > > ... 

Newcastle-on-l^€L William Alan of 
North Auckland, Thomas Spenoe ot'\ 
North Auckland, William Alanson otS 

rEdmund Bates of 
Norton <{ Nicholas Geffraiaon of 

C John Bates of - 
Noylson, Katherine, widow, a daughter 

and heir of Marion Holton'. 



;} 



ewby ni^ Topclyff , in th< 
of York. Kichard Grene of 



New 



the countyN 



NewcastleK>u-Tyne, Patrich Walker r 
of J 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, John Spens of, 
merchant. 

Orde, Robert, esquire . . . 

Old Elvett. rent out of burgage in, 
and burgage in. 

Pollerd, William, of North Auckland - 
Preston, Margaret - - - 

Parkynson', Thomas, of West Auok- 

land. 
Pudsey, William, knight 

Pollerd, William, esquire 

Popley, Thomas, of Bykenhall', 
^uiie. 

Popley, George, son and heir of the 
saicfThomas. 

Pudsay. Jaket, son and heir of Wil- 
liam Fudsa^, knight. 

Pudsay, William, kuight 

Pekeryng' Anne , widow, daughter and 
heir of Christopher Moresby, knight. 

Pollerd, Bobort, esquire, son and heir 
of William Pollerd, esquire. 

Pollerd*^ William, esquire, deceased > 



Enrolment of Indenture between 
them and John Parkynson, Coro- 
ner of the ward of Darlington, 
Thomas Sajrer, Coroner of Stockton 
ward, Bicnaid Alewod, Coroner 
of Esington ward, John Baket, 
Coroner of Ghestre ward, Williun 
Henryson, Coroner of Sadbeiy 
ward, and John Lowder, bailiff of 
Barnard Castle and Gaynford, for 
the provision of such carnages. 

iS90 Grene, Richard - . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Heniyaon, 
of Wolqyngham, of right, Ac., in 
lands and tenements in thiB pariah 
ofWoIsyngham. 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Steley of 
right, &c., in land, Ac., in the rill 
and territoiy of Bumhop' and 
Hampstels in the parish of I^ng- 
chestre. 



See Tumour, John 
See Barberon, William 

See PoUerd, WUliam 
See Coundon*, Thomas 
See Bussye, John 

^0 Claton', Isabella 

See Chomley, Bichard 
See Herbotiir, Ralph 



See Stathom, John 

See Surteys, John 
See Spence, Thomas 

See Bates, Edmund 
See Gybson', Isabella 

See Grene, Richard 
See Spens, John 



See Chomley, Bichard 
See Bowes, Henry 



Writ of diem elausU extremum 

See Hanserd, Bichard 

Writ of diem claueit extremum 

Mandamue for Inquisition poti 

mortem. 
Mandamus for Inquisition pott 

mortem. 
Writ of diem claueit extremum. 

See also Popley, George. 
To have seism of the lands, Ac, of 

his late father. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 

his late father. 
/9(M Pudsay^ Jaket . . . 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 

her said father. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 

his late father. 
/S^ Pollerd, Robert - 



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5 

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7 



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5 

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2 



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7 



8 
10 



11 

Id' 
Id' 



4d' 



6d' 



6d' 
7d' 



Pylkyngton*, Elisabeth, wife of Bobert, 
Joan, wife of John Cartynffton', 
Henry Wydiyngton', and William 
Blmeaen' the younger. 

Paricynaon', John, son and heir of 
Thomas Parkynson, deceased. 

Parkynson', Thomas . . . 

Potterland m Whitbem', land called- 

Parkynson, John, Coroner of the 
ward of Barllngton. 

Palyaer, Bobert . • - - 



PoUerd, Robert, of Bishop's Auck- 
land. 
Pot^yngton, Roger Morland of 

Queiyngton' nigh Coxsowe, manor of - 

Richmond. William Conyera, esquire, 

baililf of the fmnchise of. 
Bayensholme, Bertram Lomley of, 

esquire. 
Redhugh, John Whyte of, esquire 
The same John . . . - 

Reve, Robert, and Elizabeth his wife 



Bykenhall', Thomas Popley of 
l^cherdson, William - 



Bobynson< Peter^the tenure late of, in 
B/res. 

Reoworth, Thomas Heghyngton of - 

Raddyff, Ralph, esquire* son and heir 
of Isabella, widow of Henry Radolyll, 
esquire. 

Redcbrff. Henry, esquire, Ralph Rad- 
dyfr, CMuire, son and heir of Isa- 
bella, widow of. 

Rikkeyell', manor, ftc, of - 

Raket, John, of Durham 



Baker, messuage called 
Redley, Nicholas, esquire 
Radclyff, Ueuiy, ana Isabella his wife 
RedmeruiaU', rent out of tenement ") 

in > 

Botten Bow in Burhain. bam in -J 
Baket, John, Coroner of Chestre ward 
Bicherdsoii, William, Gt Durham 
Ryton, John Wynnam, clerk, Reo-^ 

tor of the parish church of - •> 
Byton, parsonage of • - -J 

(John JSaunders of 
William Clerk, chaplain in 
the church of - • 

cottage, Ac., in - - 

chautry in church of - 
Bicherdaon', William', of Durham, 

meroer. 
Bowley, messuage. &c., in - - 
BikkoTell', lands, Ac., at - - 



St. Elen, Auckland, John Hunt of 
Scrop^, Thomas, Lord of Masham 

Stapilton', John ... 
Skeltcm', J<^m - 



:} 



To have seisin of the manor of 
Pysshbum' as heirs of Bobert 
Clazton', knight. 

To have seisin of the lands, Ao., of 

his said father. 
S&e Parkynson'. John 
<S!00 Henry, William - . - 

See Maynwaryng, Peyrs 

Has Memorandum enrolled of war- 
render by him to his brother Wil- 
liam, of right, Ac., in the reversion 
of a messuage, Ac, in Bowley. 

See ^ndale, Thomas - 

See Tumour, John - 
See Baket, John 
See Bowles, Sir Balph 
See Lomley, Bertram 

See Whyte, John 

/9m Whyte, Thomas - 

Have Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by them to Bichard Greene, 
of riifht, Ac, in a messuage and 
land in Colpighill, in the parish of 
Langchestre. 

/9e0 Popley, Thomas . - . 

Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop appointed the 
said William to be *^ Maister and 
" workman of his mony of silver 
" in bis palioe of Duresme " dur- 
ing pleasure. 

/8m Bus^ye, John . . . 

See Heghyngton. Thomas - 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 
his late father. 

/9m Badclyff, Balph - 



See Lambton', Percival 

Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop demised to him 
the manor and vill of Qneryng- 
ton nigh Coxsowe, for the term of 
ninety-nine years, at the rent of 
261. 19s. 4d:jaer annum. 

See Metcalff, Thonuis 

See Chomley, Bichard 

See Buhner, William . - - 

iSffs Bowes, Henry . . . 

See Maynw uyng, Peyrs 

iSEM Olover, Thomas . . . 

iSM Wynnam, John . . . 



See Saunders, John - 



See Ceraeford, William 

/9m Palyser, Bobert - , 
See Lambton', Percivall 



i9M Hunt, John ... 

Mandamus for Inquisition pott 
mortem. 

See Bowes, Sir Balph - - ( 



5 
8 
8 



6 

Reign. 
llHen.7. 
Pontif. 
« 

4 
4 

4 



6 

Beign. 

lOHeii.7. 



Pontif. 
6 

6 
6 



6 



6 
6 



7 
7 
2 

2 

8 
8 



6 

6 



1 
1 



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UHai.7 



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Teuof 
Pontifi- 
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2 



4 
6 

11 

Id* 



2d' 



8d' 
4d' 



«d' 



6d' 



Bwynhowe, Henzy, of SkremyrBtou', 

esquire. 
Skremyrston'. Henry Swynhow© of - 
Sayer, John, of Durham, esquire 
Bayer, William, son of the said John - 

Seton' Kerrowe, Richard Ayton', late 

ot esquire. 
St. Slen, Auckland, John Hunt of • 
Surtes, Richard, of Whikham, hus- 

bandmsn. 



Symson, Robert, valet of the Bishop's 
horses. 



Smyth', Alice, of Langchestre, vidow 

of Thomas Smyth', and William 

Smyth', the son and heir of the said 

Thomas. 

Smyth', Thomas - - - -"> 

Smyth', William- - - -i 

Seyerstanehagh, Thomas Hamyll' of • 

Swan', Robert, of Fulwell' 

Stathom, Johu, of North Auckland • 



Stanehop', tenure late of John Colman' 
in. 



Southwark, borough of - 

Scotland, provision of carriages for^ 
the King's army going to - 

Sayer, Thomas, Coroner of Stockton 
ward - - - - - . 

Stockton ward, Thomas Sayer, Co- f 
roner of - 

Sadbery ward, Willianv Heniyson, 
Coroner of - - - -J 

Surteys, John, of Whikham, husband- 
man. 



Swaynston, Robert, Thomas Glover of 
York, son and heir of Joan, daugh- 
ter and heir of. 

Spenoe, Thomas, of North Auckland • 



Scothous, tenement and land called 
Shele, Joan, of Butterfeld 



Syserhall' in Kendall*. Thomas MidU- 

ton', esquire, of. 
Saunders, John, of Ryton* 



m 



Street, Chestre in the, cottage in 
ByserhaU' in KendaU'. Thomas Midil 

ton', esauire . - - 
Steley, John ... 



Spens, John, of Newoastle-on-Tyne, 
merchuit, complainant, and Thomas 
Taillour, of South Sheles, and Wil- 
liam Benand, defendants. 



Writ of diem elauait extremum 

See SwvnhoiMe, Henry 

Writ ox diemclaueit extremum 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 

his said father. 
iSfitf Ayton', Richard - . . 

S00 Hunt, John . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Nicholas Henry- 
son, of Whikham, husbEmdman. of 
right, Ac., in a toft and land in 
the vill and territory of Whikham. 

Enrolment of Indenture, whereby 
the Lord Bishop demised to him 
land nigh the vill of Hartbum 
for the term of thirty years at a 
ront of 90«. 8d. per tmnum. 

Have Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by them to Thomas Gron- 
well the younger, of right, Ac., in 
their tenure in Langchestre. 

iS^ Smyth', Alice 

iS^M Dawson, John . . . 

iSk90 Henry. William . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of re- 
lease by him to Thomas Alanson' 

of of right, Ac, in waste 

land at Nethirsmalleys in New- 
tonoap'. 

See Colman', Joan ... 



See Flouro, Bernard 



See Maynwaiyng, Peyrs 



Has Memorandam enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Alan of 
Newca8tleK>n-Tyne, of right, Ac, 
in a messuage and land in the vill 
and territorv of Whikham. 

See Glover, Thomas • . w 



Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Alan- 
son' of North Auckland, of right, 
Ac., in a cottage, Ac., in Bishop's 
Auckland. 

See Gybson', Isabella 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by her to Thomas Wynter, 
of rif^htT Ac, in a messuage and 
land in Butterfeld. 

See Midilton', Thomas 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to William Clerk, 
chaplain, of a chantryin the puish 
church of Ryton', of right, 2tc, in 
a cottage, Ac, in Byton', for the 
support of a light to bum before 
the image of the Virgin Mary in 
the said chantiy. 

See Gemeford, WlUiam 

See Midilton', Thomas 



Memorandum of Judgment of the 
Bishop's Chancellor in a contro- 
versy between these parties re- 
specting the third part of a ship 
caUed Cuthbert of South Sheles. 



2 
a 
S 



6 
6 



2 
3 
4 



Reign. 
l£Hen.7. 



Pontif. 
8 



6 

4 



5 

Reign. 

14Heii.7. 

Pontit 
6 



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Tear of 
Pontifl- 
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Id* 
Sd' 

4d' 
6d' 
6d' 



2 
4d' 



1 
2 



6 



7 
8 
Sk9 



11 



Id* 
2d' 



2d' 
4d' 



SheloB, South (wissim) 

Satley, Thomas Manhall of - 

Thorpthewlease, lands. Ac. in - 
Thorpthewlese^ manor of, and tene- 
ments, Ac., there. 
Turpyn, Nidiolas, KenUeman, oT) 
LamesleyPark • • •> 

The same, Elizabeth, daughter of O 
Tyne, Newcastle on (pasHm) - 
Tnomsonland, messuage and land 

called. 
Topclrff, Newby nigh, in the county 

of York, Richard Grene of. 
Tyndale, Thomas, of York, yeoman - 



Tyndale. William 
Ttirnour, John, of Chestre 



Taillour, Thomas, of South Sheles 
Todd, Robert, of Escombe, Alioe, 
widow of. 



Tempest, Thomas . . . 

TJsworth, Little, Roger Chestre of 

Yeale, John, one of the Commissioners 
for providing carriages in the North 
for the King's army going to Scot- 
land. 
Whithiir, Robert Melot of, esquire • 
West Auckland, Thomas ParKynson* 

of. 
Whyte, John, of Redhugh', esquire - 
Wh^te, Thomas, son and heir of the 

said John. 
Westmoreland. Ralph, Earl of 
Walworth, Richard Haiiserd of, 

Elizabeth, widow of. 
Winlajton, Thomas Hedley, late of - 
f Richard Surtes of, hus-^ 

ibandman 
toft, &C., in the vill and 
territory of 
Walker, Thomas, late of Hampsterley 
West Aucklimd, John Hnnt, late of 
Wydiyngton', Henry - 
Woodnousclose, nich North Auck 

land, messuage called 
West Auckland, land called lez 

Brakes nigh - - - 

Wyske, the river, land nigh - - ) 

Wyskmore, pasturage on - •} 

rJohnColson'of -S 

WolsynghamK John Harrison of ^- >• 

Ctenure in - -J 

Wolqrngham, John Herryson of,^ 

yeoman - - - •( 

Wolsyngham, tenure, late of Robert \ 

ColsoM*in - - - •» -J 

Warwyk, Thomas, of Durham, glover 



- 



m 

] 



Whitbem*. John Henry, late of - > 
Whitbem', land called Fotterland in) 
Whikham, John Surteys of, husband-'N 

man - - • - • f, 

Whikham, messuage, Ac, in the vill c 

and territory of - * -^ 



See South Sheles. 

^MBpens, John . . . 

See Barberon, William 

See Buhner, William - 

See Bowes, Heniy ... 

See Blenkansop, John 

See Newcastle^>n-Tyne. 

iSss Bates, Edmund . . . 

iSEM Grene, Richard . . - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of 
surrender by him to Robert Pol- 
lerd, of Bishop's Auckland, of 
right, Ac, in the tenure late of 
William Tyndale, father of the 
said Thomas, in Bishop's Auck 
land. 

See Tyndale, Thomas - 

Has Hemomndum enrolled of 
surrender by him, to Roi^r Mor< 
land of Pottyngton, of right. Ac. 
in a messusffe, Ac, in Chestre. 

See Snens, John 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by her to William her 
elder son. of right, Ac., in messu 
ages and luid in fisoombe. 

See Barberon, William 

See Chestre, Roger - 
See Majnwaryng, Peyrs 



See Melot, Robert 

See Parkynson', Thomas 

Writ of diem elausU extremum 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac., o( 

his said father. 
Writ of diem clauHt extremum 
See Hanserd, Richard 



See Hedley, Edward 



See Surtes, Richard 



See Bussye, John 
See Hunt, Christopher 
See Pylkyngton', Elizabeth 

See Clazton', Isabella - 



See Metcalif, Thomas 
See Colson', Robert 

See Herryson, John 
See Euro, William 



5m Henry, William 
See Sorteys, John 



6 
6 

2 
2 



4 
4 
6 



6 
6 



6 
6 



6 

2 
8 



1 
8 

4 
4 

4 
6 



6 
6 

7 

7 
7 



A.I). 

1444. 

POntif. 

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8 



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bnne. 



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Sul^eot 



Year of 
Pontifl- 
cate,Ac 



4d' 



6d* 



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2d' 

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Wol^TUghaixL tenement and land in 

the yOj and territory of. 
Westbuttisfeld, tenure called - 
Wynnam, John, clerk. Rector of the 

parith church of Byton. 



Walker, Patrick, of NewcB8tleK)n-Tyne 
Wol^yngham, John Henryion of -^ 
Wolsyngfaam, lands, Sto., in the parish > 

of ) 

West Buttesfeld, William Orenewell'^ 

of [ 

West Buttesfeld, tenture in • O 
WUkynson', Henry, M>n and heir of 

William Wilkynson', late of Blak- 

well', hosbandman. 



Willnrnson', WiUiam, late of Blak-^ 
well, husbandman - - •( 

Wilkynson', Thomas, of Blakwell. C 
husbandman - - • -J 

Yorkshire, the SherifiT of • - 

York, Lynton' in the county of, 

Thomas Heghfeld of. 
York, Thomas Glover of. son and heir 

of Joan, daughter and heir of Robert 

Bwaynston. 
York, Newby, nigh TopclyfT in the 

county of, Richard Qrene of. 
York, Thomas Tyndale of - • 



^0 Glover, Thomas - - - 

iS'M Hair Thomas 

Has enrolled a Bond by him to the 
Lord Bishop for his '*continui^l 
*' and personall residence in the 
'* parsonage of Ryton. " Can- 
celled, with a Memorandum that 
it was done by command of the 
Chancellor in tne 7th year. 

See Grene, Richard . - - 

See Midilton*, Thomas 



iS^ Hall', William - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of 
surender by him to Thomas 
Wilkynson', of Blakwell*. hus- 
bandman, of right, ACm in land at 
Blakwell'. 



See Wilkynson', Henry 

See Bowes, Sir Ralph - 
See Heghfeld, Thomas 
See Glover, Thomas - 

See Grcnc, Richard - 
See Tyndale, Thomas • 



S 

8 

4 



4 
4 

4 
7 



Reign. 

llH«u.7. 

Pontlf. 

8 



4 
6 



Prepared and examined bj 

(Signed) Joseph Burtt. 



35. (63.) Roll No. 4. of Bichard Fox, Bishop of Durham. 



3 

5 

Id' 



Alverton. North - *> in the county > 
Alvertonshire, North > of York •) 
Alverton in the diocese of York, 

chantry in the manor of. 
The same, parish church of Brytby, in 

the lordship of. 
Aycr, Joan, widow of Richard Ayer, 

of Clenedon. 



Ayer, Richard, Joan, widow of 
Bfunforth, Robert, son and heir of 
Christopher Bamforth. 



Bamforth, Christopher - • "*) 

Bothe, Ralph, Archdeacon of Durham > 
Bothe, Richard - - • •) 

Bowes, Ralph, knight - . • 



Bothe. Salph, clerk. Archdeacon of 
York. 



See Mountfort, William 

See Yong, Brian ... 

iSM Comey, John . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of 
surrender by her to Robert 
Chambr' of nght, Ac., in cottages 
and land iu Clendon. 

iS<M Ayer, Joan • . . . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he 
vrants the reversion of messuages, 
land, Ac, in the vills of Blwyk, 
Castle Eden, Redmershill', Seg- 
feld, Hoton', Shoroeton', Wolves- 
ton and Whitton', to Ralph 
Bothe, Archdeacon of Durham, 
and Richard Bothe. 

See Bamforth, Robert 

Letters Patent appointing him the 
King's Sheriff of the Bishoprick 
of Durham, in the county of 
Durham and Sadberg, and Keeper 
of the gaol of Durham. 

Letters Patent appointing him the 
King's Chancellor and Keeper of 
the Great Seal in the Bi^oprick 
of Durham, while the same is in 
the King's hands. 



Reign. 

8 Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 

9 Hen.7. 
8 Hen.7. 



8 Hen.7. 

S Hen.7. 



8 Hen.7. 
8 Hen.7. 

8 Hen.7. 



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6 

6 

Id' 



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Bothe» Bfttoh, derk ' ' '\ 

BoweeLBaTph ... -J 

Bny, Reginald, kniffht, Thomas Met- 

kallt Kichard HAXuerd, William 

daxton', and Biohard Gholmley* 

eaqaires. 

B^ynbrig, Richard . . . 

The same Bidhard '"''') 
Bothe, Balph, clerk, Chancellor or> 
Durham - - • -) 

Brrtby, parish church of, in the lord- 
ship (ff Alyerton, in the diocese of 
York. 
Bath, the Lord Bishop of - - 

Blakehede, Thomas, of Wodoroft 
The same Thomas, Alexander Blak- 

hed, son and heir of. 
Blakhead, Alexander . . . 

Blenkansqp, John, son and heir of 
Bobert Blenkansop. 



:} 



Blenkansop, Bobert 
Bvrd, George ... 
Bioont, Bobert» of Dorham, merchant 
Bloonte, Bobert, of Durham - 
Both& Balph, clerk, Chancellor of 

Durnam. 
Blakwell', cottage and garden in 
Bother Balph, clerk, master of the 

hospital of Eepyere. 



Beir, Bobert, son and heir of John 
Bdl*. 

Bell', John . . . . 
Belaowe in the county of North- 
umberland, John Middilton' of, 
knight. 
Bath, the Bishop of - • '\ 
Bowes, Sir Balph . . .> 
Bothe, Balph, clerk. Master of the 
hospital of Kepeyre and the 
brethren thereof. 



Barbum', Barberoun, TIHIliam, and 
Joan his wife. 



Bradwode, lands, ftc., in the manor or 
territory (tf. 



Osstle Eden, messuages, Ac in the 

▼iHof. 
Chomley, Bichard . . . 



Cholmelex* Bichard, esquire 
Claxton, William, esquire 
Ohyney, John, knight - 
Cholmeiey, Bichara 
Chambr', Bobert, clerk • 



:} 
:} 



I 



See Neyill, Balph, Lord 

Letters Patent appointing them the 
King's Custodians of the tempo- 
ralities of the Bishopriok of 
Durham while in the King's 
hands. 

iSM Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of - 
See Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of - 
/Sm Oomey, John 



iSlM Graye, Thomas . . . 

Writ of diem claueit extremum 

To have seisin of the lauds, Ac., of 
his late father. 

See Bhikehede, Thomas 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Ctoorge Byrd. of 
right, Aol, in a tenement and land 
in Swalwela, late his father's. 

See Blenkansop, John 

See Bicherdson, William 
See Woddeshend, WilUam - 
See MarshaU'. William 

See Hewetson. William 

Has Memorandum enrolled, of en- 
try upon the Court Boll of the 
sud hospital for the borough of 
Geligate, of a tenement in Fros- 
terley being taken by Joan Todd. 

Ebus Memorandum enrolled, of sur- 
render by him, to John Hedworth, 
esquire, of right, Ac., in a messu- 
age and land in Chestre. 

;%» Beir, Bobert 

See Middilton', John - 



iS^ Lysle, Humftrey - . . 

Have Deed enrolled, whereby they 
granted to William Smethlrst, of 
Durham, a messuage in the North 
bailey of Durham, at the rent of 
twenty pence jpM* annum. 

Also Deed appomting John Lang- 
horn', chaplain, their attorney to 
give seisin thereof to the said 
William. 

Hare Deed enrolled, whereby they 
muted to Thomas Tempest and 
Thomas Mershall' of Satley, their 
lands, Ac., in the manor or terri- 
to^ of Bradwode. 

See Barbum*. William 



See Bamforth, Bobert 

Enrolment of the King's letter under 
his signet, appointing him Becei- 
ver of the Bisnoprick of Durham, 
the temporalities being in the 
King's bands by the deoeaM of 
the late Bishop. 

See Neyill, Balph, Lord ; (Ueo Bray, 
Beginald. 

See Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of • 

Letters Patent appointing him the' 
King's Surveyor of the lands, Ac., 
of the Bishoprick of Durham while 
in the King's hands. 



Reign. 
8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 
OHen.7. 



9Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 



9Hen.7. 



9 Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 



9 Hen.7. 
9 Hen.7. 



Pontif. 
6 



6 



Beign. 
8 Hen.7. 

8 Hen.7. 



8 Hen.7. 

8 Hen.7. 
8 Hen.7. 



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The nine Bobert 
Ghyney. John, kniffht - 
Cholmeley, Bdchara 
CnUce, in the county of Tork 
Gomoy, John, ohaplun - 



Cholmeley, Richard, esquire 



:} 



Chelyngham, Thomas Oraye of, knight 

The name Thomas . . . 

Chomley, Richard, escinire 

Crawfeld, enclosure nigh Wolqmgham 
called. 

Clenedon. Richard Ayer of, Joan, 
widow of - - - 

Chambr*, Robert - 

Clendon. cottages and land in - 

Cokye, John, of Whikham. husband- 
man, son of William Ciokye, late of 
Escombe. 



;1 



Cokye, William, John, son of • -') 
Cokye, Thomas - - . ./ 

Croner, Thomas, late of Durham, 
tailor. 



Chestre, John Prayuch' of • 
Chestre, messuage, Ac, in • • 

Chepchesse in the county of Xortli- 
umberland, John Heron of, esquire. 

Dunelm', Duresme, Jbc. (pasHm) 
Durham, Ralph Bothe, Archdeacon of 
Durham, Bishoprick of • 

{Bishoprick of - -^ 

gaol of - " " f 

and Sadbei^. county of -) 
Durham and Sadberg, coun^ of 
Durham, Bishoprick of - 
The same • • - - . 



} 



Durham-' 



mer- 



mer 



Danl^, Richard - 
Durham and Sadberg, gaol of 
Durham, Bishoprick of - 
Danby, Richard - - . -n 

Durham, Ralph Bothe, clerk, Chan- ( 
cellorof- - - - -f 

Durham and Sadberg, county of •) 
Durham, county of. lands, &c.. in • *> 
Durham, Bishoprick of- • -i 

Durham, the Chancellor of - 

rWilliam Richerdson of,*^ 

merchant • 
Robert Blount of, 

chant 
Henry Litster of. 

chant 
Cuthbert Thompson of, 

merchant • 
William Play of, yeoman 
vmint of • - 

Durham, Robert Blouute of - 
Durham, Thomas Croner, late of 
Durham, tenement in Old Elvet in 
Darlington, William Marshall' of 
Durham, Ralph Bothe, derk, Chan 

oellorof- - - - 

Darlington, messuage and land in 
Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 
D^, John, doctor of theology, and 

vicar of Newcastle-upon-Tvne. 
Durham, Sir Ralph Bowei» Sheriff of- 



} 

} 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 

See Mountfort, William 

Letters Patent to the Archbishop (rf 
York, directing his Institution to 
the parish church of Bnrtby with- 
in the lordship of Alverton, in the 
diocese of Tors. 

Letters Patent appointing him the 
King's Receiver and Surveyor of 
all the lands, &c., of the Bishop- 
rick in the counties of York. Dur- 
ham, and Northumberland, or 
elsewhere, while in the King's 
hands. 

See Graye. Thomas - - - 

/8m Oraye, Thomas . - - 

See Grave, Thomas . - - 

/Sm Welfed. Robert - 



Sm Ayer, Joan . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Thomas Cokye, 
his brother, of right, ftc., in the 
reversion of a messuage and land 
in Escombe. 

/8!m Cokye, John . . . 

Has Deed enrolled whereby he re- 
leased to Robert Shynkley all 
right, &c., in a tenement in Old 
Elvet in Durham. 

See Whittyngham, John 

See BeW, Robert 

See Middilton', John • - . 



See Durham. 

See BamfoTtb, Robert 

See Chomley, Richard 

See Bowes, Ralph 

See Lomley. Roger 
See Whetley, Robert - 
See Bothe, Ralph ; also Bray, Regi- 
nald. 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

See Chambr', Robert - - . 

See WestmoreUind, Ralph, Earl of - 



See Cliolmeley, Richard 
See Graye, Thomas - 



See Richerdson. Williuu 



See Woddeshend, William 
See Croner, Thomas - 

See Marshall', William 

See Middilton', John - 
See Lysle, Humfrey • 

iS^ Lysle, Homfrey - 



Reign. 
8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 



9Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 



9Hen.7. 



9Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 



9Hen.7. 
9HCT1.7. 
9 Uon.7. 



8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 
8 Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 

8 Hen.7. 
8 Hen.7. 

8 Hen.7. 

8 Hen.7. 
8 Hen.7. 



8 Hen.7. 



8Heu.7. 
9 Hen.7. 

9 Hen.7. 

9Heu.7. 
9 Hen.7. 

9HeiL7. 



DEPUTT KEEVEB OF THE PUBLIC RECOBDS. 



55 



No. 1.— ^Durham Becords : Calendar of £olls of Bishop Fox — eani. 




8d* 

1 

Id' 

2d' 

S 
8 
Sd' 



5 



Id' 



fd' 
8d' 

1 

2 



6 
Id* 

2d' 



3d' 



2 

5 



2d' 



9d' 



Darham, WUliain Smethint of 
Barham, momaagp in - 



:} 



Elwyk -')meBsuB^e8, Ac., in the") 
SdenOMtleJ Tilbof - - -/ 

Bioombe, William Cokye. late of • *) 
Baoombe, measuase and land in *S 
Blvetft Old, in Durham, tenement in - 

FklilkZf Guy, knigfat . . . 

The same Gray . . . . 

Froeter^y, Unement in *- - 
Fraynch*, John, of Cheatre 

Gateiheved, Ao. (jMi«iai) 
Oateehead, the BaiM and Steward of 
the borough of. 



Chelyngham, 



George, Hiddleton 
Gnye, Thomas, of 
kitight. 



The same Thomaa 



The aame Thomaa, to Thomas Met- 
calff, Riohard Hanaerd, and Bichard 
Chomley. eaquirea. 

GrenwelL W^iam, of HalhUl - 

Gelkate, borough of . . . 

Goaford, South, church or chapel of • 

Hoton', measuaeee, Ac, in the Till of • 
Howeden -Hordahip of, in the) 
HowedenshireJ county of York -J 
Hilton', William, knight 
Hanaerd, Bichaid, esquire 
The same Bichard 
Hay, John, of Newbiging 
Hanaerd. Bichard, esquire 
HaIhUl,WUliamGrenwellof - 
HalUJohn ... 

Hall, William, of Middleham - 
Hewetaon', William, son of 
Hewetaon'. 



} 



:} 

John 



Hewetaon', John 

Hedworth. John, esquire 

Heron, John, of Chepchesse, in the" 
county of Northumberland, esquire 

Halywell in the county of Northum- 
berland, Bobert Ogfle or Ogle of, 
esquire - - - . - 

Knyght, Leonard ... 

Kegmghair, Thomas, of Middleton 
George, esquire. 

The same Thomas, Hugh Kelynghall', 
son and heir of. 



Edynghall', Hugh 

Kepyere. Balph Bothe, clerk. Master^ 

of the hospital of • * 'i 

Kepyere, Court Boll of the hospital \ 

of J 

Kepyere, Balph Bothe, olork, Master 

cf the hospital of. and the brethren 

thereof* 

Loml^y, Boger, esquire - 



35256. 



Ses Bothe, Balph 



See Bamforth, Bobert 

See Gokye, John 

^SSss Groner, Thomas - 

See Westmoreland, Balph, 
See Westmoreland, Balph, 
See Bothe, Balph 
See Whittynffham, John 



of- 
lof - 



/Sm Gateshead. 

Incomplete entry of writ of 
tiorari directed to them. 



cer^ 



See Middleton, George 

Enrolment of Indenture whereby 
the Lord Bishop of Bath, with 
the oonaent of the King, demiaes 
to the said Thomas the custody 
of the castle of Norham for one 
year. 

Bnrolment of Indenture whereby 
the Chancellor of Durham ap- 
pointed the said Thomas Captam 
of Norham for one year. 

Bond for 65J. 8s. 8(f . - 



iSIm Welfed.Bobert . . - 
Ars Bothe. Balph . . . 

jSm Lysle, Humfrey • - - 

See Bamforth, Bobert 
j9m Trewhit, William- 

See NerHl, Balph, Lord 

5^ Bray. Beginald . - - 

Writ of diem claueii extremum 
iSiM Graye, Thomas . • - 

/9m Welfed. Bobert - 

/S'M Smyth', William - 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Agnes WUkyn- 
son' of right, ftc, in a cottage and 
garden in Blakweir. 

See Hewetaon', William 

iS'M BeU', Bobert 



StoMiddilton'.John - 



See Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of - 
Writ of diem claueit extremum 
A shnilar writ to the Escheator 
of Sadberg. 
To have seisin of the lands, &c., of 
his late flither. 

A similar writ to the Escheator 
of Sadberg. 
See Kelynghall', Thomas 

^0 Bothe, Balph . • . 

iS^ Bothe, Balph 



Beign. 
9Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 

eHon.7. 
9Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 



Un- 
dated. 
Beign. 

9Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 






Letters Patent appointing him the 
King's Bscheator of the Bishop- 
rick of Durham in the county of 
Durham and Sadbeig. 

E 



8Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 
9Hon.7. 

8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 

S Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 
8 Hen.7. 

8 Hen.7 

9 Hen.7. 
9 Hen.7. 



9 Hen.7. 
9 Hen.7. 



9 Hen.7. 



8 Hen.7. 

9 Hen.7. 



9 Hen.7. 

9 Hen.7. 
9 Hen.7. 
9 Hen.7. 

S Hen.7. 



56 APPENDIX L TO THE THIRTT-SIXTH EEPOBT OF THE 



No. 1. — ^Durham Becords : Cftlendftr of BoUs of Bishop Fox — eont 




8 
8 
3d* 



4 
6 



Id* 
2d' 



8d* 



4d' 



4 
5 

6 

Id* 



Lomley, Qearf^ Lord . . . 

The same George . . . 

The same GeofKe . . . 

Litstor, fieniy, of Darham, merohant 
Lysle, Humft«y, esquire 



Latighom', John, chaphun 

Metkalff, Thomas, esquire 

The same Thomas 
Mountfort. William 



Metkalff, Thomas, eaquire 
Middlcton', GfeorKO, Thomas Kelyng- 

hair of, esquire. 
Musfraye. Cuthbert, son and heir of 

William Musmve. 
Musgrave, William . . . 

HetoiUr, Thomas, esquire 

rWilliam Smyth' of O 
Middeham ^ William Hall of - •[ 
Ctenurein - - -J 

Marshair, William, of Darlington, son 

and heir of John Marshall*. 



Marshair, John - . . . 

Middilton*, John, of Belsowe, in the 
county of Northumberland, knight, 
John Heron of Chepchesse, in the 
same county, esquire, Robert Wod- 
ryngton' of Sivynbiun' in the same 
coimty, esquire, and Robert Ogile 
or Ogle of Halywell in the same 
coun^, esquire. 

Mersh&ll', Thomas, of Saltloy • 



Nevill, Ralph, Lord. George, Lord 
Lomley. Ralph, Bothe, olerk, Ralph 
Bowes, WiOiflan HUton'. knight, 
Thomas MetkalfT, Richard Hanserd, 
Richard Cholmeley, and William 
Claxton. esquires. 



The same Ralph .... 
The same Ralph .... 
North Alverton • *) in the county of 
North Alvertonshirej York. 
Northumberland. Hemy, late Earl of 
Northumberland, coun^ of, lands, 

Ac., of the Bishoprick in. 
Nornam, castle of . . . 

Newbiginx, John Hay, of . - 

Norham. Oaptainahip of - - 



See Nerill, Ralph, Lord 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 

See WestmorelandL Ralph, Earl of - 

See Bieherdaon. William 

Hss Deed enrolled whereby he cove- 
nanted with John Dey, doctor of 
theology, and vicar of jTewcastle- 
upon-Tyne, to cease to meddle 
with the church or chapel of 
South GosfonL or put in a priest 
to minister there till the right 
thereto be decided by the Bishop 
of Bath. The said Humf^ also 
covenants with the said Bishop 
to keep the peace towards the 
said vicar ana othera, for which 
also Sir Ralph Bowes, the Sheriif , 
is bound. 

iSSM Bothe, Ralph 



See Nevill, Ralph, Lord ; tUeo Bray, 
Reginald ; aleo WMtmoreland, 
Ralph. Barl of. 

See Westmcnreland, Ralph, Barl of • 

Letters Patent appoinnng: him to 
the office of the King's Receiver 
of the lordships of North Alver- 
ton and North Alvertonshire* and 
the liberty thereof, and Crake, in 
the county of York, while the 
Bishoprick shall be in the King's 
hands. 

iSSm Vavasour, John . - . 

See Kelynghair, Thomas 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac. of 

his late fkkther. 
See Musgrave, Cuthbert 
jSIm Graye, Thomas .. . . 

Sto Smyth', William . . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to Ralph Bothe, 
derk. Chancellor of Durham, of 
right, &c., in a messuage and land 
in Darlington. 

/S^ Marshall', William 

Have writing enrolled whereby Uiey 
are bound to the Lord the King 
in 100^. for the good behaviour of 
the said Robert Wodrvngton, 
towards the Bishop of Durnam. 



See Barbum', William 



Are appointed to collect arrears due 
by the officers and other debtors 
of the late Bishop, who had died 
at Rome in the Sing's service 
" indebted in right gret sommes 
" of money." and therefore ''we 
** shuld the raUier put our hand 
of help to the contentacion of 
his said debtes." 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

5(00 Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

See Mountfort, William 



€1 



See Vavasour, John • 
See Cholmeley, Richard 

See Graye, Thomas • 

See Hay, John • 

See Graye, Thomas • 



Year of 
Pontiil- 
catebAo. 



Reign. 
8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 
8 Hen.?. 
8Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 



9Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 



9Hen.7. 
9Hen.7, 



Pontif. 
6 

Reign. 
8Hen.7. 



8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 

8Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 

9Hen.7. 
9Hen.7. 
8Hen.7. 



DEPUTY KBEPEB OF THE PUBLIC ftECORDS. 67 

No. 1.— Durham Becords ; Calendar of Bolle of Kshop Fox— ■eorU. 

Yetzal 
Sntjaot. Pootia- 



Ifortbumborlaiid- 



Bwrnbiini' in the 
POunly of, - 
ben 'W<l^r. 



OldEiyetinDorbui.U 

(^B or Ogle, Robert, 

in tbe ooiuitr of Noj 



Till or. 

Bomb death of tbe late Biihnp of 

IhirbimBt. 

Kaket,John . . . . 

The nan John ■ ■ - ■ 



Cutiibert llionipnn, merciuinta. 
uid Witlbun FIv, teomiui, iJl of 
Durbun, to tbe Loni the King. 
Bankld. Thonma, lenore lite of 
Rjlon', Jobn WhlttynKhun of O 

Bjton', msnage uid luid In - -S 

Segfeld - ) meaoBget, Ac, in tbe villi 

Hhoroton' S of.. 

Siwiberg, Durham and, count; of 



nty of North- 
'odiynekm' ot 
rord, church or eb^iel of - 
VnlHua, oF Dmbun 
Batkj'. ThomM Henhell' 01 - 
Trewhit. WilUun, kalRbt 



fhompion, Culhbert, of Ihirhtun, 



Set Uiddilbm', John ■ 



Am Lfsle, Humfrer - 



«HHlddllh>n-,JohD . 



Writ of diem claiuil exlrtatua 
See Bicherdun, Williiuii 
iSfa«Wodd«hend,W illUm - 

See BsmftBth. Bobert - 

See NoTlU, Bklph, Lord 



- a Hen.?. 
■ BHen-T. 



; ofice uF Keeper of the Uini 



Set Bamforth, Bobert • ' - 

See Bowes, Bslpb -, alia liomle;, 

AoWeBliDoieliuid, BoJpb, Esrl of - 
Ste Eelynghair, Thomsa 
Am Blenkuuop, John 
See Croner, Thomas ■ 



tneaJI. 



ivnuur Qj niui Hj rfODD najj, son 
or WiUiam Hall, oT Hiddleh&m, 
of right, to., ia the tenure, late ot 
Thomai Banald. in the vlU 
territorr of Ulddleham. 
See HiddUton*. John - 

Set Ljile, Humfrer ■ 



Lettem Patent appointing him the S 
Kinar'a Bteward of the loidahip 
of Boweden aad HoTedeniblre, 
fn the county of Tort- 
Writ of dien cfoiuif n 
To have aeiafn of the laOD 

hii late bther. 
See Tebson'j William - 
See BichenuoD, William 



Bee Barbum', WlUlam 



58 APPESDIX I. TO THE THIBT7-StZTH SEPOBT OF THE 



No. 1.— Durham Becords ; Calendar of Bolla of BUhop Fox—^umt. 



TbmaM HeUulB, aiqulns. 



Letten Patent ol 
InqaMUoaiKWfi 

laUBvl onion 



Wolhnll hi tho couiil; or Yurk. tdiiikit 

W.-ilm'clJJj.'jHi, Rnlpli. Eur! of. lUliih. 
lord Nvvill, (ioanm. IatiI Luinlu;, 
JnUii Cliyncy. knight. Hujr FWrr.a, 
knl)cht. John TaraKur, lUchard 
Duihr, Richofd abaimekr. TbDindi 
MatlulO, Bdohard B^DUriK. Luo- 
iiBi4 Knyght, anil John ICokn. 

The nmo Balph, Balpb, George, 
John. Guv, Jo&i. ILichRnl. Richurd, 
Thnmu, lUchanL and Juhii, lo- 
RPther iriUi Balph Bothe. rkTk. 
Chsncdlor ol Darbiun. and Bolxirt 
Chambr', plerk. 

Wiiiir. WlllLamTebwm'of - 

Tbe uutie wmiun 

Wodrntt, Thonisx Blikohcdc of 

VDildnbend, William, Ani<-'<, widow at 



Wbitti'DKham. John, ot Byton 



fodirngtoD', 
ill the count 



, o( Swrnbui 
orthiunbcrliui 



forli.Hoiredeii and Howedeiuhlni Id 

tho coanlv of. 
Tork. Wolhall, 111 the oounly of, 

manor or maiuie ol, 
York. Bolph Bothe, dork, Arohdcacon 

York, North Alvarton, 

tonahire, and Crake, i 

of. 
YotiK, Brian, nhaplain ■ 



York, chantry vithm the 
Alrerton, hi the dtooese ot 

York, Archhisbop of 

York, dioooo of, chur 
In the ■ 

Xork. count]; of, tanda, Ac, of tl 
Bkdioprick iiu 



iT church of BiTtby 



See BamfOrth, Bobert 

Lettcrg Patent upointing bbn 
Keeper ot the ions'* manor or 
mwiae of Wolhall lu the county 
of York, irtiile the temporalitlei 
of the Buhoprifl of Durttam are In 
the XiDx* handa. 

Ah Whetlej, Bobert - 

initth 



Letten Patent appointlnn them the 
Xlng'i Joiticee of the peace in the 
county of Durham and EtedberF. 



&■ Tebaon\ William- 

iSm Slakehede, Thomaa 

Hm Ifeinoniidnm enrolled of sur- 
render by brr to Bobert Blouiito 
ot Durtiam, ot rteht, Ac, in (enure 
in Plaveiworth, late her nald 

Hai Uemurandum enrolled of bui^ 
render by him toWilliMn Greon- 
weU, of Balhlll. of riRhl. Ac., in 
the moiety of an endoaure called 
Crawfeld nigh Wolayngham. 

Set WelfM, Eobert - 

JteCokye.John 

St» UewetMm', WilUam 

Hai llDmoiandum enrolled of aur- 
rendrr byhhn lo John Fraynch, 
of Chcatre, at rizht, Ac. in a 
meaauaae and land in Byton'. 

&« Uiddllton-. John - 



5m Trewhit, 'William ... 
^ Whetley, Kobert ... 
£« Bothe, Balph 
Sft Uauntlbrt, WOliun 

Letlont Patent appointing him 
chaplain for llFe ot tho chnnlry 
Kitbin the manor of Alverlon, in 
the diocese of York. 

Su Yong, Brian 

Stt Comey, John 
AaCbolmoley, Blchard 



Hon-T. 
aHeil.7. 



- 9Bcn.7. 
. iB Uon.7. 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) Joseph Bubtt. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECOEDS. 



59 



36. (64.) Boll No. 1 of William Sevebs, Bishop of Durham. 
(Pontificate extended from loth October 1502 to ♦ 1505.) 



Maib* 
bnuie. 



Kune. 



3 

13 



18 
19 



23 

2 



3 

4 



10 



U 



IS 
14 
15 
16 

17 



18 



Aukdand, iG. ( jMffffi») 
Anyalegr, John . . . . 
AucUand. West, Katherine Hebbum', 
late of. 

Annoreri William, goldamitli, G«orge 

Sparke, labourer, Richard Bparke, 

fleteher.WilUam Story. tailor.Bobort 

Helmenwe. shoemaker, and Robert 

Wylarm, hasmaker, all of Ihirham. 

Auckland, nuk of Britley nich 

Auckland, North, metauage, ke*, in • 

Afflaby, Nicholas- . • • 

Adce, QeoiKO, e«iaire • • • 



The same, Treaauier of the Bishop's 
household. 



Bowes, Ralph, knight 



Bentley, John - 
The same John • 
Benymcton' William 
BydneU* John • 
Benyngton', William 
BedneU, John 
Bowdon', ohnroh of 

Bentley, John 
Bowes, Ralph, knight 



Buhner, William, knight 



Bedlyngton*, Thomas, the vicar of 
Bedlyngtonshire 
Benyngton', William - 
Bednell', John - - • 

Bowes, Ralph, knight - 






Bnlmer. William, knight 
Boynton*, Heniy. knight, and Isabella 
his wife, dnnghter and heir of Ber- 
tram Lomley, late of Ravenshelme, 
esquire. 
Bentley, John . . • • 

The same . . . . 

Berwick, Bertram Mitford of - 
Bedyk, John, of Durham, Wright 
Bentley. John - - - - 

Brrgham. Christofcr. merrhant, John 
Hedwortb. esquire, John Raket, 
Richard Eryngton', and Bertram 
Tonghusbond. 



Brygfaam, Robert, of NewcasUeKiii^ 

Tyne, merchant • - •( 

Baynbiyg, Richard, gentleman! 'j 

Barkehous, John, late of Ebchester, 

labourer. 
Bowea, Ralph, knight • . - 

Berkehona, John, late of Bbohester, 
labourer. 



Sdbject. 



Tear of 
Pontifl- 



iSm Auckland. 

S0e Cholmeley, Richard 

8ee Hebbnnr, Katherine 



Beoomo bail for the good behayiour 
of Roger Richardson', of Durham, 
merocr. 



/Sm Stathom John . . . 

Sge Hedwortb, John . - • 

S0e Fenton', Thomas ... 
Has ^rant of the custody of the lord- 

shipand manor or mansion house 

ofWelehall. 
Has gnnt of the oi&ce of Ranger of 

the forest of Wardale. 

Lett. Pat. ax 



'TOointing 
nil in th< 

I Badbergh, and Keeper 
of the gaol tlierc while the Bi- 



_ him the 

Kins's Sheriil in ^e county of 

ornam "" 



Durham and Badbergh, and Keel 



shoprick is in the Jung's hands. 
See Oonysby. Humfh^ 
See Conyngsby, Hunuroj 

See Cholmeley, Richard 

See Cholmel^, Richard 
/SIm Wren, Geoffrey • 

&0 Conyngesbv, Humfinoy < 
Is appointed Sheriff in the county 
of Durham and Badbergh, and 
Keeper of the gaols there. 
Is appointed Sheriff in the county 
of Durham and Badbergh, and 
Keeper of the gaols there - 

See Holy Island, William, Prior of - 

See Choml^, Richard 

Is commanded to deliver to William 
Bulmer, knight, the Bishop's 
Sheriff, all prisoners in the gaols 
of Durham and Badbergh, together 
with the causes of their caption 
and detention, and all manacles 
and other fastenings to the same 
belonging. 

See Bowes, Ralph • . . 

Have licence of entry into the 
lands, Ac, late of the aid Bertram, 
without proof of age of the said 
IsabeUa. 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Mitford, Bertram • 

i8MRob8on',WiUiam. 

See Latymer, Richard^ Lord - 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
from Robert Bryghun, of New- 
castle-upou-Q^e, merchant, of 
land, tenements, Ac, in Gateshead, 
and flrem Richard Baynbiyg, gen- 
tleman, of land in Oatesluad, 
without licence, and lioenoe to 
them to hold the aame. 

See Brygham, Christofer 

Has seneralpardon at the instance 

of Ralph Bowes, knight. 
iSEM Barkhous, John - . • 
Precept to the Justices of Assise 
notifying the pardon granted to 
him, and security having been 
given for his good behaviour, and 
that he is not to be molested on 
account of offences no paidoned. 



Reign. 
17Hen.7. 
Un- 
dated. 
Pontlf. 
1 



3 

8 
8 
3 



Reign. 
17Hen.7. 



17HiB.7. 
17H«.7. 

17H«n.7. 

17H«n.7. 

17Hni.7. 
Pontif. 
1 



1 
1 



1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
8 



I 

2 

2 
2 






* The Record of the last Hallmote Court that can be found, held in the name of Bishop Severs, 
is dated 2Mh April 1808 1 the next Court is held on aoth June 1606 "port mortem** of t&e same 
Bidiop.. 



60 AFP£NI)IX I. TO THE THIKTY-SIXTH BEPORT OF THE 



No. 1.— Durham Records : Calendar of EoUs of Bishop Severs— coni. 




of 
Pbntlll- 
oate,fto. 



18 



20 
81 
82 



BynMvyd 



BerkhouB, Christofer, of Benfeldord, 
jeoman* Kumtrey Hedley, yeoman, 
w illiam Synuion', yeoman. Nicholas 
Berkhoiu, yeoman, all of Ebchester. 
Thomas Berkhous, and Robert Berk- 
hoos, both of Byresayd. yeoman. 

Benfeldsyd, Chxutofer Berkbeos of,1 
yeoman ..... 

Berkhous, NidhobM, yeoman - 

Berkhous, Thomas, of Biyesvyd, yeo- 
yniin . . • . 

Berkhouib Bobert, of Biyes^yd, yeo- 
man ..... 

rThomas Berkhous of. 
yeoman 

Bobert Berkhons of, 
yeoman 

John Berkhoiue late of, 
^ yeoman 
Bowes, Ralph, knight • 
Bentley. John . - 
Britley niffh Auckland, pork of 
Beaumyssn*. manor of - 
Blakman. William 
Bowes. Ralph, knight - 
Bentley, John ... 
Bedbum*. park of - - 

Blakbanke, wood of - 
BerkelfflT. Thomas, esqnire. and Elea^ 
nor his wife, widow of John Ingleby, 
esquire. 



Oarlistok William, Bishop of 



Become bail for the fcood behayiour 
of John Berkhous, late of Byres- 
qrd, yeoman. 



See Berkhous, Ohristof er 



Chambr^, Robert, clerk, Rector of the 
parish church of Halghton*. 



The same Robert, Chancellor of Dur- 
ham. 
Conysby, Humfrey, WUliam Fairfhz, 
Jo' 



and J ohn Bentley. 

6nyngsby, Humfre; 
tax, and John Bentley. 



Gonyngsby. Humfrev, William Payr- 
"" itley. 



Chohneley, Richard, knight, Ralph 
Gray, esquire, John Cartyngton', 
esquire, Bdward Radclyfl, esquire, 
Richard Eiyngton' William Be- 
nynggton', Bertram Mytfforth, John 
Anysley, and John Bydnell*. 

Cartyngton', John, esquire 

Constable, Marmaduke, knight, and 
William Oilson. 



Chohnelay, Richard, knight, Ralph 
Gray, esquiiv, John Cartyngton', 
esquire, Edward Ratclyff, esquire, 
Richard Bryngton', William Be- 
nyngton', Bertram Metford, and 
John Bedneir. 

Cartyngton', John, esquire 

Chambr*, Robert, clerk. Chancellor of 
Durham. William Senoys. clerk, 
William Lee, and John Raket. 



See lAtymer, Richard, Lord - 

AIm Stathom, John . . . 

<8»0 Harbottle, John . . . 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord • 

Sea Clervaux, Richard 

Have grant of the custody of the 
landJB, Ac., late of the said John 
during tiie minority of William 
his son and heir, toother with 
the marriage of the said William. 



Lett. Pat. directing him to take 
possession of the lands, ftc., in the 
King's hands by the minority of 
Ralph Neveir, fiarl of Westmore- 
land, to surm the same^ and have 
custody and direction thereof. 

Lett. Pat. appointing him Chan- 
cellor of the Bishoprick of Dur- 
ham and Keeper of the Great Seal 
there. 

See Lumley, George, Lord - 

Lett. Pat. appointing them the 
King's Justices of Assise in the 
countv of Duriiam and SadUngh. 

Lett. Pat. appointing them the 
King's Justices of Gaol Deliyenr 
for the gaols of Durham and Sad. 
ben^h. 

Lett. Pat appointing them the 
King's Justices of the Peace in 
the counties of Norbam and Nor^ 
hamshire, and Bland and Slimd- 
shire. 



iSiM Cholmeley, Richard 

Lett. Fat. appointing them the 
King's Stewards in Houeden and 
Houedenshire, while the Bishop- 
rick is in the King^s hands. 

Lett. Pat. appointing them the 
King's Justices for the delivery 



8 
S 
S 

8 

8 

8 



Reign. 
17Hm.7. 



17H«&.7. 

17Heii.7« 
17Hcn.7. 

17Hen.7. 
17H«i.7. 



of the 
Eland. 



gaols of Norbam and 



See Chohnelay, Richard 

Lett. Pat. appointing them to sur^ 
vey, ftc., all castles, mines, Ac, be- 
longing to the Bishoprick, to let 
them to fkrm, and to enquire into 
and punish any dilapidations or 
other oflTenoes connected there, 
with. Also to survey all parks 
and chaoes belonging thereto, and 
to direct and govern the beastc, 
underwood, ftc, therein, and tha 
officers thereof. 



I7Hen.7. 
17Hen.7. 



17HeB.7. 



17Heii.7. 
17Hen.7. 



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0*dU«, TUIiam. bte Blihop of 



GbHDbf, Bobart.el(rt Seotor ol tb« 



ConTngcflbj, Hnmtrs;, HerKunt«t- 
Tbe nme Homrrer, WilUam nvr- 



Chunbr'. Bobert. cl 



GhrtTii^on'. John, esQuim 

Oujk. HumfTeT, carpeiitDr 

Ctumkij. BuhiudC knight. Rulph 
Qi>;>'i( Cbat^ngbain, raqiilre, Juin 
OtriTnetan'. ««iiire, Edwuni H:id- 

"W'lltiiini Beujiutton', Bortmm Mlt- 

r..r.l. :ind JohnUeilneU'. 
Cb'liiiEham. R*Jph Oraj of. esquire) 
OrnrwWn', John. Moiiito - ■ J 
Cl. IriL-tLim, RalpliGr 



C< 



-i 



ChuDbre, Bobert. clerk. Chancellor'' 
of I>iirfa&m .... 
Eiimfrcjr. SerjeuiMtt- 



OhomlsT, Blchint, knight -) 

OhomleT. Richard, knight, John Car. 

tjnfftan', eBquire, Bdwwd Ratcljff, 

enquire. Eichiu^ Brynglon', Williun 

Lm, uid John B^ket. 
Oirtrnitlon', JciiD, esqnini 
The ■OS Bkhud, John, Bdwaid, 

Bteluid. VilUam, nd John. 

Otitfoeioa'. Jotm. eaqnire 
Oonnjniteat);, Hamtrey, Serfcant«t-'l 

CoMler. WiUbm' 



Oonyngeibf, Humfny, Berjeuit«t- 



Chiuabre, Botiurt, i^k, OhanoetlOT i 



Cutleid. Wllllun, . 
Cfaomie/, Biohvd, 
Cra^ke. — " ■" ■ 



__« 

'llliaiD,oletk 



clerk, OhancetlOT oT] 

nbvj, Serjeant-It- 1 

Berteaot-at-Uvw ■ 
[, ktught -J 



Teuaf 

PontiB- 



Preoept Mttliu oat bis tnuulMion 
to the Biuioiirick of Dnrtuun, 
dlractinff the reetltatiDO to bbn of 



ToTk.BMhMloritf. 
Imperfect cotir (ouKieUed) of hli 
abpotntment b; VilUam. Biihop 
or Durham, u Chancellor of tbe 

Bisboprtck and Keeper of the 
GrtMSeai 
5m latrmer', Bichaid, Lord 

Are vpointed Jiutioea ol Aiilw In 
the Dountj of Durham and Bad- 



OmtSMl. 
5« iMiytaet, Kicbard, Lord - 

«w Hoi; Iiland, Winiam, Prior of- 

Are appointed Juatioee for the de- 
liTerrof the gaols of Ni " 



Set l^l^mer, Bicbard, Lord 
.SMWb<tleld,Gile> - 
Sat LatjmeT. BJohard. Lord 

&< lAtjmer. Bicbard, Lord ■ 



llTery of the gaots ot Norbam ai 



i8m Latjmier, Bicbard, Lord - 



Am Latimer, BJdurd, Lord - 



Set Heron', John 



Stt Latjmer, ^cfaonl. Lord - 



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No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Severs— cofU. 




21 



M 



1 

a 



4 
6 



8 

9 
10 



U 



Gonyngesby* Humfrey, Serjeuit-it-^ 

law t 

Catlerd, WillUun, Serjeuit-at-law • \ 
Ghamley, Bichard. kiueht - -J 
ChamOTe, Robert, den, Chanoellor^ 
of Durham .... 
Conyngesby. Htimfiney, 8erj«aDt«t- 
law - - . . - 

Chamley. Richard, knl^t 

Cntlerd, 'William, 8«rjean(>«t-]aw -, 

ClervBux, Richard 



danraax, Robert 



il 



Durham, ChanoeUor of the Biihopriok 
of. 

(^Sheriff of 

v£iahopriok of 

{Bidiopriok of - O 

Thomas, Prior of the Ca- 
thedral church of - 1 
Robert Chambr', clerk, f 
ChanoeUor of 
uenoy. tuchard ... .J 
Durham and Sadbergh, counties 

of. 
Durham and Sadbergh. gaols of 
Durham and SadbOTgh, the Sheriff 
of. 



Durham, Robert Chambr*, clerk, 

ChanoeUor of. 
Durham, Biahoprick of • 



Durham, WUliam, Bishop of 



Danby, Richard • - - ''I 

Durham, gaol of • • - • -i 

Durham and Sadbergh, counties of • 



Durham, Bishoprick of - 
Durham and &idben^h, gaols of 
Durham, Thomas. Prior of 
Durham, Robert Chambr*, derk 

CluuioeUor of- - . > 
Danby, Bichard ... 
Durham and Sadbergh, counties of, 

and gaols there. 
Dice, John, notary . . . 

Durham and Sadbergh, gaols of 

Durham, the Sheriff of • . . 



I 



The same 



Durham, Thomas, Prior of 
Danby, Richard • 

Durham and Sadbergh, oounly of -y 
8 Durham, Roger Rioherdson', late of • 






See La^ymer, Riohard, Lord • 



See Latymer, Ridiard, Lord - 

Has grant of the office of Keeper of 
the new park of 8tBneh<9>% and 
of the park of Bedbom and wood 
of Blakbanke for life. 

Has grant of the office of baUiff of 
the TiUs of Whikham and Byton 
with the fee of two pence per 
diem* 



See Chambr*. John 



See Bowes, Ralph 



See Lumley, George, Lord 



See Wharton', Hichad; tOeo Co- 
nysby, Humftey. 

See Conyngsby, Humflrey - 

Precept to nlm to attend the lately- 
appointed Justices of Assise, with 
all original writs and other things 
necessary for the execution of 
their duty. 

A similar Precept as regards the 
latdy-appointed Justices of the 
Peace. 

See Chambr', Robert - 

See Carlisle, William, late Bishop 
of; eUeo Northumberland, Ea- 
choator of; aieo Middlesex, Es- 
cheator of : aleo York. Eacheator 
of; aleo Chambr', Robert. 

Letters Patent granting him all the 
profits, Ac of the Bishoprick in 
the King's hands by reason of 
vacancy. 

See Latymer', Richard. Lord 

See Conynjsesb^, Humftey : aleo 
Wharton , Hichael ; aleo Bowes. 
Ralph. 

See Cnambr', Robert ... 

jS^ Bowes, Ralph 

See Latymer. Richard, Lord 

See Buhner, William - 

See Holy Island, WiUiam, Prior of 

See Bowes, Balph; alto Durham, 
the Sheriff of. 

Precept directing him to 'be attend- 
ant upon the Justices appointed 
for the delivery of the gaols of 
Durham and Sadbergh. 

Precept directing him to be attend- 
ant upon the Justices of the 
Peace. 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Bidierdaon', Roger • 



8 



Un- 
dated. 



Reign. 
17H«.7. 



17HaD.7. 



17H011.7. 



l7Haa.7. 

17Hen.7. 
I7HeB.7. 



17H«B.7. 
18Hea.7. 

I8H011.7. 



POntif. 
1 



1 
1 



1 
1 



Un- 
dated. 
1 



DEFUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECOBDS. 



63 



No. h — ^Durham Becords : Calendar of Bolls of BiBhop Severs — cant. 



Mom- 
brone. 





Year of 
Pontlfi- 
oate,fto. 



IS 



14 



IS 
18 



17 
18 



^ 21 



S 
S 

4 



8 
9 



10 
IS 



rWiUiam Armorer, gold-" 

8miih,of - 
G«oige SpBrke, labourer, 

of - 
Bidiard Bparkei fletcher, 
of - 
Dorhams William Story, tailor, of 

Robert Helmenve, shoe- 
maker, of - 
Robert Wylion', hatmakerj 

of - 
Boicer Rioberdaon*, meroer, 
^ « - 
Dmiiam, Eobert Chambre, clerk 

Chanoellor of . - • 
Dantaj, Riohard ... 
Durham and Sadben^, coantles of 
Danl^, Richard ... 
Duiiiam and SadberKh, gaols of 
Durham and Sodbcofgh, the BherifT 
of. 



The 



Durham, Thomas Wall* of, draper ' • 
Dobyn, Thomas, of Durham, tailor -"^ 
"-WiUiam Robeon' of, 

Wright 
Thomas Dobyn of; tailor 
Riohard Rosse of, tailor 
Durham s William Bperk of, slater 
John Bedyk of, wright 
Thomas Tostell of, la- 
bourer 
.Thomas Wall' of, dn^nr 
Danby, Richard ... 
Durham and Sadbenrh, gaols of 
Durham, Robert Chambre, derk. 

Chancellor of . . • 

Danby, Riohard ... 
Durham and Sadbevgh, counties of 
Durham, castle of - • 

Durham, Robert Chambre, derk, 

Chanoellor of ... 
Danlqr, Richard ... 
Danby, Richard ... 
Durham and Badbergh, gaols of 
Durham, Thomas, Pnor of 
Durham, Robert Chambre, clerk, 

Chancellor of ... 
Duiby, Richard ... 
Durham and Badbergh, counties of 
Dyoonson, Ralph 



} 

1 

} 
) 

I 



Durham and Badbergh, counties of -^ 

Durham, mines withm the Bishopriok r 

of ) 



Eure, William, knight - 

Siyngton', Richard 

Bryniton', Richard 

Bland, and Elandshire, county of 

Brynxton', Richard 

Bland, gaol of ... 

Biyngton', Riohard 

Bure, William, knight - 
Biyngton', Richara 
The same William, and Richard 
Elandshire ... 

Elandshire, gaols of - 
Biyngton', Richard 
Eland, county of - 
Bryngton', Richard 

Bure. William, knight - 
Bryngton,' Richard 



:} 
:} 



• 
• 

:} 

• 

:} 



£ke Armorer, William 



See Latymer, Riohard, Lord 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

Precept directing him to attend the 
lately-appointed Justices of Assise 
with all things necessary for the 
execution of their office. 

A like precept as regards the Jus- 
tices of Qnol Delivery. 

iSm Wall', Thomas <• 



See Robson', William - 



See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Yon, Riohard 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord 



Is appointed one of the four forest- 
ers of the high forest of Werdall, 
for life. 
■ 

See Redmayne, Thomas • • 



See Lumley, George, Lord - 

See Cliolmeley, Richard 

See Cholmelay. Richard 

See Cholmebiy, Richard 

Lett Pat. appointing him the 
King^s Attorney-General while 
the Bishopriok irin his hands. 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

See Holy Island, William, Prior of 

See Chomloy, Riohard 

See Gragr, Ralph 
Is appointed the Bishop's Attorney 
General. 

iSlM Latymer, Richard Lord 



1 
1 



8 



2 



a 
s 



Un- 
dated. 



Reign. 
l?H«n.7. 

17Hea.7. 

17 Hen.7. 
17HCI1.7. 



Pon 



if. 






Un- 
dated. 



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No. 1. — ^Durham Becords : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Severs — eoni. 




18 
14 



16 



16 
17 



18 



19 

81 
22 

a 

8 

4 



7 
18 
19 

21 

88 



8 

4 



9 
10 

17 



2 

4 
6 



7 

9 



12 
13 






The aame WUliam and Siohard 
The same WiUiun and Sichard 
Biyncton', Siohaid 
Elandahire 

^iTiieton'. Kichard . - 

Eland, ffads of • 

EUmdanire 

KTyngton', Bdohard 

The same • - - 

Bbchester, John Barkehona, late of, 

Iftbourer. 
Ebcheater, John Berkehons, hite of, 

hibourer. 

rHnmfk^ Hed^y of > jeo-^ 
I man ... 

Bboheater i ^'^^ 8ymaon_of.yeo- 

I NicholaB Berkhooa of, 
L yeoman - • v 

EiTngton', Eionard - . . 

Eure, Ralph, knight, son and heir of 
William Biire, knight, deoeaaed. 

Bare, WUliam. knisht, deoeaaed 

Biyngton', Biduua . . . 

Elmeden, William, aon and heir of 
William Elmeden, Imight. 

Fayrfta, William . . . 

The same William 

Flynt, John, Prior of the Monaatory 
of Pomfret. 



Payrfliz, William 

Pajrfax, William, Sergeant-at-law - 

Fenton', Thomas, and Nicholas 

Aglaby. 
Payrfax, William, Seijeant«t-Iaw 

Plemyng, Heniy • - . - 



Gray, Balph, esquire 
Gilaon. 'William - 
Gray, Ralph, esquire 



Gray, Ralph, of Ghelyngham, esquire 
The same • . - • < 
Gateshead, land, fto., in 



Halghton', Robert Chambr*, derk. 

Rector of the parish church of. 
Hilton*. WiUiam, knight 
Houeden and Houedenshire - 
Halghton', Robert Chambr*, Rector of 
the church of. 



The same 




I 



Gartyngton', esquire, Edward Rad< 
clyflf, esquire, Robert Tnrpyn', 
derk, vicar of Norham, Thomas, the 
vicar of Bedlyngton', Bartram Mit- 
forth*, esquire, John Dice, notary, 
and Humfrey Cook, carpenter. 
Hoberd, James .... 

Hebbum', Katherine, late of West 
Auckland, labourer. 

Helmerawet Robert of Durham, shoe- 
maker. ' I 



See Latymer, Richard, Lord 
See Lalymer, Richard, Lord 

See Ohomley. Richard 

iSMChomley, Blohard 

See Kitford, Bertram - 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord 
See Bmham, Christopher • 
See Barkehoufl, John - 

See Berkehonst John - 



See Berkhous, Christofer 



See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

Has licence of entry into the lands, 

fto» of his late ftitner. 
See Bnre, Ralph ... 
See Latymer, lUohard* Lord 

Has licence of entry into the lands, 
ftc, of his late father. 

See Lumley, Geoiige, Lord ; aleo Co- 
nysby, finmfrev. 

See Oonyngsby, Uumf^ 

Precept to the Archbishop of York 
directing the admission of the 
said John to the church of Red- 
mershall' to which he had been 
presented. 

See Conyngesby, Humf^y - 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

Are appointed Keepers of the castle 

of Criayke. 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord 

Is appointed Keeper of the park of 
Howeden, in the county of York. 

See Gholmeley, Richard 
<SSm Constable, Harmaduke • 
See Gholmelay, Richard 

See Holy Island, William, Prior of ; 

aleo Cnolmey. Richard 
Is appointed Sheriff in the counties 

or Norham and Bland. 
See Biygham, Christopher - 



See Chambr*, Robert • 

See Lumley, George, Lord • 
<SSm Constable, Marmaduke - 
See Chambr*, Robert ... 

See Chambr*. Robert - 

Are apjK>inted Commissioners to 
examme into and certify touch- 
ing the condition of the castles, 
lands, mine% Ac, of the Bi- 
shoprick in Norhamshire, Bland- 
shire, and Bedlyngtonshire, and 
between the l^ne and Tees. 

ft 

See lAtymer, Richard, Lord 

Has general pardon . - . 

^00 Armorer, William - 



Un- 
dated. 



1 
1 



8 



8 



2 

8 

8 

8Aun- 

dated. 

S 

Reign. 
17Hen.7. 

l7Hen.7. 
17Hen.7. 



Pontif. 
1 
2 
8 

2 Ann- 
dated. 
8 

Reign. 
17Heii.7. 
17HeB.7. 
17He&.7. 
Pontif. 
1 



a 

Reign. 
17Hen.7. 

17Hea.7. 
17Hen,7. 

Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 

1 

1 



Un- 
dated. 

Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
1 



DEPUrr KBEPBB OF THE PUBUC RECORDS. 



66 



No. 1.— Dnrham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Beyers— ciml. 




u 

14 
IB 

17 



18 



19 



20 



21 



23 
24 



2S 
24 

2 



HobMd, James ... 
The nine - . - . 
Holwrd, James ... 
Holmeset, Robert, Tempest, late of 
Hed worth, Jobn, esquire 
Heron', John, esqvdra - 



Hedley, Hmnftvy, of Ebchester. yeo- 
man. 
Hobard, James, knight - -^ 

Hilton', William, knight - -> 

Hunter, Nicholas . . . 

Hedworth, John, and John Eaket - 



Herboteir, Ae. {pastim) 

Harbottle, John. William CohyW. 

Thomaa Harbottle, esquire, and 

Robert Sothorone, clerk. 



Harbottle, Thomas, esquire 
Harbottle, Bartram, esquire 
Hedle, manor of - 
Harbottle, John, son of John 
H«rdynffgRiohard, esquire 
HiltonVwilliam. knight 
Hobard, James, knight • 



Hoton', Richard, esquire, brother and 

heir of Henry Hoton', clerk. 
Hoton'. Hennr, derk ... 
Howeden in the county of York, park 

of. 
Houeden ' '1 t 

Howedenshire, in the >- liberty of - i 

county of Tork -J ^ 

Honeden, in the county of York, Till 

of. 

Ingfeyby, John, esquire, son and heir 
of William Ingleyby, knight. 

Ingleybr, William, knight 
Insula Sacra ^^^^^ , 
Island. Holy )P****^ 

Ingleby, John, esquire, deceased 



Kydd, John, valet of 
chamber. 



the Bishop's 



Lumkiy,George, Lord, Thomas, Priorof 
the cathedral church of Durham.Wil- 
liam Eure. knis^t, WOliam Hilton', 
knight, Robert Uhambr', clerk, Ohan* 
cellor of Durham, Roger Labum', 
clerk. Richard Danby. WiUiam Fayr- 
fkz, John Pekeiyng, Richard Bryng- 
ton', and John fiaket. 
lAbum', Roger, clerk . . - 

Lee, WiUiam . - . - 



See Latymer, Richard, Lord 
See La^mer, Richard. Lord 
See Latymer, RiohanL Lord 
See Tempest, Rouland 
See Biygoam. Christopher - 
Has grant <^ the custody of the 
Bishop's manor or mansion house, 
nigh uharing Cross, London, to- 
gether with the reoeiTenhip of 
the rents pertaining thereto fbr 
lifCb with a fee of 4f. per antutm. 
See Berkhons, Christcuer 

See JMjmer, Richard, Lord 

Am Stathom, John . . . 

Fardon tot %h» acquisition by them 
ftrom Robert Pouerd, CM^uire, de- 
ceased, of a messuage, ftc m North 
Auckland without licence, and 
licence to Dionisia, widow of the 
said Robert, to hold the same. 

See Harbottle. 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
from Bartram Harbottle, esquire, 
of the manors of Beaumynh', Tan- 
feld, Hedle, and Pokerley, and for 
their subsequent conveyance, with 
lands, Ac there, by John, son of 
the sidd John Harbottle, to George 
Percy and Richard Hardyng, es- 
quires, and to William derk and 
wilUam Blakman, clerks, with re- 
mainders, without liomce; and 
licence to the said George, Richard, 
William, and William, to hold the 
same. 



See Harbottle, John 



See La^ymer, Biohard, Lord 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord 



Has licence of entry into the lands, 

&c, of the said Henry. 
See Hoton', Richard • • - 

<SSm Flemyng, Henry . - . 

See Metcslff, Bdward; also Smyth', 
William. 

iS^ Kydd, John . . . 



Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac., of his late flither without proof 
of age. 

/SSm Ingleyby, John . - . 

See Holy Island. 
See Berkeley, Thomas 



Has grant of the office of bailiff of 
the vill of Houeden in the county 
of York. 

Are appointed the King's Justices of 
the Peace, Ac., fbr the Biahoprick 
of Durham while the same re- 
mains vacant. 



See Lnmley, George, Lord 
See Chambr', Robert . 



1 

1 
1 
2 
2 
2 



2 

S 
8 



2 

Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
8 

8 
S 



8 

8 

Reign. 
17 Hen.7. 

17Hen.7. 



Pontif. 
8 



Reign. 
17 Hen.7. 



17 Hen.7. 
|7 Hen.7. 



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No. I. — ^Durham Becords : Calendu- of Bolls of Bishop Serera — eomt. 



■U;s 



LUjTDisr'. Eichani. Lord, Georre. 
Lunl Lomlfj. Wi Lllini Bure. knight, 
Jimoi 8lraiiKwaiyi,linli!bt,Thuuiu 
ljomli?j4 paqiiiro, Hunifr^" "- ^ 
jimaby. Seli™nt-»l-lMr, 
IteiibY, Blehuint EraiiKlon, i 
Bakcl. 

Loin ley. GeorpfB. Lord - - -1 

Lotulcy. Thoinu, (uquiro - -j 

Lktynin'', Rk^htrd, Lonl.Gmnn. Iiurd 

Lomler, llioniu. Prior of Durhun, 

Robert Chambr', cUirk. ChuicelUir 

uf Durtaam, Iluinpbn9 OaarnglsliT, 

BerleaaMI'law. Tbomu Lomluy, 

inquire, Wtlllun Xure, knlRbt, 

Jama Htruininn, kniiihl, Rinhtrd 

Duiby.Bli^lHirdKTyliwtDii'. William 

]««.itDil JobnRHkDt, 

Iiomlej, (iooriro. Lord • • -■) 

Xomlej, ThiMELM. taiuiru - -t 

Lt«. William - . . -i 

IjomWiilortTaiii.latooiaai 






'& 



dBMhterandhFi 



LatTmer. Richwd, Lonl, 

LoiDloy, Tbomah PrSor u. vur,;au,. 
RobOTE Chanibr', rlerk, HutDfrry 
Coiiyniccaby, B(9J(iaut-«(-ktw, Jainmi 
UcHwrd, WmUm Bure, kiiiirht, 
JuuuiHtnncvyiiickDlgbCIliFhurd 
CboTulpy, krilpcbt. Thaniu MotuillT. 
enquire, Kicbinl Uanliy. Rirlmrd 
EryiiKton'. William Lee, and John 
Bakvl. 

T.CI'. ffdiiam - - -J 

IMjmer, Biehanl, Lord, GeorRE, Lord 
Lomlay, Bobect Chamtirc, tlerk, 
Chanoellor of Durham, Hnmlrey 
Conntceiby, Bctjeaut-at-law, Jarnn 
Hobva, William Bura, knigbt, 
Rtcbanl Chomley. ka%hb. Tbooiu 
Hetoalir, esquire, Blehard Donbr, 
Biebard Erynrttm, William Lk, 
Jobn Baket. anil Jdin Bcntley. 
Lomlej, GooncD, Lord - - .> 

Lee. William • . -. -J 

I*t jmer, Sjchard, Lord, Goone, Lord 
Lomlejr, Uunifrey Conjnniby, Her- 
jeantat-lav, Jamei Hobard. Wil- 
liam Eure, kulgbt, Rjehatd Cham- 
ley, knight, ThoTOM Metcalf. eaqulre, 
alcbord DanbT. Riohard Eryniton', 
William Leh Jobn Baket, and Jobn 

Lomlu', OeoTge, Lord - - .\ 



Latymer, Richard, Lord. GeoTRp, Lord 

Loml«y, Humbvy CoiuiynKeaby. 

BerJeantHri-law, lamea llob»3. 

William Ooteller, Ouy Palmn, 

lUchud Chomb^, kniiiht, Thomu 

Helealt, eequire, BJchard Danby, 

Uohafd Br;i«ton', WUIbm Loo, 

John Bakst, and Joun Deutley. 

Lomley. Qeorgo, Lord - - -t 

Lee, William - - ■ ■} 

Latymer Richard, Lord,OeorBa.LDnl 

Lomley, Bobert Cbambre, clerk. 

Cbaneellor or DurhuD, Humfrey 

Conyngegby. Serjeanl-al'law, James 

UobiuS, William CuUetler. Guy 

Falmyi, Richard Chomley, kui^bt, 

Thomai UetcallT, OKiuiro, Rlchwd 

Dwiby, Richard ]<ryiigton\ William 

Lea, Jofaii Hoket. and Jghn Bentlev. 

Lomley, Oeorge, Lord - - I> 

LobWillam • ■ • -J . 



» appointed Juitioet tar the de- 



Bta Latjmer, Blchard, Lord - - i 1 

Am Boynton'. Henry • - - 1 

Are arpointed Juitioei of the IVaee On- 
in the oouuty ol Uurhua and dated. 
BHlbergb. 



Am lAtymer, lUohard, Lord • 



IB appointed Juatleee of Aniieand 
of Pleaa of the Crown in tbe coun- 
tiea of Durham and Sadbenfa. 



Set Latymer, Richard, Lord • 
Are appointed Juiticei for tlie d 
livery of the ifaoli ol Durham ai 



See Chomley. BJehird 
Are appolnieil Ji»tire!i for the d 
" orihsgaoliol Durham ai 



Am lAtymer, Biohard, Laid • 

ippDinled Juitioea of Aiaite and 



Saa Lttymer, Blehaid, Lord - 



DEFUTT KKEPEB OF THE PUBLIC BECUBDS. 67 

No. l.^Dnrbun Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop SeverB— conf. 



Lrankf. Bobori Chombra, elak, 

m ft . •»-™han, John Tm*- 

! Uw ffinc*! Juti- 
rngwbr.SolMnt- 
■i-vw, jaBsa DtnanL knicht, WU- 
Ikra Cotlnd, gmjMnM-hnr, VU- 

o->~M, 8e4eaDt«^law, Balpb 
-. Ji, kniiht. WUIiuD Hilton-. 
kdjfhl, KMurd C3konil«r. knight, 
BichHd SanbT, BlcOunl BiTTiRton', 
WilllBoi Lee, Jobii BakM, uid John 



UljTncr, Bichinl. Urd.O™ 
homltj. John Vavamur. ku 

rf IhD Kinir'ii JuhHcob, _- 

ConymtBiby. Serjwui t-sHiw^ Jiiii 



VuUhh Hliton*. knight. Kiclisrd 
Chiakr, knisht. Rirhurd DsnttTi 
Bletnird Bi7nictiin, WilliBm Lae. 
Jokn Bnket, uiS Jolm BeiitW. 
jombv. Gmrn, Lord - - -1 

>«. WminTn . . . .1 

ml, Lord. UTOreo. Viri 



:) 



Hmnfr^ ConjngirshT, 

SarloHit-Ct'Iaw, Jamn Stmunrrih, 
kDisbl. Biebard Chunlw. kalslit, 
JuBMBobud.knli^t.'WlUlMn Cut- 
lard, WIHuB Fk^Tfti, Hid Go; 
PihMa, B(iHe*n(»«l-lBw, Rlehinl 
SMbr, BIcIuud BrTDiMn. Willinm 

Lotnlpv. Ctrerpro. Lord - 
Lt*, WUUnm " ■ 

ll¥tlftitth,B*rtnm 
UsUonCBertnun 
Htddlewi, Bfcbetttor of 



KlUoTlb'. KrUbtd. ButnUD 
Hetcmlfl, Tbomaa. esquire 



Mctolf. Tbomu. eaqulre 
MetaUT,Edwud 



Mcrell', Batpb. Bui of WeMnxnelud Sen Cariye, VillUm, Bli 
Hwham and rtorhanuhlrc^ oount; ot See Cholmelqr. Riobard 



Am Hei«n, John 

Are appointed Jnitice of AhImAo. 



•Sm Latrmer, Blohard, Lord 
■ appointed Conatablo or thoCaitle 
of Durham lor lile, with tbe fbe of 
tTentjF mark) ^wrsiiiHiH. CHI the 
•nrreDdw of Richard Yon. 

An iqipoiiil«d JintloiM for the dn- 
Wvary ot tbo gaoli of Durham and 
Badhencb. 



Se4 Latymer, Blehxd, Lord • 
Ate appointed Juittcea of the Peace, 
Ac., in the counties of Durham 
and SadbcTEh. (Incomplele.) 



Be* La^tner, Bkhard, Laid - 



jlaj,B 

I'recept redniut 

WllUiun late Biabop of Cailiiie. — 
the Bbboprick of Durham, and 
directing the mtltution to hlir -' 
the tempoi^itlea thereof. 

See HoVl bland, WllUim, Prior > 
alto Cbomli?, Bkhard. 

See Latymar, Bichard, Laid - 

See LatTmer. Rlchanil. Lord - 
See Latrmer, Bichard. Lord • 
U appointed Biduator and Coro.... 

In the countiea of Blaodibln and 

Noriiamihire. 
See Latymer, Bichard, Lord ' 
Ua* grant of tbe office of one of tb« 

bamila of the liberty of " 

and UowedeRBbire. 



Lm, Blihop ot 



SMCholmeiar.B 
"noetit redtlna 

William late Bl 



_e Kahonrlcl 

dlrectiiiB QiB TeMttutlon to him of 
the temponlltlea (berant: 



68 



APPENDIX I. TO THK THIBT7-SIXTH BBPOBT OF TU£ 



No. 1. — ^Durham BecordB : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop 




10 
14 



16 



17 
19 

% 

4 



16 

18 
10 



20 
81 



8 
S 

4 



7 

8 


11 



18 



IS 



14 

15 
16 



Norfaam, Robert Turpsm'.doric, VicMr 



:| 



of 

Norfaamahlre 
Norhamahire, gaola of - 
NorthumberuAd, oonnty of 
Norbam, oounlgr of 
Ifortiamshire 



Norham, gaolB of - • 

Norham and Bhmd, the Sheriff of 



Norhamshire . . . . 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, Bobert Brygham 

ofp merchant. 
North Auokland, messuage, &o., in - 

Pekeryng. John - - - - 

Pomfret, John Flynt, Prior of the 

MonastcoT of. 
PaneU',Ohnstopher, Bachelor of Laws 



Postell*, Thomas, of Durham, htbourer 
Piklmea, Ouy - - - - 

The same - - - - - 

PoUerd, Robert, esquire, deceased, 
Dionisia, widow of. 



The same Robert and Dionisia 
Pokerley, manor of - - 
Percy, Goorge . - - 

PaJmes, Guy, 8eijeant-at-law • 



:} 



17 
18 
19 



Raket. John 

Baddyff, Edward, esquire 
The tame Bdward 
Baket, John 
Redmershail', church of 

Baket, John 
The same John - 
Badolyff, Edward, oaquire 

Ravensholme, Bertram Lomley, late 
of, esQuire, Isabella, daughter and 
heir of. 

Bi^tkJohn . . . . 



Rioberdson', Roger, lato of Durham, 

mercer. 
The same .... 



;} 



The 

Raket, John 

The same - > • 

Baddyff, Edward, esquire 

Baket, John 

Raddyft Edward, esquire - O 

Raket. John - - . ■ "^ 

Robson', William, wright, Thomas 

Dobyn, tailor, Richard Rosse, tailor, 

'^liiam Sperk, slater, John Bedyk, 

wright. Thomas Postell, labourer. 

all of Durham. 

Rosse, Richard, of Durham, tailor - 

Raket; John . - - - 

Raket, John . - . . 

The same - - - - - 

9?he same » ... 



See Holy Island. WUUam, Prior of • 



See Chomley, Bichaard 
^Sm PanaU' Chiistopher 
See Gray, Balph 
See Ohomley. Richard 



See Chomley, Richard 

Precept directiug him to attend the 
lately appointed Justloes of Assise 
with aU things necessaiy for the 
execution of their office. 

See Hitford. Bertram ... 

See Biygham, Christopher • 

Am Hedworth, John . . . 

See Lumley. George, Lord • 

5Sm Flynt, John . . . 

Is appointed the Bishop's Gommis- 
sarr General between the l^e 
and Tweede, and in the coun^ of 
Northumberland. 
/8m Robson', William 
See La^ymer. Richard. Lord 
See La^ymer, Biohard, Lord - 
To have the custody of the lands, 
ftc, of her late husband during 
the minority of Ralph, bis son and 
heir, together with nis marriage. 
See Hedworth, John ... 

iSM Harbottle^ John -^ '- 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord 



See Lumley, George, LoDd 
See Gholmeley, Richaid 
See Chdmelay. Richard 
See Chambr*, Robert • 
See Flynt, John 



See Latymer*, Richard, Lord 
See Lanrmer*, Richard, Lord 
See Ho& Isbmd. William, Prior of ; 

aleo unomley, Richard. 
See Boynton', Henry ... 



See Latymer, Richard, Lord 



Has general pardon - 

Precept to the Justices of Oyer and 
Terminer and Gaol Delivery, in- 
fbrming them of the said purdon, 
and that the said Roger had found 
security for his good behariour, 
and was to be proclaimed to be in 
the Bishop'speaoe. 
See Armorer, William 
See Latymer, Riohaid, Lord- 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord- 

See Chomley, Richard 



See Chomley, Richard 

Become bail for the good behariour 
of Thomas Wall', of Duriuon, 
draper. 

See Robson', William - 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 
i8(M Brv^iam', Christopher - 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 
^Sm Hedworth, John - 



1 

1 

1 
Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 

1 

1 



1 
8 

S 

Beign. 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 

1 



a 

1 
a 

8 



s 



a Ann. 

dated. 

Rdgn. 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 

1 

1 

1 



Un- 
dated. 
PontiL 
1 



1 
1 
1 

Un- 
dated. 
PontiL 
1 



a 

1 
a 

8 
8 



BEPUTT KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC BECORDS. 



69 



No. 1. — ^Durham Beoords : CaLendar of Bolls of Bishop Severs — cont. 




8 



8 
10 

12 



13 

16 
18 



ai 

21 



8 



1« 



20 
18 
21 



Year of 
Pontifl- 
o«te,Ae. 



Baket, John 



Badolyff, Bichar^ eoqnire, and Mar- 
gsret his wifo, oausbter and heir of 
williain Welberfbs^ esquire. 

Eedmayn', Thomas, eaqoire - 



Byton, Till of . . . . 

Sadbergh, Dnrham and, oountiea and 

gaols of. 
Sadbergh, Dnrham and, counties of - 

Sadbergh, Durham and, gaols of 
Sadbergh, Dnrham and, Bheriif of - 
Senoys, William - . - . 

Stranffwajs, James, knight - -) 
Sadbeigh, gaol of - - -> 

Sadbergh, counties of Durham and - 



Sadbergh, Durham and, nols of 
Strang^raors, James, knignt 
Sadbergh, Durham and, gaols of 

Strang^rfsse, James, knight - -) 
Sadbogh, Durham and, county of - / 

Bparke, George, of Durham, labourer*) 
SparkeiBichard, of Durhain, fletcher >- 
. William, of Durham, tailor •) 
SadBenhj counties of Durham and - 
Sperk, William, of Durham, slater - 
Sadbergh J^ham and. gaob of 
Symson', William, of Bbchester, yeo- 
man. 
Stathom, John, and Nicholas Hunter 



Sothorone^Bobert, clerk 
Sadbergh, jDurham and, saols of 
Strsngir^ssh, James, knight - -) 
Sadbergh, Durham and, counties of -i 



Stanehop',jMrk of - - - 
Sadberi^ Durham and, counties of - 
Smyth, William, one of the Bishop's 
secretaries. 



Tod, Thomas* Bachelor of Laws 

iv^ieithe- ... -"J 
TeeSb the • - • • • f 
Turpyn', Robert, clerk, Ticar of Nor-^ 

ham - - - - -f 

•^e, the - - - " " C 

Tees, the J 

Tyne,the "> 

Twede,the . . . .j 
Tempest, Bouland, son and heir of 

B(M)ert Tempest, late of Hotmeset, 

esquire. 
Tempest, Robert, late of Hohneset, 

esquire. 
Tyne, Newcastle on (poftim) - 
Tanflold, manor of . . . 

YaTasour, John, knight, one of the 

King's Justices. 
The 



£ke LMiymer, Richard, Iiord< 



Haye licence of en^ intotiie lands, 
Ac, of the said William, and par- 
don for any intrusions within the 
same. 

Is appomted the Bishop's Bsoheator 
in the counties of Durham and 
Sadbergh, and Surveyor of mines 
of ore or lead and iron within the 
Bishoprick. S&e aUo Wharton', 
Michael ' 

See Clanrauz, Robert - 

See Bowes, Ralph 

See Wharton', Michael ; also Conys- 

by. Humify. 
See Oonyngsby, Humfrey 
See Durham and Sadbergh, Sheriff of 
See Chambr', Robert - 

See Latymer, Richard* Lord - 

See Conyngesby, Humf^ ; a2to 
Wharton', Michael; aieo Bowes, 
Ralph. 

5Ss0 Bowes, RiUph . . . 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 

See Bowes, Ralph ; a2fo Durham, 
the Sheriff of. 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 



See Armorer, William 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord • 
See Robson', William 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 
See Berkhous, Christofer 

Are appointed Fsrkers and Keepers 
of tne park of Britley* nigh Auok- 
land« for life. 
iS!M BarbottlObJohn - . • 
See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 



See Cleryauz, Richard 

See Redmayn', Thomas 

Is appointed clerk of the Bishop's 
Hallmotes and temporal Courts 
within the liberty of Houeden and 
Houedenshire, in the county of 
York, andhasgrantoftheofficeof 
Keeper of the same Courtsfor life. 

Is appointed QommissuT-Geneml 
between the Tyne and l^es. 

AIm Tod, Thomas 



See Holy Island, William, Prior of 



iSEss Plsnell', Christopher 

Has pardon fbr entry into the hmds, 
Ac, of his late father without 
proof of age. 

See Tempest, Ronland 

See Newca8tleK>n*Tyne. 
Am Harbottle, John - 

See Latymer, Richard, Lord - 

iSlM Latymer, Richard, Lord - 



2ft un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
8 



8 



8 

Reign. 

17Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

17Hen.7. 
17 Hen.7. 
17 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 
1 

1 



1 
1 
1 

Un- 
dated. 

Pontil 
1 

1 
8 

1 
2 



8 

2 

Un- 
dated. 

Pontif. 
3 
S 
8 



1 
1 



1 
2 



8 
2 

9 



70 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTT-SIXTH BEPORT OF THE 
No. 1.— Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Severs— -con/. 



bnma. 



Name. 



Suljject. 



Tear of 
Pontlfl" 



1 

31 



7 
13 



IS 
IS 



21 
S3 



24 

4 
6 



17 

20 
22 

28 

24 



Wwtmoraland. Ralph Novell*, Earl of 
Wharton', Michael, etquire 



Wjat. Richard, clerk 



Wormoath, ohun^ of - 
WroQ, Geoffrey, clerk - 



Wharton', Michael 

Weet Auckland, Kaiberine Hebbom', 
late of. 

Whitfeld, Oil(% Ute of Crerk, yeoman 
WylBon', Robert, of Ihirham, hat 

maker. 
Wall'. Thomaa, of Durham, dxmper • 
The tame- . • . . 
Thenme 



Welehall. lordship and manor or man- 
■ionof. 

WelborftMsc, William, eaquire^ de- 
ceased, the landii, Ac. of. 

Werdall% foreet of . . . 

Wharton', Michael 



Wedryncton', Henry, knight, son and 
heir of Ralph Wodryn^nS knight. 
Wedryngton , Ralph, knight - 
Wardale, forest of • • - 

Whikham,viUof 

York, the Archbishop of • • 

York, Bscheator of . . • 



Yonghnsband, Bertram 

Yon, Richard . - • . 

The wme - - - . - 

York, Howeden In the county of, park 

of. 
The same, and Howodenshire, liberty 

of. 
The 



Hte Carlisle, William, Bishop of - 

Lett. Hat appointing him the King's 
Bscheator in the county of Dur- 
ham and Sadbergh while the 
Bishoprick is in the King's hands. 

Precept to the Archbishop of York, 
directing the admission of the 
said Richard to the chureh of 
Wermouth« to which he had been 
presented. 

;Ste Wyat, Richard - 

Precept to the Archbishop of York, 
directing the admission of the 
said Oeoflrey to the church of 
Bowdon'. 

Is appointed Bscheator in the county 

of Durham and Sadbergh. 
iSi^Hebbum', Katherine 



Has general pardon • . . 

See Armorer, William 

Has general pardon • - • 

See Robeon', William 

Precept to the Justices, notifying 
the pardon granted to him, and 
directing that he should be in 
no way molested on account of 
offences committed by him. 

j8s0 Aske, George 

See Radclyff, Richard 

See Dyconson', Ralph . • - 

Supereedeae of his appointment as 
Bscheator and Sunrcyor of mines, 
and Precept directing him to de- 
liver up records, &c., in his charge 
relating thereto to Thomas Rod- 
mayn', esquire, appointed in his 
place. 

Has licence of entiy into the lands, 
Ac., of his late father. 

See Wedryngton', Henry 

iS(M Aske, Gcone . . . 

See Clarraux, fiobert ... 

See Wjat. Richard i aUo Flynt, 
John ; aieo Wren. Geoffrey. 

Precept reciting the translation of 
William, late Sishc^ of CarUsIe. to 
the Bishoprick of Durham, and 
directing the restitution to him of 
the temporalities thereof. 

Ass Biygham, Christopher • 

Is apjDomted Constable of the castle 

of Durham. 
A» lee, William 
See Flomyng, Heniy • - 

iSssMetcalff, Edward; aleo Smyth, 

William. 
5!s0 Kydd, John . . . 



Reign. 

17 Hen. 7. 

17Heu.7. 



17nen.7. 



17 Hen.7. 
17Hcn.7. 



Pontif. 
1 

Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
1 
1 

2 
2 
2 



3 
3 



3 

3 

3 

3 

Roign. 

17 Hen.7. 

18 Hen.7. 



PontiL 
2 
2 

3 
3 

8 

8 



Prepared and examined bj 

(Signed) Joseph Burtt. 



DEPUTY K£EP£R OF THK PUBLIC RECOBDS. 



71 



37. (60.) Roll No. 2 of William Severs, Bishop of Dubeluc. 




1 

2 



4 

6 



2cl' 



1 

i 
3 

Id' 
2d' 

1 
2d' 



4 
5 



Id' 



2 
3 



AssHley or Astley, William, eiqniro - 
Astoley, Thomae, son and heir of Wil> 
liam, esquire, 

Bertnn, Conan, esquire - • . 

Bamford, Bobert, and Elizabeth his 
wife, one of the daughters and co- 
heiroeses of Thomas Haddam. 



Barton, Conan, kinsman and heir of 
Conan Barton, senior. 



Beutroby, Thomas Lomley, esquire, of 
Beeli, . 4 . ., of Bttkton 

Bokton, .... Beell of - - 

Berkley, Eleanor, wife of Thomas 
Bland, Stephen, of Darlington 
Buhner, William, knight 



Claxton, William, of Holome, esciuire - 
Crosyer, Elizabeth, widow of Nicholas 
Crosyer, Nicholas, kinsman and heir 

of Elizabeth. 
Chester-le-Street, lands, ftc., in 
** Ck>lmanland " near Stanhope 

Colflon, Ralph, junior, draper, son of 
Walter. 

C Robert, son and heir oV) 

V. cnant, of - - -J 

Darlington, lands, Ac., in the villand^ 
territory of - - " ' I 

Darlington, William Robson, walker I 
of f 

Darlington, Stephen Bland, yeoman, 
of .... -J 

Elmedene, William, knight - 
Eure, William, knight - • • 

Esshe, John, late of Scimyngham, 

esquire. 
Esshe, William, kinsman and heir of 

J(^n, esquire. 
Elmedene, William, esquire, son and 

heir of William, knight. 



Franche, Richard, of Chester 



Fethirstanhalgh, Thomas, of ShittU- 
hopbum^ in Werdale. 



Gateshf^ad, lands, Stc^ in tiie vUl and^ 

territory of 
Gateshead. Maryearet, 

heirs of Thomas M ody. 



I., in the vUl and^ 

t, one of the oo- i 
iody, hite of 'J 



Haddam, Thomas, esquire 
Holome, William Claxton, esquire^ of - 
Hayton, John - - - - 

Haddam, Elizabeth, daughter of 

Thomas. 
Hayton, John, son of John 

Haddam, Thomas, esquire 



85256. 



Writ of diem clausU extrentum 
To have seisin of the hinds, Ac, 
lately held by his father. 

VfiitotdiemdauHtextrenmm 
To have seisin of the manor of 
Seham in accordance with the 
terms of a settlement recited in 
an Inquisition held irfter the 
death oi the said Thomas. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held by the said Conan 
Barton, senior. ^ 

See Lomley, Thomas - . - 

Mcmdamue to hold Inquisition jmw^ 

fHortem, 
iS^tfBeell .... 

See Inrleby, Eleanor ... 
See Robson, William • 
/80« Sawer, Roland ... 



Year of J 

Pontifi- 

oate,Ac. 



SedeT»> 

cante. 

17Hen.7 

17Hen.7. 



17Hen.7. 

17Hen.7. 



17HeD.7. 



Writ of diem elaneit extremum 
Writ of diem claueit extremum 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held bv the said Elizabeth. 
See Newton, Christopher 
See Fethirstanhalgh, Thomas 

iSlM Steyll, Thomas • 



See Wrights Robert 



See Robson, William 



Writ of diem ektrntU extremum 
Writ of diem claueit extremum 
Writ of diem claueit extremum 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held by the said John. 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held by his father. 



Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Christopher Newton all his 
interest in lands, fto., in the vill 
and territory of Rvtou. 

Memorandum that ne siurendered 
to Thomas Menhall, of Satl6y, all 
his interest in the holdmg <»lled 
** Colmanland " near Stanhope. 



/8<rs Wright, Robert 



Writ of diem claueit extremum 
See Claxton, William - 
Writ of diem claueit extremum 
See Bamford, Robert . - - 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held by his father. 

An incomplete entry, in which is 
recited a portion of the Inqui- 
sition held after his death. 

F 



Pontif. 
1 
S 

8 
8 

8 
8 

Bedeva> 
cante. 
17Hen.7. 
17Hen.7. 
17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

Fbntif. 

8 

Sedeva- 

cante. 

17 Hen.7. 



Pontit 

a 



8 

8 

8 

8 
8 



Sede^ 
cante. 
17 Hen.7. 



17 Hen.7. 



17 Hen.7. 



17 H6n.7. 
17 Hen.7. 
17 Hen.7. 
17 Hen.7. 

17HeiL7. 

17 Hen.7. 



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No. 1. — ^Durliam Becords : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Severs — cani. 




4 
6 



1 

4 

Id* 
Sd' 

1 

4 



Id* 

1 
8 

Id* 



Sd* 



1 
Id* 



2d* 



2 

8 



Ha^senton, Thomas, esquire - 
Hanerston, Thoxnes* son and heir of 

Thomas, esquire. 
Holmsettt Robert Tempest, esquire, of 



Heniyson, John, of Woteyngham, yeo- 
man. 



Henryaon, Thomas - • . 

Ingleby, Eleanor, widow of John, 
esqmre, and wife of Thomas Berkley, 
esquire. 



Ketton. Majrgaret, widow of Thomas 
Strangwyse, of. 

Lomley, Thomas, of Bentroby, esqnire 

Lamhton, Thomas . . - 

Lynesak, lands in ' ' 'X 
Lynesak, Boland Sawer, yeoman of -i 



Hody. llargaret, one of the co-heiresses 
of Thomas, of Gateshead. 

Hiddylham, Thomas, kinsman and 
heir of Thomas. 



The same 



Mayne, William . - - - 

Morton. Robert .... 
Morton, John, son and heir of Robert 



Mershall, Thomas, of Satley - 

Nevyll, Arthur, esquire - . . 

Nevyll^ Ralph, son and heir of Arthur, 

esquire. 
Newton, Christopher . . . 



Newton, Christopher - 
Norton, lands in - 
Norton, John Sowie, of - 
Norton, John Preston, of 

Preston, John, of Norton 



• 



Richerdson. Roger, of Durham 
Byton, lands, Ac., in the yiU and ter- 
ritory of. 

Robeon, William, of BarUngton, walker 



" Bhipoote Stynkandbume *' - 
•Btrangwyse, Margaret, widow of 

Thomas, of Ketton. 
Seham, manor of - - . 

Strangwys^ Thomas, son and heir of 

Margaret. 

Bcimyngham, John Esshe, esquire, of 



Writ of diem clautU extremum 
To haTe seisin of the lands, Ac, 

lately held by his father. 
See Tempest, Robert . • - 



Memorandum that he surrendered 
to his son, Thomas Henryson, all 
his interest in lands, Ac, in the 
yill and territonr of wolsyngham. 

See Henryson, John ... 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands lately held by the 
said John. 



iSSMStrangwyae, Margaret - 

Writ of d4em elaueit extremum 

See Newton, Christopher 
See Sawer, Roland 

iSto Wright, Robert - 



Writ de etate probanda, upon his 
prayer to have the lands of his 
mheritanoe delivered to him out 
of the custody of William Mayne. 
To have seisin of tiie lands, Ac, 
lately held by the said Thomas, 
senior. 
See Midd:flham, Thomas 
Writ of diem clMteit extremum 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held by his father. 



iS(M Fethirstanhalgh, Thomas 

Writ of diem elaueU e xtr e mu m 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held by lus father. 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Thomas Lambton, esquire, sil 
his interest in land, Ac, in the 
vill and territory of Chester-le- 
Street 

See Franche, Richard 

iSss Bowie, John . . . 



See Bowie, John 



<8^ Wright. Robert 
See Franche, Richard 



Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Stephen Bland, of Darlington, 
yeoman, all his interest in lands, 
Ac, in the vill and territory of 
Darlington. 



/«w Wright, Robert - 

Writ of diem clausU extremum 



<8m Bamford. Thomas 
To have seisin of the lands, 
lately held by his mother. 

See Esshe, John 



Ac. 



1 
1 

2 

ftedevB- 

canta. 

17Hen.7. 



17H6n.7 

PontiL 

8 



Sedeva- 

oantc 

17Hen.7. 

Pontif. 

1 

8edeT»- 

cante. 

l7Hen.7. 

Pontif. 
8 

Bedeva- 

oantc 

17 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 
1 



1 
2 
1 

Sedeva- 

cantc 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 
17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 



17 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 

2 



2 

Sedeva> 

cantc 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 
2 



Sedeva- 

cantc 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

17 Hen.7. 

18 Hen.7. 

9 

Pontif. 
2 



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No. 1. — ^Durham Eecords : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Severs— con/. 



Mom* 
bnine. 



Name. 



Sul^eot. 



Tear of 
Pontifi* 
cate,ftc. 



Id' 



ad* 



6 



4 
8d' 



Stanhope, holding called "Colman 
hind/'nefU' - - - ■ 

Shittilhopborne, Thomas, Fethir 
■tanhalgh, of . . - 

Satley, Thomas Marahall of - 



Steyll, Thomas, of WolsynRham, yeo- 

JOBXL 



Sowle* John, of Norton • . • 

Sawcr, Bdand, late of Lynesak, 
yeoman. 



Tempest, Robert, of Holmsett, esquire 
Trollop, John, of Thonelawe, eaquire - 
Thonelawe, John Trollop, esquire, of - 
Trollop J^^Ik ^^ ^^^ '^^ ^' John, 

esquire, of Thomelawe. 
Thomelawe, John, son of John Trollop, 

esquire^of. 



Wright, Robert, son and heir of John, 
late of Durham, and of Margaret 
wife of the said John, one of the co- 
heiresses of Thomas Mody, late of 
Gateshead. 



Whithillt land, ftc^ called 
WederyngtoD, Ralph, knight - 

Wolnngham, lands, ftc, in the Till 
and territory of - - - 

Wolayngham, John Henryson, yeo- 
man, of - - - - 

Wolqrngham, cottage and land in -*) 

Wohyngham, Thomas Stey 11, yeoman, ^ 
of - - - - 

Wol^yngham. Ralph Colson of 



I 






See Fethirstanhalgh, Thomas 



Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Ralph Colson, of Wolsynghani, 
Junior, draper, son of Walter Col- 
son, all his interest in a cottage 
and land in Wolsyngham. 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to John Preston, of Norton, all 
his interest in lands in Norton. 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to William Rulmer, knight, all 
his interest in lands, &&, in Lyne- 
sak. 

Writ of diem elaueit extremum 
Writ of diem elauait extremum 
iS^ Trollop, John . . . 

To have seisin of the land^ ^, 

lately held by his father. 
iSM Trollop, John - - - 



Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Roger Richardson, of Durham, 
meroer, all his interest in lands, 
&c., called "Shipoote Slynkand- 
bume," and "mithill," in the 
▼ills and territory of Gateshead. 

iSlM Wright^ Robert • 

Writ of diem t^aueit extremum 



/S(M Henryson. John • 



See Steyll, Thomas 



Sedera- 

cante. 

17 Hen.7. 



Fontif. 
2 



2 
8 



2 
2 

a 
s 

3 



Sedeva- 

cante.*] 

17 Hen.7. 



17 Hen.7. 

Pontif. 

1 

Sedevsr 

oante. 

17 Hen.7. 



Pontif. 
2 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



38. (66.) Boll of the Bishopric of Dxteiham, " Sede Vacante," 

20-23 Henry VH. 



1 

Id' 



2d' 



Asteley, Margaret, widow of^— - 
Apenden^Wimam. of Chester, andlsa- 

bdla his wife, daughter of William 

^rrd, late of Chester. 



elands, &C., in -) 

Anckland.West-J John Lax, yeoman, > 

I of - - --' 

Atkynson, John, of Whitbeme, senior, 
husbandman. 



Atkynson, John, the son 
Barbeoon, Elena, wife of Thomas 



Writ of diem clausit extremum 
Memorandum that they surrendered 
to William Herper, of Chester, all 
their interest in a cottage in Ches- 
ter, formerly belonging to the said 
WilliunByTd. The said laabeUa, 
' enmiined apart, made affidavit 
that she executed the surrender 
of her own free wilL 

jSm Lax, John . - - - 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to John Hall, of London, dyer, 
and John Atkynson, his own son, 
all his interest in lands, &c, in 
Whitbeme. 

/Sbtf Atkynson, John - - . 



Reign. 
22 Hen.7 
20 Hen.7. 



See Scaff*, Elena 



21 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 



22 Hen.7. 



- 22 Hen.7. 



F 2 



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No. 1. — Durham Becords : Calendar of Rolls — cont. 




2 



Id' 
2d' 

2 
Id' 



2d* 



1 
Id' 



2d' 



1 
2d' 



2 
2d' 



2d' 



:} 



"Brakes" dole, caUed 
Bolton, Henry, Lord le Scrop, of 
Boys', Elizabeth, widow of James, 

eaqvdte, 
Bothe, Richard, andPhilippahis wife, 

'William Constable and Jane his 

wife, and Ralph Radclyff, son of 

Isabella BadclyfT. 



of 
Pontifi- 
cate^Ao. 



Byrd« Isabella, daughter of WUliam of 

Chester. 
Blazton. William, of Blaxton, esquire, 
Bume, Great, manor of - - 



Constable, William, and Jane his wife 
Conyers, Elizabeth, widow of Richard 
Chester. Isabella, daughter of WU 

Ham Byrd, late of - 
Chester, cottage in - - 

Chester, William Harper, of • 
Chester, cottage, in • • 

{William, son of Thomas 
Middeltou, of 
William Hunter of- 
Chester, land in ... 
Chester, Robert, son and heir ci John, 
of - - - . - 

Cwaon, Thomas, of Darlington, yeo- 
man, and William his son. kinsmen 
and heirs of William Easby, of Dar- 
lington. 



1 

1 
} 



Dedynsale, Elizabeth, widow of The 

mas Surtesse, esqiiire, of. 
Durham, Thomas, Frior of 
Dilicar, John, and Mai^ret his wife • 



Durham, Thomas, Prior of 
Darlington, lands. &c., in the Bonde-*^ 
gate and territory of - 

{Thomas Casson of 
William Easby of 
John Thomson of 
Durham, Ralph Germane of - 



Elemeden. William, esquire < 
Easby, William, of Darlington 
Easby, Thomas - 



:} 



Ferrour, John, late of Pawles, in the 

parish of Wolsyngham, yeoman. 
Fawles John Ferrour, veoraan, late of 
Fulthorp, Thomas, and daughters 
Fethyrstanehalgh, Richard - 



I 



Germane, Ralph, of Durham 
Graungefeld, land in - 

Herbotyll, Ralph, knight 



S&e Borop, Heniy, Lord le - 
To have assignment of dower 

To haTe seisin of the shares of the 
manor and yill of Thorpethewlesse, 
to which the said Philippa, Jane, 
and Isabella^ were entitled as 
daughters and coheiresses of Tho- 
mas Fulthorp. It appears by In- 
quisition recited that a settlement 
of the said manor and vill had 
been made for the life of Eliza^ 
both, widow of Robert Pilkyngton. 
and previously widow of Riehara 
Conyers, esquire^ but without due 
licence. 

iSS90 Apeden, William - 

>SSg0 Soull,/John . . . 

See Fethyrstanehalgh, Richard 

/8m Bothe, Richard . . . 
^M Both, Ralph 

See Apedon, William ... 



See Middclton, William 



iS'M Norman* Robert . . . 

Memorandum that they surrendered 
to John Thoms5n, of Darlington, 
yeoman^ their interest in lands, 
&c, in Bondegate. in Darlington, 
the territory of Dsjrlington, and 
Graungefeld, lately held by Tho- 
mas Easby. 

See Surtesse, Elizabeth 

See Hogeson, Thomas 

Memorandum that they surrendered 
to Thomas, Prior of the Cathedral 
Church of Durham, all their in- 
terest in their holding in the vill 
and territory of Lynesake. The 
said Margaret, examined apart, 
made affldaTit that she executed 
the surrender of her own free wilL 

^Sm Dilicar, John . . . 



iS(00 Casson, Thomas . . . 

iS(00 Norman, Robert . . . 

Writ of diMi elaueit extremum 
iS^M Casson, Thomas - . . 

Writ of diem daueit extremum 

iSiM Ferrour, John . . . 

See Bothe, Richard - . . 

Grant to Robert Laybum and Elea- 
nor his wife, the manor of Great 
Bume for the term of the life of 
the said Richard, at a rent of 10^. 
per annum, (Deed enrolled.) 

See Norman, Robert ... 
^60 Casson, Thomas . . . 

Mandamus to hold Inquiaition ixw^ 
mortem. 



Reign. 
98Hen.7. 

22Hen.7. 
88Hen.7: 



2SHen.7. 

21 Hen.?. 
2lHen.7. 



20Hen.7 

2lH6n.7. 

Un- 
dated. 
2SHen.7. 
29Hen.7. 

dOHen.7. 



2lHen.7. 



22Hen.7. 
2SHen.7. 



2lHea.7. 
2S Hen.7. 

82Hen.7. 

20 Hen.7. 
2S Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 

23 Hen.7. 
Un- 
dated. 



22 Hen.7 
28 Hen.7. 

20 Hen.7. 



BKPXTTT KKKPKK OF THE PUBLIC BBCOBDS. 



76 



No. 1. — ^Darham Records : Calendar of Rolls — cont^ 




and 2 
d' 



Sd' 
Id* 

1 

Id* 



Horden, Elitabeth. widow of Eobert 

Fylkjmrton, esquire of. 
Herper, William, of Chester • 
Hogeeon, Thomas - • . - 



Hunter. William, of Chester 

flall,Bobert 

Hall, John, of London, dyer • 

Karlile, Roger, son of Thomas 



:} 



^^S' 



or. near Lanchester, manor and 



8d' 



Id* 



I^rnesake, lands, Ac, in the Till and 

territory of. 
Lax, John, of West Auokland, yeoman 



td* 



Id* 



td' 



Lalnmby, John . . - - 

Lajbum, Robert, and Eleanor his 

wife. 
London, John Hall, dyer, of - 

Middelton, William, son of John, the 
brother and heir of Thomas Middel- 
ton, of Chester. 



Madyson. Lionel 
Uorele, William 



Morley, George - 
Mawer, William - 



Norton, land, ftc^ in 
Norton, Robert Robaon of 

r John, eon and heir of John 
NOTton< Souleof 

CRobert Robson of 
Norton* messuage in 
Norton, John, son and heir of John 

BouU of 
Norman, Robert, son and heir of John 

Chester. 



lands 



Id* 
Sd' 

8 
Id* 

td* 



Fylkynffton, Elizabeth, widow of Ro- 
Dcrt, late of Horden, Esquire 



The same - - . - 
Perkynson, Richard, of Whessowo 
Perkynson, Richard 



Radclyff, Ralph, son of Isabella 
Robaon, Robert, of Norton 

Ryton, messuage, fto.. in - -') 
i>»f/.« i William Sander of - - > 
Ry*on I Richard Wryght of - 

Scrop', Alianora, wife of Richard 
Bcaff *, Elena, Ute wife of Thomas 
Baibeson, deceased. 



iSiM Pylkyngton. Elisabeth - 

iS^ Apeden, William ... 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Thomas^Prior of the Cathedral 
Church of jDurham, all his interest 
in land, Ac, in the land and terri- 
tonr of Lynesake, lately belonging 
to Thomas Wright 

iSM Middelton, William 

iSSM Atkynson, John ... 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Lionel Mad;jrson, of Stanhope^ 
all his interes in land, Ac, in the 
Till and territoiy of Stanhope. 

iSlM'Scrop, Henry, Lord le • - 

See Hogcson, Thomas ; also Dilicar, 
John. 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Richard Perkynson of Whes- 
Bowe, all his interest in lands, Ac, 
in the rill and territory of West 
Auckland. [Repeated. Second 
entry vaeat,'] 

See Soull, John ... 

See Fethyrstanehalgh, Richard 

iS^0 Atkynson, John ... 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to William Hunter, of Chester, all 
his interest in the moiety of a oot* 
tage in Chester, formerly in the 
tenure of Robert Hall. 

5^« Karlile, Roger . . . 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Richard Perkynson and Geoise 
Morley all his interest in a tene- 
ment at one time in the tenure of 
WiiUam Watt, 4nd a tenement at 
one time in the tenure of William 
Mawer. 

iSiM Morele, William • - - 

See Staynton, Robert . . - 

i8S00 Soule, John . . . 

iS^tf Sonll, John . . . 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Ralph Germane of Durham, all 
his interest in land in the vill and 
territory of Chester. 

Writs of diem clau*U extremwm; 
one directed to the Escheator of 
Durham, and another to the 
Escheator of Durham and Sad- 
bergo. 

i9M Bothe, Ralph . . . 

/Sfetf liax, John . . - . 

See Morele, William 

See Bothe. Richard 
See Staynton Robert; aho Soule, 
John. 



Reign. 
28 Hen.7. 

20Hen.7. 
81 Hen.7. 



81 Hen.7. 

82 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 



22 Hen.7. 
81 Hen.7. 
81 Hen.7. 



21 Hen.7. 
Un- 
dated. 

22 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7 



21 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 



See Sander William 



See Wyndham, Alianora 
Writ of diMi claueit eaetremum 



22 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 
21 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 



2S Hen.7. 
21 Hen.7. 
28 Hen.7. 

28H6n.7 
8lH6n.7 



88HeiL7 



21 Hen.7. 
- 82 Hen.7. 



76 



APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTT-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 



No. 1. — ^Darham Records : Calendar of Bolls-^oonl. 



Hem- 
bnuie. 



Namew 



Snljjeot. 



of 
cate,ftc. 



Id' 



Sd' 



2 
2d' 



Id* 

2d' 



Bcrop, Heniy, Lord ]e» of Bolton 



Scrap, AlianoiBk widow of Ridurd • 
Surteaae. Elicabeth, widow, of Thomu. 

IftteofDedynaalOtesqidre - 
Staynton, Robert, son and heir of 

John. 



Stanhope, land, fta. in - . -*) 
Stanhope. Lionel Madyion, of • -J 
Soule. John, wnand heir of John« of 
Norton. 



Soull, Johut ton and heir of John of 

Norton. 



Sander, William, of Byton, senior, aon 
and heir of John Slider. 



ThOHMthewleaae, manor and vill of - 
Thomaon, John, of Darlington - 

Wvndham, Alianora, widow of John, 
formerly wife of Richard Scrop, 
eequiie, deceased. 
The same . . • • - 

Wright, Thomaa 

Wheaaowe, Biohard Perkynaon of 
Wryght, Biohard, of Byton 
Wait,WUliam - - - - 

Whitbeme, lands, Ac., in - •) 

Whitberue, John Atkynson, husband- >- 
. man, of. J 



To haTe aelsin of the manor and TfU 
of Langley, near Lanohester, and 
of a dose called '* Brakes," in ao- 
oordance with the terma of a aet- 
tlement as found by the Inquisi- 
tion held after the death ci Alia- 
noHL widow of John Wyndham, 
knignt. formerly wife of Bichard 
Scrop, eaguire, dooeased. 
See Scrop, Ueniy, Lord le - 
To have assignment of doww 

Memorandum that he aurrendered 
to Bobert Bobaon of Norton, all 
his interest in land, &c, in Nor- 
ton. 

iSEss Karlile, Boger . . . 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Bobert Bobaon of Norton, all 
his interest in land in the Till and 
territoiy of Norton. 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to William Blazton of Blaxton, 
esquire, all his interest in a mes- 
suage in Norton, formerly belong- 
ing to John Lakynby. 

Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Bichard Wryght of Byton, all 
his interest in a messuage, ftc, in 
Byton. 

iSMBotheiBalph 

iSos Casson, Thomas . . . 

Writ of diem dausii extremum 



See Scrop, Heniy, Lord le 
See Hogeson, Thomas - 
See Lax, John - 
i8^« Sander. William - 
See Morele, William • 

See Atkynson, John - 



Reign. 
ttHea.7. 



22Hen.7. 
22Hen.7. 

2lHen.7. 



8lHen.7. 
21H6n.7. 



2lH6n.7. 



22Hen.7. 



2SHen.7. 
22Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 



22Hen.7. 
21 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 
22 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



39. (67.) Roll of the Bishopbic op Dubham, " Sede Vacante,*' 

20-23 Heniy Vn. 



1 



Auckland, park of 

Bulmer, William, csquiro 
Bulmer, William, knight 

Bowes, Balph, knight - 
Bulmer, William, esquire 
Bentley, John 
Bowes, Balph, knight - 
Bulmer, Wuliam, esquire 
Bulmer. William, eaquiro 
Bentley, John - 
Byrtley, park of - 
Bulmer, William, knight 



3 

:} 
:} 



Beign. 

/S!00 Downes, Bichard • • • 21 Hen. 7. 

^^ Durham. Thomas, Prior of - 20 Hen.7. 

Is appointed Sheriff of Durham and 20 Hen.7. 
SadbeiiKe. 

iSM Lomley, George, Lord - - 20 Hen.7. 

<Sff« Lomley, George, Lord - - 20 Hen.7. 

See Lomley, Geoiige, Lord - - 20 Hen.7. 

4$«0 Stathom. John - - - '21 Hen.7. 

Has grant of the wardship and 21 Hen.7. 
marriage of Elizabeth, daughter 
and heiress of William Ehnedene. 
esquire, and, in the event of her 
death during minority, of succes- 
sive heirs until one shall attain 
full age. 



DEPUTY EEEPEB OF THB PUBLIC BECOBDS. 



77 



No! 1. — ^Durham Record^*: Calendar of Bolls — cant. 




2 



2 



3 
5 



2 
3 



S 

5 



1 
2 

4 



Chambre, Bobert, clerk 
Conyngeflby, Huxnphreiy, Sergeant-') 

at-lAw - - - • -f 

CttUerd, William, 8ergeant-at-law O 
Chambi^ Bobert, Chanoellor of Dur-^ 

ham ..... 
Conyngesby, Humphrey, Sergeant- >■ 

at-law . - - - . 

CutlercLWilliam. Sergeant-at-law v 
Carre, tfcalph, klntmmn and hdr of 

George. 
Conyers, Elizabeth, widow of Richard 

Durham, Thomas, Prior of the church 
or monastery of Saint Cuthbert in 
the Bishopric of, and William Bnl- 
mer, esquire. 



Durham, Bishopric of - 
Durham, Chancellor of - 
Durham and Sadberge, Sheriff of 
Durham and Sadoerge, Attorney- 
General of. 
Durham and Sadberge, Escheator of - 
Danby. Biehard - . . ."^ 

Durham and Sadberge^ Justices of ^ 
Gaol Delivery in - • •) 

Durham, Thomas. Prior of 
Durham and SadbeTge, JusUoes 

the Peace in ... 
Durham, Bobert Chambre, Chanod 

lor of - 
Danby, Biehard ... 
Durham and Sadbeige, Justices^ 
Itinerant and Justioes of Assise in 
Durham, Bobert, Chambre, Chancel- 
lor of - - - - - 
Danby, Biehard - - - - 
Downes, Biehard, Keeper of the park 

of Auckland. 
Dudley, Edmund . . . 



i 



Eiyngton, Biehard ... 

Eryngton, Biehard . . . 

Bmereson, Geoffrey, Guy Fethyrstone- 

halgh, Heni7 Emereson, and Bobert 

Bmereson, Foresters of the High 

Forest of Werdale. 
Emereson, Bobert 
Emereson. Henry 
Emereson, Bobert 
Emryson, Alexander 
Emryaon, Henry. Foresters 

park of Stanhope 
Eunedene, Elizabeth, daughter and 

heiress of William. 
Emerson, George, son and heir of 

Geoffrey. 



} 



of theC 



" Estyateshele " in Stanhope Park - 
Emson, Biehard, knight 

Frankland. park of . . . 

FethyrstoneoalKh, Guy - - - 

Folanoeby, manor of, and lands, fto., 

in. 
Fulthorp. Thomas • - 

Greveson, William, clerk 

Hilton, WUliam, knight 
Hilton. William, knight 
Hylton. William, esquire, son and heir 
of William Hylton, knight. 

Huse. John, knight 
Hilton, Bobert - 



Is appointed Chancellor of Durham 
See Lomley, George, Lord - 

See Loml«y, George, Lord {hie) 

iS'M Widyfl, Balph • 

See Herdgill, Boland - - - 

Grant .to them of the authority and 

Cer of the Bishopric of Dur- 
i during the Taoancy of the 
see, and of the authority to ap- 
point justioes and other ofBoers 
at their discretion. 
See Durham, Thomas, Prior of 
See Chambre, Bobert . - - 

See Bulmer, William ... 
See Eryngton, Biehard 

See Beidman, Thomas 

See Lomley, George, Lord - 



See Lomley, George, Lord 



Beign. 
20Hen.7. 

20HeD.7. 



aOHen.?. 

2lHen.7. 
a8Hen.7. 

20Hen.7. 



20Hen.7. 
20Hen.7. 
20 Hen.7. 
20Hen.7. 

20H6n.7. 

20 Hen.7. 



20 Hen.7. 



See Lomley. George, Lord • 



Writ forbidding him to take game 

or cut timber without warrant. 
See Lovell/Thomas - 



Is appointed Attorney-General in 

Durham and Sadberge. 
See Lomley, George, Lord - 
Writ forbidding them to take game 

or cut timber without warrant. 



See Emereson, Geoffrey 

Writ forbidding them to take game 
or cut timber without warrant. 

See Bulmer, William . . - 



Has grant of a lease for twenty-one 
years of a messuage called Es^- 



20 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 
. 128 Hen.7. 

20 Hen.7. 



20Heu.7. 
21 Hen.7. 



ateshele, and of land withir. 

park of Stanhope. 
See Emerson, George • 
See LoYcll, Thomas • 

See Baket, John 

See Emereson. Geoffrey 

See Lovell, Thomas • 

See Herdgill, Boland • 

See Herdgill, Boland - 



e 



:} 



See Lomley, Gconre, Lord - 
See Lomley, Georve, Lord - 
To have seisin (without proof of 

age, &c..) of the lands, Ao., lately 

held by his father. 

See Lovell, Thomas 



21 Hen.7. 
21 Heu.7. 

21 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 



22 Hen.7. 
28 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 
21 Hen.7. 
28 Hen.7. 

28 Hen.7. 

28 Hen.7. 

20 Hen.7. 

20 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 



2 Hen.7* 



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No. 1. — ^Durham Records' : Calendar of Rolls — coni. 



Mem- 



Name. 



Subject. 



Yen of 
Pontill- 

cate,Ao. 



S 



1 
2 
3 



5 
8 

4 



HeTdgill, Roland, John Watson, 
George Herdgill, and William 
Grevesonp clerks. 



Herdgill, George, clerk ... 

Lomley, George, Ix>rd, knkht Wil- 
liam Hilton, knight, Ralph Bowee, 
knight, Humphrey Gonyngesby, 
8ergeant-at-law, William Cutlerd, 
SergeantHiit-law, William Bulmer, 
esquire, Riohard Danby, Thomas 
Tempest, John Raket, and Jolm 
Bentleg[. 

Lomley, George, Lord, knight. Thomas, 
Prior of the Cathedral Church of 
Durham, Robert Chambre. clerk, 
Chancellor of Durham, William 
Hilton, knight, Ralph Bow6s, knight, 
Humphry Conyngesby. Sergeant- 
at-law, William Cutlenl, Sergeant- 
at-law, William Bulmer, esquire, 
Richard Danby, Richard Eryngton, 
Thomas Tempest, and John Raket. 

Lomley, George, Lord, knight, Robert 
Chambre, clerk. Chancellor of Dur- 
ham, Humphrey Conyngesby, Ser- 
geant-at-law, William CutlenC Ser- 
geant-at-Iaw, William Bulmer, es- 
quire, Richard Danby, John Raket, 
and John Bentle^. 

Lovell. Thomas, knight, Richard Em- 
son, knight. John Huse, knight, Ed- 
mund Dudley, and Thomas Lucas. 

Lucas, Thomas . . . . 

Pilkyngton, Elizabeth, widow of 
Robert. 

Reidman, or Reydmayn, Thomas, 

esquire. 
Raket, John . . . . 

Baket, John .... 
Raket, John. Keeper of tho park of 

Frankland. 



Stanhope, park of . . . 

Stathom, John, Forester of the park 

of Binrtley. 
Stanhope, land, Ac., in the park of - 

Tempest, Thomas ... 

Tempest, Thomas . . . 

Tempest, Roland, Keeper of the park 
of wolsyngham. 

Thorpthewelesse, manor and vill of - 

Wolsvngham, jjark of . 
Werdale. the high forest of - 
Wiclyfi, Ralph, esquire ... 



Watson, John, clerk 



Pardon to them for having, without 
licence, acquired fh>m Thomas 
Fulthorp the manor and vill of 
Thorothewelesse for the term of 
the life of Elizabeth, widow of 
Robert Pilkyngton. and formerly 
wife of Richard Conyers. 

See Herdgill, Roland - 

Are appointed Justices of Gaol Deli- 
very m Durham and Sadberge. 



Are appointed Justices of tho Peace 
in Durham and Sadberge. 



Are appointed Justices Itinerant, 
and Justices of Assise in Durham 
and Sadberge. 



Exemplification of their recovery 
of the manor of Foluiceby, and 
lands, Ac, in Folauoeby against 
Robert Hilton. 

jS!90 Lovell, Thomas . . . 






See HerdglU, Rohuid 



Is appointed Escheator of Durham 

and Sadbenpe. 
See Lomley, cfeoit^o, Lord - 
See Lomley, Geor^, Lord {bis) 
Writ forbidding him and his aepu- 

ties to take game or cut timber 

without warrant. 

See Emereson, Robert 

Writ forbidding him to take game 

or cut timber without warrant. 
See Emerson, George ... 

See Lomley, George, Lord - 
See Lomley, George, Lord - 
Writ forbidding nim and his depu- 
ties to take game or cut timber 
without warrant. 
See Herdgill, Roland ... 

See Tempest, Roland ... 

See Emereson. Geofftey 

Has grant of the wardship and 
marriage of Ralph Carre, kinsman 
and heir of George Carre, and, in 
the event of his death while a 
minor, of successive heirs until 
one shall attain ftill age. 

See Herdgill, Roland • 



Reign. 
2SHen.7 



2SHen.7. 
20 Hen.?. 



ao Hen.7. 



20Hen.7. 



23 Hen.7. 



23 Hen.7. 
23 Hen.7. 



20 Hen.7. 

20Hcn.7. 

20 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 



21 H6n.7. 

21 Hen.7. 

22 Hen.7. 

20 Hen.7. 

20 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 



23 Hen.7. 

21 Hen.7. 
21 Hen.7. 
21 Hen.7. 



23 Hen.7. 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



BEPUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECORDS. 



79 



(40. 68.) Boll No. 1 of Christophsb BAiNSBiDOEy Bishop of 

DUBHAM. 

(Pontificate extended from 17th November 1507 to 20th September 

1508.) 




8 

9 
16 

16 

to 

S6 

26 

28 



90 



2 



4 
7 
8 



Anesley, John 
The 



Allertooflhire, Bichard Latoo, of 
Kirkelqr Biciston in, and Thomas 
his son and neir. 

|{;StoMhi™'}'° the ecmnty of Tork 

Allerton,in the county of York, manor 

of. 
Asteley, Thomas, of Aslakby, son and 

heir of William Asielay, esquire. 

Astelay, William, esquire, deceased - 
Aldwode, Bichard . . . 



Aton, in the county of York, Balidi 

Evers of. 
Auckland, Bishop's, city or borough 

of. 
AldingrreKe - • • -7 

AltonJteld } 

Allerton, in the county of York, 
Wyskemore above Caperig, within 
the lordship of. 

rBobert Thirlkeld,*^ 
esquire. Alderman 
of the GUd of the 
Blessed Vinrin Mary 
in the- ^ - 
Master WiUiam 

Brown, perpetual 
^ vicar of the - 
Aneslnr, John, Seneschal of the castle 
of Norham, Balph Brown, Leonard 
Norton, John Rochester, and Wil- 
liun Gamer, all of the vill of Ber- 
wick. 



Aelvf, church. 



Baynbrig, Christofer 



Bnlmer, William, knight 

Batemanson*. John 

Buhner, William, esquire 

Bowes, B^h, knight - 

Buhner, William. Mquire 

Batemanson', Jonn 

Bsynbrig, Bichard 

Bentley, John 

Bcntley, John - 

Bonyngton, William 

Bidndl', John - 

Bradley, Robert Eure, late of, esquire^ 

deceased. 
Bawdekyn, Bobert, of Bdmondehilles, 

in the county of Eland* yeoman. 
The same 



See Chomley> Bichard also Wi- 
thers, John. 

Is appointed Ooroner iu Norham< 
shure and Blandshira. 

iSM Peiter, Boland • 



See Scarlet, Edmund ... 
See Scarlet, Edmund - - - 

Has licence of entiy into the lands, 
Ac, of his late father without 
proof of age. &c 

^M Asteley. Thomas - . . 

Has grant to term of the manor and 
grange of Myddrig, with a mill 
and land, ifcc, there for the term 
of sixty years at the rent of 
26/. 9«. 6d. per annum. 

See Eure, Balph ... 

See Bichebum', William 

See Ihirham, t he Prior, Ac., of 
iSiM MetcslfT, James - - . 



See Thirlkeld, Bobert 



Have demise to farm of the fisheries 
in the river Twede, belonging to 
the castle of Norham, vis., HaJo- 
westeyll', Twedmouthsteyll'. Gar- 
do, Blakwell', Yareford, Neuwa- 
tyr, Walthem*, Wylford, Grene- 
hili', and Podwelr, for the term 
of ten years at the rent of 62/. per 
annum, 

Lett. Fat. of the Lord the King, 
notityingapproval of his appoint- 
ment as Bishop of Durham by the 
Pope, and restoring to him the 
temporalities of the^ee. 

Is appointed SherilT in the counties 
of Durham and SadbergL 

See Withers, John ... 

See Conyngcsby, Humfk«y - 



See Withers, John 



See Chomley. Bichard; oieo Wi- 
thers. John. 

jSSm Twhaites. Heniy . - . 

Has general pardon • • . 

Mandamue to the Justices setting 
out such Dtfdon and directing its 
proclamation by them. 



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1 
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1 
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28Heiu.7. 



FOntif. 
1 

1 
1 



1 
1 



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10 



11 



12 



18 

14 

16 

17 
20 

22 
2S 



26 



27 



SO 



ai 



Bnrvfaam, Christopher, merchant, 
John Hedvorth, esquire, John 
Baket, Richard Bryngton', and 
Bertram Toonghusbond 



Brlgfaam, Bobertk of Newcastle-on-") 
Tyne, merchant - - -> 

Baynbryr*, Bichard« gentleman •) 
Baxstaneoank ... 
Bysshopall quarter 
BaTchil quarter ... 
Batemanson', John ^ 



} 



;} 



Bedbum, park of • * 

Blakbank.the - 
Batemanson', Bobert - 
Bajnbrig, John, of Snoterton, esquire, 

son and heir of Richard Baynbrig, 

esquire. 
Baynbrig. Richard, esquire 
Bolton, Henrr Lescro])' of. knight 
Bulmer, William, knight, otherwise 

William Bulmer, knight, of Wilton 

in the county of York, otherwise 

William Bulmer, knight, of Kei- 

pyer nigh Durham. 
Burner, William, the younger, esquire, 

and Elizabeth his wife, daughter 

and heir of William Elmeden, 

esqiiire. 
Baynbrig. Richard, and Alice his wife, 

next of kin and heir of Robert 

Roodea. 
Bentley, John . . . . 

Brauncepath, castle of - . • 

Buhner, William, knight, and Wil- 
liam Bulmer, squire. 



Bulmer, William, esquire 
Bedbum, park of - - •\ 

Blakbank, wood of - • -i 

Bichobum', Wiliiam« and Christopher 
Brown. 



Brown, Christopher - - .^ 

Bishop's Auckland, city or borouf^ > 

of .... -J 

Beaurpark, park of 

Baxstanefordwod« wood of 

Baldinghope, pasture of 

Bynchestre, John, chaplain 

Bell', Bdmund • 

Brown, the river - 

Both', Ralph, esquire, deceased, his 

lands and heir • 
BoTs, James, and Elizabeth, his wife, 

deceased^ their lands and heir 
Brown, Master William, perpetual 

vicar of the church of Aclyf > 
Brafferton'. Thomas Serell' of 
BrafTerton', lands, &c., in the vill and 

territory of - - - -J 

Baynbrige, John, esquire 



} 

1 



Baynbrige, Richard, of Whetelerhill") 
Barnard Castle. John Mydelton^ of - > 
Butterwik, manor of • - O 



of 
Pontifl- 
oate^fto. 



Intp«nmu9 and confirmation of 
charter of William, the Bishop's 
predeoeaaor, granting pardon ror 
the acquisition bv them fh>m Ro- 
bert Brigham of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, merchant, of a tenement, 
&c, in Gateshead, and land there* 
and from Richard Baynbryg'. gen- 
tleman, of land in Gateshead, 
without lioenoe; and licence to 
them to hold the same. 

See Brygham. Christopher • 



See Tempest, Rowland 

Has grant of the ofBoes of park- 
keeper of the park of Bedoum, 
and of the keepership of the Blak- 
bank there, on the surrender of 
Robert Batemanson*. 

See Batemanson', John 

Has general pardon . . . 



See Baynbrig, John - 
See Lomley, Richard • 
Has general pardon - 



Have licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac., late of the said William Elme- 
den without proof of age, &c 

Have licence of entry into the lands* 
ftc., late of the said Robert with- 
out proof of age, Ac 

Is appointed clerk of the Justices 
Itinerant and of Assize. 

See Clazton, Ralph ... 

Have grant of demise to farm of the 
demesne lands of Sadbery for the 
term of ninety-nine years at the 
rent of 81. per annum. 

See Bulmer, William, knight 

See Clarvaux, Richard 

Are appointed the Bishop's Stew- 
ards or Clerks of courts in the 
cities and boroughs of Burham, 
Gateshead, Bishop's Auckland, 
and Darlington. 

i^M Bichebum', William 

See Durham, the Prior, &Ct of 

See Durham, the Prior, &c., of 

iS!00 Raket, John . . . 

iS^« Withers, John . . . 



See Thirlkeld, Robert 



Has licence to enfeofE Richard Bpyxi' 
brige of WheteleybiU', John My. 
kelton' of Barnard Castle, Thomas 
Tempest, and Gooige Wotton', of 
his manor of Butterwik. 

i960 Baynbrige, John . . . 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECORDS. 



81 



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8S 



86 



8 



6 
7 



12 



16 
17 



Bentley, Bobert 



Bedlyngtonahire in Northumberlandp 

Hailmote oourta of. 
Bates, Thomas ... 
Bedljiurton'. laoda, tc., in 
Bates, WiUJam, deceased 
Bttlmer« William, knight, and WIl 

lUun Sulmer. esquire. 



Bnlmer, William, esquire 
BatemanBon', John, doctor of laws 



3 



;} 



Blenkynsop*. John 

Blenkynsop', Robert, deceased 

Britle, lands, tc^ in - 

Bqynton', Ueniy, knight, Bichard 
liomley, esquire, Nicholas Turpyn, 
esoutre, George Ix>mle7, gentleman, 
and Bobert Lomley, gentleman. 



Byremore, HughHogeson' of, gentle- 
man. 
Brown, Balph. of Berwick 
CBalph Brown of 
-n««»t«v J Leonard Morton of 
Berwick < j^y^ Rochester of 

(^William Gamer of 

Blakweir. a flsheiy in the river 
Twede - 

Beaumyssh', Balph Hall' of 

Britley, John Hall', late of 

Bedykftird, Mekill-^ 
bedyk, otherwise I manors or vills^ 
Bolden, Manes- V of, or * lands. >■ 
feld nigh - - 1 Ac, in • -J 

Boldon,West -J 

Conyngesby, Humfrey.Serjeant-at-law 
The same, Richard Danby. William 

Bulmer. esquire. Thomas Tempest, 

and John Baket. 
Chomley. Richard, knisht, Edward 

Badoiyff, John Bentley, William 

Bonyngton, John Anesley, and John 

Bidnell'. 
Ghaumley, Richard, knight 
Crayk. castle of the park of •> 
Conyngesby. Humnrey. Berieant-at- 

law, and Anne his wife, oanghter 

and heir of Christopher Moresby, 

knight. 
Chopwell. John Swynbum*, of 
Constable, Marmaduke, knight, and 

Robert Constable, knight, his son 

and heir. 



Constable^Robert, knight 
Conyers, William, knignt, Lord Con 

yers . - - - . 

Conyers, William Conyers, knight. 

Lord - - - . 

Claregenet, Robert 
Crake, Giles Whitfeld Ute of, yeoman 
Clazton', Ralph, esquire, and SibUla 

his wife, daughter and heir of Roger 

Conyers, knight. 



Is Mtnointed Coroner of the ward of 
Stokton, and Steward of the Hall- 
mote courta of Durham, and Bed- 
lyngtonahire in the county of 
Northumberland. 

<S(00 Bentley, Robert - . . 



8m Creswell', RobcH 

Have grant to fium of the demesne 
lands of Sadbery for the term of 
00 years, at the rent of 8/. per 

See Bulmer. William, knight 
Has grant of the office of ue^istrar- 
Genera] and Scribe of the registry 
of all spiritual courts of the Bi- 
shoprick, for life. 

See Tuipyn, William • 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
fh>m Hugh Hogeson' of Byre- 
more. genueman, of the tenement 
of Leseldhouses, and enclosures 
called Medowclose and Carter- 
dose, in the "eeunpua" of Gates- 
head, without licence. 

iSSM Boynton', Henry . . . 



See Anesley, John 

See Hall, Ralph 
See Hedworth', John 



/Sm Withers, John • 

Are appointed Justices for the deli- 

veiT of the gaols of Durham and 

Sadber^h. 
Are appomted Justices for the deli- 

yen of the gaols of Norhamshlre 

and Elandshire. 

iS^tf Withers, John . . . 

See Fenton, Thomas ... 

Have licence to enter into the landa, 

&c, late of the said Christopher. 



See Swynbum', John ... 

Have grant of the office of Steward 
of the manor or lordship of Hone- 
den and Honedenshire in the 
county of York, for their lives, 
with a fee of eleven marks per 
annum. 

i8M Constable, Marmaduke - 



See Lomley, Richard 



i9M Whitfeld, Giles . . . 

Have pardon for all intrusions and 
undue entries into the lands, Ac., 
late of the said Roger, and the 
said Balph is pardoned for all 
trespasses, &c, bv reason of his 
office as Constable of the castle 
of Brauncepath, and all oflBences 
1 oommxtted oy him. 



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Coiiyert,Roger, knight, SibUla, daugh- 
ter and heir of. 

Gonjrers, Thomas, esquire, son and 
heir of Christopher Oonyers. late of 
Sokbum', esquire. 

Conyers. Christopher, late of 8ok- 

bum*, esquirQ. 
Clarvaux. Bichard . • . 



Chester, Coroner of the ward of, John 
Baket. clerk, otherwise. 

Chelyngham, Balph Gray of, knight, 
deceased, his lands and heir. 

Caperig. Wyskemore above 

Chesewik in the county of Northum- 
berland. 

Cheswyk in the county of Norfaam, 
Balph Lanfcton', late of 

Cooke, HumJW. carpenter, and Isa- 
bella his wire, Roger Cooke and 
Thomas Cooke, sons of the said 
Humf^y. 



} 



Cooke, Roger ... 

Cooke. Thomas . - • 

Castle Barnard (pataim) 

Clerk, John, notuy, and Henry Her- 
per. 

Cartyngton', John, esquire, deceased, 
Anne, daughter ana heir of, and 
wife of Edward Radclyff, esquire. 

Creswell', Robert, Henry Ogio, Tho- 
mas Bates, and George Creswell*. 



Cresweir, George . - - 

Cuthbert, Bt. {pasfim) ... 
Chestre, lands, Ac, in . . - 

Carterclose, enclosure called* in the 

" campus " of Gateshead. 
Cotom MandeTile, manor of - 
Charrington, West > manor or vill of, 7 
Clevedon - -i 'or land, Acini 



Dunelm*, Duresme, &c. (posstm) 

Durham, Bishoprick of • 

The same ..... 
Durham and SadberRh, counties of - 

Durham, John Withers, clerk.') 
Chancellor of - - - • > 

Danby, Richard - - - -j 

Danby, Richard - - . . ^ 

Durham and 8ad.^rgh, gaols of -} 
Durham and Sadbergb, sheriff of 



(John Withers, clerk,' 
Chancellor of • - 
Thomas, Prior of the Ca- • 
thedial Churoh of - f 
and Sadbergh, counties of 
Danby, Richazd ... -J 
Durham, John Withers, derk. Chan- 
cellor of. 
Dyoe, John, late of Durham, Registrar 
of the late Bishop^ gentleman, fto. 



iSlM Glazton, Ralph . . . 

Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac, late of the said Christopher, 
without proof of age, Ac., and par- 
don im iLil intrusions, Ac, therein. 

See Conyers, Thomas ... 

Has grant of the offices of Keeper of 
the new park within the great 
park of Stanhop', and of Keeper 
of the Dark of Bedbum and the 
wood of Blakbank. 

iS!M Raket, John . . . 

iSJM Withers, John . • . 

iSffs MetcaUf, James . . . 

iSiM DaveilCb John . . . 

^ Langton*, John . - . 

Have demise of a tenement in the 
parish of St. Martin in the Fields 
m the county of Middlesex, for the 
term of sixty years, at the rent of 
20f . per anfMiia. 

jSSm Cooke, Humf^y . . . 

jSte Barnard Castle. 
Have grant of the office of Appari- 
tor-General to the Lord Bishop. 
See Raddylf, Edward 



Have pardon for all donations, Ac, 
of lands, Ac, in Bedlyngton', late 
of William Bates deceased, and 
fbr all intrusions, Ac, therein. 

See Cresweir, Robert 

See Bt. Cuthbert. 
<8!w Turpyn, William - 
iSM'Boynton', Henry . . - 

See Tuipyn, Nicholas ... 
See Hedworth', John - 



jSm Durham. 

See Baynbrig, ClirlBtofer 

;Sm Withers, John . . . 
See Parkynson', John ; aleo Buhner, 
William; also Withers, John. 

£(M Withers, John . . . 

iSMConyngesby, Humify - 

Precept to him to attend Humfrey 
Conyngesby and the other newly 
appointed Justices of Gaol Deli- 
very, with all things neeessary 
to tne execution of their office 

A simibur precept in respect of 
John Withers and the other 
newly-appointed Justices of the 
Peace 



i&sTinthsrs, John 

i&« Withers,' John 
Has general pardon 



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16 



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85 



DurlMan. John 1^06^ late of - 
Dudley, Edmund; esquire 

Durhem^WiliuuB Bnlmer, knight, of 
Keipyernigh. 

Duriiam, GileB Whitfield, late of. |a- 
boorer. othenriee Teoman, 

Daore, Tnomas, Loid of. knight, and 
Blinbeth hit wife, next-of-nn and 
heir of Ralph Gnjttoke. Lord of 
Grayatoke. Knight, and daughter 
and heir of Robert Grajstoke, son 
and heir of the nid Ralph. 

Durham. John Wither^ olerk. Chan- 
cellor of. 

Durham, John Rakette. clerk of -") 

Durham. Chancery of, John Rakette. \ 
clerk of the - < - O 

Durham, the Prior and Convent of - 



86 



f the waste of the Bishop at^ 

J the walls of the Castle 
of - - - - 

the walls of the Cathedral 
I of - - • - 
I Vramwelgate. at • 
LbridgeofElTet,at • 
Derlyngton', Ac. (jpasiim) 

§^}|;^}citl« or borough, of - 

Durham, the Prior and Convent of - 



The same 



i8MDyoe.John . . . 

Is appointed the Bishop's Chief 

Steward. 
iStoe Buhner. William . . . 

Am Whitfeld. Giles - . . 

Have licence of entr:^ into the lands, 
Ac, late of the said Ralph Gray- 
stoke without proof of age. Ac., 
and pardon for any intrusions, Ac, 
therein. 

jSSm Withers. John . . . 



AMRakot.John . . . 

Have grant of the waste of the Bi- 
shop at Durluun, from Framwel- 
Ste to the bridge of Elvet, and 
>m the walls of the Castle and 
Cathedral to theriver Were, for ever, 
at the rent of 18«. 4tf . per annum. 



See Durham, the Prior, Ac. of 



See Darlington. 

See Bichebum', William 

Have grant of ft«e warren in their 

Sirks of Muggliswik, Helayfeld, 
eaurpark, and Rayntonjpark; 
their woods of Strothowe, Witton, 
Maynes, Sacristanehagh. Uanyng- 
wod, Herbereloae, Feryclyff, Baz- 
stanefordwod, Rilley. and Rilley 
wood, with the fields. &c, belong- 
in«t thereto. Aldinggrege with the 
fields, &c, belonging thereto, 
Altonfeld, and Morebybauk. 
Charter of " luepeximtu** confirm- 
ing the charter of Hugh, formerly 
Bishop of Durham, granting to 
them m pure and perpetual alms 
the vill or Muchngwic m exchange 
for Herdwic. and the pasture of 
Horseleihope, Hist^ope, and 
Baldinghope ; also oonflrminp the 
charter of Walter, formerly Bishop 
of Durham, granting to them, in 
pure and perpetual alilis, hmd in 
the valley of Horsleyhope. saving 
to the said Bishop and bis succes- 
sors the venison and eyries of wild 
birds therein : also confirming the 
charter of Richurd. formerly Bi- 
shop of Durham, granting to them 
and to the Prior and monks of 
Pjmkhale, in pure and perpetual 
auns. the waste and moor extend- 
ing fh>m the west gate of the said 
Prionr of Fvnkhale to the bridge 
called RiseDrigKe,over the Udene- 
bum*. thence to the river Were, 
and thence to the said west gate. 
Also jsrantiug licence to them to 
acquire lands, Ac., to the yearly 
value of 201. Also granting par- 
don to the same, and to the monks 
there, and to John Pykenmg, 
clerk, Robert Sotheron, clerk, 
John Segefeld. chsplain, John 
NeKse, chaplain, Thomas Willyam- 
son, chaplain, John Bynchestre, 
chaplain, Richard Emerson. John 
Partrik, chaplain. John Mylner, 
chapUun, Robert Hode. clerk. John 



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'Hufh, formerly Bishop of) 

Walter, formerly Bishop of | 

Dorhamx Richard, formerly Bishop > 

I of the Cathedral church 

L of - - • -J 

Danrent. the river . - - 

Durham. John Withers, olerk, Chan- 

cellor of. 
Baveile, John, and John Johnson 



Durham, Hallmote Courts of • 

Darlington, manor of . . • 

Daweson, Robert, chaplain - -) 

Durham, lands, fto.. in - • -> 

Elandshire. Norhamshire and, the 

Sheriff of. 

The same, gaols of . . . 

The same- - - - - 



or 



Biynirton, Blen, widow of Richard -*) 

Eure, Robert, late of Bradley, esquire, r 
deceased - - - ' 

Edmondehilles. in the oonntj 
Eland, Robert Bawdekyn of, yeo- 
man - - - - - 

Eland, county of, Edmondehilles in 
the - - - - r 

The same- - - - - 

Eryngton', Richard 

Emerson, Simon - - - - 

Efaneden, William, Elizabeth, daugh-^ 
ter and heir of - " * i 

Thesame, lands, ftc., in - -J 

Euro, Ralph, of Witton, otherwise 
called Ralph Bvers of Witton' in 
Werdale, otherwise Ralph Evers of 
Aton in the county of York. 

Bvers. Ralph, of Witton in Werdale, 
and of Aton in the county of York. 

Emerson', John - - - 

Emerson'. Robert - - f 

Emerson', Thomas 

Eland, Elandshire 






Elret, the bridge of, at Durham 
Emerson, Richard 
Elandshire, lands, fte., in 
Erington, I^icholas 
Erington', Richard 
Est Ke1k)w. lands, ftc.. In the viU and 
territory of. 

Fenton, Thomas, and Robert Fisher 



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Fisher, Robert - - - . 

Fetherestanehalgh', Richard, son and 
heir of Alexander Fetherestane- 
halgh, of Stanehop in Wvdale, 
squire, and Alice his wife. 



Stayndrop*, clerk, John HMrgers- 
ton, Thomas Gossewyk, Thomas 
Steyll', chaplain, Edmund Bell', 
Roger Uorland.cliaphun, William 
Hiul', chaplain, and Robert Lam- 
bert, esquire, all intrusions, aliuu^ 
tions, Ac. to the use of the Cathe- 
dral church of Durham, the repair 
thereof, itc., in respect of the said 
lands, ftc, and confirming their 
estate therein. Also releasing to 
the same chattels of felons and 
fu^tives, treasure trove^ and otbeo* 
pnvileges within and without the 
forest. 



See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 



See Raket, John . . . 

See Withers, John . • . 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
f^fom Thomas Strangways of tene- 
ments in the Till and territory of 
Chesewik. in the county of North- 
umberland, without licence; and 
permission to hold the same. 

See Bentley, Robert • 

iSM Turpyn, Nicholas • 

See Hedworth', John - 
See Norhamshire 

See Chomley. Richard 
See Swynhowe, John ; dUo Anesley, 
John. 

See Twhaites, Henry - 



See Bawdekyn, Robert 



See Bawdekyn, Robert 
See Brygham, Christoj 
See Lomley, Richard - 

See Bulmer, William • 



Has pardon of outlawiy for debt at 
the King's suit. 



See Sure, Ralph 



iSto Hall', Thomas . . . 

See Reveley, William; aleo Maners, 

Thomas. 
See Durham, the Prior, &c«, of 
See Durham, the Prior, ftc. - 
See Langton, John 

See Turpyn, William • 

See Fossoure, John - 

Are appointed jointly and severally 
Keepers of the castle of the park 
of urayk, for their lives, with the 
fee of one penny per diem. 

^Snm Fenton. Thomas - 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
fh>m the said Alexander, of land, 
Jbc., in Stanehop', and in the 
parish, vill, and " eampue " there- 
of, without licence ; and licence to 
hold the same. 



Year of 
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Petheawafanehajirh, Alexander, of 
Stanehop^ in Wardalle, eaquire. 

Pnmwelxiite, Dorham . • . 

Feiyclyfl, wood of . . . 

Fyiulmle Frioiy, Prior and monks of 

Fethirstanehal^'» John, ton and heir 
of Richard Pethirstandial^h', wn 
and heir of Alexander Fethirstane* 
halgh't late of Stanehop', esquire. 

FMhlntanehalgh', Richard - '\ 

Fethirstanehalxh. Alexander - »} 

Fislier, Eiohara, chaplain 



FoBSOure. John, of Kellow, son and 
heir of Thomas Fossourp son and 
heir of John Fossour, esquire, and 
Cecilia his wife. 



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Fossour, Thomas 

FoBsour. John, esquire, and Cecilia 
his wife- - - - -^ 

Fethirstonehalgh', John 

Fnlthorp', William, and Perdval 
Lambum, demandants, and John 
Hedlam, deforciant, of the manor 
of Newsom, and messoaees, land, 
Ac., in Newsom and Wjnston. 

Fethirstanebalgh', Nicholas - 



Fethirstanehalgh*, 
elder, esquire. 



Alexander, the 



Gatikheved, &c. (pcitsim) 
Gateshead, land, Ac., in - - 

Grene, Richard, son and heir of Rich- 
ard Grene, deceased. 



Graystoke, Ralph; knight. Lord or 
Graystoke, Elizabeth, next of kin of 

Graystoke, Robert, Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter and heir of - - - - 

Graystoke, Ralph, lands, Ac., of 

Gateshead, city or borough of - 

Gossewyk, Thomas . . . 

Gaunlesso, the river . . . 

Gray, Ralph, of Chelyngham, knight, 
deceased, his lands and heir. 

Ghiteshead, enclosures called Medow- 
close and Carterdose, in the "cam- 
put " of. 

Garner, William, of Berwick - 

Gardo • > fisheries in the 

Grenehill) Twede 

Gateshead, park, and tower of - 

Great Kellow, lands, Ac in the Till 
and territory of. 



river?- 



Hair. Robert, of Stanley, son and heir 
of Rc^rt Hall, deces^ed. 

Hedworth, John, esquire 

Holynhall quarter . . . 

Houedsn, in the county of York, 

manor, Ac., of. 
Hedle, Edward, and Launoelot his 

son and heir. 
Hilton, Wimam, esquire 



See Fethereetanehalgh', Richard - 

See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 
See Durham, the Prior, Aa, of 
See Durham, the Prior, Ac., of 
Has licence of entry into the lands, 

Ac., of the said Alexander without 

proofof age, Ac 

See Fethirstanehalgh', John - 

Has grant of the cluCntiy of St. Cuth- 
bert, within the man<»r of Houe- 
den, in the county of York, for 
life, with a salaiy of 41, 8s. 4d. per 
annum. 

To have entry into the lands, Ac. of 
the said Cecilia in the Tills and 
territories of Est Kellow, Flaws- 
worth, Thrustanton', Herberhous, 
and Great Kellow, without prose- 
cution of liTcry, &c., and piundon 
for intrusions, Ac., therein. 

iSSM Fossoure, John . . . 

See Hedworth', John . . • 

Exemplification of a Recoveiy buf- 
fered in the fifth year of the Bi- 
shop's predecessor. 



Pardon for the acquisition bT him 
fh>m Alexander Fethirstanehalgh' 
the elder, esquire, of lands, Ac., in 
the Till and territory of Stanehop' 
in Wardell. without licence. 

See Fethirstanehalgh', Nicholas 



See Gateshead. 
See Brygham. Christopher - 
Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac., late of his said father, without 
proof of a^, Ac., and paitlon for 
any intrusions, Ac., therein. 



See Docre, Thomas 



See Bichebum', William 
See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 
See Raket, John 
See Withers, John 

See Boynton', Henry - 



See Anesley, John 

See Richerdson. John 
See Fossoure, John • 



See Rokeby, Thomaa • - . 

Has licence of entrv into the lands, 
Ac, of his late father. 

iSse Constable, Marmaduke - 

See Biygham, Christopher - 

See Tempest, Rowland 

See Vescy, Thomas . . . 

See Turpjm, Nicholas ... 

See Lomley, Richard . . . 



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33 

35 



HaoBhertf WiUianit esquire 



Haushert, Bichsrd, esquire, deceased 
Houeden, vill of, in the coun^ of 

York- 
Hall', Thomas, Beotor of WcHmK- 

ham, John Bmerson*. Robert HaH', 

William Hall', William Lawson, 

and Robert Emerson*. 



Hall*, Robert - 
Hall', William - 
Hebbum*, John, esquire 



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Hesilriff, Robert - 

Herdwuc, manor and vill of 

Helayfelo, park of 

Hsjyrngwod, wood of 

Her berclose, wood of 

Herdwic - 

Horseleihope, pasture o 

Histeshope, pasture of 

Horsleyhope, yalley of 

Hode, Robert, clerk 

Haygerston, John 

Hulf, Wiinam. chaplain 

Haye, Laurence, deceased, his lands 

and heir. 
HerbotiU*,Wicherd 



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Herbotill*, Ralph, knight, deceased - 

Herper, Hemy - - - - 

Hawthorn', lands, ftc., in the vill and 

territoi^f of. 
Houeden in the county of York, ehan- 

try of St. Cuthbert within the manor 

of. 
Hogeson', Hugh, of Dyremore, gentlo- 

man. 
Halowesteyll', a fishery in the river 

Twede. 
Herberhous, lands, Ac, in the vUl and 

territory of. 
Hebbem', John, esquire 



Hesilriffe, Robert 
Herdwik, manor and vill of - 
Hall', Ralph, of Beaumyssh*. son an 
heir of John Hair, late of Britley. 

Hair, John, late of Britley • 
Hedworth', John, esquire 



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Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac., late of Elisabeth Lomley, de- 
ceased, late wife of Richard Ban- 
short, esquire, deceased, without 
proof of sge, ftc., and pardon for 
all intrusions and entries therein. 

8m Hanshert, William 

Sm Kydd, John ... 

Have grant of the custody of the 
lands. Ac., late of Thomas Emer- 
son', during the minctfitor of Ro- 
bert, his son and heir. Also grant 
to John Swynbum* and William 
Lawson', of the custody and mar- 
riage of the said Robert Emerson'. 

5to Hall*, Thomas . . . 

Has licence to enfeoff Anthony Mit- 
ford, chaplain, John Raket the 
elder, Robert Hesilrig, and An- 
thony Smyth', of his manors and 
vills of Herdwik and Shottonnigh 
Segefeld. 

;9(M Hebbum', John . . . 
See Burham, the Prior, Ac, of 



See Durham, the Prior, &c^ of 



i8M Withers, John . . . 

Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac., late of Redph HerbotiU' 
knight, of whom he is son and 
heir, without proof of age. Ac., and 
pardon for all Intrusions, Ac, there- 

/9m Herbotiir, Wicherd 

See Clerk, John ... 

See Radclyfl, Edward 

iS(M Pisher, Richard . • - 



See Boynton', Heniy . . - 

/890 Anesley, John . . . 

iSiM Fossoure, John • . . 

Has licence to enfeoff Anthony Mit- 
ford, chaplain. John Raket the 
elder, Robert Hesilrige, and An- 
thony Smyth', of the manors and 
vills of Herdwik and Shotton nigh 
Segefeld. 

iS(M Hebbem', John . . . 

Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac, of the said John, and pardon 
for any intrusions, Ac, therein. 

iSto Hair, Ralph . . . 

Has licence to enfeoff BoUand Tem- 
pest, Ralph Melot, Robert Hesil- 
rig, Thomas Tempest, John Met- 
calf, John Rakett, John Fethir- 
stonehaigh', Robert Daweson, 
chaplain, and Charles Rollandson, 
chaplain, of the manors and vills, 
and land, Ac, in the vills and ter- 
ritories of Herberton, Over More- 
house, Nether Morehouse, MekiU- 
bedyk otherwise Bedykfurd, Ur- 
path'. West Chanington', Hed- 



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Herberton > manor or vill, or lamd 
Hedworth'i ftc^ there 
Hed]am,John • ' • 

Johnaon, JTohn • . - 



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Kirkebj SixistQin, in Allertonihire. 

Richard Laton, of, deceased, and 

Tbomai his son and heir. 
Keipyer nixh Durham. William Bui- 

mer, knignt, of. 
Kydd, John, Talet of the Bishop's 

chamber. 



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Kelynghall, Elisabeth, widow • 
Kelrnghall, Robert, deceased, 

Cnristopher his son and heir 
Ketton, Thomas Strangwysse^ late of, 

deceased. 
Knaptofte, William Turpvn of 
Kellow, John Fossoure of • • .") 
Kellow, Est - ) lands. Ac, in the Till >> 
Kellow, Great i and territory of ') 

Latoo, Richard, of Kirkeby Biriston. 

in Allertonshire, decayed, and 

Thomas, his son and heir. 
Lasselorcherd • . • • 

Lomley^ Richard, Lord of Lomley, 

and John Loml^, his soh and heir. 



Loml^, Lord of, Richard Lomley -) 
Lomley. John, his son and heir -i 
Lomley, Richard, Lord of Lomley, next 

of km and heir of George Ijoml^, 

knight, liord of Lomlc/. 



Lomley, Richard Loml^, Lord of * 
Lomlgr. George, knight.^ ^ 

Lord of Lomley - 1 wiwLtii 

Lescrop', Henry, of Bolton, knight - 

Lomley, Roper, esquire - 

Lomley, Elisabeth, deceased - 

Lawson, William . . . 

London, John Withers, derk, other- 
wise late of. 

Lambert, Robert, esquire 

Labnm. Eleanor, widow of Robert, 
her Isnds and heir. 

Langton*. John, son and heir of Ralph 
Langton', late of Cheswyk in the 
county of Korham. 



Langton', Ralph, late of Cheswyk, in 
the county of Norham. 



worth*. Southwyk, Marresfeld nigh 
Bolden, Clevedon. West BoldoiL 
Honkton', Whitbem*. Sunderland 
nigh the Sea, and Durham. 

See Hedworth*, John •* 

See Eulthorp% William 

See Daveile, John 

See Pelter, Roland • 

See Buhner, William • 

Has grant of the office of bailiff of 
the Till of Honedou, in the'oounfeF 
of York. 

See Surtqrs, Thomas . - • 

5lM Withers, John • 

See Turpyn, William . - - 

See Fossoure, John - 

jSSm Pelter, Roland ... 

See Tempest, Rowland 

Are appointed chief Foresters of the 
forest of Wardale, and Surveyors 
of the Bishop's parks, mines of 
coal and forges of iron. 

See Lomley, Richard . • . 

Has pardon forentiy into the lands, 
Ac, of the said Geoige Lomley 
and Elizabeth his wife, without 
prosecution of livery. Also par- 
don to the said Ridnard Lomley, 
Henry Lescrop', of Bolton, knight, 
William Conyers, knight, Xxnra 
Conyers, Ralph Melot^ esquire, 
John Ranghton, clerk, William 
Thorpe, cl^k, Robert Claregenet, 
Simon Emerson, William Hilton*, 
esquire^ Roger Lomley, esquire, 
and Richard TyndaU. for all 
alienations, Ac., of the nid lands. 
Ac.: general pardon to the said 
Richard Lomlev in relation thereto, 
and release to nim of all risht to 
Koods and chattels of felons, 
ueodands, Ac., in the said land^ 
Ac, and all kinds of penalties ana 
amercements, Ac., therein. 



See Lomley, Richard 



See Hanshert, William 

Am Hair, Thomas . . . 

Sm Withers, John - - . 

See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 

iSlM Withers, John . - . 

Has licence of entnr into the lands. 
Ac, late of his said father in Eland- 
shire and Norhamshiro, without 
prosecution of livery, Ac, and 
pardon for all iutnudons, Ac, 
therein. 

Am Langton', John . . • 



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Lomley. Geoige • 
Lomley, Bichard, esouire 
Lomlej* George, gentleman 
Lomley, Bobm, gentleman 
LeBeldhotues, tenement o 
Lambton, Peioival 

Moresby, Chrittoiiher, knight 
Morton*, William 



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Melot, Ralph, eaquire • - • 
Myddrig, manor and grange of, with 

land, «%, there. 
Manors, Thomaa, aon and heir of 

Isabella, widow of Thomas Manors, 

lato of Beryngton, in the oounty of 

Eland. 
Mitford, Anthony, chaplain 
Muggliswik, park of 
Maynez. wood of 
Morebyoank 
Muclingwic, vill of 
Mylner, John« chaplain 
Morland. Roger, chaplain 
Metcalfr, James, esquire 



Middlesex, tenement in the pariah of 

St. Martin in the:Field8, in the 

oounty of. 
Mykelton', John, of Barnard Oaatle • 
Mossehoose, lands, Ac, in • - ) 
Mossefleld, in Urpath - - -> 

Medowdose, enclosure called, in the 

" eamfm* ** of Gateshead. 
Morton, Leonaid, of Berwick 
Mandevile, Cotom, manor of 
Mitford, Anthony, chaplain 
Melot, Balph 
Metcalf, John 
Morehouse, Over -"i 

Morehouse, Nether - 1 manor or 
MekiUbedyk, otherwise I Till o^ 

Bedykfurd - f or lands, 

Marresfeld • - 1 ftc, in 
Monkton* - -J 

Norhamshire and Elandshire, the 
Sheriff of. 



The same, gaols of . . . 
The same - - . . • 

Newcastle-on-Tyne, Robert Brigham, 

of, merchant. 
Norhamshire - . . - 



the 



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Nesse, John, chaplain • 
Northumberland, Cheswik, in 

county of. 
Norham, Cheswyk, in the oounty of, 

Ralph LangtonMate of 
Norhamshire, lands, kc^ In • 
Northumberland, Bedlyngtonshire, in 

the oounty of. 
Newfeld nigh Pekton, lands, Ac., in - 
Noibam, John Anesley, Seneschal or 

the Castle of . - - . 
Nenwatyr. a fiaheiy in the riTor 

Twede - - - - - 

Norham, fisheries in the Twede, be* 

longing to the Oastle of 



See Tnipyn, William - . . 
See Boynton', Henry - • • 

i9M Fulthorp*. William 

See Oonyngesby, HumA<ey - 

Has grant of the office of clerk of 
the Bishop's Bxdiequer, and 
Keeper of the Rolls of Accounts 
of his ministers of the Exchequer, 
for life, with a fee of 66«. Sd. per 
annum. 

See Lomley, Richard . • . 

See Aldwode, Richard 

Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac, of his late mother in Eland- 
shire and Norhamshire, without 
prosecution of livery, Ac. 

See Hebbum', Jc^n - - . 

See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 

See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 

Has grant of demise of a messuage 
called Rakerr, and enclosures of 
meadow and pasture nigh the 
river Wyske, and pasture on 
Wyskemore above Caperlg*, within 
the lordship of Allerton, in the 
county of Tork, for the tenn of 
forty years, at the rent of 118s. 8d. 

iSlM Oooke, Hnmfirey - . . 

iSisf Baynbrige, John • . • 
See Tuipyn, William ... 
See Boynton', Henxy • . . 

iSlM Anesley, John . . . 

See Turpyn, Nicholas . • . 

iS^M Hebbem', John • . - 



iSMHedworth'.John - 



Precept directing him to summon 
good and lawml men to attend 
the newly appointed Justices of 
the peace. 

See Chomley* Richard 

See Swynhowe, John ; aleo Anesley, 
John. 

iSlM Biygham, Ohristopher - 

See Reveley, William ; alto Maners, 

Thomas. 
See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 
i9SM Davoile, John . . . 



See Langton', John 
See Bentley, Robert 
See Turpyn, William 

See Anesley, John 



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Bubjeet. 


cateAo. 


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^Drde,Bobert 


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Nemm, mxnor or, uid luid. Ao„ in - 


AuPnithorp'.-WiUiam 


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OglftHonry . - . . 


SeeCraaweU'.Sobert 


Dn- 


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daled. 


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Pwkymon'. John 


Ii.appoiDted the Budiop's BMheaior 


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Felter, Bolaod . . . - 


IHne Erant of the cuilodr of tho 
lands. Ao.. hito of Eichftrt l*lo.i, 














of Kirkebr Skaton. in Ailerton- 
shire. decHwed. during the mino- 








rity or Thonma, his son and lli^r. 








Ifwether with the marriam of (he 














Peyrto. Bottl«nd,ot Biralwoto, yeonuin 


Has geneml pardon. , Mambmu, 














P«nlocLBnd directing lu pro- 










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Pykerriw. John, olerk ■ ■ -) 


,?» Durham, the Prior. Ic, of 


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P^bni.'l^^jnl«h. liuiilB,A«., in - 
Podweir. a QaheiT in tha river Twede 
Ptamnrorth, iKidi. ia, in tho Till Md 


ffcsThirlkeld. Kobert- 

SKX.S": : : 


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lanitorjDf. 






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R^Bt,John . . . . 


HntBfrey. 


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Tbenroe 


&H Withers, John - 




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B^tj(r.Bd.«d 


See Obomley. Richard J aUo With- 
Eaipwitof the oflloe of fieeeiTor 


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Bokeby.Thomw- 


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the coonnrof York, far life, with 

afaeoflOl.p«r<MMiiii. 




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Bn ^ I r - - 


£ESS'.£5»"' : : 


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Eo. ) -, k, \ nait of kin 


.S;»Ba7nbrig,mchard 


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of the Ch«i- 


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BflkJtMJohli 


awBakeUJohn 






Beioler, VUlUm son and beir of 
Areli b«ld KaveleT- of tha oounty of 


Has llcenoft of entry into tho lands. 






Ac, of his said fUber, in Bland- 






Eland. 


r""s.«.sssj""»"' 






ROToley.Arthibald 


«« Reveley. William - 






BiOet. John, tbe older 




«M Hebbum', John - 




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Boynlou Park, park of 
^l^wood 


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S« Durham, the Prior. *c,o( ' - 















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EKt^K&n . . 


Wore. Tyne. and Darwent, and 
other waters in which s^roon and 
other OBh-can be taken. 




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^ MrtmlS. James - 








Have licence of entry into the lands. 








tc. late of the said John, in the 






CarWngton.eeqi.ir8. 


and elsewhere, without prosecu- 
tion of Urery. ftc 




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BeffWiM-General of ipiritwd court* 




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Are amointed jointlv uid sercralk' 
pariiera ol the p«t of OMe^iA. 
and Keepers of tha Tower there. 


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BaketttJohn . - . . 

Bollandson* John* chaplain 

Sadbergh, Darfaam and, counties of 



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Sadbergh» Durham and, gaols of 

Sadberghp Durham and 

Swynhowe, John, of Skromyntonei 

esquire. 
Skremyrstone, John Swynhowo of, 

esquire. 
The same- . . . . 



Swynbum', John, of ChopwoU, and 
Thomas Weltden of Weltden. 

Stanefordham. parish and chapels of - 
Sigiston, Kirkeby. in Allertonshire. 

Richard Laton of, and Thomas, his 

son and heir. 
Stanley. Robert Hall of 
Swalwels, Bouland Peyrte of - 
Scarlet, Bdmund . - . 



The same 



Snoterton, John Baynbrig of, esquire 
Btanehop in Wardalle, Alexander^ 

Votherestanehalgh of ' ' I 

The same, land, &c., in, and in the f 

parish, vill, and " campu§ " of J 
Surteys. Thomas, esquire, son and 

heir of Thomas Surteys, esquire. 

Sokbum', Christopher Conyers, late of 
Sadbory, demesne lands of • 
Surteys, Thomas, esquire, John Sur- 
teys, clerk, ^Iph Surteys, and 
BUsabeth Kolynghall, widow. 



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Surteys, John, clerk 

Surters, Ralph - 

Swynbum*, John 

Stanhop', park of 

Smyth. Anthony - 

Shotton nigh Segefeld > manor luid 

Segefold. Shotton nigh S vUi of 

Strothowe, wood of 

Sacristanehaugh, wood of 

Sotheron, Robert, clerk • 

Segefeld, John, chaplain 

Stayndrop, John, clerk - 

Stoyli'. Thomas, chaplain 

Skym*. the river - - - - 

Strangwysse, Thomas, late of Ketton, 

deoeased, his lands and heir. 
Strangways, Thomas . - . 

Strangwysshe, George - - '\ 

Serell , Thomas, of BrafTerton' - } 

St. Martin in the Fields, in the county 

of Middlesex, tenement in the 

parish of. 
Stokton, Coroner of the ward of 
St Cuthbort, chantiy of, within the 

manor of Houeden, in the county 

of York. 
Sadhery, demesne lands of 
Smyth, Anthony 

Shotton nigh St^^eld > manor and 
Segefeld, Shotton nigh S vill of 
Southwyk -^ manor or vill 

Sunderland nigh >■ of, or lands, 

the Sea -J &o.. in 

Stanehop' in WardeU, lands, Ac., in 

the vill and territory of. 



iSm Hebbem', John • 

i9(M Hedworth', John - . . 

See Parkynaon', John ; also Buhner, 
William ; eUeo Withers, John. 

See Conyngesby. Humfrey - 

^Sto Withers, John 

Is appointed Sheriff of Norhamshire 
and Blandshire. 

iSSM Swynhowe, John - - . 

Precept to be attendant to the newhr 
appointed Justices of Gaol Deb- 
very, and to bring before them the 
prisoners and their attachments. 

Have grant, jointly and severally, 
of tithes within the parish and 
chapels of Stanefordham. 

See Swynbum', John - . . 

iSte Pelter, Roland 



jSm Hall, Robert 

See Peyrte, Rouhind - • . 

Is appointed Receiver of the lord- 
ship of Alverton and Alvertonshire, 
in the county of York. 

Has grant of the office of Keeper 
ana porter of the manor of Aller- 
ton, in the county of York. 

iSiM Baynbrig, John . - . 

See Fetherestanehalgh, Richard • 

Has licence of entiy into the lands, 
&c., of his said father without 
proof of age, &o. 

Ass Conyers, Thomas - 

See Bulmer, William - 

Have grant of the custody of the 
lands, fftc., late of Robert Kelyng- 
hall, during the minority of 
Christopher, his son and heir, 
together with the custody and 
marriage of the said heir. 

5(00 Surteys, Thomas - . . 

iS(M Hall, Thomas . . . 

^00 Ciarvaux, Richard 

See Hebbum', John • 



See Durham, the Prior, &c., of 



See Rakct, John 
See Withers, John • 

See Daveile, John 
See Thirlkeld. Robert 
See Cooke, Huiatrey < 



See Bentley, Robert 
See Pisher, Richard 



iSss Bulmer, William - 
See Hebbem*, John - 

See Hodworth*. John - 

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Yew of 
Pontifi- 



Tampett, Thomas 



The 

Twhaites, Henry* >on and heir of Blen* 
widow of Bicniird Ei7iu;ton. one of 
three next of kin and heirs of Ro- 
bert "Bare, Uto of Bradley, esquire. 

Tempest, Bowland, esquire 



TownsteydhoQs quarter - 
Tnrpyn. Nicholas, esquire 



Thorn. William, clerk 
Tjmdall, Richard 



Trotter, Geoffreyijreonian or husband- 
man. Geoffrey Irotter the younger, 
labourer or yooman, ana Ucmel 



Trotter. bUwurer or yeoman* all of 

Byrei. 
Trotter, Geofflrey, the younger, oi 

Byres, labourer or yeoman - 
Trotter, Lionel, of Byres, labourer or 

yeoman ... 
Tonpett, Thomas 



^ 



Tempest, Rouland. and George Tem- 
pest, his brother. 



Tempest, George • . . . 

Thirlkeld, Robert, esquire. Alderman 
of the Gild of the Blessed Virgin 
Mary in the church of Aclvf, Master 
William Brown, perpetual Vicar of 
the same churcn, Grcorgo Btmng- 
wysshe, George Popeley, and Thomas 
Towrea. 

Towres, Thomas • - • • 

Tempest, Thomas . . . 

Turpyn. William, of Knaptofte, es* 

Sune, Nicholas Turpyn, Nicholas 
Irington', Richard Enngton', 
Geonre Lomley, John Turpyn, clerk, 
and Gerard TurpyiL 



Turpyn, Nicholas 
Turpyn* John, clerk 
Tnipyn. Gerald • 
Turpyn. Nicholas, esquire 
rHalowesteorU* 

Twedmouthsteyll 

Gardo 

Blakweir 

Yareford 

Neuwatyr 

Walthem' 

Wylford 

Grenehiir 

.PbdweU' 
Twedmouthsteyll'i 
vlTerTwede • 



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Twede' 



fish. 

eriesin 

the 

river 



J 
fishery in 



the 



See Withers, John; aUo Conynges^ 

b3r.Humftney. 
iSM Withers, John . . . 

Has licence of entry into his share 

of the lands, &c., of the said Bleu. 



Has grant to fitrm of the pariL of 
Wouiyngham with Townsteyd- 
hous quarter, Holynhall quarter, 
Bazstanebank, Bysshopall quar- 
ter, and Baarchil quarter with 
Lasseloreherd, and pasture called 
Petiskarr, for the term of twenty 
yean, at a rent of $81. ISs. 4d. per 

See Tempest, RowUnd 

Has grant of the custody of the 
lands, Ac., late of Bdward Hedle. 
esquire, during the minority of 
Launoelot, his son and heir, toge- 
ther with the custody and mar- 
riw of his said heir. 

See Lomley, Richard ... 

Huve general pardon • - . 



See Trotter, GeqfErey - • • 

Has demise to fhrm of the demesne 
hmds within the vill and territory 
of Wol^^ngham fbr the term of 
twenty-one years, at the rent of 
71. IZs. 8d. per atmum, 

5^Raket,John 

Are appointed jointly and severally 
to DO Keepers of ine park of Wol. 
syngfaam for life; the said Rou- 
land having surrendered Lett. Pat. 
of the Bishop'spredeoesaor where- 
by the said office was granted to 
him. 

See Tempest, Rouland 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
from Thomas Serell' of Braffer- 
ton', of Isjids, Ac, within the vill 
and territory of Brafferton' with- 
out licence, and permission to hold 
the same. 

See Thirlkeld, Robert 

£1m Baynbrige, John . . . 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
fh>m John Blenkynsop', son and 
hdr of Robert Blenkynsop', de- 
ceased, of lands, Ac, in Britle, 
Chestre, Newfeld nigh Pekton, 
Mossehouse, with the field called 
Mossefleld in Urpath, and the re- 
version of lands m Britle, without 
licence. 

See Turpyn, William - 

See Boynton't Henry • 



Sea Anealey« John 



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26 



Torpyn, Nicholas, esquire 
Turpyn, George, his son 



Throstanton', lands, &c., in the vill 

and territory of. 
Tempest, Rolland - - • ) 



Tempest, Thomas 
Vesey, Thomas - 



TTdenebom*, the • - - . 
TJrnath, Hossefteld in - . - 

TJrae, Kobert, son and hoir of John 
Urde, esquire, deceased. 



TJrde, John, esquire, deceased • - 1 
Urde, John, late of Newbyggvng - ) 
Urpath' Manor or vill of, or land, Ac, 
in. 

Withers, Wythers, John, clerk 

The same, Humftrev Conyngeeby, 
Seijeant-at-law, Richard Danby, 
Thomas Tempest, John Bateman- 
son*, and John BaJcet. 
The same, Ohanoellor of Durham. 
Thomas, Prior of the Oathedraf 
church of Durham, Ralph Bowes, 
knight, Willis|n Bulmer, esquire, 
Bicnard Danby, Thomas Tempest* 
John Batemanson', John Baket, 
Richard Baynbrig, and John Bent- 
ley. 
The same, Richard Chaumley|knight, 
Edward RaddytF, John Bentley, 
William Bouyngton', John Anesley* 
and John Bydnell. 
Weltden, Thomas, of Weltden - 
Wolsyngham, park of • . . 

Waroale, forest of . . . 

Wardalle, Stanehop in - 
Whitfeld, Giles, late of Durham, la- 
bourer, otherwise yeoman, otherwise 
Giles Whitfield, late of Crake, yeo- 
man. 
Witton in Werdale ") p^i^x, tj.„„^ ^, 
Werdale, Witton in j ^^^^ ^^^rs of - 
Wolsyngham, Thomas H!all', Rector of 
Withers, John, clerk, otherwise John 
Withers, clerk. Chancellor of Dur- 
ham, otherwise late of London, 
clerk, otherwise one of the Justices 
of the Peace, otherwise the Bishop's 
Official and Sequestrator-Generel, 
&c. 
Were, the river - - - - 

Werdale, the tenants and other in- 
habitants of the forest of. 



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Wolsyngham, yill of, market and fairs 

at. 
Witton, wood of - 
Wolsyngham, vili and territory of 
Were, the river - - - 

Willyamson, ThomaSj dhaplain 
Were* the river - • - 



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Have grant. Jointly and severally, of 
the offices of porter and Keeper 
of the manor of Darlington, and 
bailiff of the manor of Oon>m Man- 
devill, for life, with tiie fee of 
BS$. 4d. per annum, 

iSlM Possoure, John - - • 

See Hedworth*, John - 



Has grant of the offices of the 
Keepership of the manor and gar- 
dens of Houeden in the ooun^ of 
York, and of the Bishop's grana- 
ries there. 

See Durham,the Prior, Ac, of 

See Turpyn, William - 

Has licence of entry into the lands, 
Ac, late of John Urde, late of 
Newbyggyng, in the ooun^ of 
Norhuxi, uncle of the said Robert, 
without prosecution of livery, Ac., 
and pardon for all intrusions, Ac., 
therein. 

iSM Urde, Robert 

See Hedworth', John ... 



Is appointed Chancellor of the 

Bisnoprick of Durham. 
Are appointed Justices of Assise 

and of Pleas of the Crown in the 

counties of Durham and Sadbergh. 

(Repeated.) 
Are appointed Justices of the Peace, 

Ac., for the counties of Durhiun 

and Sadbeigh. 



Are i4)pointed Justices of the Peace, 
Ac., in the counties of Norham- 
shire and Elandshire. 

See Bwynbum*, John ■ 

See Tempest, Rowland 

See Lomley, Richard - 

See Fetherestanehalgh', Richard 

Hss general pardon - 



See Eure, Ralph 

See Hair, Thomas - 
Has general pardon - 



See Durham, the Prior, Ac., of 
Have grant of a market to be held 
within the vill of Wolsyngham on 
the Monday of cveiy week, and 
two fairs to be held yearly on the 
da^' of St. John before tbe Latin 
Gate, and on the feast of the 
Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. 
See Werdale, the tenants, Ac, of - 

See Durham, the Prior, Ac., of 
See Tempest, Thomas 

See Durham, the Prior, Ac, of 

^8(90 Boketi John . • . 



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Babject. 



Tew of 

Pontifl- 
catc&o. 



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28 

81 
8S 
35 

S6 



7 
8 

9 



11 
19 
20 



82 
88 



Withen, John, clerk. Chancellor of 
Bttrham. 



Wolayngham, IMffk of - 
Wy»»e. the nver- - - -') 

WvBkemore - . - -^ 

Wheteleyhiir» Richard Baynbrige of) 



Wotton', George 



^]{^i} flaheries in the river Twede 

West Charrington') .n ^# ^ 

W( 

Wynston* hmd* ftc, in 



SSI?*^°1in»nororvmpf. 



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) 



WestBoldon -r ^i.„j jl,„ ;„ 
Whitbem' -' OTlAnd,&o„in 

Wyni 

Warden* Stanehop* in, lands, Ac., in 
the Till and territory of. 

Tork, Houeden and Houedenshire in 

the county of. 
The same • - • . . 

Tork, Alverton and AlTortonahire in 

the county of. 
Tork, manor of Allerton in the county 

of. 
Tounghusbond, Bertram 
Tork, Houeden in the county of 
The same - . - . . 

Tork, Avon in the coun^ of, Ralph 

Evers of. 
Tork, lordship of Allerton in the 

oountvof. 
Tork. Houeden in the county of 
Tarelbrd, a fishery in the river Twede 



Has nant of the custodv of the 
lanos late of Ralph Both , esquire, 
Eleanor, widow of Robert La- 
bum', James Boys, and Elizabeth 
his wife, Thomas Strangwvsse, 
late of Ketton', Laurence Haye, 
and Ralph Qray of Chelynghun, 
kni(;ht, deceased, durini^ the mi- 
norities of thoir respective heirs, 
together with the marriage of the 
said heirs. 

See Tempest, Rouland 

See Metcalfl, James • 
iS!90 Baynbrige, John - 
See Anesley, John 

See Hedworth', John • 

See Fulthorp', William 

See Pethirs&Dahalgh', Nicholas 



iSSM Rokeby, Thomas - 

See Constable, Marmaduke 
See Scarlet, Edmund - 

See Scarlet, Edmund - 

See Brygham, Christopher 
See Vescy, Thomas • 
Ste Kydd, John 
See Eure, Ralph 

See Metcalfl, James - 

See Pisher, Richard - 
See Anesley, John 



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Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) Joseph Burtt. 



41. (69.) Boll No. 2 of Christopher Bainbridge, Bishop of 

Durham. 



Id' 



2d' ft 
3d' 



Biremore, Agnes, widow of Hugh 
Hogeaon of. 

Bcnrngton, Isabella, widow of TbomaB 
Maners, esquire, of. 

Burden, Jane, senior, one of the sit- 
ters and heirs of Isabella Burdon. 



Barbume, William, gentleman 



tSifftf Hogeson, Agnes . - • 

/8!ee Manors, Isabella - . • 

Memorandum that she surrendered, 
to William Walker, of Whitbeme, 
all her interest in a messuage, Ac., 
in the vill and territory of Whit- 
beme. 

Has the following Mortgage Deeds 
enrolled :— - 

1. Grant by him of a messuage, &c., 
called •• Frosterlehall," in Pros- 
terley, to William Bulmcr, knight. 
John Bulmer,esquire, John RaKot, 

Sentleman, John Bentley, and 
ohn Graunge of Durham, draper. 

2. Appointment of John Henryson, 
bailiff of WolsynghAm. and Ro- 
bert Whelpden of Wolsyngham, 
yeoman, as his attorneys to give 
seisin of the messuage, Ac., to the 
parties named in the fint deed. 

8. Indenture declaring that the said 
William Buhner and his co-fe- 
offees shall be seised of the said 



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8d' 



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8 



Year Of 
Pontifi- 
cate, ftc. 



Biilmer, William* knight 
Bulmer, John, eaquire • 
Bentley, John . . - 

Braidwode, close in • • 

Clapham. Christopher, esquire - 
Ohelynxham, Elizabeth, widow 
Ralph Gn^ of • 



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Golcerton, mesniage, ftc, in the rill 

and territory of - - 

Cokerton, William Watson of • 

Cowlaon, Balph, of Wolsyngham 



Dolphanby, John, of Gateshead 



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Dolphanby, Alice 
Dolphanby, Robert 

Durham, Robert Selby, yeoman, of 
Durham, Jolin Graunge, draper, of 



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Pethentanhalgh, Alexander, esquire • 

Fetherstanhalgh, Elianora, widow of 

Aleiander, esquire. 
Frosterley, messuage, ftc., called 

"Prosterlehair'in. 

Gray, Elisabeth, widow of Ralph, late 
of Ohelyngham, knight. 



Gateshead, chantry in the church o 

the Blessed Mary in - 
Gateshead, John Dolphanby of 
Gates, Robert, of Norton 
Graunge, John, of Durham, draptf 

Graunge, John - - • 



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Hogeeon, Agnes, widow of Hugh, late 

of Biremore. 
Hedley> Uairtaret, widow of Edward • 



mflssuage, ftc. to the use of the 
said Jonn Graunge and his heirs, 
until the said William Barbume 
shall have paid the sum of eleTon 
marks. 

4. Grant by the said William Bar- 
bume of a close in Bmidwode, 
in the county of Durham, called 
" Westerlels,^ to John Graunge, 
Ralph Cowlson of Wolsyngham, 
and John Graunge of Durham, 
draper, to the use of John Graunge, 
draper. 

6. Appointment of John Henryson 
and Robert Whelpden, both of 
Wolsyngham, yeomen, as attor- 
neys of the said William Bar- 
bume, to give seisin of the close 
to the parties named in the fourth 
deed. 

6. Indenture declaring that the said 
John Graunge and hia co-feoffees 
shall be seised of the said close to 

. the use of the said John Graunge, 
draper, and his heirs, until the 
saia William Barbume shall have 
paid the sum of ten marks. 

See Barbume, William 



8es Gray, Elizabeth 



aee Watson, William • 

See Barbume, William 

Enrolment of a Deed dated A.D. 
1422, by which he grants to Ro- 
bert Dolphanby, son of Alice Dol- 
phanby. daughter of the said John, 
the right of collating and pre- 
senting to a chantry recently es- 
tablished in the church of the 
Blessed Mary in Gateshead. 

See Dolphanby, John . - . 

See Morton, W^ran - 
See Barbume, William 

Writ of diem claneit extremum 

To have assignment of dower 

See Barbume, William 



Has pardon for having married 
Christopher Clapham, esquire, 
without licence, and writs of aa- 
signment of dower directed, in 
her fkvour, to the Escheators of 
Durham and Norham. 

See Dolphanby, John - 

See Loweson, Thomas 

See Barbumet William 

To have assignment of dower 
To have aasigametit of dower 



BedeTa* 

eante. 

S«Hfln.7. 

Pontif. 
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Subject. 



Tear of 
Pontifi- 
cate,ftc. 



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Helperby, Wabran Morton, yeomant 

HeniTion, John, bailiff of Wolsyng- 
ham. 

Ketton. Isabella, widow of Thomaa 
Btrangwasohe, of. 

Loweion, Tbomas, son and heir of 
Bobert, of Norton. 



Manen, lBabella» widow of Thomaa, 
of Beiyngton, eaquire. 

Morton, Walran.of Helperby in York- 
shire, yeoman. 



Norton, messuage, fto, in 
rThomas, son a 

Norton-^ Robert Loweson 
CRobert Gates 



in - -^ 

and heir off 

esonof • -C 

of - -J 



Baket, John, gentleman 

Strangwaache, Isabella, widow of 
Thomas, of Ketton. 

Symaon, Robert, of Cokerton - 

Solby, Robert, of Durham 

" Tannfeldleigh," land, &c., caUed - 

Wataon, William, of Cokerton - 



Walker, William, of Whitbeme - ) 
Whitbwne, messuages, Ac, in - -) 
Wdqmgham, John Henrysou, baililT 

of - - 

Whelpden, Robert, of Wolsyngham, 

yeoman • 

{Robert 
yeoman, .. 
Ralph Cowlson, 



Whdpden, [ 
of - 
rison, of -J 



See MortOD, Walran • 
See Barbume, William 

See Strangwasohe, Isabella 



Memorandum that he surrendered 
to Robert Gates, of Norton, all 
his interest in a messuage, ftc., in 
the vill and territory of Morton. 

Writ of diem claueU e x tre m nm, 
erroneously described in the mar^ 
gin as a writ de dote aeeiffnanda. 

Memorandum, that he surrendered 
to Robert Selby, of Durham, yeo- 
man, all his interest in land, Ac., 
caUed" Tannfeldleigh." 



iSMLoweaon Thomas 

See Barbume, William 

To have assignment of dower 

See Watson, William • 
See Morton, Walran - 
iS(M Morton, Walnm - 



Has enrolment of a surrender by 
him to Robert Symson, of Coker- 
ton, of fl^ his interest in a mes- 
suage, Ac, in the vill and territory 
of Cokerton. 

jS!m Burdon, Jane • - . 



See Barbume, William 



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cante. 

S4Hen.7. 

Pontif. 

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Sedeva- 

cante. 

MHra.?. 



Pontif. 
1 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REFOST OV THE 



42. (70.) Roll No. 1 of Tqohas BinHi.LL, Bishop op Dubbam. 
(Pontificate extended from 3rd Jul; 1509 to 4th Febrnai; 1522-3.) 



Asthlon, Hugh, slerk, Clmncelli'r 
Durham, Tfinmm*, Prior of the |i 
thednl Churrb ur Durham, Ilm 

Shrvy.ConynKiwbT.iHiuuttbe Kind 



Aneals;, Jahn. eMlQira • 

Aiahton, llujfh. rlurk, "in ikmlu 
BacaUariMi," Chmoellor of liiu^ 
ham. Richard Chomlej'. ki^iLrtat, 
Bdnnl BaJclyfla, knight, WiIInHd 
BoiijuKton. cuuln^ Juhn Aiii'slO'. 
eaqiure, and Jonn Beduell, 
Anesley, John, emuirn • 
Alilavna, Bttlpb Bother Utc ot - 
Ai»htnn. HuKh, clerk, " ta defr-tit 
BacaUtritu," Chancellor of Uiir- 
hiuo, ThomM, Prior of the Catlie- 
dral Ghunrh of Duriunn. Hnmphre; 
Conynmih;, one of the Kior'ii Ju>- 
tieu^ the Khu'i Boncb, Williiim 
FnjTtu, ono of the Kinc's Jasticsi 
of the Common Bench, Thiimu 
Kaye. clerk. Bachdnr of Liim, 
Buluh Bum blight, Kalph B e>. 
Thomiu Tcmuttt. John Eakui ta- 
qu n- and John Btntluv 
ABahlon Hugh clerk, " i» iJi r it 
B^rallarmn' Chanrellm- nf II ir- 



°cJ^« 



[if Durhikm H n phT«y 



Benllej. 
ABhl«n, Bnnh, Chano 



Anckland, North ^, 



la appointed Chanrallor and Ke- 

oeiser-Oeneral of Durtiatn, 
Writ dt inlndemio in favour ol 
them B> Juiticcs o[ Aiaiia and 
JumicM in Byro in Durhsm and 
Sadbcrne. (See alio Aclmc.) 



VTit de inUaiitndo in hrour o( 
them aa Jurticea of the Peace tn 
Durham and Sadbei^. (8ei alto 

CommiiaiDn b; which thejr are ap- 

Kinted Junioei ot AaaiK. and 
aticea in Bm In Duriiam and 
Sadherae. 
Cammlnlon 
poinied Jni 
Durham anc 
Ii appointed St 

and Elandihi . 
Are appointed Juaticee of Ihc Peace 



uniaaion by tthidi they are at 

linied Jnatlcea of the Peace I 

and Badbein. 

■ ~ iffof Hoi 



i9« Aaahlon, Hngh - 
8m Bothe, Richard - 
Are appointed Juatimg In SyK and 

Juatioea of Aaaiao in Durham and 

Sadberee, 



Are appointed Juitioes in Byro and 



de inifntltnd/? ii 



Alvcrlon, larm of the buixh of -1 

Alierton, Edmnad ScarieR of, and > 
Thomas bia aon • - -J 



intondivda in favour o 
Justices of the I'uaco ii 
and Sadhuiye. Th< 



Set Duriiam and Sadbtim. 

Sheriff of. 

jia mnt of the otHrp of k)^ 

or Parker of Ilic pnrk of Fran 

leyn near Durham. 
See Claiton, laabella - 
5m York, Thomas, Archbiihop o 



DEPT71T KEEPER OF THE PX7BLIC RECOBDS. 



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7 



8 



iO 
11 

12 



IS 
14 



16 



Bowea» Balph, knight - 
Bulmer, Wuliam, esquire 
Batnuuifloii, John 
Bentley, John - 
fiulmer, William, knight 



§ 



Bonyngton, William • - '") 

Beduell, John . . . -> 

Bothe, Bichardj esquire, and John 
Ferkynson. 



Bothe, Jane and Anne> daughters of 
Balph. 

Bowes, Bolph, knight - 

Buhner, WiUiam, esquire 

Batemanson, Jolm 

Bentley, John 

Bowes, Ralph 

Bentley, John • - 

Buhner, William, junior, esquire, and 
Elizabeth his wife, daughter and 
heir of William Elmeden* esquire. 



} 



Bettis, Anne, Elizabeth, and Catha- 
rine, dauf^bters and beirs of Wil- 
liam Bettis. 



Brakenbery. Balph 
Brakenbery, Anthony 



Bume, Great, freehold in 
Buke, Richard, baiM of Sodbery 



Bentley, John 
The same - 



Bothe, William, esquire, William 
Conyers of Marske, esquire, John-' 
Moresby, and Qeorge wo . . 



Bothe, Bichard, esquire, and Philippa'^ 
his wife - - " "i 

Bmntoft, lands, ftc, in - - •) 

Brakenbery, Anthony . - - 

Bamys, Robert, late of Waldynfleyt, 
in the county of Suffolk, yeoman, 
otherwise described as late of Gates- 
bead, yeoman, and as late of 
Shields, labourer. 
Birkbe, William, of Fysshbum, yeo- 
man. 
Buhner, William, of Skymyngham, es- 
quire. 



Broune, Ohristopher 



See Oo; 



M Oonynsesby, Humphrey; 
Aashton,Mugn. 



alio 



Is appointed Sheriff of Durham and 
Sadberge. 

8ee Ghomley, Richard; aUo Assh- 
ton,Hugh. 

Have fprwat of the wardship and 
marriage of Jane and Anne, 
daughters and heirs of Ralph 
Bothe, late of Aldacre«, esquire. 

/Sm Bothe, Richard • • - 



See Conyngesby, Humphrey 

/Km Asshton, Hugh . . . 

Have licence to enter (without In- 
quisition, ftc) upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by the said William 
Elmeden, and oy Elizabeth, widow 
of William Elmeden. knight, the 
fkther of the said William Elme- 
den, esquire, and pardon for all 
intrusions upon the same. 

Have licence to enter upon all the 
lands, Ac, lately held by the said 
William, and piurdon fbr all intru- 
sions upon the same. 

Inepexinnts of a record of an Assise 
of Novel Disseishi held in the 
third year of this Pontificate, to 
enouire whether they had wrong- 
fully disseised Robert Labume of 
his fireehold in Great Bume, 
Btrotherfeld, Houghton-in-the- 
Spryng, and Shipley. The judg- 
ment was that the said Robert 
was to be ti» miserieordia for 
having raised a false claim, and 
various settlements are recited. 

See Brakenbery, Ralph 

Has grant of uie otnce of marshal 
or clerk of the market of all cities, 
boroughs, Ac, in the Bishopric of 
Durham. 

See Asshton, Hugh ; alio Conynges- 
by. Humphrey. 

See A^hton, Hugh - 

Impeximui of a recovenr of a 
moie^ of the manor of Tunstall, 
a third part of the manors of 
Thorpcthewlee, and Hurworth-on- 
the-More, and lands, Ao., in Tun- 
s'tall. Thorpethewles, Hurworth, 
Morleston, Thurston, Owton, 
Bmntoft, and Wolston, obtained 
by them against Bichard Bothe, 
esquire, and Philippa his wife. 

See Bothe, William - . . 

See Lomley, John, Lord - * 
Has a general pardon. There is 
also a writ to tho Sheriff of Dur- 
ham to set him at liberty. 

See Huddismaughc, Roland - 

Has grant of the wardship and mar- 
riage of Anthony, son and heir of 
William Esshe, of Skymyngham, 
and (in the event of hu death 
during minority) of successive 
hehrs until one shall attain full 
age. 

Is iwpointed clerk of the Halmotes 
within the Bidio]nio of Durham. 



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4 



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7 



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Mem- 
bnuie. 





Tear of 
Pontifi- 
cate, Ac 



15 

18 
80 

21 



27 



28'ft8e 



Banke, Thomaa • • • - 

Bentl^y, John .... 
Bowes, Aalph, knight • 

Bentley, John . . . • 

BrudenelL Robert, knight • •) 
Bentley,John - - . .J 

Brudenell, Robert, knight, Hum- 
phrey Ooiumgesby, knight, the 
King's Justice of the Kineps Bench, 
BriMi Palmes, and Anthony Pits- 
Herbert, Seixeants^it-law, Ralph 
Sure, knight, William Hilton, 
knight, WiUiam Hanshert. kxiigbt. 
Thomas Pairfiiz. Thomas Tempest, 
and John Bentley. 
Bentley, John . . . . 

Brudenell, Robert, knight, Hum- 
phrey Conyngesby, knight, the 
King's Justice of the King^s Bench. 
Brian PiUmes and Anthony Fits- 
Herbert, Sergeants-at-law, William 
Prankleyn, Chancellor of Durham, 
and John Bentley. 
Bentley, John . . . . 

Bruke, Richard, 8ergreant-at-law -> 
Barmton, lands, &c., in * - -i 
Bedeuell, John - - . . 

Byeres, land, &c., in 

Buckingham, Edward. Duke of 
Buhner, William, knixht 
Branspath, castle and manor of, and 

lands, &C., in • 
Byllerawe - 

Brandon, East and West 
Byres . - - 

Bynchester - - lands, Ac., 

Byrden.We8t - - f in 

Birtley 
Bolome 
Blayden - 



Bothe, William, William Conyers,j 
and Qeorge wytton 



L 



Bothe, Richard, and Philippa, his 

wife. 
Bowca, Margery, of Dalden, widow of 

Ralph Bowes, knight. 



Bnlmer, William, knight 

Boltojp, Henry Sorope, Lord Scrope of 

Brakenbery* Matilda, widow of Wil-^ 
liam ..... 

Brakenbery, Robert de - 

Brakenbery, Peter de (son of Wil- 
liam), and Cecilia his wife - 

Brakenbeiy, Thomas de (son of 
Peter), and Agnes his wife - 

Brakenoery, Oiloert, son of Robert de 

Brakenbery, Alice, daughter of Gil- ' 
bert de - - - - - 

Brakenbery, Matilda, sister of Alice 
de - • - • - 

Brume -") 

Burune or > manor of Great • 

Bum ') 

Boldofl, West, land in • 



Is appointed Coroner of the ward 

of dtockton, 
Sm Hanshert, William 
Is appointed Sheriff of Durham and 

Badberge. 
Is appointed Esoheator of Durham 

and Badberge. 

See Lomley, John, Lord 

Are appointed Justices of Qnol De- 
livery in Durham and Badberge. 



See Brudenell,* Robert 

Are appointed Justices in Eyre, and 

Justices of Assise, in Durham and 

Badberge. 



See Brudenell, Robert 

Sde Urswike, Christopher 

See Ogle, Robert 
See Claxton, Isabella - 



See York, Thomas, Archbishop of 



Have licence to grant to Richard 
Bothe, esquire, with remainders 
over, a moiety of a third part of 
the manor of Thorpethewles, and 
a moiety of the lands. Ac., in 
Thorpethewles and Wolveaton, 
lately recovered against the said 
Richard Bothe, and Philippa his 
wife, by them together with John 
Moresby, since deceased. 

iSM Bothe, Tmiiam • 

Writ dieeeneumis «t lUie against 
her, according to which she is to 
incur a penalty of 600/., in case 
she or her servants commit any 
breach of the peace -against John 
Jakeson of Esyngton, and Richard 
his son. 

See Conyers, William - • . 

See Bcrope, Henry 



iS!M Claxton, Robert - 



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7 

10 

8 
10 



10 
10 



10 

10 

10 
10 



11 



Un- 
dated. 



Un- 
dated. 

Un- 
dated. 



Pontif. 
12 
12 



12 



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8 

10 



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U 



16 
18 

to 



Besie, aliaa Boys', Richard, brother 
and heir of John Boya^ the son and 
heir of James Boys, alias Besso. 



Bothe, Ralph, and Christabel his wife, 
and Jane and Anne, their daughters. 
Brandlyng, Robert and George 

Bnlmor, William, knight, and Thomas 
Tempest, survivors, together with 
William Bulmer, esquire, John Ra- 
kett, and Roland Tempest, since de- 
ceased. 

Bulmer, William, esquire 

Bulmer, William, knighc • - ) 

Bentloy, John . . - -/ 

OonTngesby, Humphrey, one of the 
Kingrs Justices, Richstfd, Lord Lum- 
ley, Ralph Sure, knight, Ralph 
Bowes, knight, William Bulmeiv es^ 
quire, Thomas Tempest, John Bat- 
manson, John Raket, and John 
Bentley. 

Gonyngesby, Humphrey 

Chomley, Richard, knight, Edward 
Radclyiire. knight, Wimam Bonyng- 
ton, and John Beduell. 



Ghomloy, Richard, knight 

Conyers, John, son and neirof Robert, 
and of Margaret wife of the said 
Robert, daughter and heir of Roland 
Darcye, esquire. 

Gonyngesby, Humphrey, one of the 
King^s Justices of theXing's Bench, 
Wilfiam Parefisx, one of the King's 
Justices, Ralph Sure, knight, Ralph 
Bowes, knipnt, William Hilton, es- 
quire, William Bulmer, esquire, 
William Hansard, esquire, Richard 
Heskethe, Thomas Tempest, John 
Batemanson, Joltm Rakett, and John 
Bentley. 



ConyxuDBsby. Humphrey, Justice of 
tM Kinirs Bench. 

Oayme. Thomas, son and heir of Wil- 
liam. 



Go: 



>n3rnge8by, Humphrey, 
the King's Bench. 



Justice of 






Gonyngesby, Humphrey, one of the 
K ws Justices of the Kin^s Bench, 
Wilfiam Fayrfluce. one of tne King's 
Justices of Gommon Bench, Brian 
Palmes, Sergeant-at-law, Ralph 
Sures, knight, William Hilton, es- 

Jtuire, John Rakett, and John Bent- 
ey. 
Conyngesl^, Humphrey. Justice of 

the King s Bench. 
Conyers, William, of Marske, esquire 
Crayk, John, late of Morden in the 
county of (^unbridge. yeoman, other- 
wise described as of Shields, la- 
bourer, and as John Johnson, late 
of Gateshead, yeoman. 
hopbume, John Swynbume of 
Cmwcroke, lands, &c., in - • 

Coundon, manor or grange of • 
Crake, William TailUour, Rector of - } 
Crake, lands, &c, in - - -i 

Gonyngesby, Humphrey, knight. Jus- 
tice of the King's Bench. 
Gonyngesby, Humphrey, knight, Jim- 
tioe of the King's Bench. 



Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, ACm upon the lands, &c., 
fbrmerly held by the said John or 
James, and remission of all claims 
with respect to his marriage. 

4800 Smythe, George . - - 

Have grant of the wardship and 
marriage of Agnes, daughter and 
heir of William Hl^hfelcL 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
from John Trollop, esquire, of the 
manor of Little Eden, and lands, 
Ac., in M ordon without licence. 

See Bulmer, William, knight 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Writ de ifUettdendo in fkvour of 
them as Justices of Gaol Delivery 
in Durham and Sadberge. The 
commission by which they are 
appointed appears on memb. 2. 



iSM Asshton, Hugh . . . 

Are appointed Justices of Gaol De- 
livery in Norhamshireand Eland- 
shire. (The writ de intendendo 
in their favour appears on memb. 

4.) 

See Asshton, Hugh ... 

Has licence to enter, without In- 
quisition, Ac., upon the lauds, Ac., 
lately held by the said Robert 
fuid Margaret, and pardon for all 
intrusions upon the same. 

Are appointed Justices of Gaol De- 
livery in Durham and Sadberge. 



<SSm Asshton, Hugh . • . 

Has licence to enter, without In- 

Sttisition, Ac., upon the lands, Ac., 
itely held by the said William, 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same. 
i8!M Asshton, Hugh . . . 

Are appointed Justices of Gaol De- 
livery in Durham and Sadberge. 
There is also a writ de intendendo 
in their favour on the same mem- 
brane. 



iSlM Asshton, Hugh • •* . 

iS^ Bothe, William - 

Has a general pardon. There is 
also a writ to the ShorifT of Dur- 
ham to set him at liberty. 



See Swynbume, John 
See Labume, Roger • 
See Tempest, Roland - 

iSbM TailUour, William 

See Lomley, John, Lord 

See Bmdcnell, Robert {bit) 



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18 

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4 
4 



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6 



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8 
9 

10 

8 

10 



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Glaxton, Inbella* widow, uid BfSlph 
Claxton her boil 



CUurton. BAlph ... 
Claxton, Robert, knight 

Canterboiy, William Archbishop of-' 

Oamboys, manor of and lands, fto., in 

Croko 

Coksydhowa 

Coniehowe - 

Gokfelde • Viands, Ac, in 

Gokerton • | 

Coltparke • 

GhapynfftonJ 

Couyers, William 



Conyers, William, knight, Lord Con- 

yers, William Bulmer, knight, Ni- 

nian Markynfold, knight. Anno 

Palmer, widow, mother of Thomas 

Conyers, Robert Skirgill. Thomas 

Tempest, Boland Place, esquire, 

John Sortes, clerk, William Rokeby, 

and Christopher Conyers. 

Conyers, Christopher - - -"> 

Conyers, Thomas • > •} 

Castle Eden. Robert Welbery, late of 

Claxton, Robert • - . - 



Have a lease fhnn the Bishop, for 
forty years, of lands, ftc^ in 
North Auckland, West Auckland, 
and Byeres near Korth Auckland. 
(Deed enrolled.) 

A0 Claxton, Isabella - - • 

See Wodiyngton, Ralph 



See York, Thomas, Arohbishop of 



iSiM Bothe, William 



Fsrdou for the aoqnirition by them 
flrom Thomas Conyers, kuight, of 
the manor of Sokebum, and lands, 
ftc., in Sokebum without licence. 



See Conyers, William ... 

See Welbei^, Robert - . . 

Has exempulication of the following 
records:— (1.) Pleadings in which 
Matilda widowof William Braken- 
bery claimed, in dower, af^nst 
Robert de Brakenbery, a third 
part of the manors of Brume, Bhip- 
ley-near-Bedbume, andCrok' near 
Bichebume, and in which the said 
Robert alleged that he hdd the 
said manors by virtue of deed 
executed by the said William. 

g.) Pleadings in which the said 
atilda claimed, in dower, against 
Peter de Brakenbery (son and heir 
of the ssld WUliam) a third part 
of lands, Ac., in Wotton, Midle- 
ham, and Sedgefleld, and against 
Robert de Brakenbery a thira part 
of the manors of Great Brume and 
Shipley, and obtained judgment 
against the said Peter only. (S.) 
Further pleadings as in No. 1, and 
Judgment in favour of the said 
Robert, and to the effect that the 
said Matilda was to have dower 
out of the lands descending to the 
said Peter only. (All these plead, 
ings are of the time of Bishop 
Beaumont.) (4.) Inquisition (of 
the time of Bishop Hatfield) by 
which it was found that Peter de 
Brakenbery was, on the day of 
his death, seised of no lands except 
(oonjobitiy vrith his wife (Cecilia) 
of the manor of Hettou, for their 
lives, with remainder to Thomas 
son of Peter de Br^enbery, and 
to Agnes his wife and their heirs. 
(6.) inquisition (of the time of 
Bishop Hatfield) by which it was 
found that Robert de Brakenbuiy 
held three parte of the manor of 
Shipley, and the manor of Great 
Burune, and that Gilbert his son 
was his heir. (0.) Inquisition 
taken in 6 Rio. II. by which it was 
found that Alice daughter of Gil- 
bert de Brakenbery held the 
manor of Great Burune and Little 
Shipley, and that her sister Matil- 
da was her heir. (7.) Inquisition 
(of the time of Bishop Langley) 



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11 



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dated. 
Pontif. 
12 



12 

12 
12 



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101 



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Hem- 
bnme. 



Nflme. 




Tear of 
Pontifi- 
cate. &o. 



S8ftS9 



96 

1 



3 
1 
6 
6 



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8 

9 
10 



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12 



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16 

18 



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20 



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28 



Clflxton, Matilda, widow of John - > 
Orok' near Bichebume, manor of * i 
Gonyers, William, knight, Lord Con- 
yers. 

IHirham. Hugh Asshton, Chancellor 

and Receiver-General of. 
Durham and Badberse, John Perkyn- 

son. Sscheator of. 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices of 

Gaol Delivery in. 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices oi 

Assise inland Justices of the Peace 

in - - - • • 

Durham, Hugh Ashton, Chancellor of 
Durham, Thomas, Prior of 
Durham and Sadberge, Sheriff of 
Darcye, Margaret, daughter of Boland 
Dalton, John . . . - 

Durham, Hugh Asshton, Chancellor 

of - - - - , - 

Durham,Thonias, Prior of the Cathe- 
dral Church of- - - -I 
Durham and Sadbeige, Justices in 

Eyre and of Assise m - • -J 

Durhiun Castle, Constable of - 
Dedynsale, manor of • 
Dedynsale, manor of - • 

Didynsale, Thomas Surte88e,ewiuire, 

iateof .... 
Darlington, lands, Ac., in 
Durham, clerkship of markets in the 

Bishopric of. 
Durham, Hugh Asshton, Chancellor' 

of ... - 

Durham and Sadberge, Justices 

JB^vre and Justices of Assise in 
Durtuun and Sadberge, Justices of 

Gaol Delivery in. 
Durham, Hugh Asshton, Chanoellor*^ 

of 

Durham, Thomas, Prior of the Cathe- 
dral Church of ... 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices of 

the Peace in - - - - 
Durham and Sadberge, the Sheriff of 






m 



lor") 



pea-'J 
of -J 



Durham, Clerk of Hahnotes in the 

Bishopric of. 
Durham, William Frankelyn Trea 

surer of - 
Durham, Hahnotes in the county 
Durham and Sadberge, Sheriff of 
Durham, Bailiff of the ci^ of - 
Durham and Sadberge. Sheriff of 
Durham, Chancellor of - 
Durham and Sadberge, Escheator of 
Durham, Thomas, Prior of the Cathe-' 

dral Church of- - . - 

Durham, William Frankleyn, Chan- 
cellor (rf- - - - - 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices of 

the Peace in - - - •. 

Durham and Sadberge, Justices of 

Gaol Delivery in 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices in' 

Byre, and of Assise m 
Du]iiam« William Frankleyn, Chan 

oellorof - . - 

Durham and Sadberge, Justices of the 

Peaoein 



:} 



by which it was found that Matil- 
da, widow of John Claxton, knight, 
was sc^ised of the manor of Great 
Bum, and of lands in Westboldon. 

iS^ Claxton, Bobert • 

See Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of 

See Asshton, Hugh - 
See Perkynson, John - 
See Conyngesby, Humphrey 

See Asshton, Hugh - 



See Buhner, William 
See Conyers, John 
See Wotton, Thomas 



See Asshton, Hugh 



See Bowthall, Bichard 
See Surtes, John 

« 

See Place, John 

See Buke, Bdchard - 



See Asshton, Hugh - 
See Conyngesby, Humphrey 



See Asshton, Hugh 



Is commissioned to seise the lands, 
goods, Ac of all persons bom in 
obedience to the King of the Scots 
who are inhabitants of Durham 
and Sadberge. All difficulties 
which mav arise are to be deter^ 
mined bv Hugh Asshton, the Chan- 
cellor m Durham, and WUliam 
Franklen, the Treasurer. 

See Broune, Christopher 



See Frankeleyn, William 

See Bowes, Balph 
See Gower, John 
See Lompley, Roger - 
See Frankleyn, 'William 
See Bentl^, John 



See Lomley, John, Jjord 



See Bradenell, Robert 



See Bradenell, Robert 
See Ogle, Robert 



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11 
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21 



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7 

10 

11 

12 



IS 



Durham and Sadberge* Sheriff of 
Thenune- - - - - 

Dioonsfelde-^ 

DafteSl,«y" >«*'*«•••" • • 

DarliDKton ') 

BacrCf Philip, esquire • 

The same - • - . • 

Durham* bailiff of tho city of - 

Durham, array, retainers, and liveries 
in the county of. 

Dacre, Thomas, knight, Lord Dacre" 
and Gilhrsland ... 

Durham, Hugh, Prior of - - 

Durham, William Frankeleyn, Chan- 
cellor of . . - - 

Durham, neglect of inhabitants of the 
Palatinate of, to serre against the 
Soots 

Durham, Thomas Foster or Forster, 
Junior, late of, yeoman. 

Eure, Salpb, knight . • • 

Euers, Balph. knight . - - 

Bure, Bolpn, knight . . • 

Bure, Ralph, knight . . . 

fiden, William, son and heir of Wil* 

liam. of Preston-on-Tees. 
Estlikbume, lands, &c., in the ▼ill') 

and territory of - * * f 

BstlikbumcEobert Nethirton.late of ^ 
Elmeden, Elizabeth, daughter of Wil 

liam, esquire - ' - 
Blmcden, Elimbeth, widow of Wil 

liam, knight . - - 

Eures, Ralph, knight - 
The same - - - - - 

Elandahire, Sheriff of - 
Bsshe, Anthony, son and heir of Wil- 

liam of Skymjrngham. 
Euro, Ralph, knight - • -) 

Bure, William, knight - • -J 

Eure, Ralph, knight - 
Emeley, John, the King's Attorney- 

General. 
Eure, William, knight - - - 

Bmley, John, Chief Justice of the^ 

King's Bench - . - 

Estbrandon') 

Eldon - Mands, &c., in 
Elwyke •) 
Easington, John Jakeson of - 

Esyngton (jNMttm) 

Eden, Little, manor of • - 

Eden, Little, messuage in 

Fethirstanehalgh, Guy - 



The same 



Farefax, William 
Fayifax. William 
Felling Morton, land, Ac., in • 
Fayriax, William, Justice of the Com- 
mon Bench. 
The same -----') 
Frankleyn, William, clerk - -/ 
Franklon, William, Treasurer of Dur- 
ham. 

rWilliam Grayuon of - 
WUliam Berkley of. yeo- 

Firsshbuni-j wnflLm niwart of - 
1 Roland and John Hud- 
l. dismaugheof • -J 



See Eure. William - . . 

iSM Lomley, Roger . . . 

See York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 

Is appointed Eschoator in Norham- 

shire and Eliuidshiro. 
Is appointed Sheriff of Norhacnshire 

and Elandahire. 
iSed Gower, John . . . 

iS^ King, the - . • - 



See Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of 



See Foster, Thomas - 



See Conyngesbr, Humphrey • 
See Asshton, Hugh - 
See Conyngcsby, Humphrey 
See Assnton, Hu^h - 
See Marton. Chnatophcr 



See Nethirton, Isabella 



See Bulmer, William - 

See Conyngesby, Humphrey 
<8m Aashton, Hugh r 
See Radclyffe, Edward 
See Bulmer, William - 

See Lomley, John, Lord 

See Brudenell, Robert 

Sw Urswike, Christopher • 

Is appointed Sheriff of Durham and 
Sadberge. 

<Sm York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 



iSRee Jakeson, John . . . 

See Easington. 

iS!0« Bulmer, William - . . 

jSIm Hedworth, John • 

Is appointed clerk of the lead and 

iron mines within the Forest of 

Wordale. 
Has grant of the office of one of the 

four foresters in the High Forest 

of Wordale. 
See Conyngesby, Humphrey - 
iSM Asanton, Hugh - . . 

See Surtos, John ... 
See Astihton, Hugh ; edeo Conyngea* 

by, Humphrey. 

iSSm Asshton. Hugh • 

See Durham and Sadberge, the She- 
riff of. 



See Huddismaugho, Roland 



10 
10 

11 

12 

12 

13 

Reign. 

lSHcu.8. 



Pontif. 
14 



U 



1 
1 
1 
1 
2 



2 



3 

4 
4 
6 
7 

8 

10 
10 

10 



11 



Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 

14 

14 



1 
1 
8 
4 

4 
5 



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103 



No. 1. — Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Rnthall — coni. 




16 



18 



19 
20 



21 



80 
36 



8 

4 
12 

18 
18 

23 
30 



6 



9 
10 
11 

12 



Frankeleyn, Willimxi, clerk, Trea- 
Borer or Durham, and John Perkyn- 
aon. 

Frankeleyn, park of . . . 

Fulthorpe, James, aon and heir appa- 
rent of Christopher, and Elizabeth 
daughter of Catharine Place and 
John Place her husband. 

Fulthorpe, Chriftopher • 
Fulthorpe, manor of 



:} 



Franklejn, William, clerk 
Fitsherbert, Anthony, Sergeant-at-' 

law . - - - . 

Frankleyn, William, Chancellor of 

Durham .... 

FairflEuc, Thomas • - - -^ 

Fitxherbert, Anthony. Sergeant-at-') 

law - - - . .V 

FlairftuE, Thomas - - - .^ 

Fitxherbert, Anthony, Sergeant-at-S 

law - - - . -f 

Frankleyn, William. Chancellor ofi 

Durham ... -J 

Fyshbum, manor of . . . 



Frankeleyn. William, clerk. Master of 
the Hospital of Keipyere, and the 
brethren of the same place. . 



Fitswater, Robert Rodclyffe, knight,^ 
Lord i 

U-^^™!}lands,Ac.,in - -j 

Fulthorp, Thomas, and Anne his wife 
Frankeleyn. William, clerk. Chancel- 
lor of Diarham. 
Footer (in the margin called Forster) 
' Thomas, Junior, late of Durham, 
yeoman. 

Gray, Bdward, of Korham 

Qibsyde, John, son and heir of Wil- 
\iaia. Merley of. 

Gateshead, John Crayk, late of> yeo- 
man. 

Gateshead, Robert Bamys, late of - 

Grayson, William, of Fysriibum, yeo- 
man. 

Gower.John . . . . 

Grendon, landf, Ac., in - - . 

Gower,John - . - - 

Gillysland. Thomaa Dacre, Lord Dacre 
and. 



Hylton, William, esquire 

Hilton. William, esquire 
Hansard, William, eaqnire 
Heekethe. Richard 
Heniyson, John, of Woliiyngbam 



:} 



Hooghton-in-the-Sprjfng, freehold in 
Hilton, William, esquire 
Hilton, William, esquire 
Hansard, William, esquire 
Hurwortii-on-the*More. manor of, 
lands, Ac., in. 

35256. 



m 

:} 

',and 



Are appointed Commissioners to hold 
the Halmotes of the Bishop of 
Durham in ihe oountv of Durham 
and wapentake of Sadberge. 

iSSM Aston, Thomas . . . 

Pardon for the acquisition of the 
manor of Fulthorpe, and land. Sec, 
in Grendon by them from the said 
Christopher Fulthorpe without 
licence. 

See Fulthorpe, James 



Is appointed Chancellor of Durham 
See howlej, John, Lord 



See Brudenell, Robert 



See BmdeneU, Robert 
See Wodiyngton, Ralph 



JiMp«arifiiu« of adeeddatedIO Henry 
VIII., whereby they grant a lease 
of the manor or grange called " Le 
Estgraitee" of Keipyere to Wil- 
liam Hill and Alianora Tempest, 
widow, for the lives of the said 
William Hill and Alianora or the 
survivor. 

iSiM York. Thomas, Archbishop of - 

/SSm Smyth, George . . . 
See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Has a general pardon 



Is appointed Bsoheator of Norham 

smre and Elandshire. 
See Merley, John 

See Crayk, John 

See Bamys, Robert 



SeelLuAi 



>mvs, Jioi 
iddiflsnaui 



ghe, Roland 



Has grant of the office of bailiff of 

the city of Durham. 
See Fulthorpe, James 



See Torke, Thomas, Archbishop of - 

Has grant of the office of bailiff of 

the city of Durham. 
iSSM Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

la appointed Chief Forester of the 
High Foresft of Wardale. 

See Conyngesby, Humphrey - 

Haa grant of the wardship and mar- 
riage of Thomas, son and heir of 
Thomas Tebson of Wisill. 
See Brakenbery, Ralph 
See Conyngesl^, Humphrey - 

iS<00 Asshton, Hugh . . . 

iSM Bothe, William - 



7 
Un- 
dated. 



Un- 
dated. 
Pontit 
6 



8 



10 



10 

Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
10 



11 

18 

14 

14 



1 

1 

6 

5 
5 



Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
11 

18 

14 



1 
2 

4 
4 

4 

4 



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No. 1. — Durham Becords : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Buthall — cant. 




18 



16 



16 



21 
2S 



26 



28ft29 
S4 

35 



36 



12 
28 



5 

6 

11 

17 



Huddismaughe, Bdand, of Fyrah- 
bum, veoman, otherwiBe described 
M husDandinan and labourer. 



Huddismaughe^ John - - -) 

Hawart, John - ' - - •/ 

Hanshert, Willifun, knight^ John 
Bentlejt and John Fftrky^aon. 



HaU. John 



Hall, John, of Hidlam 



HUton, William, knight 
Haniihert, Willianip Imig^t 
The same ... 
Heswell, manor and yill of 



:} 



^lands, Ac., in 



Hill, William . 

Hereford, Charles, Bishop of - 

Hastynges, George, knight. Lord 

Hastynges .... 
Halywell - -"^ 
Helmeloue 
Helmparke 
Hedlehope 
Hedley - 
Hoton 
Hunwyke - 
Houghton-in-le- 

Spryng - 
Hawghton 
Hurhfeld, William, son and heir of 

Thomas. 



Hettou, manor of . . . 

Highfeld, Agnes, daughter and heir 

or William. 
Hedworth, John, and John Sayer, 

esquires, survivors, together with 

William Sayer and Balph Melott, 

esquires, since deceased. 
Highways, watch upon ... 



Jakeson, Edmund, Beotor of the 
church of Whitbeme. 



Johnson, John • - . 

Jakeson, John, of Eoyngton, 
Eichard his son. 



and 



Kelynghall, Hugh, esquire 
Keye, Thomas, clerk • - . > 

Key, Thomas, derk . . . 

Kemighall, William, son and heir of 
Hugh, esquire. 



Has a general pardon. On a fly- 
memlnane attached (18 a.) are the 
names of the sureties for his fU> 
ture ^pood behaviour, vis., John 
Huddismaughe, William Grayson, 
John Hawart,and William Birkbe, 
all of !F!ysdibum, yeomen. There 
is also a writ of Proclamation. 

See Huddismaughe, Boland • 

Have grant of the wardship and 
marriage of Margaret, daughter 
and heiress of Balph BadclySe of 
Timstall, esquire, and (in the 
event of her death during mino. 
rity) of successive heirs until one 
shall attain full age. 

Has grant of the office of bailiff, 
together with the poundershlp, of 
the manor of Miditham. 

Has grant of a lease, for thirty-one 
vears, of the " demesnes of Mid. 

See Lomley, John, Lord 

See Brudenell, Robert 
See Wodryngton, Balph 

iSM Frankeloyn, William 



See Tork« Thomas, Archbishop of 



Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, &c.. upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by nis fkwther, and par- 
don for all intrusions, Ac, upon 
the same, and previous alienations 
without licence. 

See Claxton, Bobert ... 

See Brandlyng, Bobert 

Pardon for the acquisition by them, 
from John TroUop, esquire, of a 
messuage in Little Eden. 

iSiM Proclamation 

Has grant of a messaMe and land 
in Whitbeme called "Potterhmd." 
lately in the tenure of John Tho- 
ralby, the former Bector, to be 
held by the said Edmund and his 
successors. 

See Crayk, John ... 

See York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 
iSstf Bowes, Margery . . • 



See Wotton. Thomas ... 

iSiM Ajuhton, Hugh . . . 

/Sm Asshton, Hugh . . . 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. Ac., upon the lands, Ao«, 
Ute^ held by the said Hugh or 
Elisabeth his wife^ or Isabella Kel- 
ynghall, mother of tiie said Hugh, 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same. 



5 
7 



7 

7 

• 

8 

10 
Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 

10 



11 



11 



12 
18 

14 



14 



8 



11 

Un- 
dated. 



Pontif. 
2 
1 

4 
7 



DEPUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RBCOEDS. 



105 



No. 1. — Durham BecordjB : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Buthall — cont. 




17 
2S 

S3 



as 



6 

9 

12 



18 



18 



90 



23 



27 
80 



6 



Kelynghall, EUcabeth. wife of Hngfa^ 
Ki^^nmaU, Elizabeth, mother of \ 
STiuth - - - - 






Keifevero, the Master and brethren^ 

of the Ho8|rital of - - - > 

Keipyere,*'leEstgraii^"of - •) 

Kenenton, lands, Aa, in - • 



King, the ■ 



King, the, Letters Patent of, recited 
in a writ to the Sheriff of Burham. 

Lnmley, lUchard, Lord . « • 

Leyke, near AUerton, rectory of 
Labnme, Bobert . . . 

Lomley, John, Lord 



Lomley, Boger, esquire 



Labnme. Roger, clerk. Walter Thom- 
son, clerk, and Nicholas Morton, 
esquire. 

Lompley, Roger, esquire 

Lomley. John, Lord, Thomas, Prior of 
the Cathedral Church of Durham, 
Robert Rmdenell, knight, Hum- 
phrey Connyngesby, knight, the 
King's Justice of the King s Bench, 
Brian FiQmea and Anthony Pitz- 
herbert, Sergeants-at-law. William 
Prankleyn, clerk, Ghancellor of 
Durham. Balph Eure. knight. Wil- 
liam HUton, knight, William Eure, 
knight, William Hanshert, knight, 
Thomas Tempest. Thomas Pairmx, 
and John Bentley. 

Lomley, Roger, esquire . • • 



Lylbume, lands, Ac, in 

Iiceke, rectory of ■ - - 

Lambton, Thomas Tempest of 

Merley. John, son and heir of Wil- 
liam, of Oibsyde, esquire 

Marton, Ghristopher 



8m KelynghaU. Hugh 



See Frankeleyn, William 

See York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 

Enrolment of Letters Patent by 
which he directs the Bishop of 
Durham to f^ipoint Commissioners 
for lurraying and insT>ecting all 
men above tne age of sateen, whe- 
ther cavalry or infantry, in the 
county of I)urham, and certify 
their state to him, so that the sta- 
tutes, Ac., against liveries and re- 
tainers may be enforced. 

iS!M Proclamation . . . 



Bee Conyngesby, Humphrey; aiUo 
A8shton,Hugh. 

See Scrop, John, Lord 

iSEsd Brakenbery, Ralph 

Writ disseneionu et lUie against 
him, according to which he is to 
incur a penalfy of IfiQOL if he or 
his servants attack Ralph Wy- 
clyfle and Anthony Brakenbery, 
or their servants. Similar writs 
are directed against the said 
Ralph and Anthony. 

Has grant of the wardship and mar- 
riaffe of Robert, son and heir of 
Ralph Melot, etquire. and (in tiie 
event of his death during mino- 
rity) of successive heirs until one 
shaU attain full age. 

Inepex4mu*<^ a recovery of lands, 
Ac., in Crawcroke by them a^^inst 
Edward Radcbrffe, esquire, in the 
fifth year of Bishop Fox's Ponti- 
ficate. 

Is appointed Sheriff of Durham and 
Sadberge. 

Are apponoited Justices of the Peace 
in Durham and Sadborge. 



Writ of eupertedetu with respect to 
the office of Sheriff of Durham and 
Sadberge, followed by a writ di- 
recting the said Roger to deliver 
up all prisoners and documents 
relating to them, fetters, Ac., to 
his successor, William Euro, 
esquire. 

See York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 

iSetf Scrope, Henry . - . 

See Tempest, Thomas 

Has licence to enter, without Inqui- 
sition, upon the lands, Ac., lately 
hold by nis father, and pardon for 
all intrusions upon the same. 

Has grant of the wardship and nuu^ 
riage of William, son of Wiliam 
Eden, of Preston-on-Tees, and ,in 
the event of his death during mi- 
nority, of successive heirs until 
on» simll attain ftdl age. 

H 2 



10 

11 

Reign. 
IS Hon.8« 



Pontif. 
14 



2 
2 

4 



6 



8 



8 
8 



10 



11 
12 
13 



2 



106 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTY-SIXTH BEPOBT OP THE 



No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Rathall— coit/. 



Modi* 
braue. 



Name. 




Tew of 
Pontlfi- 
cate>ftc. 



8 
12 



18 
16 



18 



24 



27 
28fti 
81 



85 

38 

8 



18 
21 
22 



27 



8 
U 



1 
5 



:) 

•1 



Middilton. in tho manor of Dedyxuale, 

lands, &c., in. 
Middilton. Over, lands, kc^ in - 
Moresby, John . . . .^ 

Morleston. lands, Ac, in - - V 

Marske, Will. Gonyers, esquiro, oi -j 
Morden, John Crayk, late of. yeoman • 
Mdot, Robert, son and heir of Ralph - 
Midilham, bailiff and ponnder of the 

manor of. 
Midlam, *' the demesnes of " • 
Midlam, John Hall of - 
Morton, Nicholas, esquire 
Montacute, Henry Pole, Lord - 
Morton, West -^ 
Medomsley - elands, ftc., in 
Mawfslde -) 
Maners, Thomas, son and heir of 

George Maners, knight. Lord de 

Bos. 
Markynfeld, William - . • 

Middelham, lands, &c., in - - 

Melott, Robert, son and heir of Ralph 

Melott, esquire. 



Mordon, lands, ftc.i in . • . 
Melott, Ralph, esquire . - • 

Metcalf.Jonn . . . . 

Norhamshire and EUuidshire, Sheriff 

of. 
Norhamshire and Elandshiie, Bschea- 

torof. 
Norhamshire and Blandshire, Justices 

of Gaol Delivery in. 
Norhamshire and EUmdshire, Justices 

of the Peace in. 
Nethirton, Isabella, kinswoman and 

heir of Robert Nethirton, late of 

Estlikbume. 



Norhamshire and Elandshive, Sheriff 

of. 
Northumberland, Henry Earl of, and 

Katharine his wife. 



} 



Norjiam, supplies of Castle of - 

Northumberland, Henry Earl of 

Newesame -S 

Nettelbedde •> lands, ftc^ in 

NewtonhansardeJ 

Norhamshire and Elandshire, Esohea- 

torin. 
Norhamshire and Elandshire, Sheriff 

of. 
The same - . - . - 

Norhamshire and Elandshire, Eschea- 

torin. 

Over MiddOton, lands, Ac., in - 
Owton, lands, &C., in . . . 

Ogle, Robert, kni^t, Lord Ogle, Ed- 

wvd Raddyfle, knight, and John 

Bedeuell. 
Ogle, Robert, knight. Lord Ogle 
Ogle, William, esquire - • . 



Oxenhalle, lands, &c, in 
Ogle, John, gentleman • 



The same - 

Perkynson, John 
I Perkynson, John 



See Surtes, John 

See Place, John 

See Bothe, William - 

See Crayk, John 

See Lomley, Roger - 

See Hall. John • 

See Hall, John • 

See Labume, Roger - 

See York. Thomas, Archbishop of 



Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, fta, upon the lands, ftc, 
lately Held by the said George. 

See Conyers, William - - . 

i$SM Claiton, Robert . • . 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. ftc, upon the lands, ftc, 
lately held by his father, and par- 
don fbr all intrusions upon the 
same. 

See Bulmer, William • 

Ai» Hedworth, John . . . 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 

iSM Anesley, John • . . 

Am Gray, Edward . . . 
See Chomley, Richard 

<8m Aashton, Hugh . . . 



Has licence to enter (without livery 
out of the Bishop's hand) all the 
lands, ftc, held by the said Robert 
in the viU and territoiy of Estlik- 
bume and elsewhere, and pardon 
for all intrusions upon the same 

See Radclyffe, Edward 

See Urswike, Christopher - 
See Spnmstane, William 

See York, Thomas, Archbishop of 

See Daore, Philip 

See Dacre, Philip 

See Ogle, John 
See Ogle, John 



See Place, John 

See Bothe, William 

Are associated with others as Jus- 
tices of the Peace in Durham and 
Sadbeii^^ 

See Bpumstaae, William 

See Wodiyngton, Ralph 

See York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 
Has writ of eupereedeae with re- 
spect to the office of Sheriff of 
Norhamshire and Elandshire. 
Has writ of etnereechae with ro- 
spect to the office of Escheator in 
Norhamshire and ElandsUre. 

Is appointed Escheator of Ihirham 

and Sadberge. 
iSSm Bothe, Richard • • • 



8 

4 

4 

6 
6 
7 

7 
8 

II 

11 



12 
12 
18 



14 
14 
14 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 



6 
10 
10 

11 

18 
12 
18 



4 

4 

10 



10 

Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 

11 

12 



12 

1 
2 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 



107 



No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Ruthall— conf. 




6 

7 



8 



10 
11 
16 
16 
18 



19 



20 
21 

23 



27 
S6 



5 
6 
7 

10 
II 
IS 

15 

18 
28 

28 



27 
35 



Preston-on-Teea, William, aon of VU- 

liam Eden of. 
PudseT, William, esquire, brother and 

and ncir of James Tudwy. 



Pudfley, Agnes, wife of James • 
Place, John, esquire, and Catharine his 
wife, sister and one of the heirs of 
Thomas Surtesse, esquire, son and 
heir of Thomas Surtesse. esquire, 
latcof Didynsalc. 



Palmes, Brian, Sergeant-at-law 

The same - - . - - 

Perkynson, John . . . 

Perkynson, John . . . 

Place, Elisabeth* daughter of John 
and Catharine. 

Popeley, Thomas, son and heir of 
George Popeley, gentleman. 



Palmes, Brian, Sergeant-at-law 
The same .... 
Pigott, Thomas, Serseant-at-law 
*• Peyspole Grange " - 



Pole, Henry, Lord Montacute 
Pelton, landis, &c., in 
Palmer, Anne, widow - 
Place. Roland 
Proclamation 



:} 



Rowthall. Thomas, clerk 



Baket,John . • . . 

Badclyfle, Richard, knight 

Rakett, John . . . - 

Raket.John . . . ^ 

Rowthall. Richard, brother of the 

Bishop. 

Raket,John . . . . 

The same - . - - - 
Raddyffe, Edward, knight 

Baddyffe, Margaret, daughter and 

hehress of Ralph, of Tunstall. 
Radolyfle, Edward, esquire - 
Raddyfte. Edward, knight 
Robynson, Thomas, chi^lain • 

Baddyfle, Robert, knight. Lord Pitx-^ 
water - . - - - 

Raby, castle and manor of, and lands, 
A(L, in ", - " • 

Rowley, lands, ftc, in - 

Bokebr, William 

RaketiJohn 



jSm Eden, William - 

Has lioenoe to enter (without In- 
quisition) upon the lands, Ac., 
lately held by the said James and 
A^es his wife, afterwards the 
wife of Thomas Staveley, deceased, 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same.* 

jS^ Pudsoy, William - 

Have licence to enter, without proof 
of the age of the said Catharine, 
Ac. upon two parks of the manors 
of Dedynsale uid Stodhowe, and 
upon lands, Ac, in Over Middil- 
ton, Sadbenr, and Darlington, 
lately held by the said Thomas 
the son. Tbe^ also have pardon 
for all intrusions upon the same 
lands, Ac. 

See Gonyngesbv, Humphrey 

See Asshton, Hugh - 

See Hanshert, William 

See Prankeleyn, William 

See Pulthorpe, James • 



Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, Ac, upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by his father, and 
pardon for all intrusions upon the 
same. 
See Lomley, John, Lord 
See Brudenell, Robert (bU) • 
See Urswike, Christopher - 
See Wodiyngton, Ralph 



iS(M York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 

See Conyers, William - - - 

See Conyers, William - . . 

Writ to the Sheriff of Durham to 
make Proclamation (in accordance 
with Letters Patent directed by 
the King to the Bishop) that all 
the King's subjects are from time 
to time to keep good watch upon 
the highways. 

Enrolment of the King's Letters 
Patent, announcing the restitu- 
tion to him, ss Bishop, of the tem- 
poralities of the See of Durham, 
and requiring the knixhts and 
other tenants of the Bishopric to 
be *' intendentet,** Ac, to him. 

See Conynsesbv, Humphrey ; aUo 
AsNhton, Hugh. 

See Chomley, Richard ; aleo Assh- 
ton. Hugh. 

See Gonyngesbv, Humphrey - 

See Asshton, Hugh ... 

Is appointed Constable of Durham 
Castle 

See Conyngesby, Humphrey - 

iS^ Asshton. Hugh • 

Is appointed Sheriff of Norhamshire 
ana Elandshire. 

See Hanshert. William 

jS^ Labume, Roger - - . 

/Ste Ogle. Robert 

See wodiTDgton, Ralph 



See York, Thomas, Archbishop of 



See Conyers, Wflliam 
See Buhner, William 



8 



2 

4 



4 

4 

7 

7 
Un- 
dated. 
Pbntif. 

8 



8 

10 

10 

Un- 

dated. 

Pontif. 

11 



12 
12 
14 



Reign. 
lHcn.8. 



Pontif. 
I 



1 
1 
3 



4 
4 
S 



8 
10 
Un- 
dated. 

Pontif. 
11 



12 
14 



108 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPOBT OF THE 



No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Ratiball — eoni. 




6 
6 



8 



18 



14 
15 



16 



21 

22 



28 



27 



28^29 



Stanhope, iBi^ds, kc^ in • 
Surtese, Thonuui • 
Sorop, John, Lord 



:} 



Scrop, Henry, Lord - - - 

Staveley, Agnoa, vrife of Thomas 
Surtei, JohD, clerk, and Margery 
Surtes, widow. 



:} 



'} 



Snitefl, Margery, widow 
Surtes, Thomaa ' 

SurtesB^ Oatharine, sister and one 

of the heirs of Thomas 
Sadbery, lands, &c., in - 
Stodhowe, manor of - 

Strotherfeld - ") *l^u^i^ .^ 
Shijpl^ .jnweholdm - 

Sadbery, Richard Buke, boilifl of 
Shields, John Crayk of, labourer 
Shields, Robert Bamys, late of, la- 
bourer. 
Soots, persons bom in obedience to 
the King of the. 

CWilliam Bnlmer of-") 

Skymyngham < Anthony, son of Wil- > 

(. liamfissheof -) 

Surtes, Marmaduke, son and heir of 

Thomas, esquire: 

S tock ton, Coroner of the ward of 
Swynbume, John, of Ohopbume • 

Stanfbrdham, tithes of - . . 

Stable, William, derk - 
Spumstane, William, late of Wolqyng^ 
nam, merchant 



Shrewsbury, Qeorge, Earl of • 
Stoyndrop. manor of. and lands, Ac., 
in • - . . . 

Stbkle -^ 
Stanley 
Stotfolde • 
Swaynston, -. 

Sunderland • >huids, &c., in 
Sheldon 
Shotton 
Somerhouse 
Spenbayrlay ^ 

Skargill, Robert • 
Surtes. John, clerk 
Sokebum, manor of, and lands, ftc, 
in 



J 



Scrope, Heniy, knight. Lord Scrope 
of Bolton. 



Swynne, Ralph, son and heir of John, 
esquire. 



iSlM Wotton, Thomas . « . 

Has -from the Bishop a lease (for 
three years, and from three years 
to three years up to the term of 
nine yean) ofi the rectoiy of 
Leyke near Allerton, as held by 
Heniy Lord Scrop, his fiither. 

See Scrop, John, Lord 

8m Pudsey, William • 

Memorandum that they are to be 
indemnified for having brought 
into the Chauceiy of iJurham, in 
accordance with a writ of sub- 
pcBna, certain evidences relating 
to lands in Felling Morton, Mid- 
dilton, and other places within 
the muior of Bedynsale, in order 
that it might be known to whom 
the said lands descended after the 
death of Thomas Surtes. 

iS!s0 Surtes, John . . . 



See Place, John 



See Brakenbeiy, Ralph 

iS(M Buke, Richard . . - 

iSM Crayk, John . . . 

iSSM BaiTiys, Robwt • . - 

See Durham and Sadberge, the She- 
riff of. 

See Buhner. William • 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, Ac., upon the lands, &c., 
lately held by his father. 
£^00 Banke, Thomas . . . 

Has grant of a lease for ten years, 
of the tithes appertaining to the 
chiuroh of Stanfbrdham. 
See Swynbume, John 
See TJrswike, Christopher - 
Has letters of protection for all his 
possessions while engaged with 
Robert Oelo, knight. Lord Ogle, 
Captain of Xorham Castle, in sup- 
plying the said Castle. 



See York, Thomas, Archbishop of 



Shipley near Bedbume, manor of 
Sedgefleld, lands^ Ac., in 
Shipley, Little - 



:} 



See Conyors, William 

Has, firom the Bishop, a lease of the 
Rectory of Leake, near Alverton, 
in Yorkshire, for five years. (Deed 
enrolled.) 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. &c., upon the lands, Ac., 
lately held by nis father, and par- 
don for all mtrusions upon the 
same. 

See Clazton. Robert • - 



2 



2 
2 
S 



4 

S 



7 
6 



6 
7 



7 

10 
10 



11 



12 
12 

12 



12 



OEPUTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC R£COR]>S. 



109 



No. L — Durham Records : Calendar of lU>lls of Bishop Bathall — com. 




80 



M 



S6 
36 



6 
6 



12 



16 
18 
20 



21 
28 



26 



27 
SO 



85 



21 



Bmytht'Ctoofffe. and Jane his wife, and 
Thoniai Fttlthorpe. and Anne his 
wife. 



Scarlett, Edmund, of Alverton, and 
Thomas his son. 



Sajer, John, esqnire 
Bayer, William, esquire 
Strangways, Thomas, esquire 
Scots, invasions of the - 

Tempest, Thomas 



:} 
:} 



Tempest, Thomas . - 
Tempest, Thomas . . . 
Tebson, Thomas, son and heir of 

Thomas, of Wisill. 
TunstaU, manor of, and lands, fto., in^ 
Thorpethewles, manor of, and ]andB»\ 

Ac., in - - - " 'C 
Thurston, lands, Ac., in • - -J 
Tunstall, Ralph Badol/fle, esquirOi of 
Thomson, Walter, clerk 
Tempest, Roland, esquire 

Tsillonr, William, chaplain. Rector of 

the church of Crake. 
Tempest, Thomas . . . 
The same- • - - ' - 

Tempest, Alianora, widow 

Thorpethewles, manor of, and lands, 
Ac., in. 

Tempest, Thbmsfl - . . 

Tempest, Thomas, of Lambton, esquire 






Thwhates, Frances, and Katharine,*) 

daughters of - 
Thwhatys, Henry 
Tempest, Thomas 
Tempest, Roland 
Trollop, John • 

Urswike, Christopher, clerk, Richard 
West, clerk, Thomas Pigott, Ser- 
geant-at-law, Richani Bruke/Ser- 
geant-at-law, John Emely, the 
King's Attomey-G«nerat, and Wil- 
liam Stable, clerk. 

Wardale, lead and iron mines in the 

forest of. 
Wardale, oflBoe of forester in the 

High Forest of. 
Wardale, anpointment of a chief 

forester of the High Forest of. 
Wotton, Thomas . . . 



Wolsyntduon, John Henrrson of • ) 
Wisill Thomas Tebson of • -i 



Have lioenoe to enter (without 
proof of the age of the sud Jane 
and Anne, ftc.) upon Ihe lands, 
&o., lately held by Ralph Bothe 
or iChristabel hu wife, whose 
daughters and heirs were the said 
Jane and Anne. They also have 
pardon for all intrusions upon the 
same lands. 

Have grant of the burgh^of Alver- 
ton to farm for thir^ years, to- 
gether with the house called the 
Tolboth. They are to have the 
" biirgh rentand town ferm.*' and 
are to pay 7^. at the usual tunes. 

/8m Hedworth« John . - - 
See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

See Conyngesby, Humphrey ; al$o 

Asshton, Hugh. 
See Conyngesby, Humphrey - 
iSM.ALS8hton, Hugh . . - 

/Sm Henryson, John . . - 



iS^ Bothe, William - 

See Hanshert JBTilliam 

iSSMLabume, Roger . - - 

Has grant of .a lease for sixty years, 
of the manor or grange cs Goun- 
dou near Bishop AuckLsmd. 

Has grant of a lease, for twenty-one 
years, of huids, &c., in Crake. 

See Lomley, John, Lord 

See Brudenell, Robert 

See Frankelyn, William 

See York, Thomas, Archbishop of - 
iSktf Bothe, William - 

See Conyers, Willism ... 

Has grant of the wardshipand mar- 
riage of Frances and Katharine 
Thwhates, daughters and heiresses 
of Henry Thwnatys, knight. 

See Tempest, Thomas 



See Buhner, William • .* . 

In^eximue of a recovery of lands, 
Ac., in Barmton by them against 
Henry, Earl of Northumberland, 
and Katharine his wife. 



iSM Fethirstanehalgh, Guy • 
See Fethirstanehalgh. Guy - 
iSM Hylton, William - 

Pardon for the acquisition (without 
lioenoe), by him from Hugh Ke- 

' lynKhail, esquireu of lands, Ac, in 
WoTsyngham and Stanhope. Par- 
don also for thesoquisition (with- 
out lioenoe) by Thomas Surtese, 
senior, since deceased, and John 
Balton, from the said Hugh, of 
lands, Ac in Westirhertbume. 

iffee Wotton, Thomas - - - 
i8(M Henryion, John - 



18 



13 



U 
14 



1 
1 
2 



7 

8 
9 



10 

8 
10 
10 

11 

Un- 
dated. 
Fbntif. 

12 

18 



18 

14 
10 



1 
1 
1 
2 



\ 



.2 
2 



110 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTr-SIXTH EEPOBT OF THE 
No, I, — Durham Records : Calendu of Rolls of Bishop Batball — eotit. 



VUlbene, BdmundilikoNHi, Rtstor' 

WliitlMrrii.'. Juliii Tliortlbj, E 



W.,-|jiri-, lUJI.ll- 
WolBviiilimii, WillliiDi SpumiUre, 

late or. 
■Wudrrnirtoii, Balrib, jnnnmr ■ 

linm Oih: I'suiiii-e, uid Tt 



Wodnnstini. Hearr. knight ■ 
ViUdiire. HeniT, Birl of 
Vfiilklon, nuiOTof, and londi. Ac, in 
TIftlljngton ^ 

Whltmrtb 
W«(tnKirton 
Vntbrrden 



Woddelande - 

Wt^llehslls -J 

WTtton, 0«orge - . - -1 

VDlvHbia.1uidi. Ac.,ln - -i 

Welbery, Bobert, lata or C^tle Edei 



WesImDreland, lUIph, Eul ot, Tho- 
miu Dbctb, knijcht, Lcrd Uocrfl and 
OiHysland, Williun Confers, knight. 
Lord Conjers. Hufrh, Prior of Dur- 
hun. Willlun Pmnkcleyn, clerk. 
Chancellor ot Durtnim, William 
Bulilicr. knlgh^ Thomaa SCninic. 
way>, eaguirt, _TtioiiuB Temj 



r°JShn 



hop 

Bdward, Dnke of „_ , 

HflHI?, Kftri o! ItDrthumberland. 
Qeon^. Ku-l of Shnnnbarr, Hentr, 
Earl or WilUlun\ Cbartea. Biahob 
o[ HorctDrd, Ilonir Pole. Lord 
Uunlacutu. Bobert 'BadolTffe, 
knigbt, Lord Kitiwater, George 
"-ftnjvm.kiiliiht. Lord HailTnga, 
in Eniley. Vhiat Joitlce of the 



KiriK'iiBf 
knlftt. 



AiBanmBoben ' 

w LomlaT. lo 
H UnWae, ( 
toSpumatare 

Pardon for the^,., 

licence, b; them froi. 

WodTTngton, knight, et the manor 
and Till of Henell, "PeTaiule 
" Onuun," a thiid part of tbe ma- 
nnr <d rnhbum, and landa latel* 
thoas or Bobert Clailcn, kidffht. 



Id (under thn hved ol F 



wrjl o( the 
■infiiciatM 



i John Y 
■oiu, ana nrranta 
Stt Claiton, Bobert ■ 
Arc appointed CommMoni 

Simcn. or other wraon 
latinata ot QurhMD, 1 
fuied or n^slecled lo x 



King 






defence of tho roa 
bi^ the Boot*. 



Iit*peximiii of a recover; br tbem 
agalnit Balph. Bar) of Westmore- 
land, ot the Caatlea ot fimiifpath 

path, Bat^.Stafndrop.Wjrnlaton, 
and CaraDoya, and laiidi, ic., in 
the villi of Branipath, Baby, 
Btorndrop, Wynluion. Camb^ 
HalTwell. DlcDimlelde, Stokle. 
Wjflyn«lon. Hchiiolouc, Stanlry. 
Croke, Bjillerawc, Hulmparke, 
Thomelej, Coksydhoua, Heele- 
hope. Irelev. Kowlcy. Walci^ 
howM, Uedl^, Conichowc. Brt- 
brandon, Weatbiuidon, Tudhowe, 
Wbitworth, Bjrai, ArmeUiewKbe. 
BTnchcfller, Durham. Bidon. 
Blwyke, Deltonporcf Close, New- 
lonuiuardc^ Stotioldo, Fyiah- 
buma, Hoton, Weatmortoo. 



, Birttef. Uonwylw, 



DEPUry KEEPER OP THE PUBa,IC BEC0ED8. Ill 

Mo. 1 . — Durham Becorda : Calend&r of Rolls of Bishop Bnthall — cant. 



gs; 


NUK. 


Bobfect. 


Tcuot 
PonHQ- 


28 


Toiw,John . . . . 




11 



Prepared aDd examioed by 

L. OwbmPike. 



43. (71.) Roll No. 2 of Thohas Ruthall, Bishop of Dcbhah. 



'Va Crakket 

Aldimrk, Bobort Cluili 
Alirerton'. Edmuiicl Ski 
Alvnton', Inncli. ie.. lu 



U."'s.-.,_ni^r 
of) 



Alwent, William, Agnea widow of 

Anckluid.'WtBl, landi. A( 

Ancklsnd, North, close in 
Atbe.Bobert, thee" 



Alannn', Thouui, ol SuuJlefi, reo- 



Aliiw. BobertiKHi lu 



AIbdc. John 
AcleT.BnbpiiBro 

Adthn, Bobert . 



1 hair of lohn 



Sm Cluton', John . 
&H Cluton'. Bobert . 
8m BerUlT. Wlllliim . 

iSm BctUb;, George ■ 

AwAuoklMid. 

Bat Cluton'. IwbelU 

Am Ctulou'. Bob«rt - 

Stt Skulett, Bdmund 

To haitti ulicnment at dower out 
oT tbe Isniii, Ac, ol ber nid hni- 
buid. 

8ta ParkTiuon', KIcIurd 

i8» Uedworth', John - 

&« IiuUp, VltirniD . 

Stt Dounei, Rlrhud - 

Hu D«ed enrolled, wbenbj' he re- 
leued tnd •umndared hy him to 
WilUun Mi .nn, nil right, Ac, In 
buid culled Wildbworth', betwom 
LothiDKbume vid Over Bmallefi. 

5h Ch««yk. John - 

at4 Vona^. John 

&w Pollon', John 

Stt Morley. George • ■ •■ 

Sat Deed enrolled, wherebr be nir- 
rendered to Bobort Broune, lA 
Aclei, all right. Ac. in a, meanuice 
and land in Uie lUl and territory 

otsesereid. 

Set Altne, Babert 
Deed enrolled, wlicrebv tbe Lord 
Bt»hop ((rar - ■ ■ - 

lor the tern 
at the rent 



Owen inte. Durham . 

of eigbt pence ptr 

illod wheiebt be re- 
:i HakeCt, of Durht 



auDeed enr 

leased tflJoh __, 

the elder, eequire, imd Eliiabeth 
hi) oilp, vldow cit the nld Tho- 
mas Ayro. all aatloni. debts, and 
other demands ciidinfc betWMa 



112 APPEMBIX I. TO THE THIBTT-8IXTH REPOBT OF THK 



No. 1. — ^Durham Becorda : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Buthall — cani. 




7d* 



9d' 



2 



6 



10 
11 



Ayre. Thomas, late of London, i^rooer, 

deoeaaed. and Elisabeth his wifs. 
Anckland, Bishop's, John Ednell'i of - 
Alanson, John, of Durham, draper • 



} 



Bohner, William, knight 

BentIey,John ... 

BortreweUmott, in the forest oi 
Wardell', Adam Fetherstanhalgh 
of - - - - 

The same, ** haldynff " called • 

Blakclqughe, in the forest of War- 
dell, William Qrason', of 

The same, " fermhold," of 

Blakbum', Agnes, of Westnunpshaw- 
well, in the forest of Wardale. 



3 
} 



Blakdough, in the forest of War-") 

dale, James Natresse, of - - > 

Thesame,'*sheiU"'of - - J 

Burtrefford, in the forest of War-^ 

dale, Ellen Todd of the • - >- 

The same, '* sheill' " of • - O 

Bromhill', William, of Meldlhaugande- 

weir, in the forest of Wardale. 



Bowes, Ralph, of Sunderland, in Stan- 
houparke, esquire. 



Baynebridge, Matthew, of Swynhop- 
bume, in Stanehopparke. 



Blllingshell, Byllyngschele, Alice 

Manerd, widow of Roger Manerd, of, 

and"fermhold,"of. 
Burtrefford, in the high forest. John 

Harryson' the elder of, and " farmo- 

bold,'' of. 
Bulmer, William, knight. Sheriil of 

Durham. 

Bothe. Balph, late of Aldaores, esquire, 

Cristabena, widow of. 
Bowes. Balph. knight. Margaret, 

widow of. 
Boteir, Balph. Lord of Ogle, late of - 
Berton*. Conan, gentleman, Cecilia, 

widow of. 

Baynbrige, John, late of Snoterton', 

esquire. 
Baynbrige. Bichard. son of the same 

John. 
Brakenbury,William, Matilda, widow^ 
j)f - - - - 

Brakenhuiy, Bobert de • 

Brunne, Oreat Brunne, manor of 

Bedbum. Shipley ni(^h, manor of 

Bichebum', Groke nigh, manor of 

Brakenbury. Peter de - 

Bowes, Balph, knight, Elizabeth, 

widow of. 
Baty, Brian, bailiff of the liberties oi 

Bjpon - - - - 

Broun', Henry - - - 

Broun', John 



3 



:) 



Bulmer, William, knight 
Bradewode, Richard Merley of 
Brigham, Christopher, of Newcastle- 

on-Tyne- - - - .J 

Berwyk, St. James, in the county o 

Wilts. John Thomson' of 
Blakwell. messuages. Ac., in • 
Bond^te in Darlington, messuages, 
I Aa»in . - - • 



AMAyie, John 

JSee Baker, William 
See Howe, Robert 

See Kaye, Thomas 



See Fetherstanhalgh', Adam 



See Grason', WUliam - 

Has grant to farm of the third part 
of the " sheill* " of Westrampshaw- 
well, for the term of five years at 
the rent of lis. lid. per annum 
(cancelled). 

/8m Natresse, John - • * • 



iSCM Todd. Ellen 

Has grant to fium of the " fermhold " 
of Mekylhaughandwell' for the 
term of five years at the rent of 
40tf . per annum. 

Has grant to farm of the * fermhold " 
called Sunderland, in Stanhou- 
parke, for the term of live years at 
the rent of Ws. 9d. per annum. 

Has grant to ftum of the "half 
fermald " in Swynhopbume, 
which he held before, for the teim 
of five years at the rent of Ms. per 
annum, 

iSSM Manerd, Alice • . . 



See Harryson', John 



See Norham, the Captain, &c, of 



To have assignment of dower out of 
the lands, Ac., of her late husband. 

To have assignment of dower out of 
the lands, Ac, of her late husband. 

See Ogle, Ralph, Lord of • 

To have assignment of dower out of 
the lands. Ac., of her late husband. 

Writ of diem elaueit extremum 

To have seisin of the lands. Ac. of 
his late father. 



See Frankeleyn, William 



To have assignment of dower out of 
the lands, Ac., of her late husbsoid. 

See Lomley, Roger ... 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 
See Spumaton', WUliam 

See Martyn', Thomas • 



6 
18 



A.D. 
161L 

AJ). 
1611. 
A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
1611. 

A-D. 
1611. 
A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
161L 



A.D. 
1611. 



AJ). 

1611. 

AJ). 
1611. 

Reign. 
MHen.7. 

Pontif. 
2 



4 
Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 

6 



8 



8 



Reign. 
lOHen.7. 



Pontif. 
10 

Un- 
dated. 

Pontif. 
12 



D£PUTT KEKPEB OF THE PUBLIC BECOBDa 



113 



No. !•— Darluun Records: Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Buthall— roit/. 




u 



14 



Id' 



2d' 
8d' 

4d* 



6d' 



6d' 



} 



Banks, 



Buck, Robert 
B]akwell'» huada, to., in • 
Bothe, Ralph. CristibeU* 

widow of. 
Banks. CristibeUa. widow of Ralph 

Bothe. 
Brafferton', mewiiages.. Ac in the 

▼illof - 
Bursblades, mesBiuNcei Ac. in - 
BttiTeU',John - 



} 



Blackheld, Kiobolaa, son and heir of 

Alexander Blakheid. 
Blakheid. Alexander • . . 

Berwick, Thomas Strangwysshe. es- 

Guire, master porter of> and Wil- 

uam Gardyner, of, merchant 
Browne, Ralph, William Gardyner, 

Robert Laverok, Leonard Morton. 

Oeorse Thomson, Thomas Bradyeu 

and John Burrell*, merdiants, all 

of Berwick. 



^Ralph Browne of • 
William Qardyner of 
Robert lAverok of <• 

Berwick •{ Leonard Morton of - 
George Thomson of • 
Thomas Bradye of • 
^John Burrell*^ of 

Bradye, Thomas, of Berwick, mer- 
chant - - - - - 

Bnrreir, John, of Berwick, merchants 

Batmanson*. John, doctor oi laws •") 
Blount, RoDort, of Durham, mer> 

chant - - " ' ') 

Brotherlee, Broderlee, in Stanehop- 

parke, William Bmenon'.iof, and 

''formhold," of. 

Bedbume, South, vill and territoiy of 
Byreleyfeld, tenement, Ac, caUed,^ 

within the lordship of Buttisfeld - ( 
Buttisfeld, lordship of, tenement^T 

Ac. called Byreleyf eld within the J 
Byreiakefeld, tenement, Ac, called - 
Bradelehall'. Roger Horsley of 
Byres, land at . . . « 

BeasynK, Agnes, daughter and heir of 

Isabella, widow of Robert Beasyng. 



Sse Pftrkynson', Richard 
Writ of diem ekmtU e xtrcmm m 

869 Bothe, Ralph 

iSw Hedworth. John - 

To have seisin of the landa, Ac, late 
of Alice Cowell, of whom he is next 
of kin and heir. 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, late 
of his said ftttiier. * 

See Blackhdd, Nicholas 

See StrangwyHhe. Thomas • 



Indenture whereby the Lord Bishop 
lets to them to fum the fishings of 
the River Tweed in his hands 
during the minority of Thomas 
Gray, son uid heir of Sir Ralph 
Gn^, for the term of the said mi- 
nority, at the rent of 7^ 18«.4d. 
per amwum, (Entered in Latin 
and in English.) 



See Browne* Ralph 



of.j 



Berkhous, Christopher, of BryghiU' • 
Bryghiir, Christopher Berkhous 

and land called 
Broune, Robert, of Aoley 
Byres, cottagea, Ac, in the vill and 

territory of. 
Bothe, Richard, esquire, and Philippa 

his wife. 



Bothe, William - 

Bumhop' and HampsteilV, tenure in 
Blanchland, Robert Whitfeild of 
Bedbums, messuages in the vill and 

twritoiyof - - - - 

Bedbums* land in the vill and terri 

tory of. 



I 

} 



See Rioherdson, Roger 
See Emerson', William 

See Hogeson', Thomas 

jSm H<»sley, Joan . . . 

See Horsley, Thomas - 

jSm Smythe^dwin - - - 

iSM Polton', John . . . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby she re- 
leased and surrendered to Chris- 
topher Berkhous, of Bryghill', all 
right, Ac, in hmd called Brighill*. 

jSS0« Beasyng, Agnes . . . 

jSSm Alane, John . . . 

See Cfurislcy, Robert - - . 

Have the following Deed enrolled :— 

Indenture made at Durham 16th 
March, S Henry VIU., whereby 
the said Riohiud and Philippa 
covenant with William Lord Con- 
yers and Dame Anne his wife to 
suffer a reoovoiy to William Bothe, 
William Conyers, of Merske, John 
Moresby, and George Witton, of 
the manors, Ac, whereof the said 
Richard and Philippa were seised, 
to the uses therein mentioned. 

i$^ Bothe, Richard - 

iSM Coljmson*, Joan • • . 

See Ohestre. Alexander 
See Hogeson', Thomas 



IS 
IS 

IS 

IS 
IS 

12 

12 
6 

6 



e 



Reign. 
8Hen.8. 

SH6n.S. 



Pontif. 
1 



1 
8 
2 
2 



2 

S 

4 



4 

4 

4 
4 



114 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 



No. 1. — Durham BecordA : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Ruthall— ^on#. 




7d* 



8d' 
9d' 



10 d' 



(Rider) 



lid* 



4 
5 



6 
7 



Baynbrixe, Johiu of Snotterton 
Baker. William, son aod heir of Tho- 
maa Baker. 



Baker, Thomas, William, son and' 

heir of - - - 

Bishop's Auckland, John EdnelV 
Bincfaeater, William Wrene of - 
Brown, Joan, wife of William Brown 

of Durham. 



and^ 
1', of O 



Brown, William , of Durham > 
BukkilB, Anthony, of Wolsyngham 

{William Chambre of 
Thomas Smytho of - 
huid in • - 

Bishop's Wermouth. cottage, ftc, in 

the Till and territory of. 
Brouneleceplace, messua^^, Ac., called 
Berwyk, St. James, in the county of ~ 

Wilts, John Thomson of 
BlakweU', messuages, Ac., in - 
Bellanrs, Richard, of HenknoU', 

gentleman. 
Busbv, Great, in the county of Tork,^ 

RooertHoweof - - •( 
Blakden', Thomas, of Durham, gold- \ 

smith - - - - -J 

BeUaays, Richardt gentleman • 



} 

Q 
yd 

3 



Broun'.Christopher,and John Btellyng 



Boner. Bdward 



Brandlyng, Robert, of Newcastle 
Crokefrordahele, " farmohold " called 



Cheswj'k. Thomas Maners, late of 
Conycrs, Christopher, late of Rokbum', 

esquire, Thomas, son and heir of • 
Claiion', John, late of the Aldpark, 

esquire. 
Claxton', Robert, son and heir of John 

Glaxton* of Aldpark. 
Claxton*. John, of Aldpark, deccttsed • 
Croke nigh Bicheburn', manor of 
Claxton*. Isabella, widow, and Ralph 

Claxton her son. 



Claxton, Ralph - ".,".,"') 

Cnkkes, les, land, Ac., called, nigh > 
West Auckland • ■ *y 

Claxton', Robert, late of Aldpark, es- 
quire. 



jSSm Wherton, John . - . 

Has Deed enrolled, whenby he sur- 
rendered to John Ectneir, of 
Bishop's Auckland, merchant, all 
right, Ac., in a messuage and land 
in the Till and territory of Heigh- 
yngton*. 

iSiM Baker, William - 



jSSm Nodder, John . - . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby she re- 
leased to John Hall of Middleham 
all right, Ac, in a messuage, Ac., 
in Middleham and land there. 

See Brown. Joan 

8ee Smyrthwat, John - 

See Chambre, William 
See Hawer, Thomas - 
See Stobbis, IsabelU - 
<8m Hartyn, Thomas - 
See Dukett, John 

See Howe, Robert 



Deed enrolled wheroby the Lord 
Bishop grants to him to ftum the 
manor place of Walworth, and 
the demesne lands thereof, during 
the minority of Elizabeth, daugh- 
ter and heir of William Hannsard. 
esquire, and of her heir should 
she die within age, at the rent of 
SOZ. per annum. 

Original Writ appointing them 
Commissioners to receive flrom 
Christopher Diconson' his sur- 
render of a messuage, Ac., in the 
vill and territory of Lyncaake to 
the une of Thomas PekKall. 

Certificate attached of such sur^ 
render being made. (These docu- 
ments are afterwards entered 
upon the roll in the usual form.) 

Has Deed enrolled, whcraby he sur^ 
rendered to Robert Brandlyng of 
Newcastle all right, Ac., in land 

• in EVj'nwod. 

See Boner, Edward • 

See Herryson, John - 



See Maners. Thomas - 
Writ de probatiane etatis 



Writ of diem dousit extremum 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, of 
his late father. 

See Claxton', Robert - . . 

See Pranlccleyn', Williun 

Indenture whereby the Lord Bishop 
grants to them to farm a nies- 
suage, Ac, called M'odhoiueclosse, 
nigh North Auckland, and land, 
Ac, nigh West Auckland called 
"les Crakkes." for the term of 
forty years, at the rent of 81. per 
annum* 

See Claxton', Isabella* 

Writ of diem dausU extremum 



6 
6 



6 

7 
7 



7 
7 

7 

8 

8 

12 

Reign. 

lSHeB.8. 

Fontif. 
12 

19 



IS 



14 



14 

A.D. 

1511. 

Pontif. 

1 

3 



6 


8 
9 



9 
9 



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Hem- I 
bnne. I 



Name. 




Toarof 
Pontifl. 
cate,fto. 



8 



11 
18 



4 



4d' 



Sd' 
6d' 



7d' 



8d' 



9d' 



:} 



daveiyng, Robert, Kentleman 



The same Robert 



Cenrjnton', William, esquire - 
Cokirton', menuaffea, &c., in - 
Comewallex, Marpcaret, widow, daiwh 

ter and heir of Thomas GhaimceUer, 

esquire. 
Chaunoeller, Thomas, esquire, Mar- 

fwret Gomewallea, widow, daughter 

aud heir of. 
Claxton'. Gilbert, Bliiabeth. widow of 



Cowell', Alice . . • . 

Ooyndon' nigh Auckland, manor or 
grange of. 

Colandwod, Thomas, of OrrtpotMshele 
in the forest of Wardell\ 



Cheswik, John, son and heir of Th(^ 
mas Oheswyk. 




Cokerton', messuage, Ac., in the vill 

and territory of. 
Carisley, Robert, son and heir of Wil< 

liam Carislejr. 



Carisley, William, Robert, son and 

heir of. 
Conyers. William, Lord, and Bame") 

Anne bia wife • - * * c 

Conyers, William, of Morsko - -J 
Golynson', Joan, widow of William 

Colynson*. 



Golynson', William 
Golynson*, Edward 

Ghestre, Alexander, heir of William 
Ghestre. 



:} 



Ghestre, William 

Gokerton*, messuage, Ac, in the vill 

and territory of. 
Cotom Munvlle, land, Ac., in the Till 

and territory or. 
Ghambrc William, of Blakwell 



Glough, Thomas, tenure late of 
Gokertonbrlge, close nigh 
Caymc, Thomas . - • 



Ghestre in lo Strete, John Storehyrdof 
Cervynton', William, esquire - •) 
Gokerton*. messuages, Acn in • -J 



Writ of ditfm eknuii eJetremums ad- 
dressed to the Escheator of Nor- 
hamshire and Elandshire. 

Precept for Inquisition pott mor- 
tsm, addressed to the same Es- 
cheator. 

See Martyn', Thomas • . - 

Writ of diem elaueit extremum. 
See also Hod worth', John. 



See Oomewallea, Margaret; 
Hedworth*, John. 



aleo 



To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, Ac., of her late hus- 
band. 
iSSM Burreir, John . . • 

iSSM Dounez, Richard . - • 



Has grant to farm of the half of 
the ** fermhold " of Dyrtpotschele 
for five years at the rent of 6s. per 
annum. 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Henir 
Hcffhington' of Kirkmerington all 
right, Ac., in the moiety or a cot- 
tage in Auckland. 

iSM Cheswik, John . . . 

iS!m Watson', William • 

^Sm Walton*, John - . . 

Haa Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to John Robinson' of 
Westmerington', all right, Ac., to 
cottages and land in we vill and 
territory of Byres. 

See Carisley, Robert . • . 



iSM Bothe, Richard . . . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby she sur- 
rendered to Edward Golynson', 
son of the said William, all right, 
Aon In a tenure in the vill and 
territory of Bumhop' and Uamp- 
steUl'. 

iSM Golynson', Joan . - - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to Robert Whitfeild, of 
Blanchland, all right. Ac., in mes- 
suaites in the vill and territory of 
Bedbums. 

See Ghestre, Alexander 

jS^« Walton', John - 

See Parkynaon', John • . . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to Thomas Smyths of 
BUkwell, all right, Ac., in land in 
Blakwell. 

/8m Stobbis, Isabella . . . 

^5^ Dodd'. Thomas • 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he 
granted to John Surtea, clerk, 
and Elizabeth Kelynghall' of 
Middilton' George, lands, Ac., 
in the viil and territory of Sohil- 
don. 

i$^ Btorehyrd, John . • . 

See Martyn', Thomas - 



Reign. 
8Hen.8. 



Pontif. 

1 



1 
1 

3 

4 



9 
10 

U 
13 

13 

13 



13 
3 



4 
4 



4 
S 

7 

7 



8 

7 

11 



10 
12 



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No. 1.— Dnrham Becords : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Buthall- 



Mem- 
brane. 






Nftm& 




Tear of 
Pontifl- 
cate«Ao. 



S 
6 



7 

8 



10 
U 



12 

2d' 
3d* 



4d' 



5d' 
6d' 



DobjiuoD, Bdmnnd, of Bstramihaw- 
well in the forest of Wardale. 



Dobynson'. Isabella of the Dirtpot- 
chele in the forest or Wardair. 



DirtpotcbeleCor^sheiU"*) intheforast 
of WardaU% Kabell Bobynson' of, 
and the ** fermhold " of. 

Durham, William Bulmer, knight,'! 
Sheriff of • - - • /^ 

Durham, the castle of - • ') 

Durham, Soger Richerdson' of, meroer 
Dalton*, John, Bliaabeth, widow of - 



Dnrham, enrolment of prooeedlngs 

before the Justices of Araize at. 
Durham, Escheator of - - - 

Dacre, Elixabeth, widow of Thomas 
Dacre, knight. Lord Dacre. 

Dacre, Thomas, knight. Lord Daore, 
BUsabeth, widow of. 

Durham, Soger Lomley, esquire. 
Sheriff of. 



:| 



Durham, Richaid* late Bishop of 

Darlington - -> messuages,^ 

Darlington, Bondgate in i Ac., in •/ 

Darlington, BJohard Parkynson*, Co- 
roner of the ward of • 

fOld BlTot in, messuage in ^ 
Durham \ ^9^^^ bailey of, tenement f 

Ctenement in Clayporth St. J 

^Boger Bicherdaon of 
the Bishop's mint fn 
Durham A Bobert Blount of, mer- y 
chant 
^John Bicherdson of, dyer ^ 

Dobyson', Anthony, of Dirtpotsheile, 
in the forest of wardell'. 



Dirtpotsheile in the forest of Wardell*, 
Anthony Dobynson'of, and "ferm- 
hold "of. 

Dounez, Bichard 



Dyrtpotsohele in the forest of War- 
dell', Thomas Oolandwod of, and 
-fermhold "of. 

The same, John Symson* of, and 
-holdyng"of. 

Doye, John - - - - 



DixBon', William, of Gibsyd - 
Drybumhede, Bobert Sm^the of, Ed-) 
win Smythe, son and heir of - - > 
Drybumhede, land, Ac., at - -^ 
Downes, Bichard, of Auckland Park - 
Durham . . . - . 



Has grant to fbrm of "that half 
" parte of the fermhold of Bs- 
** tramshawwell," which he be- 
fore occupied for the term of five 
years, ar the rent of 18s. 4d. per 

Has grant to fsjrm of the third part 
of the "fermhold" of Dirtpot- 
sheill' for the term of five years, 
at the rent of 6ff. 8d. per aumwm. 

See Dobynaon', Isabell 



See Norham, the Captain, fto., of 



/5^ Whitffeld, John - 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, Ac., of her late hus- 
band. 

^S^ Fnmkeleyn', William • 

iSM Gray, Thomas . . . 

Precept for Inquisitionjyosf mortemt 

addressed to the Escheator of 

Sadbeigh. 
iSm Daore, Elisabeth . - . 



See Lomley, Boger 

See Westmoreland, Balph, Barl of 
See Martyn', Thomas • 

See Parlomson', Richard 



See Hedworth', John 



See Bicherdson, Boger 



Has giMit to farm of the half of 
the "fermhold" called Dtrtpot- 
shoile for the term of five yoars/at 
the rent of lOs. per annum. 

See Dobynson', Aiithony 



Has grant to f^um of the manor or 

E tinge of Coyndon', nigh Auok- 
nd, for the term of ten years, 
at the same rent as James Toyt 
paid. 

See Colandwod, Thomas 



See Symson', John 



Hss Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Bich- 
ard Parkynson', son of John 
Parkynson', all right, Ac., fai land, 
Ac., in Whessowe. "^ 

See Shebell', WiUiam - 

See Smythe, Edwin - 

Am Polton', John . . . 

jSm Bothe, Bichard • 



AJ). 

16U. 



AJ>. 

1611. 



A.D. 
ISll. 

Beign. 
24 Han.?. 

Pontif. 
3 
7 



8 

9 
9 



9 

Beign. 
lOHeiuS. 

Pontif. 
10 

12 



18 



18 



Beign. 
2Hen.8. 



A.D. 
1511. 



A.D. 

1611. 

Pontif. 
8 



Beign. 
8Hen.8. 



S 

Fontifl 
1 



2 

2 

4 



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117 



No. 1.— -Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop ButhaU — cant. 




6d' 



7d' 



8d' 



Od' 



10 d' 
(Sider) 



Darlington', John Thomson' of -^ 
Darlington, land in the viU and terri- > 
toryof - - • - -y 

Durham, William Walton' of, miller - 
Durham. Owen gate, waste land at • 
Durham, John Ayre of ' ' '\ 
Durham, John Bfakett of • -i 
Durham, Thomas Tumbuir of, sadler 
Durham, William Brown of, Joan, 

wife of. 
Dodd', Thomas, son and heir of Wil- 
liam Dodd*. 



Dodd', William, Thomas, son and heir 

of. 
Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 



Davoll, Doctor, Vicar General of the 
Bishopriok. 

Darlington, messusges* Ac^ in • 
Dukett, John, of Durham 



Durham ' 



Durham, John Dnkett of 

fBichard Morderby of, glo- 
ver - - - - 
John Hall of, draper 
William Eden' of, mercer 
Thcnuas Blakden' of, gold- 
smith . • « 
John Greveson' of, mercer 
John Alanson' of, draper - 
Alexander Wilson' of, mer* 
^ cer - 
Diconson*, Christopher • 



Estramshawwell in the the forest of > 
Wardale, Edmund Dobynson of • > 

The same " fermhold " of - -J 

Esterblakden' in the forest of War- 
dale, Thomas Lawe of, and "ferm- 
hold "of. 

Emenon, Holland of Litilhangand- 
well' in the forest of Wardale. 



Emerson', Gerave, son of Geoffrey 
Emerson' of whesnopbum' In fitan- 
houpharke. 



Bmenon',GeofIrey, of Whesnopbum*,^ 

in Staoyhoupharke, George Emer- c 

son' son of - - " "f 

Bstyateshele, " fermhold " called O 

Emerson*. John, of Ludwelshele in 

Stanhoupparke. 



Emerson', Oeoffirey. of Whesnowe- 
bume in Btanehoppark. 



Emerson', William, son of GeofRrey 
Emerson' of Langleeshele in Stane- 
bopparke. 



See Todd, Bobert 

See Walton', John - 
See Adthes, Bobert • 

iSSM Ayre, John - 

See Tumbuir, Thomas 
See Brown, Joan 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased to Bobert Marshall', cap- 
tain, all right, &c, in a close nigh 
Cokertonbnge. 

iSIn? Dodd', Thomas - 

Acknowledgment of receipt by him 
from Doctor DaveU,*yicar General 
of the Biihoprick, of Sl^. in part 
psyment of a larger sum. 

See Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 

See Hartyn*, Thomas - - - 

Deed enrolled, whereby. In conside- 
ration of a ceHain sum of money, 
he mnted to Bichard Bellam, 
of HenknoU, gentleman, lands, 
Ac., in the V and territory of 
EsUhikley. 

This is fbllowed by a general 
release in respect <h the same 
land,fto. 

i8(M Duk6tt» John . . . 



See Howe, Bobert 



See Broun', Christopher 

See Dobynson, Edmund 
See Lawe, Thomas 



Has grant to farm of the "ferm- 
hold" of Litilhangandweir for 
the term of five years, at the rent 
of a6«. Sd, per annum. 

Has grant to farm of the "ferm- 
hold" called Bstyateshele. and 
a place called "the hight of the 
" parke," for the term of ten 
years, at the rents of 71, 6ff. 8d, and 
We, 9icL per amiMm, 

See Emerson', George - 

Has grant to farm of the "said 
" fermhold " for the term of ten 
years, at the rent of 70». per 
cmwum. 

Has grant to farm of the "ferm- 
hola" of Wesnowbume and 
" fbure nobyls formerle in Fawe- 
" lerse "for the term of ten Tears, 
at the rent of 42. 16s. 8a. per 



Has grant to farm of the *' fermald 
" GftUed Langlee" in Stanehop- 
parke, for the term of five years, 
attherentofSSf. 4d per annum. 



Tear of 
Pontifl- 
oate,Ao. 



5 
6 



7 
7 



7 

Belgn. 

U Hen.7. 



U 

Pontif. 

12 

Boign. 

12Heii.8 



12 



Pontif. 
12 



18 



A.D. 

15U. 
A.D. 
1511. 

A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
1511. 



AJ). 
1611. 

A.D. 
16U. 



A.D. 
1611. 



AJ). 
1511. 



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No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Euthall — cont 




2 



8 



18 



4d* 



6d' 
7d' 



Emenon\ G^ofErey, of Luigleeshele 
in StMiehoppATke* William Bmer- 
8on» son of. 

Batramethaweir in the forest of War- 
dale, Katherine Gibson', widow, of, 
and " holdrng " called. 

Emerson', Alexander, of Estcrblakden 
in the forest of Werdall*. 



Esterblakden in the forest of Wer- 
dall', Alexander Emerson' of, and 
-•fermhoWof. 

The same, Alexander Bicherdson' of, 
and^holdyng" of. 

Emerson'. Nicholas, of the Westyate 
in Stanehopparke. 



Emerson', Alexander, of Gaitcaatil- 
shelc "within the parke." 



Emerson', Edward, of the Grynwell', 
in Stanehopparke. 



Emerson', GeorKe, of Ireshopbume- 
helebouse in the high forest 



Essh', William, esquire • • - 

The same William, Elisabeth, widow, 
of. 

Elandshire, Norhamshire and, Es- 

chei^r of. 
Emereson', John - 



Elandshire, Norhamshire and, Es- 

cheator of. 
Elvet. Old, in Durham, messuage in - 
Emerson, Geoffrey . . . 



Emerson', William, of Brotherlee in 
Stanehopparke. 



Emerson', Robert, of Ireshopbnmpap- 
worthhill' in the forest of Wardell*. 



Emerson', Richard, of Ireshopbume- 
mouth in the forest of Wardell. 



Emerson', Robert, of Estyate in War- 
deU'. 



EstTato in Wardell', Robert Emerson 

Estbuttisfeild, Robert Wynter of 
Evynwod, land within the barony of - 
Bdneir, John, of Bishop's Auckland - 
Elder, John, of Whikbam, the elder - 



See Emerson', William 



See Gibson', Katherine 



Has grant to fkrm of the " holdyng " 
of JSsterblakden, for the term of 
five years, at the rent of lit. 4d. 
per anniim. 

See Emenon', Alexander 



S&e Bicherdson, Alexander - 

Has grant to fkrm of the third part 
of a quarter of the Westyate for 
the tcnm of five years, at the rent 
of 2S«. 4rf. per annum. 

Has grant to fiurm of the *farme- 
hold" called GaitcastUshele for 
the term of five years, at the rent 
of 70«. per annum. 

Has grant to farm of the half of the 
"holdyng" of Grynwell' for the 
term of live years, at the rent of 
VJe. 9d, per annum. 

Has grant to farm of the half of 
the "fi&rmehold" called Ireshop- 
bumehelehouse for the term of 
five years, at the rent of 8*. per 
annum. 

Writ of diem clawtit exlremum 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lauds, Ac., of her late hus- 
band. 

See Claveiyng, Bobert; aUo Gray, 
Thomas. 

Has grant of the custody of the 
lancb. Ac., late of Bobert Todd, of 
Horsleybum, during the minority 
of his heir, together with the mar- 
riage of Bobert Todd, his next of 
kin and heir. 

See Swynno, John ... 

See Hedworth, John - - 

Has grant to farm of the herbage 
of the park of Stanehop' for the 
term of nine years, at the rent of 
lOOt. per annum. 

Has grant to fhrm of the "ferm- 
hold "of Broderlee for the term 
of five years, at tiie rent of 42. per 
annum. 

Has grant to fiiurm of half the 
"fermhold" of Ireshopbumpap- 
worthhlir for the term of five 
years, at the rent of 15s. per 
cmnum. 

Has grant to farm of half the 
" fermhold " of Ireshopbume- 
mouth for the term of five years, 
at the rent of 14s. per annum. 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Bioh- 
ard Hotton of Hunwlke, esquire, 
all right, Ac., in land, Ac., in the 
parish of Stanhop'. 

^0 Emerson', Bobert • 

/S(00 Sheiir, Thomas - 

See Wherton. John ... 

5^ Baker, William - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to Bichard Hedworth, 
of Whikham, all right. Ac, in a 
tenure in the vill and territory of 
Whikham. 



A.D. 
1611. 

AJ). 
1511. 

A.D. 

1511. 



A.D. 
1511. 

A.D. 
1511. 
A.D. 
16U. 



A.D. 
1611. 



AJ). 
1511. 



A.D. 
1611. 



Pontif. 
8 
2 



Un- 
dated. 



Pontif. 
10 

IS 

A.D. 
1611. 



Beign. 
SHen.8. 



SHen.8. 



3 Hen.8. 



Pontif. 
8 



2 

5 
6 
6 
7 



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119 



No. 1. — Durham Records : .Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Buthall — cant. 




Tear of 
Pontifi- 
CAfee,fto. 



9d' 



lid' 



S 
8 



11 



9d' 



2 
8 



Bdward» Balph» son and heir of Tho-^ 

mas Bdward of Norton' 
Bdward, Thomas, Ralph, son and 

heir of ..... 
Bdward, Roger, brother of the said 

Ralph 

Estihikley, Uuuls, Ac., in the vill and 

territoi^<rf. 
Bden*. Wuiiam, of Durham, mercer • 
Bvynwod, luid in - - - 

Ftothirstanehalgh', William, of He- 
thereclonirh', in (he forest of War- 
dell'. 



Fethirstanhalgh', Guy, of Mekilblak. 
deane, in the forest of Wardale. 



Fetherttanhalgh', Adam, of Burtre- 
welknott, in the forest of Wardall. 



Faweleyse, "fonre nobyls formerle 

in." 
Fetherstanehaigh, John 



Fcrronr, John, son and heir of John 

Ferrour, late of Fawlers. 
FawIejB, John Ferrour, late of 
Fethirstanehalgh*, Alexander, esquire, 

Eleanor, widow of. 

FnuikeleTn', William, clerk, Beceivor- 
Genenu. 



Fawleys, Ralph Walker of 



Foster. Ralph . . . . 

Frankelcyn% William, derk, and 
Thomas Tempest^ esquire. 



6rs8on^ William, of the Blakcloughe, 
in the forest of Wardell*. 



Gibson', Bouland, of Westrampshaw- 
, well*, in the forest of Wardale. 

Gibson', Katherine. widow, of Bstra- 
meshawell'. In the forest of War- 
dale. 



85S56. 



See Frankcloyn', William 



iSM Dukett, John . . . 

jSSm Howe. Robert . . . 

i8(M Boner, Edward . . . 

Has grant to farm of ** that haUTo 

Earte of the said fermhold" which 
e had before, for the term of five 

years, at the rent of 10«. per 

aimum. 
Has grant to fkrm of "the hole 

fermhold " of Mekilblakdeane for 

the term of seven yean, at the 

rent of 4Qif. per annum. 
Has grant to fiirm of the "hole 

haldyng" called Burtrewelknott 

for the term of five years, at the 

rent of 14*. per annum, 
iS(90 Bmerson', Geoffrey 

jSm Henyson', John . . - 



To have seisin of the lands, &c., of 
his late father. 

jSm Ferrour. John . . . 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the huida, Ac, of her late hus- 
band. 

Has writing enrolled, being Pro- 
ceedings before the Justices of 
Assise at Durham in the second 
year of the Pontificate, by Matilda, 
widow of William de Brakenbury. 
against Robert de Brakenbury. 
for a tbiid part of the manors of 
Brunne, Shipley ni^h Bedbum', 
and Croke nigh Biohebum', as 
dower. 

Also, Proceedings before the 
same justices in the same year 
hy the said Matilda against Peter 
de Brakenbursr for the third part 
of landH, Ac. in Wotton* in Wer- 
dall, Middelham and Begefeld, 
and against Robert de Braken- 
bury for the third part of the 
manors of Great Brunne and Ship- 
ley, as dower. 

Also further Proceedings in the 
first abovo-mentioned case. 

See Spumston', William 



Writ of diem elaueii extremum 
Are appointed Commissioners to re- 
ceive fh>m Ralph Bdward, son 
and heir of Thomas Edward of 
Norton', his surrender of messu- 
ages, Ac., in Norton*. 
• Certificate of said Commission- 
ers that such surrender was made 
to the use of Roger Bdward, 
brother of the said ILalph. 

Has grant to flKin of the ''ferm- 
hold " of Blakdoughe for the term 
of five years, at the rent of 6t. 8cl. 
per annum. 

Has grant to form of half of the 
" sheiir " of Westrampshawwell' 
for the term of five years. 

Has grant to firm of the "halfl 
holoyng " called Estrameshaweir 
for tlra tenn of five years, at the 
rent of 18«. 4«l. per annum, 

I 






12 

Reign. 
IS H«a.8. 
Pontif. 

12 

14 

A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
1511. 



AJ). 

1611. 



A.D. 
1611. 
A.D. 
1611. 
Pontif 
1 

1 
2 



8 



Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 

12 

12 



A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
1611. 

A.D. 
1611. 



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No. 1. — Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Buihall — cant. 




4 
8 



11 
14 
Id* 

2d' 
4d' 
8d' 



Od' 



2 



GaitcBstilahele "within the Parke," 
AlezBiider Emenon' of, and " fume- 
hold " called* 

Grynwell', John Tonger of the, and 



loldyng " of. 

-weir in 81 ,^ , 

lenon* of the, aod^ boldyng " ot 

Graye, Ralph, knight 



Grrnwell^in Stanehopparke, Edwaxd 
Bdm 



Gray, Thomas, son and heir of Ralph 
Gray, knight. 



Gray, Ralph, knight, Thomas Gray, 

■on and nelr of. 
Gray, Thomas, Edward, nesit of kin 

and heir of. 
Gatished& Ac ( jnim«m) 
Gateshead, Thomas Swayne of 



Gray. Ralph, of Kyi 
The same Balph, Hi 
of. 



ley, esqnire 
~eniy, son and heir 



:} 



Gardyner, William, of Rerwick, mer- 

ohiuit. 
Gray, Thomas ... 
Gray, Sir RiOph - 

rWilliamlnskipof O 
Gateshead < William ThondynBon' of > 

Cooal mines and pits of •) 
Grenwell', William 
Gibayd, William Dizson' of • 
GrenweU', Robert, son and heir of 
William Grenwell'. 



Grenwell*, William, Robert, son and 

heir of. 
Georve, M iddilton', Elizabeth Kelyng- 

Great Busby in the comity of York,') 

Robert Howe of - - -> 

Greveson', JTohn, of Durham, mercer ) 

Hylton', William, Baron of Hylton' -*) 
Hylton', William Hrlton*. Baron of -J 
Hetheredough', in the forest of War- 
dell', William Pethirstanehalgh' of. 
The same, John Natresse of, and the 

"8holll'"of. 
Horryson'. Rolland, of Swrnhonpe- 
bumshele in BtanhoupparKe. 

Horsley, Nether, in Btanehopparke, 
John Shaa of, and " fermhold ^ odled. 

Henryson'. William, of Hunsheleford, 
in the forest of Werdall*. 



Hunsheleford, in the forest of Wer^ 
dair, William Henryson' ot and 
tenure called. 

Honlehed. in Stanehopparke. Edward 
Sandson^ of, and "fermehold " calledL 

Horsley, Over, in Btanehop parke. 
Thomas Neveli' of, and "iarme- 
hold"of. 

Hansbelford, in the high fbrest. Alex- 
ander Tona; of. and " larmohold *' of. 

Harryson', John, the elder, of the 
Burtrefford, in the high forest. 



Hunshelford* in the high forest, John 
Yonge of, and *' fkrmehold " of. 

Henyaon', John, the younger, and 
John Petherstanhalgh. 



See Emenon', Alezaader 

See Yonger, John 
See Emerson*, Edward 



Mandamme for Inqaialtion poet 

mortem. 
Writ of diem elaueit ex tre m u m 

addressed to the Escheator of 

Norhamshire and Elandshire. 
The like to the Escheator of 

Durham. 
5!m Gray, Thomas • . . 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, late 

of his said father. 
iSlM Gateshead. 
See Spumston', William • 



Writ of diem claueii extremum 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, late 

of his said fisther. 
See Strangwysshe, Thomas; aleo 

Browne,HaIph. 

See Browne, Ralph • 

i8^ Inskip, William • 

See Honley, Thomas • 

See Shebell', WiUiam - 

Has Deed enrolled, wherein he 
surrendered to Henry, his son, all 
rii;ht, ftc., in a messuage and land 
in wiggiyde. 

See Grenwell', Robert 

See Cayme, Thomas - 



See Howe, Robert 

See Kaye, Thomas 

See Fethiratanehalgh', William 

See Natresse, John • 



», 



Has nant to flum of the " haldyng 
of Swynhoupbumshele in Stan 
houpark for the term of twe yearsi 
at the rent of 41. per amimm. 

See Shaa, John 



Has grant to fisrm of the tenure 
called Hunsheleford for the term 
of five yean at the rent of ISt . 4(1. 
per annum. 

See Henryson', William • 



See Sandson*. Edward 
5!m Neyeir, Thomas • 



See Yong, Alexander ... 

Has grant to farm of the fburth 
part of the "fkrmehold" of Bur- 
trefford Ibr the term of five year^, 
at the rent of 5a, per annum, 

iSM Yonge, John . • • 

Have grant to fiurm of the^farme- 
hcAa" called Crokeffordshele for 
the term of five yearsb *t the rent 
of lOf . per ammm. 



of 
Pontift- 
catcftc 

AJ). 
1511. 

AJ). 
15U. 
AJ). 
1611. 
Pontif. 
8 

9 



9 
10 



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dated. 
Pontif. 

IS 

18 

6 
6 



1 
1 
8 



8 
11 

12 



8 

AJ). 

1011. 
A.D. 
1611. 
AJ). 
1611. 



AJ). 
1611. 
A.D. 
1511. 



A.D. 
Ull. 

A.D. 
1611. 
AJ>. 
161L 

AJ). 
1611. 
A.D. 
Ull. 



A.D. 
1611. 
A.D. 
16U. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 



121 



No. 1.-— Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Ruthall — coni. 




12 



14 



3d' 



4d' 



H9ggeraton', Thomas, late of Hegger- 
ston', e8qiiire»Slinheth« widow of. 

Hegxerston*, Thomas Haggerston', 
esquire, late of. 

Heron', Soger, knight, JToan, widow 
of. 

Hall', John, of Hydilham 



Honleyburn, Aobert Todd, late of - 



Hedworth', John, esquire, Elen, wife 
Elizabeth, widow of William 



of, and 
Hansard* knight. 



Hansard, William, knight, Elizabeth,-) 
widow of - - " "I 

Houstre, manor of - - O 

Hedlee, Ijaanoelot, son and heir of 
Edward Hedlee. 

The same Launcelot • . - 

Hedlee, Edward, deceased 

Herthonpbumpundfkld, in the forest 
of WardeU', Christopher Richerd- 
son' of, and ** fermhold " of. 

Harrvson*. Richard, of Swynhopbum', 
in Btanehop' Parke. 



Hogeion', Thomas 



6d* 
6d' 



Horsley, Joan, widow of William 
Horsley. 



Horsley, Thomas- . • . 
Heghington', Henry, of Kfarkmering- 

ioa. 
Henryson'^icholas, of Whikham - 
Horsley, Thomas, son and heir of 

William Horsley. 



Horsley, Wmiam 

Hotton', Richard, of Hnnwlko, es-" 

quhns - - - 

Hunwikei Richard Hotton' 

quire - - - 
Horsley, Robert, of Bradeleball' 
Hogeson', Robert, of ToftehiU' 

HamptteUr* Bumhop' and, tenure in 



iriko, e»-^ 
i' of* es-i 



To haye assignment of dower out of 
the lands, so., of her late husband. 
S&e Haggerston', Thomas 

Writ of diem elauaii extremum 

Has grant to farm of the demesne 
lands of Mydelham and the park 
there for the term of thirty-one 
years, at the rent of 8^. 13s. 4(2. 
per annum. 

5l9« Emereson', John - • . 



To have seisin of their respectiTo 
moieties of the manor of Wody- 
feld, and land, &c., there, messu- 
ages and land in the vill of Braf- 
ferton', a messuage and land in 
Shildon', the manor of Houstre, 
land, &c., nigh Twyqrir, a messu- 
sge and land in the vill of Piktre, 
a messuage and land in Pelton'. a 
messuage and land in Bursbladez 
and rents there, a messuage and 
land in Kyowleche, a messuage in 
Old Elvet in Durham, a tenement 
in the North bailey of Durham, 
a messuage in Clavporth Street, 
Durham, and a close in North 
Auckland, as daughten and heirs 
of Margaret Comwalles, widow, 
daughter and heir of Thomas 
Chaunceller, esquire. 

iS(00 Hedworth, John - 

y^rit de etate probanda 

To have seisin of the landsi Ac, of 

the said Edward Hedlee. 
See HedleCi Launcelot 

See RioherdK>n', Christopher 



Has grant to farm of half the " hold- 
vng" of Swynhopbum* for the 
term of five years, at the rent of 
209. per aii»Niii. 

Has Deed enrolled, wherebv he re- 
leased and surrendered to John 
Walton', the elder, and John Wal- 
ton, the younger, his right, &c., in 
a messuage odled Ka^rsley, and 
land nigh Kaysley, within the vill 
and territory of Southbedbume. 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby she re- 
leased and surrendered to Thomas 
Horsley, her son, all right, Ao., in. 
a tenement, Ac., called Byreley- 
feld within the lordship of Buttis- 
feld. 

^M Horsley, Joan . • . 

jS^ Cheswik, John 

See Swalwell, Isabella 

Has Deed enrolled, wherobgr he re- 
leased and surrendered to William 
Grenwell' all right, &c, in a tene- 
ment and land celled Byrelake- 
feld. 

See Horsley, Thomas ... 

See Emerson*, Robert 

Am Smythe, Edwin - 

See Parkynson', Richard ; ateo Hot- 

ley, George. 
iSMColynson', Joan • 

I 2 



1 
1 
1 

7 



Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
IS 



IS 

18 

IS 

IS 

Reign. 

SHen.8. 

SHen.8. 



Pontif. 
1 



1 
1 

1 
1 



1 
8 

1 

4 



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No. 1. — Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Rttthall — cont. 




6d' 



7d' 



8d' 



9d' 



10 d' 



4 
11 
2d' 



3d* 



Heighyngton', Rolwii, of Kirkme-^ 
rjngton' • - " "C 

Hartbum, cottages, ftc, in the Till \ 
and territory of - • -J 

Hogeson', Thomaa . . . 



Hogeaon', Hugh • • - - 
Hehowse nigh Knytchley. G^eorge 

KirkleyandCuthbertKirkleyofthe. 
Heighyngton\ measuage, &c.f in the 

▼ill and territory of. 
Hedworth. BichaniU of Whikham 

Hall, JTolm, of Hiddleham 

Hilton', William, knight. Baron of 
HUton'. 

Hunterodeaplaoe. meaauage, Ac., Called 

Hartbum', tenementa, fto., in the vill 
and territory of. 

Henknoir, Richard Bellasya of, gen- 
tleman. ' 

Howe, Robert, of Great Buaby in the 
county of York, and Joan nia wife, 
next of kin of Richard Mordorby, of 
Ihirham, glover. 



Hall, John, of Durham, draper 
Haunaard, William, eaquire, Elisa- 
beth, daughter and heir of. 

Ireahopbum'holdhouae, in tho foreat 
of Waredair, Roger Symaon' of, and 
''fermhold"of. 

Jakaon, John, of Weatrampahawwell', 
in the foreat of Wardale. 



Ireiihopbamcholehouac, in tho high 
foreat, George Emeraon* of, and 
"farmehold'^of. 

Ho, Richard, Lord Lomley of the, 

Anne, widow of. . 
Jamea, St., Berwyk, in the county of 

Wilta, John Thomaon' of. 
Inskip, William, of Gateahead, Robert 

Athe. the elder, of Durham, and 

William Thomlynaon' of Gateahead. 



IreahopbumpM>worthhiir, in the 
foreat of Wardell', Thomaa P^r- 
mantley of, and ** fenohold " of. 

The aame, Robert Emerson' of, and 
"fermhold"of. 

Irenhopbummouth', in the forest of 
Wardeir, Thomaa Vnderwod of, 
and " fcrmhold " of. 



See Robynaon', Robert 

Haa Deed enrolled, whereby he ro- 
leaaed to Hugh Hogoaon* all right, 
Ac.,.in a tenure ouled Trowvher- 
howae, and land in the Till and 
territory of Bedbuma. 

See Hogeaon', Thomaa 

iSlM Sheiir, Thomaa - 

i9M Baker, WUliam • 

See Tumbull', Thomaa ; aleo Elder, 

John. 
jKm Brown, Joan . • . 

5!m Mawer, Thomaa - • . 

See Btobbia, Isabella • . - 

See Storehyrd, John ... 

jSSm Dukett, John . . • 

Have Deeds enrolled, whereby they 
releaaed to John Hall, draper, 
William Eden*, mercer. Thomaa 
Blakden', goldsmith, John Greve- 
son', mercer, John Alanson*, 
draper, and Aleiander Wilson', 
mercer, all of Durham, all riffht, 
Ac in a meaauage called Bmallcya 
nigh WolaynghuB, and lands, Ac., 
inlSmalleys. 

Grant of the said premises, in 
execution of the Will of the said 
Richard Horderby, and in con* 
sideration of a certain sum of 
money, to the said John Hall and 
others above named. 

Declaration that the said grant 
is to the uses of "chirch warke 
and omamentcs " of the church of 
St. Nicholas, Durham, aa aet out 
in the aaid Deed. 

See Howe, Robert ... 

See Bcllaaya, Richard . - . 



^Sm Symaon', Roger • 

Haa grant to'fkrm of the third part 
of the "aheill"' of Weatramp- 
ahawwell' for the term of five 
yeara, at the rent of 11«. li<l. per 
annum. 

See Emerson', George 



iSM Lomley, Richard, Lord • 

See Martyn'j Thomaa ... 

Have grant to farm of the coal 
minea and pita of Gateahead for 
the term of sixteen yeara, at tho 
rent of Wl. 13s. 4(1. per annum. 

Recognisance of the aaid Wil- 
liam, Robert and William, for the 
due execution of the coveiianta in 
the aaid Indenture. 

See Permantley, Thomaa 



See Emerson*, Robert 
See Underwod, Thomas 



of 
Pontift. 
cate,Ac. 



4 
6 

6 

7 

7 
8 

8 

10 

Reign. 

MHen.8. 

Fontir. 
12 



12 
18 



A.D. 
15U. 

A.D. 
151L 



A.D. 
1511. 

Pontif. 
2 

12 



Reign. 
3Hen.8. 



8Hen.8. 
3 Hen.8. 



DEPUTY KKEPER OF THE PUfiLIC BECOBDS. 



123 



No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop UuthaM-^cont. 




3d' 
9d' 



IS 
14 
4d' 



6d' 
7d' 

8d' 

1 



Id* 

Sd* 

6d* 

7d* 

10 d' 
CBider) 

1 



Tiie nineb Uiohard Emerson' of, and 

''fennhold"of. 
James, St^ Berwyk, in the county of 

WihSi JTohn Thomson of. 

Kaje, Thomas, bachelor of laws, Wil- 
Imra Bulmer, knight, William Hyl- 
ton'. Baron of Hrlton', Thomas 
Tempest, John Bakett, and John 
Bentiey. 

KUlinghair, Hugh, esquire. Elizabeth, 
widow of. 

Kyowleche, messuage, &c., in • 
Kyley, Balph Gray of, esquire - 
Kaysley, messuage called, and land 

nigh. 
Kirkmerington, Hemy Heghington' 

of. 
Kirkmeryngton', Robert Heighyng- 

ton' of. 
Kirkley. William, of Enytchley 
"" tchfey.W ~ 
George, 

nigh Knytchley 



Knytchiey, William Kirkleyof ''] 
Kirkley. George, of the Hehowse'^ 



Kirkley, Cuthbert, of the same 
tchl 
irkle 
jmgh 
George. 



Knytchiey, Qeorffe, and Cuthbert 

" * swsenigl 
Kelynghiar. Elizabeth, of Middilton', 



"7 
Ki 



•r«e. 



irkley, of the Uehowse nigh 



Lawe, Thomas, of Esterblakden. in 
the forest of Wardale. 



Litillhangandowell. in the forest of 

Wardale, BoUand Emerson of, and 

«fownhold"of. 
Ludwelshele in Stanhoupnarke, John 

Emerson' of, and '* fermnold " of. 
Langleediele in Stanehopparke,*) 

Geoffrey Emerson' of - - - f 

Longlee in Stanehopparke, "fer-i 

maid" called . . . 

Lomley, Biohard, Lord, of the Isle, 
Aime, widow of. 



Lomlpy, Roger, esquire. Sheriff of 



Dur] 



'y. K 
ham. 



Layerok, Bobert, of Berwick, mer* 

chant. 
Lomley, Boger, of Lomley, esqniro • 



Lonesburgh, in the county of York, 

John Poiton' of. 
London, Thomas Ayre, late of, grocer, 

deceased, and Elizabeth his wife. 
I^esake, messuage, kc, in the vUl 

and territory of. 



Mekilblakdeane, in the forest 
Warden', Guy Pethintanhalgh' 
and * fermhold " of - 

Xekilhangaadewell, in the forest ol 
Wardale, WUliom BromhiU' of 

The asme, " fermhold "of 



1} 



See Emerson', Biohard 
See Mortyn', Thomas - 



Are appointed Commissioners to 
survey and let to flirm the lands, 
Ac., within the forest of Werdale 
and the East and West porks of 
Stanhoup. 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, Ac, of her late hus- 
band. 

See Hedworth', Jchn - - • 

See Gray, Balph . . • 

See Hogeson'fThomas 

iSm Cheswik, John . • . 
See Bobynson', Bobert 

iSiM Sheiir, Thomas - 



iSMfiheill*. Thomas • 

A 

iSiM Cayme. Thomas - 



Has grant to farm of the third part 
of ^ the fermhold" of Esterblak- 
den for the term of Ave years, at 
the rent of lie. 4d. per annum. 

See Emerson, Bolland 



See Emerson', John 



See Emerson', William 



To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, &c., of her late bus* 
band. 

After another entry a Memo- 
randum occurs of the said Anne 
having taken oath not to marry 
again without the Lord Bishop's 
licence. 

Enrolment of Indenture witnessing 
the delivnry by him to Brian 
Baty, bailiff of the liberties of 
Bipon, of the bodies of Henry 
Broun' and John Broun', ** noto- 
rious thefes and robbers," to be 
there punished for their offences. 

iSm Browne. Balph • • - 

Has grant to fkrmof the com water- 
mill of Wolsyngham fbr the term 
of twenty years, at the rent of ten 
marks per annum. 

iSlM Poiton', John * . . 

jSEMAyre, John- . . . 
jSEm Broun', Christopher 



See Fethhrstonhalgh', Guy • 



See Biomhill', William 



B<»ign. 

SHen^ 

Pontif. 

12 



2 



IS 

IS 
1 

1 

4 



11 



A.D. 
l&ll. 



A.D. 
1611. 

A.D. 
1511. 

A.D. 
1611. 

Pontif. 
2 



Beign. 
IOH011A 



Pontif. 
6 



a 

6 
IS 



A.D. 
1611. 

A.D. 
161L 



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No. 1. — Durham Beoords : Calendar of Rolls of Biehop RuthaU — coni. 




4 

6 

7 

11 



14 
ftd' 



6d' 
7d' 

8d' 



9d* 



2 



8 



Manerd, Alice, widow of Boffcr Mft- 
nerd of ByllyngBchele in Stanehop 
parke. 

Uanerd, Roger, of Byllyngschele, In 
Stanehop parke. 

Manera, Thomas, late of Cheswyk, 
eequire, Elisabeth, widow of. 

])felott,SaIph,esqiiire, Isabella, widow 
of 

Mydilham, John Hall' of, and the 

demesnes and park there. 
Middelham, lands, Ac., in • • 

M erley, Richard, of Bradewode 

Hartyn', Thomas, doctor of laws, 
George Sydenham, clerk. Arch- 
deacon of Salisbury, William Cer- 
vynton', esquire, and Henry Pauns- 
fote, gentleman. 



Maners, Thomas - • - - 

Morton, Leonard, of Berwick, met' 

chant 
M orley, George, of West Auckland - 



Merske, William Gonyers of - •) 
Moresby, John • - - -i 

Munyile, Cotom, land, Ac., in the Till 

and territory of. 
Middleham, John Hall of, and land, 

ftc, there. 
Mawer, Thomas, clerk, son and heir 

of John Mawer. 



Mawer, John, Thomas, son and heir 
of. 

Marshall', Robert, captain 

Middilton', George, Elisabeth Kelyng- 
hall' of. 

Martyn*, Thomas, doctor of laws, 
George Sydenham, clerk. Arch- 
deacon of Salisbury, William Cer- 
vynton', esquire, and Henry Riunoe- 
fote, gentleman. 



Morderby, Richard, of Durham, glover 



Nattes. Rolland, of Werisheved in the 
forest of Wardell. 



Natresse, James, of the Blakclough, in 
the forest of Wardale. 



Natresse, John, of Hethereclogh'. in the 
forest of Wardale. 



Nether Horseley. in Stanehopparke, 
Johu Shaaof, and *'fennhold^'oalled. 

l^evell', Thomas, of Over Horslcy, in 
Stanehop parke. 



Has grant to farm of the " ferme- 
hold" called BiUingshole fbr the 
term of five years, at the rent of 
70f . Mr annum, 

iS^« Manerd* Alice . • - 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, &&, of her late hus- 
band. 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, Ac, of her late hus- 
band. 

iS^s Hall', John • . - 

See Frankdeyn, William 
See Spumston', William 

Are appointed Commissioners to re- 
ceive flrom John Thomson* of St. 
James Berwyk, in the county of 
Wilts, his surrender of messuages, 
hinds, Ac., in Blakwell. Ookirton', 
Darlington, and Bondgate in Dar- 
lington. 

Precept for Inquisition post mortem 

^Sm Browne, Ralph - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Robert 
Hogeson' of Tofthill' all right, Ac., 
in the moiety of a tenement in 
TofthUr. 

jSm Bothe. Richard . - • 

See Parkynson', John 

iSstf Brown, Joan . . - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he 
surrendered to William Hilton', 
knight. Baron of Hilton', all right, 
Ac, in a cottage and land in the 
vill and territory of Bishop's Wer- 
mouth. 

A0« Mawer, Thomas • - . 

iS00 Dodd*. Thomas - 

^0 Cayme, Thomas - • - 

Are appointed Commissioners to re- 
ceive from John Thomson of Saint 
James, Berwyk, in the county of 
Wilts, his surrender to Henxy 
Watson of New Salisbury, dyer, 
of messusges, land, Ac, in Blak- 
well', Cokerton', and Darlington. 
Certificate by the said Commis- 
sioners of sucn surrender being 
made. 

jSm Howe, Robert . . . 



Has nant to farm of the third part 
of the " fermhold " of Werisheved 
for the term of five yean, at the 
rent of 1S«. 4d. per annum. 

Has gnuit to fiirm of the third part 
of the " sheill " of Blakclough for 
the term of five years, at the rent 
of fie. Bd» per annnm. 

Has grant to farm of the half of 
the "sheiir " of Hethereclogh' for 
the term of five years, at the rent 
of 10s. per annum, 

jSm Shaa, John • . . 

Has grant to farm of the "farme- 
hold" of Over Horslev for the 
term of seven years* at toe rent of 
969, per annmm. 



Year of 
Pontifl- 
catcAo. 



AJ). 
1611. 



A.D. 

1511. 

Pontif. 

1 



3 



8 
Un- 
dated. 
Pontif. 
12 



IS 
6 



4 
7 

7 

8 



8 

7 
11 

12 



12 



A.D. 
161L 



AJ). 
ISll. 



AJ). 
1511. 



A.D. 
1611. 
A.D. 
1611. 



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Ho. I. — ^Dorham Records : Calendar of Holls of Bishop Rnthall — cont. 



Uandamtu bum tb- I 
(thtiBM being i^u. 
them to deliver to \V 
knight, BberiS i.r 
perttm of D»Ttd 'I'l 



yortlimnbertuiiL 7111190111 In tbe 

Korth ADokluid, meiiuafle,Ao.,|nlled 

WodbouKlowe nlKh. 
Norhunihire and ButadihiTe,BschcA- 



MnwoMtlB on-TyBe, Obrialopber Brig' 

VarOi Aockluid, cIdk in 

ItBTill', ThomBi, bnttber and heir ot 

EBlph NBTiil'. 

If eiilF, Balpb . . . - 

NevcHtle-on-Tvne, Thomu ffiddell ol 
Tforth Auokluid, nieauwe. ftcu in - 
Nodder, Jobn. heir of WilUim Madder 



Na«tonoq«, tenure in the nil ajid 

territory oi. 
New S»li»bm7, Henry W»t«>n 01, dyer 
Norton'. Thomu Bdwud of, deceued, ^ 

■Bd Balpb ftud Roger, hli soni 
Norton', nKBuaged Ic., in - - 
KewcaKle, Bobsit Bnndlyng of 



Ofer Honley, In Btanohop 






OrerBnulleyi - 

Oven gatOi Durtaami mate Und i 

" Puke, tlie bight ot tbe." place called 



tbe 'Wotymte, irilUn tlie pane. 



Parfcymon', John, the elder - 
Tbe nme John, Klcbard, Kin and bi 



PukTmon' James 



FemiMitln, Thomas of Ireabopbum' 



I rely 



the pnrpoae of l<i> 
kept In tbe <wtle c.r 

Set Wbitdeld, John 

&!■ Claiton', InbellB 

See OlaTeryng, Robert ; nlM Gray, 

Bee Bwynno, Jobn 

See Bpnnuton', VUliam 

Set Bednrorth'. Jobn - 

la bare niiin.oftbo lands,! 
fail Bid bniCbor. 

5m Hetill', Thomu - 

Bee Webitsr. William 

5»I\>lton'.Jahn 

Hai De«d enrolled, whetebj I 
kuGd to William Treue.o. — - 
cbeoter, all right. Ac., in Ibo thinl 
part of a tenure in tlie tUI a" ' 
Mrritory of Newtoncape. 

Bte Nodder. John 

Set Huiyn', Tbomai - 

Bee Piankeieyn, William - 

See Boner, Edvard - 



Sm AdthM, Bobert ■ 
Bee Emerson' George - 

H>1 grant to Atrm of tbe ' holdyng " 
of Sbirwentford for the \e — • 
Hie yean, at tbe rent of £1 



. of 



Writofdtoiacii 

To hare aeiiin of the landi, Ac. ol 
hii nld (Bther. 

Bee Martyn', Tbon_ 

Haa licence to enfeolT Richard Wy- 
oly IT, gentleman. Anthony Bmytb', 
gentleman, Bichaid TailtK^a, 
■enileman, James Parkyiuon', 
William Wren' the younger, ar 
Robert Back^ all his landi, 1_ . 
In Badberg.WhHHOw, Diyngteld, 
Darlington, Weat Anckland, and 
BlakwaU'. 

Set Farkynson', Blchaid 

Am Hedworth. John • 



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No. 1. — Durliam Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Ruthall — cant. 




4d' 
6d' 



6d' 

7d* 



9d' 

10 d' 

(Bider.) 

1 
8 



9 



8d' 



Sd* 



4d' 



Piurkynson', Bichard, won of JTohn 
Folton', John, son and heir of Bobert 
Polton'. 



Polton*, Bobert - - • - 

Polton', John, of Lonesburgh, in the 
county of York. 



Parkynson', Bichard, of Whessowe - 



Poidc, John 
Parkynaon', John 



Parkynson', Richard, and Arthur, his 

son. 
Paunoefote. Henry, gentleman 
Pekkair, Thomas . . • 



Bakett,John . . • . 

Bicherdson', Alexander, of Esterblak- 
den, in the forest of Werdair. 



Bicherdson*. Boger, of Durham, meroer 
Baddiir, Balph, esquire, Isabella, 
widow of. 

Bevilly, Beyfley, William, late of 

Aukcrofte, gentleman. 
Beyfley, Geonce. son and heir of the 

soidWillUm. 
Byton', John Wright' of, the younger 



Boke, John Swynno of, esquire 

Bipon, Brian fiaty, bailiff of the 

liberties of. 
Bieair. in the county of York, manor 

of Weylhair nigh, and lands, &c., 

there. 
Bicherdson*. Anthony, of Westramp- 

shawoir, in the forest of Waidell*. 



Bicherdson, Boger, of Durham 



Badolyffe. Balph, of Tunstall*, esquire \ 
Bicherdson', Jolui, of Durham, dyer • S 
Bicherdson*, Christopher, of Hert- 



houpbumpundiUd, in the forest- of 
Warden*. 

Bothingbume . . • . 

Biddeir. Thomas, of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. 
Booiyiiaon*, Bobert» of Cokerton' • 



See Dove, John . . . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Biohard 
Downes, of Auckland Park, all 
right, ftOn to land at Byres. 

iSM Polton*, John . . . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he con- 
firmed to Bichard Downes a mes- 
suage. Ac, in North Auckland, and 
released to him all right, Ac, 
therein. 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Bobert 
Hogeson*. of Toftehill', all right. 
Ac., in the moiety ot a tenement in 
Toftehill'. 

Aw Wright, John 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to Bichard Parkynson, 
his son, and Arthur, son of the 
said Bichard, all right. Ac in 
land, &c.. in the vill and territory 
of Cotom Munvile. 

See Parkynson', John • • - 

See Martyn*, Thomas - - - 

See Broun', Christopher 



iSiM Eaye, Thomas . . . 

Has grant to farm of the " holdyng ** 
of Esterblakden for the term of 
five years, at the rent of .ISs. 4d,per 
annum, 

500 Whitffeld, John • • 
To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, Ac, of her late hus- 
band. 
Writ of diem elauHt extremum 

To have seisin, of the lands, Ac, of 

his late father. 
iSstf Wrtghf , John • 



/SIm Swynno, John . • • 

A!m Loml^, Boger • • . 

See Selby, Monastery of St Ctonnan 
of. 

Has grant to farm of the third part 
of Westrampshaweir for the term 
of five years, at the rent of 8«. 4d. 
per annum. 

Is appointed master and workman 
** of his money of silver " to the 
Lord Bishop for the term of seven 
years; with conditions for making 
of the said money. 

Becognisanoe to the Lord Bishop 
for the due execution of the said 
conditions by the said Boger, John 
Batmanson', doctor of laws, Balph 
Badclyffe, of Tunstall', esquire, 
Bobert Blount, of Durham, mer- 
chant, and John Bicherdson' of 
Durham, dyer. 

See Bicherdson, Boger 

Has grant to farm of the " fermhold " 
Of Berthoupbumpundfald for the 
term of two years, at the rent of 
20j. jMi* annum. 

See Alanaon', Thomas 

See Webster WUliam - 
iSMWaiaon', William - 



of 
Pontifl- 
cate,Ac 

1 

2 



2 
8 



4 
7 



12 
IS 



2 

A.D. 

UlL 



PontiL 
S 

4 



7 

7 

Un- 

Pontif. 

10 
Beign. 
10 Hon. 7. 

A.D. 
1614. 

A.D. 
IfilS. 



Beign. 
2HeiL8. 



8Hen.8. 
8 Hen. 8. 



MHen. 
Pontif. 
I 



DEPITTT KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDa 



127 



Xo. 1. — Darham Records: Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Rathall-— con/. 



« • 



brane. 




6d' 



ed' 



7d' 

1 

1 



BobyiuoD, Richard 



Bobynaon, Baiiram 
Bokeby. WiUiam 



Ryton', John Vriffht of • -> 

RytonMNid, Ac, in - • -i 

Robynion', John, of Weatmerlngton'- 
Bobynaon' Robert, heir of Tuomaa 
Bobynaon*. 



Bobynion', Thomaa . . . 

Raikett, John, of Durham 

Stanhoup. East and We8tj)arks of - 
Stanhoupharke, Qeoflrey Emerson' of 

Whesnopbnra'fin, George Emenon', 

son of. 
Swynhoupebums- "^ 

httle, in Stanhoup- Rolland Her- 

parke - -I rysonof,and 
Stanhoupparke, f '^haldyng " 

Swynhoapebuma- 1 of 

bele in - -J 

Stanhoupparke, Ludwelshele in, John 
Emerson' of, and " fermhold " of • 

Shaa, John, of Netbor Henley in 
Stanehopparko. 



ir-^ 
id( 

•:) 

of.^ 



Year of 
Pontifl- 
cate,Ac. 



Stanefaopparke, Nether Horsley in, 
John Shaa of, and " fermhold " 
called. 

Bymson', Roffer. of Ireahopbum'hold- 
houae, in the forest of wiuredall'. 



Stanohoppark, Whesnovebume in, 
Qeoffray Bmenon* of, and ** ferm- 
hold "of. 

Swrnhopbume in^ Matthew 
Stanehopparke - 1 Baynebrige 

Stanehopparko, ( and 

Swytinopbume in J "fermald" 

Stanehopparke^ Lancleeshele 
Geoffrey Emerson' or- 

Stanehopparke, " formald called 
Langleo^in - - . 



of.| 
inj 

ledj 



St. John, chapel of, in the forest of 
Wardale, tenement of Westerthoupe- 
bourne ni^ the. 

Stanehop parke, Westvate in, Nicho- 
las Emerson' of, ana tenement of a 
third part of a dnarter of the. 

Stanehop parke, Billlugshele in, Alice 
Uaneitl, widov of Roger Manerd of, 
and " fermehold " of. 

Sandson', Edward, of Horslehed in 
Stonehopparke. 



^Horslehed in, Edward 

Sandson' of, and 

Stanhope- j " fermehold " called. 

parke - Over Horsley in, Thomas 

Novell' of, and^farme- 

. hold "of, 

Spiyng, the, "above the 'Wesl<yate^ 

within the parke," Rouland Pdrt c 

of - • - • •V 

Spiyngi'lhnmibold" called the O 



Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Eartnun 
Robynson, his son, all right, ftc., 
in a tenure in Stanehop*. 

Sm Robynson, Richard 

Memorandum that he had desired 
a copy cf the Office taken upon 
Thomas Surtes in case the oo-par- 
oeners should wish to traverse same. 

iSstf Wright. John . . . 

See Carisley, Robert - - - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased to Robert Heighyngton', of 
Kirkmeryngton', all right, Ac., in 
cottages and land in the viU and 
territory of Hartbum. 

See Robynson*, Bobert 

iSSm Ayre, John- . • • 

^Sm Kaye, Thomas • • . 
See Emerson', George • - • 



See Henyson, Rolland 



^Sm Bowes, Ralph • . . 

Sm Emerson, John • • • 

Has grant to fsnn of half of the 
" fermhold" called Nether Horsle 
for the term of five years, at the 
rent of 70s. per annum, 

iSSm Shaa, John 

Has grant to fkrm of half the "said 
fermhold" for the term of live 
years, at the rent of 8«. per an* 
num. 

See Emerson', Geoffrey 



See B«ynebrige, Matthew 



See Emerson', WiUiam 



See Tunstair, William 
See Emerson' Nicholas 
<5(S0 Manerd, Alice . . . 

Has grant to farm of the "torme- 
hold " called Horslehed, for the 
term of seven years, at the rent of 
86«. per annum. 

See Sandson*, Edward 

£^ Neveir. Thomas • • • 



See Peirt, Rouland • 



S 

s 



4 
4 



4 
6 

2 
A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
UU. 



A.D. 
Ifill. 

A.D. 

1511. 
A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
1611. 

A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
1511. 



A.D. 
1511. 



A.D. 
1511. 

Reign. 
SHeiLS. 



A.D. 
1511. 

A.D. 
1511. 

A.D. 
1611. 



A.D. 
1611. 

A.D. 
1511. 



A.D. 
161L 



128 APPENDIX r] TO THE THIBTT-SIXTH BEPOBT OF THE 



No. 1. — Darham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Bnthall— «on/. 




2d' 



8d* 



:} 



Btanehopptfke, the Girnwell' in, 
Edward Bmenon' of the, i 
" holdyng *' of - 

Sokbnm', Christopher Ctonyera late 
of, Thomas, son and heir of. 

Surtet, Thomas, esquire, Margaret, 
widow of. 

6 Sorope, Bobert, Katherine, widow of • 

Snoterton*, John Baynbrige late of, 
esquire. 

Sayr, William, late of Worsett*. es- 
quire. 

Sayer, John, son of the said William - 

Bcrope, Henry le, knight, next of kin 
and heir of John le Borope, knight. 

Scrope, John le, knight, deeeased 
Shipley nigh Bedburn', manor of - *> 
Begefeld, land, ftc., in • • -J 

Skarlett, Edmund, bailiff of Alver^ 
ton*. 



8 Sadberge, Bsoheator of - 

9 Swynno, John, of Boke, esquire 



The same John, Ralph, son and heir 

of. 
Badbergh, Escheator of - 

10 The same • . - - - 
Strangwys, George, son and heir of 

Thomas Btrangwys. 

Strangwys. Thomas, deceased • 

11 Spumston', William, of Wolssrng- 
h&m, Ralph Walker of Fawleys, 
Richard Merley of Bradewode, and 
Thomas Swayne of Gateshead. 

Bwayne, Thomas, of Gateshead 

Sydenham, George, clerk. Archdeacon 
of Salisbury - - - - 

Salisbury, George Sydenham, derk, 
Archdeacon of - - - . 

St. James. Berwyk, in the county of 
Wilts, John Thomson' of 

Smyth', Anthony, gentleman - 

Sadberg. lands, Ac., in - 

12 Shildon', messuage, &C., in 
Id* Strongwysshe, Tnomas, esquire, mas- 

I tor porter of Berwick, and William 
Gardyner, of Berwick, merchant. 



:} 



Selby, monastery of St. German of, 
Robert, Abbot of. 



St. German of Selby, Robert, Abbot of 

the Monastery of. 
Stanehop', park of . . . 



Stobbes, John 



Stanehopparke, Broderlee in, William 

Einerson' of. 
Symson', John, of Dyrtpotshele in the 

forest of Wardell'. 



See Emerson', Edward 



See Conyers, Christopher • 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, Ac., of her lato hus- 
band. 

Writ of diem olauaU extremmm; 
aleo eee Scrope, Henry le. 

5m Baynbrige, John - . . 

Writ of diem claueit exiremum 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of his 

lato fiftther. 
To have seisin of the lands, Ac, late 

of Katherine, widow of Robert le 

Scrope, esquire. 
See Scrope, Henry le • 

See Frankeleyn, William 

Has grant to farm of certain parcels 
of land, Ac, in the town and field 
of Alverton' for the term of 40 
years, at the rent of W. Se. Oid. 
per annum, 

iSM Dacre, Elizabeth • . . 

Writ of diem daiteU extremum, ad- 
dressed to the Escheator of Nor- 
hamshire and Elandshire. 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac.,- late 
of his said father. 

(S!m Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

iSm Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Has licence of entiy into the lands, 
Ac, of his late father, without 
proof of age, Ac. 

See Strangwys, George 

Writ of ectrefaeiae against them at 
the suit of Christopher Brigham 
of Newcastle-on-Tyne upon a 
recognisance. 

See Spumston', William 



See Martyn', Thomas 



See Parkynson', Richard 

/Sm Hedworth, John . . . 

Indenture whereby the Lord Bishop 
let to them to fi&rm the mines and 
pits of Tweedmouth for the term 
of SO years, at the rent of 62. 13s. 4d. 
per atmum. 

Has grant to lann of the manor 
of Weylhair nigh Ricair in the 
county of York, and the demesne 
lands, Ac, thereto belonging 
there, and in Ricall' aforesaid, for 
the term of 40 years, at the rent 
of 72. 18s. 4d. per annum. 

See Selby, Monastery of St. German 
of. 

See Emerson, Geoffrey 



Has mnt to ftirm of the farmhold 
called the Westyethwattor for the 
term of flve years, at the rent of 
70s. per annum. 

See Emerson', William 

Has grant to firm of half the 
••holdyng" of Dyrtpotshele for 
the term of five yesrs, at the rent 
of 10s. per annum. 



of 
Pontifi- 
oatcAc 



A.D. 

1611. 

Pontif. 

S 



6 
6 

7 
7 
6 

6 
8 
9 



9 
10 



10 

10 
10 
11 



11 

Un- 

dated. 



Un- 
dated. 

Pontif. 
12 



IS 

13 
6 



A.D. 

1614. 



A.D. 
1614. 
AJ). 
1511. 
Pontif. 
3 



Reign. 
SHen.8. 

3Hen.8. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 



129 



1^0. 1..— Durham Becords : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Bathall— con/. 




Sd' 



4d' 



6d' 



6d' 



7d* 



8d' 



9d' 



10 d* 
(Rider) 

1 
S 



a4^.«^i.^»t ti.«^^ r Bon oi. uio 



fkB I 



Smalleys, Thomas AlMiion' of, yeo^ 
man - - • " "i 
Smalleya. Over • . - -^ 

Southbeaburne, vill and (erritoiy of • 
BwaUveU', Robert Jsabella wife of - 



ShebeU'. WUUam 



Stanhop', land. Ac., in the pariih of - 
Smythe, Edwin, son and lieir of Ro- 
bert Smythe of Diybumhede. 



Smythe, Robert, of Drybumhede, 

deceased. 
Btanehop*. tenure in . . - 

BeKefeld, messaaae, Ac, in the Till 

and territory of. 
Snrtes, Thomas « - - - 

Bheiir,Thomas, of WestbnttisfeOd - 



The nme Thomas 



Snotterton, John Baynbrige of 
Bmyrthwat, John 



Smythe, Thomas, of Blakwell 
Btobbis, Isabella, widow 



Snrtes, John, clerk - - -^ 

Schildon*. lands, Ac, in - - -i 
Storehjrrd, John, of Chester-in-le- 

Street, son and heir of William 

Storehyrd. 



Storehyrd, William, John, son and heir 
of. 

Rhirebum' hoose, William Wrenn' of, 
and Thomas his son. 

Sydenham, George,clerk, Archdeacon^ 
of Salisbury • - ' ' 

Salisbury, Geone Sydenham, clerk, > 
Archdeacon of- - • • i 

Salisbuiy, New, Henry Watson of -J 

Smalleys nich Wolsynffham, mes- 
suage called, and land, ac, in. 

Stellyng, John • . . . 



Tempest, Thomas ... 
Toda, BUen, of the Burtreflord, in the 
fbrett of WerdalL 



See Harryson, Richard 



See Alanson/ Thomas 

See Hoffeson', Thomas 

Has iJeed enrolled, whereby she 
released and surrendered to Ni- 
cholas Henryson' of Whikham, all 
right, fto., in certain houses, land, 
Ac., in the Till and territory of 
Whikham. 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Wil- 
liam Dixaon', of Gibsyd, all right, 
&c., in a messuage and land in the 
vill and territoiy of Whikham. 

See Emerson', Robert 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Boxer 
Horsley, of Bradelehall', all right, 
Ac., in land, Ac, at Diybumhede. 

iSM Smythe» Edwin - - - 

See Robynson, Robert 

iSiM Alane, John . . . 

See Rokeby, William 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to William Kurkley, of 
Knytchley. and Robert Wynter, 
ofEstbutttefeild, all right, Ac, in 
the moiety of his tenure of West- 
buttisfeild. 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to GeoKe Kirkley of the 
Hehowse nigh &nytchley and 
Cuthbert Kirkley of the same, 
yeoman, all righ^ Ac., in land in 
Westbuttisfeld. 

i^M Wherton, John - ' - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to Anthony Bukkils of 
Wols^ngham all right, Ac, in 
land in the vill and territory of 
Wolsyngham. 

See Chambre, William 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby she re- 
leased to Thomas, son of her late 
husband Richard, all right, Ac., in 
a messuage, Ac., called Broune- 
leceplace, another called Hunte- 
rodesplaoe, and a tenure late of 
Thomas Clough. 

iSM Caymo, Thomas . . . 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby ho sur^ 
rendered to Nicholas Tempest, 
esquire* all risht, Ac., in various 
tenements ana land in the vill 
and territory of Hartbum*. 

iSM Storehyrd, John . . . 

See Thomborow, Oliver 



Reign. 
SHenA 



24Hen.7. 
Pontif. 

1 

1 



See Martyn', Thomas - 

See Howe» Robert 

See Broun*, Christopher 



j8S0« Kaye, Thomas . - - 

Has grant to fton of three parts of 

the *'sheill'" of Burtrelfeid for 

the term of five years, at the rent 

of ISf.JMrOfUNIM. 



2 
2 



2 

S 
S 

s 

6 



6 

7 



7 

8 



11 
10 



10 

12 

12 

12 
IS 



2 
A.D. 
16U. 



130 APPENDIX L TO THE THIBTT-SIXTH REPOBT OF THE 



No. 1. — ^Durham Btscorde : Cfilendar of Bolls of Bishop Ruthall-- «oii<. 



Hem- 




Subject. 



Tear of 
I Pontia- 
cato,&c. 



2 



4 
8 



11 
12 

Id' 

2d' 

6d' 
6d' 



7d* 



8d' 



9d' 

14 
Sd* 



TunsteU'.WUliam 



T«7te, David, a Scotchman - 
Todd. Robert, late of Honleybum. 

and Bobert Todd, his next of kin 

and heir. 
Tyne, Newcastle on {wutim) • 

»maon', John, of St. Jamee Bor- 



Tnoi 

wyk, in the county of Wilts. 
Tailboys, Richard, gentleman - 
Twh^ytcHB, Heniy, knight, Anna, 

widow of. 

Twyiyir, land, tc^ nigh 
Tweedmouth, mhies and pits of 
Thompson', George, of Berwick, mer-*) 
chant - - - • * { 

Tweed, fislUng in the • - -^ 

Thomlynson', William, of Gateshead • 

Tonstall*, Ralph Badclyffe of, eKiuiiv 

Toftehiir, Bobert Hogeson' of, and 

tenement in. 
Tedd, Robert, son of Aipnes, widow of 

Bobert Todd. 



Thompson', JTohn, of Darlington, tan- 
ner. • 
Trowghorhowae, tenure called 
Tumbuir, Thomas, of Durham, Sad- 
ler. 



Tempest, Nicholas, esquve 
Thomborow, Oliver, and Isabella his 
wife. 



The Mune Oliver and Isabella, to Wil- 
liam Wrenn' 



Thomeley In the parish of Wolqmg- 

ham, iMids, Ac., in. 
Thomson, John, of St. James, Berwyk, 

in the county of Wilts. 
Tempest, Thomas, esquire 

Urde, George, son and heir of Bobert 

Urde. 
Urde. Robert . • . . 
Underwod. Thomas, of Ircshopbum- 

mouth', in the forest of Wardell'. 



Werdale, Wardell', &c. (ptutim) 
Wardale, lands, ftc, within the forest 

of. 
Wardale, Hethereolough in the forest 
of, William Fethirstanehalgh' oL 

'^MekilbUkdeane in, 

Guy Fethirstan- 

halgh' of, and the 

-fermhold" of. 

«r.^.i. ♦!«» Bstramshawweir in, 

XSSrJ^ - Bdmund Dobvnson* 

forest of . 1 of^ and the *ferm- 

hoId"of. 
Bsterblakden' in, Tho- 
mas Lawe of, and 
the*'fbrmho]d"or. 



Has grant to farm of the tenement 
of Westherthoupeboumo nigh the 
chapel of St. John, in the forest of 
Wardale, for the term of twenty 
years, at the rent of 4i(i».per annum. 
See Norham, the Captain, Ac., of - 
iSss Bmereson', John . . . 

See Newcastle on Tyne. 
See Martyn'. Thomas 

See Parkynson', Richard 

To have assignment of dower out 
of the lands, lo^ of her late hus- 
band. 

See Iledworth, John .- • - • 

iSiM Strangwysshe, Thomas • 

'Sm Browne, Balph . • . 
iSM Inskip, William • 
See Bicherdson, Bogcr 

See Parkynson', Btchard ; aUo Mor- 
ley^George. 

Has I)eed enrolled, wliereby he re- 
leased to John Thomson' of Dar- 
lington, tanner, all right, ^, in 
the moiety of land in the vill and 
territory of Darlington. 

5!m Todd, Robert 

See Hogeson', Thomas 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased to Richard Hedworth of 
Whikham all right Ac, in a 
tenure within the vill and terri- 
tonr of Whikham. 

iSM Storehvrd, John • • • 

Have Deed enrolled, whereby they 
granted to William Wienn' of 
Shircbum'houie, and Thomas his 
son, their lands, Ac., in Thomeley, 
in the parish of Wolsynghsm. 

Recognizance for the performance 
of the conditions in certain In- 
dentures between the said parties. 

See Thomborow, Oliver 

See Hartyn', Thomas - • . 

See Frankelcyn', William - 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 

his late fkthcr. 
See Urde, George. 
Has nant to fhrm of half the " fcrm- 

hold" of Ireshopbummottth' for 

the term of five years, at the rent 

of 14ff. per annum. 

See Wardale. 

jSm Kaye, Thomas . • • 

See Fethirstanehalgh', William 

/Sm Fethiittanhalgh', Gny • 



See Dobynson', Edmund 



Reign. 
SHen.8. 



S4Hen.8. 

Un- 

dated. 

Pbntif. 
l:S 

13 
12 



IS 
6 

6 

6 

EHgn. 

2Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

1 



4 
7 



10 
12 



Reign. 
12 Hen A 



Pontif. 
12 



See Lawe, Thomas 



12 
12 



IS 



Reign. 
S Hen.8. 



Pontif. 

2 

A.D. 
1511. 
A.D. 
1511. 



A.D. 
1511. 



A.D. 

1611. 



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No. 1. — ^Durham Becords : Calendar of Bolls 6f Bishop Buthall— eon/. 



bnne. 



Bul^ect. 


Year of 
Pontift- 
cate,Jto. 


See FethenUushalgh*, Adun 


A.D. 

1511. 


iS^ Nattes, Eolland • • . 


A.D. 
1511. 

• 


^Sm Nattos, EollMid - 


A.D. 
1511. 


See Gnaon', William • 


AJ). 
1611. 


See Gibson*. Bouland 


A.D. 
1511. 


See Blakburn*, Agnes 
See JtikMon*, John 
See Gibson', Sovland 


A.D. 
1511. 
A.D. 
1611. 
A.D. 
1611. 


See Blakbnm', Agnes 


A.D. 

1511. 


/6E90 Jakson', John . • - 
iSM Na&resse, JTames - . • 


A.D. 
1611. 
A.D. 
1511. 


iSRM Natresse. John • • . 


A.D. 
16U. 


i%« Todd. Ellen 


A.T>. 
1611. 


See Dobynson*, Isabell 


A.D. 
1511. 


iffMBromhiir. William 


A.D. 
1511. 


See Emerson, Bolland 


A.D. 
1511. 


See Emerson', George 


A.I). 
1511. 


iSSM SymsonM&oger . . - 


A J). 
1511. 


See Emerson', G€oinrey 


A.D. 

1611. 


See Tunstall', William 


Beign. 
3Uen.8. 


See dibson', Kaiherine 


A.D. 

1611. 


iSfM Peyrt, William • 


A.D. 
1611. 


See Emerson', Alexander 


A.D. 
1511. 


See Heniyson', William 


A.D. 
1511. 


iS^ Bichexdflon', Alexander - 


AJ). 
1611. 


See Emerson*, Nicholas 


A.D. 
ICU. 



Wardale, the 
forest of— ' 
eont. 



Wardale, 
the forest 
of 



^ Buttrewelknott in, 
Adam Fetherstan- 
lialgh' of, and. the 
-hiadyng" called. 
Werisheved in, Bol- 
land Nattes of, and 
the''fermho1d"of. 
Woribheved in the forest of Wardale, 
Bolland Nattes of, and the ** f crm- 
hold "of. 
Wardale, Blakclooghe in the forest of, 
William Grason* of, and the ** ferm- 
hold"of. 
WestrampshavweH* in the forest of 
Wardale, Bouland Gibson' of, and 
the*«sheiU'"of. 
The same, Agnes Blakbum' of, and 

the''8heiir"of. 
The same, John Jakson' of, and the 
«8heill'"of. 

Westrampshawweir in, 
Bowland Oibnon' of, 
andthe"Bheill'"of. 
The same, Agnes Blak- 
bum* of, and the 
"sheill"* of. 
The Same. John Jakson' 
or,andthe''8helll"'of. 
Blakcloiigh in, James 
Natrpsse of, and the 
«8heill"*of. 
Hethereclogh' in, John 
Natresse of, and the 
-8heill'"of. 
Burtreflbrd in, Ellen 
Todd of the, and the 
-sheilVof. 
Dirtpotchele (or "sheill"') 
in, Isabell Dobynson' 
of,8adthe"fermhold" 
of. 
Mekilhangandcweir in, 
William Bromhill* of, 
and the " fermhold " of. 
Littlluuigandweir in, 
Bolland Emerson of, 
and the "fermhold" 
. of. 

Whesnopbttm' in Stanhoupharke, 
Geofflpey Emerson' of, George Emer- 
son' son of. 
iv.-i.i<. rli^es^ophum'holdhousein, 
SSSif 1 BogerBym8on'of,and 
forest of I "fermhold "of. 

Whesnowbnrne in Stanehoppark, 
Geoffirey smorson' of, and "ferm- 
hold " of. 
Westherthoupeboume, tenement of,^ 
|^|hthe chapel of St. John, in the 
forest of Wardale - ■ • I 

Wardale, tenement of Westhert- f 
houneboume, nigh the chapel of 
St. John, in the forest of - -J 
"Estromeshaweir in, K»- 
therine Gibson', widow, 
of. and "holdyng'* 
called . . - 

Shirwentford in. William 
Peyrt of, and "hold- 
yng" of - - 

Esterblakden in, Alexan- 
der Emerson' of, and 
**holdyiig"of - 
Hunsheieford in, Wil- 
liam Henryson' of, and 
tenure called - 
Wardale, the forest of, Esterblakden. 
in, Alexander Bicherdson' of, ana 
"hold™ "of. 
Westjate in Stanehop parke, Nicholas 
Emerson' of the, and tenement of 
the third part of a quarter of the. 



Wardale, 
tho forest 
of 



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Twrol 
PonUB- 



OMpeiii, BooUiid 



WMtfTeld, John, ot WhitSeld In the 
connC; ol SortbambcrlBild, to 
B«ger Bkherdun'. of Duruin, 



bertand, Johti Whitffi 
WUto, ThomH. gentleman 
Toraetl'. WtUiwn Bayr. Uto of 
Wrifcht', JahD,oI Bjlon'. the yaunfter 

Wotton' in ■WordiU, land^ Ac., in' -1 

Werdall. Wotton' in, land& Ac., in -i 

VodhauKlDMe, metautKe, Ac. otlttLS 

nisli North Auckland ■ - f 



lOOi. lit u q^Ktinted tone. 

&H VhltRUd. John - 

Vrit ot diem elattU txtrtmtim 
.SbaBwr.wmbun - 
OammanoeiiMat of an incompletn 
' Uemonoduin " relating to him. 

See fnnkelejn, miUam 
Sea Cluton', Inbella • 
WntdtpiybeHoneelatU - 



hlilMefa 






The nine Balpb 



West AuikLmrl J '"'"" 
Wodyleld, manor of i 



•K" 



In thsr 



. u writ to the 
oTBulbOTKh. 

Hm Kntnt ol all the isauee and pro- 
fit! of the luida. fto. bte in Uu 
cvatody of WUliam Bulmer. 
knight, by the grant of Bdohard, 
late Bishop of Durham, during 
the minority of the jatd Ralpb, 
from the 7th Febraary next n>l- 
lowing. 

8m Bponuton', William 

i8m Martyn', Thomaa • 

See Parkynaon', Sletaard 

iSm Hedvorth, John - 

See Belby, Uonaateiy ot St. Oer- 



See DobynioD', Anthon? 



illol - 

■Hortboupburnnundfald in, 
ObriiLopher uichfirdaon 
of, and" Iermhold"or. 

IrediapbumpaDworthhIir 
In. Tbomaa Pennanlley 
of, and * tenohold " at 

The lanie, Kobert £tner- 
BOn' of, acd " fermhold " 

or. 

Dntpoteohele In. Tbomaa 
Cobndirodat.and'lbrm- 
hold''of. 

Imhopbummoutb' In, Tbo- 
maa Undenrod of, and 



SiTtpotiliele In, 

Hjmaan' of, and ' 
^^Dd nlixd 




Fontif. 
S 

Bolgn. 
JUen.a. 

IHen.S. 

lEeii.8. 



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133 



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4d' 



6d' 



6d' 



7d* 



8d' 



9d' 



lOd' 



WheMOwe, land, ftc., in 
Walton', John, the elder 
Walton*, John, the younger 
Webster, William 



:} 



Wermouth, messuage, fto., in - 
Whikham, Nicholas Heniyson' of - ) 
Whikham, houses, land, Ac, in - J 
Whikham, messuage, &c^ in the Till 

and territory of. 
Watson', William, of Gokerton' 



Wardell', Estyate in, Robert Emer- 
son' of. 
WhesBOwe, Eiohard FarlmiBon', of - 
West Auckland, George Morle^ of - 
Walton', John, and Joan his vife 



Walton', WiUiam 
Wright, John, of Bjton' 



Westmerington', John Robynson' of 
Witton', George • 
Whitf eiid. Robert, of Blanchland 
Walton', John, and Joan his wife 



Walton*, William, of Durham, miller 
WestbuttisfeUd, Thomas Sheill' of O 
Wynter, Robert, of Bstbuttisfeild - > 
WestbuttisfeUd, tenure of - -J 

Westbuttisf eld, land in • 
Wherton,John - - - - 



} 



Whikham, Richard Hedworth of 
Whikham, tenure within the Till and 

territory of - - - 

Whikham, John Elder of, the elder 
Wrene, William, of Binohester 
Wolsvngham, Anthonr Bukkils of, 

ana land m the yifl and territoxy 

of. 
Wermouth, Bishop's, cottage, Ac., in - 
WIggsyde, messuage, ftc, in - 

Wrenn*. William, of Shirebum'^ 
house, and Thomas his son - • (, 

Wolsyngham, Thomeley in the pa- ( 
nu (»• lands, AOn in • - 'J 

Wnts, St. James, Berwyk, in the") 
county of. John Thomson of - - f 

Watson, Henry, of New Salisbury, i 
dyer • -. - . -^ 

Wilson', Alemider, of Durham, ias^ 
oer - - - - • 

Wolsyngfaami Smalley* nigh, mea- 
suage^&o., in - - • -. 

Wahrarth, manor place of, and de- 
mesne lands there. 



Yonger, John, of the Grynwell' 



I 



iSM Dove, John • • . 

See Hogeson', Thomas 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Tho* 
mas Riddell' of Newcastle-on- 
Tyne. all right, A«., in a messuage, 
luid, Ac., in Wermouth. 

See Webster, William 

See Swalwell, Isabella 
See Shebell', William - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased and surrendered to Robert 
Bobsmson' of Gokerton' all right, 
Ac., in a messuage, land, Ac., in 
the viU and territory of Goker- 
ton'. 

See Emerson*, Robert 

See Parkynson', Richard 

iSSM Morley. George - . . 

Have Deed enrolled, wherebv thev 
surrendered and released to Wil- 
liam WiJton' all claim, Ac, in the 
moiety of a messuage, Ac, in the 
viU and territory of Gokerton'. 

^Sm Walton', John 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he 
surrendered to John Poide «11 
ri^t, Ac, in land, Ac, in Ryton'. 

jSlMOarisley. Robert • - - 

i8MBothe,Riohard - . . 

See Chestre, Alexander 

Have Deed enrolled, whereby they 
surrendered to William Walton' 
of Durham, miller, all right, Ac, 
in a messuage and land in the 
vill and territory of Gokerton'. 

/SEm Walton', John - 

iS(M Sheiil', Thomas • 

<S^ Sheill', Thomas - 

Hsa Deed enrolled, whereby he sur- 
rendered to John Baynbrige of 
Snotterton all rights Ac, in land 
within the barony of Bvynwod. 

See Tumbuir, Thomas; aUo Elder, 
John. 

iS^ Elder, John . . . 
48(00 Nodder, John . . . 
See Smyrthwat, John 



See Mawer, Thomas - 
See Grenweir, Robert 



See Thomborow, Oliver 



See Martyn*, Thomas • 



See Howe, Robert 
See Bellasys, Richard 



Has giant to farm of the third psrt 
of the " holdyng" of GiynwelT for 
the term of five years, at the rent 
of 8s. Ud, per annum. 



1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 



2 

1 
1 
S 



8 
4 



4 
4 
4 
6 



6 
6 

6 
6 



7 
7 

7 



8 
8 



12 
IS 



AJ). 
16U. 



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No. 1, 


, — Darham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Buthall — cani. 


Mem- 
brane. 


Name. 


Subject. 


Year of 
Pontifl. 
cate,&c. 


8 


Tong, Alexander, of IIunBhelford in 


Has grant to farm of the fourth 


A.D. 




the hi^h forest. 


part of the " farmehold " of Hun- 
shelford for the term of five 
years, at the rent of 6t, 8d. per 
annum. 


1511. 




Tonge, John, of Hunahelford in the 


Has grant to fann of the fourth 


A.D. 




high forest. 


part of the '* farmehold " of Hun- 
shelford for tho term of five 
yean, at tho rent of 6«. Sd. per 
annum. 


1511. 


2d* 


York, Wcylhair nigh RicaU in the 


See Selby, Monastery of St. Ger^ 


A.D. 




county of, manor of, Ac 


man of. 


1514. 
Pontif. 


8d* 


Toy t, James .... 


jSIm Bowies, Richard • . - 


S 


6d' 


York, Lonraburgh in the county of, 
John Polton' of. 


See Polton', John ... 


8 








»d* 


York, Oreat Bosby in the county of. 


j8m Howe, -Robert ... 


12 




Robert Howe of. 





Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) Joseph Bortt. 



44. (72.) Roll No. 1 of Thomas Wolsey, Bishop op Durham. 
(Pontificate extended from 30th April 1523 to 27th April 1529.) 



s 

8 
10 
17 



20 

21 

27 
28 

35 
SO 



43 
44 



1 
8 

8 



4 
5 



Auckland, Bishop, John Semer of 
Auckland, Bishop* manor of - 
Alwent, Peter, son and heir of William 
A8cugh« William, knight 



!} 



Auckland, St. Helen's, manor of, and 

lands, Ac, in ... 
Auckland, Bishop, lands, Ac, in 
Alverton \ Si^eschal of the lord- ) 
Alirertonshire } ship or manor of - i 
Ancrofte, lands, Ac, m - - • 

li;;sss.u™ }•«»»'•'«' - • 

Alverton, chantry of St. Lawrence the 

martyr in the manor of. 
"AnfcefU John the" • 
Alnarde, Thomas, gentleman • 



Alverton, manor of • • 
Alvertonshire, woods of Clake and 

Gotelyffein ... 
Adhee, Robert, of Durham 



Byres, William Trotter of, yeoman 
Buhner, Sir William • 

Bnlmer, William, knight 

The same • - • • 



■} 



Byncheatre, Robert Dukett of • 
Byres, tenants and inhabitants of 
Bentley, John ... 
The same - - • • 



:} 



7 Birtley woods, keeper of 



Aw Wren, William - 

See Forest, Milo 

/Km Pitcall, Thomss - 

Has fcnuni of the wardship of Eliza- 
beth, daughter and heir of Wil- 
liam Hansert, esquire, and (in tho 
event of her death during mi- 
nority) of successive heirs until 
one snail attain full age. 

See Middilton, Thomas 

jfftftf Tempest, Thomas - 
/Spe Docre, Thomas . . . 

See Laton, John . . . 

See Oomell, Henry • 

See Eryngton, Thomas 

Has grant of tho koepership of 
" Durham Place," and of its gar^ 
den in the Parish of Bt Martin 
the Bishop, in the suburbs of 
London. His emoluments are 
stated at some length. 

A!m Barton, Thomas • . . 

Has mnt of a lease for 40 years 
of the pool and fishery of Chester 
at a rent of U. per annum. 



iS(M Forster. Thomas • . . 
See Frankeieyn, Master William • 

Is appointed Sheriff of Darham and 

Badberge. 
Is appointed Escheator of Norham- 

shire and Elandshire. 

iS^ Wren, William • 

See Westmoreland, Ralph. Earl of - 
See Fitsherbert, Anthony: ako 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of. 
<S(M Forest, Milo . • . 



1 
1 
1 
1 



2 
2 

3 
6 

4 
6 



6 
6 



Reign. 
14Hen.8. 
16 Hen. 8. 

Pontif. 
1 



1 
1 

A.D. 
1823. 



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9 
19 



14 
15 



SO 
81 



ts 



S6 

40 
41 
42 
49 



Tear of 
F&ntifl- 
cate«fte. 



"BajUyaCloM"- 
BellAqrs, Siehud 



Babner, 'William, Junior, knight 
Bnlmer, William, senior, knight 



Bowes, Geence, son and heir of Ralph 
Buhner, Wiuiam, senior, knight, fid- 
wttid Gray, knight. William Heron, 
knight, Edwud Badolrff, knight, 
John BentleT, the Bishop's Attorney- 
General, and John BeduelL 
Bentky, John, the Bishop's Attorney-') 
General - - - - - ? 

Beduell, John . • • -^ 

Bishopton, lands, Ac, in - • 

Buhner, w illiun, senior, knight 



Ison - -f 
of Ralph the l 



Bowes, George • 
Bowes, Balpo, fiather and 
Bowes, Margery, widow 

elder 
Buhner, William, senior, knight 



Bellavys, Richard, gentleman 



Buhner, William, senior, knight 



Bowes, George, soh and heir of Ralph, 

Bellasys, Richard, {^ntleman - 
Burreu, John, senior, late of Spytell, 

merchant, otherwise described as 

late of Berwick and bte of Norham, 

yeoman. 
Berwick, John Burrell, senior, late of, 

yeoman. 
Bnlmer, William, senior, knight, and 

his son and heir apparent John 

Bnlmer, knight. 
Buhner, John, knight • - • 

Bentley, John - - - - 



Barton, Ralph, son and heir of Conan, 
esquire. 



BeUoqrs, Richard 



Barton, Thomas, gentlemen 



Baxter. Bdward, oflCewcastle-on-Tyne, 
merohant. 

95S56. 



See Gaston, Edward 
See Symson, Robert 



Is appointed Sheriff and Esoheator 
of iv'orhamshire and Blandshire. 

Has grant of the wardship and mar^ 
rlage of George, son and heir of 
Ralph Bowes, Knight, and (in the 
event of his deaih during mi- 
noritT) of suooessiTe heirs, until 
one snail attain flill age. 

See Buhner. William ... 

Are appointed Justices of the Peace 
in Morhamshire and filandshire. 



£Bm Buhner, William - 

See Middilton, Thomas 

Has grant of the wardship of George 
Bowes, son and heir of Kalph, son 
of Ralph Bowes, aud (in the event 
of his death during minority) of 
successive heirs until one shall 
attain taH age. This relates only 
to lands descending to the said 
George upon the death of Mw- 
genr, widow of his grandfti^her 
Ralph. ISee above, m. 16.] 

See Buhner, William ... 

Has grant of a lease of the manor of 
Sokbum, at a rent of forty marks 
per anwum, during the minority 
of George, son and neir of Thomas 
Ck>nyer8, knight. 

Has lease flrom the Bishop, by Deed 
enrolled, of the manor and vill of 
Morton, near Houghton, for six^ 
yetirs, at a rent of 61. per om- 
num. 

Has grant of the wardship and mar- 
riaire of George, son and heir of 
Ralph Bowes, Knight, and (in the 
event of his death during mi- 
noritr) of succnsive heirs until 
one shall attain full age. 

See Buhner, William ... 

<8m Waroop, George . - - 

Has a general pardon. There is a 

writ of allowance of the pardon 

on the same membrane. 

See Burrell, John ... 

Are appointed eonSunetim ei divitim 
Sheriff of Durham and Sadberge. 

iS^ Buhner. William . . . 

Has grant of the offices of Clerk of 

the Chancery and Clerk of the 

Justices of the Peace of Durham. 
Has licence to enter without proof 

of age, Ac upon the lands, fto^ 

lately held bv nis father. 
Has grant of the office of (Nonstable 

of Durham Castle. 

Has grant of the office of bailiff 
ana receiver of the manor of Al- 
verton, and of the woods of Clake 
and Cotelvffe, in Alvertonshire, 
after the death of Bdmund Skar- 
lett, the existing bailiff. 

£!m Davell', Robert . • - 



1 

A.D. 

1888. 

Pontif. 

1 



1 
1 



8 
8 



8 



8 



8 



a 



s 

4 



6 
6 



Reign. 
19 Hen. 8. 

Pontif. 
6 



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45 



8 

10 

18 



28 



27 



81 
86 

86 



9 
87 



44 

46 



3 
4 



Burrell, John •')of Berwick -on- 
Broune, Thomas S Tweed, merchanto 
Otiuel Selby -"1 ^ 

George Thomaon • o 
John Burrell • S 
Leonard Morton - 1 '^ 
Thomas Broune - f . 
Guthbert Gardiner 
George Loddisman 
John Clerk • 



Berwick-on- 
Tweed - 



OarrekFord . . . . 
Chester, closes, fto.. in . . • 

Coke,Bobert ....'> 
Coney, William • - • -i 

Clazton, Ralph, of Halywell, and^ 

Elizabeth hu wife • 
Clazton, BAlph. of Wynyard* esquire, 

uid Sibilla his wife ... 
Conyers, William, esquire 
Conyers. Sibilla, daughter of William 
Conyers, Boger, and Sibilla his wife • 
Cotam MandeviUe, lands, ftc. in -> 
Conyers. George, son ana heir oi Tho* 

mas. 
Cooke, Humphrey 



Charing Cross, tenement near • 
Cheswyke, lands, &&, in - •') 

Chillyngham, Bdward Gnur of, knight } 
Cro«yer, Nicholas, of Newbiggyng, 

gentleman. 
Clazton, John, son and heir of Gilbert 
Chapyngton, Guthbert Ogle of, father 

and son. 
Comfurth, Robert, of Helmyden, yeo- 
man. 

Crott, Thomas . - . . 

Coksey, Bdward, and Robert Emer- 
sone of Swalweils. 



Crathom, James, esquire 

Chester, pool and fishery of - 
Clerk, John, of BerwickK>n-Tweed, 
merchant. 



Durham, custody of the traiporalities, 

&c, of the sec of. 
Durham, Chancellor, Justices, Ac, of - 
Thomas Porster,*' 
senior, of 
Durham^ Thomas Forster, 'yeomen • 
junior, of 
^ James Forster of J 
Durham, restitution of the temporali- 
ties of the see of. 
Durham, the Bishop of - 

Durham and Sadberge, Sheriff of 
Pukett, Robert, of Bynchestre • - ) 
Dawson, Henry, of whltworth - - i 
Dacre, Thomas, knight. Lord Daore^ 
and GillCKland - - . - 

Dacre, William, Lord Graystok 
Dnrhfun, Hugh, prior of • - 

Durham. William Frankleyn, Chan- 
cellor of - • - - - 
Durham and Sadberge, Justices of 
the Peace in - - • - 
Durham and Sadbeijse, Justices in 
Eyre, and of Assise, in. 



iSte Selby. Otiuel 



See Wren, William 
See Hall, Roland 

See Tincent, Ralph 



iSM Smyth, Anthony - 



iSSM Bulmer, William - - • 

Has grant of a lease for sixty yean 
of a tenement with shop, cellar, 
ftc in the parish of St. Martin's 
in the Fields, near Charing Cross, 
in the county of Middlesex, at an 
annual rent of 20*. 

See Cooke, Humphrey 

See Dacre, Thomas - 
See "Wagcop, Geoige - 

See Sure, William 
See Ogle, Cuthbert - 

Has pardon for having caused the 
death of Thomas Crott, whom he 
had killed in self-defence. 

See Comfurth, Robert 

Have grant of a lease for forty 
years of the water mill of Swal- 
wels, at a rent of lids. Bd, per a»- 
num, 

/Sss Place, Roland . . . 

See Adhee, Robert ... 
iSM Selby, Otiuel 



See Wolsoy, Cardinal • 
See Frankeleyn, William 

iSss Forster, Thomas - 

5!m Wolsey, Thomas - 

See Frankeleyn, Master William 

<S!0e Bulmer, William • 
See Wren, William - 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 



See Fitsherbert* Anthony 



6 



1 
1 

Reign. 
16Heni8. 



Pontif. 
2 



8 
8 



2 
8 
8 

8 

4 



6 

4 



Tear 

wanting. 

6 

6 



Reign. 
14Hen.8. 

14 Hen. 8. 
14Hen.8. 

16 Hen A 

16Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

1 



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21 
24 



27 



28 



29 



36 



40 



42 
4S 



1 

£ 
3 



4 
18 
«4 
26 



Dacre, Thomas, knight. Lord Dacre^ 

and QiUisIand - . . 

Durham and Sadberge, Justioes 



moi deliyery in 
Diaton, 



Dacre^ 
ioes of C 



Ralph, son and heir of John 



Durham, Thomas Forster, junior, late 
of, yeoman. 

Durham, SeneschAl of the Palatinate of 

Danby, Isabella, sister and heir of 
Thomas. 

Darlington, lands, ftc, called ** Pyton *' 
and^thePark'Mn. 

Dacre, Thomas, knight. Lord Dacre, 
William Dacre. knight. Lord Gnu- 
stoke, Edward Badclyfle, knight, 
and Richard Irton, esquire. 



Dacre, Lord - . - -^ 

Dacre, William, knight. Lord Qnu- i 
stoke • • - . .r 

Dudhewe, lands, Ac, in - • -^ 

Dacre, William, knight. Lord Dacre, 
and Graistoke, son and heir of Tho- 
mas Dacre, knight. Lord Dacre and 
de Gillisland, and of Elisabeth, wife 
of the latter. 

Dacre, Thomas, Lord Daore and de 
Gillisland. 

Dobby, Richard - • - . 

Dacre, Christopher, knight 



The same 



Darlington, burgage in - . .*) 

Darlington, Edmund Hogeaon at,> 
mercer - - - - -J 



Durham, bailiff of the dty of - 
Huham, 
yeoman 



Durham, Thomas Btobbes late of. 



;yoi 
bes 



Durham, " le Spittelhous," near 
Durham and Sadberge, Sheriff of 
Dacre, Christopher . . . 

"Durham Place," in the suburbs of 

London. 
Durham. Robert Harvy of - -') 
Durham, attendant in the Chancery > 

Durham. Clerk of the Chaaceiy and 
Justioes of the Peace of. 

Durham Castle, constable of • 

Darell', Robert, clerk, and Edward 
Baxter, of NewcastleK>n-Xyne, mer- 
chant. 



Ennethewgh, Robert Whyte of, yeo- 
man. 
Bures, Sir William, knight 

Bsshe, Lancelot, esguire, son and 
heir of William Bsshe of Mithawke, 
esquire. 



Bsshe, Outhbert ... 
Eure. William, knight - 
•Blstobe, Ralph, chaplain 
-Bbohester, - Hayookland." near 
Bstgrange, le . . . 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. &c„ upou the lands, ftc, 
lately held by bis father. 

/Sm Forster, Thomas - . . 

jSm Tempest, Thomas - 

See Widmerpole, Edward . 

See Frankeleyn, Thomas 

Inepeximue, at their request, of a 
recovery by them of the manors 
of Heton, Rosse, and Ancrof t, and 
of lands, ^, in Heton, Rosse, 
Ancrofte/Tilmouth, Norham, Dud- 
hewe, JPelkyngton, Cheswyke, 
Eyleir, Holjreland, Homeclyffe, 
and Urde, against Edward Graj' 
of Chillygham, knight 

iSM Daore, Thomas - . . 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. Ac., upon the lands, &c 
lately held by the said Thomas. 
[Entry incomplete.] 



See Dacre, William 



See Waroop, George 

Is appointed Bs(me 

and Elandshire. 



leatorof Norham 



Is wpointed Sheriff of Norham and 
Elandshire. 

See HogesoD, Edmund 

See Rawe, Robert ... 
See Stobbez, Thomas ... 

/8m Harvy, Robert . . . 

See Bttlmer, William . 

See Northumberland, Henry, Earl 

of. 
See Alnarde, Thomas ... 



See Harvy, Robert ... 
'iS(M Bentley, John . . . 

See Belloqrs, Richard - 

Inepeximue, at their request, of a 
recovery by them of a third part 
of the manor of Ufferton, and of 
lands, fishery,- fto., in Ufferton 
and Westheryngton, against John 
Fenwyk. 



iS(M Forster, Thomas . - - 

See Frankeleyn, Master William - 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of agCL Ac, upon the lands, Ac., 
lately held by ms father. He also 
has, together with his brother 
Cuthbert, pardon for all intru- 
sions, Ac., upon the same lands. 

See Bsshe, Lancelot - 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 

jSSm Smyth, Anthony - 

See Wren, Geoffrey - 

See Frankeleyn, William 

K 2 



1 
1 



2 
2 

S 

3 



3 

Undated. 



Undated. 

Pontif. 

8 

8 



3 



4 

4 

4 
6 
6 

6 



6 

6 

Reign. 

19 Hen. 8. 

Pontif. 

6 



Reign. 
14 Hen. 8. 

13Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

1 



1 
1 
2 
2 

3 



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88 



35 



86 



87 
42 



M 



Eure, William, knight 



Emerson. George, brother and heir of 
Robert, the son and heir of Thomas. 



Evynwod, park of • . . 

Eryngton, Thomas, late af Newbigt^- 
yng, within the liberty of Hexham, 

Sintleman, otherwise described as 
eryngton, and as yeoman, Edward 
Eryngton or Heryngton of, or late 
of, Newbiggyng, gentleman or yeo- 
man, George Heryngton of New- 
biggyng, in Hexhamshirc, gentle- 
man or yeoman, Robert Eryngton 
or Heiyngton, of Newbiggyng, in 
Hexhamshire, sentleman or yeo- 
man, Gilbert Heryngton, late of 
Greneriggo, gentleman or yeoman, 
John Eirngton of Lemelles in 
Northumberland, gentleman, other- 
wise called " John the Angell," and 
Hugh Eryngton, late of Stancroft, 
in Northumberland, gentleman, 
otherwise called Hugh Heryngton, 
son of Thomas Eryngton of New- 

Eryngton, Edward, of Newbiggyng - 
Eryngtou, llobert, of Newbiggyng - 
Eryngton, John, of Lemelles • 
Eryngton, Hugh, of Stanoroft - 
Eryngton, Hugh, son of Thomas, of 

Newbyggyiig - 
Emereson, George, of Estj'atc, in Wcr- 

dale. 

-ErtyJteSheill"}"»^«*Ke called - 
Emereson, Ralph, of Swalwels - 



Emersone, Robert, of Swalwells 
Esshe, Anthony, son and heir of Wil- 
liam, of Skymyngham, esquire. 



Elstob, BAlph. chaplain of the Chantry 
of St Katherine, in the church of 
Sedgefield. 



Esshe, Lancelot, esquire 
Esshe, Cuthbert, gentleman 
Esshe, Matilda, widow • 



:} 



Prankeleyn, Master William, "in 
Decretis Baccalarius." 






Forster. Thomas, senior, of Durham. 
William Trotter of Byres, Robert 
Whyte of Ermethewgh, and James 
Porster, of Durham, yeomen* 



Has grant of the i»'ardship and mar- 
riage of John,- son and heir of 
Gilbert Claxton, gentleman, and 
(in the event of his death durins: 
minority) of sucoessiYe heirs, untu 
one shall attain full age. 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, &o~ upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by the said Robert 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same. 

See Reede, John ... 

Have a general pardon. The writ of 
allowance follows. 



See Eryngton, Thomas 



Has grant of a lease for sixty years 
of the messuage called "fistyate 
Sheill" or - Bstvate^" in Werdale, 
at the rent of 101. per aHtmm. 

See Emereson, George 

Has pardon for having caused the 
death of Thomas Hall, late of 
Swalwels, whom he had killed in 
self-defence. 

<Sm Coksey. Edward - 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, &C.. upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held bpr his father, and 
pardon for all intrusions upon the 
same. 

Inepeximus, at his request, of the 
record of an ansixe of novel dis- 
seisin, by which he recovered 
seisin of his freehold in Hoton 
(a rent of B marks per annum), 
against Lancelot Esshe, esquire, 
Cuthbert Esshe, gentleman, and 
Matilda Esshe, widow. 

^M Elstob, Ralph 



Li appointed Chancellor of Durham 
during the vacancy of the see, by 
Cardinal Wolsey, who has been 
nominated as the successor of 
Bbihop Ruthall. The said Wil- 
Iiam IS to have the power of ap- 
pointing Justices, officers, minis- 
ters, &c. 

Become sureties for the good be- 
haviour of Thomas Forster, junior, 
of Durhm, yeoman, who has re- 
ceived a general pardon. 



Reign. 

17 Hen. 8. 

Pontif, 

4 



5 
5 



4 
6 



6 







Reiirn. 
14 Hen. 8. 



14 Hen. 8 



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1 

a 



8 
9 

14 
£1 
26 



29 
88 
40 



48 



S 
9 



15 
20 
28 

27 



Ponter, James, of Durham, yeoman •') 
Forater, Thomas, Junior, of Durham, > 

yeoman - - - - -J 

Prankelpyn, Master William, clerk, 

Sir William Buhner, and Shr Wil- 

Ijam Eures, knights. 



Fitsherbert, Anthonr, one of the^ 
Kin^s Justices of Common Bench ( 

Prankleyn, William, cierk. Chancellor { 
of Durham . . . .^ 

Pitihcrbert, Anthony, one of the 
King's Justices of Common Bench, 
John Port, Seijeant^t-Law, Wil- 
liam Prankelevn, clerk, Chancellor 
of Durham, ana John fientley. 

Prankelern, William, clerk. Chancel- 
lor of Durliam. 

Fitzherbert, Anthony, one of the 
King's Justices of Common Bench. 

Forest, Milo . . . . 



Forest, Milo, one of the grooms of the 

Bishop's Chamber. 
Frankeland, porker of the park of 



^**"*®'*1 Thomas, jmiior, late of Dur- 
Foster J ^^"'^' yeoman 
Freresyd. William Bawe of 

Frankeloyn, Thomas, gentleman 



} 



" Fyton," land ra Darlington called • 
Pnuikeleyn, William, clerk. Master or 
Keeper of the Hospital of Kepyer, 
and Giles Tumour. John Tyn^e, 
John Grethedc, and Thomas John- 
son, brethren of the same. 



Felkyngton, lands, ftc, in - - 

Franche, John . • . • 

Frankland, pork of - • • 

Frankelcyn. William, clerk, rector of 
the parish church of Houghton. 



Fenwyk, John 



Gillcslaiid, Thomaa Dacrc, knight,*) 
Lord Dacre and do - - • >- 

Grs^tok. William Dacre, Lord ') 

Oillisland, Thomas Dacre, knight. 
Lord Dacre and dc. 

Gaston, Edward, of Northalvcrton - 

Gray, Edward, knight - . • 

Gasooigne, John, esquire 

Grethede, John, one of the brethren 

of the Hospital of Kepyer. 
Graistoke, William Dacre, Lord -^ 
Gra3^ Edward, of Chillyngham, > 



£Sm Forster, Thomas, senior - 

Arc commissioned by the King to 
enquire concerning "a certeyn 
ship as a prise," driven by stress 
of weather into Tynemouth, and 
to seise the same and the mer- 
chandise, "habiliments of war," 
Ac., with which it was laden wher^ 
ever found, to the use of the 
Bishop of Durham. 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 



Are appointed Justices in E 
and of Assise in Durham and 
berge. 



Syre, 
Sad- 



See Fitzherbert. Anthony • 

jSIm Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Has grant of the office of keeper of 
Birtloy Woods. 

Has grant of the office of keeper of 

the manor of Bishop Auckland. 
See Ecdeman, Richard 



Writ of allowance of a general par- 
don in his favour. 

^tf« Rawe, William . . . 



Has grant of a lease for forty vears 
of the water-mill of Hau^hton, 
and of lands, Ac., in Darlington 
caUed " Fyton " and -The Park," 
at a rent of 14/. ISs. id. per an- 
num. 

See Frankcleyn, Thomas 

Inepeximue, at their request, of a 
Deed dated AD. 1527, by which 
they grant to William Wytltam, 
clerk. Rector of the Parish Church 
of All Saints, Stojnton-in-le-Street, 
an annual rent of twenty pounds 
issuing from " Ic Estgrange " and 
"Romysyde" belonging to the 
said hospital. 

iSSfftf Dacre, Thomas - . . 

^Sm Warcop, George - - - 

See Whytyiur, Michael 

Has, by Deed enrolled, a loose from 
the Bishop, of three closes in the 
vill and territory of Houghton, 
for ninety-nine years, at a rent of 
409. per annum, 

<S^ Daveir, Robert • 



See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 
jSm Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Has grant of a lease of "Boyllya 
Close " for twenty years, at a rent 
of 11«. per annum, 

^SSm Bulmer, William - • . 

See Middilton, Thomas 

See Frankeleyn, William 

iSiM Docr^ Tliomas • • . 



Reign. 
14 Hen. 8. 

16Hen.8. 



Pontif. 
1 



1 

1 

A.D. 

1528. 

PontiL 

1 

A.D. 
1623. 

Pontif. 
1 

AJ>. 

1624. 

Pontif. 

8 



8 
8 



8 

8 

6 

A.D. 

1628. 



Pontif. 
6 



1 
1 
1 



1 
8 

8 



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88 



46 



4 

6 

10 



16 

17 



18 



20 

24 
26 
27 



80 

82 
84 

86 



40 



43 



44 

46 



26 

27 



Gnistoke. William Dacre, knight. 
Lord Bacre and ... 

Gillisland, Thomaa Dacre, knight^ } 
Lord Dacre and de. and Elizabeth 
his wife - . - - - 

Gamell* Hcniy, chaplain 



Gamell, John . . . . 

Oreneriggo, Gilbert Henmgton, of - 
Gardiner, Cuthbert, of Berwick-on- 
Tweed, merchant. 



Hoton, Richard, of Hunwyk, esquire 1 
Hunwyk, Richard Hoton, eaquire, of S 
HUton, William, knight 
The same • . • • . 

Hall, Roland, son of Robert Hall of 

Stanleybyres. 
Hay, John, son and heir of Laurence - 



Heron, William, knight • 
Hanaert. Elizabeth, daughter and heir 
of William. 



Home, Robert - 

Halywell, Ralph Claxton of 
Hopton, Ralph, esquire - 
Hardington, Henry, esquire 
" Hi^sokland " near Ebchester 
Haughton, the water-mill of 
Hedwprth, Richard 



m 



Heton, manor of, and lands, ko, 
Holyeland, land. Ac, in • 
Homeoliffc, land, ftc, in 
Herbottill, John, son and heir of John 



:) 



;} 



Hogeson, Edmund, of Darlington, 

mercer. 
Harvy, Robert . . . . 

Heryngton, Thomas, Edward, George, 
Robert, Gilbert, John, and Hugh. 

Hall, Thomas, late of Swidwels 

HeLmyden, Robert Comfurth of, yeo- 
man. 

Houghton, William Frankeleyn, 
rector of - 

Houghton, closes in the Till 
temtoryof 

Hanry, Robert, of Durham 



keleyn,'\ 
U andC 



Hebbum, Richard, son and heir of 
John. 



Heryngton, West, lands, fisheiy, &c., 

in. 
Hoton^rentin - • . - 

Holy IjBland, free warren of 
Holy Island* buigh of - 



} 



Johnson, Thomas, one of the brethren 

of the Hospital of Kepyer. 
Irton« Richard, esquire • • . 



See Dacre, William 



Has grant for life of the chantry of 
St. Laurence the Martyr within 
the manor of Alverton, vacant 
upon the resignation of John 
GHunell, the last Cantarist. His 

' salary to be U. 8c. 4cf. per afUMcin. 

See Gamell, Henry ... 

See Eiyngton, Thomas 

^M Selby, Otiuel . . . 



^«« Wren, William . . . 

iSRM Westmoreland, Ralph. Earl of - 

The same . . . . 

Has grant of a lease for sixty years 
of closes, Ac., in Chester. 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, ftc., upon the lands, Ac., 
lately held by the said lAurenoe, 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same. 

See Bulmer, William ... 

<SS9« Ascugh, William . . - 



i9M Yyncent, Ralph • . . 

5(M Smyth, Anthony . . . 

See Middilton, Thomas 

See Wren, Geoffrey ... 
See Frankeleyn. Thomas 
Is appointed bailiff of the vill and 
lordship of Whickham. 

See Dacre, Thomas ... 

Has licence to enter, without proof 

of age, &c.. upon the lands, Ac, 

lately held by his father. 
Has grant of a waste burgage in 

Darlington. 
Has grant, for life, of a hospital or 

messuage called *'leSpittelhous" 

near Durham. 
See Bryngton - - . - 

See Emereson, Ralph - . - 

See Oomfurth, Robert 



See Frankeleyn, William 



Has grant of an annuity of 40f . as 
attendant in the Chancery of 
Durham for the receii)t of money. 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, Ac., upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held b^ nis father, and par* 
don for all intrusions upon tihe 
same. 

Am Davell', Robert - 

i9M Elstob, Ralph . . • 
iSM Ogle, Oswald . . . 



See Frankeleyn, William 
See Dacre, Thomas - 



Undated 

Pontif. 
6 



6 

4 
6 



1 
1 
1 



1 
1 

Reign. 

16 Hen. 8. 

Pontif. 

2 

2 

2 

8 
8 



8 

4 



6 

6 



A.D. 
1628. 

Pontif. 
6 



6 



6 



8 
8 



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26 
t7 

S 

4 
7 



18 



24 

S6 

29 

ID 

82 

96 



2 

8 

5 

9 
U 



18 
•20 



JohnflOD, AduD, of Sedgefield, mer 
ohant* 



Eillerby, "a mill stede" in the vill 

and territory of. 
Eepyer. the Master, brethren, and 

lands of the hospital of. 
Eeyley, lands, fto, in . . • 

Lax, Richard . . . . 

Lomley, John Lord, knight 
Lambton, Marmadnke, son and heir of 
Ferolval, esquire. 



Laryngton* Robert • • • 

Lambert, Robert, esquire* also de- 
scribed as Lamburt, as of Owetont 
and as late of Oweton. 

London, tenement in the parish of St. 
Martin's in the Fields. 

Lambert, Robert, of Qwton, esquire • 

Laken, William, of fitodcton < 



Laton,John . . . . 

Lambton. John, son and heir of Tho- 
mas, esquire. 

London, Thomas Stobbei late of, yeo- 
man. 

Lemelles, John Bryogton of - 

London, "Durham Place" in the 
pariah of St. Martin the Bishop, in 
the suburbs of. 

Loddisman. Qeorge, of Berwlck-on- 
Tweed, merchant. 



Middlesex, temporalities of the see of 
Durham in. 

Mason, Hugh, of Whitworth - - ") 

MiddUston. William Peirson of - S 

MusgraTe, Thomas, esquire soft and 
heir of Margaret Musgrave. 

Middlewood, keeper of . • . 



Manors, Thomas, son and heir of Tho- 
mas, esquire. 

Malome, William, of Tnddowe - 
Middilton, Thomas, esquire, John 
Gasooigne, esquire, Ralph Hopton, 
- esquire, and Henry Haidington, 

esquire. 



Maleverer, WiUiam, knight 
Morton*«iear-Houghton. manor and 

vill of. 
MenTTle, Outhbert» son and heir of 

Riooud. 

Marches, the Bast and Middle, towards 

Sootiland. 
Middlewod', keepership of - - 



Has letters of protection for one 
year, provided he shall be so long 
engagisd furnishing supplies to 
Norham Castle. He is to be quit 
of all pleas, &Cn except ** de dote 
unde nihil habet," Square im^ 
pedit," assises of noTel disseisin, 
and darrienpresentmentt attaints, 
and summonses before the Justices 
in Eyre. 

5(M Pawston, Henry • 

See Fnmkeleyn. William 

See Dacre, Thomas - 

See Wren, William - 
See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 
Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, &c., upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by his father, and par- 
don for previous alienations, pur- 
chaseoi oc., of the same. 

iSiM Yinoent, Ralph . . . 

Has a general pardon ... 

See Cooke. Humphrey 

See Thomson. William 

Has nant of a lease of the mill of 

Wolavngham, for twenty years, at 

a rent of ten marks per annum. 
Is appointed Receiver of Alverton 

and Alvertonshire. 
Has licence to enter, without proof 

of age. Ac., upon the lands, &c 

lately held bv his fktther. 
See Stobbez, Thomas - ^ - 

See Ersmgton, Thomas 

See Alnarde, Thomas ... 



See Selby. Otiuel 



See Wolsey, Thomas 



iSSM Wren. William - 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. See., upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by the said Margaret. 

See Redeman, Richard 



Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, ftc., upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by tiis father. 

See Smyth, Anthony ... 

Have exempliftcation of a recent 
recovery by them against William 
Maleverer, knighti of a moie^ 
of the manor of Auckland St. 
Helen's, and of lands, Ac., in 
Auckland St. Helen's, Bishop 
Auckland, and Bishopton. 

See Middilton, Thomas 

iS00 Bellaays^ Richard- 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of ageL Ac., upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by nis father. 

See Northumberland, Heniy, Barl 
of. 

See Whytyng, Michael 



2 

8 

8 

1 
1 
1 



Reign. 

16Hen.8. 

Pontit 

8 



2 
2 



8 
8 



4 
6 



6 



Reign. 
16 Hen. 8. 

Pontif. 
1 



AJ>. 

1088. 

Pontif. 

1 



2 

2 



2 
f 



6 
If 



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45 



9 
14 

16 

19 



S8 



48 
46 



20 
S4 

85 



46 



8 

4 
5 



10 



Malory, William, esquire, son and heir 
of John Maloiy, knight. 



Morton, Leonard, of Berwick -on- 
Tweed* merchant. 



Northumberland, temporalities of the 
see of Durham in. 

Norhamshire and Elandnhire, Es- 

cheator of. 
Nortbalverton, Edward Graston, of • 
Norhamshire and Elandshire, Sheriff 

and Escheator of. 
Norhamshire and Klandshire, Justices 

of the Peace in. 
Newton, Alexander, son and heir of 

John. 

Norham, lands, &c in - . . 

Newbiggyng, Nicholas Crosyer of, 

gentleman. 
Norham and Elandshire, Escheator of, 

and Sheriff of. 
Norham, John Burrell, senior, late 
of, yeoman. 

rThomas Eryngton or") 
Newbi^^gyng, Heryngton, late of - 
withm the j Edward Eryngton or 
liberty of; Heiyngtonor- 
Hexham • I Hujeh, son of Thomas 
L Eryngton of - 
Newbigyryng, r George Heryngton of - 
in Hexham- -{Robert Eryngton or 
shire -v. Heryngton of 

Northumberland, Henry, Earl of. the 
King's Warden of the Bast and 
Middle Marches toward Scotland. 



18 



Norham and Elandshire, Sheriff, Es- 
cheator, and Coroner of. 

Norham Castle, supplira of - 

Newcastle-on-TynCi Edward Baxter, 
merchant of. 

Norham, fishery appertaining to the 
Castle of. 

Oweton. Robert Lambert, esquire of - 
The same • • • - - 

Ogle, Cuthbert, of Chapyngton, near 
Bedlyngton, son and nelr of Cuth- 
bert Ogle, esquire, of Chapyngton. 
Ogle, Oswald, of Holy Island, gentle- 
man, and Henry Ogle, his son. 



Ogle, Henry • • . . 

Peirson, William, of Middilston 
Port, John, Sergeant-at-Law - 
The same - • • - - 

Pollerd, Ralph, son and heir of Robert 
Pollurd, esquire. 



Pikall, Thomas 



Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, Ac, upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held bjr nis father, and par- 
don for all intrusions upon the 
same. 

iSSMSelby.Otiuel 



/SSm Wolsey, Thomas • 



45!m Buhner, William . - . 

iSStftf Gaston, Edward . . . 

See Buhner, William ... 

^Sm Buhner, Willism - . - 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. Ac unon the lands, Ac 
lately held by nis father. 

iSM Dacre, Thomas . • . 

/SSm Warcopk George . . . 

See Dacre, Christopher 

£fee Burrell, John . . • 



ProclaLiation 



iSM Eryngton, Thomas 



Is appointed Sheriff of Norham and 
Elandshire. In the two following 
entries ho is also appointed Es- 
cheator and Coroner of the pame, 
and the next four are writs to his 
predecessor Christopher Dacre, 
directing the usual proceedings 
upon toe appointment of a suc- 
cessor. 

See Northumberland, Henry, Earl 
of. 

jSm Johnson, Adam . - - 

^M Davell', Robert • 

iSM Selby, Otiuel 



See Lambert, Robert 
See Thomson, William 
Has licence to enter upon the lands, 
Ac., lately held by his father. 

HaTC grant of a lease of the free 
warren of Holy Island at a rent 
of 41. per annum, and of the burgh 
there to farm at a rent of 6O0. per 
anuum^ both for twelve years. 

iS^ Ogle, Oswald 

/8m Wren, William - - - 

/Sm Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 
See Fitsherbert, Anthony: aleo 

Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of. 
Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, Ac., upon the lands, Ac, 
lately held by the said Robert 
Has grant of the wardship and mar- 
riage of Peter, son and heir of 
Wuliam Alwent, gentleman, and 
(in the event of his death during 
minority) of successive heirs, un- 
til one shall attain full age. 

iSiM Yynoent, Ralph . • • 



6 

Reign. 
15Hen.8. 

Pontif. 
1 

1 
1 

1 

2 



8 

8 

8 

4 



6 
6 



8 
8 

4 



1 
1 

1 

Un- 
dated. 



Reign. 
16Hen.8. 



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M 

29 
86 

S7 



s 

9 



15 



Z6 
27 

82 
85 

86 
88 

8 

6 
10 

12 



18 



Pft^rtton, Henry < 
PawBton, Robert' 

Parker, Roger 



■ ■ ■{ 

VGeoTgo Waroop ot gcn-"j 

Peroebrigg < wilSm'steill of - - C 
\ Margaret StevenBon of -J 

Palmes, Brian, and Margaret his wife, 
daughter and heir of Ralph Bad- 
dyfl, late of Tmutall, esquire. 



Place, Roland, Thomas Pndsey, and 
James Crathom, esquires. 



Padsey, Thomas, esquire 
PrestoU'On-Tees, manor of 

Robynson, John, of UTesterton 
Bedeman, Richsj^ 



Bjton, keeper of - 

Baddyff, Bdward, knight 
Bawe, williiun, of Preresyd' 



:} 



Bicall, in Yorkshire, mill and fishery 
in. 



>f 



"Ramysyde 

Badclyfle, Edward, knight « •') 

Bosse, manor of, and lands, &o., in - } 

Bawe,Bobert - - - - 



Beede, John 



BadclyfT, Margaret, daughter and 

heir of Balph, of Tunstall. 
•• Byton," keepership of - 

Semer, John, of Bishop Auckland 
Strangways, Thomas, esquire - 
The same - - - - • 
Stanleybyres, Boland, son of Bobert 

Hallof. 
Symson, Bobert, and Richard Bel- 

lasys. 



Stockton, borough and manor of 
Sandys, Thomaa - • - - 

Smyth. Anthony,andOuthbert Bpenoe, 
gentlemen, Ralph Elstone, chaplain, 
and William Malome, of Tuddowe. 



Have grant of a lease for eighty 
yeant>f " a mill Bte<le " in the Till 
and territory of Killerby, at a rent 
of 6«. &f. per annum. 

See Thomson, William 

iSSm Waroop, George - - - 

Have licence to enter, without proof 
of ago, ftc., upon the luids, &c., 
lately held by the said Balph, and 
pardon for aU intrusions upon the 
same. 

Pardon for the acquisition by them 
of the manor o! Preston-on-Tees 
from John Sayer. of Worsdell 
without licence, and licence to 
them to re-enfeoff the said John 
Sayer of the said manor, with re- 
nuunder of portions of it to his 
sons Thomas, Leonard, John, and 
FranciB, for life, and after their 
deaths to the right heirs of the 
said John Sayer. 

iSM Place, Boland . . . 

i8^ Wren, William - . - 

Has grant of the oOloe of parker or 

keeper of the park of Vrankeland, 

near Durham, together with Mid- 

dlewood and Ry ton. 

See Bedeman, Richard 



See Bulmer, William - • - 

Has a lease for 60 yean from the 
Bishop (by Deed enrolled) of the 
manor of Weylhidl. near Ricall, 
in Yorkshire, at a rent of 106«. %d. 
per annumy of a mill in Ricall at 
a rent oit^,per annicm, and of 
a fishery in Ricall at a rent of 
16f . 8d. per annum, 
iSiM Rawe, William - 



See Frankeleyn, William 

/Sm Dacre, Thomas . . . 

Has grant of the office of bailiff of 
the city of Durham. 



2 



Year 
wanting. 



Year 

wanting. 

1 
A.D. 
1623. 



AJ>. 
1628. 
Pontif- 
1 
A.D. 
1624. 



ivyn- 



Has grant of the parkership or 
keepership of the park of £v 
woa. 

See Palmez, Brian 



See Whytyng, Midiael 

iS^ Wren, William - 
j^M Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 
The same .... 
iS^ Hall, Boland . . . 

HaT6 grant of the offices of bailifT 
of the borough of Stockton and 
keeper of the manor there during 
their liTCS or the life of either gI 
them. 

/SSm Symson, Bobert . . • 

iSSM Yyncent, Balph • • • 

Pardon for the acquisition by them, 
from Balph Claxton of Halrwell, 
of the reTorskm of lands, fte., in 
Seton Kerrowe and Cotam Mande-- 
▼ille to the use of Elisabeth, wife 



AJ). 

1624. 

PontiL 

8 

8 

4 

Beign. 
17Hen;8. 



Pontif. 
6 



1 
1 

1 
1 

A.D. 
1528. 



A.D. 

1628. 

Beign. 

16Hen.8* 

Pontif. 

& 



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Pontifl- 



18 

22 
24 

25 
26 



29 
92 



34 

S6 

86 
37 



48 



48 



45 



1 
2 



4 
6 
8 



18 
21 



} 



:} 
:} 



'J 



Spenoe, Cuthbert, gentleman - 
Setou Kerrowe. lands, Ao., in - 
Sokbum, manor of • - • 

Sbirbume, Geoffrey Wren, Master of 

the Hospital of. 
Stockton. William Laken of • 
Stayndrop, Baohard, heir of Elizabeth, 
widow of William Stayndrop, of 
Booleaclev 
Scoleacley, Elizabeth, widow of Wil- 
liam Stayndrop of. 
Staynton-in-le-Stroet, W^liam Wy- 

then. Rector of. 
Steill, William - > ^* p«,^v j«, 
Stevenson. Marxarat j o' Peroebrigg - 

SpyteUf John Bunnell, senior, late oU 

merohant. 
Stobbez, Thomas, late of Durham, 

yeoman, otherwise described as late 

of London, and with variations in 

the spelling of his name. 
" Spittelhous, le." near Durham 
Stanoroft,Hugh Eiyngton or Heiyng- 

tonof. 
a_.i_^i- C Ralph Emereson of 
8walwel8^T^^„Hallof- - 
Swalwels, the water-mill of 
Swalwells, Robert Emersone of 
Sayer, John, of Woradell 
Sayer. Thomas . . - 

Sayer, Leonard - - • 

Sayer. John, junior 
Sayer. Francis ... 
Scotland, the Marches towards 
Sedgefield, Adam Johnson, merohant 

of. 
Skyrnyn^haxn, Anthony, son and heir 

of William Esshe of. 
Skarlett, Edmund ... 
Stanhope, bailiff of ... 
Sedgefield, chantry of St. Katharine^ 

in the church of. 
Selby, Otiuel. Oeorge Thomson, John 

Burrell. Leonard Morton, Thomas 

Broune. Cuthbert Gardiner, George 
Loddisman, and John Clerk, of Ber- 

wick-on-Tweed, merchants. 



Trotter.William, of Byres, yeoman • 
Tynemouth, ship driven by stress of 
weather into. 

Tempest* Thomas, esquire 
The same . . . • • 

Tebson, Thomas, son and heir of 
Thomas. 



TomsoH, Robert - 

Tnddowe, William Malome of 
Tempest, Thomas, knight 

The same - . • 



of the said Ralph, for her life, and 
pardon for the surrender of ail in* 
terest in the same by Bali^ Claz* 
ton, of Wynyard. esquire, uther of 
the said Ralph Glaxton, of Hs^y- 
welL Ralph dazton, the father, 
had been tenant for life, by the 
oourtewr of England, of the said 
lands. His wife was SibiUa, daugh- 
ter and heiress of William Conyen, 
giquire, the son and heir of Roger 
Ck>iiyers, knight, and Sibilla» wife 
of the said Roger. 

See Smyth, Anthony - 

^#0 Buhner, William - 
See Wren, Geoffrey - 

See Laken, William • 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age. Ac., upon the Unds. &c, 
lately held by the said Elizabeth. 

See Stayndrop, Richard 

See Frankeleyn, William 

i9M Warcop, George - 
See Burrell, John 

Has a general pardon 



See Harvy, Robert 
See Bryngton, Thomas 

See Emereson, Ralph - 
^Sm Coksey. Edward - 

See Place. Roland 



See Northumberland. Heniy, Earl of 
iSiM Johnson, Adam . . . 

^Sm Esshe, Anthony - . . 

iSSM Burton. Thomas . . . 

See Walker, John ... 
<9m Elstob, Ralph 

Have grant of a lease for 81 years 
of the fisheries in the Tweed, ap- 
pertaining to the Castle of mr- 
nam» at a rent of 621, per atiwtm. 



2 

a 

2 

2 

8 

8 

8 

8 

4 



4 
4 

5 

4 



Tear 
wanting. 

6 
6 



6 
6 
6 



i9(M Forster, Thomas . . . 

See Frankeleyn, Master William • 

jSm Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 
The same . . . . 

Has licence to enter, without proof 
of age, &c., upon the lands. Ac., 
lately held by his father. [Entry 
incomplete.} 

iSiM Yyncent, Ralph - 

See Smyth, Anthony ... 
Has jnant of the office of Seneschal 

of the Palatinate of Durham. 
Has firant of the office of Seneschal 

of the lordship or manor of Alver- 

ton and Alvertonshire. 



Retgn. 

14Hen.8. 

16Hen.8. 

PontiL 

1 

1 

Undated. 



Reign. 

16Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

2 

2 



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27 



86 

46 



S 

18 



48 

1 



2 



Thomson, William, of Gretham, yeo- 
uum, and Boger Parker. 

Tumour, Giles > brethren of the> 
T;pdale. John -S Hospital of Kepyer J 
Tilmoutn, lands, &o.. in • • 

Tempest, Thomas, knight 



Tempest, Elizabeth and Anne, daugh- 
ters and heirs of Roland. 

Tunstall, Margaret, daughter and heir 
of Ralph Raacljff, esquire, of. 

Todd, Robert, of Horsliurbum, next of 
kin and heir of Robert Todd, of the 
same. 



Thomson, George, of Berwink-on-^ 
Tweed, merchant - - •( 

Tweed, fishery of Norham Castle in i 
the - ... -J 

Unthanke, Lancelot, son of William 
Esshe^ esquire, of. 

Yynoent, Ralph, Christopher Yynoent, 
Robert Layyngton, Thomas Sandrs, 
George Ukkeroy, Robert Coke, Ko- 
bert Home, Robert Tomson, and 
William Coney. 



Vyncent. Christopher 
ukkerby, George 



:} 



Ufiferton, manor of, and lands, fishery, 
Ac in. 

Wobey, Thomas, Cardinal, Archbi- 
shop of York, Ac., Ac, 



Thesame - . . - . 

Whyte, Robert, of Ermethewgh, 
yeoman. 

Wols^. Thomas, Cardinal, Archbi- 
shop of York, &c. 



Wren, William, Robert Dukett of 
Byncheatre. John Robynson of Wes- 
terton, John Semer of fiisfaojp Auck- 
land* Hugh Mason of Whitworth, 
HeniT Dawson of Whitworth. Rich- 
ard lAz and William Peirson of 
Middilston. 



Westerton, John Robynson of 
Whitworth, Hugh Mason of 
Whitworth, Henry Dawson of 
Wear Ritot, Carrek Ford over 



I 



Become sureties for the good be- 
haviour of Robert Lambei^ of 
Owton, esquire, who has received 
a general pardon. 

See Prankeleyn, William 

iSSM Dacre^ Thomas . . . 

Has grant of the wardship and 
marriage of Elisabeth and Anne, 
daughters and heiresses of Roland 
Tempest, esquire. 

See Tempest, Thomas 

iS(M Palmez, Brian . . . 

Has licence to enter, without proo 
of age, ftc., upon lands, Ac^VutH^ 
held by the last-named Kobert, 
and pardon for all intrusions upon 
the same. 

iSiM Selby, Otiuel 



See Esshe* Lancelot 



Enrolment of the Ring's Manda- 
mue requiring the Bishop to direct 
proclamation to be made that 
these persons are rebels, md are 
to be taken and lodged in prison 
by anv of the King's subjecn who 
may find them, and that any one 
harbouring them will be held to 
be a rebel. 

iS!M Yyncent, Ralph - - - 

<SiM Daveir, Robert - 



Enrolment of the King's Letters 
Patent, whereby the siud Cardinal 
has grant of the custody of the tem- 
poralities and various rights of the 
Bee of Durham, which is vacant, 
but of which the said Cardinal has 
been nominated Bishop. 
See Frankeleyn, Master William - 
iSlM Forster, Thomas - . - 

Enrolment of the King's Letters 
Patent announcing that the tem- 
poralities of the See of Durham 
have been restored to the said 
Cardinal, and commanding the 
knights, freemen, and all tenants 
of the Bishopric to be intendeiUee 
to him as their Bishop. 

Writs follow, directed to the 
several Escheators of Yorkshire, 
Middlesex, and Northumberland, 
to deliver the temporalities in 
their respective districts to the 
said Cardinal. 

Are appointed Commissioners to en- 
quire whether tenants and inhabi- 
tants of the neighbourhood of 
Byres had a prescriptive right to 
the use of Carrek Ford across the 
Wear, and whether it liad been 
obstructed by Richard Hoton of 
Hunwyk, esquire, as alleged by 
them. 

See Wren, William - 



Year of 

Pontifl- 

cate^Ae. 



2 



8 

8 
8 



8 
6 
6 



6 



Reigi^ 
I6H6n.8* 



16Hen.8. 

PontiL 
6 

Reign. 
UHenA 



14Hen.8. 
14Hen.8. 

16Hen.8. 



Pontif. 
1 



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Mem- 
brane. 



Name. 



Subject. 



Tear of 
Pontifl- 
catOi Ac 



18 
21 



24 



2S 
26 

27 
28 



86 

S7 
88 

48 

1 
2 



Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of, Tho- 
mas Dacre, kniffht. Lord Dacre 
and de OiUealand, John, Lord Lorn- 
ley, knight, William l)acre. Lord 
Grurstok, Huffh, Prior of Durham, 
Anthony Fitinerbert, one of the 
King's Justices of Common Bench, 
John Port, SergeanUit-Iaw, Wil- 
liam Prankleyn, derk. Chancellor 
of Durham, William HUton, knight, 
William Eure, knight, Thomas 
Strangwars, esquire. Thomas Tem- 
pest, esquire, and John Bentley. 

Westmoreland, Balph, Earl of. Tho- 
mas Dacre, knight. Lord Dacrs and 
de Gillisland. Anthony Fitzherbert, 
one of tho IlI tig's Justices of Com- 
mon Bench, John Porte, Sergeant- 
at-law, William Hilton, knight, 
Thomas Strangww^ esquire, Tho- 
mas Tempest and John Bentley. 

Wyxiyard, Ralph Claxton, esquire, of - 

WeylhaU, near Ricall, manor of 



Wren, Geom^ey, clerk, Master of the 
Hospital of Shirbume. 



Widmcnsolc, Edward, and iMibella 
his wife, sister and heir of Thomas 
Danby. 

Wolsyngham, mill of . . . 

Wytham, William, Rector of Stayn- 
ton-in-le-Street. 

Whickham. vill and lordship of 

Warcop, George, of Percebrigg, gen- 
tleman, and Nicholas Crosyer, of 
Newbiggyng, gentleman. 



Werdale, messuage called "Estyate 

SheiU" in. 
Worsdell, John Sayer of « - 

Whytyng, Michael, yeoman of the Bi- 
shop's Chamber. 



Westheryngton, lands, fishery, &c.. in 
Walker, John - - . . 



Tork. Thomas, Cardinal, Archbishop 

of. 
Yorkshire, temporalities of the See of ^ 

Durham in - - . .r 

York, Thomas, Cardinal, Archbishop \ 

of. J 



Are appointed Justices of the Peace 
in Durham and Sadberge. 



Are appointed Justices of Gaol De- 
livery in Durham and Sadberge. 



See Smyth, Anthony 
See Rawe, William 



Hasgrant of a lease of land called 
** Ha^cokland," near Ebchester, 
for eighty years at a rent of 6a. Bd. 
per annum. 

Have licence to enter, without proof 
of the said Isabella's age. &c.. upon 
the lands, Ac., lately held by the 
said Thomas. 

See Laken. William ... 

See Frankeleyu, William 

See Hadworth, Richard 

Pleadings upon their recognizances 
for the good behaviour of William 
Steill, of Percebrigg, who was to 
keep the peace generally, and in 
particular towards Richard Bel- 
lasys, gentleman, and who had, as 
allegea, committed an assault 
upon John Franche and Richard 
Dobby, servants of Margaret Ste- 
venson, of Percebrigg. 

See Emcrcson. George 

5(90 Place. Roland . . . 

Has grant of the kecpcrship of the 
park of Frankland, near Durham, 
together with Middlewod and 
Ryton. 

«S^0l)avell', Robert - 

Has grant of the office of bailiff of 
Stimhope. 

/8m Wolsey. Tbomas . - . 



2 

AJ). 

1S24. 

Pontif. 

8 



2 



2 
8 

8 
8 



See Wolsey, Thomas 



Year 

wanting. 

5 



6 
6 

Reign. 
UHen.8. 



15Hen.8. 



Prepared and examined hy 

(Signed) L. Owkn Pike. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 



147 



45. (73.) Roll No. 2 of Thomas Wolsey, Bishop op Durham. 




1 

8 



6d» 
5d' 

4d' 



2d' 



8 

4 
5 



« 



Alverton', Leeke besides, parsonage of 
Adhee, Robert, of J>urham 



Alverton, Leeke nigh, in the oountj of 
York, rectory of. 



Astley, William, son and heir of Tho- 
mas Astloy. late of Aslayby. 

Astley. Thomas, late of Aslayby, Wil-' 
Hun, son and heir of • 

Aslayby, William, son and heir 
Thomas Astley, late of 

Astlay, Thomas, of Aslabv 

Aslabsr, Thomas Astlay of 

Auokuuid, Hallmote Court of 

Auckland, Bishop's, close in 

Alanson', Robert 

Auckland, Anthony Robson' o: 

Auckland, cottage, Ac^ in 

Auckland, James Patonson' of 

'Auckland, land, tc^ in - 

Atkynson', John, of Whitbern', the 
younger, and John Hall of London, 
dyer. 



:} 



Atkynson', Christopher - 
Arawe, Middleton, land, Ac., in 
Aldnodc, John . . . - 

Bolton', Henry, Lord Scrope of, knight 

Basmbrig, Richard, of Bnoteron', es- 
quire. 



Blakbum, the • 

Blakwell, the tenants of 
Bellasys, Richard, of Walworth 
Barnard Castle, Bartholomew Har- 

wode of - 
Buscye, Robert, of Borowby - 



;} 



Borowby, Robert Buscye of - 

Borowby, mill in 

Bolton, Henry Scrope of, knight 



:} 



Bella<iys, Richard, gentleman, Thomas 

Frankel^jm, sentleman, Richard 

Thirlkeld, gentleman, Edward Ug- 

gilthorp, gentleman, Nicholas Cros- 

yer, gentleman, William Heglmig- 

ton', gentlemui, John Hair of Mid- 

dilham, George Popeley, Richard 

DowncE, William Wren, Roger Ri- 

cherdson', and John Robinson' of 

Westerton*. 

Buhner, William, of Skymyngham •*) 

Bermeton', mill at - • •> 

Beamondhill, manor of • • -J 

Buhner, William, the elder, of Wilton, 
in the county of York, knight. 

Bowes, GeorM. son and heir of Ralph*) 
Bowes, knignt - - - - f 

Bowes, Ralph, knight, deceased, f 
George, son and heir of • -^ 



jSm Scrope, Henry - . - 
Has lease of the coal mines of Ches- 
1a«, " from the Blakbum unto the 
•• water of Tayme," for the term 
of forty yeara, at the rent of 28«. 8d. 
per annum, 
^Sm Scrope, Henry - - • 



To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 
his late father. 



iSM Astley, William . - - 

Writ of diem elautU extremum 
iS(M Astlay, Thomas • • - 

iSM Shirwod, Ralph . - - 

i8l«^ Inakip', Robert . . - 

8ee Patonson', Robert 

Have Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by the said John Atkynson 
to the use of the said John Hall 
of all right, Ac, in land. &&, in 
Whitbern', and by the said John 
Hall of part of the said land, Ac, 
to the use of the said John Atkvn- 
son, and to the use of Christopher 
Atkynson* of other part of the said 
land. Ac 

See Atkynson', John - 

See Surtcs, Marmaduke 
See Pegge, Henry 



See Scrope, Henry 

Writ of diem elautit extremum 

See Adhee, Robert - 

iS^0 Darlington, borough of - 

See Symson', Margaret 

Has demise to farm of three parts 
of a mill in Borowby for the term 
of twenty years, at thel«nt of 40f. 
per annum, 

^S^ Buscye, Robert . - • 

See Scrope, Henry - - - 

Arc directed to view and examine 
the watercourse of Skem, which 
is said to have been diverted by 
William Bulmer of Skymyngham, 




_ portions 

mondhill and Ketton*. 



See Bellasys, Richard 

Has grant of the wardship and mar- 
riage of George Bowes, son and 
heir of Ralph fiowes, knight. 

See Bulmer, William - • - 



Year of 
Pontifi- 
cate, Ac. 



Reign. 
20 Hen.8. 
20Hen.8. 



17 Hen.8. 

Pontit 
8 



2 

2 
8 



2 



S 

Reign. 

17 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

7 

Reign. 

20 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

7 

Reign. 

20 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

4 
Reign. 

17 Hen.8. 

18 Hen.8. 



18 Hen.8. 

17 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

8 



Reign. 
15 Hen.8. 



16 Hen.8* 



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Tear of 
Pontifl- 
cato,&c 



7d' 
6d' 



id' 
Sd' 

2d' 



1 
8 



6 
7 



7d' 
6d' 



8d' 
Id' 



Beamenthill', Richard Parkynaon' of 

Bentley, John • 

Bentley, Thomas, clerk • 

BurreU' George, chaplain 

Bishop's Auckland, clooe in 

Belt, William • 

Bondgate in I>arlington, inhabitants,' 

Ac., of, and pasture in 

Brankenmore, pasture in 

BlakwelL tenants of - 

Battlefield, npmid called the - 

? William Bawlyng of 

-a^A^*^ ) Robert Tod of 
Bondgate <^(l]j^^ Porman of 

LThomas Suddren of 
Blakden, Thomas, of Durham, 

smitii. 
Berepark, land in • - 

Broun', Christopher, clerk of 

Hallmotes ... 
Bedbum', messuage, Ac, in - 
Bedbum Vmessuage, fto. in - 
Buhner. William, the elder, knight, of 

Wilton, in the county of York. 



gold" 



thej 



Bowes, George . - - 
Bowes, Ralph, knight, deceased 
Bowes, Marjory ... 
Bowes, Elisabeth 



i 



Chypthest, in the county of Northum- 
berland, John Heron of. 
Ohestre, coal mines of . • • 

Goundou', Thomas, son and heir of 

Thomas Ooundon, late of Neceham. 
Goundou', Thomas, of Neceham 
Grosyer, Nicholas, gentleman - 
Glaxton', Ralph, son and heir of Ralph 

Glaxton', late of Wynyerd, esquire. 
Glaxton', Ralph, of Wynyerd, esquire 
Craven, Har£on in, in the counl^ of 

York, Thomas Harton' of. 
Conyers, Christopher, of Borden', 

quire. 



CTBgge,John . . . . 
Chester, cottai^e, fto, in - 
Chillyngham, in the county of North- 
umoerland, Edward Orey, late of. 



Durham, William Prankeleyn, clerk. 

Chancellor of. 
Durham, Robert Adhee of - • 

Derlyngton, Demton, Ac {poBtim) - 

Darlington, borough (rf - 



See Marion*, Thomas - 
S&e Conyers, Christopher 

iSM Bhirwod, Ralph - 



See Darlington, borough of; eUso 
Rawlyng, William. 



See Rawlyng, William 

See Mathowe, John • 
See Shirwode, John - 
See Tempest, Nicholas 

See Rakwode, John - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby the 
Lord Bishop sells to the said Wil- 
liam the wardship and marriage 
of Georae Bowes, son and heir of 
Ralph Bowes, knight, and the 
custody of all the lands, Ac., late 
of the sidd Ralph, and of Marjoiy 
Bowes, grandmother of the said 
George, or Elisabeth his mother, 
or of other person to the use of the 
said Ralph, during the minority of 
the said George. 

See Buhner, William - 



jSiM Heron, John . . . 

iSse Adhee, Robert . . . 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 

his late father. 
Writ of diem elaueit extremum 
See Bellasys, Richard 
To have seisin of the lands» Ac, of 

his late father. 
Writ of diem elaueit extremum 
See Marton', Thomas - . - 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby, in con- 
sideration of a certain sum of 
money, he granted to William 
Prankeleyn. clerk. Archdeacon of 
Durham, John Bentley, Thomas 
Bentlev, clerk, and George Bur- 
reU', cnaplain. a messuage and 
land. Ac. m Bsyngton', the moiety 
of another messuage and land in 
Esyngton', and all his other lands, 
Ac, there. 

iSse Shirwod. Ralph - 

i^M Hall', Ralph 

iS^ Grey, Edward . . . 



See Northumberland, Henry, Earl 

of. 
See Adhee, Robert 
See Durlington. 

Decree of the Council of the Lord 
Bishop that the inhabitants shall 
have certain common land " with- 
** out interruption of the tenants 
* of Blakwell and Hurworth." 
who are not to use the same. 
They are to hold the said land 



1 
1 



Reign. 
16Hen.8. 



Fbntif. 

a 



A 



6 



Reign. 
20H6n.8. 

90Hen.8. 
Pontif. 

4 
3 
2 

2 
1 



1 

4 
7 

I Reign. 
19 Hen.8. 

20Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

4 



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7d' 
6d' 



5d' 



d' 

Sd' 
Sd' 



Dacre, WiUuun, knight. Lord Dacr«, 

and of Orajstoke^ and Obiisloplier 

Dacre, knight, to the Lord Bishop 

of Darham, and William Pranke- 

leyn', derk, Chaneellor of Durham. 

DacTQ, Ghriatopher, knight 

Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 

Durham, WilliBm Prsnkeleyn', derk, 

Chanoellorof - - - - 

Dacre, William, knight. Lord Dacre, 

and of Owstoke, a^ Ohrlitopher 

Dacre, knignt. 






Year of 
Pontifi- 
cate, Ac. 



Daerob William, knight. Lord Dacre, 
and of Gmystoke, son and heir of 
Thomas Dacre, knight. Lord Dacr^ 
Ac 

Dacre, Thomas, knight. Lord Dacre, 
and of GillislandU William, son of. 

The lame Thomas . . . 

Downex, Richard . . . 

Durham, William Bakett of - 

Durham, William Prankeleyn, clerk. 
Archdeacon of . 

Darlington, horough of - 



Durham^ 



Darlington, Bondgate in 



Durham, the Lord Bishop of - 

''John Mathowe of, and' 

Alicfehiswife 
gardens, Ac., in - - 
Thomas Blakden of, gold- \ 
smith - - • [ 

Margaret Glennyson' of • 
Wiluam Graunge of. tailor, 
L and Joan his wife - -J 
Durham, John Hall' of - - -) 

Durham, messuage, ftc., in - -j 
Durham, William Frankeleyn, oIerk,S 
Chanoellorof - - * 'v 

Durham, the Gouooillon of the Lord ( 
Bishop of • •- . . J 



"in severally,*' and enclose the 
same at their peril till " the mater 
** be othirwys discussed." Also 
they are henceforth to give atten- 
daiioe onlv to the Loni's Grace 
and his officers for the time being, 
and not be retained to serve any 
other. (The original decree upon 
paper, signed by three Lords of 
the Council, is also attached to 
the roll.) 

Beoognisance for the performance 
of the covenants in certain In- 
dentures dated 18th August, 
18 Hen. 8. 



jSSm Dacre» William . . . 

Have grant of the custody of the 
castle of Norham during pleasure, 
they paying 120<. per annum for 
the same and the profits, Ac., 
belonging thereto. 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac., of 
his late father. 



8«6 Dacreb William - 

Writ of diem clcMeit extremism 
See Bellasys, Bichard 
See Msrton', Thomas • 
See Conyers, Christopher 



Decree of the Council of the Lord 
Bishop "for appeasyng of vari- 
" aunoes depenoyng betwixt the 
" burgessez and the inhabitaunts 
" of the burgh' of Dernton' of 
" that oone partie and the hus- 
" bandmen and inhabitauntes of 
" Bondgate in Dernton' of that 
" othir partie, of and for the use 
" of common of pasture in Bran- 
" kenmore and on the west more 
" in Bondgate, w* othir pastures 
" that the seid burgessez claymoth 
** to have within the seid Bond- 
" gate." The burgesses are to use 
the common called Brankenmore 
with the inhabitants and tenants 
of Blakwell and Hurworth, and 
the inhabitants of Bondgate are 
to use the pasture called West- 
more, and have to farm a ground 
called the Battlefield. (The origi- 
nal decree upon paper, sigxied by 
four Lords of the Council, is also 
attached to the roll.) 

See Darlington, borough of; aleo 
Bawlyng, William. 

See Bawlyng, William 



See Uaihowe, John 



See Graunge. William 



See Lomley, John, Lord 



Beign. 
19Hen.8. 



IBHeOiS. 
18Hen.8 



Pontit 
S 



S 

8 

1 
1 

Beign, 
16 Hen.8. 



16 Hen A 

Pontif. 
2 



Beign. 
M Hen.8. 



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Evenwod, Ralph Bhirwod ot ■ 
Eden. Little evidence! relUin; 
Emenon, Ralph ■ 



Tnnkelcvn. Vll liam, clerk. Chaoodlor 



inkelcvn.'V 
ji Durn&m. 



Fnokelpyn', William, clerk. Chucel- 
lor ol Durham. 

Prankekyn, Thomw, mntloman 
Frmnkeleyn, William, clerk, Arch- 

it»ooa ni Diirhatn. 
Forman, Vitliam, ot BondEate 



Lord Diire, ni 

The same William 

Qillislutd, Thomas Dum, knight. 

Lord Dacre, and ot, William, »□ ot. 
OlennjKin'. Maixaret. ot Durham -') 
Graungfl. William, ot DnrhMn, tailor, J 

and Joan, his wife ■ - -) 

The wme WlUlani and Iota - 



tlemurnn', I 

Jrej, Bdwap 



A ot GhillTngham, 

.1 Northumberland, 

_ . in Grey, late of Heton" 

-OunCy of Northumberland, 

Irey, John,' late ot HetfiD'. in the 
oauntr ot If ortbumberland. 

The aamc Edward and lohn - 



Heran, Thomai, mercer') 
Heron, Bobert, tallow > 
chandler ■ •) 



Sat OoQiers. Chrlitopher 
5h Shirwod, Balph - 
«M Trollop', John 
:8m Hall', aiaph 



Sh Northumberland. Benr;, £arl 



Sh I>Bcre, William 



St Bavljng, William 
St* Lomley, Jidm 
.Ste Tod. William 



lit 

■IHenJ. 

EBEeQ,8. 
PonUf. 

Belsn. 
ieHeii.S. 

PontiL 



Ste Sacre, t^UUam 



Am ICathowe, Joba 



im nt tlio Bi 



tallow chandler, ci 



>lohim 



tt ibnn, thejr 
ol TfieliDla* 



Am Heron, John 



Sm BjmKin', Uargaret 



WBenA 
Fontit 



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Tear of 
Pontifl- 
oate, Ac 



4ld' 

4d' 
8d' 



2d' 



i:d' 



6 
Cd' 



4 
5 

« 
4d' 

2d* 



Hoton*. RichMd,late^ 

of Hunwyke - 1 William, son ") 

Hunwyke, Bichard f and heir of -J 

Hoton*. late of 'J 
Hoton*. Richard, of Hunwyk, esquire 
Hunwyk, Richard Hoton' of, esquire - 
Heffhyn^n*, William, gentleman -) 
Hi3l*. John, of Middilham - - i 

Horden*. Christopher Gonyers of» es- 
quire. 
Hall, John, of London • - - 
Haugton*. John Shirwode of • 
Habnoto Court - . - - 

Hall', Ralph, of Marley-on-the-Hill • 



Hill, Harley-on-the-, Ralph Hall', of \ 
Hair, Thomas - - • -i 

Hair, John, of Durham, draper 
Hyne, William, of Whikham, chaplain, 
and Richard Hedworth, bailifr. 



Hedworth. Richard, bailiff 
Hewetson*. John, of Seton, in the 
parish of Seham. 



Herryson*. William, of Pittyngton 

Heton', in the county of Northumber- 
land, John Grey, late of 

Horsley. Nicholas, esquire, of Ul- 
chester. in the county of Northum- 
berland - - - - - 

Heron. V.^'iUiam. Lord of Forde in the 
county of Northumberland. 

Ingilbv. Cecilia, widow of William 

Ingilby, esquire. 
Ingilby, William, esquire, Ceciliai 

widow of. 
Indlby, William, esquire 
Ilderton', Thomas, V nieht 
Inskip', Robert, of Myton on Swale in 

the county of York. 



Killynghair, William, of Middilton 

Georgia. Eleanor, widow of. 
The same William . . . 



Kctton'. manor of - - 

KiUcrby, cottages, &c., in 



London. Thomas Heron and Robert 
Heron, citixons of. 



<9Sm Hoton', William • 

Writ of diem elausit extremum 
See Hoton*, Richard - 

See Bellasys, Richard 

See Conyers, Christopher 

/Sm Atkynson', John - 

See Shirwode, John - 

See Shirwode, John; aUo Hall', 
Ralph. 

Precept to the Bishop's Steward 
directing lum to admit the said 
Ralph, according to the custom of 
the Hallmote Court, to make fine 
for land in Whikham, and a cottage 
and garden in Chester, taken hr 
him of the Lord Bishop : which 
said land, Ac^ had been held by 
Ralph Emerson, who had forfeited 
the same on account of the murder 
of Thomas Hall*. 

iSte Hall', Ralph 

See Graunge, William 

Are appointed Commissioners to re- 
ceive from John Yolton' of Swal- 
wels his surrender of a piece of 
the Lord's waste at Swalwels. to 
the use of Richard Yolton*. and of 
a cottage at Whikham to the use 
of William Yolton*. ( Repeated on 
m. 1. d*. with a copy of the sur- 
render so taken.) 

iSl90 Hyne. William . . • 

Has Deed enrolled, whereby he re- 
leased to William Henyson' of 
Pittyngton*, all right. &c, in a 
tenement, Ac., in Seaham, pre- 
viously grantea to him upon con- 
ditions. 

See Hewetson', John . - - 



See Grey, Edward 



S 
8 

8 

1 

8 

4 
4 



5 
6 



7 
7 



See Tod, William 



To hare assignment of dower out of 

the lands. Ac of her late husband. 

See Ingilby, Cecilia . . - 

Writ of diem elaueit extremum 
Writ of diem elausit extremum 
Has enrolment made of surrender 
to Anthony Robson*. of Auckland 
of all right. Ac. in a cottage and 
land in Auckland. 



To have assignment of dower out of 
the lands, Ac.of her late husband. 

Writ of diem elaueU extremum, 
(The commencement only, but the 
marginal note is complete.) 

See Bellasys, Richard 

See Surtes, Marmaduko 

iSEM Pegge, Henry - - - 

iSl00 Heron, John - - - 



Reign. 

21 Hen.8. 



Pontif. 
6 

6 

6 
6 
2 



Leoko besides Alvorton, parsonage of - 1 See Scrope, Henry 
35256. 



4 
4 



Reign. 
17 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 
7 

Reign. 
20 Hen.8. 

20 Hen.8. 



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6d' 
4d' 

2d* 



Lilburn*. Thomas, of Estthikley, gentle- 
man. 

Leeke nigh Alverton in the county of 
York, rectory of. 

Little Eden, evidences relating to 
London, John Hall of, dyer 

Lomloy, John, Lord . . . 



1 d* London, outlawry at 



2 



5 
6 
7d' 



Marches, the East and Middle, towaids 
Scotland, Henry, Earl of Northum- 
berland, the King's Warden of. 

Middilton George, William 'Killyng- 

hair of, Eleanor, widow of. 
The same William 
Middilham, John Hall' of 
Marton', Thomas, of Marton* in Craven, 

in the county of York, gentleman. 



8d* 



4d* 



Marton in Craven, in the county of 
York, Thomas Marton' of, gentleman. 
Myton'-on-Swale, in the county of York, 
Itobert Inskip' of. 

Middleton Arawe, land, Sec., in 



Writ of diem clausit exiremum 
See Scrope, Heniy 



^tfff Trollop', John - - . 

/S00 Atkynson*. John • . . 

Memorandum of agreement made at 
Tunstall between him and Wil- 
liam Frankeleyn, clerk. Chancellor 
of Durham, and other councillors 
of the Lord Bishop, concerning the 
occupation of certain grounds 
withm the town and fields of 
Tunstall. The said Lord Lomley 
IS to have such grounds there a!s 
the Bishop's tenants affirm to bo 
his. the other lands there to bo 
occupied by the Bishop's tenants 
till the Lord Lomley's title there- 
to shall be proved or is lawfidly 
tried and found. 

iS'(^ Grey, Edward - - . 



See Northumberland, Henry, Earl of 



See Killynghair, WiUiam - 

See Killinghair. William - 

See Bellaysis, Richard 

Has the following Deeds enrolled :— 

Deed whereby the said Thomas 
panted to William Wren, of Sheir- 
bum', Richard Parkynson*, of 
Beamenthiir, and William Bakctt, 
of Durham, a messuage and land 
in Wyndilston', to the uses ex- 

Eressed in certain Indentures made 
ctwecn the said parties. 
Deed whereby the said Thomas 

S anted to Geoffrey Wren, clerk, 
aster of the hospital of Sliir- 
bum', and William Wren' of Shir- 
buni' House, a cottage, and land, 
Ac, in Wyndilston'. 

Deed whereby the said Thomas 
granted to M'illiam Wren'. Steward 
of the hospital of Shirbum', a mes- 
suage and land, Ac., in the vill and 
territory of Wyndilston'. 

Deed whereby the said Thomas 
granted to William Wren', Stew- 
ard, of Shirbum', a messuage and 
land, &c, in the vill and territory 
of Wyndilston'. ^ 

Deed whereby the said Thomas 
granted to William Wren', of 
Shirbum' House, a messuage and 
land, &c., in Wyndilston'. 

Indenture between the said Thomas 
and William Wrenn',of Shirburn' 
House, whereby the said Thomas, 
in consideration of a certain siun 
of money, covenants to levy fines 
and do what was necessary m law 
to assure the right and title of tlio 
said William to all land**, Ac., con- 
veyed to him by the said Thomas 
by certain Indentures therein 
specified. 

See Marton', Thomas - - . 

See Inskip', Robert - - . 



See Bnrtes, Marmaduke 



Year of 
Pontlft- 
cate, Ac. 



Reign. 
19Hen.8. 

Pbntif. 
2&3 

8 

Reign. 

SOHeoS. 



Pontif. 
7 

Reign. 
19Hen3. 



Pontif. 

4 

4 
S 

4 



1 

3 

Reign. 
17Hen.8 



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4d* 



6 

7 



Id' 



9 



6 

7d' 
5d' 



4d' 
2d' 



2 
3 



Mathowe, John, of Durham, «nd Alice, 
his wife. 



Harley-on-the-HUr, Ralph Hall* of 



Northamberland. Chypthest in the 
county of, John Heron of. 

^Northumberland, Henry, Earl of. and 
the King's "Warden of the Bast and 
Middle Marches towards Scotland, to 
William Frankeleyn, clerk, Chancel- 
lor of Durham. 

The same Henry • . . . 



Norham, Castle of . • 

The same - . - . . 

Neoeham, Thomas Coundon, late of - 
Nevill, Thomas, brother and heir of 

Bdilph Nevill* of Thomtonbrige. 
Nevilr, Bttlph, of Thomtonbrige, 
Thomas, brother and heir of. 

''Chillyngham. in the" 
county of, Edward 
Grey, late of - 
Hcton, in the county of, 
John Grey, late oi - 
Ulchester, in the county 
of, Nicholas Horsley, 
esquire, of - - 
LShenffof - - -, 

Northumberland, Forde in the county 
of, William Heron, Lord of. 



Northum- 
berland 



Orde, Robert, esquire 



Percy, Thomas, and Eleuior his wife, 
and Edward Fyton, and Mary his 
wife. 



Fopeley, Georr^ - . . . 

Parkynson', Richard, of Beamenthill' 
Patonson', Robert, clerk 



Patonson', James, of Auckland 

Place, Rowland, esquire 

Pegge, Qenry> son and heir of William 
Pogg. 



Pegg. William. Henry, son and heir of 
Pittyngton, "William Herryson* of 

Roke, John Swynnowe of, esquire 
Rosse, Anne, widow . . . 



Raile, coal mines and pits of • 



Have the following Deeds enrolled :— 

Deed whereby the said John and 
Alice, sold to Thomas Blakdcn, of 
Durham, goldsmith, three gardens 
and a tenement thereon in Dur- 
ham, also a burgage and garden in 
Diurham. 

Deed whereby Margaret Glennyaon*. 
of Durliam, William Graunge, of 
Durham, tailor, and Joan, his 
wife, released to Thomas Blakden, 
all right, ;&c., in gardens, Ac in 
Durham, sold to him bv John 
Mathowe and Alice his wife. 

iS0& Hall', Balph 



/S!s0 Heron', John - - - 

Recognizance for the performance 
of the covenants in certain Inden- 
tures between the said Earl and 
the Lord Bishop. 

Has grant of the custody of the 
Castle of Norham during pleasure, 
paying therefor and for the profits, 
&c., attached thereto 120^. per 
annum to the Lord Bishop. 
See Northumberland, Henrj*. Earl of 
^0« Dacre, William - - - 

See Coundon, Thomas 

Writ of diem claueit extremum 



See Nevill. Thomas 



See Greyf Edward 



See Tod, WUUam 



Writ of melius inquirendum for In- 
quisition post mortem, 

• 

To have liveiyof the lands, Ac, late of 
Guischerd Herbotell, of whose son 
and heir, George Herbotell, the said 
Eleanor and Mary were sisters and 
heirs. 

See Bellasys. Bichard- 

See Marton', Thomas - . . 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
renderiby him to James Patonson', 
of Auckland, of all right, &c., in 
land, &c., in Auckland. . 

See Patonson', Robert 

See Surt<», Marmaduke 

Has Memorandum enrolled of sur- 
render by him to John Aldnode, 
of all right, &c., in cottages, Ac, in 
Killerby. 
See Pe^we. Henrv - . - 

See Howetson', John ... 



See Swynnowe, John - - - 

Mandamus for Inquisition post 
mortem. 



See Symson', Margnrot 



Reign. 
eOHen^. 

t9Hen.8. 



19 Hen.8. 



19 Hen.8. 

18 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

4 
1 



7 and 
21 Hen.8. 



21 Hen.8. 



Pontif. 
7 



L 2 



3 
1 
8 



S 

Bcign. 

17 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

7 



7 
7 



6 
6 

Reign. 
]7Heu.8. 



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No. 1. — Dorham BecordB : Calendar of BoUs of Bishop Wolsey — cont. 







Tearot 


b"r^ H«^ 


Subject. 


K 


t 


Eo ' itWealBrton' -i 


«*>Bell«js.BJchaid 


s 


7d' 


Be . iTDurham - 










**Shirwod'.B.dph . 






rS - DtAu'cklwid' - 


&»Insklp'.Bobert - 






■^ "dSr-ast 


ttJIImrot- the Battled"; S» 


£ 




> lothsLordBldiop 






sd; 


!:,:„ ., ,„;'^*™ :) 


a» Tempest. Nicholas 


s 






him to bii wm wmiam. ot iJl 


s 












ass*.'"—'--*-'" 
























render. 






B^wode.'Wlllkm 


«*>B>kwode.jDhn • 


■ 


1 


BcroDe, Smrj. Lord, of Bolton', 


Leeke betides AlTCrlon. tor the 
term of seren rears at the lent ol 


B«i«R. 

MttS.8. 








PontilL 




Snolei™-, ffiohard Bsjnbrig of, t»- 
8w]iinowe,JobD,ofBoke^eiquiiB - 


Sh Baynbrig, Eichlrd 




1 




« 




TbeumeJabD . . - - 


quisitioaporisKn-ten. 


J 






[(»celledl. 


.."fc 




*ss.'i,!Sra'ftSES 


3h Northumberland, Henr;, Earl 




berluid.irudBaot. 




,?& 


S 








"ss:,: £sri»!Uf s"«S: 


Have snnt to farm of the coal 




mine* and pita ot Orewbom and 








Baile, for the tvrm of tbirtf yvrs. 






otBamardQutle. 


at the rent ot 180(. per annnm. 






8cTDpe.Henr;.knlEbt,ofBoltoi> - 


Has demise of the reotory at Lecke 
nl«h Alrerton. in the countr ot 
Tork, tor the term ot fl.e yen* 
altherentoflSLptraniwiii. 


nHeiLft. 

Fontil. 




SwTiuHi, John. Lnbells. widow of . 




3 




Bwrniw. Balph, Kdana, widow ot 


the lands, ic. of her late hiubaod. 












B^^, BhirburaHoQso,Wmi(uii-\ 




S 


Id' 










S-Marton-, Thomas. 


1 










6d' 


8hlrwod,B»lp!i,o(BTenwod - 


Preempt to the steward ot the 
bishopriek to enrol upon the rtllls 

surrender bv the said Ralph ol 
a close in Bishop's Auckland to 
the use of William Bolt, AnthonJ 
Bob«>n', Bobcrt Alanson', and 














JohnC™„Be. 




Bd- 


Swale, Mjton'*n. 


St, Hfton^-Swale 


1 






iS«rB«wln»g, William 


s-h. 


*d' 




"^sitrss'ifMia; 






ton Arawe. to BovUnd Place, ee- 
quire Ralph 8iirt«., Willi^^e- 
















fentlemen, fw the purpose ot oer- 








the said Harmuduko and John 








Surtes. 










PontiL 




quire. 


^TairdTh^.'"' ™' "^'- 





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Tear of 
Pontifl 
cato.fto. 



4d' 



2d' 



6 

7 

6d* 



8d' 



Sd' 



d* 



6 
Id' 



a 



4 
6 

e 



Suites, Ralph - 
Snrten, John, clerk 
Bhirwode> John, of Haugton' 



:} 



Synuon', William . . . 
BwalwelB, John Yolton of • -\ 
Swalwela, waste at - • -J 

Seton. in the pariah of Seham, Johni 

Heweteon* of • 
Seham, Seton in the parish of, John > 

Hewetson' of - 
Seham, tenement^ ftc, in • -J 

Tayme^ water of - 

Thirlkeld, Richard, gentleman 
Thomtonbrige, Ralph Xevill' of, Tho- 
mas, brother and heir of. 
Tod. Robert, of Bondgate 
Trdlop', John, of Thomlawe - 



Thomlawe, John Trollop' of - 
Tempest, Nicholas, gentleman, and 

Christopher Broan% clerk of the 

Hallmotes. 

Tunstall, agreement made at • -") 
Tunstall. grounds within the town >- 
and fields of - . . O 

Tod. William, of Eplynden 



Uggilthorp, Edward, gentleman 
TTlchester, in the county of Northum- 
berland, Nicholas Horsley, esquire. 



of. 



Wynter, Thomas 



Wardall, country called 
Walworth, Richard Bellasys of 

Wh^ William, Margaret, widow 



Wren, William - 
Westerton', John Robinson of 



:} 



See Surtes, 3Carmaduke 

Memorandum that he took of the 
Lord Bishop land near Berepark, 
in the Bishop/s hands by the 
felony of William Symson', who 
held the same. 

Precept to the Bishop's steward 
to admit the said John to make 
fine for such land according to 
the custom of the Halmote Court. 

/SSm Shirwode, John . . . 

£tas Hyne, William . . . 



See Hewetson', John 



£tas Adhecb Robert - - - 

See Bellasys, Richard 

iS9s XeYill, Thomai . . . 

See Rawlyng. William 

Memorandum that he had appeared 
before theCouncil of the LoraBishop 
upon a certain diur and demanded 
to have delivered to him certain 
evidences remaining in a "bu- 
gett" in the Chancery touching 
his inheritance in Little Bden: 
whereupon three Proclamations 
were made for ai^ one to appear 
who professed a title to the same 
evidences, and no one appearing 
the same were delivered to the 
said John. 

iSM Trollop*. John . . . 

Are appointed Commissioners to 
take the surrender of John Bak- 
wod of Rakwodehill, of a mes- 
suage, &c., in Bedburn', to William 
Rakwode, his son. 

See Lomley, John, Lord 

Has Indenture enrolled, whereby 
William Heron, lord of Forde in 
the county of Northumberland, 
demised to him half of his lord- 
ship of Eplynden for the term of 
80 years at the rent of 61. 10s. per 
annum. 



S 

4 



4 
7 



Reign. 

20Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

8 

1 

2 



2ft3 
5 



Reign. 
20Hen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 



See BeUasys, Richard 
See Grey, Edward 



Deed enrolled, whereby the Lord 
Bishop granted to the said Tho- 
mas to farm a great house and 
famaoe near Gateshead, and all 
mines of metals and minerals 
within the bishoprick and the 
country called Wardall, for the 
term or thirty years, at the rent of 
fH.per annum. 

See Wynter, Thomas ... 

See Symson', Margaret 

To have assighment of dower out 
of the lands, Ac, of her said hus. 
band. 

See Bellasys, Richard 



Pontif. 
8 
7 



Reign. 
20 Hen.8. 



20 Hen.8. 

17 Hen.8. 

Pontif. 

4 



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No. L-— Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Wolsey — cont. 



Mem- 
brene. 



Namo. 



Subject. 



Tear of 
Pontiil- 
cBte.ftc. 



7d* 



6d' 
4d* 

Sd' 

2d' 



6 

7 

7d' 
6d' 
2d' 



Wilton, in the county of York, Wil- 
liam Bulmer the elder, knight, of. 

WynTerd, Balph Claxton' of, esquire, 

and Ralph his son and heir. 
Wren, Wrenn', William, of Shirbum', 

Shirbum House, Mid Steward of 

the hospital of Shirbum 
Wjndilston'. messuaKei, lands, &c, 

m, and in the vill and territory of - 
Wren, Geoffrey, clerk. Master of the 

hospital of Snirbum' - - -. 



Westmore in Bondgate • 

Whitbem*. John Atkinson' of 

Whitbem', land, &c, in 

Whikham, land in 

Wilton, in the county of York, Wil 
liam Bulmer, the elcfor, knight, of 

Whikham, William Hyne of, chap- 
lain - - - - 

Wliikham, cottage at • 



) 



} 



York, Leeke nigh Alrerton, in the 
county of, rectory of - - - 

York, Wilton, in the county of, Wil- 
liam Bulmer the elder of, uiigbt. 

York, Marton in Craven, in the county 

of, Thomas Marton' of. 
York, My ton'-on-Swale, in the county 

of, Robert Inakip of. 
York, Wilton, in the county of, Wil- 
liam Bulmer the elder, knight, of. 
Yolton', John, of Swalwels • O 
Yolton', Richard - - - • r 

Yolton' William - - . -J 



Sm Buhner, William • 
iS^ Claxton', Ralph - 

See Marton', Thomas - 

See Darlyngton, borough of 

See Atkynson', John - 

See Hall', Ralph 

See Bulmer, William - 

See Hyne, William - 

See Scrope« Heniy 
/STm Bulmer, WilUam - 

See Marton', Thomas - 
See Inskip, Robert - 
See Bulmer, William - 

See Hyne, William - 



Reign. 
16Hen.8. 

Fontif. 
2 



Reign. 
16Hen.& 

Pontif. 
. 8 

4 



Un- 
dated. 

Reign. 
17HMI.8. 

15Hen.8. 

PontU. 
1 

2 

6 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) Joseph Burtt. 



46. (74.) Boll No. 3 of Bishop Wolsey, consists of four membranes 
containing onlj Fleas and Preseiltations before the Justices of the Peace, 
and of Oyer and Terminer, from the first to the third year of his 
Pontificate. 

Examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



47. (75.) Boll No. 4 of Thomas Wolsey, Bishop op Durham. 



2AS 


Array, Commission of - 


• 


;^ Lomley, Roger - 


Reign. 
UHeni). 


1A2 


Bowes, Robert, esquire - 
Bowoz, Richard, esguiro 
Bothe, Ralph, esquire - 


m * 


iS0« Lomley, Ro^er ... 


UHen.8. 


1A2 


Conyers, Ciithbert 

Conyers, Christopher, of Hordcn 




iSftf Lomley, Roger - 


14H6n.8. 


1&2 


Easington, ward of • - 


m 


iS^ Lomloy, Roger - • . 


UHen.8. 


1^2 


French, expected inrasion of - 


- 


jSm liomley, Roger - 


14Hen.8. 


1A2 


Horden, Christopher Conyers of 


- 


iSev Lomley, Roger - - 


UHen.8. 



Nal, 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RECOBDS. 157 

■ • 

-Durham Records : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Wolsey — cont. 



Mem- 
1>raiie. 


Name. 


Subject 


Tear of 
Pontifi- 
cate, ftc. 


Ik2 

• 

1A2 


Lomley, Boger, Robert Bowez, Rich- 
ard JBowez, Richard Bothe, Guth- 
bert Cotiyers, Christopher Gonjren 
of Horden* and John Trollop, es- 
quires. 

Scots, expected inyasion of - 
Trollop, John, esquire . - • 


Are required to carry out, with the 
utmost speed, the instructions 
which they had reoeived, as Com- 
missioners of Array for the Ward 
of Easmgton, to collect men and 
arms for resistance to an expected 
invasion of French and Scots by 
way of Scotland. The King's in- 
structions are recited. 

iSM Lomley, Roger . . . 

49m Lomley, Roger . . . 


Reign. 
14Hen.8. 

14Hen.8. 
UHen.8. 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. OwKN Pike. 



48. (76.) Cursitob's Roll. Sede Vacante. 21 Henry Vni. 
[The Boll is torn, and the names in the first entry are wanting.] 



s 

4 



4d* 

S 

4 



Bynkys, Simon, chaplain 



Baynbrig, John, ofSnoterton, esquire, 
son and heir of Richard Baynbrig, 
esquire. 

Buhner, William, gentleman, other- 
wise described as clerk of the Iron 
and Lead Uines in Wardale. 

Bulmer. John, knight . . . 



Bowes, Robert, esquire 



} 



Bowes, Robert ... 

Bentley. John ... 

BeUasys, Richard 

Blackwell, water-mills of • - 

Baynbrige, Richard, of Wheitlehill, 
gentleman. 

Baynbrige, Philip, son and heir of 
Richard Baynbrige, late of Wheitle- 
hill. 



Bothe. Richard, esquire - 



Bothe, Janet, dftughter of Richard •/ 
Claxtcm, Richard* of Durham - 



!} 



Durham, clerk of the market in the 
Biahopricof ... 

Durham. William Rawe, of 

Durham, appointment of a Chancellor 
of. 

Durham, appointment of a Receiyer- 
General of. 

Durham. Shrieyalty of - - - 

Durham, Eacheatorship of . : . 

Durham. Henxy, Prior of the Cathe-*) 
dralChurohof- - • -f 

Durham, Justices of the Peace in •) 

Durham, Deliveiy of the Gaol of the 
Castle of. 

Durham and Sadberge, Justices of 
Assise in. 

Dobson. Robert - - . 

and 

Dale, Thomas, of Darlington - 



} 



Has grant of a chantry in Lasynby, 
near North Alverton. vaomt 
through the death of Robert 
Stokke, chaplain. 

Has licence to enter, without proof 

of age, Ac, upon the lands. Ac., 

lately held by nis father. 
Has grant of a lease for 12 years, 

of a park called " Lo Neweparke,** 

in Stanhope in Wardale. 
Is appointed to act as Sheriff of 

Durham during the vacani^ of 

the See. A writ de intendendo 

follows. 
Is appointed to act as Escheator of 

Durham durin^^ the vacancy of 

the See. A writ de intendendo 

follows. 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

/SKm Dobson, Robert - 

Writ of diem claueit extremwn 

To have seisin of the lands, Ac, 
lately held by his father. 

See Eliyngton, Thomas 

iS!M Hebbome, John • 



See Rawe, William - 
See Prankeleyn, William 
See Strangwoys, William 
See Bulmer. John 
See Bowes. Robert - 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 
See Fitzherbert, Anthony 
See Pitzherbert, Anthony - 



Have grant of a lease, for 12 years, 
of the water mills of Darlington 
and BlackwelL 



Un- 
dated. 

Reign. 
21Hen.8. 



2IHen.8. 



Un« 
dated. 



Un- 
dated. 



21Hen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 
2lHen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 



21 Hen.8. 

Un- 
dated. 

21 Hen.8. 

2lHeail. 

aiHenJ. 

Un- 
dated. 

Un- 
dated. 

21 Hen.8. 
21 Hen.8. 
21 Hen.8. 
21 Hen.8. 



158 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTT-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 



No. 1. — Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Wolsey — con^» 




s 

4d' 



6 

4d' 



4 
6 



4d* 



6 

4d» 



2 
8 



6 
4d' 



Darlington, water-mills of « 
Darlington, Thomas Dale of - 
" Durham Place," in London - 
-n.»i..» i* Richard Clazton of - 
Durham ( william Johnson of 
Durham, Thomas £Iryngtoo, Junior, 
gentleman, of. 

Emereson, John, of Whesuopbumo • 



:} 
:} 



Eure, William, knight . - - 

Elryngton, Thomas, of Durham, 

Junior, gentleman, to Richard Bothe, 

esquire. 



Eliyngton, Janet, wife of Thomas 

Fiankeleyn, William, derk 

Fitxherbert, Anthony, knight • •> 
Frankeleyn, William, clerk - •) 
Fitsherbert, Anthonj. knight, and 
John Spelman, SeijeantMbt-law. 



The same 



Fetherstanhaigh, Nicholas 



Featherstanhalgh, Roman, son of John 

HUton. William, knight 

Hyne, William, of whickham, cap-"^ 

Hedworth, Ralph, bailiff - •) 

Heni7son, Thomas, of Traffordhill • 

Hebbome. John, of Herdwyke near 
Sedgefleld, esquire. 



Herdwyke, John Hebbome, esquire,' 
of - - - - - 

Hebbome, Thomas, son of John 
Johnson, William, of Durham - 

Kelynghall.William, and John Kelyng- 
hall, both of Middilton George, 
Thomas Henrvson. of Truflordhul, 
and Thomas Makerioh of Newsom. 

Kelynghall, John, of Middilton George 

Lasynl^, chantry in . . . 



;} 



** Langlee," messuage called, in War- 
dale - - . - 

Langlee, Lancelot Trotter, of - 

Lomley, John, Lord . . . 

Lomley, John, of Lomley, knight. 
Lord Lomley. 

London, ** Durham Place " in - 
Lomley, John, knight. Lord Lomley • 



See Dobson, Robert • 
See Lomley, John 
jSIm Hebbome, John - 
See Eliyngton, Thomas 



Has grant of a lease, for twelve years, 
of messuages or sheles, called 
** Whessuopbume - shele" and 
"Whitewell-shele," in the Park 
of Stanhope, at a rent of 70s. per 
annum for the former and 26t, 8d, 
for the latter. 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 

Reo^nizanoe for the release of the 
said Richard, in such manner as 
counsel shall advise, from all debts, 
promises, Ac, to the said Thomas 
and his wife Janet, the daughter 
of the said Richard. 

See Eliyngton, Thomas 

Is ap])ointed Chancellor of Durham 
during the vacancy of the See. 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 

Are impointed Justice to deliver 
the Gaol of Durham Oastle during 
the vacancy of the See of Durham. 

Are appointed Justices in Eyre and 
of Assise, in Durham and Sad- 
berge, during the vacancy of the 
See of Durham. 

Acknowledges and has enrolled a 
surrender by him to Roman 
Fetherstanhslgh, gentleman, son 
and heir of John Fetherstanhaigh. 
of all his interest in a cottage and 
land in Stanhope. 

See Fetherstanhaigh, Nicholas 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of • 

iSSM Tolton, John . . . 

See Kelynghall, William 

Grants to his son Thomas Hebbome 
an annual rent of 80». out of his 
lands at Shotton which ho bought 
of Richard Claxton, and William 
Johnson, both of Durham. 



See Hebbome, John • 



Writ directing them (under penalty 
of 100/.) to keep the peace towurds 
Edward Uggilthorpe of Newsom, 
gentleman. 

See Kelynghall, William 

jSSm Bynkys, Simon • • . 



/Sm Trotter, Lancelot • • • 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of - 

Summons to him to appear in Chan- 
cery at the mansion omed "Xhir- 
ham Place," in London. 

£Sp0 Lomley, John . . . 

Writ directing him, under penalty 
of forfeiting 200^., to abstain from 
inflicting damage or corporal in- 
Juiy upon Roger Lomley, esquire. 



Reign. 
2lHen.8. 

2lHen.8. 

17Hen.8. 

nHen.8. 

nHeiuS. 



SlHeiLS; 
2IHen.8. 



2lHenj8. 
2lHen.8. 

2lHen.8. 
2lHen.S. 



SlHeiLS. 



SlHenS. 



2lHen.8. 

21Hen.8. 

2lHen.8. 

Un- 
dated. 

Date of 
Deed, 

17Hen.8. 

Date of 
Enrol- 
ment 

wanting. 

17Hen.8. 



Un- 
dated. 



Un- 
dated. 

Un- 
dated. 

2lHen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 
2lHen.8. 



21 Hen.8. 
21 Hen.8. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BECORDS. 



159 



No. 1. — ^Durham Records : Calendar of Rolls of Bishop Wolsey — coni. 




4d' 



1A2 



2 



4d' 



6^ 
4d' 



4d* 



Lomley, Roger, esquire 



Hakerich, Thomas, of Newaom 

^William Kelyng- 

Middaton,George] j^k^,y^k„C 

V. of- 

{ Thomas Makerich, of -^ 
Edward Uggilthorpe, > 
gentleman, of - -J 

Palmes, Brian, and Margaret his wife, 
daughter aoMl heiress of Ralph Rad- 
clyne, esquire. 



Radclyffe, Margaret, daughter of Ralph 
Rawe, William, of Durham 



Btokke, Robert, chaplain 

Snoterton, John Baynbrig, esquire, of 
Stanhope in Wardale, " Le Xewe- 

parke " in. 
Stanhope, messuages in the Park of - 
Stanhope, messuage called *' Langlee " 

in the parish of. 
Strangways, William, clerk - 



Spelman, Johiu Bcrjeant-at-law 
Stnmgwurs, Williun, clerk 
Swynne, Isabella, widow of John 
Spelman, John, Serjeant-at-law 
Swijwels, waste land at 
Bwalwels. John Yolton, miller, of 
Stanhope, cottage and land in • 
Sbotton, lands in • - 



Trotter, Lancelot, of Langlee-m-War- 
dale, in the parish of Stanhope, 
yeoman. 

1 

Tempest, Thomas, knight 
Traiiordhill, Thomas Heniyson, of - 



TJggilthorpe, Edward, 
gentleman. 



of Nowsom, 



Wardale, William Bulmer, clerk of 

mines in 
Wardale, "Le Neweparke,*' in Stan 

hope in 
" Whessuopbume - 

shele" - 
-WhiteweU-shele" 



i}" 



'I 



in Stanhope / 
Park - -S 

Tf IUM3W«3U-BUV10 ^ i 

Whessuopbume, John Emereson, of -J 
Wardale, messuage in, called ** Lang- 
lee." 
Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of, John, 
Lord Lomley, Anthony Fitzherbert, 
knight, John Spelman, Serjcant-at- 
law, Henry, Pnor of the Cathedral 
Church of Durham, William Franke- 



leyn, clerk, William Hilton, knight, 
William Sure, knixht, Thomas Tem- 
pest, knight, Wilfiam Strangways, 
clerk, Robert Bowes, John Bentley, 



and i>ichard Bellasys. 
Wheitlehill, Richard 

gentleman, of. 
WTiei 



Baynbrige, 



tttlehill, Philip, son and heir of 
Richard Baynbrige, of. 
Whiokham, cottage at - . . 

Whickham, William Hyne, captain, of 



See Lomley* John 



See Kelynghall, William 



Reign. 
- 2lHen.8. 



Un- 
dated. 



See Kelynghall, William 

Haye licence to enter upon the lands, 
ftc, lately held by the said Ralph, 
wiiihout proof of the said Marga- 
ret's oge, &c. They liave also par- 
don for all intrusions upon the 
same lands, &c. 

/SS00 Palmes, Brian ... 

Has grant of the ofiBoeof marshal or 
clerk of the market within the 
Bishopric of Durham, together 
with the custody of the seal of the 
ulnage. 

/SS00 Bynkys, Simon . . . 

/Sm Ba^brigJTohn • . . 

See Biumer, William - 

ilfoe Emereson, John . • - 

See Trotter, Lancelot - 

Is appointed Receiver-general of the 
Exchequer of Durham, during the 
vacancy of the See. 

See Westmoreland, Ralph, Earl of 

To have assignment of dower 
See FitKherbert. Anthony {bis) 

See Yolton, John 

See Fetherstanhalgh, Nicholas 
£^00 Hebbome, John - 



Has grant of a lease for twelve years 
of a messuage calle<l " Langlee " 
in Wardale, at a rent of 4 marcs 
per annum. 

See Westmoreland. Ralph, Earl of - 

See Kelynghall, William 

See Kelynghall, William 



See Bulmer, William ... 

See Emereson, John - - . 

See Trotter, Lancelot ... 

Are appointed Justices of the Peace 
in Durham, during the vacancy of 
the See. 



Un- 
dated. 

2lHen^ 



ZlHen.8. 
2lHen.8. 



Un. 

dated. 

21Hen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 

21Hen.8. 
21 Hen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 



21 Hen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 
21 Hen 8. 

2lHen.& 

21 Hen.8. 
17 Hen A 

21 Hen.8. 



21 Hen.8. 

Un- 
dated. 

Un- 
dated. 



2lHen4». 

21 Hen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 
21 Hen.8. 



See Baynbrige, Richard 

See Baynbrige, Philip 

See Tolton, John 
See Yolton, John 



2lHen.& 

21 Hen.8. 

21 Hen.8. 
21 Hen.8. 



160 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 



No. 1. — Durham Beoords : Calendar of Bolls of Bishop Wolsej— cof»<. 



Mem* 
brane. 



Name. 



Snlqeefc. 



Tear of 
Pontifi- 
cate, Ac 



4d' 



YoltoD, John, of Bwalwels, miller 



Tolton, Bur* 
Tolton, William 



:} 



Writ to the Seneschal of Durham, 
directing him to enrol in the Hal- 
mote Bolls a surrender by the 
.said John, to Bur' (?) Yolton, of 
all interest in a piece of waste 
land at Swalwels. and a surrender 
by the said John, to William YoU 
ton, of all interest in a cottage 
in Whickham. Both surrenders 
were made (by virtue of a writ 
of dcdimus potestatem) before 
William Uvne, of Whickham, 
captain, and Ralph Hedworth, 
bailiff. 

See Yolton, John ... 



Beign* 
2lHeiL8. 



2lHenA 



—7 



Prepared and examined by 

(Signed) L. Owen Pike. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 161 

No. 2.— Duchy of Lancaster : Calendar of Ancient Char- 
ters or Grants (in boxes) (contimbcd from Calendar 
in 35 th Report, App. No. 1.) 



Henry I, — Henry VI. 



The charters, deeds, and other instroments calendared in this portion 
relate particularly to the four great religious houses in Lancashire, namely, Fumes0, 
Cartmel, Conished, and Burscough, of which the possessions, on their dissolution 
in 30 Hen. YIII., came to the Sovereign in .right of his duchy of Lancaster, 
and with the estates passed also the charters and documents of title which had been 
theretofore preserved in those religious establishments. The documents herein-aft^ 
described have been selected from the large miscellaneous collection of deeds re- 
ferred to in the 35th Report, App. No. 1., and are classed and arranged expressly with 
the view of bringing together materials for a history of these monasteries. The first 
portion of the calendar (Nos. 1-279) relates to the Abbey of Fnmcss. A classification 
similar to that adopted in the Fumess Coucher or Chartulary (see 30th Report, App. 
No. 1, Class XI., No. S.) is here followed as nearly as the circumstances will admit; 
in that volume will be found transcribed several of the charters now noticed, and to 
some extent they repair a mischief created by the lawless hand of some collector in 
the 16th century, who has shamefully mutilated, probably for sake of the illuminated 
capitals, several pages of this fine volume, the only one known to be extant. The 
Furness Chartulary is fiilly and well described in Beck's Annales Furnesienses 
pp. 283 et seq. A belief prevails that another volume or chartulary once existed in the 
Buchy of Xiancaster office. There can be little doubt that a second volume was com- 
piled, as a very large amount of the charters now described are not to be found in 
the existing volume, whilst they are indorsed with a distinctive numeral in ancient 
character, indicative of their havmg been somewhere entered. Moreover, in the Dods- 
worth collection of MSS. in the Bodleian Library at Oxford (CXVIII. 32., f. 107.), 
will be found a reference to " notes out of two registers of the House of Furness, in 
the office of the Duchy of Lancaster.*' It may be well here to say distinctly that at 
no time appiirently since 1752, and certainly not within living memory, has any such 
second volume existed in the office of the Duchy of Lancaster. Nos. 280-283 relate 
to Cartmel Priory ; 284-312 to the Priory of Conished, and 313-388 to the Priory 
of Burscough. To make this calendar more complete, the original charters relating 
to the four monasteries, found dispersed in the three volumes entitled Carta) Mis- 
cellaneie (dOth Report, App. No. 1, Class X., 8.), are here described, and they will 
be found under the reference given ; consequently they are not with the other 
charters deposited in 

Box B. 
Furness Abbey. 
Lancashibe. 
Bos, — CriveUan. — Fordbotle, — Bardsea, \ 

1. S.D. [1153>1160.] Charter of confirmation by William, Earl of Boulogne,^ 
Mortain, and Warren (addressed to the justices, sherifGs, and officers of his honor 
of Lancaster), of the exchange made between Ewan (Ewanus), the abbot of Fur* J 
ness, and Michael Fleming (Flamingus), as to their lands respectively in Berdeseia, ^ ' 
and in Ros, and Criveltona, and confirmation of all that was done in presence of tho 
said Earl and his barons, viz., the gift by Abbot John to Michael of one carucate of 
land in Fumess, called Urswick Parva, and one carucate in Coupland, called Fossa, 
and the land in Lancaster which Warine the little (Warinus Parvus) gave to the 
abbey. Witnesses: Reginald de War, Faram, William de Lancastra, Adam de' 
Montebugon, William de Yseinna, Roger, son of Ralph, Richard Buisell, Richard 
Pinoema, William Malebissa, Robert de Boevilla, and Eustace the chancellor. At 
Lancaster. (^Portion of seal) See Annal. Furnes., p. 120. 

2. SJO. [1175-1187.] Grant in frankaUnolgn from William, son of Michael ^ 
FlamenguB de Fumesio, to the monks of St.. Mary of Fumess, of Fordebotle Criuel- ^ 
thona, and Ros, with the fisheries and all other their appurtenances ; and release of 
claim in the land of Warinus Parvus, which his father held of the abbey of Fumess, 

in Lancaster, and in the advowson of the church of Urswick, with the chapels, and 
in Berdeseia and the fii^eries. Witnesses : Richard, master of the hospital, Daniel^ 
fhe parson of Aldingham (Ilaldingham), and Marsilius his brother, Robert de 



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No. 2. — Charters of the Duchj of Lancaster — continued* 

Witebec, Thomas, son of Gospatric, Alao, son of Ketellns, William de Boiyill, 
William, son of Roger, Benedict de Penington, Alan and Alexander his sons, 
Simon de Bronghton (Broctona), and Jordan, son of Gimmos. (^Seal of William de 
Fumeaia.) See Box B., No. 50. 

8. SJD. [1201-1216.1 Grant in firankalmoign and confirmation by Michael, son 
of William, son of Michael Fleming (Flamangi), of Fnmess, to tibe abbey and 
monks of St. Mary of Fomess, of Fordebotle, with its appurtenances, eiven to them by 
his grandfather, and which his father confinned to them, and of Cnvelton and Ros, 
with the fisheries which they had in exchange with his grandfather for Berdeseia, 
with the fisheries ; and the grantor releases all his right npon the- land of Warine the 
little (Warinus Parvus), in Lancaster, which his grandfather Michael sometime held 
of the abbey, and all his right and claim in the adTOwson and donation of the church 
of UiBwick. Witnesses : W., prior of Kertmel, Th., prior of Conished, Roeer, 
paiBon of Kirkby, John, parson of Eyrkebi-in-Lonsdale, Henry de Redeman, Wuter 
de Paries, Wilham Blundel, Roger, son of William de Kirkbj, William, son of 
Waltheof, Alan de Pennington (Pennitona), Robert de Boiyilla, Adam, son of 
(Gerard, Philip le Norreis, Gilbert de Broughton (Broctona), Adam, son of Alex- 
ander, and John, son of Lambert. {Sigillum Micae&a de Fumeaia.) 

4. A.D. 1269. Testamentary grant in frankalmoign from Roger de Bardsey 
(Berdeseia), son of William de Bardsey (Berdeseia), to the abbot and monks of 
St. Mary of Fumess, of a certain part of his land in the territory of Bardsey 
(Berdeseia), given to him by his father's charter, viz., 1 acre and 3 perches at 
Colepittes in Aldefeld, and all the assart of Robert, son of Osmund, at the head of a 
certain valley called Giie, between the land of Adam de Berdeseya and the said Gile, 
and half an acre lying between Werrewode and Buckedales, extending on the afore- 
said Gile. Witnesses: Sir John de Cancefield (Canzfeld), and Sir Richard his 
son, Sir John de Kirkeby, Sir Alan de Coupland, Sir Richard de Broughton, Gervase 
de Oxedif, steward of Fumess, Walter de Asemunderlai, Hugh de Moriscebi, Alan 
de Tours (Turribus), and Simon de Ursewic. (Cart. Miscell. II., 82.) See Annal. 
Fumes., 221. 

Lancaster. — StcUmin. — StainalL — PreesalL 

5. A.D. 1S15. Articles of agreement between John, abbot of Fumess, and Nigel, 
prior of the church of St. Mary of Lancaster, relative to each party's right and 
manner of fishing in the water of the Lune. Witnesses : Sir William de Dacre, Sir 
John de Haverington, Sir Edmund de Dacre, and Sir Michael de Haverington, 
knights, Edmund de Nevill, sheriff of Lancashire, John de Cancefeld, Henry, son of 
Roger de Croft, and Adam de Ursewyk. At Lancaster, on Monday, the Feast of St. 
Michael the Archangel (29 September), 9 Edw. II. {Portion of seal,) See Annal. 
Fumes., 217, 249, 251. 

6. A.D. 1342. Grant by Henry, Earl of Lancaster and Leicester, to the abbot 
and convent of Fumess, of one acre of meadow near the water of Lune (le Loon) in 
Skerton, opposite Wyrkesharm, for the term of 40 years at the yearly rent of 3«. 4d!. 
At the manor of Eymersford, on Tuesday in Easter week (2 April), 16 Edw. III. 
{Portion of seal.) 

7. A.D. 1347. Indenture made between Henry, Earl of Lancaster, Derby, and 
Leicester, Steward of England, of the one part, and the abbot and convent of Fur- 
ness of the other part, by which the said earl confirms the grants in frankalmoign 
made to the monks by King Stephen, when Earl of Boulogne and Mortain, of the 
fishery of lAUcaster, and also the right to take estovers in the forest of Lancaster, and 
other necessaries for their manor of Beaumont and the fishery, without view of the 
foresters, and by William, sometime Earl of Warren, Boulogne, and Mortain, and 
other ancestors of the Ekirl of Lancaster ; with the liberty of sheriff's turn and amends 
for bloodshed, and breach of the assize of bread and ale, &c. Witnessed at Lincoln 
(Nicole) on Monday next before the Feast of Saint Catherine (19 November), 
21 Edw. UL {Seal.) 

8. AJD. 1460. Indenture of agreement made between John, the abbot of the 
monastery of St. Mary of Fumess, and the convent, of the one part, and Elizabeth, 
the abbess of the monastery of Syon, in Middlesex, and the convent, of the other 

. part, witnessing that an agreement having been made touching the controversy 
heretofore moved between John, abbot of Fumess (predecessor of the now abbot) 
and Nigel, late prior of St. Mary's of Lancaster, and the said abbess of Syon, now 
having the estate which the said late prior had in the priory of liancaster, the said 
abbess now agrees to demise and let for the term of 60 years, to the said abbot and 
convent of Fmness, all the rights in the fishery of the water of Lune, which were the 
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Well, in the water of Lone, to the ford called Prestwath. 24 NoTember, 39 Henry 
YI. (Seal, " S. commune monasttrii S, Salvaloris de Syon, London* Dioc.*') 

9. S.D. [1206-1235.] Grant in fhmlEalmoign from John, son of William de 
Stalmin, to the abbey and monks of Fumess, of half an acre of land in the territory 
of Stalxnin, near the half acre of his brother Henry. Witnesses : Sir Geofi&y le 
Arblaster (Ballister), knight, and John his son, Alan de Haconeshou, Adam, lord 
of Stalmin, Henry de Stahnin, and Michael the Reve. (Cart. Miscell. UI., 61.) 

10. S.D. [1206-1235.] Grant from Henry, ion of William de Stalmin, to the 
abbey and monks of Fnmess, of certain limd in Stalmin. -Witnesses : Sir G. le 

Arblaster (Balister), and John his son, Alan de Hacunshaw, Richard 

and Michael the reve. QSecU deatroyed,') 

11. S.D. [1206-1235.] Grant in frankalmoign by Henry de Steinole to the abbey 
and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of six acres of land in Stainall (Stemole), three 
between the cross of Cumbelou and the aforesaid vill, and three on the north side of 
the same tUI ; Hamo, the grantor's son, to be received into the convent as a convert 
or lay brother. Witnesses : William, son of Soanns, Peter de Slalmine, Geofi&y le 
Arblaster, William de Phwinswic, Richard, son of Huctred, and Alan his son, and 
William Marshal, of Stfilmine. (Cart. Miscell. II., 64.) See AnnaL Fnmes., 178. 

12. S.D. [1206-1235.] Grant from Matilda, widow of William MariBchal, to the 
abbey and monks of Fumess, of certain land in Stalmin, and confirmation of the 
grant of Geoffrey, the son of Alan. Witnesses : Gkof&ey le Arblaster (Baliater), 
William Blaunklamit, and Robert his son, and Geoffrey de Stalemin. (Sea/ 
destroyed.) 

18. S.D. [1227-1236.] Grant from Robert, son of Peter de Stahnin, to the ' 
convent of Fumess, of Uie whole " area " of Nab. Witnesses : Adam de Hyeland, 
sheriff, Gfeo&ey Balister, Adam de Coupmanwra, Alan de Singelton, and William 
his son, and Richard, son of Henry. (^Seal destroyed^ 

14. S.D. [1205-1223.] Grant from Robert de Stalmina and Peter his son to the 
abbey of St Mary of Furness, of one caracate of land called Corcola, in the viU of 
Stalmin, with common of pasture and fisheries, for 5«. yearly rent. Witnesses: 
Osbemus, son of Ethmnnd, Ralph, son of Bemulph, Huccus the Reve, Robert, son 
of Huccas, Ulvus, son of Unietus, Robert Travers, William Gamet, the younger, 
Hfenry, son of Robert (the grantor), and Adelisa, the wife of Peter de Stalmma, 
whose dower was the moiety of the siud carucate. (Clart Miscell. III., 35.) See AnnaL 
Fumes., 146. 

. 15. S.D. [1274-1 2S4.] Grant from John de Stalmin, son and heir of Adam Ben- 
frunt, of Stalmin, to the abbey and monks of Fumess, of lands in Stalmin, site and 
particulars described. Witnesses : Sir Henry de Lee, sheriff of Lancashire, SirJRichard 
le Botyller, Sir. Adam de Hocton, Sir Adam de Hdand, Geoffrev de Acunsowe, 
. Alan de Acunsowe, John de Acunsowe, and Henxy Beufrunt. (£mfcda*MyMf.) 

16. S.D. [1240-1260.] Grant from £da, daughter of William del Wra, to Agaen 
her sister, of certain land in Staim^-n. Witnesses: Richard de Haukeneshou, John 
de Haukeneshou, Master William de Haukeneshou, William de Ptees, and Edmund, 
son of Henry de Haydok. (^Seal destroyed.) 

17. A.D 1274. Grant and quitclaim from Thomas, son of William Byndegerard, 
of Stalmyn, to the abbot and convent of Fumess, of all his right in the lands and 
tenements in the territory of the vill of Stalmyn, which came to him by the death of 
his father William, for which quitclaim he received a mark of .silver and a robe of 
russet cloth. Witnesses : Richard le Butiller, John de Klrkby, William de Heton, 
Alan de Coupland, Adam de Hoyland, and Richard de Brochton, knights $ Geoffrey 
de Hacuneshow, Alan de Turribus, John de Walton, Robert de l^ees, Hugh de 
Moryceby. At Fumess, in the month of March. (^Seal.) See Annal. Fumes., 222. 

18. A.D. 1285. Grant from Robert, son of Adam de Roe, to the abbey and 
monks of Fumess, of a burgage at le Stanes, in the vill of Lancaster, site and par- 
ticulars described. Witnesses : John le Gentil, William, the son of Julius, Robert 
Fitz-Payn, Robert Oliver, Robert de Catherton, Robert de Bolmn, Roger Beddyng, 
William, son of Lawrence, Lawrence, son of Thomas, and Lambert Despenser. 
Lancaster, 2 October. {Seal,) See Annal. Fumes., Ixxviii. 

19. S.D. [1246-1260.] Grant from Adam, son of Robert Stahn^, to the abbot 
and monks of Fumess, of certain land in Stalemyn. Witnesses: John, son of 
Geoffrey Balister, Alan de Hacuneshou, Henry, son of William, and Richanl, son of 
Henry. (^Seai destroyed,) 

10. S.D. [1250-1270.] Quitclaim from William the Baker (Pistor), son of Hugh 
Hamelton,to the abbot and convent of Fumess, of an oxgang of land in the terri- 






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tOTy of Stalmic, except three acres formerly in the possession of Alice, the grantor's 
mother. Witnesses; Greoflfrcy de Haeuneshow, William de Syngilton, Gcrvase de 
Oxclyre, and Orm de Kellet. (Cart. Miscell. II., 91.) 

21. S.D. [1260-1284.] Grant in perpetuity from William, son of William, son 
of Heniy de Hamelton, to William, son of William the clerk, of Hamelton, of that 
half oxganff of land which Ranulph the miller sometime held at farm in the \dll of 
Stalmyn ot Adam, the lord of Stalni^Ti, and a messuage there held hy Henry de 
Slyne, rendering yearly at Lancaster &ir one pair of kid gloves for all service and 
demand. Witnesses : Sir William le Botiller (Pincema), and Sir Richard his brother, 
Geoflfiry de Hacunishou, Richard de Thornton, Walter de Carleton, William de Mer- 
ton, and Michael his brother. (Cart. Miscell. I., 5.) 

22. A.D. 1311. Grant from William de Oxclif to his son, Nicholas de Oxclif, of 
all his land and tenements of Stalmin and of Staynholf, with appnrtenances, and the 
homage and sendees of his free tenants, and the homage and service of the abbot of 
Fnmess, and the rent of 85. for the grange of Stalmin. Witnesses : John de Lan- 
caster, John de Homeby, junior, William de Hcaton, Roger de Burgh, Gilbert de 
Wenhyngton, Philip le Keu, Adam, son of Simon, Henry de Carleton, and Robert 
de Foulton. At Aldingham, on Sunday next after the Peast of the Epiphany (10 
January), 4 Edw. II. (Cart. Miscell. III., 35.) 

23. A.D. 1318. Indenture of agreement between the abbot and monks of Fiurness 
I and Nicholas de Oxclyf, relative to the approvement of five acres of waste in various 
. '^ ; f places in the vill of Stalmin, so that such approvement be no hinderance to the monks 

in driving their cattle to the conunon of pasture of the same vill, and the monks re- 
lease all claim in a messuage and salt pan situate in the waste of the said Nicholas, 
in the vill of Stalmin, and the said Nicholas releases to the monks all claim in the 
water mill constructed near their grange in Stalmin. At Furness Abbey, 7 January. 
iSeal.) 

23*. A.D. 1325. Grant in frankalmoign from Richard [lord of Hackensall] to 
the abbot and monks of Furness, of 10 acres of land in Preesall (Preshou) described 
by bounds. (Much defaced). Witnesses (among others) : Alan de Coupland, 
Nicholas de Broughton, and William de Asmundrelau. (5ea/ destroyed,') 

Halton, — Claughton. — Hey sham, — Middleton, 

24. S.D. [1189-1206.] Grant from Benedict, sou of Adam Gemet, to the abbey 
and monks of St. Mary of Furness, of the four acres of meadow in Nithinghou given 
by his father to the said monks, pacing one pound of wax on Easter day to the 

7, I "^ church of Halton (Half). Witnesses : Harsqui (Hasqui) de Hetton, Robert de 

' Boivill, and Thomas de Beinebrigge. {Seal of Benedict, ** persona de IJalt\**) 

24*. A.D. 1253. Indenture of agreement between the abbot and convent of 
Fnmess, and Benedict Gernet, son and heir of Roger Gemet, of Halton, in the con- 
troversy moved between them in the Exchequer, touching the yearly payment of a 
rent of 26«. for 18 acres of land and pasture for 500 sheep in the territory of Halton. 
Witnesses: Sir Gilbert de Walton, bailiff of Hornby, Sir William de Tunstall, Sire 
Thomas, rector of Halton and dean of Lancaster, Thomas de Coupmanwra, Gervase 
de Oxeclive, steward of the abbot of Furness, and Adam de Kellet (Cart. MisceU. 
II., 4.) See Annal. Fumes., Ixxvii. 

25. S.D. [1200-1227.] Grant from Gilbert, son of William de Kellet, to Gilbert, 
son of Adam, for his homage and service, of all that third part of Claughton (Clact*), 
with all liberties and easements, pertaining to the vill of Claughton (Clact'), saving 
the donation of the church of Claughton. Witnesses: Griravald de EUel (Elhale), 
Thomas Gemett, Orm de Kellett, Patrick de Borwick (Berwic), and Adam, his son, 
Henry de Hereham, Robert the clerk, of Claughton (Clact'), Adam the clerk, of the 
same vill, and Cospatric Albus. (Cart. Miscell. III., 44.) 

26. S.D. [1261-1272.] Grant in perpetuity from Master Laurence Travel's to 
his son, Thomas Travers, of all his demesnes of Heysham (Hesaym) which he pur- 
chased from Roger, son of Vivian de Hesaym, (except two acres of land whereof he 
enfeoffed Richard de Heton, one lying on either side of the hill (mentis) of Crosse- 
ooppe and the other in the field called Br^xhes), and also of two acres which the 
.grantor bought from Adam, son of Robert de Kellet in the territory of Heysham, 
viz., one acre in Le Midilrigge, half an acre on le Bruneberh, and the other half acre 
in Le Cloniggis del Maniclyuys, to hold of the grantor during his life, and after his 
decease, of Roger de Hesaym and his heirs. Witnesses : Sir Ralph de Dacre 
(Dakyr), sheriff of Lancashire, Sir Benedict Gemet, Sir William de Heton, Alan de 



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Catherton,*John de Oxeclyve, Orm de Eellet, John le Genty], Nicholas de Lee, John 
de FarliB> Richard de Heton, and William Warde. (Sea/ destroyed,) 

27. S.D. [1260-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from Roger de Hesaim, son of 

Vivian de Hesaym, to Thomas Travers, of all that land and meadow which adjoin ' "^ , 
his '* cultore '' or ploughed land (cultura) del Quy tecroft on the south, described by- 
bounds, beginning seawards at the extremity of a certain rock which is called le 
Bronneberh, and so following over the summit of the said rock as far as his 
cnltore del Hallestede, &c., with all liberties and easements in all places to so 
much land pertaining in the vilt of Heysham and without. Witnesses : Sir Ralph 
(R.) de Dacre (Dakyr), steward of the Lord Edmund's lands, Sir William de Heton, 
John de Oxclyve, John de Parlis, and Thomas de Farlis. {Seal.) 

28. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from Roger, son of Vivian Gemet,of 
Hesaym, to Thomas Travers, of half an acre of arable land in Upper Heysham ^ . "J) / , 
(Hesaym superior), site described. Witnesses : Sir Henry de Lee, sheriff of Lan- 
cashire, John de Paries, John le Gentyl, John de Oxeclyve, Adam de Hesaym» 

Ralph de Hakunyshon, William Warde, and Walter, son-in-law of Elyas de Hesaym. 
{Seal destroyed.) 

29. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from John, son of Roger de Hesaym, 

to Thomas Travers, of half an acre of arable land in the territory of Suggeholm in / , '' / 
the vill of Heysham (Hesaym), with the meadow adjacent at both ends, which Adam ^ * " 
de Donnington held of the grantor at farm. Witnesses : John de Oxeclyve, John de 
Parlis, John de Coupmanwra, Orm de Kellet, Ralph de Hakunyshon, Adam de 
Hesaym, Richard de Heaton, and Lawrence, son of Lawrence Travers. {Seal 
destroyed.) 

80. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant in perpetuity fix)m John, son of Roper de Heysham 
(Hesaym), to Thomas Travers, of 3 roods of arable land in the viU of Heysham 
(Hesaym) in le Secroft, which Adam de Donington sometime held of the grantor at 
farm, rendering yearly an arrow at Michaelmas. Witnesses: Sir Henry de Lee, 
sheriff of Lancashire, Orm de Kellet, John de Parlis, John le Geniyl, Adam de 
Hesaym, Ralph de Hakunyshon, Lawrence Travers, and William Warde. (Cart. 
MisceU. U., 36.) 

31 . SJ). [1 274-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from John, son of Roger de Heysham 
(Hesaym), to Thomas Travers, of all that his meadow pertaining to me half oxgang 
of land held of the grantor at farm, by Adam de Donington, in Heysham (Hesaym), 
and all his arable land in Runsnaresyk, rendering one rose yearly on St. John's day. 
Witnesses: Orm de Kellet, John de Paries, John de Oxeclyve, Adam de Hesaym, 
William Warde, and Ralph do Hakunyshou. (Cart. Miicell. I., 88.) 

82. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from Adam de Heysham (Hesaym), son 
of Robert de Kellet, to Thomas Travers, of land in the vill of Heysham (Hesaym), 
viz., an acre of land on le Mosserigge, near le Grayestanys, and half an acre in le 
Litilcrosseslak, near the land of the said Thomas, on the south, rendering yearly one 
rose at the season of roses. Witnesses: Sir Henry de Lee, sheriff of Lancashire, 
Sir William de Heaton, John do Parlys, William de Catherton, William Warde, 
Richard Prudfot, and Radph de Hakunnyshou. (Cart. MiscelL I., 7.) 

83. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from Adam de Hesaym, son of 
Robert de Kellet, to Thomas Travers, of part of his land in a certain culture in the . 
vill of Heysham (Hesaym) described by bounds ; rendering yearly one arrow on St. 
Patrick's day. Witnesses : Sir Henry de Lee, sheriff of Lancashire, Nicholas de 
Lee, receiver of Lord Edmund [Earl of Lancaster], Orm de Kellet, John de Coup- 
manwra, John de Parlis, Roger de Hesaym, and John his son, Ralph de Hakunyshou, 
and William Warde. {SecU.) 

34. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from Adam de Hesaym, son of 
Robert de Kellet, to Thomas Travers, of three perches of arable land, and one rood 
of meadow in the vill of Heysham (Heysam), site and particulars described. 
Witnesses : John de Oxeclyve, John de Parlis, John le Gentyl, John, son of Roger 
de Hesaym, William Warde, Laurence Travers, Ralph de Hakonnyshou, and Richard 
de Heaton. {Seal destroyed.) 

35. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant in per^tuity from William, son and heir of 
Alan de Catherton, to Thomas Travers, of an acre of land in Heysham (Hesaym), 
near " ie Crossecoppe," formerly held at farm of the grantor by Ilawysia (>one. 
Witnesses: Sir Henry de Lee, sheriff of Lancashire, Sir William de Heaton, Orm do 
Kellet» Adam do Berewyk, Adam de Hesaym, William Warde, and Adam, son of 
Benedict de Gcrsingham. {Portion of seal.) 



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. 36. A J). 1347. Grant from Thomafi, son of Orm TraTen, to Adam Skyljng- 
/. . 1, l,^ come, of one messuage with appurtenances in Overheysham, sometime held by 
Roger, son of Thomas. Witnesses : Thomas le GentiU, John Trayers, John de 
Heaton, William ]e Harpersone, and Thomas de Heaton. At Overheysham, on 
Monday next after the Feast of St. Martin in the winter (12 November), 21 Edw. III. 
{Seal) 

37. A.D. 1347. Grant from Thomas, son of Orm Travers, to Adam Skylyng- 
come, clerk, of land in the vill of Overheysham, sometime held by John Edonsesone, 
(site and particulars described) ; rendering annually for 10 years one rose at the 
Feast of the Nativity of St. John, and for every year after, forty shillings. Wit- 
nesses : Thomas le Oentill, William de Burgh of Middleton, John Travers of 
Heysham, John de Heaton, William le Harpersone, Nicholas, son of Thomas de 
Heysham. At Heysham, on Monday the Eve of the Oircumcision (31 December), 
21 Edw. III. (Sbo/ destroyed,) 

38. A.D. 1350. Indenture witnessing that Thomas, ton and heir of Thomas 
Travers of Heysham (Hesham) has granted and demised to Sire Lawrence de 
Hesham, rector of the church of Tateham fot his life, all his lands, tenements, and 
meadows in the vill of Over Heysham. At Heysham, on Sunday next after the 
Feast of St. Martin in the winter. (Cart. Miscell. I., 43.) 

89. A.D. 1369. Grant in perpetuity from Robert, son of Lawrence de Heysham 
(Hesham), to William Thomasson, of Heysham, of all his lands and tenements in 
Over Heysham. Witnesses: Edmund de Heaton, Nicholas le Gentill, Thomas de 
Walton, John de Oxecllf, Edmund de Rygmayden, and Robert Dawson, of Heysham. 
At Over Heysham, 25 June, 43 Edw. III. (Oart. Miscell. I., 38.) 

40. A.D. 1278. Grant in perpetuity from Thomas (Ormus) de Kellet, son of 
Adam de Kellet, to Robert le Riche, of Newbigginge, of three oxgangs of land, 
whereof one was sometime held at fkrm by Ralph de Orowall, one by Henry de 
Heaton, and one by John, son of Richard " Rusticus," of Adam de Kellet, in the 
vill of Middleton (Medilton). Witnesses: Thomas le Travers, John le Gentll, Jt>hn 
de Paries, John de Oxcli£f (Oxilclif), and William de Borgh. At Middleton, on 
Monday (? Thursday), the morrow of the Feast of Saint Matthew the Apostle 
(22 September), 6 Edw. I. (Cart. Miscell. I., 5.) 

, ^,^. Penmngton. — Urstrick, — Dalton, — Elliscales, — Aldingham. — 

Broughton, — Angerton Moss. 

^41. S.D. [1189-1209.] Final agreement made between the monks of Fumess, 
and Alan de Fenington, that the hmds between Stonenerubech and the highway 
from Fenington to Kirkby Irelith, and between Ulvedalebech and the boundary of 
Kirkeby Irelith, shall be equally divided, and that the said monks and Alan may 
have reasonable common of pasture over the same. Witnesses: Henry, son of Arthur, 
Alan, son of Ketel, William de Boivilla, Ulf, son of Eward, Simon de Broughton 
(Broct'), William, son of Waltheo^ Robert de Boivilla, and Philip Norreis. (Cart. 
Miscell. II., 3^.) g 

42. S.D. [1189-1209.] Letters of ratification of the agreement made between the 
abbot and monks of Fumess, and Alan, son of Benedict, upon the matter in con- 

/^ troversy between them respecting the land of Ulvedole, referred to the oath of twelve 
knights to be chosen on either side, whether the said Alan ought to hold that land of 
the abbot, or the said abbot to hold in demesne. Witnesses : Robert de Boivill, 
William, son of Waltheof, and Lambert de Dalton. {SeaU destroyed,) 

43. S.D. [1248.] Charter by Agnes, daughter of Sir John de Lungevilers, some- 
time the wife of Thomas de Penigton, relative to the fine made by her in the month 
of December 1248, with the abbot and convent of Fumess, touching the wardship of 
the land and marriage of the heirs of the said Thomas and Agnes. Witnesses : Sir 
John de Lungevilers, father of the said Agnes, Matthew de Redeman, sheriff of 
Lancashire, John de Cancefeld, and Robert de Wath. ( The seals destroyed.) Fur- 
ness Coucher, 194*. 

44. A.D. 1254. Release and quitclaim by Thomas de Greistock (Creistoc) and 
Agnes his wife, daughter of John de Lungevilers, made to the abbot and convent of 
Ftiraess, of all their right in the marrii^ of the sons and heirs of Thomas de 
Peniton (son and heir of Alan de Peniton), which marriage the said Agnes alleged 
that the abbot and convent sold to her in her widowhood, and whereof there was a 
plea between them before Roger de Thurkilby and his fellows, the King*s justices. 



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Witnesses (among others) : Master Roger Pepin, snb-dean of York, Master T. de 
Wenpont, parson of Qreistock, and Sir John de Cance field. At York, in the church 
of St. Peter, on Friday after the Annunciation (2t March). {SecU destroyed,) 

45. A.D. 1818. Indenture of agreement for settlement of the controversy moved / 
between the abbot and convent of Fumess of the one part, and Sir William de ^ • 3 ' "^ ^ 
Penyton of the other part, touching the services of ploughing and mowing issuing 

out of the manor of Penninffton (Penyton), which manor is to be held of &e abbot 
at the yearly rent of 30«. ; the said Sir William to find for one day in autumn in 
every year, one man or woman to mow at the abbot's grange of Lindale from the 
tenants of the said manor of every house having a hearth, except the capital messuage 
of the said Sir William ; and all the tenants of the said manor who possess ploughs 
for each one shall plough half an acre of the abbot's land at lindale ; and the abbot 
to have a way of the width of 50 feet thnyugh the middle of the said Sir William's 
moor and pasture in Pennington, towards the water of Dudden, from the abbot's land 
of Merton to the metes of Ulverston, with liberty to take stones, earth, and other 
necessaries for repairing the said way. At Fumess Abbey, 7 October. {Seal of 
omu.). 

46. A.D. 1846. Indenture of agreement made between the abbot and convent of 
Fumess and William de Pennington, relative to the wardship and marriage of the 
said William, son and heir of Sir John de Pennington, chivaler, who held the manor 
of Pennington of the said abbot, rendering 80«. a year and suit at the court of 
Dalton ; the said ward having been 19 years a minor and then married to the daughter 
of William de Legh without the abbot's consent, and before that by the said ab^ to 
the daughter and heiress of William de Threllekeld. Fumess Abbey, on Tuesday 
next after the Feast of St. Eatherine (28 November), 20 Edw. III. (&a/ ofamu of 
WUiiam de Pennington,) 

47. AJ). 1409. Receipt given by Alan de Penyngton, knight, to the abbot and 
convent of Fumess, for IS/. lOa, of silver, in payment of nine years rent for his 
messuage of Uldide and common of pasture in the moor of Penyngton, leased to the 
monastery for term of 21 years. At Fumess monastery, on the morrow of St. Martin 
(5 July), 10 Henry IV. {Seal of arms.) 

48. A.D. 1415. Inquisition taken at Lancaster before Robert de Halsale,the King's 
escheator, after the death of Alan de Penyngton, chivaler, who held the manor of ^,\ 
Pennington of the abbot of Fumess, John de Pennington being his son and next 
heir. {Seals desirot/ed,y 

49. A.D. 1533. Holograph letter from Frances Penyngton, widow, to tue lord 
abbot of Fumess, touching the wardship and marriage of her son William Penyngton, / 
and praying that credence may be given to Robert Frestone, the bearer. Southwark, k ' 
t December, 25 Henry VIIL 

50. S.D. [1 180-1 1 87.] Charter of William, sop of Michael Fleming (Flamengus) 
ofFumess, by which he acknowledges that Jocelin, the abbot, and the monks of 
Fumess, gave to him in perpetuity by their charter. Fossa and Urswick, except the- . 
church of Urswick, the donation and advowson whereof are to belong to the monks ^ * 
forever. Witnesses: Richard, master of the hospital, D. (Daniel), the parson of 
Aldingham (Haldingham), and Marsilius his brother, Robert de Witebech, Thomas, 

^ son of Cospatric, Alan, son of Ketel, William de Boivilla, William, son of Roger, 
and Roger his son, Benedict de Peninton, and Alan, and Alexander his sons, and 
Simon de Broughton (Broctoua). (5ea/, " Sigilh Will, de Fumesia,") See Annal. 
Fumes., 154-5. See*also Box B., No. 2. 

51. 8.D. [1197-1200.] Confirmation by Master H. (Honorius), archdeacon of 
Richmond, of the appropriation to the monastery of Fumess, sanctioned by the autho- 
rity of Pope Clement ill., of the churches of Dalton and Urswick, saving to the 
vicars of those churches (in the presentation to the archdeacon of RichmoJid by the 
abbot of Farne!f>B) all the fruits and profits pertaining thereto, except the tithes of 
grain. Witnesses: J. abbot of Fountains, W. prior of Lancaster, W. prior of 
Cartmel, T. prior of Conished, Master J. Selling, R. parson of Kirkebi, — and R. de 
Dovra. {Portion of seal.) See Annal. Fumes., 166-7. 

52. S.D. [1175-1 188.] Release by Henry, son of Hervey, to the abbot and monks 
of St Mary of Fumess, of all claim to the advowson of the church of Urswick, which 
he considered ought to belong to him in right of his wardship of William, son of 
Michael [Fleming]. Witnesses : Alan, son of Ketel, Alan, son of Benedict, Jordan^ 
son of Ikiichael, and Anselm his brother, Robert de BoiviU, and Philip le Noreis. 
{Seal.) 

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No. 2. — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

53. 8.D. [1180-1 190.] Grant from William, son of Michael de Famess, to Alan, 
^ son of Ketel, of two oxgangs of land in Great Urswick. Witnesses : Anselm, son of 
// Michael, Adam, son of Bernulf, Simon de Broughton (Broctun), William, son of, 

Ketel, William Dapifer, Alan the clerk, Gerard, William, son of Hedric, and Geraline. 
iSeal.) 

54. S.D. [1270-1293.] Grant and quitclaim by Elizabeth, daughter of Adam, son 
of Gilbert de Urswick, and widow of Sir Richard le Flemming, to the abbot and 
monks of Furness, of certain land in the vill of Urswick granted to the said monks 
by her father Adam, son of Gilbert. Witnesses : Sir John de Hodeliston, Sir Alan 
de Pennington, William de Cauncefeld, John de Lancaster, Hugh de Morysceby, 
Thomas Schilehare, and William de Fatricdale. (^Seai,) 

55. S.D. [1270-1293.] Grant and quit'daim by Elizabeth, daughter of Adam, 
son of Gilbert de Unwick, widow of Sir Richard le Flemming, to the abbot and 
monks of Fumess. Duplicate of the preceding grant (SecU.) (Also in Cart. 
Miscell. III., 38.) 

56. A.D. 1310. Grant from Thomas, son of Michael de Heyning (Henyg), to 
William de Cokerham, vicar of Dalton in Fumess, of a close called le Uenyng 
(Henyg) in Great Urswick. Witnesses ; Sir William Flemyng, prior of Conished, 

L \ ^'t> ^^ Richard de Hodeleston, Sir J. de Kirkby, William de Fenigton, William de 
'*" *^ ^ Asmunderlau, Alan de Wyresdale, William de TurT8,*Nichola8 de Broghton, and 

Roger Child. Fumess, 21 December. {Seal destroyed.) , 

57. S.D. [1261-1272.] Grant in perpetuity from Richard, son of Simon de 
Broughton (Broctona) in Fumess, to Thomas Schylhare, of Dalton in Fumess, for 

'• V / his homage and service, of all the land, wood, pasture, and moss which Ralph, son of 
Alan, son of Orm de Kyrkebi-irlyth, held of the grantor in the place called Angerton- 
mosi, in the vill of Broughton (Brocton) in Fumess, described by bounds. Witnesses s 
Hugh le Bruyn, the lo^ abbot of Furness, Sir Ranulph de Dacre, sheriff of Lanca^ 
shire. Sir Alan de Coupland, Sir Ralph de Bethum, Sir Benedict Gemet, Sir William 
de Heaton, John de Hudeleston, Orm de Kellet, Alan de Pennington, Robert de 
Haveryngton, Alan de Tours (Turribus), Hugh de Moriceby, Walter de Asmunder- 
lawe, and Simon de Urswick. {Seal,) 

58. S.D. [1261-1272.] Grant from Richard, son of Simon de Broughton (Broc- 
ton), to Thomas Schylhare, of Dalton in Fumess, of 60 wagon loads of turf annually 
from Angerton moss, during the minority of the heir of Sir John de Kirkby. 
Witnesses (among others) : Sir Ralph de Bethum, Ralph de Kyrkeby, Richard de 
Comay, and Alan de Bereuuyk. {Seal destroyed.) 

59. S.D. [1276-1290.] Release and quitclaim from Alan, son of Ralph de 
Kyrkeby- Yrlith, to Thomas Sckilhar of Dalton in Fumess, of all right in the land, 
pa«*ture, wood, moss, marsh, and sands which sometime were his father's in Broughton 
in Fumess, called Angerton moss, as fully as in the charter thereof made to the said ' 
Thomas by Richard, son of Simon de Broughton (Broctone). Witnesses: Hu^h 
le Brun, lord abbot of Fumess, Thomas de Morthyng, prior of Conished (Cuniis- 
hevid). Sir Roger de Lancaster, Sir John de Kyrkeby, Sir Alan de Coupland, 
Alan de Turribus, Walter de Asmunderlauue, Hugh de Moriceby, Sim<m de Urswyk, 
Adam de Berdesey, and Alexander de Eskeslak. (Seal.) See Annal. Fumes., 241. 

60. S.D. [1290-1293.] Release and quitclaim by John, son and heir of Sir 
Roger de Lancaster, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all right in 
the land, wood, moss, and pasture, called Angerton mosse, in the vill of Broughton 
in Furness, described by bounds ; which Thomas Schilehare, burgess of Dalton in 
Fumess, granted to the said monks in frankalmoign. Witnesses: Sir Alan de 
Coupland, Sir Alan de Peniton, Sir Richard de Preston, and Sir Ro^er de Burton, 
kts., Gilbert de Brunnolisheved, Mathias de Rideman, and John de Salkeld. {Seal,) 

61. A.p. 1277. Chirograph of agreement in a controversy between Thomas Skele- 
hare, a tenant of the lord abbot of Fumess, of the one part, and Robert de Ripiin, 
dwelling in Kirkeby-Irelith, of the other part, relative to certain estovers pertaining 
to Ralph de Kirkeby, in Angerton moss (mussa de Angherton). Witnesses : Hugh, 
lord abbot of Fumess, Sir Adam de Holand, Sir John de Kirkeby, Sir Richard 
de Broughton, Sire Robert, vicar of Dalton, Onn de Kellet, Alan de Turribus, and 
Hugh de Moriceby. (Cart. Miscell. I., 30.) 

62. A.D. 1297. Release and quitclaim by Sir John de Hodleston, kt., to the abbot 
and convent of Furness, of all right in the moss of Angerton in Broughton, except 
those teuementti i hich Adam, son of Ralph dc Kirkeby, held in the same moss at 
the date of this w..' ting. Witnesses: Sii: Robert de Haverington and Sir John de 
Cornwall (Comub)\), kts., Roger de Croft, William de Asmunderlegb, Robert de 



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No. 2« — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

Haydog, Adam, son of Ralph de Kirkeby, and Alan de Wyrisdale. At Furness 
abbey, on Saturday next after the Annunciation (30 March), 25 E<lw. I. (^Poriicn 

63. S.D. [1261-1290.] Grant in frankalmoign, from Thomas Schilehare, burgess 

of Dalton in Fumess, to the abbot and convent of St Mary of Fumess, of all that ' , ^ 
land, wood, pasture, and moss ground in the place called Angerton moss in the vill of "^ 
Broughton (Brocton), which he bought from Sir Richard, son of Simon de Broughton 
(Brocton) in Fumess, described by bounds. Witnesses : Sir Roger de Lancaster, 
kt, Sir William le Boteyller, kt. Sir John de Hodileston, kt., Sir Alan de Coup- ' 
land, kt., Sir Alan de Penigton, kt., William de Cancefeld, Alexander de Kirkeby, 
and John de Broughton (Brocton), brother of Sir Richard de Broughton (Brocton). 
(^Seetl destroyed.) See Annal. Fumes., 241. 

64. A.D. 1276. Grant in frankalmoign, from Thomas Skylehar, burgess of Dalton 
in Fumess, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of 100 wagon loads of 
turf to be taken yearly from his moss of .^^erton. Witnesses : Sir John de / 
Hudilyston, Sir Alan de Coupeland, Sir John de Kyrkeby, Sir Kchard de Broughton, ^ ' - 
Sfr Aian de Penington, Walter de Asmunderlau, Hugh de Morisby, William de 
Thwaytis, Ralph de Piinzunby, Robert de Rypon, and Alexander de Eslac. At 
Fumess abbey, on the octaves of Peter and Paul the Apostles (6 July), 4 Edw. I. 
(Seal destroyed.) See Annal. Fornes., Ixxii., IxxiiL 

65. S.D. [1276-1298.] Release and quitclaim from Richard, brother and heir of 
John, son of Sir Richard de Broughton, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of 
Famess, of all right in the land, wood, moss, and pasture, sometime of Thomas 
Skilhar, called Angerton moss, with that portion of the land as bounded, which the 
aforesaid Thomas recovered from the grantor by warranty before the justices in eyre 
at Lancaster, and which the abbot and convent had of ^e gift of the said Thomas 
Skilhar. Witnesses: Sir John de Hudeleston, Sir Alan de Peniton, Sir Alan; de 
Coupland, knights, William de Asmunderlawe, Adam de Berdesay, John de 
Hamesfell, and Hugh de Moriceby. (^Seal.) 

66. S.D. [IS 10-1 320.] Grant from Adam, son of Ralph de Eirkeby, to Adam, son 
of William de Bardsea (Berdeseye) for his life, of two acres of meadow of Angerton, 
lying in the middle of le Brademedowe of Angerton, and abutting on Sterespul and 
Angerton moss. Witnesses : Sir John de Eirkeby, knight, Nicholas dc Broughton, 
Orm de Ursewick, Adam de Loes, William de Esslak, and Roger de Staynerlith. 
(Cart MiseelL III., 56.) 

67. A.D. 1318. Release and quitclaim frt>m Adam, son of William de Bardsea, 
to the abbot and convent of Fumess, of all his right in three acres of meadow in le / 
Brademedou, in Angerton, which Adam, son of l^lph de Kirkeby granted to him 
for his life. At Dalton in Fumess, on St Martin's day (11 November). {Seal 
destroyed.) 

68. S.D. [1307-1840.] Grant ftom Adam, son of Ralph de Kirkeby, to William 
de Cokerham, perpetual vicar of the church of Dalton, of all the land and pasture, 
with the moss and wood, in Angertonmosse in Ulverstone, described by bounds, which 
he had recovered before the justices in eyre at Lancater from Thomas Skilhar. Wit- 
nesses : Nicholas de Brogheton, Alan de Bolton, William de Asmundrclaw, Adam 
de Berdesey, William Waleys, and William de Esselac. (^Seal.) 

69. S.D. [1307-1340.] Grant fit)m William de Co Werham, perpetual vicar of the 
church of Dalton, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all that land 
and pasture, with the moss, turbary, wood, and waste, in the vill of Ulverstone, in the 
place csdled Angertonmosse, which he had by grant from Adam, son of Ralph de 
Kirkeby, described by bounds. Witnesses : Alan de Coupland, Adam de Berdesey, 
William Waleys, Roger Child, John de Red, and William de Esselac (Seal.) 

70. A.D. 1325. Release and quitclaim from Adam dc Hodeleston, to the abbot 
and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all his right in the 40 cart-loads of turves 
which Adam, son of Ralph de Kyrkeby, granted to him to he taken in the moss of 
Angerton, and all his right in the aforesaid moss of Angerton. At Fumess abbey, 
on the eve of All Saints (31 October). {Seal.) 

71. A.D. 1381. Grant from William de Cokerham, perpetual \ncar of the church 
of Dalton, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all that land and pasture 
with the moss, turbary, and wood in the vill of Broughton (Brogheton) in the place 
called Angertonmosse, which he had by grant from Adam de Kirkeby, described by 
bounds. Witnesses : Alan de Coupland, William de Asmuudrelaw, William de 
Twyselton, Adam de Berdesay, Roger de Stanerlithe, and Adam Belle. At Dalton 
in Fumess, 3 May. (^SeaL) 

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No. 2. — Ch&rters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued, 

72. S.D. [1211-1222.] Charter from Robert (R.), abbot of Fumess, to Thomas le 
Fleming (FlandreDsis), by which the said abbot grants that no mines of iron shall be 
opened in the courtyard of the house of the said Thomas, nor in his portion of the 
kmd between his bouse and that of William de Boy vill, son of Robert de Boyrill, 

, ^ without the consent of the said Hiomas and his heirs ; and if the abbot should 
at any time mine in the said Thomas's land of Elliscales (Aylinescal), a reasonable 
price shall be paid for the same. Witnesses: Michael de Fumess, Riduud de 
Coupland, Alexander de Kyrkeby, Alan de Peniton, and William de Boyrill. (^Seal 
destroyed.) 

73. A,D. 1299. Inqnisition, whereby the jurors (William de Heaton, Adam de 
Urswick, John de Cancefeld, Thomas de Bolnm, Alan de Eschton, Alan de Parlis^ 
John, son of Eda, William, son of Simon, Robert de Coupmanwra, William de Baigo^ 
Roger de Balrig, and William de OxcliTe,) find that it would not be to the damage of 
the King or others if Robert de Laybum should grant in exchange for the manor of 
Greholm his manor of Elliscales (Altngschalis) to the abbot and monks of Fumess. 
At Lancaster, 30 November, 28 Edw. I. (Cart. Miscell. II., 35.) 

74. S.D. [1310-1320.] Grant from Robert de Leybume to John de Moriceby, of 
a messuage and six acres of land in Elliscales (Alinscales), in the vill of Dalton, with 
his meadow near Oigravemillne, rendering annually a rose, until the said Robert shall 

'; Ct ^ enfeoff the said Jolm in some other messuage and six acres. Witnesses : Sir John 
' ' "^ de [Ktrkeby], Sir Richard de Hodelston, Sir William de Penigton, knights, William 
de Asmunderlawe, Alan de Coupland, and Adam de Berdeseye. (5ea/.) 

75. A.D. 1410. Deed indented between Robert, the abbot of the monastery of 
St. Mary and the convent of Fumess, and William de Haryngton, the lord of Aldmg- 
ham, and Margaret his wife, by which the abbot and convent grant to the said 
William and Margaret, and their heirs and assigns, a way to and from the castle of 
Gleston, and their manor of Aldingham over the abbot's land, meadow and pasture in 
Dalton, up to Barray, (described by metes,) on foot and with all manner of carriages 
and horses ; the right not to extend to their men and tenants dwelling within the 
precinct of the said manor. Witnesses : William de Harjmgton of Hornby, knight, 
Thomas de Bethome, John de Broughton, John de Haryngton of Cartmell, and 
Christopher de Berdesay. 10 May, 11 Henry IV. {One only of ike two seals 
remaining,') 

76. A.D. 1423. Release by Richard Spofforth, chaplain, perpetual vicar of 
Dalton, to the abbot and convent of Fumess, of part of the annual pension of 40 
marks granted to him by the said convent. 14 October, 2 Henry VL (Siea/.) 

77. A.D.' 1424. Indenture witnessing the award of Thomas Urswick, esq., 
Nicholas Botiller, esq., Hugh Salkeld, Thomas of Singleton, and William Ambros, 
the arbitrators in a dispute between the abbot of Fumess and Sir Richard of Kirkby, 
knight, touching a parcel of moss, moor, and pasture within Broughton in Fumess, 
called Angerton moss (described by bounds;, which the said Richutl claimed as his 
soil and freehold ; adjudged to belong to ^e abbot, the said Richard to have and 
receive four score cart-loads of turf yearly therefrom. 28 June, 2 Hen. VI. (^Five 
seals,) 

7S. A.D. 1431. Indenture of agreement made between William, Lord of Haring- 

ton of the one part, and Robert, the abbot and convent of Fumess of the other part, 

touching the boundary of the lands and tenements of the said abbot and convent 

y. ^ .% within tne town of Dalton, and the lands of the said Lord Harington within the town 

' of Lese. 8 March, 9 Hen. VL (5ea/ of arms of Lord Harington,) 

Ulverston. — Eg ton . — Scathwaiie. 

79. A.D. 1 1 96. Final concord or agreement made before the justices in the King's 
Court at Westminster, between the abbot and convent of Fumess, and Gilbert, son of 
Roger, son of Reinfrid and Helewisa his wife, for defining the limits and boundaries 
between Fumess Fells (montana de Fumess) in dispute between the abbey and the 
family of Lancaster. On Sunday next after the octaves of the Purification, 7 Ric. I. 
(Original fine inserted in the Fumess Coucher.) 

80. S.D. [1197-1200.] Letters from T. the prior and the canons of Conished 
(Cuninggesh'), signifying that the settlement of the question between them and the 
abbot and convent of Fumess touching the churches of Ulverston and Pennington, 
claimed as pertaining to the church of Urswick, and the site on which the house of 
Conished stood, had been effected by mediation of the abbot of Savigny, and the 
abbots of the Cistercian order, viz. : that the canons of Conished should hold in 
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No. 2. — Charters of the Dachy of Lancaster — continuecL 

they releaie all daim to the chapel of Hairkeahead (Honkesete) and the fishery of 
Depestal. Witnesses : tbe abbots R. of Savi^ny, William of Jorevale, Benedict of i^ 
Stnford, David of Calder, and William of Hoiumd, Blaster Honorias (H.) archdeacon 
of Richmond, Gilbert, son of Roger, Master J. official of Richmond, R<^r, the parson 
of Kirkby, William the chaplain, vicar of Dalton, R. de Kent, derk, K. de Stiveton, 
and A. de Aostwic. {One seal remaining,) 

81. S.D. [1197-1200.] Confirmation by H. (Honorias) archdeacon of Richmond, 
of the grant by the monks of Furness made in favour of the canons of Conished 
(Con^hesheved), for relief of the poverty of their house, to hold in appropriation . . • 
die church of Ulverston (Ulveston), which by the anthori^ of Pope Celestine the ' 

monks had theretofore claimed to hold as a chapel pertaining to their church of Urs- 
wick. The archdeacon's assent is given at the instance of G. son of Raunfrid, the 
patron. Witnesses: this lord abbot of Furness, W., the prior of Cartmel (Eertmel), 

A. the prior of Cokerham (Kokerh*)* G., son of R., Master J., official of Richmond, 

B. de Kirkeby, dean of Lancaster, W., vicar of Dalton, H. de Rad', steward of Ken- 
dale, B. de Stiveton, and R. de Qmtia, clerk. (^Seal destroyed,) 

82. A J). 1886. Indenture of agreement upon the contention between John, the 
abbot, and convent of Furness, and 8ir John, son of- Sir Robert de Haverington, # 
touching the tenure of the lands and tenements which the said Sir John had lately /f / ^ - » 
obtained from Sir John de Lancaster in the vill of Ulverston and the fells (montanis) ^ ^ < • "^ \ 
of Furness, one moiety of the vill of Ulverston and the lands within Furness Fells, / 
to be held of the abbey by suit and service at the abbot's court of Dalton, and a yeariy 

rent for the same, as well as for the other part which Christiana de Lyndesay, widow 
of Sir Ingelram de Gynes, sometime held. At Furness monastery, on 20 January. 
(SSeoi of arms,) 

88. AJ). 1868. Grant fh>m Thomas de Poulton to Thomas Swerdsherp, of Ulver- 
ston, of certain burgages in the township of Ulverston. Witnesses : Adun Taliour, 
William Clerkson, Thomas de Lake, and William de Fevereth. Ulverston, 1 April, 
87 Edw. IIL 

* 84. A.D. 1864. Lidenture made between Joan, widow of John de Coupland, and 
the abbot and convent of Furness, of demise by the said Joan to the convent for the , 
term of 80 years from the date, at the yearly rent of 20 marks of silver, of the moiety 
of the manor of Ulverston, held by her for life of the King's ^nt, the reversion 
belonging to the convent. At Ulverston, on the feast of the Epiphany (6 January), 
87 Jfidw. m. {Seal of arms.) 

85. SJ). [1260>1276.] Grant from Richard, son of Alan de Reuesath, to Adam, 
son of Adam de Pennington, for his homage and service, of 4^ acres of his land on 
Croskelloc and 5 parcels of his land in the field of Reuesath containing 2 acres on 
Gothelandes and on Drakelou, with all easements and commons pertaining to so 
much land in the vill of Reuesath. Witnesses : Walter de Asmonderlawe, Alan de 
Turribus, Gilbert de Asmunderlawe, Ralph de Bardsea (Berdeseye), and Roger 
de Berdeseye. (Cart. Miscell. IIL, 44.) 

86. A.D. 1248. Release and quitclaim by William de Skelmersherch to the 
abbot and monks of St. Maiy of Furness, of all right in the land within the bounds of 
Egton and Scathwaite (Eeetona and Scafthauith), which William de Lancaster, his 
lord, bequeaUied, with his body, to the convent, and the homage and service of Ralph 
de Berdesey and his heirs, and all claim by reason of any right or exchange, " et ad 
" instanciam dictorum abbatis et monachorum remisi corde et animo animie domini 
** mei Willelmi de Lancastria, iqjuriam si quam michi fecit et meis in illo excambio." 
Witnesses; Alexander de Kyrkeby, Richard de Couplandia, Robert de Wath, 
WUliam de Turribus, and Simon de Boyvilla. At Furness, in ihe month of April. 
iSeai.) See Annal Fumes., 212. 

87. SJ>. [1257.] Grant in frankahnoign from William de Skehnersherk to the 
abbot and monks of St. Mary of Furness, of a portion of his land called Lawleiteme- 
mire, lying between his arable land on the west, and extending to the water of Craik 
in breadth, and from the new ditch on the north as far as the water of Cole, and 
descending to Craik in length. Witnesses : Robert de Wath, Gervase, the steward 
of the abbot of Furness, Alan de Turribus, Richard de Comey, Adam de Boy vile, 
and Adam, son of the grantor. At Furness. (Cart. MiscelL U., 45.) See Annal. 
Fumes., 210, 211. 

Bolton.— Kellet. 

88. 8.D. [1230-1241.] Grant in frankalmoign, from William de Kellet, to the 
monks of St Mary of Furness, for the health of the souls of his father and mother 
and his brother Gilbert, of one acre of turbary, at the head of Birkelandeberg towards 



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the west. Witnesses : Sir Roger Gemet, Adam de Kellet, Thomas de Kellet, Adam de 
Urswick, John Qemet of Caton, William de Paries, and V'iyiun Geraet of Heysham. 
(&a/.) See Annal. Fames., Ixxv. 

89. SJ). [1236-1254.] Release from William, son of William de Tunstal and 
Katherine his ivife (formerly wife of William de Kellet), to the abbey and monks of 
Fomess, of all their right to the third part of certain land in the township of Kellet, 

L{ i> ^ which William, son of William de Kellet, gave to the said abbey. Witnesses : Thomas 
de Coapmanwra, Alan de Katherton, John, son of Roger de Katon, John de Tnnstal, 
William de Clachton, John de Ursewic, and John de Oxeclive. ( Two seaUJ) 

90. S.D. [1230-1246.] Grant from Adam, son of Gilbert de Bolton (Bothelton), 
to Grenrase de Bolton, for his homage and service, of one acre of land with appur> 
tenances upon Keldebrec in Bolton (Bothelton), lyinff near to the bounds between 
Slyue and Bolton, one end whereof stretches to the highway leading to Sl^'ne and the 
other stretching towards He«t ; rendering yearly one baibed arrow. Witnesses : 

H c> ^ Adam de Kellet, Adam de Hest, Adam de Grefholm, Elyos de Bothelton, Simon, son 
of Michael, Vivian de Heysham (Hessaim) /Roger de Heaton (Heton), Ralph, son of 
Adam de Bothelton, and Hcnr^^ the clerk. ' (^Seal.) 

91. A.D. 1269. Grant in frankalmoign irom Thomas de Coupmanwra, son of 
Adam de.Coapmanwra, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fomess, of one oxgang 
of land in the vill of Overicellet, with the toft and croft which William, son of Richard 
sometime held ; and of two acres of tnrbary in the fields of the same vill, 10 oaks 
annually from the wood of Kellet for repairing their houses of Beaumont, and pannag^ 
for 80 hogs in the said wood, with pasture and free ingress, passage, and egress over 
his lands. Witnesses: Sir Richard le Botyler, sheriff of Lancashire, John de Canz- 
feld, and Richard, his son, Sir Robert de Hamton, Sir Benedict Gemet, Sir William 
de Heaton, the King's coroner, Alan de Katherton, (rervase de Oxeclif, John le 
Gentil, Orm de Kellet, John de Oxeclif, and Roger de Heysham. At Furaess abbey, 
in the month of August. (S«a/.) See Annal. Fumes., 221 and note. 

92. S.D. 1269. Grant in frankalmoign, from Thomas de Coupmanwra, son of 
Adam de Ck>upmanwra, to the abbot and monks of Furaess, of the oxgang of land in 
the vill of Overkellet (superioris Kellet), which was formerly held by William, the 
son of Richard, and two acres of turbary, and 10 oaks yearly from the grantor's wood 
of Kellet. Witnesses : Sir Richard le Butyller, sheriff of Lancashire, Sir John de 
Cancefield (Canzfeud), and Sir Richard, his son. Sir Robert de Hampton, • Sir 
Benedict Gemet, Sir William de Heaton, the King's coroner, Alan de Katherton, 
Gervase de Oxeclif, John le Gentil, Orm de Kellet, John de Oxeclif, and Roger de 
Hey^am (Hesaym). At Fumess abbey in August {Seal,} Duplicate of No. 91. 
See Annal. Fumes., 221. 

93. A J). 1285. Chirograph of agreement between Sir Ralph de Dacre (Daker), 
and the abbot and convent of Fumess, respecting the taking easements in the 
wood of Kellet, granted to the said abbey by Thomas de Coupmanwra, deceased. 
Witnesses : Gilbert de Clifton, sheriff of Lancashire, Sir Roger de Burton, William de 
Wyndishouer, Orm de Kellet, Thomas Travers, and John de Ursewick. On Monday 
next before our Lord's Circumcision (31 December), 14 Edw. I. (Cart Miscell. 
I., 19.) 

94. S.D. [ 1236>1 262.] Grant in frankahnoign, from Adam, son of Harald de Lan- 
caster, to the abbot and monks of St Mary of Fumess, of all his land in Miluofeld, de- 
scribed by bounds. Witnesses: Thomas de Conpmanewra, Hugh de Mitton, William, 
son of Ingrith, Adam de Kelet, Roger de Heaton, Elias de Thornbrantheved, Adam, 
son of Gilbert, Roger, son of Fulco, and Thomas, son of Roger. {Seal,) See Annal. 
Fames., Ixxviii. 

9.5. S.D. [1201-1216.] Grant from Gamel de Bohtheltun to the abbey and monks 
of Furaess, of land in Botheltun, site and particulars described. Witnesses : Henry de 
Redeman, Walter de Paries, Robert de Boivill, Henry, parson of Bothelton, Robert, 
parson of Chighton, Thomas Rufus, and Gilbert Rufus of Bothelton. {Seal,) 

96. S.D. [1874-1286.] Grant in frankalmoign, from Orm, son and heir of Adam 
de Kellet, to the abbey and monks of Furaess, of all his moss and turbary in the 
territory of Overkellet which he had of the gift of Thomas de Coupmanwra, lying 
south of the moss which the said monks had of the gift of the same Thomas. Wit- 
nesses: Sir Henry de liCe, sheriff of Lancashire, Su* William de Heaton, knight, 
Nicholas de Lee, John de Coupmanwra, Adam, brother of Orm de Kellet, John de 
Oxdif, Gcerrase de Osclif, and John le Gentile. {Seal,) 



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No. 2. — Charters of the Duchy of Lanoaster — coniintMd, 

• 97. S.D. [1258-1292.] Grant firom William, son of Henry de Bolton (Bothiltoaa), 
to Roger, son of Roger de Calveholm, of an aero of meadow in the territory of 
Bolton (Bothilton), between the meadow of John, son of £da, and the mill pond " in 
" le ende del Dedemire," and partly lying in Rultane medue, between the meadow of 
'William, son of Simon, and the meadow of Thomas de Hest, rendering yearly a 
barbed arrow at Michaelmas. Witnesses : John, son of Eda, Simon de Thorbrand- 
heyed, William, son of Simon, John de Baunshout, and Adam de Calveholm. (Cart. 
Miscell. I., 5.) 

98. S.D. [1258-1292.] Grant in perpetuity from Simon de Tornbrondeshefd to 
Roger, son of Roger de Calfholm, of 5 roods of land in the yili of Botheltou, site / , » , » 
described, with all common libei:tie8 pertaining to the vill of Botheltcu. Witnesses : '^ ' ^ " — 
William, son of Simon, John, son of Eda, Johnde Rameshefd, Thomas de Wodholm, 
Thomas Travers, and William, son of Robert. {Portion of seal.) 

99. S.D. [1258-1292.] Grant and quitclaim from -Simon, son and heir of Helyas 
de Thorbrandesheved, to the monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of that land [in Bolton] 

which formerly belonged to his uncle Nicholas, and which his younger brother Adam / > ^ / % 
gave to the convent in frankalmoign. Witnesses: Adam de Kelleth, Henry de Hest, ^ '^ 
Adam, son of Gilbert, and Henry, nis brother, Andrew de Hakelakes, and Henry, son 
ofGodith. {Seal,) See Annal. Purnes., Uxviii. 

100. A.D. 1292. Release and quitclaim by Christiana, relict of Thomas, son of 
Matilda de Boulton, to Gerard, the archdeacon of Richmond, of all her right in name 
of dower in all the lands and tenements in the vill of Bolton in Lonsdale, sometime 

held by the said Thomas, her husband, which Master John le Romayne, sometime / II' j 
rector of the church of Bolton, bought of the said Thomas. Witnesses : Orm de ^ 
Kellet, John le Gentyl, John de Ursewyk, Thomas Travers, William, son of Simon 
de Boulton, and John, son of Eda, of the same place. At Lancaster, on the feast of 
Sts. Prime and Felician Martyrs, to wit, b ides of June (9 June). {Seal destroyed.) 

101. A.D. 1840. Grant from Robert Normaund, to James the son of William,',the 

son of Cecilia de Boulton, and Dionisia, his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, of all / . , 
his tenements in the vill of Boulton, yvith remainder to the right heirs of the said '^^ H - 
James. Witaesses: James de Barton, John Fraunceys, and William, his son, John de 
Walton, and John, son of Symon de Boulton. At Boulton, 30 January, 14 Edw.III. 
{Seal,) 

102. AD. 1381. Grant from Alioe de Burgh, daughter of John de Burgh, of 
Bolton, to Robert de Wessington, of Kemeford, of the third part of a tenement in the 

vill of Bolton, in the wapentcJie of Xronsdale, which she had in dower from John, son ^ c. / c 
of Thomas le Birkeheved, her late husband. Witnesses : Lambert de Wyresdale, Henry 
de Asheton, and Nichohis Turnebul. At Bolton, on Wednesday next after the Feast 
of St. Peter in Cathedra (27 February), 4 Ric. IIL (? U.) {Seal.) 

103. S.D. [1227.] Grant from [Michael], son of William, son of Michael de ■ 
Fumess, to the abbey and monks of Fumess of a marsh near Rosbech. Witnesses: /^ /^ ' '/ 
Alexander de Kyrkeby, Adam de Coupmanwrhe, Robert de Boyvill, and his son 
William, and others. {Much torn; seal.) See Furness Coucher, fol. 180. 

104. S.D. [ 1236-1 262.] Grant in frankalmoign, from Lawrence, son of Walter, the 
mason (cementarins) of Bolton (Bothelton),to the monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of 
land in the vill of Bolton, site and particulars described. Witnesses: Adam de Kellet, 
Adam de Grefholm, Ralph de Bolton, Adam, son of Gilbert, Helias de Thorbrande- 
sheved, and Simon, son of Michael. (Cart. Miscell. II., 71.) 

Allithwaite. 

105. S.D. [1154-1176.] Grant in frankalmoign from Thomas, son ofCospatric 
(de Kertinel), to the church and monks of St. Mary of Furness, of 5 acres of arable 
land in the fields of Allithwaite (Hailiuethait) and one toft and one acre of meadow 
and pasture for ten cows. Witnesses : Norman de Redeman, William de Boi^nlla, 
Henr^', brother of the grantor, Ralph, son of Orm, son of There, and Gilbert de 
Boivilla. (Cart. Miscell. II., 2.) See Annal. Funics., 149. 

Merlon. — Lindale, — Or grave, 

106. S.U. [1185-1200.] Grant from Quenilda, daughter of William Brihtwald, to 

Ralph, son of Uhdtred, of the half oxgang of land in Merton (Meretun), which her / . . . , 
father gave to him for his homage and service. Witnesses : Adam (Jemet, Orm, ^ * **' 
son of Dolfin, Adam, son of Gerard, Orm, son of Adam, Roger de Oregruve, William 



174 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTT-SIXTH REPORT OP THE 

No. 2. — Charlere of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

de Oregraye, Hugh, son of Ralph, Adam, son of Simon de Broaghton, and Amfridde 
Dalton. {Seal, ** SigilL Quemlde Brief:*) 

107. S.D. [11S9-1216.] Chirograph of an agreement made between the abbot and 
monks of Fumess, and Philip, and his wife Quenilda, daughter of William Brictwald 
(Bricwal). The said abbot and monks grant and quitclaim to the aforesaid Philip and 
Quenilda all that which her three sisters, Edith, wi& of Ivo, Avicia, wife of Gamd, son 
of Benin, and Gunild, shall complete or make up (adcheyiabunt) to them, out of their 
tenements in Merton ; the said Philip and Quenilda to release for erer to the abbot and 

-' ' ' monks all the land of Amable, another sister of Quenilda, for which the monks gave 
to Amable 10 marks of silver, and the service of Robert de BoeviUa and Matilda his 
wife, and the service of the land of Emma, another sister of Quenilda. For this agree- 
ment the said Amable quitclaims to the said Philip and Quenilda all her part of the 
land of Lickeberw. Witnesses : Heniy, son of Arthur, Alan, son of Ketel, Alan, son 
of Benedict, Roger, son of William de Kirkebi, Robert de Boivilla, Orm, son of 
Dolphin, Philip, and Alan the Reve. {Two teah,') 

108. SJ). [1189-1216.] Confirmation by Philip le Koreys (Linoreys), with the 
consent of Quenilda his wife, of the sale of half an oxgang of land in Merton (Mere- 
tona), which Thomas le Fleming (Fiamangus) made to the monks of Fumess, and 

I which he hod of the gift of the said Philip and Qnenilda in frank marriage with their 

h * ^ *^ daughter Avicia. Witnesses : the prior of Conished (Cunegesheved), William, prior of 
Caitinel (Carmel), Roger, dean of Kirkeby, Roger, the lord of Kirkby, Adam, (? Alan> 
tiie lord of Penington, Robert de Boyvill, and Roger de Orgrave. (^Seal destroyed.') 

109. S.D. [1211-1222.] Deed of sale to the monks of Fumess, from Thomas 
le Fleming (Flammangus), made with the consent of his wife, Avicia, and her 
father and mother, Philip and Quenilda, of the half oxgang of land in Merton 

I (Meretonia) which Torfinus held, and which the said Thomas took in frank marriage 

-^ U"^ { with Avicia, daughter of the said Philip and Quenilda. Witnesses : the prior of 

Conished (Cuneg^eved), W. prior of Cartmel (Carmel), R. dean of Kyrkebi, R. 

lord of Kyrkebi, A. lord of Pennington (Penigtona), R. de Boyvill, and R. da 

Oregrave. {SigUL Tome Fiandreiuis,) 

110. S.D. [1201-1216.] Grant from Avicia, daughter of William Brithwald, to 
the abbey and monks of Fumess, of nine acres and a half of land in Merton, the 
site particularly described. Witnesses : Michael de Aldingham, William de Mllum, 
Alexander de Kirkeby, Alan de Penington, Robert de BoiWll, Philip le Nonais, and 
William de Orgrave. {Seal.) 

111. SJ). [1201-1216.] Grant from GameI,son of Bewyne, and Avicia his' wife, 
to the convent of Fumess, of certain land in Merton, described by bounds. Wit- 
nesses : Michael de Fumess, William de Milium, Alan de Penington, Alexander de 
Kirkeby, Roger, the parson of Kirkby, Robert de Boyvill, and William his son, and 
Philip le Noreis. (7\oo seals.) 

112. SJ>. [1189-1216.] Grant from Amable, daughter of William Brictwal,ta 
the abbot and monks of Fumess, of all her land which she inherited from her father 
in Merton. Witnesses : Henry, son of Arthur, Alan, son of Ketel, Alan, son of 
Benedict, Roger, son of William de Kirkeby, Robert de Boevilla, Orm, son of Dolfin, 
Philip, and AJlan the Reve. {Seal.) 

, 113. Duplicate of preceding grant {Seal.) 

114. S.D. [1189-1216.] Grant fh)m Matilda, daughter of William Brictwald, to 
the convent of Fumess, for the soul of her husband, Robert de Boivill, of an acre 
of land within the court of the grange of Lindale. Witnesses : William, prior of 
Cartmel, T. prior of Conished, R. parson of Kirkeby, Alan de Penington, and Roger 
sonofMarkis. {Seal.) 

115. A.D. 1242. Grant from Sibilla Brictwald, daughter and heir of Ralph, son of 
Uctred, to the abbot and monks of Fumess, of all her right in a half oxgang of land 
in Merton, which Philip le Noreis and Quenilda his wife bought of the grantor and 
gave to the said monks ; it is further acknowledged that Alan de Forse, the husband 
of Sibilla, had in his lifetime and with her consent sold the land to the said Philip and 
Quenilda, and that after the death of her husband she had questioned the abbot's 
right. Witnesses : Sir Richard de Coupland, William de Boyvill, Alan, son of 
Orm, Matthew the clerk, Robert Markys, and others. At Dalton, on Wednesday 
next before the Nativity of the blessed Mary (6 September). {Seal.) 

1 16. A.D. 1251. Grant from William, son of Henry de Merton, to the convent of 
Fumess, of land in Lindal in the place called Langerotherissch. Witnesses : 'Sir 



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No* 2. — Charters of the Dachy of Lancaster — continued, 

Winiam de FaroesB, Alexander de Eirkeby, Alan, son of Grm, Robert de Wath, Simon 
de Boyyill, and Roger db Stainerlith. At Porness, in the month of Jaly. {Seal.) 

117. A.D. 1251. Grant from William, son of Henry de Merton, to the abbot and 

monks of Fumess, of certain land in liindale and Merton. Witnesses : Sir William ^* U C ^ 
de Fomess, Sir Richard de Gonplaad, Sir Alexander de Kirkby, Gervase, steward of 
the abbey, Alan son of Orm, and Robert de Wath. * July. (&a/.) 

118. S.D. [1260-1272.] Grant from Gilbert de Osmnnderlawe, to the convent of 
Pumess, of all his land in Merton. Witnesses : Sir John de Kyrkeby, Sir Alan de # 
Coupeland, Sir Richard de Brocton, Sir Alan de Penington, Hugh de Morisby, ^ - '^ S '- 
Walter de Osmanderlawe, Thomas Skelehare, William the goldsmith, of Merton, and 

Robert de Merton. {Seal.) 

119. S.D. [1260-1272.1 Qrant from Gilbert de Osmunderlawe, to the abbey of 
PnmesB, of all his land of Merton which he held of the abbot and convent Witnesses : f , ^ "' f 
Orm de Eelleth, Thomas Travers, Hugh de Morriceby» Walter de Osmunderlawe, '' 
Thomas Skelehare, William the goldsmith, of Merton, and Robert de Merton. 

(&a/.) 

120. AJ). 1262. Grant from Gilbert, son of Avice de Asemonderlau, to the abbot 
and monks of St. Mary of Pumess, of two acres of land upon Mertonrif, the site 
described. Witnesses: Sir William de Fumess, knight. Sir Alan de Coupland, j ' 
knight. Sir John de Kirkebi, knight. Sir Richard de Brocton, knight, Robert de ^ 
Wath, vicar of Dalton, Gervase de Oxeclif, steward of the abbot of Fumess, Hugh de 
Morisceby, and John de Waleton. In the month of Febmary. {Seal,) 

121. A.D. 1262. Chirograph between the abbot and convent of Fumess of the one 
part, and Gilbert, son of Avice de Asemunderlau, of the other part, of a grant from 
the said Gilbert of 22 acres of land in Merton, site described, in exchange for 17 

acres of land in Egeton, and 5 acres nigh Ingritheros. Witnesses : Sir William de a • >'' 
Fumess, knight, Sir Alan de Coupland, knight, Sir John de Kirkby, knight. Sir 
Richard de Brocton, knight, Robert de Wath, vicar of Dalton, Gervase de Oxedif, 
clerk, steward of the abbot of Fumess, Hugh de Morisceby, William de Merton, 

Sldnnith, John de Waleton, Simon de Ursewic, and Alan de Boyvill, reve of Dalton. 
the month of February. {Seal of Gilbert de Aaemunderlaw,) , 

122. S.D. [1200-1222^.] Grant from Henry, son of Yvo de Merton, to the convent / 

of Fumess, of land in Merton, near lindale, described by bounds. Witnesses i / 14 "^ -^ 
Roger, lord of Kirkeby, Alan de Penington, Robert de Boyvill, |and William his son, 
William de Orgrave, and Hamo, son of Roger de Orgrave. {Seal.) 

123. S.D. [1200-1222.] Grant from Henry, son of Yvo de Merton, to the convent 

of Fumess, of lands in Merton, the site described. Witnesses: Michael de Fumess, / /.I 
William de Milium, Alan de Penington, Alexander de Kyrkeby, Roger, the parson 
of Kirkby, Robert de Boyvill, William his son, and Philip le Noreis. {Seal.) 

124. S.D. [1207-1235.] Confirmation by Adam Gemeth of his f&ther's grant ta . ^ 
the monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of an oxgang and a half of land in Merton, and a -'v . . 
two acres which Matthew Gerneth gave them in exchfmge, and two other acres which 
Gillomichael gave them. Witnesses : William de Combremara, and William de 

Nort', monks of Fumess, Ralph the priest, of Heysham, Peter de Stalmin, and 
William his son, Simon, clerk of Bolton, Roger de Bolton (Bothelton), William, 
brother of Adam Gemeth, Henry de Stalmin, and Ranulph, son of Albert. {Seal.) 
See duplicate of this confirmation (Cart. Miscell. II., 71). See Annal. Fumes., Ixxiil. 

125. S.D. [ 12 1 5-1 222.] Grant from Ingus, daughter of Mathew Gemet, of Merton, 
to the convent of Fumess. of certain land in Merton. Witnesses : Roger, son of ' 
William, Alan de Penigton, R., parson of Kyrkebi, Robert de Boivill, Philip le 
Noreis, and R. de Orgrave. {Seal) 

126. S.D. [1200-1206.] Grant from Thomas Gemet, to the monks of Fumess, of 

all his land and lordship of Merton, for release of their claim against the grantor ' 1 

of half a caracate of land in Stapilthirne, whereof they had charters firam his ""^ 
ancestors. Witnesses : Benedict Gemet, Adam, son of Orm, Roger de Kirkebi, 
Alan de Penington, Robert de Boivill, Philip le Koreis, and John de Torondesholm. 
{Seal.) See Annal. Fumes., 114, 135. 

127. S.D. [1222-1225.] Release and quitclaim by Thomas, son of William do 
Merton, to the convent of Fumess, of the naif oxgang of land in Merton which his ^ 
grandfather John gave to Adam Gemet for his service, and his son Thomas after- 
wards gave to the monks in frankalmoign. Witnesses : A., prior of Conished, Alex- 
ander de Kyrkebi, Robert de Boivill, and Philip le Xorreis. {Seal.) 



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No. 2. — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

128. S.D. [1 189-1222.] Grant &om Swanus, aon of Gillemihel, of Merton, to thd 
convent of Furness, of 20 acres of land in Merton. Witnesses : Roger de Kirkeby, 
Boger, the parson of Kirkeby, Alan de Penington, Robert de Boiyill, Roger de 

ij w Orgrave, and William his brother. {Seal,} 

129. A.D. 1247. Grant from Michael, son of Swayn (Swanus) de Merton, to the 
abbot and monks of Furness, of all his lands in Lindale and Merton and elsewhere 
irithin Fumess, with free watercourse through his land to their mill of Orgrave, in 

>, > I exchange for land in Little Merton. Witnesses : Sir William de Furness, Richard de 

Coupland, Alexander de Kyrkeby, Roger de Alestona, John de Causefeld, Alan, son 
of Orm, and Robert de Wath. At Fumess, in the month of July. {Portion of seal.') 

130. A.D. 1249. Grant from Michael, son of Swayn de Parva Merton, to the abbot 
and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of 2 acres of land in Little Merton upon Burrested, 
near the land of Alice Pillechun, the site described. Witnesses : Sir W. de Fumess, 
Richard de Coupland, John de Cancefeld, steward of the abbot of Furness, Alan, 
«on of Orm, Robert de Wath, Simon deBoyvill, and Adam de Ursewic. At Dalton, 
in the month of April. {Seal.) 

131. S.D. [1236-1262.] Grant from Adam de Merton, to the convent of Fumess, 
made with the consent of Alan his heir and Godith his wife, of all his land of Duner- 
mersk, which he took in exchange for land in the vill of Merton. Witnesses : Sir 

^ ^ William de Fumess, Richard de Coupland, Alexander de Kyrkeby, Simon de BoyviD, 
and Robert ^archis. {Seal.) See Anna!. Fumes., App. Ixxiii. 

182. S.D. [ 1 262-1 274.] Grant from Alan, son of Adam de Merton, to the convent 
of Furness, of all his land of Dunnermersk, viz. that which his father, Adam, took in 
exchange for land in the vill of Merton. Witnesses : Sir John de Kyrkebi, Sir Alan 
de Coupland, Sir Richard de Brooton, Walter de Asemunderlau, Alan de Turs, Hugh 
' de Morisceby, William de Merton, goldsmith, Simon de Ursewic, Alan de Bosrvul, 
and Th' Skilehar. {Seal.) 

133. A.D. 1264. Chirograph of grant by the abbot and convent of Fumess to 
Adam de Merton, specifying what food and raiment he is to have allowed him in 

^ ^e convent ; and a grant on his petition to Sibilla, daughter of William de Nettlis- 
' ' ^ clak, of a shop (botha) in the vill of Dalton. {Seal.) See Annal. Fumes., 218, 219. 

134. A.D. 1388. Letters patent by John, Duke of Lancaster, of exemplification 
under the county palatine seal, (made at the request of the abbot of Fumess,) of 
a plea before the duke's justices at Lancaster, between William de Walton of Preston, 

. , mercer, and William Fletcher of Dalton, respecting a toll of 4<f., claimed as payable 
to the abbot of Fumess as lord, for every horsc-Ioad of merchandize brought to the 
fairs of Dalton in Furness. Lancaster, 20 February, in the 12th year of the Regality. 
{Seal destroyed.) 

135. S.D. [1307-1340.] Grant from William Botlyng,and Agnes his wife, daughter 
and co-heir of Michael de Merton, in perpetuity to William de Cokerham, perpetual 
vicar of Dalton, of the moiety of a messuage and 24 acres of land in Little Merton, 

■ * f formerly held by Michael, father of the said Agnes, to hold the said moiety of the 
abbot of Fumess, chief lord of the fee. Witnesses : John de Hamcsfel, William 
Waleys, William de Asmundrelaw, William de Turrs, Adam de Berdesey, John de 
Rede, and Alan de Wyresdale. {Two seals.) 

136. A.D. 1258. Indenture between the abbot and convent of Furness, and Adam, 
son and heir of Robert de Botle, of lease to them of certain lands in Merton and 
Orgrave for term of ten years. Witnesses : Sir William de Fumess, kt, John de 
Kirkebi, Thomas de Craykstoc, Robert de Wath the vicar of Dalton, Gervase the 
clerk, then steward of the abbot of Fumess, Symon de Boy vill, and Adam his brother, 
Walter de Asemunderlaw, John, son of Claricia de Dalton. On the Feast of St. 
Martin in winter (11 November). {Seal.) 

137. S.D. [ 1 1 88-1 1 94.] Grant from Roger, son of Orm de Orgrave, to his daughter 
Amabel, of the half oxgang of land in Orgrave which William Mustel held in nunk 
marriage. Witnesses : Gerard, lord abbot of Fumess (with whose consent the 
charter is made), Alexander de Kirkeby, Robert de Boivilla, Philip le Norreis, Alan 
de Penington, and Orm, son of Dolfinus. {Seal.) 

188. S.D. [1189-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign, from Gilbert, son of Roger de 
Orgrave (Horegrave), to the abbey and monks of St. Mary of Furness, for the use of 
the church there to be built, of three acres of land in the fields of Orgrave (Hore- 
grave), to wit, all his land in Langelake, in Horgebanke, and upon Leyrgilebanke, 
towards Dalton and near Steyntonegate ; and 1^ rood of land in the vill of Oi^ave 
which Robert Ix)wy8 held, opposite the house of William de Orgrave, and half a rood 
towards Lyndale, and Ranlytb, and in Littlelangeslache, and upon C^^lnebanko, 



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site and particulars described. Witnesses : Alexander de Kirkeby Irelith, Alan de 
Fenington, Robert de Boyvill, and William his son, Philip Noreys, and William de 
'HoTgr&re. (Cart. Miscell. II., 21.) 

139. S.D. [1228-1264.] Grant from Hamo, son of Roger de Horgrave, to Adam . ^.^ 
de BojTrjll, of certain land in the township of Horgrave. Witnesses : William de /^ • U ^ ^ 
Fumess, Richard de Coupland, Alexander de Kirkby) and Roger de Staynherlyt. 

(5ea/.) 

140. A.D. 1246. Grant from Agnes, daughter of Hamo de Orpave, to the con- . , >'" / 
vent of Furness, of certain land in Orgrave. Witnesses : Sir William de Fumess, /. • '^ -^ ' 
6ir Richard de Coupland, Alexander de Kirkby, John de Cansefeld, Robert de 

Wath, Roger de Stainerlith, and Matthew the clerk. {Seal.) 

141. A.D. 1269. Quitclaim by Agnes, widow of Roger de Orgrave, to the abbot 

and convent of Fumess, of all her right, in the land in &c vlll and fields of Orgrave, / , ■ 
held by her in dower ; and on All fciouls day, 1269, the convent gave to the said *" ' ^ * 
Agnes in her great need half a mark of silver. Witness : the whole township of 
Dalton. {Portion of seal.) 

Kirkb^'Ireletli. 

142. A.D. 1345. Assize taken before Robert de Hertford and Richard Cropping, «. / 
the justices, at Lancaster, on Monday next after the feast of St. James the Apostle tO* H <^ ' 
(Ist August), 19 Edw. III., to inquire if Alexander de Kirkby-Ireleth, the father of , » 
John de Kirkeby, a minor, was seised in his demesne as of fee of the manor of ,\ k^ C » 
Kirkeby-Ireleth, at the time of his death, and whether the abbot and convent of « 
Fumess ought to have the wardship of the said John, the son and heir, by reason of ^ 

his minority. The abbot alleged his right to the custody, because the said manor was - ^. ^* 
held of him by homage and fealty, at a rent of 30». yearly, and by the service of doing •' ^ 
suit at the court of Dalton, and payment of relief, which services gave wardsh^ 
throughout all the barony of Fumess, as witnessed by the charter of King Stephen, 
when Count of Mortain, granting to him and his successors the whole barony as in 
demesnes, wardships, and other dbings as entirely as the Count himself held it, from 
which time the abbots of Fumess had always had the wardship of the heirs of tenants 
by such service. John de Kirkby denies that the alleged custom was general 
throughout the barony, and refers in particular to the manors of Kirkby, Penning- 
ton, and Aldingham, of which the abbot had not in fact the wardship, albeit the 
heirs were minors at their ancestor's death, viz., Alan de Pennington being under 
age, the wardship of his lands was had through collusion of Agnes, the said Alan's 
mother, and of John de Lungevilers, father of Agnes, but the minor recovered seisiu 
of the lands ; and so also as to the manor of Aldingham, of which the wardship was 
claimed during the minorities severally of the heirs, namely, John de Cancefield, who 
died without issue, and his brother William, who succeeded him ; the said John de 
Kirkby, further denies the alleffation that his grandfather, John de Kirkby, paid a 
relief of lOOs. as claimed ; by the verdict of the recognitors he recovers against the 
abbot with damages assessed at 40/. 1st August, 19 Edw. III. 

143. A.D. 1419-20. Portions of pleadings in divers actions at the sessions for «<^ < *^ '^ 
Lancashire, in the 7th of Henry V., between the abbot of Fumess, and Sir Richard 

de Kirkby, chivaler, son and heir of Sir John de Kirkby, for matters arising out of *'. t < » . 

the abbof s claim to be entitled to rent and service and suit of court in respect of the -f ' 

manor of Kirkby-Ireleth, alleged to be holden of the monastery by homage and / ' ' 
fealty. 

144. A.D. 1421. Assize before the justices at Lancaster, wherein the abbot of ^ . . » ^^ 
Fomess recovers against Sir Richard de Kirkeby, chivaler, and Isabella, his wife, for , 
obstructing a way over the land and soil of the said Richard, viz., over 1,000 acres of /k* • w ** 
land and sand in Kirkby, from the bed of the water called Merebek, within the vill of -f f 
Dalton, as far as the moss called Angertonmosse, within the vill of Broughton. At the / - 
session holden in Lent, 9 Henry V . 

145. A.D. 1301. Chirograph of agreement betireen the abbot and convent of 

Fumess of the one part, and Adam, Robert, and John, sons of John de Hale, and their /^ . it I 'I 

sister Cecily, of the other part, witnessing that- the said Adam, Robert, John, and 

Cecily, do quitclaim all right of action against the said convent for the death of their 

hither, John de Hale, and the said convent grants to the said Adam de Hale, the land 

his &tber held of them at farm in Arnolfby for the remainder of the term. Witnesses : 

Nicholas de Broughton, John de Broughton, the elder, and Adam de Kirkeby. {Seals 

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178 APt»ENDIX I. TO THE THIBTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 

Ko. 2. — Cliarters of the Duch/ of Lancaster — conHnued. 

Manumissions and Transfer of Villeins, 

146. S.D. [1175-1200.] Quitclaim by Roger, son of Hefward, to the abbey of 
FomesB, of his nief Helveve, da^hter of Gramel, with all her belongings. Witnesses : 
Roger, Uie parson of Kirkby (Kirchabi), Alan, son of Benedict, Robert de BoiviUa» 
and Roger de Orgraf. (Cart. Miscell. II., 70.) See Annal. Fumes., 126. 

147. S.D. [1200>1285.] Quitclaim by Alexander, son of Roger of Kirkby-Ireleth, 
to the abbot and convent of St. Mary of Fumess, of all right in Waltheof, son of 
Adam, his villein, with all his belongings. Witnesses: Alan de Penington, Alan, son 
of Orm, John, son of Orm, Roger de Stainylid, Roger de Wiresdale, and Matthew, 
son of William. (Cart. Miscell. II., 55.) 

148. S.D. [1200-1235.] Grant from Alexander, son of Roger de Kirkby, to the 
abbej of Fomess, of his villein, Thomas, son of GrameL Witnesses: Sir Michael de 

• c^M Audmgham, William de Milium, Alan de Penington, and Robert de Boivill. 
^ ^ (Sea/.) 

149. S.D. [ 1200-1235 J^ Grant from Hamo de Orgrare, to the abbey and monks 
of Fumess, of his villein, Walter, son of Ulf Witnesses: Sir Michael de Aldingham, 

- <* William de Milium, Alan de Penington, Robert de Boivill, and William, his son. 
(^Seal destroyed.) See AnnaL Fumes., 218. 

150. S.D. [1230-1260.1 Quitclaim by John de Kirkby-Ireleth (Kirkebyyrleth) 
to the abbey of Fumess, of William, son of Houstin, his villein, with all his belongings. 
Witnesses: Sir Simon de Broughton, Robert de Wath, Alan, son of Orm, Gervase^ 
die abbot's steward, Simon de Iwyvill, and Adam his brother. (Cart. Miscell. II., 68.) 
Seo Annal. Fumes., 218. 

151. S.D. [1276-1282.^ Quitclaim by William, son of John de Thwaytes, to the 
abbey of Fumess, of all right in Hugh del Graynes, his villein. Witnesses: Hugh, 
lord abbot of Fumess, Sir Richard de Broughton, Sir J. de Kirkby, knights, Hugh 
de Morysceby, Thomas Skilhar, Hugh de Lyndeby, and John, son of Grecia. (C^. 
MisceU. n., 94.) 

152. S.D. [1216-1248.1 Quitclaim by Alan, son of Alan de Peninffton, to the 
abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all right in Adam, son of Adam the 
Smith (Fabri), his villein. Witnesses : William de Boivill, Simon de Broughton, 
William de Tours (Turribus), Thomas, son of Gamel, Alan de Staunton, and Roger 
de Staignerlid. (Cart. Miscell. III., 36.) See Annal. Fumes., 156. 

153. S.D. [1248-1298.] Quitclaim by Alan, son of Thomas de Pennington, to the 
abbey of Fumess, of his villein, Alan, son of Waldev, of Waithwayt. Witnesses : 
Sir Alan de Coupland, Sir John de Kirkeby, Sir Richard de Brocton, William de 
Fumess, rector of Al(Ungham, and Robert de Wath, vicar of Dalton. 

153*. S.D. [1154-1181.} Grant and quitclaim by Richard de Heliefeld to the 
monks of Fumess, of Wilham, son of Huctred, his villein, with his following, for 
the sum of 24s. Witnesses : Oliver de Brine, William de Stiuetun, William Grein- 
dorge (granum ordei), Hugh de Kaltun, Hugh de Neut', and Hugh de Flascebi. 
(5ea/.) 

GUMBERLAKO. 

Copelafid, — Miltom, — Kirksanton, — Borrowdale, — Mulcaster, — 

Drigg, — Booth, 

154. S.D. [1135-1154.] * Grant in frankalmoign, from Godard de Boivilla, to the 
abbey and monks of. St Maiy of Fumess, of a carucate of land in Coupland (Caup- 
landia) called Fossa, as freely as his &ther held it. 'Witnesses : Ketel de Cauplandia, 
Ewardus de Cauplandia, Roger de Kirkebi, Robert de Boivilla, William the clerk, of 
Kertmel, Ailward de Broctuna, Dolfinus de Kirkebi, Benedict de Penigtuna, Ranulf V' 
de Berdeseia, and Ranulf de Penigtuna. {Seed,) See Annal. Fumes., 118. "^ ^^ 

155. A.D. 1292. Chirograph of a grant from John de Hodeleston, for the abbot ^f(*^ ^0 
and convent of Fumess, to be quit of suit at his court of Milium, and of pannage ^ ^ y.,^ 
for their hogs and puture of the foresters, and of Bodelmd Wyttenesman, for ever, \ 
which services were formerly claimed from the monks in respect of their land of 
Botheralkill in Coupland ; and likewise to be quit of multure of their tithe-grain 
housed within Coupland, and free ingress, egress, and passage over all his lands, 
free-chase, and pastures, except Anneys. Witnesses : Sir Wilham de Dacre (Dakyr), 
Sir Thomas de Calwenne, Sir Robert de Haverin^on, Sir Alan de Coupland, and 
Sir Alan de Penyton, knights, William de Cauuceteld, Robert de Goseford, Henry 



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DEPtlTY KEEPSXl OF THE PUBUC EECORDS. 179 

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N6. 2. — Charters of the Duch j ef Lancaster — continued, 

le Batiler, and Hagh de Moricebj. At Carlisle, on Friday next before the Feast 
of St. Thomas the Apostle (19 December), during the ejre of the justices in 
Cumberland, 21 Edw. I. {Seai ofanM,) 

156. S.D. [1183-1216.^ Orantby Henrji son of Arthur, to William, son of Waltheof, 
in frank marriage with his daughter Aliz, of the messuage, croft, and garden which 
vere of Leuenad the fowler (Auceps), and six acres of Icoid which were of Leuenad 
de Chiued and next to Lairpul, and one acre near the fount of the Holy Trinity along 
the way as fiir as Thnaites, to wit, that nearest to the *' calceum marisci," with free 
common of Millom (Miluun). Witnesses: Alan, son of . . . ., William, son of 
Ketel, John, the parson of Bootle, Benedict, son of Ketel, Robert de Boiyill, John, 
son of Arthni*, Richard de Mortlung, and Henry, son of John. (Cart. Miacell. 
in., 44.) . 

157. A.D. 1230. Release and quitclaim by Adam de Milium, to the abbot and ^ '/ j "■'' 
oon^ent of Fumess, of all his right in the advowson of the church of Milium. 
Witnesses : John, prior of Conished, W. de Boivill, vicar of Urswick, Edward de 
Comey, William, son of Hugo, Thomas de Trton, John de Mording, and Thomas 
Corbet. At Milium, 23 December. {Seal,) See AnpaL Fumes., 194.^ 



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158. S.D. [1260-1280.] Grant from Sir John de Huddleston (Hutlyston), lord 






of Milium, in Coupland, to the abbey and monks of Fumess, of all the land, as well / u t '^ 






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waste as arable, in Milium, described within certain bounds. Witnesses : Sir Alan 
de Penyngton, Sir Alan de Coupland, Sir Richard de Brocton, Alexander de Ejrkby^ 
William de Twaytis, and Hugh de Morisceby. (^Seal of arms of Sir John de 
Hodkaton,) 

159. A.D. 133{. Indenture between the abbot and convent of Fumess and John 
de Hodleston, son of Sir Richard de Hodleston, relative to the payment of 2«. 
yearly by the said John and his heirs to the said abbot and convent, as rectors of 
the parish church of Milium, in lieu of the tithe of fish caught in the fishery newly 
made by the said John near Houberghe; within the limits of the parish of Miilnm. 
At Fumess, on Monday the Feast of St Peter in Cathedra (22 February). Seal 
of arms of John de Hodleston,) 

160. S.D. [1175-1194.] Grant in frankahnoign, from William de Boivilla, to the 
monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all the land and ^ture of the Melis of Eirksantan, 
described by bounds, with the moiety of the fisheries of the water of Helupnl, with /^ i: 'i 
estovers in the grantor's wood of Kirksanton, and free suit to his mill there. Wit- 
nesses: William, son of Michael, and his brothers Daniel and Jordan, Roger, the 
parson of Eirkby, Alan de Peningtona, Roger, son of William de Kirkebi, Richard 
de Boinlla, Gilbert de Boivilla, Robert de Boivilla, and Philip le Noreis. {Seal,) 
See AnnaL Fumes., 127. i '. .7 ,. 

161. S.D. [1183-1194.] Grant and confirmation from Robert, son of William de 
Boivilla, to the abbey and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all the land and pasture 
of Eirksantan, described by bounds, which was given to the abbey by the said William, -^ 
with the moiety of the fisheries of the water ot Helnpul, and also the holm of Bjrk- 
santan^next to the grantor's garden, and ten acres of land, to wit, a '* sarta," which 
was of Simon, son of Orm, and next to the boundary between Milium and Eirksantan, 
with common of pasture at Eirksanton, and which were given to the monks by the 
grantor's father for the soul of Ralph de Boivilla, his brother, for the use of the poor 
m their secular infirmary, with estovers in the wood of Eirksantan, and free suit to 
his mill there. Witnesses: Henry, son of Arthur, Alan, son of Eetel, Anselm de 
Fumess, Roger de Eirkby, Alan de Penington, William de Morthing, William, son 
of Waltheof, Robert de Boivilla, and Philip Noreis. {Seal,) See Annal. Fumes., 127. 

162. S.D. [1183-1194.] Grant in frankalmoign, and confirmation by Robert de 
Boivilla, to the abbey and monks of Fumess, of the land and pasture of Melis, de- 
scribed by bounds, with the moiety of the fisheries of the water of Helevepul, granted .. 
to the said abbey by his father William, and estovers in his wood of Kirkesantan, 
and free suit to his mill of Eirkesantan. Witnesses: William, son of Michael, and 
Daniel and Jordan his brothers, Alan de Penigtona, Ro^, son of William de 
Eirkby, Roger, the parson of Eirkby, Richard de Boivilla, Gilbert de Boivilla, Robert 
de Boirilla, and Philip le Noreis. (Seal,) 

163. A.D. 1279. Release and quitclaim from Roger, son of Ralph de Hestholm 
(Estholm), to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all fight of common 
in the pasture called Meles in the vill of Eirksantan, described by bounds. On a 
writ of right, Roger had appealed his opponent to the wager of battle. Witnesses : 
Sir W., son of Thomas de Craystok, Sir Roger de Loncastria, Sir Thomas de 



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180 APPENDIX L TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 2. — Charters of the Dacby of Lancaster — continued. 

Muleton, Sir Roger de Laseeles, Sir Ralph de Daker, Sir Thomas de Musegrave, Sir 
Alan de Orretona, and Sir Robert de Mulcastre. At Appleby in Westmoreland, 
before the justices in ejrre, on Monday next after the Feast of St. John ante portam 
Latinam (8 May), 7 Edw. L (^Seal.) See Annal. Furnes., 224. ^\*^u^'-^ 

164. S.D. [1209-1210.] Charter from Aliz de Rumeli, daughter of William, son 
of Dunekan, by which she grants in frankalmoign, for the health of her soul and 

^ the souls of all her ancestors and successors and of her late husbands, Gilbert 
5 . •'>t^ Pippard and Robert de Curtenai, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fur- 
ness, all Borrowdale (Borcherdale), ^vith all liberties, easements, and appurtenances, 
described by bounds, beginning from Ashness beck (Eschenesbec), where it falls 
into Derwentwater, and ascendung t6 the summit of the hill which lies between 
Watendlathe and Borrowdale, &c., and free ingress, egress, and passage through all 
her barony of Airedale and Coupland. Witnesses : John, abbot of Calder, W., 
abbot of Holme, Druco, the chaplain, Robert, the chaplain of Cockermouth (Ko- 
kermu). Master John de Ripun, Henry, son of Arthur, Adam de Carliol, Aian de 
Kaldebec, Patrie, son of Patrick Brun, Adam de Derewentwater, John de Brigge- 
haim, Reginald the clerk, of Bumebu, Henry dc Milium, Richard de Marton, Alan 
de Penigtun, Robert the clerk, Robert de Boivilla, Philip le Norrais, Hamo de Or- 
grave, and John the parson of Kirkby-Lonsdale (Kirkebilonesdale). {Seal,^ See 
Annal. Fumes., 1 74. AiA.^c . 

165. A.D. 1396. Indenture of grant from brother John, the abbot and the con- 
vent of Fumess, to Master Thomas de Eskeheved, perpetual vicar of the church of 

£ Crosthwait, in the diocese of Carlisle, for his counsel and assistance, of an annual 
pension of 13s. 4</., issuing out of the abbot's grange of Borrowdale. Given at 
Fumess monastery, on the Idth of May. {Seal nearly destroyed.) 

• 166. A.D. 1397. Feoffment by Thomas de Berdesay to Elizabeth, widow of 
William de Penyngton, of the manors of Penyngton and Munkaster, and all the 
lands and tenements in Langler and le Melis and Gosforth which he had of the gift 
and feoffment of the aforesaid William ; to hold to the said Elizabeth for life, and 
after her death to remain to Alan de Penyngton and the heirs of his body, remainder 
to Richard de Kyrkeby, knight, and Richard, son of John de Hodilston, knight, and 
the heirs of their bodies, remainder to the right heirs of the aforesaid William de 
Penyngton for ever. Witnesses : Richard, son of Richard de Hodilston, WiUiam 
de Thwaytes, Richard de Irton, Nicholas de Stanelaw, and Alan de Caupland. At 
Millom, 20 May, 20 Richard II. {Seal.) 

167. A.D. 1399. Grant from Thomas de Berdissay to Alan de Penyngton, 
knight, in fee tail, of the lands and tenements in Borrowdale, that is to say, Gayts- 
hale and the Blakehall, with the reversion of la Birkis, which Thomas de Berdissay 
holds for term of life ; to hold to the said Alan and the heirs of his body; remainder 
to Sir Richard de Kirkeby, knight, and the heir of John de Hodeliston, and the 
heirs of their bodies, remainder to the right heirs of the aforesaid Alan for ever. 
At Borrowdale Milnegrund, on the Feast of St. Gregory the Pope, 22 Richard II. 
{Seal.} 

168. S.D. [1175-1199.] Grant from Ansellus de Furuesia to his nephew (nepoti) 
Alexander, the son of Ulfh, of the oxgang of land in the v-ill of Drigg (Dreg) 
nearest to the toft of Walter the Smith, viz., that held by John Bercarius, to hold of 
the grantor and his heirs in fee and inheritance and to grind at his mill of Drigg. 
Witnesses: Alan, sou of Ketel, Henry, son of William, Michael, son of Kelel, 
William, son of Hugh, RogerJ son of Eward, Hugh the chaplain, and Adam the rcve. 

. 169. S.D. [1201-1230.] Grant and quitcUiim from Alexander de Hytona to 
Thomas, son of John, in respect of an oxgang of land in the territory of Drigg 
(Dreg), which Anselm, the father of Isabel, wife of the said Thomas, gave to the 
said Alexander. Witnesses : Michael de Fumesio, Alan de Peningtona, William, 
son of Hugh, Roger, son of Eward, and Robert his son, Eward de Coruay, and John, 
son of Thomas. {Seal destroyed.) 

170. S.D. [1201-1230.] Grant in frankalmoign, from Thomas, son of John (for 
the Bonis of his ancestors and successors, and especially for his wife Isabel), to the 
chapel of St. Peter of Drigg (Dreg), of the oxgang of land which he booght from 
Alexander de Hytun, in the territory of Drigg. Witnesses : Sire John de Kirkeby, 
official of Richmond and Coupland, Sire William de Wirkington, dean of Coupland, 
Raudulf, the parson of Lamplugh (Lamplod), Henry, the parson of Hale, Nicholas, 
the parson of Cleator (Cleterhe), Henry, the chaplain of Drigg (Dreg), and Ricliard, 
the chaplain of Muncaster (Mulecastre). {Seal destroyed.) 

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DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBUO HECOBDS. 181 

No. 2. — Cbartera of the Duchy of Lancaster^-con^mi^, 

171. S.D. [123a-1246.] Letter from Thomas, son of William do Greystoke ' 
(Greistoc), knight, to the treasurer, sub-dean, and Thomas do A&sheby, canons of a» * U^ 1, 
Lincoln, the judges delegate from the apostolic see in a cause moved by John» 

rector of the church of Goseford, against the prior and canons of Conished (Conigis- 
heyid), touchinj^ the chapel of Drig, signifying to them that the writer, to whom 
the right of patronage of the said chapel pertained, had constituted brother Thomas, 
a canon of the house of Conished, his proctor to appear in the said cause. {Seal 
destroyed.) 

172. S.D. [1201-1230.] Grant from Adam de Milium, son of Henry, to the # 
monks of Fumess, of a toft and croft in the viU of Bootie (Botil), site described, /* ^ 73 
with allliberties and easements pertaining to the 'vill of Bootle. Witnesses: Jhomas, . 

parson of Bootie, Edward de Comay, Henry, son of John, Alexander de Hitun, and ' ^^ • 9"^ i 
Adam de Hitun. (Seai.) 

173. A.D. 1357. Revocation by Thomas de Morthyng of a feoffment for the uses 
of his will made to Sir John de Kirkeby, Christopher de Broughton, and Sir Thomas' 
de Broughton, of all his lands, rents, &c., in the counties of Cumberland and Lan- 
caster. 22 December, 30 Edw. III. (Cart. Miscell. III., 87.) 

Yorkshire. 

Nexchy, — Clapham, — Selside, — Eshton, — Souterscale. — Winterburn, — 

Flasby, 

174. S.D. [1160-1189.] Grant in frankalmoign from Waltheof, son of Edmund,' 
to the monks of St. Mary of Furness, of Newby (Neubi), in Yorkshire, described by 
boundaries, viz., from the cross by the water between Clapham and Newby as the / 
same falls into Crokebek, and thence a^ Crokebek fiiUs into Wenninga, and as /s^ J/ 
Kesedeua falls into Wenninga, and so down Kesedeua as far as the forest of Henry 

de Laci, and from the forest as &r as the middle of Bmnemor, and thence by Blabec, 
&c. &c. Witnesses : Helyas, son of Gamellus, Thomas, son of Suein (Suanus), 
Uctred de Houstwica, Ulf, son of Orm, and Dolfinus his brother, Uichard, son of 
Waltheof, William the clerk, of Depedale, Hugh, son of Waltheof, Adam the par- 
son, of Clapham (Clephaim), William, son of Theocha, Adam the clerk, of Kirckebi. 
{Seal.) See Aunal. Furnes., 147. 

175. S.D. [1160-1189.] Grant from Waltheof, son of Edmund, to the monks of 
Furness, of Newby, with its appurtenances. Witnesses : Thomn**, son of Suein 
(Suanus), H., son of Gamellus (Gamll), Walter de Fafingtun, and Kichard his son, 
William de Depedale, Ulf, son of Orm, Dolfinus, Geoffrey de Perci, and Adam the 
parson, of Clapham (Clapaim). (Cart. Miscell. I., 46.) 

176. S.D. [1160-1189.] Chirograph of a grant from Robert de Boivilla and his 
wife Margaret, and their son William, with his brothers, to the monks of St. Mary 
of Furness, of the moiety of Newby, which Waltheof, the son of Ethmund, gave to 
the said Robert in frank marriage with his daughter ; the monks to render 8s. at 
Whitsuntide, and when they took the land the monks gave six marks of silver and ' 
a gold ring to Margaret, the grantor's wife, for that the said land was her marriage 
portion. The grantor and his wife and children to have sepulture in the cemetery 
of the abb^y. Witnesses : John, the son of Puncun, and William his son, Daniel, 
the son of Michael, Hugh, the son of Efward, William Chorbet, William Brichwald, 
Gilbert, the parson of Dalton, Vccheman de Chertmel, and Simon his son, William, 
son of Waltheof, Uchtred, son of Gamellus, William de Benethani, Hn^h, son of 
Waltheof, William, son of Roger de Kyrchebi, and Roger his brother, Anchetil, sou 
of Roger, Peter de Kyrchesautun, Godiva, wife of William Brecwald, and Juliana 
her daughter, and Agnes, wife of Benedict de Fenintuna. {Sial destroyed.) See 
Annal. Fumes., 147. ' u^< (,.... 

177. S.D. [1160-1189.] Grant and confirmation by Waltheof , son of Edmund, 
to the monks of Furness, of the charter to the said monks of the moiot y of Newby, 
made by Robert de Bniville and Margaret his wife. Witnesses : Thomas, son of • 
Suanus de Iggeltona, Uctred, son of Gamel de Oustwica, Helyus> de Stiveton, Helyas 
de Steinford, and A(him, son of Meldred. {Seal destroyed.) t?eo Aunal. Fumes., 
p. Ixxxiii. 

178. S.D. [1188-1189.] Confirmation by Avice de I^n caster (Lone'), wife of 
Richard de Moreville, made with the atlvice and assent of William, her heir, of the 
grant of Newby, made to the monks of Furness, by Waltheof, son if Edmund* 
Witnesses : Helins de Stiveton, Thomas, son of Suanus, Uctivd dc Austwica, Mar- 



132 APPENDIX I. TO THE TfllETY-SIXTH REPOBT OP THE 
Na 2. — Charters of the Duchy of LancaBter — continued, 

fdlias, son of Michael Fleming (Flamangus), Gerard de Sedberch, William, son of 
Waltheof, and Richard and Hugh his brothers, Eljas, son of William de Depedale, 
Gilbert, son of Hugh, and Adam the clerk of Bartona. (Cart. Miscell. I., 76.) 

179. A.D. 1241. Release and quitclaim from Sara the prioress and the convent 
of Arthington to the abbot and convent of FurnesB, of certain specified lands ic 
Neuby, in Yorkshire, which were claimed by writ of right before Nicholas de Moles 

> and William de Midelton, sherififs of York. Witnesses : Robert de Lexington, 

^ • •-< 7 7 William de Culeworth, Jollandus de Nevill, Ralph de Snleiny, and Gamerius de 

Engajn, justices in Eyre^ sitting at York, Sir Richard de Percy, Robert de Dayyill, 

' Marmaduke Darel, Roger de Stapleton, Adam de Hilton, Jordan de Byngelay. In 

full county court on the morrow of St. Hiluy (14 January). (One teal.) 

180. A.D. 1214. Award made by the priors of Lancaster and C!artmel (Kertmel), 
in pursuance of a mandate (recited) from the Pope's Legate to them directed, in a 
dispute between the abbot and convent of Furness, and Robert Murdac, vicar of 
Clapham, touching the payment of tithes due to the church of Clapham, by the 
monks of Fumess, from their grange of Newby and from half a carucate of land 

* 1. ^ which they had of the gift of Helias de Stivetun in Clapham. Witnesses : John, 
"^ abbot of Fountains, John, prior of St. Andrew's, in York, T., prior of Gonished 
(Kuningesheved), Kicholas, dean of Lancaster, John, parson of Kyrkebi in Lones- 
dale, Master J. de Ripnn, R., parson of the church of Gairegraive, Thomas, the 
clerk, and Geoffrey Prince. At Fountains (Pontes), on the eve of the Assumption 
of the Virgin (1 4 August). ( Three seahy^f the Prior of Cartmel, Abbot pf Fvmeee, 
and Robert murdac^ 

181. S.D. [1189-1190.] Grant in frankalmoign from William de Moreville to 
the abbey of St. Mary and the monks of Fumess, of the pasture given to them by 
his father and mother, viz., Selsete (Selessete) and Birkwith (Bircwid), with the 
metes, bounds, and easements. Witnesses : Jocelin, bishop of Glaseow, Reiner, 

^ '<^- 7 ^ abbot of Melrose, Thomas, son of Swanus, Richard, son of Waltheo^ W^liam de 
' '' Kellet, Hugh, son of Waltheof, and Gilbert his son, Alan de Thirlestane, Vivian de 

Mulinas, Alan de Clepham, and Thomas, the clerk of Morlund. (^Seal of William 
de Morevilia.) See Annal. Fumes., 161. 

182. S.D. [1 198-1204.} Form agreed upon by authority of the general cnapter 
of the order, for the appointment of arbitrators in the cause between the abbots of 
Fumess and Jorevale touching the compositions of Selescte and Horton, before the 

^ abbots of Sallay and Dieulacres ; the arbitrators chosen being the abbot of Biland on 

*^ ' ' ' ,' the part of Jorevale, the abbot of Stanlaughe, near Chester, on the part of Fumess, 
and Richard, prior of Roche, on the part of the judges ; the right of final decision 
reserved if the award of the arbitrators should not be satisfactory'. The seals of the 
judges and arbiti*ator8, together with the seals of the abbots of Calder and Biland, are 
affixed. (^Portions of six sealt remaining,') 

183. S.D. [1198-1204.] Proceeding relative to the arbitration in the above cause 
, ^ . between the abbots of Furness and Jorevale relating to the pasture of Selesete and 

' ' Horton. (^SeaU destroyed.) 

184. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from William, son of Gervase de 
Fahton (Estona), to the abbey and monks of St. Mar^', of Furness, of two ozgangs 
of land in the vill and territory of Eshton (Estona), given to him by his brother 
Geoffrey, son of Gervase de Eshton, and one oxgang with the toft and croft which 
Alexander, son of Hu^ the dean, gave to him in the same vill, and also Thockemyre 
granted to the said William by John de Eshton, described by bounds. Witnesses : 
Eudo (Eudone) de Longovillari, John de Estona, Eustace de Rillestona, William 
Greyndeorge, Hugh de Flascebi, Richard de Caltona, and William, son of ArkilL 
(5ea/ destroyed.) See Annal. Fumes., 134. 

185. S.D. [1299-1303.] Grant from John de Eshton, son of Sir John de Eshton 
(Estona), to the abbot and monks of Fumess, of the lake of [Eshton or Eshton 
tarn] , with the fishing and other profits. Witnesses (among others) : Sir Thomas de 
Hauterive (Altaripa). Fragment only. {Portion of seal.) 

186. S.D. [1 188-1 216.] Grant in frankalmoign from Alizce, daughter of Elias de 
Rilleston, to the convent of Fumess, of the homage and service of Robert de Stiveton 
for certain lands (in W. York), viz., half a caracate of land in Therplandes, and two 
tofts and crofts in Crakow (Krakhav). Witnesses : Robert, prior of Bolton (Boh- 

^ helton), William de Stiveton, Peter Gylot, Eustace de Rilleston, William Grandorge, 
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187. A.D. 1250. Grant in frankalmoign from Alice de Stavelaj, daughter and 
heiress of Adam de Stavelay, and widow of Sir Ralph Fitz Henry, to the abhot and 
monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of all that her pasture of Southerscales (Suterscales), 
described by bounds, with covenant as to common by reason of vicinage. Wit- 
nesses : Nicholas, abbot of Calder, John, prior of Conished (Cunigheyed), Mar* ^' 
madnke Darel, William de Fomesio, and Thomas his brother, Alexander de Kyrkeby, 
John de Caunccfeld, Robert de Wath, Henry de Stamford, and Hugh de Mirewra, 
January. (Cart. Miscell. II., 16.) See Annal. Fumes., 214, 215. See also Box A. 
No. 887. 

188. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from William, son of William 
Graindorge, (for the health of his soul and the souls of his father and mother and all 
his ancestors and successors and of all the faithful,) to the abbey and monks of St. 
Mary of Fumess, of Winterburne, with all its appurtenances, described by bounds, y 
beginning from Frethburgestanes to Spottesdalam, and from Spottisdala to Freth- Vf / 3 v^» 
burgestaues, also the wood and pasture of Flashy to have in common, and 1 1 acres ^ ' 

of land in the field of Flashy in the two cultures called Langelandes and Thornheved, 
also one acre in the field of Flasby next to the territory of Winterburne under 
Amedif, as far as the land which William » son of John, gave to .the monks for the 
soul of Henry, his son, and other lands, site and particulars described. Witnesses : 
William, the prior of Cartmel, the prior of Clonished, Henry de Redeman, Michael 
de Aldingham, Andrew Lutcrel, Richard le Comer,) William de [Martonj|, Hug^ 
de Calton, William de Hertlington, William de Hebbedene, Roger de Kirkebi, Robert 
de Boivilla, Alan de Penigton, Philip le Norrais, Hugh de Flascebi, Robert de Bat- 
telaie, and Amald de Gairegrave. (5ea/.) See AnnaL Fumes., 187-189. 

189. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant m frankalmoign from William, son of William ^ 
Graindorge, to the abbey and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of Winterbnm, de« V , A ^ Jj 
scribed by bounds. Witnesses: William, the prior of Cartmel, and others. Duplicate 

of the preceding charter. {Seal destroyed.} 

190. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign by William Grayndorge, son of 
William Grayndorge, of Flasby, to the abbey and moiJcs of St. Mary of Fumess, of 
11 acres of land in the field of Flasby (Flacebi), in the two cultures called Langelan- 
dis de Thornheved, and all the land lying between Hestunebec, and the land given to 

the abbey by William, son of John, for the soul of Henry his son, in length and breadth / , - ^^ 
as far as Wandale upon Brocholeclif, and all Wandale as far as Estuneberuh, and all ^ ^ . s^ 
that Hestuneholm nearest to Winterbum, describc^d by bounds. Witnesses : Robert 
le Vavasur, William, son of Thomas, William de Stivetun, William de Martune, 
William, son of John, Helyas de Rillestun, Harsqui de Hetton (Hetuna), William, 
son of Edward, and Ralph, son of John. (Seal destroyed.) See Annal. Fumes., 188. 

191. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from William Greindeorge, son 
of William Greindeorge, to the abbey and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of the 
oxgang of land in the fields of Flasby (Flascebi), which William Belle held, near to / 
the three oxgangs given to the monks by the grantor's father ; and the toft and croft 
in the vill of Flasby between the toft of Hugh de Flascebi and the toft of the monks 
which Alan held. Witnesses : William di» Hebedone, Peter Gilloth, Robert de 
Percy, parson of Gargrave, Eustace de Rilleston, Richard de Calton, and Hugh de 
Flascebi. {Seai destroyed,) See Annal. Fumes., 182. 

192. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant from Hugh, son of Hugh de Flascebi, to Richard 
the carpenter and Beatrice his wife, sister of the said Hugh, confirming the grant of ' 
land in Flascebi made by Hugh, his father. Witnesses: John de Eston, William ' 
Graindorge, Eustace de Rilleston, Henry de Eyvill, Rainer de Soothorp, Richard, the 
clerk of Calton, Richard de Otterbum, John Bran, Robert, son of William, and 
Robert Cementer. ( Seal. ) 

193. S.D. [1188-1216.] Agreement between Hugh, son of William de Flascebi, 
and the abbot and monks of Fumess, whereby the said Hugh gave up to the said 
monks two oxgangs of land in the vill and fields of ilasby (Flascebi), held by his ^ 
mother, Raghenilda, in dower, the monks to find the necessaries for the said Raghe->' 
nilda during her life ; and if the land held by his father, William, shall come to the 
said Hugh during his mother's life, the third part shidl remain to the said monks. 
Witnesses: William Graindorge, Eustace de Rillestun, Elias de Hetton (Hetnn), 
Emald de Gairgrave, Simon, the clerk of Kirkebi, and Richard his brother. (Sea/ 
destroyed.) See Annal. Fumes., 133. 

194. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from William, son of John de ^ 
Flascebi (with the consent of Hugh, his son and heir), to the monks of St. Mary of 
Fumess, of certain lands in Flascebi. Witnesses: the lord abbot of Salleie, Adam 

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de Sallileie, William Gndndorge, Ralph de Eatune, Hi^h de Caltnn, Hanquid de 
Hetton (Heton), Elyaa de Rilleston, and Ralph, son of WiUiam. {Seal,) 

195. S.D. [1188-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from William, son of Jobnde 
Flascebi, with the conaent of Hugh, his heir, to the monks of St. Mary of Fnmess, of 
certain lands in Flascebi. Witnesses (among others) : William Greindoige, Ralph 
de Estune, Hugh de Caltnn, Harsqnidde Hetton (Heton), and Ralph, son of William. 

-'.'3 iPart of seal.) 

196. S.D. [1218-1226.] Release and quitclaim by Alice, sometime wife of William 
Graindorge, Imight, to the monks of Fnmess, of all and whatever right she had in the 
land whioi the said monks hold in the vill of Fhucebi. Witnesses: Hugh de Caltnn, 
Helyas, son of Harchwi of Hetton, William, son of William Graindorge, Hugh de 
Flasoeby, and Amald de Qargrave. (Sea/, " Sigill, Alide uxoria Will, Graindorge*'*) 

197. S.D. [1154-1181.] Confirmation by Roger, Archbishop of York, of the 
grants made to the abbey of Fumess, viz., by the charter of Earl Stephen and others, 
of Winterbum and the wood and pasture of Flashy by gift of William Graindeorge, 
and confirmation of Roger de Mulbrai, the lord of the fee. Witnesses : John Letoldi 
and Thomas de Reinesvilla, canons of York, Osbert Arundel, canon of Beverley, 
Roger and Henry, canons of the church of Ripon, William the chaplain, Peter de 
Carcasona, Lawrence and Alan, clerks of the lord archbishop, Master Robert, of 
the Hospital, Master Ralph de Bryttolio, Richard de Malesart, and Hugh de Chraua, 
clerks. (Cart MisceU. I., 74.) See Annal. Fumes., 149. 

198. A.D. 1318. Deed of sale from Henry Russell, the Jong's sub-escheator, in 
the West Riding, to Brother Robert Wydthebelles, convert of the house of Fumess, 
for 40s, paid in the abbot's name, of the year and waste of one messuage in Flasccby, 
which John, son of Peter de Flasscebi, who was hanged for felony, formerly held. 
At Skipton, in Craven, on Saturday next after the octaves of the Feast of the 
Purification (II February), 11 Edw. U. {Seal,) See Annal. Fumes., p. Ixxxii. 

199. A J). 1324. Grant from . . . . , son of Alice le Belamour de Flasceby, 
to the abbot and convent of Furness, of certain land in Flasceby. At Flasceby, on 
Sundhy next after the Feast of St. Lawrence (5 February), 17 Edw. II. 

Hetton. — Rilleston, 

200. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankahnoign by Walter de Archis, to the 
monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of four oxg^ngs oJP land in the vill of Hetton, vis., 
two which Udardus held, one which Joseph held, and the fourth which Roger 
Flamangus held ; with four tofts and crofts, site and particulars described, and 
common of pasture and estovers for the use of their farm of Wintcrbnrne ; free from 
all secular custom and demand, the monks to acquit the foreign service (fourteen 
oaracates computed to one knight's fee). Witnesses : Peter Gillot, Hugh de Caltun, 
William Graindorge, Hugh de Flasceby, Amald de Gairegrave, Simon de Kirkebi, 
and Richard, his brother. {Seal destroyed.) 

201. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Herbert de Archis, to the 
monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of four oxgangs of land, with three tofts and crofts, 
in the vill and fields of Hetton, contained in the charters of Walter de Archis and 
Wilinus de Archis, his brother ; and another oxgang of land, and common of pasture 
and estovers for the use of their fium of Winterbum, of the gift of Elias, son of 
Harsqui, and two acres upon Hungerhil, of the gift of Harsqm and confirmation 
of Elias; and three roods of land in Hetton, of the gift of Richard, son of 
Alan. Witnesses : Peter Gillette, Hugh de Calton, William de Hebbeden, William 
Graindorge, Simon de Kirkebi, and Richard his brother, Hugh de Flasceby, and 
Geoffiry de Estona. {Seal,) 

202. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Herbert de Arches, to the 
monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of four oxgangs of land in the vill and fields of 
Hetton, two of which Udardus held, one which Josep held, and the fourth which 
Roger Flamangus held, with three tofts and crofts, two of which Henry Colbayn held, 
and the third which Martinus held, gnmted and confirmed to the monks by Walter de 
Archis and Wilinus his brother ; also an oxgang of land in Hetton held by William 
de Thorp, and other lands, nite and particulars described, and common of pasture 
and estovers for the use of their farm at Winterbum. Witnesses : Peter Gyllot, 
Hugh de Calton, William de Hebeden, William Greindeorge, Simon de Kirkeby, 
and Richard his brother, and GeofiErey de Eyston. {Seal.) 

208. S.D. [1221.] Agreement for a demise by Sir Wilinus de Archis, to the 
monks of Fumess, of pasture in Hetton, and 40 loads of turf yearly fix)m the 
turbary of the same vill, for the use of their grange at Winterbum, for -20 years. 



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Witnesses (among others) : William de Hebeden, William Ertlington, and Richard 
deArchis. {SecU destroyed.) 

204. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Harscwi of 

Hetton, to the monks of Funess, of all his land in Cr&mbaker, lying between the ' . ^* ,-^ * 
land of Richard, son of Emma, and that of Simon his brother, and half an acre ^ 
between the land of Alan Copman, and Alan, son of Roger of Hetton, upon 
Mannehevedes, site described. Witnesses : William de Graindorge, John de 
Hestnn, Eustace de Rillestun, Richard de Calton, and Hugh de Flasceby. (^Seal,) 

205. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from [Helias, son of Harsqui], 
to the monks of Fumess, of two acres of land in Hettod, viz., one acre upon 
Cmmacre, lying between the land of Richard, son of Emma (Heme), and the lands 

of Simon his brother ; and another acre, the moict j of which lies upon Mannesheyed J. iV ^ 4 
between the land of Alan Ck>npman and the land of Alan, son of Roger, and the ' 

other moiety upon Gaytcelit which stretches to the ford towards Flascebi; and 
other lands in Hetton, site and particulars described. Witnesses : Peter Gillot, 
John de Estona, William Graindorge, Richard de Calton, Eustace de Rilleston, 
and Richard, son of Emma (Heme). {Seal.) 

206. SJ). [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Harsqui of 
Hetton, to the monks of Fumess, of an oxgang of land in the vill and fields of j 
Hetton, formerly held by William de Thorp, and other lands particularly described, j[ ^ ^ 
and common of pasture and turbary in Hetton. Witnesses : Peter Gilloth, Hugh 

de Kalton, William de Hebeden, William Greindorge, Eustace do Rilleston, John de 
Heston, and Symon de Kirkeby. {Seal. " Sigill. Heliefil, Harsqvi de Hetun.") 

207. S.D. [1181-1226.] Release and quitclaim from Helias, son of Henr}' of 

Hetton, to the abbey and monks of Furness, of all right in their tenement in Hetton. / f*^ ^ / 
Witnesses : Herbert de Harcheis, Eustace de Rileston, William Greindeorge, He^as ^ *• ^ 
de Hetton, Amald de Geyrgrave, and Richard, son of Emma. {Seal. ** Siffill. 
" Heliefil Henrid de Hetun.**) 

208. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helyas, son of Harswi of 
Hetton, to the abbey and monks of Fumess, of the two oxgangs of land, with the 
tofts and crofts, in the territory of Hetton, which the said monks held of the grantor 
for a term of 20 years, and before that were held by William de Merley. Wit- 
nesses: Brother Richard de Depedale, canon of Derham, William de Hebden, 
Eustace de RiUeston, William, son or Arkil, Robert de Boyvill, and William his son, 
and William Brani. {Seal.) 

209. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Harcwi of 
Hetton, to the abbey and monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of one acre of land in the 
territory of Hetton, to wit, in Gaytelih*, near that given to the said monks by Eustace, 
de Rilleston, and other land there particularly described. Witnesses : Eusstace de 
Rilleston, William Graindorge, John de Eston, Richard Hamerton, Hugh de Flasceby, 
William, son of Arkill, of Malham (Malhgun), and Richard, the clerk, of Otterburn 
(Oterbourne). {Seal destroyed.) 

210. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Harsqui of 
Hetton, to the monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of an ozgang of land in the vill of 
Hetton (Heton), which William de Thorp held with other tenements, and five acres 
in Hetton, viz., half an acre on Mannehevedes, two acres and a half on Langelandes ' 
and on Hungerhil, and two acres on Hegeavenames, and common of pasture and 
turbary for the use of their grange of Winterbunu Witnesses: Peter Gyllot, Hugh 
de Caltun, William de Hebden (Ebeden), William Greindeorge, Simon de Kirkebi, 
and Richard his brother. ( Seal.) 

211. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Ellas, son of Harsqui of 
Hetton, to the monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of lands in Hetton particularlv de- 
scribed. Witnesses: Peter GiUoht, Hugh de Calton, William de Ebbeden, William 
Greindeorge, Symon de Kirkeby, and Richard his brother. (Duplicate of the above.) 
{Seal destroyed.) 

212. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Harsqui of 
Hetton, to the monks of St. Mary of Furness, of all his arable land at Maristal, lying 
between the land of Alan Coupman and the land of Alan, the son of Roger, and all 
his arable land at Gkaystan on le Mire. Witnesses : Wilinus de Arches, William 
de Hebeden, William Greindorge, Eustace de Riliston, John do Heston, Hugh de 
Flasceby, Richard de Calton. {Seal.) 

218. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Elias, son of Harswi of 
Hetton, to the monks of St. Mary of Fumess, of an oxgang of land in Hetton, 

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which Alan, the son of Herdin, held, with the toft and croft and other appurtenances 
Witnesses : William Grevndorge, Eustace de Rilleston, John de Heston, and Wil- 
liam, eon of Archill. {Seal degtroyed.) 

214. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Harswi of 
Hetton« to the monks of St Hary of Fomess, of an acre of land in the territory of 
Hetton on Skeld, to wit, half an acre lying in the middle of Skeld, between the land 

' .' >^ C of Alan Copman and Alan, son of Roger, and the other half acre on the west side 
^ ^ of the said Skeld, between the land of the aforesaid Alan and Roger. Witnesses: 

Eustace de Rilleston, William Grain de Orge, John de Eston, Richard de Hamerton, 
Richard de Kirkby, and Hugh de Flasceby. {Seai.) 

215. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Arschui of 
Hetton, to the monks of St. Mary of Furness, of the moiety of a toft and lands in 
the vill of Hetton, site and particulars described. Witnesses : William Graindorge, 

' ^ Cf John de Eston, Eustace de Rilleston, Haruld de Gayregrave, Hugh de Flasceby, AUn 
Coupman, and Richard, son of Emma (Hemma). {Seal.) 

216. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helias, son of Harsqui of 
Hetton, to the monks of Furness, of certain land in Hetton particularly described, 
with common of pasture in Hetton, and turbary, to wit, 20 cartloads yearly for use 
of their farm of Winterbume. Witnesses: Peter Gillot, Hugh de Caltun, William 
(iraindorge, Hugh de Flascebi, Simon de Kirkby, and Richard his brother, and 
Richard, the son of Emma. {SeaL) 

217. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant from Helias, son of Harsqui of Hetton, to the 
abbot and monks of Furness, of lands in Hetton, described. Witnesses: Sir Eustace 
de Kllestnn, William de Graindorge, John de Eston, Richard de Hamerton, Richard 

^ (i de Kirkby, and Hugh de Flasceby. {Seal.) • 

218. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helyas, son of Harsqui, of 
Hetton, to the abbey and monks of Furness, of certain land in the territory of Hetton, 

^w ^ described. Witnesses (among others) : Peter Gillot, William Graindeorge, and 
^ *' Simon de Kirkby. {Seal.) 

219. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helyas, son of Harcswi of 
Hetton, to the abbey and monks of Furness, of Jands in Hetton, particularly described. 

' Witnesses : Wilinus de Archis, William Graindorae, Eustace de Rilleston, John de 
-; • "^ Eston, Hugh de Flascebi, and Alan Oaupman. {&al.) 

220. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant and confirmation from Roger de Montbegon 
(Monte Begonis) in frankalmoign, to the monks of St. Mary of Furness, of five 
oxgangs of land and three acres in the vill of Hetton (Hetuna), to wit, those which 

^ \ f Walter de Archis and Helias, son of Harsqui, gave to the said monks. Witnesses : 
Gilbert de Croft, Geoffrey Brito, Henry de Muggedene, William de Thanchrele, John 
Brito, Gilbert Blundel, Ralph Hachet, and Walter 0>cus. {Seal destroyed,) 

221. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant from Richard, son of Alan of Hetton, to the 
monks of St Mary of Furness, of two acres of land in the fields of Hetton, site and 

« J particulars described. Witnesses : Eustace de Rilleston, William Graindorge, Arnold 
de Gairgrave, Hugh de Flascebi, Richard de Caltun, Geoffrey de Eston. {SeeU 
« Sigill. Bicardus^jU. Em.") 

222. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard, son of Alan of 
Hetton, to the monks of St Mary of Furness, of the toft and croft in the vill of 
Hetton whiqh Emma his mother gave to Adam the clerk, and Mary her daughter in 
frankmarriage, with half an acre of arable land upon Micle-RoUand. Witnesses : 
William de Hebeden, Wilinus de Harchis, William Greindorge, Helyas de Hetton, 
Eustace de Rilleston, and Hugh de Flascebi. {Seal destroyed.) 

223. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant from Richard, son of Emma, of Hetton, to the 
monks of Furness, of the land in Hetton which Paulinus sometime held, site and 
particulars described. Witnesses : Hugh de Calton, William Graindorge, John de 
Eston, Eustace de Rilleston, Helyas de Hetton, Geoffrey de Eston, aad Amald de 
Gairegrave. {Seal ** Sigill. Ricardus,fil. Em.") 

224. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard, son of Emma, of 
Hetton, to the monks of Furness, of twenty loads of turf from the turbary of Hetton, 
to be taken yearly for sustaming the gate of the grange of Winterbum. Witnesses r 
William de Hebbeden, Wilinus de Archis, Eustace de Rilleston, William Greyndoiffe, 
and Helias de Hetton. {Seal " Sigill. Ricardus.JU. Em,") 






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S25. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant from Richard, son of Emma, of Hettou, to the 
monks of Furness, of half a carucate of land in die vill of Uetton which he held of 
Eustace de Rilleston, lying between the land of Helyas, son of Arscwi, and the land 
of Robert de Flasceby, and other land, the site described in Hetton. Witnesses: 
William de Stiyetun, William de Hebedene, Peter Gyllot, William Grayndorge, 
William, son of Arkil, and John de Heston. {Seal.) 

226. S.D. [1181-1226.] Grant from Richard, son of Enmia, of Hetton, to the 
abbey and monks of Furness, of a toft with the croft and buildings in the yill of 
Hetton which Geofiirey, son of Hylda, formerly held of the grantor, and two acres of a •■ ' -" 
land in the territory of Hetton, site and particulars described. Witnesses : William 

de Hebbeden, William Grayndorge, John de Eston, Richard de Kalton, Eustace de 
Rillestun, and William, son of Archil. {Portion of seal.) 

227. SJ). [1181-1226.] Grant from Richard, son of Alan, of Hetton (H^ton), . -^ 
to the abbey and monks of Furness, of three acres of arable land and mcAdow, at pC • ^ ^ 
Hungerfail, in the fields of Hetton. Witnesses : William Graindorge, John de 

Eston, Richard de Caltun, Eustace de Rillestun, Helyas de Hetton (Heton), Hugh 
de Flascebi, Geoffi-ey de Estun, Amald de Gairgrave. (Seo/.) 

228. S.D. [1199-1226.] Charter of quitclaim from Sir Thomas de Hauteriye 
(Alta Ripa), to the abbot and convent of Furness, of the foreign serhce^in respect of 

certain tenements in the vill of Hetton, given to the said abbey by the charters of ' ^ I '. 
Walter de Archis, Herbert, Thurstan, and Wylynus, ancestors of the said Thomas, ^ ^ 
he being their heir. Witnesses : Sir John de Eston, and Sir John Gylyote, knights, 
William de Marton, Everard Fauvel, William de Cestrunt, and John de Xieghes. 
iSeal.) 

229. A.D. 1267. Grant from Helyas, son and heir of Eustace de Rilleston, to the 
abbot and monks of Furness, of lands in the vill of Hetton, site and particulars des- 
cribed. Witnesses : Sir Henry de Percy, the elder. Sir Godfrey de Hauterive (Alta 
Ripa), Sir John his son, Sir John de Cansffeud, Helyas de Knol, Sire John his brother, 
parson of Giseburn, John de Bothelton, William of York (de Eboraco), John de Eston, 
Helyas de Otterbum, and William de Eatherton. At Furness in December. {Seal.) 

280. A.D. 1801. Indenture of an agreement made between the abbot and con- 
vent of Furness and William de Rilleston, lord of Rilleston, relative to common of / 
pasture in a certain plot in Rilleston claimed by the said monks as pertaining to ^ 
their freehold in Hetton by grant from Eustace de Rilleston, lord of Rilleston ; the 
said William may inclose a certain parcel of the said plot by metes and bounds, the 
cattle of the monks not to be impounded for trespass thereon in default of sufficient 
fences. Furness abbey, on the feast of St. Lawrence, 29 Edw. I. {Seal.) 

York. — Gar grave. — Stancliffand Friendless. 

281. S.D. [1281-1235.] Grant from Simon the tailor (Talliator) of York, and 
his wife Agnes, to the convent of Furness, of certain land in York. Witnesses : / 
Richard Bagun, William Greindeorge, William de Stivetun, and Reiner his brother, /, 
Nicholas de Buggetorp, David de Poppeltun, Richard Fossard, provost (praepositus) 
of York, Richard Sauvage, Adam de Seliffelde, Robert the clerk, son of William 
Bunchemoder, and Henry Partut. {Tvoo seals.) See Annal. Fames., 197. 

282. A.D. 1287. Release and quitclaim by John, son of Thomas Palmer (Palma- 
rius), and Thomas le Grant, citizen of York, to the monks of St. Mary of Furness of 
all right which Cecilia, daughter of Emma, sister of Thomas, son of Ketel, had in a / 
toft, with appurtenances, in the suburbs of the city of York, which Simon le Grene *' 
and Agnes his wife sometime held. Witnesses (among others) : William de 
Lonum, archdeacon of Durham, the mayor of the city of York, John de Warthill, 
and John Blundus. At York, on the Feast of the Martyrs Marcellin and Peter 
(2 June) . ( One seal only remaining.) 

288. S.D. [1281.] Obligation by Gregory de Burton to pay to Robert (de Den- 
ton), the abbot and the monks of Furness before a certain day m the year 1281, and 
annually a rent of 4«., and in default 10 marks of silver owed by him to the convent, * 
and 8 marks of silver, nomine pcense, to the ifabrick ** migoris ecdesis Eborum." 
Pledges and witnesses : William, son of Arkill, Adam de Mirewtas, Richard de 
Tortun, ajid William de Eettilsmor. {Seal.) 

234. S.D. [1281-1250.] Acknowledgment by Gregory de Burton that he and his 
heirs are bound to pay to the convent of Furness an annual rent of I2d. for the toft « , 
of WiUiam Smith (Faber) in the vill of . . . . '^tnesses : Roger de Staple- 



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188 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH BEPORT OF THE 

No. 2. — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — oontinueeL 

ton, Eustace de Rilleston, WiDiam de Tunstall, Thomas de Depestal, and John de 
Cantsfeld. (^Portion of seal,) 

235. A J). 1362. Release from the chapter of York cathedral to the abhej and 
monks of Fumess of a bond in consideration of an annuit j to be paid by the said 
abbey to John de Fulford, keeper of the altar of St. Michael in the cathedraL 
r - '' York, 1 March, 37 Edw. ni. 

S36. A.D. ..... Indenture of agreement between John Ftokar, vicar of the 

parish church of Gayrgrave in Crayen, of the one part, and the abbot and conyent 
^ ^ ^ of Famesa of the other part, in a controversy touching the tithes of the vicarage. 
^ «; 3 ^ At Fumess, 2 February. (^Stais deMtroytdJ) 

237. A.D. 1418. The King's mandate to Sir Henry de Hoghton, kt., bailiff of 
Stancliff wapentake and Friendless wapentake in the county m York, to allow the 
abbot of Fumess, of the order of Cistertians, to appoint his attomies, and with other 

f ■ ^i I liberties, in the courts of the said wapentakes, according to the King's concession 
/- ^ ^ * made in the preceding Parliament (Parliament Rolls, voL III., p. 657 b.) to the 
said abbot, as before commanded. At Westminster, 19 October, 14 Hen. IV. 
(Sea/ torn off,) See Annal. Fumes., 282-3. 

lBBLAia>. 

Beaubeck. — Marinerstawn, — Drogheda, — Colp. — Killcam. 

238. S.D. [1199-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from Walter de Lascy to the 
church of St. Mary and St. Lawrence and the monks of Beaubeck (de Bello Becco) 
of all his demesne of the carucates in the viU of Gillekeran as fully as he held the 
same before he was disseised by King John ; he also grants for the health of his 

/^ y ^ soul and the souls of Margery, his wife, and of all his ancestors and successors, all 
'^ the land which the native Irish and the English (Betani et Anflici) held in the vill 

of Gillekeran for the yearly rent of 4/. sterling, and likewise one burgage in Mariners- 
town (villa Marineri), with liberty to have one boat for their own use free of all tolL 
Witnesses : Margery de Lascy, William de Mamis', Robert Salvage, William 
Bylun, Nicholas de Ebroicis (Ebr'), Richard de Windesour, William the clerk, 
Walter Joye, Adam Dachet, and William Haket. (^Seal) 

239. A J). 1236. Grant in frankalmoign from Walter de Lacy, Lord of Meath, to 
the abbot and monks of St. Mary of Fumess (for the health of the souls of Margery 
de Lacy, his wife, his son Gilbert de Lacy, and his ancestors and successors) of divers 

^, n, lands and tenements in Marinerstown (villa de Mariners) particularly described. 
Witnesses : Richard de la Comer', bishop of Meath, Nicholas de Ebroic', Almar* de 
Lacy, Richard de Fey, and William and Robert his brothers, Simon de Tylleshopp, 
Faulinus le Cornewall, Philip de Wichecot', Robert le Wal', and William de Ponte, 
clerk. In the month of December. (^Portion of seed.) 

240. S.D. [1188-1209.] Charter of Theobald Walter (Theobaldus Walteri) 
testifying that the eleemosinary charter which he made to the monks who removed 
out of Fumess, of lands in the cantred of Wuoethenitathelan and Wuoethenifeman, 
was the first he made of any donation in that cantred. (Cart. MisceU. II., 43.) See 
Annal. Fumes., 157. 

241. S.D. [1193-1198.] Grant in frankalmoign by William de C^huneilli, arch- 
deacon of Richmond, to the abbot and monks of Wyersdale, of the church of St. 
Michael-on-Wyre (super Wirum), on the presentation of Theobald Walter ; the monks 
to assign a vicar with a sufficient portion. Witnesses : H. (Hubert Walter) Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, H. (Hugh) bishop of Coventiy, Theobald Walter, Ranulph, 
treasurer of Samm, (Gilbert de Kentewell, and Simon de Camera. (Cart. Miscell. 
I., 6.) 

242. S.D. [1180-1200.] Notification by B., abbot of CJtteaux, and the General 
Chapter of the Cistertian order, that the controversy between the houses of Fnmesa 

. , and Combe (Cimiba) relative to the possession of the place called Ynes (Iniscourcy), 
' ,' in Ireland, had been settled in £Eivour of the abbey of Fumess, by the mediation of the 
abbots of the order, namely, W. de Fountains, R. de Hoyr,R. de Kursest, J. de Parco, 
P. de Coggehal', S. de Valle Dei, and Osm' de Rupe. (^Portion of seal,) 

243. A.D. 1335. Letter from brother Peter, prior of the monastery of St. Edmund 
of Athassel (Athissel), in the diocese of Cashel, conservator deputed by the apostolic 
see of the privileges granted to the religious houses of the Cistertian order, addressed 
to the abbots of Mellifont and fiective (de Beatitudine), requiring them to prohibit 
Richard Goderiche, procurator of the prior and convent of Lanthony prime, and ad* 
ministrator of the house of Colpe, from molesting the procurators of the abbots of 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECOBDS. 189 

No. 2. — Charters of the Dachj of Lancaster — continued, 

Beanbeck in Nonaandy and Forness in England, in the collection of the small titkea 
of their vill or manor of Kilkeran. At Cawel, on ISth of Jnne. {Portion of seal,) 
See also Box A., No. 404, and Annal. Fumes., 260. 

244. S.D. Grant in frankalmoign from Adam de Whitcastle (Albo Castello), 
■ with the assent of Annaise his wife, to the abbot and conyent of Fnmess, ol 
the half burgage of land in the town of Drogheda, on the part of Meath, which he ' 
had of the gift of Adam, the chaplain of Aderde, lying between the land of Adam " 
Magot towards the north, and the land of Richai^d de Aderde towards the south ; 
i^ndering yearly to the heirs of Roger de Henley and to the infirm of the hospital 
of St. John in the same town 3«. of silver. Witnesses (among others) : Hugh B^, 
the steward, Thomas Arundel, William de Kerthmel, William de Dunfres, Adam de 
Ardkeo, Richard de Aderde and Nicholas, son of John, the reves. (^SecU.) 

S45. A.D. 1386. Deed of release and quitclaim by Richard de Preston, bnrgeM 
of Drogheda, to Robert Normannd and lAwrenoe Russell, of all hia right in two 
shops in Drogheda on the side of Meath (ex parte Midie), the site described. Wit- / ''. 
nesses (among others) : William de Preston, Roger de Preston, William Messager, 
Philip Roche, and John de Wilton. At Drogheda, on the Feast of St. Jamea (25 
July), 10 Edw. UI. {Seal.') 

246. A.D. 1338. Release and quitclaim by Robert Normaund to the abbot and 
convent of Fumess, of all his rifht in the two shops in Drogheda, as above. At . 
l>rogheda, on the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Ba)»tist (24 June), 12 Edw. IIL 
iSeal,) 

247. A.D. 1388. Release and (quitclaim by Lawrence Russell, to the abbot and 
convent of Fumess, of all his right m two shops in the viU of Drogheda on the side 
of Meath (site described). Witnesses: John Prene, the steward of Drogheda, 
Richard de Preston, Philip Rooche, John de Wilton, and Richard, son of William le 
Messager. At Drogheda, 11 June, 12 Edw. III. (Cart. MiscelL II., 38.) 

248. S.D. [circa 1338.] Release and quitclaim by Lawrence Russell, to the abbot 

and convent of Fumess, of all his right in two shops in the town of Drogheda on the ^ A 

side of Meath, sometime belonging to Nicholas de Dnndalk (site described). Wit- / 

nesses: John de Wilton, steward of Drogheda, Richard de Preston, Richard le 
Messager, Adam Tillour, and Robert Oure. (Seal,) 

249. S.D. [circa 1338.] Release and quitclaim by Robert Normannd, to the abbot ^ . i' '/ 
and convent of Fumess, of the two shops which belonged to Nicholas de Dnndalk, in 
Drogheda on the side of Meath, the site described. (Seal.) 

250. A.D. 1339. Acknowledgment by Henry Giraudun, merchant of Drogheda, 

of having received on loan from the abbot and convent of Fumess the sum of 44/. 7«. i » i • 
sterling, the repayment being secured on divers rents from certain tenements, par- / I ' ' «' - 
ticularly described, in Drogheda, on the side of Uriel (ex parte Uriel), for term of 
14 years, or until repayment of the loan. 1 July, 13 Edw. III. (Portion of seal 
of the " Prcepositura " of Drogheda,) 

851. A.D. 1351. Grant in frankalmoign from John Gibbes, John Sonde, of Beau- 
beck, the elder, and Richard Spenser, to the abbot and monks of Fumess, of three 
messuages in Drogheda on the part of Louth, lying together in le West Street, be- ' 
tween the tenement of the abbot and convent of Mellifont on the east, and the lane 
leading to the grammar schools on the west, and extending from the highway on the 
north to the bed of the water of Boyne. Witnesses (among others) : Robert atte 
Watre, mayor of Drogheda, Adam Drake, and Heniy Palmer, bailiffs of the same 
town, and Rober Bryan. At Drogheda, 16 July, 25 Edw. III. (Two out of three 
aeals remaining,) 

252. A.D. 1376. Release from Richard de Preston, of Beanbeck (Beubek), of all * 
manner of actions against the abbot and convent of Fumess. At Drogheda, on 
Monday, the morrow of the Holy Trinity (9 June), HO Edw. m. (Seal,) 

263. A.D. 1803. Release and quitclaim from Robert de Wileby, citizen of Dublin, 
to the abbot and convent of Fumess, of all his right in 40 acres of land in Colp, which r 
he had from William Whyterel; son of Sir Robert Whyterel. Witnesses (among » 
others): Sir Nicholas de NeterviUe, Sir John de Clifford, Sir Robert de Ouys, and 
Sir Joim Fiti Ririth, knights. At Dublin, on the eve of St. Edmund, King and 
Martyr (19 November), 31 Edw. I. (Seal.) 

254. A.D. 1304. Grant from William, son of Sir Robert Whyterel, to Robert de / 
Wileby, citizen of Dublin, of a tenement in Colp for the use of the abbey of Fumess. ^ 
Witnesses : Sir Nicholas de Nettervill, Sir John de Clifford, Sir Robert de Cmys, 



190 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 2. — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

Sir John Fitz Kirith, Angnstinas de Nottingham, Master John de Nynch, Nicholas 
de Cusak, and Richard Bardiz. 14 Janoary, 32 £dw. I. {Seal.) 

255. A.D. 1389. Release and quitclaim by William de la Corner*, to John Bolton, 
the abbot and the convent of St. Mary of Fumess, of all his right in a carucate of 
land in Beaubeck, wjiich the said WUUam claimed as parcel of nis manor of Platyn. 
16th June, 12 Ricliard II. (Cart. Miscell. II., 37.) 

Isle of Man, 

956. SJ). [1134-1139.] Letter from Olaf, King of Man (rex Insulamm), wherein 
he directs that the bishops of Man and the Isles shall be chosen in the church of St. 
Mary of Fumess, and he confirms his gift of a piece of land to construct an abbey. 
Witnesses: Eudo, the abbot, Gill., the prior, W., the monk WliUion and Hugh, 
priests, Tnrkil, son of Fohgel, John, son of Macmars, Gill., Fin, and Snetol, son of 
Cutel. At Hou Ingren. (Cart. Miscell. I., 30.) 

257. S.D. [circa 1154.1 Similar privilege granted to the monks of Fumess, by 
Godred, King of Man. (ibid,) 

258. S.D. [1188-1190.] Confirmation by Reginald, King of Man, of the 
privileges granted to the said Fmonks of Fumess, by his grandfiither and father. 
Witnesses: Joscelin, abbot ^ of Rushin, Deremod, the archdeacon, Rothericus, the 
King's brother, Cospatric, son of Henry, Melcolmus, the chaplain, Dovenaldus, son of 
Kerald, William, the chaplain of Dalton, and John de Ripun. (iiuf .) 

259. S.D. [1203-1213.] Charter of assent given by Alan, the abbot, and the 
convent of Rushin (Russin), in Man, to the election made by the prior and convent 
of Fumess, of Nicholas, their abbot to be bishop of Man (in pastorem episcopatus 
Insulani), subscribed and consented to by Dcrmod, archdeacon of Man, William of 
York, prior of Rushin, and W., Martinus, Marianus, Guthmimd, and Thorald, monks 
of Man. (^Seal destroyed. ) 

260. S. D. [1203-1217.] Confirmation by Nicholas, bishop of Sodor (Insulamm 
episcopus), of the privilege of choosing the bishop of the Isles, of which the episcopal 
see is called Sodor, as conferred on the monks of St. Mary of Fumess by the Kings of 
Man. Witnesses: John, the abbot of Calder (Caldra), W., the prior of Cartmel, T., 
the prior of Conished, Roger, the parson of Kirkeby Ireleth, and John, the parson of 
Kirkby Lonsdale. (Cart Miscell, I., 30.) 

261. S.D. [1142-1183.] Grant in frankalmoign from Benedict de Penigtona, and 
Meldred, his brother, for the health of their souls, and the souls of their ancestors and 
successors, to the monks of St. Mary of Man, of the land of the moor of Skeldhou, 
described by bounds ; the monks to do only " servitipm fbrense." Witnesses: 
Roger, the prior of Fumess, Ivo, the dean of Coupland, Adam, the parson of Milium, 
Robert, the priest of Punzunebi, William de Essebi, Johh Fitz Ponce (filius Pontii), 
and William, his son, Efward, son of Ulf, and Ketel, his brother, Richer Fitz Ponce 
(Ric* filius Pontii), Hugh, son of Efward, Alan, son of Ketel, and William Lugbriht. 
(^Seal destroyed.) 

262. S.D. [1142-1183.] Grant in frankalmoign from Arthur, son of Godard, to 
the monks of bt. Mary of Man, confirming the donation made to them by Benedict de 
Penitona, of the land of the moor of Skeldhou, by the bounds contained in the charter 
of the said Benedict, free from all service except "servitium forense.*' Witnesses: 
Hardred (Hardreus), abbot of Calder (Caldra), Roger, the prior of Fumess, Ivo, the 
dean [of Coupland], Benedict de Milium, Robert, the priest of Poucioneby, John 
Fitz Ponce (fiUus Pontii), and William his son, Efward, son of Ulf, and Ketel his 
brother, Richenis Fitz Ponce (filius Pontii), Hugh, son of Efwanl, Alan, son of 

Ketel, William Lugbright, Rannlph de and de Orgrave. (Cart. 

Miscell. II., II.) 

263. S.D. [1274-1286.] Charter of release and quitclaim by the abbot and 
convent of Rushin (Russyn) in Man, for settlement of the question raised between 
the said convent, and Sir Alan, son of Sir Richard de Couplaiid, Robert de Singilton, 
and Christiana his wife, William de Waythebuthuait, and Idonea his wife, Thomas de 
Midelton, and Isabella his wife, Hugh de Mitton, and Joan his wife, touching the 
land of the moor of Schelhou (or Skeldhou), in the vill of Breteby, acknowledged 
to be the right and inheritance of the said Alan and the others, as that which the 
ancestor of the said Alan, had of the gift of the abbot* s predecessors. Witnesses: 
Sir Thomas, son of Sir Thomas de Moleton, Sir John de Hodeleston, Sir Gilbert 
de Colewen, sheriff of Cumberland, Sir Henry de Lee, sheriff of Lancashire, Sir 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 191 

No. 2. — Chlkrters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

Robert de Haverington, Sir Richard le Fleming, knights, William de Morthing, 
William de Thuaites, and John Corbet. (Cart MisoeU. II., 35.) 

Priviieges. 

264. S.D. [1256.] Letters from Nicholas, archbishop of Armagh, and primate 
of Ireland, reciting the letters of confirmation by Pope Alexander lY., dated at * 
Lateran, 5 Ides of February (9 Feb.) in the 2nd year of his pontificate, to the^' . $ f ^ 
abbot of Citeanx and all abbots and convents of the Cistertian order, of the privilege 

of exemption from attending any synods or forensic assemblies, except for the faith 
only. {Seal.) 

265. A.D. 1844. Transmnpt by the official of the court of York, of the bnll of 
Pope Urban III., of privileges to the monks of the Cistertian Order, presented for 
inspection by John Munkesgate, clerk, proctor of the abbot and convent of Fumess, 
on 14th May, Indiction XII«, in the 2nd year of the pontificate of Pope Clement VI. 
(Cart Miscell. m., 62.) 

266. AJ). 1344. Transampt by the official of the court of York, of the boll of 
Pope Boniface VIII., dated at Lateran, 15 Eal. Jan. (18 December) in the 8th 
year of his pontificate, A.D. 1802, of privileges to the. abbots and monks of the 
Cistertian order, presented for inspection by John Munkesgate, clerk, proctor of the 
abbot and convent of Fumess, on the 14th of May, Inmction XII., in the 2nd 
year of the pontificate of Pope Clement VI. (Cart. Miscell. II., 8.) 

267. A.D. 1344. Transumpt by the official of the court of York, of tike bull of 
Pope Innocent IV., dated 7 Idus Julii (9 July), in the 9th year of his pontificate, 
of privileges to the abbots and monks of the Cistertian order, presented for inspection 
by John Munkesffate, clerk, proctor of the abbot and convent of Furness, on 24th 
Sieptember, Indiction XIII., in the Srd year of the pontificate of Pope Clement VI. 
(Cart. MisceU. 1L, 29.) 

268. A.D. 1407. Decree of the general chapter of the Cistertian order, held at 
Combe Abbey, on 23rd May, under the presidency of abbots John of Waverley, 
William of Fumess, John of Thame, and John of Kirkstall, touching certain 
ordinances and definitions (diffinitiones) there moved ; among others, as to the / ^ 
assumption by any monk or convert of the order of any office at the prayer or / 
instance of secular persons ; as to the baptizing of infants by any monk or convert ; 
falsifying the seal of any abbot or convent ; on the supplication of the lord abbot of 
Fumess, the chapter decrees that mass to the Virgin Mary may be daily celebrated in ' 

the choir of Fumess monastery, and that all the abbots present at tbis chapter have the 
power of granting absolution, &c. [Portion of the seal,) See Annal. Fumes., pp. 
93, 4, 5. 

269. A.D. 1508. Notarial instrument by Thomas Dalby, archdeacon of Rich- 
mond, reciting the bull of Pope Innocent VIII., made in favour of the abbies and 
convents of the Cistercian order, and of Laurence, abbot of the monastery of St 
Mary of Fumess, and dated at St Peter's, Rome, pridie Idus Septembris (12 Sep* 
tember), in the 1st year of his pontificate, 1484 ; presented for inspection by the proctor 
of Alexander, abbot of Fumess, on the 9th of May, Indiction XI., in the 5th year of 
the pontificate of Pope Julius U. (Cart Miscell. II., 37.) 

Induloenoes, or remission of the 40 days* pei^mcc, granted by the following 
Bishops to sdl persons in their several dioceses attending the churches and 
cbapels pertaining to the monastery of Fumess, to hear the preaching of the 
wo^ of Qod, or who shall in any way be benefactors to the said monastery, 
namely: — 

270. A.D. 1314. From Thomas, Bishop of Whithem. Given at Fumess Abbey .. : . ' C , 
on 6th Kalends of August (27 July), in the 20th year of his pontificate. (^Seal,) 

(See also Box A. 408.) ^ 

271. A.D. 1836. From John, Bishop pf Cork. Given in the monastery of Savallo, Jf\, S'^ ' 
15 June. (Sea/ destroyed,) 

272. AJ). 1336. From Richard, Bishop of Durham. Given in the monastery of 
Gseney on the Feast of St. Matthias the AposUe (25 February), in the 4th year of > 
his consecration, AJD. 1336. {Portion of seal,) 

273. A.D. 1341. From Ralph, Bishop of London. Given at London, 5th Ides of . 
May (11 May), in the 2nd year of his consecration. {Seal,) 

274. A.D. 1344. From Richard, Bishop of Emly. Given at the abbey of Wethe- . 
nay, 20 June. {Portion of seal,) 



192 APPEl^IX L TO THE THIBTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 2. — Charters of the Duchj of Lancaster — coatinued. 

274*. A.D. 1844. From William, AichbiBhop of York. Given at Thorpe, on 
^ ^* • 'v Thursday, the Feast of the Annonoiation (25 March), in the 4th year of his pon- 
tificate. {Portion of seal, ^ 

275. A.D. 1344. From Thomas, Kshop of Lincohi. Given at Sedbnrgh, on the 
- ^ Ides of December (IS December), in the 8rd year of his consecration. (&a/ 

destroyed.^ 

276. A.D. 1345. From Brother John Paschal, oonseerated sofifragan Bishop by 
^ papal authority of William, Archbishop of York. Given at York, on the 7to 

^ cy 5 Kalends of November (26 October), in the 2nd year of his consecration. {Portion 
of seal.y 

277. A.D. 1345. From Brother Thomas, Bishop of Besan^on (Crisopolitanensis). 
Given in Fumess monastery, 25 August, in the 3rd year of his pontificate. (Small 
portion of seal,) 









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MiscellaneotAS. 



278. S.D. [1295-1325.] Letter to the abbot of Fumess, from John de Hastings, 
lord of Bergavenny, respecting the payment of 100 marks owed by the abbot ito 

-» the Bishop of Durham. {Seal cut off,) 

279. A.D. 1417. Release by Thomas de Cawpeland, late a servant of the abbot 
and convent of Fumess, of all actions, claims, and demands whatsoever against the 
said abbey. At Fumess monastery, 25 July, 5 Henry V. {Seal,) 



Carthkl Priory. 



280. S.D. [1225*1245.] Grant in perpetuity from Richard de Coupland to his 
son, Peter de Coupland, for his homage and free service, of all his land in Cartmel 
(Kertmel), as well in demesne as in service, to wit, in Newton (Neutona), and in 
Allithwaite (Alefthuayth) ; and the said Richard grants to his said son all the 
laud which he bought from William, son of William de Asmnnderlauhe, in the vill 

./ of Newton, to hold of the grantor and his heirs in fee and inheritance. Witnesses: 
Sir Matthew de Redeman, Sir William de Dunstal, Simon de Broughton (Broctona), 
William de Asmunderlauhe, William, son of Simon, Michael de Haverington, 
Alexander le Waleys, John de Waletona, and Thomas de Winderghe. {Seal), 

281. A.D. 1245. Grant in frankalmoign firom Peter, son of Richard de Coupland, 
to the canons of St Mary of Cartmel (Kermel), of all his land of Cartmel, as well 
within the township (villulam) of Newton as without, and all his land called Fleming- 
feld which Robert Serjeant (serviens) and Elias de Burgo held of the grantor at 
farm ; rendering yearly from the land of Flemingfeld to the house of Conished 
(Kunisheved) two marks for ever. Witnesses : Sir Matthew de Rideman, and 
Thomas his brother, Baldwin de Dnnigton, Adam Blundus, Ralph de Berdesay, 
Adam, son of William, and ^imon his bro&er, Robert de Denet, Alexander le Waleys 
(Walensis), and William his brother, John de Celar*, Robert Seijeant (serviens), 
and Elias de Burgo. At Newton, 21 November, 30 Henry in. {Seal,) 

282. S.D. [1272-1278.] Agreement between the prior and canons of Cartmel 
(Kertmel) and Sir Alan de Coupland, by which the said Alan, for the health of his 
soul and the soul of his wife, releases to the said prior and canons the homage, ser- 

' , vice, and rent due for the lands which they had of the gift of Peter de Coupland, and 
« s ' confirmation of the said Alan, in Newton (Newtona), called Flemmingfield in Alli- 
thwaite (Alyphtwait) in Cartmel, granting diat they shall hold all the aforesaid lands in 
frankalmoign ; and the said prior and canons release to the saidAlan and his heirs the 
rent, homage, and service of the 8 acres of land and 3 acres of wood which he held of 
them in Whittington (Qwitington). Witnesses: Sir John de Eirkeby, Sir Richard de 
Broughton (Brochtona), Sir Alan de Penitona, and Sir Richard le Flemming, knights, 
Alan de Tours (Turribus), Walter de Asemunderlauwe, John de Waltona, John de 
Hamefiel, William de Eellet, and Richard his son, Alexander, son of John de Wal- 
tona, and William de Waltona. {Seal.) 

283. S.D. [1230-1246.] Grant in frankalmoign from Adam, son of Gilbert de 
Bothelton, to the church and regular canons of Cartmel (Eermel), of the toft and 
croft which were of his brother Thomas, being one acre of arable land, with all 
easements pertaining to the vill of Bolton (Bothelton). Witnesses : Henry de 
Bythum, Adam de Urswic, Adam de Grefbolm, Elias de Thronbra^', Ralph de 
Berdesay, Sunon and Ralph de Bothelton. {Seal destroyed,) 



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No. 2«— Charters of the Duchy of Laacaster — coniinuefL 

CoNiSHBD Priory. 
Lancashire. 
Overton,-^ Ulverston. — Torver, — Allitkwaiie. 

284. 8 J). [1220.] Decree in favour of the prior and canons of ConiBhed (Cunig- ^. 3 A^3 
heved), as to their right to the church of Overton against J. de Rumeli, clerk, 
niqustiy detaining possession of the said church| made hj the priors of the Holy 

Trinity, of St. Andrew, and of St. Mary of York, constituted judges delegate by the 
authority of Pope Honorius III., dated on the 8th Slalends of October (24 Septem- 
ber), in the 5th year of his pontificate. (^Seal destroyed,) 

285. S.D. [1272-1278.] Chirograph of a grant from Lawrence fitz Richard, 

knight, made with the consent of John, his son and heir, to Brother Thomas, the ' *■ ' ri 
prior, and the canons of the church of St. Mary of Conished (for the souls of Sir ^ -^ ^ ^ 
William de Lancaster and Agnes his wife, and all their ancestors and successors, and 
for the souls of the said Lawrence and Helen his wife), of a certain part of his land, 
with the waste within the same land, lying on Oartschou, in the Till of Ulverston 
(Ulyeston), near the land of the said prior and canons, described by bounds ; the 
said prior and canons and their successors to find a chaplain to celebrate at Conished 
for ever, for the souls of the said William and Agnes and the others, as above. Wit- 
nesses: Sir John de Kyrkeby, Alan de Tours, Walter de Asmunderlaw, Adam de 
Nettelslac, Roger de (Joupland, John de Hoton, and William de Hoton. (7W 
Meals.') 

286. S.D. [1327-1844.] Grant from John, the prior and the convent of Conished, 
to Roger the tailor (cissor) of Little Comey, and Gena, his wife, of a tenement called 
Raynestwayt in the hamlet of Forbitwait, in the vill of Ulverston, for term of their 
Uvea, suit at the prior's mill of Lowick reserved. Witnesses : Sir John Fleming, 
knight, William de Morthing, William Corbet, William de Singilton, and Simon de 
Drensate. (Cart. Miscell. II., 41.) 

287. S.D. [1299-1320.] Grant in frankalmoign and quitclaim from John de Lan- , 
caster, son and heir of Sir Roger de Lancaster, for the soul of Anora his wife, to /! ^ N * 
brother William, the prior, and the friars of St. Mary of Conished (Conyngesheved), 

of all his rights in the lands and tenements which he holds in the township of Torver 
(Toruerg). Witnesses : Sir William de Penyton, and Sir John de Kyrkeby, knights, 
William de Asmonderlaw, William de Turribus, and John le Flemang. (5ea/.) 

288. S.D. [1272-1280.] Release and quitclaim by Robert, son of Roger de Bra- 
canbreg*, to Sire Thomas de Morthyng, the prior, and the canons of Conished (Con- 
yngesheved) of the whole of Allithwaite (Holtwayt), as contained in the charter of '' 
feoffinent of ^e grantor's father ; and also the land at Rode (Rodam) and at Bra- ^ 
cantung, with all the waste and meadow within the bounds of Torver (Toruerg). 
Witnesses : Sir Richard le Flemyng, knight, Alan de Tours (Turribus), Roger de 
Coopland, Alan de Staynton, Thomas de Mora, William de Brunhou, and William 
de (3lay£. {Seal destroyed.) 

289. SJ). [1310-1322.] Release and quitclaim by Adam, son and heir of Robert « 
de Brakanberg^ to the prior and convent of St. Mary of Conished (Conyngesheved), of -. 
all his right in the lands which Roger, his grandfather and Robert his father granted 
to Ae said priory, namely, the land of Allithwaite (Holthawyt), the land del Brakan- 
tone, and the land del Rode, with all liberties, commons, and easements pertaining 
to the said lands and tenements in the vill of Torver (Torueer). Witnesses: William 
de Asmondrelaw, William de Turribus, Alan de Coupeland, Adam de Berdesey, 
Boger de Staynerlyth, John Bell, and Richard, son of Agnes. {Seal destroyed.) 

Cumberland. 
fVhitbeck. 

290. A.D. 1236. Grant in frankalmoign from Alexander de Morthing (Morthig) 
to John, the prior, and the canons of St. Mary of Conished (Eungesh'), of the two ^ 
oxgangB of land in the town of Whitbeck (Wytebech) which Roger tiie Forester 
held oF the grantor. Witnesses: Alan de Fenian, John de Laglivesherge, Eward 
de Comay, Alexander de Hitun, John de Boinlla, and Thomas Corbet Dated on 
the morrow of the Apostles Philip and James (2 May). {Portion of seal.) 

291. SJ). [1228-1243.] Grant in frankahnoign from Alexander de Morthing 
to the canons of St. Mary of Ck>nished (Coningesheved) of two acrea of land in the 
fielda of Whitbeck (Witebec), whereof one extends from the sichet called Mndeaalo 






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No. 2, — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

as far as the sea shore, and the other from the same slchet to the moor. Witnesses : 
Eward de Comey, John de Langliferhe, Adam de Hyton, John de Morthing, and 
Henry de Morthing. (^Seal destroyed.) 

292. S.D. [1228-1243.] Grant in frankalmoign from Helianora, daughter of 
Symon de Boivilla, in her widowhood, to the canons of St Mary of Conished 

C "/O (Cunigesh^ved), of two acres of land in the territory of Whitheck (Witebech), 
described by bounds. Witnesses : Alan de Peningtona, Symon de Ainresete, Eward 
de Comaie, Alexander de HytoUi and Henry de Morthing. (^SecU destroyed.) 

293. S.D. [1228-1243.] Grant in perpetuity from John de Morthing to John 
de Bovilla, of the two oxgangs of land in Whitbeck (Witbec) which John, son of 
Simon, held of the grantor. Witnesses : John, lord prior of Conished, Eward de 

1' 7 / Cornay, Alexander de Hitun, Henry de Morthing, Patrick de Morthing, and Hogh 

^ Corbet. {Seal.) 

294. S.D. [1228-1243.] Grant in frankalmoign from John de Morthing to the 
canons of St. Mary of Conished (Coningesbeyet), of half an acre of land in Stain- 
landes, lying next to the land of the church towards the south, with all easements 
pertaining thereto in the town of Whitbeck. Witnesses: Eward tie Comey, John 
de Boyvilla, Simon de Aynnerset, Henry de Morthing, Patrick de Morthing, and 
Alexander his brother, and Roger Corbet (Sea/.) 

295. S.D. [1228-1243.] Grant in frankalmoign from John de Morthing to the 
canons of St. Mary of Conished (Cuningesheved), of a certain part of the toft and 
croft which Peter de Witebee sometime held, between " le Stainraise," &c. (site 

. . described), with all easements pertaining to the vill of Whitbeck (Witebee). Wit- 

' / ^ nesses : Eward de Cornay, Alexander de Hitun, Simon de Ainerset, Thomas Corbet, 
and Adam de Hitun. (5ea/.) 

296. S.D. [1261-1272.] Grant in frankalmoi^ from John de Morthing to the 
house and brethren of St. Mary of Conished (Cumgesheved), of half a rood of land 
and ten rod-falls (casas virge) in Alditcroft, and all common easements pertaining to 
BO much land in the vill of Whitbeck (Wjtebech) lying between the bounds set out 
by Gilbert the chaplain, Benedict de Ainersathe, and Thomas, the grantor's son. 
Witnesses: Sir John de Langeliferg, Sir Ralph de Bethum,' Alexander de Hyton, 
Benedict de Ainersathe, Gilbert the chaplain, John, son of David, and Benedict de 
Forsse. {Seed.) 

297. S.D. [1220-1230.] Grant in frankalmoign from William de Mording, and 
Alienore his wife, to the canons of St. Mary of c3onished (Cunigeseved), of an acre 
of land io Ackescroft, and a messuage on the other side of the way near the vill of 
Whitbeck (Witebech). Witnesses: Robert de Puncuneby, and Richard his son, 
Henry the chaplain, Henry de Mording, and Thomas his brother. (^Seal.) 

298. S.D. [1228-1243.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard, son of Richard 
de Morthing, to the canons of St. Mary of Conished (Cuningesheved), of part of his 
land in Whitbeck (Witebee) described by bounds, viz., that nearest to the meadow 
beneath the highway between two " Stainraises " as far as to the moss (mosam), 
and certain other land lying below the same meadow, to wit, between the meadow 
and one ** Stainraise." Witnesses : John de Morthing, Eward de Cornay, Alexander 
de Hitun, Adam de Hitun, John de Bovilla, Henry de Morthing, Alexander and 
Patrick de Morthing. (5«a/.) 

299. S.D. [1228-1243.] Grant in perpetuity from J., the prior, and the convent 
4>f Conished (Coningeshevet), to Thomas, son of William and Cecilia his wife, of the 
land in Langliferhe (site described) which Robert, son of Gerard de Sualewehurst, 
gave to the priory of Conished. Witnesses : Alan de Peningtun, Thomas, the 
parson of Bootle (Botfaille), Eward dis Cornay, Henry, son of John, Adam de 
Hoyton, and David, son of Robert. {Seal destroyed.) 

Leven Fishery^ 

SOO. S.D. [1220-1246.1 Grant in frankalmoign from William de Lancastria to 
the canons of St. Mary of Conished, of all his fishing of the Leven, with the seine 
net, and boat pertaiining thereto, from the place where Oaic falls into Leven, as 
he has been accustomed to fish there. Witnesses: Walter, the archdeacon of 
Rouen, Mathew de Redeman, steward of Kendale, Richard de Preston, Robert de 
Keroefort, Engerram de Santon, Robert de Dromase, and Richard de Lee. {Seal.) 



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No. 2. — Charters of the Dachj of Lancaster — continued, 

Muncaster, — Millom, — Colder, — Bootle, — Aykeshard, ^ 

301. S.D. [1185-1201.] Grant in frankalmoign from'B. (Benedict) de Peningtun, e,,>,^^..„/. ^^ 
"With the consent of Alan his heir, to the hospital and brethren of St. Mary of ■ ^^ , // ,;. 
Conished (Coningeshof), of the church of Muncaster (Molecastre) and chapel of ^' "^ 
St. Aldeburge, for his oim soul and the soul of Anneis his wife. Witnesses : /:/ fc^^^^ 
Master Tcbald, the vice-archdeacon, Adam, the dean, Adam of Kirkby-Lonsdale, ^^^^ ■^- ^ ^ 
Achtfd of Kirkb^-Kendale, Daniel de Aldingham, Roger of Kirkby-Irelith, Robert 
de Ulfeftun, Wilbam de Wartun, Robert de Prestnn, Roger de Heueresheim, Ralph 
de Hesheim, and Robert de Grairstang. (5ea/ destroyed.) 

802. S.D. [1250-1298.] Charter from John de Hodelestonto the prior and canons 
of Conished (Coningesheved), whereby he agrees to pay 12 pence of silver annually 
for the land called Linriddinge in Staynton, in Milium, which Adam, son of Henry 
de Linriddinge, formerly held of the said prior and canons at the same farm. ^ 
Witnesses : Sir Robert de Haverington, knight, John de Morthing, Robert de tiose- 
ford, John le Flemyng, Simon de Aynersate, John de Hestholm, and Roger de 
Montibus. (5ea/ desirmyed,') 

303. A.D. 1282. Mortgage by Robert de Mora to. the prior and convent of y 
Conished (Conyngesheved), of a grange and five acres of land in Millom (Milnom) / • - 
to secure ^e payment of three marks of silver on the feast of St. Philip and James 
in the year 1282. (^Seai destroyed.) 

804. S.D. [1228-1243.] Grant in frankalmoign from William Skillehare to the 
church and brethren of St. Mary of Conished (Cunigesheved), of certain land and 
pasture within the vill of Calder (Caldra), namely, upon Hirstedes, with common of 
pasture and easements pertaining to the same vill. Witnesses : Richard, son of ^ * -^ 
John de Ponzonbi, John le Fleming (Flandrensis), Alan de Penigtung, John de 
Morthiuge, Reginald, the chaplain, and Alan, the deacon. (^Seal destroyed.) 

305. S.D. [1201-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from Roger, son of Thomas de 
Kinemund, to the canons of St Maiy of Conished (Cunigesheved), of one acre of 
land in the territory of Kinemund, lying between the land of John, son of William, ^ 
and Leonard, son of Robert, with common of pasture and all easements Witnesses i ^ ^ 
Thomas, the parson of Bootle, Walter de Paries, William de Berdesaie, Jordan, son 
of Gamel, John, son of Thomas, and William the scribe, writer of this grant. (^Seal 
destroyed,) 

306. S.D. [1236-1252.] Chirograph of agreement made between J. the prior and 
convent of Conished (Cunigesheved) and Alan de Couplaud, that the prior and 
cunvent may divert the watercourse of Flickebec to their mill of Kinemund, so that 
they do not obstruct the course of the water to the said Alan's mill of Bootle (Botil), /^ 
and that the common pasture of Kenemund be in common equaUy between them, 
either party to be at liberty to let to farm the said pasture to strangers. Witnesses: 
Sir J. de Langiif, Sir Ralph de Mythope, Sire T., rector of Aldingham, G. de 
Oxeclive, Richard de Comay, Henry de Botil, and John de Hoton, derk. (^Seal 
destroyed,) 

307. S.D. [1183-1216.] Grant in frankalmoign from Henry, son of Arthur, to 
the brethren of St. Mary of Conished (Cunigasbouat) of certain moss land described 
by metes,, beginning at the moss called Wytharward, for the soul of Godardus, his "^ 
grandfather, and the souls of his wife and children, and of all his ancestors. Wit* 
nesses : Ketel, son of Ulf, William Corbet, William de Mording, Efward, son of 
Ulf, Alan, son of Ketel, and William his brother, Richard Corbet, and Ralph his 
brother, and Waltheof, the chaplain. (^Seal destroyed,) 

808. S.D. [1228-1243.^ Grant in frankalmoign from Patrick, son of William de 
Morthing, to John, the pnor, and the canons of St. Mary of Conished (Kungesh'), of 
all his land in Godrykeby which he had of the gift of his brother Richard de Morthing 
(Morthig) and his mother Alienore, lying between the bounds described, viz., as the ^ 
highway coming from Hesilgyle goes over the moor, to a sicket descending into 
Mikelslac, and so along the same sicket by the house which was the hermit's to the 
sea bank (ripam maris). Witnesses : Alan de Peuigtun, William Korbet, John de 
Laglivesherge, Eward de Kornay, Alexander de Hytun, John de Boyvilla, Adam de 
Hytun, and Henry and Alexander de Morthing (Morthig). (5ea/ destroyed,) 

809. SJ). Release and quitclaim by Stephen, son of Elizabeth de Ayke»- 
chard, to the prior and canons of Conished (Cuningeshed) of all his right of 
inheritance in two tofts and nine acres of land with appurtenances in the vill and 
territory of Aykeschard, which were the marriage portion of his mother Elizabeth, 
and given to the said canons by Richard, the clerk of Aykeschard. Witnesses : 



196 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 
No. 2. — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — continued. 

Sir Ranalph Fitz Robert, Sir William de Mohii, Herveius de CliftoD, Hugh de 
Watlaus, Peter de Rand', Robert de Sutton, John de Fahwal, Richard de Barton, 
William Tortemains, Thomas de Gile, Roger Marshal, Robert de Bereford, Richard 
de Hergum, and Hugh de Brunton. {SealJ) 

Westmoreland. 

Haverhrack in Heversham. 

S 1 0. A.D. 1316. Deed from Richard Sturnel and Christiana his wife, whereby they 
engage, according to agreement made between them and the prior of Conished, to 
appear at the costs of the prior before the justices in ejre in Westmoreland, Lan- 
cashire, or elsewhere, and give security to the said prior and convent in respect to 
the moiety of four messuages, 60 acres of land, and the moiety of the moiety of one 
mill with appurtenances in Ilaverbrack in Heversham (Heverseym). Witnesses : 
Sir Richard de Preston, Sir Robert de Bethum, William de Wyndesores, Robert de 
Leuens, Thomas de Derlay, Gilbert de Hoton, and Robert de Dend. At Heversham, 

I July, 9 Edw. [II.]. (Cart. Miscell. III., 76.) 

311. A.D. 1387. Grant in frankalmoign from Christopher de Broughton to the 

prior and canons of Conished, of all the lands and tenements in Ayn 

[ ? AjTiersett] whereof the said Christopher, together with Sir John de Kyrkeby and 
Thomas de Broughton, clerk, was enfeoffed by Thomas de Morthing. Witnesses : 
Sir John de Hodeleston and Sir Richard Fleming, knights, William de Hodeleston, 
William del Thwaytes, Richard del Thwaytes, and John de Lyndeby. At Aynersett, 
on Wednesday next after the Feast of St. Martin in the winter (13 November), 

II Richard II. (Cart. Miscell. I., 9.) 

312. A.D. 1440. Release and quitclaim by Sir Thomas Parr, knight, to Thomas, 
the prior, and the convent of Conished, of all right in the hospital of St, Leonard, 
near Kirby in Kendale, and the lands thereto belonging in Scalthwaytrigg, which 
the said prior lately recovered against him in an assize of novel djsseisin. On 
Thursday next before the Feast of St James the Apostle (21 July), 18 Henry VI. 
(Cart. Miscell. II., 31.) 



BuBscouGH Priory. 

Lancashuie. 
Ormskirk. — Burscough. — Lathom . — Halsa IL 

313. A.D. 1286. Agreement made between Edmund, son of King Henry, and the 
prior and canons of Burcough, touching the grant by the said £dmund to the prior 
and canons of a free market in the vill of Ormskirk, to be held weekly on Thursday, 
and the fairs, as contained in the King's charter thereof, granted to the said prior 
and canons. Witnesses : Sir William le Botiller, Sir Robert Banastre, Sir Robert 
de Holaud, Sir John B3rroun, Sir Peter de Wyndhul, and Sir Robert de Lathom, 
knights, John le Walcys (Walensis), Gilbert de Halsale, and Alan le Noreys. At 
Lancaster, 29 Sept, I4'£dw. I. (Cart Miscell. I., 45.) 

314. A.D. 1340. Award of Roger, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, in a difference 
between the prior and convent of Burscough, and brother Alexander de Wakefield, 
one of the canons of the said house, vicar of Ormskirk, touching the portion of the 
vicar, who is to have, as his predecessor, Richard de Donyngton, the last vicar had, 
a competent dwelling house and four acres of land, to be assigned to him, for the 
vicarage, and 10 2. a year out of the fruits, the prior and convent to bear all ordinary 
and extraordinary charges of the said church. Given at Hanworth, on the 4di 
kalends of April (29 March), in the 18th year of the bishop's consecration. 

315. S.D. [1230-1260.] Quitclaim by Henry de Ormskirk, son of Alan, some- 
time canon of Burscough, to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of 
all his right in the land which he held of them in the territory of Ormskirk, with 
homages, services, and reliefs. Witnesses : Sir Robert de lathom, Sir John de 
Mara, Sir .Alan de Windhul ( Vindel), Walter de Scharesbrec, Adam de Cunesle, 

• Robert, Walter, and Henry, sons of Suanas. (Cart. Miscell. II., 65.) 

316. S.D. [1264-1280.] Grant in frankalmoi^ and quitclaim from Margery, 
daughter of Robert, the chaplain of Burscough, widow, to the prior and canons of 
St. Nicholas of Burscough, of all her right in the land of Garston (Gerstan) which 
the grantor had of the g&t of John, son of Hugh, described by bounds, beginning at 
the boundary of Ralph, son of Alexander, going down the fosses as fiir as the foss of 



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AsseDeheyed, and by that foes as far as Lydiate (Lidwate), &c. Witnesses : Sir 
Robert de Lathom, John Walensis, Gilbert de Halsale, Madocns de Acton, Adam de 
Bykentat, and Simon and Biehard le Waleys (Walensis). (<SW.) 

917. S.D. [1230-1260.] Quitclaim by Ayicia, widow of Henry de Assinheved, to 
the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Bnrsoough (Burcho), of all right, in name of , 
dower, in the lands, rents, and possessions, which the said Henry de Assinheved held ^ t *7o 
hereditarily of the said prior and canons in the territory of Ormskirk ; and the prior 
and canons for the quitclaim grant to the said Ayicia, and her son Alan, for life, two 
crofts and four acres of land in Brankinthyd at yearly farm. Witnesses : Sir 
Robert de Lathom, Gilbert de Halsale, Walter de S<»risbreck (Charisbrec), Robert 
Walensis, and Roger de Hnrlton. {Portion of teal.) 

318. S.D. [1230-1260.] Quitclaim' by Alan, son of Henry de Assinheved, to the 

prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of all his right in the lands which his / 5 / / 
mther held of them hereditarily. Witnesses : Sir Robert de Lathom, Crilbert de 
Halsale, Walter de Scharisbrec, Robert Walensis, and Roger de Hurlton. (^Seal 
destroyed.) 

319. S.D. [1260-1272.] Chirograph of agreement between the prior and canons 

of Burscough of the one part, and Henry de Scharesbrec and Roger de Hurlton of ^ -h, 
the other part, upon a controrersy moved between them touching the bounds between .'^ v 'X/ 
Burscough and Hurlton. Witnesses : William de Mara, Richard de Halsal, John 
Walensis, Adam de Bekerstat, Richard Walensis, William de Acuorthe, and William 
de Thoip. {Seals destroyed.) 

320. S.D. [1230-1240.] Grant from brother B., the prior, and the canons of 

St. Nicholas of Burscough (Borchestnoe), to Henry (Hanricus) son of Suanus, their / 

man, of the land of the grove of Boressco (described by bounds), which he bought .s. w. f %. 

from Sir Robert, the lord of Lathom. Witnesses : Simon de Halissale, W. de 

Scarisbrec, Roser de Hnrleton, H., son of Alan, H. Travers, and R. de Ormiskircke. 

{Seal destroyed.) 

321. SJD. [1260-1286.] Grant and quitdaim by Roger, son of William de 
Morcroft, to his lords, the prior and canons of Burscough, c^ all his right in the f , - 
land which Simon de Morcroft, uncle of the grantor, held of him. Witnesses: Sir ^ *^ ' ' 
Robert de Lathom, Sir Robert de Holonde, John le Walevs (Walensis), Madoc de 

Acton, Richard le Waleys (Walensis), and Thomas Blundef. {Seal.) 

822. S.D. [1199-1230.] Grrant in frankalmoign from Henry, son of Swanus of 
Burreschoc, to the canpns of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Burrestude), of a portion of 
his land of Boreschoc, called Moricroft, described by bounds, with easements and ' 
common of pasture pertaining to the vill of Lathom; for the soul of King John, ^ • '- 
and for tha soul of Richard, sometime lord of lathom, and the souls of his father 
and mother and all his ancestors and successors. Witnesses : Simon de Halsall, W. 
de Scaresbric, Ralph de Ormeskirke, Henry, son of Alan, R. Walensis, and A. de 
Acton, chaplain. {Portion of seal.) 

323. S.D. [1199-1216.] Grant in frankahnoign from Robert de Wllemor, son of 
Ralph de Wllemor, to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Burgches- 
tude), of a part of his land of Lathom, described by bounds, beginning at the slope 
or rise (incipiendo ad doum) which is near Little Wllemor, on the side towards 
LeikethUieit or Leikestheith, and so following up the slope onwards to a cross made 
in an oak, and so from the cross beyond Little Wllemor on the upper side, and so 
through the middle of the ffrove as far as Great Wllemor, &c. Witnesses : Sir 
John de Mara, A. Banastre, W. Banastre, Simon de Halishalc, William de Waletun, 
Henry de Lithirland, John, son of Robert de Falmetrehurst, and Simon, the priest 
( SetU destroyed.) 

324. SJ). [1272-1286.] Release and quitclaim by Richard de WImore, son of 
Robert de WImore, to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, to hold in 
frankalmoign, of all his right in the rent, homages, and services of Alexander de 
Lathum and his heirs, for the tenement held by him of the grantor in the vill of 
Lathom, to wit, in Little WImore, which the grantor before held of the prior and 
canons. Witnesses : John Walensis, Gilbert de Halsale, Richard Walensis, Madoc 
de Acton, and i^^Am de Bikyrstat. {Seal.) 

325. S.D. [1240-1260.] Demise for term of lives in succession by brother William, 
the prior, and the canons of Burscough, to Richard, son of Ketel, and Henry his son, 
of land ia the vill of Burscough (described by bounds), with all easements in the vill 
of Lathom. Witnesses : Robert, lord of Lathom, Simon de Halsal, Walter de Scharii- 
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8S5*. S.D. [1274-1286.] Grant from Richard le Waleys (WalensiB) to the prior 
and canons of Burscough, of free ingress, effress, and right of way through his field 
fh)m the ford between his field and that of Bobert, son of Walter de Gretby (site 
I ^ ^ described), for carriage of their tithes between the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula and 
^ . - 7 ^ St, Martin in every year. Witnesses : Sir Henry de Lee, sheriff of Lancashire, 
Sir Tharstan de Holimd, Peter, the lord of Windhul, Robert le Norreys, Robert le 
Condray, Madoc de Acton, Adam de Bikerstat, and Geryase, vicar of Onnskirk. 
(&a/.) 

S26. S.D. [1230-1260.] Grant in frankalmoign from Simon de Halsale tothe prior 
and canons of St Nicholas of Burscoagh (Burscho), of a part of his land in the 
territory of Halsall, described by bounds, beginning at the foss which falls into the 
aqueduct (ductam) above the ford of Aughton (Actona), following the foss as fiir as 
/ / the moor, and from, the moor by another foss as far as the boundary of Scultecrofr, 

1^ oOrO gjj^ following the boundaiy of Scultecroft as far as to Alrenescbabesiche, following 
Alreneschahesiche as far as the aqueduct, &c., with common of pasture and the 
common easements pertaining to the vill of Halsall. Witnesses : Robert, the lord of 
Lathom, Walter de Scarisbrec, Ro^er de Hurilton, Robert le Waleys (Walensis), 
Adam de Bikirstat, and Richard Withant (5ea/ destroyed.) 

827. 8.D. [1260-1272.] Grant in perpetuity from brother N., the prior, and the 
canons of Burscough, to Adam de Walsecrofte, of all their land which they had of 
the gift of Simon de Halsale, described by bounds, beginning at the foss which falls 
, . into the aqueduct (ductam) above the ford of Aughton (Actona), &c., with common 

^ (^C ( of pasture and all easements pertaining to the viU of Halsall. Witnesses : Sir Robert 

de Lathom, Richard de Halsale, John le Waleys (Walensis) Henry de Scarisbrec, 
Richard Walensis, and Roger de Hurelton. ('Sea/.) 

328. S.D. [1272-1286.] Grant and quitclaim by Adam de Walsecroft to Warine, 
the lord prior and the canons of Burscough, of all his right in the land lying between 
certain bounds described, beginning at the foss which falls into the aqueduct (ductam) 
above the ford of Aughton (Acton), &c. Witnesses : John le Waleys (Walensis), 

' .^ ^ Gilbert de Halsale, M-adocus de Acton, Adam de Bykerstat, Richard le Waleys 
^ ■ * (Walensis), and Simon le Waleys (Walensis). (Sleo/.) 

329. S.D. [1260>1272.] Grant and quitclaim by Richard, the lord of Halsall (Hal- 
sale), to the prior and canons of Burscough (Bur8chou),of all right in the land which he 
held of them hereditarily within these bounds, beginning at the foss which falls into 

, the aqueduct (ductam) above the ford of Aughton (Actona), following the foss to the 

^ 6 !> moor, and by the moor from another foss as far as the metes of Stultecrofte, following 

^ the metes of Stultecrofte as far as to Alreneaachesiche, &c. Witnesses : Sir Robert 

de Lathom, John le Waleys (Wallensis), Henry de Scaresbrec, Richard le Waleys 

(Wallensis), Adam de Bikerstat, Madoc de Acton, Roger de Holonde, and Roger de 

Hurelton. (^Seal dtBtroyed.) 

830. S.D. [1272-1286.] Grant and quitclaim by Diana, widow of Richard, the lord 
of Halsall, to the prior and canons of Burscough, of all her right, in name of dower, 
/ in the lands and tenements which Adam del Walsecroft held hereditarily of the 

-' aforesaid Richard, the late husband of the said Diana, in the territory of Halsall. 
Witnesses: Henry de Scharesbrec, John le Waleys (Walensis), Adam de Bykerstat, 
Richard le Waleys (Walensis), Madocus de Acton, and William de Thorp, clerk. 
(^Seal destroyed.) 

331. S.p. [1274-1287.] Grant in frankalmoign from Gilbert, the lord of Halsall, 
to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of all the land in Halsall, 
described by bounds, with all liberties and easements pertaining to the vill of Halsall. 

J* Witnesses : John Walensis, Madocus de Acton, Adam de Bikerstat, and Aynnoyn 
Gam. {Seal.) 

Melling, — Scarisbrick, — Marion, 

332. S.D. [1260-1272.] Grant in frankalmoign from Roger de Melling to the prior 
and brethren of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of that part of his land in Melling in 
Hingardesslake, which Roger, son of Robert Kussell, sometime held in the vill of 
Melling, described by bounds, viz. in length from the acre which sometime belonged 
to Thomas, the Harper (Cytharista), as far as the cross of the lord abbot of Coker* 

^ sand upon Hangepul, and in breadth as far as the foss called Mosdiche, up to the 
land which was sometime of William de Thorp, and which Robert le Brasur bought 
of the said William ; with common of pasture and pannage in tlie woods of Melling, 
and housebote and hedgebote, &c. Witnesses : Sir Robert de Lathom, Richard de 






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Halsale, Madoc de Actona, John Walensis, Richard, son of Robert Walensia, Richard 
de Mahel (MaghuU), and William de Thorp. (Scoi.) 

333. S.D. [1260-1272.1 Grant in frankalmoign from William de Mailing to the 
prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of a messuage with the cartilage in 

the vill of Melling where the hall used to be, described by bounds, beginning at the ^, ^6 ^ 
selion of Roger de Melling, and stretching to the highway, and in breadth from ^ ' ' 

Burecroft to another selion of the said ]^ger held by Sjrward, with common of 
pasture and pannage in the grove of Melling, and " howisbobt and heyboht " in the 
same grove. Witnesses : William de Ledegate, Roger de Melling, Henry de Ayntre 
(Aintree), Roger de Uoland, Walter de Soaresbrec, Robert le Waleys (Walenc*), and 
William de Thorp, clerk, (^eo/.) 

334. S.D. [1264-1286.] Grant in frankalmoign from Adam, son of John de 
Melliog, to the prior and canons of St Nicholas of Burscough, of the fourth part of / ^ 
one selion in MeUing, described by bounds. Witnesses : Sir Gilbert de Hal^, ^ 6^0 
Walter de Scarisbrek (Schar'), Robert le Waleys (Wallensis), John Wallensis, 

Alan Norreis, and William, his brother, Roger de MeUing, and William de Thorp, 
clerk. {Seal.) 

335. S.D. [1272-1286.] Grant and quitclaim by Robert Kainin of MeUing, to 
brother Warine, the prior, and the canons of Burscough, of aU kis right in two selions , 
of land in the vill of MeUing, which Adam Kanyn, father of the said Robert, 
bought from Roger de MeUing. Witnesses : Sir Robert de Lathom, John le Waleys, 
Madoc de Acton, GUbert de Halsal, Robert de Halsal, Adam de Bikerstat, Baude de 
Lee, and William de Thorp. {SeaL) 

S36. S.D. [1272-1286.] Grant in perpetuity from brother Warine, the prior, and 
canons of Burscough (Borescou), to Robert de Byrun and Joan, his wife, for their » 
homage aod service, of two selions of land in the vill of MelUng, which Richard del ^ ^ 
Halle, of Kirkeby, before held of the said prior and canons hereditarily, with common 
of pasture, and all other common liberties and easements pertaining to the vill of 
Melling. Witnesses : John le Waleys, Gilbert de Halesale, Madoc de Acton, Anyoun 
Gam, Simon, son of Orm, and William de Laylont. {Seal destroyed.) 

337. A.D. 1303. Release and quitclaim by Gilbert, the lord of Scarisbrec, to 
brother Richard, the prior, and the canons of Burscough (Burschou), of aU his right 

in the four acres of land (comprised within the old composition made between brother f / . 
Nicholas, sometime prior, and the canons of Burscough, of the one part, and Henry A ' "- 
de Scarisbrec, father of the grantor, and Roger de Hurleton, of the other part), 
situate in length from Longschaheved in a line as far as Hauekisheved near the land 
of the said prior. Witnesses : Alan le Norreys, Robert le Byron, Matthew de 
Haydoc, Ralph de Bykirstat, and Richard le Waleys (Walensis). .^t Scarisbrec, on 
the day of St. Giles the abbot (1 September), 31 Edw. I. {Seal,) 

338. S.D. [1258-1266.] Grant in perpetuity by H^nry, son of Hugh de Merton, 
to his son Stephen, for his homage and service of the moiety of the land which the 
grantor holds of the house of St Nicholas of Burscough, in the vill of Marton 
(Mertona), described by bounds. Witnesses : Sir Robert de Lathom, and Robert 
his son, Walter de Scaresbrek, Gilbert de Halsale, John Walensis, Robert Walensis, 
and Richard his son, and Madoc de Acton. (Cart. MisceU. I., 19.) 

339. S.D. [1230-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard de Radeclive, son 

of Matthew (cum esset in plena voluntate vigiuti quatuor annorum et amplius), to * ' , ^ 
his lords, the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Bourchestude), of aU ^. 
his land in the vill of Marton (Mertona), which his father Matthew took in exchange 
from his brother Henry de Radeclive for certain, land in Oswaldtwistle (Osowoldes- 
tuisil), and which land in the vill of Marton Suanus and Richard de WeUeschal and 
Albinus held, and aU his right in the two men, Suanus, son of Dunning, and Peter, 
with their children and their belongings ; and the grantor surrenders to the said 
prior and canons the old charter of Robert, son of Henry, which he gave to Henry 
his nephew, as weU of the said land as of the men ; and for this grant the said prior 
and canons give to the grantor seven marks of silver. Witnesses : Sir Robert de 
Lathom, Sir John de Mara, Sir S. de Grumbehevet, W. de Scarisbrec, Adam de 
Akenehevet, Robert de Watton, chaplain, and Ralph de Ormskirk, clerk. {Seal.) 

840. S.D. [1230-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard de RadecUve, son 
of Matthew, to the prior and canons of Burscough, of land in the viU of Marton. 
Duplicate of the preceding charter. {Seal.) 

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341. 8.D. [ 1S80-1 264.] Giant from the 9tahe Bichard de Badeclive, son of Matthew, 
to the prior and canons of Burscough, of land in the yUI of Marton. Another copy 
/ ^ of the preceding charters. {Seal,) 

342. S.D. [1258-1266.] Grant in frankahnoign from Richard, son of Richard de • 
le Ridinge, to the prior and canons of Burscough, of part of his land, descrihed by 
bounds beginning at Hurletoneforde. Witnesses : Sir Robert de Lathom, Gilbert de 
Halsale,'Walter de Scarisbrec, Robert Walensis, and John Walensis, of latherland. 
{Seal destroyed.) 

843. SJ). [1260-1272.] Quitclaim by Avice, widow of Richard de Hading, to 
her lords, the prior and canons of Bursoough (Burschou), of all her right, in name of 
dower, in the land which the said canons bought from her late husbuid Richard de 
Ruding. Witnesses : Richard de Halsale, Henry de Scarisbrec, and John Walensis. ' 
(Cart. BfiscelL III., 2.) 

Huyton, — Flixton. — Torbock, 

844. S.D. [1198-1208.] Richard de Wercked and eleTen others signify by their 
letter to G. (GeoflEry) bishop of Coventry, that by the King's precept they have 
recognised upon their oath that Henry, son of Syward, last presented to the church 

/ / /* of Fiixton, to whom succeed by hereditary right Roger, son of Henry, and Henry, 

^ ' ^ son of Bernard, and the rig^t of patronage of the church pertaining to them, they 

have presented Henry, son of Richard, clerk, on whose presentation the bisbc^ 

is required to admit him. ( Three aeale,} 

345. S.D. [1230-1264.] Quitclaim by Henry (Hanricns) de Torboc, cl^k, to 
the prior and canons of St Nicholas of Burscongh (Boureghestide), of all right in the 
church of Fiixton other than in two marks paid out of the said church to the prior 

[ / ^ and canons by 'Master Andrew, the physician. Witnesses: Sir Robert, lord of 
Lathom, Henry de Ferbald, Henry (Huiricus), lord of Torboc, Richard and Adam 
and William, brothers, and Robert de Wlffal. {Seal.) 

346. S.D. [1224-1238.] Confirmation by A. (Alexander) bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Burgchestnde), 
of their ancient pensions due to them from the churches of Huyton and Fiixton. 

C ' ? Witnesses (among others) : Master Richard de Glowem', archdeacon of Coventry, 
the abbot of Stanlowe, and the prior of Norton. {Portion of seal.) 

347. S.D. [1230-1260.] Release an^ quitclaim by Robert de Hulton, to the prior 
and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Burscho), of all his right in the donation 
of the church of Fiixton. Witnesses : Robert, lord of Lathom, John de la Mare, 
Henry de Torboc, Simon de Halsale, Hugh de Buri, and Walter de Scharisbrec. 
(Cart. Miscell. L, 17.) 

348. A.D. 1461. Grant from Robert, the prior, and the convent of St. Nicholas 
of Burscough, to brother Ralph Langeleye, vicar of the church of Huyton, in aug- 
mentation of his portion as vicar, of all the small tithes and the altarage arising in 
the said parish, except tithe of hay in the vill of Knowsley. Given in the Chapter 
House, 1 Edw. IV. (Cart. Miscell. III., 74.) 

849. A.D. 1329. Grant in frankalmoign from Elena, the lady of Torbock, 
widow, to the lord prior and canons of Burscough, of an acre of land in the vill of 
Torbo<^, lying between the land of Adam of ** Olde Torbok " and the Lune (le 
. Lone), near the grantor's own demesne. Witnesses : Richard le Waleys (Wallensis), 
Adam de Bykerstat, Alan de Eccleston, John de la Forde, and Henry Rauf, clerk. 
At Torbock, on Monday next after the Feast of All Saints (6 November). (Cart. 
Miscell. I., 18.) 

(JopptU, — Standish, — Longion. — Parbold, 

350. S.D. [1230-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard, son of Thomas, 
the lord of Coppul (Cophul), to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough 
(Bourchestude), of part of his land between certain bounds and four crosses, to wit, 
all his land between the highway from Caldecotes on the east, and die land which 
John the chaplain held on the west, and from the water of Perbume on the south, as 
* far as tiie old foss of Caldecotes, which is to the north of Perburn, and so following 

; the old foss up to a cross and tiie said highway from Caldecotes, and so along that 

way up to a cross and the ford in the same highway at Perburn, and so from the 
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land of the said John ; with common of pasture and timber and all easements and 
liberties pertaining to the viU of Coppol, and pannage in all bis ^ves except the 
baies. Witnesses : Sire Richard, the dean of Standish, Henry (Hanncw) de Perbald, 
fialph de Bikirstat, John de Mara, W. de Scarisbrec, and H. de Standish. {Seal.') 

851. S.D. [1230-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard, son of Thomas, 
the lord of Coppul (Cophul), to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscongfa / / 
(Borchestude), of part of his land between these bounds and four crosses, beginning yC 6 ^ ^ 
as Blakelaohe falls into Ferbnm, following Blakelache northwards as far as a certain 
cross which stands in the old foss of Caldecotes, and so following the old foss as far 
as a cross which stands in the same old foss upon the wa^ of Watlingstrete, and so 
following Watlingstrete as &r as a certain ford which is in the same highway 61 
Watlingstrete upon Perbume, and against the course of the great fount of I^ngetre, 
and so following the bed of the water of Perbume as far as a certain cross and the 
aforesaid Blakelache ; and all the grantor's part of the water of Perbume, so much 
as belongs to four bovates of land ; and pannage for their hogs^in'.the groves of Coppol, 
with common of pasture and timber and all easements pertaining to tiie viU of 
CcppuL Witnesses : Sir John de Mara, Sir Robert de Lathom, Sir Richard, the dean 
of Standish, Sir Robert de Hulton, Henry (Hanricus) de Farbold, Adam de Akene- 
heret, Ralph de Bikirstat, and W. de Scarisbrek. (5ea/.) 

352. S.D. [1 230-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Richard, son of Thomas, 

the lord of Coppul, to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Borche- ' ^ <l. / 
stade), of all the land of John, the chaplain, with the yearly rent of 12<f. for the a ^'' ^ 
same, and homage, service, and relief, viz. : the land lying between the land of St, 
Nicholas and the land of Alecoc, and between the moss and Perbum. Witnesses : 
Sir John de Mara, Sir Robert, the lord of Xiathom, Henry de Farbold, H., the parson 
of Torbock, Richard de Haton, and Adam and William, brothers. (^SeaiJ) 

353. S.B. [1280-1264.1 Grant in frankalmoign from Richard, son of Thomas, 

the lord of Coppul, to the prior and canons of Burscough (Borchestude), of the , / 
homage and service and relief of John, the priest of the chapel of Ducles, and in all , j" ^ ^ 
the land of the aforesaid John, situate between the land of St. Nicholas and the '^ 
land of AJekoc, and the moss northwards and Perbum southwards. Witnesses : Sir 
John de Mara, Sir Robert, the lord of Lathom, H. de Parbold, Henry, parson of 
Torbock, Richard de Hnton, and Adam and William, brothers. (8ea/.) 

354. S.D. [1230-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from John de Cophul, to the 
prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of all the land which his brother 
Richard gave to the said canons, with liberties and easements as contained in his 
charter, within the four crosses, particularly described by bounds, beginning as 
Blakelache descends into Perbume, following Blakelache northwards to a cross vmich 
stands in the old fosse of Caldeootis, and so following the fosse to a cross standing in 
the same upon the way of WatUngisstrete, and so following Watlingistrete to a ford 
which is in the same highway of Watlingistrete upon Perbume and against the 
course of the great fountain of Langetre, &c., and all the grantor's part of the water 
of Perbume, pertaining to four oxgangs of land, pannage for their hogs in the groves 
of Coppul, and common of pasture with other easements pertaining to the vill of 
Coppid. Witnesses : Sir Robert, lord of lathom. Sir John de la Mare, Simon de 
Halsale, Walter de Scharisbreck, Roger de Hurilton, and Ralph, the clerk, of 
Onnskirk. (Cart. Miscell. I., 17.) 

355. S.D. [1258-1268.] Quitclaim by Thomas, son of Richard, sometime lord of 

Coppul (Copphul), to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Burscho), , '.'.*, 
of all his right in the land which Richard his brother, by his charter bestowed on 
the said canons in the territory of CoppuL Witnesses : Sir Robert, the lord of 
Lathum, Simon de Halsal, Walter de Scarisbrec, Roger de Hurilton, and Richard le 
Waleys (Wallensis). (S«a/.) 

856. SD.. [1280-1264.] Grant in frankalmoippa from Qeo&y Bnssel, son of 
Robert Bussel, of Laylond, to the canons of St Nicholas of Burscough, of part of fab 
land in the vill of Longton (liongetun) in the field called Rolfes, and all the land 
lying between the bounds described, beginning at the land held by Suanus, son of 
^chael, &c., with common of pasture and all liberties and easements in the vill of 
Longtjon. Witnesses : Sir Robert de Lathom, Sir John de Mara, Sir William de 
Moles, Robert de Loxan, Walter de Hole, Richard de Thorp, and John his son, 
Robert de Quitun, Robert de Moles, Adam de Moles, Abel de Hotun, and Alan de 
Neaton. (Cart. MiscelL II., 92.) 

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357. S.D. [1202-1230.] Grant in frankalmoign from Roger, son of Henry, at the 
request of Cecily lus wife, and with the consent of Richard his lord, to the church 
and canons of St Nicholas of Bursoongh (fiorgaschon), of an assart in Farbold 

, (Perebolt) (described by bomids) between the assart of Efward and by Deadmon- 

^^,H nassike, and another assart (site described). Witnesses : Richard, son of Robert, 
Richard Walensis, H. TraTers, Alan de Windul, Robert, son of Richard, Riduurd, 
son of Itichard, William de Presteoote, and Oto. (Sea/ deatroyed,^ 

358. S.D. [1202-1280.] Grrant in frankafanoign from Roger, son of Henry, to the 
i*if canons of Borscoogh. (DapHcate of No. 857.) 

859. S.D. [1230-1264.] Grant in frankafanoign from Henty de Farbold, son of 
Bonard de Parbold, to Uie prior and canons of St Nicholas of Barsoough (Bnzg- 
cfaistnde), of all his land of lictharst, described by bounds, namely, from Heverel- 
lishulkar as fiir as the land of Cokyrsand, and from the land of Cokyrsand to 
• Benedict's hedge, &c, with common of pasture and all easements pertaining to tho 

> ^ ^ Till of Parbold, and acquittance of pannage. Witnesses : Sir John de La l£ire, Sir - 
R. de Staindis, Simon de Halishal, Ralph de Bikyrstat, and Richard BlundeL (^Seal 
destroyed,) 

360. &D. [1230-1264.] Gnnt in frankafanoign from Henry de Parbold (Perbolt), 

to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Burcghestude), with his body 

to be there buried, of a certain part of his land in the territory of Parbold, described 

' A ^. by bounds, beginning at Deademannesikehevet, with common of pasture and all 

> ' ' / easements pertaining to the rill of Parbold. Witnesses: Sir Roger de Aston and 

' Benedict his brother, Benedict de Tnnleia, Sawaric, the chaplain, and Heniy, the 

parson of Torbock. (^Seal destroyed,') 

861. S.D. [1280-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Heniy (son of Bernard), 
lord of Parbold (Perbolt), to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough 
(Bouregfaestude), of a certain part of his land in the territory of Parbold, described 
, by bounds. Witnesses : Sir Robert, the lord of Lathom, Sir John de Mara, S. de 

Z '^ Halesale, Walter de Scarisbrec, Adam de Bikerstat, Adam de Akeneheret, Richard 
and Robert and William de Wlfsal, Henry de Torboc, Adam de Huton, son of 
Robert, son of Henry, Henry de Staindish, and Roger de Hulton. (^Seal) 

362. S.D. [1280-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Henry, lord of Parbold, to 

the prior and canons^ of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Borgestude), of a certain jMirt 

of his land in Parbold, described by bounds. Witnesses : Sir John de Lamare, Sir 

' . Robert, the lord of Lathom, Simon de Halesale, Hugh de Buri, and Robert 

• ' le Waleys (Waleosis). (Sea/ destroyed,) 

863. S.D. [1264-1274.] Grant from William, son of Robert de Linlees, to Adam» 
son of Ivete, in frank marriage with his daughter Alice, of all his land in Lythirst, 
and common of pasture and other easements pertaining to the said land in the vill of 
^ Parbold, with one acre of land which the said William recovered before the King's 

^ - * justices fit)m Robert, son of Alan. Witnesses : Warine de Walletun, Richard 
Banaster, Richard de Thorp and his son John, Ralph de Holee, and Henry de 
Stanedis. (^Seal destroyed.y 

364. S.D. [1264-1274.] Grant and quitclaim by Roger, son of William de Lind- 
lehis, to the prior and canons of St NichoUis of Burscough (Burschou), of all right 
in the land of Lichthurst, in the yill of Parbold, which he held of the said canons, 
and the acre of land which his father William recovered before the King's justices 
from Robert, son of Alan, with the homage and service of Adam, son of Ivet, with 
all liberties, free commons, ^md easements. Witnesses: William de Lamare, Warine 
de Waletun, Henry, son of Benedict, Geoffry de Wrihtintun, Robert, son of Alan, 
and Gervase, vicar of Ormskirk. (^Seal destroyed,) 

ElleL — Bolton. — Anglezarke. — Hoion. — Thorp. 

865. A.D. 1324. Grant by Agnes, widow of John Ward, of EUel, to William 
de Slene, of a third part of a messuage and the land and meadow in Ellel (EUale) 
which the said Agnes held in dower. Witnesses: Roger de Slene, and Thomas his 
son, Robert de Grange, William Ward, and Geoffiy de Holouth. At Ellel, on 
Monday (? Saturday), the Feast of St. Michael (29 September), 18 Edw. 11. 
{Seal.) 

866. S J). [1324.] Release and quitclaim by Alice, widow of WiUiam de Slene, 
brother John de Donyngton, prior of Burscough, and his successors, of all her 



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right in the third part of a messuage, and all the land and meadow, with appurte- 
nances in Sllel (BUale) which she had of the feoffment of Agnes, widow of John 
Warde of EUel. Witnesses : William Gentill, Roger de Slene, John Laurence, 
Ralph Gentill, and Alan de Catherton. (^Seal destroyed,) 

867. A.D. 1325. Demise f(nr term of six years, bj Alice, widow of William de 
Slene, to John, the prior, and the convent of Burscough, of nine acres of land and 
meadow in the territory of EUel (^EUale) which Adam de Crokehagh Hometime held. 
Witnesses: Gilbert de Sotheworth, sheriff of Jjancashire, Ralph ie Gentil, Roger 
de Slene, and Thomas his son, and Henry, the clerk. At Ellel (Ellale), on Sunday, 
the Feast of St. Michael (29 Sept.), 19 Edw. IL (^Seal destroyed,} 

868. A.D. 1324. Demise from Alan de Catherton to Sire Adam, perpetual vicar 

of Cockerham, for 21 years from the feast of St. Martin in the winter, 18 Edw. IL, of ^ ^ ^ ? C 
aU the lands and tenements of Symekynfeld, with his part of Adamfdd, and Cote- ^ * 
holmes, in EUel (Ellale). Witnesses: Roger de Slene, Ralph le Gentyl, Willyun 
de Slene, Robert de Grange, and Alan de Asshton. (<Sea/.) 

369. A.D. 1324-5. Grant from Alan de Catherton to Henry de Perbalt, f ^ / 

clerk, his heirs and assigns, of all his land and tenement of Starebonk, in the vill I ^ l J L 
of EUel (Ellale) held of the mntor for a term of years by Adam, vicar of Cocker- 
ham. Witnesses : William Gentil, John de Riggemayden, Roger de Slene, and 
Thomas his son, and John Marshall. At EUel, on Monday next after the Feast of 
the Purification (4 February). {Seal destroyed,) 

870. A.D. 1324. Quitclaim by Laderana, reUct of William de Catherton, to ^ 
Sire Adam, vicar ' of Cockerham, of aU her right in the lands and tenements of ^ ^ -^ >* 
Symkynfeldes and Adamsfeldes, with Coteholmes demised to the said Adam, by her ' / 
son Alan, for term of twenty-one years. Witnessed at EUel, on Sunday next after 

the Feast of St Wilfrid the bishop (14 October), 18 Edw. IL {Seal.) 

871. A.D. 1324-5. Confirmation by Laderana, widow of WiUiam de Catherton, 

of the grant made by her son Alan de Catherton to Adam, vicar of Cokerham, and . 

Henry de Perbalt, clerk, of the lands and tenements of Adamessefeld and Sym- ^ . 6 i ^' 
kinef^eld, and Ie Coteholmes. Witnesses: William Gentil, GUbert de Sotheworth, 
sheriff of Lancashire, Robert de Frestecote, Robert del Graunge, and John MarshaU. 
At Ellel, on Wednesday next after the Purification (6 February). (Sen/.) 

872. A.D. 1824-5. Quitclaim by Laderana, widow of WiUiam de Catherton, 

to Henry de Ferbald, clerk,' of aU her right in the lands and tenements of Starebonk, ^ 

in the viU of EUel (Ellale), granted to the said Henry by her son Alan. Witnesses: ^ , ^- ' J . 
WUUam Gentil, and Ralph his brother, Roger de Slene, and Thomas his son, and 
John MarshaU. At EUel, on Wednesday next after the Feast of the Purification 
(6 February). {Seal destroyed.) 

873. AJ>. 1325. Demise from Robert de Wasshenton, guardian of the lands 

of Robert, son of William de Eukeston, in EUel (Ellale), to the prior and convent , 
of Burscough, of the purparty of Adamsfeldes and Coteholmes in the vill of EUel .. 
(EUale), until the majority of the said ward. Witnesses: William GentU, John 
Laurence, and Ralph GentU. At Lancaster, on the eve of the Apostles Simon and 
Jude (27 October). {Seal destroyed,) 

374. A.D. 1325. Release and quitchum by Henry de Farbold (Perbalt), clerk, . 
to John, the prior, and the convent of Burscough, of all his right m the lands and / / 
tenements of Starebonk and its appurtenances in the viU of EUel (EUale), which ^. v ' ' 
he had of the gift of Alan de Catherton, and also of those which he had of the 
feoffinent of WUliam de Routhemele in the same viU. Witnesses: :Thomas de 
Slene, Robert de Grange, John MarshaU, Roger le S^nser, and Hugh del Flaskes. 
At EUel, on Wednesday next after the Feast of St Nicholas (11 December). Pot' 
tion of seal,) 

875. A.D. 1326. Demise for term of ten years, by brother John, the prior, and the 

convent of Burscough, to Geoffiry de Holouth, of aU their hind of Starebonk, in the , - * 

viU of EUel (Ellale), at the yearly rent of 13#. 4d. Witnesses: Robert de Grange, '^ 
Thomas de Slene, and Hugh del Flaskes. At Burscough, on Thursday, the Feast 
of St. Michael of the Mount (in Monte Tumba), 16 October, 20 Edw. II. iSeal 
destroyed.) 

876. A.D. 1334. Release and quitclaim by Robert, son of William de Eukeston, 

to die prior of Burscough and his successors, of aU right in a messuage and the / / 
land and tenement in the viU of Ellel (EUale) which Henry de Perbalt, clerk, had ^ 
of the gift and feoffment of William de Routhemele, saving to the grantor and 



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No. 2. — Charters of the Dqchy of Lancaster — continued. 

Ids heirs one pair of spurs by reason of his lordship, to be received from Jordan, 
son of Huffh de Ellale, and his heirs, out of the lands which Herbert de EUale gave 
to Hugh nis brother, in the said vill of Ellel. Witnesses : Richard Wallensis, 
John de Lancaster, Thomas de Thornton, Alan de Assheton, and John de Balrig. 
At EUel, on Saturday next after the octaves of the Holy Trinity (4 June), 
8£dw. m. {Seal destroyed.) ^ 

877. A.D. 1388. Agreement made between brother John, the prior, and the 
canons of Burscough, and Elias de Farleton, for a lease for 20 years, the |term to 
begin at the feast ^ St. Martin in the winter of the year 1338, to the said Elias, of 

f ^ the messuage and all the land and tenement in " le Tratherigges/' in the territory 

- ^ W of Ellel (Slale) sometime of William de Kouthemele, at the yearly rent of 16s., 
saving to the prior and canons a chamber and stable on their coming to Lancaster 
And ^el, and grass and hay^or their horses at such time. Witnesses: Sir John 
de Harington, Sir Edmund de Neville, knights, John Lawrence, Robert de 
Wessinton, and Henry, the clerk. At Burscough, 11 November 1338. {Seal 
destroyed.') 

878. S.D. [1230-1264.] Grant in frankalmoign from Robert, son of Richard, 
the lord of Lathom, to the prior and convent of St. Nicholas of Burscon^ 
(Burcghestude), of part of his land called Swinlehehurst in Anglezarke (Aniewe- 
searche) described by bounds, with all liberties and easements pertaining to the vUl 

r . of Anglezarke (Anlewesearche) and pasture there. Witnesses: Sir John de La- 

^ '-i ^ mare, Simon de Halsall (Halis«ale), Walter de Scarisbreck, Adam de Akenehevet, 

Roger de Hurleton, and Richard his brother, Adam and Simon de Biktrstat, Adam 

de Knowsley (Knnsele), and Richard his brother, Henry de Torbock, Henry de 

Standish (Stoindis), and Robert le Waleys (Wallensis). {Seal destroyed.) 

379. S.D. [1228-1240.] Agreement made between brother B. (Benedict), the 
prior, and the brethren of St. Nicholas of Burscough (Borisco), of the one part, and 
Suanus (son of Ormine) de Hoton of the other part, of a demise to farm for life to 
the said Suanus of an acre of land in Hoton. Witnesses : Robert de Hurletun, 
Walter de Scarisbrec, Richard Walensis, and Award, the clerk. (Cart. Miscell. U., 
69.) 

380. SJ). [1264-1274.] Grant in frankalmoign from Simon, son of Henry de 
Torph, to the church and brethren of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of one selion of 
land in the territory of Torph, described by bounds. Witnesses : Sir John de Lamare, 
Warine de Waltona, Adam de Holand, Richard Banaster, Richard Pincema, John de 
Torph, and Thomas Banaster. {Seal destroyed.) 

381. S.D. [1180-1202.] Grant in perpetuity from Robert, son of Henry, to Henry 
son of Alan the clerk, of the lands and liberties which Henry, prior of Burscough, 

give to the aforesaid Henry and his heirs. * Witnesses : William, the Chaplam, 
eomard, son of Henry, William de Prestecot, Richard Travers, Rond' de Raineford, 
Roger, son of Ulf, Robert, son of Richard, and Ralph de Raind^ord. {Seal.) 

382. S.D. [1272-1286.] Quitclaim by Margery, relict of John de Parisia, to the 
prior and canons of Burscough, of all right in her late husband's land and tenement. 
Witnesses : Robert de Lathpm, Richard Walensis, Madocus de Acton, and Gilbert de 
Halsale. {Seal.) 

383. S.D. [1228-1240.] Grant in frankahnoign from Richard, son of Norman, and 
Amable his wife, to Benedict, the prior, and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of 
two parts of an acre of the land lying next to the land of Richard Schampeneis. 
Witnesses : Sir Robert, lord of Lathom, Simon de Halsale, Walter de Scarisbrec, 
Adam de Bikerstat, and Henry de Torbock. (Cart. Miscdl. I., 19.) . 

384. S.D. [1272-1308.] Release and quitclaim by Matilda de Ponte, widow of 
Richard Lnmbart, to the prior and canons of Burscough (Burscohu), of all right in 
the land which Richard Lumbart, her late husband, granted to the said canons. 
Witnesses: John le Waleys (Walensis), Gilbert de HaSale, Madoc de Acton, Ralph 
de Bikirstat, and Alexander de I^athum. {Seal.) 

Brachenihwaite {Lathom), 

885. S.D. [1282-1236.] Grant in frankalmoign from William, son of Robert de 
Brakenethweit, to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Burscough, of all Hxe land 
of Brakenethait, with the liberties and appurtenances which Hardwinus his grand- 
father had in the same land. Witnesses: Sir John de Lamare, and Sir A. de Bun, 
knights, Richard de Knowsley (EJauseleia), Adam and William his brothers, Adam 
de Birkis. At Lancaster, on.the 15th May, Sir W. de Eboraco and Sir Robert de Ros 
being the King's justices in Eyre. (Portion of seal.) 



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No. 2. — Charters of the Duchy of Lancaster — conHnned, 

886. SJ>. [1282-1286.] Grant in frankalmoign from William, son of Robert de . 
Brakenqwat, to the prior and canons of St Nicholas of Bnrscongh (Barreschoc), of / /e f 
all his land of Brakenqwait which be held of them, and all his right therein, with all ^ 
liberties and easements pertaining to the same. Witnesses (among others) : Richard 

son of Richard, William Blundel, Robert de Hurtun, Ralph de Bucerstat, and Ote de 
Helrebec. {Seal destroyed,) 

887. S.D. [1240*1264.] QuitcUum by Sigeric, widow of Richard le Heriz (Heredis), 
to the prior and canons of St. Nicholas of Bnrscough, of all her right m the land called 
Brankentheyt, and in thegro?e called Grretby ; .and the prior and canons, for this quit- 
claim, are to give to the grantor for her Hfe, the messnage and house held of them by 

Philip, the carpenter, with an acre of land adjoining the said house. Witnesses: Sir » 

Robert, the lord of Lathom, Simon de Halsale, Walter de Scharisbrec, Roger de 
Hniilton, Ralph the clerk, and Robert le Waleys (Walensis). (Cart MisoeU. I., 40.) 

888. S.D. [1260-1272.] Qnitdaim by Robert, son of Richard le Heriz (Heredis) 

of Brakentheoayt, to tiie prior and canons of Borscough (Burschon), of all right in ' o ^ >^ 
the land of Brakenthauayt and of Gretby, which was sometime his. Cither's. Wit- a * 
nesses : John and Richard le Waleys (Walensis), Madocus de Actun, Adam de 
Bikerstat, and Walter de Gosefordesiche. (5ea/.) 

Prepared and examined bj 

(Signed) William Hardy. 



{To be continued,) 



206 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 3. — Mr. Sanders' Annual Report, for 1874, on Fac-smiles 
of National Manuscripts of Ireland, photozincograplied 
at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton. 

Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton, 
Sir, February 1, 1875. 

I HAVE the honour to submit to you the following report upon 
the work performed at this office under my superintendence during the 
past year : — 

In my last report 1 stated that the MSS. selected to form Parts L 
and II. of Volume I. of the series of fac-similes of the National MSS* 
of Ireland had been transferred to zinc, and were in process of being 
printed in colours, in accordance with the permission given by the 
Treasury to Sir Henry James for the additional outlay for this purpose. 

The fac-similes of Vol, I., Part I., so coloured, were completed at this 
office in the beginning of last year, and 20 copies forwarded to Dublin 
in April. Since then 100 additional copies have been sent there, and 
another 50 will be forwarded during this month. Those of Vol. I., Part 
II., are also finished, and 70 copies have been sent to Dublin ; but the 
printing of this Part has been stopped, as the letter-press portion of it is 
not yet ready. This stoppage, however, will expedite the completion of 
the printing of the full edition of Vol. L, a tedious operation, on account ' 
of the number of separate printing of individual pages, and the necessity 
of allowing a certain time to elapse between each printing, in order that 
one colour may be perfectly dry before another is added. Some of the 
subjects have as many as ten printings each, and the pages will have 
to pass 57,600 times through the press for the edition of 300 copies of 
Vol. I., Part I., 41,400 for Vol. I., Part II., and 60,300 for Vol. 11., 
making a total of 159,300 for the whole series. 

The first part of the first volume was published, with letter-press 
complete, in Dublin last August. 

I thought I had already enumerated and described all the ancient 

Irish Books that have been selected to furnish specimens for the series 

of fac-similes, but I find that there are some still to appear in the second 

volume which have not yet been noticed by me. The first of these^ 

" Thb MSS. No. VIII., is from a collection of MSS. in the handwriting of Duald 

OP Duald ^^ McFirbis, preserved in Trinity College, Dublin. One of these is a copy 

Mac Fibbis. ^£ Cormac's Glossary, another a copy of his tutor Daniel O'Davoran's 

own Law Glossary, compiled by him about the year 1595 ; besides 

which there are, as enumerated by O'Curry, separate fragments of three 

Derivative Glossaries, as well as a fragment of an ancient Law Tract, 

with the text-gloss and commentary appended thereto. 

The writer of these, Dubhaltadi mac Gilla Isa Mor Mac Firbhisigh, 
historian of Lecain Mic Firbhisigh, in the barony of Tir-Fiacradh, in 
the county of Siigo, the last of a long lin^ of Irish Seanchaidhe, and 
successively the pupil of the Mac ^gans of Lecain and the O'Davorans 
of Burren, from whose hands he passed into the college of St. Nicholas, 
in the town of Galway, was also the author and compiler of the ** Chro- 
<' nicum Scotorum," a great genealogical volume upon the pedigrees of 
ancient Irish and Anglo-Norman &milies ; a Glossary of the Ancient 
Laws of Erin, of which a fi-agment alone remains ; a Biographical Dic- 
tionary of the ancient writers and most distinguished literary men of 
Erin, now lost ; and other works both in verse and prose. 

He is said to have been descended from Dathi, the last pagan monarch 
of Erin, who was killed by lightning at the foot of the Alps in 428, as 
told in the <' Sluaghid Dathi co Sliebh n-Ealpa»" or the Expedition of 



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No. 3. — Mr* Sanders' Annual Report for IS74— continued, 

Dathi to the Alpine Mountains, and whose grave in the pagan cemetery 
at Raith Cruachain was still marked by the '' Coirthe Dearg/' or Red 
PiUar Stone, so late as 1650, when his descendant Duald wrote his first 
genealogical work. In the year 1670, Mac Firbis, being then more 
than 80 years old and at the time under the ban of the laws, was wan- 
tonly murdered in a small house in the village of Dun Flin, where he 
had stopped to pass the night on his way to the house of Robert the 
son of Sir James Ware, by a young man of the Crofton family, who 
stabbed him to the heart for no other provocation but the fact of his 
being in the house, and therefore in the way of an intrigue in which he 
was engaged with the young woman who had the care of it. 

The example of his work given here is a page from the ^^ Seanchus 
Mdr." 

It is a fine specimen of his handwriting, which is very bold, and 
stated to have been most accurate. The page*is not coloured. . 

The next, No. XXX., is the « Glossary of Cormac Mac Chuillennan," " Cormac'8 
Sling of Mun'ster and Archbishop of Cashel, who was killed at the battle G«)8aABY. 
of M^h Ailbh^ in the year 903. 

This Glossary is believed to have been compiled from the interHnear 
gloss to the Saltair of Cashel, also the work of King Cormac, of which 
a specimen is given in this volume, now, unfortuna^ly, reckoned among 
the *^ Lost Books of Erin,'' though known to have existed, in a dilapi- 
dated form, in 1454, when a copy of all that could be read of it was 
made by Shane O'Clery for Mac Richard Butler. 

The example of the Glossary given here is a page from the copy made 
about 1400, and preserved in the Royal Irish Academy. 

That of the Saltair, No. XLVII., is a page from O'Clery's copy, made "Thb Saltair 
as above mentioned, and now preserved in the Bodleian Library at ofCashbl.* 
Oxford. In the upper margin of this page the following inscription 
runs in Gaelic: '^The Saltair of Mac Richard Butler, t.«., Edmund 
^* Butler's this Saltair; was made prisoner at the rout of Baile-an-Phoill 
^ [now Piltown] of the Earl of Ormond, and Mac Richard by the Earl 
** of Desmond, t.e., Thomas, and this book and the book of Carrick were 
** taken in ransom of Mac Richard. And this is the Mac Richard that 
** had these books written for himself that were taken away by Thomas 
« Earl of Desmond." 

This MS. is said by O'Donovan to have been copied in 1453 by John 
Boy O'Clery for Edmund Mac Richard Butler, of Pottlesrath, in the 
county of Kilkenny. 

No. LVin. is the ** Seanchus Mor," or Great Antiauity, also called "Thb Seak- 
« Cain Phatraic," or « Patrick's Law," and « Noi-fis,"' or " Knowledge ^^* ^^^" 
^ of Nine," the important work of modification of the ancient Pagan or 
Druidical Laws of Ireland to the principles of Christianity. It is said, in 
the Annals of Ulster, to have been made in the year 439 before a Council 
of Nine, made up of three Kings, three Bishops, and three Fil6s ; the 
most eminent of whom were Laeghiur6 Mac NeiU^ Monarch of Erin, St. 
Patrick, the Apostle of Erin, and Ros, the chief Fil^ of Erin. All the 
then existing laws having been submitted to St. Patrick, were expur- 
gated, altered, and newly arranged by hi^, and the amended code, as 
set forth in this volume, was afterwards recognised as the National Law 
throughout Ireland* 

The extract siven here is a page firom a transcript contained in a MS. 
preserved in Trmity College, Dublin. 

This MS. is a Uiick vellum volume, partly quarto and partly royal 
octavo, bound together and made* up of smaller books, and fragments 
of books, beautifully written at difierent periods, and by various £inds. 



208 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SEtTH BEPOBT OP THE 



"Medical 
tseatibb." 



6. GoLuif 

ClLLB." 



No. 3. — Mr. Sanders* Annual Eeport for 1874 — coHdnated, 

It consists of 219 leaves, containing 874 columns, each of which is 
separately numbered as a page in Arabic figures in a modem hand. It 
appears to have belonged in 1666 to Dubhaltach Mac Firbis, and to 
have been subeequentlj purchased by the celebrated antiquary, Edward 
Lloyd, whose autograph appears on the first page, by whom they 
were collected piece by piece from the descendants of the ancient Irish 
Brehons. 

The transcript of the '* Seanchus M6r '' was written in the 15th century. 
The writing is large, and there is a copious gloss of derivations. It 
has been copied by Dr. O'Donovan, who describes the glossary and 
commentaries as very full, but the text in most instances defective. 

No. LIX. is a page from a vellum book in folio, written almost en- 
tirely in one hand, and consisting of 112 folios, or 224 pages. It is a 
medical treatise on various branches of the art, a portion of which 
relates to Materia Medica, and is digested in alphabetical order, in 
which the names of herbs, gums, and fossils used by the old school 
of medicine are given and explained, and their qualities and uses 
described, at full length. The ancient philosophers and many of the 
physicians of the middle ages are frequently quoted throughout. 

The portion included between folios 35a. and 386., from which the 
page printed here is taken, is a fragment of a Latin Grammar in the 
Irish language, being left imperfect at 386., where there is probably 
a chasm in the MS. It ends at the third declension of nouns, but 
copious examples are given under each declension, with the meaning of 
the Latin word in Irish. The volume belongs to Trinity College, Dublin. 

Nos. LXYII. and LXYIII. are a couple of pages from O'DonnelTs 
great History of St. Columba, written in the year 1522, preserved in 
the Bodleian Library. The first is entirely filled with a full-length 
figure of the saint, attired in very gorgeous raiment. * Like the ancient 
Roman statues of the gods — 

*< Frscipoi Bonto, sitque illis anrea barba," 

St. Columba has a golden beard. His lofty mitre is of gold, and 
decorated at the points and along the edges with shanurocks. His 
amice is of chequered gold, with scarlet border ; his alb of white ; 
the chasuble is of blue, ornamented down the front with a cross of 
gold, with scarlet edges, and decorated with orphreys, and it is lined 
with vaire of white and scarlet ; the dalmatic, from under the bottom 
of which hang the fringed ends of the stole, is of scarlet, lined with 
ermine. Over his left arm is hung a maniple of blue, and the left 
hand grasps a pastoral stafi^, coloured with scarlet and golden stripes, 
and terminating at the bottom with a blue spear head ; the crook being 
formed of a golden dragon, from whose open jaws spring two leaves, 
one of which turns up into the open space of the whorl, while the other 
hangs down. The right hand has the palm open to the front, with the 
two fore-fingers and thumb extended in the act of benediction in the 
name of 'the Holy Trinity. It shows no ring. The figure, which seems 
as if intended to be represented standing in a niche, is painted on a 
background chequered with white, scarlet, and golden roses, having at 
the upper comers a large rose in the same colours, and topped each by 
a shamrock ; that on the proper right, gold with a scarlet edge, that on 
the left with these colours reversed. The whole picture is set in a frame- 
work of foliage, also golden on a scarlet ground, with a narrow den- 
tated border of blue and white running round the outer and inner edges. 
I presume St. Columba himself never wore such a dress as this, which 
represents rather the full Eucharistical vestments of a Bishop of the 
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DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 209 

•No. d.-«Mr. Sanders* Annual Report for 187 ^^-^corUinued. 

The last, No. LXXIX., is the Annals of Ulster, also called the " The Amnals 
•* Annals of Senait Mac Maghnusa," from their having been written by of Ulstbb.' 
a member of that clan, Cathal Mac Manus Maguire, in the island of 
'Senait in Longh Erne, now called Belle Isle. They begin with the year 
444, and were continued by him till 1498, when he died of the small- 
pox, and the work was carried on to 1537 or 1541, by Rory O'Cassidy, 
and from thence to the end of the 17th century by the O'Luinins of 
Arda, and others. 

The death of the original compiler is thus recorded in the page pre- . ' 

eented here : — *^ Anno Domini 1498. A great news throughout all Ire- 
^ land this year, namely, the following : Mac Manus Moguire died this 
'' year, i.e., Cathal Og, the son of Cathal, son of Cathal, son of Giolla- 
'' Patrick, son of Matthew, &c. He was a Biataoh (or Hospitaller) at 
*^ Seanadh^ a canon chorister at Armagh, and dean in the bishopric of 
^ dogher. Dean of Lough Erne, and Rector of Inis Caein in Lough 
^ Erne ; tod the representative of a bishop for fifteen years before his 
** death. He was a precious stone, a bright gem, a luminous star, a 
'* casket of wisdom ; a fruitful branch of the canons, and fountain of 
*f charity, meekness, and mildness, a dove in purity of heart, and a 
^^ turtledove in chastity ; the person to -whom the learned, and the poor, 
** and the destitute of Ireland were most thankful ; one who was full of 
** grace and of wisdom in every science to the time of his death, in 
^ law, divinity, physic, and philosophy, and in all the Gaedhlic sciences ; 
<< and one who made, gathered, and collected this book from many other 
** books. He died of the Gralar Breac [the speckled sickness] on the 
'' tenth of the calends of the month of April, being Friday, in the six- 
** tieth year of his age. And let every person who shall read and 
** profit by this book, pray for a blessing on that soul of Mac Manus." 

Five copies of these annals are extant, and a sixth was made by 
CCurry for Dr. Todd in extenso in 1841. That preserved in the Bod- 
leian is called the original copy of these annals, says Dr. O'Connor, ^ 
because it is the matrix of all the others ; but it is not meant that there 
were not older MSS. from which Cathal Maguire collected and tran- 
scribed before the year 1498. 

The specimen furnished here is a page from the beautiful copy in the 
Library of Trinity College, Dublin, the first three leaves being, O'Curry 
suggests, the fra^ent of a fine copy of the Amuds of Tighemac The 
volume is written in a very fine hand, on foho size of vellum, by Rory 
CLuinin, down to the year 1504. Ldl a blank space at the end of 1373 
IS an invocation to every one who reads this little bit to bestow a bless- 
ing on the soul of the man that wrote it, followed by these words , — 
** It is fitter to bestow it on the soul of Rory O'Luinin, who wrote the 
'' book welL'' The last entry on the specimen page given here is 
written in a difierent hand, and one that appears to me forced, as if the 
writer were trying either to disguise his own or to imitate that of the 
scribe who wrote the Annals. It contains a very singular item, hardly 
fit for translation in this report. I should ascribe its appearance to ' 
the fancy of somd irreverent jester, who having obtained and read the 
Annals, took the opportunity of adding an anecdote of his own. I don't 
know whether Edmund Mortel is otherwise known to fame, but I can 
find no further record of him ; and Dr. O'Donovan merely alludes* to 
the passage as existing in the Dublin copy of the Annals of Ulster, but 
omitted by the Four Masters. 

That curious bond, fide entries,' however, do occur in these old annals 
is evident from the following, taken from the Annals of Clonmacnoise, 
under the year 922 : ^ Tomrair Mac Alchi, King of Denmark, is reported 
'^ to have gone to hell with his pains as he deserved." 



210 APPENDIX L TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 

No. 3. — ^Mr. Sanders' Annual Beport for 1874 — continued. 

The volume consists of 170 written pages, and is a transcript of the 
Bodleian MS., the text is a mixture of Gaelic and Latin, and several 
fiages are wanting. 

In addition to the specimens furnished by the above-recited books, 
the second volume of fac-similes contains otiier contributions from the 
Record Offices of England and Ireland, the British Museum, the Bodleian 
Jjibrary, the collections of the Dukes of Leinster and Devonshire, the 
Marquis of Ormonde and the Lord Gormanston, the libraries of Lambeth 
Palace, Majnooth College, Trinity College, Dublin, and the Royal Irish 
Academy, and the Corporations of Dublin and Kilkenny, to some of 
Which I will call attention to in the order in which they appear as being 
|)erhaps objects of special interest. 

The first, Nos. IV. and Y. of the fac-similes, are eight pages from a 
MS. in the British Museum, a little volume of 64 folios, containing 
poetical and other short pieces in Latin and English, in a handwriting 
of the beginning of the 14th century. The first four of these eight 
pages contain a ballad upon the death of Sir Piers de Bermingham, 
^hose death is recorded in the *' Conquest of Ireland " with other im- 
portant events that happened in the same year, Anno Domini 1308. 
^' The Lord Peter de Gavestone, Earl of Cornwall, came into Ireland. 
^' The Lord de Mortimer, who had for his wife the heiress of Meath, 
** came into Ireland. The Earl of Gloucester took to wife the daughter 
'< of the Earl of Ulster. The Lord Peter de Bumingham died. The 
-** Templars taken in Ireland." 

The other four pages contain a satirical ballad, in which the writer 
•does not spare himself, in the form of a hymn, invoking saints, religious 
orders, and different classes of tradesmen and artificei^. Besides its 
•curiosity as a specimen of 14th century English, the poem is so amusing 
;ftnd humorous that I give a transcript of the first and last pages — 

Hail seint Michel with the laree sper 
Fur beth thi winges up thi B<uiolder 
Thou hast a rede kirtil a non to thi fote 
Thou ert beat angle that ever ffod makid. 
This vers is ful wel iwro^t 
. Hit is of wel furre y bro^t. 

Hail seint Christofre with thi lang stake 

Thou ber ur Loverd Jesus Christ oyer the brod lake 

Mani grete kunger swimmeth abute thi fete 

Hou mani hering to peni at West Chep in London. 

This vers is of holi writte 

Hit com of noble witte. 

Seint Man bastard the mandlein is sone 

To be wel idothid wel was thi wone 

Thou berist a box on thi bond ipeintid al of gold 

'Woned thou wer to be hend ^ive us sum of l£i spicis. 

This vers is makid wel 

Of consonans and woweL 

Hail seint Domnik with thi lang stafFe 

Hit is at the ovir end crokid as a gaffe 

Thou berist a bok on thi bak io wen hit is a bible 

Tho) thou be a gode clerk be thou no^t to hei^. 

Trie rime la god hit wote 

Soch an oihir an erthe inote. 

Hail seint Franceis with thi mani foulis 
Kites and crowis revenes and oules 
Fure and twenti wildges and a poucok 
Mani bold begffer nwith thi route. 

This vers is ful wel isette 

Swithe furre hit was i vette. 



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The friars, pilgrims, monks, nuns, and priests are then dealt with in a 
similar strain ; then follow the merchants, tailors, sutters (shoemahexs)^ 
skinners, and potters, and then — 

Hail be ^e bakers with ^ur loris smale 
Of white bred and of blake fill mani and fale 
^e pincheth on the ri^t white a^ens goddeslaw 
To the fair pillori ich rede )e tak hede. 

This vers is iwrow^te so welle 

That no tang iwis mai telle. 

Hail be ^e brewesters with tur galuns 

Potelfi and quartes over al the tonnes 

^ur thowmes berith moch awai schame hab the cyle 

Beth iwar of the coking-stole the lak is dep and hori.- 

Sikerlich he was a clerk 

That so sleilich wroite this werk. 



Hail be ^e hokesters don hi the lake 
With candles and golokes and the pottes blak 
Tripis and kme fete and schepen heredes . 
With the hori tromcheri hori is ^ure inne. 

He is son of his lif 

That is fast to such a wif. 

Ai a debles kaites that kemith the wolle 
Al the schindes of the troun and heii opon ^ur senile 
^e makid me sech a goshome over al the wowes 
Ther for ich makid on of )ou sit opon a hechil. 

He was noble clerk and gode 

That this dep lore understode. 

Makith glad mi frendis )e sittith to long stille 
Spekith now and gladieth and drinketh al ^ur fille 
Ze habbeth i bird of men lif that wonith in lond 
Drinkith dep and makith glade ne hab )e non other nede. 

This song is y seid of me 

Ever iblessid mot )e be. Explicit. 

I add the following stanza from the second page, because it refers ta 
the White Friars of Droghedi 



Hail be ^e freris with the white copis 

^e habbith a has at Drochda whar men makith ropis 

Ever ^e beth roilend the londis al aboute 

Of the water diussers )e robbith the churchis. 

Maister he was swithe gode 

That this sentence understode. 

The next. No. VII., illustmtes the distinction that existed between 
the Norman settlers in Ireland and the native inhabitants, with regard 
to the administration of the law. With the exception of five principal 
septs, the O'Neills of Ulster, the O'Conors of Connaught, the O'Brians 
of Thomond, the O'Lachlans of Meath, and the MacMurroughs of Lein* 
ster, and the inhabitants of the principal sea ports, the Irish generally 
were considered beyond the protection of the English laws. In the 
exXtwX from the Boll of Fleas of the Crown and Gaol delivery at 
Waterford, before the Justiciary, Sir John Wogan, in the fourth year 
of King Edward the Second, a copy of which is given in this volume, 
John le Waleys is indicted for the murder of John Mac Tvor Mac- 
giUemory. He acknowledges, but denies that he is criminally liable for 
having killed him, on the plea that the said John was '' purus Hibemi- 
eus," and not of free blood. He, however, offers to pay for him ; the 
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reparation fee. Then comes John fitz John fitz Bobert le Poer, who 
pleads that all the Macgillemorys were under the English laws, and 
produces letters patent of King Edward the First, confirming a charter 
of King Henry Fitz Empress, conferring that privilege upon the Mac- 
gillemories, as being Oustmen of the citj and county of Waterford, of 
whom the said John was a descendant. The case appears to have been 
deferred for further evidence. 

Waterford had been originally a colony of the Danes or Ostmen, and 
the Castle of DunnoiU, about six or seven miles from it, was the strong- 
hold of the le Peers. In the account of the capture of Waterford by 
Eaymond le Gros, in 1170, by the Four Masters, a Gillemaire is men- 
tioned as being the captain of the fortress, " Reginald's Tower," [pro- 
bably so named from Regenald, one of the leaders of the citizens], now 
called ''the Ring Tower" of that city, and as having been made 
prisoner there. 

In No. XIV., which is an extract from the Memorandum Roll, 
8 Edwai'd IL, we have the w&ole of the negociations for the transfer, 
at the request of the Earl of Kildare, made to Sir JohnDarcy the 
justiciary, of Mahon, the son of Morrough O'Brian, to his father, in 
exchange for Simon Lawless and his son and Alexander Bemagh, who 
had been captured by O'Brian in a skirmish. These close with a letter 
from Sir Hugh Lawless, dated Dublin, May 28, 1325, acknowledging 
the receipt of Manus O'Brian from Walter de Islepe, the treasurer of 
Ireland, and Henry de Badowe, constable of Dublin Castle, with the 
understanding that if the proposed exchange should fall through, the 
said Mahon is to be returned to Dublin Castle with all reasonable haste. 

A little further on we come to a document which marks an important 
epoch in the history of Ireland. It is towards the close of the 14th 
century, when Sir William Windsor was governor of Ireland, and the 
normal state of distraction of the country was aggravated by the Statute 
of Balkenny, which had been passed some nine years previously. At 
this time the authority of the Government had fallen so low, and the 
cost of maintaining it had become so excessive and intolerable, that the 
King issued his letters patent to Sir William Windsor for the summon- 
ing of* a kind of Irish Parliament to meet him in England, in default of 
a previous settlement of the affairs by the prelates, nobles and commons 
in Ireland, for the purpose of apportioning a certain share of these 
expenses to be borne by the Irish themselves. The Parliament of the 
Pale assembled at Kilkenny, excused themselves from contributing any- 
thing for the purpose on the score of poverty, and evasive returns were 
made by the sheriffs of the different counties to the royal writs com- 
manding them to elect representatives to attend before the King in 
England at the expense of each county. Most of the dioceses, counties, 
and cities repudiated the notion of self-defence altogether, and the few 
that assented to the discussion of the principle were unable to do much 
towards carrying it out. A certain number of representatives, how* 
ever, actually were elected and met at Westminster ; but their powers 
were so insufGicient that the meeting soon dissolved, being incompetent 
to entertain the question which they had been summoned to discuss. 

. The document I refer to. No. XIX., is a portion of the Irish Boll, 
49 Edward IIL, being the copy of the writ to the sheriff of Dublin, 
dated at Clonmel, November 29, 1376. In this writ the evasive nature 
of previous returns is marked by the King, and the sheriff is commanded 
to distrain upon all the goods and chattels of the recusant parties in his 
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till the rojal pleasorei shall be farther notified. The distress to be at 
least one hundred shillings each, and thej themselves to be brought 
before the King to answer for their contempt of his authority in such 
emergency. 

Nos. XXXTL and XXXIII. chronicle the visit to Ireland of King 
Richard II. in 1399, to avenge the death of his cousin Roger Mortimer, 
Earl of March and Lieutenant of Ireland, who had fallen in a skirmish 
at Kenlis in Leinster, with the (^Brians and O'Tooles, a short time 
before, a notice of which is given in the Annals of Clonmacnoise 
thus : *^ Richard, King of England, arrived in Ireland this year, by 
** whom Art MacMorrogh, King of Leinster, was mightily weakened 
'^ and brought low. MacMorrogh, upon an inroad he made, was over- 
'' taken by the English of Leinster and Meath, where many of the 
'^ English army and the retained kerne of MacMorrogh were killed, 
'* with the sons of Donnogh 0*Doynne, Karrell, and Owen, with their 
'^ chiefest people; also William MacKarrell Fitzpatrick was killed 
«« there." 

The numbers above quoted are three pages from a very interesting 
MS., giving an account of Eling Richard's proceedings in Ireland on 
this occasion, written in French by a French gentleman in the royal 
train, and treating generally of the last few months of the King's reign. 
The copy from which these pages are taken is preserved in the British 
Museum. Each of these three pages is headed by a coloured drawing 
representing three several events in the campaign. 

The first represents the knighting of Henry of Monmouth, afterwards 
Henry V., by King Richard. The royal army is depicted drawn out 
at the entrance of the dense woods in which the Irish had taken cover, 
and the King, with banner displayed and mounted on a horse half 
hidden by gorgeous housings, is laying the fiat of his sword across the 
shoulders of his royal hostage, *' the young, fair, and promising bachelor/' 
who receives the accolade with due reverence of attitude and expression, 
the King at the same time saying, as chronicled, '^ My fair cousin be 
^* prudent and valiant for you have some valiant blood to conquer." In 
order to do him the more honour and make the event more durable in 
his memory, the King made eight or ten other knights at the same 
time, but what their names were the chronicler either did not or pro- 
fessed not to care to know ; for, says he, 

" Car de leor fait ne m'en chaloit gratinment, 
*' Ne d'eolx auBsi." 

The second picture represents the parley between the Earl of Glou- 
cester and the Irish chieftain Mac Murrougl^. The Earl's troops, which 
consisted of a guard of two hundred lances and a thousand archers, are 
halted on the right bank of a stream, and Mac Murrough is seen coming 
out of the opposite wood at a gallop, accompanied by two of his 
followers. " From a mountain between two woods, not far from the 
" sea, I saw Mac Murrough descend, accompanied by multitudes of the 
^' Irish, and« mounted on a horse without saddle or saddle bow which 
" cost him, it was reported, four hundred cows, so good and handsome 
'' an animal it was. This horse was fair, and in his descent from the 
'' hill to' us, ran as swift as any stag, hare, or the swiftest beast I have 
*^ ever seen. In his right hand he bore a long spear, which, when near 
'* the spot where he was to meet the Eai*], he cast from him with much 
" dexterity. The crowd that followed him then remained behind while 
^* he advanced to meet the Earl near the brook. He was of largQ 
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** of deed." The chieftain's appearance and action, i|i the drawing, as 
he gallops down to the dump of spears drawn up to receive him, looks 
anything but peaceful. With the exception of his having no shoes or 
stockings, he is fully dressed. 

The third drawing represents the arrival of three vessels laden with 
provisions from Dublin, and the rush made by the soldiers for them. 
Here the chronicler represents the men as fighting among themselves, 
plunging into the sea, and parting- with clothes and money for food and 
drink. On that day, he believes, there were more thaa a thousand men 
drunk, seeing that it was just then the vintage of Spain, '' qui est bonne 
contree." Many buffets and blows were interchanged, but notwith- 
standing the King set off the next day for Dublin, in spite of all the 
howls of the enemy. In this drawing, the scramble in the water is 
given with great spirit ; three men are already in the sea, which, how- 
ever, appears to be rather shallow ; helmets, gauntlets, coats of mail, 
hoods, and all, and a sailor is depicted stretching over the bows of one 
of the vessels, and holding out a loaf of bread to the nearest soldier. 
This is the only sailor who appean^ to take any interest in the matter, 
the rest of the crews, two men to each vessel, wear an expression of 
profound indifference. It may be added that the army looks anything 
but starved, the figures in the drawing appearing particularly well fed. 
All the three paintings are exceedingly interesting. They ta-e drawn 
with great force, and give what would appear to be a very good general 
idea of the country, while, in point of costume, they no doubt afford 
valuable infonnation as well. 

1^0. XXXVIIL, besides the interest of its subject, offers so very 
remarkable a specimen of 15th century £nglish, that I transcribe it 
in full. It is a page from a paper book in the library of Trinity College, 
Dublin, of folio size, and written in the 16th or very early in the 16th 
century, being an English translation, or rather paraphrase, of such 
portions of the " Expugnatio Hibernica " of Girsddus Cambrensis, as 
seemed most suitable to Anglo-Hibernian readers. The volume 
formerly belonged to Archbishop Dssher, and formed part of his 
collection granted to the college by King Charles the Second. The 
principal feature in this page is the secret letter written by Basile, 
Strongbow's sister, to her husband Raymond Fitz-Grerald, *' Raymond le 
Gros," communicating the news of the Earl's death. At the time of its 
receipt, Raymond was engaged in reinstating Mac Arthy, Prince of 
Desmond, who had been dethroned by his son Cormac, in his dominions ; 
having been promised a splendid reward by the exiled Toparch, if his 
services should prove successful. 

<* The whyle that Beymond was in this maner yn desmon come a messager to hym 
from dy velyn hastyly I sent and broght hym a lettre from basile hys wyf bot he that 
hyt broght wyst nat what hyt was Keymond hadde wyth hym a clerk that he wel 
tryst to he lete hym rede the lettre privelyth that thus myche hym sej^de. * To hyre 

* leve lord and hyr spouse Reymond hys basyle sendeth gretynge as to hyr selve wyt 
' thou lef man that the gretd chektoth that so sore me oke ys I&IIe wherfore yf thou 

* any thynge recheste of thy selfe other of me ne leve nat to come hastyly to me.' 
Whan Reymund diys herd he understode that the mychtoth that hyr was IfaUe 
betokned y* Erles deth for he lefte hym fill seke at dyyelyne whan he parted from 
hym. Aod theghe he lange ther to for was ded for drede of Iresshe men he was for 
bold tyl Reymondes comes and the meygnees ynto leynestre. Reymond tamed sone 
to lymeryke and y* sorow that was yn hys hert withyn he for al hyt as myche as he 
myght with fayr semblant makjnee without and fill fewe men he shewed the 
adventor that so sodeynly was -by udle and of ham that mooste good kouth he be 
soght consaylle and rede what was ham to done. Than was comenly harerede such 
wmit fore the erles deth what for Reymondes wendynge out of the lond that the 
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and al the meygne holy led yn to leynestre y* townes upon y* see and the castels for to 
kepe Reymond theghe hym loth wer graunted thys and stod to hare rede and for he ne 
fond none that aityr hym void there abyde he betoke Obreen the k3mge of thomon 
the Cyte to kepe as the kynges barone and toke of hym efte newe hostages and many 
newe othes Iswore the tone harmles for to kepe and the pees trewly for to hold upon 
thys forward tbay wentten al out of the C>'te and lefte Obren and hys men withyn 
and nnnethes thay war Ipassed the brygge that y* to there end nas Ibroken anoonryght 
hehynd ham and y* tone that wcl and fast was Iwalled and wel Ibyld with good 
honsses Iherberged o wyttaylle that on every half thether was Ibroght well Istoffed 
nat without grette sorynesse of hert thay sawe on four partyes Isette ^re and thys the 
traytor Obren shewed openlych how me shal tryst to Iryshemen trouth. Reymond 
with all the meygne wentt hym tho to dyrelyn and the £rles body that by hys 
byddynge was Ikq>t unbuiyed yn the modyrchurch of y* Trynyte to for the swete 
rode by procurynge of sent laurence that was yn that tyme erchebysshoppe of 
dyvelyn." 

Earl Richard's death is thus recorded in the Annals of the Four 
Masters in the year 1176. ** The English earl, that is Richard, died in 
** Dublin of an ujcer, which had broken out in his foot through the 
*^ miracles of SS. Bridget and Columbkille, and of all the other saints 
^* whose churches had been destroyed by him. He saw, as he thought, 
" St. Bridget in the act of killing him." 

And the following is a translation of the description given of his famous 
brother-in-law " Raymond le Gros," by Giraldus Cambrensis : — ** Now 
** Raymond was a man of large size, and of stature a little above the com- 
** mon, with yellow and slightly curling hair, large, gray, round eyes, 
** a moderately high nose, and a countenance embrowned, cheerful and 
" serene. Although burdened with a superfluity of flesh yet he made 
^* up for the natural heaviness of his body by the innate liveliness of his 
** heart, and lessened the vices of the flesh by the virtues of the mind. 
" He passed sleepless nights in care of the army, and like a sentinel of 
" sentinels was wont with wonderful diligence to keep ward going his 
^* rounds throughout the night, wandering about hither and thither and 
" shouting. Happy in this and fortunate that he never or very rarely 
** blundered in any thing he took in hand either through carelessness or 
" temerity. A moderate and prudent man, neither dainty in food or 
" raiment, patient of cold and heat, patient in anger, and patient in labour. 
** His wish was rather to benefit those over whom he presided than to 
" rule them — to seem to them more like a helper than a master. But 
" that I may briefly sum up the man's virtues, manners and conduct, he 
" was liberal and indulgent, cautious and foreseeing : and although ex- 
** ceedingly brave and well versed in arms, he excelled in martial deeds 
** by his prudence and forethought. A man praiseworthy in both, 
** having much indeed of the soldier, but more of the commander." 

No. XL. marks the arrival of the Duke of York in Ireland as gover- 
nor in the year 1449. It purports to be a bill making mention of the 
Irishmen that came in to the duke in the short space between the date of 
his appointment, July 5, and the Feast of the Assumption, August 15, 
following. The number given is 30,000, and O'Brian's submission is 
related as a consequence of the losses inflicted upon him in a march by 
the duke with this force into his country. Among those that thus flocked 
to the dnke's standard, the first is Magenws [Magennis], who is 
described as bringing with him 600 horse and footmen, "and two men 
" harneyscd and a nakyd man by twyt theym." There is a list too of 
the knights thiit were made in 0*Bnnn's countiy. The document 
concludes with this sentence : — *' All tliise beth kynges, dukes, erlys, and 
*^ barones that beth come in to my Lord of York by for Michcimcs 
** auno Domini mccccxlix^ et regai Regis Uenrici sexti xxvui®, and 

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'< beth swome trewe legemen to the Kjnge of Englonde and to his eirez 
'' male and to my Lord of York and to his eyrez male and leide hostagez 
** and i bound by endenturys and with the myght of Jesus er twelve- 
^ month come to end the wildest Yrisheman in Yrland shaUe be swore 
" Englissh." 

No. XLII., an extract from the Statute Eoll, 38 Henry .YI., marks an 
opposite phase in the fortunes of the Duke of York. It is the record of 
an Act passed in the Irish Parliament, commenced in February 1460, 
about four months subsequent to his flight into Ireland after the break 
up of his army at Ludlow, to protect him from the consequences of any 
writs directed against him from England. By this Act it was ordained 
that no person or persons being within the said land of Ireland, shall be 
compelled to answer any appeal or other matter out of that land, except 
by order under the Great Seid of Ireland ; that no officer of Ireland shall 
put any order, except under such seal, in execution under pain of for^ 
feiture ; that no charge of treason shall be determined otherwise than 
before the Constable and Marshall of Ireland, in Ireland ; and that any 
person preferring a charge of treason against another in Ireland, and 
failing to prove it, shall be condenmed to death without mercy. 

No. LII. belongs to a very important period in English history, the 
time when the rumours of the escape of Prince Richard of York, and his 
expected appearance in Ireland first began to be bruited abroad, and 
the Earl of Kildare, Deputy of Ireland, was so strongly suspected 
of connivance in the alleged plot, that a royal mandate was issued 
summoning him to appear in England, and give an account of his 
administration. It is a letter to the King, signed and sealed by the Earls 
of Ormonde and Desmond, and the Lords Roche and Courcy, stating that 
they had prevailed upon the Earl to disobey the summons and to stay at 
home, on account of the great danger to himself and the state involved 
in his leaving Ireland at that time, trusting that his Majesty will take no 
displeasure with the Earl or themselves. They pledge themselves to the 
true observance of the oath of allegiance, by which the Earl is already 
bound, during the remainder of the Earl's life. 

This letter was forwarded to King Heniy in England, where it now 
remains preserved among the Irish State Papers in Her Majesty's 
Record Office, 

The next fac-simile, No. LIIL, is that of the enrolment on the Statute 
Roll, 10 Henry VII. of the Act called " Poynings' Law," fiom the then 
Lord Deputy, Sir Edward Poynings. This statute enacts that no 
Parliament shall be held in Ireland, until the Lieutenant and Council 
shall have certified unto the King the causes and considerations of its 
assembly, and all such Acts as shall seem to them necessary to be passed. 
And that upon the King's and Coimcil's approval, and the royal leave 
being given for the same and the summoning of Parliament under the 
Great Seal, a Parliament shall be held. And any Parliament hereafter 
held in Ireland contrary to the above enactment shall be held null and 
void.. 

Nos. LV. and LVI. are two Signet Bills, both dated at Greeni^ich, one 
on the 28th of November 1 498, and the other on the 6th of February 
1499, and both addressed to Sir Robert Litton, under- treasurer and 
keeper of the great wardrobe. The first is for the issue, for the use of 
the son and heir of the Earl of Kildare, of eight yards of velvet for a 
" Glaudekyn " furred with white " Bogy ;" two yards* and a half of taw- 
ncy medley for a gown furred with white bogy ; two doublets, one of 
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the ell : two pair of tawnej hose, and one pair of crimson ; a hat and 
two bonnets one black and the other crimson ; two yards of silk ribbon 
for girdles, and three dozen silk-points ; a pair of boots with spurs, two 
pair of shoes, two pair of pynsyns, and a pair of slippers. The lad for 
whom these things were ordered was Grerald Fitz- Gerald, son of the 
famous Earl of Kildare, the supporter of Simnel and Perkin Warbeck, 
for whose good behaviour he was then hostage, afterwards Earl of 
Kildare himself, the husband of the Lady Elizabeth Grey, and enemy 
of Wolsey ; one of the most magnificent of the nobles who contributed 
to the splendour of the *' Field of the Cloth of Gold," successor to his 
father in the Lord Deputyship of Ireland, and ultimately a prisoner in the 
Tower, where he died of a broken-heart on the 12th of December 1534. 

' The other. No. LVL, is for payment to " our welbeloved servant 
" Roger Lynden, our corveser," for sixteen pair of double-soled shoes, 
one pair of high pynsens, one pair of slippei*s, one pair of low pynsens 
one pair of night butewes, and one pair of boots for the Duke of York 
fourteen pair of double-soled shoes for the Lady Margaret, eight pair of 
single soled, and four pair of double-soled shoes for the Lady JMary, and 
one pair of boots, one pair of slippers, and two pair of pynseus for the 
Lord of Kildare's son. 

These two interesting documents belong to the Duke of Leinster, the 
present twenty-third Earl of Kildare. 

The following letter, No. LXVI., from the unfortunate Archbishop of 
Dublin to Cromwell, gives a good idea of what the duties of an active 
prelate were in his days, and his troubles in finding means to perform 
them. A dozen archers for a body guard when on his visitation among 
the Irish and English rebels, cannot certainly be considered an immo- 
derate request. The letter, besides its purport and the^ style of its lan- 
guage, is a curious example of an excessive use of punctuation and 
marks of emphasis. Only the valedictory portion is in the Archbishop's 
own hand, but he seems to have punctuated it himself throughout. 

** Jesns. 
<* From Dublin, the 19th of Marche 1531. 

" I recomend me right hertilie unto you. So thankeing your goodenes, for suche 
labours, and payncs, as yow (with my bi other) right lovynglie hatli taken : to bryng my 
(secund) great prsemunire, to a conclusion : By the finall, end wherof, I do not a 
little perceve : your tendre favours, both in counsailyng and perilc, also diligence ; 
whiche shevith, as wele, your goode mynde toward my saide brother : As that ye 
have not forgotten, olde acquayntauns : for the whiche, your gentle maners, I gyve 
you entire thankes accordyngly ; No lesse now in hert, mouth, and writyng, : Then 
I trust hereto cum (if ever it fortune me to be able) in dedis, and actis, effectuaUie: 
^In accomplishment wherof (and to thentent, I may the soner performe this my saide 
unfayned promise} I must instantUe require y^v {Necessitas facit licitum^ quod alias 
est illicitum) to move my soverayne lord the kynges goode grace, to gyve unto me, 
a prebende of oone hundred pound a yere (in coiomendame) to mayntene thestate 
that his highnes hath callid me unto : (beyng primate of his Churche in Irland, and 
Chauncelour of the same) with ought my merites : and by obediens (agaynst my will 
truly). 

*' His graces Coimsaile here : uppon Instruccions <ient from thens : grounded uppon 
sinister informacions : verilie hath so sore gratid uppon my litle substannce (that I 
had : uppon a brute, and prepensed fame) that I can not lyve (and pay my dettes) 
with wirsbip, nore yet with honestie : In keping a competent house, and convenient 
servaunts, Nether tyme of pece : Nore yet of warre ; And muchc the Rather, that my 

(credettes ther with you, be denayed unjustlie ; And heire with us, I can not have the 
fortie marke Fee of the Chauncelourship (now two ycrc and half past) Nore yet suche 
monay, as I laide ought uppon the kynges lettres, As welo for Shippes and l^Iariners 
wages : As for reparacions done on the kynges Chauncerie also Castell. 

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Sir (afor god) I desyre none translacion, nore yet any maner of benefice, of 
Cure ; Or yet of ^gnitie: but oonelie (if it myght please the k3mge8 highnes, to have 
sum compacyone uppon me) a prebend, whiehe shold cause no murmure of absentie 
. from tbens ; wherby I myght kepe a dosyne yemen, archers : In wages and lyveray: 
when I lye in the Marches uppon the Churche landes : to kepe me, in the kynges 
service, from his Irishe Inimies, and Inglishe rebelles. And ever a monge to do sum 
litle reparacions : wher and when, oone shillinge may save here after a pounde. So 
knowethe god, who may sende you (when I am ought of half my dett) : : this next 
yere, oone hobby : : oone hauke : and oone lymeryke mantle : whiehe thre thinges : 
bene all the commodities for a gentleman is pleasor in thes parties : As ye shall 
more understand, by this berer (Nicholas Cloes) myne olde and assured servaunt 
unto whom ye may gyve credence more largelie. And thus, lessourlees : fare ye 
right hertily welle. Amen : 

« Youre righte lovyng Frinde : assuerdly : John Dublin :" 

The two letters, No. LXX., are both from Lord Thomas Fitz Gerald ; 
the first to Lord Leonard Gray, written after O'Conor's surrender to Sir 
William Skeffington in the summer of 1534 ; the second to his servant, 
John Routh, written from the Tower, where his name and arms are 
still to be seen rudely cut into the wall of the Beauchamp Tower, I 
give them both in full, for they are short and very interesting, the first 
as bearing upon the question of Leonard's treachery, the second as a 
melancholy evidence of the straits to which " the Silken Lord " was 
reduced and the cruelty of his imprisonment. This letter is holograph. 

*' Affter all dw recoummendations I hartely recoummend me on to your lordshyp 
sertifi}'ng yon that where as I hawe done any thyng contrary agaynst my sowj-ryng 
lorde the Kynges grace ys mynd came nothyng of my owne mere mosyou butt onely 
by youer cownsaylle the whych bene in your lordshyp ys cumpany now as ben 
thomas ewstas and gerald gerott shane ys son wyth dyverse othyrs by the whych I 
was gowemyd att that tyme and dyd nothyng butt affter youer mynd the whych I 
reportt me to all the lords of the englys pale. Wherefore I hartely desyre your lord- 
shyp to be interssessor betwyx my said 3*8 grase and me that I may have my pardon 
for me and myn I^'ff and lands the whych shall nott be ondyservyd to the uttermost 
of my power and yff I con nott optayne my forsayd pardon I hawe no nothyr to do 
butt shyfiPt for my sylff the best that I can trustyng in god who preserve your lordshyp. 

" By your lowyng frend 

" T. ritx Geralde." 

" Jesus. 

" My trusty servant I hartely commend me onto you. I pray you that you woll 
delyver thys othjT letter onto Obryen, I have sent to hym for xx. li. starlyng, the 
which yi£ he take you (as I trust he woll) than I woll that you com over and bryng 
y tt onto my Lord Crumwell that I may so have ytt. I never hud eny mony gyns I 
cam In to pryson but a nobull : nor I have had nother hcsyn, dublet, nor shoys, nor 
shyrt but on, nor eny othyr garment but a 6jTig}-ll fryse gowne, for a velue furryd 
wythe bowge, and so I have gone wolward,* and barefote and bareleg^d, dyverse 
tymes (whan ytt hath not ben very warme) and so I shuld have don styll and now, 
but that pore prysoners of ther gentylnes hathe sumt^me gevyn me old hosyn and 
sboys, and old shyrts. — thys I wr}'t onto you not as complaynyng on my frynds, but 
for to shew you the trewthe of my gret nede> that you shuld be the more dylygent 
In go)«ng onto Obryen and In bryngyng me the bcforesayd xx. li. wherby I myght 
the soner have here mony to by me clothys, and also for to amend my sclender 
comyns and fare, and for othyr necessaryes. I woll you take owte of that you bryng 
me for your costs and labur. I pray you have me commendyd onto all my lovers 
and frends, and shew them that I am In gude helthe. 

" By me Thomas fytz Gerald." 

The first of these letters has been quoted as showing of " what weak 
" materials such firebrands may be composed," but this second, wi'itten 
within a few months of his execution at Tyburn, is both pathetic and 
manly. " Tlie Four Masters " record his capture in these words : — 

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** The a^e of Christ 1535 When the aforesaid Englishmen were not able to 

make a prisoner of Thomas (after having taken his manors and towns from him, and 
driven him for an asjlum to the Irish of the South of Ireland, especially to the O'Brians 
and O'Conor Faly, who were all a firm and powerful bulwark against them and at war 
with them) they resolved in Council to proffer him a pretended peace and take him by 
treachery : whereupon they sent Lord Leonard to the EarPs son who promised pardon 
on behalf of the King so that he coaxed him with him to England, where he was imme- 
diately seized and placed in the King's tower in bondage and captivity. Lord Leonard 
returned to Ireland ; and the Lord Justice of Ireland, William Skeffington, having 
died, he assumed his place and he took to him the sons of Garrett, the son of Thomas 
the Great Earl of Kildare, namely, James Meirgeach, Oliver, John, Walter, and 
Richard, and they were for some time in his company and friendship. They were, 
however, finally seized on, they being under his protection and sent to the King of 
England ; and they were immediately clapped into the King's tower, in which was 
also the heir to the Earldom, that is, Thomas ; and there were they all six I" 

A year and a half after this entry comeB another. ^^ Thomas, 
'^ the son of the Earl of KUdare, the best man of the English, of 
'' Ireland in his time, and his father's five brothers whom we Imve 
'^ already mentioned, were put to death in England on the 3rd of the 
'^ nones of February ; and all the Geraldines of Leinster were exiled 
*' and banished. The Earldom of Kildai^ was vested in the King, and 
" every one of the family who was apprehended, whether lay or eccle- 
'* siastical, was tortured and put to death. These were great losses, 
'^ and the cause of lamentation throughout Ireland." 

The next fac-simile in the volume, No. LXX., is that of a very 
valuable document belonging to the Corporation of Dublin, being the 
original deed of surrender of the convent of All Saints, near Dublin, 
'^ to the most illustrious and unconquered Prince, Henry the Eighth, 
^^ by the grace of God, of England and France King, Defender of the 
" Faith, Lord of Ireland, and on earth of the English and Iiish Church 
*^ under Christ, the .Supreme Head,*' dated 16th November 1538, 
signed by the prior and four of the monks, and sealed with the common 
seal of the House ; a fragment of which still remains pendant. 

No. LXX VI. is a portion of the Statute Roll, 33 Henry VHL, being 
the enrolment of the Act passed by the Irish Parliament in June 1541, 
conferring the title of " King of Ireland " on King Henry and his suc- 
cessors, for the reason, as stated in the preamble, that " for lacke of 
<< namyng the Kinge's Majestic and his noble progenitors Elings of 
'' Ireland according to their said true and just title, stile, and name 
*' therin haithe bene greate occasyon that the Irishe men and enhabi- 
** taunts within this realme of Irlande have not bene soo obedient to 
" the Kinge's Highnes and his moste noble projenitours and to their 
'^ lawes as the! of right and according to their allegiaunce and bounden 
" dueties ought to have bene." 

The last of the list of fac-similes which I shall notice as contained in 
this volume, is No. LXXVIL, and this, in one respect, may be con- 
sidered one of the most interesting in the whole book. It famishes a 
very graphic picture of the wretched state to which Ireland had by that 
time been reduced, not se much by her original Celtic inhabitants, the 
** puri Hibemici," the " wild Irish," as by the mixed race that had 
sprung from intermarriage of the native princes with the descendants of 
the Anglo-Norman nobles that had followed De Clare — a race that, 
after the manner of most half-castes, often inherited the worst qualities 
of each parent stock* It also sets out some of the many modes by 
which the inhabitants were oppressed and the country impoveiished by 
the vagaries of these Anglo-Noiinan-Irish robber chie& — "coin and 
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No. 3. — ^Mr. Sanders' Annual Report for 1874 — continued 

a time for the chiefs soldiery, and the presentation to them of a sum 
of money into the bargain — " foy and pay and mertyeght," or forced 
contributions in cash and kind towards the entertainment of all his 
guests whenever he had any — ^and he was generally of a very hos- 
pitable turn — " musterroons " for the keep of ail his workmen, from the 
mason who repaired his castles, to the tailor who made his clothes — 
and " cody and coshry," an arrangement by which he contrived to get 
rid of another considerable item of pergonal and household expense by 
periodical visits, with as many of his respectable retainers as he chose to 
take with him, to his tenants ; who were not only obliged to keep the 
whole party in meat and drink, Ught and lodging, but fee them with 
money at their departure. If a tenant was at all disagreeable his lord 
repeated the visit till he was ruined. As will be seen in this petition, 
the petitioners were '^ sessed " in every shape and way, and the assessors 
in such cases were often so insolent and rapacious that unless bribed 
they would pay themselves by seizing more than they had to account 
for. 

The fac'simile is one of an original petition presented by the gentle- 
man inheritors and freeholders of the county of Tipperary to the King, 
praying for protection against the per<secutions of Sir James and Sir 
Edmund Butler. It is certified to by the Mayor of Waterford, the 
Archbishop of Cashel, and the Bishop of Waterford, under their respec- 
tive hands and seals, which latter still remain attached in nearly perfect 
form. As a full abstract of its contents is to be found in my accom- 
panying chronological list, I need not repeat them here. 

The original belongs to the Marquis of Ormonde, and is one of many 
belonging to the same nobleman that adorn and lend value to this series 
of the national manuscripts of Ireland. 

I have selected the foregoing specimens of the contents of Volume 
the Second as being, perhaps, of special interest, but the whole collection 
is almost equally good. Every document in it illustrates some point 
of Irish history, law, or custom, and the series altogether must prove a 
valuable addition to. Irish literature, even if it only helps to make more 
generally known the sources from which a lax*ge portion of it has been 
derived. 

My thanks are again due to Mr . OTarrell of this office ; and to Dr. 
Dickson of Trinity College, Dublin, for his kind information about the 
MSS. belonging to the College which figure in this volume. 

The great expense incurred in producing the first and second parts of 
the first volume has restricted the series to two volumes in three parts. 
The work concludes with the reign of King Henry the Eighth, instead 
of being carried down, as in the case of the English and Scottish series, 
to that of Queen Anne. The stirring events which occurred in Ireland 
daring the reign of Elizabeth, and ti>e deeds of Cromwell, will, there- 
fore, be unrepresented in it. 

The fac-similes for the* second volume have been nearly all transferred 
to the zinc plates ; but some time will yet elapse before they are ready 
for publication, the colouring still remaining to be done. They com- 
prise fewer illuminated subjects than were given in the two preceding 
parts, but a far greater number of historical documents, and these 
illustrate many of the principal phases of Irish politics during the 14th, 
16th, and 16th centuries with remarkable aptness. 

A new* survey of Cornwall having been ordered to be undertaken 
under the direction of Sir Henry James some months ago, I thought that 
the portion of Doomsday Book relating to that couniy would be of 



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additional interest in connexion with it, so I made a translation and 
gave it to Sir Henry. Since then the Lords of Her Majesty's Treasury 
have, at his request, sanctioned the publication of two hundred copies 
by this office. I have endeavoured to keep the translation as litenJ as 
possible, so as to preserve the brevity of the original entries, and have 
left the identification of the names of places till the advance of Sir 
Henry's operations shall enable it to be made with a greater approach 
to accuracy. As nearly as possible also, and starting witii the hypothesis 
that the ^ lewa " of Doomsday Book may be taken as representing a mile 
and a half of our present measurement, I have had the amount of wood- 
land and pasture, which is always given in it under that figure, calcu- 
lated in acres, in order to compare the appearance of the county under 
the new survey with that which it presented under the old. 

I have the honour to remain, 

Sir, 
Your obedient Servant, 
(Signed) William Basevi Sanders, 

Assistant Keeper of Her 
To Sir Thomas Dufius Hardy, Majesty's Records. 

Ac. &c. 

Deputy Keeper of H. M. Records, 
London. 



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No. 4. — Chronological List of Documents, prepared by 
Mr. Sanders, forming Vol. II. of the Book of Fac-similes 
of National Manuscripts of Ireland, taken by Photo- 
zincography. 



I. Two pages from the ** Red Book of Exchequer," contAining a portion of the Great 
Charter of Liberties granted to Ireland by King Henry III. Original in Latin. 
Public Record Office of Ireland. 

II. Portion of a membrane of a Patent Roll, containing the enrolment of a cliarter 

S anted by Prince John, to Robert of S. Michael, of lands in Ireland. Original in 
itiB. Public Record Office of Ireland. 

m. Portion of Close Roll, 2 Edw. II., containing a memorandum of the loss of the 
Chancery Rolls by fire, and a list of documents handed over to Walter of 
Thombury, Chancellor of Ireland. Original in Latin. Public Record Office of 
Ireland. 

ly. Four pages from the Harleian MS., 913. Original in English. British Museum. 

V. Four pages from the same MS. Original in English. British Museum. 

VI. Fragment of a MS., containing portions of copies of confirmations of charters by 
Prince John. Original in Xjatin. The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. 

Vn. Portion of a membrane of Plea Roll, 4 Edw. II. Original in Latin. Public 
Record Office of Ireland. 

VIII. A page from the MSS. of Daald Mac Firbis. Original in Gaelic. Trinity 
College, Dublin, H. 2. 15. 

IX. A page from the Dublin " White Book." Original in Latin. Dublin Corpora- 
tion Library. 

X. A page from the Dublin <* Chain Book." Original in Latin. Dublin Corpora- 
tion Library. 

XI. A charter by Kin^ Edward II., granting to Edmund le Butiller of Ireland, the 
return of all writs in the cantreds of Oremon, Ely Ogerth, and Ely Okarwyl, in 
Tipperary county. Dated at Lincoln, September 1, 1315. Original in Latin. 
The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. A portion of the great seal still remains 
attached to this charter. 

XII. A bull by Pope John XXI., addressed to the Archbishops of Dublin and 
Cashel, and to the Dean of Dublin, commanding them to threaten all friars men- 
dicant and other ecclesiastics who preach rebellion agfunst King Edward, with 
excommunication. Dated at Avignon, April 10, 1316. Original in Latin. Re- 
duced from original size. Public Record Office. 

XIII. Letters patent of protection by Thoma$( son of John, Earl of Kildare, in favour 
of the bearer, William, his man. Dated at Kildare, Monday after the Circum- 
cision [Jan. 3], 1317. Original in Latin. Trinity College, Dublin. Stearne, 
No. 18. 

XIY. Portion of a membrane of Memorandum Roll, 18 Edw. II. Original in Latin 
and French. Public Record Office of Ireland. 

XV. Letters patent by King Edward II., granting restitution of his royalty and other 
liberties in county Tipperary to James le Botiller, Earl of Ormonde. Dated at 
Westminster, April 3, 1318. Original in Latin. The Marquis of Ormonde's col- 
lection. This document still bears a portion of the great seal. 

XVI. Two paffes from the Missal of the Church of St. Thomas the Martyr, near 
Dublin. Ong^nal in Latin. British Museum. Additional, 21498. 

XVn. A page from *<Annales Hibemise." Original in Latin. British Museum. 
Sloane, 4792. 

XVin. A pa^e from the Re^ster of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in Ire- 
land [Kilmamham], containing the copy of a grant by Roger Outlawe, prior, to 
his kinsman, Roger Laweles, during his life-time, of an aUowance of meat and 
drink for himself and two attendants. This priory, which was founded by Strong- 



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bow about 1174, was also an bospital for pilgrims and strangers. Original in. 
Latin. Bodleian Librazy. Bawlinson, B. 501. 

XIX. Portion of Irish Roll, 49 Edward III., being a writ directed to the sheriff of 
Dublin, concerning the election of representatives to discuss the question of bear* 
ing the costs of the wars in Ireland: the sheriff's return thereto, and the list of the 
persons elected in pursuance of the same writ. Dated at Clonmel, November 29, 
1375. Original in Latin. Public Record Office. 

XX. Letters of attorney bj Sir Hugh le Despencer, appointing Sir Robert de la 
Fr^gne, William le Botiller, Robert fitz Mayowe, and Walter Cantewell, his 
bailiffs and attomies for the putting James le Botiller, Earl of Ormonde, in full 
seisin of his castle of Kilkenny, the burgh of Rosscbargon, and other manors, 
messuajses, rents, tenements, and privileges belonging to Sir Hugh in Ireland. 
Dated September 4, 1391, and bears the seal of le Despencer. Original in Latin. 
The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. 

Letters patent by Sir Hugh le Despencer, granting the properties mentioned in 
the foregoing letters of attorney to James le Botiller, Earl of Ormonde. Dated 
September 12, 1391. Also bears the Despencer seal. Origin^ in Latin. The 
Marquis of Onnonde's collection. 

XXI. Letters of release by Sir Hugh le Despenser to James Boteller, Earl of 
Ormonde, of all actions of debt wherein the said Earl is held to him. Dated on 
the eve of the Circumcision, December 31, 1393. Also bears the seal of le 
Despencer. Original in French. The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. 

XXII. A letter from King Richard II. to the Earl of Kildare, asking his advice as 
to the granting of a general pardon to the Irish rebels. Dated at Dublin, Feb- 
ruary 1. Original in French. British Museum. Titus, B. xi. 

XXIII. A portion of a treatise on Astronomy, of about the year 1400, containing 
a diagram of the relative magnitudes of the sun and earth. Original in Qaelic 
and Latin. Royal Irish Academy. For description of this treatise, see Deputy- 
Keeper's Thirty-fourth Report, Appendix, p. 284. 

XXIV. A portion of a page from " Leabhar Buidhe Lecain " or " Yellow Book of 
Lecain," containing a plan of the " Teach Miodhchuarta " or banqueting hall of 
ancient Tara. Trinity College, Dublin. 

XXY . A page from « Leabhar Bhail^ an Mhuta " or Book of Ballymote, containing^ 
part of the genealogy of the Hy Kialls, showing their descent from Eremon, one 
of the sons of Milesius. Original in Gaelic and Latin. Royal Irish Academy. 

XXVI., XXVII. Contain respectively 34 and 14 capital letters selected from the 
Book of Ballymote. 

XX Y 111. A page from *' Leabhar M6r Duna Doighre " or the Great Book of Dun 
Doighr^, commonly called '* Leabhar Breac " or the Speckled Book. Original in 
Gaelic. Royal Irish Academy. 

XXIX. Contains 24 capital letters selected from the Speckled Book. For descrip- 
tion of this and the Books of Ballymote and Lecain, see Deputy Keeper's Thirty- 
fourth Report, Appendix, pp. 278, 279, 280, and 281. 

XXX. A page from the Glossary of Cormac Mac Chuillcnnain, Kin<r of Munster and 
Archbishop of Cashel, who was killed in the battle of Magh AUbh^ in the year 
903. Original in Gaelic. Royal Irish Academy. 

XXXI. A page fr^m a MS. volume, headed '* Hec est copia cartarum Domini Chris- 
** tofori de fteston, Militis, fiicta anno regni Regis Ricardi Secundi vicesimo primo.'^ 
It contains the copy of an indenture made between Sir Aumary de Saint Amant 
and Sir Robert de Preston on the acquisition by the latter of the manor of Gor- 
manston with its appurtenances, comprising all the ancient charters, records, and 
remembrances touching the said manor. Original in Latin and French. Lord 
Gormanston's collection. 

XXXII. A page from the ** Histoire du Roy d'Angleterre, Richard," a metrical 
account, written by a Frenchman in the royal train, of King Richard's visit to 
Ireland in May 1399, to repress the disorder consequent on the death of his lieu- 
tenant and cousin, Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, who had been slain with many 
other Englishmen in a fight with O'Brian and O'Toole at Kenlis, in Leinster, on 
St. Margaret's Day in the preceding year. Original in French. British Museum. 
Harleian, 1319. 

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No. 4. — Chronological List of Irish Documents — -continued, 

XXXIV. A portion of a membrane of an Irisli Exchequer Roll, 9 Heniy V., con- 
taining the enrolment of indentures of subsidies granted to James le Botiler, E^I 
of Ormonde, late the King's lieutenant in Ireland, hy the coiinties of Wexford, 
Eildare, and Tipperaiy, and the dean, chapter, and clergy of Derry, at the coonoil 
held in Dublin on the Friday next before the Feast of S. CaUxtus,Fope [October 10], 
1421, in aid of the labour and cost of his defence of Ireland. Original in Latin 
and French. Public Record Office. 

XXXy. A portion of a membrane, with two schedules, of the same roll, containing 
the enrolment of a writ of Privy Seal dated at Drogheda, July 11, 1421, by King 
Henry V. to Richard Cadell and William Plunket, and of a writ of PriTy Seal of 
the same date by James le Botiller, Earl of Ormonde, Lieutenant of Ireland, to 
Hugh Bavent, clerk, deputy of Sir Laurence Merbury, Knight, Chancellor of Ire- 
land, commanding the immediate levy of a subsidy of 10«. in each carucale of land 
in the liberty of Meath, granted to the Earl by liie commons of Meath at Rathe- 
girdille, on Thursday the 10th of the preceding July, in aid of the war in Ireland. 
The schedules record the granting of certam petitions by the lieutenant and 
council. This document also sets forth the names of persons appointed collectors 
of the above-mentioned subsidy. Original in French and Latin. Public Record 
Office. 

XXXVI. Two pages from a treatise by James Yonge, upon Aristotle's *^ Gover- 
'< nance of Princes," addressed by him to James Butler, Earl of Ormonde, Kis^ 
Henry the Fifth's Lieutenant in Ireland. Original in English. Bodleian Library, 
Oxford. Rawlinson, B. 490. 

XXXVII. A page from the Red Book of the Exchequer of Ireland, containing a 
rude drawing of the Court of Exchequer, with the judge, officials, and applicants, 
surrounded with Leonine verses descriptive of the sacred character of the law. 
Original in Latin. Public Record Office of Ireland. 

XXXVIII. A page from a volume, being an English translation or rather paraphrase 
of portion of the '' Expugnatio Hibemica " of Giraldus Cambrensis, written late in 
the 15th or very early in the 16th century. This page contains the enigmatical 
letter from Basilia, the sister of Earl Richard, to her husband Reimnnd Fitz Gerald, 
announcing the death of the Earl, her brother. Original in English. Trinity 
CoUege Dublin. E. 3. 31. 

XXXIX. A membrane of Close Roll, 7 Henry VI., headed as follows : — **Sover- 
** aigne liege lord, these bien the articles and poyntementes, the whiche we yoor 
** humble lieges lords spirituelles and temperels, and comnnes of your lande of 
« Irlande at your Parlement last holden at yonr citee of Dyvelyn assembled afor 
" John Sutton, knyght, your Lieutenant yn the sayd lande, the Fryday next after 
<< the Feste of Al Halwene that last was, have send in message to your Ryall 

Mageste by our messagers Henri Fortescue, chief justice of your chief place in 
Yrlande, and Thomas Strange, knyght, throghe our comune assent, chosen this 
ynstruction of the artiches yow to delyver writen in the fourme that folwith." 
Then come a list of suggestions for the governance of the country, and its defence 
against the King's Irish enemies, and petitions for rewarding the services of &i 
John Sutton and the Earl of Ormonde. Original in English. Pablic Record Office 
of Ireland. 

XL. Bill making mention of the Irishmen that came in to the Duke of York before 
the Feast of the Assumption of our Lady, 1449. Original in English. British 
Museum. Titus, B. xi. 

XLI. A petition to Richard Duke of York, from Nicholas Briene, Edward fits 
Eustace, portreeves and commons of the Naas and of Clane, William fitz Eustace, 
Christopher Flatesby, Nicholas Sutton, Walran fitz Eustace, Christopher fits 
Eustace, Patrick fitz Morice, James Lang, Philip Brytt, Robert fitz Eustace, John 
Saundre, and John White, praying redress for outrages perpetrated by divers 
gentlemen of the counties of Meath, Kildare, and Uriell ; the whole land of Ireland 
being, as they represent, nearer the point of destruction than it has ever been since . 
ita conquest. Dated at the Naas, June 23. Original in English. British Mnaeunu 
Cotton Charter, IV., 35. The seals of eight of the petitioners still remain attached 
to this document 

XLII. A portion of a membrane of Statute Roll, 38 Henry VL, wherein it is enacted 
that henceforth no one being in the land of Ireland shall be compelled to answer 
any appeal out of the said land unless by order under the Great Seal of Ireland ; 
that any officer or minister of Ireland putting any order except under such aeal 



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in execution shall forfeit all hb lands and tenements, and be mulcted in a fine 
of 100 marks ; that all appeals of treason shall be determined before the Constable 
and Marshal of Ireland for the time being, in the said land and nowhere else ; and 
that any person making such an appeal against another, shall, if the said appeal be 
proved untrue, be condemned to death, and no pardon be io such case granted to 
him. Original in French. Public Record Office of Ireland. 

XUII. A page from a volume endorsed " Liber Primus." It appears to be a book 
of annals, and this particular page has entries referring to events ranging betwe«n 
1175 and 1894. One of these, under the date 1200, records the confiscation 
throughout England of all ecclesiastical property, without exception, by King 
Edward, whose name is then crossed through and that of John substituted. King 
Richard^s arrival in Ireland is also recorded in 1394. At the foot of this page is 
written, in a different hand, that in 1170 Richard Strongbow came to Ireland at 
the instance of Mac Murrough, King of Leinster, who thereupon made over the 
country of Leinster to him as the marriage portion of his daughter Eva, and that 
in 1175 Earl Richard died, leaving by his wife Eva an only daughter Isabella. 
Original in Latin. The Corporation of Kilkenny. 

XLTV. Two pages from the " Conquest of Ireland," ascribed by Sir Greorge Carew 
to Thomas Bray, containing chapters 32, 23, 24, and the greater part of chapter 95. 
Original in English. Lambeth Palace Library. 

XLV. A page from the Book of Lecain, being a portion of a copy of '* Leabhar 
'* na-g Ceart " or the Book of Rights. For description of these books see Deputy 
Keeper^s Thirty-fourth Report, Appendix, pp. 280, 281. Original in Gaelic. Royid 
Irish Academy. 

XLVI. A page containing 24 capital letters from the Book of Lecain. 

XLVn. A page from the copy made in 1453, for Edmond Mac Richard Butler, by 
Seaan Buidhe O'Cleirigh, of such portions as were then to be deciphered of the 
now lost '' Saltair of Cashel," compiled by Cormac Mac Chuillinnain, King of 
Munster and Archbishop of Cashel, before A.D. 903, containing four columns 
of proper names. Original in Gaelic. Bodleian Library. Laud, 610. 

XL VIII. Part of a membrane of Statute Roll, 3 Edward IV., containing the copy 
of a letter to the King from the Lords, Commons, and Council of Ireland in 
Parliament assembled, praying that the notable services, intolerable charges, and 
grievous costs and jeopardies performed and sustained by Thomas Earl of 
Desmond in his office of Deputy of Ireland may be acknowledged and rewarded ; 
and that no portion of the revenues of Ireland be granted to any one else, but be 
entrusted solely to the said Deputy for its defence and safeguard ; and that for- 
asmuch as the said revenues have been marvelously diminished and wasted, the 
King trill be pleased to send some refreshing of goods and powers out of England 
in the ensuing summer to assist in putting down the Irish traitors and English 
rebels. Dated at Dublin, February 28. Original in English. Public Record 
Office of Ireland. 

XLIX. Letters of attorney by James Botler and Sabina his wife, in favour of 
James Qnemerford, for putting Richard fitx Gerrol, Baron, and Laurence Walshe, 
burgess of Kilkenny, proxies of the Friars Minor of the convent of Kilkenny, in 
the name of the Roman Church, in full seisin of all their messuages, lands, and 
tenements in Donnobir and Troyston, in the tenement of Dromdelgyn. 'Dated 
April 14, 1479. Original in Latin. The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. Bears 
the seals of James and Sabina Butler. 

L. A page from the " Black Book of Limerick," containing an inquisition taken by 
Meyler fitz Henry, Justiciary of Ireland, upon lands belonging to the Church of 
Limerick. Original in Latin. Maynooth College. 

LI. A page frofai the "White Book of Christchurch," containing the names of the 
Archbishops and Bishops of Dublin, from Donatus, the first Bishop of Dublin, and 
founder of the Church of the Holy Trinity, to the death of Robert de Waldelbi, 
Archbishop of Dublin, in 1894. Original in Latin. Trinity College, Dublin. For 
description of this book, see the Deputy Keeper's Thirty-fifth Report, Appendix, 
page 169. 

LU. A letter horn Morice, Earl of Desmond, Pierce Butler the Karl of Ormonde's 
deputy, Morice Lord Roche, and James Lord Cnrsy, to the King, praying him to 
excuse the attendance of the Earl of Kildare in England, mainly on account of the 



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No. 4. — Chronological List of Irish Documents — continued, 

feuds between them and the Lord Bourke of Connaaght and others, and Yonching 
for his observance of his oath of allegiance. Original in English. Public Record 
Office. Irish State Papers, yol. I., No. 2, 1. This letter bears fragments of the 
seals of the writers. 

UII. A portion of a membrane of Statute Roll, 10 Henry YII. At the request of 
the Commons of Ireland, no future Parliament to be held in Ireland until the King 
be first certified, under the great seal, of the causes, considerations, and all such 
acts as the lieutenant and council think should pass in the same. Original in 
English. Public Record Office of Ireland. 

LTV. Two pages froiji the Annals of Ireland, containing entries ranging from 1861 ta 
1373, among which is a note of the knighting upon the field, of Robert Preston, 
the ancestor of the Lord Gormanston, by Lionel, Earl of Ulster and Duke of 
Clarence, with other English and Irish gentlemen ; memoranda of the Duke's yisits 
to, and returns from England, and a notice of his death on the eve of St. Luke, 
Evangelist, [Oct. 17] 1368, at Alba in Piedmont, and of the removal of his remains 
{h)m Pavia to the Convent of the Augnstines in England, at Gare. Original in 
English. Bodleian Library, Oxford. Laud, 526. 

LV. A letter missive by King Henry YII. to Sir Robert Litton, keeper of the great 
wardrobe, for the issue of clothing to the Earl of Kildare's son. Dated at 
Greenwich, November 28, 1498. Original in English. The Duke of Leinister's 
collection. 

LVI. A signed bill from King Henry VU. to Sir Robert litton, under-treasnrer and 
keeper of the great wardrobe, for the payment of certain moneys to Roger L3mden, 
for shoes and boots supplied to the Duke of York, the Lady Margaret, and the 
Lady Mary, and the Earl of Eildare's son. Dated at Greenwich, February 5, 1499. 
The Duke of Leinster's collection. 

LVn. A page from the *' Book of Lismore," giving an account of the Kings of 
Mnnster and Cashel that were descended frx>m Cathal M(5r. Original in Gfaelic 
The Duke of Devonshire's collection. For a description of this book,«ee the Deputy 
Keeper's Thirty-fourth Report, Appendix, page 282. 

Lvill. A page from the copy of the " Seanchus Mor " or Great Law Compilation. 
Original in Gaelic. Trinity College, Dublin. H. 8, 17. 

LIX. A page from a treatise on various branches of the art of medicine. This par- 
ticular page contains a fragment of a Latin Grammar in the Irish language. Four 
columns of nouns and proper names are given in Latin, with their Gaelic equiva- 
lents. Original in Latin and Gaelic. Trinity College, Dublin. H. 2, 13. 

LX. A page from the ** Leinster MS." folio 1, containing the copy of a charter 
granted by Prince John to Gerald Fitz Morice. Dated at Bristol Original in 
Latin. The Duke of Leinster*8 collection. 

At the foot of this page is a glossary of the terms " sac," ** soc," " infangenthef," 
and other like privileges included in the charter. 

LXI. A page from the *' Kildare Rental." Original in Gaelic. British Museum. 
Harleian, 3756. 

LXII. A letter from the Earl of Kildare to the King, describing the proceedings 
before him, in obedience to the King's letters missive, in the matter of the contro- 
versy between the Ladies Anne Seyntleger and Margaret Bulleyn, and Sir Piers 
Butler, concerning the manors, lands, and tenements in Ireland, belonging to 
Thomas, late Earl of Ormonde. Dated at Dublin, December 1. Origin^ in 
English. Public Record Office. Irish State Papers, vol. I., No. 7. This letter 
bei^ the signature ** G. of Kyldare." 

LXm.* A testimonial to the great services rendered to Ireland by the Earl of 
Ormonde, in the form of a letter to the Queen, dated November 3, 1569, subscribed, 
by more than 100 persons, 19 of whose seals still exist attached to it. Original in 
English. The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. 

LXTV. A page from the " Kildare Rental," contuning a list of the books in the 
Gerald, Earl of Kildare's Libraxy, Latin, French, English, and Irish. British 
Museum. Harleian, 3756. 



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LZY. An .indenture made between Gerald MacGeiaM, Earl of Kildare, and Magrad- 
naill, that is FeidUmh mac Conchobur mic Murchad, and Mael Ruadnan mac 
Aogbain mic Uilliam, and Ir mac Briain mic Uaithne, and Shemus mac Mael 
Ruadnan mic Fergail, whereby the Earl's protection against any one who may 
be under his command is contracted for by the payment of a certain sum. Dated 
at Magh Nuadat, Noyember 5, *' the eighdi King Henry as King of Saxons, in this 
" year of our Lord m? ccccc xxx.'' 

In a postscript, Mac Ranald writes that having no seal of his own, he has ordered 
that of the College of Ma3mooth to be affixed to this covenant. Original in (xaelic. 
The Duke of Lemster's collection. The seal is gone. 

LXVI. A letter from John, Archbishop of Dublin, to [Mr. Thomas Cromwell]. 
Date^ at Dublin, March 19, 1581. Original in English. Public Record Office. 
Irish State Papers, voL I. No. 72. 

LXVn. A page from the ^* Life of Saint Columba " by Maghnus O'Domnaill, being 
a full-length portrait of the Saint, with crozier in hand, and mitre on head, rudely 
drawn, and coloured blue, red, and yellow. Bodleian Librax^, Oxford. Rawlinson, 
B. 514. 

LXVllI. A page from the same volume, the portions of which that are written in 
Latin, have a translation or paraphrase in Gaelic subscribed to them. Original in 
Gaelic and Latin. 

LXIX* A testimonial, addressed to the Queen by inhabitants of Mnnster and Kil- 
kenny, to the great services rendered by the Earl of Ormonde, in breaking up the 
rebels, and reducing the arch-traitor himself, Desmond, to such miserable extremi- 
ties that he was forced to live for a lon^ time upon horse flesh and water, &lling 
ultimately into the hands of the Clanmonerties of Kerry, who slew him in a wood 
called GLananagintie [Gleann-an-Ghinntigh]. By these means the province of 
Munster, and the county of Kilkenny had been restored to such a state of tran- 
quillity as had not been seen for many years. Dated March 1, 1584. Original in 
English. Marquis of Ormonde's collection. This document, which is unfor- 
tunately much injured by damp, bears the remains of twenty-one seals, and carries 
many signatures. 

LXX. A letter from Thomas Fitz Gerald to Lord Leonard Gray. As he has done 
nothing, except by his Lordship's advice and direction, he begs him to interest 
bimself in obtaining his pardon from the King, which, if he cannot have, it only 
remains for him to shift for himself. No date [1535]. Original in Englishu 
Public Record Office. Irish State Papers, vol. II. No. 59. 

A letter from Thomas Fitz Gerald to his servant, John Rothe, desiring him to 
bring over to him the 20/. for which he has applied to O'Brian to enable him to 
supply himself with proper food and clothing. No date. [After July 9, 1536.] 
Holograph. Original in English. Public Record Office. Irish State Papers, vol. 
in., No- 89. 

LXXI. A deed of surrender by Walter Hancoke, Prior, and the Convent of All 
Saints, near Dublin, of the said Convent and all its appurtenances to the King. 
Dated November 16, 1538, and signed by the Prior and four others. A fragment 
of the common seal of the Convent still remains attached. Original in Latin. 
The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. 

LXXII. A page from the Irish State Papers [vol. X., No. 18, I.], containing a 
list of the Parliament, with a supplemental list of five persons not yet belonging 
thereto. Original in Latin. Public Record Office. 

LXXIII. A page from the Irish State Papers [vol. X., No. 18], being a report to 
the King from twenty-two of the members, of the opening of Parliament on Trinity 
Monday, and the speech of Sir Thomas Cusak, the speaker, in the Commons 
House, on the succeeding Thursday, toffether with those of the Chancellor, in 
English, and the Earl of Ormonde, in Irish, in reply. On the next day the bill for 
creating his Majesty King of Ireland, was read and passed through both Houses, 
who pray that henceforth in all writs and matters of record, the King's style may 
be " Henry the Eiorhth, King of England, Ireland, and of France, Defender of the 
'* Faith, and in Earth Supreme Head of the Church of England and Ireland." 
Original in English. Public Record Office. 

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No. 4. — Chronological List of Irish Documents — continued. 

LXXIV. Two succeeding pages from the foregoing, containing a report of pro- 
ceedings in Parliament. Donnogh O^Brian and his attornies had appeared and 
■willingly given their consent to the Act mentioned, hut as for O'Neil, they can not 
see that he will come to any honest conformity, in spite of all their efforts to hring 
him to reason, and judge him to be the only gall and poison of the realm. They 
have therefore sent him a letter, the results of which they will communicate to 
his Mtgesty when they get his answer, telling him that if he will not come to 
conformity, they will proceed to his correction in such sort as shall make him an 
example to all other disobeysants. 

They send to his Majesty an article under the great seal, setting forth the 
conditions he had ordered to be inserted in his letters patent, with regard to those 
persons who now submit, and which will be passed accordingly. 

With regard to the article in the King's letters cautioning them aganst parting 
with any of the ancient inheritance of the Crown, or any possessions accrued 
thereto in right of the Earl of Ulster, the Duke of Norfolk, and the Earl of 
Shrewsbury, either by attainder of dissolution of abbies, by colour of any grants to 
Mac William or others, they say that as far as they can see there are few or none 
of the disobeisants who have any possessions, but such as belong to the King by 
one of the means premised : Mac William especially having no land but parcel of 
the Earldom of Ulster *, so that they can niake no grant to any of them. But 
as they have been so long in possession without requiring any title, fearing to 
be expelled, they think it good, unless his Majesty would make a general 
conquest, that he should grant them their lands upon honest conditions ; whereby 
he will not only enforce his right, but be enabled to punish them with justice upon 
transgression, and be no worse off than he was before if they all turn traitors 
again. Original in English. Public Record Office. 

LXXV. A page in continuation of the foregoing. 0*Rayly having appeared in 
Parliament in the clothes which the King had given him, and made humble suit for 
his lands, they recommend that he be made Viscount of the Cavan, and thanked 
for his services, and that the Deputy and certain of the Council shall take an 
order for the dividing of his county, so that eveiy gentleman may have a 
reasonable living as the said O'Rayly ha& Dated at Dublin, June 28, and signed 
by the writers. 

LXXVI. A portion of the Statute Roll, 83 Henry VIII., being the enrolment of 
the Act constituting his Majesty and his heirs. Kings of Ireland. Original in 
i^lish. Public Record Office of Ireland. 

LXXYII. A petition from the genflei&en inheritors and freeholders of the county of 
Tipperary to the King, giving an account of the prosperous state of the county 
formerly under the hereditary governance of the Earls of Ormonde, until the 
delegation of his authority by James, the White Earl of Ormonde, to some of his 
kinsmen during his absence in England, at the Court of King Henry YI., laid the 
foundation of a series of misdeeds on their part, which it gave the Earl much 
trouble to redress on his return as King Henry^s Deputy. Earl James died soon 
after at the town of Athirdee, of the plague, and his son and heir James Earl of 
Wiltshire, being Treasurer of England, and having his brothers John and Thomas 
also in England with him, neglected his inheritance in Ireland just as the late Earl 
of Shrewsbury and his ancestors did in Wexford where they possessed a similar 
hereditary right. The EarFs continued stay in England was the signal for a 
second outbreak of his kinsmen, who not only rebelled against the King's laws 
but fought and quarrelled among themselves with such a nmlicious hatred of one 
another, that in a short time they reduced the county to desolation. This 
continued till about 28 years ago, after the decease of Earl Thomas, brother and 
heir to the said Earl James, who passed all his life in England, Sir Piers Butler his 
cousin and heir so stirred himself with his relatives Sir Edmund and Sir James, 
who were men of power, and allied with the O'Brians and Desmonds, that he 
brought the latter to honest obedience. Sir Edmund, however, who never in his 
life had anything to lose, except what he had wrongfully obtained from some one 
else, could never be reclaimed, and continued charging the county with coin and 
livery, coddies, coyssers, hounds, hunts, stud keepers, masons, carpenters, and 
other workmen, to its utter impoverishment. He was put into prison by the Duke 
of Norfolk, then Deputy, for these and other misdemeanors, and many orders were 
made by Sir William Skeffington and the present Deputy against him, but directly 
the Earl of Ormonde was engaged anywhere else. Sir Edmund at once fell to his 
malpractices and extortions again, and Sir James followed his example ; and now 



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Sir Thomas Batler, bis son and heir, swearing that he will forego nothing of what 
his father and grandfather extorted firom the complainants, makes such intolerable 
exactions from them, plundering them of their goods and money, and making them 
keep his studs of horses and his hounds of many kinds, obliging them to maintain 
horses and horsemen for his serrice and garrisons for his castles, and to keep them 
and all his mills, gardens, orchards, &c. &c., in proper repair. Every Christmas 
he makes them pay him 7/. 13s. 4<f. for wines which he orders for that feast, and 
he also makes them pay for the carriage of all the com, wine, pails of butter, and 
anything else that he chooses to order. On the marriage of each of his daughters, 
he takes a sheep from every flock, and one cow out of every sixty, besides assessing 
them in many other unlawful ways, whereby they are so impoverished as to be 
unable to pay his Majesty's subsidy. They therefore humbly pray redress. 

At the foot of this petition is a certificate to the truth thereof by the mayor of 
Waterford, the Archbishop of Cashel, and the Bishop of Waterford, whose 
signatures are subscribed and seals appended. June, 1542. Original in English. 
The Marquis of Ormonde's collection. 

LXXVllI. A list of the " Kerne to be transported into Inglande to serve the Kynge." 
Public Record Office. Irish State Papers, vol. XI., No. 43, II. 

LXXIX. A page from " Annales Ultonienses," or The Annals of Ulster. Original 
in Gaelic. Trinity College, Dublin. H. I. 8. 

Prepared and examined by 
(Signed) William Basevi Sanders. 



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No. 5. — M. Armand Baschet's Report upon Documents in 
French Archives relating to British History. 



My Loud, 

J'ai rhonnenr de toos addresser le Rapport sniyanty relativement anx trayaox 
<]ue j'ai accomplis poor remplir la mission que vous avez bien vonla me confier auprte 
des different depdts de documents historiques existants h Paris et renfermant touB, en 
plus ou moins grand nombre, des textes inedits, relatifs k THistoire d'Angleterrc, 
d'Ecosse, et [d'Irlande, depuis Tavcnement d'Henri YIII. josqu'^ celni de Gkorge L, 
an trone de la Grande Bretagne. 

Pour ^yiter toute confusion, je sniyrai dans cet expos^ I'ordre que j'ai suiyi dans 
mes recherches, c'est k dire, que je ferai le r^it succint de mes inyestigations. 

1<* Au Departement des Manuscrits de la Biblioth^ue alors Imp^riale, aujourdlim 
Kationale ; 

2^ Aux D^partements des Manuscrits des autres Biblioth^ques de Paris, telles qae 
celles de TArsenal, de S^te Geneyieve, de I'lnstitut, &c. ; 

3° Aux Archives de Prance reunis dans I'ancien Palais Soubise et qu'on appelle 
Arcbiyes Nationales ; 

4<> Aux Arcbiyes d^partementales de Lille et aux Bibliotb^ues des yilles du Nord 
ou m*ont amenc les circonstances politiqnes qui ont si malbeureusement agit^ et 
bouleverse la capitale de la France, pendant les mois de Mars, Ayril, et Mai demiers ; 

5'' An tr(^s ricbe Depot des Archives politiqnes et diplomatiqnes dn Minist^re des 
Affaires Etrang^res, meryeilleusement ^chappe aux devastations incendiaires qui ont 
signal^ k Thorreur publique les demiers jours de la guerre civile. 



1". — BiBLIOTHiQUE NatIONALE. 

Pour expliqucr ce que je pourrais appeler le m^canisme des recherches dans le 
D^partemeut des Manuscrits dc la Biblioth&que Nationale, je suis oblige de presenter 
quelques details sur la mani^re dont sont aujourd* hut formes les collections qui y 
«ont conservees. 

Depuis quelques ann^es, toutes les collections yariees qui jadis se pr^entaient 
aux chercheurs ct aux curieux sous les differentes designations de Ponds Bethune, 
Ponds Colbert, Fondfl Mortemart, Ponds Harlay, Ponds Dupuj, Ponds Cl^r- 
ambault. Ponds des Petits P^res, Ponds Notre Dame, Ponds St. Germain, Ponds 
des Missions ^trang^res, Anciens Ponds du Hoi, Ponds Gaignil^res, Armoire de 
Baiuze, Ponds Letellier-Louvois, Ponds de la Mare, Ponds de Mesmes, Ponds de 
Pontanieu, Ponds Serilly, Pond Doat, Ponds Huet, Ponds Bonhier, — toutes ces 
collections, dis-je, ont ^t^ fondues en une seule qui a ^te classee et mise en ordre de 
numeros, sans autre distinction que celle du format des Registres et volumes, sous la 
designation generale de Ponds Prancais. 

Le Ponds comporte trois divisions, qui sont celles — du Grand Format, du Moyen 
Format, du Petit Format 

Par le fait, ces trois divisions n'en sont qu'une, car les numeros qui distinguent 
les volumes, se suivent tons. Cette immense collection de documents Fran9ai8 s'dl^ve 
au chiffire de 25,696, auquel il faut ajouter celui de 2,838 qui repr^sente une serie 
de manuscrits, egalement Fran9ais, non encore livr^s au public, et conserves momen- 
tan^ment sous le titre de Nouvelles Acquisitions. Je dois dire aussitot que j'ai dil k 
la bienveillance particuliere des conserv^teurs-directeurs des d^partements des manu- 
scrits, la communication de ces volumes, dont les numeros ne sont pas encore joints 
k ceux du catalogue general. * 

Au Fouds Fran9ais vient s^ajoindre un fonds tres important aussi k consul ter, qui 
est le Fonds Latin, 11 comporte 18,613 volumes. 

Cette enumeration faite, j'appellerai maintenant, my Lord, votre attention sur le 
genre et la divcrsite des pieces et documents qui forment les volumes et les Registres 
de ces collections. 

La remarque la plus necessaire et la plus importantc k faire aussitot est celle- ci, 
c*est que le plus grand nombre des volumes se compose de pieces et de documents 
divers auxquels ne preside pas d'une maniere.absolue un ordre distinctif de matieres. 
Cette absence d' unite, d'aillcurs presque impossible a etablir dans les classifications 



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No. 5. — ^M. Armand Baschet's Report upon Documents in French 
Archiyes relating to British History — continued, 

et dans la r^paititioii des matidres, vons pent promptement ezpliqaer les incessantes 
difficult^ de la tAched'an cherchenr qui ii*a,h s'occuper que d^investigationfl sp^iales, 
principalement en oe qui regarde les testes historiques relatifs h un seul pays. II 
arrivera sourent h oe ohercheur k avoir i- examiner pidce par pidce les femllets in- 
nombrables de non moins innombrablesregistreSySansrencontrerun nomb^e de pidces 
qui r^ponde k la pone qu'il aura prise et k I'attention qu'il aura apportiSe pour ne 
laisser rien ^happer k oe que je puis appeler les devoirs et les ambitions de sa curi- 
osite. U lui arrivera meme de fiiire le depouillement de beaucoup de volumes, renfer- 
mant des pidces politiques et diplomatiques tres vari^, soit par les matidres dont 
elles traitent, soit par les dates qui les oistinguent, sans qu'il en rencontre une seulo 
ayant trait k I'objet caract^ristique de ses recherches. En un mot la collection g^n^ralo 
des manuscrits du Fonds Franyais et celle du Fonda Latin, toutes les deux si riches, 
si abondantes, si varices, trop vari^ mSme en leur detail, n'ont pas cet heuieux 
avantage de printer des series imm^diatement distinctes pour I'usage desquelles I'his- 
torien et le curienx qui ne voudraient que les documents relatifii k I'histoire d'Angle- 
terre, d'tioosse, et dlrlande, les tronveraient aussitot r^unis, rassembl^, classes et 
dispose sons la rubrique *' Angleterre," ** Ecosse,*' ** Irlande." Cest par une attention 
soutenue, par des marques de patience non interrompues, et en m^me temps par oetle 
sorte d'instinct qui s'acquiert inoontestablement par Texercioe des recherches, qu'il 
est possible d'^happer k la ooitfusion la plus nuisible et d'atteindre le but desire, 
e'est k dire la formation d'nn ensemble de documents authentiques, se distinguant par 
des dates snccetsivement et r^gulidrement ^tablies. Les D6p6ches, par exemple 
(eette source li f^nde et si appreciable d'informations en histoire), les D^p^hes 
sont tr^s nombreuses dans les manuscrits conserve k la Biblioth^ue Nationalc, 
particulidrement 'pour I'^poque du XVltoe ndcle, mais oombien parmi elles ne 
portent aucune trace immediatement positive de I'ann^ k laquelle elles se rapportent, 
non pins que du jour de leur envoi 1 Cest par le detail des faits, par le rapprochc- 




assigner les indications pr^euses qui leur font d^aut, c'est k dire la place qu' 
doivent oocuper dans le recneil chronologiquement dispose de documents historiques 
que j'u mission de former. 

8i je prends cette liberty d'entrer ainsi dans oes details, m^ Lord, c'est pour vous 
bien mettre a mdme de vous rendre compte des difficult^ qm out preside an snco&s 
de mes premiers efforts. Le D^partement des Manuscrits de la BibUothdque Nar- 
tionale ^tait, en nn mot, nn veritable oc^an dont il fallait explorer toutes les cotes, 
sous peine de n'atteindre qa'k des r^ltats inexacts, conf us, et d^nu^s d'intMt 

Devant un pareil ^tat de choses, quel ^tait le moven le plus propre 4 employer 
pour parer k tant d'inconvenients, quel ^tait le procMe qui pouvait me parattre le plus 




oompris qu'il ^tait impossible de suivre cette vole, et je me rSsolus k entreprendre 




oomme 6tant on poovant 6tre autant de mines feeondes k explorer. Je puis dire que 
peu de temps s'ecoula sans que j'aie eu k reconnattre tout I'avantage de ce proc^d^, 
au point de vue de la clarte et surtout de k concordance des documents. Chaque 
piMe, chaque document, auxf nels je reconnaissais, soit par la nature des informations, 
soit par la port^ des reflexions, le moindre caract^ se rattachant k I'histoire des 
^v^nemens relatifs k 1' Angleterre, ou k PapfrSciation des personnages employes aux 
affaires publiques f ut soi^neusement not^e, mdiqu^e, et analys^e sur un feuUlet de 
carton isoie, dont je joins ici le module. 



BibL Kat. Han«. N« 4U8. 

Annto 1682. (IbL 88. 
SOAvril. 

YaUoigneB. LettreduBoL 

Fnmoola Premier h Gilles de la Ponmie- 
rm ton Ambassadeur en Angteterre. 

Loninie lettre trsitant de nteodations 
oourantes, et entr'autres de lentretlen 

au'avaient eu let Dues de NorfbUc et 
uiloDE avec rambassadenr. 

95256. 



Bibl. Nat M". 


• N» 19.761. 


An.UlB, 


(fol. 139. 


7Aoat. 




Londres, 


Lettre du Cardinal 


d'York ^erite de sa maiion de Londres 
an "BeveH Pere en Jesos-ChrlBt nostre 
trte am4 fr6re" (ssns doute rSvdque de 
Paris, I'un des Ministres du Bd de France) . 
Traite tout aa Ions de rAmbaassde que le 
Boi doit envoyer en Angleterre. 



232 APPENDIX I. TO THB TBIKTT-8IXTH BEPOBT OF THS 

No. 5. — M. Annand Basohet's Beport npon DocomentB in French 
Archiyes relating to British History— omlmiied!. 

Le r^raltat imm^iat de oe mode d'opdrer daiu lea recherches Ibt de me mettre k 
mdme de domier un ordre regulier aox documents et de joindre ensemble ce qui 
n'anndt jamais dil dtre B^par6. Lonqu'en efiSet d^aatres d^p6ches dn Boi Tno^u 
Premier, ayant rapport k oette ambassade de Gilles de la Pommeiaye, venaient h, se 
reneontrer dans d'autres volumes, elles se trouvaient ainsi par mon classement, 
prendre la place qui lenr est natorelle, et remplir les lacunes qui paiaissaient exister 
dans cette oorrespondance dn souTerain ayec son euYoy^ II m*est arrir^ ainsi de 
rennir des points les plus ^ign^ toutes les d^p^ches qui araient felt Vobjet d'nne 
mtoie mission. Lorsque Tons anrez sous les yeux, my Lord, tous les documents 
copi^ arec I'indication num^que des Begistres Manuscrits d'ou je les ai tirte, 
Tons reconnattrez que telle d^peche originale de Guillaume ou de Jean da Bellay, 
du Vicomte de Turenne, du Sieur de la Bastie, de Denis Poillot, de Gilles de la 
Pommende, de TEydque de Tarbes, du Sieur de Castillon, du Sieur de Marillae, 
et autres ambassadeurs de f^rance en Angleterre, sons Henri YiiL, se trouye dans 
un registre de numte inffirieur, et que telle autre d^pdche qui, par Pordre des 
^v^nements et le genre de la n^gociation, &it suite h la pr^o^ente, ne se trouTO au 
contraire que dans un registre de num^ro sup^rieur. Je pouirais multiplier les 
examples k Tinfini, et pour n'en clter qn'nn ou deux qui soient trte pr^is, je tous 
Dommend Tenvoy^ Denis Poillot, de qui les lettres ont en g^n^ral beaocoup d'int^rdt. 
Plusieurs d^pdches de Ini se tronyent dans le Registre No. 2,966, mais oonmie elles ne 
sont pas les premieres de son ambassade, je sentais tout le prix qu'il fiallait attachcr 
k retrouYer cdles qui manquaient pour pouToir se rendre un compte exact de Pobjet 
de sa negociation : je ne les ai renoontr^es que dans le Registre No. 80,976 1 Ge 
fut aussi sous oe mdme num^ro que je retrouTai une importsnte lettie de Conn^table 
de Montmorency, qui avait en main la direction des affidres ^trangdres sons Francois 
Premier, addressee au Sieur de CastiUon, Ambassadeur en Angleterre, le 6 FeYrier 
1538 ; or oette d^p6che significstiTe manquait an recneil de Tambassade, sous le 
num^ro 17,970. 

Ge Alt par ce trayail, my Lord, que j^arrivai k former compUtement, pour la copie, 
le repertoire le plus exact des documents in^ts qui existent dans les manuscrits de 
la Biblioth^ue Nationale> sur lliistoire des rdgnes de Heniy Tiii., Edward vi., Mary, 
Elizabeth, Jacques Premier et Charles Premier. 

Que Totre seigneurie me permette de lui dire en terminant cet expos^ pr^liminaire 
du travail que j*ai accompli dans cette importante Biblioth^ue, combien son d^parte- 
ment des manuscrits est, sans contredit, le plus riehe de tous et le plus £6cond en ce 
qui conceme les leoherches k ftdre pour I'histoire des negotiations politiques et diplo- 
matiques entre PAngleteire et la France, pendant le oours des difflSrents rdgnes, &ion- 
c6» plus hant, et prineipalement pour les quatre premiers. NuUe part, aillenrs, 
en France, ni anx Archives Natiomdes, ni au Depot des Affldres Etrang^res, m 
dans aucnn d^partement des manuscrits des autres Bibliothdqnes de Pans, on ne 
saurait trouyer de documents authentiques aussi nombreux et aussi int&ressanls que 
ceux qui existent dans ce magnifique centre de recueils et de mat^rianx pour servir k 
I'histoire de tous les penples de I'Europe, pendant tonte la dnree du seizidme d^le 
et pendant les cinquante premieres ann^ du dix-septidme. 

Et oomme, dans ce Bapport, je crois ne devoir rien n^liger de ce qui pent servir 4 
preciser lesr difPiSrents points du travail accompli des d^uvertes, je vous presenterai 
ci-dessous, r^partie par r^gne, I'indication nnm^qne des registres et volumes oik 
j'ai k signaler I'existenoe des documents dont je dois foumir soit la transcription soft 
I'analyse. 

Pour le B^gne d'Henry Vm. 

Man* No. 2,370, 2,750, 2,757, 2,832, 2,846, 2,881, 2,892, 2,915, 2,928,2,930, 2,981, 
2,932, 2,933, 2,934, 2,937, 2,938, 2,939, 2,947, 2,950, 2,954, 2,955, 2,960, 2,964, 
2,971, 2,980, 8,038, 3,039, 3,040, 3,041, 3,044, 3,045, 3,049, 8,050, 8,051, 3,052, 
3,057, 3,060, 8,070, 3,076, 3,077, 3,078, 8,079, 3,080, 8,086, 8,087, 8,091, 3,095, 
3,096, 3,115, 8,124, 8,126, 8,146, 8,151, 8,181, 8,248, 3,804, 8,885, 3,701, 3,881, 
8,904, 8,956, 8,969, 3,971, 4,126, 4,815, 4,780, 4,996, 5,044, 6,045, 5,074, 5,108, 
5,104, 5,120, 5,209, 5,499, 5,518, 5,579, 5,761, 10,888, 10,388, 10,890, 15,888, 
15,889, 15,970, 19,750, 20,186, 20,457, 20,976, 20,998, 20,994, 22,981, 28,171, 
23,235, 23,868,28,405, 28,515, 23,520, 23,521, 26,118. 

n^-^Povr le B^e d'Edonard VI. 
Man.* No. 2,882, 2,938, 8,054» 8,111, 8,125, 8,147, 15,888. 



DEPUTT KBEPSB OF THB PUBLIC REGOBDS. 233 

No. 5.«— M. Annand Baschet's Beport upon Documents in French 
Archives relating to British History — cwUmued. 

nr.— Poor le Rdgne de Marie (Tador)« 

Man* No. 704, 2,982, 2,956, 2,982, 8,054, 3,118, 3,128, 8,127, 8,148, 8,255, 3,881, 
5,210, 15,888, 20,976, 28,517. 

rr.— Poar le B^e d'Elizabeth. 

Man« No. 704, 2,757, 2,812, 2,892, 2,988, 8,111, 8,146, 8,156, 8,172, 3,175, 8,176, 
8,181, 3,189, 3,243, 3,255, 3,277, 8,278, 3,279, 3,280, 8,284, 3,286, 3,300, 3,301, 
3,302, 3,304, 3,807, 8,308, 8,316, 3,319, 3,320, 3,821, 8,330, 3,342, 8,396, 3,417, 
3,429, 3,455, 3,456, 3,463, 3,464, 3,556, 3,563, 3,596, 3,652, 8,881, 3,969, 4,128, 
4,321, 4,331, 4,337, 4,718, 4,720, 4,734-4,736, 4,770, 4,781, 5,045, 5,067, 5,138, 
5,189, 5,140, 5443, 5,161, 5,209, 5,517, 5,785, 5,819, 5,840, 5,898, 6,144, 6,547, 
15,888, 15,970, 15,973, 15,974, 15,975, 15,976, 15,980, 15,983, 16,004, 17,972, 19,751, 
20,131, 20,136, 20,580, 20,793, 20,976, 23,298, 23,517, 28,519, 28,549. 

v.— 'Pour le Rdgne de Jacqaes Premier. 

Man* No. 2,757, 2,812, 2,881, 2,945, 3,350, 3,438, 8,455, 3,461, 8,466, 8,489, 3,499, 
3,590, 8,501-16, 3,558,3,608,8,640,3,722, 3,828, 3,824, 8,834,4,112,4,149,4,150, 
4333, 4,509, 4,510, 4,511, 4,512, 4,720, 4,755, 4,827, 5,167, 15,888, 15,889, 15,970, 
16,977-9, 15,981-2, 15,984-91, 17,974-5, 19,747, 19,751, 20,530, 20,976, 20,997- 
21,007, 22,884, 28,405, 28,517-8, 28,594-600, 23,602, 25,105-10. 

VI°.— Pour le R^gne de Charles Premier. 

MS. Nob. 2,756-7, 2,762, 2,774-5, 2,805, 2,881, 8,692-5, 3,782-8, 8,781, 8,816, 
8,818, 8,882-8, 8,886, 3,841, 4,188, 4,757, 15,889, 16,992-6,003, 17,975, 19,881^, 
20,657-20,674, 28,556-7, 28,601, 23,603-6. 

VII°. — ^Pour le Gonvemement du Protecteur. 
MS. No. 15,889, 15,970, 16,008-10, 20,976. 

Ynr.— Pour le B^gne de Charles Second. 

MS. No. 2,893, 8,886, 10,713, 15,889, 23,981. 

Quant ^ la s^rie, my Lord, que j'ai mentionn^e plus haut comme se rattachant au 
Fonds Fran^ais, sous le titre de ** Nouvelles acquisitions," je n'ai ^ signaler comme 
renfermant des documents relatifs & Thistoire d'Angleterre, que les numeros 60, 1,558, 
1,676, 2,042, 2,617. 

Et quant au fonds Latin, les manuscrits qui m^ritent le plus particulidrement 
d'attirer Tattention, pour I'olget de mes recherches, ont pour num^ d'ordre 9,818, 
9,812, 10,187, 11,109, 12,805, 17,055, 17,076, 17,689, 17,694. 

8^ — ^BlBLIOTTH^QUBB DB l'AjLSBHAL, DB L'INBTITIIT, DU LUXBMBOUBO, 

Mazabinb, bt Sasitb Gbnbyz^b. 

Encourag^, my Lord, par le r&iultat y^ritablement heurenx que j'avais obtenu & la 
Bibltothdque Nationale, pour I'ordre qu*il ^tait si n^essaire d'apporterdansle classe- 
ment des decouvertes, il me parut, pour ne pas &ire un doable emploi de temps et 
pour n'avoir pas & foumir des copies qui, sur tel ou tel r^gne, auraient toujours 6t6 
mcompl^tes, tant que je n'aurais pas examine les diffiSrents antres d^p6ts de manu- 
scrits qui Bont k Paris, il ma paru, dis-je, que je devais ^uiser tons les moyens ct 
toutes les occasions qui s'ofiBtaient ^ moi pour completer le repertoire que j'avais 
commence. Ce fut ainsi qu'apr^s avoir consacrd tout le temp n^essaire ^ I'examen 
des articles de Pimmense d^pot des manuscrits de la Bibliotheque Nationale, je porta! 
mes investigations dans les autres Bibliotb^ques ^i-dessus design^, me roservant 
pour operation finale de mettre 2i profit laprecieuse permission que j'avais obtenue 
de consulter le Dcpdt reserve des Affiures Etrongeres. 

Les d^partements des manuscrits de ces difilSrentes Biblioth^ues, il &at le dire 
aussitdt, sont loin d'offrir pour llilstorien des richesses aussi miposantes et aussi 
importantes qu'on serait d'abord dispose ^ le croire. Tr^ riches pour oe qui con- 
stitue I'^I^ment litt^raire proprement dit, ils le sont beanooup moins pour la partie 
purement historique. Je n'ai d'aiUeurs d^pens^ ^ I'ezamen de leurs difflrents 
recueils que le temps strictement n^cessaire pour (m'assurer que j'avais consden- 
cieusement donn^ satisfaction k ma curiosity d'investigateur pour Phistoiie d'Angle- 
tene. 

A la BibHoth^ue do TArsenal, ce n'est gu^res que dans les manuscrits du pr$- 
cieaz Fonda Conrart que j'ai renoontr§ des pi^es interessaotes ^ mentionner, et elles 

Q 2 



234 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTT-SIXTH BEPOBT OF THE 

No. 5.— "M. Armand Bascfaet's Report upon Docaments in French 
Archives relating to British History — continued, 

se tronyent r^parties dans les regittres ainsi nnmeiot^fl. Han^ Ko«. 380 (Hist.)* 
607 (Hist), 5,085 (J. Coniart), 5,086 (J. Conrart), 5,186 (J. Conrait), 6,241 
(J. Conrart), 6,494 (J. Conrart), 6,677 (J. Conrart), 6,721 (J. Conrart), 6,723 
(J. Conrart), J.' 69 (Belles lettres). 

La docte (3ompagnie de Tlnstitut de France poss^e une biblioth^ae importante 
dont Tacces n'est pas pablic, mais la bienYeillaoce de Tillnstre historien, Mr. Mignet, 
secretaire perpetael de 1* Academic des Sciences Morales et Folitiques, qui ne m'a 
jamais fait d^fant, s*est manifestee une fois de plus pour moi, en cette occasion, et 
snr sa prtentation, j'ai ^t^ admis h. pouvoir travaiUer dans la salle r^servee k la 
conservation des volumes. II est result^ de mon examen que les mannscrits k men- 
tionner pour I'objet de mes recbercbes sont les suivants: — MS. Nos. 72, 73, 75, 76, 
287, 342. 

Cette Bibliotb^ne possMe entr'autres collections de documents manuscrits, ezclu- 
sivement historiques, celle qui jadis fnt commenc^e par Fbistoriograpbe Theodore 
Godefroy, continu6e par son fils Denis, et achev^ par les fils de ce dernier, Denis et 
Jean. Compost de 646 portefeuilles ou volumes (la pinpart in folio), consacr^ i 
la politique, k la diplomatic, k Thistoire dn commerce, non seulement de la France, 
mais des pays Strangers, cette remarquable collection, k laquelle le nom de son fonda- 
teur est demeur^, ^taitbieniait pour appeler et retenir mon attention. Les documents 
qui sont tout sp^ialement relatifis aux n^gociations politiqnes ou commerciales avcc 
I'Angleterre, se trourent dans les portefeuilles ainsi classes : — MS. No. X., XV., 
XXV., XXVU., XXVnL, XXXIV., XXXIX., XL., XLVL, XLVIL, XLIX., 
LL, LXII., LXIH., LXIV., LXV., LXVI., LXXHI., LXXIV., LXXV., LXXVI., 
LXXVII., LXXVIII., LXXXVI., XCVH., CXIV., CXVI., CCLXI. (Tome HI.), 
CCLXV., CCLXVn., CCLXVIII. (Tomo m.), CCLXIX. (Tome IV.), CCLXX. 
(Tome v.), CCLXXV., CCCXV., CDIL 

La Biblioth^ue du Luxembourg, parmi ses manuscrits, n'en possMe que trois que 
je doive mentionner. lis portent pour num^ros M* Nos. 8,929, 9,035, 9,149. 

La Biblioth^que Mazarine poss^de 3,039 manuscrits, parmi lesquels ceux qui, par 
la nature des documents qu'ils renferment, ont qualite pour 6tre design^s dans oe 
repertoire, sont classes dans Tordre suivant: — 

Mts. Nos. 1,821, 1,822, 1,823, 1,837, 1,838, 1,841-3, 1,800, 1,815, 1,816, 1,708, 
1,718, 1,720, 1,767, 1,772, 2,777, 2,809, 2,858, 2,896, 2,929, 2,933. . 

La Bibliotbbquc Sainte-Oenevi^ve n'a foumi k mes recbercbes que la mention des 
indications ci-dessus: MS. No. 4° 6. G.F., 4« L.F., F.O.F,, F. 35, L.F. 449, 227, 435, 
439, 445, 587, 654, 748, 750, 782, 796. 

30. — AncniTES de Fbamcb. 

Les Archives de France, mj Lord, qpi sont un ^tablissement tout diffarent du 
D6p5t des Archives des AJBures fitranferes, devaient n6cessairement appeler ma 
visite et airftter mon attention. Mais j'ai dft bientot reoonnidtre que les dicouvertes 
a y faiie, pour I'objet de ma mission, ne seraient pas en rapport avec I'importance ct 
la grandeur de ce D^pot de documents. 

Des recherdies antlrieures aux miennes y ont, du reste, ^tc faites, relativement aux 
informations k recueillir sur les affaires d'Angleterre. En effet, d'apn^s Tannexe 
imprim^ qui se trouve joint aux instructions que vous m'aves fiiit Thonneur de me 
donner, je vois k la page 8 (Transcripts from the Archives du Royaume (Paris), 
portfolio 5) que les cartons du Public Record Office possMent d&jk la copie du plus 
grand nombre de ceux qui s*y trouvent Je n'en ai pas moins dress^ Finventaire le 
plus com^et, afin ^u*en comparant Tindex des documents qui ont 6i68 foumis au 
Record Office avec Tmdex de ceux que j'ai relev^, vous puissiez me donui^r k connattro 
quels sont les documents des archives de France qui vous mauquent. Les indications 
num&iques que j'ai k produire, pour suivre le syst^me de precision dont je me suis 
fait un devoir dws ce Rapport sont, en ce qui concerne les Ardiives de France, les 
suivantes: — 

Cartons No. J. J. 586. (Pour I'index du Tr^sor des Chartes.) 

J. 918. (Melanges Angleterre, supplement) 

U. 919. „ ^, 

J. 920. „ „ 922. 

2,857. Monuments historiques. 

K. 79, No. 5, 12, 13. 

K. 80, No. 5, 14. 

K. 81, No. 34. 

E. 82, No. 2, 14 ; K. 84, No. 25, 27 $ K. 86» Ko. 1. 



DEPUTT KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RECOBD8. 235 

No. 5.-~M. Armand Baschet's Report upon Documents in French 
Archives relating to British History—- «oiilfn«eef. 



K. 93, No. S2 ; K. 96, No. 96 ; K. 99, No. 7, 19. 
K. 95 ; E. 96 ;' K. 97 ; E. 101, No, 10, 2, 1 1, 13, 17, SO, 60. 
E. IX., No. 1300-1808, 1385-1341, 1854, 1855, 1372*1875, 1878-1880, 1881-1884, 
1482 B.I. 
K.E. 849, 1855, 1877-1881, 1882, 1405. 

4°. — ^Abchitkb du Dkpaktkjubnt du Nokd, 

Pendant le mois de Mai de cette ann^, les conditions politiqnes int^eores de 
Paris m'ajant forc^ment ^loign^ de cette eapitale, ]e me suis renda, conform^ment k 
¥08 instructions, my Lord, dans les villes du nord de la France, poor donner oours 
aux recherches de docnments. - II me fat facile de constater bientdt que les biblio- 
th^aes de Calais, Cambrai, Valenciennes, Arras, et Amiens ne contenaient parmi 
lean manoscrits aacan docament qui fCit relatif h I'histoire d*Angleterre depuis le 
r^gne d*Henry VIII. jusqu'i celui de Qeorges I^. 

Dans la Bibliothdque de la Tille de Douax, je n'eus k signaler que les cinq yolumee 
in folio ainsi designds: — ^*^Regi8trum Expeditionum in Anglia ductamm per illus 
" trissimum et revercndissimum Cardinalem Polum Legatum, anno 1554-1557." 
Ce manoscrit m^rite d'dtre remarqu^ et ^tudi^, par cette raison importante que la 
presqae totalit6 des dites *' Expeditions du Cardinal L6gat," ne se trouyent pas dans 
Tedition de Brescia, pabli^ en 1757. 

La Biblioth^ue de la villc de Lille ne poss^de aucun manuscrit qui m^te d'etre 
mentionn^ dans le lUpertoire, mais fortunement je n'ai pas k dire la meme chose du 
be! ^tablissement des Archives D^partementales qui sont conserves dans cette ville. 

Le r^ultat de I'examen que j'ai minutieusement pratiqu^ dans les cartons destines 
aux documents anciens fat la rencontre d'une s^rie de pidces des plus int^ressantes, 
relatives au rdgne d'Henry VII. et au r^gne d'Henry VIII. Pour ne parler (jue du 
r^gne de ce dernier roi, je dois signaler la collection importante des lettres missives 
appartenant k\&** classe B.," ** cours et jurisdictions," " chambre des comptes," oil 
il ne se trouve pas moins de quarante-sept lettres d*Henry VUI. addressees k 
Marguerite de Savoie, une lettre de Catherine d'Aragon, un nombre important de 
documents essentieUement diplomatiques, et difffirentes d^p^ches trds curieuses dat^cs 
de Londres et rddig^s par Georges Themselve et le Baron d'Esne, appartenantes 
aux annees 1509, 1510, et 1513. La s^rie des cartons de 1508 a 1512, de 1513 & 
1522, et de 1523 i 1555, contient aussi des pidces int^ressantes. Dans le nombre 
" quarante-sept '* des lettres d'Henry VIII., je ne compte pj|s les "neuf " lettres de 
ce roi dont les originaux sont en ces archives et qui out ^t^ imprimis dans le Recueil 
des Lettres de Louis XII., public en 4 volomes par J. Oodefroy. 

II me reste, my Lord, ^ tous presenter le tableau Complet de mes recherches dans 
les pr^Hneuses Archives du Miuistcre des AfBiires £trangdres, pour vous mettre k 
m6me d'appr^cier T^tendue du^ travail que j'ai accompli. Je crois toutefois devoir 
vous dire, my Lord, avant de commencer ce nouveau cbapitre, que je n'ai pas la 
pretention de vous avoir suffisamment ^clair^ sur la nature des mes travaux, par cette 
f roide nomenclature num^rique de manuscrits, pour ce qui regarde tous les depots de 
documents authentiques. 

Malgr^ Tavantage appreciable que pr^sente la formation de ce tableau pr^cU de 
registres ou il n'y a qu'a puiser pour donner cours, suite, et fin a la mission dont j'ai 
6te honor^, ce n'est pas Ik qu'est le seul r^ultat de I'emploi du temps considerable 
qne j'ai consacr^ a Taccomplissement de mon devoir. J'ai ^ votre disposition autre 
chose qu'une nomenclature, et dans un prochain rapport, chronologiquement n^digd, 
et qui sera le complement indispensable de celui-ci, je mettrai sous vos yeux le 
resume de chacun des documents, le precis de chacune des informations, la partio 
essentielle de chacune des pitk^es que j'ai eu a signaler dans chacun des numeros 
precises. En m^me temps que je produirai cet ^tat, je vous remettrai les copies qui 
sont execut^es et qui appartiennent au r^gpe d'Henry VIII. 

Ddsormais, my Lord, vous pouvez consid^rer comme termin^e Top^ration hi plus 
difficile dans le cours de cette mission, c'est a dire celle qui consisUit i trouver les 
documents, k les r^unir, et k les analyser de manidre k se rendre compte de ce qu'il y 
a de veritablement int^ressant et utile, en France, dans les collections de Papien 
d'Etat, relativement k I'Angleterre. Je soumettrai en mfime temps, dans le second 
Rapport k votre Seigneurie, quelques considerations que peut-6tre elle approuvera, 
pour I'accomplissement successif des copies, afin de leur assigner certalnes divisions 
et series qui aunuent cet avantage de foumir, de mois en mois, au Public Record 
CMce, des documents d'un mdme genre, formant rapidement un trds remarquable 
ensemble, ainsi toutes les instructions qui furent donnees aux ambassadeurs allant en 



286 APPElfDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH BEPOBT OP THE 

No. 5.— M. Armand Baschef s Beport upon Documents in French 
Archiyes relating to British History — canimued, 

An^eteire ; puis toates les lettres des souvermns ; puis lee d^pdches, etc. Da reste, 
myLord, mon devoir sera de me conformer pleinement a ce que Toos eBtimerez 
comme 6tant et plus oonYenable et plus utile. 

5^ — ^AbOHXYES DU MINIStIbBB DSS AsVAIBIBS I^TRAlfoifcBXS. 

Le D^pAt des ArcluYes des Afhires filrangdres ofifre au chercheur nne mine 
d'autant plus pr^cieuse que, par suite de mesnres administratives qui out M observe, 
avec une rigueur yraiement extraordinaire, sons tons les gonyemements qui se sont 
succ^d^ en IVance, depuis bientot on si^le, I'acc^ en a toujours 6iS des plus 
difficiles. 

Bien rares ont 6tS les permissions accord^cs. Souvent mdme, entre la date de la 
lettre minist^rielle qui vous octroy ait la fayeur tant desir^e, et la date de ce que 
je pournds appeler I'execution et Tapplication de cette &yeur, un trop long temps 
s'^ulait. 

Vous pourrez comprendre aistoent, my Lord, combien tons mes ygbuz et toutes 
mes ambitions de chercheur s'etaient portes yen la connaissance et la fr^quentation 
de ce d^partement que je savais 6tre indispensable iL ma curiosity, pour conduire h 
leur perfection toutes mes inyestigations. J'eus ce bonheur de pouyoir m'addresser 
h, un ministre qui connaissait par lui-m6me et ma personne et mes travaux depuis 
plusieurs annees. Ce ministre etait M. Le Prince de la Tour d'Auyergne, qui yenait 
pr^cisement alors de passer de I'Ambassade de France en Angleterre au Minist^ 
des Afifaires iStrang^res k Paris. Esprit 6nidit, d'une bienyeiUance accomplie, 
godtant au plus haut point T^tude de Thistoire, et par une cons^uence naturelle k ce 
godt, appr^ciateur d^lar^ de ceux qui se liyrent k cette culture distingu^e, ce minLstre 
youlut bien me faire cette grAce de leyer les obstacles qui, sans lui, m'eussent 
probablement, fort long temps encore, tenu k distance du D^pot des Archiyes des 
Afiiedres ^trang^res. Gr4ce k ces marques de liberality que je crois d'autant plus de 
mon deyoir de yous signaler, my Lord, que le ministre qui se faisait un honneur de 
les t^moigner, a ^t^ enley^ a la yie, il y a quelque mois« j'ai pu completer I'entier 
repertoire de documents Franfais existants a Paris, comme dtant de nature a in- 
teresser I'lustoire d' Angleterre, et comme m^ritant k ce titre, d*6tre transcrits ou 
analyses. 

Du reste, my Lord, ici (je veux dire en ces archiyes), le trayail du chercheur est 
aussi facile qu'il est int^ressant. Ici, en effet, les difficult^ mat^rielles pour la 
recherche de documents conoemant un seul objet, yisant h, un m^me but, n'existent 
pas, commes elles existent dans T^onne collection des manuscrits de la Biblioth^que 
Nationale. A la Bibliothdque, c'est 4 force de preuyes de patience et aussi par 
d'heureuses dispositions daiis Tinstinct, que le chercheur doit former lui-m6me la 
s^rie des papiers et documents que son but est de r^unir. II faut en quelque sorte 
qu'il crre de tons cot^s et dans tons les sens, car rien ne lui indique absolument qu*il 
rencontrera'^rAngleterre" dans tels cndroit plutot que dans tel autre. Au Depot 
des Archives des Afiaires titrang^res, au contraire, les series sont toutes dispos6es 
pour une consultation facile ; la clart^ y est parfaite ; les divisions y sont naturelle- 
ment et r^gulidrement Stabiles dans un ordre chronologique tr^s appreciable. £n un 
mot, les documents diplomatiqnes, relatifs a chaque puissance, y sont classes dans 
un ordre aussi heureux que celcd qui preside aux " foreign scries " qui sont Tun des 
omements et Pun des tresors du Public Record Office. 

La s^rie '* Angleterre," au d^partement dont je parle, comprend, pour I'^tenduc 
des recherches, dont vous m'avez pr^cis^ les limites, c'est 4 dire depuis Tav^ncment 
d'Henry VIII. au trune jusqu'Ji celui de Georges Premier, deux cent cinquante-sept 
registres ou volumes, dont j'ai successivcment et compl^tement fait Tcxamen, pidce 
par pidce. C'est le r^sultat de cet examcn minutieux, my Lord, que j'ai Thonneur de 
soumettre h votre attention, dans les pages suivantes. 

Begistre No. 1.— Ann^s 1200-1525. 

Les documents qui, dans ce volume, sont ant^rieurs au r^gne d* Henry VUI., com- 
prennent 245 pages. Cest done k la page 246 que commencent ceux dont j'ai cu k 
m'occupcr. Le plus important est la *' Itelation de ce qui feut n^oti^ en I'an 1525 
** avec Henry VIIL et le Cardinal d*York par Mvesque de Tarbe, le Vicomte de 
" Turenne, et le President Le Viste Ambassadeurs du Roi Fran9ois L" 

Begistre No. 2. — ^Annto 1526-15 . 

Sosmuure de la N^gociation fiiite k Boulogne et k Cakiis par le Cardinal du Bellay, 
le President de Rouen, et Claude Laubespine^ Secretaire des finances du Roy, au 
mois de Septembre 1544. Page 12S. 



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No. 5.*— -M. Annand Basohet^B Beport upon Documents in French 

felsting to Britiah History — corUinued, 



InBtrnction k Mess, le CmrfliiHil dn BeDay, Mai^chal da Bies, M. Pierre Bemon, 
Premier President de Booen, et Claude de Lanbespine, de ce qa'ils avaie&t affaire 
aveo le Boy d'Angleterre, on sea depletes, pour le £uct de la paix et lay poor y par- 
Tenir. Pages 124-146. 

Don da Dach^ de Qiatelleraat en fi&vear de M. le Comte d'Aran, 1548. 

Instractions au Sr. de la Bodbepot, De Chagtinon, Domortier, Gonfleiller da Boy 
en son privl Conseil, M. Gaillaame Bochetel, 8^crStaire des ses finances, de ce qu'iJs 
aaront il traitter et n^gocier aTocqaes les Ambassadears d'Angleterre. (Eodct k 
Fontainebleaa le 9^e joar de Mars 1549.) Pages 277-286. ^ 

M^moire an S. d'Andelot de ce qn'il aura 4 dire aa Boy de par ces deppates estans 
aa fort Donttreao, le 16 Mars 1549 (sign^ Montmorancy, De CoUigny, OaiUart, et 
Bochetel). Pages 286-289. 

Comnussion a M. Andr^ Guillart, Cherallier, Seigneur da Mortier, le 20 Janvier 
1549, h Fontainebleaa. 

M^moires des depntez da Boy du 29 May 1550. (De Cbastillon, Du Mortier, et 
de Tassy.J Pages 419-422. 

Lettre a M. de Selve sur le yoiage de M. de Belleville en Angleterre. Page 421. 

M^moire de ce que le Capitaine Vallery a k dire k la Boyne d'Kscosse de la part 
du St. de Cbastillon. Page 424. 

Paix de Yaucelles, 1555. 

Begistre No. 3. — ^Annto 1539-1540. 

Lettres et depecbes de Charles de MariOac en son Ambassade d'Angleterre, auquel 
sent les despesches par lay &ictes aa Boy et 4 Mons. le Connestable, et celles du diet 
Boy et da diet Sr. Connestable. Commen^ant au I** Avril 1539, au comancement de 
la dite ann^ et de son ambassade, et finissant A la fin de D^mbre 1540. 

Dcpuis le 2 Avril 1539 jusqu'au 31 Decembre 11 y a 41 lettres oa depSches de M. 
de Maril l ac, address^ soit au Boy aoit aa Conn^table, et depuis le 1 Janvier 1540 
jusqu'au 31 Decembre, 11 y en a 57. 

Depuis le 18 Avril 1539 jusq'au 31 Decembre 11 y a 39 lettres oa d^p^hes, 
addressees soit par le Boi, soit par le Conn^table, k M. de Marillac, et une de la 
Beine de Kavarre, soeur du Boi, soit du Cc^nn^table, et deux du Chancelier, addressees 
au m^me M. de Marillac, Ambassadear eu Angleterre. P^e 245. 

Begistre No. 4.— Ann^ 1546 (3 Jaillet)-I547 (2 Aoiit). 

Lettres et d^pdches de Mr. de Salodie, Ambassadeui en Angleterre, address^ 
au Boi, k TAmiral, au Chancelier, an Mar^chal de Biez, et k divers aatres person- 
nages. 

Ce volume renferme 198 lettres ou d^pdches. 

Begistre No. 5.^Ann^6 1547 (2 Aoiit)-1548 (30 Juillet). 

Lettres et d^pSches de. M. de Saludie, Ambassadeur en Angleterre, address^ 
au Boi, au Conn^table, li M. de la Bochepot, k rAmiral, k M. de Cbastillon, et k 
divers aatres personnages. 

Ce volume contient 240 lettres ou d^pdcbes. 

Begistre No. 6. Annies 1548 (1 Aodt>-1549. 

Lettres et d^pdches deM.de Saludie, Ambassadeur en Angleterre, addressees 
au Boi, au Conn^ble, iM.de la Bochepot, k Messeigneors da Conseil Priv^ (jus- 
qu'au 12 D^mbre 1548). 

JVbto. — La demidre d^pdche de cet ambassadear est du 12 D^embre 1548, et se 
trouve au feoillet 88, mais elle ne parait pas avoir 6t^ la demi^re qu'il ait ^rite pen- 
dant son ambassade. Elle se troave, du reste, interrompue k ces mots 

'< Avant de fiure quelque explolct avant rarrivte de votre seeours " 

Dq>ui8 le feoillet 88 jusq'au feoillet 118 et dernier, sont diffiSrents docoments in- 
teressants, tela one — 

Mdmoire k Mons. de Cbastillon, gentilhomme de la chambre du Boy et coUonel 
des gens de pied FTan9oyB dont aucuns poincts qui touchent I'intelligence et esdair- 
dssement da dernier traicte faict entre le feu Boy et le feu Boy d'Angleterre et les 
diSSrends qui poorroient soordre k I'occasion d'aocones choses advenues depnis le 
diet traicte. (f. 89.) 

S'ensuyt comme les quartiers se peovent accorder entre my Lord de Clynton, 
Goovemeor de Boollonnoys, et de Monseign' de Cbastillon, lieutenant G^^rai pour 
le Boy. 



238 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIKTY-8IXTH BEFOBT OF THE 

No. 5. — M. Armand Baschet's Beport upon DocumentB in French 
Archives relating to British History— om^miictf. 

Quiiue lettres tant da Boi (5 Fevrier 1549), que da Connetable (12 Fevrier 1549) 
que de M. de la Bochepot et de ChastiUon (Fevrier 5, 6, 9, 1 1, IS, MonstreuU). 

Lettre du B07 (da 18 Ferrier 1549, Boalosne), par MM. de la Bochepot, Du 
Mortier, et Bochetel, qui etatent venus rejoindre M. de Chastilloiu 

Begistro No. 7.— Annies 1541 (2 Janvier)-1542 (19 Sept). 

Deuxi^me Yolame de Begistre de Messire C!hazleB de Marillac en son amlMUsade 
d'Angleterre, auquel sont les despesches par lay fkictes aa Boy et h Mona. Le Con- 
nestable, et celles da Boy et du diet Sieur Connestable h lay, depais le 2me joar de 
Janvier 1541 josques Ik la fin de Septembre 1542. 

JVbto. — (Le titre porte 2e jour de Janvier 1540, mais poar Writer la confoaion, je 
date selon Tusage modeme). Ce yolume n'est pas ici A la place qu'il devrait avoir 
chronologiquement, puis qu'il vient apr^s le registre des d^p^cbes de 1549. Son 
num^ro d'ordre r^guUer devrait done dtre le No. 4, paiaqu'il fait suite aoz dipdehes de 
la curieuse ambassade de M. Marillac, cit^s au No. 3. 

Ce registre contient 53 lettres ou d^p^hes addressees par M. de Marillac soit au 
Boi, soit au Connetable, et k TAmiral, pour I'ann^ 1541 ; U en contient 28 addressees 
aux mdmes pour rann6e 1542 jusqu'au 19 Septembre. Plus qoelques lettres au 
Chancelier. 

Les lettres tant du Boi que du Oinn^table et de TAmiral sont an nombrc de 51 
pour Tann^e 1541, et de 17 poor rann^e 1542. 

II y faut ajouter des documents int^ressants tels que diverses instructions et lettres 
de cr^ance. 

Begistre No. 8. — Annies 1537-1588. 

Negociation de M. de Castillon, Ambassadeur pour le Boi Fiangois Premier aupr^s 
du Boi d'Angleterre, Henry VIII, 

Nota, — Ce volume n'est pas, non plus, k la place qu'il devrait oecuper r6pili^Te- 
ment II devrait porter le No. 3. La Bibliotheque Nationale poss^de aussi parmi 
ses manuscrits, un recueil des d^p^bes de cet Ambassadeur, mais d'aprds ce que 
j'ai v^rifie, 11 est n^cessaire de consulter les deux registres pour former un recueil 
complet. 

Jjd premier document de ce registre est — 

Lettre ^crite par le Boi au Boi d'Angleterre, par laquelle il Im donne avis qu'il 
rappelle le Sr. D'Inteville, son Ambassadeur, et envoie en son lieu Mens, de Cbas- 
tilion, gentilhomme de sa chambre, le 10 Octobre 1537. 

Le dernier document est — 

Une d^pdche de T Ambassadeur au Boi, du 12 Ao^t 1538. Pages 278. 

Begistres 9 k 22.~Annee$ 1552-15^1. 

Les registres qui se suivent depuis le No. 9 jusqu'au No. 22 sont enti^rement con- 
sacr^s aux recueils des papiers de MM. de Noailles, qui furent successivement 
Ambassadeurs en Angleterre depuis rann^e 1652 jusqu'a rann^e 1561. Plusieurs 
volumes sont des copies i plusieurs autres sont des originaux. Mais comme les uns 
contiennent des pieces .que d'autres ne contiennent pas, je me suis determine k 6tablir 
un inventeire d^tailie de cbacane des pieces. Ce travail etait d'autant plus neees- 
saire qu'il m'a permis de reconnaitre quelles pieces de ces ambassades avaient ete 
publiees, et quelles pieces etaient demeur^es iu^dites. II m'a paru, du reste, d'apres 
certaines notes qui sont aux marges et d'apres quelques indications au crayon rouge, 
d6)k tr^s anciennes, que plusieurs de ces registres avaient servi a I'editeur des Am- 
bassades de Messieurs de Noailles. 

Ia plupart des papiers demeur^s in^dits appartiennent a I'ambassade de Gilles 
de Noailles, Abbe de I'lsle, qui fit le voyage en Ecosse avec M.D'Ussac en 1561. II 
s'y rencontre aussi de nombreuses instructions qui ont ete donnees 4 difiSrents agents 
envoies en Angleterre et en Ecosse; et ce genre de documents est veritablement 
empreint du plus particulier inter^t. 

Begistre No. 22 — Annees 1559-1560. 

Lettres variees ; depSches ; instructions ; tons documents relati& aux a&ires da 
royaume d'Ecosse. 

Memoire relatif aux pretentions de la France au snjet de TEcosse, presente par 
M. de Seure, Ambassadeur de France k la Beine d'Ansleterre et k son conseil. le 
20 Avril 1560. ^ 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BEOOBDS. 239 

No. 6. — ^M. Armand Baschet's Report upon Documents in French 
Archiyes relating to British History — continued, 

Ce qu'est pass^ ontre le Due d'AIbe et rSvAque de LimogeB 8iir le fait d'Ecoise 
et d'Angleteire. 
NombreuBeB lettres de la Dnchesse de Parme snr le fait d'Angleterre. 

BegiBtre No. 38.— Ann^s 1597-1598. 

Ambaisade de Mons. Hurault de Maisse en Angleterre ven la Royne Elisabeth, 
^8 ann^ 1597 et 1598, toachant la pals qui depuifl fut oonclae it Yervins. 

Avec nn joomal de tout oe qa'il a falct depnis le 24 Novembre 1597, qn'il partit 
de Boaen, jusqaes au 19 Janvier 1598, qa'il en retourna et arriya ik Dieppe. 

Le joonial s'^tend de la page 209 k )a page 421. 

Nota, — D b'j a pas Heu de s'^tonner de voir que Bur ce grand et long r^gne de la 
Reine Elisabeth il existe aux Archives des Affidres fitrang^res, une lacune aussi 
considerable dans les documents. De Tann^e 1561, en efifet, a I'ann^ 1 597, il ne 
%*y rencontre pas un seul document. La raison en est aue tous les documents 
politiques et diplomatiques relatifs a ce r^gne, se sont trouves r^partis et classes, au 
temps m&ne de Tancienne monarchic, parmi les collections de la Bibliothdque 
dtt Boi. 

Registre Ko. 24.— Ann^e 1603. 

Smte de TAmbassade de M. de Beaumont en Angleterre. 

Nota,— 1a premiere partie de ce volume manque, mais on s*en peut consoler 
d'autant plus facilement one le recueil des papiers de Tambassade de M. de Beau- 
mont en Angleterre, qui fut tres longue, se trouve en son entier parmi les manuscrits 
de la Biblioth^ue Kationale. 

Gette seeondc partie commence au 23 Janvier 1603, et finit au 19 Afars. (feoillets 
12.> 

R^stre No. 25.— Annto 1600-1611. 

Pieces et documents divers. 

Lettre escrite d' Angleterre sur le fait de la d^oouverte de I'entreprise dn Comte 
d'Essex sur Testat et personne de la Reine d' Angleterre. 
Lettres du Roi au Roi d'Esoosse. 

„ au Grand Tresoiier. 

„ au Chancelier. 

Dessein du Pape et du Roi d'Espagne sur la succession d' Angleterre. 
Traits de Commerce du 24 Fevrier 1606. 
Traits de garantie du 17 Juin 1609. 
Trait^s differents. 

Registre No. 26.— -Ann^s 1612-1624. 

Pieces diverses. 

Lettres de M. de Plasscne dat^ de Londres, k Mons. de Yilliers Hotman tont 
pour le service du Roi k Dusseldorf. 

Instruction k M. le Baron de la Tour pour le voyage que sa Mfjest^ Ini a com- 
mand^ de faire vers le Roi de la Grrande-Bretagne. 

Relation d' Angleterre, 8 Juin. 

Memoire exhi^ par charge de sa Majesty de la Grande Bretagne & M. de Bisseaux, 
ambnssadenr du Roi Tres Chretien, 7 Janvier 1614. Extrait des points prindpaux 
des plaintes et remonstrances faictes au Roy de la Grande Bretagne et k son Conseil 
par lo Sr. Desmarets, ambassadeur resident en Angleterre, 26 Sept. 1616. 

Lettre de M. Desmarets du 12 Janvier 1617 i Tev^que de Lusson conseillcr du 
Roi en son Conseil d'Estat et secretaire de ces commandement k Paris (chifire). 
Lettre de M. Desmaret au Roy et k M. de Richelieu, et du Roi et de I'evdque de 
Lnason i M. Desmarets, ambassadeur, 1617. Memoire de ce qu'il y a 2i faire sur le 
voyage de Buckingham, 1624. Memoire de Guillaume archevdque d'Ambrun sur 
le manage d' Angleterre ; p. 219, 227. Lettres de Joaones CoUetonus Decanus 
Capituli Augliffi, 1624. 

Nombreuses lettres de DeflBat, de Du Plessis evdque de Mande, de Buckingham, 
etc. 

Memoire envoyc par M. de Blinville au Cardinal de Richelieu ; f. 346. 

Registre No. 27. — ^Ann^e 1624 (Fevrier— Mai). 

Lettres et D^p^hes de M. de Comte de Tilli^res, Ambassadeur du Roi Tres Chre- 
tien au Roi d' Angleterre. 

ler document: Lettre de M. de k Yille aux Clercs k M. le Comte de Tilli^res, le 
6 Fevrier 1624. 

Dernier: D^pdche de M. le Cte. de Tilliires, Londres, 14 Mai 1624. (f. 869.) 



240 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIBTT-SIXTH BEPOBT OF THE 

No. 5.^M. Armand Baschet's Report upon Docamente in French 
Archives relating to British Hisfeorf-^cofiltfiffed'. 

Begistre No. fi8.-~-Aim^ 1624 (Ferrier— Mai). 
Ce Toltune contient lea indmes pieces qae le pr^c^dent. 

Registre No. 39.— -Ajinle 1624 (Mai— Ao(Lt). 

Oontenant la N^goeiation da Comte de TiUi^ies et du Maiqais d'Efiiat en Ani^e- 
terre depuifl le 25 Mai 1624 jusques aa mois d'Aoftt (m6me ann^). 

LettreSy m^moiies, actes, ioBtructioiu, et coatraits faictz aa traits de manage 
d'entre Madame Henriette, Marie, Sceor du Roi, areo Charles Premier Roi de la 
Grande Bretagne. (268 fenillets.) 

Begirtre No. 80. — Ann^ 1624 (Mai — Octobre). 

Lettrea, m^moirea, actes, d^p6ches, instrnctions, relatifs aa dit manage. 
Les depdches sont deM.de la Ville aax Clercs, de M. D^Effiat, da r^re Racorns 
du P^re Le Blond ; diffiSrentes lettres dn Roi. (234 feuillets.) 

Registre No. 81.— Ann^ 1624. 

Mtoe Tolnme qne le pr^^ent avec quelqaes lettres en pins: Le Roi k M. D'Effiat, 
St. Germain, 8 Octobre 1624. 
Le Pere BeroUe il M. de la Villeaux Clercs, 4 Sept. 1624, Boulogne. (358 feuillets.) 

Registre No. 82. — Ann^ 1626 Septembre-1625 Janvier. 

Lettres, articles accordez, et autres actes contenans ce qui s'est faict et pass^ il 
Rome, en France, et en Angleterre touchant le mariage d'Henriette Marie Soeur da 
Roi. Ensemble les lettres, projets, et autres traictez &ts et proponSs au Comte de 
Mansfeld, tant de la part da Roi de France que du Roi de Grande Bretagne sur le 
dessein de faire la guerre pour le recouTrement dn Palatinat, depuis le 23 Septembre 
1624, jusques au 28 Janrier 1625. (f. 884.) 

Registre No. 83. — Ann^e 1625 (Janvier-Avril). 

Suite des d^pdcbes de M. D'Effiat, Ambassadeur en Angleterre, avec toutes les 
pieces annexes i la n^ooiation. Ire depdcbe, 21 Janvier 1625 ; demidre lettre dn 
Roi an Roi de la Grande Bretagne, 25 Avril. (f. 884.) 

Registre No. 84— Ann^ 1625 (Avril-Juillet). 

Lettres, dlp^hes, et actes des n^gociations et ambassades des Srs. de la Ville aax 
Clercs, D'Effiat, Comte de Tresmes, et Dae de Cbcvreuse en Angleterre, avec tons 
les m^moires, accords, et conventions k Tappui. 

Inventaires des bagues et pierreries. 

Estat des dames, dunoyselles, et auhres officiers qui iront avec la Reine d' Angleterre. 

Inventaire de Tameublement dont le Roi a fait don. 

Relation de ce qui s'est faict tant aux fian^ailies le Joudi 8 Mai au Louvre, qn'au 
mariage le Dimanche 1 Mai a Notre Dame. 

Les noms et gaiges des officiers de ia Reine. 

Habillement de la Reine. 

Besognes k la fa9on d'Eepagne. 

Linge, vaisselle. 

Vaisselle d'argent dor^ cizell^. 

Chapelle de la Reine. (389 f.) 

Registre No 35.--Anne^s 1625 (Juillet)— 1626 (Avril). 

Lettres et d^pdches de la n^gociation du S. de Blainville, ambassadeur extntor-' 
dinaire en Angleterre. 

Ire document: Lettre du Roi do la Grande Bretagne au Roi, 8 Juillct. Dernier 
docament: D^p^cbe de M. de Blainville au Roi, Londres, 29 Avril. 

Ce volume contient aussi des d^pdcbes du Comte de Tilli^res It M. de la Ville aux 
Clercs ; des lettres du Roi k TEvfique ; des lettres du Cardinal de Richelieu, (feuillet 
400.) 

Registre No. 36. — ^Ann^es 1625-1626. 

N^gociations de M. de Blainville, chevalier des ordres du Roi, conseiller en ses 
conseus d'^t, premier gentilhoznme de sa chambre, et son ambassadeur en Angle- 
terre. 

InstmctionB et m^moires. 



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No. 5.— M. Armaxid Baschet's Beport upon Documents in French 
Archives relating to British History — continued, 

Nota. — Ce Tolume oontient ik pea pr^ les mimes piiices et docoments que le pr6- 
cldent 

Registres No. 87 et 38.— Ami^ 1625 et 1626. 

Ces deux Tolomes contieiment les mdmes pieces qae les deux precedents, et sont 
des copies d'aprds les originaux. 

Begistre No. 39. — ^Ami^e 1526. 

NIgoeiation de M. Le Marshal de Bassompierre envoT^ ambassadear extraor- 
dinaire en Angleterre de la part da Boi. Instractions dat^ de Nantes, le 23 Aoiit 
1626. 

Lettres de rappeL 15 Novembre 1626. (£. 383.) 

Begistre No. 40.— Annee 1626 (Septembre-D^cembre). 

Ambassadear extraordinaire de M. LeMar^cbal de Bassompierre. (M^mes 
d^pdches, lettres, et instractions qae dans le pr^c^ent. 

Begistre No. 41.— Ann^e 1626. 

Pieces diTerses. 

Becaeil de minates et de d^p^hes particoli^res adresse^ d' Angleterre par diverses 
personnes aa Cardinal de Bicheliea. Mission da Siear Baatra. 

Lettrje de Henriette-Marie au Cardinal de Bicheliea. 

M^moire envoy^ par M. de Schombe^ toacbant la Beine d' Angleterre. (f. 237.) 

Lettres diverses du Sieor Da Moolin, secretaire de M. de Bassompierre, et qai 
continua la correspondance d* Angleterre, apr^s le depart de Pambassadeiir. 

Histoire de ce qoi s'est passe en Angleterre depais le voyage de Madame jusqu'aa 
bannissement des Francois, (p. 247-321.) 

Begistre No. 42.— Annies 1627-1628. 

Pieces diverses. 

Lettres da Sieor Da Moulin an Boi, et lettres da Boi aa dit Sieor. 

Memoire pour le Doc de Buckingham. 

Divers papiers de 8r. de Montague. « 

M^moire de M. de Villeroy a MMrs. Les Ambassadeors de sa Majesty sor la 
descente des Anfflois 4 Itle de Bhe, 28 JoiUet 1627. 

Noovelles de Londres, 5 Aoiit 1627. 

Aflbires d' Angleterre. 

Belation de Mde. Lonnay-Basilly, parti d' Angleterre le 1' Fevrier 1628. 

Memoires de M. de Braves touchant les affiures avec TAngleterre. 

Fid^lle et veritable rapport de I'^stat des afiaires d' Angleterre par personnes de 
cr^ance ayant este sor les lieox depais le 15 Mai jusqa'au 18 Juin 1628, par 
Tentremise de Sr. Desmarets par le commandement de Monsr. le Cardinal. 

Lettre d'Henriette-Marie ^ la Beine-M^re. (f. 372.) 

Begiatre No. 48. — ^Annee 1629. 

Pieces diverses. 

Instruction baiUde a M. de Chasteauneof s'en allant ambassad^ en Angleterre. 
Le 20 Mai 1629. 

Lettre da Boi Charles Premier, 12 Janvier 1628, an Doc de Bohan. 

Differentcs lettres relatives ^ la Paix. 

Dep^hes de M. de Chasteauneof du 6 Aoiit 1629 & 8 Decembrc, datees soit de 
Londres, soit d'Hampton Court. 

M^moire touchant Faumonier de la Beino. 

A&ires d' Angleterre depuis le manage d'Henriette de France avec le Boi de la 
Gmnde-Bretagne. (f. 377.) 

Begistre No. 44.— Annies 1630-1631. 

Pieces diverses. 

Lettre d'Henriette-Marie Beine d' Angleterre. 

Instruction poor M. de Fontenay-Mareuil s'en allant ambassadeor en Angleterre 
(p. 14 ^ 23) 27 Janvier 1630. 

Lettres de M. de Chasteauneuf, 1630, Janvier- Apnl.^ 

Instruction au Sr. Marquis de Poigny, ambass' ordinaire en Angleterre, Fevrier 
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Archives relating to British Hiatorj— eon^imietf. 

Relation d'un enroj6 de M. de Eontenay. 

Advis et eztnits des lettres de I'ambaasadeur d'Espagne en Angleterre. 

Begiatie No. 45.~Annte 1532-1635. 

Pieces divenes. 

InstructionB pour le Marquis de Saint-Chauinonty chevalier des ordres du Roi, 
ambasfladeur extraordinaire vers le Boi d'Angleterre k Foccasion dn voyage de sa 
Majesty 4 la frontidre de Picardie. Calais, 26 Mai 1632. 

Lettre d'Henriette Marie. 

Relation donn^ par M. de Fontenai an retour de son ambaiBade en AngletenVi 
Juin 1684. 

Instructions pour M. de Poumy s'en allant ambassadenr, Juillet 1684. 

Instructions pour le S. de Senecterre, s'en allant ambassadeur extraordinaire, 25 
Fevrier 1635. (t 517.) ' 

Registre No. 46. -Ann^ 1636 et 1637. 

Pieces diverses. 

Extrait des lettres du 8r. de Ciz^ ambassadeur de Savoie en Angleterre. 

Lettres de M. Poigny. 

Lettres d'Henriette-Marie an Cardinal de Richelieu. 

Lettres curieuses de Tagent Crafft k la Duchesse de Chevreuse. 

Correspondanoe deM.de Senecterre, Londres, 1636-1637. 

M^moire et instruction an Sr. de Belli^vre, conseiller du Roi en ses conseils et 
pr^ident en sa cour de Parlement, s*en allant ambassadeur en Angleterre, 11 
Septembre 1637. (p. 318-^22.) 

Propositions pour Tacoonmiodement de la Reine. 

Lettre d'Henriette-Marie au Cte. de Leicester, (f. 365.) 

Registre No. 47. — ^Ann^ 1688 et 1639. 

Pieces diverses. 

Correspondance de M. de Belli^vre, Londres, 1638. 
Lettres du 8. Montaigu au S. Digb^. 

M^moire au S. de BelliSvre, conseiUer du Roi, et son ambassadeur en Angleterre, 
13 F^irrier 1688. 
Lettres de S. Wyndebank au Cte de Leicestre. 
Lettres de Charles Premier et d'Henriette-Marie au Roi, 1638. 
Lettres d'Henriette-Marie k M. de Chavigny, Mars 1639. 
„ „ au Roi, Avril 1639. 

„ au Due de Chevreuse, Avril 1639. (f. 669.) 



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Registre No. 48.— Annies 1640-1641. 
Pieces diverses. 

Lettres du 8r. Montana i M. de Chavigny. 
N^gociatipn de S. DaTot. 

I^res de du Perron Evdque d'Angouleme, Fevrier 1640, Londres. 
Lettres du Roi d'Angleterre h. M. de Chevreuse, Juin 1640. 

„ de Henriette-Marie h M. de Chavigny, 1641. 
L'^tat des affiures d'Angleterre, 1642. (f. 448.) 

Registre No. 49.— Ann^s 1642-1643. 

Pieces diverses. 

Lettres de M. de la Ferte-Imbault, Janvier 1642, Londres. 
„ du S. Montagu (La Haye). 

Lettres du 8. Forster (Paris) au Cardinal Mazarin. No. 49 (cont) 

MSmoire de 8. de Greoy, conseiller et maitre d'hotel ordinaire du Roi, s'en allant 
de la part de sa Mi^est^ en Hollande trouver la Reine de la Grande-Bretagne, 12 
Avril 1642. 

Lettres de Henriette-Marie k M. de Chavigny (La Haye) Mai. Lettre des con- 
ventaires au Roi tr^s Chretien. 

Lettres de Henr.-M. au Roi. Correspondance du 8. de Bure, secretaire, Londres, 
1643. 

Lettres de Henriette-Marie au Cardinal Maxarin. 

Lettres de M. D'Harcourt Londres, Octobre 164S. 

y, du 8. de Qressy, Oxford et Londres, 1643. (381 f.) 



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Archives relating to British History — caniinued^ 

Begistre No. 50«— Axmles 1648^1645. 

Noia. — Ce yoliiiiie oontient acusi des pi^es de 1647 h 1648, de 1649 k 1650, qui 
ne soot pas plac^ dans un ordre r%ulier. 

Nombreuses lettres francaises adress^ k la Serenissime Beine de la Grande- 
Bretagne, 1642, 1643, et 1644. 
Lettres i My Lord Montaigu. 
I, au Dnc d'Hamilton. 
„ a My Lord " Oermain " (sic). 
„ an Marquis d'Aigjle (Janvier 1650). 
Correspondanoe du Marquis de Grignon euyoye en Angleterre, 1647. 
Deux m^moires da Boi a M. de BeUi&vre. (f. 152.) 

Begistre No. 51. — ^Ann^es 1644*1645. 

Pieces diverses. 

Lettres de Mr. d'Harconrt, Janvier 1644. 

Lettres d'Henriette-Marie (sans date). 

(Correspondanoe da S. de la Monnerie. 

Instruction an S. de Sabran 8*en allant en Angleterre poor le service de leurs 
Migestez, S9 Avril 1644. 

Belation de oe que S. de Sabran a fiiict depuis le 5 AotLt qu'il est en Angleterre 
pour le service du Boi. (p. 116.) 

Lettre d'Henriette-Marie an Cardinal Maaarin, September 1644. Ditto, Octobre. 

Gonespondance partiouliire de M. de Sabran. (f. 554.) 

Begistre No. 52.— Annde 1646. 

Lettre de la Beine de la Grande-Bretagne au Due d'Orl&ms, Janvier. 
Lettre de la Beine de la Grande-Bretagne au Cardinal St. Germain, 18 Janvier. 
Suite de la oorrespondance de M. de Montreuil. 
Suite de la correspondance de M. de Sabran. 
Lettre du Boi k M. de Montreuil (du camp de Newark, Avril 1646). 
Correspondance particuli^re dutie de Londres et sign^e "La Verite" avec le 
Cardinal Masarin. 
DifBSrentes lettres d'Henriette-Marie dat^es de S. Germain, (f. 748.) 

Begistre No. 53. — Annto 1646-1648. 

N^gociations en Angleterre, Ecosse, et Irlande. 

Premiere partie des n^gociations de M. de Belli^vre depub le mois de Juillet 1646 
jusqn'il la fin du mois de Mat 1648. 
Instructions. 
Correspondance avec le Cardinal Mazarin. 

„ de M. de Grignon, Novembre 1647. 

„ de M. Talon, AoAt 1646. 

Nouvelles de Londres. (f. 416.) 

Begistre No. 54. — Anndes 1646-1647. 

Lettres en original de M. de Bellidvre, ambassadenr du Boi tres-chr^tien, Rentes h 
Londres, depnis Juillet 1646 Jusqu'i Decembre 1647, et addressees auComt«de 
Brienne. (f. 262.) 

l^re d^pdehe, 9 Juillet 1646, Calais ; demidre, 80 Decembre 1647, Londres. 

Begistre No. 55.--Ann^ 1647 (Supplement). 

Pieces divenes. 

Tons documents k Tappui de la n^gociation de M. de Bellidvre. 
.Instructions et m^moires relatifii k eet ambassade. (f. 442.) 

Begistre No. 56.— Annies 1647-1648. 

Negociations en Angleterre, Ecosse, et Irlande. 

Deuxieme partie de la n^ooiation de M. de Monstreuil depuis le mois de Mars 
1647 ivaqn*k la fin d'Ao^t 1648. 

Correspondance avec S.E. Le Cardinal Mazarin, et avec M« Le Tellier, secretaire 
d'etat. 

Nonvelles de Londres. (f. 432.) 



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Archives relating to British History— con^'ntfedL 

Registre No. 57. — ^Ann^ 1648 (Snppltoent). 

Correspondance de M. de la Mommerie, Jamrier. * 

Gorrespozidance de M. de Grignon. 

Correspondance de M. de Graymond, Edinbaigh, Novembro 1648. (f. 862.) 

Registre No. 58. — ^Ann^s 1648-1651. 

Correspondance de M. de Belli^yre. 

l^re d^p^he, 3 F^vrier 1648, Londres (jnsqu'^ la page 227 poar rannec 4 
Janvier 1649, jasqti'au 4 May, Doavres). Pais nolle d^p^he jusqu'au 13 Septembre 
1649, oii se tronve une d^pdche de M. de Cnmll^, charge d'affiures. 

Viennent ensnite les d^ptehes de M. de Bellidne en date de la Haye, Mars, AvriJ, 
Mai 1651. (f. 406.) 

Registre No. 59.— Ann^s 1648-1651. 

N^gociatioDB en Angleterre, en Scosse et Irlande. 

Ce volnme est diviM en deox parties. La premiere contient la deiixi^me partie 
de la n^gociation de M. de Belli^vre, depois le 1 Juin 1648 jusqu'fL la fin de la m^me 
ann^e. La seoonde oontient la n^goaaiion de M. de Groolle, dcpois Avril 1649 
Jnsqn'ii la fin de Janvier 1651. (f. 482.) 

Regbtre No. 60. — Aim6e» 1649 2l 1651 (Supplement). 

Fi^es diverses. 

Lettres du Frinoe d' Angleterre k la Relne, La Haye, Janvier 1649 ; id. an Cardinal 
Mazarin. 

Lettres de M. de Graymond, Edinburgh, Mai 1649. 
id. de M. de Rokeby au Cardinal. 

Lettres de Henriette-Muie an Cardinal Mazarin, Faris, Mai 1 650. 

M^oire poor dresser Tinstruction de cclui qui doit ^tre cnvoye en Angleterre. 
Frojet d'instmction pour M. Gentillot allant en Angleterre, 20 Janvier 1651. 

l^re lettre de M. GentiUot, 26 Mars 1651, Londres. 

M^moire sommaire des instmctions necessaires au Sr. Salimon pour la negociation 
d'Angleterre. (226 pieces, t 439.) 

Registre No. 61. — Annies 1652 et 1653. 

Lettres de Henriette-Marie (14 Fev. 1652) au Cardinal, etc. ; id. de (Charles id. 

Correspondance dn Sr. Gfentillot avec M, Servien, Ministre d'Etat. 

M^moire sur les afEures d' Angleterre, Mars 1652. 

M^moire a M. d'Estrades pour traicter avec les Anglois, 23 Avril 1652. 

Liste de joyaux de S. M. la Reine d' Angleterre, et qui sent en gage en HoUando. 
(p. 83.) 

Instruction k M. de Bordeaux, Conseiller du Roi en son (^onseil d'etat, Maitre 
des Requites ordinaires, de S. M. intendant de justice, de police et finances en la pro- 
vince de Ficardie, 2 D^c. 1652. 

Nouvelles d' Angleterre, D^cembre 1652. 

Fremi^res d^pdches de M. de Bordeaux. D^cembre 1652— Janvier 1658. 

Lettre du E*rotecteur k son Eminence, 26 Janvier 1653. 

Suite des lettres de M. de Bordeaux k M. Servien (F^vrier, Mars, Avril). 

Nouvelles ordinaires de Londres. 

Lettre du Frotecteur k son Eminence, 10 Join 1653. 

M^moires pour M. de Bordeaux. 

Lettres d'Henriette-Marie, Faris, Octobre 1653. 
. Quelques lettres de Mazarin k M. de Bordeaux. (217 pieces, 400 L) 

Registre No. 62.— Annto 1652.-1654. 

Ambassade de M. de Bordeaux. 

Lettres en original de M. de Bordeaux, Ambassadeor Extraordinaire de sa Miyest^ 
Tres Chr^tienne k Londres, Writes pendant les annto 1652, 1658, et 1664, an Comte 
de Brienne, Secretaire d'etat. 

Fremi^re d^ptehe, 22 D^cembre 1652, Londres. 

Demi^re „ 30 D^cembre 1654. (f. 756.) 



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Archives relating to British History— con/tittfeii?. 

B^gistre No. 68.«-Aiiii^ 1654 (supplement). 
Pieces rtaiSes. 

Tr^ interessantes lettres, iostrixctioDS, informations da Cardinal Mazarin, relatives 
a I'Ambassade de M. de Bordeaux aapr^ dn Protecteur. 
B^pddies d'fitat pour M. de Baas, Mars 1654. 

Registre No. 64. — ^Ann^s 1654 et 1655. 

Ambassade de M. de Bordeaux, Fartie II. 

Ce Tolame contient la seeonde partie de la N^gooiation de M. de Bordeaux, depuis 
le mois de Mai 1654 josqu'au 26 Ao^it 1655. 
M^moires de M. de Baas, 11, 14, 18, 25 Mai 1654. 
D^pdches adressles h son Eminence et 1^ M. de Brienne. (f. 531.) 

Begifitre No. 65.— Annies 1655 et 1656. 

Pieces relatives a TAmbassade de M. de Bordeaux. 

Lettres, d^p^hes, m^moires depuis le 4 Janvier (Londres) 1655^ jnsqu'au 28 Di- 
cembre (Londres) 1656. (p. 459.) 

Begistres Ko. 66. — Ann^s 1655 et 1656 (supplement). 

Pieces diverses. 

Minutes des lettres de Mazarin au, President de Bordeaux. 

Le Protecteur Ik son Eminence, 20 Mai 1655, 25 Mai, id. 

Lettres de Charles (Juillet 1655, Cologne) k M. D'Avangour, Ambass. en Su^e ; 
Novembre, id. 

M^moire pour renvoyer M. de Bordeaux k Londres, dict^ par le Cardinal Mazaiin 
le 9 Feb. 1656. 

Le Roi au Protecteur pour acorWter de nouvean M. de Bordeaux en quality 
d'Ambassadeur Extraordinaire, 24 Mars 1656. 

Le Protecteur k son Eminence pour accr^diter Guillaume Lockart, 4 Avril 1656. 

Lettres de la Beine d'Angleterre, Paris, Juillet 1656. (f. 812.) 

Begistre No. 67. — Annies 1655 et 1657. 

Ambassade de M. de Bordeaux. 

Troisi^me partie de la n^gociation de M. de Bordeaux, depuis le mois de Sep- 
tembre 1655 jusq'au 7 Juin 1657. 
Lettres k M. de Brienne, Ministre d'Etat, k son Eminence. 
M^oire du S. Morell, 1 Novembre 1655. (f. 515.) 

Registre No. 68. — Annies 1657, 1658. 

Ambassade de M. de Bordeaux. 

Qnatri^me partie de la n^gociation, depuis le 5 Juillet 1657 jusqu'^ la fin de 
Tann^e 1658. * 
Lettres k son eminence. 
Lettres k M. de Brienne. 
M^moire du Cbevalier de Clairville. 
M^moire de M. Talon, 7 Sept., 8 Oct. 1657. (f. 468.) 

Registre No. 69. — Amides 1657, 1658. 

Pieces varito. 

Lettres du Roi au Protecteur, Juin 1658. 

Diverses lettres de Lockart, Juillet— Septembre. 

Sentimens de M. de Sabran sur T^t present d'Angleterre, Sept 1658. 

Lettres de Richard Cromwell k son Eminence, Nov. 1658. 

Lettres de la Reine d'Angleterre, id., Nov. (f. 57Jil.) 

Registre No. 70.— Annto 1659-1660. 

Ambassade deM.de Bordeaux. 

Cinqoi^me partie de la ndgociation, depuis le 2 Janvier 1659 jusqu'au 6 Juillet 
1660. 
Lettres k son Eminence. 
Lettres ikM.de Brienne. (165 pitos, f. 541.) 



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No« 5.— M. Armand Baschef s Report upon Documents in French 
.Archives relating to British History--^o»^tfa^. 

Begiftie No. 71. — ^Abb^ 1659 (snppltoent). 

Pieces diverses. 

Lettres de soa Eminence iiM.de Bordeaux, ambassadenr. 

Lettrefl de M. de Br^nne. 

Lettres de Henriette-Marie (Paris), Septemb., Oct. 1659. 

Nombreoses correspondances particoli^res de TAmbass'. (195 pieces, f. 488.) 

Begistre Ko. 72. — Ann^e 1660 (six premiers mois). 

Copie des lettrei des negociations d' Angleterre qui se trouTent dans la Biblioth^que 
de M. 0)lbert, 1660. 

Belation de Londres da 23 Janvier 1660. 

Lettres de Henriette-Marie k son Eminence, dat^es de " Colombcs," pr^s Paris, 
Join et Juillet (57 pieces, f. 268.) 

Begistre No. 73.— Ann^e 1660 (Juillet, D^cembre). 

Pieces diverses. 
Lettres k M. de Montaigne. 

M^moire donn^ k Buv^ny, allant en Angleterre pour se faire informer et se laisser 
informer aupr^ des principauz Ministres de la Cour du Boi d' Angleterre. 
Lettres dn Marquis d'Ormond. (70 pieces, f. 288.) 

Begistre No. 74. — ^Ann6e 1660 (supplement). 

Pi^s diverses. 

Lettres de Henriette-Marie, Janvier, Fevrier, Novembrc, D^cembre. 
Lettres de Charles. 

Gorrespondanoe trds curiense de M. Bartet, qui est K Londres avec M. de Bnvigny, 
et le Comte de Soissons, Octobre 1660. 
Lettres du Oomte de Soissons, Ambassr. Extraord. 
Lettres de TAbb^ de Mont<Sgn. (312 pieces, feuiUets 668.) 

Begistre No. 75. — Ann^ 1661. 

N^gociatlon de M. le Comte d'Estrades, Ambassr. Ordinaire, pendant Tann^e 
1661. 

Les instructions pour M. d'Estrades, 13 Mai — ^23 Mai. 

Details sur Tambassade du Comte de St, Alban. 

Belation de Tentrevue de M. de Lionne avec le Comte de Bristol, 10 Mai. 

Lettres du Boi h, M. d'Estrades, 29 Juillet, 5, 7, 14, 19, 26 Aoiit, 6, 16, 23, 24, 
29 Septembre, 5, 16 Octobre. 

M^moires du Boi pour M. d'Estrades, 1, 14, 26 Novembre. 

Lettres de M. d'Estrades k M. de Lionne et a M. de Brienne. (98 p., 272 f.) 

Begistre No. 76. -Ann^e 1661. 

Pieces diverses. 

Lettres de M. de Montagu, Janvier ; de Henriette-Marie, id. 

Pi^es relatives au manage de Philippe, fils de France, fr^re unique de Louis XIII., 
et de la Princesse Henriette d' Angleterre, Mars 1661. 

Minutes des lettres deM.de laonne k M. d'Estrades. 

Diffi^ntes lettres de M. de Lionne k M. Vilfort, 28 Mai k 22 Juillet. 

Corr^pondance de S. Batailler, Secretaire de M. d'Estrades, pendant que ce dcr- 
jiier etait venu k hi cour, Octobre^ Nov. 1661. (f. 204.) 

Begistre No. 77. — ^Annee 1662. 

Negociation jde M. d'Estrades, Conseiller du Boi en ses conseils, lieutenant- 
geneiml en ses armies, maire peipetuel de Bordeaux, Oonvemeur de Gravelines et 
pays en dependants, ailant ambassadenr ordinaire en Angleterre. 

Affiures dn Traite de Londres pour la vente de Dunkerqne, 1662. 

Points du M^moire pour rinstmction de M. de Buvigny, 4 Ao^t. (142 pieces, 
848 f.) 

Begistre No. 78, — Ann^e 1663. 

Nota. — Ce volume a pour titre *' Angleterre et HolUinde," lettres de M. de Lionne 
k MM. d'Estrades et de Cominges, et qui pour la plupart ne sont que des copies de 
documents dont les originaux se trouvent dans d'autres registres, conserves aussi 
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Archives relating to British History — eontifiued. 

Regiatre No. 79. — ^Ann^ 1663. 

N^gociation de M. le Comte de Cominge, ambass. ordisaire. 

Instmctions, 6 D^cembre 1662. 

Lettres du Roi, 24, 81 Dec. 1662 ; 17, 21, 24 Janvier ; 4, 7, 14, 22, 25 F^vrier ; 
11, 14, 18, 25 Mars ; 1, 4, 8, 18, 29 Avril ; 6, 20 Mai ; 7, 15 Juin 1663. 

Lettres de rAmbassadeur an Roi, et h, M. de Ldonne. 

Lettres de M. de Lionne & I'ambaiBsadeiir. 

Escrit da Sr. Treyeuor, envoy^ d'Angleterre, but I'entr^e des Ambassadeurs da 
Roi Ik Londres, present^ k 8. M. le 29 Mara 1663. (107 pieces, 223 pages.) 

Registro No. 80. — ^Ann^e 1663. 

Nlgociations de M. le Comte de Comenge (six demiera mois). 
Estat des finances du Roi d* Angleterre. 

Lettres da Roi k son Ambassi^ur, 1, 7, 19 Juillet; 1 AoAt; 16 Septembre ; 7, 
17, 28 Oct. ; 11, 18, 25 Novembre ; 2, 12, 16, 30 D^mbre. 
Lettres de M. de Lionne ik M. de CJomenge. 
Lettres de I'Ambassadeor aa Roi et 4 M. de Lionne. (85 pieces, 152 f.) 

Registre No. 81.— Ann^s 1662-1663. 
Pieces vari^. 

Minutes de nombreuses lettres du S4cr^taire d*£tat (de lionne) ^ M. de Comenge, 
Ambassr. en Angleterre. 
Copies de quelques d^p^ches de M. d'Estrades. (145 pieces.) 

Registre No. 82. — Ann^ 1664. 

N^ociation de M. le Comte de Comenge, Ambassr. Ordinaire (pendant les dix 
premiers mois), du 28 D^cembre 1663, Londres, an 17, 27 Octobre 1664, Londres. 

Memoires sar Torigine de la guerre entre T Angleterre et U HoUande, Avril 1664. 

Billet donn6 par le Roi \ Madame sar le projdt de traits avec TAngleterre, 11 
Octobre 1664. 

Lettres du Roi ^ M. de Cominges, 20 F^vrier; 9 Mars; 27 Avril; 21, 28 Mai; 
8, 25, 28 Jain ; 11, 16 Juillet ; 1,11, 18 Octobre. 

Lettres de M. de Lionne (S&r^taire d'£tat), ^ M. de Cominge. 

Lettres de M. de Cominges au Roi. 

Lettres de M. de Cominges ik M. de Lionne. 

M^moire de Lord Hollis. 

Lettres de I'Abbe de Montagu i M. de Lionne. (113 pieces, 220 feuillets.) 

Registre No. 83. — Annies 1664-1665. 

Negociations de M. le Comte de Comenge, Ambassadeur Ordinaire, Novembre et 
Becembre 1664, Janvier, Fdvrier, Mars, 1665. 

Lettres du Roi & son ambassadeur, 1, 5, 8, 12, 22, 29 Novembre ; 24, 27 D^cembre 
1664; 3, 21 Janvier ; 7, 18, 20, 21 F^vrier; 22 Mars 1665. 

Lettres de M. de Lionne. 

Lettres de M. de Cominges. 

Lettres du Sr. Bracbet, S6cr6taire de I'Ambassr. 

Mission de M. de Ruvigny. Ses lettres k M. de Lionne. 

Lettres de M. de Lionne a M. de Ruvigny. 

Relation donn^e par M. de Ruvigny & ce que le Roi d'Angleterre I'a cbarg^ de 
dire au Roi, au mois de Fevrier 1665. 

Lettre de Henriette-Marie, 1664, Londres. A dater du 23 Mars 1665, le Sr. 
Brachet continue la correspondance de M. de Cominges. (100 pieces, 219 f.) 

Registre No. 84.— Ann^ 1664-1665. 

li^es varices. 

M^moire du Roi pour servir d'instruction 4 M. Le Due de Vemueil et anx Sra. 
Comtes de Cominges et de Courtin, Ambassadeurs de S. M. en Angleterre, 4 Avril 
1665. 

Minutes des D^p^ches d'Etat de M. de Lionne. 

Lettres de la Coor d'Angleterre, << Oxford, Octobre." (216 pi^s.) 

Registre No. 85.— Ann^e 1665. 

Negociations de MMrs. les Ducsde Vemueil, Ck>mte de Cominges, et C!oiiitin, Am- 
bassadeurs Extraordinaires, pendant les mois d' Avril, Mai, et Join 1665. 

Lettres du S^r^taire d'etat (de Lionne) aox Ambassadeurs, et des AmbaiBadeon 
an Secretaire d'fitat. (94 pi^s, 227 f.) 

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No. 5. — M. Armand Bascbet's Report upon Documents in French 
Archives relating to British History — continued, 

Registre No. 86.— Ann^ 1665. 

Mdmes n^gociateors que les prMdents. 

Docaments, d^p^hes, et lettres relatifs k cette Ambassade pendant les mois de 
JuiHet, Aout, Septembre, et Octobre. (89 pieces, 275 f.) 

Registre No. 87. — Annte 1665-1666. 

Mdmes n^gociateuTS qae les pr6cedent«. 

Documents relati& k cette Ambassade Extraordinaire pendant les mois de No- 
yembre et D^embre 1665, et Janvier 1666. 

Lettres diverses et m^moires conoemant I'Angleterre, pendant le reste de Pann^ 
1666. 

N^gociations de M. de Ruyigny, 15 Mai — Decembre. (87 pieces, 168 f.) 

Registre No. 88. — Ann^ 1666-1667 (snppl^ent). 

Minntes des d^pdches da S^r^taire d'fitat a I'Ambassadeur en Angleterre. 
M^moire pour senrir d'instruction h M. de Rnvigny, s'en allant en Angleterre, 1 1 
Aoilt 1667. (133 pieces.) 

Registre No. 89.— Ann^ 1667. 

N^gociation de M. Le Marquis de Ruvigny, enToy6 extraordinaire. 

Lettre dn Roi d'Anfleterre h la Reine sa m^re 16 Avril, 18. 

Instruction an S. de la fbnds, gentilhomme ordinaire de la maison dn Roi, s'en 
allant de la part de S. M. trouyer le CSomte de Clarendon cbancelier d' Angleterre 
(arriy^ k Calais du 26 D^mbre 1667). 

Lettre du Roi h M. de Ruvigny, 8, 12, 19, 29 Oct., 5 Nov., 24 D^c. 

Memoire du Roi & M. de Ruvigny, 5 Nov. 1667. 

Fouyoir du Roi k M. de Ruvigny pour traitor, 5 Nov. 

DiffiSrentes lettres de St. Alban. 

Lettres de M. de Ruvigny an Roi (28 lettres) ; au S^retaire d'Htat. 

Lettres de M. de Lionne k TAmbassadeur. (132 pieces.) 

Registre No. 90. — ^Ann^s 1667-1668. 

Extraits et copies de D^pdches (da 1 Juin 1667 au 25 Avril 1668). 
Nota. — La plupart de ces documents se trouvent en originaux dans les antres 
registres. (69 pieces.) 

Re^stre No. 91.— Ann^ 1668. 

N^gociation de M. le Marquis de Ruvigny, envoy^ extraordinaire, pendant les six 
premiers mois de 1668. 

Projet de ligue avec le Roi d' Angleterre envoy^ par M. de Lionne k M. de Ravigny 
le 4 Fevrier 1668. 

Lord Arlington i M. de Ruvigny. 

Mr. de Lionne au Comte de Clarondon, Fevrier. 

Correspondance avec M. de la Fonds, envoy^ anpr^s du Comte de Darendon. 

Memoire dn Roi, Janvier. 

Lettres de M. de Ruvigny au Roi (12 lettres) ; & M. de Lionne (48 d^p^hes). 

Memoire present^ au Roi par M. de Ruvigny k son retour d* Angleterre an mois de 
Juillet 1668. 

Diffi^rentes lettres du Comte de Clarendon. (106 pi^s.) 

Registres No. 92 k No. 110.— Annies 1668 k 1674. 

Nota. — Ces rftr-neMjf vohunes de papiers d'etat sont enti^rement oonsacr^s k la tr^ 
int^ressante et tres poutiqae ambassade de M. Colbert aupr^s du Roi d' Angleterre. 
Les Instructions sont en date du 2 Aoiit 1668. 
Vol. 92. Lettres et d^pdohes de M. de Colbert an Roi etiiM.de lionne, S^r^taire 

d'etat. (78 pieces.) 
Vol. 93. Minutes des lettres de M. de Lionne depuis le 11 Janvier 1668. LettKs 

originales k M. Colbert, ambassadeur extraordinaire, depuis le 22 Ao^ St. 

Germain. Lettres du Roi jusqu'^ la fin de Mai 1669. 
Vol. 94. N^gociation de M. Colbert pendant les six premiers mois de 1669. 
Vol. 95. N^eociation de M. Colbert pendant les six mois de 1669. Papiers relatift 

au traitl. (93 pi^es, 268 f.) 
Tol. 96. Lettres de M. de Lionne, Secrteire d'fitat, k M. Colbert, ambassadeur, de 

Juin 1669 ii 5 Janvier 1670. (94 pieces.) 



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Archives relating to British History — continued. 

Vol. 97. N^gociation de M. Colbert pendant les six premiers mois de 1670. 
M^moire du Roi, 29 Janvier. 
Lettres da Roi h rambassadeor. 
Vol. 98. N^gociatioD de M. Colbert pendant les six demiers mois de 1670. 
Vol. 99. II est une copie des documents pr^c6dents. 
Vol. 100. N^ociation de M. Colbert en Angleterre pendant les bait premiers mois 

de 1671. (f. 262.) 
Vol. 101. N^gociation de M. Colbert en Angleterre pendant les qoatre demiers 
mois de 1671. C^. 19d.) 
Lettres du Roi. 

Lettres h M. de LouYois (Londres). 
Lettres k M. Letellier. 
Vol. 102. Memoire envoy^ par le Comte d' Arlington k Madame ponr 6tre remis 

au Roi JjomB XIV., Londres, 2 F^vrier 1670. 
Vol. 103. N^gociation de M. Colbert au Angleterre pendant les six premiers mois 
de 1672. 

Papiers relatifs au traits de conmierce du 18 F^vrier. 

Memoire de Tambassadeur au Roi sur T^tat des affaires d' Angleterre da 7 

Join 1672. 
Lettres a M. de Louvois (Londres). 
Lettres au Roi (Londres), 24 lettres. 

D^p^ches de rambassadeur k M. de Pomponne, S^retaire d'etat. 
Papiers relatifs k Milord Montaigu. (95 pi&oes.) 
Vol. 104. N^gociation de M. Colbert en Angleterre, pendant les six demiers mois 

de 1672. (f. 233.) 
Vol. 105. Pi^s yari^s. Edaircissement sur les demandesfaites par les commis- 
saiies du Roi de la Grande Bretagne sur le traite de commerce, Versailles, 
4 Ayril 1672. 
Diff^rentes lettres de M' (>>lbert de Ooissj a M. Colbert (f. 399.) 
Vol. 106. N^ciation de M. Colbert en Angleterre pendant les quatres premiers 

mois de 1678. (f. 221.> 
VoL 107. N%ociation de M. Colbert en Angleterre pendant les mois de Mai, Juin, 

Juillet, Aout, Septembre, 1673. 
Vol. 108. Negociation de M. Colbert en Angleterre pendant les mois d'Octobre, 

Novembre, et D^cembre. (f. 214.) 
Vol. 109. H^ces varies. Supplement poor 1673. 

Dif^rentes lettres de M. Colbert de Croissy k M. le Marquis de Seignelay et 
autres personnages. (f. 239.) 
Vol. 110. Pieces yari^. Second supplement pour Pann^e 1673. Minutes des 
lettres du Secretaire d'etat k M. 0>lbert (datees de St. Germain). 

Nombreux documents relatifs au traite de commerce que I'ambassadeur 
negociait. 

Registre No. 111.— Annee 1674. (Deux premiers mois.) 

Fin de la negociation de M' Colbert en Angleterre. 
Derni^re depeche de cet ambassadeur, 15 Janvier 1674, Londres. 
Negociation du Marquis de Ruvigny, Ambassadeur extraordinaire. 
Correspondance avec M' de Pomponne jusqu'au 26 Fevrier 1674. (f. 212.) 

Registre No. 112 et 113.— Annee 1674, 

Vol. 112. Negociation du Marquis de Ruvigny, envoye extraordinaire, en Angle- 
terre pendant les mois de Mars, Avril, Mai, Juin, Juillet. (f. 296.) 

VoL 118. Idem, pendant les mois d'Aout, Septembre, Octobre, Norembre, et 
Decembre. 

Registre No. 114.— Annees 1674-1675. (Supplement) 

Minutes des lettres du Roi k rambassadeur, et ddpdches de M. de Pomponne, 
secretaire d'Etat, au dit ambassadeur. 

Registres Nos. 115 k 117.— Annees 1675-1676. 

Vol. 115. Negociation du Marquis de Ruyigny tn Angleterre pendant les mois de 

Janvier, Fevrier, Mars, Avril, 1676. 
Vol. 116. Negociation idem pendant les mois de Mai, Join, Juillet, Ao^t, et 

Septembre. (f. 250.) 

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Archives relating to British History— con^tntce^ 

Vol. 117. N^gociation idem pendant les mob d'Octobre, Novembre» D^cemhre» 
1675, Janvier et F^Trier 1676. (f. 188.) 

Registrefl No. 118 & No. 123.— Ann^ 1676 et 1677. 

Fm de la n^gociation du Marqois de Bavignj, le 1 Join 1676. 
Vol. 118. N^^iation de M. Courtin, ambasMdeur en Angletene. Instroctions, 
15 April 1676. 
D^pdches pendant les mois de Man, Avril, Mai, et Join 1676. (f. 217.> 
VoL 119. N^gociationa de M. Couitin pendant les mois de Juillet, AotLt, et 

Septembre 1676. (f. 275.) 
Vol. 120. N^gociation de M. Coortin, ambassadeur extraordinaire en Angleterre, 

pendant les mois d'Octobre, Novembre, D^mbre 1676. (f. 862.) 
Vol. 120 A. Mftmes papiers. Copies. 
Vol. 120 B. Minutes des d^pdches de M. Conrtin. 

Lettres origioales du Boi k son ambassadenr. 
Vol. 120 C. Minutes d'nn tr^ grahd nombre de lettres de MM. de LouTois, 

Colbert, de Seignelay, sor afiB&ires d'Angleterre. 
VoL 121. Pieces vari^, supplement. 

Lettres originales de Mr. Conrtin toites de Londres aux ministres qoi aont 

k Nim^^ 1676. 
Diffigrents re^us des sommes enyoy^es par le Boi an Boi d'Angleterre ponr 
les subsides, (f. 306.) 
Vol. 122 Negociation de Mr. Courtin en Angleterre pendant les mois de Janvier, 

F^vrier, Bfars, 1677. (f. 294.) 
Vol. 123. Negociation idem pendant les mois d'Avril, Mai, Join 1677. Dans ce 
volume sc trouve le r^cit de la visite de M. le Due de Cr^qny an Boi d'Angle- 
terre k Newmarket avec une nombreuse suite (du 27 Avril au 5 Mai). 
Vol. 123 A. Minutes des lettres de Mr. Courtin. (f. 828.) 

Lettres originales du Boi et du Secretaire d'etat, 1677. 
Vol. 123 B. Lettres originales da Boi et du Secretaire d'fitat (de Mai ik 

Septembre). • 

VoL 123 C. Minutes de correspondanoes entie Tambassadeur et MMrs. de Louveis, 
Colbert, de Seignelay, du 3 Janvier au 15 Juin. 

Begistres No. 124 a 167.— Ann^ 1677 (Juillet) k 1688 Decembie. 

VoL 124. Fin de la Negociation de Mr. Courtin. Sa demi^re depdche est da 6 

Septembre (Londres) 1677. 

Commencement de la longue Negociation de M. de Barrillon, Ambassadenr 

en Angleterre. Premiere depdcbe, 13 Septembre 1677. Na. — L'ambassade 

en Angleterre de M. de Barillon ne comprend pas moins de quarante-trois 

volumes. 

Vol. 125. Negociation de M.de Barillon pendant les mois d'Octobre, Novembre, et 

Decembre 1677. (f. 384.) 
Vol. 126. Supplement 1677 : pi^es variees. 

Lettres du Boi ; de M. de Fomponne, Secretaire d'fitat, et autres personnages» 
k M. de Barillon. (f. 441.) 
Vol. 127. Negociation de M. de Barillon pendant les mois de Janvier et Fevrier 

1678. ^f. 279.) 
Vol. 128. Negociation pendant les mois de Mars et Avril 1678. (f. 289.) 
VoL 129. Negociation pendant les mois de Mai et Juin 1678. 
VoL 130. Negociation pendant les mois de Juillet, AoClt, Septembre 1678. 
VoL 131. Negociation pendant les mois d'Octobre k Decembre 1678. 
VoL 132. Pieces variees, Supplement. 
Lettres du Boi k M. de Barillon. 

Lettres de M. de Barillon aux plenipotentiaires k Nlm^gue. 
Vol. 133. Negociation de M. de Barillon pendant les mois de Janvier, Fevrier, 

Mars 1679. (f. 324.) 
VoL 134. Negociation de M. de Barillon pendant les mois d' Avril, Mai, Juin 1679. 

(f. 278.) 
VoL 135. Negociation pendant les mois de Juillet, AoCtt, Septembre 1679. 
Vol. 136. Negociation pendant les mois d'Octobre, Novembre, Decembre 1679. 
Vol. 137. Supplement pieces variees. 

Vol. 138. Negociation pendant les quatre premiers mois, 1680. (£. 839.) 
VoL 139. t» pour Juin, Juillet, Aoilt, Septembre 1680. (f. 419.) 

Vol. 140. „ ponr Octobre, Novembre, et Decembre 1680. (f. 463.) 



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Archives relating to British History — continued. 

VoL 141. Muiutes des lettres et d^ptehes address^ en Angleterre k M. de Barillon, 

pendant Tann^ 1680. (f. 161.) 
YoL 142. K^gociation pendant lea tax premiers mois, 1681.* (f. 521.) 
VoL 148. „ pendant les mois de Joillet k Septembre 1681. (f. 340.) 

Vol. 144. „ pendant les mois d'Octobre h, D^cembre 1681. (f. 422.) 

Vol. 145. Supplement. Pi^es varies pour 1681 et 1682. (f. 398.) 
Vol. 146. N^gociation de M. de Barrillon (Janvier k Mars 1682). (f. 445.) 
Vol.147. „ de Mai 2l Aodt. (f. 531.) 

Vol. 148. ,, de Sept. k Decemb. (f. 389.) 

Vol. 149. K^gociation pendant les six premiers mois, 1683. (f. 500.) 
Vol. 150. I, pendant les six demiers mois, 1683. (f. 581.) 

VoL 151. Supplement, 1673-1685. Pieces varies. Memoirs pour servir d'instrnc- 
tion au S. Marquis de Tilladet, capitaine de la compagnie des Cent Soisses de la 
garde dn Roi, et lieutenant-ff^neral des arm^s de S. M., s'en allant prSsente- 
ment par ses ordres en An^eterre, 24 Mai 1683. 
DiffSrentes lettres dn Sr. Citters, dat^s de Windsor. 
Lettres du Roi d' Angleterre, Novembre 1683. 
Lettres de la Duchesse de Portsmouth, (f. 370.) 

Vol. 152. N^gociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les six premiers mois de 1684, 

avec les lettres du Roi. (f. 887.) 
Vol. 153. N^gociation pendant les six demiers mois 1684, avec les lettres du Roi. 
Vol. 154. N^gociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les mois de Janvier k Avril, 

avec les lettres du Roi, 1685. 

Vol. 155. N^gociation pendant les mois de Mai k Ao^t, 1685. (f. 501.) 

Vol. 156. N^gociation pendant les mois de Septembre ^D^cembre, 1685. (f. 304.) 

Vol. 157. Supplement, 1685-1686. Mission particuli^re du S. de Bonrepaux. 

Instruction pour le S. de Bonrepaux, Conseiller du Roi en ses Conseils, 
Lecteur ordinaire de S. M., et Intendant-Greneral de la Justice, Police, et 
Finances de la Marine et des Armies Navales de France. Versailles, 
20 Decembre 1685. 
Correspondance de M. de Bonrepaux dn 27 Decembre 1685 au 5 Mai 1686. 
(f. 149.) 

Vol. 158. N^gociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les six premiers mois de 1686, 

et lettres du Roi. (f. 379.) 
Vol. 159. N^gociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les six demiers mois de 1686. 

liettres du Roi. (£ 353.) 

Vol. 160. Supplement, 1686. 

Letd^s du S. Citters, Ambassadeur de Hollande en Angleterre, Juillet 

1686. 
Memoires de ce que j'ai remarqu^ dans le voya^ qui m*a ete ordonn^ par 

M. de Bonrepaux (Robert, le 6 Janvier 1686, Londres). (f. 409.) 

Vol. 161. N^gociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les six premiers mois de 1687. 

(f. 411.) 
Vol. 162. Negociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les six demiers mois, 1687. 

(£ 354.) 

Vol. 163. Supplement, 1687. 

Pieces diverses. Affiiire de ce qui reste k traiter au sujet de la neutralite 

cy devant convenue avec le Roi d'An^leterre. 
Memoire du Roi pour scrvir d'instmction aux Sieurs de Bonrepaux et de 
Barrillon. 
Vol. 164. Supplement, 1687-1688. Pieces diverses. Lettres de M. de Seignelay 
k M. de Bonrepaux. Lettres de Jacques II. 

Relation de ce qui s'est passe de plus remarquable dans la retraite du Roi, 
de la Reine d' Angleterre, et du Prince du Galles. (f. 385.) 
VoL 165. Kegociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les six premiers mois de 1688. 

Lettres du RoL (f. 389.) 
VoL 166. Negociation de M. de Barrillon pendant les mois de Septembre et 

Octobre. (f. 374.) 
Vol. 167. Fin de la negociation de M. de Barrillon, Ambassadeur pour le Roi en 
An^^etene, Novembre et Decembre 1688. (N*). — La derni^re depdche de cet 
ambassadeur est du 2 Janvier 1689 (Londns), jour oil il re9ut da Roi ion 
maltre Tordre de quitter I'Angleterre aprte le depart de Jaques IL 



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Archives relating to Britbh History — continued, 

Registre Ko. 168. — Ann^ 1689. 

Nidation de M. Le Comte d'Avauz, Ambass' Extraordinaire aupr^s da Roi de 
la Grande-Breta^e pendant les mois de Mars, Avril, Mai, et Join 1689. 
liCttres du Roi. 
M^moire poor servir d'instroctioni 11 F^Trier 1689, Marly, (f. 816.) 

Registre No. 169.— Ann^ 1689. 

N^gociation du Comte d'Avanx, B^joumant k Dublin, du 10 Juillet aa 2S D^ 
oembre. 
Lettres da Roi h M. d'Avaaz. (Pieces 55.) 

Registres No. 170 et 171. — Ann^ 1689 (Suppl^ent). 

Pieces diverses de tout genre.. 

Noavelles de Londres sous forme de gazettes k la main. 

Lettres particuli^res de M. d'Avaux. 

Lettres de Lord Melfort. (Pieces 172.) 

Registre No. 172.— Annies 1690-1694. 

Pieces diveises de tout genre. 

D^p^he de M. d'Ayaux, dat^ de Dublin et de Ck>rk, 1690. 
Lettres du Roi. 

Envoi du Marshal de Bellefonds comme Ambassadeur Extraordinaire, le 30 Arxil 
1692. 
M^moire da Roi pour le Marshal, 6 Mai 1692. (Pidces 228.) 

• Registre No. 173.— Ann^s 1 695- 1 697. 

Pieces diverses. 

M^moire conoernant la campagne procbaine, 10 Janvier 1695. 

M^moire & M. de Croissy toudbant T^tat present des a&ires d'Angletenre, 21 Jan- 
vier 1695. 

M^moires des points sur les quels il faudra faire une instruction. 

Memoire du Roi pour le S. Marquis d'Harcourt, Ambassadeur ^traordinaire, 
Lieut.-gen. de ses armies, et commandant de oelle qui doit passer en Angletene, 
1696. 

Ordre du Roi pour la publication de la Paix d'Angleterre, 22 Octobre 1697, Fon^ 
tainebleau. 

Lettre de Guillaume III. au Roi, 30 D^cembre 1697. 

C^r^monial des Ambassadeurs de France en Angleterre par M. de Saint-Prest. 
(f. 277.) 

Registres No. 174 k No. 210.— Annies 1698 k 1701. 

Ambassade et nigociations du Comte de Tallard. 

Trente-six volumes sont consacrls enti^rement aux papiers, mimoires, pi^oes, et 
actes de cette importante ambassade. 

Vol. 174. Memoire pour servir d'instruction au S. Comte de Tallard, lieutenaat- 
glnlral des arm^s du Roi, Ambassr. extraord. aupr^s du Roi d' Angleterre ; 
premiere depdcbe, Londres, 81 Mars 1698. 

Relation de ce qui s'est passi dans la visite que M. de Pomponne et M. de 
Torcy ont rendue a Mr. de Portland par ordre de S. M., le 16 Mars 1698. 
(f. 198.) 

Vol. 175. Dlp^hes de M. de Tallard en Mai et Juin 1698. (t 164.) 

Vol. 1 76. NIgociation du Cte. de Tallard a Londres (du 1 an 30 Joillet), et en 
Holmnde pendant le mois d'Aodt. (f. 1 95.) 

Vol. 177. NIgociation du Comte de Tallard pendant les mois de Septembre, 
Octobre, Novembre 1 698. (f. 196.) 

Vol. 178. Supplement. Pieces diverses, 1698. Mlmoires sur les affidres d' Angle- 
terre. {J. 284.) 

Vol. 179. Memoire du Roy pour instruire le S. Comte de Tallard des intentionB de 
S. M. sur plusieurs points dont il a eu Phonneur de lui parler. 
Retour de M. de Tallard a Londres, 29 Dec. 1698. 
Ses dipdcbes en Janvier et Fevrier 1699. (f. 268.) 



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Archives rdating to British History — continued. 

Vol. 180. N^gociation de M. de TaUard, Mars et Avril 1699. (f. 231.) 

Vol. 181. ,y y, Mai et Juin 1699. (f. 248.) 

Vol. 182. „ „ Juillet et AoAt 1699. (f. 138.) 

Vol. 183. • „ ,, Septembre et Octobre 1699. (f. 202.) 

Vol. 184. „ „ Novembre et D^cembre 1699. (£. 180.) 

Vol.185. „ „ F^vrier, Mars, Ami 1700. (f. 256.) 

Vol. 186. „ „ Mai, Juin, et Jaillet 1700. (f. 209.) 

Vol. 187. „ „ Juillet et AoAt 1700. (f. 152.) 

Vol. 188. „ „ Septembre et Octobre 1700. (£ 192.) 

Vol. 189. Supplement, 1699 et 1700. Pieces diverses. Lettres particuli^res dat^ 

de Londres. Papien relatifs an tiait^. (f. SSS.) 
Vol. 190. N^gociation du Comte de Tallard, D^cembre 1700 et Janvier et F^yrier 
1701. 
M^moire pour senrir d'inBtruction au S. Comte de Tallard retoumant k 

Londres par ordre du Roi en quality d'Ambassadeur Extiaord. 
Premiere d^pdche, Londres, 20 D^oembre 1700. (f. 198.) 
Vol. 191. N^gociatioQ du Comte de Tallard pendant les mois de Mars et Avril 

1701. 
Nota. — Les volumes No. 192 h No. 202 (inclusivement) sont de fort belles copies 
des volumes originaux de oette ambassade. Dans cette s^rie, cependant, je dois 
faire remarquer que toutes les lettres on d^pdches d'etat du Roi qui y sont inter- 
cal^es sont en original. 
Vol. 203. Annees 1698-1701. Correspondance de M. le Marquis de Torcj, 
Ministre et S^crdtaire d'Etat, avec M. Le Ct«. de Tallard, Ambass. Extraord. 
en Aneleterre (depuis le 3 Avril 1698, Versailles, jusqu'au 7 Avril 1701, 
Marlaj). Idem de M. de Pomponne, Ministre et S^r^taire d'Etat, depuis le 
26 Mars 1698 (Fontainebleau) jusqu'au 13 Septemb. 1699. 

Idem de M. de Chamillart, Controleur-g^n^ral de Finances, depuis 19 Sep- 
tembre 1699 (Fontainebleau) jusqu'au 28 F^vrier 1701, Versailles, 
(f. 421.) 
Vol. 204. Correspondance de M.* Heinsius, Pensionnaire de Hollande, avec le 
Cte. de Tallard, Plenipotentiaire en Angleterre, 27 Avril 1700 k 22 Septembre. 
(f . 230.) 
Vol. 205. Correspondance de M. de Bonrepauz, Ambassr. du Roi en Hollande, 
I avec le Cte. de Tallard, du 1 Avril 1698 (La Haje) au 11 Ddcembre 1699. 

(f. 286.) 
Vol. 206. Correspondance de M. le Cardinal de Bouillon avec le Cte. de TaDard 

(Rome), 29 Mars 1698—20 Juillet 1700. 
Vol. 207. Autres correspondances avec diff^rents ambassadeurs. (f. 307.) 
VoL 208, 209. Correspondance de M. le Comte de Fontchartrain, Ministre, et de 
M. de Maurepas, S^cr^taire d'Etat de la Marine, 8 Janvier 1698 i 15 Avril 
1699. 
M^moire concemant le commerce, la navigation, et les colonies, pour servir 
d'instruction au Sr. Comte de Tallard, Ambassr. extraord. en Angleterre. 
(f. 248.) 

Registre No. 210. — Ann^e 1701. 

N*. — Apr^s le rappel de T Ambassadeur Comte de TaUard, il n'y eut plus d'ambas- 
sadeur accredit^ par le Roi de France k la cour d' Angleterre jusqu'en 1713. 

Le S' Poussin fut charg^ de la correspondance pour I'ann^ 1701, depuis le 
18 Avril (London) jusqu'au 6 Octobre. (f. 440.) 

Registre No. 211. — Ann^ 1701 (Supplement). 

Pieces diverses. 

Papiers importants relatifs k la succession de Jacques II. 
Lettres de Jacques III. (St. Gkrmain, Octobre). 
(gazettes k la main. (f. 356.) 

Registre No. 212 k No. 213.— Ann^ 1702^1703. 

Pieces diverses. 
Gazettes k la main. 

Lettres d'agents qui faisaient fonction d'informateurs. Nota. — Ces lettres intlres- 
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Archives relating to British History — cantinuetL 

Monsiear Guenin (recommand^ k M. Loftus chez M. Claude Louis de Sur- 
mont k Amsterdam). 
Lea autres lettres sont address^ a Monsieur, — 

Monsieur De La Mothe, Marchand Banquier, en sa Maison k Paris (cette 
addresse feinte ^tait convenue avec le ministre Secretaire d*£tat). (f. 250.) 
Lettres de M Guenin et k M. Guenin pendant toute Tann^e 1703. 

Registre No. 214.— Ann^ 1702. 

Pieces diverses. 

Gazettes k la main. , 

M^moires sur les aflBdres d*Angleterre par rapport k la mort du Roi Guillaume, 
28 Mars 1702. 

M^moire pour TEcosse, 1 702. 

Memoire sur 'Fetat present de TAngleterre, et sur les desseins que I'on y pent 
avoir. 

Autre memoire sur les a&ires d'Ecosse. 

Mteoire sur les moyens de rendre TAngleterre inutile k la lague, dans la con- 
joncture pr^ente, 1703. (f. 419.) 

Registre No. 215. — ^Annee 1703 (Supplement). 

Pieces diverses. 

Gazettes k la main k I'addresse deguis^ du Ministre S^r^taire d'Etat. 

Memoire sur les desseins des Anglais, et sur les mojens de profiter de leurs divi- 
sions, 17 F^vrier 1703. 

Memoire pour le Roi. 

Lettres de M. Hooke, Sept 1703 (chiffies dechifErds). 

Eztrait des lettres trouv^es dans le cabinet et parmi les papiers du feu S. Davilla 
sur les afijures d'Angleterre. (f. 332.) 

Registre No. 216 — Ann^ 1704. 
Pieces diverses. 
Lettres des agents secrets. 
Lettres de Lord Lovat (Mai 1704). 
Caract^res des Seigneurs Anglais, (f. 245.) 

Registres No. 217 k No. 230.— -Annies 1705 k 1710. 

Nota. — Ces quatorze volumes contiennent tons des pieces et documents divers qui 
pour la plupart provienneot des agents informateurs. 
Vol. 218. Lettres de M. Guenin, 1705. 

Lettres chiffirees de M. Tallard, prisonnier de guerre k Nottingham, Janvier 
1705, et address^ au ministre Secretaire d'Etat sous lecouvertdu Nonce 
apostolique. 
Reflexions sur la paix. (f. 304.) 
Vol. 219. Lettres de M. Hooke au Marquis de Torcj, 1705. 
Memoires sur les afhires d'Ecosse, 
Lettres de M. de la Mothe. 
Lettres de M. de Middleton (St Germain). 
Pouvoir du'Roi au Colonel Hooke pour sa mission en Ecosse. 
Memoire du Colonel Hooke, October 1705. (f. 385.) 
Vol. 220. Correspondance secrete, 1706. (f. 353.) 
Vol. 221. Supplement, 1706-1707. 

Lettres signes " Le Vasseur," et tr&s curieuses. 

Relation de Texecution des ordres du Roi confies au Sr. Hooke dans son 
second voyage d'Ecosse, donnee an Marquis de Torcy, le 9 Juillet 1707. 
(f. 525.) 
Vol. 222. Nouvelles d'Ecosse, 1707. 
Lettres du Due de Gordon. 

Lettres de Tagent ** Guenin ** jusqu'^ fin Juin. (f. 285.) 
Vol. 228. Corespondance secr5te de " La Vasseur." 

Memoire du Marechal de Tallard (28 Dec. 1707.) (f. 275.) 
Vol. 224. Relation du voyage du Sr. Fleming en Ecosse, et de retat present de 
ce royaume, 1708. 
Correspondance de Tagent " Guenin/' 1708. (f. 296.) 



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YoL 2S5. Suite de la correspondance du '' 8r. Guenio," 1708. 
Ditto ditto du S. Levasseor. 

Ditto ditto da Colonel Hooke. 

Ditto ditto de Bobert Arbathnot (Rouen). 

VoL 2S6. Notes et instructions pour I'exp^dition de Jacques III. en EcoBse, 1708. 
Dispositions poor le^ voyage, 
Lettres de Jacques III., Avril 1708. 
Lettres du Colonel Hooke. 

Lettres de la Beine d'Angleterre, Septembre (Chaillot). 
Lettres de M. Middleton. 
Lettzes du Due de Perth. 

Lettres du Due de Marlborough, Noyembre 1708. 

M^moire du Marquis de Torcy, S^crStaire d'Etat au Boi, 5 Norembre 1708. 
Autre m^moire au Roi, 30 Not. 
Affiures de Milord Lovat 

M^moire k la Reine, contenant une relation de tout ce que Milord Lovat a 
fait dans le dernier voyage en Angleterre et en Ecosse par ordre de S. M. 
(f. 355.) 
VoL 227. Correspondance des agents <'Guenin" et "Levasseur'' en 1709. (f. 

177.) 
Yol. 228. Suite de cette correspondaooe, 1709. 

Divers biUets du Due de Marlborough, (f. 212.) 
Yol. 229. Lettres du Mardchal de Boufflers, 1709. 

Fi^es k I'appui des menses et intrigues du Due de Marlborough avec le 

Marshal de Berwick et le Marquis de Torcy. 
Billets du Due. 
Yol. 230. Correspondance particuli^re tr^s curieuse de I'abb^ Gaultier (Londres) 
avec le Marquis de Torcy, Secretaire d'Etat, 1710. (f. 421.) 

Begistres Nos. 231 et 232. — Ann^e 1710. 

Correspondance du Colonel Hooke avec le Secretaire d'Etat. 

Memoire envoy e a M. le Cardinal Gualltieri (30 Octobre 1710) sur les moyens ^ 
prendre pour le retablissement de la paix. 

Memoire sur I'^tat present de I'Angleterre et de la Hollande par rapport k la paix. 
(f. 201.) 

Begistres No. 233 k No. 236.— Ann^e 1711. 

Pieces diverses. 

Yol. 233. Lettres de I'abbe Gaultier (veritable charge d'affidres). 
Lettres de M. Azzurini au Marquis de Torcy. 

Memorandum du Marquis de Torcy du 21 Juillet, sur la mission de I'abbe 
Gkiultier. Beflexions generales sur retat de la negooiation d' Angleterre 
par M. Mesnager, 28 Juillet 1711. 
Instruction pour le Sr. Mesnager, chevalier de Tordre de Saint-Michel, depute 
au conseil de Lorraine, ct envoye li Londres pour le service du Boi, 
3AoAtl711. 
Memoire du Boi pour le S. Mesnager* (f. 250.) 
Yol. 234. Correspondance duSr. Mesnager avec le Marquis de Torcy, Secretaire 
d'Etat. 

Curieuses lettres de I'abbe Gaultier. 
Lettres de S*. John Bolingbrooke. 

Difi^rents memoires sur les negociations pour la paix. (f. 279.) 
Yol. 235. Pieces variees. 

Suite des lettres de I'agent '< Le Yasseur." 
Lettres de Jacques III. k M. de Torcy. 
Lettres de la Beine douairi^re (Chaillot), AofLt 
Lettres et Bapports de Azzurini pendant toute I'annee 1711. 
Yol. 236. Lettres de Azzurini. 

Tarif d' Angleterre pour Tentrle des marchandises. Memoires varies. 
(t 235.) 

Begistres No. 237 k No. 242.— Annee 1712. 

Yol. 237. Pieces diverses toutes tr^ interessantes. 
Lettres de I'abbe Gaultier (Londres). 
Lettres du Marquis de Torcy, Secretaire d'Etat 



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No. 5. — M« .Armand Baschet's Report upon Documents in Frendb 
Archives relating to British Hi6t<X7 — continued, 

Lettres de St. John Boluigbiooke. 

Lettres da Comte d'Ozford. 

Lettres du Mar^chal de Berwick. 

B^ezions mir le trait^. (f. 258.) 
Vol. 2238. Saite de la correspondiuice de Tabbe Gaoltier. 

Lettres du Comte d'Oxford. 

Lettres de St. John Bolingbrooke. 

Besponses du Boi an m^moire enyoy^ de Londres, Jnin. 

M^moire poor servir d'inBtraction an Sr allant en Angle- 

terre par ordre dn Boi. (£ 290.) 
VoL 289. Pieces diyerses. 

Lettres du Comte d'Oxfbid. 

Lettres de Tabb^ Gaoltier. 

Lettres de M. de Strafford. 

Lettres de St John Bolingbrooke. 

Lettres de Lord Middleton. 

Memorandum dn Marqnis de Torcy, 19 Aout 1712. 

Lettres da Marqnis de Torcy, Secretaire d'Etat 
Vol. 240. Snite de la correspondance de Tabb^ Gaoltier. 

Lettres de Lord Bolingbrooke. 

Memoire ponr servir d'instrocdon au S. Doc d'Aomont, allant ambassadenr 
en Angleterre par les ordres da Boi, 6 Nov. 

Belation de la conf^ence de M. de Torcy, Secretaire d'Etat, ayec M. Prior, 
noovellement accredit^ ministre pienipotentiaire, 19 D^ 1712. (f. 287.) 
VoL 241. Lettres dn Sr. AzzorinL 

Lettres de Tabbe Graoltier. 

Lettres de Lord Bolingbrooke. 

Memoire snr le commerce entre la France et 1' Angleterre. 

Pieces relatives au Chevalier de Saint George, (f. 264.) 
Vol. "242. Pieces diverses. 

Belation sor le Conseil Prive, 10 Aout 

Lettres de Jacqoes III. ^ M. de Torcy, AofLt, Septembre, Octobre, Decembre. 

Nombreoses lettres du Marquis de Torcy, Secretaire d'Etat. 

Snite de la correspondance de Tabbe Gatdtier. (f . 490.) 

Begistre No. 243.— Ann^e 1713 (Idre Partie). 

Ambassade de M. le Due d'Aumont. 

Nota. — DepuiB le depart du Comte de Tallard en 1701, il n'y avait pins en d'ambas- 
sadeur de France en Angleterre. Le Trait^ d'Utrecht etant condu, M. le Doc 
d'Aumont fat oelai que le Boi cbargea de rentrer solenneUement en rdations avec 
le Gouvemement de la Grande Bretagne. B arriva a Londres le 19 Janvier 1718. 

Depeches de Tambassade du Due d'Aumont pendant les mois de Janvier et Fevrier. 
(f. 242.) 

Begistre JVo. 244.— Annee 1718 (2i&me partie). 

Depdches de Tambassade du Due d'Aumont pendant les mois de Mars et Avril. 
(f. 211.) 

Begistre No. 245.— Annee 1718 (ddme partie). 

Depdches de I'ambassade du Due d'Aumont pendant les mois de Mai et de Juin. 
Difierentes pieces de I'ambassade du Comte de Shrewsbury. 

Begistre No. 246. — ^Ann^e 1718 (4^me partie). 

Dep^ches de I'ambassade du Due d'Aumont pendant les mois de'Juillet, Ao^t, et 
Septembre. 
Lettres du Boi. (f. 190.) 

Begistre No. 247. — Ann^e 1783 (5^me partie). 

Fin de I'ambassade du Due d'Aumont en Angleterre. Ses depdches pendant le 
mois d'Octobre. Demi^re dep^che 21 Octpbre. 
Lettres de I'abbe Ganlder. 
Lettres deLord Bolingbrooke. (f. 179.) 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OF THE PUBLIC RECOHDS. 257 

Ko. 5. — ^M. Armand Bascbet's Report upon Documents in French 
ArohiTes relating to British Hi&iorj'-^coniinued, 

Begistres No. 248 k No. 258. — ^Annte 1713 (sapplements). 

Yol. 248. Pi^s divenes. 

Lettres da Chevalier de St. Georges (Janvier, Fevrier, Avril). 

Lettres du Marquis de Torcy k Tabbe Gaultier. 

Beception faite k Versailles k la Dachesse de Shrewsbury, Ambassadrice 

d'Angleterre, 7 F^vrier 1718. 
Lettres de Bolingbrooke. 
Lettres du Due de Shrewsbury, (f. 398.) 
Vol. 249. Pieces diverses. 

Lettres du Chevalier de St. Georges (Bar le Due), Juin 1718. 
Lettres du Marquis de Torcy, S^cr^taire d'Etat. 

Instruction pour les Srs. Ajdsson et F^elon, deputez au conseil du com- 
merce, 4 Juillet 
C^r^onial relatif h Tambassade du Comte de Shrewsbury. 
M^moire touchant les affaires de la Grande Bretagne h propos du Chevalier 
de St. Gfeoiges. (f. 860.) 
VoL 250. Pieces diverses. 

Bapport fait li Messrs. Daguesseau, Amelot, de Nointel, et Menager, commis 
par M. Desmaretz pour entendre les Srs. Anisson et Pension snr leur 
premier voyage d'Angleterre. 
Addition k I'instruction donn^e le 26 Septembre. 
Autres lettres du Chevalier de St. Georges, (f. 258.) 
Vol. 251. C^r^monial pour les envoies de France en Angleterre. 
Diff^rents papiers relatifs k Tambassade de M. d'Iberville. 
Vol. 252. Autres papiers relatifs k la dite ambassade. Copies. 

Be^stres 258 Ik 257.— Ann^e 1714. 

Ambassade de M. d'Iberville en Angleterre. 

Nota. — ^Mr. le Dae d'Aumont ^tait parti aumois de Novembre 1718 ; son s^cr^taire 
De La Faye avait continue la correspondance jusqu'k I'arriv^ du nouvel envoy^ extra., 
qui fnt M. d'Iberville. 

Ses instructions sont en date de Fontainblean du 26 Septembre 1718, et il arriva 
k Londres le 24 D^cembre. 

M^moire pour servir d'instruction au Sr. diberville, allant en Angleterre en quality 
d'envoye extraordinaire du Boi aupris de la Beine de la Grande Bretagne, 26 Septem- 
bre 1713. 
Vol. 253. D^peches de Tambassade de M. d'Iberville pendant les mois de Janvier 

etFevrier 1714. (f. 301.) 
Vol. 254. D^pcches de la negociation de M. d'Iberville pendant les mois de F^vrier 
et Mars 1714. 
Lettres du lioi. 

Lettres du Marquis de Torcy, Sto^taire d*Etat 
Vol. 255. D^pdches de la negociation de M. d'Iberville pendant les mois d' Avril 
et Mai 1714. 
Autres lettres de Tabb^ Gaultier. 
D^p^ches des Srs Anisson et F^n^lon. 

M^moire abr^ge de ce qui s'est pass^ dans quelques confi^renoes entre les 
commissaires du Boi et ceux d' Angleterre pour Taffaire du conunerce. 
(f. 243.) 
Vol. 256. D^pdches de la negociation de M. d'Iberville pendant les mois de Mai 

et Juin 1714. (f. 211.) 
Vol. 257. Depdches de la negociation de M. d'Iberville en Angleterre pendant les 
mois de Juillet et AofLt 1714. 
Tres curieuses lettres de Fabbe Gaultier, qui etait revenu k Londres, toujours 
cooune agent du Marquis de Torcy, Secretaire d'Etat. (f. 808.) 

Nota, — La dep^he du 12 Aodt 1714 porte la nouvelle de la mort de la Beine 
d' Angleterre. J'ai ponrsuivi I'examen des papiers d'etat, de^dches, lettres, et in- 
structions jusqu'au registre oii se trouve relatee I'arrivee du Boi Georges k Londres, 
c'est k dire jusqu*au registre No. 259, depdcbe du 2 Octobre, dans laquelle Tenvoye 
extraordinaire de France raconte sa presentation au nouveau Boi. 



258 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH BEPOBT OP THE 

No. 3. — ^M. Armand Baschet's Report upon Documents in French 
Archiyes relating to British History — continued. 

Cest 01^ B'arrMe^ my Lord, le r^urn^ que j'ai form^, but les registres mdme des 
documents dn D^t des Affidres Etrang^res, et qui Bont exdaBiyement eonsacr^ aux 
affiureB d'Aogleterre. 

II me restera k yovlb presenter un expoB^ du meme genre poor leB docmnents 
hifltoriqaes qui se troayent dans lea riches Depots des Archiyes de la Guerre et de 
la Marine, appartenant au dis^-septi^me et au diz-huiti^me si^cle, maiB je ne me 
liyrerai que pIuB tard, i ces recherclies d'ailleurs tr&s sp^ciales, et qui auraient oet 
incony^ient de me d^toumer forc^ment des soins que je dois uniquement consacrer 
au trayail des copies et des analyses. 

Veuilles agr6er, 
My Lord, 
les tr^ respectueux hommages 

de yotre tr^s ob^issant serriteur, 
Paris, le 30 Noyembre 1871. (Signed) AuciiKD Baschxt. 

A my Lord Bomilly, 
Master of the BoUb. 



No. 6. — Calendabs of State Papebs, &c. 



Volumes published in 1874. 

Calendar of the Carew Papers, preserved in the Lambeth 
Library. Edited by J. S. Brewer, M.A., Professor of English 
Literature, King's College, London; and William Bullen^ Esq. 
VoL VL— 1603-1624. 

Calendar of State Papers relating to Ireland, of the reign of 
Jahes L, preserved in Her Majesty's Public Becord Office, and else- 
where. Edited by the Rev. C. W. Russell, D.D., and John P. 
Prbndergast, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. Vol. IL — 160G-1608. 

Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of 
Charles T., preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office. Edited 
by WILLLA.M Douglas Hamilton, Esq., F.S.A. Vol. XIV. — 1639. 

Calendar of State Papers, Foreign Series, of the Reign op 
Elizabeth, preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office. Edited 
by Allan James Crosby, Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law. Vol. IX. — 
1569-1571. 

In the Press, 

Calendar of State Papers relating to Ireland, of t^ Reign of 
Elizabeth, preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office. Edited 
by Hans Claude Hamilton, Esq., F.S.A. VoL HI. — 1586, &c. 

Calendar of Stats Papers relating to Ireland, of the Reign 
OF James I., preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office, and 
elsewhere. Edited by the Rev. C. W. Russell, D.D., and John P. 
Prendergabt, Esq., Barrister-at-Law. VoL III.— 1608-1610. 



DEPUTY KEEPEB OP THE PUBLIC BECOBDS. 269 

Ko. 6. — Calendars of State Papers, &c. — continued. 

Calendar of Lbttbrs and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, of 
THE Reign of Henrt VIII., preserved in Her Majesty's Public 
Record Office, the British Museam, &c. Edited by J. S. Brewer, 
M.A., Professor of English Literature, King's College, London. Vol. 
IV., Part 3 1529, Ac. 

Syllabus, in English, of Rymer's Foedeba. By Sir Thomas 
DuFFUS Hardt, D.C.L., Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. 
Vol. III. — ^Appendix and Index. 

Calendar of Treasury Papers, preserred in Her Majesty's Pub- 
lic Record Office. Edited by Joseph Redington, Esq. Vol. III. — 
1702-1707. 

Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts, relating to English 
Affairs, preserved in the Archives of Venice, &c. Edited by Rawdon 
Brown, Esq. Vol. VL— 1555, &c. 

Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of 
Charles I., preserved in Her Mi^esty's Public Record Office. Edited 
by William Douglas Hamilton, Esq., F.S.A, Vol. XV. — 1639-1640. 

Calendar of Letters, Despatches, and State Papers, relating 
to* the Negotiations between England and Spain, preserved in the 
Archives at Simancas, and elsewhere. Edited by Don Pascual db 
Gatangos. Vol. IIL, Part 2.— Hen. VIII. 

Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, during the 
Commonwealth, preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office* 
Edited by Mart Anne Everett Green. VoL I. 

Calendar of Documents relating to Ireland, excerpted from the 
Records preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office ; to the end 
of the Reign of Henry VII. Edited by Henry Savage Swebtman, 
Esq., AB., Trinity College, Dublin, Barrister-at-Law (Ireland). Vol. I. 

In Progrets* 

Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, preserved in Her 
Majesty's Public Record Office, and elsewhere. Edited by W. Noel 
Sainsbury, Esq. Vol. IV. — East Indies, China, and Japan, 1622, &c« 
Vol. V. — America and West Indies, 1661, &c. 

Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of 
George HI., &c., preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office. 
Edited by Joseph Redington, Esq. (1760-1800), and John Ringwood 
Atkins, Esq. (1801-1829). 

Calendar of State Papers, Foreign Series, of the Reign of 
Elizabeth, preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record Office. Edited 
by Allan James Crosby, Esq., M.A., Barrister-at-Law. Vol. X.— 
1572, &c 

Calendar of Treasury Papers, preserved in Her Majesty's Record 
Office. Edited by Joseph Redington, Esq. Vol. IV. — 1708, &c. 



260 APPENDIX I. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 



No. 7. — Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and 

Ireland during the Middle Ages. 



Volumes published in 1874. 

Reoistrttm Palatinum DuNELMENSfi. The Register of Richard de 
Kellawe, Lord Palatine and Bishop of Durham; 1311-1316. Vol. IL 
Edited by Sir Thomas Dupfus H^rdt, D.C.L., Deputy Keeper of the 
Public Records. 

Memorials op Saint Dunstan Archbishop of Canterbury. 
Edited from various MSS., by Wilj^iam Stubbs, M. A., Regius Pro- 
fessor of Modern History, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. 

Chronicon Anglls, ab Anno Domini 1328 usque ad Annum 
1388, auctore Monagho quodam Sancti Albani. Edited by 
Edward Maukde Thompson, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, and Assistant- 
Keeper of the Manuscripts in the British Museum. 

In the Press, 

A Collection of Sagas and other Historical Documents 
relating to the Settlements and Descents of the Northmen on the British 
Isles. Edited by George Webbe Dasent, Esq., D.C.L. Oxon., and 

M. GUDBRAND ViGFUSSON, MA. 

Roll op the Privy Council op Ireland, 16 Richabd II. Edited 
by the Rev. James Grates, A.B., Treasurer of St. Can ice, Ireland. 

The Works op Giraldus Cambrensis, Vol. YU. Edited by the 
Rev. James F. Dimock, M.A., Rector of Barnburgh, Yoi'kshire. 

Chronicon Radulphi Abbatis Coggeshalensis Majus; and, 
Chronicon Terrs Sanct^e et de Captis a Saladino Hierosolt- 
mis. Edited by the Rev. Joseph Stevenson, M.A., of University 
College, Durham. 

Chronicle of Robert op Brunne. Edited by Frederick James 
FuRNiVALL, Esq., M.A., of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Barrister-at-Law. 

MATTHiEi Parisiensis, Monachi Sancti Albani, Chronica 
Majora. Vol. II. Edited by Henry Richards Luard, M.A., Fellow 
of Trinity College, Registrary of the University, and Vicar of Great St 
Mary's, Cambridge. 

Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden, with Trevisa's Translation. 
Vols. V. and VI. Edited by the Rev. Joseph Rawson Lumby, B.D., 
Fellow of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge. 

Life of Thomas Becket ; from an Icelandic Saga, with an English 
Translation. Vol. I. Edited and translated by M. EmfKR MagnI^ sson, 
Under-Librarian of the Public Library, Cambridge. 

Chronica Monasterii S. Albani. — 7. Ypodigma Neustrls ; 
HisTORiA, A Thoma Walsingham, Monacho Monasterh S. Albani, 
CON8CRIPTA. Edited by Henry Thomas Riley, Esq., M.A., Cambridge 
and Oxford ; and of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law. 

Corpus Historicum Eboracense. Chronica Pontificum Ecclesia 
Eboraci auctore Thoma Stubbs Dominicano ; and other Documents 
relating to the Primacy of York. Edited by James Rainb, M.A., Canon 
of York, and Secretary of the Surtees Society. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC BEGOBDS. 261 

No. 7. — Chronieles and Memorials, &c. — continued, 

Reoistrum Palatinum Dunelmense. The Register of Richard de 
Eellawe, Lord Palatine and Bishop of Durham ; 1311-1316. Vol. III. 
Edited by Sir Thohas Duffus Hardy, D.C.L., Deputy Keeper of the 
Public Records. 

Materials for a History of the Reion of Henry YII., from 
ORIGINAL Documents preserved in the Public Record Office. 
Vol. n. Edited by the Rev. William Campbell, M.A., one of Her 
Majesty's Inspectors of Schools. 

Monumenta Juridica. The Black Book of the Admiralty, 
with Appendices. VoL HI. Edited by Sir Travers Twiss, Q.C., 
D.C.L. 

Register oc Malmbsbury Abbey : Preserved in the Public 
Record Office. Edited by J. S. Brewer, M.A., Professor of English 
Literature, King's College, London. 

The Metrical Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester. Edited by 
William Aldis Wright, Esq., MA. 

Materials for the History of Archbishop Thomas Becket. 
Edited by the Rev. James Craigie Robertson, MA., Canon of Can- 
terbury, and Professor of Ecclesiastical History, King's College, London. 

The Historical Works op Ralph de Diceto, Dean of St. Paul's. 
1181-1210. Edited by Wili.jam Stubbs, MA., Regius Professor of 
Modem History, and Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. 



In Progress, 

Descriptive Catalogue of Manuscripts relating to the History 
op Great Britain and Ireland. Vol. IV. ; 1327, &c. By Sir 
Thomas Duffus Hardy, D.C.L., Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. 

Tear Books of the Reign of Edward the First. Years 33, 
34, and 35. Edited and translated by Alfred John Horwood, Esq., 
of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. 

Monumenta Juridica. The Black Book of the Admiralty, 
with Appendices. Vol. IV. Edited by Sir Travers Twiss, Q.C., 
D.C.L. 



1 



APPENDIX 11. 



No. 1. — Welsh Records. — Calendar of Recognizance Rolls 
OP THE Palatinate of Chester. From the earliest 

PERIOD TO THE END OF THE REIGN OF HbNRY IV. 



The Recognizance Rolls of Chester, so entitled from Recognizances being enrolled 
on them, are the Chancery Rolls of that Palatinate, and contain enrolments of 
Charters, Letters Patent, Commissions, and other Documents, issued under the 
Seal of the Palatinate. Deeds and other Evidences of a private nature are also 
enrolled on them. 

Tlie entries' are ceUendared under the modem name of the person or place, when 
poasihle ; the orthography of the Record being added. 



1867, 
Nov. 6. 

1876-7, 
Feb. 89. 

1380, 

May 29. 

1382. 

1396. 

1885. 
1384. 

1388. 



1401. 



Abberbubt — Abbuby. 
Richard de, Kt., grant to, by Edward Prince of Wales, of an annuity for 
life, of 40^, the said Richard to serve at all times when summoned and 
in time of war with two shields. [41 & 42 Edw, 3. 91. 2 (1), (2).] 

Confirmation of the above grant, by Richard Prince of Wales. [50 & 51 

Edw. 3. m. 2 d. (4), (5).] 
William de, pardon to, for an alienation of two parts of five parts of 

the manor of Lytelneston. [4 & 5 Bic, 2. m. 1 d (6).] 
William de, and Margaret his wife ; see Bradboum, William 4e» livery 

to, of the manor of Little Neston with Hargreve. 
See Holes, Hugh de. » 

Abexbubt — ^Abbtnbuby. 

Town of; see Strange, John son of Roger le. . 
Aberdabon. 

Church, William de Thiknes, parson of; see Malbon, Thomas. 

Abimdon. 
William de, grant to, of the chantry within the castle of Rothelao. 
[12 & 13 Edw. 8. m. 1 (6).] 

AOASTBB. 

Thomas de, merchant of Chester ; see Willaston, William de ; freightage 
of wine. 

ACHABD. 

Richard, recognizance of, not to escape out of the castle of Chester ; see 
Massey, Richard de. 

Acton. 
Richard de, and Adam his brother, sureties for Ellen daughter of Roger 

de Moldeworth, and they give, ** pro euavitate prieonCf** 20s. [8 & 4 

Edw. 2. m. I (18).] 
Alan de, Henry son of Stephen, Roffer Toproud, John de Legh, William 

Gerard, WilUam de Yenables, Jonn de Coton, Robert de Bnlkeley, 

and James de Weverham, take to tsrm the town of Northwich for one 

year at 78/. [3 & 4 Edw. 2. m. 1 (3). 8 & 5 Bdw. 2. m. 1 (7).] 
Thomas de, Peter de Thometon, William de Modburgh, and Adun de 

Acton, to the Earl of Chester, recognizance for 10 marks. [19 & 20 

Edw. 2. p. 2. HI. 1 (10).] 
Lawrence de, chaplain ; eee Wetenhall, Ralph de. 
Adam de, grant to, of the bailiwick of the seijeanty of Bucklow, for hia 

services at the battle of Poitiers ; see Simondessone, Roger. 

85256. 8 



1362. 



1309. 



1310. 



1826. 



1850-1. 
1357. 



APPENDIX II. TO THE THIBTT- SIXTH REPORT OF THE 



'So, 1. — Welsh Eecords : Recognizance Rolls of Chester— con^m?^^^. 

AcTOH — cont. 
1361. See Wettenhall, Thomas de ; inquest to be made touching the posses- 
sions of John Wettenhall of Derfold, in Acton, near Nantwich. 
1890. Alienation of lands in Acton, near Hurleston; aee Bagot William; 

Wettenhall, William de. 
1391-2. Land in ; see Fouleshurst, Thomas. 

1S96-7, John de, takes to farm the Bedelaiy of the Hundred of Edesbuiy for 
Fab. 21. one year at 10/. [20 & 21 Bie. 2. m. 4 d, (10).] 

] 398, Richard de, grant to, of the liyery of the Crown, with Sd. a day during 
May 29. pleasure. [21 & 22 Rie, 2. m 35 (13).] 

1398, John de ; grant to, of the livery of the Crown, with 6</. a day for life. 
July 1. [21 & 22 Ric, 2. m. 83 d, (12).] 

1400. John and David, archer, certificate of prise of wine from the bark 
« Mary of Chester " touching at Beaumaris, of which the said John and 
David were merchants, and John Hull, master. [1 & 2 Hen, 4. m. 5 
(10).] 
1400. Church ; see Salghalc, Roger, vicar. 

1400. Manor of, in the forest of Delamere ; see Griffin, Anne ; livery. 
1401-2, Robert de, Thomas de Mulkelfen, Edward Halk^, tailor, and Robert de 
Feb. 14. Pull ; sureties for prise of wine from *' La Tnnite" of Chester, touch- 

ing at Le Redebanke laden with wine from Rochelle should the same 
be adjudged to the Prince of Wales. [2 & 3 Hen. 4. m. 4 (1).] 
1408, Nicholas de, of Legh, in the Hundred of Macclesfield, Philip del Grene 
June 25. and Lawrence de Acton to the Earl of Chester ; recognizance for 20/. 

as surety for the said Nicholas. [3 & 4 Hen, 4. m. 8 d, (7).] 
1407, John de, Thomas de Mulkelfen, and John Bron, appointment Of, as 
May 6. admirals and governors of the fleet fitted out by the mayor and 

citizens of Chester, and about to proceed to sea on the King's ser- 
vice. [7 & 8 Hen, 4. m. 2 d. (10).] 

1407. Livery of lands and tenements in Acton, near Hurdeleston, to Thomas de 

Stafford ; «ee Bagot, William, Kt. 

1408. Manor ; see Ardeme, Ralph de ; livery. 

1409. Land in parcel of the barony of Nantwich ; see Leftwich, Robert 

1410. Inclosure of land in ; see Dutton, Peter de, Et 

ADGBOSMULinS. 

1858. Lease of, with suit of natives and tenants of Coleshill ; see Worcester, 

Thomas de. 
1388. Lease of; see Helegh, Alice. 
1887. Grant of, during pleasure ; see BrickhuU, John. 
1396-1407. Lease of; see Helegh, John de. 

Adekyi^b. 
1400. Richard de, chaplain ; see Griffin, Anne. 

Adlimgton. 
Manor ; see Legfa. 

Advowries. 
See Coddington — Fouleshurst — ^Wyon — Glasebrok — ^Winnington— Grono 
— Chester, and Flint. 

AODEN — AkEDEN — AOOETON. 

1391. William de 'r see Weever, Thomas de. 
Land in ; see Egerton ; Rathebone. 

AiNSWORTH. 

1398, John de ; grant to, of the livery of the Crown, with Sd, a day during 
June 8. pleasure. [21 & 22 Ric, 2. jr. 86 (15).] 

Akeden ; see Aoden. 

Albemarle. 
1397. Edward, Duke of; see Strange, John le, custody of the lands, &e., 
of. 

Aldecroft. 
1897, William de, appointment of, as one of the yeomen of the livery of the 
Sept. 29. . Crown, with 6J. a day for life. [21 & 22 Ric, 2. m. 14 d. (1), (2).] 
1397—8 

Feb. 2! Robert de, of Donham, a like grant. [21 & 22 Ric, 2, m, 80 (4), (21).] 
„ John and Hamo brothers of Robert de, a like grant. IJbid, m« 80 (4), 

30 d, (2).j 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 3 

No. 1.— Wekh Becords : Recognizance Bolls of Chester — continued^ 
Aldsltue ; see Actdleh. 

AXDESLBY — AdERLEY — AlDESDELEOH. 

1348-1400. Manor of; see Ardeme ; Weever. 

1350-1367. Church, Bceston, John, parson of; see Beeston — Blackenhall^-Holse. 

1341. Church, Robert de Hampton, parson of; see Coddington, John. 
1400. John le Bret ; rector of; see Griffin, Anne. 

1406. Roger de, junior; commission to ; see Roter, William le. 
1409, Roger de, senior, Reginald del Dounes, and Vivian Starky, recpgni- 
April 5. zance for 1 1/. 5s. lid. for arrears of the account of Roger de Alderley, 

junior, bailiff of the liberty of the Hundred of Macclesfield. [9 & 10 
Hen, 4. m. 4 d, (8).] 

Aldsbsey — Axdrbset. 
1824, Ralph son of Adam de, Richard Harm, and Henry Morgan to Master 
Aag. 19. Stephen de Eynardeslegh ; recognizance for 40«. [18 & 19 Edw. 2. 

m. 2 (10).] 
1333, William son of Ralph, and Ralph son of Adam, to John de Codynton, 
April 4. clerk ; recognizance for' 60s. [6 & 7 Edw. 3. m. 1. </. (1).] 

1342, Hugh son of Ralph de, and Robert his brother, and Richard son of 
Aug. 14. &lph de Stile, to Bertram de Norworthyn and Thomas de Ideshale ; 

recognizance for 34s. [16 Edw. 3. m. I </. (18).] 
1861, Hugh son of Thomas de, sureties for his keeping the peace, Robert 
July 7. del Heth and Thomas son of Roger. [34 & 35 Edw. 3. m. 3 (12).] 

1385. Tithe of sheaves of; see Cotgreve, Randal de. 

1391. Great, town of; see Fouleshurst, Thomas son of Robert, livery to, of 

an eighth part of the said town. 

1392, Robert de, sureties for, viz., Thomas le Boydell, Roger de Ditton of 
May 18. Chester, and Hugh le Bryd, of Chorleton. [15 & 16 Ric. 2. m. 9 d. 

(8).] 

1397-8, John de, grant to, of the livery of the Crown, with 6d. a day for life. 

Jan. 80. [21 & 22 Ric. 2. m. 28 (8), m. 28 d. (15).] 

Feb. 1 . William de, a like grant. \_Ibid. m. 29 ( 15) m. 29 d. (3)J 

1398, John de, appointment of, during good behaviour, as bailiff of the hundred 

July 3. of Brozon. [21 & 22 Ric. 2. m. 37 (13), (14).] 

1399, 

June 5. John de, livery to, of the above office. [22 & 23 Ric. 2. m. 8 d. (8).] 

1400, John de, and John Canrdyn, lease to, of the office of beadle of the 

June 24. hundred of Broxon, for one year at 1 1/. [ 1 & 2 Hen. 4. m. IS d. (2).] 

1400, John de, David de Aldersey, Thomas del Lee, Thomas de Thornton, and 

Dec. 8. Thomas de Beston, sureties for the good behavionr of William son of 

John de Aldresey. [1 & 2 Hen. 4. m. 12 (8).] 

1402. John de, collector of a subsidy in the hundred of Broxon ; see Brereton, 

Thomas de. 

1403, John de, writ " diem clausit extremmn " on the death of. [3 & 4 Hen. 
Oct. 3. 4. m. 11 d. (20).] 

1406. William de ; see Sonde, John de, commission. 

Aldeton ; see Oulton . 

Aldford. X 

1318, John son of Richard de, and Hona le Blake, of Chirton, to William, 
Aug. 30. Reveson " filio prepositi," Thomas le Spenser, and Richard de Neubold, 

recognizance for 4/. [11 & 12 Edw. 2. (13).] 
1318-19. Manor ; see Arden, John de. 
1827. Church ; see Burston, William de, rector of. 
1355. Thomas de, sheriff of the city of Chester ; see Merton, Stephen de. 
1^87. Land in Occleston, held of the lord of Aldford ; see Bostock, Adam. 

1389. Church, William de Brumburgh, parson of; see Filken, Philip. 
1391. Churchy William de Brumburgh, parson of; see Egerton, Ralph. 
1406. Richard Payn, bailiff of, commission to ; see Bulkeley, Peter de. 

See Atden. 

Aldington ; see OuLToy. 
Aldreset ; see Aij>er8BY. 

Aletn. 

1390, John of Chester, skinner, and Peter de MunshuU, to the king, recogni- 
July 12. zance for 22s. lOd, [13 & 14 Ric. 2. m. 5 d. (9).] 

S 2 



4 APPENDIX II. TO THE THIRTY-SIXTH BEPORT OP THE 

No. 1. — ^WclsL Records: Recognizance Rolls of Chester— -con/fitti^ci 

Albtn — cent. 

1402. Thomas, of Chester, surety for JeTan ap Edden of Wrixham and Robert 

ap Jankyn of Wrixham not disposing of the beer, bought by them in 
Chester, to the rebels. [3 & 4 Hen. 4. m. 6 d, (3).] 

1403. John; see Rnsshes, Hogo del. 

1404. Thomas and John, commission to, as keepers of all the passes betweeta 
June 11. the city of Chester and Haselwall in the hundred of Wirral, to prevent 

traffic with the rebels. [4 & 5 Hen, 4. m. 7. d. (8).] 
1406, Thomas of Chester, to the Earl of Chester, recognizance in 4/. to answer 
Oct. 25. for certain cattle of Gruff' ap Bellyn ap Wyllym. [7 & 8 Hen, 4. «. 1 

(7)0 
Alkemundelowe. 
1386, William de, and Thomas de Swetenham, of Modburlegh, to Hugh de 
April 5. Holes, recognizance for 40s. [9 & 10 Ric. 2. m. 8. d, (1.)] 

1391-2, William de, John de Tatton and Thomas de Holden to the King, 
Mar. 16. recognizance for 18/. 12«. 2^(/. [15 & 16 Ric. 2. m. 5 (8).] 

1396. William de ; see Bucklow hundred ; lease of the office of beadle. 
Alkoc. 

1402. Roger ; see Macclesfield, John, alienation of the manor of Boaley. 

1403. Collector of a subsidy in the hundred of Macclesfield ; see Booth, 

Thomas. 

1410-11, Thomas de, Roger de Penwortham, John Smyfhe, cappemaker, and 
Mar 8. Thomas de Brynston to John de Wetenhale and John del Dedwode, 

recognizance for 13/. I7s. 6d. [11 & 12 Hen. 4. m. 5 (6).] 

1338. William de, grant to, of the chantry within the castle of Rothelan. 
[12 & 13 £dw. 3. m. 1 (6).] 
Alna. 
1402. Richard, of Kantwich, land in Eelsale held of; see Wrottesley, John de. 
1408. Richard, messuage held by, in Nantwich ; see Arden, Ralph de. 

ALPRAHAlf. 

1397-8, Dayid de, grant to, of the livery of the Crown, with 6</. a day for life. 
Jan. 30. [21 & 22 Ric. 2. m. 28 (8) 28 d. (10).] 

1402. Collectors of a subsidy in ; see St Pierre, Thomas le. 

1405. Rental of lands in ; see Leigh, Henry de. 
See Bulkeley. 

AXSACHER — AlSAOSR. 

1392. John de, deed of quitclaim to John son of Robert de Bulkylegh, of 
Eyton, of all his, the said John de Alsacher's, lands in Alsacher, of 
which Randal son of Richard de Alsacher, enfeoffed his brothers 
Richard and John ; witnesses, William de Fraers of Badyl^h, John 
de Wodehous of Copenhale, senior, Richard de Wybunbury, Richard 
de Briddesmere, chaplain, and Hamo Chaun. [15 & 16 Ric. 2. m. 
9 (8).'] 

1403. John son of Richard de, coUector of a subsidy in the hundred of Nant 

wich ; see Booth, Thomas. 

1406. John son of Benedict, the same ; see Roter, William le. 

AXTHAX. 

1386. Guy de, escheator of Carnanron ; see Loryng Nigel. 

Altmeltdtn ; Altemeladtn, 
1366. Manor and township ; see Asaph, St, dean and chapter. 
1391. John Prophit, prebendary of; see Yonge, Morgant le. 

1402, Appointment of Gron* ap lor* and Ith' ap Mad' as collectors of a subsidy 
July 11. in. [2 & 3 Hen. 4. m. 9 (13).] 

Altanlet — Alvandeleoh. 
1380. Aline who was the wife of Thomas de ; see Wrottesley, Hugh de, 

livery. 
1397. Grant of land in ; see Venables, Thomas de. 

AlfBELL. 

1403, John, clerk, letters of Thomas Earl of Arundel, certifying to the pardon 
Sept 16. of the said John for the part he took in the insurrection under Henry 

Percy, and praying all mayors, constables, &c., to allow him to travel 
throughout the kingdom without hindrance. [3 & 4 Hen. A.m. 1 i 

(6).] 
1403. See Holand, Ralph de. 



DEPUTY KEEPER OP THE PUBLIC RECORDS. . 5 

No. 1. — ^Welsh Becords : JKecognizance Bolls of Chester — continued. 

Andbbton. 
1853-4. Manor, lease of ; see Soot, Michael. 
1398, Robert de, grant to, of the livery of the Crown, irith 6d. a day daring 
Jnn^ 8. pleasure. [21 & 2S JUc. 3. m. 36 (18).] 

1348. Lands in, charged with an annuity to Hugh de Venables ; aee St Pierre, 
John de. 
1862-3. Land in ; see Done, Richard. 

Anolebkt. 
1351. See Trussell, John Cate, sheriff of. 

1406. Commission to Ralph de Barton to take vessels for the transport of men- 
at-arms and archers going with him for the defence of the island. 
[6 & 7 Hen, 4. w. 3 (9).] 
1406. See Capelhurst, John de, escheator of. 
1409-10. See Aston, Richard de, commissioned to cruise at sea for the defence of. 

Anktk. 

1397, William son of, of Appleton, grant to, of 4<f. a day for life. [21 & 22 
Nov. 12. Bic, 2. m. 22 (5), (6).] 

Annuel. 
1350, Bleth' ap Ith', Robert Corbyn, William Saladyn, Roger de Meisham, 
Oct. 1 . junior, Richard son of Richard de Eulowe, William son of Howel, 

and John de Manlegh to William Trussel, Kt., recognisance for 

19/. 6e. Sd, [24 & 25 Edw. 3. m, 1 (4).] 

Anterbus. 
1360. William de, acquisition of land in Rnshton by; see Grey, Reg^iald de. 

Anthony. 
1409. House of St. Anthony in England, lease of the profits of; see Henshaw, 
Thomas de. 

Antrobvs. 
1357-8. In Over- Whitley, land in ; see Whitley, Richard. 

Afol. 
1402. Robert, freightage of wine by ; see Parson, Thomas. 

Applbton — Apdlton. 
1857. Williun de, grant to, of the office of vendor to the Prince of Wales, in 

consideration of his services in Gascony and at the battle of Poitiers ; 

see Frodsham, Thomas. 
1878. Thomas de, sheriff of the city of Chester ; see Barbour, John le. 
1894. William de ; see Marbury, Randal de. 

Abden — Abdebke . 
1314. Margaret who was the wife of John de, Richard de Neubold, William, 
Reveson " filius prepositi " of Aldeford, John son of Richard de Aide- 
ford, and William son of William de Uaselwell, of Aldford to John 
rector of the church of Elleford, Robert de Codynton, and Roger 
de Watenow, chaplain, recognizance for 568/. lOs. [8 Edw. 2. m. 1 

(1).] 
1818-19, John de, John de Leffh, John de Wetenhale, and Robert de Codyoton, 
Mar. 15. to the Earl of Chester, recognisance for 14/. 4«. of the issues of 

the manor of Aldeford from Mich., 12 Edw. 2, to the Tuesday on 
the morrow of St Gregory following. [11 & 12 Edw, 2. m. I d, 
(20).] 
1826. John de, Kt., William de Modburlegh, Henry Russel of Chester, Roger 
Starky, John de Legh, Thomas de Legh, Adam de Beston, Wil- 
liam de Legh, William de Tabbelegh, Jolm de Stathum, liandal de 
Hulfeld, Robert de Mascy, William de Acton, Thomas Danyers, 
and John de Hulfeld to Roger le Blount, constable of the castle 
of Chester, recognizance for l7U.4s,4d, [19 & 20 Edw, 2. m. 2 

(7)0 
1836, John de, to Fulk Fitzwaryng, recognizances for 200/. and 60/. [9 & 10 
Aug. 20. Edw, 3. m. 8 d. (8), (9).] 

1841, Peter de, of Aldeiddegh, John de Wetenhale, senior, Adam de Bostok, 
Aug. 17. senior, and John de Baskervill, senior, to Eleanor and Elizabeth, 
daughters of John de Arden, senior, recognizance for 200 marks. 
[14 & 15 Edw. 3. m. 1 d, (4).] 



APPENDIX n. TO THE THIETY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE 



No. 1. — Welsh Records : RecogDizance Rolls of Chester — continued. 

Abden — Arderne — cont. 
1841-2, John de, and Ellen his wife, pardon to. [15 & 16 Edw. 8. m. 2 (2), 
Jan. 8. (3), (4).] 

1341-2, John de, Kt., Robert de Haurthjn, Hamo de Mascy of Podynton, and 
Feb. 26. Walter del Heth to the Earl of Chester, recognizance for 40L 
[15 & 16 Edw. 3. m, 3 d, (6).] 
1348, John de, Kt, and Ellen, his wife, license to, to enfeoff Thomas their 
Aug. 18. son and Katherine, his wife, of the manor of Alderdelegh in fee-tail 
male, with remainder in fee-tail male to Wachinus brother of the 
same Thomas, and ultimate reversion to the said John and Ellen, and 
the heirs of their bodies, and, failing them, with remainder to the right 
heirs of the' said John. [21 & 22 Edw. 3. m. 3 (1), (2).] 
1348-9, John de, Kt., and Ellen his wife, and Henry le Hunt, pardon to, for 
Mar. 18. trespasses of vert and venison in the forest of Macclesfield. [22 & 23 
Edw. 3. m. 3 (1).] 
1858. John de, Et. ; see Werburgh, abbot and convent, right of cutting turf 

in Elton Moss granted to them by the said John. 
1359, Thomas de, Kt., Peter de Arden, William de Wetenhale, of Alperham, 
April 14. and Richard de Eton to Robert de Legh, junior, recognizance for 4/. 
[34 & 85 Edw. 3. m. 2 (10)]. 
1361. Thomas de ; see Hampton, Isabella. 
1367. John de, alienation by, of a third part of the manor of Siddington ; see 

Siddington, Ellen. 
1378. Thomas de, Kt., seven knights' fees held by, in Cheshire ; see Wales, 

Joan, Princess of. 
1383. Matilda daughter of John de, Kt. ; see Legh, Robert de. 
1385-6, Thomas de, Kt., Robert de Legh, Kt., Thomas de Davenport, of Beche- 
Feb. 24. ton, Peter de Legh, John Pygot, and Adam de Kyngelegh, commis- 

sion of, as justices for the three hundreds of the Eyre at Macclesfield. 
[9 & 10 Ric. 2. OT. 2 (9).] 
Hugh de, protection to, on his departure for Ireland on the King*s ser- 
vice in the retinue of John de Stanley, Kt., deputy of the Marquis of 
' Dublin. [9 & 10 Bic. 2. m. 5 (1).] 

License to John de Assheton, Kt, Thomas de Hyde, and William 



1386, 
July 20. 

1386, 
July 20. 

1891. 

1391, 
June 24. 
July 24. 



1391. 

1391, 
July 18. 
Aug. 9. 
Aug. 19. 

1391. 

1391-2. 

1393-4. 
1394, 
Sept. 9. 



1396. 
Sept. 12. 

1897. 

1397, 
Oct. 10. 

1397, 
Nov. 2. 



de Venables, of Troghford, to act as the attorneys of the said Hugh 
during his absence in Ireland. [9 & 10 Bic. 2. m. 5 d. (3).] 
Thomas de, part of the inheritance of Thomas son of Henry de 
Weever, held of; see Carrington, Maud. 

Thomas de, Kt, writ ** diem dausit extremum ** on the death of. [14 & 

15i?«c. 2. m. 5(2).] 
Writ to the Chamberlain of Chester to deliver into the office of the 

Privy Seal the tenor of a writ " diem clausit extremum," after the 

death of. [Ibid. m. 5. d. (2).] 
John son of Thomas de, rents paid to, out of the manor of Alderley ; 

see Weever, Thomas de. 
John son and heir of Thomas, writ '* de etate probanda.*' [14 & 15 

Bic, 2. ifi, 6 (5.)] 

John son and heir of Thomas, writ " de etato probanda.'' [Ibid. {3).] 

Fealty of, and livery to. [Ibid. (4), (b).] 

Urden, Hugh de, conmiission of, to levy a subsidy ; see Chester Com- 
monalty. 

Ellen wife of Henry de, Kt, manor of Edlaston, held of; see Fools- 
hurst, Thomas. 

John son and heir of Thomas ; see Btchells. 

John de, license to Thomas Fyton, of Pennale, John Dychefeld, and 
Peter de Bulkyley, to act as the attorneys of, during Ms absence in 
Aquitaine, in the retinue of John, Duke of Lancaster. [18 Bic. 2. 
m. 1 (6). 18 & 19 Bic. 2. m. 7 d. (1).] 

John son of Thomas de, Kt., license to, Peter de Bulkylegh and John 
Dychefeld to act as the attomies of. [19 & 20 Bic. 2. m. 9 d. (5).] 

John, Lord of Alvanley ; see Venables, Thomas de. 

John son of Hugh de, grant to, of an annuity of 100«., the King having 
retained him m his service for life. [21 & 22 Bic. 2. m. 20 (2).] 

John son of Thomas de, Kt., license to John de Bulkylegh, of Ayton, 
Peter de Bulkylegh of Chedle, and John de Dychefeld to act as the 
attomies of. [21 & 22 Bic. 2. m. 2 (1).] 



DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. 7 

No. 1. — Welsh Kecords : Recognizance Rolls of Chester — continued, 

Ardbn — Ardesn e — cont, 
1398, A like license to Peter de Bulkeley of Chedle, and Adam le Cryor. 
Dec. 2. [22 & 23 Sic. 2. m. 7 (10).] 

1399^ John son of Thomas de, Kt., protection to, for one year, he being 
May 15. about to accompany the King to Ireland. [22 & 23 JRic. 2, m. 2d, 

(6).] 

1899-1400, license to, Peter deBulkylegh, of Chedle, and Thomas le Wodeward 

Jan. 12. to act as the attorneys of the said John duripg his absence. [1 & 2 

Hen. 4. m. 2 d. (1).] 

1402. John son of Hugh de, collector of a subsidy in the hnndred of 

Macclesfield ; see Newton, Robert de. 

1403. Hugh de ; see SaTage, John, commission of array. 

1408. John de, of Stockport ; see Winnington, Richard de, commission. 

1404. John de, Kt., land in Etchels, held of; see Lcgh, William de, Kt. 
1406. Hugh de ; see Winnington, Richard de, commission. 

1406, John son of Thomas de, Kt., license to, to grant the manors of Aldeforde 

May 26, and Nether- Alderdelegh, with the advowsons of the churches there, to 

June 9. John Pygot, Peter de Bulkyle^, of Chedle, William del Holt, senior, 

Hugh de Bostok, William de ISrumburgh, clerk, Roger de Pylkynton, 

Kt., John de Pylkynton, Kt., John de Dalton, Kt., Thomas.Gerard, Kt., 

John de Pylkynton, clerk, William de Bradshawe, Adam de Lever, 

Lawrence de Standysshe, of the county of Lancaster, Edward de 

Benestede, of the county of Hertford, Kt., Thomas Maureward of the 

county of Leicester, Kt, Thomas de Greseley, of the county of Derby, 

Kt., Thomas de Aston, Kt, John de Bury, clerk, John de Closeyate, 

clerk, Thomas de Maysam, senior, Adam Seintcler, and Thomas de 

Stokes, of the county of Stafford, to have and to hold to them and 

their heirs, with power to r»-enfeoff the said John de Ardene and 

Margaret his wife, and .the heirs of their bodies, with remainder 

to the right heirs of the said John. [6 & 7 Hen. 4. m. 2 cf. (1), 

(2).] 

1407-8, Ellen who was the wife of Henry de, Kt, writ " diem elausit cxtremnm " 

Feb. 24. on the death of. [8 & 9 Men. 4. m. 3 (4).] 

- . 1408. / Ralph de, writ of livery, setting forth the finding of an inquisition that 

Ellen, who was the wife of Henry de Ardeme, Kt., died seized in her 

demesne as of fee, of the manor of Acton, yearly value, 12/. ; of 

eight messuages and forty acres of land in Hurdelestone, yearly value, 

6/. ; of two messuages and ten acres of land in Stoke, yearly valne, 

35s., and of a rent of 5s. issuing out of a messuage in Nantwich, 

which Richard Alna, held in fee to himself and his heirs for ever, all 

which were parcel of a 36th part of the barony of Nantwich, and were 

held of the Earl of Chester; that the said Ellen died on the 13th of 

Feb. *' last " past, and that Ralph de Ardem her son, was next heir 

and of 34 years of age or more. [8 & 9 Hen. 4. m. 3 (7).] 

1408, John de, Kt, writ ** diem elausit extremum ''on the death of. [8 & 9 
July 18. Hen, 4. m. 9 d. (1).] 

Oct 9. a like writ [9 & 10 Hen. 4. to. 1 (4), (6).] 

Hugh de, exemption from serving on assizes, &c. [12 & 18 Hen. 4. 
m. 2 d. (10).] 
1411-12. Dame Margaret de ; see Legh, John de. 

1412. Hugh de, grant to, of the manor of Elton, by William de Bradboume ; 
see Holes, Hugh de, Kt. 

Aroaithow. 
1393, John, vintner of Bordeaux, charter of the fireightage of wine from 
Sept. 21. Bordeaux to Delcay, in the bark "James," of Dartmouth, John 
Trayssi, master. [17 & 18 Ric. 2. m. 3 (3).] 

Oct. 26. Certificate of the payment of prise at Dublin by the said bark, signed 
John Slyegh, keeper of the customs, llbid. (4).] 

V 

ASIENSHIBE. 

Bents ; see Tonge ; Vaur. 

AnKWHTonT — Arkewrught. 
1835-6, Richard le, Adam son of Hngh and Gilbert Glayve, of Legh, to John 
Mardi 19. Paynel, recognizance for 46/. 8«. [9 & 10 Edw, 3. m. 2 a. (6).] 



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No. 1. — ^Weleh Records : Becognizanoe Bolls of Chester — eofUinueiL 



1878. John le, sheriif of the city of Chester ; see Barbovry John le. 

Abnekoc. 
1397, Thomas, grant to, of the liverf of the Crown, with 6d. a day for lifis. 
Dec 17. [21 & 2S Bic. 2. m, 90 d. (12), (18).] 

Abrow — ^Asws. 
1325, Thomas de, William le Clerk, and William de Monden, to the Earl of 
Jnly 8. Chester, recognisance for 100s. [18 & 19 Edw, 2. ai. 1 (11).] 

1401, John de, pelter, of the city of Chester, exemption to, from lerring on 
Jnfy 20. assises, &c. [2 & 3 Hem, 4. m. 1 d, (5).] 

1404, John de, of Chester, Robert le Chamberlain, of Chester, David Layot, 
June 29. 6f CSiester, and Robert de Derby to the Earl of Chester, recognisance 
in 100/. for the ffood behavionr of William Bretargh towards Maigaret 
who was the wtfe of Peter deLegh. [4 & 5 ^eii. 4. m. 8 (8).] 
1406, John de, Thomas le Skynner, Thomas le Taillor, and John Yordes, all 
June 5. of C!hester, sureties in 40/. for Henry le Spnrryer. [6 & 7 Hen, 4. 

m. 8 </. (2).] 
Land, &c. in ; see Beeston, Fitton, Dntton, Saiosbary, and Manley. 

Abthub. 
1389, Richard, chaplain, Hugh de Mascy, of Codyngton, and Hngh de 
Sept. 25. Okenishorst to John de Wodehoos, doui of St. John's, Chester, 
recognisance for 30s. for a tithe of a moiety of the sheaves and hay 
of Clutton. [12 & 18 Bic. 2. ai. 4 (4).] 

Abtisans. 
1890. Commissioners appointed to inqnire into infringements of the statute of 
Edw. 3., regulating the wages of; see Fitton, Thomas. 

Abtohstaixx. 
1858, 
Sept 12. John de, protection to. [31 & 32 Edw. 3. m. 3 (6), (7).j| 
1866-7, John de, of Tymperlegh, and Hiomas le Baxter, of Altnncham, to the 
Jan. 12. Earl of Chester, recognisance for 4/. Os. 6^. [39 & 40 Edw, 8. 

w. 3 rf. (4).] 

Akuitdbl. 

1847. Earl of ; see Strang, Roger le. 

1351, Richard, Earl of, mdenture between, and Edward, Prince of Wales, 
Nov. 11. by which the Prince frnixts to the Earl, for life, 200/., to be taken of 
the fee-fsrin'of the town of Chester, and issues of the mills of Dee, 
in lieu of 500 marks, which the Earl received from the exchequer of 
Carnarvon, for the offices of justice, constable of the castle, and 
sheriff of Carnarvon, which offices the said Earl had of the grant of 
the then King Edward. [25 & 26 Edw, 3. m. 1 J. (1), (2).] 

1878. Richard, Earl of, two knights* fees in Cheshire held by ; see Wales, 
Joan, Princess of. 

1387. Richard, Earl of; see York, Alexander, Archbishop of^ sppeal of trea> 
son against. 

1 39 1. Earl of, manors of Troghford and Stony-Dunham, held of ; see Venables, 

WilUam de. 

1392, Richard, Earl of, recognizance of Master Robert Pagan, mason, Robert 
Dec. 13. Goldlove, Robert Wolf, John Terry, and Robert Pagan, junior, to 

Thomas le Tonge, steward of Chirk, and Alan Thorp, in the Earl's 
name, for the due fulfilment of articles of indenture touching the 
building of a stone bridge over the Dee, between the domains of 
Bromfeld and Chirk. [16 & 17 Eic, 2. m. 1 d. (4).] 
1897. Richard, Earl of, office of » Porterwyk " of the castle of Holt, in Brom- 
field, held by ; see Plat, Ralph atte. 

1897. Richard, Earl of ; see Scrope, William le. Earl of Wiltshire, appointment 

of, as justice of all the lordship late of the said Richard. 
1897-8. Richard, Earl of, grant of land in Oswaldestre, late of ; see Whyte, 
John. 

1898. Richard, Earl of; see Bagot, William, Et., Beeston ; Thomas. 

1399. Richard, late Earl of, commission to enquire of monies due to ; see 
Ikelyngton, John de. 



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No. 1. — ^Weleb Records : Recognizance Bolla of Chester — continued, 

Arukdsi/— cone. 
1407-8, Thomas, Eafl of, indenture of service by which he engages to serve 
Peb. 20. Henry Prince of Wales for life, both by land and sea, i;i peace and 

in war time, receiving for such service 250 marks yearly. [8 & 9 

Hen. 4. m. 3 (2).] 

Abwx ; see Arrow. 

Asaph, St. 
1348, John, Bishop of, grant to, of ** Gronantesmore " for three years at 
April 6. 18/. 16». Sd, yearly. [21 (c 22 Edw. 3. m. 2 rf. 0*).] 

1366, Dean and Chapter, indenture by which Edward Prince of Wales 
May 16. grants to them a place called "Gronantesmore" (Flint) [boundaries 

Sept. 30. of, most minutely set forth], the said Denn and Chapter to render 
yearly therefore 20 marks, in default of which the Prince to distrain 
on their manor of Altmelydyn, and should any of the said place be 
destroyed by the sea the Prince to allow them 12rf. yearly for every 
acre destroyed. Witnesses — Lord Bartholomew de Burghersh, Jus- 
tice of Chester ; William de Montacute, Earl of Salisbury ; Reginald 
de Grey, Lord of Deffrencloid ; John de Delves, Et., Yice-Justice 
of Chester ; John de Brunham, Chamberlain of Chester ; David de 
Backemm, Sheriff of Flint ; Kees ap Roppert, Ken' ap Roppert 
Ith' ap Bleth' ap Ith*. [39 to 41 Edw. 3. m. 1 d. (14).J 
1366, 
May 16, Leoline, Bishop of, license to, on a fine of 100/. to make a wilL [39 & 40 
Aug. 17. Edw. 3. m. Id. (6).] 

1379-80. William, Bishop, inspeximus and confirmation of a license to, of 1 June 
March 1. 1376, to make a will and dispose of his property as he should think 
fit. [5, 6, & 7 Bic. 2. m. 1 (7).] 

1381, Cathedral, inspeximus and confinmitipn by the King, of an indenture 
July 11. [1380] between the Bishop, Dean and Chapter, and lor', ap Robyn 

Ygarret [and others whose names are set forth] , fi^eholders, heirs, 
and proprietors, within the town ofLIanelwey, whereby the said Bishop, 
in consideration of an annual rent of 10 marks, exonerates the free- 
holders, &c.,from an accustomed service of finding ever}'day through- 
out the year, Sundays and feast days excepted, six men to work firam 
sunrise to sunset at excavating red stone for the works of the cathedral. 
^4 & 5 Bic. 2. m. 3 (4).] 

1382, William, Bishop, writ '*diem dausit extremum" on the death o^ 
April 9. directing the escheator of the county of Flint to take into the King's 

hands aU the possessions, in his bailiwick, of the Bishop, who had died 
largely indebted to the King. [5, 6, & 7 Bic. 2. m. 1 (6).] 
1389-90, Bishoprick, appointment of John Hanmer, escheator of the county of 
Jan. 3. Flint, as keeper of the temporalities of and steward of the courts 

within, during pleasure. [13 & 14 Bic 2. m. 2 (6).] 
1390, 
April 28, Alexander Bache, bishop elect, liverv to, of the temporalities and profits 
May 7, of the bishoprick. [13 & 14 Bic.' 2. m. 3 d. (2), (3), (4), (5), (6), 

June 8. (7).] 

1390, Appointment of Howell ap Tud', as collector of the debts of Laurence, 
Oct. 25. late bishop of. [14 & 15 Bic. 2 m. 1 (3).] 

1391. Cathedral, indenture between the bishop, dean, and chapter, and Robert 

Fagan, the said Fagan to build and complete the belfiry of the ca- 
« thedral in stone, to the height of 5 rods, and 1^ rod of battlement, 

the said chapter to pay to the said Bobert 100 marks "sc'd'm 

" quantitatem facture d*ci campanilis," and to find carriage for the 

stone and lime, the work to be completed by the Feast of All SaintB» 

1892. [14 & 15 Bic. 2. m. 6 (4).] 
1397, John, Bishop, warrant, on the petition of, to the justice and chamberlain 
July 2. of Chester, to survey Gronantesmore (FHnt), and to allow the 

bishop I2d. yearly for every acre thereof destroyed by the sea. 

[21 & 22 Bic. 2. m. 2 (2).] 
1399, John, Bishop of, appointment of, as chamberlain of Chester, Flint, and 
Aug. 16. N. Wales, during pleasure. [22 & 23 Bic. 2. m. 9 (4).] 

Nov. 1. A like appointment. [1 & 2 Hen. 4. m. 16 (5).] 

1899, John, Bishop of, appointment of, as chamberlain of the counties of Chester, 
Kov. 1. Flint, and Carnarvon, daring pleasure. [1 & 2 Hen^ 4. m. 1 (1).] 



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No. 1. — Welsh Records : Becognizance Bolls of Chester — continued. 

Asaph, St. — cont 
1399-1400, John, Bishop o^ and William de Venables, of Kinderton, constable of 
Feb. 1. ' the castle of Chester, warrant to the forester of Mara, to deliyer two 
does to, in recompense of their zeal In the monition and safe custody 
of the castle. [1 & 2 Hen. 4. m. 4 (2).] 

1400. John, Bishop, warrant to the keeper of the park of Llo^ote, for de- 
Uveiy to the said John, of two oaks for building. [1 & 2 Men, 4. 
w. 9 (2).] 

1400. John, Bishop, recognizance of, touching two casks of wine ; see Horton, 

Bogcjr. 
1401-2. Commissioners appointed to inquire how much of Gronantesmore had 
been destroyed by the sea ; see Gronantesmore. 

1401. John, Bishop of, lieutenant of N. Wales and the county of Chester; 

see Stafford, Edmund, Earl of. 
1403, John, bishop of, and William Brereton, Et., commission of, by Henry, 
April 22. Prince of Wales, as his lieutenants in the counties of Chester and 
Flint, during pleasure. [8 & 4 Hen. 4. m. 4 d. (5).] 
1409. Biahoprick, lease of the temporalities ; see Hokes, John. 
1409, Bishoprick, grant to Robert Lancaster, abbot of the monastery ** de 
Oct. 16. Yalle crucis," and bishop elect of St Asaph, of the custody of the 

temporalities of the bishoprick, collation to benefices excepted, in aid 
of the repair of the cathedral of St Asaph, wholly burnt and de- 
stroyed by the Welsh rebels. [10 & 11 Hen. 4. to. 1 (7), (8).] 
1411, 
June 13, Livery of the temporalities to Robert Lancaster. [11 & 12 Hen. 4. 
July 10. m. 3 «/. (11) ; m. 4 (1).] 

ASHBT ; see Eshbbt. 

ASHrOBD. 

1377. Estates of the Princess of Wales at ; ^ee Foljaumbe, Roger. 

ASHLET — ASSHELEOH. 

1348, Hamo de, senior and junior, John de Asshelegh, Roger de Munshull, 
Dec. 18. and John de Berkyn, to the Earl of Chester, recognizance for 20/. 

[22 & 23 Edw. 3. m. 1 (3).] 
1391-2. Land in ; see Bulkeley. 
1397, Hamo de, grant to, of an annuity of 100s., the King having retained 
Oct 10. him in his service for life. [21 & 22 Ric. 2. to. 12 (2), (9).] 

1299-1400, Hamo de, writ ** diem dnusit extremum '' on the death of. [1 & 2 
Mar. 16. Hen. 4. to. 5 d. (1), (3).] 

1400, Hamo de, writ for livery to the right heirs of, on an inquisition finding 
April 6. that the said Hamo died seized as in fee, of two parts of the manor of 

Asshelegh, with a reversion of a third part held in dower by Joan 
who was the wife of Hamo de Asshelegh, Kt, that the said manor 
was held of the Lord of Cheadle, in soccage by the rendering of Id, 
yearly. Also of seven acres of land and four acres of maidow in 
Hale, held of the Lord of Dunham, in soccage, by the rendering of 4d. 
yearly. [1 & 2 Hen. 4. to. 5 d. (6).] 
1406, Roger de, John Brounwynd, aad Hugh Gylle, Mainprise Hugh Daukyn, 
May 29. and Simon le Shepherd, late farmers of the manor of Shotwick. 

[6& 7 Hen.4.m.Sd. (1).] 
1406. Roger de ; see Massey, Hamo le, commission. 

ASHTON — ^ASSHETON. 

1313. Recognizance for the tithes of sheaves ; see Churton, Henry de. 
1325, John de, Randal de Coghull, James de Coghull, and William and 
July 19. Richard his brothers, and James son of David son of Hugh de Bome- 

bury, to the Earl of Chester, recognizance for 14 marks. [18 & 19 
Edw. 2. TO. 1 (16).] 
1331, Robert, parson of the church o^ to the King, recognizance for 20s. 
July 11. [4 & 5 Edw. 3. m. 2 (8.)] 

Dec. 12. The same to the chamberhun of Chester, recognizance for lOs. [5 & 6 
Edw. 3. T