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PiVBFACE. 



THE present volume of abstracts of ancient deeds relating to the 
Coointy of Derby owes its publication to the following 
circumstances : — 

The Derbyshire Library and Collect^ion of Sir H. H. Bemrose 
includes an extensive and varied mass of manuscripts, among which 
are many original deeds of ancient and modem date. The services of 
an expert being sought to examine and catalogue these with a view to 
the possible publication of some of them, the present Editor undertook 
the work. While this was being done, a little enquiry soon elicited the 
fact that there were numerous other deeds, in private hands, scattered 
through the County, which would be placed at Sir Henry's disposal 
for so useful a purpose as the publication of a book of Derbyshire 
Charters. Moreover, the British Museum was known to be rich in 
Derbyshire deeds, having in its entirety the charters collected by Adam 
Wolley and bequeathed by him to the nation in 1828, as well as many 
others, and it was, therefore, decided to make short abstracts in English, 
which should embrace all the salient points of each document, of all the 
Derbyshire deeds, either in public archives or private muniment rooms, 
to which access could be had. 

It will be seen from the appended list of owners, etc., that the 2,787 
charters treated in this volume were derived from no less than thirty-four 
different sources. With very few exceptions, the charters are in actual 
existence, and have been examined by the Editor, whose object has been 
to include only those deeds which can themselves, if necessary, be 
referred to. 

The' earliest charter included is one to Calk Abbey, to which the 
date of circ. 1129-1139 has been assigned, and it was decided to include 
nothing later than a.d. 1550. 

The twelfth century charters, of which there are fifty-six, have been 
printed in full (except one or two, the originals of which could not be 
seen). 



vi Preface. 

The Editor would gladly have included, especially, the collections 
of the Duke of Devonshire, the Duke of Rutland, and Sir Francis 
Burdett, of Foremark, but though these owners expressed sympathy with 
the work, various circumstances prevented their collections being dealt 
with at this time. A few, however, of the last-named ownef s very early 
charters have been taken from printed books and inserted, though the 
originals were not examined. There are ample materials in these three 
collections alone for another volume equal in bulk to the present one 
if its reception be such as to encourage a continuation of the enterprise. 

The arrangement of the abstracts is as follows : — ^Where a deed 
refers to one place only, it will, naturally, be found under that place. 
Where, however, several places occur in one deed, the abstract will be 
found under the place which is mentioned -first in the deed, and to that 
place cross references will be added under the other places mentioned. 

There are added three separate Indices — ^viz., of Places, Persons, 
and Matters, whereby, it is hoped, the contents of the book will be easily 
accessible, not only to local antiquaries, genealogists, and others, 
but also to those who have the more serious end in view — namely, the 
compilation of original materials for the future history of Derbyshire. 
In the preparation of the Index the Editor has been much assisted by 
the careful work of Mr. E. E. Taylor, the Curator of Sir H. H. Bemrose's 
Library at Derby. 

The Editor wishes tO' thank most cordially the following noblemen, 
gentlemen, and ladies, who have acceded so willingly to his applications 
for the use of their charters, viz. ; — The Right Hon. Lord Scarsdale, 
of Kedleston; the Hon. Henry J. Coke, of Longford; the Right Hon. 

F. J. S. Foljambe, of Osberton, Notts.; Sir E. O. Every, Bart., and 
Godfrey Mosley, esq., of Derby, his trustee; Sir Ralph H. S. Wilmot, 
Bart., of Chaddesden, and Miss Wilmot; Gen. John Talbot Coke, 
of Trusley; Col. William Langton Coke, of Brookhill; C. E. B. Bowles, 
esq., of Wirksworth; Miss de Rodes (now Mrs. Locker-Lampson), of 
Barlborough Hall ; Charles Drury, esq., of Sheffield ; W. Drury Lowe, esq., 
of Locko; W. R. Holland, esq., of Ashbourne; Mrs. Mundy, of 
Markeaton; Haughton C. Okeover, esq., of Okeover; Mrs. Pole-Gell, 
of Hopton; R. R. Redmayne, esq., Chapter Clerk at Lichfield; 

G. Trevelyan Lee, esq.. Town Clerk of Derby; and to Henry J. Ellis, 
esq., of the Manuscript Dept., British Museum, for valuable assistance 
in dating, etc., the twelfth century charters. Also to many others in the 
County who have aided him by their advice and suggestions in his efforts 
to find out the hiding-places of these manuscript treasures; the editors 
of printed books bearing on the subject ; the oiwners of private catalogues ; 
and to the writers of various articles in the Journals of the Derbyshire 
Archaeological and Natural History Society, all of which works the 
Editor has ventured to make use of. 



Preface. vii 

But chiefly are his thanks due and offered to Sir H. H. Bemrose, 
the instigator and promoter of the book, who has met all the Editor's 
suggestions in a most generous and public-spirited manner, and at whose 
expense the volume is published. His devotion to all that concerns 
the County is well known, but if this publication should prove to be 
acceptable and useful at all, it will be chiefly owing to him, and he 
will have added one more to his many services to the Town and County 
of Derby. 

I. H. JEAYES. 

British Museum. 

March, 1906. 



Contents. 



PAGE 

References after Abstracts, Explanation of ix 

Corrigenda xi 

Derbyshire Charters - - i 
Indexes : — 

Places 355 

Names - - - 3^9 

Matters - - 481 

Owners and Sources of Charters- ' - - 485 



Explanation of the References 

AT THE END OF EACH ABSTRACT. 



Those Private Collections marked with an Asterisk have 

BEEN examined BY THE EDITOR. 



Add. = Additional Charters, British Museum. 

Campb. = Campbell 

Cott. = Cotton 

Eg. = Egerton 

Harl. = Harley 

Lansd. = Lansdowne 

Stowe = Stowe 

Toph. = Topham 

WoU. = WoUey 

P. R. O. = Public Record Office. (Cal. of Ancient Charters.) 

D.ofL. = Ducty of Lancaster. (Taken from the Thirty-fifth Report of PuBlic 
Records, Appendix I.) 
*Beinrose = Deeds in the possession of Sir H. H. Bemrose. 

Berkeley = Deeds at Berkeley Castle. (From the Printed Catalogue; Ed., I. H. 

Jeayes.) 
*Bowles = Deeds in the possession of C. E. B. Bowles, Esq., of Wirksworth. 
*Brookhill = Deeds in the possession of Colonel W. L. Coke, of Brookhill. 

Burdett = Deeds in the possession of Sir F. Burdett,! at Foremark. 

Chest. Mun. = The Muniments of Chesterfield Corporation. (From the Printed 
Catalogue, by J. Pym Yeatman, Esq.) 

D. A. J. = Derbyshire Archaological Journal. 

Debdale v. Trusley. 
*Derby Mun. = The Muniments of Derby Corporation. 
*de Rodes = Deeds of Miss de Rodes, of Barlborough Hall. 
*Drury = The Beresford Charters, formerly in the possession of J. F. Lucas, Esq., 
of Bentley Hall, from whom they passed to Charles Drury, Esq., 
of Sheffield, their present owner. 

1 Taken from The Topographer (1790), Vol. II., pp. 264-285, and from Bigsby's 
History of Repton. 



X Explanation of the References. 

*Druiy Lowe = Deeds of W. Drury Lowe, Esq., of Locko. 

*Eveiy = Deeds of Sir E. O. Every, Bart., at EggintOD. (By permission of the 

Trustees.) 
*Foljambe = Deeds of the Right Hon. F. J. S. Foljambe, of Osberton. 
Gregory = " penes J. Gregory, of Overton." (Kerry Transcripts.) 

Gresley = Deeds of Sir Robert Gresley, Bart., at Drakelowe. (From the Printed 
Catalogue; Ed., I. H. Jeayes.) 

Hallowes = "Deeds of Rev. B. Hallowes, of Glapwell." (Kerry Transcripts.) 
*HolIand = Deeds in the possession of W. R. Holland, Esq., of Ashbourne. 

Horton = The Horton Charters. (From Ussher's History of Croxall.) 

*Kedleston = Deeds of the Right Hon. Lord Scarsdale, at Kedleston. 

Kerry = The transcripts made by Rev. C. Kerry (now in the possession of 
Sir H. H. Bemrose) from various collections. 

'Lichfield = The Muniments at Lichfield Cathedral. 

*Longford = Deeds of Hon. H. J. Coke, at Longford. 

*Mundy = Deeds of Mrs. Mundy, at Markeaton. 

Ogston = " Ogston Hall Charters." (Kerry Transcripts.) 
*Okeover = Deeds of H. C. Okeover, Esq., of Okeover. 
*Pole-Gell = Deeds of the late H. Chandos-Pole-Gell, Esq., of Hopton Hall. 

R. D. G. = Robinson's Derbyshire Gatherings (1866). 

Reliquary = Jewitt's Reliquary. 

Roper = A few Calk Abbey Charters taken from Harl. MS. 2044 (British 
Museum), and stated there to be in the possession of " S. Roper, 
of Monks Kirby." 

*Trusley = Deeds of General J. T. Coke, of Trusley, late of Debdale. 

*Wilmot = Deeds of Sir R. H. S. Wilmot, Bart., at Chaddesden. 



Corrigenda. 



p. 23 (No. 176, 1. 3), for Coinhull read 

Cornhill. 
P. 25 (No. 189, 1. 10), for circ. 1254 

read ante 1254. 
P. 27 (No. 209, 1. 5), for Amine read 

Avyne. 
P. 31 (No. 238, 1. 2), for Comton read 

Comtun. 
P. 31 (No. 238, 1. \i),for Ashenden read 

Ashdovra. 
P. 39 (No. 301), after Steneidale read 

[? Stevoidale], 
P. 54 (No. 431, 1. 2), omit to Robert fil. 

Rog. de la Grene. 
P. 65 (No. 523, 1. 3), for bailiff read 

bailiffs. 
P. 66 (No. 528)5 for circ. 1129-1139 read 

[1132-1136]. 
P. 68 (No. 531, I. 9), for capiti read 

caput. 
P. 75 (No. 578, 1. 2), for ? CO. Derby 

read co. Bedf. 
P. 76 (No. 590, 1. 2), after Nye add 

[? Nyke]. 
P. 85 (headline), for Chelardiston read 

Chellaston. 
P. 86 (No. 677, 1. 3), for Avery [daugh- 
ter?] read Avine [wife]. 
P. 96 (No. 772), for Koryfsmythe read 

Knyfsmythe. 
P. 102 (No. 827, 1. 5), for Swaloc read 

Swaloe. 
P. 112 (No. 912, 1. 5), for Maweyswn 

read Maweysyn. 
P. 121 (No. 985, 1. 3), for de read le. 
P. 135 (No. 1092, 1. i), for Hinknes- 

hille read Hinkreshille. 
P. 147 (No. 1 198, 1. 3), for Staverley 

read Beverley. 
P. 147 (No. 1200, 1. 8), for Mergawute 

read Mergawnte. 
P. 148 (No. 1201, 1. 4), for Flexhuwere 

read Fleschewere. 
P. 165 (N. 1349, 1. i), after Kyvetone 

add [? for Knyvetone]. 
P. 176 (No. 1431, 1. s), for CornhuU 

read Cornhill. 
P. 181 (No. 1469, 1. 9), for justa read 

juxta. 
P. 2i2j No. 1700 should be under 
"Middleton, Stoney." 



P. 218 (No. 1741, 1. 2), for Philip read 

Philippa, 
P. 220 (No. 1752, 1. 3), for Hubeit read 

Herbert. 
P. 227 (No. 1813), for Oslaston read 

Osliston. 
P. 230 (No. 1833, 1. 4), for 170 read 

1270. 
P. 233 (No. 1868, I. 7), for 1399 read 

1422. 
P. 246 (No. 1954, 1. 8), for Muligny read 

Suligny. 
P. 25s (No. 2022, 1. 7), for Humelun 

read Hamelun. 
P. 255 (No. 2026, 1. 5), for Masey read 

Mascy. 
P. 278 (No. 2194, 1. 3), for Richard read 

Robert. 
P. 282 (No. 2227, 1. 3), for Fieynan 

read Freyman. 
P. 283 (No. 2233, 1. 6, 2235, 1. 6), for 

Smetheby read Smetheley. 
P. 285 (No. 2253, 1. 2), for Hartbill 

read Harthill. 
P. 290 (No. 2288, 1. 5), for Waddeley 

read Waldeley. 
P. 304 (No. 2396, 1. 3), for Heles read 

Hales. 
P. 306 (No. 2412, 1. 4), for 1306 read 

1366. 
P. 310 (No. 2450, 1. 2), for Ballok read 

BuUok. 
P. 310 (No. 2455, 1. 5), for Uwerthorp 

read Ulkerthorp. 
P. 314 (1. 17), for Cubley read Sudbury. 
P. 325 (No. 2580, 1. 2), for Nulcrum 

read Hulcrume. 
P. 329 (No. 2607, 1. 4), for 4 Edw. II. 

[1310] read 4 Ric. II. [1380]. 
P. 329 (No. 2611, 1. 8), for seriuens 

read seruiens. 
P. 336 (No. 2660, 1. I, 5), for Cloptone 

Claptone read Hopton. 
P. 336 (No. 2665, 1. 4), for Daron read 

Baron. 
P. 338 (No. 268r, line 4), for his read 

her. 
P. 341 (No. 2712, 1. 5), for Monseye read 

Monjoye. 
P. 343 (No. 2720, 1. 5), for Knyvete 

read Knyvet[on]. 



Derbyshire Charters. 



ABNEY, IN Hope. 
(Abbenay, Abbeney, Abbeneye, Abneye.) 

1. Grant from William de Barkystun and Marjory, his wife, to 
Robert de Abbeneye, of a bovate of land in Abbeneye. Witn. Oljrver 
de Langeford, Simon de Gonsyl, John de Baraforde, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (WoU. viii. I.) 

2. Release from William fil. Joh. Fox, de OfFerton, to Thomas 
del Cloughe of a messuage and a bovate of land in Abbeneye. Witn. 
Richard le Archer, Peter de Shatton, Richard Fox, etc. Dat. Offerton, 
W. in Pentecost [25 May], 10 Edw. II. [1317]. (Woll. viii. 4.) 

3. Grant from John fil. Rob. de Baggeschawe de Abbeney, to 
William de Baggeschawe, of a messuage and a bovate of land in 
Abbeney. Witn. John Larchere, Thomas Larchere, John Hebbe, etc. 
Dat. S. a. All Saints [i Nov.], 4 Ric. II. [1380]. (Woll. viii. 8.) 

4. Release from John Abbenay, of Castelton, to John Wylde of 
Abbenay, of lands in Abbenay. Dat. Hope, S. b. F. of St. George 
[23 Apr.], 21 Ric. II. [1398]. (Woll. viii. 3.) 

5. Power of Attorney by John Alott, capellanus, to Thomas 
Woderove of Hope, to deliver seisin to Thomas Bagscha of Abnaye, 
of lands in Abneye. Dat. F. of St. Juliana [16 Feb.], 18 Hen. VI. 
[1440]. (Woll. viii. 9.) 

6. Lease for 86 years from the Abbot and Convent of the 
Blessed Virgin Mary of Rufford [Co. Notts.], to Ralph Eyre of 
Offirton, of the Grange of Abney. Dat. Rufford, 5 Feb., I473W- 
(Woll. ii. 80.) 

7. Quitclaim from Thurstan Hall of Overhurst to Roger 
Foliambe of Lynacre Hall, esquire, of all his lands, etc., within the 
vill and field of Abney. Witn. Richard Bouthe of Abney, Renald 
Bouthe, William Kede, William Bradscha of Lynacre Hall, Gilbard 
Schaw of Walton. Dat. at Lynacre-hall in the parish of Brampton, 
14 Apr., 10 Hen. VIII. [15 19]. (Bowles.) 

ABNEY V. also under Bradwell, Chesterfield, Offerton. 
ALDERCAR v. under CODNOR. 



2 Alderwasley. 

ALDERWASLEY. 

(Alderwashele, Alderwaslegh, Alderwasleghe, 
Allerwaslegh.) 

8. Extract of court held at Beaur [Beaurepair] on Th. b. F. of 
All Saints [i Nov.], 12 Edw. IV. [1462], recording the surrender of a 
messuage and land in Alderwaslegh by John Patton to the use of 
John Valens and Katherine his wife, dau. of the said John Patton, 
who were thereupon admitted. (Pole-Gell.) 

9. Extract of court held at Holand on Th. a. F. of St. Valentine 
[14 Feb.], 22 Edw. IV. [1483], recording the surrender by John 
Valence and Katherine his wife, of a messuage and land in Allerwas- 
legh and their re-admission. (Pole-Gell.) 

10. Extract of court held at Duffeld on Th. b. F. of St. Gregory 
[12 Mar.], 5 Hen. VII. [1490], recording the surrender by Thomas 
Hervy, of Workesworth, of various enclosed lands in Alderwaslegh to 
the use of Thomas Wyggeley, of Callow, thereupon admitted. (Pole- 
Gell.) 

11. Grant from Richard Norton of Alderwasleghe and Thomas, his 
son, to Richard Saucheverell, gent., of lands in Alderwasleghe, and 
appointing attorneys. Dat. 15 JDec, 19 Hen. VII. [1503]. (WoU. iii. 19.) 

12. Extract of court held at Beaurepair, 2 Aug., 12 Henry VIII. 
[1520], recording the surrender by Richard Valance of a messuage and 
land in Alderwashele, which he held jointly with Katherine his mother, 
to the use of John Valance his brother. (Pole-Gell.) 

13. Extract of court held 3 May, 38 Hen. VIII. [1546], recording 
the admission of Henry Sacheverell, esquire, son and heir of Ralph 
Sacheverell, to land in Alderwasley, and a cottage, etc., in Ashleyhey. 
(Pole-Gell.) 

ALDWARK, in Bradborne. 
(Aldewerk, Aldewerke, Aldwork, Audewerk.) 

14. Lease, for 40 years, from Ranulph de Snetirton to William de 
Ibole, of land in Audewerk; rent loi. Witn. Roger de Wedenisley, 
Henry de Cromforde, Henry, son of Thomas de Hopton, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 1289. (Woll. x. 5.) 

15. Grant from Ranulph fil. Ran. de Snyterton to John fil. Ric. 
Knot de Bontessale, of a toft and lands in Aldwork; rent during 40 
years, is., and after that time 10 marks. Witn. Ranulph de Snyterton, 
de Hopton, John le Porter, etc. Dat. Aldewerke, S. a. Michaelmas 
[29 Sept.], 3 Edw. II. [1309]. (Woll. X. 8.) 

16. Grant from Ranulph fil. Ranulphi de Snyterton to William 
fil. Ade de Middelton, of lands in Aldewerk; rent for 40 years, 105., 
and after that period 10 marks. Witn. Ranulph de Snyterton, sen., 
Henry de Hopton, William de Hopton, etc. Dat. F. of St. Edmund, 
Abp. [16 Nov.], 3 Edw. II. [1309]. (Woll. X. 11.) 



Alfreton. 3 

17. Grant from Ranulph fil. Ran. de Snuterton to William de 
IbuUe de Aldewerke and Agnes, his wife, of a messuage and lands 
in Aldewerke, for life or for 2 o^y ears;. rent, during 20 years, los., and 
afterwards looj. Witn. Dom. Robert de Ibull, perpetual vicar of 
Assheburne, Henry de Hoptone, John fil. Radulfi de Aldewerk, etc. 
Dat. Michaelmas, 1310. (Woll. x. 6.) 

18. Grant, for life, from Ranulph fil. Ranulfi junioris de Sniterton, 
to William de Ibulle de Aldewerke, and Agnes, his wife, and Nicholas, 
their son, of a messuage and lands in Aldewerke, their heirs to hold 
the same for 53 years in case of their decease within that period, at a 
rent during that time of lo^., and afterwards 100^. Witn. Dom. Robert 
de Ibul, perpetual vicar of Assheburne, Henry de Hopton, John fil 
Joh. de Aldewerke, etc. Dat. Sat. b. F. of SS. Philip and James 
[i May], 1317. (Woll. x. 10.) 

19. Grant, in free marriage, from Ralph fil. Joh. de Bondissale of 
Aldewerke, to Roger Colte and Yngelesia, daughter of the said Ralph, 
of lands in Aldewerke; rent li. Witn. Robert de Wordisleye, Henry 
fil. Thome de Hopton, Henry de le How, in Aldewerke, etc. Temp. 
Edw. II. (Woll. X. 16.) 

20. Grant for life from William de Attelowe and Agnes, his wife, 
of two messuages and lands in Aldewerke; rent, \qs. Sd. Dat. 
Wirkesworthe, F. of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 42 Edw. III. [1368]. 
(Woll. X. 12.) 

21. Defeasance by John Leeke of Sutton-in-the-Dale, Esq., of a 
bond given by Thomas Saucheverell, of Kyrkby in Asshfeld, Co. Notts, 
etc., for delivery of title deeds of lands in Aldewerke, with waiver of 
claim upon two deeds specified at length. Dat. 20 Nov., 19 Hen. VII. 
[1503]. (Woll. X. 15.) 

ALFRETON. 

22. Release from Thomas de Chawrthe, mil., to Simon fil. Petri de 
Grenhulle, of a rent of 21^., part of a rent of ^s. gd., due from him 
for lands in Alfertone. Witn. Rob. Sautcheverel, mil., Ranulph de Wan- 
desleya, mil., Rob. de Watenhow, etc. Dat. Nortone, T. bef. F. of 
B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 12 Edw. I. [1284]. (Woll. i. 21.) 

23. Confirmation by John Markham, Richard Byngham, Robert 
Clyfton, and others, as feoffees of Thomas Chaworth, to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., for life, of the stewardship of the manors of Alfreton, Norton and 
Williamthorp, and of all other lands, etc., in co. Derby which they hold 
to the use of the said Thomas, with a yearly fee of 40.S. Dat. 15 Sept., 
14 Edw. IV. [1474]. (Foljambe.) 

24. Lease, for 33 years, from Henry Wylloughby, Esq., to Robert 
Wilson and Agnes, his wife, for ;£iS, in pursuance of an award made 
in a dispute between Cristofer Fitz-Randolph, of Westwood, Co. Notts., 
gent., and Jane, his wife, with the said Henry, of lands called Birrch- 
wood, in Alfreton; rent 4 marks. Dat. 24 Sept., 34 Hen. VIII. [1542]. 
(Woll. xii. 136.) 



4 Alkmonton. 

ALKMONTON. 

25 Letter from Rodbert de Bakepus, dominus de Alkemunton, 
whefeby licence is granted to the Hospital of St Leonard at Alkemunton 
to enclose a nook of land in le Horestone, and a place of land m the 
waste of le Fertewode, which John de Bakepuz, dominus de Barton, 
had given to the said Hospital. Witn. Dom. John de Longforde, mil., 
Dom Giles de Memel, mil., Henry, dominus de Benteleye, etc. 
Temf. Hen. HL or Edw. L (Woll. vi. i.) 

ALLESTREE v. under Castleton. 

ALPORT, IN YOULGRAVE. 

26 Letter testimonial from Rauf Saucheverell, squier, and John 
Saucheverell, his son and heir apparent, that a yearly rent of io:f and 
the suit to Aldeport mill, released by them to Henry Alyn and Nicholas, 
his son, were never entailed to them nor to any of their ancestors. 
Dat. Th. a. Michaelmas, 2 Ric. IH. [1484]- (Woll. n. 33.) 

ALPORT V. also under Bakewell, HaddoN. 

ALSOP-LE-DALE. 

(Alshop, Alsope.) 

27. Grant from Roger de Huncesdon to Thomas de Bradeford, 
of Richard and Adam, filii Walter! fil. Galfridi de Huncesdon, his nativi, 
-with all their following, goods and chattels in Huncesdon [? Hanson 
Grange]. Witn. Robert de Thorp, John de Thorp, Adam de Thorp, 
Ralph Rufus, Ralph fil. Ranulfi, Richard fil. Nagge, Richard fil. Rad. 
de Thorp. Early Hen. IH. (Okeover.) 

28. Grant from Henry fil. Ranulfi de Alsope to Thomas, his brother, 
of the land which Matilda de Sippele some time held in Alsope, to 
hold by service of one pair of gloves on the F. of St. James. Witn. 
Jurdin de Snuterton, Roger de Wentlesle, Robert de Thorp, Robert 
de Huncesdon, John de Cramphord, Rachenald de Karsint[on]. Temf. 
Hen. HI. (Holland.) 

29. Grant from Richard fil. Petri de Huncedon to Henry fil. Thome 
de Alsop of three acres of land in Huncedon [? Hanson, nr. Alsop], 
lying between the land of Burton Abbey and of Roger Cokayn. Witn. 
Stephen de Irton, Geoffrey Martel, de Peverwiz, Hugh Bonseriant de 
Thorpe, etc. (?) Temp. Henry IH. (Holland.) 

30. Grant from Henry fil. Thome de Alsop to John Morkoc de 
Essebum of 20 acres of land and a croft in the fields of Alsop, with 
three buildings within his court in Alsop. Witn. Stephen de Irton, 
Henry de Kniveton, Roger de Bradeburn, Ranulph de Alsop, Thomas 
de Mapelton. Dat. Fr. aft. Epiphany [6 Jan.], 1287. (Holland.) 

31. Grant from Henry fil. Thome de Alsop to Dom. Walter de 
Lich', chaplain, " et duabus nutritis suis scilicet Avicie et Margarie 
juniori de filiabus suis," of a toft with buildings in Alsop, which toft 
extends from the King's highway to the croft of his own house ; with 
other land at Le Rewestones, etc., in Alsop. Witn. Ranulf de Alsop, 
Richard de Morleye, Herbert fil. Herberti, Ralph Scherecroft, etc. 
[? late thirteenth century.] (Holland.) 



Alsop-le-Dale. 5 

32. Grant from Henry Wilchar of Alsop with consent of Agnes, 
his wife, to Ranulph fil. Henrici de Alsop, of a house and six acres of 
land in the fields of Alsop. Witn. Ranulph de Alsop, John fil. Johannis 
de Alsop, Ralph Schercroft, of Eyton, etc. Circ. 1300. (Holland.) 

33. Grant from Ranulph de Alsop fil. Henrici de Alsop to 
Roger Chaumberleyn, parson of Rerisby [Rearsby, Co. Leic], of all his 
land in Alsop. Witn. Ranulph de Alsop, John fil. Thome de Alsop, 
John fil. Simonis de Alsop, etc. Dat. T. aft. F. of St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 
131 1. (Holland.) 

34. Grant from Ralph fil. Johannis de Alsop to Ranulph fil. Henrici 
de Alsop, of the third part of a messuage and land in Alsop, namely, 
that messuage which Henry fil. Herberti holds on le Rugweye, and 
the land lying on Le Pykestonlondes, Dalesyde, Hulliforlong, Oldepfne, 
and Pynhul, with the reversion of two roods in Alsop which Letitia, 
widow of John de Alsop, holds in dower. Witn. Ranulph fil. Ranulphi 
de Alsop, Henry fil. Roberti de Alsop, Henry Parsey, de Fennybentileye, 
etc. Dat. S. b. Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 6 Edw. II. [13 13]. 
(Holland.) 

35. Attorney from Margaret fil. Ranulphi fil. Henrici de Alsop 
to Thomas de Thurmeston, to receive seisin of the lands which her 
father gave her in Alsop. Dat. M. a. Pur. [2 Feb.], iX2(i\i\, 
(Holland.) 

36. Quitclaim from Beatrix que fuit uxor Ranulphi fil. Henrici de 
Alsop to Margaret dau. of the said Ranulph, her late husband, of all 
the latter's lands in Alsop. Witn. William Cordel, de Castre, William 
le Eyr, William Waryn, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Peter in cathedra 
[22 Feb.], i326[7]. (Holland.) 

37. Similar Quitclaim from Dionisia fil. Henrici de Alsop to the 
said Margaret of the same lands. Witn. Ranulph de Alsop, Thomas de 
Estafford de Asscheboume en le Pek, Thomas Adam, etc. Dat. 
Th. a. F. of St. Matthias [24 Feb.], i326[7]. (Holland.) 

38. Grant from Margaret fil. Ranulphi de Alsop to John de 
Kynardsey of all the lands, etc., which she had of the feoffment of her 
father in Alsop. Witn. Thomas Wythir, Dom. Hugh Mene[l], William 
de Byrchouyr, Roger de Tystyngton, Ranulph de Alsop. Dat. Stamford, 
Fr. a. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], i Edw. III. [1327]. (Holland.) 

39. Quitclaim from Ranulph, dominus de Alsop, to John de 
Kynardesey of the tenements which the latter had from Margaret fil. 
Ranulphi de Alsop, his kinsman, in Alsop. Witn. John de Mighers, 
William Brian, John de Kynardesey, jun. Dat. 1327. (Holland.) 

40. Grant from Richard Aleyn of Alsop to John de Kynardeseye 
of two messuages, etc., in Alsop. Witn. William de Bientelegh, Richard 
de la Pole, Robert Foucher, etc. Dat. Beh. of St. John B. [29 Aug.], 
I Edw. III. [1327]. (Holland.) 

41. Quitclaim from Hugh de Kynardesaye to William fil. Johannis 
de Kynardesey, his brother, and Elizabeth, his wife, of all the lands 
which he had by grant from Dom. John de Kynardesseye in Alsop. 
Dat. F. of Circumcision [i Jan.], 19 Edw. III. [1346]. (Holland.) 

42. Release from John Shepherd of Alshop al. John fil. Johannis 
fil. Willelmi de Stanshop to Robert Kynardeseye de Lokkeslegh of a 



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messuage and two bovates of land in Alshop [Alsop] which John de 
Dale holds. Witn. Thomas Dethek de Uttoxhatr', Thomas Alshop, 
William Walkere, etc. Dat. Uttoxhatre [Uttoxeter], Vig. of SS. Peter 
and Paul [29 June], 9 Hen. IV. [1408]. (Holland.) 

43. Lease for 60 years from Sir Henry Sacheverell, of Morley, to 
Thomas Alsop, of Alsop-in-le-Dale, of a messuage in Alsop-lee-Dale, in 
which he now dwells, at a yearly rent ; and to find the said Sir Henry 
"an able horse and hames for oone man to do the kynge seruyce" 
when demanded. Dat. 24 March, 26 Hen. VIII. [1535]- (Drury.) 

ALSOP V. also under Parwich. 

ALSTONLEIGH v. under COMBS, in Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

ALVASTON. 

(Alewoldestone, Alwaldeston, Alwaston, 
Ayllewastone.) 

44. Grant from Oliver de Sautcheuerel to the Nuns of St. Mary de 
Pratis, Derbeye, of two messuages, which Richard Wildy and Simon 
Tinctor [Dyer] held in Alewoldestone. Witn. Dom. W[illiam] de 

Muschamp, Archdeacon of Derby, Mag. N , " Officialis," Hugh de 

Ekyntone, etc. Early Hen. III. (WoU. viii. 62.) 

45. Grant from Roger fil. Galfridi le Chamberleng to the Canons 
of the Blessed Virgin de Parco Stanleye [Dale Abbey] of an acre of 
land in Alwaldeston. Witn. Thomas Hanselin, Robert de Haregeve, 
Stephen fil. Burge, etc. Circ. 1270. (Bemrose.) 

46. Acknowledgment by John de Staunton of the receipt of 
10 marks for rent of the manor of Alwaston from Ralph de Freschevile, 
dominus de . . . ouch. Dat. Derby, Fr. a. F. of St. Luke 
[18 Oct.]. 17 Edw. I. [1289]. (Hail. 86 I. 3.) 

47. Grant from John Griffyn, dominus de Ayllewaston, and 
Elizabeth, his wife, to Dom. Richard de Wylughby, mil. of the moiety 
of the manor, etc., of Ayllewaston, which fell to the said John and 
Elizabeth on the death of Dom. William Fawel, mil. Witn. William 
Rosel, William Chaddesden, milites, William Sawcheverel, Simon Pouger, 
de Willesthorp, William Michel, John Suet, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of 
St. Lucy [13 Dec], 16 Edw. IL (1322]. (Add. 6,106 i.) 

ALVASTON V. also under BOULTON. 

APPERKNOWL v. under Unstone. 

APPLEBY. 

48. Quitclaim from Thomas, Rector of Appelby, to Laurence [de 
S. Edwardo], Abbot, and the Convent of Burthon [Burton-on-Trent] of 
tithes, Peter's pence, and other payments formerly claimed by him from 
the Abbey tenants in his parish, including fourpence for every marriage 
ceremony. Witn. Dom. Geoffrey de Appelby, Walter de Stretton, 
Wilham, parson of Stretton, etc. [1229-1260.] (Stowe 48.) 



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APPLETREE HUNDRED. 

49- Acquittance by Robert Belle, yeoman of the King's Chamber, 
to Ralph Illyngworth, Ralph Meynell, Piers Pole, William Coke, and 
William Huet, collectors of tenths in the hundred of Appultre, for 
^47 8(f. Dat. 26 June, 4 Hen, VII. [1489]. (Woll. viii. 69.) 

ASH, NEAR Etwall. 

50. Quitclaim from John de Rocheford, de comitatu de Derby to 
John Freman, of four acres of land abutting on Tulcroft in the fields 
of Assh, and other land there lying on Holeweye, with two selions in 
the same fields " apud Stantune Slade," and a rent in Assh. Witn. 
Dom. Robert de Tuiford, mil., John le Bek, Adam de Boutton. Dat. 
apud Assh, Th. aft. Christmas, 38 Edw. III. [1364I Seal of arms, 
defaced. (Brookhill.) 

ASHBOURNE. 

(ASCHBURNE, ASCHEBURNE, ASHBOURN, ASHEBURN, 

ASHEBURNE, ASSCHEBORNE, ASSCHEBURN, ASSCHEBURNE, 

ASSEBURN, ASSHBURN, ASSHBURNE, ASSHEBOURNE, 

ASSHEBURN, ASSHEBURNE, ESBURNIA, ESSEBURN.) 

51. Confirmation by William de Ferrar [iis], Comes Dereb', to 
Ralph de Mungai of land in Hunderwude [Underwood] in the manor 
of Asseburn, which he held when the said William recovered the 
Wapentake of Wirk[sworth] ; rent 4^. Witn. William de Rideware 
tunc senescallus, Robert fil. Walkel[in], Jordan de Touke, Herbert de 
Merlee, Robert de Bella fide, Thomas de Ednesoure, Robert de 
Aluithleg'. Temp. John. (Woll. ix. 5.) 

52. Grant from Serlo de Grendon to Walter fil. Humfridi of a 
toft in Campedene between the two tofts held by Geoffrey Hiepe. Witn. 
William, capellanus, Simon de Sancto Mauro, Robert and William, filii 
Joce, Richard Hokebroc, Robert Clericus, Geoffrey Hiepe, Robert Telar. 
Temp. John. (Woll. vi. 42.) 

53. Grant from Roger fil. Rob. de Underwod to Roger fil. Ran. de 
Mercinton, of half an acre of land in Winhul, extending towards 
Scolebroc ; rent, a barbed arrow. Witn. Evo de Taddel', Richard fil. 
Rogeri de eadem, Richard fil. Ran. de Underwode, John de Offedecot, 
William fil. Inguses. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 6.) 

54. Quitclaim from John de Lea and Idonea his wife to Hugh de 
Acauere of a toft which they held sometime from the latter in Esseburn. 
Witn. Robert de Esseburn, Robert de Wennesleg, John de Offedecote, 
Henry de Alsop, Thomas de Esseburn, Roger de le Wodehus, William 
Puterel, etc. Late Hen. III. (Okeover.) 

55. Quitclaim from Robert fil. Philippi de Esseburn to Nicholas 
de Clyfton of an acre and a half of land in Meyele in the territory of 
Esseburn, namely, that land which the said Robert obtained from Henry 
Fenekelspire, before the King's Justices at Westminster. Witn. Thomas 
de Tiddeswell, William de Bokestones, Symon de Tuttebyre, Robert 
de Tissinton, John Like. Temp. Edw. I. (Okeover.) 



8 Ashbourne. 

56. Grant, in tail, by Richard de Marchinton, miles, to Thomas 
fil. Ade de Asshebum, of lands near Scolebrok, in Asshebum', in the 
fees of Bradeley and Underwode; rent, 5^. Witn. Will Cokeyn of 
Asshebum', Will de Knyveton' of the same, Roger de Marchinton, 
Richard Hervi, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. ix. 61.) 

57. Grant from Brian, carpentarius de Asshebum, to William his 
son and Agnes his wife, of a messuage and buildings in Asshebume 
lying between a tenement which Thomas de Stafford held, and a 
tenement of the said William. Witn. William Cokayn, William de 
Stafford, John his son, Geoffrey de Quickeshull. Dat. Asshebum, 
S. b. Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 6 Edw. 11. [1313]. (Drury.) 

58. Covenant, whereby William fil. Hen. de Knyveton re-grants 
to William fil. Dom. Matthei de Knyvetone lands in Asshebume; rent, 
a rose. Witn. Dom. Roger de Bradebume, Nicholas de Merchintone, 
Serlo de Mountejoye, etc. Dat. Bradel', F. of Conv. of St. Paul 
[25 Jan.], 6 Edw. II. [1313]. (Woll. vi. 32.) 

59. Grant from John fil. Dom. Rogeri de Bradeburn, mil., to 
Margery fil. Mathei de Knyveton de Bradeleye, of a messuage with 
buildings upon it, etc., in Asshebum. Witn. William Cokeyn, of 
Asshebum, Thomas fil. Ade, of the same, William de Kniveton, Roger 
de Marchinton, Robert de Cluware. Dat. F. of St. Peter ad vincula 
[i Aug.], 131 9. (Okeover.) 

60. Grant from Henry de Clifton de Asshebum to Thomas de 
la Phole de Asshebum, of a toft in Asshebum lying at the head of the 
town between the high road and the land which Roger de Bradeburn 
held, and extending from the high road leading to Offidecote up to the 
curtilages in Motterlone. Witn. William Cokeyn, bailiff of Asshebum, 
William de Knyveton, of Asshebum, Robert de Cloware, Richard Herui, 
Henry de Mapilton, Hugh fil. Roberti de Asshebum, Richard de Derleye, 
clericus. Dat. Asshebum, Mor. of Conv. of St. Paul [26 Jan.], i326[7]. 
(Okeover.) 

61. Grant from Isabella que fuit uxor Willelmi de Stafford de 
Asshebum to Dom. Robert de Clifton de Asshebum, of a messuage, etc., 
in Asshebum, one head extending to the high road and the other to 
Scolbrok. Witn. Thomas fil. Ade de Asshebum, William de Knyveton, 
Richard Heruy, Laurence de Acouere, etc. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Gregory 
[i2 Mar.], 1 33 1. (Dmry.) 

62. Release from William fil. Hen. de Mapultone to William fil. 
Matthei de Knyvetone, of Asschebume, of a rent of 6^. td. from a 
tenement in Asschebume. Witn. Thomas fil. Thome, Adam de 
Asschebume, John de Holond, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St Michael 
[29 Sept.], 5 Edw. III. [1331]. (Woll. vi. i8.) 

63. Grant, for two lives, from William de Bradeleye and William 
de Hultone, chaplains, to William fil. Matthei de Knyvetone and 
Margery, his wife, of a messuage in Asschebume, with remainder to 
Henry and others, their sons. Witn. William de Mapulton, of Assche- 
bume, John Cokayn, Thomas fil. Thome, etc. Dat. F a Exalt of 
H. Cross [14 Sept.], 7 Edw. III. [1333]. (Woll. vi. 19.) 

64. Grant from William fil. Matthei de Knyvetone to Dom. William 
de Bradeleye and Dom. William de Hultone, chaplains, of a messuage 
in Asschebume. Witn^ William de Mapulton, of Asschebume, John 
Cokayn, Thomas fil. Thome Adam, etc. Dat. Th a Nat of thf> 
B.V.M. [8 Sept.], 7 Edw. III. [1333]. (Woll. vi. 20) 



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63. Grant from John de Holond, of Ashbourne, to Henry Ailmot 
and Alice his daughter of 100 shillingsworth of rent in Asshebourne 
from lands which belonged to Hugh fil. Rob. fil. Hugonis for the 
payment of which the said John binds himself, his heirs, executors, and 
all his tenements in Ashbourne. Witn. William de Knyveton, John 
Cokein, John de Lymistre, Robert de Clifton, Thomas Adam. Dat. 
M. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 8 Edw. HI. [1334]- (Okeover.) 

66. Grant from William de Knyvetone, of Assheburne, to Robert, 
his son, of two places of land with edifices in Assheburne, with remainder 
to Nicholas and John, sons of the grantor. Witn. Ralph le Ken, Will 
de Eytone, Henry de Mapultone, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of St. Matthew 
[21 Sept.], II Edw. III. [1337]. (Woll. vi. 21.) 

67. Grant from Ralph de Shirley and Margaret, his wife, to Ralph 
de la Pole de Hertyndon of the lands, etc., which descended to the said 
Margaret on the death of Walter Waltesheff, her father, in Adgaresly, 
Co. Staff., and in Asshebum, Bradeley, Knyveton, Peuerwych, Bradbume, 
and La Lee, near Bradburn, Co. Derb., except those lands which the 
said Walter held for term of the life of William de Hopton. Witn. 
William de Mapelton, William de Knyueton, John de Lemystre, Thomas 
de Matherfeld, of Asshebum, Richard Hervy, of the same, William le 
Aviner, William de la Dale, both of the same. Dat. apud Asshebum, 
F. of St. John B. [24 June], 12 Edw. IH. [1338]. (Okeover.) 

68. Lease for 8 years from John de Bretteby, of Burton-on-Trent, 
and Sibilla, his wife, to William de Waterfal, of eighteen pence annual 
rent from a " celda " in Asshebum lying between the " celda " of Adam 
Daird and the "celda" of Robert de Alstonefeld. Dat. S. b. F. of 
All Saints [i Nov.], 18 Edw. IIL [1344]- (Dmry.) 

69. Grant from Dom. Alexander de Cobbeley, chaplain, to Lettice, 
relicta Johannis de Knyveton and the heirs of their bodies, of a messuage, 
etc., in Assheburne, one head of which extends to the high road and 
another on the water called Scolbrok. Witn. John Cokayn, of 
Assheburne, Thomas Adam, John de la Pole, etc. Dat. Assheburne, 
F. of St. Giles, Abbot [i Sept.], 1351. (Dmry.) 

70. Grant from John fil. Hugonis de Asheburn to William Sterre, 
of the same, of a plot of land in Asheburn, with buildings upon it, etc., 
between the plots of Thomas le Locsmyht and Emma le Cok. Witn. 
John Cokayn, Thomas Adam, Adam de Bylley. Dat. M. a. F. of 
St. Luke [Oct. 18], 26 Edw. IH. [1352]. (Okeover.) 

71. Release from Johanna fil. Joh. Dounynge of Asscheborne to 
Nicholas de Knyvetone, of a messuage in Asscheburne. Witn. John 
Cokayne, John de Lemestre, Adam de Bylby, etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of 
St. George [23 Apr.], 32 Edw. IIL [1358]. (Woll. vi. 21a.) 

72. Release from Adam de Boleby, of Asshebume, and Alice, his 
wife, to Nicholas de Knyvetone, of the third part of a messuage and 
two cottages in Asshebume, which the said Nicholas had of the gift 
of John de Eyton, son of the said Alice. Witn. John Cokayne, of 
Asshebume, Thomas Adam, John de la Pole, of the same, etc. Dat. 
M. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 37 Edw. III. [1363], (Woll. vi. 25.) 

73. Grant from Thomas de Grattone fil. et her. Will, de Grattone 
to Nicholas de Knyvetone, of an annual rent of 8^. from tenements m 
Asshbume. Dat. F. of St. Peter "in cathedra" [22 Feb.], 45 Edw. III. 
[1371]. French. (Woll. vi. di') 



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74. Power or Attorney by Richard DestafFord, lord of Clyfton, 
to John de Astone, etc., to receive seisin of lands in Nedwode, Co. Staff., 
and Assheburne, and of the manor of Bredlawe [Broadlow Ash, in 
Thorpe], under a deed of feoffment made by Johan de la Pole. Dat. 
Westm. 47 Edw. III. [1373]- French. (Woll. vi. 59.) 

75. Quitclaim from Henry le Waluour de Asshebum to Edmund 
Cokayn de Assheburn of a messuage in Asshebum in Le Bruge-strete 
between the water of Skolobrok and the said Edmund's land, and of 
a meadow called Paradis in Clifton. Dat. Asshebum, Th. a. F. of 
St. Michael [29 Sept.], 2 Ric. II. [1378]. (Okeover.) 

76. Grant from John Cokayn, of Assheburne, to Philip de Okore, 
Knt., Henry Wallour, and WilHam Hayward, chaplains, of all his goods 
and chattels in Cos. Derby and Stafford or elsewhere. Witn. Nicholas 
de Stafford and John Basset, Knts., Roger de Bradburne, John de 
Bentley, Thomas Lymster, John de Eyton. Dat. Ashbourne, S. a. F. of 
St. Hilary [8 Jan.], 5 Ric. II. [1382]. (Okeover.) 

77. Grant from John de Okoure and Henry Wallour, chaplains, to 
John Crescy, rector of Longford, John Houbell, rector of Wynfeld, 
William de Monyash, vicar of Duffeld, John Fraunsoys, of Tykenale, 
and Thomas de Wombewell, of all the lands, etc., which John Cokayn, 
Knt., enfeoffed the said John and Henry with, in Asshebourne, Clyfton, 
Parwych, Kneueton, Irton, Styrton, Offtecote, and Underwod, Co. Derb., 
Malefeld and Snellefeld, Co. Staff. Witn. Nicholas de Longford, Knt., 
Oliver de Barton, William de Sallowe, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of St. Mark 
[25 Apr.], 7 Ric. II. [1384]. (Dmry.) 

78. Grant from William de Knyveton de Bradelay to Thomas de 
Knyveton, of Asschebome, of a messuage in Asscheboume lying between 
the messuage which John Pees holds from John Cokayn, Knt., and the 
messuage which William Barbour holds from the lord of Underwood. 
Witn. John Cokayn, Knt., of Asscheboume, Thomas Lymestre, Thomas 
Glover, ballivus de eadem, William Boturdon, and John Eyton. Dat. 
Asscheboume, F. of St. Laurence [2 P'eb.], 5 Hen. IV. [1404]. 
(Okeover.) 

79. Grant from William Hebbe, rector of Edlaston, and William 
Boturdon to Richard Welbek, son and heir of John Welbek, of all their 
lands, in the fees of Compedon, Clufton, Bradelay, Offecote, and 
Underwode. Witn. Thomas Lymistre, Thomas Kn)rveton, Richard 
Spicer, and Thomas Glover, bailiffs. Dat. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 

11 Hen. IV. [1410]. (Drury.) 

80. Grant from William Auener, chaplain, to John de Okouere, 
fil. Philippi de Okouere, mil., of a messuage in Asscheburn which John 
de Derby late held, to hold for his life with remainder to Thomas de 
Okouere, his brother. Witn. John Cokayn, kt., John Cokayn, his son, 
Thomas de Knyventon, Nicholas de Lymestre, William de Boterdon, 
John de Elton. Dat. 20 July, 2 Hen. V. [14 14]. (Okeover.) 

81. Quitclaim from William Auener, chaplain, and Richard Spycer, 
of Assheburn, to John Smalley and Elena, his wife, of a tenement in 
the market place of Asshebum with an acre of land in the field of 
Offecote, which they had by feoffment from William Newenham, then 
vicar of Assheburn. Witn. William Boturdon, Nicholas de Lymestre, 
Thomas Poleson. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 
2 Hen. V. [1414]. (Dmry.) 



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82. Lkase, for 30 years, from Henry [Chichely], Archbp. of Canter- 
bury, Henry [Beaufort], Bp. of Winchester, and Walter Hungerford, 
Knt., feoffees of the late King Henry V., of lands in the Duchy of 
Lancaster, to Henry Knyvetone, Esq., of a water-mill in Asshebourne, 
called le Newe Mylne; rent, 10 marks. Dat. i Apr., 17 Hen. VI. 
[1439]. (Woll. vi. 36.) 

83. Power of attorney from Margaret, widow of Thomas Knyvetone, 
to Nicholas Knyvetone, to deliver to John, her son, lands in Assheburne, 
Egyntone, and Hyltone. Dat. Myrcastone, 24 Mar., 25 Hen. VI. [1447]. 
(Woll. vi. 35.) 

84. Bond from John Cokayn, of Ashboum, Nicholas Mountgomery, 
jun., esquire, and Robert Jenkynson, of Hertyll, to Philip Okover, 
esquire, in thirteen marks payable at Michaelmas, 1456. Dat. 22 Apr., 
30 Hen. VI. [1452]. (Okeover.) 

85. Lease, for 40 years, from Nicholas Mountegomery, squyer, to 
Willyam Gyte, of a tenement and land in Assheburne; rent, 5s., after 
the first five years. Dat. 15 Apr., 15 Edw. IV. [1475]. (Woll. x. 19.) 

86. Appointment by Richard Welbeke, esquire, of Humfrey Okouer, 
esquire, to be chief seneschal, governor, and supervisor of all the said 
Richard's lands within the demesne of Ashebume in le Peke and else- 
where, Co. Derby, during the said Richard's life, with a yearly salary 
of 13^. i,d. Dat. 26 Nov., 15 Hen. VII. [1499]. (Okeover.) 

87. Feoffment from Henry Hudson, vicar of Asshbum, and Ralph 
Bersforde, of Asshbum, to John Mosley, of the same, of a messuage 
lying " in foristidio " de Asshbum, with attorney to Thomas Elton and 
Robert Crisha to deliver seisin. Witn. Robert Hassylhurst, Christopher 
Prince, clerks, John Barbur, marcer, etc. Dat. 2 June, 19 Hen. VII. 
[1504]. (Drury.) 

88. Quitclaim from Anna Blakwall, widow of Richard Blakwall, 
to John Mosley, of Aschbume, mercer, of a messuage in the market 
place of Asshbume. Dat. 6 Feb., 5 Hen. VIII. [1514]- (Drury.) 

89. Grant from John Mosley, of Assheburne, to Thomas Blakwall, 
Thomas Hurte, etc., of a messuage in the market place of Assheburne. 
Dat. 7 May, 5 Hen. VIII. [1514]. (Drary.) 

90. Conveyance from Vincent Lowe, esq., to Anthony Fitzherbert, 
Serjeant at law, German Pole, Nicholas Fitzherbert, esquires, Denis Lowe, 
Robert Lowe, and William Moreton, gentt., of his manors and lordships 
of Compteyn [? Compton in Ashbourne] and Denby, and all his lands in 
Asshebum, Bradley, Fenton, Eton [Cold Eaton], Sturston, Clyfton, 
Osmaston, and Merton, Co. Derby : to uses specified in indentures dated 
2 July, 7 Hen. VIIL, between Thomas Cokeyne, of Ashbourne, Knt., 
and the said Vincent. Dat. 8 July, 7 Hen. VIII. [1515]. Signed, 
Vyncent Lowe. (Drury-Lowe.) 

91. Indenture between Sir Thomas Russell, " rood-prest,'' of 
Assheburne, on the on? part, and John Knyvetone, of Myrcaston, gent., 
" patrone of the same servyce and chantre," and Sir Herre Hudson, 
vicar of Ascheburne, on the other part, witnessing the delivery, by the 
said vicar, to the said Sir Thomas, of certain mass-books, chalices, 
vestments, and other goods to the same chantry. Dat. 15 Jan., 
7 Hen. VIII. [1516]. (Woll. vi. 38.) 

ASHBOURNE v. also under Atlow, Clifton, Cold Eaton, 
Denby, Mappleton, Matlock, Wirksworth. 



1 2 Ashford. 

ASHFORD. 

(ASSHEFORD, AySSHEFORD, ESSEFORD.) 

92. King's Writ to the Sheriff for recovery of debts from William 
de Birchull, lessee of Ashford Manor. Dat. 1276. (Lichf. 00. i.) 

93. Court-rolls of the Manor of Ashford in the Peak on various 
days in 9th year of Edw. III. [1335]. (Okeover.) 

94. Record of the surrender by Roger en la Dale at a court held 
at Esseford on Easter Eve, 28 Edw. III. [1354] of a messuage and land 
in Swyndale in Esseford to the use of John, his son. (Foljambe.) 

95. Grant from Otos [Otho] de Holand, Dom. de Assheford, to 
Godfrey Foliambe and his heirs of Hassope, of common of pasture in 
Longecelowe, in the lordship of Assheford. Dat. London, 23 Nov., 
32 Edw. III. [1358]. Fr. (Woll. i. 16.) 

^6. Quitclaim from Felicia fil. Johannis Gierke de Longesdon to 
Nicholas Martyn, chaplain, of all the lands which were his father's in 
Ayssheford, Magna Longesdon, Momesale, and Roland. Witn. Henry 
de Ri Pole, William de Addreley, John de Shirleye, Ralph de Baystowe. 
Dat. apud magna Longesdon, Fr. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 
44 Edw. III. [1370]. (Bowles.) 

97. Extract of Court-roll of Ashford manor, recording the admis- 
sion of Richard in-le-Dale and Thomas in-le-Dale, his son, to a messuage 
and 12 acres of land in Shelladon [Sheldon] on the surrender of John, 
son of Roger in-le-Dale, Joan his wife and John their son. Dat. Vig. 
of SS. Simon and Jude [27 Oct], 19 Ric. II. [1395]. (Foljambe.) 

98. Extract from the Court-roll of Assheford Manor, recording 
the surrender by Roger in the Dale of lands in " le Halle ende " called 
" Maykeberne," " Swyndalmedewe," etc., to the use of John his son in 
tail. Dat Sat. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 21 Ric. II. [1397]. 
(Foljambe.) 

99. Grant from John in-le-Dale of Assheford to William de 
Bagshawe, sen., and Nicholas in-le-Dale, son of the said John, of all 
his lands, etc., in Co. Derby. Witn. Roger Asser, Richard le Ebeter, 
Thomas Nicholson, etc. Dat. Asshford, S. b. F. of SS. Simon and 
Jude [28 Oct.], 6 Hen. IV. [1404]. (Foljambe.) 

100. Award of John Lynacre, esq., and John Parker, of Norton Lees, 
and Robert Eyre, esq., and Edmund Levett, arbitrators between William 
Croft, sen., of Brampton, and William Croft, jun., of the same, adjudging 
that the former should have his choice whether or not to take 5 marks 
for his right to certain lands in the lordship of Asshford, and notifying 
to Henry Vernon, steward of Asshford, etc., his refusal. Dat. Chester- 
field, 20 June, 16 Edw. IV. [1476]. (Foljambe.) 

10 1. Particulars of land, etc., held by William Croft, of Bromton, 
jun., of the gift of his father, viz., a " messe " and land in Assheford 
in the tenure of Robert Jonson, and a " messe " and land in Sheladon 
in the tenure of John White, with memorandum of the award as above 
(No. 100). [June, 1476.] (Foljambe.) 



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102. Grant from William Staynton, of Peterboro', and Elizabeth 
his wife, dau. and heir of William Susanson, jun., to Henry Foliambe, 
of Walton, esq., Henry Vernon, esq., and John Dale, of all the lands, 
etc., in Ashford, inherited by the said Elizabeth from her father or 
John Susanson, her brother. Witn. Robert Schakersley, Ambrose 
Dedyke, esquires, etc. Dat. Walton, F. of Tr. of St. Edward the King 
[13 Oct.], 17 Edw. IV. [1477]- (Foljambe.) 

103. Power of attorney from William Staynton, of Peterboro', and 
Elizabeth his wife, dau. and heir of William Susanson, jun., to Richard 
Turner, of Brampton, and Robert Mellour to surrender in the court 
of Richard, Duke of Gloucester, at Asshford seisin to Henry Foliaumbe, 
Henry Vernon and John Dale, and the heirs and assigns of Henry 
Foliaumbe of all the lands, etc., inherited by the said Elizabeth from 
William her father and John her brother in Asshford. Witn. Robert 
Schakersley, Ambrose Dedyke, Christopher Baune, William Goeve, etc. 
Dat. Asshford, F. of Tr. of St. Edw. the King [13 Oct.], 17 Edw. IV. 
[1477]. (Foljambe.) 

104. Grant from Thomas Susanson, al. Bryggesende, of Peterboro', 
son and heir of John Susanson, son and heir of William Susanson, jun., 
formerly of Ashford, near Baqwell, to Henry Foliambe, of Walton, esq., 
Randolph Vernon, and others of all the messuages, lands, etc., which 
he inherited from Will. Susanson or any of his sisters in Ashford. 
Witn. John Northege, Thomas Balle, of Brampton, chaplain, etc. Dat. 
M. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 18 Edw. IV. [1478]. (Foljambe.) 

ASHFORD V. also under Chapel-en-LE-Frith, Haddon. 
ASHLEYHAY. 

(ASSHELEHEY, ASHLEYHEY.) 

105. Extract of court held at Peytyate on Th. a. F. of St. Edward 
[18 Mar.], 17 Hen. VII. [1502], recording the surrender by Richard 
Newton, of a close called Fysshepolehyll [in Ashleyhay] to the use of 
Thomas Wrygley. (Pole-Gell.) 

106. Extract of court held at Peytyate on Th. a. F. of St. Edward 
[18 Mar.], 17 Hen. VII. [1502], recording the surrender by Thomas 
Wrigley of a close called Alkokfyld and an enclosure called Littillwod- 
fyld, etc. [in Ashleyhay] to the use of Geoffrey Wrygley. (Pole-Gell.) 

107. Extract of court held at Beaurep[aire], 8 Feb., 6 Hen. VIII. 
[15 1 5], recording the surrender by Geoffrey W[r]igley of a cottage, close, 
etc., in Asshelehey to the use of Richard Sacheverell, Knt., thereupon 
admitted. (Pole-Gell.) 

ASHLEYHAY v. also under Alderwasley, Duffield. 
ASHOPE V. under Castleton. 

ASHOVER. 

(Aschover, Assheover, Esseovere, Esshoure, Esshovere, 
ESSOVER, Essovere, Hasschovere.) 

108. Grant from Walter, Abbot, and the Convent " de Parco 
Stanle " [Dale] to Richard Venator, of the " landa in bosco de Morwde, 
ubi quondam heremite solebant habitare," and two acres of land between 



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that " landa " and the dwelling-house of Walter Faber, with common 
of pasture in Stretton. Witn. Ralph, capellanus de Essouere, Dom. 
Roger de Stretton, Adam de Hanleia, William Clericus, John de 
Wakebrige, Robert de Oggedeston, William le Venur. [i 204-1 235.] 
(Well. vii. I.) 

109. Confirmation of the preceding grant by Roger de Stretton 
to the said Richard Venator. Same witnesses and date. (Woll. vii. 2.) 

no. Grant from Robert fil. Willelmi fil. Johannis de Ouerton to 
Symon Cadigan of the same, of land and tenement in Overton. Rent, 
2s. and a pound of cumin. Witn. John Deyncurt, Robert Ribuf, Symon 
de Reresbi, Walter de Ogaston, Henry de Cnotinge, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. James [25 July], 1293. (Gregory.) 

111. Grant from Simon Cadigan de Essouere to Richard Cadigan 
de Clatercotis his brother, of a bovate of land, etc., which Richard 
Fat formerly held in Overton, with a piece of land called Sywarde- 
parroc. Witn. Symon de Rerisby, William de Winefeld, William de la 
Grene, etc. Dat. Essouere, F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 24 Edw. I. 
[1296]. (Gregory.) 

1 12. Grant from Robert fil. Willelmi fil. Johannis de Overton to 
Symon fil. Nicholai Catigon, living in Overton, of a croft called Caluecroft 
[in Overton]. Witn. William de Wynnefeld, Henry de Cnotting, William 
fil. Henrici de la Grene, Richard de Laffordia, clerk, etc. Circ. 1296. 
(Gregory.) 

113. Grant from Henry de Mousters of Essovere to the Abbey "de 
Bello Capite " [Beauchief] of common of pasture and other privileges 
in Essovere. Witn. Dom. Henry de Braylisford, Dom. Robert de 
Deuetk', mil., Roger le Bretone, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. iii. 92.) 

1 14. Release from Margery quondam uxor Rad. de Rerisby to 
Robert fil. Rad. de Rerisby of lands in Rerysby, Snellislund, Hengham, 
and Steyntone [Co. Line], of which she had impleaded the Abbot of 
Barlings [Co. Line], with freedom from all claims of dower of lands 
in Esseovere and Pleseley. Witn. Dom. Walter de Ryboyf, mil.. Will 
de Steymsby, mil., Dom. Symon de Markam, Rector de Essovere, etc. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. iii. 89.) 

115. Grant and release from Margery de Rerysby quondam uxor 
Radulphi de Rerisby to Adam de Rerysby, her son, and Deugya, his 
wife, of the manor of Essovere called le Newehalle. Witn. Dom. Roger 
de Eincurt, rector ecclesie de Essovere, Will, le Bret, Roger le Breton, 
Ralph de Rerysby, etc. Dat. Essovere, F. of SS. Fabian and Sebastian 
[20 Jan.], 1 302 [3]. (Woll. iii. 90, 91.) 

116. Grant from Robert fil. Dom. Roberti de Wylnebi to Alan fil. 
Radulphi Fat de Overton of the service which William fil. Johannis 
fil. Wymundi is accustomed to perform for all the land he holds of the 
said Robert in Overton, together with half an acre of land in Overton 
abutting on Serleparroc and the lane which leads to the moor. Rent, 
a pound of cumin and two shillings three times a year. Witn. Dom. 
Walter de Rybyf, Ralph de Rersby, Geoffrey de Dethic, Geoffrey de 
Monasteriis, Henry de Knotting, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Gregory.) 

117. Release from Ralph de Rerisby fil. Rob. de Rerisby to Godfrey 
del Stubbynges, in soka de Essovere, of lands called " le Hermite Ker," 
lying in the territory "del Stubbynge " in Esseovere; rent, id. Witn. 



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Adam de Rerisby, Robert de Winnefeld, William le Hunt, etc. Dat. 
S. a. F. of Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 13 Edw. II. [1319]. (Woll. 
vii. 3.) 

118. Quitclaim from Johanna quondam uxor Simonis fil. Godefridi 
del Stubbyng in soka de Essouere to William le Hunte de Overton, 
Richard le Huntte, his brother, and John le Huntte, his brother, of 
all the land which the said William, Richard, and John had by grant 
from the said Simon in Overton. Witn. Dom. Adam de Rerisby, Knt., 
Ralph de Rerisby, Walter de Oggaston, Robert de Winnefeld, Robert de 
Ubbestoft. Dat. Essouere, S. a. F. of the Ann. of the B.V.M. 
[25 March], 16 Edw. II. [1323]. (Gregory.) 

119. Grant from Hawisia quondam' uxor Godefridi del Stubbynge 
de Essouer to William le Huntte and Richard, his brother, of a messuage 
and bovate of land in the fee of Essouer. Witn. Dom. Adam de 
Reresby, Ralph de Reresby, Robert de Praers, etc. Dat. Vig. of the 
Circumcision [31 Dec], 18 Edw. II. [1325]. (Gregory.) 

120. Quitclaim from John le Hunt de Essouer to Richard le Hunt, 
his brother, of two messuages and land called le Calvecroft and 
Sywardparrok in Essouer. Witn. Robert de Wynnefeld, Robert de 
Ubbestoft, Ralph de Cryche, Robert de la Stubbyng, etc. Dat. S. a, 
F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 20 Edw. II. [1326]. (Gregory.) 

131. Fine from John fil. Ric. de Suttone de Averham and Johanna, 
his wife, to John de Musters and Alice, his wife, of the moiety of the 
fourth part of the manor of Esshoure. Dat. York, Michaelmas Term, 
10 Edw. III. [1336]. (Woll. viii. 4.) 

123. Lkase for 3 years from William de Musters, John de Musters, 
and Alice, his wife, of Tirswell, to Roger fil. Rob. de Wynfeld, of 
Essover, of a moiety of their manor in the vill of Essouer. Witn. Dom. 
Adam de Reresby, Ralph de Reresby, Robert de Wynfeld, etc. Dat. 
Essover, All Saints' Day [i Nov.], 10 Edw. III. [1336]. (Cott. xxvii. 
203.) 

123. Release from Roger fil. Rob. de Winfeld, of Esseovere, to 
Dom. Roger de Eyncourt, mil, Dominus de Parco, of 18^. rent from 
lands which Robert de Boterley held in Esshovere. Witn. Dom. Roger 
de Eyncourt, rector de Esshovere, Robert le Breton, Roger le Caus, 
etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 11 Edw. III. [i337]- 
(Woll. vii. 5.) 

124. Release from Margery quondam uxor Willelmi Knottyng de 
Hasschovere to Roger Deyncourt of lands " in villa et in soca de 
Hasschovere." Witn. Dom. Nicholas de Langtford, Henry de 
Bralesford, Robert Breton, Henry Bate, etc. Dat. apud le Parkehalle, 
F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 23 Edw. III. [1349]- (Woll. iii. 93.) 

125. Quitclaim from Ralph Hunt of Topetun, son of Richard Hunt 
of Ashover, to John Hunt, his brother, of all t];ie lands which belonged 
to Richard, their father, in Ashover. Witn. Dom. Thomas, rector of 
Asshover, Roger de Wynfeld, John fil. Simonis de Asshover, etc. Dat. 
F. of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 44 Edw. III. [i37o]> (Gregory.) 

126. Certificate of Robert Ryboffe, Hugh Ulkerthorpe, Robert 
Barley, and others, all of Assheover, that their " neghbore " Ralph 
Hunte had made a grant to John Hunte, his brother, of various lands 
[in Ashover]. Dat. St. Andrew's Day [30 Nov.], 44 Edw. III. [1370]- 
(Foljambe.) 



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127. Grant by William Cowlischaw to Thomas Cowlischawe, his 
son, of lands in Aschover; rent y., to William Plumley. Witn. James 
Rolston, gen., Thomas Hunt, gen., Dom. Philip Eyre, rector de 
Aschovere, Dom. Walter Townerow, Dom. William Turner, capellani. 
Dat. 5 Sept., I Edw. IV. [1461]- (Woll. vii. 6.) 

128. Demise from Thomas Babyngton of Dethicke, esquire, to 
Henry Hopkynson of Alton, in the parish of Assheover, husbandman, 
of a messuage and lands in Alton. Dat. 11 July, i Edw. VI. [1547] 
(P. R. O., c. 1217, i.) 

ASHOVER V. also under IBLE, TUPTON. 

ASTON-IN-HOPE. v. under Shatton. 

ASTON IN Sudbury v. under Cubley, Sudbury. 

ASTON-ON-TRENT. 

129. Letters of attorney from John Sawcheuerell, esquire, to 
Thomas Duffeld and William Cobyn to deliver seisin to Ralph 
Sawcheuerell, his son, and Elizabeth, his wife, of all his lands, etc., 
in the vill and fields of Aston on Trent. Dat. Th. b. F. of Nat. of 
St. John B. [24 June], 34 Hen. VI. [1450]. (Okeover.) 

ASTON-ON-TRENT v. also under MORLEY. 

ASTON, COAL. 

(Aston, Cold Aston.) 

130. Grant from Thomas de Chaworth, mil., to John Harwye 
of Cold Aston of a toft and bovate of land in the vill and fields of 
Aston with a windmill there. Witn. Richard le Spari, Nicholas de 
Norton, Thomas del Wodhous, Peter de Bemis, Thomas de Thasilharst, 
etc. Late Hen. III. (D. A. J. ii. 10.) 

131. Grant from William de Chaword to William de Alnetona 
of all the land which Nicholas fil. Nicholai subtus le Klif sometime 
held of William [de Alnetona] in Aston. Witn. Roger, Abbot of 
Beauchief, Thomas de Leys, Peter de Wodehuses, Peter de Birchevend, 
William de Stobbeley. Late Hen. III. (?) (D. A. J. ii. 9.) 

132. Power of attorney from Henry Foljame of Walton, esq., to 
Roger Scryschlaw of Walton, to receive seisin from Thomas Fox of 
Cold Aston of lands, etc., in Cold Aston formerly belonging to John 
Fox of Dronfeld. Dat. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], i Henry VII. [1485]. 
(Foljambe.) 

133. Grant from John Fox of Drounfeld to Robert Fox and John 
Fox, his sons, Thomas Barley, and John Barley, of all his lands in 
Aston, Ekyngton, and Oneston, with a toft in Drounfeld. Witn. William 
Byngley, vicar of Dronfield, Christopher Barley, chaplain, etc. Dat. 
F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 1489. (Foljambe.) 

COAL ASTON v. also under Chesterfield, Dronfield. 



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ATLOW. 

(Atlowe, Attelowe.) 

134. Confirmation by Robert fil. Tholi to Sewall de Mungei of 
the tenement in " Winnedona," which his father and Serlo, his elder 
brother, held froni the said Robert. Late twelfth century. (Woll. 
ix. 2.) 

Robertus filius Tholi omnibus hominibus et amicis suis presentibus 
et futuris salutem. Notum sit vobis quod ego R. concessi et hac 
presenti carta confirmavi Sewallo de Mungei tenementum in 
Winnedona quod pater suus et Serlo frater suus senior de me 
tenuerunt. In feudum et hereditatem sibi et heredibus suis 
tenendum de me et heredibus meis libere et quiete, pro omni 
servicio annuatim ii solidos reddendo ad festum sancti Jacobi, 
scilicet terram et moram a divisa Serlonis de Grend[on] usque ad 
terram Stephani de Longelega. Et si istam terram erburgare 
voluerit homines qui ibi manebunt habebunt omnes liberas com- 
muniones in bosco et in piano. Pro hac vero concessione predictus 
Sewalus devenit homo meus et dedit mihi dimidiam marcam et 
quoniam volo quod hec concessio firma et stabilis habeatur hac 
presenti carta confirmavi ei. His testibus Rogero Putrel, Galfrido 
de Esburnia, Radulfo filio Jordan, Henrico fil. Sewal', Ricardo de 
Pech, Gamello de Alesop, Radulfo de Peuerwic, Radulfo de Mung', 
Willelmo fratre eius, Ricardo de Cnivetun, Henrico filio Ailwini, 
Simun preposito, Adam fil. Galfridi, Roberto de Torp, Nicolao de 
Mapeltona, Galfrido fratre eius, Herberto de Ticintona, Henrico 
de Matlag, Swano de Yldresle, Roberto fratre eius et pluribus 
aliis et tota curia. 

135. Deed by which Herebert de Merle and Margarita, his wife, 
release all right of common in the wood of the lord Hugh [de Okeover] 
called Winnedun, and in Mulneclif, and undertake that, if the said 
Hugh wishes to make a fishpond or park, they will not prevent him, 
according to the agreement made when they received the land of 
Attelawe by grant of the lord Hugh. Late twelfth century. (Okeover.) 

Sciant omnes presentes et futuri quod ego Herebertus de Merle et 
ego Margarita vxor eiusdem Hereberti de Merle et heredes nostri 
in bosco domini Hugonis quod vocatur Winnedun et in Mulneclif 
nuUam omnino poterimus exigere communam, Neque tempore 
predicti Hugonis neque temporibus heredum suorum. Vivarium 
uero uel parcum faccre si voluerint idem Hugo vel heredes sui 
nos Herebertus scilicet et Margarita et heredes nostri eis nullo 
modo prohibere poterimus. Talis enim facta fuit Conventio quando 
terram de Attelawe de dono domini Hugonis recepimus. Et ut 
hoc firmum sit et stabile in perpetuum, Ego Herebertus de Merle 
hanc cartam sigilli mei munimine confirmaui. 

Hiis testibus, Geruasio capellano, Roberto de Ferrariis, Henrico 
de Brailesford, Roberto de Stantun, Gaufrido de Snelleston, Willelmo 
de Grendon, Radulfo de Bakepuz, Rogero de Wodnesle, Ranulfo 
de Alesop, Jordano de Snitterton, Roberto de Bradeburn, et 
Willelmo de Ticent', clerico, Roberto de Thorp et multis aliis. 

136. Lease from Robert fil. Dom. Hugonis de Acouere to Warin fil. 
David de Attelowe of a bovate of land with croft adjacent in the vill 
and territory of Attelowe, which Jordan fil. Rogeri sometime held; to 

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hold for his life at a yearly rent of gs. Witn. William de Hokenaston, 
clericus, John le Roc de Bradelg', Alexander de Holond, Adam, clericus 
de Hokenaston. Dat. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 1272. 
(Okeover.) 

137. Grant from Robert fil. Hugonis de Akouere to John, his 
brother, of two bovates of land, with buildings thereof, and toft, croft, 
and meadow in the fee of Attelowe, all of which Adam fil. Joh. de 
Attelowe sometime held of him; to hold at a rent of 6s. 8d., for all 
services " salvo tamen forinseco seruicio ad predictam terram pertinente 
preter francopleggiagium quod solebat ad eandem terram pertinere et 
salvis tamen ... in ista donacione defensis in parco et le Mulneclif 
et alibi in locis consuetis " and suit at his mill of Attelow " ad vicesimum 
quartum granum de blado crescente super predictam terram." Witn. 
Matthew de Knyueton, Ralph de Munjoy, Robert de Fenton, Thomas 
de Mapilton, Thomas Heruy, John Blunt of Murkaston, Henry de 
Knyveton, William de Hulton. Dat. Morr. of St. Petronilla [31 May], 
1278. (Okeover.) 

138. Quitclaim from Henry fil. Henrici de Perton to Robert fil. 
Hugonis de Akouere of all the lands which belonged to his said father, 
Henry de Perton, in Attelowe. Witn. Roger de Wardington, Henry 
de Mapilton, Roger de Mercinton, Ralph de Munjoye, Robert de 
Wednisle, Roger de Mapilton, William de Hulton, clericus. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Okeover.) 

139. Covenant between Dom. William de Hamilton and Robert de 
Acouere, viz., that the former hold the manor of the latter, called 
Attelowe, for a term of twenty years, according to a deed in the 
possession of both, and that if either should contravene this covenant 
he shall give the other twenty pounds, to be levied by the Sheriff of 
Derby. Witn. Jordan de Sniterton, Walter de Aylisburi, Thomas Herui, 
Ralph Sparewater, William de Bentlg. Dat. apud London, mor. of 
St. Dunstan [? 20 May], 6 Edw. I. [1278]. (Okeover.) 

140. Quitclaim from Leticia relicta Alexandri Mercatoris de 
Esseburn to Robert fil. Hugonis de Acouere of four bovates of land 
and three shillingsworth of annual rent in Attelowe, of which she was 
enfeoffed by the said Robert as pledge for three sacks of wool. Witn. 
Dom. William de Hamilton, clericus, Walter de Eylysburi, Matthew de 
Knyveton, Thomas de Mapilton, Robert de Fenton, John le Foun, Oliver 
le Foun, Oliver de Roulond, Henry de Roulond, Thomas Heruy. Dat. 
F. of St. Lawrence [2 Feb.], i2 78[9]. (Okeover.) 

141. Grant from Roger de Acouere, dominus de Attelowe, to John 
de Attelowe, of a messuage and two bovates of land in Attelowe, at 
a rent of i2d. yearly, the said John to perform suit at his court of 
Attelowe and at his mill " et molabit ad vicesimum granum." Witn. 
Thomas de Esscheburne, William Wyldegos, John Wyldi, Robert de 
Strongeshul, tunc seneschallus. Dat. M. a. Ascension Day [31 May], 
19 Edw. I. [1291]. (Okeover.) 

142. Quitclaim from Roger de Wednesleye to Alexander le Parker 
de Attelowe of two shillings out of twelve shillings annual rent due 
from the latter in respect of lands in Attelowe. Witn. John fil. Thome 
de Mapulton, Roger de Derleye de Sturston, Henry de la Grene, John 
le Bercher, John de Tiddeswall. Dat. at Esseburn, M. b. All Saints' 
Day [i Nov.], 1300. (Okeover.) 



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143. Grant from Roger de Okouere, miles, to William le Parkere 
de Attelowe, Isolda, his wife, and John, his son, of a messuage and 
a bovate of land in Attelow which Hugh fil. Bate sometime held, and 
five acres in the same place lying in Le Underwode, to hold for their 
lives at a rent of 85. id. Witn. John le Eyr de Attelowe, Richard de 
IbuU, John de Brassinton. Dat. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 1303. 
[Okeover.] 

144. Grant from Henry de Kneueton, miles, to Roger fil. Johannis 
de Acouere, of a culture of land in Attelowe, called Le Rouheloweflat. 
Witn. Dom. Roger de Bradeboume, knt., John le Sawvage, Ralph de 
Mounioie, Thomas Adam, Nicholas de Clifton. Dat. apud Essebume, 
Vig. of St. Matthew [20 Sept.], 3 Edw. 11. [1309]- (Okeover.) 

145. Surrender from Henry de Kneueton, miles, to Roger fil. 
Johannis de Acouere, of a " cultura " of land in Attelowe which is 
called Le Rouheloweflat. Witn. Dom. Roger de Bradeboume, miles, 
John de Sawuage, Ralph de Munioie, Nicholas de Clifton, etc. Dat. at 
Ashbourne, Vig. of St. Matthew [20 Sept.], 3 Edw. IL [1309]. (Okeover.) 

146. Letters of attorney from Henry de Kneueton, knt., to William 
de Kneueton, his brother, to deliver seisin to Roger fil. Johannis de 
Acouere, of a culture of land in Attelowe, called Rouheloweflat. Dat. 
apud Essebume, Vig. of St. Matthew [20 Sept.], 3 Edw. II. [1309]. 
(Okeover.) 

147. Grant from Dom. Roger de Ocouere, Dominus de Attelowe, 
to William de Knyveton, Dominus de Bradeleye, that they may put 
to use one piece of waste in Attelowe called le Heyedewode, lying 
between le Rugebrok, le Ouleclough, le Skouteok, and the rivers which 
run under the mill of Attelowe, and may gmb up, plough, and sow, 
or make a meadow of the same, as it may seem best to him, reserving 
to the said Roger common of pasture thereon after the hay and com 
shall be carried. Witn. Dora. Roger de Bradebum, knt., Mag. John 
de Bradebum, clerk, William de Hopton, Ralph de Muntioye, etc. Dat. 
S. a. r. of St. Laurence [2 Feb.], 10 Edw. II. [1317]- (Okeover.) 

148. Grant from Roger [de Okover?] to Robert de Brocton of 
Attelowe of a plot of land in Attelowe which Hugh fil. Bate sometime 
held, on which the said Robert is to build a house at his own expense, 
except that the said Roger will supply the timber. Dat. T. bef. F. of 
St. Chad [2 Mar.], 13 17 [8]. (Okeover.) 

149. Grant from John fil. Alexandri de Attelowe, parcarius, to 
Dom. Roger de Acouere, knt., of a messuage, a bovate, and three acres 
of land in Attelowe which the said John had of the feoffment of Roger 
fil. Roberti de Wednesleye. Witn. Richard de Bradebum of Hokenaston, 
Roger de Hopton, William le Parker de Attelowe, Robert de Brocton, 
William, clericus. Dat. Attelowe, Th. a. F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 
2 Edw. III. [1328]. (Okeover.) 

150. Grant from Roger de Okouere, miles, to Richard Clifton of 
a bovate of land and an assart with buildings on it in the_ vill of 
Attelowe, at a rent of 10s. 2d. yearly with suit of court at his court 
and mill of Attelowe. Witn. John de Bradebum, WilHam Parker, John 
de Attelowe, Nicholas fil. Rogeri le Taillour. Dat. Attelowe, S. a 
Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 6 Edw. III. [1332]- Mutilated. (Okeover.) 



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151. Grant from Isolda fil. et her. Engelard de Attelowe to 
Cristiana que fuit uxor Rogeri de Okouere, mil., of the lands and tene- 
ments in Attelowe which William le Parker of Attelowe had on lease 
from the said Engelard. Witn. John de Bradbume, William le Parker, 
John de Attelowe, William Bydel de Blore. Dat. apud Attelowe, M. a. 
F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 14 Edw. III. [1341]- (Okeover.) 

152. Grant from Roger de Acouere, Dominus de Attelouwe, to 
Isolda fil. Edithe de Attelouwe and Eleanor, her daughter, of a 
messuage in Attelouwe which the said Isolda formerly held from him 
at will; to hold for their lives at a yearly rent of 12 pence. Witn. 
Thomas de Esseburne, William Wyldegos, Henry le Eyre, John Wildy, 
WilHam le Parker, Robert de Strongeshull. Dat. M. a. Ascension Day 
[9 May], 19 Edw. [IIIj] [1345]- (Okeover.) 

153. Lease from Thomas, Dominus de Acouere, to William le 
Walyshe, of his mill of Attelowe with the watercourse, etc., for nine 
years, at a rent of a peppercorn the first year and 115. for the remaining 
eight years. Dat. apud Acouere, S. a. Beh. qf St. John B. [29 Aug.], 
^359- (Okeover.) 

154. Proceedings of various courts held at Attelowe, 49 Edw. IIL- 
5 Ric. II. [1375-1382]. (Okeover.) 

155. Lease, for life, from Philip de Okere, lent, to Richard Parker 
and Margaret, his wife, of two places in Attelowe with two bovates of 
land and meadow adjacent, to hold at a rent of nine shillings and 
two pence. Witn. William de Wheston, Henry Schatergod, John Parker. 
Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 12 Ric. II. [1388]. (Okeover.) 

156. Conveyance from John Poole of Hertyngton and John Oker, 
feoffees of Thomas Oker, sen., to William Hondford, sen., Robert 
Hondford, and Thomas Alcrynton, chaplain, of all manors, lands, etci 
of Oker [Okover], Castern, Horn, Wodhous, Coldwall, Atlowe, Snelleston, 
Assheborn, Mapulton, and Hayfeld, in Cos. Staff, and Derby, which they 
had by feoffment from Thomas Oker. Witn. Christopher Dauemporte, 
Robert Smyth, Thomas Laurenson, William Itheryng, William Rowe. 
Dat. apud Oker, i Nov., 7 Hen. VI. [1428]. (Okeover.) 

157. Grant from John de Pole de Hertyngton and John Okor, 
sen., to Thomas de Okor, sen., of the manor of Okor with all their 
other messuages, etc., in the vills of Casterne, Ylum [Ham], Wodhose 
[Woodhouse], and Coldwall, Co. Staff. ; the manor of Atlow and all 
their other messuages, etc., in Snelleston Park and elsewhere in Co. Derb., 
and the reversion of lands which the said John Okor holds for his life 
in Mapulton, Snelleston, and Asshebume. Witn. Edmund Basset, 
William de Henford, John Meuerell, Thomas de Lymester, William 
Lymester, Henry Kneton, John de Bradbume. Dat. apud Okor, Th. a. 
Pur. of B. V. Mary [2 Feb.], 7 Hen. VI. [1429]. (Okeover.) 

158. Letters of attorney from Thomas de Okor, sen., to WiUiam 
del Rawe to deliver seisin of his manors of Okor and vills of Casterne, 
Ylum, Wodhoses, Coldwall, and elsewhere, Co. Staff., and the manors 
of Atlow and Snelleston, Co. Derb., to John de Pole, de Hertynton, 
and to John de Okor, his brother. Dat. Okor, W. a. F. of St Agatha 
[5 Feb.], 7 Hen. VI. [1429]. (Okeover.) 

159. Lease from John Pole of Hertyngton and John Okover, sen., 
esquires, to Thomas Okover, jun., of the manor of Okover, Co. Staff, 
the manors of Attelowe and Snelleston, Co. Derb., and all their other 



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lands, rents., etc., which they had by feoffment from Thomas Okover, 
sen., and Thomas Okover, jun. ; to hold for term of the lives of the 
said Thomas Okover, sen., and Thomas Okover, jun. Dat. Pur. of 
B. V. Mary [2 Feb.], 12 Hen. VI. [1434]. (Okeover.) 

160. Grant from Thomas de Okouere to John de Okouer, his 
son, of ten shillings annual rent due from Henry Bradburne in Atlowe. 
Witn. Philip de Acouer, " heres meus," Dom. John Brown, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Edward, K. and M. [20 Nov.], 21 Hen. VI. [1442]. (Okeover.) 

161. Letters of attorney from Thomas Okouere, esquire, to Thomas 
Duffeld to deliver seisin to John Gresley, knt., Walter Blount, Thomas 
Curson, John Curson, Henry de la Pole, and Nicholas Knyveton, 
esquires, of his manors of Okouere, Attelowe, and Snelston, with lands 
in the same. Dat. 6 Oct., 36 Hen. VI. [1457]. (Okeover.) 

162. Lease for four years from Philip Okouer, esquire, to Robert 
Knyveton, of Underwood, esquire, of a pasture called Urlewyke and 
" le Halfeld " in the fee of Atlowe, with all thorns growing within the 
said pasture to be cut and carried. Dat. Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 
1462. (Okeover.) 

163. Proceedings of court of Philip Okouere, esquire, held at 
Atlowe, 12 Nov., 21 Edw. IV. [1481]. (Okeover.) 

164. Proceedings of court of Humphrey Okeover, esquire, and 
Agnes, his mother, at Atlow, held i Dec, 16 Hen. VII., and 15 Nov., 
17 Hen. VII. [1500, 1501]. (Okeover.) 

165. Proceedings of various courts of Humphrey Oker, esquire, 
held for Atlow and Snelston on various days in 12-13 Hen. VIII. 
[1520-1521]. (Okeover.) 

166. Appointment by Gervase Mark, prior of Dunstaple and the 
convent there, proprietors of the parish church of Bradburne with its 
chapels, of John Nyx, brother and canon of the Priory, to celebrate 
divine service at the chapel of Attlowe annexed to the said church of 
Bradburne. Dat. apud Dunstaple, 3 Nov., 1538. (Okeover.) 

ATLOW V. also under Callow, Snelston. 



BAGTHORPE, in Brampton. 

167. Power of attorney by William Wodhous, son and heir of John 
Wodhous of Brampton to Robert Heythcott of Callal [Calow] and Roger 
Crychelow of Dalton, appointing them to surrender at the Court of the 
Prior of St. John of Jerusalem, held at Normanton, a tenement called 
Bagthorpe in Brompton [Brampton] to Henry Foliambe, lord of Waltone. 
Witn. Oliver Scha, chaplain of Brampton, William Whythyll, Richard 
Tumor of the same. Dat. F. of Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 6 Hen. VII. 
[1490]. (Woll. iii. 77.) 

168. Extract of the Court of Normanton of William Weston, Prior 
of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in England, held at Chesterfield, 
in the time of Ambrose Cave, knt., Preceptor of the same, of the 
surrender to Nicholas Wodhowse of London, pewterer, son of Richard 
Wodhowse of Brampton, of a messuage, etc., in Bagthorpe in the 
soke of Brampton. Dat. 22 Apr., 27 Hen. VIII. [1535]. (Woll. iii. 68.) 



22 Bagthorpe. 



i6o. Similar extract of the same Court, dated i Oct. [iS35]> 
whereat Richard Giles and Elizabeth, his wife, and Thomas Gyles, their 
son and heir, surrendered to the said Nicholas the said messuage, etc., 
in Bagthorpe, and received a moiety of the same. (Woll. in. 69.) 

BAKEWELL. 

(Bathekewelle, Bathekwalle, Bathequelle, Baucvell, 

Baucwell, Baukewell, Baukquell, Bauquell, 

Bauquewelle, Bauthecwell.) 

170. Grant from H[ugh de Nonant] Bishop, and the Dean and 
Chapter of Licheffeld to Matthew the canon, that he may continue to 
hold the third prebend in that church which he held at the time when 
John, Earl of Morton, granted the Church of Baucwell to Lichfield 
Church. [11 92-1 1 98.] (Lichf. B. 17.) 

Omnibus ad quos presentes littere peruenerint H. miseratione 
diuina Couentr. Episcopus et Decanus de Licheffeld totumque 
euisdem Ecclesie capitulum, Salutem in vero Saluatore. Nouerit 
uniuersitas vestra quod dominus Johannes Comes Moriton' in 
perpetuam et puram elemosinam concessit nobis et Ecclesie uestre 
de Licheffeld ecclesiam de Baucwell cum omnibus ad earn pertinenti- 
bus. Et quoniam Mattheus canonicus tempore donationis illius in 
Ecclesia eadem tertiam possedit prebendam, sicut nee debuimus ita 
nee uoluimus eum benefitio suo priuare, Sed concessimus ei quod 
omnibus diebus uite sue benefitium illud Integra possideat soluendo 
inde singulis annis in festo sancti Michaelis capitulo de Lichefeld 
unum aureum nomine pensionis. 

171. Charter of King John, granting the church of Bathecwell to 
the church of St. Mary and St. Chad, Lichfield, and to Gaufridus 
[Geoffrey de Muschamp], Bishop of Coventry. (Lich. A 5.) The text 
(from a thirteenth century copy) is as follows : — 

Johannes, Dei gratia, etc. Sciatis nos pro amore Dei et pro 
salute anime nostre et animarum antecessorum et successorum 
nostrorum dedisse et concessisse et presenti carta nostra confirmasse 
Deo et ecclesie Beate Marie et sancti Cedde de Lichesfeld et 
venerabili patri nostro Gaufrido, Coventrensi episcopo et successori- 
bus suis Ecclesiam de Bauthecwell cum prebendis et omnibus aliisad 
ecclesiam illam pertinentibus ut secundum ordinem et dispositionem 
quam Hugo, bone memorie Coventrensis episcopus super eadem 
ecclesia de Bathecwelle fecit ea cum omnibus pertinentiis suis in 
proprietatem ecclesie de Lichesf libere conuertatur. Salvo tamen 
servicio trium presbyterorum qui in eadem ecclesia de Bathecwell 
deservient et iuxta arbitrium episcopi Diocesani rationabUem susten- 
tationem habebunt. Ordinationem nuncque H. predicti episcopi 
quam super hoc fecit ratam habemus et futuris temporibus semper 
habebimus, Ecclesia autem de Lichefeld concessit nobis vnum pres- 
byterum prebendarium in ecclesia de Lichefeld qui singulis diebus 
vite nostre missam cantabit pro sanitate et incolumitate nostra et 
post mortem nostram omnibus diebus missa pro salute anime nostre 
cantabitur imperpetuum. Quare volumus, etc. Testes, Willelmus 
Maresc[allus], Comes de Penbroc, Willelmus, Comes Sarum, 



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Johannes de Pratellis, Thomas Basset, Engelramus de Pratellis, 
Ricardus de Reueriis, Willelmus de Cantilupo. 

Dat. per manum S. [Simonis fil. Roberti], Archidiaconi Wellensis, 
apud Valoyn', 3 Feb., anno 1 [1200]. 

172. Charter of King John granting to William Briewer lands in 
Bakewell, Meldesham, Thorpe, and elsewhere in Co. Derby. Dat. 
Westminster, 22 Mar., 1204. (D. of Lane.) 

173. Quitclaim from Robert fil. Johannis capellani to Robert Clid 
of a toft in Baukwell which he holds from the church of Baukwell on 
the north side of the church, to hold by service of 8(f. per annum 
" et preterea semel metet in autumpno ad cibum Rectoris euisdem 
ecclesie." Witn. Luke de Begle, Richard de Ednesouer, Robert de 
Stanton, Robert de Kalueouer, William de Chatteswith, Nicholas de 
Ednesover, John de " Uueraddon pollard," Willot de Langesdon, William 
de Derlee, Thomas de eadem, Nicholas de Stancliue, Roger clericus. 
Circ. temp. John. (Lichf. B 6.) 

174. Quitclaim from Wymarc' fil. Ric. Tannatoris de Baucwell to 
the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield and to the church of Baucwell of 
the toft which she holds there lying between the tofts of John clericus 
and Matthew le Sures. Witn. William le Wyne, William clericus, Roger 
Kask, Matthew Mercator, Hugh de Weston, Matthew Fullo, William de 
Osebume, John clericus, Robert gener Huberti, etc. Temp. John (?). 
(Lichf. B 8.) 

175. Confirmation by William [de Comhill], Bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, of the third part of the church of Bakewell, which Stepnen 
de Ridel had resigned to the Dean and Chapter. Witn. Mag. John 
Blundus, Mag. Nicholas de Weston, John de Ginges, William de Hadfeld, 
Richard de Chaucumb, Henry de Sancto Botulfo, Ralph, clericus de 
London, Simon Pinel, Robert de Marisco. [1215-1223.] (Lichf. B 3.) 

176. Bull of Pope Honorius [III.] to the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield Church, confirming the grants of Bauqwell and Hope, with 
their chapels, etc., to W[illiam de Comhull], Bishop of Coventry and 
Lichfield. Dat. Laterani, quarto Non. Mail [4 May], Pontif. a° 5 
[12 1 9]. (Lichf. B 22.) 

177. Quitclaim from Thomas fil. et her. Wimarce vidue quondam 
vxoris Ade, mercatoris de Bauchuell to the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield 
and the church of Bauchwell, of the toft which his mother Wimarch 
held in that town. Witn. William le Wine, William, clericus, Roger 
Casken, Matthew, mercator, Hugh de Weston, Matthew Fullo, Matthew 
le Sureis, Alan Waket. Circ. 1220. (Lichf. B. 7.) 

178. Confirmation by Alexander [de Stavenby], Bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, to the church of Lichfield, of the churches of Baucwell 
with its chapels, and of the church of Hope with the chapel of Tidswell, 
with the churches of Kanoc [Cannock] and other churches in co. Staff., 
etc. Witn. William de Manec[ester], Dean of Lichfield, Richard de 
Stavenesby, Treasurer of Lichfield, Richard de Glovemia, Archdeacon 
of Coventry, William de Lucebi, Archdeacon of Derby, etc. Circ. 1230. 
(D. A. J. v. 134.) 



24 Bakewell. 

179. Confirmation by Alexander [de Stavensby], Bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, to " communa ecclesie Lichefeldenis," of the church of 
Bauchwell with its chapels, the church of Hope, with the chapel of 
Tidweir ; and also of the churches of " de Kanoco " [Cannock], Rugele, 
and Erlecg" [Arley'], with pensions from the churches of Seneston 
[Shenstone] and Dunnelchurch [Dunchurch]. 

Witn. Mag. William de Manecestr", then Dean of Lichfield, Dom. 
Richard de Stauenesby, Treasurer, Mag. Richard de Glouemia, Arch- 
deacon of Coventry, Mag. William de Luceby, Archdeacon of Derby, 
Dom. William de Hedfeld, Mag. Robert de Chebeleie, Dom. Robert, 
capellanus, Dom. Hugh, capellanus, Mag. Richard de Halton, Canons, 
Dom. Philip, Canon of Kenilw'rthe, "tunc capellanus noster," Mag. 
Ralph de Lacoc, Alexander Blundus, Symon Perdriz, Thomas de Luda, 
Clerks of the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Ralph Elemozinarius, 
Walter de Halton, etc. Dat. 1232. (Lichf. B. 11.) 

180. Grant from Robert Child to Henry de Lexinton of the toft 
in Baucwell which he holds from Baucwel) church by the service of 
Zd. per annum, " et metendo uno die in autumpno cum uno homine 
ad cibum Rectoris ecclesie." Witn. Richard de Marcham, Robert fil. 
Alexandri de Braiton, Ralph de Winnefeld, Robert de Trowell, Richard 
de Fenton, William Clericus, Roger Caskin, Hubert Mercator. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Lichf. B. 13.) 

181. Indenture between Henry de Lexinton, the King's treasurer, 
and Ralph Vernon, whereby the former grants to the latter the right 
to plough and sow certain lands " que seminate fuerunt die et anno 
quo assisa nove dissaisine commune pasture in Baucvell capta fuit inter 
eos aput Notingeham" on Monday bef. F. of St. Luke [Oct. 18], 

25 Hen. III. [1241], without exceeding or altering the extent tilled. 
Dat. 1243. (Lichf. D. i.) 

182. Confirmation by Roger [de Weseham], Bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, of the charter of his predecessor, Alexander [de Stavensby] 
(B. 11). Witn. Mag. Ralph, Archdeacon of Chester, Mag. Henry de 
Wyshawe, "oiBcialis noster," and Magistri R. de Lacoke, Th. Cumin, 
A. de Staunford, Walkelin and William, capellani, Roger de Thorton, 
William de Burgton, Thomas de Bradeford, clerici. Dat. apud Tache- 
brok, iii. Id. Apr. [11 Apr.], pontificatus nostri anno secundo [1246!. 
(Lichf. B. 14.) '- -' 

183. Composition between the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield and 
Lenton Priory concerning tithes in Bakewell, Hope, and Tideswell. 
Circ. 1250. (D. A. J. V. 161.) 

184. Particulars of the estimated value of tithes received by 
Lenton Priory, Co. Notts., from lands in Bakewell, Hope, and Tideswell, 
and an account of the quarrel between the Priory and the Dean and 
Chapter of Lichfield concerning the tithes of Tideswell, the forcible 
seizure of sheep by the Prior's men in Tideswell Church, the damage 
done, etc. 1250-1251. (D. A. J. v. 142.) 

185. Depositions sworn at Bakewell, Tideswell, and Hope, touching 
Lenton tithe claims. 125 1. (Lichf. M. M. 6.) 

186. Grant from H[enry de Lexinton], Dean of Lincoln, lessee 
under the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield of the churches of Baucwell 
[Bakewell] and Hope of 14 marks' worth of tithe to Lenton Priory, 



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as taxed by Ralph de Cubbele, rector of Eyum [Eyam], J , vicar 

of Esseburn [Ashbourne], and R , vicar of Radford, in accordance 

with the award of the Warden of the Friars Minor of Leicester and 
the Archdeacon of Chester in a suit between the Chapter and the 
Priory. Dat. Lincoln xiiii. kal. Mar. [16 Feb.], i252[3]. (D. A. J. 
V. 156.) 

187. The Award above quoted. Dat. Leicester, S. a. Pur. of 
B. V. Mary [2 Feb.], i2S2[3]. (D. A. J. v. 156.) 

188. Surrender by Henry de Lexinton, as Bishop of Lincoln, to 
the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, of his farm in their churches of 
Bachewell and Hope, with their chapels, etc. Witn. Thomas, precentor, 
Ralph, treasurer of Lichfield, Mag. Henry de Wishawe, Canon of Lich- 
field, Roger de Foldon, John de Derbe, David de Sancta Frideswida, 
Canons of Lincoln, Roger de Caue, Hugh de Chaddesdon, James de 
Bakepuz. Dat. apud Parcum de Stowe, F. of St. Giles [i Sept.], 1254. 
(Lichf. D. 3.) 

189. Acknowledgment by William de Luceby, Archdeacon of 
Derby, of the exemption of the churches of Bathekwalle, Hope, and 
Tideswelle, from his jurisdiction, as decided by the Archdeacon of 
York " judice a domino papa delegate." 

Witn. Mag. William de Manecestre, Dean, Mag. Thomas, precentor, 
Mag. Richard de Glovemia, treasurer, Mag. Peter de Radnoure, arch- 
deacon of Salopesbir", Mag. William de Kilkenni, Hugh de Sotteby, 
Walter de Porton, Robert de Chebbeseie, Alexander Blund, William de 
Eccleshal, Simon de Norwis, John Francisc', Ralph de Terne, Canons 
of Lichfield. Circ. 1254. (Lichf. Y. 2.) 

190. Roll of parochial visitations of Bakewell. 1270. (Lichf. 
C.C. I.) 

191. Deed whereby William Folegambe of WermenhuU covenants 
not to alienate any of the lands in Baukewell that he holds under the 
Dean and Chapter of Lichfield. Witn. Dom. Robert de Herthull, knt., 
Thomas de Langesdon, Peter de Roland, Robert de Reyndon, Alan de 
Pickeworth. Late Hen. HI. (Lichf. D. 4.) 

192. Letter from John [Peckham], Archbishop of Canterbury, to 
the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, ordering, as Metropolitan, a revision 
of the stipends of the ministers of Bakewell and its chapelries, etc. 
Dat. apud Norwicum, xiii. Kal. Dec. [19 Nov.], 1280. (Lichf. Z. i.) 

193. Letters patent of Edward I. releasing to the Bishop of 
Coventry and Lichfield and the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield all 
claim in the advowson of the church of Bathekewelle. Dat. apud 
Rothelanum [Rhuddlan], 12 Nov., anno 10 [1282]. (Lichf. A. 10.) 

194. Quitclaim from Hugo de Calfoure to Thomas fil. Johannis 
Elys de Langesdone, of a burgage in Bathequelle. Witn. Dom. 
W[illiam] de Gemun, tunc dominus de Bathequelle, Thomas le 
Raggede, Rob. Begum, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Harl. 83 D. 57.) 

195. Tithe roll of wool and lambs of the Jurisdiction of Bakewell. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Lichf. E. 7.) 

196. Tithe roll of Bakewell. 1307. (Lichf. E. 10.) 



26 Bakewell. 

197. Re-ordination and modification of Archbisihop Peckham's 
order concerning Bauquell and its chapelries, by Nicholas de Gore, 
Vicar-General of Canterbury, during vacancy of the See. Dat. Cantuar' 
xiii. Kal. Jul. [19 June], 1313. (Lichf. Z. 2.) 

• 198. Composition between the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield and 
the parishioners of the various Bakewell chapelries as to payment of 
their curates. Dat. F. b. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 1315. (Lichf. 
T.I.) 

199. Letters patent, in duplicate, of Edward II. releasing all 
claim to the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield and to the Dean and 
Chapter of Lichfield in the advowson of the church of Bathekewelle. 
Dat. Westminster, 25 Oct., anno 14 [1320]. (Lichf. A. 11, 12.) 

300. Deed of William, fil. Dom. Will. Gemun, surrendering to his 
father the manor of Baukiswelle, with all beasts, goods, and other 
chattels, reserving only to himself two horses, one a bay, the other 
a gray, with a few other things. Dat. Esthorp, F. of St. Gregory 
[12 Mar.], 18 Edw. IL [1325]. (Harl. 50 G. 28.) 

201. Recognisances entered into by Henry Corel of Bauquell, 
Robert Corel of the same, Walter de Arderne, Hugh le Sotheron, 
Richard Peck, and Richard de Burton, before John de Oxon', sheriff 
of Notts, and Derby, Hugh de Muscham, and Roger de Somervill, 
coroners of the county of Derby, for the good behaviour of Thomas 
Corel of Bauquell. Dat. Nottingham, Sat. b. Midsummer Day, 
10 Edw. in. [1336]. (P. R. O. c. 2187.) 

203. Grant by Robert de Walleghe of Bauquewelle to Roger 
Bysshope of the same of a burgage and house in Bauquewelle. Witn. 
Henry de Suthrone, Rob. de Chepe, Gervase le Mercer, etc. Dat. 
Th. a. F. of St. Nicholas, Bishop [6 Dec], 11 Edw. III. [1337]. 
(Woll. vii. 19.) 

203. Confirmation charter of King Edw. III. of the advowson 
of the church of Bathekewelle to the church of Lichfield. Dat. 10 Apr., 
anno 19 [1345]. (Lichf. A. 13.) 

204. Lease from Thomas de Gunston to Philip fil. Philippi de 
Stredleye and Alice, his wife, of lands in Baukewelle, BirchuUes, Hassop, 
Parva, and Magna Longesdone and Aldeporte, for the lives of the 
lessees, with remainder in tail to James fil. Hugonis de Gunston and 
Joan, his wife. Dat. "in quinque septimanas Paschae," 21 Edw. III. 
[1347]- (Harl. 83 F. 6.) 

205. AccoMPT-ROLL of Bakewell, returned by John Cokayne, 
Proctor for the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield. [1358-9.] (Lichf. 
F. 4.) 

306. Power of attorney by Alice, wife of Robert de Bakewell, to 
John de Burtone, chaplain, to deliver seisin to Robert le Bretener of 
a tenement in Bakewell. Dat. Derby, S. a. F. of St John a p 1 
[6 May], 17 Ric. II. [1394]. (Woll. ii. 73.) > • i- • 

207. Grant from William de Monehase, parson of Bondessale, 
and Roger de Tibshylf, vicar of Baukquell, to Walter Blount, knt., 
Robert Foliambe, clerk, and Thomas Foliambe, of Hulme, with all 
its appurtenances. Witn. William Ferechfelde, knt., William Siliott, 
Robert Plumley, Roger de Hulm, etc. Dat. F. of St. Katharine 
[25 Nov.], 3 Hen. IV. [1401]. (Foljambe.) 



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208. Lease for twenty-four years from Thomas de Stretton, Dean, 
and the Chapter of Lichfield, to Roger de Berdhalgh of a tenement 
at Bakewell on Flehill for twenty-four years. Dat. 12 Jan., \aq2W\. 
(Lichf. D. 9.) 

209. Declaration by William de Moniasshe, chaplain, late rector 
of Bondessale [Bonsai], that a grant from him and Roger de Tybschelfe, 
vicar of Baukewell, to Walter Blount, knt., Robert Foliambe, clerk, 
and Thomas Foliambe, of Hulme, was made of their own free will for 
the souls of Godfrey Foliambe and Amine Foliambe, his father and 
mother. Witn. John Columbel, Richard Foliambe, and Henry de 
Mapulton, chaplain and rector of Bondesale. Dat. F. of All Saints 
[i Nov.], 12 Hen. IV. [1410]. (Foljambe.) 

210. Grant from Richard Flecher of Baukewell to William 
Wostoncroft of a burgage, etc., lying on Flehyll between the land of 
the gild of the Holy Cross and the burgage of Richard Walker. Dat. 
Baukewell, F. of SS. Philip and James [i May], 18 Edw. IV. [1478!. 
(Pole-Gell.) 

211. Acquittance by ... Mountgomery and Humfrey 

to [Henry] Vernon, Esq., for _;^24, for rent of lands in 
Bakewell. Dat. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 20 Edw. IV. [1480! 
(Woll. X. 67.) 

212. Grant from Dom. John de Wolstoncroft, chaplain, to Robert 
Wolstoncroft, his brother, of a burgage in Bakewell and all those 
tenements, etc., there which came to him on the death of William 
Wolstoncroft, his father. Dat. 3 May, 4 Hen. VIII. [15 12]. (Pole- 
Gell.) 

213. Feoffment from William Bowne of Holme, yeoman, to 
Godfrey Foliambe of Walton, lent., George Vernon of Haddon, esq., 
Thomas Rauson, clerk, " Gardianus de Tonge," Roger Bieston, vicar 
of Hareworthe, and others, of all his lands, etc., in Holme, Bakewell, 
and Assheforde. Dat. i Apr., 27 Hen. VIII. [1536]. Attached is the 
declaration of uses of the above, viz., to the use of the said William 
for his life, with remainder to his sons, etc. (Brookhill.) 

214. Grant from Henry Wyllyams, Dean, and the Chapter of 
Lichfield, as rectors of the proprietary parish churches of Baukewell, 
Hope, and Tyddeswall, to Ralph Gell of Hopton, of all the domains, 
manors, and liberties and sites of the rectories of Baukewell, Hope, 
and Tyddeswall, with lands in Holmesfeld and Ashford, Byrchyls, 
Monyashe, Haddon superior, and Capella in ly Fryth. Dat. i July, 
1549. (Lichf. D. 26.) 

BAKEWELL v. also under Eyam, Haddon, Hope, 

MONYASH, TUNSTEAD. 

BALLIDON. 

(Baliden, Balidene, Balydene, Belidene). 

215. Grant from Ailwin fil. Swani and Robert and Henry, his 
" nepotes," to Adam Malet, and one life after him, of the land of 
Balidene, to be held of Richard de Herthul; rent, ^d. Late twelfth 
century. (Woll. vi. 2.) 

Hec est conventio facta inter Ailwinum filium Swani et Rodbertum 
et Henricum nepotes suos et Adam Malet, Scilicet quod predictus 



28 Ballidon. 

Ailwinus et nepotes sui concesserunt Ade Malet et cui de suis post 
decessum suum habere dignum duxerit totum rectum et hereditatem 
quod habent in terra ilia de Balidene, scilicet quatuor bovates terre 
quas debent tenere de Ricardo de Herthul. Tenendam de eis 
et heredibus suis illi et cui placuerit de suis, reddendo inde 
annuatim \\\d. ad festum sancti Martini. Pro hac autem conces- 
sione, predictus Adam dedit predicto Ailwino et nepotibus suis 
duas marcas argenti. Hiis Testibus, Rodberto de Ferariis, 
Henrico fratre suo, Rodberto filio Walchelini, Ricardo de Vemun, 
Willelmo fil. Hereberti, Nichola fil. Pagani, Willelmo de Rideware, 
Augustino fil. Milonis, Hugone de Greseleia, Rodberto de Sumer- 
ville et multis aliis. 

216. Grant, in fee, for two marks, from Richard de Heorthul to 
Adam Malet, of four bovates of land in Belidene; rent, 45. Late 
twelfth century. (Woll. vi. 3.) 

Sciant omnes qui sunt et qui venturi sunt quod ego Ricardus de 
Heorthul concessi et hac presenti carta mea confirmavi Ade Malet 
et heredibus suis de me et heredibus meis in feudo et hereditate 
quatuor bovatas terre cum omnibus pertinentiis in Belidene. Hanc 
itaque terrain prenominatam tenebit predictus A. et heredes sui 
de me et heredibus meis liberam et quietam ab omni servitio ad 
me pertinente salvo servitio forensi, reddendo annuatim quatuor 
solidos ad festum sancti Michahelis. Et sciendum est quod unus 
ex hominibus predicti A. in feudo manens erit ad omnes suos 
halimotz pro domino suo. Preterea predictus Ricardus non debet 
exigere aliquod auxilium a sepedicto A. nee ab hominibus suis. 
Pro ista concessione et hac carta facienda dedit predictus A. 
predicto R. duas marcas argenti et adhuc sciendum est quod 
sepedictus A. dedit dimidiam marcam argenti predicto R. pro 
quodam masuagio Torfini servicio predicto faciente et nullo alio 
exigente. Sciendum est adhuc quod istas quatuor bovatas pre- 
nominatas deresnavit predictus A. per preceptum domini Regis 
coram iusticiis apud Notingehan. Preterea predictus R. non 
exigebit a sepedicto A. vel ab hominibus suis aliquid iniuste vel 
aliqua mala causa. 

His testibus, Thoma clerico de Badechewell, Rodberto de 
Fer[rariis], Henrico fratre suo, Hugone de Acoure, Rodberto de 
Grendon, Wamero de Beileie, Henrico de Bee, Ricardo de Bentl', 
Henrico de Heorth', Rodberto Malluuel cum pluribus aliis. 

317. Lease from John Cokayn, knt., to John Taylor of Balydene and 
Robert, his son, of the manor of Balydene, "dummodo eisdem tenere 
placuerit " ; rent, 665. 8^. Dat. Morrow of Annunc. B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 

15 Hen. VL [1437]. (Woll. vi. 4.) 

218. Covenant between Thomas Bate, esq., and Isabella, his 
wife, and John Cokayne, esq., whereby it is agreed that whenever the 
said John shall re-grant on demand to the said Thomas and Isabella, 
the manor of Middleton for the life of the said Isabella, he shall 
hold the manor of Baliden to himself and his heirs for ever. Dat. 

16 Oct., 25 Hen. VI. [1446]. (Woll. vi. 5.) 

BAMFORD. 

(Baumford, Baumforth, Bownford.) 

219. Grant from John fil. Oliveri de Baumford to John, the son 
of him and of Isabella Clement, of a messuage and a bovate of land 



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which Rosa quondam uxor Petri de Baumford held in dower in 
Baumford. Witn. Tho. de Abbeney, Will, de Northleghes, Nich. de 
Baumford, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of Inven. of Holy Cross [3 May], 
35 Edw. III. [1361]. (Add. 9237.) 

220. Quitclaim from William fil. Joh. fil. Oliveri de Baumforth 
to William fil. Nich. de Baumforth, of lands in the same town; rent 
^d. Witn. Robert le Ayr de Thomhyll, John Warde, John de Baum- 
forth, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Peter ad vincula [i Aug.], 6 Ric. II. 
[1382]. (Add. 9240.) 

231. GraJJt from Robert Skynner de Baumforde and Rosa, his 
wife, to William Skynner, his son, of a messuage and land in Baumford; 
rent to the chief lord of the fee 4^. yearly. Witn. Oliver Hally de 
Schatton, Willianf le Eyer de Hurst, Robert Foxe de Baumforde, etc. 
Dat. I Mar., 12 Hen. VI. [1434]. (Add. 9250.) 

222. Quitclaim from John Skynner, son of Robert Skynnere de 
Baumforde, to William Skynnere, his brother, of a messuage and land 
in Baumforde. Dat. F. of Pur. of B. V. Mary [2 Feb.], 16 Hen. VI, 
[1438]. (Add. 7865.) 

BAMFORD V. also under Thornhill. 

BARLBOROUGH. 

(Barlburgh.) 

223. Grant from Thomas de Hyll of Staley Wodthorp [Staveley 
Woodthorpe] to Thomas, Lord Clyfforth [Clifford], of all his lands, 
etc., within the demesne of Barlburgh and the demesne of Staley, 
with all his goods, etc. Witn. John Hard of Tharlsthorp, Stephen 
at Wode of Rowmley, William Stubbyng, etc. Dat. Th. in Easter 
Week [i Apr.], 33 Hen. VI. [1455]. (Foljambe.) 

BARLBOROUGH v. also under Killamarsh, Spinkhill. 

BARLOW. 

(Barleia, Barley.) 

334. Confirmation by Adam de Lees to Allan Leham of all 
that land called Barley Woodsetts, between Le Roggwaygate and Water- 
fallgate. Witn. Thomas de Brampton, Peter de Dunston, Thomas de 
Woodhouse, Hugh de Linacre, etc. Undated. (Rfel. xx. 109.) 

225. Grant from Jordan de Habetot to Robert Francus de Barleia 
of all that land which Thomas fil. Hardolf held between Lunbrok, the 
land of Orm, the carpenter, and Henganderidinge. Witn. Laurence de 
Burtona, Roger de Langleia, Hugh de Walltun, Hugh de Linacre, 
Thomas de Leyes, Nicholas le Dunne, William fil. Kalkin, Helyas de 
Bosco de Barleie, etc. Undated. (Rel. xx. 220.) 

226, Grant from Roger le Hem de Barley Wodsetis to William 
fil. Willelmi Fabri de eadem on his marriage with Margery, his daughter, 
and to their children, of the land which Nicholas Sub-monte some- 
time held in Barley Wodsetis, lying near Holbrok, Duntisburn, and Le 
Goldicroft. Witn. Jordan de Abetot, Thomas de Leys, Walter de Leys, 
Robert Edif. Undated. (Rel. xx. 220.) 



30 Barlow. 

227. Grant from Walter le Caus de Brampton to William fil. 
Willelmi de Barley of all that land which Nicholas Sub-monte some- 
time held in Barley Wodsetis. Witn. Thomas de Leys, Walter de Leys, 
Robert Franceys, William le Hem, Roger le Hem. Undated. 
(Rel. XX. 220.) 

228. Grant from William de Abetot to the Hospitallers of Staveley 
of a bovate of land in Barleia lying between the land which was 
William Cronzun's and the land of Roger Le Eam which is called 
Langeleieker, for a term of twelve years from the Feast of St. Martin 
[11 Nov.], "anno postquam dominus Johannes rex Anglie cepit 
terdecimum denarium per Angliam " \_sc. a.d. 1207]. Witn. Robert de 
Walet[on], Robert de Braminton, Nicholas de Langele, Roger filius 
suus, Walter de Heliun, Herbert de Hani', Ralph filius suus, Alan, 
capellanus de Staveley, and many others. (Harl. 86 G 46.) 

229. Grant and quitclaim from Thomas Abtoft fil. et her. Roberti 
Abtoft de Barley, to Robert fil. Rob. de Hull de Barley Wodecetes 
of the reversion of a bovate of land called Hikelland on the death 
of his mother Mary. Witn. William de Wigley, William fil. Alani, 
Robert Mower, etc. Dat. F. of St. Peter [29 June], 1339. 
(Rel. XX. 164.) 

230. Grant from Robert de Barley, sen., Roger del More, Alan 
le Milner, sen., Alexander Bradschugh, and others, to Henry Nutte, 
of Castulton, of a messuage and bovate of land in Barley Wodesetes 
which Richard del Gorszes formerly held. Dat. Barley, S. a. F. of 
Corpus Christi [8 June], 1368. (Rel. xx. no.) 

231. Grant from Thomas Gomfrey, clerk, and Robert Hykson, 
chaplain, to Joan, dau. of Richard G . . er, wife of Thomas del 
More, of all the lands, etc., in Barley which they had of the grant 
of Ralph Barker. Witn. William Grayne, John Hykson, etc. Dat. 
S. a. F. of St. Cedde [7 Jan.], 18 Ric. 11. [1395]. (Foljambe.) 

232. Grant from Richard Hykson of Barley, chaplain, and Henry 
Fleccher, of Barleyleghes, to William Grayve of Barley and Matilda, 
his wife, of all the lands which they have of the said William in the 
fees of Barley and Dronfeld. Witn. Roger Johnson, Alan Milner, 
Robert Moldyng, etc. Dat. W. a. F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 
21 Ric. II. [1397]. (Foljambe.) 

233. Grant from William Barley, dominus de Barley, to James 
Maver, of a messuage, etc., extending between the common pasture, 
west, and the high road, leading from Homesfeld east, with a croft 
near the water of Dunsseburn on the south and the high road from 
Holmesfeld to Chastrefeld on the north, in the lordship of Barley in 
the fee of Staveley. Witn. William Coke of Holmesfeld, John 
Hasseland, Robert Willus, Robert Schemyld, etc. Dat. Th. b. F. of 
SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 1402. (Rel. xx. no.) 

234. Grant from Robert Fleccher of Barlay to William de Neubolt 
of the same, and John Knutton, of a tenement in Barlay. Witn. John 
Elys of Whittyngton, Thomas Jamesson, etc. Dat. F. of St. Valentine 
[14 Feb.], 5 Hen. VI. [1427]. (Foljambe.) 

235. Confirmation by James Mouwer de Bradway to William 
Dorant of Barley and Joan Bentlay, his wife, dau. of William Bentlay, 
and to their children, of the lands, etc., in Barley Wodsetes, which 



Barton Blount. 31 

descended to him on the death of Adam Mouwer, his father. Witn 
John Barker, Robert Sergeant, Thomas Maynerd of Dronfield, etc. 
Dat. Barley, 1 June, 16 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Rel. xx. 112.) 

. ^3^- , Grant from Agnes Fletcher of Barley, widow, to John Percy, 
vicar of Dronfeld, John Hordron, chaplain, and John Pare, of 
INotyngham, of a messuage and land in Barley which she had in con- 
junction with Robert Fletcher, her husband, by grant from Wilham 
Newbolt and John Knotton. Witn. Robert Barley, sen., esq., Thomas 
Cokayn, gent., etc. Dat. F. of St. John B. [24 June], %-i Hen. VI. 
[1459]- (Foljambe.) ^ 

237- Sale from Robert Mower of Barley Woodesete to George, 
Earl of Shrewsbury, of the timber from the woods called Roweswood, 
Roweshagge, Alenhille, and two little hags called Depe Clough in the 
lordship of Barley. Dat. 18 Oct., 1526. (Rel. xx. 112.) 

BARLOW V. also under Dronfield. 

BARTON BLOUNT. 

(Bartona, Bartun.) 

238. *Grant from Robert de Bachepus, with assent of Robert, his 
son and heir, to John, his son, of the whole land of " Comton " and 
"Aissendene" [West Compton and Ashdown, in E. Ilsley, Co. Berks.], 
to hold as freely as he himself held it of Earl Robert [de Ferrers] in 
the time of King Henry the elder by the service of one knight. [Temp. 
Hen. II., before 1166.] (Add. 21 172.) 

Robertus de Bachep'. Omnibus hominibus totius Anglie tarn 
presentibus quam futuris, Francis et Anglis salutem. Notum sit 
omnibus uobis me concessisse et dedisse Johanni filio meo pro 
seruitio suo totam terram de Comtun et de Aissendene [Compton 
and Ashenden, Co. Berks.] cum omnibus pertinentiis suis in Bosco 
et in piano, in pratis et in pascuis, in aquis et Molendinis, in 
viis et in semitis, tam libera et tam quiete quam ego melius eam 
tenui de Comite Roberto tempore Henrici Regis senioris per 
seruicium i militis de me tenendam et de heredibus meis ipse et 
heredes sui. Hanc donationem concessit Robertus filius et heres 
mens. Testes, Henricus presbyter, Hugo clericus de Cubeleia, 
Robertus de Piro, dapifer; Willelmus fil. Nigelli, Galfridus de 
Bachep', Rogerus Duredent, Radulfus de Gmelega, Radulfus de 
Mungumeri, Radulfus fil. Nicholai, Ricardus de Normantun et 
Robertus fil. eius, Willelmus fil. Terri, Robertus de Landa, Robertus 
de Trussele, Henricus fil. Roberti de Lega, Henricus de Barwa, 
Aluricus de Broctun, Reginaldus de Boslistun, Wimundus de 
Bartun, Robertus Rufus, Aluredus, Gillebertus fil. Cnihtwin et 
omnis Hallimot de Bartun. 

239. Grant and confirmation by Robert de Bakepuz to John, his 
brother, of the gift which his father made to the latter, of all his land 
of Barton and all his land of Benethleia [Hungry Bentley], for which 
the said John becomes his man in the court of his lord, Earl William 
de Ferrers, and gives to him, the said Robert, in acknowledgment a 
gold bezant. Temp. Hen. II., after 1166. (Harl. 45 F. 23.) 

* This charter is included though the lands are in Berks, because it is manifestly 
a Derbyshire charter, as witness the concluding words " et omnis Hallimot de 
Bartun." 



3? Barton Blount. 

Robertus de Bakepuz, omnibus hominibus tocius Anglie Francis 
et Anglicis tarn presentibus quam futuris salutem. Sciatis me 
dedisse et concessisse et hac presenti carta mea confirmasse Johanni 
fratri meo et heredibus suis in feudo et hereditate donacionem 
quam pater meus illi fecit pro seruicio suo scilicet totam terram 
de Bartona et totam terram de Benethleia cum omnibus pertinenciis, 
In villis et in agris et in boscis et in planis, In uiis et in semitis, 
In pratis et in pascuis, In aquis et in Molendinis, et in omnibus 
locis, Illi et heredibus suis pro homagio et seruicio suo dedi et 
quiete concessi, de me et heredibus meis tenendas, libere et quiete 
ab omni servicio ad me vel ad heredes meos pertinente per 
servicium unius militis, et sicut pater meus liberius et honorificen- 
cius ac quiecius ante ipsum terras predictas umquam tenuit. Pro 
hac vero donacione et concessione et confirmacione, Ipse Johannes 
deuenit homo meus in curia domini mei Comitis Willelmi de 
Ferers et ipse predictus Johannes dedit mihi in recognitione 
unum besantum aureum. 

Teste Willelmo, Comite de Ferers, domino meo, Roberto de 
Perer, dapifero, Willelmo Pantun, Roberto de Ferers fratre Comitis, 
Roberto et Henrico de Ferers, awnculis Comitis, Sewalo filio 
Fulcheri, Roberto fil. Walchelini, Waltero de Sumetul, Gaufrido de 
Bachepuz, Humfrido de Thoke, Roberto de Hetford, Johanne de 
Turberuile, Roberto de Leia, Henrico filio suo, Ricardo de 
Normanton, Henrico fil. Walchelini, Petro fratre suo, Willelmo 
fratre suo et pluribus aliis. Apud Totesburiam. 

BASLOW V. under Bubnall, Chapel-en-le-Frith. 

BEARWARDCOTE, in Etwall. 
(Berewardcote, Bervardcote, Berwardcote.) 

240. Grant, for six marks, by Nicholas de Chambres, to the 
nuns of St. Mary of Kynghesmedewe [King's Mead or De Pratis, 
Derby], of two acres of meadow in Bervardecote, with confirmation 
of four acres in the same, which tjiey held of the gift of Nicholas de 
Fynderna. Witn. Nicholas de Henovere, Nicholas de Fynderna, William 
fil. Philippi, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 33.) 

BEARWARDCOTE v. also under BURNASTON. 
BEAUCHIEF. 

(Beauchef, Beauchieff, Beucheff, De Bello Capite.) 

241. Grant from Hugh de Barkhowse to Ralph de Dore and 
William de Barkhowse of all the goods and chattels which he has in 
his tannery of Beauchief, with all dues belonging thereto. Witn. Adam 
Lawnder, Henry Barker of Beauchief, Thomas Barker of Dore Dat 
S. a. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 7 Ric. II. [1383]. (D. A. J. iii. 104.) 

242. Lease from John Swyffte, Abbot of Beauchief and the Convent 
of the same, to Nicholas Longford, squyer, of all lands, etc., within the 
precincts and bounds of the said Abbey in Beauchieff, for three years 
at a yearly rent of a pair of gloves, certain lands, etc., being excepted 
w ^ ?«°u^"'^,^T"/"^, "Brekmedow," "a spryng that is called 
Hudclyff banke, the walke mylne," the " smythees," " a barkhowse," 
a Lawnderhowsse," the " kyrke yarde," etc. Dat. 1 May, t Edw IV 
[1463]. (Foljambe.) ' ^ 



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243. Grant from John, Abbot of Beauchief, to Sir John Talbot, 
Earl of Shrewsbury, in return for his promised counsel, support', 
protection, and aid in every necessity, of a yearly fee for life of five 
marks at Beauchief. Dat. Scheafeld [Sheffield ?], 8 Aug., 6 Edw. IV. 
[1466]. Fine seal of the Abbot. (Foljambe.) 

BEAUCHIEF v. also under Beeley, Chesterfield, 

WiRKSWORTH. 



BEELEY. 

(Beghley, Belee, Beley, Bethley, Bethtley, Beyeleye, 
Beyleghe, Beyleye.) 

244. Grant for five and a half silver marks with three bezants 
to his wife and three to Serlo, his son, and for admission of himself 
and his wife into spiritual fraternity with the house and the whole 
Prsemonstratensian order, from Wamerius de Begalaia to the Abbey and 
Canons of Beauchef, of " totam harewdam " [Harewood Grange, in 
Beeley] and of land extending from the Cross of Wadescelf to Derley 
and of common of pasture for a specified number of cattle; rent, \os. 
Witn. Ralph Basset, Canonicus de Rouecestre [Roucester, Co. Staff.], 
Hugh de Dronefeld, Robert, persona de Dereleia [Darley], Mag. Hugh 
de Cestrefeld, Geoffrey de Bramtona, Alan de Edelwaldeleia, etc. 
Early thirteenth century. (Woll. i. 13.) 

245. Grant from Margery, domina de Bethtley, to Osbert de 
Chawortht of half a bovate of land in le Grevis, which Wydo de 
Bobinhul sometime held, and a meadow in Bethtley which the same 
Wydo bought from John, de Bethtley. Witn. Robert Bojoun, Roger de 
Bobinhul, Richard de Basselowe, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. ii. 43.) 

246. Grant from William fil. Osseberti de Chatiswortht to WilHam 
fil. Hugonis de le Greves, of the lands named in the preceding charter. 
Witn. Richard de Crakemere, Robert de le Grevis, Robert de Frogcote, 
etc. Temp. Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Woll. ii. 43A.) 

247. Grant from William fil. Osseberti de Chatiswortht to Aliscia 
fil. Rad. fil. Lescie de Edinsouere, of the moiety of that half-bovate 
of land which Ossebert, his father, sometime held in Le Grevis from 
Margaret, condam domina de Bethtleye, and the moiety of a meadow 
which Wydo de Bobinhull bought from John de Bethtleye in the field 
of Bethtleye. Witn. Richard de Crakemere, John de Roulisleye, Robert 
de Grevis, etc. Temp. Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Woll. ii. 44.) 

248. Grant from the Abbot and Convent de Bello Capite 
[Beauchief] to William de le Grevis of half a bovate of land in le Grevis, 
which Osbert de Ore, Dominus de Beghley, gave to them; rent, 2,°d. 
Witn. Peter de Baumford, Adam de Ronnesley, William de Chatteswrth, 
Peter de Rolund. Temp. Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Woll. ii. 45.) 

249. Copy of a grant from Robert del Greves of Beyleye to Robert, 
his son, of a messuage and a bovate of land in Beyleye; rent, 35. \d. 
Witn. John de Roulesley, Richard de Crakemere, John de Caltorp, etc. 
Dat. Beyleye, F. b. Pentecost [24 May], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. 
(Woll. ii. 52.) 

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34 Bee ley. 

350. Grant from Robert fil. Steph. Attebrigge of Essovere to Giles 
del Greves and Leticia, his wife, of half a bovate of land in le Greves, 
near Beghley, which descended to him, with other land, at the death 
of Alice, his mother. Witn. Thomas de Beghley, Dominus de Beghley, 
John de Raunsley, Richard de Crakmersh, etc. Dat. Beghley, F. of 
St. Peter in Cathedra [22 Feb.i], I3i6[7]. (Woll. ii. 49.) 

351. Grant from Giles de Greves to Thomas, his son, of a half 
bovate of land and a messuage in the field of Greves. Witn. Thomas 
de Biley, Richard Crakemefshe, Richard de Fallinghe, etc. Dat. Greves, 
Mor. of SS. Processus and Martinian [2 July], 1324. (Woll. ii. 48.) 

352. Grant from Thomas fil. Egidii de les Grevez to Thomas fil. 
Hen. de Chattesworthe of a place of land in Beley. Witn. Thomas de 
Beley, John de Caltone of Chattesworthe, William fil. Galfridi de Beley, 
etc. Dat. Beley, W. b. F. of St. Thomas [7 July], 31 Edw. III. [1357]. 
(Woll. ii. 46.) 

353. Grant from Thomas fil. Egidii de lez Greves to John, his son, 
of a messuage and land in lez Greves. Witn. Thomas de Beley, Thomas 
Attegate, and Roger Normone. Dat. Le Grevez, S. b. F. of St. Lawrence 
[2 Feb.], 33 Edw. in. [1359]. (Woll. ii. 47.) 

254. Grant from William de le Grewis to Giles fil. Matthei de 
Basselowe of half a bovate of land and a meadow in le Grewis, in 
the field of Beyeley; rent, 27;^. Witn. John de Roulislegh, Richard de 
Crakemersh, Hugh de le Falling, etc. Temp. Edw. III. (Woll. ii. 50.) 

255- Grant from John Page and Alice, daughter of John Thomsone, 
of Chattesworthe, to William de Aderleye, Thomas de Aderleye, clerk, 
and WilHam de Ulkerthorpe, of lands in Belee and Chattesworthe. 
Dat. Beeley, 10 Jan., 15 Ric. II. [1392]. (Woll. ii. 57.) 

356. Release from Thomas de Adarley, clerk, and William de 
Ulkerthorp, to Thomas, son of Giles del Greves, of lands in Beley and 
Chattesworth, which they held from John Page and Alice, his wife. 
Witn. Dionisius de RoUesley, Thomas, fil. Hugonis, and William 
Norman. Dat. Beley, W. a. F. of St. George [2^ Apr.l, 17 Ric. II. 
[1394]- (Woll. ii. 58.) 

257. License by Robert, Abbas de Bello Capite [Beauchief], to 
Thomas Gylessone of le Greves, to alienate a messuage and half a 
bovate of land which he held of the same Abbot in le Greves. Dat. 
Beauchief, Kal. Maij [i May], 21 Ric. IL [1398]. (Woll. ii. 51.) 

258. Lease for three lives from William Gresley, Abbas de Bello 
Capite [Beauchief], of the grange of Harewode, to William de Stone 
of Harewode, Johanna, his wife, and one son. Witn. William Ulker- 
thorppe, John Lynacre, Thomas Caus, etc. Dat. Beauchief Abbey, 
M. a. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 10 Henry VI. [1431]. (Woll. i. 14.) 

259. Grant from John Greveys of Beley to William Greveys of 
Bramtone, his brother, of a tenement with lands in Beley, which 
belonged to Thomas Gylessone, his father, and John, his brother. 
Witn. Henry Stafford of Beley, Dionisius Norman of the same, Richard 
Thomlynsone of Greveys, etc. Dat. Beley, F. of Ann. of B V M 
[25 Mar.], 16 Hen. VL [1438]. (Woll. ii. 54.) 



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260. Release from Thomas Greveys, son of Giles Greveys of Beley, 
to William Graves of Bramtone, of lands in Beley apud le Greveys. 
Witn. Henry Stafford of Beley, Dionisius Norman of the same, Richard 
Thomlynsone of Greveys, etc. Dat. Beley, i Apr., 16 Hen. VI. 
[1438]. (Won. ii. S3.) 

261. Release from John Greveys of Beley and Marjory, his wife, to 
William Greveys of Bramtone, of lands at le Greveys in the fee of 
Beley. Witn. Henry Stafford of Beley, Dionisius Norman, Richard 
Thomlynsone of Greveys, etc. Dat. Beley, i Apr., j6 Hen. VI. 
[1438]. (Won. ii. 55.) 

262. Writing by Henry Columbelle, squyer. Sir Richard Johnson, 
etc., requesting alms for the support of a priest in the chapel of 
St. Mary in Beley, in Derwentdale, recently founded by John Eyre, 
chapeleyn. Dat. 18 Mar., 13 Edw. IV. [1473]. (Woll. i. 12.) 

263. Will of William Greves of Beyleghe. Dat. 12 Feb., 1497P]. 
Proved 5 Mar. same year. (Woll. ii. 59.) 

264. Bond by Nicolas Grevys of Bramptone, husbandman, to 
William Grevys of Beley and John Grevys, his son, in 100 marks, for 
the occupation of a messuage [in Beeley] during his life. Dat. Beley, 
8 Apr., 19 Hen. VII. [1504]. (Woll. ii. 62.) 

265. Lease from John Norton, Abbot, and the Convent of 
Beucheff [Beauchief], to Sir John Blakiswalle, chauntry-priest, of 
Dronfeld [Dronfield], of the grange called Harwod, for eighty 
years, with remainder to Christofer and Robert Blackwalle, his 
brothers, to Thomas, son of Cristofer, and John the son of Robert, 
and to Elizabeth and Agnes, daughters respectively of the said 
Cristofer and Robert ; rent 40.?. Dat. Chapter House of Beucheff, 
F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], i5o6[7]. (Woll. i. 15.) 

266. Agreement between Roger Cowper and Roger Cocken and 
Johanna Grevis and George Held, all of Beley, for an exchange of 
lands in Beley. Dat. i April, 3 Edw. VI. [1549]. (Woll. ii. 61.) 

BEELEY V. also under Chatsworth, Chelmorton, 
Chesterfield, Somersall. 

BEIGHTON. 

(Becthon, Becton, Beghton.) 

267. Grant, for fourscore marks, from Dom. Walter de Furneaus, 
miles., to William de Furneaus, his brother, of the manor of Becton; 
rent, id.., due on St. Radegund's Day in St. Radegund's Church, 
Becton. Witn. Dom. Thomas de Fumival, Dom. William de Cressi, 
Dom. Thomas de Eywyle, milites, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Campb. iv. 11.) 

268. Grant from Robert de Fornaus, miles., Dominus de Becthon, 
with consent of William de Fornaus, his brother, to Geoffrey Bareth 
and Matilda, his wife, of lands in Becthon; rent, 13^. Witn. William 
Gere of Becthon, William de Parco of the same, William de Mauthone, 
jun., etc. Dat. F. of Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 2 Edw. III. 
[1328]. (Campb. V. 16.) 



36 Beighton. 

269. Grant from John fil. Rog. de Byrlay in Becthon to John 
Pye, of a messuage, etc., in, the vill and territory of Byrlay in Becthon. 
Witn. Robert Waryn, William Gers, William de Pecco, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 2 Edw. III. [1328]. (Foljambe.) 

270. Grant in tail from Robert de Fumeaux and William de 
Furneaux to William fil. Thorn, de Sawere, of Beghton, of a garden 
in Beghton and land in Walterthorpe ; rent, is. Witn. William Gere, 
of Beghtone, Gilbert de Somersdeby, William fil. Galfridi of the same. 
Dat. W. a. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 4 Edw. III. [1330]- (Campb. 
i. I.) 

271. Grant from John Pye to Richard de Byrton of Treton and 
Alice, his wife, dau. of the said John, of a messuage, etc., in Byrley, 
in the fee of Beghton. Witn. William de Staynton, William de 
Hallenthorp, William de Cotyngham. Dat. S. a. F. of Inv. of H. 
Cross [3 May], 30 Edw. III. [1356]. (Foljambe.) 

272. Grant from Robert Pye of Tukysford in le Cley [Tuxford, 
Co. Notts.] to William Smyth of Morysburgh [Mosborough] and John 
Mymmott of the same, of a toft and croft in Byrley and fifteen acres 
of land in the ' fields of Byrley. Witn. William Smyth, jun., Robert 
Smyth, John Tomson, etc. Dat. Ekyngton, S. a. Michaelmas, 8 Hen. V. 
[1420]. (Foljambe.) 

273. Grant from Robert Pye of Tuxford in le Cley [Co. Notts.] 
to William Plomley of sixteen acres of land and meadow in the fields 
of Birley. Witn. William Tilley of Hakunthorpe, John Tomson of 
Rygeway, John Nelsthorpe, John Cade. Dat. Ekynton, F. of 

St. Matthias* [24 Feb.], 10 Hen. V. [1423]. (Foljambe.) 

274. Grant from William Plomleg to John Robert, jun., of 
sixteen acres of land and meadow in the fields of Birley. Witn. 
William Dolphyn, John Tomson of Rygeway, Giles Blount, etc. Dat. 
Plomley, 16 July, 11 Hen. V. \sic ? for i Hen. VI., 1423]. (Foljambe.) 

275. Grant from William Smyth of Mosburgh and John Mymmot 
of the same to John Robert of Byrley, of a toft and croft in Byrley 
and fifteen acres of land in the fields of the same. Witn. John Wylson, 
John Wendesley, Thomas Newbold. Dat. Ekynton, F. of Pur. of 
B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 32 Hen. VI. [1454]. (Foljambe.) 

276. Grant from John Robert of Birley, in the parish of Beghton, 
to Thomas Fryth of Gledles, John Newbolt of Hakynthorp, and Robert 
Mymot of Rygeway, of a toft and 15 acres of land in Birley. 
Witn. John Alston, William Wigfall, etc. Dat. Birley, F. of St. Andrew 
[30 Nov.], 2 Hen. VII. [i486]. (Foljambe.) 

277. Grant from John Robert to William Robert, his son, of a 
toft and croft in Byrley with other lands in Byrley and Oldefelde. 
Witn. John Newbold, Thomas Fryth, etc. Dat. F. of St. Cecilia 
[22 Nov.], 4 Hen. VII. [1488]. (Foljambe.) 

278. Quitclaim from John Robartte and John Gyles of Birley, 
son of Giles Robarte, late of Birley, near Beghton, to Henry Foliambe, 

*A mistake here, as 10 Hen. V. began 21 Mar., 1422, and he died 31 Aug., 
1422. The Saint's day may be in error, or " 10 Hen. V." should be " I Hen. VI." 



Beniley, Fenny. 2>7 

lord of Walton, of sixteen acres of land [in Birley]. Dat. W. a. 
Christmas, 1488. (Foljambe.) 

BEIGHTON V. also under BRAMPTON, CHESTERFIELD. 



HELPER. 

(Bearper, Beauper, Beaureper.) 

279. Grant from John Wyttyngtone of Derby, smythe, to John 
Bothe of Arlestone, esq., and John Fitzherbert of Etwelle, esq., of a 
messuage and croft in Beaureper. Witn, John Waundelle, Rob. 
Wyttyngtone, etc. Dat. 26 May, 15 Edw. IV. [1475]. (Woll. vii. 33.) 

280. Extract from court-roll of Belper Manor held at DuflBeld on 
Th. a. F. of the Epiphany [6 Jan.], 13 Hen. VII. [1498], recording 
the siurender by John Sowter of an acre of land and half a rood in 
Stanley, etc. (Trusley.) 

281. Release from Margaret, widow of John Brigge of Maperley, 
to Robert Tykhulle of le Stanley Graunge, gent., of lands in Beaureper. 
Witn. Robert Morten of le Parkhalle, gent, John Morten of Maperley, 
gent., Henry Fawconer of Schypley, etc. Dat. 10 July, 22 Hen. VII. 
[1507]. (Woll. viii. 66.) 

282. Rental of lands in Belper. 1537. (Kerry xiv. 55.) 

283. Lease from Henry Sacheuerell of Ratclyff upon Sore, esq., 
to Thomas Sacheverell of Cheuerell Hall, Co. Notts., gent, faf a moiety 
of all the " tithe cornes of all maner of greynes tythe hey and all other 
tythes " in the " toune hamelettes belonging to Beauper," parcel of the 
parsonage of Duffeld, "pryncipals tythe woll and lambe tythe eggs 
appuls and tythe wodd excepted and alweis reservid to ye said Henry." 
Dat. 20 Apr., 36 Hen. VIII. [1545]. (Trusley.) 

BENTLEY, FENNY. 

(Benetylee, Benteley, Fynny Benteley.) 

284. Grant from Nicholas de Benetylee to John, his son, by Avice, 
his wife, of a moiety of the cultivated land held by him of Robert 
fil. Geraldi, at a yearly rent of five shillings and a pair of gloves worth 
one penny. Witn. Dom. R. " presbyter," Ralph de Tykenhal, Ralph, 
clericus de Stapenhill, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Stowe 46.) 

285. Lease, for twelve years, from Henry Bradbume to John 
Whithed of his water-mill of Fynny Benteley, the tenant to keep the 
mill in good repair, but the lessor to supply the necessary timber. 
Dat Michaelmas Day, 18 Hen. VI. [1439]- (Bemrose.) 

286. Lease from Cicelye Sandford of Cryche, widow, to John 
Beresford of Bradeley Ashe, of all her lauds, etc., in the lordship 
of Fenny Bentley. Dat 6 May, 14 Hen. VIII. [1522]. (Beresf. 72.) 

BENTLEY, fenny, v. also under Bradburn. 



38 Bentley, Hungry. 

BENTLEY, HUNGRY. 

(Benethleia, Benteleye.) 

387. Grant from John de Nedham of Benteley to Thomas fil. 
Amote de Benteleye, of lands in the fee of Benteleye ; rent, 2d,. Witn. 
Philip de Benteleye, John fil. Hen. de Benteleye, William Perfey of 
the same, etc. Dat S. a. F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 
I Ric. II. [1377]. (Woll. iii. 4.] 

288. Grant from William le Cook, vicar of Longeford, and Ralph 
de Alkemontone, chaplain, to William de le Halle of Bentley and 
Emma, his wife, of lands in Bentley. Witn. Tho. Coupere, Will, de 
Alkemontone, John Feirolet, etc. Dat. Bentley, S. a. F. of St. Thomas, 
Ap. [21 Dec], 4 Ric. II. [1380]. (Woll. iii. 6.) 

389. Release from John Meynille, chaplain, to Oliver de Bertone, 
of the manor of Benteleye. Dat. London, S. a. Pur. of B. V. M. 
[2 Feb.], s Ric. II. [1382]. (Woll. iii. 5.) 

BENTLEY, HUNGRY, v. also under Barton Blount. 

BIRCHILL V. under Bakewell. 

BIRCHOVER. 

(BiRCHEOVERE, BiRCHOUER, BURCHORE, BYRCHEOR, 

Byrchore, Byrchouere.) 

290. Grant from Henry fil.- Willelmii Carpentarii de Birchouer 
to Richard fil. Maye of all his lands, etc., in the fields, etc., of 
Birchouer, which Ralph de Aula sometime held. Witn. John Selveyn 
of Winstar, Ralph Gerart, Roger, dominus de Wendesleye, Robert 
Aubrey. Circ. 1270. (Kerry xix. 367.) 

291. Release from Henry fil. et her. Willelmi dicti Carpentarii 
de Birchovere to Thomas fil. Henrici de Stantoneleyes of lands in 
"le Romesey side" in Birchover; rent, one halfpenny. Witn. Thomas 
de Grattone, clericus, William de Longesd[on] in Yellegrave, Henry de 
Hotot', etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. ii. 29.) 

292. Grant from Robert de Waddisley fil. Ade de Waddisl' to 
Thomas fil Henrici de Stantoneleyis of his demesne land, which Simon 
de Cromforde, William de Esseboume, etc., held of him, with the wood 
called Sabyneheye, etc., in Bircheovere; rent, 2d. Witn. Dom. Adam 
de Herthul, Thomas Folegambe, clericus, Henry de Otot, Hugh de 
Meynel in Wynstre, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. ii. 11.) 

393. Grant from William de Birchovere to Thomas, his son, and 
Cecilia, his son's wife, of the manor of Bircheouere; rent, £\o and a 
rose. Witn. Geoffrey de Dethek, Ranulph de Snittertone, John de 
Suttone, etc. Dat. Bircheovere, T. a. F. of St. Luke fiS Oct.], 
10 Edw. III. [1336]. (Woll. ii. 66.) 

294. Grant from Thomas de Birchovere to Robert de Aldeport, 

capellanus, of the water-mill of Birchovere and of 55. rod. rent from 

William de Hulle, with homage of the same. Witn. Walter fil Ade de 

Bircheovere, Henry Faber, Walter le Reve, etc. Dat. Bircheovere Vio- 

* of Holy Trinity [6 June], 23 Edw. III. [1349]. (Woll. ii. 67.) " 



B ire hover. 39 

295. Grant, in tail, from Robert de Aldeport, chaplain, to Thomas 
de Bircheovere and Cecilia, his wife, of the water-mill of Birchovere, 
with 5 J. 10^. rent, and the homage of William de Hulle. Witn. Hugh 
Meignille of Wynster, Robert de Grattone, Robert de Knyvetone, etc. 
Dat. Birchover, Morr. of Holy Trinity [8 June], 23 Edw. III. [1349]- 
(Woll. ii. 24.) 

296. Grant from Thomas de Birchovere to Robert de Aldeporte, 
rector of Neutone, Robert de Wyrkesworthe, chaplain, of lands, etc., 
in Birchovere, and rent from lands in Stantone. Witn. Thomas 
Foliaumbe, Dominus de Eltone, John de Resintone, Thomas de 
Rideware, etc. Dat. Birchovere, W. a. F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 
1350 [1351]- (Woll. ii. 17.) 

297. Grant from William de Aldewerk of Birchovere to William 
Eleyn of Brasyngtone, chaplain, of lands in Birchovere. Witn. John 
de Shirley, Walter Aleyn of Birchovere, John le Smythe of the same. 
Dat. Birchovere, T. b. Pentecost [24 May], 2 Ric. II. [1379]. (Woll. 
ii. 28.) 

298. Inventory of the lands of Henry de Aldwerk in Birchover. 
1413. (D. A. J. xxii. 49.) 

399. Terrier of the lands of Henry de Aldewerk in Birchover. 
Dat. Aldewerk, F. of St. Peter in cathedra [22 Feb.], i Hen. V. [1414]. 
(Kerry xix. 368.) 

300. Quitclaim from Nicholas Baxter of Derby and Margaret, his 
wife, widow of Richard del Hill, of the parish of Yolgrave, to John de 
Strelley fil. Nicholai de Strelley, knt., John Hunt of Asshover, William 
Boxon of Rokeston, co. Bedf., and William Aston of London, of all 
his lands in Le Hill, Birchover, and Stanton in Yolgrave, which were 
sometime Richard del HlU's. Dat. Derby, S. a. F. of the Assimiption 
[15 Aug.], 4 Hen. V. [1416]. (Kerry xix. 370.) 

301. Grant from John Hyklyng of Lynbe, esquire, and Joan, his 
wife, to Richard Wayne of Herthill of his lands, etc., in the lordship 
of Birchover called Hill Place. Witn. Nicholas Gilbert, Richard 
Stenerdale, Thomas Aldwerk, etc. Dat. at Hill, F. of St. Martin 
[11 Nov.], 10 Hen. VI. [1431]. (Kerry xix. 371.) 

303. Grant from Robert Hyll of Asshebe de la Souche and Richard 
Hill, his son, to Richard Knollus of Netherhaddon, of a messuage and 
three bovates of land called le Hyll in Birchover. Witn. William 
Cantrell, John Sonyoure, Richard Aleyn. Dat. M. a. Michs. Day, 
7 Edw. IV. [1467]. (Kerry xix. 371.) 

303. Quitclaim from Roger Wayne of Alport to Henry Vernon, 
knt., Richard Vernon, and Thomas, sons of the said Henry, Robert 
Gylbert, sen., William Smethley, vicar of Youlgrave, and others, of 
all the lands which he acquired from the late John Aldwarke in 
Birchover and Normanton. Dat. 14 May, 7 Hen. VII. [1492]- 
(Kerry xix. 372.) 

304. Sale, for £,d„ by Thomas Kenylmarche, lord of Byrchore, to 
Aden Beresford, of a wood called Medovclyffe, growing under Byrchore, 
" with free entre and ovtegate that ys most spedful to him his servaunts 
and caryage," up to Michaelmas, 1505. "Also the said Aden schalle 
leyffe ii= weyvers in ordur wythin the seyd wode seche as are lycly to 
be tymburtrevs," etc. Dat. 13 Oct., 10 Hen. VII. [1502]. (Woll. 
ii. 68.) 



40 Birchover. 

305. Lease, for thirty years, by John [Bourchier], Abbot of " our lady 
of the medowez of Leycester,'" to Henry Barth, husbandman, of the tithes 
of Burchore; rent, 33^. 4<i. Dat. i Apr., 26 Hen. VIII. [1535]. 
(Woll. xi. 74.) 

306. Lease, for twenty-one years, from Denys Beresford, gent., to 
Raffe Gell of Hoptone, co. Derby, gent., of the lordship of Byrchovere 
[Birchover]; rent, £5 6s. 8d. Dat. 15 Oct., 33 Hen. VIII. [1541]- 
(Woll. xi. 66.) 

307. Grant, for ^£63 6s. 8d., from George GyfFord, esq., to Thomas 
Alen of Woodhouse, yeoman, of tithes called Byrcheor tithes in 
Yolgrave; rent, 3^. i,d. Dat. 18 Aug., 4 Edw. VI. [1550]. (Woll. xi. 78.) 

BIRCHOVER V. also under YoULGRAVE. 
BLACKWELL Nr. Alfreton v. under PiNXTON. 

BOLSOVER. 

(BOLLESOUERE.) 

308. Lease from Margery fil. Ade de Venella of Cesterefeld, to 
Robert fil. Stephani de Newbold of the same of half an acre of land 
in the fee of Peverel, abutting on Ryhull and on the road to BoUesouere, 
for five years. Witn. William de Riggeway, Roger Lauerok, etc. Dat. 
F. of the Annunciation [25 Mar.], 10 Edw. II. [1317]. (Foljambe.) 

309. Extract from the Court-roll of the Manor of Bolsover, 
recording the admittance of Richard de Hyghege to a messuage [in 
Bolsover] as next heir to Roger Jeke, chaplain, his uncle. Dat. M. a. 
F. of St. Edward [5 Jan.], 3 Hen. V. [1416]. (Foljambe.) 

BONSALL. 

(BONDESALE, BONDESALL, BONDESHALL, BONDSALE, 

BONTESHALE, BONTISAL, BONTISHAL, 

BONTSALL, BOUNTESHALL.) 

310. Grant from Walter fil. Osbert de Bontisal to Nicholas fil. 
Galfridi de Ybol of a selion of land in Bontisal, on " le Daleside." 
Witn. Ralph Sele de Bontishale, Henry fil. Ric. de eadem, Richard 
fil. Joh. de eadem, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

311. Grant from John de Calton, capellanus, to John, his son, 
of a messuage and eight acres of land in Bontishal. Witn. Robert 
de la Dale. John Hayle, etc. Dat. Octave of Epiphany [6 Jan.], 
29 Edw. III. [1356]. (Foljambe.) 

312. Grant from Adam le Smyth of Bondishal to Alice, wife of 
Nicholas le Ward, of the same, of all the lands [in Bonsai] which he 
had from the said Nicholas, to hold for term of her life. Witn. 
William fil. Renald de Bontishal, John Hayle, John le Hyve. Dat. 
Bontishal, F. of All Saints [i Nov.], 1361. (Foljambe.) 

313. Grant from Nicholas le Warde of Bondesale to Nicholas le 
Hayward, chaplain, of a messuage and three acres of land in Bondesale, 
lying beyond Ibulsty in Whitemareslak, Littellowe, etc. Witn. William 
fil. Reginaldi, John Hayle, William in le Dale, John le Souter. Dat. 
F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 49 Edw. III. [1375]. (Foljambe.) 



Bonsall. 41 

3M. Quitclaim from Alice, widow of Nicholas Warde, of Bondsale, 
to Sir Nicholas Hayws of Brassyngton, chaplain, of a messuage and 
land in the vill and field of Bondsale. Witn. William Dale, John 
Hyve, Wilham Bayle, etc. Dat. F. of St. Ambrose [4 Apr.l i^g«. 
[Foljambe.] "■ ^ ^ "'^^ 

Z^S- Grant from Nicholas le Hayward of Bondsale, chaplain, to 
Henry Mapulton, John Garard, and William Vade, chaplains, of a 
messuage and land in Bondsale, at a yearly rent of 2d., to the heirs 
of Nicholas le Warde. Witn. John, son of Henry de Bondsale, Robert 
Smyth, etc Dat. W. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], i402[3]. (Foljambe.) 

316. Grant from Henry de Mapulton, William Vade, and John 
Marard, chaplains, to Thomas de Eyton, " walker," and Joan, his wife, 
of a messuage and three acres of land in the town and fields of 
Bondesale, which they had of the feoffment of Nicholas Hayward, 
chaplain. Witn. Robert Smyth, William Barfot, William !e Stones, 
etc. Dat. S. a. F. of All Saints [i Nov.], 5 Hen. IV. [1403]. 
(Foljambe.) 

317- Grant from John Webster to John Guyte of Over Haddon 
and John, his son, of a messuage, etc., and 12 acres of land in the 
town and fields of Over Bondsale. Witn. Robert de Dale, William 
Herryson, Hugh Smyth, etc. Dat. Fr. a. Cone, of B. V. M. [8 Dec], 
3 Hen. VI. [1424]. (Foljambe.) 

318. Grant from the same to the same and Elena Guyte, his wife, 
of a messuage and 10 acresi of land in the town and fields of Bondesale. 
Witn. Robert de Dale, William Herrison, Hugh Smyth, etc. Dat. Fr. a. 
Cone, of B. V. M. [8 Dec], 3 Hen. VI. [1424]. At the back is the 
note, " This Deed was proved to have been forged." (Foljambe.) 

319. Extract of court-roll of BondeshaJl manor held at Wirksworth, 
5 Mar., 38 Hen. VI. [1460], recording the surrender by John Thomlynson 
into the hands of the Queen, of 18 acres of land, etc., in Staley 
[Staveley], late in the tenure of John Fletcher, to the use of John Gyte ; 
Humphrey [Stafford], Duke of Buckingham, being then Steward. 
(Foljambe.) 

320. Release from Alice Jacson to Richard Eyre of Hogimaston 
of lands, tenements, etc., in the town and fields of Bondesall. Witn. 
Richard Alsopp, John Hoght, John Eyre. Dat. F. of St. Michael, 
1 Edw. IV. [1461]. (Foljambe.) 

321. Extract of court-roll of Bountesall Manor, recording the 
surrender by Thomas Wodde, as attorney for John Thomlynson of 
Medilton, near Yollegreve, of eight acres of land, etc., to the use of Henry 
Gretton and Agnes, his wife. Dat. W. a. F. of St. Bartholomew 
[24 Aug.], 2 Edw. IV. [1462]. (Foljambe.) 

322. Attorney from Richard Walker, vicar of Wybunbere, late 
rector of Bondesall, to William Walet and Henry Nedham, to surrender, 
in the court of Bondesall, to the use of Thomas Foliambe, esq., all 
his estate and term in Bondesall Mill. Dat. 9 Oct., 4 Edw. IV. [1464]. 
(Foljambe.) 

323. Certificate from Henry Hylton of Bondsall, John Dawkyn, 
priest, John Adam, Robert Adam, Tho. Roos, John Chyldars, etc., that 
Henry Gratton and Agnes, his wife, have taken seisin of a "place " 



42 Bonsall. 

in Over Bondsall, after the death of Ellen Robynson, sometime wife 
of John Guylte, Henry Guylte releasing the same. Dat. 13 Oct., 
12 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Foljambe.) 

324. Lease from Henry Gratton to Henry Gyte of a "plase with 
the Byggyng ther vppon," and all the land appertaining in Over Bontsall 
until the F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], for 105. Witn. Thomas 
Storer, Thomas Hervey, Will. Ballyden, etc. Dat. Wyrkesworth, 
22 Dec, 12 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Foljambe.) 

335. Release from Henry Guyte or Quyte of Bonteshale to Henry 
Gretton and Agnes, his wife, of a messuage and 12 acres of land in 
Bonteshale and all the lands, etc., in the same, formerly John 
Webster's. Witn. William Leche, Henry Hilton, etc. Dat. Bonteshale, 
2 Mar., T-i Edw. IV. [1474]. (Foljambe.) 

BONSALL V. also under Brassington, CHESTERFIELD. 

BOROWCOTE V. under Crich. 

BOROWE V. under Walton-on-Trent. 

BOULTON. 

(Bolton, Boltone.) 

326. Confirmation by Patrick de Bolton fil. Oliveri de Saucheverel 
to the church of St. Mary at Derley, in perpetuity, of all rents 
and lands which they had in the thirty-fourth year of King Henry, 
son of King John, in the fee of William fil. Ricardi de Boltone. Witn. 
Dom. Robert le Vavasour, Robert de Esseburna, milites, Ralph de 
Tikehale, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 5236.) 

337. Quitclaim from Robert de Saucheverel, Dominus de Boltone, 
fil. Patricii de Saucheverel, to the church of St. Mary at 
Derlega [Darley Abbey], of all his lands and tenements which they 
had of his fee in the towns of Boltone and Alwastone, of the gift of 
William fil. Ric. de Boltone. Witn. Dom, Hugh de Stredlega, William 
de Chaddesdene, John Fauvel, milites, Ralph de Saucheverel, etc. 
Dat. Derby, Vig. of St. James [24 July], 1282. (Add. 5237.) 

338. Quitclaim from the same Robert to the aforesaid church 
of all the arable land in the field of Bolton called Aukeput, near the 
marsh, which they have of the gift of Robert fil. Simonis de Boltone, 
formerly the " nativus " of the aforesaid Patrick, his father. Witn. 
Robert de Dethek, Hubert de Frechevile, Hugh de Hergreve, etc. Dat. 
Derley, F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 15 Edw. I. [1286]. (Add. 
5238-) 

329. Conveyance from Reginald, quondam vicarius ecclesie beati 
Petri, Derby, to Ralph de [F]rechevile, of land in the territory and 
meadows of Boulton, which he had for a term of 18 years from Robert 
fil. Henrici de Boulton, reserving to himself a crop of wheat and 
rye standing on six acres of the above land, called Le Bottes. Dat. 
Derby, M. b. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 1294. (Harl. 86 G. 43.) 

330. Grant from William Saucheverel, Dominus de Hopwelle, to 
Robert Foucher of Osmundestone, of 135. ^i., silver, in yearly rent 
for yearly participation for the whole term of his life in the chief 
messuage of the same Robert in Boltone. Dat. Boltone, Fr. a. F. of 
St Cedde [2 Mar.], 18 Edw. III. [1344]. (Add. 5240.) 



Boylestone. 43 

BOWDON. 

(Baudon, Bawdon, Boudon, Bowdene) 
V. under Chapel-en-le-Frith. 



BOYLESTONE. 

(boileston, boyleston, boylestune, boyliston, 
Boylleston, Boylston, Boylstone.) 

331. Certificate by Alexander [Stavenby], Bishop of Coventry and 
Lichfield, that at the presentation of Ralph de Grendon he has admitted 
Walter, son of William de Lichfield, preist, as rector of that moiety of 
Boylleston church which Master Roger de Grendon, called " Simple " 
.(simplex), held by consolidating that moiety with the moiety to which 
he admitted him on the presentation of Walter de Ridewar". Dat. Derby, 
xviii. Kal. Jan. [15 Dec], 1238. (P. R. O., b. 3594.) 

333. Grant, in tail, from Matilda Peche to Roger de Rideware, her 
son, of all her land in the vill. of Boyliston, with the capital messuage 
and moiety of the advowson of the church, to be held of Dom. Will 
de Ferrarpis], Comes Derb', capitalis dominus feodi illius, with 
reversion, to Walter and John, brothers of the grantee, and John 
de la Launde, his " nepos," Witn. Ralph fil. Nicholai, William de 
Montegomery, Hugh de Meynill, tunc senescallus predicti Comitis, 
Nygel de Langeford, Robert de Pyru, Henry de Braylesford, Robert 
de Mercinton, Robert capellanus. Rector ecclesie de Myldenhale, 
Roger capellanus. Rector ecclesie de Stapilford, Roger de Norton, 
Circ. 1254. (Eg. 441.) 

333. Inspeximus and confirmation by William de Ferrarpis], Comes 
Derb', of the above charter of Matilda Peche [Eg. 441]. Dat. Hecham, 
first Sunday in Lent [i Mar.], 38 Hen. HI. [1254]. (Eg. 442.) 

334. Inquisition of the lands, etc., of Dom. Ralph de Grendona 
in Boilistona made by Richard Fitun, John Morel, Henry Spendeluue, 
Engelard de Makkelege, Thomas de Ibole, and other " legales et probi 
homines," who say that he holds nothing from the king " in capite," 
that he holds seventeen bovates of land from Dom. Andrew de Grendon, 

, on which cottars are settled, that there is there half a mill, value ioj-. 
per annum, that he holds a moiety of the advowson of Boiliston church 
" et valet ad personam v. marc," and a moiety of Boyliston, that Robert, 
his son, is his next heir, and is fourteen years old, and that when 
scutage runs, he, as attorney of Dom. Andrew de Grendon, is respon- 
sible to the Earl of Derby for the eighth part of a knight's fee. Dat. 
S. a. F. of St. Scholastica [10 Feb.], 40 Hen. III. [1256]. (Campb. 
xi. 10.) 

335. Lease from Roger de Rydeware, Dominus de Boyleston, fil. 
quondam Dom. Rog. de Rydeware, to John de Basingges, citizen of 
London, of Boyleston manor, with the advowson of the church and 
the new manor lately built in Boylestone wood, for io| years from the 
feast of the Annunciation, 22 Edw. I. [25 March, 1294]. Witn. Will. 
de Mevnil, Hen. de Braylesford, Hen. de Knyyeton, Hen. fil. Herberti, 
John de Langgeforde, Ralph de Monioye, milites, Ralph Sparewater, 
etc. (Stowe 47.) 



44 Boylestone. 

336. Final Concord, whereby Roger de Rydeware and Philomena, 
his wife, grant to John de Basyngges the manor of Boylestone, with 
the advowson of the church; consideration money, ;£ioo sterling. 
Westminster, Michaelmas Term, 23 Edw. I. [1295]. (Campb. xi. 11.) 

337. Quitclaim from Hugh fil. et her. Will, de Grendon to John 
de Basingg, of the homage and service of Stephen de Grendon for 
tenements in Boyleston. Witn. John de Bakepuiz, Ralph de Schirley, 
knts., Ralph de Bakepuiz, etc. Dat. Mor. of St. Thomas, M. [29 Dec], 
28 Edw. I. [1299]. (Bemrose.) 

338. Grant and quitclaim from William fil. Hugonis de Grendon to 
Walter Waldeshef and Joan, his wife, dau. and heir of John de Basynges, 
of the homage and services of Stephen de Grendon in respect of the 
moiety of Boyleston manor and the advowson, which services, etc., 
his father, Hugh de Grendon, enfeoffed to Roger de Rydeware, by 
whom they were enfeoffed to John de Basynges. Witn. Dom. Walter de 
Monte Gomeri, Ralph de Shirlee, Roger de Bradebourne, Ralph de 
Rolleston, knights, etc. Dat. Mor. of F. of Pur. of B. V. M. 
[3 Feb.], 6 Edw. II. [1313]. (Bemrose.) 

339. Deed of William de Wyklewode, rector of Bromlegh, 
Rochester dioc, Ralph Shirlee, knt, Thomas de Swanlond, and Thomas 
Halle, executors of the will of Walter Walderschef, late citizen of 
London, appointing Dom. John de Roucester (a co-executor), Dom. 
Richard de Douebrugge, and Thomas de Foston, chaplains of the three 
chantries in Boylestone church founded by the said Walter Walderschef 
in his will, for the support of which he bequeaths 18 marks of rent., 
viz., 13^ marks which the late king, Edward II., gave him from 
tenements late William Lychtfot's in Chepe Street, London, and dos. 
from a " tabema depicta " held by Willam Ganger in Vintry, London. 
Dat. I May, 1334. (Okeover.) 

340. Grant from Walter fil. Walter! de Rideware, mil., to John 
Cokayne of Asshebume, of the manor of Boylestone. Witn. Nich. de 
Longeforde, mil., Henry de Brailsford, mil., John de la Pole of 
Asshebume, etc. Dat. Th. a. Easter [12 Apr.], 26 Edw. III. [1352]. 
(Woll. vi. 7.) 

341. Release from William le Fissher of Coton and Agnes, his 
wife, Roger de Mittone and Margaret, his wife, to Nicholas de Kent of 
Boilestone and Isabel, his wife, of a messuage and lands in Boilestone, 
which they held of the gift of Nicholas de Creswell of Boileston. 
Witn. Roger de Sapurtone, John de Sapurtone, Thomas Was, etc. Dat. 
M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 50 Edw. IIL [1376]. (Woll. vi. 9.) 

342. Re-grant, in tail, from William de Sleford, Dean of the King's 
Chapel at Westminster, John Slore, Roger de Sapurtune, senr., and 
others, to Roger de Sapurtune, junr., and Elizabet, his wife, of the 
manor of Boylestune. Dat. Th. b. F. of St. George, Mart. [23 Apr.], 
47 Edw. III. [1373]. (Woll. vi. 8.) 

343. Grant from Johanna Bakepuiz to John de Aston of all her 
lands in Boilestone for term of her life; rent, 55. zd. Dat. 6 Oct., 
7 Ric. II. [1383]. Seal of arms. (Woll. vi. 10.) 

344. Release from Johanna, widow of William Bakepuz, to Sir 
Walter Blount, knt., of lands in Boylestone. Witn. Nich. de Mounte- 
gomery, Nich. de Longeford, knts., and John Fitzherbert. Dat. 
Bartone, M. b. F. of St. Nicholas [6 Dec] 21 Ric. II. [1397]. 
(Woll. vi. II.) 



Boythorpe. 45 

345' Grant from William Prodhomme of Burton-upon-Trent to 
Henry de Tydnesore, chaplain, William de Chawmber of Falde, and 
Kalph Byschop of Hambury, of a messuage and lands near Margere- 
lone m Boyleston; rent, iid. Witn. Richard Walker, Robert Draper 
of Coten, John Durdant of Sudbury, Arthur de Rolleston. Dat. 
Boylestone, M. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 2 Hen. IV. [1401]. 
(Woll. vi. 12.) 

346. Release from Richard Draper and Johanna, his wife, to John 
le Carter, of lands in Boylestone. Witn. Thomas de Barlow, rector 
of Boylestone, John le Clerk, John Sany, etc. Dat. F. of St. Augustine 
[26 May], 17 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Woll. vi. 13.) 

347. Grant from Johanna, daughter of John Carter of Boylstone, 
to Thomas Crue of Wich Malbane [Nantwich] of a messuage and 
garden in Boylston, held of the gift of William. Carter of Ettwalle. 
Witn. John Langley, chaplain, Roger Standiche, Thomas Eyre, etc. 
Dat. 7 Apr., 19 Edw. IV. [1479]. (Woll. vi. 14.) 

348. Power of attorney by Thomas Crue of Wich Malbane 
[Nantwich] and Agnes, his wife, to Nicholas Sapertone and Robert 
Sapertone, to deliver seisin to Hugh Venables of lands in Boylstone. 
Dat. 15 Aug., 8 Hen. VII. [1493]. (Woll. vi. 16.) 

349. Award of Sir Edmund Latham, priest, and others, in a 
dispute between William Melbourne and his brother Rauff, respecting 
the possession of a cottage, etc., in " the Casey " in Boilstone, viz., 
that the two " shall from hensforth be lovers and frends like as brothem 
aught to be,'' that William shall keep possession of the cottage, etc., 
and pay the said Rauff £,<). Dat. 16 Jan., 21 Hen. VII. [1505]. 
(Add. 4877-) 

350. Lease, for 40 years, for 10 marks, from William Blount, Lord 
Mountjoy, to Robert Palmer of Douuebrigge, yeoman, of his capital 
messuage and lands in Boylestone; rent, £,t, 3s. 4d. Dat. 28 Jan., 
22 Hen. VII. [1507]. (Woll. vi. 15.) 

BOYLESTONE v. also under Mackley. 



BOYTHORPE. 

(BOITHORP, BOYSORP, BOYTHORP, BOYTHORPP, BOYTORPH.) 

351. Lease from Peter de Tybethilf and Mary, his wife, to Walter 
de Linacre of Cestrefeld of land in Boythorp, for 9 years. Witn. 
Adam fil. Bonde, Richard fil. Ulnot, Robert fil. Edwini, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Martin [11 Nov.], 36 Hen. III. [1251]. (Harl. 112 E. 23.) 

352. Grant from Albreia vidua de Boytorp to Reginald fil. Galfridi 
of an acre of land in Sudlegh [in Boythorpe]. Witn. John de Pecco, 
Robert de Boytorp, Richard fil. Wlnad, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Foljambe.) 

■353. Grant from Robert fil. Rob. de Boythorp to " parvus Henricus 
tannator" of a rood of land in Boythorp lying on Haspelund. Witn. 
Adam Blund, Robert de Dokemantun, Geoffrey Juvenis, etc. Temp. 
Hen. IIL (Foljambe.) 



46 Boythorpe. 

354. Grant from Richard de Haulee to John, de Pecco of two 
acres of land in Boysorp which Walter de Cesterfeld, clericus, formerly 
held. Witn. Thomas de Legys, Thomas de Bramton, Peter, senescallus. 
de Briminton, Adam fil. Bonde, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

355. Grant from Richard de Hauley to Ralph Bugge fil. Radulfi 
de Notingham of all the lands which he acquired by feoffment from 
John Abselon in Boithorp, to hold by a rent of a pound of pepper and 
two pence on St. James's day [25 July]. Witn. Dom. Richard de 
Vemun, Dom. Matthew de Hathirsege, Dom. Roger de Eyncurt, Hugh, 
de Pecco, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Longford.) 

356. Grant from Edusa quondam vxor Ade de Cateclyue to John 
de Kalale fil. Robert! de Kalale of an acre of land in Boythorp in 
the place called Le Lowe, near the road from Kalale to Walton. Witn. 
Henry Cesterfeld, clerk, Alan de Lenne, Peter de Topton. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Longford.) 

357. Grant from Robert fil. Cristiane de Boythorp to Hugh de 
Peck of all his meadow in the territory of Boythorp. Witn. Peter fiL 
Hug. de Briminton, Hugh de Duckemanton, Peter Fox, etc. Temp, 
Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

358. Grant from William fil. Rob. de Somersale to Ralph fiL 
Hug. de Boythorpe of half an acre of land in Boythorpe lying in 
Rogerflat on Hungerhill. Witn. Henry Clericus, John de Calahal, 
Robert Juvenis, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

359- Quitclaim from Adam fil. Hug. de Lincoln de Cestrefeld to 
Henry fil. Henrici clerici de Cestrefeld of land called Littilraor in the 
territory of Boythorp and in the fee of Dronfeld. Witn. Roger Laverok, 
Hugh de Neubolt, Richard Laveroc, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

360. Grant from John fil. Herberti de Cholingham de Cestrefeld 
to Henry de Cestrefeld, clericus, of land in Boythorp. Witn. Peter 
de Briminton, Roger de Blye, Will, de Kattecliue, etc. Late thirteenth 
century. (Harl. 83, G. 39.) 

361. Grant from William fil. Henrici de Henovir to Roger fil. 
Joh. Laverok of Cestirfeld of all his right in i| acres of land in the 
fee of Boythorp, at a yearly rent of a clove of gilly-flowers [unum clavum 
gariofili] on the F. of St. John B. [24 June]. Witn. Robert de Len, 
John de Pecco, John Durant, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

362. Grant from William fil. Hen. de Henouere in Chestrefeld to 
John de Calale in Cestrefeld of an acre and a rood of land in the 
fields of Boythorp on Stonforye. Witn. Robert de Len, Alan de Len, 
Peter de Tapton, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

363. Grant from John de Calale to Roger de Maunisfeld in 
Cesterfeld of an acre and a rood of land in the fee of Boythorp. Witn. 
Michael de Hauersegg, Richard Scotard, Roger Laverok, etc. Dat. 
Cesterfeld, Vig. of the Assumption [14 Aug.], 215 Edw I [12071 
(Foljambe.) 

364. Grant from William de Rondithe quondam serviens Decani 
Lincolnie in Cesterfeld and Emma, his wife, to John fil. Ade Bonde 
of half an acre of land in the fields of Boythorp in Hormisholm. Witn! 
Roger de Bhda, Hugh fil. Durant. Circ. 1300. (Foljambe ) 



Boythorpe. 47 

365- Grant from Ralph fil. Hugonis de Boythorp to Robert fil. 
Radulphi de Essouer de Cesterfeld of three roods of land in the fields 
and fee of Boythorp. Witn. Henry clericus de Cesterfeld, Roger 
Lauerock, Richard de Bateley, etc. Dat. Cesterfeld, S. a. Inv. of 
H. Cross [3 May], 30 Edw. I. [1302]. (Longford.) 

366. Grant from Thomas de Wyngerworth to Dom. Hugh le 
Cuper capellanus paroch[ie] tunc de Wyngerworth of a toft in Boytorph. 
Witn. Hugh de Neubold, Roger Laueroc, Ralph de Boytorp. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 1 ^ r 

367. Quitclaim from Henry clericus de Cesterfeld to John Sonde 
of a yearly rent for lands in Boythorp. Witn. Roger Laveroke, Adam 
de Neubolde, John Durand, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 

34 Edw. I. [1305]. (Foljambe.) 

368. Grant from Dom. Richard de Bingham to Richard, his son, 
of all his messuages, lands, etc., in Boythorp. Witn. Richard de 
Whatton, John Bozoun, Hugh Buntyng, Roger Laveroc, John Deyncurt, 
etc. Dat. Bingham, W. a. F. of St. John of Beverley [7 May], 

35 Edw. I. [1307]. (Longford.) 

369. Grant from Stephen Hacsmal of Cestrefeld to Henry de 
Wyngerworth in Chesterfield of land in the fields of Boythorp, on the 
road from Chesterfield to Nottingham. Witn. Adam de Neubolt, 
Nicholas Clappisale, Will de Rygeway, etc. Dat. Chesterfield, F. of 
St. John B. [24 June], 3 Edw. II. [1310]. (Harl. 83 F. 9.) 

370. Quitclaim from Agnes, widow of Robert de Essovere, of her 
dower lands, namely, three acres in the fee of Boythorp, near the land 
of William Kydekas. Witn. William de Riggewaye, Roger Laueroc, 
Thomas Gyot, etc. Dat. Chesterfield, W. a. All Saints' Day [i Nov.], 
10 Edw. II. [13 1 6]. (Longford.) 

371. Grant from John fil. Ric. Bonde to Roger de Maunnesfeld 
of i| acres of land in Boythorp. Witn. Roger Lauerok, John de 
Warsop, Roger de Glapwell, etc. Dat Pentecost [15 May], 16 Edw. II. 
[1323]- (Foljambe.) 

372. Grant from Robert fil. Ric. de Bateley of Boythorp to John 
fil. Job. Bonde of a yearly rent from land on the " Louwe," in the fee 
of Boythorp. Witn. John le Warsop, Wilham Lorimer, Roger de 
Maunesfeld, etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Cuthbert [20 Mar.], 19 Edw. II. 
[1326]. (Foljambe.) 

373. Grant from Robert de Bateleye to Robert de Hampton of 
an acre of land in " le Ryches," in the fee of Boythorpe. Witn. John 
fil. Joh. Bonde, John de Maunesfeld, William de Lorimer, etc. Dat. 
S. a. Pur., of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 6 Edw. III. [1333]. (Foljambe.) 

374. Grant from Roger fil. Ade de Neubold to Robert le Lorimer 
and Cecily, his wife, of a rood of land in the fee of Boythorp, on the 
" Longelandys." Wit. Roger de Glapwelle, John Bonde, Walter Ketill, 
etc. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Margaret [20 July], 7 Edw. III. [1333]. 
(Foljambe.) 

375. Grant from John fil. Joh. Bonde of Cestrefeld to Robert 
Hampton of Chesterfield and John de Mannysfeld and Henry de 
Mannysfeld, " confratres gilde beate Marie de Cestrefeld," of six acres 
of land in the fields of Boythorp, for the payment of tenpence for 



48 Boythorpe. 

ten masses to be said in the church of All Saints at Cestrefeld yearly, 
on the obit day of each, for the souls of John Bonde and Cecily, his 
wife, and eight others of the family. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Ambrose 
[4 Apr.], II Edw. III. [1337]. (Harl. 83 D. 33.) 

376. Lease, for 12 years, from Roger fil. Ranulphi de Chastrefeld 
to Joan, widow of Roger Lauerok, of lands in the fee of Boythorpp, 
near the king's highway leading from Chastrefeld towards Wyngerworth. 
Dat. S. a. F. of Exalt, of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 30 Edw. III. [1356]. 
(Longford.) 

377. Presentment of jury that Ralph Longford held a moiety of 
the manor of Boythorp of Ralph, Dominus de Cromwell, but by what 
service they are ignorant, or whether it be held of the manor of 
Dronfield or of the manor of Elmeton; that Nicholas Longford is 
Ralph's next heir, aged 14; and that Thomas Longford's claim to a 
moiety of the manor by feoffment from the said Ralph Longford cannot 
be sustained. Temp. Edw. III. (Longford.) 

378. Grant from Henry fil. Henrici clerici de Cesterfeld to Dom. 
Richard de Byngham of the services of Richard de Dokemanton and 
other tenants (including the Guild of St. Mary, Chesterfield, the Guild 
of Holy Cross, Chesterfield, and the " Gilda Fabrorum " of Chester- 
field) for lands of the fee of the said Dom. Richard de Byngham in 
Boythorp. Witn. Dom. Roger de Brette, knt., Roger Breton, William 
le Brette, Hugh Saimfayle, etc. Temp. Edw. III. (Longford.) 

379. Grant from John de Mannsfeld of Chestrefeld to Roger fil. 
Nicholai de Longford, mil., of zs. 6d., annual rent in Boythorpe. Witn. 
Roger Harecourte, John Wate of Thwathweyt, Henry de Mannsfeld, 
etc. Dat. Boythorpe, F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 9 Ric. II. 
[1385]. (Woll. i. 86.) 

380. Quitclaim from Elisabeth, widow of John Calall to Thomas 
Calcroft of all actions on account of two acres of land and a half in 
the demesne of Boythorp which he had of the grant of John Calall. 
Dat. third Saturday in Lent [i Mar.], 12 Hen. VI. [1434]. (Foljambe.) 

381. Extract from court-roll of Boythorpe, 'recording the surrender 
by John Calall of 2J acres of land to the use of Thomas Calcrofte 
of Chestrefeld. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Matthias [24 Feb.], 13 Hen. VI. 
[1435]- (Foljambe.) 

383. Sale from Rauf Longforth of Longforth, knt., to Sir Godfrey 
Foliambe of Walton, knt., of the manor of Boythorpe, with all appur- 
tenances in Boythorpe and Haseland, for ^155. Dat. 18 Sept., 
28 Hen. VIII. [1536]. (Longford.) 

383. Deed whereby Edward Gryffen and Edward Bonne covenant, 
on behalf of Sir Rauf Longforth and Dorothy, his wife, to assure, by 
a common recovery, to Sir Godfrey Foliambe the manor of Boythorpe. 
Dat. 10 Sept., 31 Hen. VIII. [1539]. (Longford.) 

BOYTHORPE v. also under Chesterfield, Killamarsh. 

BRACKENFIELD, in Morton. 

(Brakynwhith.) 

384. Lease, for 10 years, from Hugh Willughby, esq., to William 
Otwey, of a messuage and two bovates and a half of land, one cottage, 
one croft called Milnecroft, and a parcel of land called Bordeland in 
Brakynwhith. Dat. 6 Apr., 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. (Lansd. 168.) 



Bradborne. 49 

BRADBORNE. 

(Brad' in Pecco, Bradburne, Braddeburne, 
Bradeborne, Bradeburn.) 

385. Confirmation by William de Ferariis, Comes Dereb', to 
William fil. Roberti fil. Hallewardi, of the lands and tenements held 
by Robert, his father, of Comes William, father of the said Earl [William 
Ferrars, Earl of Derby, ob. 1190]. Witn. William de Rideware, tunc 
senescallus, Roger and Walter, his sons, Henry de Ferariis, Robert fil. 
Walkelini, Ranulf de Alesope, John de Mapilton, Hugh de Meleburn. 
Temp. John. Endorsed " Bradburn." (Campbell xi. 9.) 

386. Lease, for 20 years, from Robert fil. Rob. fil. Tholy, with the 
assent of Dionisia, his wife, to Dom. Robert fil. Hugonis de Acouere, 
of four bovates of land in Bradeburn, which Hugh de Acouere gave in 
free marriage with the said Dionisia, his sister; the said term to begin 
at Michaelmas, " anno eo decennonalps] cicli quarto et dominicali 
littera F" [1275 ?]. Witn. Nicholas, persona de Esseburn, Hugh, 
capellanus de Acoure, Thomas de Curzeun, Roger fil. Josei, Geoffrey 
Blundus, Peter Blundus, Geoffrey, clericus, Matthew de Kniveton, 
Thomas Juvenis. (Okeover.) 

387. Award made under a mandate from Pope Martin [IV.], dat. 
Id. Nov. a° 3 Pontif. [1283], by the Abbot of St. James vrithout 
Northampton and the Priors of St. Alban's and St. Andrew's, Northamp- 
ton, in composition between the Prior of St. Peter's, Dunstaple [co. 
Bedf.], and Lawrence, Abbot of La Dale, respecting tithes in Brad' in 
Pecco. Dat. Bedeford, Sat. a. Inv. of Holy Cross [3 May], 1286. 
Witn. Philip, Abbot of Lavend' [Lavinden, co. Bucks.], Master Robert 
Coreie, John Blundel, William, de Cadindone, clerks, etc. (Woll. x. 33.) 

388. Grant from Henry fil. Henrici de Mapilton, " manens in feodo 
de Bradeleg'," to Simon Colle of Bradeborne and Lettice, his wife, of 
two messuages and four bovates of land with meadow adjacent, in 
Bradeborne. Witn. Dom. Henry fizHerberd, Henry de Kneveton, Roger 
de Bradeborne, knts., John de Bradeborne, Robert de Waddisleye in 
Brassington, Matthew de Flagg in la Lee. Dat. Assheburne, S. a. Beh. 
of St. John B. [29 Aug.], 1303. (Okeover.) 

389. Grant from John de le Thokes de Irton to Robert de le 
Thokes de Bradeburn, his brother, of two bovates of land in Bradeburn 
which the said John had by feoffment from Simon Colle. Witn. 
Nicholas Robyn de Bradeburn, Richard Parlebyne, John fil. Henrici, 
Nicholas, clericus, de Assheburn, John le Horsemon. Dat. apud 
Bradeburn, F. of St. Chad, Bp. [2 Mar.], i329[3o]. (Okeover.) 

390. Grant from William fil. Agnetis de Parua Bradeburne to 
William del Hegh, chaplain, living in Parva Bradeburne, of a messuage, 
two bovates of land, and a place called Wengebuttus, which he had by 
feoffment from Robert del Thocus in Parva Bradeburn. Witn. John 
le Eyr de Hokenaston, John fil. Joh. de eadem, William fil. Andree 
de Mapulton de eadem, John fil. Hugonis de Bradeburne, Hugh Balle, 
William Parlebien. Dat. Bradeburne, T. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
35 Edw. III. [1361]. (Okeover.) 

391. Grant from Robert del Tokes de Parva Bradburne to William 
fil. Agnetis de Parva Bradburne of a messuage and two bovates of land 
in Bradburne which he had of the feoffment of Simon Colle, and a 



50 Bradborne. 

place and two bovates of land which he had of the feoffment of John 
del Tokes, his father, in Bradbume. Witn. John le Eyr de Hokenaston, 
John fil. Joh. fil. Alexandri de eadem, William fil. Andrea de Mapleton, 
John fil. Hugonis de Bradbume, William Parlebien. Dat. Bradburne, 
F. of SS. Fabian and Sebastian [20 Jan.], 35 Edw. III. [1362]. 
(Okeover.) 

393. Grant from William del Hough de Brassinton, chaplain, to 
William fil. Roberti de Tokes de Parva Bradebum, of two bovates of 
land and meadow in Parva Bradebum. Witn. John de Bentelay, John 
de Rossinton of Tissinton, Nicholas de Rossinton of Knyveton, etc. Dat. 
S. b. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], i Ric. II. [1378]. (Okeover.) 

393. Assignment by Matilda fil. Willelmi fil. Roberti del Thokies 
de Braddebume to Robert del Thokus de Braddebume of her share of 
the reversion of a messuage and two bovates of land in Braddebume 
which William de Braddebume of Brassington granted to William del 
Hogh of Brassington, chaplain, for his life, with reversion on the latter's 
death to the said Matilda and her sister Margery. Witn. John fil. 
Hugonis de Braddebume, William fil. Johannis de eadem, John fil. 
Johannis de Hokenaston, Henry le Hayuard de Brassington, Richard 
Hebbe, John de Eyton, William Pokoc. Dat. Braddebume, S. b. F. of 
SS. Tiburtius and Valerian [14 Apr.], 6 Ric. II. [1383]. (Okeover.) 

394. Attorney from Richard Bagot, esq., John Lathbury, esq., 
William Purdhomme, merchant, John Forth, chaplain, to John Wygley 
of Wyrkesworth and Roger Grenehall, to deliver to Henry Bradburn 
and Margery, his wife, seisin of their manors of Bradburn and Legh, 
the water-mills of Bradburn and Bentley [Fenny Bentley], Raunnesclyf 
close in Bentley, Ryddyngpark close in Knyveton, and of all their lands 
in Parwich, Bradburn, and Legh. Dat. 4 Jan., 30 Hen. VI. [1452]. 
(Bemrose.) 

395. Attorney from Laurence Lumhall and Laurence Parker to 
Thomas Brewester and John Brewester tO' take seisin of lands, etc., 
called Molderigge and Cardelhay in Bradbume and Hertyngton which 
they hold of the lease of John, Prior and the Priory of Dunstaple. 
Dat. 6 Edw. IV. [1466-7]. (Okeover.) 

BRADBURNE v. also under ASHBOURNE, AXLOW. 

BRADLEY. 

(Bradele, Bradelege, Beadeley, Bradlege.) 

396. Copy (14th century) of a grant from Serlo de Grendone to Serlo 
fil. Radulphi de Moungay of lands and wood between his fishpond at 
Bradleye and the vill. of Gilderessege [Yeldersley] with common of 
land in Bradele and Sturstone, for his own cattle and the cattle of 
the men of Gildresle; rent, a pair of white gloves or one penny. Witn. 
Henry fil. Sewalli, Robert Britton, Henry de Braillesford, Leodegarius 
de Oure, Walter de Montegomeri, Ralph le Bakeput, John Irton, William 
de Burgenny, Robert de Morie. Temp. Ric. I.-John. (Woll. vi. 43.) 

397. Copy (14th century) of a release from Ralph de Moungoye to 
William fil. Henrici de Knyvetone, Augnes Salveyn, of lands in Bradele 
and Knyvetone. Witn. Dom. Hugh de Meynel, Dom. Ralph de 
Braillesford, Dom. Nicholas de Longeford, milites. Undated. (Woll. vi. 
44-) 



Bradwell. 5 1 

398. Grant from Henry d' Strton to Thomas, condam foristarius 
domini Willelmi de Strton, of five acres of land in the territory of 
Bradel' and an assart which he had from Robert de Okebroc in 
Bradel'. Witn. Dom. William de Strton, Henry de Osbaundist', Serlo 
de Munge, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. vi. 30.) 

399. Covenant of grant made in presence of Dom. Gilbert de 
Preston and others. Justices Itinerant, from Agnes de Greslege, Prioress 
of Gratia Dei [Grace Dieu Priory in Belton], co. Leicester, to Matthew 
de Chynetone, of permission to hold lands belonging to the Priory in 
Bradlege and Surstant [Sturstonj ; rent, 20s. Witn. Dom. Henry de 
Bee, mil., Dom. Peter de Toe, mil., and Peter de Bakepus, mil.. 
Haytrop de Osmunston, Richard fil. Hervy, Thomas fil. Herberti de 
Somersale, Richard frater suus. Dat. 53 Hen. III. [1268-9]. (Woll. 
vi. 28.) 

400. Sale from William Coulbeard of Bradeley, clerk to John de 
Hodgnett, of all his goods within the manor of Bradley, as well as 
the trees growing on the lands there held by the said John. Witn. 
John de Whiterock, William de Wolseley, Richard de Mould of Bradley. 
Dat. Sat. a. F. of the Circumcision [i Jan.], 14 Edw. I. [1286]. 
(R. D. G., f. 69.) 

401. Grant from Henry de Knyvetone to Thomas de Reverewiche 
of lands in Bradelege and Sturstone ; rent, 95. Witn. Dom. Roger de 
Bradeburne, Roger Cokayn, Thomas de Mappiltone, etc. Dat. Th. 
a. F. of the Assump. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 21 Edw. I. [1293]. 
(Woll. vi. 29.) 

402. Grant from William Trussebouz to Henry fil. Will, de Knyve- 
tone, knt., of lands in Bradeley, Sturstone, and Holond. Witn. Edw. 
de Chaundoys, Henry de Braillesford, Thomas Peche, milites, etc. Dat. 
Bradley, S. b. F. of St. Cedde, Conf. [7 Jan.], 18 Edw. III. [1345]. 
(Woll. vi. 33.) 

403. Grant from Sarra fil. Henrici fil. Herui de le Grene and 
Joan, her sister, to Thomas de Rosyngton of all their lands in the fee 
of Bradley. Witn. Edmund Cokayne of Asshebum, John de Pole, 
Thomas de Knyveton. Dat. F. of Ex. of H. Cross. [14 Sept.], 
44 Edw. III. [1370]. (Drury.) 

404. Grant from William de Grendon to Robert Textor of the 
land which James Textor held in Campeden in the fee of Bradele. 
Witn. Levenad Faber, Henry de Cruce, William fil. Luce, Nicholas de 
Derby, Roger, his son, Robert and Henry, sons of, Leuenad, William 
Spendeloue. Late 14th cent. (Okeover.) 

BRADLEY v. also under ASHBOURNE, Denby, Matlock. 

BRADSHAW v. under Chapel-en-LE-Frith. 

(Bradesha, Bradschawe, Bradsha.) 

BRADWELL. 

(Bradewell, Bradwall.) 

405. Grant from Robert de Bradewell, fil. Will. fil. Fabiani de 
Bradewell to Richard, his brother, of half a bovate of land in Bradewell ; 
rent, a rose on the F. of SS. Peter and Paul [29 June]. Witn. John 
Flemink, ballivus de Pecco, Will. Hally, Robert Balgy, etc. Tem-p. 
Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Add. 7267.) 



52 Bradwell. 

406. Final concord made in the Court of John, King of Castile 
and Leon, Duke of Lancaster, at Castelton, on W. b. F. of 
St. John [24 June], 50 Edw. III. [1376], before Ralph de Baystowe, 
"locum tenens," Thome de Wombewelle, "tunc ballivi de Alto Pecco," 
John Hublyn, " tunc receptor denariorum Castri et honoris," etc., 
whereby John de Wetton and Elena, his wife, release to Walter de 
Bradwalle a messuage and nine acres of land in Bradwall. (Woll. 
"• 75-) 

407. Lease, for five years, from James Denton, Dean, and the 
Chapter of Lichfield to Nicholas Bagshawe of Capella de ly Fryth, 
of the tithes of hay and com at. Bradwell and of the mill of Brugh. 
Dat. 15 July, 1532. (Lichf. D. 22.) 

408. Lease, for 99 years, from Henry Wyllyams^ Dean, and the 
Chapter of Lichfield, of the tithes of Bradwell, Brughmill, Offreton, 
Abney, and Abney Grange, Upper and Lower Shatton, Overton, and 
Hylowe, to Nicholas Bagshawe of Farewell, co. Staff. Dat. i Oct., 
1551. (Lichf. D. 28.) 

BRADWELL v. also under Castleton. 



BRAILSFORD, near N. WINGFIELD. 
(Braylesford next Tupton.) 

409. Grant from Henry de Braylesford to William de Braylesford, 
near Tupton, and Agnes, his wife, of a messuage and a half bovate 
of land in Braylesford, next Tupton. Witn. Thomas de Bernehulle, 
Hen. Bate, John de Braylesford, etc. Dat. Wynnefeld, S. a. F. of 
St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 30 Edw. IH. [1356]. (Woll. vi. 65.) 

BRAILSFORD v. also under OSMASTON. 

BRAMPTON. 

(Bramt', Bramton, Bramtone, Bromton.) 

410. Release from Hugh fll. Alani de Dukemanton to the 
Hospital of St. Leonard for Lepers at Cestrefeld of homages, wards, 
reliefs, etc., from land granted to the said Hospital by Ascer de 
Tapton, in the said Hugh's fee in Bramton. Witn. Peter, dictus 
senescallus de Brimington, Simon fil. Roberti de Wytington, Hugh de 
Pecco, etc. Temp. Hen. IIL (Harl. 112 G. 39.) 

411. Grant from Wilham fil. Hugonis de Cestrefeld to Gilbert 
fil. Walteri Cementarii [the Mason] of Cestrefeld, of lands in Brampton 
and Hulm, and rent from lands in Hulm and Neubald. Witn. Ralph 
de Rerisby, Thomas de Brampton, Peter de Briminton, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Harl. 112 G. 54.) 

413. GRAfjT from Hugh de Linacre to Geoffrey, clericus, de Bramton, 
of land in Brampton, at a rent of five shillings. Witn. Philip, decanus, 
Robert Avenel, Stephen, persona de Cestirfeld [Chesterfield], Robert 
de Ennecurt, Roger de Ennecurt, Ralph Bretun, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Bemrose.) 



Brampton. 53 

413. Grant from Hugh de Linacre to Adam de Esseburne of six 
acres of land in the field of Bramt', one head lying towards Smale and 
the other towards Morsike; rent, xZd. Witn. Robert Britone de Walet' 
[Walton], Ingilram de Bramt', Ralph de Bramt', Stephen Geg, etc. 
Temp. Henry HI. (Woll. iii. 26.) 

414. Confirmation by Hugh de Linacre fil. Hugonis de Linacre 
to the Nuns and Brethren of Sempringham of all the land [in Brampton] 
which they hold from the said Hugh, his father, namely, a moiety of 
that land which Richard fil. Godwini granted to them, lying between 
the land of the Templars and the land which was Hugh fil. Godwini 
de Boithorp's, extending from the site of the old mill to Hipere river- 
bank, with common of pasture for six cows and two horses; to hold 
by rent of one pair of boots every second year on St. Martin's Day 
[11 Nov.]. Witn. Dom. Robert Britone, Robert de Briminton, Gilbert 
de Heslond, etc. Temp. Hen. IIL (Woll. iii. 27.) 

415. Grant from Walter de Lynacre to Philip fil. Ricardi, clericus de 
Bramtona, of all the land which Richard de Cuwane formerly held in 
Bramtona. Witn. Thomas de Bramtune, Thomas de Leys, Robert de 
Welletune, Robert de Calehale, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

416. Grant from Hugh fil. Rogeri servientis de Bramton to Alice 
fil. Emme Balle of three roods of land which he bought of Hugh fil. 
Thome de Calehal in the territory of Bramton " super le Brodestoy- 
thebuttis." Witn. Thomas de Bramton, Robert de Calehal, Robert 
Blund, etc. Late thirteenth cent. (Foljambe.) 

417. Quitclaim from Robert le Caus of Brampton to Richard fil. 
Thorn, de Wadeself of lands in Brampton. Witn. Nicholas de Hulm, 
John de la Hay, Hugh de Somersall, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

418. Grant from Robert de le Frith to Roger fil. Henrici de 
Algerthorp of four acres of ground in the place called Pigotstorth 
between the land of Adam de Newbold and the common pasture [in 
Brampton]; rent, \2d. yearly. Witn. Robert le Caus, Hugh de Lenakir, 
Richard Gin, Will de Birley, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 9216.) 

419. Release from Robert fil. Rogeri de Thebirthis to Hugh de 
la Hay of land in Bramton. Witn. Thomas fil. Radulphi de Brampton, 
Thomas de Wadshelf, Nicholas de Algarethorp, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Harl. 112 E. 8.) 

420. Grant from Thomas fil. Radulfi le Caus de Bramtone to 
Robert fil. Hugonis Baldw)'n de Bramton, clericus, of the annual 
rent of ■2.2\d.. paid by Peter de Brimington and Ranulf, fil. Margarete 
de Bramtone for lands called Lambert-land, Timberhagge, Holley- 
croft, and Hasterildstorthe, in the vill of Bramton. Witn. Stephen 
vicarius de Bramton, Hugh de Lynacre, John de la Haye, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Harl. 83 E. 9.) 

421. Grant from Walter le Caus to Richard fil. Thome de 
Wadesself of land, etc., in Bramton, at a yearly rent of 121^. Witn. 
John de la Hay, Nicholas de Hulm, Hugh de Monisale, etc. Temp. 
Edw. L (Foljambe.) 

422. Grant from Richard " Bercarius Alti, Decani quondam 
Lyncolniensis " to Roger fil. Lamberti de Houlekotis of land [in 
Brampton] extending from the road leading to Hathyrsege to Burley- 
sike, etc. Witn. Thomas fil. Rad. de Bramton, Thomas de Wadeself, 
Hugh de Somersale. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 



54 Brampton. 

423. Grant from William fil. Joh. fil. Emme de Cestrefeld to 
Richard le Porter of four acres of land with meadow adjacent in the 
fields of Brampton. Witn. John Durant, Roger Lauerok, Hugh de 
Neubolt. Dat. T. a. F. of St. Nicolas [6 Dec], 5 Edw. II. [131 1]. 
(Foljambe.) 

424. Grant, for a,s., from William fil. Lamberti de Linacre to Hugh 
de Pecco of dd. rent from land in Heysale in Bramton; rent, an apple 
in autumn. Witn. Dom. Robert le Bretun of Walton, Dom. Thomas 
de Bramtoun, Richer, fil. Wolnat, etc. Temp. Edw. I. or II. (Woll. 
iii. 29.) 

425. Grant from Thomas le Caus of Brampton to John fil. Petri 
de Brimington of a rent of 14^. in Brampton; rent, \d. Witn. Jordan 
de Abbetot, Robert le Graunt, Hugh de Linaker, etc. Temf. Edw. I. 
or II. (Woll. iii. 34.) 

426. Grant from Walter Chauz fil. et her Thome Chauz of 
Bramton to the Abbey de Bello Capite [Beauchief] of common of 
pasture in Bramton. Witn. Dom. Thomas de Chaworthe, Dom. William 
de Staynesby, Robert le Graunt, etc. Temf. Edw. I. or II. (Woll. 
iii- 35-) 

427. Grant, for 3^., from Thomas fil. Hugonis fil. Ingrami de 
Bramton to Hugh de Pecco of 4^. rent from land in Heysale [in 
Brampton] ; rent, an apple in autumn. Witn. Robert le Bretone of 
Waletone, Thomas de Branton, Thomas de Lees, etc. Temf. Edw. I. 
or II. (Woll. iii. 30.) 

428. Release from Simon fil. Joh. del Folde de Ekynton to the 
Hospital of St. Leonard at Cestrefeld of land in the fee of Brampton. 
Witn. William le Bret, Roger le Bretoun, Roger de Dokemonton, etc. 
Dat. Cestrefeld, Tues. in Easter Week [21 Apr.], 3 Edw. II. [1310]. 
(Harl. 112 H. 33.) 

429. Grant, in tail, from Roger fil. Hugonis le Serjaunt de Brantun 
to Stephen fil. Hugonis Somersale of Brantun of land in Brantun. 
Witn. Hugh de Linacre, Roger de Vygley, John de eadem, etc. Dat. 
S. a. F. of St. Dunstan [21 Oct.], 4 Edw. II. [1310]. (Woll. iii. 41.) 

430. Quitclaim from Adam fil. Will. Auburnehor de Cesterfeld to 
Richard le Porter of five acres of land with meadow adjacent in the 
fee of Brampton. Witn. Adam de Neubold, Roger Lauerok, William 
de Rygeway. Dat. S. b. Pentecost [26 May], 7 Edw. II. [1314]- 
(Foljambe.) 

431. Grant from Roger fil. Rob. le Caus of Bramton to Robert fil. 
Rog. de la Grene to Robert fil. Rog. de la Grene of all the land, etc., 
which Richard de Marton formerly held [in Brampton] at a yearly 
rent of 3^. Witn. Hugh de Linakyr, Thomas de Somersale, John de 
Neuport, etc. Dat. Bramton, Th. b. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 
1315. (Foljambe.) 

On the back are notes by Henry Foliambe touching a dispute as 
to a title with Philip Leche, with an oath to keep the peace towards 
him until Michaelmas. 

432. Grant from Augnes fil. Walteri le Caus of Bramton to 
William de Ekynton, in Cloune, of lands, tenements, etc., in Brampton. 
Witn. Roger le Caus, Roger de Linaker, Thomas de Somersale, etc. 
Dat. Bramton, S. a. F. of St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 11 Edw. II. [1317]- 
(Harl. 112 G. 52.) 



Brampton. 55 

433- Grant from Robert fil. Will, del Shahe of Brampton to Thomas 
fil. Robert! de Somersale of the same of lands in Brampton, which 
descended to him after the death of Adam del Shahe, his uncle. 
Witn. Robert fil. Rogeri Le Bretone, Dom. de Walton, Roger le Cans, 
Roger de Lynaker, etc. Dat. F. of Ass. of B. V. M. We, Aug.], 
17 Edw. II. [1323]. (Woll. iii. 42.) 

434. Sale, for half a mark, by Nicolas fil. Stephani de Algar- 
thorp to Hugh fil. Hugonis, clerici de Brantone, of Lambert fil. 
Willelmi de Schiremer, with all his suit. Witn. Roger de Abbetot de 
Bar!', Thomas de Lees, Thomas de Bramton, etc. Teml}. Edw. II. 
(Woll. iii. 32.) 

435. Release from William de Calale to Richard de le Frit of 
Bramton of land called Le Holm, in Bramton, with right of way in 
a road between West Wykegate and Colleforde. Witn. Dom. WilUam, 
capellanus de Bramton, Hugh de Linaker, John de le Hay, etc. Temp. 
Edw. II. (Woll. iii. 40.) 

436. Lease from Adam fil. Robert! Haunche of Bramton to 
Thomas Glay of the same, for 12 years, of lands in Bramton. Witn. 
Robert de le Fruth, Roger de le Frith, Thomas de Calale, etc. Dat. 
Pentecost [23 May], 7 Edw. III. [1333]. (Woll. iii. 48.) 

437. Lease from William de Wygleye of Brampton to Thomas 
Glay of the same, for 42 years, of lands in Brampton; rent, 6s. Witn. 
John de Wygleye, Thomas fil. Robert! de Somersale, Robert del Fyth, 
etc. Dat. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 7 Edw. III. [1333]. (Woll. 
xii. 46.) 

438. Grant from Alice, que fuit vxor Rogeri de Waltone to Robert 
del Fryh of Bramptone of land and meadow lying in Astrilstorh, in 
the fee of Brampton. Witn. Roger le Caus, Roger de Lynaker, Roger 
del Fryh. Dat. Chesterfield, 3 Jan., 11 Edw. III. [1338]. (Woll. 
iii- 43-) 

439. Grant from Robert del Fryh' of Brampton to Richard de 
Birley of the same of a rent of -i.2d. from lands in Brampton. Witn. 
John de Wygeley, Thomas fil. Robert! de Somersale, Thomas fil. 
Hugonis de Somersale, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 
12 Edw. IIL [1338]. (Woll. iii. 44.) 

440. Grant from Richard fil. Nicholai de Schwatwayt to Richard 
fil. Rogeri del Fryth of Bramton of land !ni Bramton. Witn. Roger le 
Caus, John de Wiggelay, Robert de Fryth, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of 
St. Swithin [rs July], 12 Edw. III. [1338]. (Woll. !!!. 45.) 

441. Grant from Alice, Johanna, and Agnes, fil. et her. Ricardi de 
Bryches de Brampton, to Robert Fryth fil. Ricard! Fryth of the same, 
of lands late in possession of the said Richard; rent, 50^. Witn. 
Ric. de Holb . . ., John de Hay, Roger Caus, etc. Dat. Brampton, 
F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 1339. (Woll. i. 87.) 

442. Power of attorney from Hugh fil. Stephani de Brampton to 
Hugh fil. Robert! de Brampton to deliver seisin to Dom. Richard 
Deyngeland, capellanus, of land called Morisfeld. Dat. S. b. F. of 
St. Katharine [25 Nov.], 39 Edw. IIL [1365]. (Woll. iii. 51.) 

443. Release from Richard de Bramptone and John de Hynckur- 
celle of Chestrefeld, capellani, to Thomas de Hope of Bramptone, of 



56 Brampton. 

lands in Brampton to hold of the [Benedictine] Nunnery of Fosse 
[co. Line], with reversion to Roger fil. Johannis dil Frithe and Katerine, 
his wife, etc. Witn. Roger de Wygley, John de Whityngton, Nich. de 
Bauqwell, etc. Dat. Chastrefeld, S. a. Exalt, of Holy Cross [14 Sept.], 
41 Edw. III. [1367]. (Woll. iii. 50.) 

444. Grant from Richard North and Joan, his wife, to Hugh 
Balderton and Alice, his wife, of five acres of land in " Le Ledes " in 
Brampton inherited from the said Joan's father, John del Frith. Witn. 
Robert Caus, William de Lynnacre, William de Barley, etc. Dat. Fr. 
a. F. of St. Margaret [20 July], 8 Ric. II. [1384]. (Foljambe.) 

445. Lease from Roger fil. Avicie de Bramptone and Alice, his wife, 
widow of William Glay of Brampton, to John in le Dale of Brampton, 
of lands in Brampton, during the life of the said Alice; rent, i8(^. 
Dat. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 21 Ric. IL [1397]. (Woll. iii. 39.) 

446. Grant from John de Gos[ner] and Robert Shirbroke to William 
de Schage of Wadsholf of a messuage and lands in Brampton. Witn. 
John Bradshag', William Fryth, etc. Dat. F. of St. Lucy [13 Dec], 
6 Hen. IV. [1404]. (Woll. iii. 53.) 

447. Grant from John de Gosner, chaplain, and Robert de Schir- 
broke of Walton to William de Schaghe, sen., of Wadscholf, of lands 
in Wadscholf, lying between Bagthorpe and Horswod, in Brampton. 
Witn. John Caws of Brampton, John son of Hugh, John Schaghe, etc. 
Dat. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Woll. iii. 61.) 

448. Memorandum that Thomas Cause, under age, holds of 
Thomas Foliambe certain lands, etc., in Brampton for the rent of two 
marks and military service, that the said Thomas Foliambe seised 
his body on S. b. Martinmas [11 Nov.], 14 Hen. IV. [1412] at 
Brampton, and offered him Margaret Taweran to wife at Walton, Sat. 
a. Michaelmas, 2 Hen. V. [1414], and the said Thomas Cause refused 
her. (Foljambe.) 

449. Grant from Roger Stevenson of Brampton to William Ulker- 
thorp, esq., and William Stevenson of Alfreton of lands in Brampton. 
Witn. Thomas Cause, John Lynnacre, William Lynnacre, etc. Dat. 
Th. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 7 Hen. VI. [1428]. (Woll. iii. 55.) 

450. Grant from John Raynburgh of Collowe [Calow] to John 
Nayler son of John Nayler of Newark of three roods of land in the 
fields of Brampton, upon " le "Turnesthagh." Witn. Robert Leghe, 
William del Wode, John Pety, etc. Dat. Collowe, F. of Conv. of 
St. Paul [25 Jan.], i434[5]. (Foljambe.) 

451. Release from, Thomas in le Dale son of John in le Dale of 
Brampton to John Hereson of Chestrefeld of lands in Brampton which 
he had at the death of John in le Dale, his grandfather, and Margote, 
his wife. Witn. Peter de Kyndoyr, William Grevis, Thomas de Croftis, 
etc. Dat. T. b. F. of the Circumcision [i Jan.], 6 Hen. VI. [1437]. 
(Woll. iii. 59.) 

452. Release from John Hereson of Chestrefeld to John Scha, son 
of Richard Scha of Brampton, of lands in Brampton. Witn. Thomas 
Hemmyng of Brampton, Nicholas Caskyn of the same, William Grevys 
of the same, etc. Dat. Th. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [2? Mar.], 16 Hen. VI. 
[1438]. (Woll. iii. 57.) 



Brampton. 57 

453. Power of attorney by Thomas Hugate of Chestrefeld, esq., 
to Roger Shaugh of Brampton, to deliver seisin to John Stevenson, 
sen., of Brampton, of two messuages in Brampton. Dat. Morrow of 
St. Matthew [22 Sept.], 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Woll. iii. 52.) 

454. Lease from "Ion of Schagh y^ son of Richard of Schagh of 
Brampton," to Margery "of y= Dale," wife of Robert "of the Dale," 
and to Richard, their son, of half the land which he purchased of 

" Jon " Henrison of Chestrefeld, formerly belonging to " old Jon of y= 
Dale"; rent, -lcL. Witn. John Lynacure, Thomas Cause, John Schagh 
of Somersall, etc. Dat. Brampton, F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
17 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Woll. iii. 56.) 

455. Power of attorney by Richard Wodhous, chaplain, to John 
Derton of Normanton, to receive seisin of lands surrendered by Richard 
Glover of Brampton. Dat. Aschover, M. a. Ann. of B. V. M. 
[25 Mar.], 18 Hen. VI. [1440]. (Woll. iii. 54.) 

456. Grant from John Shawe of Somersale to William Vernon, 
esq., Thomas Clarell, esq., Thomas Foliambe, jun., William Foliambe, 
and William Croft, of two messuages, etc., in Brampton. Witn. 
Thomas Foliambe, sen., John Shawe, John Tumour, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 22 Hen. VI. [1443]. (Foljambe.) 

457. Assignment by William Cause of Brampton to Robert Cade 
of the same of a lease, for 12 years, of lands in Brampton held of 
Johanna Bate of Chestrefeld, dated F. of St. Gregory, Pope [12 Mar.], 
37 Hen. VI. [1459]; rent, 12^. Witn. John Asche, John Cantrell, 
Roger Aschover of Bramptone. Dat. 20 Mar., 1459. (Woll. iii. 49.) 

458. Release from William Schae, son of John Schae, late of 
Chanderell,' to Richard Asshe of Chestrefeld, of all his lands, etc., in 
Brampton, in a place called Chanderell, formerly belonging to Matilda 
de Heye, widow of Hugh de Heye. Witn. Thomas Foliambe, esq., 
Peter Freschevile of Staveley, John Lynnacher, etc. Dat. 17 July, 

3 Edw. IV. [1463]. (FolJEUnbe.) 

459. Lease, for 20 years, from John Assh of Chestrefeld, baker, 
and Isabel, his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Thomas Cauce 
of Brampton, to Thomas Foliaumbe, lord of Walton, esq., of the 
fifth part of certain lands in Brampton; rent, ids. id. Dat. 7 May, 

4 Edw. IV. [1464]. (Woll. iii. 36.) 

460. Release from William Rawlynson of Hegate, next Heyfeld, 
in Bowdon, to Henry Foliambe, lord of Walton, esq., of all the lands, 
in Brampton, which he had jointly with Thomas Foliambe, esq., and 
Peter Kynder, of the feoffment of John Gaskyn of Brampton. Witn. 
Henry Vernon, Edm. Vernon, Peter Frecchevyle, Nich. Gansell, 
esquires, etc. Dat. Walton, F. of All Saints [i Nov.], 8 Edw. IV. 
[1468]. (Foljambe.) 

461. Acquittance from Nicholas Baguley and Johanna, his wife, 
dau. and heir of Thomas Cokee' of Brampton, to Henry Folgeham, 
lord of Walton, esq., for 13^. 4d. for the farm of all their lands, etc., 
in Brampton. Dat. 28 Dec, 49 Hen. VI. [1470]- (Foljambe.) 

462. Acquittance from Nicholas Baguley and Johanna, his wife, 
daughter and heir of Thomas Cauce of Brampton to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., Lord of Walton, for 13*. 4d. for rent of lands, etc., in Brampton. 
Dat. 14 July, II Edw. IV. [1471]. (Foljambe.) 



58 Brampton. 

463. Similar acquittance, dated 18 July, 12 Edw. IV. [1472]. 
(Foljambe.) 

464. Power of attorney from Henry Stafford, rector of Treton 
[Treeton, co. York], formerly " preceptor " of Halomeshire, to John 
Asshe, jun., and James Ethcotte of Chestrefeld, to deliver seisin to 
Robert Powte of Chestrefeld and Alice, his wife, of a close called 
'■' Rygewey Rawe " in Brampton. Dat. Treton, F. of St. George 
[23 Apr.], 13 Edw. IV. [1473]. (Foljambe.) 

465. Power of attorney by Dionisia Wodhouse to John Ralston 
to surrender, in the Court of the Prior of the Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem' of Normanton, a rriessuage with lands in Baggthorppe, 
in the soke of Brampton, to the use of Robert Gregory, etc. Dat. 
Sowth Wynfeld, 4 Apr., 17 Edw. IV. [1477]. (Woll. iii. 58.) 

466. Power of attorney from William Marschall, chaplain, to 
John Wortheye, chaplain, and John Schawe of Doghole, to give seisin 
to Richard Assch of Chestrefeld, Richard Heithcote of the same, 
Ralph Heithcote of the same, and John Pypes, chaplain, of a close 
in Pokenaye. Dat. Brampton, F. of Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 
22 Edw. IV. [1482]. (Foljambe.) 

467. Rental of John Lynacre, sen., made at Brampton, and 
referring to lands at Plumley, Westwell, Swootall, Hackynthorp, 
Haselam, Begheton, etc. Dat. 28 Max., 2 Hen. VII. [1487]. 
(Foljambe.) 

468. Will of William Croft of Brampton, sen., leaving all his 
lands, etc., in Brampton or elsewhere to Henry Folgiam in trust to 
grant the same to Mapota Crofte, his widow, for her life, and after 
her death to divide them between Nicholas Crofte and William Crofte, 
his sons. Witn. John Somersal, Richard Schaw, etc. Dat. 14 Apr., 
1485. Endorsed with probate, 3 May, 1485. (Foljambe.) 

469. Lease, for 10 years, from Nicholas Bayguley and Jane, his 
wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Thomas Cause of Bromton, 
to Richard Eyre of Plumley, of the fifth part of certain lands in 
Bromton; rent, 26^. %d. Dat. F. of St. John B. [24 June], 11 Hen. VII. 
[1496]. (Woll. iii. 67.) 

470. Power of attorney from William H,yll of Sowth Wynfeld 
and Thomas Kyrkland of Ripley, appointing William Bradscha of 
Wadchelf and Richard Sha of Bagthorpe, in the soke of Brampton, 
their attorneys, to surrender in the court of the Prior of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem at Normanton, a messuage and lands in 
Brampton to Richard Wodhause of Rypley, with reversion to William 
Wodhause, son and heir of John Wodhause of Brampton, his brother. 
Dat. 27 July, 16 Hen. VII. [1501]. (Woll. iii. 66.) 

471. Mortgage, for 105., from Robert Asshe to Christofer 
Midleton, of a parcel of land in Brampton. Dat. Corpus Christi, 
[10 Jun.], 4 Hen. VIII. [1512]. (Woll. iii. 78.) 

472. Lease, for 21 years, from Nicholas Woodhouse of London, 
" puterer," to Thomas Watson, husbandman, of lands in Bagthorpe, in 
the soke of Brampton ; rent, 40^. Dat. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. 
[25 Mar.], 27 Hen. VIII. [1536]. (Woll. iii. 63.) 



Brassington. 59 

473- Lease, for 30 years, from John Turner of Chaundrell, co. 
Derby, yeoman, and Richard, his son and heir, and John Turner of 
Chasterfeld, fuller, to George Turner of Chaundrell, of lands at 
Chaundrell [Chander Hill], in Brampton; rent, zds. M. Witn. 
"Mestre" Lynaker, Thomas Channer, Jhon Stevynson, etc. Dat. 
2 Nov., 32 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Woll. iiL 64.) 

BRAMPTON, V. Chesterfield, Derby, Temple Normanton, 

Walton. 



BRASSINGTON. 

(Bracentone, Bracinton, Bracington, Bracynton.) 

474. Confirmation by William de Ferrars, Comes Derbe, to the 
Abbot and monks of Buldewas [Buildwas, co. Salop] of two grants 
from Hugh fil. Dom. Will, quondam Comitis Derbe of common pasture 
for 500 sheep and for 340 sheep in the manors of Bracynton and 
Bonteshale. Dat. apud Beurepeyr, S. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 
35 Hen. III. [1251]. Copy, fourteenth century. (Foljambe.) 

On the back is a copy of grant from Fulcher fil. Fulcheri de Hirt 
to the same Abbey of all his land of Yvenbrok as Swain de Mapeldon 
and Hirald, his brother, granted it to him. 

475. Grant from William de Ferrars, Earl of Derby, to Adam le 
Wyne of the land which Hamo the clerk held of the Earl in Bracen- 
tone in the Peak, near Yuenbroc and Horburyhale, with lands in 
Hopton. Witn. Geoffrey de Gresele, then Steward, and seven others. 
Thirteenth century. (Pole-Gell.)* 

476. Grant from William de Ferrars, Earl of Derby, to William 
de Grendone, of 40 acres of land in Bracinton. (Pole-Gell.)* 

477. Grant and confirmation from Cecily, dau. and heir of Hugh 
de Ferrars, widow, to the Church and Canons of " St. Mary of Park 
Stanley " [Dale Abbey] of the gift which William son of Ingeram of 
Nottingham made to them in Bracington [Brassington], Kersington 
[Carsington], and Hopton. Witn. Dom. Thomas de Ferrars, her uncle. 
Master Hosbert, rector of Hegham, Dom. Robert, rector of Stowe, 
and others. Thirteenth century. (Pole-Gell.)* 

478. Inspeximus and confirmation by Robert de Ferrars, son and 
heir of WiUiam de Ferrars, formerly Earl of Derby, of the grant, etc., 
by Cecily, dau. and heir of Hugh de Ferrars. (Pole-Gell.)* 

479. Release from Henry, Duke of Lancaster, Earl of Derby, etc., 
to the Abbot and Convent " de la Dale," of the rent of xis. which 
they paid for land granted to them by Cecily, dau. and heir of Hugh 
de Ferrars, and confirmed by Robert de Ferrars, in [Brassington, 
Hopton, and Carsington]. Dat. Th. a. Tr. of St. Thomas [7 July], 
34 Edw. III. [1360]. French. (Pole-Gell.) 

BRASSINGTON v. also under MATLOCK. 



*On visiting Hopton in 1902 this charter could not be found. This abstract is 
taken from the Hist. Com. Report, IX, Part II, 402, 403. 



6o Breadsall. 

BREADSALL. 

(Braydsale, Breydesale.) 

480. Grant from Nicholas fil. Nicholai Fabri of Breydesale to 
William fil. Thome de Chadesdene and Idonea, his wife, and the heirs 
of their bodies, of six selions of arable land " cum tota terra frisca 
adiacente " in Breydesale [Breadsall], which six selions lie at Southe- 
wode, near Chadesden fields. Witn. Dom. William le Herbeiour, 
mil., Geoffrey de Detheyek, William, ad crucem, etc. Dat. Southewode, 
S. b. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 10 Edw. II. [1316]. (Wilmot.) 

481. Grant from Nicholas fil. Nicholai Fabri de Breydesale to 
William, fil. Thome de Chadesdene and Idonya, his wife, and the heirs 
of their body, of sixteen selions and five butts of land in BreydesaH 
at Southewode, in exchange for six acres and three-quarters of a rood 
in Horseley. Witn. Dom. William le Herbeiour, mil., Geoffrey de 
Detheyek, William ad Crucem, etc. Dat. Southewode, Fr. a. F. of 
St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 10 Edw. II. [13 16]. (Wilmot.) 

482. Release from John Gotken of Wyndeley to the House of the 
Holy Trinity, Braydsale Park, of his right in land formerly in the 
possession of Peter de Wyndeley. Dat. Braydsalepark, Vig. of St. Peter, 
Ap., 8 Hen. VI. [1430]. (P. R. O., b. 661.) 

BREADSALL v. also under LOCKO, Nether. 

BREASTON. 

(Braystone, Breidestone, Breydiston.) 

483. Grant from J , Abbot " de Parco Stanl " [Dale Abbey], 

to John de Lokinton, for his homage and service, of two bovates of 
land in Breideston; rent, \os. Witn. "the seal of our chapter." 
[1233-1253.] (D. A. J. xxiv. 150; ■facsimile^ 

484. General release from William Halom of Braystone, " tayllour," 
and Lucy, his wife, dau. and co-heiress of Richard Cartare of Braystone, 
to John Reynare of Swanwyk and Cecily, his wife, dau. and co-heiress 
of the same. Dat. 6 Apr., 24 Hen. VIII. [1533]. (Woll. iv. 3.) 

485. Grant from Nicholas son of Hugh de Wermondisworth to 
John son of William son of Hauwis of Breydiston, of land, a toft, and 
croft; part of the land in " le Borim," part abutting on the road from 
Notingham, part abutting on Thorlirsike, and part upon Holewalhel. 
Witn. Hugh le Tenerey of Eyton, Elias de Riseley, etc. Undated 
(P. R. O. c. 2061.) 

BRETBY. 

" (Brettebi.) 

486. Sale from Philip de Kima to Dom. Ranulph, Earl of Chester, 
of the vill of Brettebi [Bretby]. Witn. Dom. Hugh, Abbot of Chester, 
P[hilip] de Orrebi, Justice of Chester, Guarin de Vernon, John de 
Arden, A. de Sulign', Mag. Hugh de Cestria, etc. [1208-1226.] 
(Berkeley, i5r.) 



Brimington. 6 1 

487. Grant from Ranulph, Eail of Chester and Lincoln, to Stephen 
de Segrave of the vill of Bretby, which Symon de Kyraba sometime 
held. Witn. Philip de Orreby, justice of Chester, Baldwin de Ver, 
William de Vernon, Nicholas de Litteris, etc. [1209-1228.] (Berkeley, 
^54-) 

488. AccoMPT-ROLL of Robert Myddelton, collector of rents for 
the manor of Lynton, Mich., 23 Hen. VI. to 24 Hen. VI. [1445]; 
with the accompt of Thomas Hanson, Steward of the Manor of 
Bretby, for the same period. (Bemrose.) 

489. Letters of attorney by John [Mowbray, 3rd] Duke of Norfolk, 
Earl of Nottingham and Earl Marshal of England, to William 
Matthew, esq., William Gourley, Thomas Morys, and John Wylne, 
Prior of Rependon, to deliver seisin to Humphrey [Stafford, ist] Duke 
of Buckingham, Thomas [loth] Lord Roos, John [Talbot, ist] Lord 
Lisle, Ralph [Boteler], Lord Sudeley, Sir Henry Inglose, knt., and 
Richard Wallere, esq., of his lordships of Gower and Kilvey, in South 
Wales, and his manors of Bretby [co. Derby] and Northpydill [North 
Piddle, CO. Wore.]. Dat. 20 July, 26 Hen. VI. [1448]. (Add. 17740.) 

490. Attorney from John [Stafford], Archbishop of Canterbury, 
Thomas [Bouchier], Bishop of Ely, and others, to John Wylne, Prior 
of Repton, and three others, to deliver seisin to Humphrey, Duke of 
Buckingham, Thomas, Lord Roos, John, Lord Lisle, Ralph, Lord 
Sudely, Henry Inglose, knt., and Richard Wallet, esquire, of the manor 
of Bretby. Dat. 26 Nov., 27 Hen. VI. [1448]. With seals and 
signature of John Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk, Lord of Bretby Manor. 
(Berkeley 598.) 

491. Articles of agreement of Thomas, Lord Berkeley, and Sir 
Richard Sacheverell, with Marie, Lady Hungerford, for the bargain and 
exchange by the former of the manors of Bretby, Coton, Rosliston, 
Linton, and Repton, co. Derby, with others in co. Leic, for the manors 
of Aller, Newton, St. Loe, Pensford, Publon, and Wollard, co. Som. 
Dat. 30 June, 17 Hen. VIII. [1525]. (Berkeley 572.) 

492. Lease, for 20 years, from Thomas, Lord Berkeley, to Sir 
John Porte, knt.. Justice of the Common Pleas, of two pools well 
stocked with fish at Bretby, whereof the said Sir John had the charge 
and care "unto such time as the said Sir John was made one of 
the king's justices." Dat. 25 Feb., 18 Hen. VIII. [1527]. (Berkeley 
697.) 

BRETBY V. also under Linton, Newton Solney, Repton, 

BRETTON IN Eyam v. under FoOLOW. 

BRIERLY V. under Trusley. 

BRIMINGTON. 

(Bremyngton, Brimenton, Brimintun, Brimyngton, 
Brymmyngton, Brymyngton.) 

493. Grant from William fil. Rog. de Brimenton, with assent of 
William his elder son, to Jordan his son, of land in Brimenton. Witn. 
Matthew fil. Willelmi, William de Tapeton, Akon de Witenton, etc. 
Early thirteenth century. (Foljambe.) 



62 Brimington. 

494. Grant from Ralph fil. Galf. de Cimiterio de Brimintun to 
Swanus fil. Hug. de Witintun of a plot of meadow in the territory of 
Brimintun. Witn. Peter de Brimintun, Gilbert de Taptun, Richard fil. 
WInet. Temp. Hen. IH. (Foljambe.) 

495. Grant from Thomas fil. Radulphi de Cimiterio de Brimington 
to John Scot of Brimington of a toft in Brimington. Witn. William 
le Bret, Peter de Brimington, John fil. Radulfi de Brimington. Dat. 
S. a. F. of St. John B. [24 June], 10 Edw. II. [1317]. (Foljambe.) ' 

496. Acquittance from Thomas de Colby " custos feodorum 
domini Thome Wake" to Robert fil. et her. Rog. le Breton, for 40J. 
paid on the death of the said Roger, " pro duplicatione redditus " of 
the manor of Bremyngton held of the said Dom. Thomas Wake. Dat. 
S. a. F. of St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 1324. (Foljambe.) 

497. Grant from William fil. Joh. fil. Petri de Hallumschire of 
Brimington to William fil. Will, de la More, of a messuage and land 
lying on Brokelhill, Mokholme, etc., in Brimington. Witn. Peter de 
Brimington, Adam Seket, Simon Goderhil, etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of 
St. Matthias [24 Feb.], 3 Edw. III. [1329]. (Foljambe.) 

498. Lease, for nine years, from Giles fil. Anote de Thwathweyt 
to Peter fil. Ade de Bosco de Bremyngton, of arable land in Kerrowe 
[in Brimington]. Dat. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 13 Edw. III. [1339]. 
(Foljambe.) 

499. Quitclaim from Elizabeth fil. Petri fil. Gilberti le Schep- 
herde to Richard fil. Roberti de Bollesorwodehouses of all the lands 
of her father at Brimington. Witn. Richard Stuffyn, John de Tapton, 
John le Barker, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Denis [9 Oct.], 15 Edw. III. 
[1341]. (Foljambe.) 

500. Grant and counterpart from John Barker to Roger fil. Ric. 
de Tapton and Emma dau. of the grantor, in tail, of a tenement and 
lands in Bremyngton, with remainder to Richard Stuffyn, Robert 
Duraunt, and John de Neubold. Witn. John de Maunesfeld, Robert 
Duraunt, etc. Dat. Th. a. Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 18 Edw. III. 
[1344]- (Foljambe.) 

501. Bond from Robert le Breton, Lord of Walton, to Robert 
his son, of land called Dobynholm, in the fee of Brymyngton, in the 
field of Tapton. Witn. Roger le Caus, Richard Stoffyn, Robert Duraunt, 
etc. Dat. Brymyngton, S. a. F. of the Assumption [15 Aug.], 
21 Edw. III. [1347]. (Harl. 112 G. 37.) 

503. Grant from John fil. Rog. de Beghton to John fil. Ade 
Smyth of land lying on " Wippeleye," " le Wetelandes," etc., in 
Brimington. Witn. Roger fil. Ranulphi, John fil. Mariote. Dat. Sat. 
a. Beh. of St. John B. [29 Aug.], 25 Edw. III. [135 1]. (Foljambe.) 

503. Lease from John de Loudham to Robert Wele and William 
Pertrikoure, of lands, etc., in Brimyngton and Whityngton for 14 years. 
Dat. M. a. Michs., 39 Edw. III. [1365]. (Foljambe.) 

504. Grant from Alice dau. of Roger Dobyn to Matilda, her 
sister, of all her lands, etc., in Brimington. Witn. John del Wode, 
Peter del Wode, etc. Dat. Chastrefeld, S. a. F. of St. Alphege 
[19 Apr.], 51 Edw. III. [1377]- (Foljambe.) 



Broadlow Ash. 63 

505. Partition of the manor of Brymyngton, specifying in great 
detail the portion assigned to Thomas Foljambe. Dat. Brymyngton, 
29 Mar., 18 Ric. II. [1395J. (Foljambe.) 

506. Particulars of lands held by William Tapton of John 
Barleye at Tapton Bridge, in Swoddale, at Brymyngton, etc., and of 
other lands in the same places. Circ. 1400. (Foljambe.) 

, 507. Lease from Heniy Hunte of Tupton to John Dewee of 
Brimyngton of a messuage in Brimyngton for 100 years, at a yearly 
rent of 5^. to the said Henry and 2od. to Richard de Bawkewell. Witn. 
John de More, John Bate, sen., etc. Dat. M. b. Pentecost [10 May], 
12 Hen. VI. [1434]. (Foljambe.) 

508. Quitclaim from William Higdon of Edinsower and Joan, 
his wife, to William Hunt of Tupton of a tenement and two acres of 
land in Brimyngton which John Dewe, late husband of the said Joan, 
had of the grant of John Wode. Witn. Richard Lece, William Hygdon, 
William Hyne, etc. Dat. Edinsouer, Michaelmas Day, 39 Hen. VI. 
[1460]. (Foljambe.) 

509. Grant from Thomas Foliambe, lord of Walton, esq., to John 
Asshton, knt., Heiuy Foliambe, esq., William Foliambe, clerk, and 
John Cooke, of a moiety of the manor of Brymmyngton, with lands, 
etc., in Whytyngton, Tapton, Dunston, and Normanton, a messuage in 
Hulme, with land there and in Brampton, and Loudeham Manor in 
Riby, CO. Line. Witn. John Foliambe, gent., Thomas Fox of Walton, 
etc. Dat. 20 Nov., 3 Edw. IV. [1463]. (Foljsimbe.) 

510. Grant from Agnes, widow of William Maryotte of Brymyng- 
ton, dau. and heir of Henry Burchefeld, to Henry Foliambe, lord of 
Walton, of a croft in Brymyngton, called " Nicolzerde," with all the 
lands, etc., in Taddyngton, Burcheffeld, and Prestclyffe, or elsewhere, 
in CO. Derby, which descended to her from her father. Witn. Henry 
Vernon, John Leek, esqq., John Skotte, etc. Dat. Brymyngton, F. of 
St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 3 Hen. VII. [1487]. (Foljambe.) 

BRIMINGTON v. also under CHESTERFIELD, Derby, 
Tupton, Walton. 

BRINLASTON. 

(Brynlaston.) 

511. Attorney frora John Braylesford of Ettewall to William 
Scrivenere of Derby and another to give seisin to John . . . and 
Cecily, his wife, of eighteen acres of arable land in the fields of 
Brynlaston. Dat. Ettewall, 4 April, 22 Ric. II. [1399]- ^Trusley.) 

BRINLASTON v. also under Willington. 

BROADLOW ASH. 

(Bradelow, Bradlowe.) 

512. Grant from William fil. Henrici de Fennybenteley to John 
de la Pole de Assheburn of a meadow called Gamelesley in Bradelow ; 
to hold at a rent, after the end of 20 years, of 20s. Witn. John fil. 
Joh. de Benteley, Henry le Ballif de eadem, John fil. eius. Dat. 
Assheburn, 12 Oct., 38 Edw. III. [1364]. Seal of arms. (Okeover.) 



64 Broadlow Ash. 

513. Lease, for 20 years, from King Edward [IV.], with the advice 
of the council of the Duchy of Lancaster, to Ralph Oker, gent., of all 
the lands, etc., of Bradlowe, with herbage and pasture of the wood of 
Bradlowe, parcel of the Duchy; to hold at a yearly rent of £^ 135. 4^. 
Dated apud Castrum de Notyngham, 2 Apr., anno 14 [i474]- 
(Okeover.) 

514. Warrant of King Richard III., instructing Rauff Oker, gent., to 
give up possession to Sir Marmaduke Constable, Steward of the Honor 
of Tutbury, of all the lands, etc., in Bradlowe, in the Duchy of 
Lancaster, which he at present holds on lease, but which have now 
been leased to James Berdesley and Hugh Berdesley. Dat. 26 Apr., 
2 Ric. III. [1485]. (Okeover.) 

BROADLOW ASH v. also under ASHBOURNE. 

BROUGH, IN Hopp:. 
(Burgh.) 

515. Grant from William fil. Willelmi Blaunchard of Castiltone to 
Peter de Shattone, forester, of a rent of 2S., with a day's reaping in 
autumn, price 2d., from a tenement in Burgh. Witn. Clement de la 
Ford, Ballivus de Pecco, William Halley, Robert le Eyr, etc. Dat. 
Castiltone, W. b. F. of Annunc. [25 Mar.], 33 Edw. I. [1305]. (Woll. 
iii. II.) 

BROUGH V. also under Bradwell, Castleton, Shatton. 

BRUSHFIELD. 

(Breitreichfeld, Briethicefeld, Britreichfeld, 
burcheffeld.) 

516. Confirmation, for 3 marks, by Sewale fil. Fulcheri of a 
covenant made between the Abbey of Rucford [Rufford, co. Notts.], 
and Walthof de Morneshale, respecting lands in Briethicefeld on con- 
dition of payment to the said Sewale of an annual rent of one mark. 
Late twelfth century. (Woll. ix. 3.) 

Sewale filius Fulcheri omnibus filiis sancte matris ecclesie tam 
presentibus quam futuris salutem. Notum sit uobis me concessisse 
et carta mea confirmasse conuentionem illam que facta est inter 
fratres de Rucfordia et Walthef de Morneshale scilicet de terra 
de Briethicefeld parte Walthef quicquid ei pertinet et communem 
pasturam de tota terra sua cum omnibus aisiamentis per omnia 
sicut in cirographo eorum continetur. Tali conditione quod ipsi 
fratres uisu Walthef debent reddere mihi et heredibus meis 
unoquoque anno tantummodo unam marcham argenti de ferma 
propter omne seruitium terrenum' in perpetuum. Sciatis etiam 
quod Walthef et heredes sui quieti sunt apud me et heredes meos 
de una marcha de ferma sua. Insuper debeo esse inter predictos 
fratres et omnes homines et omnes calupnias et omnia seruitia 
terrena. Propterea dederunt mihi iii marchas propter concessum. 
Testibus Ascet' sacerdote, Matilda femina Sewal', Rodberto filio 
Osm', Rodberto filio Choi, Hor' Bas', Willelmo de Mugei, Henrico 
filio Fulcher et Fulcher fratre eius, Serlo de Grendune, Willelmo 
le Burgin cum aliis pluribus. 

BRUSHFIELD v. also under Brimington, LongsTONE. 



Burnaston. 65 

BURNASTON. 

(Brunaldeston, Brunnaldeston, Brunufystone, 
Brynnaldstone, Byrnaston.) 

517. Grant by Celestra, relicta Walter! de Ribef, to Nicholas fil. 
Henrici de Brunufystone, in free marriage with Ysabel, her daughter, 
of a toft in Brunufystone which Engelard held near the toft of Henry 
de Bruwys, and five acres of land near Brakincroft abutting on 
Breryafhedlond. Witn. Dom. Walter de Ribef, Henry de Chambreys, 
Henry de Bruwys, Richard fil. Orm de Brunufyston, etc. Late 
thirteenth century. (Woll. ix. 36.) 

518. Grant from Nicholas fil. Henrici de Brunnaldiston and 
Isabella, his wife, to Ossebert de Frithisby, clericus, of five acres of 
land in the territory of Brunnaldeston, in a culture called Brakencroft, 
which the said Nicholas had received from Celestra, widow of Walter 
de Riboef, in marriage with Isabel, her daughter; rent, \d. Witn. 
Walter fil. Walteri de Riboef, Janne de Dersyth, Richard le Despenser, 
etc. Late thirteenth century. (Woll. ix. 37.) 

519. Grant and release, for %2s., from Roger fil. et her. Walteri de 
Chambereys, Dominus de Berewardecote and of Brunnaldiston, to 
Walter Truttok, of Brunnaldiston, of a rent of two shillings and an 
arrow, which he paid for a tenement in the fee of Brunnaldistone ; 
rent, a peppercorn, reserving only foreign service, viz., 3<f. yearly " ad 
tolnetum de Tutteburi" and 3<^. "ad le Schirrevestur et ad palefridum," 
and scutage " quando currit," viz., 2S. 6d. Witn. Walter de Ribef of 
Etewelle, Richard dictus Foliot, WilUam Orm, Nigel de le Breres, etc. 
Dat. Christmas Eve, 1291. (Woll. ix. 34, 35.) 

520. Grant from Henry fil. Henrici de Trusselegh of Kyrkelongele 
[Kirk Langley] to John Truttok of Brunnaldeston, of a messuage and 
lands in the vill and territory of Brunnaldeston, excepting three acres, 
which the said John inherited at the death of Walter, his father. Witn. 
Dom. Hugh de Meignill, Dom. John de Twyford, milites, Richard de 
Rybuff, Dominus de Etwell, etc. Dat. Vigil of F. of Pur. of B. V. M. 
[i Feb.], 9 Edw. II. [1316]. (Woll. ix. 39.) 

521. Grant from John Tructok of Brunnaldeston to Henry fil. 
Henrici de Trusseleghe of Kyrkelongele [Kirk Langley] of a rent of 
6^. 8d. from a messuage and lands in Brunnaldeston. Witn. Dom. 
Hugh de Meignill and Dom. John de Twiford, milites, Richard de 
Rybuf, Dominus de Etwell, William Orm, William de le Burghes, etc. 
Dat. Sun. b. Inv. of Holy Cross [3 May], 9 Edw. II. [1316]. (Woll. 
ix. 38.) 

522. Grant and release from John Bozoun, Dominus de Ednes- 
over, to Isabel, que fuit uxor Henrici de Braylesford de Brunaldeston, 
of a rent of 6^. from lands which were William) del Borwes' in 
Brunaldeston. Witn. John de Rocheford, William de Bakepuz, William 
Eyring, etc. Dat. Vigil and Feast of Pur. of B. V. M. [i, 2 Feb.], 
27 Edw. III. [1353]. (Woll. ix. 40, 41.) 

523. Grant from Thomas Milner of Derby and Matilda, his wife, 
to John Stanley and William Stanley, knts., etc., of lands in Brynnald- 
stone. Witn. John Hoghton, John Godard, bailiff of Derby, Roger 
Orme, etc. Dat. Morr. of St. Michael [30 Sept.], 2 Hen. VI. [1423]- 
(Woll. iv. 39.) 

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66 Burnaston. 

524. Grant from John Stathum of Horseley, son and heir of John 
Stathum of Horseley, and of Elizabeth, his wife, to Robert Leek and 
William Sherle, of all his lands in Byrnaston and Berwardcote. Witn. 
John Bothe, esquire, John, Fyndern, esquire, John Donyngtone, esquire, 
etc. Dat. 10 July, 16 Edw. IV. [1476]. (WoU. ix. 42.) 

525. Grant from Henry Stathum of Nottingham, son and heir of 
John Stathum, late of Gonerton, co. Notts., deceased, to Thomas 
Mellours, Mayor of Nottingham, Richard Savage, esq., Thomas 
Harpham, and others, of all his lands, etc., in Burnaston and Berward- 
cote. Dat. 10 July, 22 Hen. VIII. [1530]. (Debdale.) 

BURNASTON v. also under Etwall. 

BUXTON. 

(BUXSTONIS, BUXSTONYS, BUXTONIS, BUXTONYS.) 

526. Grant from Thomas Mathewe of Buxstonys, yeoman, and Alice, 
his wife, one of the daughters and heirs of Owin Coterell, late of 
the same, and Margery Coterell of the same, " singlewoman,"' the other 
of the daughters and heirs of the said Owin, to Antony Lowe of 
Aldyrwasle [Alderwaslee], gent., of a messuage and lands in Buxstonys. 
Witn. Richard Sacheverelle, esquire, Thomas Revell, gent., Andrew 
Lowe, gent., etc. Dat. Buxstonys, 7 Sept., i Hen. VIII. [1509]. 
(Woll. i. 90.) 

527. Grant from Thomas Mathews of Buxtonys, yeoman, and 
Alice, his wife, one of the sisters and heirs of Nicholas Coterell, son 
and heir of Owin Coterell, late of Buxstonis, and Margery Coterell of 
the same, " sjmglewomane,'' the other sister and heir of the said 
Nicholas, to Anthony Lowe of Aldyrwasley, gent., of a messuage in 
Buxstonis. Witn. Richard Sacheverell, esq., Thomas Revell, gent., 
Thomas Netham, etc., of Buxtonis, yeomen. Dat. 7 Sept., i Hen. VIII. 
[1509]. (Woll. vii. 14.) 

BUXTON V. also under Eyam. 
CALDWELL v. under Drakelow, ROSLISTON. 

CALK. 

(Calc, Calch, Kalc.) 

528. Notification from William, Archbishop of Canterbury and 
legate of the Apostolic See, to Roger, Bishop of Chester, and Ranulph, 
the Earl, and all the faithful, that, since William, Abbot of Chester, 
in the presence of the Archbishops of York and Rouen, at the 
Council in London, celebrated on the Sunday when " I am the Good 
Shepherd " is sung \sc. 2nd S. a. Easter], has restored to the Canons 
of Calk the church of Calk, and promised to restore all things that had 
been taken away by him or his men, as well as the Earl's charter, 
which had been lost, the said William the Archbishop wishes that the 
said church remain free and quit to the said Canons for the service of 
God. Circ. 1129-1139. (Add. 7214.) The text is: — 

Willelmus Dei gracia Cantuar[iensis] Archiepiscopus et sedis 
apostolice legatus, Rogero eadem gracia Cestrensi episcopo et 
Rannulfo Comiti et omnibus sancte Dei ecclesie fidelibus per 
Angliam salutem et Dei benedictionem. Notum omnium deuotioni 



Calk. 67 

sit quoniam Willelmus Abbas Cestrensis in presentia nostra et 
archiepiscoporum Eboracensis et Rotomagensis et aliorum epis- 
coporum qui concilio Lundonie interfuerunt quod celebrauimus 
in dominica quaiido cantatur, ego sum. pastor bonus, tempore 
Henrici regis, canonicis de CaJc reddidit ecclesiam suam de Calc 
et quietam clamauit et omnia sua que per ilium vel per suos 
ill[is] ablata fuerunt reddere uel restaurare de suo' promisit et 
quod etiam cartam Comitis de eadem re quam habuerant quamque 
per ipsum perdiderant restitueret. Vnde uolo et firmiter precipio 
ut eadem ecclesia amodo ad opus predictorum canonicorum ad 
seruiendum Deo libera et quieta permaneat. Rogo etiam uos 
omnes ut pro amore Dei et nostro eandem ecclesiam consilio uestro 
et auxilio muniatis. Valete. 

529. Grant in soul-alms from Matthew de Preers to the church 
of St. Giles at Calch of land in Wilintune; and grant from his wife, 
the Lady Beatrice, of " sex denarios uel dimidiam medium seglei " yearly 
for the rest of her life. Temp. Steph. — Hen. II. (Stowe 139). The 
text is: — 

Omnibus sancte Dei ecclesie filiis salutem. Notum uobis sit quod 
Matheus de Preers concessit et dedit ecclesie sancti Egidii de 
Calch dimidiam acram prati in Wilintun in ijnagnum pratum ultra 
Fuledic in primam partem eiusdem prati in feudo et elemosina 
libere, quiete, ab illo et ab heredibus eius pro anima sua et pro 
animabus omnium parentum suorum et pro firmitate eiusdem 
ecclesie et Domina Beatrix uxor euisdem Mathei dedit sex denarios 
uel dimidiam medium seglei omni anno uite sue pro redempcione 
anime sue et parentum suorum in festuitatem sancti Egidii. Teste, 
Horm presbytero et Johanne et Nicholao fratre eius et Hosb[erto] 
et Simundo filio Toch. 

530. Notification from Agnes fil. Ricardi fil. Nigelli de MaJpas 
to the Canons of Calk of the land of two cowherds in Cheguurthia 
[ ? Kegworth, co. Leic], " cum una masura," at the end of the town, 
namely, 32 acres of land, in perpetual alms for the souls of her sons, 
Robert, Richard, and William, and of Nigel, her lord of Malpas. 
Temp. Steph. — Hen. II. (Bemrose.) The text is: — 

Agnes filia Ricardi filii Nigelli de Malpas omnibus filiis sancte 
ecclesie salutem. Notum uobis sit me dedisse et concessisse ex 
patrimonio meo et hereditate mea Deo et sancte Marie et Sancto 
Egidio et canonicis de Calc terram duorum bibulcorum in 
Cheguurthia cum una masura que est ad introitum uille ex parte 
occidentali et ex meridiana parte uie, scilicet, triginta duas acras, 
sexdecim ex una parte uille et sexdecim ex alia parte in perpetuam 
elemosinam pro salute anime mee et domini mei et Rodberti filii 
mei et prO' animabus patris et matris mee et Nigelli domini mei 
de Malpas et Ricardi et Willelmi filiorum meorum et omnium 
autecessorum meorum, liberam et quietam ab omni seruicio et 
consuetudine et ab omnibus querelis et placitis et ab omnibus 
rebus sicut ulla elemosina liberius dari potest, excepto seruicio 
regis quia de aliis seruitiis terra ilia libera est. Illam uidelicet quam 
predictus Willelmus filius meus prefatis canonicis diuisit [? for 
dimisit]. 

Teste eodem domino meo Nigello des Puis, et Willelmo filio meo 
iuniore, et Herui sacerdote et Pichot sacerdote de Suttunia et 
Gilberto clerico del Malpas, et Rodberto clerico de eadem uilla, 



68 Calk. 

et Petro filio eius, et Thoma et Fuca fratribus Rodberti et Umfrido 
milite de Boneburi, et Willelmo filio suo et Warino Maillard, et 
Henrico Ostricer de Aluredo et Nicholao, fratre suo et Ysaac 
armigero et Hugone Cochet, et Alberto clerico, et Rogero fratre 
suo et Willelmo clerico filio Wlurici et Rodberto fratre Gilbert! 
de Malpas. 

531. Notification from Matilda, Countess of Chester, to Walter, 
Bishop of Coventry, that she, with the consent of the Earl Hugh, her 
son, has grtinted to the Canons of Calc a " cultura quarerie " of " Rependon 
iuxta Trente," with the advowson of the church [1154-1160]. (Bemrose.) 
The text is : — 

Waltero Dei Gratia Couentrensi Episcopo, vniuersisque sancte 
matris ecclesie filiis, Matillis Comitissa Cestrie, salutem, Vestra 
noscat sanctitas, me concessu Comitis Hugonis filii mei dedisse 
Deo et sancte Marie et canonicis de Calc in puram et perpetuam 
elemosinam culturam quarerie de Rependon iuxta Trente, simul 
cum aduocatione ecclesie Sancti Wicstani de Rependon cum 
omnibus eidem pertinentibus conditione hac quod conuentus ibi 
constet tanquam capiti cum oportunitas idonea hoc expetierit cui 
Calc subiciatur membrum eius etenim diocesis semper permansit. 
Prece igitur multimoda uestram exoro dulcedinem quatinus hanc 
elemosinam consilio uestro caritatiue inceptam permanere facialis 
ratam. Teste ipso Comite Hugone filio meo, Willelmo Abbate 
Lileshill, Helia priore de Bredune, Rogero capellano, Turri clerico, 
Aluredo de Cumbrei, Luuel de Hesbi, Nicholao de Mealtun, 
multis aliis. Apud Rependon. Vale. 

532. Confirmation by Robert, Earl of Ferrars, to St. Giles and 
the Canons of Calc of the carucate of land which Haraldus gave them 
in " leca " , [ ? Leek, co. Staff.], and the chapel, for the soul of his 
brother Reinald, canon in the said House. Early Hen. II. (Bemrose.) 
The text is : — 

R[obertus] Comes de Ferr[ariis] uniuersis Sancte ecclesie 
filiis et omnibus hominibus et amicis suis francis et anglis, salutem. 
Sciatis me concessisse et confirmasse Sancto Egydio et canonicis 
de Calc illam carru[c]atam terre quam Haraldus dedederat eis in 
leca [? Leek] et capellam pro anima fratris sui Reinaldi canonici 
in domo predicta in perpetuam, elemosinam, solam et quietam ab 
omni seruicio et consuetudine que mihi pertinet et heredibus meis 
post me et prohibeo omnibus baill[i]u,[i]s et ministris meis ne 
capiant pecunias in nam[io] pro ullo defectu alicuius seruitii 
quod Haraldus uel heredes sui debebunt mihi uel heredibus meis. 
Teste R. capellano et Gilleberto presbitero et Ricardo clerico et 
Johanne presbitero de Leca, et Roberto de Piro, dapifero, et R. 
de Seile, cunest [abulario], et Ricardo de Curzun et Reinaldo de 
Gresele et Ada de Tich' et aliis pluribus. 

533. Notification from Hugh de Bellocampo that whereas he 
had given to the Canons of Calk the tithes of his mill of Meleburna 
[Melbourne], but that they proved to be useless to them and difficulty 
was often experienced in collecting the same, he hereby grants to 
them, in exchange, one virgate of land in Newton [King's Newton], 
namely, that which belonged to Ranulph fil. Toch, so that the tenant 
of the land shall have all common rights and liberties as one of his 
own men holding so much land in the same vill has, and if such man 
do an injury to any of the canons he shall give satisfaction in the 
Canons' Court. And this land and liberties he grants for the salvation 



Calk. 69 

of the souls of Henry fil. Matilde Imperatricis, etc. Eaily Hen. II. 

(Add. 7213.) The text is:— 

Uniuersis sancte matris ecclesie filiis Hugo de Bellocampo salutem. 
Notum uobis sit quod ego Hugo de Bellocampo dederam Deo et 
sancte Marie et Sancto Egidio de Calc canonicisque eiusdem loci 
decimas de molendinis meis de Melebuma in perpetuum. Sed 
quia eis utiles non erant et in recepcione illarum multotiens 
impediebantur concedo eis in excambiis predictarum decimanim 
unam uirgatam terre in Neutona illam scilicet que fuit Radulfi 
filii Tochi inperpetuum elemosinam liberam et quietam ab omnibus 
secularibus consuetudinibus et operibus et seruitiis sicut ahqua 
elemo[si]na liberius dari potest, ita quod ille qui predictam terram 
de predictis canonicis tenebit omnes communitates et libertates 
habebit quas unus ex hominibus meis in eadem uilla tantum 
tenentibus habet in bosco scilicet et piano in prato et pascuis et 
ceteris libertatibus ad terram pertinentibus. Si autem predictus 
homo canonicorum alicui meorum hominum iniuriam fecerit in curia 
predictorum canonicorum ei satisfaciat. Hanc autem terrami et 
has libertates concedo eis pro salute Henrici filii Matildis impera- 
tricis et liberorum suorum et pro salute mea liberorumque meorum 
meorumque beniuolentium. His testibus, Waltero clerico meo, 
Herberto presbitero de Aluualdestona, Roberto de Kakestona, 
Stephano clerico de Rependona, Samsone camerario, et Balduuino 
clerico de Melebuma, et multis aliis, Valete. 

534. Grant from Hugh de Bello Campo to the Canons of 
St. Mary and St. Giles of Kale of two acres of meadow in Melebume, 
for the souls of King Henry and his Queen, and their children, his 
own children, Hamo Peverel, etc. Early Hen. II. (Add. 7081.) 

Omnibus Sancte Matris ecclesie filiis Hugo de bellocampo 
salutem. Sciatis me dedisse et concessisse Deo et sancte Marie 
et sancto Egidio et canonicis de Kale, duas acras prati mei de 
Melebume in perpetuam elemosinam et has acras assignaui eis 
in Kingesholme ut ibi eas de me et successoribus meis liberas et 
quietas ab omni seculari seruieio teneant imperpetuum pro salute 
anime domini mei regis Henrici et regine sue et omnium liberorum 
suorum et anime mee et uxoris mee et omnium filiomm filiarumque 
mearum et Hamonis Peuerel et omnium antecessomm meomm. 
His testibus Stephano sacerdote, Helia filio Galfridi et Radulpho 
de Northfolc, Waltero clerico meo, et Baldewino clerico et 
Sampsone Camerario meo, et Willelmo Pincema, et Ricardo 
Locard, et pluribus aliis. 

535- * Notification from Hugh, Comes Cestrie, to Richard, Bishop 
of Coventry, of his confirmation of Countess Matilda's grant of Rapenduna 
church to the church and Canons of Calch {p. under Repton). Witn. 
the Countess Matilda, his mother, Richard, his uncle, Ralph, bis chaplain, 
William and Herbert, his clerks, and Geoffrey and Constantine, Alured 
de Conbrai, William Patric, Gilbert fil. Pieot, Richard Luvetot, Roger de 
Livet, Bertram Cameraiius, Jordan Rasur. Circ. 1162. (Burdett.) 

536. Confirmation by Hugh, Earl of Chester, of all possessions 
and liberties of the church of St. Giles of Calc and the Canons there, 
in soul-alms for his father, mother, etc., as the charters of his father 

* The copies of this charter given in Bigsby's Dtscription of Repton, p. 58, and 
in The Topographer (1790), p. 251, are too imperfect to be introduced in full here. 
I hare been unable to get a sight of the original charter at Foremark. (Ed.) 



7° 



Calk. 



witness, viz., the wood between Sceggebroc and Aldreboc, and Little 
Geilberga, a culture between Alrebroc and Sudmude, the little mill of 
Rapendone, and four bovates of land in Tichehale. And of the gift of 
IsTicholas, sacerdos, 'two bovates in the same vill, and the chapel of 
Smithesbi. And of the gift of Geva Ridel, one " mansura terre " in 
Tamwurth. And of the gift of Earl Hugh's father one boat in the 
fishery of Chester, for fishing where they will, and a " mansura terre " 
for the use of their fisherman ; the land of Loftescot, as the road descends 
from Rapendone to the " f ons " called Neuhalhewelle, and as the same 
" f ons " descends to the boundaries of Meeltone, etc. And all the land 
of Eswin Esegar of Trengestona : with the land and services of Reginald 
fil. Alfwini de Rapendona, and Nicholas " armiger patris mei " ; with 
court " tam plenariam quam habeo meam in Rapendona," etc. Witn. 
Ralph de Meinilwarin, Alfred de Cumbrai, Alfred de Suleini, Richard de 
Luvetot, Roger de Livet, Gilbert fil. Pigot, Robert fil. Giliberti, William, 
clericus de Barva, Bertram, camerarius, Sewal, Alexander frater ejus, 
Ralph de Bricheshard, Robert Pincerna, William Barba Aprilis clericus. 
Dat. Apud Barvam. Circ. 1162. (Dugdale VI., Pt. I. 598.) 

537. Grant in soul-alms from Gregory de Diua to the church of 
St. Giles of Kale and the " religiosi viri " there of the " baptismalis 
ecclesia Sancte Anne de Sutthona super Soram " [Sutton Bonnington, 
Co. Notts.], the said men of Kale to find a canon priest or secular priest 
and a clerk to perform divine service there. Witn. Thomas capellanus 
filius Radulphi de Duninton, Walter diaconus, Roger clericus filius 
Rathnal de Derh', Stephen clericus de Rapendon, Stephen clericus, filius 
Osberti de Ticheam, Reginald clericus filius Willelmi sacerdotis de 
Thicheal, et Henry frater eius, William clericus de Stanton super 
Threntam. Late Hen. II. (Roper.) 

538. Confirmation by Leodegarius de Diue to the Canons of Kale 
of the advowson of the church of St. Anne of Sutton super Soram [Sutton 
Bormington], which his father Gregory de Diue gave them. Witn. 
William Testard, tunc archidiaconus, Robert de Torf, decanus, William 
Picot, Gervase de Clifton, Thomas Patric, William de Leke, John his 
son, William Maillard, Ralph and Thomas his brothers, John Roges, 
Robert fil. Suani. Circ. temp. John. (Roper.) 

539. Grant from William Patric to the church of St. Giles and 
Canons of Cale of a rent of six shillings yearly from his mill of Sutona 
super Soram [Sutton Bonnington]. Witn. Thomas Patric, the grantor's 
uncle, Robert frater eius \sc. Thome Patric], Gilbert clericus de Maupas 
Roger clericus, Lambert de Bousrohart ( ?), Fulk Mailart, Richard 
Gawarden, Robert Traine, Robert Patric, Robert de Hibemia, Henry 
fil. Gilberti. Early thirteenth century (?). (Roper.) 

540. Grant from Henry de Hertishorn, fil. Domine Agathe de 
Hertishom to the church of St. Giles of Calc and the Canons there of 
three acres of arable land in the territory of Hertishom, with all appur- 
tenances in the vill and without on Schuchawe towards the south. Witn. 
John de Stapenhull, Richard fil. Bertrami de Hertishom, Ralph de 
Tykeh, John Wychard de Breslya, William Balle of Rapendon. 
Undated. (Burdett.) 

541. Agreement between Simon [de Sutton], Prior, and the 
Convent of Repyngdon [Repton], and John de Schepeye, lord of 
bmythesby, and Agnes, his wife, as to an encroachment by the latter 
on the cemetery of the church of St. Mary Magdalen at Smythesby 



Calow. 7 1 

[Smisby]; as to a heriot seized by him on the death of Robert le 
Parlcer, tenant of the Priory; as to enclosure by him of "le Bondewode" 
in Calke and Smisby, wherein the Priory has common of pasture, and 
as to the road leading from the Priory to their cell at Calke. Witn. 
Giles de Meingill, Robert de Greseley, "chiualers," Robert Foucher, 
etc. Dat. at Repyngdon, W. b. F. of St. John Baptist [24 June], 
21 Edw. III. [1347]. Fr. (Stowe 137.) 

CALK, V. also under Repton. 

CALLOW V. under Mappleton. 
(Caldelowe.) 

CALOW, NEAR Chesterfield. 
(Calale, Calall, Calehale, Calhale, Kalalh, Kalhale.) 

542. Grant from Peter fil. Rog. de Kalhale to Ralph le Choyfer 
de Cesterfeld of land, etc., in Kalhale. Witn. Robert Brito de 
Waletona, Robert fil. Willelmi, Ralph Selvein, Richard and John 
capellani de Cesterfeld, Robert de Ednessowe, etc. Early thirteenth 
century. (Foljambe.) 

543. Quitclaim from John fil. Petri de Kalehal to John fil. Rob. 
de Calehal of a yearly rent of a halfpenny for a meadow lying near 
the water called Fulbrok [in Calow]. Witn. William le Brett de 
Briminton, John de Briminton, Henry fil. Hugonis de Kalehal, etc. 
Late Hen. IH. (Foljambe.) 

544. Grant, for i6.f., from Reyner fil. Roth de Cesterfeld to Thomas 
fil. Roberti Kedloc of the same, of lands lying on Buggecroft in 
Calehale; rent, 12^. Witn. Hugh de Pecco, Reginald fil. Galfridi, 
Peter Fox, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. vii. 27.) 

545. Release, for one mjirk, from Thomas fil. Roberti Kedloc de 
Cestrefeld to Peter Fox of the same, of three acres of land which he 
bought of Reyner fil. Roth de Cestrefeld, in the territory of Calhale, 
lying on Bucgecroft; doing service, viz., \2d. yearly to the Hospital 
of St. Leonard of Cestrefeld. Witn. Hugh de Peke, Roger de Blythe, 
Ranulph de Gaxthorp, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. vii. 28.) 

546. Release from Matilda, quondam vxor Thome fil. Roberti 
Kedloc of Cesterfeld to Robert de Lenne of Cestrefeld of three acres 
of land, which Thomas dictus Kedeloc bought of Reyner fil. Roth 
de Cestrefeld, in the territory of Calale lying in Bucgecroft. Witn. 
Henry de Cesterfeld, clerk, Alan de Lenne, Peter de Toptone, Hugh 
de Tuxforde, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. vii. 29.) 

547. Grant from Henry fil. Petri Fox of Cestrefeld to Robert le 
Len of the same of three acres of land in Calale; rent, \2d. Witn. 
Hugh de Linakir, Robert de Gildeford, Robert fil. Galfridi de 
Boythorp, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. vii. 26.) 

CALOW V. also under Chesterfield, Wadshelf. 

CALTON LEES v. under Darley. 



72 Calver. 

CALVER. 

(Calfour, Calfover, Caluour, Calvere, Calvore.) 

548. Agreement between Reginald de Meudry and Isolda, his 
wife, on the one part, and Robert de Calfover on the other, that the 
same Robert shall lease to the said Reginald and Isolda two 
acres of meadow in Calfover, that is to say, at Calvere Croft and four 
parcels of meadow in Holewesike, and all his demesne field under 
Bromleye, and four half-acres at Welleflate, and three islands " inter 
duo vada," for ten years, for yearly rent of 4^. Witn. John, Abbas 
de la Dale, Robert de Muschamp, Hugh de Stapilford, Luke de 
Byleye, Ralph, capellanus, de Coddenovere, Peter de Funtenaye, etc. 
Dat. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 23 Hen. III. [1239]. (Lansd. 584.) 

549. Grant from Godfrey de Roland to Thomas Gomfray, clerk, 
and Richard Gomfrey, clerk, of all his lands, etc., in Caluore and 
Midultoncliff, with housbote and heibote, meadows, pastures, etc., 
appertaining. Witn. Thomas de Wednesley, mil., John de Stafford, 
Thurstan del Boure, etc. Dat. Tu. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 
19 Ric. II. [1395]. (Wol. vii. 54.) 

550. Attorney from Henry son and heir of Thomas Eueryngham 
of Staynburgh, co. York, esquire, to Thomas Revell, to receive seisin 
of all the lands in Calvore and Bramelegh which his father had jointly 
with John, Earl of Shrewsbury, and John, his son and heir, of the 
feoffment of Robert Staforthe of Ayome [Eyam], etc. Dat. 21 Feb., 
15 Edw. IV. [1476]. (Lichf. S. so.) 

CALVER V. also under Eyam, Middleton, Monyash, 
N. Padley, Rowland. 

CAMPDEN V. under Bradley, Clifton. 

CARSINGTON v. under Ashbourne, Brassington. 

CASTLETON. 

(Castelton, Castilton, Le Castilton, Castylton.) 

551. Grant from Richard fil. Ric. fil. Rogeri de Castelton to 
Robert, his son, of his land at Castelton. Witn. Richard Daniel, 
Thomas Molendinarius, Richard de Sutton, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Bemrose.) 

552. Grant from William le Jay de villa castri de Pecco 
[Castleton] to Nicholas le Conuers of the same of half a burgage in 
Castilton. Witn. Thomas le Raggede, German Pygot, William Pygot, 
etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

553- Grant from Dionisia, quondam uxor Thome le Conuers, to 
John fil. Thome Foliaimibe de Tideswell, of a messuage, etc., in 
Castelton. Witn. John del Halle, Henry del HaJle, Robert le Taylor. 
Dat. Sat. b. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 11 Edw. II. [1318]. (Foljambe.) 

554. Grant from John, son and heir of Robert Balgy, jun., to 
William, his son, and Joan, dau. of John del Halle of Castilton, of 
all the messuages, etc., which were formerly Robert Balgy's in 
Le Castilton, with the lands which William Trayhot sometime held, 



Castleton. 73 

and the land which Cecily, widow of William, Pygot, holds as dower, 
and which, on her death, revert to the said John Balgy. Witn. William 
fil. Thorn. Hally, William fil. Will. Norreys, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of 
St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 10 Edw. III. [1336]. (Bemrose.) 

555. Grant from William fil. Ric. Larcher of Hoklouwe and 
Dionisia que fuit uxor Thome fil. Nicholai le Conuers to Thomas fil. 
Thom. le Conuers of a messuage in Castilton. Witn. Robert 
Foleiaumbe, tunc ballivus de Pecco, Ralph Despayne, John del Halle, 
etc. Dat. S. a. F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 12 Edw. III. [1338]. 
(Foljambe.) 

556. Grant from Thomas fil. Thom. le Conuers to John fil. Thom. 
Foleiaumbe of Tideswell of a messuage in Castilton. Witn. John del 
Halle, Adam Withloc, William Rotur, clericus. Dat. S. a. F. of 
St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 14 Edw. III. [1340]. (Foljambe.) 

557. Grant from Hugh de Strenley to John Talbot, Lord Talbot 
and Furnival, Roger Stedeman, and Richard Worteley, of lands and 
tenements in Castleton, Burgh, Alestre, Hope, and Assheoppe, co. 
Derby. Witn. Nicholas de Eyer, Oliver Halle, John Staveley, etc. 
Dat. Burgh, F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 2 Hen. VI. [1424]. (Harl. 
84 A. 49.) 

558. Lease from William Abnay of Hope to Richard Dutton of 
the same, of a messuage, land, etc., in " le Castelton clyff " in Castleton. 
Dat. Hope, M. a. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 10 Hen. VI. 
[1432]. (Foljambe.) 

559. Feoffment by Nicholas Eyre of Redseats, to Richard Gemon 
of Hasylbadge, Henry Columbell of Darley, Walter Holly, and Hugh 
Nedham, of all his lands in Redseats, Castylton, Bradwall, Herdik- 
wall, and Stemdale in High Peak, in trust for the said Nicholas, with 
remainder to his sons, Nicholas and Martin, etc. Witn. John 
Marchinton, Ralph Downes, etc. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Martin 
[11 Nov.], I Ric. III. [1483]. (Bemrose.) 

560. Grant from William Orme to Nicholas Eyere of a burgage in 
Castleton lying between the water-mill and the high road. Witn. 
Henry Hall, John Down, Richard Howe. Dat. F. of St. Barnabas 
[11 June], I Hen. VII. [i486]. (Bemrose.) 

561. Grant from Edmund Wodrofe, son of Oliver Wodrofe, to 
Nicholas Eyre, of a parcel of land called Le Redsettes, in Castelton, 
lying between the king's land called Kytlowegreves and Castelton field. 
Witn. Henry Hall, Robert Forneys, Thurstan Joll, etc. Dat. 13 Nov., 
II Hen. VII. [1495]. (Bemrose.) 

562. Grant from Thomas Balgye of Aston, sen., and Thomas, 
his son, to Martin Eyre, son of Nicholas Eyre, that he may take a 
yearly rent from their tenements in Castleton up to the value oi £,\2 
as a marriage portion for Agnes, dau. of the said Thomas Balgye, sen., 
wife of the said Martin. Dat. 22 Apr., 13 Hen. VII. [1498]- 
(Bemrose.) 

563. Grant from Henry Tym of Castleton to Oliver Tym, his son 
and heir, of a tenement and eight acres of land in Castleton. Witn. 
Nicholas Eyr of Reedseyts, Thomas Gardyner, Henry Hall, jun. Dat. 
Castleton, 10 Feb., 15 Hen. VII. [1500]. (Kerry xvi. 135.) 



74 Castleton. 

564. Grant from Ralph Trykett to Elias. Staley of a rood of land 
in Bred Car Hey and half an acre of land in Pedderflatt, in exchange 
for two roods in Le Hayes and part of a " hadlond " in Overmerstonys 
abutting on the water of Pekysars [in Castleton]. Witn. Thurston 
Townend, chaplain, Thomas Barbour, Roger Hethcott. Dat. Hope, 
II Jan., II Hen. VIII. [1520]. (Bemrose.) 

565. Grant from John Eyre, late of Redsettes, to Adam Barbur of 
Pyndall, John Marshall of Lytton, and Roger Wryght of Herdycwall, 
of all his lands in Castylton and elsewhere in co. Derby, in trust for 
the said John Eyre and his heirs, in tail male. Dat. 17 Nov., 
28 Hen. VIII. [1536]. (Bemrose.) 

566. Exemplification of plea brought by Elizeus Staley against 
William Nedham, son and heir of Otvel Nedham, respecting the title 
to lands, etc., in the possession of Robert Nedham in Castleton and 
other lands called Rydyngs, Foxhill, and Salford Yard, in the same 
place. Dat. 28 June, i Edw. VI. [1547]- (Bemrose.) 

567. Sale by Thomas Savage "of the Spyttell," in Castleton to 
Elize Staley of Reidseates, in the same, of several pieces of land, the 
bounds of which are given in much detail, in the parish of Castleton. 
Dat. 4 Mar., 2 Edw. VI. [1548]. (Bemrose.) 

568. Grant from Thomas Savage de le Spytell, in Castelton, to 
Elizeus Staley of Readseats, of a piece of meadow described as "oon 
outfall of medoe," with four acres and three roods of meadow in 
Castleton. Dat. 6 Mar., 2 Edw. VI. [1548]. (Bemrose.) 

569. Bond by Thomas Savage of Castilton [Castleton], gent., to 
William Bradshawe of Marple, co. Chest, gent., in ;£ioo, for the 
observance by Margaret, daughter of Roger Howe of Ashope, wife 
of Godfrey Bradshawe, son and heir of the said William, of an award. 
Dat. 20 Jan., 3 Edw. VI. [1550]. (Woll. xii. 65.) 

570. Acquittance by Thomas Savage of Castleton, gent., to 
William Bradsha and Godfrey Bradsha of Merpull [Marple, co. Chester], 
yeoman, for £^e^ 13s. 4d., to the use of Margaret How, dau. of Roger 
How of Asheop, in part payment of 40 marks. Dat. i May, 4 Edw. VI. 
[1550]- (Woll. xii. 49.) 

CASTLETON v. also under CHESTERFIELD, Eyam, Hope, 

High Peak. 

CATTON. 

(Catton-super-Trentam, Cattone.) 

571. Grant from Hugh de Sancta Cruce and Isabel, his wife, to 
Dom. Almaric de Sancto Amando, of a messuage and the virgate of 
land in Cattone, which Ivo Prepositus held of them in villeinage, and 
the said Ivo with his following, etc., with several annual rents there. 
Witn. Dom. Robert de la Warde, Dom. Richard Corsun, milites, William 
de Coursun, Robert de Staunton, William de Herteshom, William Elys, 
Robert le Rodman de Yoxhelle, Robert le Glovere, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Horton.) 

572. Grant from Thomas fil. Willelmi quondam de Cattone 
capellani to John Legamer de Cattone, of land in the Liberty of 



Catton. 75 

Cattone, severally abutting on Croxhale, Le Vendiles, Rowdicke, 
Sorrunhed, etc. Witn. William Geffrey, Robert le Glovere, John 
Helot, Richard Helot, Robert Elys. Temp. Edw. I. (Horton.) 

573. Grant from Thomas fil. Michaelis Geffrey de Cattone to 
Henry fil. Willelmi Geffrey de Cattone of a messuage, etc., in Cattone 
lying on Le Grene, with land lying in Catton fields on Tonghul, 
Caustede, etc. Witn. John le Glovere, Walter atte Grange, William 
Geffrey, John Helot. Dat. S. a. F. of St. John B. [24 June], 
2 Edw. II. [1309]. (Horton.) 

574. Grant from Agnes, relLcta Walteri Geffrey, to John Helot, 
her son, of a messuage and three acres of land in Catton. Witn. 
Thomas le Glovere, Henry de Grangia, Richard le Cursun, John 
Brekediche. Dat. Fr. a. F. of St. John B. [24 June], 7 Edw. II. 
[13 1 4]. (Horton.) 

575. Grant from John de SanctO' Amando, knt, Dominus de 
Cattone, to Henry fil. Will. Geffrey, of a messuage and virgate of land 
in Cattone. Witn. Richard Dispensarius, Dom. Geoffrey capellanus, 
John le Glover, Walter atte Grange, John Heylot, William Geffrey. 
Dat. Sat. b. F. of St. Margaret [13 July], 11 Edw. II. [13 17]. 
(Horton.) 

576. Grant from William fil. Joh. le Glover of Cattone to Robert 
de Scheylle of Elleford of eleven acres of land in the fee of Cattone, 
lying in Le Brokforlonge, Les Blakebuttes, Le Claybuttes, Le Walle- 
hulle, Milnewardesforlonge, Goteacre, Watergalle, Cokschutehul, FuUes- 
medowfurlonge, Le Holme, and Ruylonde. Witn. William le Corzon, 
John Oky, William Waleys of Walton, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of SS. Peter 
and Paul [29 June], i Edw. III. [1327]. (Horton.) 

577. Grant from John Helot, sen., of Cattone, to Thomas his son, 
of a messuage, land, and annual rent due from Thomas le Persun, in 
Cattone. Witn. John Oky, Richard le Cursun, John Helot, Henry 
Geffrey, etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Michael, 2 Edw. III. 1328. 
(Horton.) 

578. Grant from Ralph fil. Reginaldi Pyrot of Herlyngdon to 
Almaric de St. Amand, mil, of the manor of Herlyngdon [? co. 
Derby], in exchange for the manor of Catton. Witn. Domm. John de 
Handle, Nich. de la Beche, John de Morteyn, Peter de Lorynga, 
milites, Thomas de Stodle, etc. Dat.' Herlyngdon, Th. a. Nat. of 
St. John B. [24 June], 10 Edw. III. [1336]. (Cott. xxviii. 109.) 

579. Grant from Joan fil. Will. fil. Walteri Geffrey de Cattone 
to Thomas fil. Nicholai le Fysshere, William fil. Henrici Geffrey, and 
Robert fil. Nicholai le Fysshere, of a messuage and croft in Cattone. 
Witn. John Oky de Lyntone, Henry Geffray, William le Glovere, etc. 
Dat. T. b. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 23 Edw. III. [1349]- (Horton.) 

580. Grant from John Oky to John fil; Will, le Glovere of half 
an acre of land in the fee of Cattone • lying "in le Brodemedwe super 
le Hurstes," in exchange for half an acre in Oxmonnemedwe. Witn. 
John le Glovere, Thomas le Fyshere, William Geffrey. Dat. F. of 
Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 29 Edw. III. [1355]- (Horton.) 

581. Grant from Margery Baylly to Ralph de Herteshome, vicar 
of Croxhalle [Croxall], and John Pymme of Cattone, of all her posses- 
sions in Catton, except a cottage, etc., called Le Neweyerd. Witn. 



76 Cation. 

William de Cursun, dominus de Croxhale, Richard de Ruggeley, sen., 
William Geffrey de Catton, etc. Dat. S. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
1 Hen. IV. [1400]. (Horton.) 

582. Re-grant from Ralph de Herteshom, vicar of Croxall, to 
Henry Pymme to Margery Bailly, of the above-named lands, for term 
of her life, with remainder to Henry Prust and Matilda, his wife, 
and their heirs. Witn. William Cursone, dominus de Croxhalle, 
Wilham Gardiner de Waltone, John Prestessone, etc. Dat. S. a. F. 
of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Horton.) 

583. Attorney from Alianora que fuit uxor Almarici de Sancto 
Amando to John Cherteseye, Richard Parker, and John Yoxhale, to 
take seisin of her manors in cos. Berks, Oxon., Wilts., Glouc, and 
the manor of Catton-super-Trentam, co. Derby, which were lately 
conveyed to her and the said Almaric by Henry Ingepenne, William 
Tuderley, and Philip Shepiere by fine. Dat. 31 July, 3 Hen. IV. 
[1402]. (Horton.) 

584. 585. Grant and Quitclaim from John Prustessone and Matilda, 
his wife, to John Hugge and Matilda, his wife, of a piece of land 
in Cattone called Le Orchard. Witn. John Pymme, Henry Prust, 
Thomas Nikes. Dat. Th. and S. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [26, 30, Mar.], 
6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Horton.) 

586. Agreement between the above-named parties as to the rent 
to be paid for the place called Le Orchard, with a clause permitting 
the said John Hugge to use the water in a certain well (puteus) in 
the upper part of Le Orchard. Dat. M. aft. F. of Inv. of H. Cross 
[4 May], 6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Horton.) 

587. Quitclaim from Thomas Peyure, Geoffrey Ingepenne, Henry 
Dumforde, clerk, and Edmund Daunvers, to Alianora, widow of 
Almaric de Sancto Amando, mil., of the manor of Cattone. Witn. 
John Hyde, Thomas Abburbury, John Coterone, William Coventre, 
William Dancastre. Dat. apud Wydehay, 12 July, 6 Hen. IV. 
[1405]. (Horton.) 

588. Attorney from Alianora, widow of Almaric de Sancto 
Amando, mil., to William Stokes and Roger de la Bache, to give 
seisin to Roger Horton of the manor of Cattone-super-Trentam. Dat. 
Th. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Horton.) 

589. Attorney from John de Cumberford, Joan, his wife, Roger 
Belzetter, and Alice, his wife, to John Usgathorp, to give seisin to 
Robert Usgathorp of a messuage in Catton. Dat. Lichfield, Tr. of 
St. Thomas [7 July], 9 Hen. IV. [1408]. (Horton.) 

590. Attorney from Roger de Horton to Henry Prust and 
Thomas Nye to deliver seisin to William fil. Rog. Starky of Northwich, 
John fil. Rog. Starky, Geoffrey fil. Joh. de Masty, Thomas le Brette, 
etc., of a tenement in Catton. Dat. 7 Mar., 10 Hen. IV. [1409]. 
(Horton.) 

591. Grant from Ralph Herteshom, Vicar of Croxhale, to John 
Shepherde of Catton and Cecily, his wife, of a messuage and buildings 
in Cattone, with a garden, a croft called Shortcroft, and meadow-land 
in Upmore Medwe, which he lately acquired from William fil. Will. 
Fyssher. Witn. John Hopkinsone, Henry Preste, Thomas Nyke, John 
Hugge, etc. Dat. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 14 Hen. IV. [1412]. 
(Horton.) 



Cation. 77 

592. Grant from Ralph Herteshome, vicar of Croxhale, to Roger 
Horton, dominus de Cattone, of a virgate of land, a croft called 
Longhayrowe, and an acre of meadow in Cattone, which he lately 
acquired from William fil. Will. Fysher. Witn. John Hopkynsone, 
Henry Preste, Thomas Nyke, John Whytynge, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Michael [29 Sept.], i Hen. V. [1413]. (Horton.) 

593- Grant from William Fyssher to Richard Hugge of a 
messuage, land, and rent in Catton, the land lying on Siluresmedowe, 
Brokefurlong, Cockeshetehulle, Gotacre, Femysende, Ruyland, and 
Brodemedowe. Witn. William Yrpe, John Preste, Richard Nycke, etc. 
Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 22 Hen. VI. [1444]. (Horton.) 

594. Grant from Margaret, relicta Henrici Ampe, to William 
Ampe, her son, of all the lands which fell to her in Cattone on the 
death of Agnes Geffrey, her mother, with remainder, on failure of 
male heir to the said William, to John Pant of Yoxhall, and on 
failure of heir to him, to Henry Vernon, esq., son of William Vemone 
of Harlastone, knt. Witn. William Vernon, knt., Thomas Stanley, 
esq., John Fraunceys of Alrewas, etc. Dat. 16 March, 35 Hen. VI. 
[1457]. (Horton.) 

595. Grant from John Hugge to Richard Hugge, his son, and 
Margaret, his wife, of a piece of land called Orcharde, in Cattone, 
near the high road. Witn. John Smyth, Roger Lee, Henry Whythynge. 
Dat. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], i Edw. IV. [1462]. (Horton.) 

596. Bill of delivery from William and Edmund Sterky of 

Stretton-on-Dunsmore to William Brenstone, Abbot of Burton-on-Trent. 
of a little coffer containing five " evidences " concerning the manor 
of Catton, to preserve till such time as the said William and Edmund, 
or their heirs, shall require them to prove their title to the said manor. 
Dat. 2 July, 8 Edw. IV. [1468]. (Horton.) 

597. Grant from Henry Irpe to Roger Horton of a messuage 
with croft, a croft called Baconscroft, and land in Sheldemedowe, in 
Cattone, as security for the payment by the said Henry to the said 
Roger on two stated days in the chapel of St. Nicholas de Cattone 
of a sum of money to the use of the wardens of the chapel of St. John 
Bapt., of Marchyngton. Witn. Willam Smythe, John Hugge, Richard 
Smyth. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Dunstan [21 Oct.], 4 Hen. VII. [1488]. 
(Horton.) 

598. Grant from Henry Irpe to John Cursone de Croxsalle, esq., 
of a messuage with croft in Cattone which Henry Koucure formerly 
held, with other land there and a croft lying between Ruylonde and 
Vymoremedowe. Witn. Thomas Gresley, knt., John Stretehay, 
Edmund Alcok, vicar of Croxsalle, etc. Dat. F. of St. Vincent 
[22 Jan.], 5 Hen. VII. [1490]. (Horton.) 

599. Covenant between Margaret, Countess of Richmond, mother 
of Henry VII., and Roger Horton of Catton, esq., whereby the latter 
agrees that his son shall be married to such " gentilwoman as her 
grace or her assignes shall thynke convenient," and that he shall deliver 
him to the said Princess, " and to cause hym by the advice of the 
said princes to be founde at Scole or in Courte to leme the kynges 
laws or th' other wyse as the seyd princes shall avice from tyme to 
tyme," in return for which the Princess agrees to support the said 
Roger's title to recover any manors, lands, etc., in the realm of England, 
either by "peticion, accion, sewte, entre, or otherwyes." Dat. 18 Oct., 
18 Hen. VII. [1502]. (Horton.) 



78 C ait on. 

600. Grant from Richaxd Prest of Catton to John Corsone of 
Croxsall, esq., of all messuages, lands, etc., in Catton, which fell to 
him on the death of his father, Thomas Prest. Witn. John Stretehay, 
William Cursone, sen., Edmund Alcok, vicar of Crojfsalle, Thomas 
Stretehay, etc. Dat. 11 Apr., 24 Hen. VII. [1509]. (Horton.) 

601. Grant from Thomas Curson, son and heir of John Curson 
of Croxall, esquire, in performance of the last will and testament of 
the said John Curson, to John Horton, son and heir-apparent of 
Roger Horton of Catton and Anne, wife of the said John and sister 
of the said Thomas, of all messuages, lands, etc., in Cattone, which 
the said Thomas holds or which were held by his father; with 
attorney to John Urpe and Thomas Smyth to give seisin. Dat. 
20 Sept., 8 Hen. VIII. [1516]. (Horton.) 

603. Deed of sale from William Large of Newebold Verdune, 
CO. Leic, to Thomas Sprott of Asshmerbroke of a messuage and land 
in Cattone, which fell to him on the death of Thomas Large, his 
father; with attorney to Robert Hylle and William Aston to give 
seisin. Witn. John Myners, Thomas Campdene, John Broke. Dat. 
apud Measham, 4 Sept., 21 Hen. VIII. [1529]. (Horton.) 

CATTON V. also under Walton-on-Trent. 

CAULDWELL. 

(Caldwall, Caldewall, Caldewell.) 

603. MEMORANDtJM of claim by Thomas de Gresley, knt., from 
the cottar tenants of the Lord Abbot of Burton-on-Trent, from each 
tenant one day's work with the sickle. Temp. Ric. II. (Gresley.) 

604. Lease, for life, from Thomas de Greseley, mil., Dominus de 
Drakelowe, to Thomas Netbreyder, " Botyler de Drakelowe," of a rent 
of 135. 4^. from a messuage and other lands adjacent in Caldwell, 
late belonging to Robert Glover, and from two acres in Walton lying 
in Brodholm. Witn. John Abell, Roger de Gresley, Walter Marreys. 
Dat. Drakelow, M. b. F. of St. Margaret [20 July], i Hen. IV. [1400]. 
(Gresley.) 

CAULDWELL v. also under Drakelow, Rosliston, 
Walton. 

CHADDESDEN. 

(Chaddesdon, Chadisden.) 

605. Grant from John de Loyac de Chadisden to Thomas fil. 
Galfridi de Chadisden of two selions of land in Chadisden lying on 
Le Wolputhul, abutting on le Tvenlesiche. Witn. Dom. William le 
Herbeiour de Chadisden;, Nicholas de Derlegia, Nicholas le Wine, etc. 
Late thirteenth century. (Wilmot.) 

606. Application of the inhabitants of Chaddesden for episcopal 
licence for a cemetery to their chapel; with depositions of witnesses 
attached. Dat. 1347. (Lichfield AA. 9.) 

607. Grant from Henry le Baylif of Spondon, chaplain, to Dom. 
William le Herbyiour, knt., and Isabella, his wife, of a toft and croft 



Chaddesden, 79 

in Chaddesden. Witn. William Gilbert of Chaddesden, William Ysmay, 
William ad cnicem, etc. Dat. F. of St. Andrew Uo Nov.l 17 Edw. III. 
[1343]- (Wilmot.) 

608. Quitclaim from William fil. Willelmi le Clerc de Chaddesden 
to Henry de Chaddesden of a messuage and toft in Chaddesden. Dat. 
Sat. a. Easter [22 Apr.], 20 Edw. III. [1346]. (Wilmot.) 

609. Deed of Henry Bayly, Warden of the Chantry in the chapel 
of the B. V. Mary of Chaddesden, and Wilham Ketelby and Edmund 
Koc, chaplains of the same, with the consent of Robert, Bishop of 
Coventry and Lichfield, of Nicholas de Chaddesden, clerk, and Dom. 
Geoffrey de Chaddesden, rector of Long Whatton, executors of the 
will of Henry de Chaddesden, late Archdeacon of Leicester, who 
founded the said chantry for three chaplains, and appointed a house 
for the same and for the warden, and allotted lands in Cos. Derby and 
Leicester for their support, whereby they agree to appoint a fourth 
chaplain in the person of Dom. John Claypole to live with them in 
the same dwelling-house, etc. Late Edw. III. (Wilmot.) 

610. Confirmation by Ralph de la Pole, serjeant-at-law, and John 
Curson, esquire, to Margaret, widow of Walter Twyford, esquire, of 
the lands in Chaddesden which the said Margaret holds for life with 
remainder to the said Ralph and John. Dat. Mor. of St. James 
[26 July], 22 Hen. VI. [1444]. (Kerry xix. 327.) 

611. Grant from Edmund Angers of Chaddesden and Anne, his 
wife, to Thomas Strete, warden, and Henry Boonde, chaplain, of 
Chaddesden Chantry, of an acre and a half of land in Warfen, within 
the territory of Chaddesden. Witn. Robert TykhuU, Thomas Otyng- 
ham, John Shepard, " sythesmyth," etc. Dat. 20 Sept., 37 Hen. VI. 
[1458]. (Wilmot.) 

612. Quitclaim from Nicholas Angerz, son and heir of Edmund 
Angerz, to Thomas Strete, warden of the Chantry of Chaddesden, and 
Henry Bonde, chaplain of the same, of an acre and rood of land in 
Warfen, in Chaddesden. Dat. 24 Sept., 37 Hen. VI. [1458]. (Wilmot.) 

613. Lease from Thomas Ratclyff, knt., master of Burton St. Lazars 
and the Brethren there to Sir Henry Sacheverele, knt., of the tithes 
and parsonage, with the tithe barn and the glebe land of Chaddysden 
and a messuage there in the tenure of Nicholas Tonyclyff; to hold 
for term of 20 years at a yearly rent of sixteen pounds : the lessee to 
keep the parsonage in good repair as well as the " waterwark of the 
medow," and if either the said Sir Henry, Dame Isabel, his wife, or 
William, his son, die within the said term, the longest liver on leaving 
the premises shall give to the said House of Burton 6^. id. " in the 
name of an obbett [obit] to be prayed for." Dat. 4 Apr., 19 Hen. VIII. 
[1528]. Seal of the House of Burton, chipped. (Mundy.) 

614. Lease from Thomas Lyghe, Doctor of Law, master "of Burton 
Saynt Lazar Jerusalem in England," and the Brethren there, to Leonard 
Bardesey, gent., of the parsonage and tithes of Chaddesden, co. Derby, 
and all the glebe lands, etc., thereto belonging, and also all houses, 
buildings, etc., to the said parsonage or to the House of Burton " in the 
ryght off the house off Burton or churche off Spondon within the 
townshype and hamlet or feldes of Chaddesden," now in the holding 



8o Chaddesden. 

of William Saycheuerell, gent. : to hold for term of 40 years to begin 
at the end of the latter's term, at a yearly rent of sixteen pounds. Dat. 
8 Nov., 32 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Mundy.) 

CHADDESDEN v. also under SpoNDON. 

CHAPEL-EN-LE-FRITH. 

(Capella-del-Frith, Capella-de-ly-Frythe, Chapel-en- 

le-Fryth, Chapell-en-le-Frith, Le Chappelle- 

in-le-Frithe.) 

615. Parochial visitation schedule of courts held at Chapel-en- 
le-Frith, Ashford, Sheldon, and Baslow. 1292. (Lichfield C.C. 3.) 

616. Grant from Richard fil. Johannis de Bradeschawe to his 
father and mother, John de Bradeschawe and Mary, his wife, of five 
acres and three and a half roods of land in Boudon [Bowden], lying 
in Thornyleye, Le Whytehalufeld, one half-acre being called Percsacre, 
nr. Holumedue. Witn. William fil. Johannis, Robert fil. Ricardi del 
Clough, John Luckeson, John del Holerinchawe, etc. Dat. apud 
capellam del Frith, Th. a. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 6 Edw. III. 
[1332]- (Bowles.) 

617. Grant from William de Mosse of Combs to Richard, his 
son, of two acres of land in Boudon [Bowdon] called the Lege Acres, 
near Hayleyebroke, and one half-acre in the Rydynges above the 
Hayleye; with remainder to his sons John and Henry in succession. 
Witn. Robert Foleiambe, Bailiff of the Peak, William de Baggeshaugh, 
John de OUerenshaugh, etc. Dat. Chapel-en-le-Frith, Th. a. F. of 
St. Lawrence [2 Feb.], 13 Edw. III. [1339]. (Rel. xvii. 164.) 

618. Lease, for four years, from Henry Wythewolf and Alice, his 
wife, to John de Beere and Agnes, his wife, of a rent of 7*. from a 
tenement in Forde. Witn. John de Bromore, John Pyk, John le 
Englissh, etc. Dat. apud Forde, F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 17 Edw. III. 
[1343]. (Woll. iii. 7.) 

619. Grant from William Broun of Bagschag to William le Boler 
de Blacwell and Elena, his wife, of a moiety of his land, etc., in the 
field of Bagschag in villa de Boudon. Witn. Nicholas fil. Hug. de 
Bagschag, Robert Mold, Hugh del Kulk, etc. Dat. apud capellam 
dal Fryt [Chapel-en-le-Frith], Th. a. F. of St. Edmund, Bp. [16 Nov.], 
19 Edw. III. [1345], "in presencia Hugonis de Stredley tunc ballivi 
de alto Pecco et Thome de Bradschag sub-ballivi." (Foljambe.) 

620. Commission from the Chapter of Lichfield to their official, 
Dom. Peter Scarleston, Canon of Lichfield, to aid in repelling the 
intrusion of Thomas del Clough, a nominee of the Queen, into the 
chaplaincy of Chapel-en-le-Frith, annexed to the Church of Hope. 
Dat. iiii Kal. Jul. [28 June], 1350. (Lichfield T. 3.) 

621. Grant in tail from Nicholas le Boler to William, his son, 
of a messuage and 8| acres of land in Bagshawe, with remainder 
successively in tail to Thomas, John, Nicholas, and Roger, brothers, 
and CeciHa, sister of the said William. Witn. Walter Hally, Hugh 
Hally, William de Bagshawe, etc. Dat. Chapel-le-Fiith, Fr. a. F. of 
St. Katherine [25 Nov.], 11 Ric. II. [1387]. (Foljambe.) 



Chapel-en-le-Frith. 8 1 

622. Lease, for 10 years, from John fil. Joh. de Bradshawe, sen., 
to William fil. Joh. de Bradshawe, jun., of seven acres of land in 
Turnecroft. Dat. Chapel-en-le-Frith, M. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 
21 Ric. II. [1397]. (Bowles.) 

623. Grant from John, de Bradshawe to Roger Leche, knt., John 
Stafford, esquire, and John Alot, chaplain, of all the lands in Baudon 
[Bowden] which he inherited from Cecily Foliambe. Witn. William 
de Bagshawe, Hugh Halle, Walter de Kirke, etc. Dat. Baudon, 
6 May, 9 Hen. IV. [1408]. (Bowles.) 

624. Lease, for 10 years, from John Bradshaw of Bradshawe to 
William Bagshaw of Chapel del Fryth of a paxcel of land called 
Bradmersh. Dat. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 8 Hen. VI. [1429]. 
(Bowles.) 

625. Deed of entail whereby William Brome and Geoffrey 
Bagshawe, chaplains, convey two messuages and forty acres of land 
at Bradshaw and Tiurncroft [in Bowden] to John de Bradshawe, for 
life, and on his death to William, his eldest son, and his other sons, 
John, Robert, and Henry, in succession. Witn. Nicholas Brown, William 
Bagshaw, Walter de Kyrke, etc. Dat. Bradshawe, F. of St. Mark 
[25 Apr.], 8 Hen. VI. [1430]. (Bowles.) 

626. Similar deed for one messuage and 43 acres of land at 
Lightbyrches. Same witnesses and date. (Bowles.) 

627. Counterpart of lease from the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield to Thomas Armytage, chaplain of Chapel-en-ly-Fryth, of the 
tithes and altar dues of Chapel-en-le-Fryth and Femilee, at a rental 
of £fi, to be paid to the Chapter's attorney at the church of Tideswell. 
Dat. Dec, 1434. (Lichfield D. 10.) 

628. Lease, for 18 years, from William Bradshaw of Bradshaw to 
Roger le Couper, tailor, of the land called Bradmershe in Bowdon. 
Witn. John Shalcros, Walter de Marchynton, James de Legh. Dat. 
Th. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 23 Hen. VI. [1444]. (Bowles.) 

629. Grant from William Boler of Bagschawe to Sir Randulph 
Barlawe, chaplain, Thomas Greensmyth of Bagschawe, and William 
Robinson, of all his lands, etc., in Bagschawe, within the township of 
Baudon. Witn. Nicholas Broune, William Baudon, Nicholas Staley, 
etc. Dat. Chapel le Frith, F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 29 Hen. VI. 
[1450]. (Foljambe.) 

630. Lease, for 20 years, from William Bradshawe of Bradshawe 
to Roger Couper, tailor, of land called Bradmersshe; with warranty 
against the chief lord and Jocesa [Joyce], his mother. Witn. Henry 
Bailye, Rand[ulph] Oliver, Nicholas Dixson, chaplain. Dat. Vigil of 
the Annunciation [24 March], 35 Hen. VI. [i457]- (Bowles.) 

631. Lease, for eight years, from William Bradshawe of Bradshaw 
to Roger Couper, of land called Holghmede, in Bowdon. Witn. Henry 
Baylye, Thomas Olyver, Dom. Nicholas Dicson, chaplain. Dat. F. of 
St. Cedde, Bp. and Conf. [7 Jan.], 36 Hen. VI. [1458]- (Bowles.) 

632. Lease, for 19 years, from Joesa [Joyce] Bradshaw, widow, 
and William Bradshawe, her son, to WilHam Redfem and Emmot, 
his wife, of the land called Turnecroft. Witn. Walter Marchinton, 
Dom. Nicholas Dicson, etc. Dat. 4 Oct., 37 Hen. VI. [1458]. 
(Bowles.) 

6 



82 Chapel-en-le- Frith. 

^iZ- Grant from Nicholas Bowdon to Henry Vernon, esquire, 
William Waynwright, vicar of Glossop, and Nicholas Dikson, parish 
chaplain of Chapel-in-le-Frith, of all his lands, tenements, and goods, in 
Bowdon and in the county of Derby. Dat. 8 Apr., 17 Edw. IV. 
[1477]. (P. R. O. c. 3661.) 

634. Lease and counterpart, for 21 years, from William Bradshaw 
to " Hare " Bradshaw, his son, of the place called " ye Bradesha," with 
all his land and meadow there, except the " Greyve Croft," the said 
" Hare " to keep his mother according to her degree, etc. Dat. T. a. 
the Assumption [15 Aug], 18 Edw. IV. [1478]. (IBowles.) 

635. Certificate by Nicholas Dikson, parson of Claxbe [Claxby, 
CO. Line], Henry Bagshaw of the Ridge, gent., etc., of a declaration 
made by William Bradshaw of the Bradshaw, yeoman, upon his death- 
bed, namely, that the Hoole meadow was never of the Lyghtbirches 
land, nor ever given to John Bradshaw, his brother. Dat. 2 Aug., 
1483. (Woll. xii. 48, 74.) 

636. Power of attorney by Thomas Berdvile and Ralph Sherard 
to Oliver Kyrke and Henry Bradshawe to deliver seisin to Edward 
Bakshawe of lands in Alstonelegh, in le Combs, and in le Gyves, 
alias Hordron-in-Bowdon. Witn. William Bradshawe, Edward Cross- 
leghe, Edward Aleyne, etc. Dat. at Chapel-in-le-Frith, S. a. F. of 
St. Edmund, K. and M., 2 Ric. III. [1484]. (Woll. iii. 23.) 

637. Grant, in tail, by Richard Blakewall to Thomas, son of 
Henry Bagshawe, and Cecilia, his wife, of a close in Bowdon, in the 
parish of Chapell-en-le-Frith. Witn. William Clayton, Robert Bagshawe, 
Thurston Aleyn, etc. Dat. 24 Nov., 11 Hen. VII [1495]. (Woll. 
iii. 10.) 

638. Statement by Robert Worth, "Baile " of Crich, gent., Thomas 
Awby of King's Brom'ey, co. Staff., Hugh Bradshaw of Morebarn, 
CO. Leic, and John Bradshaw, jun., of Lichfield, testifying that John 
Bradshaw, sen., of Lichfield, on his death-bed, had denied that he 
had sold to Raynold Legh of Blackbroke, co. Derby, any other land 
than the messuage called Lightbyrch in Bowden, and that he declares 
that Hoole meadow was not part of the Lightbirch land. Dat. 
6 March, 13 Hen. VII. [1498]. (Bowles.) 

639. Petition of Henry Bradshawe of Bawdon, yeoman, to the 
King [Henry VII.], for a warrant against Raynald Leghe of Blake- 
broke, to answer for a trespass upon a meadow of the said Henry 
in Bawdon, called Holmedowe, on the 28th Aug., a°- 14 [1498]. 
(Woll. xii. 42.) 

640. Order to the sheriff of co. Derby to summon a jury to Xvj 
before John Vavesour and John Feyssher [Justices of the Common 
Pleas] the right of Henry Bredsha to certain lands in Bowden which 
Reginald Legh de Blakbroke claims to have belonged to his family 
since the time of Hen. III. Dat. Westm., i May, 14 Hen. VII. [1499]. 
(Woll. xii. 66.) 

641. General release by John Bachcroft, "grammatice doctor" to 
Henry Bagshaw of Le Rydge, gent. Dat. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 
IS Hen. VII. [1499]. (Woll. iii. 22.) 



Chapel-en-le- Frith. 83 

642. Bond by Reginald Legh of Blakebrok, esq^ to Henry 
Bradshawe in £;2o, to observe a decision of Sir Rauf Longford, knt., 
etc., respecting the title to lands in Bowdene. Dat. 2 March, 
15 Hen. VII. [1500]. (Woll. xii. 53.) 

643. Certificate to the King by Sir Rauf Longford, knt., and 
Thomas Meyverell, of a decision given by them at Ashebume, in a 
claim made by Reynolde Lee, to part of a meadowe called Holmedowe, 
in the Chapel in the Fryth, in the possession of Herry Bradshawe. 
[1500]. (Woll. xii. 75.) 

644. Counterpart of lease of tithes in Chapel-en-le-Fryth and 
Fairfield from Mag. Ralph Colyngwood, S.T.D., Dean, and the Chapter 
of Lichfield, to Thomas Bagshawe of Ford, for five years, at a rental 
of ;£5 13s- Dat. 31 Oct., 1516. (Lichfield D. 15.) 

645. Power of attorney by Godfrey Foliambe of Walton, esq., 
Roger Foliambe of Lynnacre Halle, esq., and George Savage, clerk to 
Nicholas Bagschawe of Le Chappelle-in-le-Frithe, Robert Gee of 
Lizdeygate, and Walter Marchington, of the same, yeomen, to receive 
seisin of lands which they held of Henry Bradschawe of Bradschawe 
in Bawden. Dat. 17 Apr., 10 Henry VIII. [1519]. (Woll. xii. 69.) 

646. Will of Henry Bradsha of Bradshaw, bequeathing "to Sant 
Mare howse of Coventre iiii^. Item to Sant Chaddes howse of 
Lychf[ield] \-md., etc., his "fermes" of " Tonstyd Mylne," " Eyvys," 
" Tumecroft," " Bradmarchys," to members of his family. Witn. 
Sf. Wylliam Bagshaw, Vykar of Hope, S"^- Steuen Bagsha, Curatt of 
y« Chapell in y= Fryth, Sr. John Bredbery, " owre Lady prest," etc. 
Dat. 2 Mar., 1521. Proved at Youlgrave, 29 Apr., 1523. (Bowles.) 

647. Counterpart of lease from James Denton, LL.D., Dean, 
and the Chapter of Lichfield, of the fee-farm of Chapel-en-le-Fryth to 
Nicholas Browne de ly Marsche and Edward Dean, chaplain. Dat. 
18 July, 1523. (Lichfield D. 19.) 

648. Lease, for lives, from Richard Bradshaw to his uncle, Henry 
Bradshaw, and Elizabeth, his wife, of lands called Tumcrofts, in 
reversion on the death of Elizabeth Bradshaw, grandmother of the 
said Richard. Dat. i Dec, 29 Hen. VIII. [1537]. (Bowles.) 

649. Lease and counterpart from the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield to Thomas Armitage, capellanus capelle in ly Frythe, of 
the tithes of Capella de ly Frythe and Femyle, for five years; with 
bond of the lessee to perform covenants. Dat. 26 July, 1538. 
(Lichfield D. 23, 24.) 

650. Re-arrangement of the terms of a lease originally granted 
in 25 Hen. VIII. for 31 years by Richard Bradsha of Bradsha to his 
uncle, William Bradsha of Marpul of the place called "Bradsha," 
then in the tenure of Henry Bradshaw, his uncle, and Elizabeth 
Bradshaw. Witn. Ottewell Bridburi of Bauckehed, Nicholas Bridbury, 
etc. Dat. 20 Apr., 33 Hen. VIII. [1542]- (Bowles.) 

651. Mortgage from Richard Bradshaw of Bradshaw to William 
Bradshaw of Marpull of the lands of the Bradshaw. Witn. William 
Davenport of Goytes Hall, Alexander Elcock, William Chirten, school- 
master, Richard Holmes, etc. Dat. 3 Dec, 34 Hen. VIII. [1542]- 
(Bowles.) 



84 Chapel-en-le- Frith. 

652. Grant from Richard Bradsha of Bradsha, yeoman, to William 
Bradsha of Maipull of lands in Bradsha and Tumecrofte, in Bawdon. 
Witn. William Davenport of Goittes Hall, gent., etc. Dat. 5 Dec, 
34 Hen. VIII. [1542]. (Woll. xii. 57.) 

653. Final concord whereby Richard Bradsha conveys to William 
Bradshaw two messuages and various lands in Bowden. Dat. Easter 
Term, 35 Hen. VIII. [1543]. (Bowles.) 

654. Covenant to assure an annuity to Katharine, wife of Richard 
Bradshaw of Bowden, in lieu of the lands [in Bowden] which were 
settled on her, but have now been disposed of by the said Richard 
to William Bradshaw of Marple. Dat. 5 July, 35 Hen. VIII. [1543]. 
(Bowles.) 

655. Covenant whereby Richard Bradsha of Bawdene, gent., 
acquits William Bradshae of Marpoole, gent., of a payment of 405., 
out of a sum of ;^i6 13s. 4d., on condition that he acquits the said 
Richard of a similar sum towards Thomas Savage and Elis Staleys, 
payable to them, for use of Katerine, his wife. Witn. George 
Witmisleye, Bachelor of Laws, Chancellor to John [Bird], Bishop of 
Chester, John Chatham, Notary Public. Dat. 5 July, 35 Hen. VIII. 
[1543]. (Woll. xii. 58.) 

656. Sale, for 200 marks, by Richard Brasha of Marpull, yeoman, 
kinsman and next heir to Henry Bradsha of Bradsha, yeoman, to 
William Bradsha of Marpull, yeoman, of lands in Bradsha in Bawden. 
Dat. 25 Aug., 35 Hen. VIII. [1543]. (Woll. xii. 67.) 

657. Grant from William Bradsha of Marpull to Anthony Shalcrus 
of Shalcrus, gent., and Thomas Savage of Castylton, of lands in 
Bradsha. Witn. William Davenport of Bromhall, esq., William 
Davenport of Chadkyrke, Leonard Shalcrus of Shalcrus, etc. Dat. 
15 Sept., 35 Hen. VIII. [1543]. (Woll. xii. 80.) 

658. Lease, for 20 years, from William Bradshaw of Marple to 
John Gee of Hole Meadow [in Bradshaw]. Dat. 5 Feb., 35 Hen. VIII. 
[1544]. (Bowles.) 

659. Sale, for 200 marks and ^£3, by Richard Bradshaw of 
Marpul, yeoman, kinsman and next heir to Henry Bradshaw of 
Bradshaw, yeoman, to William Bradshaw of Marpul, yeoman, of lands 
in Bradshaw in Bowden. Witn. William Davenport of Goytez Hall, 
gent, etc. Dat. 26 June, i Edw. VI. [1547]. (Woll. xii. 70.) 

CHATSWORTH. 

(Chatesworth, Chattesworthe.) 

660. Grant from William Furneux, capellanus de Beghton, to Sir 
Godfrey Foliaumbe, knt., of lands in Chatesworth, Belegh, Wilynton, 
and Cheilmardon. Witn. Thomas de Wombwell, Ralph le Leche, 
Ralph Fremon, etc. Dat. Belegh, M. a. F. of Nat. of B. V. M. 
[8 Sept.], 45 Edw. III. [137 1]. (Foljambe.) 

661. Grant from John de Sandale to Thomas, son of Gylbart de 
Toturhurst, of land in Chattesworthe. Witn. Roger Leche, William 
Leche, Wilham Selven, etc. Dat. Chattesworthe, W. b. F. of SS. Peter 
and Paul [29 June], 21 Ric. II. [1397]. (Woll. ii. 56.) 

CHATSWORTH v. also under Beeley. 



Chelmorton. 85 

CHELARDISTON. 

(Chelardeston.) 

662. Grant from Nicholas fil. Hugonis de Strethleg to William 
Clarel of a toft with half a bovate of land in Chelardeston in exchange 
for a toft which was Will, de Weregrave's and three acres of land. 
Witn. Dom. Geoffrey de Bek, Geoffrey Maureward, Robert de Staunton, 
knts., etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

663. Grant from William Clarell to Robert de Aldewerke and 
Joan dau. of the grantor, for life, of his land, etc., in Chelardeston, 
with remainder to their heirs male. Witn. Thomas de Chedworth, 
William le Bretton of Trhiberg, Adam de Wodehus, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

664. Grant from Peter Constapularius de Chelardiston to William 
Clarell of an acre of land in the fields of Chelardeston. Witn. Nicholas 
fil. Silvestri, Hugh de Melebum, Walter Bonde. Early 14th cent. 
(Foljambe.) 

CHELMORTON. 

(Cheilmarden, Cheilmardon, Chelmardon, Chelmerdon, 
Chelmordon, Cheylmarden, Scheilmarton.) 

665. Indenture from twelve principal residents of Chelmorton, 
wherein, on receipt of a grant of a Chantry Chaplain and burial rights 
for their chapel, they stipulate to present and maintain the Chaplain, 
to fence in the cemetery, and to pay a pension of 4^'. to the Dean 
and Chapter as Rectors. Dat. 1273. (Lichfield KK. i.) 

666. Grant from Ralph fil. Radulphi Coterel de Tadinton to 
William fil. Johannis de Cungisden of an acre of land in Flagge. Witn. 
Nich. de Cungisden, Hen. de Nedham, John de Bulstones, etc. Dat. 
T. a. Palm Sunday [2 Apr.], 12 Edw. I. [1284]. (Harl. 83 E. 17.) 

667. Grant from John fil. Nich. le Gynour to William fil. Joh. 
de Congesdon, of lands in Scheilmarton, Tadenton, etc. Witn. Henr. 
de Congesdon, etc. Dat. Scheilmardon, Sat. b. the Feast of 
St. Thomas [21 Dec], 11 Edw. II. [13 17]. (Hari. 83 F. 7.) 

668. Grant from Henry fil. Ricardi fil. Matilde de Chelmarden 
to Nicholas de Conegerdon and John, his brother, of land in the fields 
of Flagge and the fee of Cheilmardon, lying at le Dedknaueforlonge, 
le Thisteli, Crowsethuse, etc. Witn. Hen. de Conegerdon, Hen. de 
Eyam, Hen. fil. Simonis, etc. Dat. i Edw. III. [1327]. (Harl. 83 

E. lo.) 

669. Release from John le Gynour of Chelmordon to Henry 
son of John de Cungesdon, of land in Chelmordon. Witn. Hen. de 
Eyum, Jordan Gamul, John de Benteley, etc. Dat. Chelmardon, 
Sat. b. F. of St. Michael "in monte " [16 Oct.], 1329. (Harl. 83 

F. 8.) 

670. Grant from Henry fil. Henrici de Eyum to Nicholas fil. 
Radulphi de Conegusdon and John fil. Henrici de Monihasse, of lands, 
etc., in Flagge and Cheilmarden, at a rent of i,\d. Dat. St. Martin's 
Day, 19 Edw. III. [i345]. (Hari. 83 E. 31.) 



86 Chelmorton. 

671. Deed of sale from Henry son of Adam Kay of Prestclif to 
Nicholas de Conegesdon and John, his brother, of land, etc. [? in 
Flagge]. Dat. Flagge, Fr. b. F. of St. Vincent [22 Jan.], 1346. 
(Harl. 83 F. 38.) 

672. Grant from Henry fil. Ade Kay of Prestcliff to Nicholas de 
Congesdon and John, his brother, of land in Flagge. Witn. Hen. de 
Congesdon, Tho. de Bocstones, Henr. de Eyum, etc. Dat. Cheil- 
mardon, S. a. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 20 Edw. III. [1346]. 
(Harl. 83 F. 39.) 

673. Quitclaim from Henry fil. Nicolai de Conegusdon to 
Henricus Cay de Tideswelle, concerning land in Chelmardon. Witn. 
John de Benteley, Ric. de Pigton, Henr. de Conegusdon, etc. Dat. 
Th. a. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 20 Edw. IH. [1346]. (Harl. 83 

E. 16.) 

674. Grant from Henry fil. Ade Kay de Prestclif to Nicholas de 
Conegusden and John, his brother, of an acre of land in the field of 
Flagg and the fee of Cheilmardon. Witn. Henry de Conegusdon, 
Thomas de Bocston, Henry de Eyum, etc. Dat. Cheilmardon, F. of 
St. Lawrence [10 Aug.], 20 Edw. III. [1346]. (Harl. 83 F. 40.) 

675. Grant from the same tO' the same of three acres of land in 
the field of Flagg in the fee of Cheilmardon lying in Le Tustedus 
and half an acre of arable land on Dedknaveforlong. Dat. S. a. Ex. 
of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 1347. (Harl. 83 F. 41.) 

676. Grant from William le Foune son of John de Congesdon 
of Cheylmarden to Nicholas son of Ralph de Congexton and John, 
his brother, of five acres of land in Flagge in Cheylmarden. Dat. 

F. of St. Faith [6 Oct.], 21 Edw. III. [1347]. (Harl. 83 E. 45.) 

677. Grant from John de Assewell, parson of Makwith, John, 
vicar of Spondon, William de Monyash, vicar of Duffeld, and others, 
to Avery [daughter ?] of Godefrey Foliaumb of the land which they 
had from the said Godfrey in Chelmerdon, Flag, Neubold, Steuerdale, 
Redeclyf, Wylyngton, and Le Greues in Beley, with remainder to the 
said Godfrey and Avyne, his wife. Witn. Richard Vernon, knt., 
Thomas de Wendesley, Richard de Wynfeld, etc. Dat. Chelmerdon, 
M. a. Lady Day, 50 Edw. III. [1376]. (Foljambe.) 

678. " Inspeximus " of King Henry VIII., confirming a grant 
from William [Arnold], Abbot of Miravalle [Merivale, co. Warr.], and 
the Convent of the same, to Robert Dawkyn of Chelmerdon, yeoman, 
and Humphrey Dawkyn of the Office of Bailiffs of the manors of 
Chelmerdon and Flagg, and Cronxton and Pillesbury [both in 
Hartington], with an smnuity of 265.; dat. 11 Nov., 27 Hen. VIII. 
[1535]- Witn. Rich. Ryche, knt, at Westminster, 9 Feb., a°- 34 
[1543]- (Harl. 112 F. 27.) 

CHELMORTON v. also under Chatsworth, Monyash. 

CHESTERFIELD. 

(Cesterefeld, Cesterfeld, Cestirfeld, Cestrefeld, 

Cestrefeud, Chastrefeld, Chestrefeld, 

Chestrefelde, Chestrefeud.) 

679. Charter granting to Richard Briewer son of William Briewer 
and his heirs the manor of Chesterfield, with Brimington and 
Whittington and the soke, and the whole wapentake of Scarsdale, to 



Chesterfield. 87 

hold in fee farm of the King and his heirs. The charter also creates 
L.iiesterfaeld a free borough, granting to it a market and fair and all 
the same liberties as the borough of Nottingham. Reading, 10 Dec, 
1213. (D. of L.) ^ 

ixrn*^' • ^^^^™^ of ^ing Henry III., confirming " hominibus 
Willelmi Bnwerre qui de eo tenent et tenebunt in villa de Cestrefeld 
hbertatem quam idem Willelmus eis concessit scilicet quod sint liberi 
Burgenses," and that they may have the same liberties and free customs 
which King John granted to the same William. Witn. Rpchard] 
Mar[shal], Comes Penbr[ochie], Peter de Ryuall capicerRus], 
Pict[aviensis], Ralph fil. Nicholai, Godfrey de Crancumb, Geoffrey 
Dispensator, Geoffrey de Cauz, Richard fil. Hugonis. Dat. apud 
Theokesbiriam, 28 Dec, anno 17 [1232]. (Chest. Mun.) 

681. Notification of Hugh Wak to his Bailiffs of Cestrefeud 
[Chesterfield] of his grant to Joan que fuit vxor Willelmi Briwer, his 
uncle, of ;£8 135. i,d. yearly in the name of dower " de fumis et 
Mercato " of Chesterfield, in exchange for a similar sum which she has 
received from Peter fil. Roberti in Briminton and Wytinton. \Circ. 
1232.] (Foljambe.) 

682. Agreement made before the King's Justices between Dom. 
William Briuerre [Brewer], jun., and the Burgesses of Cesterfeld in 
defence of their liberties. Witn. Dom. H[ugo] Lincoln, Episcopus, 
Stephen de Segrave, William fil. Wor[ini], R[obert] de Lexinton, 
William Basset, Ralph fil. Nicholai, tunc justiciarii Domini Regis " et 
aliis fidelibus Domini Regis tunc ad Notingham presentibus." \Circ. 
1226.] (Chest. Mun.) 

683. Grant from Robert fil. Sussanne de Ronisleye to Walter, 
clericus de Cestirfeld, of five acres and a half of land lying "juxta 
pontem Aldwini." Witn. Thomas de Leys, Peter de Briminton, John 
de Pecco, Richard fil. Wlnat, Hugh de Pecco, etc. Temp. Hen. IIL 
(Foljambe.) 

684. Grant from Robert fil. Galfridi de Boytorp to Adam Blundus 
of two acres and a half of land and " vnum hulmum ad Reynolfs 
pontem . . . ubi vetus hospitale quondam fuerat." Witn. Simon 
de Linacre, Roger de Linacre, Hugh fil. Ingeram. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Foljambe.) 

685. First three lines of a letter from H. Clerk of Esseburne 

to S , rector of the church of Cesterf ', thanking him for his assistance 

in obtaining from the Dean the office of Schoolmaster of Chesterfield, 
etc Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. x. 69.) 

686. Grant from Richard fil. Willelmi Bercarii de Cesterfeld to 
Hugh fil. Roberti Lorinarii of half an acre of land in the fields of 
Cesterfeld "super Neddirhulle," abutting on " Kalehalegate." Witn. 
Robert Lorinarius, Peter dictus Foy, William de Katteclive, etc. Late 
Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

687. Grant from William fil. Presbyteri de Cesterfeld to Henry 
le Brun of Cesterfeld of half an acre of land in the territory of 
Cesterfeld lying on Haspelond " de feoudo de Perci." Witn. Peter 
de Briminton, William de Chattecliue, William de Neubolt, etc. Late 
Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 



88 Chesterfield. 

688. Grant from John fil. Herbert! de Cholintham de Cesterfeld 
to Walter fil. Rob. de Ho of half a toft, etc., in the new market of 
Cesterfeld. Witn. Hugh de Pek, William de Kattecliue, Peter Fox, 
etc. Late Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

689. Grant from Walter de Lydezate de Hyll to John Ruggeweye, 
capellanus, and Henry Maunesfeld, of all the lands lying " supra Hyll 
aput Lydezate," with a piece of land " super Marthehyll." Witn. 
John Hyne of Chesterfield, John Stubbyng, John Hyll del Hyll, etc. 
Dat. apud Hyll, M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 5 Edw. [I.] [1277]. 
(Foljambe.) 

690. Quitclaim from Alice fil. Rumphate de Cesterfeld to Roger 
de Blida of half a toft in Cesterfeld which was once her father's, 
lying on Haliwellegate. Witn. Hugh de Peck, William de Cateclive, 
Herbert de Colingham, etc. Temp. Hen. III. — Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

691. Quitclaim from Beatrice fil. Petri de Houeston to William 
fil. Ricardi de Schefeld of her right of dower as widow of Robert 
fil. Ricardi de Schefeld in a house in Aliuellgate in Cesterfeld. Witn. 
Richard fil. Wolnot, Ralph Palmer, Adam de Hulebrok, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III.— Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

693. List of tenements and lands of John de Maursfeld in Chester- 
field and in the fee of Walton, with their yearly values, " anno Edw. 
viii" " [1279-80]. (Foljambe.) 

693. Grant from John de Arcwryt de Cesterfeld to the Guild of 
St. Mary at Chesterfield of two stalls formerly Thomas Gerard's, in 
the new market [of Chesterfield], and an acre of land in the fee of 
Boythorp, at a yearly rent of dd. to Dom. Nicholas Wake, and 6,d.. 
to the Preceptor de Eykil ( ?) and to Henry, clericus, A,d. Witn. John 
de Brimintona, Simon de Hospitali, Philip de Lenne, etc. Late 
Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

694. Grant from Isabella quondam uxor Egidii de Bobinhull of 
Cesterfeld to Roger, her son, of that part of a messuage, etc., in 
Saltersgate [in Chesterfield] which she had by grant of Alice fil. Joh. 
Heron. Witn. Robert Durant, Robert Felleson, Richard de Thorn- 
worth, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 14 Edw. I. 
[1285]. (Foljambe.) 

695. Grant from Richer fil. Wlnat de Cestirfeld, to William, his 
son, of two messuages and lands in Cestirfeld, Brimintone, Wytintone, 
Tappeton, Neubold, and Dunstone; rent, \d. Witn. Peter de Brimin- 
tone, Jordan de Hapetot of Barlege, Roger de Blida, etc. 13th cent. 
(Woll. ii. 17.) 

696. Release, for one mark, from Peter fil. Rogeri Coty de Kalalh 
[Calale ?] to Hugh fil. Alani de Dukemantona, of land and common 
of pasture lying on the high street from Chestrefeld up to Buckebrighe, 
etc. Witn. Dom. Robert de Harestan, Dom. Roger de Eyncurt, Dom. 
Roger Britone, Dom. Jurdan de Abbetot, etc. 13th cent. (Woll. i. 88.) 

697. Grant from Roger de Eyncurt de Parco to William de 
E)Ticurt, his brother, of his land of Aluinewode, with the cultures 
called Hungstubbing and Gernuncroft, and the great culture which 
lies " ante portam de Aluinew^od," as they lie between the boundaries 
of Greyhirst Wood and Gravadune Wood, between Williamthorp and 



Chesterfield. 89 

the great road leading towards Cesterfeld. Witn. Dom. Walter de 
Rybef, Dom. Henry de Braylesford, Dom. John de Eyncurt, persona 
de Winnefeld, Jocelyn de Steynesby, Ralph de Reresby, etc. Late 
13th cent. (Foljambe.) 

698. Grant from John Wake, dominus de Lidel [Liddell] and of 
Chestrefeud, to his men of Chestrefeud, holders of burgages, that 
they may enjoy the same liberties and free customs which they had 
by grant from WilUam le Brewer, sen., his predecessor, confirmed by 
Henry III. and by William le Brewer, jun. Dat. Kyrkeby in Mores- 
heued [Kirkby Moorside, co. York], 30 May, 22 Edw. I. [1294]. 
(Foljambe.) 

699. Mortgage by John fil. Alex, de Tapton to William fil. Ric. 
le Rede of Wyngerworth, of a messuage in Cesterfeld, to secure the 
payment of 5^. T,d. and half a quarter of com at Michaelmas, 
24 Edw. I. [r296]. Witn. Adam de Celda, Thomas de Tapton, etc. 
(Foljambe.) 

700. Quitclaim from Sarra quondam uxor Radulfi, clerici de 
Cestrefeld, to Adam de Venella of Cestrefeld of half an acre of 
land in the field of Rihill [in Chesterfield]. Witn. John Durant, Adam 
de Neubolt, Hugh de Neubolt, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, Vig. of Pur. of 
B. V. M. [i Feb.], 25 Edw. I. [1297]. (Foljambe.) 

701. Grant from Emma que fuit uxor Ade Bete to Stephen, her 
brother, of the custody of all the lands, etc., in Cesterfeld, Boythorp, 
Neubold, Wytinton, Briminton, Tappeton, Dranefeld, Dunston, and 
Langeley which she had in custody with Simon fil. Ade Bete, her 
husband. Witn. William le Bret, Hugh de Linaker, Robert le Caus, 
etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 26 Edw. I. [1298]. 
(Foljambe.) 

702. Inspexmus by Hugh fil. Hug. de Dokemonton of a charter 
of confirmation from Hugh, his father, to John Bonde of Cestrefeld, 
of a meadow in the field of Walton called Baystonbuttis. Witn. 
Henry, clericus de Cestrefeld, Alan de Len, William Husbonde, etc. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

703. Grant from Robert fil. Hen. de la Lanebanck of Cestrefeld 
to Henry fil. Henrici, clerici de Cestrefeld, of i^ acres of land in 
Walton, lying on " Le Milnemoreflate," with warranty against Alice, his 
mother. Witn. Michael de Haversege, Roger de Maunnesfeld, John 
fil. Joh. Bonde, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

704. Release, for six marks, from Roger fil. Radulphi Lorimer of 
Cesterfeld to John Durant of the same, of lands in Cestirfeld, Bramtone, 
Wytingholmis, and Houlotholm, with an annual rent of lod. Witn. 
Will, de Brecte, Roger le Bretone, Rob. le Graunt, etc. Tevip. Edw. I. 
(Woll. vii. 12.) 

705. Grant from Thomas fil. Rogeri de Fraxinis to Roger fil. 
Roberti Albi of Bramton of a plot of land on Le Balleye, near the 
road leading from Cestrefeld towards Bayequelle, abutting on Le 
Bredinbrigge and Le Gosegrene; rent, a rose. Witn. Robert le Caus, 
Hugh de Linaker, Robert de Somersale, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Woll. iii. 47-) 



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706. Quitclaim from Syyeryld quondam^ uxor Hugonis Ketil de 
Cestrefeld to Robert fil. Rob. le Lorimer and Cecilia, his wife, of her 
right of inheritance, after the death of Adam Hadde of Cestrefeld, 
chaplain, in the third part of two acres of land upon Nedderhyll in 
the fee of Percy [in Chesterfield]. Witn. Hugh de Lynakyr, Richard 
de Neubold, John Durand. Early 14th cent. (Foljambe.) 

707. Grant from Robert de Peck, living in Chesterfield, to Peter 
fil. Hug. de Briminton of two acres of land lying on " le Hordthorp " 
[in Chesterfield]. Witn. Nicholas de Torp, Roger de BHthe, William 
de Peck, etc. Early 14th cent. (Foljambe.) 

708. Grant from John fil. Joh. Bonde to Margery, his sister, of 
a messuage, etc., in Cesterfeld which she had by grant from their 
father. Witn. Robert de Lenne, Alan de Lenne, Geoffrey Durant, 
etc. Early 14th cent. (Foljambe.) 

709. Grant from Richard fil. Willelmi ad barram de Cesterfeld to 
Richard fil. Hen. de Taptona of his right in all the lands, etc., inherited 
from his father in Cesterfeld. Witn. Henry clericus, Roger de Blye, 
William Kat, etc. Early 14th cent. (Foljambe.) 

710. Grant from William fil. Will. Richir to Roger fil. Galfridi 
de Walton of a yearly rent of in^d.. in Cesterfeld for a tenement in 
Glenmonlane. Witn. Roger Laverock, John Duraunt, Stephen le Eyr. 
Dat. F. a. F. of St. Nicholas [13 Nov.], 1301. (Foljambe.) 

711. Quitclaim from the same to Ralph fil. Petri de Brimington 
of all the lands which he sold to him when under age in Chesterfield, 
Tapton, and Newbold. Witn. Peter de Donston, William Fraunceys, 
Roger de Parva Tappeton, etc. Dat. Cestrefeude, F. of St. Mary 
Magd. [22 July], 30 Edw. I. [1302]. (Foljambe.) 

712. Grant from Mary de Calale, vidua, to Robert, her son, of 
a yearly rent of is. %d. from a toft [in Chesterfield] in the " Wykeday 
Market," a curtilage in " Taptonlane," and a shop in " Souter Rowe." 
Witn. William le Bret, John Duraunt, Roger Laveroc, etc. Dat. S. a. 
Michaelmas, 32 Edw. I. [1304]. (Foljambe.) 

713. Grant from Henry fil. Simonis de Hospital, junioris, de 
Cestrefeld, to Alan de Hulmo de Cestrefeld of a toft lying " retro 
manum " in Cestrefeld, abutting on the lane leading from Le Wykeday- 
marketht towards the mill of the Dean of Lincoln. Witn. Adam de 
Newbold, John Durant, Richard Scotard, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, S. b. 
Michaelmas, 34 Edw. I. [1306]. (Harl. 112 L 17.) 

714. Grant from Adam le Mazoun of Cestrefeld to Simon, his son, 
of a shop [celda] in Cestrefeld in le Draperrowe. Witn. Roger 
Laverokes, Adam de Neubold, Hugh de Neubold, etc. Dat. F. of 
Pentecost [18 May], 2 Edw. II. [1309]. (WoU. vii. 35.) 

715. Grant from John Bete fil. Rogeri Bete of Cestrefeld to Roger 
fil. Ade de Blyd, of land in the fields of Cestrefeld. Witn. Roger 
Laverok, John de Warsop, Hugh de Neubolt, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, 
Vig. of F. of St. Barnabas [10 June], 3 Edw. II. [13 10]. (Harl. 112 
G. II.) 

716. Grant from Robert de Hulme of Cestrefeld to Alice, his 
daughter, of land in Cestrefeld " by Hindehand." Witn. Roger Laveroc, 
Adam de Neubold, Robert Darant, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, W. a. 
Michaelmas [29 Sept.], 8 Edw. II. [1314]. (Harl. 112 I. 19.) 



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717. Grant from Roger de Maunnesfeld to William le Loriner of 
half an acre of land in the fields of Neubold, lying on Heghebrock- 
hill. Witn. William de Ryggeway, Richard le Porter, Roger de 
Glapwell, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, S. a. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 
8 Edw. II. [13 1 4]. (Foljambe.) 

718. Grant from Alan de Hulm to Roger de Glapwelle of land 
at the Stondelf, in the field of Cestrefeld. Witn. Adam de Neubold, 
Roger Laverok, William de Ryerwray, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, S. b. F. 
of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 8 Edw. [? II. 1315]. (Harl. 112 I. 20.) 

719. Grant from William fil. Petri de Tapton of Cesterefeld to 
Henry, his son and heir, of all his lands, etc., in Cesterfield, Brampton, 
and Hulm. Witn. Stephen le Eyr, John le Palmer, Roger le Caus, etc. 
Dat. M. a. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 9 Edw. II. [1316]. (Foljambe.) 

720. Grant from William fil. Ade Finian to Agnes . . . and 
her heits in tail of a messuage and lands in Cestrefeld, at a rose 
rent. Witn. Stephen le Eyr, ballivus de Cestrefeld, Adam de Neubolt, 
etc. Dat. II Edw. II. [1317-8]. (Foljambe.) 

731. Release from William son of Robert le Couper of Cestrefeld 
to Avice daughter of William Choys of the same, of all his right in 
2d. yearly rent out of two messuages in Cestrefeld, in Glenmon Lane. 
Dat. F. of St. HUajy [13 Jan.], 13 Edw. IL [1319]. (P. R. O. ii., 
C. 2739.) 

722. Grant from Adam son of Ralph de Newbold, living at 
Cestrefeld, to Adam de Blyd of Cestrefeld, of land in Cestrefeld. Witn. 
Roger Laveroke, Rog. de Mammefeld, John de Warsup, Rob. Duraunt, 
etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, Easter Eve [18 Apr.], 14 Edw. II. [1321]. 
(Cott. xxviii. 6.) 

723. Sale by John fil. Will. fil. Edde de Cestrefeld to Richard le 
Archer Hokelou'e Magna " de Pecco " of all his goods, chattels, etc., 
in a messuage in Saltergate, Cestrefeld. Dat. S. a. Tr. of St. Thomas 
[7 July]' 16 Edw. II. [1322]. (Foljambe.) 

724. Release from Magota fil. Ade de Venella de Cestrefeld to 
Agnes, her aunt [matertera], formerly wife of the aforesaid Adam, of 
tenements and lands in Cestrefeld, between the croft of Roger de 
Blida and the lane leading from Sowtergate to St. Leonard's Hospital. 
Witn. Rob. Durant, Ranulph fil. Reginaldi, Roger de Glappewell, etc. 
Dat. Cestrefeld, F. of St. Barthol. [24 Aug.], 17 Edw. II. [1323]- 
(Harl. 84 B. 8.) 

725. Letter of attorney from Roger fil. Rogeri de Manisfelde de 
Cestrefeld to Robert Pelleson, to give seisin of lands and tenements 
in "Novo foro" of Cestrefeld to John de Dunston. Dat. Cestrefeld, 
M. a. F. of Tiburtius and Valerian [14 Apr.], 5 Edw. III. [1331]- 
(Harl. 83 G. 34-) 

726. Grant from John le Barker of Aston to John fil. Joh. 
Tannatoris de Cestrefeld of a messuage abutting on the road frorn 
"Soutergate" to the new market and on the water called "Hyper," 
in Cestrefeld. Witn. Robert Durant, Ranulph de Haliwel, John Bonde. 
Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. John, a.p.l. [6 May], 9 Edw. III. [1335]- 
(Foljambe.) 



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T2.T. Sale by William fil. Ade Alkoc to John fil. Ric. clerici of 
all the goods and chattels in his house in the " Wykday marketh " in 
Cestrefeld. Dat. S. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 11 Edw. III. 
[1337]- (Foljambe.) 

728. Quitclaim from Adam fil. Rob. fil. Stephani de Neubold to 
John fil. Ade de Neubold of a messuage, etc., in Soutergate, in 
Cestrefeld. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Nicholas [6 Dec], 11 Edw. III. 
[1337]- (Foljambe.) 

729. Grant from Stephen le Cutiller to Henry fil. Philippi de. 
Neubold of a plot of land in Cestrefeld and three acres of land in 
the fee of Neubold. Witn. Roger de Glapwell, Robert Durant, etc. 
Dat. Trinity Sunday [7 June], 12 Edw. III. [1338]. (Foljambe.) 

730. Grant from Richard fil. Ade Albeyn to Robert de Hampton 
of the site of a messuage in Cesterfeld in Soutergate. Witn. Robert 
Durant, Henry le Eyr, William Ketill, William Kydeas, Henry Pexi. 
Dat. S. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 12 Edw. III. [1339]. (Foljambe.) 

731. Grant from the same to the same of his share of a messuage 
in Soutergate which was formerly Adam Fynian's. Witn. Henry de 
Maunesfeld, John Bete, Henry Pexi, etc. Dat. T. b. Michs., 1340. 
(Foljambe.) 

732. Grant from Roger de Glappewell of Cestrefeld to Roger de 
Blid of a messuage in the New Market, and land in a place called 
Behyndhand in Cestrefeld, to hold for his life, with remainder in tail 
to Philip de Blid and Leticia, his wife, and in default to Agnes and 
Lucy, daughters of Roger de Blid. Witn. Rob. Durraunt, Ric. Stuffyn, 
Tho. de Skeggeby, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, Th. a. Michaelmas, 
17 Edw. III. [1343]. (Harl. 112 H. 46.) 

733. Grant from Ranulph fil. Regin. de Halywell to John fil. 
Marie de Longeleye of a messuage, etc., in Chastrefeld, in Halywelle- 
gate. Witn. Robert Durant, William de Cheu, Robert Proudfot, etc. 
Dat. Sat. a. Epiphany [6 Jan.], 18 Edw. III. [1345]- (Foljambe.) 

734. Re-GRANT from the same John to the same Ranulph and 
Isabel, his wife, of a messuage in Chastrefeld, in Halywellgate. Same 
witnesses. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 18 Edw. III. [1345]. 
(Foljambe.) 

735. Release from Elena que fuit uxor Johannis fil. Ric. de Neubold 
to Robert fil. Will, de Hulme of her right of dower in 14J. yearly rent 
from a tenement in the new market of Chastrefeld. Witn. Henry de 
Maunesfeld, Jauin Stedeman, Roger de Riggeway, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Edmund, Bp. [16 Nov.], 21 Edw. III. [1347]. (Foljambe.) 

736. Grant from Margery condam uxor Robert! fil. Roberti Beyser 
to Richard de Dalby of a plot of arable land in Neubold, at the 
"Hwytflat." Witn. Robert Duraunt, John de Whytinton, etc. Dat. 
T. a. Oct. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 22 Edw. III. [1348]. (Foljambe.) 

737. Grant from Joan condam ux. Roberti Aurifabri de Chastre- 
feld, to Margaret, dau. of the said Robert, of the moiety of a messuage 
and lands in Chastrefeld and Neubold. Witn. Robert de Hampton, 
William de Cheu, Roger de Bokynhill, etc. Dat. Th. a. Trinity 
[7 June], 1349. (Foljambe.) 



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738. Grant from Henry de Maunesfeld to Henry and Robert, his 
sons, and the heirs of their bodies, of two messuages and 18 acres 
of meadow in Chastrefeld, and in the fees of Boythorp and Walton. 
Witn. Robert Doraunt, John de Whytington, Richard Stuffyn, etc. 
Dat. Fr. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 23 Edw. III. [1349]. 
(Foljambe.) 

739. Grant from Richard fil. Joh. de Tapton to William de 
Kyrkeby for his life of a stall in the New Market of Chastrefeld in 
"Mercer Rouwe." Witn. Robert Doraunt, Richard Stuffyn, John 
Mazon. Dat. Vig. of St. James [24 July], 23 Edw. III. [1349]. 
(Foljambe.) 

740. Grant from Robertus fil. Fellicis de Chastrefelde to 
Margareta, his daughter, of a messuage in the New Market between 
Clerimont Lane and the messuage of John le Goldsmyth, in Chestre^ 
feld. Witn. John de Wyttyngton, Roger fil. Ranulphi. Dat. Th. a. 
F. of St. Jame& [25 July], 24 Edw. III. [1350]. (Harl. 83 E. 12.) 

741. Lease from William Lorimer, capellanus, to John de 
Whityngton and Roger fil. Ranulphi de Haliwell, brethren of the Gild 
of St. Mary, in Chesterfield, to Hligh le Porter and Agneta, his wife, 
for their lives, of a messuage in the new market at Chastrefeld adjoin- 
ing " Steppestonlane," and abutting on the highway and on the water 
called " Hipere." Witn. John Locker, John Bete, Thomas de Warsoppe, 
etc. Dat. Th. a. Cone, of B. V. M. [8 Dec], 24 Edw. III. [1350]. 
(Foljambe.) 

743. Grant from the Aldermen and Brethren of the Gild of 
St. Mary, Chesterfield, to John fil. Joh. Bete and Marjory, his wife, 
for life, of a messuage in Chesterfield. Witn. Roger de Whityngton, 
Thomas Laverok, John de Digby, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Ceadd, 
Bp. [2 Mar], 25 Edw. III. [1351]. (Foljambe.) 

743. Release from Richard Foliaumb to Henry de Hampton of 
a messuage in Chasturfeld. Dat. Vig. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 1351. 
(Foljambe.) 

744. Grant from Peter fil. Rog. de Tapton to Robert de Birchouere 
and Roger Bete, chaplains, of all his lands, goods, etc. [in Chester- 
field]. Witn. William Lorimer, chaplain, John Bete, Adam Picard, etc. 
Dat. Wedn. in Whitsun week [30 May], 26 Edw. III. [1352]- (Foljambe.) 

745. Grant from John de Barley to Robert, his elder son, of a 
messuage in Cestrefeld in " le Wikedaymarketh," near the oven of the 
lord of Chesterfield, anciently called " Le Witeoven." Witn. John de 
Wytington, ballivus Domini, John Goldsmyth, John Bete, etc. Dat. 
S. a. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 26 Edw. III. [1352]- (Foljambe.) 

746. Grant from Robert fil. Joh. Bete sen. to Robert fil. Ade 
Alkoc, of a messuage and land in Chastrefeld and in the fee of Tapton 
abutting on the " olde market stede." Witn. John de Whityngton, 
Thomas Laverok, Roger Laverok, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of Ex. of 
H. Cross [14 Sept.], 26 Edw. HI. [1352]- (Foljambe.) 

747. Lease, for 60 years, from John de Wytington, Alderman of 
St Mary's Gild of Chesterfield, and the Brethren, to William Aleyn 
of a messuage in Soutergate in Chastrefeld. Dat. F. of St. Peter in 
cathedra [22 Feb.], 34 Edw. III. [136°]- (Foljambe.) 



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748. Grant from Marjory fil. Rogeri del Graunge of Chastrefeld 
to Innocent fil. Henrici Stonthacker of Chastrefeld of part of a mes- 
suage in Soutergate, Chastrefeld. Witn. John de Whityngton, Roger 
Daudesan, John Lark, etc. Dat. Chastrefeld, W. a. F. of the Ann. 
[25 Mar.], 37 Edw. III. [1363]. (Harl. 112 H. 56.) 

749. Grant from Peter de Tapton to Robert Alcok of land in 
Newbold " milneholme " which he had by grant from John Palmer. 
Witn. John de Whitington, John Goldesmyth, William Beverage, etc. 
Dat. T. a. All Saints' Day [i Nov.], 34 Edw. III. [1360]. (Foljambe.) 

750. Grant from William Bate of Neubold to Robert de Barley 
fil. Joh. de Barley of Chastrefeld of a messuage in the " Wikeday- 
market " in the street called the " Fleschehameles " [in Chesterfield]. 
Witn. John de Dikeby. ballivus, John de Wytington, John Laverok. 
Dat. T. a. F. of St. Agatha [5 Feb.], 39 Edw. III. [1365]. (Foljambe.) 

751. Grant from Matilda de Huntynton to John Bete, of a messuage 
in Soutergate in Chastrefeld. Witn. John Laverok, John Hyngerselle, 
presbyter, John Gowele, etc. Dat. S. a. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 
39 Edw. III. [1365]. (Foljambe.) 

752. Grant from Alice, widow of Henry de Wynfeld, to William 
de Wakebrige of a messuage in the new market in Chastrefeld. Witn. 
John de Whityngtone, John Lark, John Bete, etc. Dat. M. a. 
Michaelmas Day, 39 Edw. III. [1365]. (Woll. vi. 55.) 

753- Grant from William Beverege to Dom. Richard Porter, 
chaplain, of two messuages in Chastrefeld, one in Saltergate, the other 
in Haliwellgate. Witn. John de Dygby, John Bete, John Lark, etc. 
Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 39 Edw. III. [1365]. 
(Foljambe.) 

754. Grant from Robert de Birchovere, rector ecclesie Omnium 
Sanctorum de Rischeton [Rushton, co. Northt.j, to John le Goldsmyth 
of Chastrefeld of two acres of land in the fee of Newbold " in le 
Overheye." Witn. John Larc, John Bete, John H)Tie. Dat. Th. a. 
Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 40 Edw. III. [1366]. (Foljambe.) 

755. Grant from Adam fil. Hausie de Essheouere to William 
Beveregge and Alice, his wife, of a messuage in " Soutterrowe " and 
two messuages in " Fischerrowe " in Chesterfield. Witn. Nicholas de 
Baukwell, John de Wytington, Thomas Durant, etc. Dat. T. b. F. 
of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 42 Edw. III. [1368]. (Foljambe.) 

756. Lease, for 24 years, from Henry fil. et her. Joh. Clerk of 
Chastrefeld to Ralph Fleschewer of two messuages in Chastrefeld, one 
in the " Wykeday " market and the other " in veteri foro." Dat. 
Michaelmas, 42 Edw. III. [1368]. (Foljambe.) 

757. Grant from Roger fil. Joh. de Neubold to Godfrey Foliaumbe, 
knt., Nicholas del Weld, persona tertie partis ecclesie de Derley, 
William de Kirklyngton, vicarius ecclesie de Bauquell and Nicholas 
Martyn capellanus, of all his messuages, etc., in Neubold. Witn. Roger 
de Wygley, John Lark, Thomas de Wombewell. Dat. Hassop, T. a. 
F. of St. Wolfrid, Bp. [12 Oct.], 42 Edw. III. [1368]. (Foljambe.) 

758. Lease from William Wakebrigge, John de Maunsfeld, and 
Thomas Durant to Agnes relicta Ade Louot and Isabella, their daughter, 
of a messuage, etc., in Chastrefeld, at a rose rent. Witn. John de 



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Wytington, John Laverok, John de Cigby, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of 
St. Katharine [25 Nov.], 1368. (Foljambe.) 

759. Grant from John fil. Avicie de Grenhill and Isabella, his 
wife, to Ralph de Dore, John de Raddecliflf, and Robert fil. Rogeri 
le Tailor, of a messuage, etc., in the Wykedaymarket in Cestrefeld. 
Witn. John de Wytington, Robert, his son, John Lark, etc. Dat. 
Cestrefeld, Sat. a. F. of St. Barnabas [n June], 43 Edw. III. [1369]. 
(Harl. 112 H. 59.) 

760. Grant from Alice, relicta Ricardi le Rissch, of Basselowe, to 
Nicholas de Asschouere of the reversion of a messuage in Chastrefeld 
in the Wykedaymarket and land in Boythorpe, late belonging to Richard 
fil. Tho. de Calfouere, her uncle. Dat. Th. a. F. of Epiphany 
[6 Jan.], 43 Edw. III. [1370]. (Foljambe.) 

761. Grant from William Roper of Basselowe to Nicholas de 
Asscheovere, cobbler, of a messuage in the " Wykedaymarket " in 
Chastrefeld and land in Boythorpe lying on Aspeland. Witn. John 
de Wytington, John Lauerok, Henry de Maunsfeld, etc. Dat. T. a. 
Epiphany [6 Jan.], 43 Edw. III. [1370]. (Foljambe.) 

762. Quitclaim from John de Hinkersell to John Done, perpetual 
vicar of Chastrefeld, of a messuage, etc., in Chastrefeld abutting on 
Soutergate. Dat. F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 44 Edw. III. 
[1370]. (Foljambe.) 

763. Grant from Richard Milner, chaplain, to Dom. William de 
Staveley, chaplain, of a burgage in Chastrefeld lying in the old market. 
Witn. John de Wytington, John Laverok, John de Baukquell. Dat. 
T. b. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 44 Edw. III. [1370]. (Foljambe.) 

764. Quitclaim from Alice, widow of Richard Risscher of Basse- 
lowe, to Nicholas de Aschovere, cobbler, of a messuage in the 
Wykedaymarketh and land in Boythorpe and Neubold. Witn. John 
de Whytinton, Robert Joly, John le Knyfsm)fth, etc. Dat. W. a. 
Epiphany [6 Jan.], 44 Edw. III. [1371]- (Foljambe.) 

765. Letters patent of Edward III., granting licence to Richard 
de Chesterfield and Thomas Durant to alienate to the chaplain of 
All Saints' Church, Chesterfield, a messuage in Chesterfield for saying 
masses for their souls. Dat. 22 June, 46 Edw. III. [1372]. (Chest. 
Mun.) 

766. Grant from Matilda, relicta Rogeri Daudeson, to Dom. John 
Bonde, perpetual vicar of Chesterfield, and John de Maunsfeld, of a 
yearly rent from an acre of land in the fee of Chestrefeld. Witn. 
Thomas Durant, Robert Alcok, John Knyfsmyth, etc. Dat. F. of Ex. 
of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 46 Edw. III. [1372]. (Foljambe.) 

767. Grant from Adam Horn of Chastrefeld, chaplain, to Dom. 
Roger Bete of Chastrefeld of land and a messuage in Chastrefeld, in 
le Wykeday market. Witn. John Laverok, John Hyne, Rob. Laverok, 
etc. Dat. Chesterfield, M. a. F. of St. Edmund [20 Nov.], 47 Edw. III. 
[1373]. (Harl. 83 F. 31.) 

768. Lease from Thomas Bonde, vicar of Chesterfield, alderman 
of the Gild of St. Mary, to Thomas le Wright of two tofts in Chestre- 
feld, for 80 years. Dat. Easter Monday [2 Apr.], 48 Edw. III. [1374]. 
(Foljambe.) 



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769. Grant from Matilda, widow of Roger Daudson of Chastre- 
feld, to William de Boseley and Matilda, his wife, of a garden in 
Chastrefeld, next the lane from Soutergate to the Dean of Lincoln's 
mill. Dat. F. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 1374k]- (Foljambe.) 

770. Grant from John Laverok of Chastrefeld and Isabella, his 
wife, to John de Hynkreshill and Richard de Southwell, chaplains, 
of all their lands, etc., in Chestrefeld, Boythorp, Brampton, Neubold, 
Donston, Langeley, Dronfeld, Whityngton, Brimington, Staveley, 
Tapton, and Calal. Witn. John de Asshes, John Hyne, William 
Lorimer, etc. Dat. F. of St. Guthlac [11 Apr.], 49 Edw. III. [1375]- 
(Foljambe.) 

771. Release from Richard Porter and Richard Couper of Chastre- 
feld, chaplains, to Thomas de Burtone of Chastrefeld, of lands and 
tenements in Chastrefeld. Dat. Chastrefeld, T. b. F. of All Saints 
[i Nov.], 49 Edw. III. [1375]- (Harl. 84 A. 12.) 

772. Release from John Koryfsmythe of Chastrefeld to Cecilia, 
his wife, Agnes, widow of John de Barley, and Alice, widow of Henry 
Knyfsmythe, to Thomas Durant of Chastrefeld, of a messuage in 
Chastrefeld, lying in Halywelgate. Witn. Nicholas de Baukwelle, John 
Laveroke, Robert Laveroke, etc. Dat. W. a. Epiph. [6 Jan.], 
49 Edw. III. [1376]. (Woll. vii. 36.) 

773. Grant from Thomas de Wombwell, Robert Laverok of 
Chestrefeld, to John fil. Joh. de Dygby and Johanna, his wife, in tail, 
of all the lands within and without the town of Chastrefeld. Witn. 
Thomas Duraimt, Nicholas de Baukwell, John Laverok, etc. Dat. 
Sat. b. F. of Epiphany [6 Jan.], 49 Edw. III. [1376]. (Foljambe.) 

774. Power of attorney from William Franceys of Ilkeston, 
chaplain, to Robert de Barley, clerk, to deliver seisin to John de 
Stubb)mg of Ashover, chaplain, Henry de Foston, chaplain of the 
chantry of Chastrefeld, and others, of a tenement in Chastrefeld. 
Dat. S. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], i Ric. II. [1377]. (Foljambe.) 

775. Grant from John de Tapton to Thomas de Derton of two 
parts of a stall in the new market in Chestrefeld, in the " Drapour 
rowe." Witn. John Lauerok, John Hyne, Henry de Maunsfeld, etc. 
Dat. T. a. F. of St. Dunstan [19 May], 3 Ric. II. [1380]. (Foljambe.) 

776. Licence from Richard II. to Richard de Chesterfield and 
Robert de Derby, clerks, to hold certain lands in Chesterfield and 
Newbold, to be assigned to Roger de Lesbes, chaplain of the chantry 
at the altar of St. Michael, in the parish church of All Saints, 
Chesterfield, and to Henry de Foston, chaplain of the chantry at the 
altar of St. Mary Magdalene, in the same church. Dat. i May, 
4 Ric. II. [1381]. (Chest. Mun.) 

777. Grant from Margery, widow of Roger Michelson of Chestre- 
feld, to Roger del Leghes, Henry de Foston, chaplains, and others of 
a plot of land and meadow next Neuboldmilne, between the water 
called Roder and land of the lord of Chestrefeld. Witn. Henry de 
Maunsfeld, John de Maunsfeld, etc. Dat. F. of St. Bartholomew 
[24 Aug.], 7 Ric. II. [1383]. (Foljambe.) 

778. Grant from John de Sutton of Nottingham, weaver, and 
Matilda Bonde, his wife, to Richard de Aston, chaplain, and John 
Fraunces of Hertestoft, of the lands which belonged to Sir John 



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Bonde in Cestrefeld, Neubold, and Boythorpe. Witn. John de 
Rigeway, chaplain, Roger de Baukewell. Dat. Nottingham, F. a. F. 
of St. James [25 July], 8 Ric. II. [1384]. (Foljambe.) 

779. Lease from Alice, reUct of Henry son of Robert de Wynfeld, 
to Sir Ralph Freccheville, knt., of her interest in land in Chestrefeld, 
for the term of her life. Dat. Chestrefeld, W. b. F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 8 Ric. II. [1384]. (Harl. 86 H. 13.) 

780. Grant from William de Staveley, rector of Tetwick [Todwick, 
W. R., CO. York], to Thomas del Birkenschagh and Margery, his wife, 
of a tenement lying in Wykdaymarketh, abutting on the road to 
Knyfsmithgate, in Chesterfield. Witn. Adam Brown, Thomas Baret, 
Robert Coke, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Leonard [6 Nov.], 9 Ric. II. 
[1385]. (Foljambe.) 

781. Grant from John de Barley, clerk, to Sir William Fienles, 
knt.. Sir Nicholas de Gaushull, knt., Richard Vernon, William Echyng- 
ham, William de Batelesford, Roger Leche, John Cokerell, parson of 
Cranford, Robert de Barley, and others, of all his lands in Chestre- 
feld, Boythorp, Brampton, Linacre, Neubold, Hulme, Dronfeld, Dunston, 
Langley, etc. Witn. Thomas Oxcroft, William Nickeson, Thomas 
Oxcroft, etc. Dat. Th. a. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 12 Ric. II. 
[1388]. (Foljambe.) 

782. QmTCLAiM from Agnes, widow of John de Asshbom, to 
Thomas de Derton, of a shop in Chestrefeld lying in the " Drapier- 
rowe." Witn. William Bate, John Hanneson, John de Dogmanton, 
etc. Dat. S. a. Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 1390. (Foljambe.) 

783. Grant from Robert de Whitewell and John de Stowe, 
"bacster," to John del Merssh, chaplain, of a messuage in "Wykday- 
marketh" in Chesterfield and land in Boythorp. Dat. M. a. F. of 
St. James [25 July], 14 Ric. II. [1390]. (Foljambe.) 

784. Grant from Henry son and heir of John Clerk to John 
Hynkershull, chaplain, and others, of an acre of land near the 
" Coteleghes," in Chestrefeld. Witn. William de Calall, John de Calall, 
William de Shawe, etc. Dat. 6 May, 1391. (Foljambe.) 

785. Letters patent granting to William de Horbury, clerk, 
Richard Porter, vicar of Chesterfield, Robert Cause, Henry de Maunse- 
feld, Hugh Draper, William de Lowe, and John del Assh, that they 
be a fraternity and guild in the church of All Saints, in honour of 
the Holy Cross. Dat. 25 Sept., 16 Ric. II. [1392]. (Chest. Mun.) 

786. Grant from Cecilia, widow of Robert de Birkes, to William 
de Bromylegh and Matilda, his wife, of an acre of land in Chestrefeld. 
Witn. Henry de Maunsfeld, William Lane, John de Normanton. Dat. 
T. a. F. of St. Edward, K. and M. [18 Mar.], 16 Ric. II. [1393]- 
(Foljambe.) 

787. Quitclaim from Agnes, widow of Roger Godesone of Chestre- 
feld, to Henry de Maunsffelde, John del Asshe, and Will, del Lowe 
of Chestrefeld, of a messuage, etc., in Chestrefeld. Dat. M. a. F. of 
SS. Peter and Paul [29 June], 17 Ric. II. [i393]- (Harl. 83 F. i.) 

788. Grant from Hugh de Thorpe, Richard de Rippelay, and 
Henry Fyche, chaplain, to Robert de Waplod and Avice, his wife, of 
a messuage in thesterfield in "Wykdaymarketh," two acres of land 

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9 8 Chesterfield. 

in Boythorp field, and half an acre of land in " Le Heye " in Neubold 
fields. Witn. Adam Broun, Richard Baret, Robert Cock, etc. Dat. 
W. b. Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 17 Ric. II. [1393]- (Foljambe.) 

789. Attorney from Thomas de Byrkynschawe of Newerk to 
William Longestaffe, chaplain, to deliver seisin to Robert de Whytyngton, 
John Mapplesden, goldsmith, etc., of a messuage, etc., in Chestrefeld. 
Dat. Newerk, S. a. F. of Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 17 Ric. II. 
[1393]- (Foljambe.) 

790. Grant from John de Maunsfeld to William Cotenes and 
" Edayn," his wife, of a yearly rent of 9^. from his holm called 
Cutholm; to be void if the said William and Edayn be not disturbed 
by claim of dower on the part of Elizabeth, wife of the said John^ in 
the possession of Waltonholm, granted to them by the same [nr. Chester- 
field]. Dat. F. of St. Nicholas [6 Dec], 17 Ric. II. [1393]. French. 
(Foljambe.) 

791. Grant from John de Riggeway of Chastrefeld, chaplain, to 
William Eckyngham, Robert de Barley, Thomas Goumfrey, parson of 
Dronfeld, William de Wynfeld, parson of Thorp Basset [co. York], 
John Cokerell, parson of St. John, of Cranford [co. Northt.], and Robert 
de Whytyngton, of a bam and croft formerly called John Laverok's, 
at the end of the new market of Chestrefeld. Witn. Thomas de 
Bauquell, Hugh Drapour, etc. Dat. 8 Apr., 19 Ric. II. [1396]. 
(Foljambe.) 

793. Lease, for 20 years, from Robert de Maunsfeld to Roger de 
Hilles and Sibilla, his wife, of a messuage, etc., in Chestrefeld, in 
the new market. Dat. Mich. Day, 21 Ric. II. [1397]- (Foljambe.) 

793. Grant from Henry de Maunsfeld to Robert de Maunsfeld, 
John Curson of Ketelleston, John Nayl, William de Brynaston, and 
Richard de Shardelawe, the last three, chaplains, of all his lands, etc., 
in the fees and vills of Chestrefeld, Boythorp, Dronfeld, and Walton. 
Witn. John Bate, sen., Roger Boler, etc. Dat. M. a. Michaelmas Day, 
21 Ric. II. [1397]. (Foljambe.) 

794. Letters of attorney from Thomas Hunt of Lyndeby to William 
de Lowe of Chestrefeld, to deliver seisin to John Hunt of Asshovere, 
the younger, of a messuage and garden in Chestrefeld and land in 
the fields of Chesterfield aforesaid. Dat. Th. a. Michaelmas, 21 Ric. II. 
[1397]. (P. R. O., c. 1708.) 

795- Quitclaim from Thomas de Nevill, Lord Furnivale, Thomas 
Goumfrey, rector of Dronfeld, Richard Goumfrey, late rector of Hengham, 
John de Maples of Shefeld, sen., and others, to John de Maunsfeld, of 
all the lands which they had of the feoffment of the same in Chester- 
feld, Walton, Dronfeld, Neubold, and Brampton. Witn. Nicholas de 
Gausehill, Robert Frechevile, knts., Bartholomew Mongomery, etc. 
Dat. Chestrefeld, Fr. in Whitsun week [31 May], 21 Ric. II. [1398]. 
(Foljambe.) 

796. Lease from the Aldermen, Brethren, and Sisters of the Guild 
of St. Mary, Chestrefeld, to John Marschall and Margaret, his wife, 
of a messuage, etc., in Chestrefeld in " Glemangate." Dat. T. a. F. 
of St. Peter in cathedra [22 Feb.], i Hen. IV. [140C5]. (Foljambe.) 



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797. Grant from Richard son of William de Horseley and of Alice 
de Beston of Chestrefeld, to John Barley, William de Wynfeld, parson 
of Thorpe Basset, William de Aston, John Cokerell, and Roger de 
Hulme, " masun," of two acres of land in the fields of Chestrefeld and 
Neubolt, lying near the cross called " Jonessecrossbrown " and else- 
where. Witn. Roger de Bakewell, Roger Nettelworth, Thomas Calcroft, 
etc. Dat. 10 Mar., i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Foljambe.) 

798. Quitclaim from Herbert de Whytyngton, John Mapplesden, 
goldsmith, and Roger Pees, to Roger de Baukewell, Roger de Cliche, 
clerk, and John Cokerell, clerk, of a messuage in Chestrefeld in the 
Wykeday market, which they had jointly of the feoffment of Thomas 
Byrkynschawe of Newerk. Witn. Thomas Durant, John Maunsfeld, 
John del Asshes, etc. Dat. 7 Apr., i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Foljambe.) 

799'. Power of attorney from Isabella Bankoc to William Rigeway 
to deliver to John Mauger, jun., seisin of a messuage and croft [in 
or near Chesterfield]. Dat. Chestrefeld, F. of Tr. of St. Thomas, 
M. [7 July], I Hen. IV. [1400]. (Foljambe.) 

800. Particulars of " mieses " and lands in Soutergate [Chester- 
field] in the fee of Walenton [Walton]. Circ. 1400. French. 
(Foljambe.) 

801. Extract of court-roll of the manor of Chestrefeld, recording 
that at a great court held on Wed. a. F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 
2 Hen. IV. [1401], Roger de Rosyngton and William Trucok, chaplain, 
did homage, etc., for lands and tenements within the manor. (Foljambe.) 

802. Grant from Robert Nettiswrht to Thomas Meystour and 
William de Holme, chaplain, of a messuage, etc., in Chesterfeld, in 
the "Wykday marketh," between the lane from " Knyfsmythgatte " to 
the church, etc. Witn. Hugh Drapour, Roger Bauquell, Roger 
Poklynkton, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of SS. Philip and James [i May], 
2 Hen. IV. [1401]. (Foljambe.) 

803. Grant from Henry de Maunsfeld to Sir Nicholas de Longe- 
ford. Sir Thomas de Wendesley, Sir Nicholas de Gausehill, and Sir 
John Cokeyn, knts., Roger Leche, and Henry de Bothe, " scutifen," 
William Ingram, and William Frele, chaplains, and John de Maunsfeld, 
of all his lands, etc., in Chestrefeld, Boythorpe, Dronfeld, Walton, 
Haseland, and Brampton. Witn. Sir Ralph Frecchevile, knt., Robert 
de Plumley, etc. Dat. Fr. a. F. of Tr. of St. Thomas, M. [7 July], 

2 Hen. IV. [1401]. (Foljambe.) 

804. Lease, for 20 years, from William Aston, Adam Lister, and 
John de Barley to John Calcroft, of four acres of land lymg upon 
Sprolezerde [in Chesterfield]. Witn. Robert Whityngton, Roger 
Baukewell, John Normanton, etc. Dat. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar. J, 

3 Hen. IV. [1402]. (Foljambe.) 

8o«;. Grant from Robert Michelson to Adam Lyster and John 
Barley of a messuage in Chestrefeld. Witn. John Calcroft, Richard 
Baret, Robert Coke, etc. Dat. 5 Dec, 4 Hen. IV. [1402]. (Foljambe.) 

806. Quitclaim from Cecilia, widow of Henry de Manusfeld, and 
Joan, widow of Robert de Manusfeld, bro. of Henry, to Thomas 
Scharp and William Webbester, chaplains, of all the lands, etc., which 



lOO Chesterfield. 

the said Thomas and William have in Chesterfeld and in the fee of 
Walton, Dronfeld, and Boythorp, of the grant of William Tructok, 
chaplain, and Roger Rossyngton. Dat. 13 Apr., 5 Hen. IV. [1404]. 
(Foljambe.) 

807. Lease by Dame Johanne, Countess de Kent et Dame de 
Wake, from Thomas de Anneslee, William Calale, Roger Herdewyk, 
Johan Calale, and Roger Wormehill, of the manor of Chesterfield, for 
term of 20 years, at a yearly rent of 25 marks. Dat. Brune [co. Line], 
F. of Nat. of Our Lady [8 Sept.], 5 Hen. IV. [1404]. French. 
(Chest. Mun.) 

808. Lease, for 99 years, from Hugh Draper, Alderman of the 
Guild of the Holy Cross in Chestrefeld, and the Brethren of the same, 
to Thomas Baret, of a rood of land lying " behyndhand " [in Chester- 
field] between land of St. Mary's Guild and land of John Bromeholme. 
Dat. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 1405. (Foljambe.) 

809. Grant from Ranulph Bocher, Thomas Skynner, and Roger 
Asshe to William Hudson of Dronfield, chaplain, of a messuage, 
etc., in " Halywelgate," in the " Wekedaymarketh," abutting on the 
" olde markethstede," which he had of the grant of Robert Waplod. 
Witn. John Dorand, John Calcroft, John Normanton, etc. Dat. Th. 
a. F. of St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Foljambe.) 

810. Grant from John son of Robert the clerk of Somerlesowe 
to the Alderman, etc., of St. Mary's Guild, Chesterfeld, of a plot of 
land in Chesterfeld, at a yearly rent of a peppercorn'. Witn. Roger de 
Baukewell, John de Calcroft, etc. Dat. F. of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 
5 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Foljambe.) 

811. Defeasance of a grant from Robert de Whityngton and 
Robert de Barley to Hugh Draper and Roger Lech, knt., of lands, etc., 
which were formerly John Barley's, conditional upon the payment of 
;£34 <)s. Witn. John Durant, John Calcroft, John Normanton, etc. 
Dat. Sat. a. Easter [19 Apr.], 7 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Foljambe.) 

813. Grant from William Frely, chaplain, and Roger son of 
William Hanson, chaplain, to Mag. Robert Foliambe, clerk, John 
Mapples of Rotherham and William Webster, chaplain, of two acres 
in the fee of Dronfeld, in Pesecroft, next Fulbrok, one acre and one 
rood in Sayntemaxymedowe, two acres one rood in the fields of 
Chestrefeld at the Stongravell, three roods in the same fields on Golde- 
wellfflatte, three roods on and under Little Brokhull, seven acres in 
the fee of Brampton on the Moorflatte, and one and a half acres in 
the fee of Neubold. Witn. Ralph Frechevile, knt., William: de Dethek, 
knt., John FoUambe, etc. Dat. W. b. F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 
7 Hen. IV. [1406]. (Foljambe.) 

813. Grant from Hugh Draper of Chesterfield, Alderman of the 
Guild of Holy Cross, and the Brethren of the same, to Roger del 
Asshe of Chesterfield, of a tenement in the new market on the water 
of Hypur. Witn. Thurstan del Bowre, Roger Boler, William Broun, 
etc. Dat. Whitsunday [15 May], 8 Hen. IV. [1407]. (Bemrose.) 

814, Grant from John son of John Calall to William Calall and 
William Webster, chaplain, of his landsi, etc., in Chesterfield, etc. 
Witn. Thomas Foliaumb, Ralph de Clapwell, Richard Cook, etc. Dat. 
Chestrefeld, Th. a. F. of St. Vedast and St. Amandus [6 Feb.], 
10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Foljambe.) 



Chesterfield. lOi 

815. Release from William Porter son of Richard Porter, clerk, to 
Roger de Wyngreworth, of lands and tenements which formerly belonged 
to the said Richard in Chestrefeld, in a place called " Behynde the 
hand " ; and also of a bam [orreus] which formerly belonged to 
Innocentius Stonethakker. Witn. Thurstan de Boure, John Durant, 
Thos. Barrett, John de Normanton. Dat. Chesterfield, Vig. of 
St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Cott. xxviii. 91.) 

816. Grant from John de Normanton to William Webster, Thomas 
de Roodes, and John de Couentre, chaplains, and others of all his 
lands, goods, and chattels, etc., in Chestrefeld. Witn. Richard Cook, 
John Calcroft, jun., Roger Boolar. Dat. F. of the Assumption 
[15 Aug.], 10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Foljambe.) 

817. Grant from Ankerus de Norton of Staley to Richard Porter 
of Chesterfield and John, his son, of two burgages and two acres of 
land in the fee of Chesterfield and Newbold, which two burgages lie 
at the end of the new market of Chesterfield, and one acre of land 
lying at Goldwell on the road from Chesterfield to Barley, and the 
other between the lands of John Maunsefeld and Brampton Brigge and 
abutting on the water called Smale. Witn. Ralph Durand, Christian 
del Boure, Robert Whityngton, etc. Dat. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 
I Hen. V. [1414]. (Ogston.) 

818. Grant from Robert Tapton son and heir of Peter de Tapton 
to Thomas his son, for the term of his life, of a tenement in Chestre- 
feld in the new market, with remainder to Thomas Baret and Thomas 
Haukynman. Witn. Thurstan del Boure, Ralph Durand, John Marre, 
etc. Dat. F. of St. Mary Magd. [22 July], 2 Hen. V. [1414]. 
(Foljambe.) 

819. Lease from Thomas de Tapton, Thomas Baret, and Thomas 
Haukynman to the Alderman and Brethren of St. Mary's Guild, Chestre- 
feld, of a tenement in Chestrefeld in the new market. Dat. M. a. F. 
of St. Mary Magd. [22 July], 2 Hen. V. [1414]. (Foljambe.) 

820. Grant from John Calall son and heir of John Calall to 
Robert Whityngton, William Sutton, clerk, and Thomas Baret, of all 
his lands, etc., in the fee of Chestrefeld. Witn. Roger Bawckewell, 
Ralph Dorand, John Calcroft, etc. Dat. F. of H. Trinity [26 May], 
3 Hen. V. [1415]. (Foljambe.) 

821. Release from William Foxe of Hasland to Richard Hethcote 
of a cottage at the head of the new market in Chesterfeld. Dat. F. 
of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 4 Hen. V. [1416]. (Foljambe.) 

822. Grant from Roger Asshe of Chestrefeld and William Flyntham 
son and heir of Robert Flyntham, to John Gonor, etc., of a tenement 
and burgage in Chestrefeld, lying in the fee of the Dean of Lincoln. 
Witn. Ralph Durand, Roger Bawckewelle, William Bramptone, etc. Dat. 
Chestrefeld, Annunc. of B. V. M., 7 Hen. V. [1419]- (Woll. i. 83.) 

823. Grant from Richard Hawson, perpetual vicar of Chestrefeld, 
William Webster, and William Dunham, chaplains, to John Okor, of 
a messuage and tenement in Chesterfeld which they had of the feoffment 
of Dame Alice, widow of Sir Philip Okor, knt. Witn. Thomas Foliambe, 
Thurstan de la Boure, John Fayrechilde, etc. Dat. F. of St. John B. 
[24 June], 8 Hen. V. [1420]. (Foljambe.) 



102 Chesterfield. 

824. Release from Isabella Broun dau. of Robert Porter, to 
Thomas Baret, John Baret, clerk, and Thomas Gaule, of lands and 
tenements in Chestrefelde, in a place called the Hynd Hand. Witn. 
Thurstan del Boure, Will. Brampton, Rob. Brampton, etc. Dat. 
Chestrefelde, F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 9 Hen. V. [142 1]. 
(Harl. 112 G. 38.) 

835. Extract from- court-roll of the manor of Chestrefeld, recording 
that at a great court of the Countess of Kent [Lucy, widow of Edmund 
Holland, Earl of Kent, d. 1407], John Carre received seisin of a stall 
in the Drapery, to hold for 15 years at a yearly rent of i,d. Dat. 
W. b. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 10 Hen. V. [1422]. (Foljambe.) 

826. Grant from Johanna Gowle dau. and heir of Richard Gowle 
to John Leche of two stalls in the " Fyssherow " [in Chesterfield]. 
Witn. William Brampton, Robert Brampton, Richard Koke, etc. Dat. 
I Aug., 10 Hen. V. [1422]. (Foljambe.) 

827. Release from Henry Bothe and William Pyrton, esq., to 
Richard Cook of Chestrefeld and William Webster, clerk, of all their 
lands, etc., which lately belonged to John Maweger of Chestrefeld, in 
Chesterfield, Boythorp, and Hasseland [Hasland]. Witn. Henry 
Perepount, knt., Thurstan del Boure, esquire, Thomas Swaloc, Thomas 
Brygge, etc. Dat. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], i Hen. VI. [1423]. 
(Foljambe.) 

828. Grant from Richard Haweson, vicar of Chestrefeld, to Roger 
de Bawkewell and Margery, his wife, in tail of a messuage in Chestre- 
feld in " Halywellgate " and 22 acres of land in Newbolt, with remainder 
in tail successively to John, bastard son of Roger de Bawkewell, and 
to Robert Collynson of Chapell del Fryth. Witn. Ralph Durant, 
Thomas Baret. Dat. i June, 2 Hen. VI. [1424]. (Foljambe.) 

829. Grant from John Parkar, baker, of Chesturfeld, to Richard 
Hauson, vicar of Chesturfeld, of a curtilage beyond the bridge at the 
end of the Sowtergate [in Chesterfield]. Witn. William Marchall, 
Thomas Sudbery, Gilbert Castelton, etc. Dat. F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 1424. (Foljambe.) 

830. Release from Thomas Hampton of Marchynton to William 
Barbour, Thomas Fox, Henry Hervy, chaplain, and Thomas Saer, of 
three messuages in Chestrefeld, in Halewelgate, and all the lands, etc., 
which they lately had of the feoffment of Richard Haweson, vicar 
of Chestrefeld, Ralph Durand, and others. Witn. Robert Plumley, 
William Plumley, John Ljmacre, etc. Dat. Th. b. F. of St. Denis, 
Bp. [9 Oct.], 3 Hen. VI. [1424]. (Foljambe.) 

831. Letters patent of Henry VI. to John Colcayn and James 
Strangways to hold an assise of novel disseisin for the Alderman and 
Brethren of St. Mary's Guild in the church of All Saints, Chesterfield, 
against Johanna, widow of Robert Barley of Barleylees. Dat. West- 
minster, 20 Jan., anno 3 [1425]. (Foljambe.) 

832. Grant from Richard Mellers and Cristiana his wife to Thomas 
Baret, John Baret, clerk, and Roger Tapton, of a messuage with land 
called Blithecroft, in Chestrefeld. Witn. William Brampton, Richard 
Cooke, Thomas Brigge, etc. Dat. Fr. a, Michaelmas, 4 Hen. VI. 
[1425]. (Harl. 112 I. 60.) 



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833. Grant from Thomas Baret, John Baret, clerk, and Thomas 
Ooule to John Leche, of six stalls lying together in the new market 
ot Chestrefeld on the " Fyssherowe." Witn. WilUam Marshall, Thomas 
balcroft, Richard Salcroft, etc. Dat. i Mar., 4 Hen. VI. [1426!. 
(Foljambe.) l -r j 

834. Power of attorney from the Prior and Convent of Newstead 
[CO. Notts.] to William Chapman to deliver seisin to Thomas Gowle 
and Thomas Barley, clerk, of a waste tenement in Saltergate in 
Chestrefeld. Witn. Thomas Baret, William Brampton, Richard Cook, 
etc. Dat. Newested, 4 Dec, 1426. (Foljambe.) 

835. Extract of court-roll of Chestrefeld, recording the admission 
of John Lech to six burgages, one in " Fissherrowe " and the rest in 
"Sowterrowe" in Chestrefeld. Dat. W. a. F. of St. Martin Fn Nov.l 
6 Hen. VI. [1427]. (Foljambe.) 

836. Grant from Thomas Baret of Chestrefeld to Richard Baret 
and Katerine, his wife, of lands in Whyngby, Chestrefeld, and Calall, 
near Haselond. Witn. Will. Bramptone, Ric. Cooke, Rob. Bayly, etc. 
Dat. Chestrefeld, 16 Jan., 8 Hen. VI. [1430]. (Woll. i. 82.) 

837. Statement of the accompt of William Webster, chaplain, 
collector of the rents of St. Mary the Virgin in the church of All 
Saints, Chestrefeld, from Michs., 10 [Hen. VI.] to Michs., 11 [Hen. VI.] 
[1431-1432]. (Foljambe.) 

838. Grant from William Hudson to Thomas Foliamb, esq., 
Ralph Wode, Thomas Bythewater, and Richard Hadfield, of all the 
lands, etc., which he had of the grant of William Webster, chaplain, 
in Halewelgate, in Chestrefeld. Witn. Adam Saer, Henry Smyth, Roger 
Regotte, etc. Dat. 20 Sept., 15 Hen. VI. [1436]. (Foljambe.) 

839. Grant from Thomas Fox, Richard Innocent, Richard Hawson, 
chaplain, and Thomas Barley, chaplain, and Roger Tapton, to Hugh 
Horsyngton and Joan, his wife, of all the lands, etc., which were John 
Calhall's in Glewmangate and Marketstede in Chestrefeld. Witn. 
Thomas Calcroft, William Bradeshawe, Thomas Swalowe. Dat. 
15 Aug., 17 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Foljambe.) 

840. Lease from Henry Perpount, knt., and the Brethren of the 
Guild of H. Cross, Chesterfield, to Sir Richard Howson, chaplain, 
and Richard Howson, jun., his nephew, of half an acre of land by the 
road leading to Caloll [Calow]. Dat. F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.]. 
22 Hen. VI. [1444]. (Foljambe.) 

841. Quitclaim from Margery, widow of William Porter, to Thomas 
Foliambe, Alderman of Sl^. Mary's Guild, Chestrefeld, William Vv^ebster, 
and William Marshall, chaplains of the Guild, and all the members 
of the same, of all actions on account of her lands, etc., in Chestre- 
feld. Witn. Richard Hauson, chaplain, WiUiam Worsley, etc. Dat. 
Morr. of F. of Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 23 Hen. VI. [1445]. 
(Foljambe.) 

842. Grant from Thomas Fox of Cold Aston to Thomas Barret 
in tail, of lands, tenements, etc., which he had of the grant of Thomas 
Barret, father of the same Thomas, in Chestrefeld, Drownfeld, Neubold, 
and Tapton, with certain exceptions. Witn. Robert Barley, esquire, John 
Quyxley, John Owtram, etc. Dat. 10 Sept., 24 Hen. VI. [1445]. 
(Foljambe.) 



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843. General pardon under the great seal to the Brethren of the 
Guild of the Holy Cross in All Saints' Church, Chesterfield, for lands 
purchased in mortmain. Dat. 4 Nov., 25 Hen. VI. [1446]. (Chest. 
Mun.) 

844. Grant from Adam Saer of Chestrefeld to John Newton of 
three messuages in Chestrefeld in Haliwelgate, Eind all his lands, etc., 
which were formerly Adam Browne's in Chestrefeld, Newbold, and 
Tapton. Witn. John Fychett, Richard Carre, John Russell, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Thomas, Ap. [21 Dec], 27 Hen. VI. [1448]. (Foljambe.) 

845. Grant from Thomas Foliambe son and heir of Thomas 
Foliambe, esq., to Henry Foliambe, his brother, for life,' of all the 
lands, etc., in Chestrefeld which he had of the grant of William Webster, 
chaplain. Witn. Ralph Calcroft, vicar of Chestrefeld, Richard Calcroft, 
William Bradshaw, etc. Dat. F. of H. Innocents [28 Dec], 31 Hen. VI. 
[1452]. (Foljambe.) 

846. Grant from John Tapitur to John [Beaumont], Viscount 
Beaumont, Ralph Calcroft, vicar of Chesterfield, William Calcroft of 
Benyngton, and John son of the said John, of all the lands, etc., 
which he had of the grant of John Myln, chaplain, in Chestrefeld and 
Newbold. Witn. Richard Calcroft, John Calcroft, Robert Brettener, etc. 
Dat. Fr. b. Michaelmas, 32 Hen. VI. [1453]. (Foljambe.) 

847. Defeasance of a bond from William Owtrem to John Geyte 
of Thorne, co. York, in ;£20, conditional on the payment in two 
instalments of £^Z, the said John Geyte and Marget, his wife, being 
also bound in _;^20 to deliver to William Owtrem an estate "in a 
place in Betewelstrete," in Chestrefeld. Dat. Th. a. Tr. of St. Thomas 
[7 July], 34 Hen. VI. [1456]. (Foljambe.) 

848. Grant from Margaret Sympson, sister and heir of William 
Webster, formerly chaplain of St. Mary's Guild, Chestrefeld, to Thomas 
Foliambe and James Foliambe, chaplain, of all the lands, etc., in 
CO. Derby which the said William had of the grant and feoffment of 
John Calall. Dat. Fr. a. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 36 Hen. VI. 
[1458]. (Foljambe.) 

849. Lease from Robert Barley, esq., Alderman of the Guild of 
the H. Cross of Chestrefeld, and the Brethren of the same, to Richard 
Wyntour and Joan, his wife, of three burgages in " Potterraw." Dat. 
1460. (Foljambe.) 

850. Grant from Richard Carre of Chestrefeld, sen., to Henry 
Buntyng, of two messuages in Chestrefeld, in Knyfesmythgate. Witn. 
Richard Asche, James Masse, John Dale, etc. Dat. F. of St. Bar- 
tholomew [24 Aug.], 38 Hen. VI. [1460]. (Foljambe.) 

851. Lease from Ralph Hall to William Cley of Wynfeld of a 
tenement, etc. [in Chesterfield] which the said Ralph had of the demise 
of the Abbey of Beauchief, to hold for 96 years, paying after the first 
10 years is. 6d. to the Abbey. Dat. 14 Mar., 2 Edw. IV. [1462]. 
(Foljambe.) 

852. Charter of King Edward IV. to the Burgesses of Chester- 
field confirming the charter of King Henry III. Dat. Westminster, 
17 Aug., anno 4 [1464]. (Chest. Mun.) 



Chesterfield. 105 

853. Indenture by which Peter Burrell, sub-chanter, and the 
Company of Vicars covenant, in consideration of lands in Chesterfield 
and [Shenstone, co. Staff.], of a pension from Dale Abbey and other 
emoluments given them by Dean Heywood, to say a daily mass before 
the Image of Jesus. Circa 1472. (Lichfield K. 5.) 

854. Quitclaim from John [Talbot], third Earl of Shrewsbury, to 
Master Thomas Heywode, Dean of Lichfield, and William Hukyns, 
chaplain, of a messuage in Chestrefeld and land in Shenston [Shenstone, 
CO. Staff.]. Bat. Lichfield, 3 Feb., 12 Edw. IV. [1473]. (Stowe 48.) 

855. Power of attorney from Thomas Balle, chaplain, to John 
Foliambe of Walton, gent., and John Northege, chaplain, to deliver 
seisin to Henry Foliambe, lord of Walton, of a stall in Chastrefeld 
between Drapurrowe and Fleshamulz, of an acre of land in Boythorp 
on Ashland, and of all his lands in Boythorp, in the fee of Peersie 
and in Ekyngton. Dat. Walton, Fr. b. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 
13 Edw. IV. [1473]. (Foljambe.) 

856. Grant from John Ethcote of Chestrefeld, mercer, and William 
Whythyll of Brampton, smith, to Christopher Todd of Walton, yeoman, 
and Henry Cantrell of the same, husbandman, of their estate in lands, 
etc., in Chestrefeld and in the fees of Newbold, Brampton, and Boythorp, 
at a yearly rent of £,7^ i6s. 8d. to the abbot of Beauchief. Dat. F. 
of St. George [23 Apr.], 17 Edw. IV. [1477]. (Foljambe.) 

857. Power of attorney from Thomas son and heir of Thrustan 
Blakwall and Johanna, his wife, late of Chesterfelde, to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., to receive seisin of all their lands, etc., in Chesterfelde and to 
deliver and answer for the same in the King's Court there held, for 
three years. Dat. Walton, Wed. b. F. of S. Laurence [10 Aug.], 
18 Edw. IV. [1478]. (Foljambe.) 

858. Deed of sale by Thomas Blackwall, late of Chestrefeld, to 
Heniy Foliambe, of Walton, " suyer," of a tenement called " the Hartle " 
in Chestrefeld, in the market " on the northe partte y^ cros," the said 
Henry to pay for the same ^19 13J. i,d. Dat. M. b. F. of Ex. of H. 
Cross [14 Sept.], 18 Edw. [1478]. (Foljambe.) 

859. Letters of Thomas, Abbot of Beauchief, appointing Henry 
Foliambe, esq., to be receiver of rents and bailiff for the abbey in 
Chestrefeld, Brampton, and Hethe, for the life of the said abbot, 
paying yearly from the proceeds eight marks to the chaplain of the 
Holy Cross Gild at Chesterfield, and rendering a yearly accompt. Dat. 
Dronfeld, 12 July, 19 Edw. IV. [1479]. (Foljambe.) 

860. Composition made " be the avyse of Robert Gryssop then 
beyng Alderman of the Burgh of Chestrefeld" with the whole com- 
monalty of the Borough, for the good government of the same. Dat. 
3 Mar., 19 Edw. IV. [1480]. (Chest. Mun.) 

861. Letters patent of King Edward IV. to the Burgesses of 
Chesterfield, confirming to them the privileges which they possessed 
as tenants "de antiquo dominio Corone Anglie." Dat. Westminster, 
12 May, anno 20 [1480]. (Chest. Mun.) 

862. Grant from Richard Lostowe, late of Chestrefeld, " mylner," 
to Ralph, his son, and Alice, wife of the said Ralph, of a tenement 
in Chestrefeld on the western side of the New market. Witn. John 
Foliambe, gentilman, John Assh, Thomas Harvy, etc. Dat. Chestre- 
feld, F. of Corpus Christi [i June], 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. (Foljambe.) 



io6 Chesterfield. 

863. Bond from Thomas Hampton of Leycester, brother and heir 
of John Hampton, to Richaid Hethcote, in £,20, for warranty of a 
messuage and lands in Chesterfeld, Tapton, and Neubold, lately 
belonging to John Hampton. Dat. 22 July, 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. 
(Foljambe.) 

864. Award by William Attkynson, mercer, John Schentowe, and 
others, that Thomas Calcrofte, son of Richard Calcrofte, shall cause 
his feoffees to make an estate to himself and the heirs of his body 
of a messuage, etc., in Chestrefeld in the Newe Market, with remainder 
to Johanna, wife of Thomas White, and the heirs of their bodies; 
and that in the event of his having issue, "his said issue that shalbe 
his heire " shall pay to the said Johanna 20 marks. Dat. Chestrefeld, 
30 May, I Edw. V. [1483]. (Foljambe.) 

865. Release from John Smale of Allerhampton, co. Staff., barber, 
Thomas Smale, yeoman, and William Smale, yeoman, to Richard 
Heithcote of Chestrefeld, brasier, of all lands, etc., which he had by 
grant from Thomas Hampton, their uncle. Witn. Sir Ralph Cantrell, 
perpet. vicar of Chesterfield, Ralph Vernon, etc. Dat. Chesterfield, 
23 Mar., I Ric. IH. [1484]. (Foljambe.) 

866. Release from John Fox of Cold Aston, near Dranefeld, to 
Henry Foliambe of Walton, sen., of lands, etc., in Chestrefeld, Newbold, 
Donston, Langley, etc., which Thomas Fox, his father, had of the 
grant of Tho. Barrett, sen., and which should descend to him after 
the death of Thomas Barrett, clerk, son of Tho. Barrett, jun., son of 
Thomas aforesaid. Witn. Henry Vernon, John Leyke, Ralph Vernon, 
esqq., etc. Dat. Walton, Th. a. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 2 Ric. HI. 
[1484]. (Foljambe.) 

867. Declaration by Sir Thomas Balle, " prest," that neither 
John Calcroft, " ne his brodur Sir Rauffe Calcroft, y' was vycarr off 
Chesterfeld, ne Thomas Calcroft fadur off y= forsayd John and Rauffe," 
ever bought any land of his father his mother or himself, but that when 
he " was yonge and went vnto y= scole, my fadur and my moder were 
ryght pore and the sayd Rauffe Calcrofte vycarr dyd rewarde theym 
and me dyverrs tymes towarde my scole hyre and tuke apon hym and 
occupyed suche lyffelod as we hadde, some in the feldez and some in y= 
towne. Bot I ne nodur of theym never gaffe ne sold one fote off lyfflod 
bot one plas to Sir Richard Fleycher preste and geff on to Henry Foliambe 
esquyer all myne odur landes and tenementes," etc. Dat. Chesterfeld, 
13 Apr., 2 Ric. ni. [1485]. (Foljambe.) 

868. Grant from Henry Foliambe to John Rollesley of Rollesley, 
jun., John Dethykke of Braydesall, John Rollesley, son of Will. 
Rollesley, and William Dethykke, rector of Braydesall, of a yearly rent 
of eight marks from lands, etc., late John Barley's of Chestrefeld, and 
had by the said Henry from John Rollesley first named (excepting one 
place called " le halle of stage "), to hold the same for the life of 
the survivor of Robert Barley, son of John Barley, and Alice, his wife. 
Dat. 23 Dec, 2 Hen. VH. [i486]. (Foljambe.) 

869. Grant from Philip Lech, esq., to Richard Borowes, late of 
Chestrefeld, of a yearly rent of ds. Sd., with right of distraint on 
his lands, etc., in Chestrefeld. Witn. James Walker, Thurstan Folow, 
Tho. Fox, etc. Dat. F. of St. Wulstan, Conf. [19 Jan.], 2 Hen. VH. 
[1487]. (Foljambe.) 



Chesterfield. 107 

870. Acquittance from Robert Barley of Barley Lees, jun., son 
and heir of Robert Barley of Barley, sen., esq., to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., for ^£4 received by the hands of Thomas Foliambe in the parish 
church of Chestrefeld, in presence of Richard Asshe, alderman, and 
others, in part payment of ^20 due by virtue of an arbitration of John 
Savage, jun., knt. Dat. Chestrefeld, F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
2 Hen. VII. [1487]. (Foljambe.) 

871. Acquittance from Robert Barley of Barley, sen., esq., Elena, 
his wife, and Thomas, his son, to Henry Foliambe, esq., for 10 marks, 
paid in the parish church of Chestrefeld in presence of Richard Asshe, 
alderman, and others, in part payment of no marks due on an award 
of John Savage, jun., knt. Dat. Chestrefeld, F. of Nat. of St. John B. 
[24 June], 2 Hen. VII. [1487]. (Foljambe.) 

872. Grant from John Tomson, Alderman of the Gild of St. Mary 
in All Saints' Church, Chesterfield, and the Brethren and Sisters of 
the same, to Richard Oxle, chaplain, of a messuage opposite the church 
in Chesterfield, in which Laurence Pyper, late chaplain of the said 
Gild, formerly dwelt, together with a yearly rent or salary of 100^., 
with wine and light, to hold the same for life, on condition that he 
celebrate mass for the Gild and be present in the choir on Sundays 
and festivals, etc. Dat. Christmas Day, 1488. (Foljambe.) 

873. Charter of King Henry VII., confirming to the Burgesses 
of Chesterfield the charters of King Henry III. and King Edward IV. 
Dat. Westminster, 28 Oct., anno 10 [1494]. (Chest. Mun.) 

874. Lease from the Aldermen, Brethren, and Sisters of the Guild 
of the Blessed Virgin at Chesterfield to William Hervy, son and heir 
of Thomas Hervy, bocher, of an enclosure called Saintmareleys, lying 
between Cuttholme-lane and Brampton More, and a half acre of land 
in Loundmedowe; to hold for 21 years at a yearly rent of 15^. Dat. 
Chesterfield, F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], i495[6]- (Bemrose.) 

875. Charter of King Henry VIII. confirming to the Burgesses 
of Chesterfield the charters of Kings Henry III., Edward IV., and 
Henry VII. Dat. Westminster, 24 May, anno 3 [1511]- (Chest. Mun.) 

876. Charter of King Edward VI. confirming to the Burgesses 
of Chesterfield the charters of Kings Henry III., Edward IV., Henry VII., 
and Henry VIII. Dat. Westminster, 28 Nov., anno 2 [1548]. (Chest. 
Mun.) 

877. Letters patent of King Henry VIII. confirming a charter 
(dated 25 Sept., 1392) of King Richard II. (accidentally lost), and 
now seen on the Chancery Rolls, whereby the latter granted licence 
to Thomas Durant, John de Mannfield, Richard de Chesterfield, clerk, 
and John Innocent, to be a fraternity and guild in the church of All 
Saints, Chesterfield, in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Dat. 
26 Nov., anno 32 [1540]. (Chest. Mun.) 

878. Fine from Godfrey Foljambe to Humphrey Roe of a hundred 
messuages, etc., in Chesterfelde, Newbold, Langley, Wyngarworth, 
Thawthwyk [? Swathwick, nr. Wingerworth], Beley, Bradwey, Byrchett, 
Grenehyll, Norton, Ounston, Somerlees, Draunfelde, Haston [Coal 
Aston], Hanley, Woodhall, Ekyngton, Beghton, Derby, Norton Leys, 



io8 Chesterfield. 

Wurkysworth, Bonsall, Over Haddon, Abney, Hawpe, Castelton, 
Brampton, Tapton, Wyttyngton, Bremyngton, and Matlok, co. Derby. 
Dat. Martinmas Term, 33 Hen. VIII. [1541]. (Woll. ii. 71.) 

CHESTERFIELD v. also under BOYTHORPE, Calow, Derby, 

Eyam, Temple Normanton, Staveley, 

TuPTON, Walton. 

CLIFTON, near Ashbourne. 
(Clifftone, Cliftone, Cluffton.) 

879. Confirmation by Serlo fil. Serlonis de Grendone to Sara de 
Mungay of land which William, his brother, held from William de 
Cliftona in the territory of Cliftone. Witn. Robert de Bellafide, Geoffrey 
Selvein, Nigel de Prestewde, Richard de Okebroc, Ranulf de Shirleia, 
etc. Early 13th cent. (Woll. ix. 8.) 

880. Grant from Richard de Cubbeleg' to William de Cubbeleg' 
his son, of a toft in Parva Clifton, lying between the toft of Philip 
Sacerdos and the toft of William de la Launde. Witn. Simon de Clifftone, 
William de la Launde, Thomas fil. Heruici, Roger fil. Heruici, Richard 
fil. Heruici, Robert de Cubbeleg', Richard le Yeph, Alexander mercator, 
WiUiam de Esseburn'. Early Hen. III. (Drury.) 

881. Release from Matilda quondam uxor Hugonis de Aula de 
Wyardestone to Nicholas fil. ... de Marchyntone, of a messuage 
in Parva Cliftone. Witn. Will, le Chapman, Henry de Cobbeleye, 
etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 46.) 

883. Grant from Robert fil. Roberti fil. Willelmi de Parva Clifton 
capellanus, to Ralph de Derby of Bradeleye, baker, and the heirs of 
his body by Lettice, his wife, of a piece of meadow in Little Clifton 
near the highway leading from Asshebum to Clifton, called Parodys. 
Witn. John fil. Rudulfi de Bradeleye, baker, John de Roucestre, Henry 
Aleynknaue, Simon de Rossinton. Dat. apud Parva Clifton, Sat. b. 
Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 11 Edw. III. [1337]. (Okeover.) 

883. Grant from Margery de Cluffton fil. Roberti de Coblay sister 
and heir of John fil. dicti Roberti to John Cokayn " le Uncle," Richard 
Welbek of Campeden, Henry Wallour of Asschebum, Robert de 
Clufftone, and Henry Wallour, chaplains, of all her lands in Cluffton 
and Compeden, co. Derb. Witn. Richard Spicer of Assheburn, Richard 
de Makenay, John de Mapulton, etc. Dat. Compedenn, 28 Dec, 
5 Ric. IL [1381]. (Drury.) 

CLIFTON V. also under ASHBOURNE. 

CLOWN. 

884. Marriage settlement between Robert Eyre son of Robert 
Eyre of Padley and Elizabeth daughter of Nicholas Hodelston, by 
which lands in Romley [in Clown], Stauely, Tadynton, and Hope are 
given by the said Robert Eyre, the father, in trust to Thomas Fitz- 
William, sen., and Thomas Fitzwilliam, jun., esquires, Roger Eyre, 
Richard Alestre, Thomas Wymbische, and Thomas Byngham. Dat. 
30 Dec, II Edw. IV. [147 1]. (Harl. 83 E. 32.) 

COAL ASTON v. Aston, Coal. 



Codnor. 109 

CODNOR. 

(CODENORE, CODENOVERE, CODNORE.) 

885. Lease, for 20 years, from John fil. Jermani de Codenovere 
to Thomas fil. Henrici Columbel of the same, of lands in Codenovere, 
abutting on the wood of Denaby, etc. (other boundaries given at great 
length). Rent, an apple. Witn. Henry Columbel of Codenovere, Adam 
Haneby, John de Bosco, etc. Dat. Michaelmas, 1285. (WoU. iv. 7.) 

886. Grant from John fil. et her. Germani de Codenouere to Thomas 
fil. Henrici Columbel of the same, of land, with buildings upon it, in 
Codenovere ; rent, 55. Witn. William, dominus de Henouere, Henry 
Columb of Codenovere, Eudo de Henovere, etc. Temp. Edw. II. 
(Woll. iv. 6.) 

887. Grant from Heiuy Columbel of Codenovere to Aleyn Columbel, 
his brother, of a place of land called Patecroft [in Codnor]. Witn. 
Rob. de Henovere, Will de Findren, Will de Draycote, etc. Dat. 
6 May, 3 Edw. III. [1329]. (Woll. iv. 9.) 

888. Agreement for reversion of the land granted in the preceding 
charter to the grantor, failing right heirs of the grantee. Dat. 7 May, 
3 Edw. III. [1329]. French. (Woll. iv. 8.) 

889. Grant from Henry Columbel of Codenore to Aleyn Columbel, 
his brother, of an acre of land in Codenore at Lodhil in exchange 
for three roods called Hillok-leheia. Dat. Codnor, 20 May, 19 Edw. III. 
[1345]. French. (Woll. iv. 11.) 

890. Defeasance by Henry Chaumberleyn of a grant from Henry 
Columbel of Codenore of a place and thirty sellions of land, on 
payment of 15 J. dd. Dat. Codenore, S. a. F. of St. Peter ad-vincula 
[i Aug.], 1349. (Woll. iv. 16.) 

891. Grant from Richard de Basyngs of Codenore to Henry, his 
son, of Margaret fil. Johanne fil. Willelmi le Warde, his " nativa," whom 
he had of the gift of Dom. Richard de Wilughby, sen., mil., together 
with the lands of John le Ward in Codenore. Witn. Henry de Grey, 
sen., Walter de Ros, clerk. Will. Ferrour of Neuthorp, etc. Dat. 
Henore, F. of St. Peter ad-vincula, 33 Edw. III. [1359]- (Woll. iv. 13.) 

892. Grant from Richard de Basing, "pistor quondam domini 
Johannis domini de Codnore," to Roger le Koc of the same and 
Cecily, his wife, daughter of the said Richard, of all the lands m 
Codenore, late John le Warde's; rent lox. Witn. William de Draycote 
of Loschowe [Loscoe], Richard de Draycote, Adam Webster, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Petronilla [31 May^, 2 Hen. IV. [1401]. (Woll. iv. 18.) 

893. Grant from Thomas Columbell of Thorpe " in glebis," armiger, 
to Thomas Colville of Codenore, of lands in Codenore. Witn. John 
Lord de Grey, knt., Henry Grey, Ric. Newport, armigen. Dat. 10 Mar., 
7 Hen. VI. [1429]- (Woll. iv. 17.) 

894 Power of attorney by Roger Coke of Codnore and Cecily, 
his wife, to Henry Statham of Morley and Thomas Curtes of Codenore, 
to deliver to Henry Coke of Codnor, a messuage and three crofts 

there. Dat. Codnore, M. a. F. of St. Thomas, M. [29 Dec], 

17 Hen. VI. [1439]- (Woll. iv. 15.) 



no Codnor. 

895. Lease, for 18 years, from John Coke of Langley to Henry 
Coke, John son of Richard de Guallay, etc., of a messuage and two 
bovates of land in C[odenore ?] called Ward land; rent 12s. Dat. 
F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 1443. (Woll. iv. 14.) 

896. Memorandum of the Auditor of the deficit in the accounts 
of John Clerk, bailiff, collector of rents for the dower of Elizabeth, 
Lady de Grey, in the demesne of Codnore, for the year commencing 
F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 27 Hen. VI. [1448]. (Woll. iv. 34.) 

897. Power of attorney from John Combe and Elizabeth, his wife, 
to Roger de Parsones of Codnore, to deliver to John Clerk of the 
same a messuage and lands in Codnore. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Michael, 
28 Hen. VL [1449]. (Woll. iv. 23.) 

898. Exchange, for 20 years, by Henry Cook of Codnor with 
John Clerk, Parker of Codnor Park, of half an acre of land called 
" Blake ote acre " and half an acre lying in the Park-furlong, on 
condition that " yf y^'' be any myne of cole gate of y^ said half acre 
cald blake ote acre y' then y= said John Clerk schall deliver yerly vnto 
y^ said Henry or to his assignes iii roke cole duryng y^ myne of 
y^ said half acre." Witn. John Wawden, bailiff of Codnor, Roger Rage, 
John Tymborhill. Dat. 20 Jan., 28 Hen. VI. [1450]. (Woll. iv. 26.) 

899. Memorandum by the Auditors of the surplus in the accounts 
of John Clerk, bailiff, collector of rents for the dower of Elizabeth, 
Lady de Grey, in the demesne of Codnore, from the F. of St. Martin 
Bp. [ii Nov.] to 5 Aug., 29 Hen. VI. [1450-1]. (Woll. iv. 32.) 

900. Order by Henry, Lord de Gray, to the bailiff of his manor 
of Codnor, after inspecting Letters Patent of Henry, Lord de Grey, 
his father, confirming to John Clarke of Strounsell the custody of his 
parks of Codnor and Aldecar, with a daily payment of 2d. Dat. 
Codnor, 20 Jan., 37 Hen. VI. [1459]. (Woll. iv. 31.) 

901. Quitclaim from Henry, Dominus de Gray, to John Broke and 
Joan, his wife, and their heirs, of a messuage and bovate of land in 
Codnore, which they lately acquired from Henry, Dominus de Gray, 
his father. Witn. Richard Malore, constable of Codnor Castle, John 
Fonglay, rector of Henore, William Lace, etc. Dat. 20 Feb., 
37 Hen. VI. [1459]. (Reliquary xi. 51.) 

902. Sale, for ^Qi"] los., by Herry Grey, knt.. Lord Grey [of 
Codnor], and Dame Margaret, his wife, to William Roodes of Notyng- 
ham of all trees, wood, underwood, etc., lying between Boterley Park 
and Codnor Park, to Michaelmas, 1478. Dat. 23 Apr., 14 Edw. IV. 
[1474]. (Woll. iv. 22.) 

903. Lease, for nine years, from Robert Rempstone, esq., to John 
Clerk of Codnor, of lands in Codnor; rent, 13.?. ^d., in defeasance of 
a grant by the said John of the same lands to the said Robert for 
10 marks. Dat. CecoU. of St. John B. [29 Aug.], 14 Edw. IV. [1474]. 
(Woll. iv. 20.) 

904. Power of attorney from Robert Rempstone, esq., to William 
Chadwyk and William Roodes, to receive lands in Codnore. Dat. 
27 Aug., 14 Edw. IV. [1474]. (Woll. iv. 21.) 



Coton-in-the- Elms. 1 1 1 

Tsrn**^" u J'^^^'^™^^ between Sir John St. John and Sir Henry 
Willoughby, knts., and Thomas Leelce and Roger Johnson, recoverers 
ot divers lands, etc., of the late Henry, Lord Grey. A bargain was 
made between Lord Grey and John Zouche for sale and purchase of 
the manor and castle of Codnore and the manors and lordships of 
Henor, Losco, and Langley, and of Estwayte, co. Notts., all which 
Zouche was to have immediately on the decease of Lord Grey; and 
of the reversion of his lands in Bitame and Castle Bitame, co. Lincoln, 
and of lands in Essex and Kent worth ;£ioo yearly, belonging to the 
said lord, which Zouche was to have on the decease of Katherine, 
wife of Lord Grey, paying therefor 600 marcs, of which ;£ioo is paid 
to Dame Kathenne, executrix and late wife to Lord Grey, and to 
the said Tho. Leek. Thomas and Roger now agree to make to Sir 
John and Sir Henry (at cost of latter) a sufficient and lawful estate 
of premises in cos. Derby and Notts. Dat. 18 Aug., i; Hen VII 
[1500]. (P. R. O., A. 547, 548.) 

906. Lease, for 10 years, from Thomas Cooke of Codnor, yeoman, 
to Thomas Clerk of the same, yeoman, of lands in Codnor and 
Heighnor; rent, 195. Dat. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.l, 8 Hen. VIII. 
[1516]. (Woll. iv. 25.) 

907. Decree in a suit between Sir Robert Peygden al. Pygden, 
priest, complainant, and George Zouche, esq., defendant, before the 
"King's Counsaille," by which it is determined that the said Robert 
Peygden is to retain possession of the Free Chapel called St. Nicholas' 
Chapel, within the castle of Codnor, with the " mancyon house" 
attached and the commodities attached to the said chapel, to which 
he was presented by the late John Zouche, knt., by his deed also 
subscribed by the same George, from which chapel the latter had 
deforced him. Dat. 11 Feb., 33 Hen. VIII. [1542]. (Bemrose.) 

COMPTON V. under ASHBOURNE. 

COTON-IN-THE-ELMS. 

(Cotes, Cothes, Coton.) 

908. Quitclaim from Stephen de Bello Campo to Burton [on Trent] 
Abbey of the vill of Cotes, which he had unlawfully seized. Late 
1 2th cent. (Stowe 49.) The text is: — 

Uniuersis sancte matris ecclesie filiis ad quos presens scriptum 
peruenerit Stephanus de BellO' Campo salutem. Nouerit uniuer- 
sitas uestra me reddidisse et quietam clamasse Deo et sancte Marie 
et sancte Modewenne uirgini de Burtona et monachis ibidem Deo 
seruientibus uillam de Cotes cum omnibus pertinenciis suis quam 
iniuste occupaueram in perpetuum pacifice et quiete tenendam et 
habendam absque omni reclamatione de me uel heredibus meis. 
Et ut hec quieta clamacio rata et inconcussa perseueret ego presentis 
scripti testimonio et sigilli mei appositione roboraui. Hiis 
testibus, Johanne de Cadomo, Galfrido de Wiuerdestan, Hugone 
clerico de Derebi, Michaele seruiente prioris de Tutesberia et multis 
aliis. 

909. Quitclaim from William fil. Warini de Upton to Stephen de 
Segrave of the vill of Cotes (formerly belonging to Stephen de Bello 
Campo, who held it from the King), with the consent of the sisters 



112 Coton-in-the-Elms. 

of the said Stephen de Bello Campo, viz., Isolda, Matildis, Alina, and 
Idona. Witn. Walter de Besebosc, Richard, Abbot of Hales, Walter 
de Bello Campo, etc. Early Hen. III. (Gresley.) 

910. Grant from Ralph de Ardeme, with consent of Alina, his wife 
(confirmed in presence of King Henry) to Stephen de Segrave, of the 
land and tenement in Cotes sometime belonging to Stephen de Bello 
Campo, brother to the said Alina. Witn. R[alph], Bishop of Chichester, 
Chancellor, R[ichard], Bishop of Durham, J[osceline], Bishop of Bath, 
W[alter], Bishop of Carlisle, Treasurer, Hugh le Dispenser, Robert de 
Lexinton. Circ. 1230-1235. (Gresley.) 

911. Grant (and confirmation in the king's presence) from Ysolda de 
Bello Campo to Stephen de Segrave, of the land and tenement in Cotes, 
sometime belonging to Stephen de Bello Campo, her brother. Same 
witnesses as in preceding charter, together with Henry de Braibroc. 
Circ. 1230-35. (Gresley.) 

912. Grant from Gilbert de Segrave to Adam fil. Ricardi Pistoris 
in free marriage with Amabilia fil. Philippi de Wythme, of a virgate 
of land in Cothes, which Henry fil. Hoseberti, his naif, held, and a 
plot of meadow called Brouneshurst with his garden in Cotes; annual 
rent, 55. Witn. Dom. Rich, de Mundevylle, Dom. Adam Maweyswn, 
Dom. Will, de Wasteneys, Ralph Camerarius, jun., etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
[1241-1254]. (Gresley.) 

913. Grant from Isolda, que fuit uxor Nicholai le Mulner de Coton, 
to William Scot de Rostelaston of land in the fields of Coton, lying on 
le Haystowe, Le Hascheforlong, and at Le Breche. Witn. Richard 
Isabel de Rostelaston, Ralph Mareys de eadem, William Talbot, etc. 
Dat. Coton, M. a. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 21 Edw. III. 
[1347]- (Gresley.) 

914. Quitclaim from Matilda, quondam uxor Thome Baron de 
Rostliston to Richard Heyne de Melborne of all the lands and tenements 
in Rosliston and Coton, which sometime belonged to Thomas, her 
husband. Dat. Yclyngton, i Jan., i Ric. II. [1378]. (Gresley.) 

COTON-IN-THE-ELMS v. also under Bretby, Repton, 
Rosliston. 

COWLEY. 

(COLLEY.) 

915. Grant from Colleta, widow of Hugh de Momsale, to Peter 
Mote and Margery, his wife, and Bawdwyn, their son and heir, of a 
moiety of all the lands which descended to her from her parents in 
Colley. Witn. William de Bontessale, William Bulneys, rector, Hugh 
Orenge. Dat. Derleye, M. a. F. of St. John, a.p.l. [6 May], 43 Edw. III. 
[1369]. (Hallowes.) 

COWLEY V. also under WiGLEY. 

CRICH. 

(Crouch, Cruch, Cruche, Crych.) 

916. Copy (i6th cent.) of a confirmation, for 20s., by Hubert fil. 
Radulfi to Peter de Wakebrugg fil. Ranulfi of land which he held in 
the time of Peter, his uncle, except the dower which the said Hubert 



Crick. 113 

gave him with Emma, his daughter, in Cruch and Suth Kethome; 
rent, a pound of pepper. Witn. Robert Daincurt, parson of Scardeclif, 
Geoffrey de Musters, Peter de Dethec, etc. Early 13th cent. (?). 
(Woll. vi. 49.) 

917. Acknowledgment by Brian de Bromtone of the receipt of 
;£i20 from Richard son and heir of WilHam de Grey, for the ward of 
the manor of Cruch which the king granted him during the minority 
of the heirs of Dom. Anker de Frecheuile. Dat. Warewic, F. of 
SS. Peter and Paul [29 June], 54 Hen. III. [1270]. (Harl. 86 G. 55.) 

918. Memorandum that on the F. of St. Stephen [26 Dec], 
22 Edw. I. [1293], Richard de Grey surrendered to Ralph de Frecheville, 
at Cruch, by the hands of William Karewalle, 23 charters and deeds, 
which had been kept in his custody. (Harl. 46 H. 20.) 

919. Sale by Ralph de Frecheuuile of Cruch to Dom. John Giffard 
of Chilintone, mil, of the wardship and marriage of Ralph fil. et her. 
Radulfi de Latheberi, or, in case of his death, of Robert, his brother. 
For the performance of which the said Ralph binds himself in ;^20o. 
Witn. Dom. Hugh de Meverel, Dom. Robert de Touke, Dom. John de 
Beufyis, etc. Temf. Edw. II. (Woll. ix. 31.) 

920. Copy of an acquittance by Ralph de Frecheville to Peter de 
Wakebrugg, for i,s. &d. and a pound of pepper, for certain reliefs and 
services. Witn. Geoffrey de Stanford, steward, Geoffrey de Plaustowe. 
Dat. Crouch, T. b. F. of SS. Philip and James [r May], 9 Edw. II. 
[1316]. (Woll. vi. so.) 

921. Letters Patent of Edw. III., whereby, in consideration of 
10 marks paid by William de Wakebrugge, licence is granted to the 
Prior and Convent of Thurgarton, co. Notts., to tax their manors of 
Thurgarton, Fyskertone, Morton, Houryngham, and Crophulle Botiler 
[Fiskerton, Hoveringham, Cropwell Butler, co. Notts.], in ^6 of annual 
rent for the support of a chaplain to pray for the good estate of the 
King and of Philippa [of Hainault], the Queen, of Edward, Prince of 
Aquitaine [the Black Prince], and the said William and Elizabeth, his 
wife, in the church of Cruch; and in a like rent of 40s. to Richard 
David, chaplain of the chantry of SS. Nicholas and Katerine in the 
same church, founded by the said William, and in a like rent of 20^-. 
to Richard Walesby, chaplain at the chapel of St. John the Baptist 
and St. John the Evangelist of Normanton next Southwell. Dat. Westm., 
10 Feb., 42 Edw. III. [r368]. (Woll. iv. 58.) 

922. Grant from William de Kynardesey to William de Dethek, 
lent., of the manor of La Lee [in Crich], with its appurtenances in 
Schokthom, Wetecroft, Plastowe, Wakebrug, and Holewaus; to hold 
by rent of a rose at Midsummer. Dat. Dethek, M. a. F. of St. Hilary 
[13 Jan.], 15 Ric. II. [1392]. (Holland.) 

933. Lease, for 60 years, from Elyzabeth, Prioress of the Nunnery 
of Derby, to John Pole, son and heir of Rauff Pole of Wakebruge of 
a field called Nunnefeld in Crych ; rent, 4s. Dat. 30 May, 6 Hen. VIII. 
[1514]. (Woll. iv. 51.) 

924. Extract from a document containing particulars of a grant 
by Henry VIII. to John Bellowe and Robert Bygott of a close called 
Nonneclose or Nonnefeld, lying in Barrowcote or Borowcote, in Criche, 
late belonging to the Priory of De Pratis al Kyngesmedes. Dat. 
Westm., 22 Nov. a°- 38 [1546]. (Woll. x. 68.) 
8 



114 



Crich. 



925. Court-roll of Wessington and Cniche. Tem-^. Hen. VIII. 
(Well. X. 9*.) 

CRICH V. also under Plaistow, Tansley, Wirksworth. 

CROMFORD. 

(Crumford.) 

926. Release, for four marks, from Agnes, fil. Ranulfi de Crum- 
forde, widow, to John, her son and heir, of two bovates of land in 
Crumford. Witn. Jurdan de Snitertone, Robert de Esseburne, John 
fil. Gamel, etc. Temf. Hen. III. (Woll. viii. 16.) 

CROMFORD V. also under WiRKSWORTH. 

CROXALL. 

(Croxhall )| 

927. Lease from the Abbot and Convent of Welbeck to John, Duke 
of Lancaster, of the pasture of Croxhall [CrukhuU] and all the buildings 
thereon, as fully and entirely as the charters of King John purport, 
for term of three years, at 10 marks rent per annum. Dat. F. of 
St. Bartholomew [Aug. 24], 17 Ric. II. [1393]- (D- of L.) 

CROXALL V. also under Catton. 

CUBLEY. 

(Cobbelag, Cobele.) 

928. Grant from Ralph Pyppard to Ralph de Lathebury, his 
chamberlain, of a rent of loj-. from Bussuns [in Cubley]. Witn. 
Dom. Henry de Braylesford, Giles de Meynill, John de Bakepuz, milites, 
etc. Dat. Rutherfeld Pippard [Rotherfield Peppard, co. Oxon], S. a. 
F. of SS. Philip and James [i May], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. (Woll. ix. 28.) 

939. Grant, for life, from Walter de Montegomery to Alan 
Molendinarius [Miller] of Cobele, of the mill of Cobele; rent, four' 
marks. Witn. Richard le Foun, Ralph de Bakepus, Henry de Bentle, 
etc. Dat. Th. b. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. 
(Woll. ix. 52.) 

930. Grant from William Sapurton, capellanus, and John Roger to 
Walter Mountegomery in tail male of the manors of Cubley, Sudbury, 
and Aston, with all other the lands which they had of the grant of 
the said Walter in Hill Somersall and Potter Somersall. Witn. William 
de Waryngton, William Bochervyl of Sudbury, Nicholas Mountegomery. 
Dat. 10 May, 15 Edw. Ill [1341]- (Foljambe.) 

931. Grant from Walter Mountegomery to William Akover, 
dominus de Snelleston, of the manors of Cobbelag, Marston Mounte- 
gomery, and all his lands at Snelleston, to the grantor's use for his 
life, with remainder in tail male to the use nf Nicholas Mountegomery, 
his son and heir. Witn. William de Halis, Geoffrey de Mountegomery, 
Richard de Aula, etc. Circ. 1350. (Foljambe.) 



Dale Abbey. 115 

DALBURY. 

(Dalebire.) 

932. Grant, in free marriage, from Robert de Beaufei to Nicholas 
fil. Walkelini, with Avice, his daughter, of a meadow " inter gardinum 
de Dalebir' et Litlehul " which Robert fil. Walkel[ini] held from him. 
Witn. Henry fil. Walk[elini], Hugh, Decanus, Michael de Langeford, 
Ralph de Bakepuz, Simon de Sancto Mauro, etc. Early 13th cent. 
(Woll. X. 23.) 

DALBURY V. also under Trusley. 

DALE ABBEY. 

(Depedal, de Parco Stanle, La Dale, Stanley Park, 
Park Stanley.) 

933- Confirmation from Peter de Sandiacre to the House of 
St. Mary of Depedale of four acres of land which his ancestors gave 
to the said House, in soul-alms for his wife, his children, and his 
father; for which grant the Canons of St. Mary of Depedale gave him 
125. Late Hen. II. (Add. 47504.) 

Omnibus sancte matris ecclesie filiis ad quos hoc scriptum 
peruenerit, Petrus de Sandiacre salutem. Nouerit uniuersitas 
uestra me concessisse et hac present! carta mea confirmasse Deo 
et domui Sancte Marie de Depedal quatuor acras terre illas scilicet 
quas antecessores mei predicte domui dederunt in perpetuam 
elemosinam pro me et uxore mea et natis meis et pro anima patris 
mei et omnium antecessorum meorum, lib ere et quiete ab omnibus 
seruitiis. Pro hac autem concessione et confirmatione canonici 
sancte Marie de Depedal dederunt mihi duodecim solidos. His 
testibus, Roberto de Muscha[mp], et d[u]obus filiis suis scilicet 
Hugone et Roberto, Hugone de Muscha[mp], Waltero de Hali[n], 
Roberto de Hereford, Ricardo de Buirun, Willelmo de Grendun, 
Fucher de Grendun, Hugone del Haie, Willelmo de Egnesham, 
Roberto de Sallou, et multis aliis. 

934. Confirmation from Roger de Strettone to Richard Venator 
of a grant by Walter [de Senteney], Abbot, and Convent de Parco 
Stanl' [Dale Abbey] of a tenement held of the Canons there. Witn. 
Ralph, capellanus de Esseovere, Dom. Roger de Strettone, Adam de 
Hanley, John de Wakebrige, Robert de Oggediston, William le Venur. 
Circ. 1204-1235. (Woll. vii. 2.) 

935- Inspeximus by Alexander [de Stavenby], Bishop of Coventry 
and Lichfield, of the Bull of Pope Honorius III., confirming to the 
monks of the Premonstratensian Order certain privileges granted them 
by his predecessors in reference to the Abbey of Dale or Stanley Park. 
Dat. Laterani V. Id Mali [11 May], anno i Pontif. [12 17]. (Woll. 
xi. 22.) 

936. Confirmation from Peter de Sandiacre to the Premonstraten- 
sian Canons de Parco Stanleie of lands in Sandiacre which Richard 
fil. Roberti de Stapleford and Philip de Touke gave them. Witn. 
William de Mucham, Archdeacon of Derby [1199-1231], William de 
Grendone, Robert persona de Morley, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. 
vi. I.) 



ii6 Dale Abbey. 

037. Bull of Pope Gregory [IX.], to the Archbishop of Canterbury 
and others commanding them to excommunicate those who have mjured 
the Abbot and Brethren de Parco Stanley, if laity, publicly, candehs 
accensis," and if clergy, by suspension frorn office Dat. Laterani 
vii. Kal. Febr. [26 Jan.], a° 7 Pontif. [1234]. (Woll. xi. 24.) 

038 * Deed by which Robert de Ferrars, son and heir of William 
de Ferrars, takes the Abbey of Park Stanley under his protection. Dat. 
Vig. of SS. Philip and James [30 Apr.], 4? Hen. III. [1263]. (Pole- 
Gell.) 

030. Bull of Martin [IV.], Pope, confirming tne liberties of the 
Abbey of La Dale, Ord. Prsemonstr., Dioc. Lichf., beg. " Cum a nobis 
petitur." Dat. Citta Vecchia, v. Kal. Mali [27 Apr.], anno 3 Pontit. 
[1283]. (Woll. xi. 2.) 

040 Grant from Richard fil. Petri de. Sandiacre to the Canons 
" de Parco Stanley " [Dale Abbey] of " totum Wersenape in terntono 
de Sandiacre" to their use and for common pasture. Witn. R— —, 
Prior de Lenton, Geoffrey de Sallicosa Mara, Robert Le Vavasur, Hugh 
de Morleg', etc. Temf. Edw. I. (Add. 475°6-) 

041 Copy of charter whereby Richard fil. Petri de Sandiacre 
confirms to the church and the Canons of St. Mary of Stanley Park 
in frankalmoigne the whole of his wood of Drisco [m Sandiacre] with 
the land of the same; also he quitclaims all his right in the wood 
which is called Blithgare, with the whole of the land from the nvulet 
of "Bromesbroc" between thp park of Chirchehalla and the park of 
Stanley as far as "in Wacellum," near the park of Chirchehalla, and 
from thence the whole wood with the land from the aforesaid " Wacel- 
lum" to the way dividing the woods of Chirchehalla and Westhala, 
[Kirk Hallam and West Hallam]. Temp. Edw. I. [?]. (Bodl. D.C. 11.) 

942. Grant from William de Bonay, Abbot, and the Convent of 
Dale to " their very honoured Lord," WiUiam la Zouche, " Seygneur de 
Toteneys at de Haryngworht," and to Dame Agnes la Zouche, his 
"compaygne," of participation in the privileges, prayers, masses, etc., 
of the said Abbey, with requiems on their anniversaries, and on those 
of William la Zouche, father of the said William, who died in a.d. 1385 ; 
for Elizabeth "sa compaigne," who died on ix. Kal. Jun. ; for Sire 
Henry de la Grene, knt., father of the above-named Agnes, who died 
viii Id. August.; for the mother of the said Agnes, who died Prid. Id. 
Novembr. ; for Sire WilHam de Clynton, Earl of Huntingdon, who died 
ix. Kal. Sept. ; and for Dame Juhana, the Countess of Huntingdon. Dat. 
"al Abbey del Dale," 13 Feb., i385[6]. Seal of arms of William la 
Zouche. (Add. 47495.) 

943. Lease, for lives, from the Abbot and Convent of Dale to 
William Thuryff and Agnes his wife, and to John and Robert his sons, 
of a messuage in Lamcote juxta Radclyf [Lamcote in Radcliffe, co. 
Notts.], with meadows, pastures, etc., and a culture of land called 
Colgrenewong in the fields of Radclyf; rent, 20.?., the lessees to keep 
the houses, etc., in good repair, but the timber to be supplied by 
the Abbey, who will carry it as far as Nottingham, from whence it is 
to be carried at the lessees' expense. Dat. Dale, Th. a. Ann. of 
B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 1404. (Add. 4778o.) 

* This and several other early charters referred to in Historical Commission 
Report ix, part II, 402, 403, could not be found on my visit to Hopton in August, 
1902. I.H.J. 



Darley. 117 

944. Composition between John Cheyne, Canon of Lichfield and 
Prebendary of Sandiacre, and Henry, Abbot, and the Convent of Dale, 
al. de parco Stanley, as to the tithes of Whithornedale, between the 
wood of Warsnapes and Crosfiat, and extending from the said Abbey 
to Sallowe up to the high road from Sandyacre. Dat. 19 Oct., 
6 Hen. IV. [1404]. (Lichf. C. 49.) 

945. Confirmation by the Bishop and by the Dean and Chapter 
of Lichfield of a certain composition entered into between the Prebendary 
of Sandiacre and the Abbot of Dale, concerning certain tithes per- 
taining to the church of Sandiacre. Dat. 12 June, 1404. (Lichf. C. 50.) 

946. Bond from Richard Notingham, Abbot, and the Convent of 
Dale, to John Knyveton, son of Richard Knyveton of Bradley, esq., 
in 40 marks, to observe covenants. Dat. Chapter House of the Abbey, 
10 Mar., I Hen. VIH. [15 10]. (Woll. i. 78.) 

947. Register of Dale Abbey, containing copies of about five 
hundred charters of the Abbey. (Cotton MS., Vespasian E. xxvi.) 

DALE ABBEY v. also under Chesterfield, Mapperley, 
OcKBROOK, Stanton. 



DARLEY. 

(Derlagh, Derleye.) 

948. Grant from Ysabel fil. Will. Rupheint of Hackinhale and 
of Cecilia, quondam uxoris sue fil. Henrici fil. Emme of Derl[eye], to 
John Magot and Mariota, his wife, of lands in the vill and territory 
of Derl[eye] and Farnley [Farley, co. Derby], which fell to her on 
her mother's death; rent, an apple at Christmas. Witn. Ric. de 
Lancerchumbe, clericus, Hugh fil. Andrea de Derl[eye], Rob. de 
Stanclif, tunc diaconus, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. i. 2.) 

949. Grant from Ranulf de Snutertone to Thomas, his son, of a 
messuage and land which Henry de Etewelle held in Derlagh and a 
meadow in Stanclif. Witn. Dom. Robert de Dethek, mil., Roger de 
Wednisl', John de Suttone, etc. Dat. Derleghe, F. of Ann. of B. V. M. 
[25 Mar.], 32 Edw. [I. 1304]. (Woll. i. i.) 

950. Grant from John fil. Ricardi Gerlaund of Derleye to Cecily, 
que fuit uxor Ricardi Gerlaund, of the same, of a rent of 335. ^d. 
from lands within the parish of Derley. Dat. Notingham, W. b. F. 
of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 20 Edw. III. [1346]. (Woll. i. 3.) 

951. Grant from Henry de Mapultone, rector of the church of 
Bonesale [Bonsall], and Richard Wyttlome, chaplain, to Dom. James 
de Audley, dominus de Audley, John Columbelle of Derley, and Roger 
Columbelle, of lands in Derley which they held of the feoffment of 
Richard de Kymburley, clericus de Wynfeld. Witn. John de RoUesle, 
Roger Wormell, Roger Jacsone, etc. Dat. Derley, F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 6 Hen. VI. [1427]. (Woll. i. 4.) 

952. Marriage settlement of John, son and heir-apparent of Rauf 
Wether of Ilom, co. Staff., and Elizabeth Columbell, dau. of Roger 
Columbell of Derley, co. Derb. Dat. 20 Aug., 11 Hen. VIII. [1519]. 
(Drury.) 



J I J5 Darley. 

ot;^ Copy of an indenture whereby Sir William Drurye, knt., and 
Dame" Elizabeth, his wife, one of the cousins and heirs of William 
Plompton, esq., sell to William Nedham of Thomesett, gent., the moiety 
of the manors of Darley and Edynsoure, with lands in Stanton, PyUysley, 
Calton, and Calton Lees, which had descended to the said Ehzabeth 
and to Dame Jane, her sister, wife of Sir John Constable. Dat. 
IS May, I Edw. VI. [1547]- (Woll. xi. 40.) 

954 Grant from William de Nedham of Thomsett to Elizabeth 
Nedham, his mother, of an annuity of £t.o, arising from a moiety of' 
his manor of Derley and other lands in the county. Dat. 14 July, 
2 Edw. VI. [1548]. (Hallowes.) 

DARLEY ABBEY v. under DERBY. 

DENBY. 

955 Grant from Richard fil. Gilberti de Kylbume to Richard 
Kaysse fil. Joh. Kaysse of Kylbume of three acres of land "m parco 
de Bol" [in Denby], with the wood growing thereon, the said three 
acres to be measured by the perch of twenty-four feet. Witn. William 
Weye, John Threesse, William Gourell, etc. Dat. M. a. Inv. of H. 
Cross [3 May], 8 Hen. VI. [143°]- (Woll. iv. 73.) 

956. Extract from court-roll of the Prior of Lenton recording that 
Margaret, relict of John Horseley, late of Denby, was admitted to a 
messuage, two bovates of land, etc., in Denby during the minority of 
her son and heir William de Horseley. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Luke 
[18 Oct.], 9 Hen. VI. [1430]- (Drury-Lowe.) 

957. Grant from Laurence Lowe, Dominus de Denby, to George 
Lowe and Thomas Lowe, his brother, Oliver Blakwall, rector of Barton- 
in-le-Denys, Nicholas Blakwall, vicar of Beston, Otiwell Lowe, Brian 
Lowe, sons of the said Laurence, and others, of the manor and 
lordship of Denby, with lands in Denby and Kilburn. Witn. John, 
Abbot of Dale, Ralph Saucheverell, esq., John Saucheverell, his son, 
dominus de Morley, and others. Dat. i Apr., 23 Edw. IV. [1483]- 
(Drury-Lowe.) 

958. Award by William Huse, knt.. Chief Justice of King's 
Bench, and Sir Guy Fairfax, knt.. Justice of King's Bench, in settlement 
of a dispute between Lord Henry Grey and Laurence Lowe, con- 
cerning an annual rent of £,if) 6s. M. out of the manor of Denby, 
viz., that the said Laurence retain possession of the manor, subject 
to the payment of the above rent to Lord Grey. Dat. 20 Sept., 
5 Hen. VIII. [1513]. (Drury-Lowe.) 

959. Grant from Laurence Lowe, Humphrey Lowe, Ottiwell Low, 
sons of the said Laurence and George Lowe, his brother, to Henry 
Grey, Lord Grey, of the said annual rent during his life, reserving the 
right, if the said annuity be in arrear 40 days, to distrain on their 
lands in Ashburn, Ofcote, Underwood, Eyton, Stourston, and Bradley, 
or elsewhere in co. Derby. Dat. 9 Feb., 5 Hen. VIII. [1514]- 
(Drury-Lowe.) 

960. Fine levied at Easter, 20 Hen. VIII. [1529], whereby Richard 
Paynell and Isabella his wife convey to Anthony Fitzherbert, knt., 
Justice " de communi Banco'," John Porte, knt., German Pole, Robert 



Derby. ii9 

Batley, Robert Lowe, Denis Lowe, and William Mourton, two messuages, 
300 acres of land, etc., in Denby, Fenton, Sturston, and Bradley. 
(Drury-Lowe.) 

961. Common recovery by Thomas Cokayn, knt., Francis Cokayn, 
esq., Anthony Lowe, Edmund Cokayn, and Andrew Lowe, against 
German Pole, esq., and Robert Lowe, gent., of the manor of Denby. 
Dat. 6 Feb., 24 Hen. VIIL [1533]. (Drury-Lowe.) 

962. Exemplification of various records securing the manor of 
Denby, sometime held by Henry Lord Grey of Codnor, to Vincent 
Lowe, Anthony Lowe, and others. Dat. 4 July, 36 Hen. VHL [1544]. 
(Drury-Lowe.) 

963. Sale from Anthony Lowe of Allerwaslegh, esq., to Vincent 
Lowe of Denby, esq., of all his lands, etc., in Parkhall, Denby and 
Kylburn. Dat. 4 July, 37 Hen. VIH. [1545]. (Drury-Lowe.) 

964. Grant from Vincent Lowe of Denby, esq., to his second 
son Jasper of the manor of Parkehall [in Denby], which he acquired 
from Anthony Lowe of Allerwaslegh, who acquired it from Peter 
Frechewell of Staley; with power to Stephen, his third son, to give 
seisin. Dat. i Apr., 4 Edw. VI. [1550]. (Drury-Lowe.) 

DERBY, County of. 

965. Grant to William Ferrers, Earl of Derby, of free warren in 
all his demesne lands of certain manors in the counties of Lancaster, 
Derby, and Stafford, and of a market and fair at his manors of Bolton, 
Uttoxeter, and Haywood. Dat. Hadsock, 14 December, 1251. 
(D. of L.) 

966. Copy (sixteenth century) of the Roll of Knights' fees held 
of the King in capite, in co. Derby, as appeared by an inquisition held 
before Philip de Wylyby, Chancellor of the Exchequer. [6-8 Edw. I., 
1278-80,] (Woll. xi. I.) 

967. Exemplification of divers charters of liberties granted by 
Henry III. to Simon de Montfort, Eail of Leicester, and William de 
Ferrers, Earl of Derby, namely, 14 December, 36 Hen. III., 1251, 
grant to William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby, of free warren in all the 
demesne lands of his manors in the counties of Stafford, Derby, and 
Lancaster, and a market and fair at the manors of Bolton, Uttoxeter, 
and Heywode, etc. Windsor, 22 October, i33r. (D. of L.) 

968. Indenture between Rondulf Eggerton, esquire, and Robert 
Woode of Kell, gentleman, by which the said Rondulf agrees to marry 
Isabella, daughter of Robert Hill, deceased, and of Alice, late his 
wife, then the said Robert Woode's wife, " before the Nativ. of St. John 
Bapt. next," if the " said Isabella thereto will be privy and agreeable," 
and the said Robert Woode and Alice his ,wife, covenant to settle 
on Rondulf and Isabella lands, etc., in the county of Derby to the 
yearly value of six marcs. Dat. 20 Jan., 18 Hen. VII. [1503]. 
(P. R. O. c. 303.) 

DERBY. 

969. Letters from R , Prior of the Nunnery of St. Mary- 

without-Derby [Kingsmead or De Pratis], soliciting alms for the repairs 
of the edifice, and reciting certain indulgences, of 130 days in all. 



I20 Derby. 

granted to those who assist. At the foot is a copy of a Bull of Pope 
Honorius [III. f\ granting an indulgence of 40 days on the same 
behalf. Dat. Laterani IV. Kal. Apr. [29 Mar.], a°= 2 Pontif. [1218]. 
(WoU. xi. 25.) 

970. Notification by William Seruelauedy of Derby, of a lease 
to him by the Abbot and Convent of Burton[-on-Trent] of land in 
Derby, formerly held by Walter son of William " tinctor," of Essebum, 
which he, with consent of Ynga his wife and Symon his son wholly 
resigned on setting out to the Holy Land; the rent to be paid partly 
to the Chamberlain of the Abbey and partly to Ralph de Frescherevile, 
lord of Alwaldeston. Witn. Thomas " juvenis " of Derby, William 
" juvenis," William de Chaddesden, and Symon Kolle, " prepositi," of 
Derby, Thomas Chous, etc. Tentf. Hen. III. (Stowe 50.) 

971. Lease, for life, from William de Exsovere, manens in Derb', to 
William Caym de Derb', of two acres of arable land in the territory 
of Derby lying " super Collisleye " near the fields of Chaddesden and 
of Little Chester. Witn. William Olearius, Robert de Notingham, tunc 
ballivi Derb', Hugh de Cestrefeld, Thomas Kaym, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Woll. i. 19.) 

972. Grant from Henry fil. Thome de Derb', manens in Parva 
Cestria, to Ralph de Smallege, faber, manens in Derb' of a rood of arable 
land in the territory of Derbe lying " subtus Collyslege,'' which the said 
Henry had purchased of Juliana, his sister. Witn. Roger le Hostiler 
in parva Cestria, Roger fil. Radulfi de eadem, Hugh Rypun, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Woll. i. 18.) 

973. Lease for eight years from Thomas fil. Radulfi de Chaddesden, 
to John his brother of all the tenements, etc., in Derby which the 
said Thomas acquired as heir to his father on his death. Witn. 
John fil. Gilberti and William Page, bailiffs of Derby, John de Chad- 
desdon of Derby, William le Wyne of Chaddesdon, Simon de Cestre. 
Dat. Derby, Michaelmas Day, 1308. (Okeover.) 

974. Agreement between Sire William de Alssopp, Abbot, and 
the Convent of Derleye, Sire Robert de Stretleye, and Richard Martel, 
lords and parceners of Chilewelle [Chilwell, co. Notts.], and Sire Richard 
de Grey, Seigneur de Toueton [Toton, co. Notts.], in settlement of a 
dispute between them, respecting the repairing and cleansing of the 
mill-dam of Chilewelle, etc. Witn. Sire William le Fitz-Williame, Sire 
Walter de Gonshulle, Sire John de Mounteneye, Sire Rauf de Rolliston, 
chivalers, etc. Dat. Codnouere, F. of St. Nicholas [6 Dec], 8 Edw. II. 
[1314]. French. (Woll. v. 22.) 

975. Quitclaim from William fil. Willelmi de Kyrkelongeley to 
Nicholas de Trouwelle de Derby of a messuage in Derby lying "in 
vico Fabrorum." Witn. John fil. Gilberti, Coroner of Derby, Hugh 
Adam, Thomas de Tuttebury, Richard de Liuerpol, etc. Dat. Derby, 
F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 12 Edw. II. [1318]. (Pole-Gell.) 

976. Lease from Roger de Massy de Morleya and Lucy his wife 
to Pagan le Draper de Derby for six vears of a toft, with belongings, 
lymg m The Briggegate at Derby, called Morleyhalleyerd ; rent, 5^. 
silver yearly. Witn. Simon de Cestr., tunc ballivus de Derby, etc. 
Dat. Derby, T. Vig. of Ann. of B. V. Mary [24 Mar.], 1331. (Add. 
5239-) 



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977. Grant from Ralph Chaffare de Derby to Thomas de 
Yerdeleye of a curtilage in Derby lying in Juddekynlone. Witn. 
William Laverok, John de Bredon, bailiffs of Derby, John de Sharde- 
lowe, etc. Dat. Sat. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 17 Edw. III. 
[1343]. (Wilmot.) 

978. Grant from Thomas de Yerdeleye de Derby to Simon de 
Horsseley of Derby of a curtilage in Derby in Juddekynlone. Witn. 
John de Bynyngton, Walter de Trowell, bailiffs of Derby, John Swan- 
swyre, etc. Dat. S. a. St. Michael's Day [29 Sept.], 18 Edw. III. 
[1344]. (Wilmot.) 

979. Quitclaim from Geoffrey fil. Willelmi de Normanton de 
Derby to John Bate of Derby, jun., of land in Derby lying in Le 
Parkfeld beyond " le Syk," near land belonging to All Saints' Church. 
Witn. Walter de Trowell, John de Bynynton, bailiffs of Derby, Peter 
le Prentys, etc. Dat. S. a. Epiphany [6 Jan.], 18 Edw. III. [1345]. 
{Wilmot.) 

980. Grant from Edward III. to Henry, Earl of Lancaster, of 
Derby and of Leicester, in support of the dignity of the earldom of 
Derby which he had lately assumed, of ;£40 per annum receivable out 
of the farm of the town of Derby, together with the Castle of 
Harestan, co. Derby, by the service of rendering yearly to the King 
one rose in June, to hold to the said Earl and the heirs male of his 
body for ever, with reversion to the crown in case of failure of such 
issue. Dat. Westminster, 10 Nov. [1347]. (D. of L.) 

981. Grant from John de Morleye of Derby to John de Bredon 
of the same of an acre and a half of arable land in Derby lying in 
Le Wallfield, namely, in Litteldale, and near the house of the Lepers. 
Witn. Thomas de Tuttebury, Robert Alibon, bailiffs of Derby, John 
de Busseby, etc. Dat. M. a. All Saints' Day [i Nov.], 1352. (Wilmot.) 

983. Re-grant, for life, from Henry de la Pole to Henry de 
Wettone of lands in Derby, Cotton [? Cotton Farm, nr. Derby], and 
Luttechirche [Litchurch] ; rent, a rose.# Dat. Derby, S. a. F. of 
St. Denis [9 Oct.], 27 Edw. III. [1353]. French. (Woll. x. 35.) 

983. Qrant from John de Bredon of Derby to Walter de Holbrok 
of an acre and a half of land in Derby lying in le Wallfeld, namely, 
in Lyteldale and near the Lepers' House. Witn. John Hachet, William 
de Brayllesford, bailiffs of Derby, Thomas de Yerdeleye, etc. Dat. 
W. in Easter Week [24 Apr.], 33 Edw. III. [1359]- (Wilmot.) 

984. Grant from John son of Hugh son of Ralph Chapmon of 
Derby to Robert le Marchale of the same place of a messuage in 
St. Mary's Street, Derby. Dat. F. of the Concept, of B. V. M. 
18 Sept.], 38 Edw. in. [1364]. (P. R. O. b. 1253.) 

985. Grant from William Joly de Derby to John de Stanleye of 
a tenement in Judkynlone in Derby. Witn. Henry de Bredon, John 
de Coltmon, bailiffs of Derby, Roger de Notingham, Richard Bunte, 
etc. Dat. F. of St. Peter in Cathedra [22 Feb.], 39 Edw. III. [1365]. 
{Wilmot.) 

986. Grant from Richard de Thurmeleye, vicar of Ashbourne, to 
Thomas Tochet, clerk, and Thomas Foliaumb, of a messuage in 
Derby " in seynte Marigate." Witn. Robert de Murcaston, Roger de 
Asshe, bailiffs of Derby, William Pakeman, Hugh Adam, John Gybon, 
€tc. Dat. F. of St. Matthias [24 Feb.], 2 Ric. II. [1379]. (Pole-Gell.) 



12 2 Derby. 

987. Grant from John de Berde of Derby to Richard de Stathum 
and Richard de Denton of a messuage with buildings in Derby, 
opposite the bridge across the Odbroke called " St. Peter's Bridge." 
Witn. John del Hay and William Payn, bailiffs of Derby, and others. 
Dat. Derby, 20 Feb., 14 Hen. IV. [1413]. (P. R. O. B. 1250.) 

988. Quitclaim from John Ive, chaplain, to Robert Jurdan of 
Asshe, of a tenement in Derby " apud albam crucem " extending from 
the King's highway to the close of the P'riars Preachers of Derby; 
together with half an acre of arable land in le Parkefeld, near 
Hedlecrosse, sometime belonging to Thomas Halome of Derby, miller. 
Dat. Chaddesden, M. a. All Saints' Day [i Nov.], 5 Hen. VI. [1426]. 
(Wilmot.) 

989. Release from John Bothe of Derby to William Lystere of 
Little Chester of lands in Bryggecroft, lying next the land of the 
prebend of All Saints, and between those of the Abbey of Derley 
and the Dean of Lincoln. Dat. Derby, 10 Mar., 6 Hen. VI. [1428]. 
(Woll. i. 20.) 

990. General release from John de Taptone of Hemyngton to 
William Lyster of Little Chestre from all actions, etc. Dat. Derby, 
S. a. Easter [19 Apr.], 11 Hen. VI. [1433]. (Woll. i. 79.) 

991. Letter from the Prioress of Derby [St. Mary de Pratis] to 
John [Halse or Hales], Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, presenting 
Nicholas Brodwod of the diocese of Lichfield, acolyte, for ordination. 
Dat. II Sept., 1461. (Woll. viii. 61.) 

992. Quitclaim from Robert son and heir of Thomas Stoke, late 
merchant of Derby, of a piece of land in Derby at the end of 
"Bagelone." Dat. 12 Dec, i Edw. IV. [1461]. (Wilmot.) 

993. Attorney from Hugh Tildesley and Matilda, his wife, to 
John Tildesley to deliver seisin to William Walker of Derby and Agnes 
his wife, and Edmund their son, of a garden in Derby, near " Baglone." 
Dat. 4 Apr., 9 Edw. IV. [1469]. (Wilmot.) 

994. Grant from John Curson of Ketylston, esquire, son and heir 
of John Curson, to Gralam Roulee, of three acres of land in the 
fields of Derby lying beyond Derwent, in Sydale, and in le Dychefeld. 
Witn. John Neuton, bailiff of Derby, Richard Strynger, John Wode- 
house. Dat. M. b. St. George's Day [23 Apr.], 12 Edw. IV. [1472]. 
(Wilmot.) 

995. Grant from Gralam Roulee to William Merlege of three 
acres of land in the fields of Derby, one acre lying beyond Derwent, 
extending to Lyneysiche, one acre in Sydale, with one acre in le 
Dychefeld called Le Coltesacre. Witn. John Newton, bailiff of Derby, 
John Brid, Roger Justes, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of S. Mark [25 Apr.], 
12 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Wilmot.) 

996. Fragment from the beginning of a Roll of Courts held at 
Derby on Thursdays, 4 Febr., 4 March, and i Apr., 18-20 Edw. IV. 
[1479-80]. (Woll. xi. 12.) 

997. Feoffment from Henry Foliambe, esquire, to John Savage, 
jun., knt., John Leeke, sen., esquire, and Humphrey Heyosy, esq., of 
the site, etc., of the manor of Rodyche [Rowditch], nr. Derby, and 
of rents of lands in Walton, Brampton, and Normanton, of a tenement 
in Chesterfield and rent in Brimington, etc. Dat. F. of Nat. of B V M. 
[8 Sept.], 5 Hen. VII. [1489]. (Foljambe.) 



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998. Sale by Philip Leche of Chattesworth, squier, to William 
Merlage of Derby of 13 f other of lead, "bool weght and marchaundable," 
with undertaking to " blok and brend " the same ; with bond by William 
Higden of Cromforth and John Coghen of Hoptone in 100 marks for 
due performances. Dat. 7 Nov., 7 Hen. VII. [1491]. (Woll. viii. 14.) 

999. Bond, in ^£20, from Richard Stryngar of Derby, grocer, and 
John Stryngar of the same, mercer, to Roger Justes, Richard Mouriford, 
Roger Robyn, and William Couper, for the payment of twenty marks 
to John Farynton son of Thomas Farynton, when he reaches the age 
of twenty-one years, which sum of twenty marks the same Richard 
" hath taken to his possession with y'= warde and kepyng of y= seid 
John his apprentice " ; and in case of the said John's death before he 
comes of age the said Richard shall " sauf kepe y'= seid xx marcs to 
y= vse and behofe of Rauff Farynton " and of Margaret Farynton, 
brother and sister of the said John, or the longer liver of them, to 
Rauff at the age of 21, and to Margaret "hir part" at the time of 
her marriage or at the age of 21, and in case of the death of all, the 
money to go to the use of All Saints' Church, according to the terms 
of the will of Thomas Farynton the father. Dat. 11 July, 9 Hen. VII. 
[1494]. (Derby Mun.) 

1000. Lease for 16 years from John Clostones and Nicholas 
Orcherd, " Baylyes," and the Burgesses of Derby to Thomas Waundell, 
miller, of Derby, of two com mills and a " sithemyll," with all streams, 
floodgates, meadows, etc., and a parcel of the weir to the said mills 
belonging; rent, 1005. Dat. 30 Sept., 3 Hen. VIII. [r5ii]. (Derby 
Mun.) 

1 00 1. Grant from George Sely, kinsman and heir of Thomas 
P[orte ?], namely, son of Margery, sister of the said Thomas, to 
John Porte, gent., Robert Blagge, Baron of the Exchequer, Thomas 
Porte, Doctor of Laws, etc., of a tenement in the parish of St. Peter's, 
Derby, to the use of the said John Porte, with power of attorney. 
Dat. 5 July, 4 Hen. VIII. [1512]. (Woll. xii. 104.) 

1002. Grant from James Oxle, Richard Shakere, and Edmund 
Tumour, wardens of the parish church of All Saints, Derby, with 
consent of the parishioners to John Neuton of a tenement in Baglone 
in Derby, called "le Churche House." Dat. 6 June, 5 Hen. VIII. 
[1513]- (Wilmot.) 

1003. Bond, in ;£ioo, from Edmund Bradshawe of Iderechehay 
[Idridgehay] to John Neuton, to convey four acres of land in Derby, 
namely, three acres in Stokkesbrokefeld and one acre in Castelfeld. 
Dat. 26 Apr., 6 Hen. VIII. [1514]. (Wilmot.) 

1004. Grant from Thomas Shypley, citizen and cordwainer of 
London, and Elizabeth, his wife, to John Porte of Etwall, esquire, of 
one messuage in the parish of St. Peter, Derby, between the tenement 
of the nuns of Derby and the lane called Baglone. Dat. 26 Feb., 
10 Hen. VIII. [rsig]. Attached is a memorandum that the said John 
Porte, at the instance of several neighbours, "freely gave unto the seid 
Thomas and Elizabeth for such necessity and nede as they were in xxj. 
AUe be it I the same John Porte shewed evydences that the same 
mesuage with th' appurtenaunces was gyvyn to Harry Punt and to his 
heirez whos interest in the seid mese I the same John Porte and other 
to myn use have." (Trusley.) 



124 Derby. 

1005. Lease, for six years, from John Chapmonn, Wylliam Yerlle, 
Edward Lentun, and John Watsun, " Chamberlensse of the borughe 
of Derbe," to Thomas Blakesea, burgess and baker, with consent 
of " M'^ ballywes and theyre breder," and of the " commenallte and 
by a commen halle allso the same tyme callyd by the commaunde- 
ment of M' ballywes for the townys grette nessessite," for the sum of 
£^(1 towards " the Reypryascon and makynge of the townys weyre," of 
a common pasture called " Bradseahay " lying in the fields and parish 
of St. Peter's, Derby, at a yearly rent of 405. Dat. 28 Feb., 
15 Hen. VIII. [1524]. (Derby Mun.) 

1006. Lease from Robert York and Helize Cowper, bayliffes of 
Derby, and the Burgesses, to John Jonson of Derby, " sherman," and 
Cristofer Thakker, mercer, of five water-mills, with all streams, flood- 
gates, meadows, pastures, etc., and also " the weeres to the seid milles 
belongyng, as Thomas Waundell and William Byngley before tyme 
held theym," for a term of 41 years, at a yearly rent of ^10. Dat. 
20 Oct., 1526. (Derby Mun.) 

1007, 1008. Grant (and counterpart) from Ralph Whalley of 
Bunney (?), co. Notts, (in fulfilment of covenants with William Glossop 
of Wirksworth, made 8 Aug., 24 Hen. VIII.) to Richard Blakwall 
of Wirksworth, Ralph Gell, Thomas Thomson, and Peter Wynstanley, 
of all his lands in Bradmer and Staunford, co.; Notts., Kirkeby Bellers, 
and Markefeyld, co. Leic, and in the town of Derbv. Dat. 20 Aug., 
24 Henry VIII. [1532]. (Pole-Gell.) 

1009. Grant from William Glossop of Wirksworth to the same 
feoffees of all his lands, etc., in Wirksworth. Same date. (Pole-Gell.) 

1 010. Lease, in perpetuity, from John Johnson and Robert Jepson, 
bailiffs, and the Burgesses of Derby, to Robert Yorke, of a parcel 
of ground in Derby late in the holding of Thomas Leez, between the 
highway on the south, the ground of " Meister Babyngton " on the 
north, the ground of " Meister Pole " on the east, and the ground of 
"Meister Babyngton " on the west; rent, M. Dat. 8 Jan., 25 Hen. VIII. 
[1534]- (Derby Mun.) 

101 1. Lease, for 80 years, from Thomas the Abbot and the Convent 
of Darley to Richard Hey of Derby, of ten acres of land and two acres 
of meadow in Derby. Dat. i Oct., 30 Hen. VIII. [1^381. (Bodl. 
D.C. 2.) 

1012. Exemplification by Henry VIIL, made at the request of 
Thomas Thacker of Highege, gent., and Gilbert Thacker his son of 
a decree by the Court of Augmentations, respecting a grant to them 
from Thomas [Page], Abbot of Darleigh, dat. 25 Feb., 27 Hen. VIIL 
[1536], of an annuity of 405. from lands in the same county. Witn. 
Sir Rich. Ryche, knt. [Chancellor of the Court of Augmentations and 
afterwards Lord High Chancellor]. Dat. 20 Mar., 30 Hen. VIIL 
[1539]- (Campb. xxix. 13.) 

1013. Covenant between John Tailer, D.D., Dean of Lincoln, 
and Denis Beresford of Gray's Inn, London, " fermor of the parsonage 
of Chesterfelde," that, whereas John Constable, formerly Dean of 
Lincoln, on 2 Sept., 1527, leased to Edward Beresford, esq., father 
of the said Denis, the rectory, tithes, etc., of Chesterfield (excepting 
the advowson and the woods) and the site of the manor of Little 
Chester, with all the demesne lands attached and one fishing in the 



Dore, 125 

River Derwent (the rectory, etc., for 59 years, and the site of Little 
Chester manor for 69 years), with certain provisoes as to repairs; 
now it is agreed that the said Denis shall repair, uphold, etc., the 
houses and buildings of the said parsonage and of the said manor-site, 
at his own costs, and pay all charges concerning the same, in con- 
sideration of which the Dean shall allow yearly to the said Denis 
265. iid., and shall sell to the latter all the " trees and wood growing 
ther in his wood called Dudmore " for the sum of £^2i, sterling, the 
said Denis to leave standing " such convenient number of Stallings, 
Wevers and Kinges in the said wood as the said Deane male be saved 
harmelesse ageinst the late statute made for savinge of woods and 
springs." Dat. i June, 37 Hen. VIII. [1545]. (Derby Mun.) 

1014. Lease from Olyver Thacker of Little Chester, gent., to 
Richard Lightlad of Derby, tiler, of two houses and gardens lying in 
the street called " ye Marledge " in Derby, and two little crofts, late 
held by Robert Cokkes, near the said garden, for a term of 21 years, 
at a rent of 12^. Dat. 25 Mar., 2, Edw. VI. [1548]. (Derby Mun.) 

1 015. Lease from the Bailiffs and Burgesses of Derby to Thomas 
Sutton " of the JCynge's medewe nighe Derby " of a parcel of ground 
in Derby " adioynyng vnto the Fladyate of a certeyn mylne called the 
Castell mylne," for a term of 60 years, at a rent of i2d., the lessee 
to make on the said ground " one able and convenient house for a 
Walke mylne with two stokkes the one called a Potyere and the other 
a Fallere and also to make or cause to be made one sufficient waye 
or Cawsey for the Kynge's subjects to come and go as well with 
horsse as on foote by the sayd house into the holmes theyr." Dat. 
27 Sept., 3 Edw. VI. [1549]. (Derby Mun.) 

10 1 6. Register of Darley Abbey, containing copies of about nine 
hundred Charters. (Cotton MS. Titus C. ix.) 

DERBY V. also under Chesterfield, Crich, Litchurch, 

WiRKSWORTH. 

DARLEY ABBEY v. also under Whatstandwell. 
DONISTHORPE v. under Gresley. 

DORE. 

1017. Quitclaim from John de Stolbaley, clerk, to Richard fil. 
Ade de Totinley, living in Dore, of all those lands, etc., in Dore 
which formerly belonged to Ranulph de Dore. Witn. Thomas de 
Leys, Thomas de Wodehouse, clerk, Peter de Bemis. Late 13th cent. 
(D. A. J. iii. 103.) 

1018. Lease, for lives, from Ralph de Wellewick, knt., to Richard 
Fullo of Dore and Cecily his wife of the messuage and land which 
William Blys, father of the said Richard, sometime held in Dore. 
Witn. John de le Wodehouses, Thomas de Gotham, Richard Gilly, 
Thomas de Birchehewed, etc. Dat. at Bemetby, T. a. F. of St. Mary 
Magdalene [22 July], 1325. (D. A. J. iii. 102.) 

10 19. Grant, in tail, from Ralph son and heir of Sir Ralph de 
Wellewek, knt., to Ralph Cissor [Tailor] of Dore and Matilda his 
wife of land in Dore. Witn. John Wathe, John Wygleye, Robert 
Selioke, John Hollowey, etc. Dat. Barnetbe, S. a. F. of St. Martin 
[11 Nov.] \_circ. 1330]. (D. A. J. iii. 103.) 



126 Dore. 

1020. Lease, for twelve years, from Margery Gilly, widow, to 
William del Lym of the messuage, etc., which Emma fil. Joh. del 
Horlowe her mother sometime held in Dore. Witn. Robert de Seliock, 
John de Wodehow, Hugh le Barker. Dat. Mor. of Ann. of B. V. M. 
[26 Mar.], 1333. (D. A. J. iii. 105.) 

1 03 1, Grant from Ralph fil. Radulphi de Wellewyk to John fil. 
Henrici fil. Simonis de Moniassche and Matilda his wife, of lands, 
tenements, etc., in the fee of Dore. Witn. John Bate, Richard le 
Walkerre de Dorre, Hugh le Barkerre, etc. Dat. Bemeby, W. b. F. 
of St. Thomas [21 Dec], 1341. (Harl. 84 B. 26.) 

1022. Grant from William de Skipwith and Margaret his wife to 
John fil. Henrici fil. Simonis de Moniasche and Matilda his wife, of 
land, tenements, etc., in Dore, for the term of the life of Sir Simeon 
de Wellewik and that of his brother Robert. Witn. John Bate, John 
de Horlowe, Hugh le Barber, etc. Dat. Bernetby, W. b. F. of 
St. Thomas [21 Dec], 1341. (Harl. 84 A. 35.) 

DORE V. also under Staveley. 
DOVERIDGE. 

(DOUUEBRUG, DOWBRYGE, DUBBRUGE.) 

!023. Grant from Robert fil. Roberti fil. Rogeri, chaplain of 
Uttokeshather [Uttoxeter, co. Staff.], to Thomas fil. Thome de Eyton 
of eight selions of land in Douuebrug, near Uttoxeter. Witn. Heniy 
Goderiche, Henry de Duddeley, Robert de Waltone, etc. Dat. W. a. 
F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 22 Edw. III. [1348]. (Woll. x. 38.) 

1024. Grant from Richard del Grene de Dubbrugge to Robert 
Deye, chaplain of Dubbruge, of land in that neighbourhood in 
Monnesholme and Cubache. Witn. Dom. Rob. de Knyveton, vicar 
of Dubbruge, William Fisshere, and Henry Turkeys of the same, etc. 
Dat. at Dubbruge, Sat. b. F. of Assumption [15 Aug.], 19 Rich. II. 
[1395]- (Stowe 51.) 

1025. Will of Robert Milwart of Eyton, with bequests to the 
Church of St. Cuthbert of Dowbryge. Dat. 29 Oct., 1513. (Drury.) 

DOVERIDGE v. also under SOMERSALL. 

DRAKELOWE. 

1026. Majmumission by John de Greseleye, mil., Dominus de 
Drakelowe, of I'homas Nettebreyder, " Botiler de Dfakelowe," with 
all his suit and following, goods and chattels. Dat. Drakelowe, S. a 
F. of St. Augustine [26 May], 2 Ric. II. [1379]. (Gresley.) 

1027. Bond by John Gresley, mil., in 200 marks, to abide by the 
award of George, Duke of Clarence, Lord of Richmond, in certain 
disputes between the said John and the Abbot and Convent of Burton, 
the latter claiming certain lands and rents in Burton, co. Staff., 
Drakelow, Caldewall, and Lynton, co. Derby, a fishery in the Trent 
from a certain boundary called Redebanke, within the lordship of 
Walton, up to a water-mill of the said Abbot called Overmill, and 
the said John claiming title to other rents and lands of the Abbey 
in Burton, Tetenall, and elsewhere in co. Staff. Dat. 24 Feb., 
6 Edw. IV. [1467]. (Gresley.) 



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1028. Award by Thomas [Wolsey], Cardinal Archbishop of York, 
in a suit brought by Sir John Savage, knt., and Alice his wife, " late 
the wife" of Sir William Greysley, knt., and executrix of his last will, 
Anthony Greysley, Thomas Greysley, Humfrey Greysley, and Edward 
Greysley, on the one part, against Sir George Greisley and John 
Saunders, on the other part, to substantiate their right and title to 
the manors of Drakelowe, co. Derby ; Osgathorpe, co. Leic. ; Tutbury 
Woodhouse, Colton, Moreton, Kingston, co. Staff.; Lullington, Castle 
Gresley, and Lynton, co. Derby ; Norton, co. Staff. ; Braceborough, 
Carleby, Thirlby, Baston, co. Line. ; and Seton-in-Spaldingmoor, co. 
York; whereby it is decreed that the said Sir George is to have 
possession of the said manors as the rightful heir of his brother. Sir 
William Greysley, who died "without issue of his body begotten," 
subject to certain rent-charges to be paid to the said Alice, wife of 
Sir John Savage, and to the said Anthony, Thomas, Humphrey, and 
Edward. Dat. Trinity Term, 16 Hen. VHI. [1525]. Endorsed, "The 
decree agaynst Lady Savage and her Basterd Sonnes for all the 
Gresleyes lands." (Gresley.) 

DRAYCOTT. 

(Dracot, Draycote.) 

1029. Grant from Robert fil. Willelmi de Draycote to William 
le Seriand and Cecilia his wife of one acre of land in Lyttelmed in 
Draycote. Witn. William de Jarpenuill, Robert de Pipe, William fil. 
clerici de Draycote, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 
10 Edw. II. [i3r6]. (Add. 4882.) 

1030. Will of William Roselle of Dracot. Dat. F. of St. Dunstan 
[21 Oct.], 1502. (Woll. i. 81.) 

DRONFIELD. 

Draneffeld, Dranefeld, Dranfeld, Dronefeld, Dronfeld, 
Dronfild, Dronsfeld.) 

1 03 1. Grant from Richard de Streton fil. Heruici to John fil. 
Laisig " dishalis " and Rohard fil. Horn de Honistun of all the land 
of " Gruwis." Witn. Hugh fil. Noch' persona de Dronefeld, Thomas 
de Dronefeld, Walter Dun, etc. Early 13th cent. (Foljambe.) 

1032. Grant from Ralph Salvain of Thorp, with consent of 
Marjory his wife, to Geoffrey son of Stephen de Aston, of land in 
Hallehes [Hallowes-in-Dronfield]. Witn. Stephen, Abbot of Beauchief, 
John Wascelin, John de Einecurt, Leonius Saluanus, Thomas, parsona 
de Dranefeld. Early Hen. III. . (Foljambe.) 

1033. Grant from William fil. Matanie de Dranefeld to Thomas 
fil. Thorn. Caskin of all his right in the land " del Gruves " pledged 
to him by Thomas del Leys, etc. [? in Dronfield]. Witn. Thomas 
del Leys, Adam de Neubold, Peter de Doneston, etc. Late 13th cent. 
(Foljambe.) 

1034. Grant from Agnes fil. Radulphi Selveyn to Robert Selveyn 
her brother of four bovates of land in Haleghys [Hallowes, nr. Dron- 
field], and a bovate in Aston [Coal Aston]. Witn. Dom. Roger de 
Eyncurt, Dom. Peter de Briminton, Jocelin de Steynisby, Roger de 
Somervil, etc. Late 13th cent. (Foljambe.) 



128 Dronfield. 

1035. Quitclaim from Peter de Barneys of Dronfeld to John de 
Stobbeleye of 2d. of yearly rent for land in the territory of Dronfeld. 
Witn. Nicholas de Stobbeleye, Robert Lille, Richard de Wodehousis, 
etc. Late 15th cent. (Foljambe.) 

1036. Grant from Peter fil. Agnetis to John fil. Ade fill. Petri de 
Somerlesowe of four plots of land in the fields and fee of Dronefeld. 
Witn. John de Stubleye, Richard fil. Thome de le Wodehous, William 
Louecok, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 6 Edw. II. 
[1313]- (Foljambe.) 

1037. Grant from Emma que fuit uxor quondam Petri fil. Agnetis 
de Dronefeld to William fil. Eduse junioris de Dronefeld of lands 
sold by her late husband to him in Dronefeld. Witn. John de 
Stubleye, William Louecok, William fil. Thome de College^ etc. Dat. 
Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 8 Edw. II. [1315]. (Foljambe.) 

1038. Grant from William fil. Eduse sen. de Dronefeld to Matilda 
his daughter of land in the " Stubbyng " in Dronefeld. Witn. Richard 
de le Wodehouses, William de Colley, etc. Dat. F. of Epiphany 
[6 Jan.], 16 Edw. II. [1323]. (Foljambe.) 

1039. Grant from Thomas Rich to Richard le Chapmon of a 
toft, etc., in Dronfeld. Witn. Thomas de Totynglay, Adam le Spenser, 
William Lowcok. Dat. Th. a. Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], . . . 
Edw. [II. or III.]. Mutilated. (Foljambe.) 

1040. Grant from William fil. Alani de Wodesmethis to John de 
Wath of his tenement at Wodesmethis in Dronfeld. Witn. Guy 
Louterel, John de Capella, Roger de Hapilknole, Davit de Wetenthon, 
etc. Dat. Tr. of St. Thomas [7 July], 3 Edw. III. [1329]. (Rel. 
XX. 219.) 

1 04 1 . Grant from Richard fil. Roberti " super Moram " to Dom. 
. . . . of all his goods, etc., in Dronefeld and Barley. Dat. 
Brampton, Th. a. Michs., 1338. (Foljambe.) 

1042. Grant from Richard Broun of Ekynton and Hugh de 
Tybschelf, chaplains, to Robert fil. Thorn, de Sellyok, of the moiety 
of lands in Sellyok and Le Halughys with remainder to John his 
son and Dionisia Frene and the heirs of their bodies. Witn. John 
de Grey, dominus de Onston, Robert Bryan de Ekynton, etc. Dat. 
Halughes, M. a. F. of St. Nicholas [6 Dec], 16 Edw. III. [1342]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1043. Grant from William fil. Petri fil. Agnetis de Dronfeld to 
Roger Danyel of Colleye of two acres, etc., of land in Dronfeld. Witn. 
Richard dil Wodehouses, Thomas Cocus of Colleye, William Loukoc, 
etc. Dat. Morr. of Nat. of St. John B. [25 June], 18 Edw. III. [1344]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1044. Grant from Henry de Cresewyk to Robert le Breton, Dom. 
de Walton, Philippa his wife, and Robert their son, of lands, tenements, 
etc., in the fee of Dronefeld. Witn. William de Linacre, Roger de 
Caus, Thomas de Somersal, etc. Dat. Dronefeld, S. a. F. of SS. 
Philip and James [i May], 23 Edw. III. [1349]. (Harl. 112 H. 4.) 

1045. Grant from John de Somerleso to Richard le Taillour fil. 
Joh. le Chapman of part of his messuage in Dronfield. Witn. John 
de Wodhous, Henry Loucok, William Loucok, etc. Dat, T a Palm 
Sunday [10 Apr.], 25 Edw. III. [1351]. (Foljambe.) 



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1046. Quitclaim from. Adam Tetlowe and Matilda his wife to 
Roger Clerk of Chesterfelde of the lands, etc., which John fil. Ad. 
Haneley held from William Eyncourt, knt. [? in Dronfield]. Witn. 
William Barker of Aston, Adam Spencer of Dranfelde. Dat. apud 
Somurlesowe, M. a. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 27 Edw. III. [i353]- 
(Rel. XX. 219.) 

1047. Grant from Robert fil. et her. Thome Abbetoft of Barley 
to Roger fil. Elie de Birley of a yearly rent from lands in the fees 
of Dronfeld and Staveley. Witn. Roger de Wygeley, Robert de Barley, 
etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 30 Edw. III. [1356]- 
(Foljambe.) 

1048. Grant from Henry fil. Joh. Smyth to William Maynard of 
an acre of land in the fee of Dronfeld. Witn. Adam le Wright, John 
de Aston, Henry Loucok, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Augustine [26 May], 
40 Edw. III. [1366]. (Foljambe.) 

1049. Quitclaim from Thomas fil. Joh. Smith of Dronfeld to 
Henry Smith of Dore of land in Dronfeld which he had from his 
father. Witn. Henry Loukoc, William Maynard, etc. Dat. S. a. All 
Saints' Day, 1366. (Foljambe.) 

1050. Grant from Thomas Rycher of Dronfeld to John del 
Croftus of five acres of arable land in the fields of Dronfeld in a 
place called Mostylegh. Witn. William fil. Hen. Loucok, William 
Shemyld, etc. Dat. F. of Epiphany [6 Jan.], 9 Ric. II. [1386]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1 05 1. Lease from Alice, widow of Roger Milner, to John Seriaunt 
of Bradway and Adam his son, of a messuage, etc., which she had 
of the grant of Christiana her mother in Overbirched [Birchett in 
Dronfield] for 12 years. Dat. Birchehed, F. of Pur. of B. V. M. 
[2 Feb.], 20 Ric. II. [1397]- (Foljambe.) 

1052. Grant from Thomas Baret of Chestrefeld to William Hunte 
of the same of an acre of land and meadow in the fee of Dronfild, 
lying on Neddurhull between Rylee Syke and land of John Vlley. 
Witn. John Barbour, Robert Tapton, John Spicer. Dat. F. of Exalt. 
of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 8 Hen. IV. [1407]. (Foljambe.) 

1053. Grant from Roger de Bradeway to Robert Knowt of a 
messuage and lands in Bradeway [nr. Dronfield]. Witn. Ralph Barker 
of Dore, James Mawer, John Parker, etc. Dat. F. of St. Matthew 
[21 Sept.], 10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Foljambe.) 

1054. Extract of court-roll of Dronfeld Manor recording the 
admission of William Cook of Holmesfeld to lands, etc., in the fee 
of Dronfeld and Barley on the surrender of William son of William 
de Mora, who had inherited them from his father. Dat. i Apr., 
4 Hen. V. [1415]. (Foljambe.) 

I OSS' Grant from William Cook of Holmesfeld to Thomas Cook 
his son of all the lands, etc., which he had of the grant of William, 
son of William de Mora in the fee of Dronfeld and Barley. Witn. 
John Gray, Ralph Barker, Robert Owtrem, etc. Dat. Palm Sunday 
[12 Apr.], 4 Hen. V. [14 16]. (Foljambe.) 

1056. Extract of court-roll of Dronffeld, recording the admission 
of Dame Alice de Deyncourt, of Thomas Fox, and William Cook to 
lands, etc., in Dronffeld, on the surrender of William Holbrok and 
Emma his wife. Dat. 7 Hen. V. [1419-20]. (Foljambe.) 

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1057. Extract of court-roll of Dronfeld Manor, recording the 
admission of Thomas Fox and William Cooke to a messuage, etc., and 
12 acres of land in Dronfeld on the surrender of Thomas de Wodhouse 
and Cecilia his wife, dau. and heir of Matilda Rycher. Dat. Th. a. 
F. of St. James [25 July], 10 Hen. V. [1422]. (Foljambe.) 

1058. Extract of court-roll of Dranfeld Manor, recording the 
admission of Thomas Foxe to an acre of land called " Blake Acre " 
on the surrender of Thomas Maynard. Dat. Fr. a. F. of St. Edw. 
Conf. [5 Jan.], 3 Hen. VI. [1425]. (Foljambe.) 

1059. Power of attorney from William Brampton of Chestrefeld 
to Richard Godoson to deliver seisin in the court of Dronfeld to John 
Gierke and Robert Fleches of all his lands, etc., in the fee of Dronfeld 
and Barley. Witn. William Clerke, John Boton, • William Neubold. 
Dat. 10 Dec, 9 Hen. VI. [1430]. (Foljambe.) 

1060. Extract of court-roll of Dronsfeld Manor, recording the 
admission of John Seriaunt, as son and heir of William Seriaunt of 
Bradwey, to 20 acres of land in Bradwey in the fee of Dronsfeld. Dat. 
at the Court of Ralph, Lord Cromwell, Sat. b. F. of " Clausum Pasche " 
[16 Apr.], 14 Hen. VI. [1435]. (Foljambe.) 

1 06 1. Release from William Chaumbre of Barleburgh to Thomas 
Fox, of all the lands, etc. [in Dronfeld ?] formerly belonging to Walter 
Lufetson of Assheford. Witn. Robert Seriaunt, Thomas Meynard, 
William Shemyld, etc. Dat. Dronfeld, 10 Oct., 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1062. Extract from Roll of the Court at Dronfield, whereby Adam 
Serjant surrenders to Robert Serjant and Alice his wife and the heirs 
of their body, certain lands in Dronfield lately held by Robert Schemeld. 
Dat. F. of S. George [23 Apr.], 17 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Harl. in C. 41.) 

1063. Quitclaim from Robert Barle, dominus de Barle, to Robert 
Mawer of Barle Wodsetes of a bovate of land called Gorstelandes, 
in Dronfield. Witn. John Cooke of Morehaws, William Cartwryght, 
William Boton del Lees, etc. Dat. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 1447 [8]. 
(Rel. XX. 164.) 

1064. Lease, for 40 years, from William Bolloke, Alderman of 
the Guild of St. Mary in the parish church of St. John Baptist 
[Dronfield] and John Hordryn, chaplain of the same, with consent of 
the Brethren of the Guild, to Thomas Welton, sen., and Joyce his 
wife, of a messuage and land in the tenure of John Taylyor in Dronfeld. 
Witn. John Barker of Dore, William Owtrem, Thomas Fox, William 
Shemyng, WiUiam Cuttlove. Dat. Dronfeld, F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 1449. (Rel. XX. 165.) 

1065. Lease, for 40 years, from William Bolloke, Alderman of 
the Gild of St. Mary in the parish of St. John Baptist [Dronfield] 
to Thomas Melton, sen., and Joyce his wife of a messuage, etc., in 
Dronfield. Witn. John Barker of Dore, William Owtrem, WilUam 
Shemyng, William Cuttlufe, etc. Dat. Michaelmas Day, 1449. 
(D. A. J. iii. 76.) 

1066. Grant from Thomas Fox of Cold Aston to John Fox his 
son and the heirs of his body, of all his lands, etc., in the town and 
fields of Dronfeld. Witn. Thomas Coke, John Parkar, Thomas Parkar. 
Dat. F. of SS. Peter and Paul [29 June], 36 Hen. VI. [1458]. 
(Foljambe.) 



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1067. Appointment by Humfry Bourchier, Baron Cromwell, knt., 
of Sir John Bussy as Steward of his manor of Dranfeld for life. 
Dat. Tatteshale, 13 April, 9 Edw. IV. [1469]. (Add. 20,504.) 

1068. Grant from John Fox of Cold Aston to Thomas [Rotheram], 
Bishop of Lincoln, Chancellor of England, William Hastings, Lord 
Hastmgs, knt., Robert Fox of Whaphynborowe, jun., Thomas Fox of 
Chestrefeld, jun.. Will. Fox of the same, jun., Henry Herry of Aston, 
Thomas Fox, Robert Fox, and John Fox, his sons, of all his lands, 
etc., in Dronfeld, called " Asshford lande." Dat. M. b. Michaelmas, 
14 Edw. IV. [1474]. (Foljambe.) 

1069. Declaration by Raufe Leche of Burley Leeyhes, John 
Barley, John Barker, Henry Weydurherd, vicar of Dronfield, and others, 
that they have examined John Roger of Onston, the tenant of certain 
land in Ramsawe-feld [? in Dronfield] in dispute between Henry Pole 
and Richard Bullok. Dat. F. of Epiphany [6 Jan.], 17 Edw. IV. 
[1478]. (Rel. XX. 165.) 

1070. Extract of court-roll of Dronfeld manor, recording the 
admission of John Fox of Cold Aston to lands, etc., in Dronfeld on 
the surrender of Ralph Leche, who had the same of the grant of 
William Atkynson and Thomas Seladon. Dat. 8 Oct., 21 Edw. IV. 
[1481]. (Foljambe.) 

1071. Extract of court-roll of Dronfeld Manor, recording the 
admission, at a court of the feoffees of William, Lord Hastings, of 
John Parker and Robert Gylberd to lands, etc., in Dronfeld on the 
surrender of John Fox of Cold Aston and Thomas Fox his son and 
heir, who had the same of the grant of Sir John Melton, knt. Dat. 
Th. b. F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 22 Edw. IV. [1482]. (Foljambe.) 

1072. Covenant by Thomas Fox son and heir of John Fox of 
Aston to make an estate to Henry Foliambe of Walton, esq., after 
the death of John Fox his father of a close lying near the " Kokplas " 
in Draneffeld. Witn. John Foliambe, gent., John Scha, etc. Dat. 
F. of S. James, Apost. [25 July], 22 Edw. IV. [1482]. (Foljambe.) 

1073. Covenant by Thomas Fox son and heir of John Fox of 
Aston to make an estate to Henry Foliambe, esq., of Walton, after 
the death of John Fox his father, of a messuage, lands, etc., in 
Draneffeld, which Thomas Fox his grandfather had of the grant of 
John Assheford, or which he, Thomas Fox the younger, or his father, 
had of Ralph Leche, the said Henry Foliambe paying 20 marks in 
hand, two instalments of 405., and one of 4 marks. Witn. John 
Foliambe, etc. Dat. F. of Exalt, of H. Cross [14 Sept.], i Ric. III. 
[1483]. (Foljambe.) 

1074. Power of attorney from Thomas Foxe of Aston to Richard 
Bullok, Bailiff of Dronfeld, and John Carteleye, to surrender in the 
court of Dronfeld a messuage and cottage to the use of William 
Foxe of Haslande. Dat. 14 Aug., 3 Ric. III. [1485]. (Foljambe.) 

1075. Covenant by Thomas Fox, son and heir of John Fox of 
Aston, to make an estate to Henry Foliambe of Walton, esq., after 
the death of John Fox his father, of a tenement, with lands, etc., in 
Dronfeld, in the tenure of William Bromhead. Dat. F. of Pur. of 
B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 2 Hen. VII. [1487]. (Foljambe.) 

1076. List of dues for burials, and legacies to be received for 
the use of the church at Dronfeld. Fifteenth century. (WoU. viii. i8fl.) 



132 Dronfield. 

1077. Quitclaim from George Mower of Barley Wodseets, son 
and heir of Robert Mower, deceased, to James Mower, his brother, 
of a messuage and bovate of land in Dronfeld called Gorsehouse, with 
a meadow called Care-medew which Nicholas Bagshawe inhabits. Dat. 
Tr. of St. Thomas [7 July], 26 Hen. VIII. [1534]- (Rel. xx. 218.) 

DRONFIELD v. also under COAL ASTON, BARLOW, BOYTHORPE, 
Hope, Staveley, Tapton, Unstone. 

DUCKMANTON. 

(Dogmanton, Dokemanton, Dokemonton, Dokmanton, 

Ducemanetun, Duchemanetuna, DuckemantunA, 

Ducmanton, Dugmanton, Dukemantun, 

Dukemantune, Dukmaneton.) 

1078. Re-grant from G[eoflfrey] Ridel to Gervase fitz Richard of 
the latter's heritage of Duchemanetun, to hold of him and his heirs 
by one knight's service for Duchemanetun and for the land of Colestun 
[Colston-Basset, co. Notts.] which he holds of his (Geoffrey's) brother 
\sc. Ralph Basset], with a statement of the recognition in Geoffrey's 
court that W. fitz Richard had made over Duchemanetun in heritage 
to Gervase his brother and had surrendered it to Geoffrey [as lord] 
in order that he might re-grant it as above, which he had done, 
receiving homage for the same. Circ. 1155-1160. (Woll. i. 42.) 

G. Ridel. Omnibus hominibus suis clericis et laicis, Francis et 
Anglis salutem. Sciatis me reddidisse Geruasio filio Ricardi 
hereditatem suam videlicet Duchemanetun sibi et heredibus suis 
ad tenendum de me et de heredibus meis liberam et quietam per 
seruicium unius militis pro Duchemantuna et pro terra de Colestun 
quam de fratre meo tenet. Quia recognitum fuit in curia mea 
quod W. frater eius filius Ricardi fratrem. suum G. in sua libera 
potestate inde hereditauit, et mihi eandem Duchemanetun reddidit 
et omnino de se et suis quietam dimisit, ut istum G. in hereditatem. 
Quapropter ei eandem terram reddidi et hommagium suum inde 
accepi. Quare nolo et firmiter precipio ut libere et quiete et 
honorifice teneat, sicut antecessores sui melius et liberius de 
antecessoribus meis tenuerunt. T[estibus] Radulfo, Priore de 
Landa [Laund], Radulfo Basset, W. Basset, Thoma de Sais, Bosone, 
G. de Sutton, Helia clerico, Vnfrido Pulein, Roberto de Weled[on], 
W. de Colestun, W. filio Hugonis, Roberto filio Lewine et aliis 
multis. 

1079. Grant, in soul-alms, from Geoffrey fil. Petri [afterwards Chief 
Justice of England] to the Premonstratensian Canons of the Abbey 
of Wellebec [Welbeck, co. Notts.], of the church of St. Peter of 
Ducemanetun. [1187-1188.] (Woll. i. 43.) 

Omnibus Sancte Matris Ecclesie filiis presentibus et futuris 
Galfridus filius Petri salutem, Sciatis me dedisse et . hac carta 
mea confirmasse Deo et ecclesie Sancti Jacobi de Wellebec et 
Canonicis ibidem Deo seruientibus ordinis Premonstrati Ecclesiam 
Sancti Petri de Ducemanetun cum omnibus pertinentiis suis in 
puram et perpetuam Elemosinam pro salute anime mee et uxoris 
mee et heredum meorum. Testibus, Ranulfo de Glamuile, Justicia 
Domini Regis, Gerardo fratre suo, Willelmo filio Ranulfi, Roberto 
de Leistun, Henrico de Maudune, abbatibus, Ricardo del Pec, 
Willelmo fil. Roberti. 



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1080. Letter from Ivo Comubiensis, Archdeacon of Derby, to the 
clerks appointed by the Chapter of Scaruesdale, instituting the Abbot 
and Canons of Wellebeck in the church of St. Peter of Duchemanetun, 
on the presentation of Geoffrey fil. Petri, afterwards Chief Justice of 
England, which they had maintained their right to in the Court of 
King's Bench at Westminster, before Ranulph de Glanville and six 
other King's Justices. [1187-1188.] (Woll. i. 46 B.) 

Magister Ivo Comub[iensis] Archidiaconus Dereb' omnibus clericis 
per capitulum de Scaruesdale constitutis salutem. Nouerit uni- 
uersitas uestra nos ad presentationem Galfridi fil. Petri instituisse 
abbatem et canonicos de Wellebech in ecclesia Sancti Petri de 
Duchemanetuna et eis personatum prefate ecclesie concessisse 
quam ipsi dirationauerunt in Curia Domini Regis apud Westmonas- 
terium coram Justiciis Domini Regis, scilicet Rannulfo de Glanuill, 
Hugone Dunelmensi, Johanne Norwicensi, Galfrido Heliensi, 
episcopis, Godefrido de Luci, Gocelino Archidiacono Ricardo 
Thesaurario Domini Regis. Testibus, Magistro Ascelino, Hugone 
de Dranefeld, Stephano de Cestrefeld, Geruasio fil. Roberti, Ricardo 
de Stafeleg', Roberto de Aumeton, Gregorio de Scardecliue. 

1081. Grant from H[ugh Nonant], Bishop of Coventry, to the 
Abbey of Wellebec [Welbeck, co. Notts.], of the church of Ducke- 
mant[on], with condition for appointing a chaplain and celebrating an 
anniversary of the obits of the bishop and his successors. [1187-1188.] 
(Woll. i. 44.) 

H. miseracione diuina Couentrensis Episcopus omnibus tam clericis 
quam laicis ad quos littere presentes peruenerint salutem ab autore 
salutis. Nouerit uniuersitas uestra nos attendentes paupertatem 
et religionem conuentus de Wellebec in remissionem peccatorum 
nostrorum et pro animabus predecessorum nostrorum et eorum qui 
nobis succedent concessisse, donasse et presenti carta confirmasse 
abbati et Conuentui de Wellebec ecclesiam de Duckemanton cuius 
aduocatio dinoscitur ad eos pertinere libere et quiete cum omnibus 
pertinenciis suis in perpetuam elemosinam possidendam ita ut liceat 
eis fructus et omnes conuentiones et possessiones in proprios usus 
conuertere. Abbas autem dicti monasterii capellanum honestum 
prouidebit qui, cum episcopo uel ei qui uicem eius gesserit fuerit 
presentatus, eidem Ecclesie deseruiet. Et abbas episcopo uel eius 
officialibus de episcopalibus per omnia respondebit salua nimirum 
episcopi canonica iusticia. Sepedictus etiam abbas firmiter in 
manu nostra promisit quod anniuersarium diem obitus nostri et 
successorum nostrorum pontificum sub ea ueneratione sub qua et 
abbatis euisdem loci faciet celebrari. Ut igitur hec donatio nostra 
perpetuis temporibus firma perseueret earn sigilli nostri munimine 
confirmamus. Testibus, Willelmo Duredent, Magistro Ricardo de 
Gnohushal, Magistro Acelino, Philippo decano de Derebi, Magistro 
Martino Lumbardo, Magistro Siluestro, Magistro Helia, Magistro 
Johanne Kenteis, Radulfo clerico et pluribus aliis. 

1082. Confirmation from Geoffrey [de Muschamp], Bishop of 
Coventry, to the Abbey of Wellebec, of the church of Dukmanton, 
granted to the abbey by his predecessor H[ugh Nonant] ; also a 
pension of 3 marks and 3 shillings from the church of Ettewelle during 

the life of H nunc eiusdem ecclesie vicarius and at his death, two 

parts of the said church, and power to the Abbot of presenting a 
clerk to the remaining third part. Witn. Paul, Abbas de Leicestria, 
Mag. Robert, Archidiaconus de Salopesburi, Mag. Helyas de Chiueleia, 



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Mag. Simon de Derbi, Mag. Walter Malet, Walter at Matthew capellani, 
Richard de Scalt', Thomas de Beuerlaco, Nicholas Camerarius. 
[1196-1208.] (Woll, i. 45.) 

1083. Grant from Matildis de Wlveleia to the Abbey of St. James 
of Wellebec, with the assent of Geoffrey her heir, of a bovate and 
half-bovate of land in the vill of Dukemantune and the toft which 
was Edwin's, and the meadow " quod fuit messario eiusdem villa," 
paying a yearly rent of 2 nummi at Martinmas. Witn. Hugh fil. Leising, 
Robert fil. Ragenaldi, Henry fil. Roberti, Henry fil. Mabille, Robert 
de Aneslaia, William fil. Roberti la Frare, Robert claricus da 
Tibeschalf, Geoffrey claricus de Sulghl', Walter homo Roberti. Temp. 
Ric. I — John. (Woll. i. 46a.) 

1084. Grant, for one mark, from Hamo fil. Walter da Dukemanton, 
to the Canons of Wellebec of his toft, etc., in Dukemanton, which he 
held of Hawisa fil. Roberti Torcard; rent, 14^. Witn. John de Orrabi, 
William fil. Gregorii de Scarleclive, William fil. Thome de Suttone, 
Henry de Pecco, Robert fil. Raghnardi, etc. Early Hen. IH. (Woll. 
i- S4-) 

1085. Grant from Geoffrey fil. Simonis de Ducmanton, to the Abbey 
of Wellebec, " quod homines tenentas da feudo meo sequantur molen- 
dinum suum de Ducmanton et faciant molendinum et stagnum sicut 
solebant et sicut alii homines de pradicta villa da Ducmanton." Witn. 
Alan de Ducmanton, Geoffrey fil. Hugonis, Peter de Peck, Roger de 
Ingham, etc. Temp. Han. III. (Woll. i. 48.) 

1086. Covenant whereby Hugh fil. Alani de Duckemanton 
releases to William, Abbot, and to the Convent of Wallabeke, six 
bovates of land in Duckemanton and various other pieces of land near 
Kyrkelana, Pirlewallsike, etc., in exchange for lands in the same place, 
and 10 marks. Witn. Dom. Roger Briton, Dom. Peter de Briming- 
ton, Robert de Wyverton, and others. Dat. Annun. B. V. M., 1243. 
(Woll. i. S3.) 

1087. Grant from Wi[lliam], Abbot, and the Convent of Wellebake, 
to Hugh fil. Alani de Duckmantone and Emma his wife, of full parti- 
cipation in all spiritual goods, with full and solemn service at their 
decease, and the enrolment of their names in the martyrology of the 
Abbey, in return for their benefactions to the Abbey, and especially 
for remission of a bond for 5 marks. Dat. Vigil of Annun. of B. V. M. 
[24 Mar.], i243[4]. (Woll. i. 49.) 

1088. Grant from Geoffrey fil. Galfridi da Dukemaneton to Hugh 
fil. Galfridi de Dukmaneton his brother of lands in the vill of Duke- 
maneton; rent, two marks. Witn. Dom. Roger de Eyncurt, Dom. 
Roger Briton, Joscelin de Stainesby, Robert da Ockeston, Adam de 
Norton, Henry da Frowic, etc. Dat. First Sunday in Advent [2 Dec], 
32 Hen. III. [1247]. (Woll. i. 64.) 

1089. Grant from Geoffrey fil. et her. Galfridi fil. Hugonis de 
Ducmanton to the Abbey of Welbec, of four bovates of his demesne 
lands, together with his capital dwelling-house in Ducmanton; rent, 
half a mark. Witn. Dom. Roger Briton, Dom. Peter de Brimington, 
milites, Robert de Wyverton, Hugh fil. Alani da Ducmanton, and others. 
Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. i. 65.) 



Duckmanton. 135 

1090. Grant, for 7 marks, from Hugh fil. Galfridi de Ducmantona, 
to Hugh fil. Alani de Ducmantona, of two bovates of land in the 
territory of Ducmantona; rent, one pound and a half of wax. Witn. 
Dom. Roger Briton de Waltona, Dom. Peter de Brinhingtona, Peter 
fil. Hugonis de eadem, Stephen fil. Petri de Calaal, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Woll. i. 56.) 

1 09 1. Grant from Peter fil. Willelmi de Pecc[o] and Matildis filia 
Henrici de Ducmantone, " sponsa mea," to the Canons of Wellebec, 
of the fifth part of the mill of Ducmantone; rent, 4^. With under- 
takings respecting the grinding of com produced on the estate of the 
grantor at the said mill. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. i. 55.) 

1092. Release from Martin fil. Radulfi de Hynkneshille to the 
Abbey of Wellebec of land called Presteridhing in the territory of 
Ducmanton, which was the "maritagium Susanne matris mee." Witn. 
Hugh, vicarius de Ducmantone, Ralph de Sydenhale, Alan de Briming- 
tone, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. i. 50.) 

1093. Release from Gwydo de Foresta, Master of the Temple, 
in England, to Thomas, Abbot of Wellebeke, of i2j. of rent from 
lands in Dugmanton; rent, 2S. Witn. John de Dugmantone, Prior of 
Wellebeke, Robert de Whattone, sub-prior, Nich. de Cumba, etc. Dat. 
Dynesl' [Temple Dynnesley, co. Heref.], F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 
1292. (Woll. i. 52.) 

1094. Grant from John [de Castrefeld], Abbot of Wellebeke, to 
Roger de Hinkereshul, of land in Dokemanton; rent, zs. Witn. William 
le Bret of Brimington, Roger de Dokemanton, Thomas de Hinkereshal, 
etc. Dat. Welbeke, Vig. of Epiph. [5 Jan.], i3io[ii]. (Woll. i. 51.) 

1095. Confirmation from John de Stoteville, Dominus de Ekynton, 
of a grant by Matildis de Duckmanton, to the Abbey of Wellebecke, 
of two bovates of land and a messuage in Dukmantone. Witn. Will. 
le Bret, Stephen Leyr, Roger de Dukmantone, William Dolfyn, etc. 
Dat. Ekyntone, F. of St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 1314. (Woll. i. 47.) 

1096. Defeasance of a bond by Laurence fil. Ricardi fil. Rogeri 
de Dokmantone to William fil. Petri de Langwathe and Richard his 
brother, for jPfio, on condition that he ratifies a deed by Richard his 
father, by which the said William and Richard are enfeoffed in lands 
in Dokmanton. Dat. Dokmanton, Morr. of S. Bartholomew [25 Aug.], 
14 Edw. II. [1320]. (Woll. i. 70.) 

1097. Bond of Laurence fil. Ricardi de Dugmantone to Richard 
de Langewathe, clericus, to acquit him to the Abbot of Wellebecke, 
of i^d. rent of lands in Dugmantone. Witn. Roger de Hingkershille, 
Robert his brother, Hugh de Calhal, etc. Dat. Dugmantone, All 
Saints' Day [i Nov.], 1326. (Woll. i. 69.) 

1098. Confirmation from Laurence fil. Ricardi de Dokemantone 
to Richard fil. Petri de Langwathe and William his brother of his grant 
made to them of lands in Dokemanton, together with a rent of dd. 
Witn. William de Sancta Elena, John de Gayteford, John le Savage, 
coroner of Derby, etc. Dat. Netherlangwaht, Sun. b. Xmas. Day, 
I Edw. III. [1327]. (Woll. i. 71.) 

1099. Release from Laurence fil. Ricardi de Dukmantone to the 
Abbot of Welbeke, of a water-mill in Dukmantone, in exchange for 
permission to grind corn there, free of charge. Witn. Roger Dayncurt, 
mil., William de Uftone, John le Sauvage, etc. Dat. Derby, F. of 
St. Luke [18 Oct.], 4 Edw. III. [1330]. (Woll. i. 72.) 



1 26 Ducknianton. 

1 100. Release from Laurence fil. Riccardi de Dukemantone to 
Richard le Hunte of Essehovere [Ashover], of a capital messuage in 
Dukemantone. Witn. John de Wyggeleye, Roger fil. Rogeri de Duk- 
mantone, Roger Gamel of Hynkersil, and others. Dat. Dukemantone, 
Morr. of Holy Trinity [27 May], 5 Edw. III. [1331]- (Woll. i. 67.) 

1 10 1. Defeasance from Richard le Hunt of Essehovere to Laurence 
fil. Ricardi de Dukmanton, of a grant of a place of meadow land 
called Henneparke-medewe, in Dukmanton, in consideration of the 
payment of 70^. at Martinmas. Dat. Dukmantone, Sat. a. F. of 
St. Luke [18 Oct.], 6 Edw. III. [1332]- (Woll. i. 73-) 

H03. Release from Richard le Hunte of Essover to Dom. Roger 
Deyncourt, mil., of land called Henne Parke Medwe, in Dokemonton. 
Witn. Roger Somerville, Ralph de Reresby, Rob. de Vynfeld, etc. 
Dat. Parkshale, S. a. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 8 Edw. III. [i334]- 
(Woll. i. 59.) 

1103. Copy of a final concord made at York, Michaelmas Term, 
10 Edw. III. [1336], whereby Thomas de Ryther of Netherlangwathe 
and Idonia his wife surrender for 10 marks to Roger Deyncourt chiv'- 
lands and 8d. of rent in Dokemanton. (Woll. i. 57.) 

1 104. Copy of a final concord made at the same time and place, 
whereby William de Russhyndene and AUce his wife surrender, for 
20 marks, to the same Roger, lands and a rent of (id. in Dokemonton. 
(Woll. i. S7a.) 

1 105. Grant from Laurence de Dokmantune fil. Ricardi de 
Dokmantone to Dom. Roger de Eyncourt, mil., dom. de Parco, of a 
rent of 7d. from lands in Dokmanton. Witn. Dom. William le Grey, 
mil., Dom. William de Byngham, mil., Robert Bryton, etc. Dat. 
Dokmanton, T. b. F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 15 Edw. III. 
[1341]. (Woll. i. 68.) 

1 106. Grant, in tail, from John de Wytyntone to Henry de Duk- 
mantone and Matilda his wife of lands, with services of free-men and 
natives, in Dukmanton, together with the reversion of lands in the 
same place, held by Agnes, widow of Roger de Dukmantone, with 
reversion to John son of Matilda Laveroke, wife of Henry de Duk- 
mantone, and to Alice, her daughter. Witn. Robert Frauncais, John 
de Plumley, etc. Dat. Dukmantone, M. b. F. of St. Margaret [20 July], 
16 Edw. III. [1342]. (Woll. i. 6ff.) 

1 107. Covenant between Alice, wife of Mons. Nicholas de 
Longeford, and Maude, wife of Sir Roger Deyncourt, for a marriage 
between Nicholas, son of the said Mons. Nicholas, and Alice, daughter 
of the said Roger, who agrees to enfeoff them with lands in Dugmanton 
and to grant the reversion of 100 marks to the said Maude at his 
death. Dat. Derby, M. a. Michaelmas Day, 20 Edw. III. [1346]. 
French. (Woll. x. 2.) 

1 108. Grant in tail from Roger Deyncourt to Nicholas, son of 
Nicholas de Longfforde, and Alice, his wife, daughter of the said 
Roger, of lands in Dogmanton; rent, a rose. Witn. Henry Gate, 
Henry de Knyvetone, Walter Hapher, etc. Dat. Tues. in Easter week 
[3 Apr.], 21 Edw. III., 1347. (Woll. i. 58.) 



Duffield. 137 

1 109. Lease from Henry Noppe of Dugmanton and Edith his wife 
to John Grene of the same and Isabel his wife, of lands in Dugmanton, 
for 40 years. Witn. Roger de HynkershuUe, Roger son of Henry, John 
Coke, etc. Dat. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 3 Ric. II. [1380]. 
(Won. i. 60.) 

mo. Grant from John "bey= Kyrk,'' chaplain, to Henry Laurance 
and Avice his wife of lands called Robcroft, in Dugmanton. Witn. 
John Watson, William Bochere, Anker Scorer, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Silvester [31 Dec], 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Woll. i. 63.) 

1 1 n . Grant from John Stanley and Robert his son to John, Abbot 
of Welbec, of a water-course called " le Sought," running from a mine 
of sea-coal belonging to the said Abbot in IDugmanton, through or 
under the lands of the said John and Robert, as far as Reynaldbrigge. 
Dat. T. b. F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 30 Hen. VI. [1451]- 
(Woll. i. 61.) 

1 1 13. Grant from Thomas Laurans to Martin Laurans his son of 
lands lying between Pykmancroft and Dukmanton. Witn. Ralph 
Wryghte, chaplain of Dukmanton, Roger Wryght, Robert Downs, etc. 
Dat. F. of St. Blaise, Bp. [3 Feb.], 3 Hen. VII. [1488]. (Woll. i. 62.) 

DUFFIELD. 

(DuFFELD, Duffeld-super-Ambre, Duffeud.) 

1 1 13. Grant from William, Earl of Ferrars, son of William, Earl 
of Ferrars, to Gilbert de Horsseleye, of 24 acres of land, by the perch 
of 17 feet, in the forest of Duffeld-super-Ambre, at a rent of 20s. 
yearly. Late twelfth century. (Eg. 437.) 

Willelmus Comes de Ferr[ariis] filius Willelmi Comitis de Ferr[arus] 
omnibus hominibus suis et amicis clericis et laicis francis et Anglis 
tam futuris quam presentibus salutem. Sciatis omnes me dedisse 
et concessisse et hac presenti carta mea et sigillo nostro confirmasse 
Gileberto de Horsseleya quatuor uiginti acras terre per perticam 
xvii pedum in foresta mea de Duffeld super Ambre illi et heredibus 
suis tenendum de me et de meis heredibus in feudo et hereditate 
libere solute et quiete per xx solidos reddendo annuatim mihi uel 
heredibus meis pro omni seruicio ad me vel ad meos heredes 
pertinente, scilicet ad duos terminos medietatem ad annunciacionem 
beate Marie et alteram medietatem ad festum Sancti Michaelis 
et husbote et haibote de bosco iacente per uisum forestariorum 
meorum. Hanc uero donacionem dedi illi pro humagio et seruicio 
suo. Hii sunt testes, Robertus fil. Walkelpni], Henricus eius frater, 
Johannes de Boscheuill, Willelmus de Rideware, tunc senescallus, 
Philippus clericus de Duffeld, Robertus de Grendon, Henricus fil. 
Hereberti, Hugo fil. Walteri, Radulfus de Wudeham, Hamo clericus, 
Robertus filius Gamel, et multis aliis. 

1 1 14. Grant from Edmund son of Henry III. to Walter le Harpur 
of a toft in the vill of Duffeud to hold, for a yearly rent of \?>d. 
Witn. Dom. Tho. de Bray, Hugh de Viene, Euger" de Hestriis, John 
Basset, etc. Dat. Tuttebure, 8 July, 11 Edw. I. [1283]. Seal of arms. 
(Add. 15774-) 

1 1 15. Writ for assignment of dower to the Queen of Navarre, 
viz. : — Duffield Manor, with its members of Southwood, Holbrook, 
Heage, Belper, Alderwasley, Idridgehay, Newbiggin and HuUand, 



138 Duffield 

Duffield Forest, Hertington Manor, Crondecote, Bonsall, Brassington, 
Spondon, Parwick, Appletree Hundred, Gresley Hundred, Newbold, 
etc. Brunton, 1298, 21 June. (D. of L.) 

1 1 i6. Release from Edmund Fasman to Cicely Fischer and John 
Bakelot, heirs of Henry Fischer, of all his right in the tenements in 
Duffeld which he had on the death of Thomas Fasman, his father. 
Witn. Sir Thomas Fraunceys, Sir William de Monyashe, vicar of 
Duffeld, etc. Dat. 2 Apr., 5 Ric. II. [1382]. (P. R. O. b. 3777.) 

1 1 17. Release from Thomas Alibone, chaplain, to Cecilia Fisher 
and John Bakelot, heirs of Henry Fisher, of his right in tenements 
in the vill of Duffeld, which he had of the feoffment of Edmund 
Fasman of Derby. Witn. William de Meinasche, vicar of Duffield, 
etc. Dat. 2 Apr., 5 Richard II. [1382]. (P. R. O. B. 1266.) 

1 1 18. Deed whereby Thomas Okour, esquire, farmer of the church 
of Duffeld, promises that he will pay to the Dean and Chapter of the 
new Collegiate Church of the Blessed Virgin at Leicester at Midsummer, 
8 Hen. VI. [1430], for arrears of his farm of Duffeld Church, jCfi 17s. 3d. 
— and in part payment of the J[^^2 for farm of the same for the 
9th year of Henry VI. [1430], at Martinmas next, _;£i3 ds. 8d. ; at 
Christmas, j£6 135. 4d. ; at Midsummer, ^6 i^s. 4d. ; and at Martinmas 
following, _£i5 6s. kd. Dat. 8 June, 8 Hen. VI. [1430]. (Okeover.) 

1 1 19. Attorney from Edmund Bradshawe to Robert Rooper to 
surrender all his lands in Duffield, Edrychey, and Asshleyhey, and 
elsewhere in the county within the demesne of Duffeld Frith, to the use 
of Robert Bradshawe, his son. Dat. 27 Aug., 3 Hen. VIII. [1511]. 
(Bemrose.) 

1 130. "Note of the Oxenyng lands in Duffeld," with the tenants' 
names. Anie 1536. (Kerry xiv. 47.) 

DUFFIELD V. also under Bearwardcote, Belper, 
Mercaston, Mugginton. 

EATON, COLD. 

(Eton.) 

1121. Deed of sale from Humphrey Lowe, late of Denby, and 
Clement Lowe his son and heir-apparent, to Sir Henry Willoughby, 
knt., of the town of Eton, with all appurtenances, for £&8 13J. 4d. 
Dat. 10 May, 14 Hen. VII. [1499]. (Drury-Lowe.) 

EATON DOVEDALE. 

(Eyton-super-Douue.) 

1 122. Lease, for 30 years, from Walter de Cokeseye, knt., and 
Isabella his wife to William Mareschal, of Seggeshale, of lands in Eyton- 
super-Douue; rent, 28^. Dat. Caldewell, M. a. F. of St Valentine 
[14 Feb.], 4 Ric. II. [1381]. (WolL ix. 68.) 

EATON DOVEDALE v. also under Ashbourne. 



Eckington. 1 39 

EATON, LONG. 

(Eytone.) 

1 123. Grant from Robert Teverey, esq., to John Babyngton, knt., 
Thomas Armestrong, esq., William Wentworth, esq., and John Crewker, 
gent., of lands in Stapleford, Thromptone [Thrumpton], and Estwhaite 
[Esthwaite], co. Notts., and in Eyton and Grenehill, co. Derby. Witn. 
Gervase Clyftone, knt., John Seyntandrew, esq., Hugh Annesley, esq., 
Robert Saucheuerell, etc. Dat. Stapleforde, 2 Sept., 11 Hen. VII. 

[1495]- (Won. i. 22.) 

1 124. Power of attorney from Robert Teverey, esq., to William 
Wentworth, jun., and Thomas Bromefeld, to deliver seisin of the 
above manors. Same date. (Woll. i. 23.) 

EATON, LONG, v. also under Stanton-by-Dale. 

ECKINGTON. 

(Ekinton, Ekintone, Ekkyngton, Ekyngton, Ekynton, 
Equenton, Equintona, Hekent', Hekinton.) 

1 125. Presentation of John de Estoutevill, clericus, by his father, 
John de Estoutevilla, miles., to R[oger le Weseham], Bishop of Chester, 
for admission to the moiety of the church of Equintona. Dat. M. a. 
F. of St. Augustine [26 May], 1255. Seal. (Add. 20486.) 

1 126. Lease from Thomas fil. Nicholai Mote of Equenton to Robert 
de Haselyngden, of land and buildings, etc. [in Equenton ?], for 20 
years, commencing on the morrow of All Souls, 13 14. Witn. Thos. 
de Bosco de Scheffeld, Lambert Dyer of Scheffeld, Adam Cook, etc. 
(Harl. 83 G. 52.) 

1 127. Letters of presentation from John Darcy, Dominus de 
Knayth, to Nicholas de Skargille, of the York diocese, to the living 
of Ekintone, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. Dat. Hirste, 
25 July, 1349- (Harl. 49 D. 2.) 

1 128. Grant from Thomas Pereson, son and heir of John 
Pereson, late of Hanley, to Peter Fretchevyle, esq., of a toft and 
croft named Bramley, in Ekyngton. Witn. Joh. Both of Staveley, Rog. 
Tumour of the same, Rob. Rogger of Hanley. Dat. at Handley, 
16 Feb., 20 Edw. IV. [1481]. (Add. 40, 156.) 

1 129. Grant from Richard Bamby to John Plesaunce, vicar of 
Sheffield, John Parker of Leess [Lees], and Richard Trippett of Atter- 
clyffe, of lands, tenements, etc., in Sheffeld, Ecclysfeld, Roderham, 
Handsworth [co. York], and Ekkyngton [co. Derby]. Witn. John 
Baylze, clerk, Thomas Wryght, Richard Kylton, etc. Dat. Sheffeld, 
23 July, I Ric. III. [1483]. (Harl. 112 G. 3.) 

ECKINGTON v. also under COAL Aston, Handley, 
MosBOROUGH, Staveley. 

EDALE v. under Shatton. 

EDENSOR V. under Darley, Pilsley. 



1 40 Edlaston-with - Wyaston. 

EDLASTON- WITH- WYASTON. 

(Edluston; Weardeston, Wiardeston, Wyardeston, 
Wyardiston, Wyardston.) 

1 130. Grant from Roger de Cobbeleye to Nicholas fil. Rog. de 
Marchynton of 2\ acres of land in Wyardeston, lying on Le Ouerefeld, 
etc. Witn. Hugh de Aula, WilHam de Aula de Wyardeston, Richard 
de Hordreue. Temp. Edw. I. (Trusley.) 

1 131. Grant from William de Aula to Nicholas fil. Rog. de 
Mercynton of an acre of land in Wyardeston, with the crop. Witn. 
Dom. Henry de Braylesford. Dom. Roger de Mercynton, milites, John 
Selueyn, etc. Temf. Edw. I. (Trusley.) 

1 132. Quitclaim from Avice and Margery filie Hen. fil. Thorn, 
de Wyardeston to William their brother of all the lands which Henry 
their father and Emma the said Henry's mother held in the vill and 
fee of Wyardeston. Witn. Will de Longford, Roger de Cubbeleye, 
Roger le Hunte. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 1295. 
(Trusley.) 

'I'^ZZ- Grant from Thomas fil. et her. Hugonis de Aula de 
Wiardiston to John fil. Rog. Wildegos de Foston, of half-an-acre of 
land lying on Le Houshold in the fee of Wiardiston. Witn. Nicholas 
de Marchinton, John Selveyn, Richard de Hordeme, etc. Dat. Sat. 
a- F. of St. Edmund, K. and M. [Nov. 20], 29 Edw. I. [1300]. 
(Trusley.) 

1 134. Grant from John fil. Rog. Wyldegos to Robert le Ster 
de Calton of half-an-acre of land in Wyardiston lying on the 
" Houshold." Witn. Hugh de Aula, Thomas de la Grene, Thomas de 
Thorp. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Cuthbert [20 Mar.], 29 Edw. I. [1301]. 
(Trusley.) 

1 135. Grant from Thomas de la Grene of Wiardiston to Henry 
fil. Will, de La Grene of half-an-acre of land in Wiardiston lying at 
Le Fennilache. Witn. Nicholas de Marcinton, William de Aula, 
Thomas de Winster, etc. Dat. F. of St. Laurence [2 Feb.], i304[5]. 
(Trusley.) 

1 136. Grant from John fil. Rog. Wyldegos de Foston to Henry 
fil. Will, de la Grene of an acre, etc., of land in the fee of Wyardeston. 
Dat. S. a. Michs. [29 Sept.], 34 Edw. I. [1306]. (Trusley.) 

1 137. Grant from Richard de Aula de Wyardiston to Henry dictus 
Bonus of an acre, etc., of land in Wiardiston. Witn. Richard, clericus 
de Aulneton, Hugh de Aula, Richard de Hordrenne, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Trusley.) 

1 138. Quitclaim from Margery fil. Hen. fil. Thorn, de Wyardiston 
to William her brother of all the lands which Henry her father and 
Emma, the latter's mother, held in Wyarduston. Dat. M. a. F. of 
St. Barnabas [11 June], 1295. (Trusley.) 

1 139. Quitclaim from Thomas de la Grene de Wyardeston to 
Henry fil. Will, de la Grene of all his lands in Wyardeston. Dat. Fr. 
b. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 3 Edw. II. [1309]. (Trusley.) 



Edlasion-with- Wyaston. 141 

1 140. Grant from William fil. Rog. de Cobeleye to Nicholas de 
Marchynton. of four acres of land in Wyardeston. Witn. Thomas fil. 
Hug. de la Sale, Richard de Hordren, Thomas de la Grene. Dat. 
F. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 7 Edw. II. [1314]. (Trusley.) 

114 1. Grant from Thomas fil. Nich. le Pottere to Nicholas de 
Marchinton of his messuage and land in Wyarduston. Witn. Robert 
de la Sale, Adam Hurt, Richard de Hordrene, etc. Dat. Vig. of 
St. Thomas, Ap. [21 Dec], 10 Edw. II. [1316]. (Trusley.) 

1 142. Grant from Richard de Hordeme to Dom. Richard de 
Fillingleye, chaplain, of a messuage, etc., in Wyarduston. Dat. S. a. 
Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 10 Edw. II. [131 7]. (Trusley.) 

1 143. Grant from Hugh fil. Will, de la Grene de Wyardeston to 
Henry his brother of a rood of land in Wyardeston lying "in le 
Hemrudyng super le Lymputford." Witn. William de Potloc, Richard 
de Hcrdeme, Henry de Hordeme. Dat. T. a. Trinity [31 May], 1317. 
(Trusley.) 

1 144. Grant from Richard le Taillour fil. Joh. de Lek de Neuton 
to Nich. de Marchynton of 12^. annual rent from a messuage, etc., 
in Wyarduston. Witn. Adam le Gardiner, Nicholas fil. Leticie de 
Roddesleye, Richard de Hordeme, etc. Dat. W. b. F. of Nat. of 
St. John B. [24 June], 10 Edw. II. [1317]. (Tmsley.) 

1145. Quitclaim from Thomas fil. Nicholai le Pottere to Nicholas 
de Marchinton of land and meadow in Wyarduston. Witn. Thomas 
fil. Reginald! de Asschebum, John de Pecco de Roddesley, Nicholas 
fil. Mich, de Roddesley. Dat. Roddesley, Th. a. Christmas, 13 Edw. II. 
[1319]. (Trusley.) 

1 146. Grant from Thomas fil. Nich. le Porter to Nicholas de 
Marchinton of all his lands, etc., in Wyardeston. Witn. John de Pecco 
in Roddesley, Nicholas Horm, John de Roucestre, capellanus. Dat. 
T. b. F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 13 Edw. II. [1320]. (Trusley.) 

1 147. Grant from Richard de Horderen to Reginald fil. Nich. 
de Marchinton of 2S. annual rent from all his lands in Wyardeston. 
Witn. Ralph de Marchinton, Nicholas Selveyn, John de la Peck, etc. 
Dat. Sat. b. Ascension Day [29 May], 14 Edw. II. [1321]. (Trusley.) 

1 148. Grant from John de Coudrey to Reginald fil. Nicholai de 
Marchinton of six acres of land in the fee of Wyardeston lying in 
Schertwode and Stirkesmor. Witn. Ralph fil. Nich. de Marchinton, 
Nicholas Selveyn, Adam Hert, etc. Dat. Whitsunday [15 May], 1323. 
(Tmsley.) 

1 149. Quitclaim from Adam de Wyndeston to Reginald de 
Marchenton of 22 acres of land in Schertwod and Stirkesmor in 
Wyardeston. Witn. Ralph de Marchenton, Nicholas Selueyn, Adam del 
Halle, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], i323[4]. (Tmsley.) 

1 150. Grant from Reginald fil. Nich. de Marchinton to Ralph his 
brother of lod. yearly rent in Wiardeston. Witn. John de Pecco de 
Roddesleye, Hugh Faber, Adam de Aula, etc. Dat. Sat. a. Pur. of 
B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 17 Edw. II. [1324]. (Trusley.) 

1 151. Grant from William fil. Hen. fil. Emme de Wyardiston to 
Nicholas fil. Rog. de Mercynton of land in Wyardiston. Witn. Dom. 
Henry fil. Herberti, Roger de Bradeburn, mil., John Selvein. Circ. 
temp. Edw. II. 



142 Edlaston-with- Wyaston . 

1 152. Grant from Richard de Hordrene to Nicholas de Marchinton 
of half an acre of land in Wyardiston. Dat. S. a. F. of St. James 
[25 July]. Circ. temp. Edw. II. 

1 1 53- Grant from Henry de la Grene to Adam his son of all 

his lands in Wyardeston. Witn. Reginald de Marchynton, John 

Coudrey, Adam ad Aulam, etc. Dat. T. a. Trinity [28 May], 
16 Edw. III. [1342]. (Trusley.) 

1 154. Grant from John fil. Thom. de Wyardeston to Richard, 
ballivus de Yeveley, of half an acre and a rood of land in Wyardeston, 
near le Fennilachemarleput. Dat. T. b. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 
26 Edw. III. [1353]. (Trusley.) 

1155. Grant from Cecily del Grene to Walter Tibbesone de 
Longeforde of all her lands, etc., in Wyardeston. Dat. T. a. Easter 
[7 Apr.], 29 Edw. III. [1355]. (Trusley.) 

1 156. Quitclaim from Henry fil. Joh. Coudrey to Thomas de 
Marchynton of Roddesley of 2od. annual rent in Wyardeston. Witn. 
Nicholas de Knyveton, Robert le Fower, Geoffrey de Salford, etc. Dat. 
Roddesley, M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 45 Edw. III. [137 1]. 
(Trusley.) 

I157' Grant from Walter Tibbesone to Dom. Will, de Clifton, 
rector of Edluston, and Dom. Richard Leche de Edluston, capellanus, 
of all the lands in Wyarduston which he had by grant from Cecily 
del Grene. Witn. Nicholas de Knyveton, Thomas de Marchinton, John 
Selven de Reggusley, etc. Dat. Morr. of Inv. of H. Cross [4 May], 
50 Edw. III. [1376]. (Trusley.) 

1 158. Grant from William Myners and Agnes his wife to William 
Myners his son of a messuage which they had by grant of William 
Cheyne in Wyardston. Witn. John Myners, esq., John Perkyn, WilHam 
Hurt, etc. Circ. temp. Edw. III. (Trusley.) 

EDNASTON. 

(Eadulmestone.) 

1 159. Release from Roger Venator to Bartholomew, Prior, and 
the monks of Totesbure [Tutbury, co. Staff.], of lands in the manor 
of Semmeloia, towards Eadulmestone, in exchange for a confirmation 
of his old tenement held at i6d. rent, and a grant of 10 acres of 
land near the same, measured by the perch of 18^ feet; rent to the 
Prior, 12^. Witn. Sir William de Rideware, steward, Henry de 
Daneston, Ralph de Toruardeston, etc. Temp. Hen III CWoll 
viii. 68.) • \ • 

EGGINTON. 

(Eggington, Eginton, Egkyngeston, Egkyngton, 
Egynton, Egyntone.) 

1 160 Grant from Almaric de Gace to Ralph fil. Nicholai of all 
his land m Egkyngeston and Amboldeston [in Elvastonl, "cum toto 
redditu meo de Dereby," which he inherited from his mother, to 
hold by tenure of one sparrow hawk or i2d. Witn. Stephen de 
Segrave, Justice of England, John fil. Philippi, Godfrey de Crawecrumb, 
Richard de Sandiacre, Oliver de Sautcheverel. Early Hen III 



Egginton. I43 

1161. Inspeximus and confirmation by Henry III. of the charter 
of Amauric de Gace (w. above). Witn. P. Wyntoniensis episcopus, 
S. de Segrave, Justicia Anglie, Walter de Clifford, Ralph Gernun, 
Geoffrey Dispensator, Geoffrey de Cauz. Dat. per manum venerabilis 
Patris R. Cycestrensis episcopi Cancellarii nostri apud Gloucestriam, 
5 Jan., anno 18 [1234]. (Every.) 

1 1 62. Similar confirmation by Henry III. of a similar but not 
identical charter, whereby Amauric de Gace sold to Ralph fil. Nicholai 
his land in Egkyngton and Amboldeston " cum toto redditu meo de 
Dereby," which he inherited from his mother, to hold to the said 
Ralph from Ralph de Frusenguill by doing service to the latter, 
"quantum, pertinet ad octavam partem feodi unius militis." Same 
witnesses and date. (Every.) 

1 163. Grant from John de Chandois, with the assent of Margery 
his wife to Richard fil. Willelmi de Eginton of all the land of Lappinge- 
haly with the meadow which Odo Winemer sometime held in the 
territory of Eginton and five selions lying near Horsmedwe and three 
other selions in the same vill. Witn. Thomas de Curzun, Fulcher de 
Yrton, mil., Nicholas de Finderne, Robert Ferbraz, Robert fil. Walkelini 
de Egington, etc. Temp. Hen. III. Fine seal of arms of John de 
" Chaundos." (Every.) 

1 164. Grant from Margaret de Grendon to Richard fil. Will, de 
Eginton of a part of her land in the territory of Eginton, viz., three 
selions in Thacholm lying between the land of Geoffrey de Musters 
and the land of Godwin fil. Lefwini and two selions on Asphil. Witn. 
Robert fil. Fulcheri de Osmundeston, Ernald de Eston, Richard fil. 
Gileberti de Eston, Gilbert de Merston, Robert fil. Walkelini de Eginton. 
Temp. Hen. III. (Every.) 

1 165. Grant from Margaret de Grendon, widow, to Richard fil. 
Will, de Eginton of a bovate of land in the vill of Eginton, with three 
selions near the road which leads to Tutesbire and a selion in Ambre- 
flat, three selions in Holme towards Neuton, a selion on Bruneshul, 
etc. Witn. Dom. Henry fil. Geroldi, Dom. John Talebot, Dom. 
Geoffrey de Musters, Dom. Henry fil. Walkelini, Dom. Hugh, persona 
de Eginton, Gilbert de Merston. Temp. Hen. III. (Every.) 

1 166. Grant from Ralph fil. Nicholai to Richard fil. Will, de 
Eginton of a bovate of land which Godwin fil. Lefwyne sometime 
held in the said vill of Eginton. Witn. Dom. Robert de Duyn, Dom. 
Geoffrey de Bee, Dom. Robert de Esseburn, Dom. Nicholas de Sancto 
Mauro, Dom. Richard de Venables, Nicholas de Chadisden, clerk, 
Nicholas fil. Walclini, Robert fil. Walclini. Late Hen. III. (Every.) 

1 167. Grant from Robert fil. Walkelini to Richard fil. Willelmi 
of a part of his land in the territory of Eggington, viz., three selions 
in Thacholm, two acres beyond Northbroc towards the heath, one 
acre on Asphil, one acre between Blachmere and the "divisa de 
Wilinton" which Ketel fil. Willelmi held, and half an acre in Flete. 
Witn. Dom. Geoffrey de Musters, Henry fil. Walkelini, Hugh decanus, 
Symon de Sancto Mauro, Gilbert de Merston, etc. Late Hen. III. 
(Every.) 

1 168. Release from Margery que fuit uxor Johannis le Chaundois 
to Richard fil. Will, de Egynton of all the land of Lappingehaly with 
the meadow which Odo Wynemere held in the vill of Egynton, and 



1 44 Egginton. 

five selions between Horsmedwe and the land of Godwin fil. Lewyn 
and three selions between Northbroc and the Heath. Witn. Thomas 
de Curzoun, Hugh le Meynel, Fulcher de Irton, mil., Nicholas de 
Fynderne, Robert Ferbraz, etc. Late Hen. III. (Every.) 

1 169. Grant from Ralph fil. Hugonis de Gurney of Wylintune to 
Dom. Robert de Stafford and Gundreda his wife, of six acres of arable 
land in the territory of Egyntone lying in Egyntoneholm and Ryeflat. 
Witn. William de Muschamp, Robert Ferebras, Nicholas de Fynderne. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Every.) 

1 170. Grant from Walter de Streton to John his first-born son 
and heir of twenty-six acres of arable land in the territory of Eginton 
lying in an assart called Le Newe Ruyding, between the assart of 
Dom. Robert de Stafford and the land of John de Chandoys. Witn. 
Dom. Robert de Tok, Ralph de Lattheburi, Richard le Seriant. Dat. 
Tu. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 1301. (Every.) 

1171. Grant from Avice le Bonde of Egynton to Ralph de 
Lathebury of two acres of land in the territory of Egynton lying at 
Le Blakemere, Lombrekotedich, Potlocholm, and Barspol. Witn. Dora. 
Giles de Meygnyll, Robert le Touk, mil., Robert Ferbraz de Wylynton, 
William le Muschamp, Richard FoUot de Etewell. Dat. Tu. a. 
Michs. Day [29 Sept.], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. (Every.) 

H72. Release from Robert fil. Elie le Bonde de Egynton of the 
above lands to the said Ralph. Dat. F. of SS. Simon and Jude 
[28 Oct.], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. (Every.) 

1 173- Grant from Thomas Cocus, manens in Eginton, to Robert 
his first-born son and heir, of a messuage with buildings thSreon in 
the vill of Eginton, and forty-six acres of land in the same vill and 
territory. Witn. William le Sergant, William le Couper, Robert 
Caytewayte, Nicholas le Sergant. Dat. Fr. b. Nat. of St. John B. 
[24 June]. 1328. (Every.) 

1 174. Grant, for life, from Thomas de Rolleston to William 
Phelip, chaplain, of a moiety of his land of Lappynghalugh in Egynton. 
Witn. Robert de Lathyngbury, John de Tyneworth, William de Pakynton, 
etc. Dat. Egynton, Th. a. F. of St. Katharine [2^ Nov.], 11 Edw. IIL 
[1337]- (Harl. 112 C. 4°-) 

H75- Lease, for life, from Thomas de Rolleston to John fil. 
Johanms le Wrlyot of Egynton of a moiety of his land and meadow 
of Lappynghalugh in the vill of Egynton. Witn. Robert de Lathyng- 
bury, John de Tymorth, William de Pakynton. Dat. Fr. a. F. of 
St. Katharine [25 Nov.], 11 Edw. IH. [1337]. (Every.) 

H76. Grant from Theobald Trussell, mil., to William Tuttebury 
of Derby of all his lands, etc., with fishery and other rights in the 
vill of Egynton. Witn. Auered de Sulney, mil., John Fraunceis, John 
Toucher, Ralph de Duffeld, John de Fyndern. Dat. Fr. in Whitsun 
Week [r4 June], 33 Edw. HL [1359]. (Every.) 

"77. Quitclaim from Richard de Tuttebury, Richard de Chedle, 
and William Andreu, chaplains, of all the lands with fisheries, etc., 
in the vill of Egynton lately held by William de Tuttebury of Derby. 
Witn. John Foucher, Ralph de Duffeld, John de Rolleston, etc. Dat. 
a^ Tuttebury, W. a. Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 34 Edw. HL [1360]. 



Egginton. 145 

1 178. Conveyance from John de Rolleston to William ill. Nich. 
de Eginton of all that arable land which the latter had on lease from 
Richard de Mackeleye in Eginton, namely, at or near Omerflat, 
Smalmedewe, Lappinghalghdich, Asphull, Hethflat, and Tothebuttes. 
Witn. John Foucher, Richard de Rolleston, Henry de Lathebury. Dat. 
F. of St. Oswald [15 Apr.], 42 Edw. III. [1368]. (Every.) 

1 179. Grant from John Fouch and Ermentrewe his wife to 
William Mareschal of Seggeshale, Margaret his wife, and others, of 
all their lands, etc., in Egynton, Ambaston [in Elvaston], Thurleston, 
Chaddesden, Rodburn, Potlok, Fyndem, Etewall, Berewardecote, 
Hethhouses, Horseleye, and Trusseleye. Dat. Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 
50 Edw. III. [1376]. French. (Every.) 

1 180. Re-conveyance from John fil. Joh. le Wryht of Egynton to 
Thomas de Rolleston, his lord, of all his land and meadow in Lappyn- 
halugh, which he held on lease. Temp. Edw. III. (Every.) 

1 181. Grant from John de Brynnesley, rector of the church of 
Hoggesthorp, to Henry de Bothe of Norbury, esq., John de Bradley, 
vicar of Duffeld, Thomas Rypley, vicar of St. Michael, Derby, and 
Robert Smalley of Alwaston, of all the lands and tenements which he 
had of the feoffment of Robert Pole, parson of Colwyk, sometime 
parson of Swerkeston, and Robert de Walton, chaplain, in the vUI 
of Egjfnton. Witn. John de Fyndeme, John Lathbury, John de 
Bonyngton, Nicholas de Scheyl, Thomas de Makworth, esquires. Dat. 
10 Nov., 5 Hen. V. [141 7]. (Every.) 

1182. Grant from John Bothe, son and heir of Henry Bothe, to 
William Vernon, esquire, John Lawe, clerk, John Spycer, and Richard 
Buon, of an annual rent of six marks from the lands which Roger 
Wylson and others held in the vill of Egynton. Dat. 10 May, 
7 Hen. VI. [1429]. (Every.) 

1 183. Conveyance from John Bothe of Derby, Geoffrey de Hulme, 
Thomas Culcheth, and Nicholas Culcheth to Cecily le Gaunt and 
Elena, his daughter, of all those messuages in Egynton which Roger 
Willeson and others held and acquired by feoffment of John fil. 
Henrici Bothe. Witn. Thomas Bradshagh, Robert Smalley, Nicholas 
Dawson. Dat. 12 Sept., 8 Hen. VI. [1429]. (Every.) 

1184. Power of attorney from Nicholas Fyzherbert of Northbury, 
John Lathbury of Eggyngton, John Rolleston of Swerkeston, and John 
Saucheverell of Aston, esquires, to John Waundell of Eggyngton and 
-John Clerk, to receive seisin of the manor and demesne of Eggyngton 
called Semereplace, with other lands, in the said town, which were 
lately Richard de Rolleston's, and two acres of lands in Hylton called 
Semereacres. Dat. 4 Feb., 14 Hen. VI. [1436]. (Every.) 

1 185. Quitclaim from Robert Lathbury filius junior Aluredi 
Lathbury, mil., to John Lathbury fil. Johannis Lathbury "nepotis mei," 
of all his lands in Egynton and Hethhouses which the said John fil. 
Johannis and Katherine hold of the feoffment of Henry Bradbume, 
esq., and William Lathbury. Dat. 11 June, 17 Hen. VI. [1439]. 
(Every.) 

1 186. Grant from Margaret de Harley of Egynton to John 
Rogerson of a messuage and three roods of land in Egynton. Witn. 
John Lathbury, esq., John Rogers, William Bracley. Dat. M. b. F. 
of St. James [25 July], 32 Hen. VI. [1454]. (Every.) 



1 46 Egginton. 

1 187. Grant from William Vernon, knt, to John fil. Hen. Bothe, 
William son and heir of the said John, and Henry the son of the 
last-named William, of an annual rent of six marks from lands in 
Egynton. Dat. F. of Tr. of St. Thomas [7 July], 4 Edw. IV. [1464]- 
(Every.) 

1 1 88. Grant from John Bothe of Erleston, esq., son and Heir of 
Henry Bothe, to Henry de RoUeston, son of John RoUeston pf 
Swerkeston, of a messuage in Egynton called Semereplace, and all 
other lands, meadows, fisheries, etc., which were sometime Richard 
Rolleston's in the same vill. Dat. 17 Aug., 5 Edw. IV. [1465]. 
(Every.) 

1 189. Grant from Henry RoUeston, son and heir of John RoUeston 
of Swerkeston, to Thomas Stathum, knt., Henry Vernon, John Curson, 
John Both, Ralph Saucheverell, Henry Stathum, esquires, and others, 
of a messuage in Egynton called Semerplace, with fisheries, etc. Dat. 
24 June, 8 Edw. IV. [1468]. (Every.) 

1 190. Quitclaim from Nicholas Agard of Newborough, co. Staff., 
esq., to William Mounyng, clerk, William Boylleston, John Agard, and 
eight others of two messuages and lands adjacent in the tenure of 
William Shorthose and a parcel of meadow in the tenure of the Prior 
of Tutbury, all in the fee of Eggington and Merston, co. Derby. Dat. 
F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 18 Hen. VII. [1502]. (Every.) 

EGGINTON V. also under ASHBOURNE, ROSTON, WiLLlNGTON. 

ELMTON. 

(Elmeton.) 

1 191. Grant from John Bromale and Matilda his wife to William 
de Leek, John Oxton, and Edmund Cooke of Thurgarton, of all their 
lands in Elmeton. Witn. Dom. Nicholas de Gon.sille, Dom. Ralph 
Frecchevyle, knt., William Marjory. Dat. Vig. of St. Matthew 
[20 Sept.], 20 Ric. II. [1396]. (de Rodes.) 

1 193. Grant from John Regge de Walley and Joan his wife to 
Thomas Edeson of nine acres of land in the fields of Elmton. Witn. 
Robert Barker, John Scherston, Richard Kechyn. Dat. S. a. F. of 
St. Martin [11 Nov.], 3 Hen. VI. [1424]. (de Rodes.) 

1193. Grant, on petition, from King Henry [VIII.] to Sir William 
Tyler, knt, and Nicholas Carue, esq., of the manor of Elmeton and 
Holmesfield, co. Derb., and other manors in cos. Notts, and Salop, 
late belonging to Francis Lovell, Viscount Lovell [and forfeited to 
the Crown by Act of Attainder in 1489]. (Add. 22628.) 

ELTON. 

1 194. Lease from Godfrey Foliambe, custos Johannis fil. Thome 
Foliambe "Ward" domini Henrici Duels Lancastrie to Richard Bon, 
of two messuages and three bovates of land in Elton, for 10 years. 
Dat. Morr. of Pur. of B. V. M. [3 Feb.], 31 Edw. III. [1357]- 
(Foljambe.) 

1195. Quitclaim from William Pyrton, clerk, and Adam Nubyggyng, 
clerk, to Edward Foliambe, knt., John Staforth, sen., of Eyom, Roger 
Wormhyll and Thomas Waterhows, of the manors of Elton and 
Tyddeswall and 40 acres of land in Wormhyll, Lytton, Burton, and 
Abney. Dat. F. of Nativity [25 Dec], 1424 [?]. (Foljambe.) 



Etwall. 147 

1 196. Acquittance from Philip Leche, esq., to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., and Benedicta his wife, for 10 marks in full payment of 25 marks 
due to him by agreements touching the lordship of Elton. Dat. Vig. 
of SS. Simon and Jude [27 Oct.], 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. (Foljambe.) 

ELTON V. also under Birchover, MELBOURNE. 
ELVASTON V. under Egginton. 

ETWALL. 

(Ettewalle, Ettewelle, Etuuel, Etwalle.) 

1 197. Lease from Bernard, Abbot, and the Convent of Burton- 
[-on-Trent], to Richard de Bersicote, of the land which his father 
John had held of them, and at the same rent, 10^., with licence to 
make a mill in Bersicote [in Etwall]. [1160-1175.] (Stowe 77.) 

Notum sit omnibus presentibus et futuris quod ego Bernardus 
dictus Abbas Burtonie totusque eiusdem loci conuentus concessimus 
et present! carta confirmauimus huic RicardO' de Bersicote et 
heredibus suis terram patris sui Johannis quam tenuit die qua 
fuit uiuus et mortuus tenendam libere et quiete, sicut idem Johannes 
eam tenuit uidelicet pro decem solidis singulis annis reddendis 
videlicet ad festum Sancti Martini et ad festum sancti Johannis et 
pro suo libero seruicio. Concessimus etiam ei Molendinum 
faciendum et habendum in Bersicote sine detrimento et diminutione 
redditus Molendinorum nostrorum. His testibus, Primum ipso 
capitulo uidelicet Willelmo Priore, Audoeno suppriore, Martino, 
Willelmo cantore, tribus Ricardis et ceteris omnibus, Roberto de 
Stapenhell, Ailwino capellano, Reginaldp capellano, Radulfo de 
Chaldwell, Leisingo de Brontestune, Roberto de Hegworda, 
Ricardo filio Leising, Emaldo filio Elfrici pistoris, Hereberto 
preposito, Waltero nepote Cutberti, Walarando Coco, Reginaldo 
filio Ailmeri, Hugone de Chalduuell, Humfrido de Herteshorne. 

1 198. Grant from Malcolm Mosard fil. Radulfi Mosard and John 
Mosard fil. eiusdem Radulfi to Peter de Cestria, " prepositus de 
Staverle[y]," of land in the territory of Etuuel and Hinkershill which 
they had by grant of Hugh and Alice de Aldwark. Witn. William 
de Stotvile, Robert le Breton, Oliver de Langford, Ralph Cachehors, 
etc. [1282-1298]. (Harl. 86 H. 51.) 

1 199. Grant from Hugh fil. Nicolai de Ettewalle and Selestria 
his wife, daughter of Fraunceys, with the consent of their children, 
Adam, William, and Matilda, to the Abbey of Wellebec of a ditch 
between their property and that of the Abbey, with stipulations as to 
building a wall. Witn. Walter le Rybef in Ettewelle, Richard Foliot 
of the same, Alexander de Morton in the same. Dat. Ettewelle, Palm 
Sunday, 1294. (Add. 26758.) 

1200. Grant from Peter fil. et her. Roberti de Herdewyk to Nicholas 
fil. Alexandri de Eginton of two acres and a half of land and half 
an acre of meadow in the field and meadow of Herdewyk [in Etwall], 
the land lying in the culture called Berneflat between the land of the 
Prior of Tutbury and that of Dom. Ralph de Meymur, and the meadow 
between the land of Walter, rector of Eginton, and that of Richard 
Folyot of Etewelle. Witn. Henry, rector of Eginton, William le 
Mergawute, William fil. Ermentrewe, John Chaundes, etc. Dat. T. a. 
F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 29 Edw. I. [1301]. (Every.) 



1 48 Etwall. 

1 20 1. Grant from. Robert fil. Rogeri de Eginton to John his son 
of an acre and a half of arable land in Hulton in a certain place 
called Le Herdewik. Witn. John Rowhe, John le Coupere, chaplains, 
Thomas le Flexhewere, William Caytewayte. Dat. S. a. Ann. of 
B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 8 Edw. III. [1334]. (Every.) 

1202. Quitclaim from William Godladde of Hulton to Ralph de 
Lattheburi of the capital messuage of Heredwik which he had of the 
feoffment of William fil. Radulphi de Hulton. Dat. Sat. a. F. of 
St. Katharine [25 Nov.], 35 Edw. III. [1361]. (Every.) 

1203. Sale by John Fitzherbert, King's Remembrancer, to John 
Port and Jehan, his wife, daughter of the said John, for 300 marks, 
of lands in Etwalle, Bumastone, Trusley, and Hylton, which the said 
John Fitzherbert had previously granted in trust to Water Odeby, 
John Chauntrell, clerks, etc., for his use. Dat. 21 May, 10 Hen. VII. 
[1495]- (Won. xi. 48.) 

1204. Sale by John Fytzherbert, King's Remembrancer of the 
Exchequer, to John Port, husband of Johane, daughter of the said 
John, of lands in Etwall, Burnaston, Trusley, and Hylton, with rever- 
sion to Eustace, son of the said John Fytzherbert, and John Fytzherbert 
of Norbury. Dat. 25 May, 10 Hen. VII. [1495]. (Well. xii. 133.) 

,1205. Release, for ;£i6o, from John Fitzherbert, Remembrancer 
of the Exchequer, to John Porte, husband of Johane, daughter of the 
said John Fitzherbert, of lands in Etwall, Burnaston, Trusley, and 
Hiltone. Dat. 28 Oct., 18 Hen. VII. [1502]. (Woll. xii. 103.) 

1206. Release from John Chaunterell, clerk, Ranulph Bylyngton, 
and John Copwode, gent., to John Porte of Etwall, gent., of lands in 
Etwall and elsewhere held of John Fitzherbert, Remembrancer of the 
Exchequer. Dat. 16 Mar., 19 Hen. VII. [1504]. (Woll. xii. 105.) 

ETWALL V. also under Bearwardcote. 

EYAH. 

(AlHUM, ElUM, Eyham, Eyom, Eyome, Eyoum, Eyum.) 

1207. Grant from Eustace de Moreton to Richard de Staford of 
three bovates of land in Eium, one of which Richard, the latter's 
father, held; another Adam de Kileburn held; and the third, " quam 
ei perfeci de ipso dominico meo " ; to hold by service of finding 
a lamp burning before the altar of St. Elena in the church of 
Eium during divine service. Witn. Serlo de Begele, Peter de Hassop, 
Robert de Calfhouera, Robert de Abeneya, Oliver de Saucheverel, etc. 
Temf. Hen. III. (Woll. vii. 37.) 

1208. Confirmation by Eustace fil. Eustachii de Moretain to 
Richard de Stafford of the preceding grant of land in Aihum, to hold 
by the same service. Witn. Serlo de Beeleg', Richard de Ednesor, 
Robert de Stanton, Robert de Calfor, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. 
vii. 38.) 

1209. Grant from Richard de Stafford to Roger his son of all 
that land which he had from Dom. Eustace de Mortein in the vill 
and territory of Eyum; the said Roger to hold by the same service 
of a lamp, etc. Witn. Robert le Archere, Matthew de Langisdon, 
Henry de Caluouere, John Bauquell, clericus, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Woll. vii. 44.) 



Eyam. 1 49 

12 10. Release from William de Mortein of his claim to the services, 
following, and chattels of John fil. Nicholai de Eyum to Richard de 
Stafford, in consideration of 24J. Witn. William Maubuel, then 
Seneschal, Ralph de Eyincurt, Roger de Mortein, Roger de Stafford, 
Henry de Caluouere, William de Langisdon, Hugh de Hegelawe, Nicholas 
de Paddeley, William Albus de Grundelford, John clericus, etc. Dat. 
at Dunnisby, W. post clausum Pasca [29 Apr.], 32 Hen. Ill [1248]. 
Seal of arms. (Bowles.) 

121 1. Grant from Roger fil. Rogeri de Staff ordia to Richard de 
Stafford, his brother, of all that land in Eyum which Richard de 
Stafford, his grandfather, gave him. Witn. Thomas Foleiaumbe, 
William, his brother, William Hally, Thomas Foleiaumbe, etc. Tenth. 
Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Woll. vii. 39.) 

12 12. Grant from Roger de Morteyn dominus de Eyum to Roger 
le Rus and Agnes his wife of four messuages and six bovates of land 
in Eyum, held respectively by Thomas Attechirchestile, Roger Attecrosse, 
and others and four acres of waste land near Leyghumsti and common 
of pasture throughout the manor; rent, 40^. Witn. Dom. Richard de 
Herthulle, mil., and Dom. Thomas Foleiambe, mil., John Martyn, Peter 
de Roland, etc. Dat. Wed. b. Pur, of B. V. M., 28 Edw. I. [1300]. 
(Woll. vii. 40.) 

12 13. Proceedings taken in Winster Church relating to the divorce 
of Richard de Stafford and Isabella, his wife. Dat. Tu. a. All Saints' 
Day, 1308. (Bowles.) 

12 14. Undertaking by Thomas de Furnival, sen., domimus de 
Hallumchire, to whom Agnes, " que fuit uxor Rogeri le Rous," and 
John her son have granted an annual rent of 20s. from four messuages 
and lands in Eyum, to hold the same Agnes and John acquitted in 
respect of the said rent " versus Dominum Rogerum . . . et 
Dominum Rogerum de Mortein." Witn. John Bozon, dominus de 
Edinsouere, Richard Foleiaumbe de Longisdon, Richard de la Pole, 
Richard le Archer, Robert de Caluoure, etc. Dat. Beauchef, Vig. of 
F. of Circumcision [31 Dec], 1322. (Bowles.) 

12 15. Grant from John fil. Roger le Rous to Gervase Rankel of 
a toft and bovate of land in Eyum, as in a deed of feoffment which 
the said Roger had from Dom. Roger de Morteyn, " condam domini 
de Eyum." Witn. Richard le Archer, Richard de Paddeley, etc. Dat. 
T. a. "Quasimodo" Sunday [3 Apr.], 16 Edw. II. [1323]. (Foljambe.) 

12 16. Grant from Alexander de Leyum to Richard de Leyum, 
his brother, of lands in E5aim. Witn. Richard de Paddeley, William 
de Abbeney, Roger de Stafford, etc. Dat. F. of St. Peter ad Vincula 
[i Aug.], 3 Edw. III. [1329]. (Woll. viii. 7.) 

12 17. Release from James de Sulby to Gervase Rankelle of two 
bovates of land called Ryleghleyes in Eyum. Witn. Roger fil. Ricardi 
de Paudeley, Thos. Rankelle, William fil. Walteri de Eyum, etc. Dat. 
S. a. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 12 Edw. III. [1338]. (Woll. 
vii. 45.) 

12 18. Grant from John fil. Gervasii Raunkell of Eyum to Agnes 
que fuit uxor Ricardi del Dale of Eyum of a messuage and two bovates 
of land in the vill of Eyum, in a place called Ryleye. Witn. John 
le Golert of Eyum, John fil. Rogeri de Stafford de eadem, William Note 
de eadem, etc. Dat. W. a. F. of St. John, a.p.l. [6 May], 25 Edw. III. 
[1351]. (Woll. vii. 42.) 



150 Eyam. 

12 19. Grant, in tail, from Agnes relicta Ricardi de Dale of Eyom 
to William fil. Willelmi de Stafford and Matilda, her daughter, in free 
marriage, of a messuage and two bovates of land in Ryleye in Eyom, 
with reversion to the grantor. Witn. John de Stafford of Eyom, 
William Note of the same, John le Chapman of Folowe, etc. Dat. T. 
a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 28 Edw. III. [1354]. (WoU. vii. 61.) 

1220. Grant from Philip de Basselowe, chaplain, to John fil. 
Henrici de Moniassh and Matilda his wife and the heirs of their bodies, 
of two messuages, two bovates of land, and a place containing six 
acres " subtus Leyminsty " in the fee of Eyum, sometime held by 
Richard de Leyum; with remainder . (on failure of heirs to the said 
John and Matilda) to Henry fil. Joh. fil. Henrici and his heirs bom of 
Mariota, and on failure of heirs to them, to Nicholas Meuerell. Witn. 
John de Stafford, William Note, John le Chapmon, John de Bagschawe, 
John del Dale. Dat. Eyum, Sat. a. Octave of Easter [7 May], 
29 Edw. III. [1356]. (Bowles.) 

122 1. Grant from Joan and Matilda daughters of Richard del 
Dale de Eyum, widows, to John de Stafford of Eyum, of a plot of 
land lying between the high road and the common rivulet of the said 
town, and opposite his house. Witn. John fil. Henrici de Moniassh 
de Eyum, William de Hokelowe, John de Tonstedus del Fouwelowe. 
bat. F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 44 Edw. III. [1370]. Endorsed 

"Carta de le Oxfold." (Bowles.) 

1222. Grant from Robert de Sulby to Roger Northe of Dobenehull 
and Dyonisia his wife, of a rent of (is. from a tenement at Ryley in 
Eyum. Witn. Thomas de Wombewelle, John de Eyum, John de 
Stafford, etc. Dat. T. a. Easter [3 Apr.], 4-5 Edw. III. [1^60]. 
(Woll vii. 43.) 

1223. Release from Robert fil. Rogeri Northe and Agnes his wife 
to John de Stafford of Eyom, of a rent of ds. in Eyom. Dat. S. a. 
Exalt, of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 43 Edw. III. [1369]. (Woll. vii. 41.) 

1224. Grant from Thomas de Ouere, chaplain de Eyum, to John 
le Wright and Joan his wife, of a messuage and bovate of land in 
Eyum, which were sometime William Wysmon's. Witn. John Foliamb, 
John Nikbrother, John de Stafford, Nicholas de Wardelowe, Henry 
de Tiddeswell. Dat. Eyum, Th. a. F. of St. Cedda, Bp. [2 Mar.], 
46 Edw. III. [1372]. (Bowles.) 

1225. Quitclaim from Margery nuper uxor Johannis fil. Ricardi 
de Haddun to John de Stafford, sen., Thomas le Penne, chaplain, 
and Thomas Amote de Midulthun, of a messuage and nine acres of 
land and a half in Eyum which descended to her through Henry 
Gregory her brother. Witn. John le Archer del Heglowe, Nicholas de 
Wardelowe, John Cobyn. Dat. M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. U Feb.], 
II Ric. II. [1388]. (Bowles.) " 

1226. Grant from John de Stafford de Eyoum and Thomas 
Amot de Midelton to John Rankell, chaplain, of two messuages and 
nine acres and a half of land in Eyoum. Witn. Nicholas del Leghes, 
Nicholas de Wardlowe, William Meverell, John del Mulne Henry 
Gregory. Dat. F. of St. Laurence [2 Feb.], 16 Ric. II. Fisg^]. 
(Bowles.) 

1227. Attorney from Thomas Amot to John de Stafford to give 
seism to John Rankell of the above lands. Same date. (Bowles.) 



Eyam. 151 

1228. Grant from John Rankell to John Redser, rector of Eyum, 
Richard de Grendun, rector of Blore, and John Spondon, chaplain, of 
a messuage and nine and a half acres of land in Ejoim. Witn. John 
de Stafford, William Meuerell, Stephen Marton, etc. Dat. S. a. F. 
of SS. Peter and Paul [29 June], 18 Ric. II. [1394]. (Bowles.) 

1229. Bond from Matilda relicta Nicholai del Leghes de Eyoum 
and John del Leghes his son to John de Stafford, " in viginti plaustratis 
plumbi precii cuiusdam plaustrate quatuor libr" sex solid' et octo den," 
to be paid to the said John at Eyoum on S. a. Exalt, of H. Cross 
next, if the said Matilda and John do not pay the debts of the said 
Nicholas, and if the said John do not suffer any loss because of the 
said debts, or if the said Matilda or John sell " le Cluff plumbi " of 
the said John without his consent. Dat. W. a. F. of St. Martin 
[11 Nov.], 20 Ric. II. [1396]. (Bowles.) 

1230. Attorney from John Redser, rector of Eyum, and John 
Mappullus, sen., of Scheffeld, to John Rancekell, chaplain of Eyum 
to deliver seisin to John del Leghes of a messuage and two bovates 
of land in Eyum and a messuage with " duobus callis " in Chesturfield. 
Dat. Schefuld, W. b. All Saints' Day [i Nov.], 22 Ric. II. [1398]. 
(Bowles.) 

123 1. Grant from William Kalal de Normunthun and Randulph 
de Clapwell to Richard de Stafford and John Rankell, chaplain of 
Eyum, of a messuage and two bovates of land in Eyum, with a toft 
lying under Leghamsty, which they had by feoffment of John de 
Leghus. Witn. Thomas Foliambe, Thurstan de Beure, Roger Leche, 
etc. Dat. F. of St. Edward, K. and M. [18 Mar.], 1399 [1400]. 
(Bowles.) 

1232. Grant from Richard Stafford of Eyum and John Rankel, 
chaplain, of the same, to Alice, wife of John Stafford, esq., and Robert 
their son, of the messuage and lands in Eyum and the toft under 
Leghumsty which they had of the grant of William Kalal and Ralph 
de Clapwall. Witn. Nicholas de Wardelowe, John Cobyn, Stephen 
Martyn. Dat. F. of St. Peter and St. Paul [29 June], i Hen. IV. [1400]. 
(Bowles.) 

1233. Grant from John Redsyr, rector of Eyom, and John de 
Spondon, chaplain, to Dom. Thomas Nevyll, dominus de Hallumshire, 
and John de Wardelowe, of a messuage and nine and a half acres 
of land in Eyom which they had of the feoffment of John Rankell. 
Witn. Stephen Martyn, John Cobyn, Henry de Haselford, etc. Dat. 
apud Eyom, F. of St. Mathias [24 Feb.], i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Bowles.) 

1234. Attorney from John de Spondon to John Redsyr to 
deliver seisin of the above lands to the said Thomas and John. Dat. 
apud Barley, F. of St. Mathias [24 Feb.], i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Bowles.) 

1235. Attorney from Alice, wife of John Stafford, esq., and Robert 
their son to Richard de Knottesford of Neuton, co. Line, to take 
seisin of a messuage, etc., in Eyum granted to them by Richard 
Stafford and John Rankell. Dat. apud Ketulesthorpe, S. a. Nat. of 
St. John B. [27 June], i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Bowles.) 

1236. Attorney from John Stafford of Eyum, esq., to John 
Rankell and Richard Stafford his brother to deliver seisin to Richard 
de Knottesforde, of all the lands in Folowe which the said John had 
of the grant of John Ranckell. Dat. apud Kettillesthorp, S. a. Nat. 
of St. John B. [27 June], i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Bowles.) 



1^2 Eyam. 

1237. Grant from John Ranckell, chaplain, to Alice, wife of John 
Stafford, esq., and Robert, son of the said John Stafford and Alice, 
and the heirs of the said Robert in tail, of all the lands which he 
had by feoffment from John Stafford of Eyum, sen., father of the 
said John, in Eyum, Ryley, Folowe, Huclowe, Bawkwell, Yollgreve, 
and Castilton [Eyam, Riley, Foolow, Hucklow, Bakewell, Youlgrave, 
and Castleton, co. Derby] ; to hold during the lifetime of the said Alice, 
with remainder to the said Robert, and on default of heirs to him then 
to John and Roger, the other sons of the said John Stafford. Witn. 
Thurstan de la Bowie de Tyddeswelle, Rob. de Middeltone of the 
same, Richard de Stafford of Highlowe, etc. Dat. F. of SS. Peter 
and Paul, i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Woll. vii. 46.) 

1338. Sale from Geoffrey de Roulond, Nicholas Martyn, John 
Clerk, chaplain, John Andrew, chaplain, William fil. Johannis Smyth 
de Ascheford, and William Meuerell, to Nicholas de Wardelowe of 
Eyom and Thomas de Brischfeld, of all the oaks, -ashes, and other 
trees growing in Festewod. Witn. John de Stafford, John Cobyn, 
Thomas Mascy. Dat. Eyum, Whitsunday, 4 Hen. IV. [i4°3]- (Bowles.) 

1239. Bond from John Leghes, son and heir of Nicholas Leghes 
of Eyom, to John Stafford, esquire, for payment of £^■0. Dat. M. 
aft. F. of St. Peter ad vincula [i Aug.], 6 Hen. IV. [1403]- (Bowles.) 

1240. Acquittance from John Leghes son and heir of Nicholas 
Leghes to John Stafford, esq., for a sum of money for the reversion 
of a messuage and bovate of land in Eyum which Matilda, mother of 
the said John Leghes, held in dower, and, on her death, descended 
to the latter; and if the said messuage and land be entailed on the 
said John Leghes, the said John Stafford shall only hold it for his 
life. Circ. 1403. (Bowles.) 

1 24 1. Attorney from John Leghes son and heir of Nicholas 
Leghes to John Cobyn to deliver to John Stafford, esq., seisin of a 
messuage and bovate of land in Eyom. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Peter 
ad vincula [i Aug.], 6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Bowles.) 

1242. Grant from John Leghes son and heir of Nicholas Leghes 
of Eyom to John Stafford, esq., of the reversion of a messuage and 
bovate of land in Eyom after the death of Matilda, his mother; to 
be held during life of the grantor. Witn. John Stafford, son of Henry 
Stafford of Eyam, John Cobyn of the same. Will. Bradshawe of the 
same, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Peter ad vincula [i Aug.], 6 Hen. IV. 
[1405]. (Woll. vii. 52.) 

1243. Grant from William Meverell of Eyom to Matilda de 
Gryndulforde, wife of Henry de Grundulforde, of Eyom, of a croft 
called Alencroft abutting on the road to Gryndulforde Bridge. Witn. 
Walter Meverell, John Meverell, Thomas de Bromhall. Dat. M. b. 
Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 8 Hen. IV. [1407]. (Brookhill.) 

1244. _ Grant from John Meverell, sen., and Johanna his wife, and 
John their son and heir, to Thomas Martyn, of the moiety of the 
messuage called Ryleye which they had at the death of William de 
Stafford, father of the said Johanna. Witn. John de Stafford, esq., 
Nicholas Martyn, Richard de Stadone, etc. Dat. Eyam, 20 Aug., 
II Hen. IV. [1410]. (Woll. vii. 65.) 



Eyam. 153 

•245. Grant from John son of Thomas Martin of Eyum to Nicholas 
Martin of Folowe of a messuage and two bovates of land in Eyum 
called Ryleye. Witn. John de Stafford, " squyer," Henry de Stafford 
of Myddelton Clyff, John de Leghum, etc. Dat. M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. 
[2 Feb.], 8 Hen. V. [142 1]. (Woll. vii. 63.) 

1246. Power of attorney from John son of Thomas Martyn of 
Eyum to John de Holynworth of Mideltone to deliver seisin to Nicholas 
Martyn of Folowe of the same messuage, etc. Dat. Notyngham, Fri. 
a. Pur. of B. V. M., 8 Hen. V. [1421]. (Woll. vii. 64.) 

1347, Release from Robert Gerehard of Roddeburne and Alice 
his wife to John Martyn her son of a toft and two bovates of land in 
Eyum called Ryleye. Witn. John de Stafford, "squyer," Henry de 
Stafford of Mydleton Clyff, John de Leghum, etc. Dat. M. a. Pur. 
of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 8 Hen. V. [1421]. (Woll. vii. 62.) 

1248. Bond from John Kyghley, knt., Richard Wallere, esq., and 
Robert Stafford, esq., and William Garner valettus, to Philip Braunche, 
knt., for payment of ^£350. Dat. 10 Oct., 1422. (Bowles.) 

1249. General release from John Penyston, son and heir of William 
de . Penyston de Basselowe, to John Stafford, jun., and Margaret his 
wife. Dat. Eyom, M. a. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], i Hen. VI. 
[1423]. (Bowles.) 

1250. Grant from Richard Cobyn of Eyom to Richard Pygot, 
esq., and Ralphe Leche, esq., of all his goods and chattels in co. Derby, 
in return for £^20. Witn. John Stafford of Mydelton, Richard Bawquell, 
Roger Milne. Dat. Eyom, F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 11 Hen. VI. 
[1433]- (Bowles.) 

1 25 1. Grant from Roger Gerard of Rodburne and Alice his wife 
to Nicholas Martene of the same of lands in Ryley in Eyham. Witn. 
Peter de la Pole, Ralph and Henry, his sons, Walter Twyford, etc. 
Dat. I Aug., 14 Hen. VI. [1436]. (Woll. vii. 66.) 

1252. Grant from Nicholas Marten of Tiddeswalle to Henry 
Blackwalle of Blackwalle, John and William, sons of Roger Jonson 
of Tiddeswal Mylnehowse, of a messuage and two bovates of land in 
Eyum in Ryleye. Witn. John Stafford of Eyum, Walter Meverell of 
the same, Richard Bawkewelle of Mediltone Clyfe, etc. Dat. M. a. 
F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Woll. vii. 67.) 

1253. Quitclaim from John Wardlowe, son and heir of Nicholas 
Wardlowe, of Eyom, to Robert Stafford, of all the lands which 
descended to him on the death of his said father in Eyom. Witn. 
Roger Milne, Thomas Cobyn, Walter Meuerell. Dat. S. a. Exalt, of 
H. Cross [14 Sept.], 18 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Bowles.) 

1254. Release from Henry Blakwalle of Blakwalle and John and 
William, sons of Roger Jonson of Tiddeswal Mylnehowse, to Nicholas 
Marten of Tiddeswalle, of a messuage and two bovates of land in 
Eyum in Ryleye. Witn. Roger Jonson of Tiddeswal Mylnehowse, John 
Stafford of Eyum, John del Hylle of Folowe. Dat. 16 Jan., 20 Hen. VI. 
[1442]. (Woll. vii. 68.) 

1255. Deed whereby the Prior and Convent of the Order of Mount 
Carmel of Doncaster acknowledge that they, with the consent of 
Nicholas Kerton, " noster pater prior provincialis," have received from 



1 54 Eyam. 

John Stafford of Eyum in the Peak a sum of money for the repair 
of their house and redemption of jewels pledged on account of their 
"intolerable debt," for which the Prior, etc., grant a mass with three 
collects to the said John and Margaret his wife. Dat. Stafford, at a 
general convocation, F. of St. Zacheus, 1444. 

On the back is a memorandum by J. Stafford, enjoining his 
heirs to make certain grants to the " Priour of Newsted in Shyrewood " 
for a torch and for tapers to Eyam church, for which they shall have 
participation in the mass, etc., granted above. (Bowles.) 

1356, Sale from Nicholas son of Robert Coterell to William son 
of Richard de Vernon, knt., and Ralph de Legh of all his goods and 
chattels in return for 20 marks. Witn. Christopher Nedham, Robert 
Radclyf, Henry Pylkynton. Dat. apud Thorshed, S. a. Nat. of B. V. M. 
[8 Sept.], 23 Hen. VI. [1444]- (Bowles.) 

1257. Grant from Nicholas Martyn of Tydeswall to Robert Stafford 
of Eyum of a messuage and two bovates of land in Eyum in Ryleye. 
Witn. Richard de Bawkwelle, John Byum, Roger Hasilford, etc. Dat. 
F. a. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 24 Hen. VI. [1445]. (Woll. vii. 69.) 

1358. Power of attorney from Nicholas Martyn of Tydyswalle to 
William Bothum of Stoke to deliver seisin, to Robert Stafford of Eyum 
of a messuage and two bovates of land in Eyum in Ryleye. Same 
date. (Woll. vii. 70.) 

1359. Grant from Robert Stafford, esq., to Thomas Eyre and 
Richard Baukewell of all the lands in Eyam, Baukewell, Yolgreve, 
Tyddus[well], and Huclowe, on condition that they re-convey the same 
to the said Robert and Elizabeth his wife and their heirs in tail. Witn. 
John Grene of Bubbenhull, esq., Roger Mylne, sen., John de Leome. 
Dat. Eyome, 4 Jan., 24 Hen. VI. [1446]. (Bowles.) 

1360. Re-conveya^ce of the above lands from the said Thomas 
and Richard to Robert Stafford, Elizabeth his wife, and their heirs. 
Dat. 6 Jan., 1446. (Bowles.) 

1 36 1. Power of attorney from Margaret Stafford, widow of John 
Stafford, esq., to John Cook of Waltone and John Wylson of Calve- 
overe, to deliver seisin to Richard Stafford, her son and heir, of lands 
in Eyam Clyf, alias Mydelton Clyf, together with two rents of 26^. %d. 
and 5 marks. Dat. 4 Nov., 5 Edw. IV. [1465]. (Woll. vii. 60.) 

1363. Indenture between Richard Stafford, gent., cousin and heir 
of Robert Stafford, esq., late of Eyam, and Thomas Foliambe, esq., 
enumerating the contents of a box of deeds delivered to the said 
Thomas Foliambe " to kepe to the behoofe and use of the said Richard 
and his heiress." Dat. 9 July, 7 Edw. IV. [1467]. (Foljambe.) 

1363. Agreement of Robert Barley of Barley, sen., esq., with 
Richard Bawkwell and Guy Grene, executors of the testament of 
Nicholas Stafford, late of Shroysbury, concerning the suits between the 
said Robert and the said Nicholas during his life, in accordance with 
the award of Robert Eyre, sen., esq., Roger Eyre, John Parker, and 
others, arbitrators. Dat. S. b. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 19 Edw. IV. 
[1480]. (Bowles.) 

1364. Declaration by Richard Stafford, son and heir of John 
Stafford of Eyam, of the uses of an enfeoffment made 20 Oct., 
6 Hen. VII. [1490], by hirn in trust to Robert Eyre of Padeley, jun., 



Farley. 155 

Philip Eyre, parson of Asshore, Roger Eyre of Hulme, Nicholas Stafford 
his brother, and Roger Eyre of Plumley, of lands in Eyam, Middiltone, 
Calvore, Rolond, Yolgreve, Tiddiswall, Longisdone, Huklow, Leom, 
and Bakewell. (Woll. vii. 48.) 

1265. Grant from William Milne of Wormyll and William his 
son to Peter, another son, of all his lands, etc., in Eyam. Dat. 
24 Sept., 24 Hen. VII. [1508]. (Bemrose.) 

1266. Award by Richard Suttone and John Porte, esquires, in a 
dispute between Humfrey Stafford, esq., to Rauff Martyn of Wynster, 
respecting the right to land named Ryley-in-Eyam. Dat. 11 Feb., 
II Hen. VIII. [1520]. (Woll. vii. 49.) 

1267. Lease, for 100 years, from Richard Bakewell, son of Henry 
Bakewell, to George Barley of Stoke, of all his lands, etc., in Eyam 
and Folowe (except one cottage). Dat. i Oct., 13 Hen. VIII. [1521J. 
(Bemrose.) 

1268. General release from Thomas Bagshawe of Eyam, yeoman, 
and Humphrey Bagshawe, son and heir of the said Thomas, to 
Humphrey Stafford, esquire, Humphrey Stafford, Roland Stafford, and 
Anthony Stafford, sons of the said Humphrey, Michael Sele, and John 
Hardye. Dat. 22 Oct., 30 Hen. VIII. [1538]. (Bowles.) 

1269. " Pedigree " of Peter de Lynford and his connection with 
the Stafford family. Sixteenth century. (Bowles.) 

Eyam v. also under FooLOW. 

FAIRFIELD. 

1270. Settlement of suit between the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield and Lenton Priory relating to the tithes of 500 acres of 
land in Fairfield in Hope. Circ. 1250. (Lichf. M.M. 16.) 

1 27 1. Letters patent of Edw. II., whereby licence is granted to 
William de Wikkilwod, parson of Boyleston, to re-enfeoff Walter 
Waldeshelf and Johanna his wife, in three messuages and lands in 
Fairefeld, Bukstones [Buxton], and Hope, and in the balliage of two 
forestries in Hopedale, with reversions to their daughters. Dat. York, 
5 July, a° 15 [1322]. (Woll. iv. 59.) 

1272. Indenture from eighteen residents of Fairfield, Woluelowe, 
and Pigktor, wherein, in recognition of leave from the Dean and 
Chapter of Lichfield to have a chantry chaplain and burial rights for 
their chapel, they bind themselves to present and maintain the chaplain, 
to reserve all rights of the mother church of Hope, and to pay a 
pension of £^2 to the Dean and Chapter. Dat. i Feb., 133 1 [2]. 
(Lichf. KK. 2.) 

FAIRFIELD v. also under TiDESWELL. 

FARLEY. 

(Farnleya, Le Farley.) 

1273. Grant from Thomas Rage of Codenore to Roger Rage and 
Alice his wife of a bake-house, a chamber, a pigstye, and lands in 
Le Farley; the said grant to be void should the said Alice survive 



156 Farley. 

her husband and marry again. Witn. John Gierke, Roger Coke, and 
Roger Gebbe. Dat. Codenore, 2 Sept., 5 Edw. IV. [1465]. (WoU. 
iv. 19.) 

FARLEY V. also under Darley. 

FERNILEE v. under Chapel-en-le-Frith, Heage. 
FINDERN. 

(FiNDERNA, FINDERNE, FINDIRNA, FYNDERNE.) 
1374. Licence from Nicholas de Wilenton to Nicholas, Abbot, 
and the Convent of Burton [-on-Trent], to strengthen their fish-ponds 
at Findeme, promising never to build a mill there, and guaranteeing 
them against damage from the mills at Potlac. [1188-1197.] (Stowe55.) 
The text is : — 

Uniuersis Sancte Matris Ecclesie filiis, Nicholaus de Wilentona 

salutem. Nouerit uniuersitas uestra me dedisse et concessisse et 

hac mea presenti carta confirmasse Domino N. abbati de Burtuna 

et conuentui eiusdem loci licenciam benigne uiuaria sua affirmare 

apud Findeme absque omni molestia et contradictione de me et 

de heredibus meis, ita quod numquam ibi fiat molendinum. Sed 

salua sit et integra tota secta de Findeme molendinis de Potlac 

in perpetuum. Et ut hec mea donatio rata sit et stabilis presentem 

cartam sigilli mei apposicione roboraui. Hiis testibus, Matheo 

capellano de Bauecwell, Willelmo de Vem', Roberto de Stokeport, 

Willelmo Gem', Roberto de Mideltona, Ada de Herthull, Roberto 

de Stantona, Roberto de Aluel', Rogero de Wodnesl', Henrico de 

Herthull, Ricardo de Ednesowra, Thoma fil. Ricardi, Hugone fil. 

Roberti de Waletona, et multis aliis. 

1275. Licence from Robert de Toke to Nicholas], Abbot, and 

the Convent of Burton, to strengthen their fish-ponds at Findeme, 

promising never to build a mill there and to prevent the mills at 

Potlac from injuring their stews. [11 88-11 97.J (Stowe 56.) 

N.B. — The text is identical with the preceding charter, excepting 
the substitution of name R. de Toke for that of N. de Wilentona. 

1376. Memorandum of lease held by Richard, "clericus" of 
Findern, from William [Melbume], Abbot, and the Convent of Burton, 
of land in Findern, and of his resignation to them of other lands 
therein. Witn., besides the whole Convent, Mag. Roger, " seniscallus," 
Philip de Wilinton, Ralph de Stapinhill, Hugh de Findern, Gervase de 
Kame, etc. [1197-1210]. (Stowe 53.) 

1377. Acquittance from Ralph, clericus, fil. Mag. Ricardi de 
Findema to Dom. Lawrence [de Sancto Edwardo], Abbot of Burtone 
[Burton-on-Trent], for seven years' rent in advance of all his land 
of Findema, with the messuage adjoining. Witn. Nicholas fil. Hugonis 
de Findema, John de Sala, Nicholas fil. Nicholai de Wylintone, John 
de Bersicote, etc. Dat. "post festum Annunciacionis dominice in 
Quadragesima" [25 Mar.], 1248. (Campb. iv. 15.) 

1278. Bond given by Hugh de Gumey to the Abbot and Convent 
of Burton [-on-Trent] for his appearance with his wife Elizabeth before 
the Justices of the King's Bench or the Justices in Eyre for the 
execution of a conveyance of his land in Findima, the Abbot and 
Convent paying his costs on the occasion; the bond to be executed 
by the Sheriff of Nottingham, with power to distrain on Hugh's goods 
m default of his appearance. Witn. Will, de Rolleston, sen., Ralph 
de la Bache, V/illiam de Muscampo, etc. Circ. 1275. (Stowe 52.) 



Foolow. 157 

1279. Fine from Hugh de Gurneye and Elizabeth his wife to John 
[Stafford], Abbot of Burton-on-Trent, of a messuage and land in 
Fyndeme. Made before Mag. Roger de Seyton, Mag. Richard de 
Stanes, John de Cobbeham, and Thomas Welond, justices, in the 
octave of St. Hilary [20 Jan.], 3 Edw. I. [1275]. (Stowe 54.) 

1280. Conveyance from Joan de Fyndeme, relicta Joh. de 
Fyndeme, to John Makworth, Dean of Lincoln, Thomas Blount, Henry 
de Knyveton, Henry de Bothe, John de Irton, John Lathebury, and 
Thomas Bradeschawe, of her third part of the manor of Fyndeme 
which she holds as dower, viz., all the chambers, with " le Parler, 
Norcere, Pantre, Botre, Wynceller," in the north part of the Hall, 
and a long house "under one roof," extending on the east towards 
" le Gaytehouse," and on the west towards the pool and several lands 
in the high field on " le Crow-nest," in " le middel forlonge," in " le 
Gores," on " le Foulthome," in " le Gallemedowe," in " le Blakmeyre," 
in " le Ouerclose de Pottloke " called " Overhenmarshe," in " le 
Pottlokfeld " extending on the north towards " le Lytillwallehyll," which 
the said Joan holds in dower in Pottloke (except a part of the long 
house aforesaid which is called " le Werkhouse ") ; to hold in tmst till 
Robert fil. et her. Joh. de Fyndeme arrives at full age, or in case 
of his death, till the full age of the next heir, etc. Witn. Alvered de 
Lathebury, chev., Reginald de Lathebury, Henry Wychard, Thomas 
Makworth, John Crowker. Dat. Th. b. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 
8 Hen. V. [1420]. (Okeover.) 

FINDERN V. also under Repton. 

FLAGG V. under Chelmerton. 

FOOLOW. 

(FOLOW, FOLOWE, FOULOUE, LE FOULOWE.) 

1 28 1. Release from Geoffrey, son of Richard de . . . arhis[?], 
to Richard Marmion, of lands in Fouloue and Eyam; rent, 3^. \d. 
Witn. Henry de Malmeins [?], Thomas Vicarius, Robert de Akenei, 
etc. Late fourteenth century. (WoU. ii. 76.) 

1282. Grant from John Plummer and Robert de Hyndley to 
William Fox, William Cros, and John Ranckel, chaplains, of all the 
lands in the vill of Folowe and in the field of Bretton. Witn. John 
Foliamb de Teddeswell, Robert de Heghcote, John de Stafford, Stephen 
Martyn de Folowe, etc. Dat. Whitsun Tuesday [19 May], 51 Edw. III. 
[1377]- (Bowles.) 

1283. Quitclaim from John Redser, rector of Eyum, and John 
Renkell, chaplain, to Alice, relicta Roberti le Taylur de Folowe, of a 
house and garden in le Foulowe. Witn. Stephen Martyn, John de 
Tunstedes, John de Foulowe, etc. Dat. Foulowe, T. a. F. of St. Martm 
[11 Nov.], 14 Ric. II. [139°]- (Bowles.) 

1284. Quitclaim from John Rankell of Eyum, chaplain, to John 
de Stafford of the lands which he had of the feoffment of John 
Plumer and William Hendley, chaplains, in Folow and Bretton. Dat. 
Eyam, F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], i Hen. IV. [1400]. (Bowles.) 



158 Foolow. 

1285. Quitclaim from Thomas Trote, son and heir of John Trote, 
late of Folowe, to Richard Stafford, kinsman and heir of Robert 
Stafford late of Eyham, of a messuage and five roods of land in 
Folowe which his said father had of the feoffment of the said Robert 
Stafford. Dat. i Feb., 2 Ric. III. [1485]- (Bowles.) 

FOOLOW V. also under Eyam. 
FOREMARK. 

(FORNEWERK.) 

1286. Grant from Elys de Verdoun to Rowland Daneys of John 
atte Grene and Robert atte Grene, his "neifs," of Fomewerk, with 
their issue, goods, and chattels. Witn. Sire Emod [Edmund] de 
Apelby, Sir Averey de Solfuene, Robert de Sallowe, etc. Dat. Fome- 
werk, F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 25 Edw. III. [1351]- French. 
(P. R. O., B. 8005.) 

1287. Covenants between Thomas Babyngton of Dethyk, esquire, 
and Ralph Fraunceys of Fornewerk, co. Derb., esq., for the marriage 
of Ralph Fraunceys with a sister, daughter, or other kinswoman of 
the said Thomas Babyngton. Dat. i July, 1489. (Foljambe.) 

FOREMARK v. also under Newton Solney. 

FOSTON. 

(FOSTONE, FOSTUN.) 

1288. Grant from Roger Wi[l]degos fil. Gerardi Wildegos to 
William Wi[l]degos of three selions of land in Foston and Scropton, 
in Coppelowe ; rent to the lord of the fee, one rose yearly at the feast 
of St. John B. [24 June]. Witn. Dom. Will, le Herberiur, Henry fil. 
Herberti, Walter Akard, William le Mortimer, etc. Temf. Edw. I. 
(Add. 4842.) 

1289. Grant from Roger Wildegos de Fostun to William de 
Mortuo Mari de Scroptun and Alice his wife, of six acres of land in 
the vills of Scropton and Fostun lying in " Le Eyes," between the 
water of Dove and the high road leading to Sudbury. Witn. Thomas 
Morel, Walter Akard, William Coke of Scropton, etc. Dat. on the 
Vig. of SS. Philip and James [30 Apr.], 22 Edw. I. [1294]. (Add. 
4837-) 

1290. Grant from the same to the same William " le Mertimer " 
and Alice his wife of one acre of arable land in " le Eyes." Witn, 
Will. Wildegos, Robert Scheret, Walter Acard, etc. Dat. Esseborn, 
Sat. b. F. of SS. Philip and James [i May], 23 Edw. I. [1295]. (Add. 
4838.) 

129 1. Grant from Roger Wyldegos to Henry Mascori of three 
acres of land and meadow on the moor of Foston; yearly rent to 
the aforesaid Roger, one rose, and to the lord of the fee 2s. silver. 
Witn. Will. Wildegos, John Wildegos, Walter Hakard, etc. Circ. 1295. 
(Add. 4839-) 

1292. Grant from William fil. Gerardi Vildegos to John his son 
of a messuage with the buildings upon it in the vill of Foston; rent, 
a rose yearly. Witn. Dom. Thomas le Bray, sen., " Senescallus Tutte- 
burie," Ralph, clericus de Rollustone, William de Tissinton," Walter 
Achard,- etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 4843.) 



Foston. 159 

1293. Grant from William fil. Roberti Wildgos to Dom. Henry fil. 
Herbert! de Northbury [Norbury], of half an acre of land in the 
territory of Foston, lying in " le Hallemedue," and extending from the 
water of Swetebrok towards Le Spart. Witn. Richard de Kingesley, 
John Wace, Henry de Irton. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 4840.) 

1294. Grant from Nicholas Wildegos fil. Roberti Wildegos to 
William Wildegos fil. et her. dicti Roberti Wildegos, of one acre of 
arable land in Fostone which he bought from Roger fil. Gerardi 
Wildegos. Witn. John Acard, Henry fil. Simonis de Foston, John de 
Crehton, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 4841.) 

1295. Grant from Engenulfus fil. Gilberti de Foston to Robert 
de Creterton of one acre of meadow in "le Allemedewe," in exchange 
for two selions of land " super Marewall." Witn. Will. Wildegos, 
Walter Acard, John fil. Simonis, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 4845.) 

1296. Grant from Robert de Creitton to Engenulfus fil. Gilberti 
de Fostone of two selions of land " super Marewall " in Foston, in 
exchange for one acre of land in " le Allemedewe." Witn. Will. 
Wildegos, Walter Acard, John fil. Simonis, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Add. 4844.) 

1297. Grant from Henry fil. Johannis Symond de Fostone to 
William Wildegos of one selion in the fees of Foston and Scropton lying 
" super le Milneflat." Witn. John Wyldegos, Roger fil. Henrici Wilde- 
gos, Hugh de Assebom, etc. Dat. Fostone, F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 
1302. (Add. 1054.) 

1298. Grant from Robert fil. Roberti Shyret to John his brother 
of a messuage with the buildings standing above, and four selions of 
land in " le Longecroft," in Foston. Witn. John Wildegos, Roger 
Wildegos, John de Saperton, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 
2 Edw. II. [1309]. (Add. 4846.) 

1299. Grant from Henry Symond de Fostone to Thomas Acard 
and Agnes his wife of a place of meadow lying in Smalmedewe in 
Fostone. Witn. John Wyldegos, Henry Mascory, etc. Dat. Fostone, 
S. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 1316. (Add. 1056.) 

1300. Grant from Matilda Wace of Foston to Walter de Cretton 
of a rood of land lying in the field and fee of Foston. Witn. John 
Wildegos, John de Cretton, Thomas Acard, Robert Wildegos. Dat. 
M. a. F. of the Ascension [17 May], 10 Edw. II. [1317]. (Mundy.) 

130 1. Surrender by Henry, capellanus, fil. Henrici clerici de 
Foston, to Dom. William de Foston, capellanus, of a messuage, with 
the houses built above it, in Scroptone and Fostone which the said 
Henry and Thomas his brother had by lease from the said William, 
for the term of their lives. Witn. John de Cregton, John de Colshull, 
Robert Mascory, etc. Dat. Foston, S. a. Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 
1326. (Add. 1057.) 

1302. Grant from Thomas Acard to John fil. Rogeri Wyldegos of 
three selions of land in Fostone. Witn. John de Kyngesleigh, John 
de Cregtone, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 1327. 
(Add. 3849.) 

1303. Grant from Henry fil. Johannis Symond de Fostone to 
Thomas fil. Johannis Acard de Fostone and Agnes his wife of a rood 
of land in the fee of Foston and Scropton, lying above Hareborowe. 
Witn. John Wildegos, Will. Wyldegos, John de Cretone, Henry, clericus 
de Foston, Thomas, clericus de eadem. Temp. Edw. II. (Add: 1055.) 



1 60 Foston. 

1304. Charter from Henry, Earl of Lanqaster and ^Leicester, 
granting to Janyn le Barber and Maud his wife three acres and a half 
of waste land in Foston. Witn. Will, le Blount, John de Freland, 
etc. Dat. the Castle of Tuttebury, 19 Oct., 9 Edw. III. [1335]- 
French. (Add. 4850.) 

1305. Grant from Elizabeth Shirret to Rogeii de Yrtone and 
Ysola his wife of a messuage and all his land in Foston and Scropton. 
Witn. John de Creghtone, Hugh Rodde, etc. Dat. F. of St. Mary 
Magd. [22 July], 12 Edw. III. [1338]- (Add. 4851-) 

1306. Grant from Henry fil. Willelmi fil. Engelard de Foston to 
Roger fil. Rogeri de Sapretone of two acres of arable land in the 
fee of Foston. Witn. John de Creighton de Foston, Robert Wildegos, 
Thomas Acard, etc. Dat. Vig. of St. Michael, "anno regni Regis 
Edwardi fil. Regis Edwardi tertii a conquestu quintodecimo " [? 1341]- 
(Add. 4847.) 

1307. Grant from William Fitzherbert to Thomas Acard of one 
selion and two butts of land in Foston. Witn. Ralph de Makeleye, 
etc. Dat. S. a. F. of SS. Peter and Paul [30 June], 20 Edw. III. 
[1347]. (Add. 4853-) 

1308. Quitclaim from William fil. et her. Roberti Schyret de 
Foston of all his right in all the lands and tenements which the said 
John had of the gift of Elizabeth S«hyret. Witn. Will. Fitzherbert, 
etc. Dat. S. a. Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 22 Edw. III. [1348]. 
(Add. 4854-) 

I309> Quitclaim from the aforesaid William to Robert Wyldegos 
of one acre of land in Foston. Witn. John Creghtone, etc. Dat. W. 
a. F. of St. Katharine [25 Nov.], 22 Edw. III. [1349]. (Add. 4855.) 

13 10. Quitclaim from the aforesaid William to Thomas Acard 
of all his lands and tenements in Foston which formerly belonged to 
Robert Schyret, sen., or to Rob. Schyret, jun. Witn. John de Creghtone, 
etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Nicholas [6 Dec], 22 Edw. III. [1349]. 
(Add. 4856.) 

131 1. Grant from Henry fil. Enge de Fostone to Roger fil. Rogeri 
de Sapertone of a messuage and five acres of land in Fostone. Witn. 
John de Coleshulle, Robert Wildegos, John Wildegos, etc. Dat. F. 
of St. Cedda, Bishop [2 Mar.], 26 Edw. III. [1352]. (Add. 4857.) 

1312. Grant from Roger de Saperton to Robert Wildegos of the 
reversion of one built place with belongings in Foston. Witn. John 
de Coleshulle, etc. Dat. F. of St. Peter-in-Cathedra [22 Feb.], 
33 Edw. III. [1359]. (Add. 4858.) 

1313. Charter by which Johanna, relict of Thomas Acard, sur- 
renders all her title and estate to Thomas, son and heir of the said 
Thomas Acard, in lands in Fostone and elsewhere. Witn. Godefroy 
Fuljambe, Walter de Caumpedone, Parson of the Church of Wygan, 
etc. Dat. 12 May, 39 Edw. III. [1365]. French. (Add. 4859.) 

13 14. Indenture by which William de Burton of Tuttebury grants 
to Henry Hichecocke of Foston and Enot his wife, for their lives, all 
his lands and tenements in Foston and Scropton. Witn. Rob. Wildegos, 
etc. Dat. 12 Mar., 41 Edw. III. [1367]. French. (Add. 4860.) 

13 1 5. Lease, for seven years, from Alice, sometime wife of Thomas 
Rudde de Foston, to John Symond, of one place and three roods of 
arable land in the vill of Foston. Witn. Thomas Acard, etc. Dat. 
F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 137 1. (Add. 4861.) 



Grindleford. 1 6 1 

1 31 6. Lease from William Burton de Falde and Elizabeth his wife 
to William Rosyngtone de Foston of a messuage in Foston, for the 
term of 24 years; rent annually, 17^. Witn. Thos. Acard, John 
Hultone, etc. Dat. F. of St. Peter in Cathedra [22 Feb.], 34Hen. VI. 
[1456]. (Add. 4863.) 

GLAPWELL. 

•3 1 7- Grant from Thomas fil. Willelmi de Glapwelle to Dom. 
Thomas Beke, Bishop of St. David's, of his right in the tenement of 
Glapwell. Witn. Richard de Grey, " dapifer," Henry de Perepont, mil.. 
Will, de Ste)Tiesby, mil., Hugh de Rodemaretheyt, Robert le Grant, 
Hugh Stuffin, Simon de Glapwelle. [1280-1293.] (Harl. 52 G. 60.) 

13 1 8. Grant from the same to the same Thomas Beke of a croft 
in Glapwell. Same witnesses. [1280-1293.] (Harl. 50 H. i.) 

1319. Quitclaim from the same to the same Thomas Beke of 
an acre of land and rent in Glapwell. Same witnesses, [i 280-1 293.] 
(Harl. so G. 59.) 

GLAPWELL V. also under Great Hayfield. 

GLOSSOP. 

1320. General release from John Garlek of Glossop to Alice, 
widow of William del Rodes de Thurleston, and William and John her 
sons. Dat. Glossop, F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 7 Hen. VI. [1428]. 
(Bemrose.) 

GREENHILL. 

1 32 1. Release from John Babyngtone, knt., Thomas Armestrong, 
esq., William Wentworth, esq., and John Crewker, gent., to Robert 
Teverey, esq., of a rent of 2s. &d. from lands in Thrompton, co. Notts., 
and Grenehill, co. Derby. Dat. 5 Sept., 11 Hen. VII. [1495]- 
(Woll. i. 24.) 

GREENHILL v. also under CHESTERFIELD, Long Eaton, 

Norton. 

GRESLEY. 

1322. Quitclaim from Peter de Gresele to John de Segrave of 
three pieces of waste land in the fields of Gresley, Lynton, Rosliston, 
Cotene, and Lulhngton. Dat. Gresley, F. of Inv. of Holy Cross 
[3 May], 33 Edw. I. [1304]. French. (Gresley.) 

GRESLEY V. also under Drakelow, Duffield, Repton. 

GRINDLEFORD. 

(Grindulforde, Gryndelford.) 

1323. Grant from William de Mortaigne to Roger de Leyun fil. 
Hamundi Carpuntarii of the land which Alan de Huckelowe had in 
Gryndelford. Witn. Richard Daniel, Henry de Tadigton, William de 
Heylone. Temp. Hen. III. (Brookhill.) 



1 6 2 Grindleford. 

1324. Grant from William Morton to Roger de Leyum fil. Hamundi 
Carpentarii of the land which Alan de Hucklowe, in the vill of Gryndel- 
ford, formerly held. Witn. Richard Daniel, Henry de Tadygton, Roger 
de Stafford, Robert le Arrecher, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Brookhill.) 

1325. Grant from Richard de Grindulforde to Ralph de Grun 
of a messuage, etc., in Grindulforde. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Laurence 
[2 Feb.], 30 Edw. III. [1356]. (Brookhill.) 

HACKENTHORPE. 

(Hagenthorp, Hakenethorpe.) 

1326. Quitclaim from Thomas Davy of Begheton to William 
Tylly of Hakenethorpe of five acres of land in Hakenethorpe in a 
field called Farmebregesfeld. Witn. Thomas Wilson, John Newbold, 
John Birchete, etc. Dat. F. of St. Thomas [21 Dec], 20 Edw. IV. 
[1480]. (Bemrose.) 

1337. Mortgage by John Dave of Begheton and Jennett his wife 
to William Newbolt of four acres of land near Hagenthorp in a field 
called Hillfield. Witn. John Byrched of Swotall, Edmund Morton, 
Richard Lee. Dat. 18 Mar., 7 Hen. VIII. [1516]. (Bemrose.) 

HADDON, OVER. 

(Addon Superior, Haddon Superior). 

1328. Grant from William fil. Willelmi fil. Radulfi'to the Church 
of All Saints, Bakewell, of an acre and a half of land in Upper 
Haddon. Late twelfth century. (Lichf. B. 5.) 

Sciant tam presentes quam futuri quod ego Willelmus filius 
Willelmi fil. Radulfi de Superiori Hadd[on] dedi et concessi ac 
presenti carta mea confirmaui Ecclesie omnium sanctorum de 
Bauqll in puram et perpetuam elemosinam pro salute anime mee 
et animarum antecessorum meorum unam dimidiam acram terre 
in campo de Superiori Add[on] in loco qui uocatur Merefurlong. 
Preterea presenti carta mea confirmaui Eidem ecclesie illam acram 
terre quam pater mens dedit predicte ecclesie scilicet dimidiam 
acram que adiacet prope Costlaue et dimidiam acram supra 
Dicheclif et ut hec donacio et confirmacio mea rata per- 
maneat earn sigilli mei impressione Roboraui. Hiis testibus, 
Serlone de Bechel', Ada de Hertil, Roberto fratre suo, Roberto 
de Caluoure, Willelmo de Chattiswrthe, Luca de Bechel', Johanne 
de Astun, et multis aliis. 

1329. Grant from John fil. Rogeri de Dale de Asshford to John 
de Burton of Bauquell and Richard Weluet, capellanus, of a messuage, 
etc., in Over Haddon. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Margaret [20 July], 

17 Ric. II. [1393]. (Foljambe.) 

1330. Grant from William de Bagshagh, sen., to Emma, widow 
of John in le Dale, jun., for her life, of all the lands and tenements 
which he had jointly with Nicholas, son of the said John, in Over 
Haddon and Bauquell of the grant and feoffment of the said John. 
Witn. Roger Asser, Thomas Nicholson, William Jacson, etc. Dat. 
Asshford, 10 July, 12 Hen. IV. [1411]. (Foljambe.) 



Hallam, Kirk. 163 

1 33 1. Grant from Robert Hasylhurst, "perpetual chaplain of the 
chantry of John Bradburne and Anne his wife in the parish church 
of Asshebume at the altar of St. Oswald in the south arch," to Thomas 
Sutton, geiit., of a messuage, etc., in Over Haddon, now in the tenure 
of the said Thomas, with all appurtenances, liberties, profits, etc., in 
the same which the said Robert has "in iure cantarie predicte." To 
hold in fee farm at an annual rent to the said Robert of 15^. Dat. 
20 Dec, 27 Hen. VIII. [1535]. (D. A. J. ix. 188.) 

1332. Confirmation of the above grant by Humphrey Bradburn 
of Hough, esquire, " true and undoubted patron of the said perpetual 
chantry." Dat. 26 Dec, 27 Hen. VIII. [1535]. (D. A. J. ix. 188, 189.) 

HADDON, OVER, v. also under Bakewell, Chesterfield, 
Nether Haddon. 

HADDON, NETHER. 

^aZ' Counterpart of lease from Henry Williams, Dean, and the 
Chapter of Lichfield, to George Vernon of Haddon inferior, knt., 
of the tithes of Haddon inferior, Baukewell, Haddon superior, RoUesley, 
Alport, Moniashe, Tadington, ' Prestlyff, Sheldon, Hassilbache, and 
Asshford. Dat. 24 Jan., 4 Edw. VI. [1550]. (Lichf. D. 25.) 

HALLAM, KIRK. 

(Chirchehalla, Chirchehalum, Chirkehalum,Chyrchehalam, 

KiRKHALLOM, KiRKHALOM, KYRKHALUM.) 

1334. Grant from Richard de Sandiacre to Geoffrey le Parker 
of Kyrkhalum of the land which the same Geoffrey first held of the 
aforesaid Richard " in le Plumtrelege," and half an acre of land in 
" Syffonhil " which Robert le Blake held, reserving to the same Richard 
" le Blakegreue " and all his assarts. Witn. Robert de Muschamp, 
Ralph de Hereforde, WilUam de Sand[iacre], William de Risele, Will, 
de Beghle, Matthew Cementarius, Ralph Halum, Hugh Barri, etc. 
Temp. Hen. III. (Lansd. 587.) 

1335. Grant from Henry fil. Galfridi Parcarii de Chirchehalum to 
Walter de Morle and Joan his wife for four silver marks of all that 
tenement in Chirchehalum which his father had of the gift of Dom. 
Richard de Sancdiacre, to hold of the said Dom. Richard at a yearly 
rent of one penny. Witn. Roberd de Muschamp, Hugh de Morle, 
William fil. Petri de Sancdiacre, Mathew de Sancdiacre, Nicholas 
Lupus de Morle, Ralph de Halum, Hugh Barri, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Lansd. 588.) 

1336. Grant from Robert Bugge of Notingham to Walter de 
Morleg' and Joan his wife of two bovates of land in Kyrkehalum, which 
Beatrice, widow, sometime held. Rent, i6i. yearly. Witn. Hugh de 
Morleg', Nicholas fil. Johannis Henovere, Nicholas fil. Thome de 
eadem, Hugh de Muschaump, Ralph de Halum, Richard Bugge de 
Notingham, Richard Pek, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Lansd. 589.) 

1337- Grant from William fil. Willelmi Noget de Draycote to 
William Ponger de Wyvelesthorpe and Alice his wife of all the right 
which he has in six virgates of land in the vill of Chyrchehalum which 



164 Hallam, Kirk. 

Roger de Draytone his uncle formerly held of the gift of Dom. Richard 
de Grey. Witn. Martin fil. Nicholai de Wermundesworthe, Herbert de 
Ryseleghe, Michael de Breydeston, Henry fil. Roberti de Breydeston, 
Thomas le Power, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Lansd. 595.) 

1338. Grant from William fil. Roberti Bugge of Notingham to 
Richard fil. Willelmi de Grey of an annual rent of zs. in Chirkehalum 
for five silver marks. Witn. Roger de Saint Andrew, mil., Robert de 
Saucheverel, mil., Herbert de Wodehalle, William Ponger, William de 
Teverey, Robert de Muschamp, Geoffrey de Sandiakere, Richard de 
Brademere, Ralph de Barton, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Lansd. 593.) 

J339' Feoffment from John Leeke, esq., to Henry Vernon, Henry 
Foliambe, and Ralph Oker of the manors of Kyrkhalum, co. Derby, 
and Collingham, co. Notts., in trust for uses specified. Dat. Sutton- 
in-the-Dale, 10 Sept., 5 Hen. VII. [1489]. (Foljambe.) 

HALLAM, KIRK, v. also under Dale Abbey, Hucknall, 
Ilkeston, Sutton-in-the-Dale.) 

HALLAM, WEST. 

(Halum.) 

1340. Grant from Matilda de Cromwell, Domina de Tateshale, 
to Johanna de Cromwell, now wife of Ralph de Cromwell, knt., 
dominus de Cromwell her son, of all her rents, profits, etc., in the 
lordship of Halum for the term of two years in satisfaction of debt 
of the said Ralph. Dat. Tateshalle, F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 
5 Hen. V. [141 7]. (Harl. 49 A. 44.) 

HANDLEY. 

(Handeley, Hanley.) 

1 34 1. Grant from John Jordan, Rector ecclesie de Whystan 
[Whiston, CO. York] to Ankerus Frechuille, dominus de Staveley, of 
lands in Hanley "in feodo de Stavely." Witn. Henry Bate, Roger de 
Wyggeley, Adam de Gotham, Will. Smyth de Ekyngton, John atte 
Parkezate de Hanley, etc. Dat. Handley, 15 Nov., 29 Edw. III. 
[1355]. (Add. 40145-) 

1342. Grant from Roger Lylly de Westhandeley to Peter Frecchevyle, 
dominus de Staveley, of lands in Handley lying in Westfeld, Parkefeld, 
Southfeld, and Northfeld and near "Westfeld Syk, Germyn Medowe, 
le Commyn, le Hady, Handley super le hill," and the lands of the 
Abbot of Bewchief, John Lylly, Tho. Calton, Rob. Pereson, etc. Witn. 
John Rodys de Staley Wodethorp, John Mercer de Staueley, Richard 
Whitehede, of the same, etc. Dat. Staveley, 4 Dec, 8 Edw. IV. 
[1468]. (Add. 40148.) 

•343' Grant from Peter Frecchevyle, esq., of Staveley, to Roger 
Lylly of Westhandeley, of eight acres of land in Handeley in exchange 
for six acres near Todepole in Staveley. Witn. John Rodys of 
Staveley Wodethorpe, John Mercer of Staveley, Richard Whitehede, 
etc. Dat. Staveley, 14 Jan., 8 Edw. IV. [1469]. (Harl. 86 H. 15.) 

1344. Release from John Roger of Hanley, " at parke gate," son 
and heir of Robert Roger, to Henry Foliambe of Walton, esq., of all 
the lands, etc., late his father's, in Hanley. Witn. Sir Nicholas 
Lankforth, Henry Perpound, knts., Henry Vernon, esq., etc. Dat. 
Hanley, 24 May, 17 Edw. IV. [1477]. (Foljambe.) 



Hartshorn. 165 

•345. Grant from Robert Calton of Melton Mowbray, son and 
heir of Thomas Calton of the same, late of Chestrefeld, and formerly 
of Whittyngton, and of Margaret, wife of the said Thomas, dau. and 
heir of John Eyles, to Henry Fohambe, lord of Walton, of a tenement 
in Hanley in "le Hyetown" in the fee of Staveley, Stanley, and 
Ekyngton, and in "Heyffeld" in Bowdon. Witn. Ralph Cantrell, vicar 
of Chesterfield, etc. Dat. Hanley, 12 May, 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. 
(Foljambe.) 

HANDLEY v. also under Staveley. 

HARTINGTON. 

(Hartyngton, Hertendon, Hertinton.) 

1346. Grant from William de Ferr[ers], Comes Derb', to Thomas 
fil. Fulcheri de Edenshouere, of all that land " a Kingestrete per 
Stamfridenmuth, ascendendo per uallem usque ad uiam de Peco et 
per uiam de Peco usque ad uiam de Midelton que uenit de Hertendon," 
etc., with 40 acres which the said Thomas formerly held of the manor 
of Hertendon, and pasture for 300 sheep, etc., yearly, at a rent of 
two pair of furred gloves or ^2d. at Michaelmas. Witn. Reginald de 
Karleolo, tunc senescallus, Robert de Ferr[ers], " frater meus," Jurdan 
de Tonka, Robert fil. Walkelini, William de Vernone, Nigel de 
Prestwode. [1200-1225.] (Add. 24201.) 

1347. Grant from Roger de Brompton, parson of Bradley, and 
William Marsham, to WilHam de Hertington and Margery, his wife, 
of all the lands in Hertinton which they lately had of the gift of the 
said William. Witn. John de Golbone, William de Cawardin, Nicholas 
de Penne, David de Malpas. Dat. S. b. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 
13 Ric. II. [1390]. (R. D. G. 69.) 

1348. Acquittance by which Dorothea Comberford, Abbess of the 
Monastery of the Nuns Minoresses of the Order of St. Clare-without- 
Aldgate, London, and of the Convent of the same place, to Dom. George 
[Talbot], Earl of Shrewsbury, for the sum of xxvjZz. xiij^. iv^. sterling 
from the farm of their rectory of Hertyngton for one year. Dat. 
20 Oct., 18 Hen. VIII. [1526]. (Toph. 19.) 

HARTINGTON v. also under Bradburn, Duffield, 
Matlock. 



HARTSHORN. 

(Herteshorne.) 

1349. Grant from Richard Kyvetone, John Iretone, and Robert 
Bradshaw to William Irelonde of a messuage with a croft and six butts 
of land in, Herteshorne for the term of his life. Witn. John Wilne de 
Melburne, etc. Dat. 6 June, 10 Hen. VI. [i49S]- (Add. 4878.) 

1350. Letters of attorney from the aforesaid William Irelonde to 
Robert Rigby to enter and receive seisin of the aforesaid tenements 
in Herteshorne. Dat. 10 June, 10 Hen. VII. [i495]- (Add. 4879-) 

HARTSHORNE v. also under Calk. 
HARWOOD GRANGE v. under Beeley. 



1 66 Hasland. 

HASLAND. 

(Haseland, Haselund, Heselund.) 

1 351. Grant from Samson fil. Rog. de Haselund to Hugh de 
Linacre of a bovate of land in Heselund. Witn. Henry de Braylesford, 
John de Eyncurt, Roger de Eincurt, etc. Early Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

1352. Lease from William de Lynacre to John fil. Ric. del Frith 
of four acres of land in the fields of Haseland, for 20 years. Dat. 
Chastrefeld, Michs. Day, 26 Edw. III. [1352]. (Foljambe.) 

HASLAND V. also under CHESTERFIELD. 

HASSOP. 

(Hassopp.) 

1353' Quitclaim from Nicholas fil. et her. Petri Peverel of Hassop 
to Nicholas de Wakebrug of his homage and service in the fee of 
Hassop. Witn. Peter de Roland, Thomas de Langisdon, William de 
Kendale, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

'354' Grant from John Steel, rector of Sudbury, John de Borton 
and William de Hampton, chaplain, to Avyne, widow of Sir Godfrey 
Foliambe, knt., of " housbote and haybote " and timber for her manor 
of Hassop in their wood of Lyndon and all the woods of their manor 
of Hednesouere. Dat. Bauquell, T. a. Michs., 5 Ric. II. [1381]. 
(Foljambe.) 

HASSOP V. also under Bakewell, Litton, Monyash. 

HATHERSAGE. 

(Athersegge, Hadersich, Hathersege, Hathersegge.) 

•355- Quitclaim from John de Hallum de Bawnforth in Athersegge 
to Richard, son of William de Padelay, of a messuage and land in le 
Foorchys in Dungworth. Witn. John de Morwod, John de Leeston, 
Adam de Cowhalch, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Edmund, K. and M. 
[20 Nov.], 1 38 1. (Bemrose.) 

1356. Grant from Thomas, Prior, and the Convent of Landa 
[Laund], co. Leic, to the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield (for £fio 
paid by the latter towards the expenses of the appropriation of Hather- 
sage Church to that Priory) of an annual rent of £^^0 out of the 
Rectory of Hathersage. Dat. 6 June, 1404. (Lichf. C. 30.) 

1357. Rental of Hathersegge cum membris, in the time of Henry 
Pierpount, William Ryley, and other feoffees of Nicholas Langforth. 
Dat. Fr. b. F. of St. Anne, mother of the B. V. M. [26 July], 
16 Edw. IV. [1476]. Vellum roll. (Longford.) 

1358. Lease from Ralph Longford, knt., to Thomas Wellys, John 
Wellys, and Margery Bouynton of his manor of Hathersegge, to uses 
mentioned in other indentures dated 10 Oct. previous. Dat. 23 Oct., 
12 Hen. VII. [1496]. (Longford.) 

'359- Grant from Ralph Longford of Longford, knt., to John 
Fitzherbert of Norbury, Humfrey Bradbume, esquires, John Bradbume, 
Anthony Fitzherbert, serjeant-at-law, Nicholas Fitzherbert, and Edward 
Reddeferne, perpetual vicar of Longford, of all his manors, etc., in 



Hatton. 167 

Hadersich [Hathersage], and Newton Sulney, in trust for the said Ralph 
for his hfe, and on his death to his sons, Richard, Thomas, John, 
Henry, William, on failure of issue to any. Dat. 19 Sept., 2 Hen. VIH. 
[15 10]. (Longford.) 

HATHERSAGE v. also under MATLOCK. 



HATTON. 

(Hetton.) 

1360. Notification by Goyfred de Becco to his lord, William, 
Earl of Ferrers, of his grant to Gyllebert Calchon of a carucate of 
land at Hetton [Hatton], for 20^. and his service, and an annual 
payment of a red hawk and five shillings. Temp. Hen. II. \circ. 1170]. 
(Harl. 45 H. 5.) 

Domino suo W. Comiti de Ferrariis et omnibus baronibus suis, 
Goyfredus de Becco salutem. Sciatis me dedisse Gylleberto 
Calchoni in feedum et hereditatem ipsi et heredibus suis unam 
carrucatam terre apud Hettonam propter xx solidos quos mihi dedit 
et pro seruitio suo. Ipse uero in unoquoque anno pro ea mihi 
redditurus est unum nisum sorum et v. solidos et si forte euenerit 
quod hanc illi terrain tueri non potero tantundem alibi tamque 
ualentem predicto modo de mea propria terra illi dabo. Teste, 
Ricardo, priore Totesberie et Henrico de Achenuilla, capellano, 
et Ricardo de Campania et Emulfo de Becco et Giralmo de Faleth 
et Thoma Dispensatore et Godfrido Larderario et Radulfo et 
Ricardo de Merstona et Osbemo Cocc et Henrico filio eius et 
Siwardo Dogheafd. Ualete. 

1 36 1. Grant from Alexander de Curtlinge to Roger fil. Rogeri de 
Braylisford of a messuage in Hatton; rent, (^d. Witn. Gilbert de 
Merston, William de Hog' fil. Radulfi, Richard Lacmon, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 47.) 

1363. Grant from Peter fil. Ricardi Wareyn of Hatton to Geoffrey 
Lawe of Tuttesbury [Tutbury], of land in Hatton. Witn. Hugh de 
Hatton, Simon Godrig of the same, Nicholas le Wite of the same, 
etc. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Dunstan [21 Oct.], 1297. (Add. 26093.) 

1363. Release from Geoffrey Lauwe of Tuttebury to Richard 
Russel and Alice his wife, daughter of the said Geoffrey, of land in 
Hatton. Witn. William de Hatton, Richard Courteys, Thomas de 
Leycestre of Tuttebur', etc. Dat. W. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 
31 Edw. I. [1303]. (Add. 26094.) 

1364. Lease, for 20 years, from Richard fil. Petri de Hatton to 
William Broun of Swarkeston of a messuage in Hatton; rent, a rose. 
Witn. Geoffrey Roundel of Merston, Robert de Wylinton of the same, 
Nich. de Irreton, etc. Dat. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 9 Edw. II. 
[1315]. (Woll. vi. 62.) 

1365. Grant from Nicholas le White of Hattone to John de 
Bollesover, chamberlain to Robert de Longdon, Prior of St. Mary's, 
Tuttebury, of land in Hatton. Witn. Thomas de Pilcote, Thomas le 
Ferrour of Hatton, Nicholas de Irton, etc. Dat. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. 
[25 Mar.], 14 Edw. II. [1321]. (Campb. xi. 15.) 



1 68 Hatton. 

1366. Grant from Richard Russel of Tuttebure to William Shyngull, 
tanner, of lands in Hatton. Witn. Nicholas de Irton of Hatton, Adam 
Schingull, John Bette, etc. Dat. F. of St. Katharine [25 Nov.], 
16 Edw. III. [1342]. (Add. 26095.) 

1367. Grant from Peter Passemer of Tuttebury to William Shyngull, 
tanner, of land in Hatton. Witn. William Rondel, William Burgeys, 
Robert Brese, etc. Dat. W. a. F. of St. Chad, Bp. [2 Mar.], 28 Edw. III. 
[1354]- (Add. 26096.) 

1368. Grant from William Shyngyl' of Tuttebury, tanner, to William 
de Burton of the same of land in Hatton. Witn. Rich, de Irton, 
Robert Brese, Hugh Roundel', etc. Dat. Fr. a. F. of St. Peter ad 
vincula [i Aug.], 38 Edw. III. [1364]. (Add. 26098.) 

1369. Grant from John Chaundeler of Tuttebury to William de 
Burton of the same of land in Hatton. Witn. John de Dufifeld, clerk, 
John de Losyngtone of Tuttebury, Robert Gybone of the same, etc. 
Dat. Sat. a. Sund. a. Easter [19 Apr.], 45 Edw. III. [137 1]. (Add. 
26097.) 

HAYFIELD. 

(Hayffelde.) 

1370. Grant from Margery de Berdhalgh to her sons William and 
Richard of six acres of land and a house in Great Hayfield in Berde- 
chalghfeld. Dat. Chapel-en-le-Frith, S. a. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 
12 Edw. III. [1338]. (Hallowes.) 

1371. Grant from Hugh fil. Willelmi de Berdhalugh to William de 
Berdhalugh his father and Edith his mother of a messuage and six 
acres of land in Great Hayfield [in Glapwell]. Witn. Nicholas Broun, 
John Cuterell, Robert Selby, Robert del Stryndes, etc. Dat. Berdhalugh, 
S. a. F. of Cone, of B. V. M. [8 Dec.], 24 Edw. III. [1350]. (Hallowes.) 

1372. Grant from William de Berdehalegh to Henry Schakelok 
of seven acres of land, etc., in le Wytehul in the vill of Magna Hayffelde. 
Witn. John Cotterell, Robert de Walkedene, Robert de Breddebere, etc. 
Dat. apud Capellam del Frith, F. of St. Peter in cathedra [22 Feb.], 
29 Edw. III. [1355]. (Drury.) 

1373. Grant from Hugh fil. Ade Cissoris to William fil. Jacobi 
le Fyscher of five acres of land in Magna Hayffelde. Witn. Vincent 
de Haddefelde, Nicholas le Seriaunt, etc. Dat. Th. b. All Saints' 
Day [i Nov.], 27 Edw. III. [1353]. (Foljambe.) 

1374. Grant from Roger de Berdhall, sen., to Robert de Nedham 
of three roods of land with buildings on it lying in the Whythull in 
Great Hayfield. Witn. Godfrey Foliambe, knt., bailiff, Robert de 
Boure, Robert de Bredbury, William de Melner. Dat. at WhithuU, 
S.' a. Easter [24 Apr.], 36 Edw. III. [1362]. (Hallowes.) 

1375. Grant from Henry Shakelock to Robert de Nedeham of 
seven acres of land with buildings on it in Whythull in Great Hayfield. 
Dat. Berdhalgh, S. a. Easter [24 Apr.], 36 Edw. III. [1362]. (Hallowes.) 

HAYFIELD v. also under AXLOW, Handley, Ollersett. 
HAZLEBADGE v. under Haddon, Nether. 



Hilton. 1 69 

HAZLEWOOD. 

(Haselwod.) 

1376- Conveyance from Walter Blount to Godfrey Foliaumbe, 
mil., and Auine his wife of the site of his manor of Haselwod, with 
all the buildings thereon within and without the moat, except the 
inferior [pejor] grange, the " Deyrye," and the great garden without 
the moat. Witn. Dom. John, Duke of Lancaster, William Croyser, 
Aldred Sulny, Edmund de Apelby, and Robert de Twyford, knts., etc. 
Dat. Hasilwode, S. a. Ascension Day [13 May], 43 Edw. III. [1369]. 
(Foljambe.) 

HEAGE. 

(Heegge, Hegheygg, Heyghegg.) 

1377. Will of Richard Spendlove, bequeathing lands in Alcokfeld, 
in le Fernelee, in Heegge, to Elen his wife. Witn. Will. Parker, Ralph 
Bradshawe, Hugh Dycons, etc. Dat. Heegge, F. of Ass. of B. V. M. 
[15 Aug.], II Edw. IV. [1471]. (Woll. vii. 31.) 

1378. Grant from Johanna, widow of John Spendlove, of Heegge, 
to Thurstan Wilde and Robert Freke, of four acres and a half of land 
in Alcokfeld in le Fernelee, in Heegge. Witn. William Parker, Ralph 
Bradshawe, Hugh Dykons, etc. Dat. F. of Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 
II Edw. IV. [1471]. (Woll. vii. 79.) 

•379- Release from Thurstan Wilde and Robert Freke to Johanna, 
widow of John Spendlove, of Heegge, of /\,\ acres of land in Alcokfeld, 
in le Fernelee, in Heegge, with remainder to Richard Spendlove and 
Elen, his wife, and in case of the re-marriage of the said Elen to John 
Spendlove, their son. Witn. Will. Parker, Ralph Bradshawe, Hugh 
Dykons, etc. Dat. Mor. of F. of Ass. of B. V. M. [16 Aug.], 
II Edw. IV. [1471]. (Woll. vii. 32.) 

HEAGE V. also under DUFFIELD, Tansley, Wakebridge. 

HEANOR. 

(Heighnor, Heynore.) 
V. under CODNOR, Langley. 

HILTON. 

(HULTON, HYLTON.) 

1380. Power of attorney from Alice dau. of John Fraunceys, esq., 
and wife of Heruy, son and heir of John Rolleston, esq., to John 
Hareson of Hilton to receive seisin of a close in Hilton called 
Berkeshey, a piece of meadow called Le Halowes and two acres of 
land in Potloke meadow and other lands in the same vill of Hilton. 
Dat. 6 March, 27 Hen. VI. [1449]. (Every.) 

HILTON V. also under ASHBOURNE, Etwall, Roston. 



1 70 Hognaston. 

HOGNASTON. 

(HOGGIMASTONE, HOGGMASTON, HOKENASTON, HOKNASTON.) 

1381. Grant from John de Hoght' of Hognaston to Richard his 
son of a tenement and land in Hokenaston. Witn. Thomas Alsope, 
Hugh Heyre, Tho. Mason. Dat. Hokenaston, F. of St. Chad [2 Mar.], 
24 Hen. VI. [1446]. (Woll. i. 33.) 

1382. Grant from John Hoght', sen., of Hoggimastone to Richard 
Hoght' his son of a cottage and land in Hoggimaston, and a croft called 
Mapulton, a portion of which abuts upon " the place " of the abbey 
of Rowset' [Rocester, co. Staff.], a rent of 2d. to be paid to John 
Hoght', brother of the said John. Witn. Richard Alsoppe, Tho. Mason, 
Ric. Eyre. Dat. 20 May, 34 Hen. VI. [1456]. (Woll. i. 34.) 

1383. Release from Henry Vernon, knt., Philip Leche, Thomas 
Babyngton, esquires, Robert Blakwalle, John Gell, Henry Stylton, etc., 
at the desire of Richard Blakwalle to Roger Anabulle of Asshlehey of 
lands in Hoknaston, with power of attorney for seisin. Dat. 10 Oct., 
IS Hen. VII. [1499]. (Woll. i. 35.) 

1384. Release from John Shawe, late of Chesterfeld, al. John 
Somersell, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Roger Annable of Hognaston 
of lands in Hognaston. Witn. Thomas Vicars of Chesterfield, teiliour, 
Ric. Pillesley, of the same, potter, and Ric. Prihe of the same, fletcher. 
Dat. 2 Sept., 27 Hen. VIII. [1535]. (Woll. i. 36.) 

1385. Lease, for four years, from George Anabull of Hoknastone, 
son of Roger Anabulle of co. Derby, labourer, to Robert Beynbryge 
of the same, husbandman, of lands in Hoknaston; rent, 2d. Witn. 
Hanken Bemey and Hugh Lylee. Dat. 20 Mar., 30 Hen. VIII. [1539]- 
(Woll. i. 37.) 

1386. Grant from Roger Anabull of Hokenastone, co. Derby, 
yeoman, and George Anabul his son to Humfrey Kyrkland of Whettcroft, 
husbandman, of a messuage and lands in Hoknaston. Witn. William 
Sutton, clerk, John Allsoppe, Robert Allsoppe, Anthony Alsoppe, etc. 
Dat. 5 Mar., 31 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Woll. i. 38.) 

1387. Quitclaim from Johanna Anabull, wife of Roger Anabull 
of Hoknaston to Humfrey Kyrkeland of Whettecrofte, of land forming 
part of her dower in Hoknaston. Witn. Will. Suttone, clerk, John 
Alsope of Hoknaston, Hugh Lylee. Dat. 6 Mar., 31 Hen. VIII. [1540]. 
(Woll. i. 39.) 

1388. Release from Johanna Anabulle, widow of Roger Anabulle, 
of Hoknastone, to Hujnfrey Kyrkeland of Whetcroft, of a messuage and 
lands in Hoknaston which had been granted to him by Roger, her 
husband, and George, their son, on the previous 5 March. Witn. John 
Alsopp of Hoknaston, Robert and Anthony Allsoppe, his sons, and 
others. Dat. 27 Oct., 32 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Woll. i. 40.) 

1389. Bond, in ;£ioo, from Thomas Mason of Hognaston, yeoman, 
to Richard Blackwall, Robert Tunsted, and Rauf Gell of Hopton, to 
convey to, George Mason his son and Jone Gell, and the heirs of their 
bodies, lands, etc., belonging to the said Thomas in Hognaston. Dat. 
Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 33 Hen. VIII. [1542]. (Pole-Gell.) 

HOGNASTON v. also under ASHBOURNE. 

HOLBROOKE v. under DUFFIELD. 



Holme. 171 

HOLLINGTON, 

(HOLINTON, HOLYNGTON.) 

1390. Grant from Emelina fil. Robert! de Monte Gomerry widow 
to Robert fil. Robert! de Grendon of the third part of a bovate of land 
in the field of Holinton, and of all assarts there which she inherited 
from Walter de Monte Gomorry, her brother; to hold by rent of white 
gloves at Easter or one penny, at the option of the tenant. Witn. Dom. 

William de Monte Gomerry, G de Segissal, R de Piru, Gilbert 

de Merston, John de Tutesbir', etc. Tem-^. Hen. III. or Edw. I. 
(Woll. ix. 44.) 

1391. Grant from Alexander fil. Willelmi de Cortlingestone to 
Robert fil. Roberti de Grendon, of a bovate of land in Holinton 
which Symon fil. Anfredi formerly held, in exchange for lands in the 
fields of Hatton which Bridwaldus formerly held; rent, \2d. Witn. 

Dom. William de Monte Gomorry, G de Segissal', R de Piru, 

W Morel', Gilbert de Marston, etc. Temp. Hen. III. or Edw. I. 

(Woll. ix. 45.) 

1392. Grant from Edmund Foyne of Holynton to William de 
Huclow of a yearly rent of 225-. fom his lands, etc., in [Hollington ?] 
during the term of the grantor's wife Joan. Witn. Thomas Mongumbri, 
John Durdent. Dat. Vig. of F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 2 Ric. II. 
[1379]. (Foljambe.) 

1393. Grant from Dom. Thomas Blount, knt., to Alvered de 
Longeforde, esq., of all his lands, etc., in Holyngton, Folefort, and 
Ardesley which lately belonged to his father, Walter Blount, knt. Witn. 
Thomas Greseley, Nicholas Montgomery, knts., Peter de la Pole, John 
Curson, Robert Smalley, etc. Dat. apud Holyngton, 18 Nov., 
II Hen. VI. [1432]. (Longford.) 

1394. Grant from Alvered Longford to Nicholas Fitzherbert, esq., 
Laurence Caton, and Thomas Barlow, chaplains, of all his lands in 
Holyngton, Foleford, Ardesley, and Okemedow, in co. Derby, which 
he had by feoffment of Thomas Blount, knt., son and heir of Walter 
Blount, knt., deceased. Witn. Richard Vernon, John Cokayn, Thomas 
Gryseley, knts., etc. Dat. Holyngton, i Dec., 13 Hen. VI. [1434]- 
(Longford.) 

1395- Grant from Nicholas Fitzherbert, esquire, Laurence Caton, 
and Thomas Barlowe, chaplains, to Aluered Longford, esquire, of 
an annual rent of 205. from the lands which they hold by feoffment 
of the said Aluered in Holyngton, Foldford, Ardesley, and Okemedow, 
CO. Derby. Dat. 5 Dec, 13 Hen. VI. [i434]- (Longford.) 

HOLME NR. Brampton. 

(HULM.) 

1396. Confirmation by Griffin fil. Wennuwini to Robert fil. 
Mathei de Reydon of all the land which Matthew his father gave him 
in Hulm. Witn. Dom. Richard de Stretton, Yvo, persona, Matthew 
de Langisdon, William le Wine, William de Langisdon, Nicholas de 
Winnefeld, Ralph Bugge, William de Essebume, William, clericus, Hugh 
Penn, Ralph de Selladon, John de Bathequell, clericus, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. Seal of arms. (Bowles.) 
HOLME NR. Brampton v. also under Brampton, Chesterfield. 



172 Holmesfield. 

HOLMESFIELD. 

(HOLMESEFELD, HOLMESFELD, HOMSFELD.) 

1397' Covenant whereby Walter d'Aincurt and John his son release 
to Ralph fil. Rogeri d'Aincurt the service of a fourth knight, which 
was in dispute between them, in return for Holmesfeld. [1156-1165.] 
(Woll. X. I.) 

Notum sit omnibus tam presentibus quam futuris tam francis quam 
anglicis me Walterum d'Aincurt et Johannem filium meum remisisse . 
Radulfo filio Rogeri d'Aincurt et suis heredibus seruicium quarti 
militis quod fuit in calumnia, seruicium trium militum facientibus 
quietum de nobis et nostris heredibus illi et suis heredibus, et 
huius conuencionis causa relaxant predictus Radulfus et sui heredes 
mihi et meis heredibus calumniam de Holmesfeld. Huius conuen- 
tionis testes sunt hii, Rannulfus uic[ecomes] Robertus filius eius, 
Radulfus Anselin, Galfridus de Constentin, Willelmus d'Aubenni, 
Galfridus Ridel, Serlo de Pleselei, Geruasius Auenel, Paganus de 
Santa Maria, Hugo de Houringam, Helias de Fanolcurt, Radulfus 
de Grincurt, Eustachius de Bergete, Galfridus filius Pagani, Roger 
filius Suani, et totus comitatus Notingeham et Derbeie. 

1398. Grant from Roger de Bradway to Robert Knowt of land 
abutting on the demesne of Holmesfeld. Witn. Ralph Barker, James 
Mawer, John Parker, etc. Dat. Bradeway, F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 
10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Harl. 112 A. 43.) 

1399. Extract from Roll of the great court of Lady Alice de 
Ayncourt of the manor of Holmesfeld, held on M. b. F. of St. George 
[23 Apr.], 5 Hen. V. [14 17], recording the admission of Johanna, 
daughter of John Fauncher, sen., to a messuage and seven bovates of 
land. (Woll. viii. 19A.) 

1400. Extract from roll of court of the manor of Holmesfeld, 
held on T. a. F. of SS. Tiburtius and Valerian [14 Apr.], 9 Hen. VI. 
[1431], whereat John Faunchall paid fine for a messuage and a bovate 
of land which descended to him at the death of Johanna, his sister. 
(Woll. viii. 30.) 

140 1. SmiLAR extract, dated as above, recording the surrender by 
John Fanchalle of a messuage and bovate of land to the use of William 
Crofte, with licence to lease the said land to William his son for twenty 
years. (Woll. viii. 19.) 

1402. Extract from roll of court of the manor of Holmesfeld, 
held Sat. a. Easter [14 Apr.], 14 Hen. VI. [1436], at which John 
Wode surrendered a croft to the use of John Faunchelle. (Woll. 
viii. 20A.) 

1403. Extract from roll of court of the manor of Holmesefield, 
held on 15 Oct., 22 Hen. VI. [1443], at which Thomas Welton sur- 
rendered a messuage and a bovate of land in Holmesfeld to the use 
of William Croftes, who afterwards surrendered the same to the use 
of Thomas Welton. Rent during 10 years, 121^., and after that time, 
2s. (Woll. viii. 22.) 

1404. General release from Johanna, wife of John Faunchall, sen., 
of Holmesfeld, to John, her husband. Witn. John Barker, Robert 
Grene, Nicholas Burton. Dat. Dronfeld, 3 Dec, 33 Hen. VI. [1454]- 
(Woll. viii. 21.) 



Holmesfield. 173 

1405. Extract from roll of court of the manor of Holmesefield, 
held 2 June, 34 Hen. VI. [1456], at which John Faunchall, sen., sur- 
rendered a messuage and a bovate of land in le Faunchallegatehede 
and a rent of $$. iid. to the use of William Croft, cooper. (Woll. 
viii. 29A.) 

1406. Similar extract, dated 28 May, 6 Edw. IV. [1466], at which 
William Croft received a messuage and a bovate of land in Holmesfeld, 
lately held by Thomas Welton for term of life. (Woll. viii. 23.) 

1407. Similar extract, dated 6 June, 12 Edw. IV. [1472], at which 
William Crofte, son and heir of William Crofte, received three messuages 
and three bovates of land in Fawnchalle-gate. (Woll. viii. 24.) 

1408. Court-rolls of Holmesfield manor. [1480-165 1.] (D. A. J. 
XX. 52.) 

1409. Extract from the roll of the great court of John Savage, 
jun., knt., for the manor of Holmesfeld, held 21 Nov., 7 Hen. VII. 
[1491], at which Nicoll Qwyt surrendered an annual rent of i2d. from 
a messuage and curtilage, for the support of the chaplain of St. Swithin 
of Holmesfeld. With a notice that this copy is written by the steward 
in a certain small missal, given to the monastery "de Bello Capite." 
[Beauchief Abbey.] (Woll. viii. 18.) 

1410. Extract from roll of court of Lady Margaret Savage, widow 
of John Savage, for the manor of Holmesfeld, held Th. a. F. of 
St. Katherine [25 Nov.], 10 Hen. VII. [1494], at which William Crofte, 
jun., surrendered three messuages and three bovates of land in 
Faunchalgate to the use of William Crofte his father. (Woll. viii. 24A.) 

141 1. Extract from roll of the same court, at which William 
Crofte surrendered three messuages and three bovates of land in 
Fownchalgate to the use of William his son, with remainder to Roger, 
John, and Edward, brothers of the said William. (Woll. viii. 30.) 

1412. Grant from John Owtrem of Holmesfeld, sen., to William 
Croft and William Kyng of lands in Holmesfeld in trust for William 
Owtrem his son, with covenant that the said John and William Owtrem 
shall occupy "the hed howse with the parler and the chambre aboof," 
and the said William hold certain lands. For the due performance 
of which the said John binds himself in ;£2o. Witn. William Kyng 
of Holmesfeld, John Kyng of the same, John Caltoon of Totteley. 
Dat. F. of Circumcision [i Jan.], 19 Hen. VIII. [1528]. (Woll. viii. 25.) 

14 1 3. Lease, for 12 years, from William Croft of Holmesfeld to 
William Doo of the same, of a messuage and lands lately held by the 
widow of Roger Croft, with a close called Avice Dooll; rent, 16^. 
Dat. F. of St. Peter in cathedra [22 Feb.], 1533. (Woll. viii. 26.) 

1414. Acquittance from William Croft of Holmesfeld, son of 
William Croft deceased, to Katerine Croft, widow, his mother, for 9^., 
and to Michael Croft, his brother, for 55., being his last payment, 
" puerilis partis sue," on account of goods which belonged to the said 
William Croft, sen., deceased. Witn. George Mower of Barley 
Wodsetes, George Hancoke of Barley Lees, and William Curtenall of 
the same. Dat. 31 Hen. VIII. [i539-4o]- (Woll. viii. 27.) 



1 74 Holmesfield. 

1415. Extract from roll of the court of Lady Elizabeth Savage 
widow, for the manor of Holmesfeld, held on Vig. of St. Laurence 
[9 Aug.], 32 Hen. VIII. [1541], at which Michael Crofte, son and heir 
of William Crofte deceased received three messuages and lands in 
Holmesfeld. (Woll. viii. 32.) 

1 416. Extract from roll of great court of John Savage, knt., 
for the manor of Holmesfeld, held 18 April, 7 Edw. VI. [1553], at 
which Michael Croft, son and heir of William Croft deceased sur- 
rendered lands in Holmesfeld, to the use of Edward Eyre, esq., and 
John Fauneshawe, who surrendered two messuages and lands in the 
same place, in the tenure of Nicholas Newbold, to the use of the afore- 
said Michael. (Woll. viii. 31.) 

14 1 7. A BREViAT of the customs of the manor of Holmesfeld drawn 
up by the copyholders at the request of the lord. Sixteenth century. 
(Woll. xi. 30.) 

1418. List of the copyholders of the manor of Homsfeld, with 
co-tenants of inheritance. Sixteenth century. (Woll. viii. 35.) 

HOLMESFIELD v. also under Bakewell, Elmton. 



HOPE. 

(Hawpe, Hoppe, Howpe.) 

1419. Copy of a grant from John, Earl of Morton, to Hugh, Bishop 
of Coventry, . of the church of Hope with the chapel of Tideswell. 
Dat. 1 192. (Lichf. B. 23.) The text is: — 

Omnibus sancte matris ecclesie filiis ad quos presentes littere 
pervenerint, Johannes, Comes Morton, salutem. Noverit vniuersitas 
. . . Dei et pro salute anime mee et patris mei et matris et 
domini Regis fratris mei concessisse et donasse venerabili patri 
meo Hugoni Coventrensi episcopo et successoribus suis in perpetuam 
elemosinam ecclesiam de Hope cum capella de Tydd cum omnibus 
aliis ad ecclesiam vel capellam pertinentibus in decimis et oblacioni- 
bus et omnibus obvencionibus et in terris et pascuis et omnibus 
aliis scilicet cum iure aduocacionis et cum omni alio iure quod in 
ecclesia ilia seu earum pertinenciis habebam et cum omni iure quod 
ad eas pertinebat, cum omni integritate et libertate imperpetuum 
possidenda et secundum disposicionem eiusdem episcopi et omnium 
successorum suorum omnibus futuris temporibus ecclesia ilia et 
capella cui vel quibus voluerint personis debeant in perpetuum 
assignari vel in prebend[am] vel in honorem alicuius ecclesiarum 
suarum vel Coventrens' vel Lich' vel in alios usus pro voluntate 
ipsius Episcopi. Ut hec autem mea donacio predicta et concessio 
rata et inconcussa imperpetuum debeat obseruari sigilli mei 
impressione et proprii anuli apposicione roboraui et super altare 
dominicum ecclesie Coventrensis cartam illam posui et manu propria 
confirmavi. Testes Robertus, comes de Meuslet, Willelmus 
Briequerre, Gerardus de Canuill, Engeranus de Pratellps], Reginaldus 
de Wassenuill, Hugo de Neuill, Willelmus de Hardredesh'. Dat. 
apud Coventr" anno secundo, ab incamatione domini millesimo 
centesimo nonagesimo secundo per manum Stephani Ridel cancel- 
larii nostri. 



Hope. 175 

1420. Charter of Geoffrey [de Muschamp], Bishop of Coventry, 
granting to the " communa Licheffeldensis ecclesie " 20 marks yearly 
" ad cervisam habendam " out of the church of Hope and its chapehies, 
payable by the rector or rectors for the time being, [i 199-1209.] 
(Lichf. B. I.) The text is :— 

Gaufridus Dei gratia Coventr. Ecclesie humilis minister. Uniuersis 
Christi fidelibus ad quos presens pagina peruenerit, Salutem in 
Domino. Quoniam ea potissimum merentur fauorem que ad mul- 
torum conferuntur subsidium, Vniuersitati uestre notum facimus nos 
diuine miseracionis intuitu dedisse et concessisse commune 
Licheffelden' Ecclesie que supra modum tenuis est et modica, viginti 
marcas annuas ad> ceruisam habendam, Scilicet de Ecclesia de Hopa 
et de capellis suis, Ita videlicet quod cum eadem ecclesia cum suis 
capellis uacauerit, ille qui eas tenebit sine illi, si forte plures ibi 
fuerint rectores, predictas viginti marcas eidem commune secundum 
facultates portionum suarum annuatim persoluent, ad duos terminos, 
medietatem ad festum Sancti Michaelis, et medietatem ad Pascha. 
Si uero ipsa matrix ecclesia sine aliquibus capellis uel pertinentiis 
suis uacauerit, memorata communa partem predictarum viginti 
marcarum secundum valentiam rei uacantis habebit, donee tota 
ecclesia cum suis pertinentiis plene uacauerit. Ut igitur hec nostra 
donatio firmitatis vigorem obtineat imperpetuum earn presenti 
scripto et sigilli nostri appositione confirmariumus. Hiis testibus, 
magistro Erardo, canonico Eboracensi, Magistro Johanne de Newere, 
Magistro NicholaO' de Weston', Osberto de Witinton, Michaele 
capellano, Willelmo de Damartin, Thoma de Beuerlaco. 

142 1. Confirmation from William [de Cornhill], Bishop of 
Coventry, to the church and canons of Lichfield, of the church of Hope 
with the chapel of Tidewell. [1215-1221.] (Lichf. B. 4.) 

1422. Grant from Ralph Talebot to Henry de Grengel' of a half 
acre of land in Hope lying near Thornawe. Witn. Elias de Thornhill, 
Peter de Syatton, Elias and Robert, fratres de Aston, Geoffrey de 
Ouerton, Ranulph de Burgo, Elyas fil. Elye de Thornhill. Early 
Hen. in. (Lichf. B. 2A.) 

1423. Grant from same to Robert de Lexinton of a half acre of 
land in Hope, near Thornawe. Witn. Dom. Rouland de Sutton, John 
Burdun, Elyas de Thornhill, Elias his son, Peter de Syatton, etc. Early 
Hen. III. (Lichf. B. 2B.) 

1424. Grant from William Cassy to Henry de Grengel' of a half 
acre of land in Hope, namely, at Thornawe. , Witn. Elias de Thornhill, 
EUas filius eius, William de Heylawe, Peter de Syatton, Robert Archer, 
Arnald de Heghlawe, Richard de Syerd, Walter clericus. Early 
Hen. III. ,(Lichf. B. 2C.) 

1425. Grant from the same to Robert de Lexinton of a half acre 
of land in Hope at Thornawe. Witn. Dom. Rouland de Sutton, John 
Burdun, Elyas de Thornhill, Elyas his son, Peter de Syatton, Elyas, 
Robert, fratres de Aston, Geoffrey de Offerton, Ranulph de Burg, 
Henry fil. Ricardi, Robert and Walter, clerici. Early Hen. III. 
(Lichf. B. 2D.) 

1426. Leask from W[illiam de Mancester], Dean, and the Chapter 
of Lichfield to Henry de Lexinton [Dean of Lincoln, 1243] for his life, 
of the reversion (on the death or resignation of Robert de Lexinton 



176 Hope. 

his brother) of the mother church of Hope (excepting the chapel of 
Tiddeswell with its appurtenances), " quas antiquitus percipere cqnsuevit 
antequam W[illelmus] Comes de Ferrariis custodiam castri de Pecco 
habuit." [1222-1243.] (Lichf. D. 2.) 

1427. Bond from Robert fil. Hugonis de Hope to the Dean and 
Chapter of Lichfield, covenanting not to divide, sell, or mortgage his 
holding of a manse and two bovates of land in Hope. Witn. Dom. 
Thomas de Wymundham, Precentor of Lichfield, Mag. William de 
Attelberge, William de Stanford, William de Neuton, and WalkeUn de 
Houton, Canons of the same; William, Vicar of Hope, John Daniel, 
William Folegambe, Thomas his brother, Thomas le Archer, etc. 
[1254-1278.] (Lichf. D. 5.) 

1428. Inspeximus of Henry III. of the grant of his father John, 
when Earl of Morton, to Hugh, Bishop of Coventry, of the church 
of Hoppe, with the chapel of Tidewell (which John had sealed and 
laid " super altare dominicum ecclesie Coventrei " and which bore date 
1 192). Witn. W[alter], Bishop of Bath and Wells, Roger de Leybourne, 
Robert Aguillon, John de Verdun, William de Grey, William de Actte, 
Nicholas de Leukennore, William Belet, Ralph de Bakepuz, Bartholomew 
le Bygod. Dat. Kenilleworth, 7 Sept., anno 50 [1266]. Great seal, 
restored. (Lichf. A. 9.) 

1429. Grant from Richard de Wepur to Emma, wife of Oliver de 
Hope, of a burgage and fourth part of a burgage in the vill of Hope. 
Witn. Roger de Kelby, Gilbert le Wayte, Gilbert Balle, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Add. 47497.) 

1430. Grant from William le Mareschalman de Burgo to William 
fil. Petri de Schatton, forestarius, of a piece of meadow in Hope lying 
" sub Okelis." Witn. Clement de la Fordye, ballivus de alto Pecco, 
Robert Balgi, jun., Elias de Thomehulle, William Halby, Robert le 
Eyr, Robert Wodereue, Geoffrey le Flemeng, clerk. Dat. Schatton, 
S. b. All Saints' Day [i Nov.], 34 Edw. I. [1306]. (Bowles.), 

1431. Letters patent of Edward III. confirming the inspeximus 
of Henry III. confirming (a) the grant by King John " dum fuit comes 
Morton" to Hugh, Bishop of Coventry, of the church of Hope with 
the chapel of Tidewelle (dated 11 92); (h) the grant by William [de 
Comhull] " dudum Coventrensis minister " to the church and canons 
of Lichfield of the same church and chapel; and (c) the confirmation 
by Edward II. his father of the church of Bathekewell to the Dean 
and Chapter. Dat. 10 Apr., anno 19 [1345]. (Lichf. A. 15.) 

1432. Roll of parochial visitations of Hope; 1345. Fourteenth 
century. (Lichf. CC. 7, 8.) 

'433- Grant from Richard fil. Joh. fil. Nale de Burgo to Dom. 
William Godwine, vicar of Hope, of five acres of land in Hope lying 
on " Ekles." Witn. Nicholas le Heyr, Gervase Woderowe, William, 
vicar of Castelton, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Dunstan [19 May], 1359- 
(Foljambe.) 

1434. Grant from William fil. Will, de Haywode and Avissia, 
widow of Robert le Say, to John le Vikersson of five acres Ijdng on 
" Eckeler " in Hope. Witn. Gervase Woderowe, Hugh Carles, William 
de Halle, etc. Dat. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 35 Edw. III. 
[1361]. (Foljambe.) 



Hope. 177 

1435- GitANT from John Vikeresson to Richard de Wetton, John 
his brother, and Helen, wife of the said John de Wetton, of five acres 
of land in Eckeler in the field of Hope. Witn. Nicholas Leyr, 
Gervase Woderove, etc. Dat. M. a. Tr. of St. Thomas [7 July], 
50 Edw. III. [1376]. (Foljambe.) 

1436. Release from William fil. John de Vikerson to the same 
of the same land on Eckeler in Hope. Same witnesses. Dat. Tu. a. 
F. of Tr. of St. Swithun [15 July], 50 Edw. III. [1376]. (Foljambe.) 

1437- Release from John Wele of Cadyngton and William Clerk 
of Hope, chaplain, to John Bower of Hope and Rose his wife, of 
lands in Hope, with reversion to Thomas Swynok and Elen his wife, 
daughter of the said John Bower, and to the Guild of St. Mary of 
Dronfield. Witn. Ric. Forester, vicar of Hope, Robert Woderove, 
William Abney, and others. Dat. Hope, M. b. F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 18 Ric. II. [1394]. (Woll. iii. 13.) 

1438. Grant and counterpart from Richard de Hope, son and heir 
of Robert Magotessone de Hope to Mag. John Ondeby, Archdeacon 
of Derby, and Dom. John Cheyne, clerk, of the reversion of all lands 
which were sometime Anibilla's, his mother's, in Hope and Astonfeld, 
and which Robert Magottesone his father "per legem terre " holds 
for his life. Witn. Robert Eyr, William Woderoue, John Pedeler, etc. 
Dat. Hope, M. a. Michaelmas Day, 2 Hen. IV. [1400]. Endorsed: 
" Carta Ricardi de Hope de reversione terrarum et tenementtirum 
Magotsone in Hope pro cantaria M. Ric. Bermyngham." (Lichf. B. 24.) 

1439. Power of attorney from Richard de Rouworth of Hope to 
John Wele, chaplain, and Richard Bock3mg to give seisin to Anabilla 
his sister of a piece of land under Minley called Demryding [in Hope]. 
Witn. William Clerk, chaplain, Roger Bockyng, John le Herdeman. 
Dat. Hope, W. a. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 6 Hen. IV. 
[1405]. (Foljambe.) 

1440. Grant from William Abbenay of Hope to Ralph de Staueley, 
knt, Richard de Sudbery, rector of Crofton [W. R., co. York], Richard 
Pygot of Hokelowe, and Richard Abbenay his son of all his lands 
and tenements in Hope and elsewhere in the county. Witn. William 
Woderove of Hope, Robert Eyre, forester, John Kyrkeyerd, Richard 
de Baggeschawe, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of SS. Tiburtius and Valerian 
[14 Apr.], 10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Foljambe.) 

1441. Confirmation from Thomas de Stretton, Dean of Lichfield, 
to Nicholas, son of William le Eyre of Hope, of the wardship of James, 
son of the same William, and of Anabella Clerk, his widow, heiress 
of William Clerk, chaplain, and of his lands in Hope, and in case 
of the death of the said James, then to have the wardship of Thomas, 
"frater germanus iunior dicti Jacobi"j rent, 35. s,cL. Dat. Lichfield, 31 
May, 1409. (Woll. ii. 78.) 

1442. Grant from William Horderon and Annabella his wife to 
John de Staffelay of a piece of arable land called " Le Damrydyng" 
lying between " le Grenesyde" and " Le Nonneley " [in Hope]. Witn. 
Robert Eyer, Richard Abnay, Richard Warde, Richard Bagschagh, etc. 
Dat. Hope, Sat. b. F. of Ass. of B.V.M. [15 Aug.], 12 Hen. IV. 
[1411]. (Foljambe.) 



178 Hope. 

1443. Lease from the Prior and Convent " dez Preez " of Derby to 
Walter Halley, of Blakebroke, Henry Joye, Hugh son of the said Walter 
Hally, and William del Kyrk of Chapel, of the pasture of ^ Byrstallegh 
in the parish of Hope. Dat. Derby, F. of SS. Philip and James [i May], 
8 [Hen. VI. ? 1430]. French. (Foljambe.) 

1444. Acquittance from William Brome, vicar of Baukewell and 
receiver of the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield there, to James le 
Eyere, their Steward at Hope, for -loos. Dat. Hope, 10 Oct., 
17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Woll. iii. 24.) 

1445. Manor of Hope. Admission of Robert Eyre, esq., as tenant 
of a messuage and land on the surrender of John Sylverlok, at a court 
of the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield held Th. a. F. of St. Laurence 
[10 Aug.], 19 Edw. IV. [1479]. (Foljambe.) 

1446. Grant from Robert Eyre of Padley, sen., esq., and Robert 
Eyre of the same, jun., esq., to Nicholas Staiey of Hope, and Agnes 
his wife of a forestry [or tract of forest land] and lands in Hope which 
they held of Christofer Staiey his father, with remainder to brothers 
and sisters. Witn. Thomas Balge of Aston, Nicholas Eyre of Hope, 
Christopher Midiltone of Shattone. Dat. Padeley, 20 Aug., 
II Hen. VIL [1496]. (Woll. ii. 79.) 

1447. Grant from Thomas Wylde to Thomas Hawkysworth de 
Thorneseyt in Bradfeld and Robert Bunttyng, of all his lands in Hope. 
Dat. 12 Sept., 15 Hen. VII. [1499]. (Brookhill.) 

1448. Grant from Thomas Haukysworth of Thorneseyt in 
Bradfeld parish, and Robert Bunttyng of Hope, to Thomas Wilde of 
Ofiforton, in the parish of Hope, and Elizabeth his wife, of all the 
lands which they hold by feoffment of the said Thomas. Witn. Edward 
Hawkysworth, William Walkeden, Thomas Bacon. Dat. 24 Nov., 
15 Hen. VII. [1499]. (Brookhill.) 

1449. Grant from John Bockyng of Hope to John Savage of 
Eidale and Elias Staiey of PindaJe, of a messuage and twenty acres 
of land in Hope. Dat. 6 July, 21 Hen. VIII. [1529]. (Bemrose.) 

1450. Lease, for 21 years, from John Eyre of Redsettes to Ellys 
Staiey of Pyndall, of the messuage called Red Settes, with all appur- 
tenances in the fields of Howpe and Castylton. Dat. 20 Mar., 
27 Hen. VIII. [1536]. (Bemrose.) 

1 45 1. Lease, for 40 years, from Henry Wyllyams, Dean, and the 
Chapter of Lichfield to Rauf Hethcote of Hope and William his son, 
of a croft called Hallcroft in Hope, with houses, etc., enclosed with 
"hays and dyches on bothe sydes Pekesarse," and land called "the 
Ruddyng " abutting upon the " water of Pekeserse." Dat. 10 May, 
1544. (Pole-Gell.) 

1452. Bond from William Hethcote of Leycestre, chaplain, to 
Henry Wyllyams, Dean, and the Chapter of Lichfield, for the seahng 
and delivery by Rauf Hethcote of Hope and William his son, Richard 
Barber and Henry Bagshawe, their sureties, of " a lease of Halcroft 
w"' ii houses in Hope, a bame and the Rydding " let to the said Rauf 
and William by the said Dean and Chapter. Dat. 30 Oct., 1544. 
(Pole-Gell.) 

HOPE V. also under Bakewell, Castleton, Chesterfield, 
Fairfield, Romiley. 



Horsley. ijg 

HOPTON. 

•453. Licence from King Edward III. to the Abbot and Abbey of 
Dale to receive seisin of sixty acres of moor in Hopton from Richard 
le Cursun, parson of the church of Breideshale, and William Shymmyng 
— and a toft, seven acres and a half of land and an acre of meadow in 
Stanton iuxta Dale from Robert de Sallowe, in accordance with the 
permission granted by the King's father (Edward II.) to Dale Abbey 
to acquire, notwithstanding the Statute of Mortmain, lands to the annual 
value of T.OOS. Dat. 5 July, anno. 17 [1343]- Great seal. (Add. 47514). 

1454. Bond from Thomas Wylcokes of Coventry, fyshemonger, and 
Robert Smythe of the same, skynner, to Ralph Jell of Hopton, gent., 
for payment to the latter of ^£40. Dat. 12 Oct., 3 Edw. VI. [1549]- 
(Pole-Gell.) 

HOPTON V. also under Ashbourne, Brassington, 

WiRKSWORTH. 

HORSLEY. 

(HORSELEY.) 

'455- Grant from Thomas, son of Thomas Purchas, of Langeley 
Mareys, to Gilbert Keys of Kylboume, of lands in Horseley and 
Kilbourne. Witn. Will, de Tuttebury, Thomas de Tuttebury, William 
de Sellowe, etc. Dat. London, " in Fletestret, parish of St. Brigide," F. of 
St. Michael [29 Sept.], 34 Edw. III. [1360]. (Woll. iv. 71.) 

1456. Acquittance from Thomas Boteler, knt., to Henry Balle, 
for ;^io los., purchase money for a messuage, croft, etc., in Horsley, 
formerly belonging to Thomas Trees. Dat. i May, 3 Hen. VII. [1488], 
(Foljambe.) 

1457. Extract of roll of court of Horston held at Horsley, M. b. 
F. of St. Anthony [11 May], 13 Hen. VII. [1498], recording the sur- 
render by John Keys of a close called Pyllersych in the vill and 
fields of Kylbom to the use of Henry his son, Elizabeth his wife, 
and the heirs of their bodies. (Debdale.) 

1458. Extract of roll of court of Horston held at Horsley, M. b. 
F. of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 13 Hen. VII. [1498], recording the 
surrender by John Hogeson of part of a close of John Kais in the 
fields of Kilburn. (Debdale.) 

1459. Lease, for 31 years, from John Rossell of Draycote, yeoman, 
to Thomas Ashton of Horsley of a piece of herbage land in Horsley 
abutting on the lane called Vycar Lane, and a piece of meadow ground 
abutting on a "broke called Botell broke," near the land of Henry 
Statham. Dat. 21 Oct., 31 Hen. VIII. [1539]. (Wilmot.) 

1460. Sale by Margarett Johnson, widow, and Henry Johnson, 
her son, of Horseley, gent., to Thomas Sacheverell of Kyrkby in 
Asshefeld [Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co. Notts.], gent., of seven score o^ks 
and other wood in Horseley. Dat. 22 Mar., 2 Edw. VI. [1548]. 
(Woll. xii. 115.) 

HORSLEY V. also under Breadsall, KiLBURN, Staveley. 



1 80 Hucklow. 

HUCKLOW, GREAT and LITTLE. 

(HOKELAWE, HOKELOWE, HOKLOWE, HUKLOWE.) 

1461. Grant from Richard Daniel of Tideswelle to Richard fil. 
Rankelli de Parva Hokelawe of the whole vill of Parva Hokelawe as 
he himself had it by grant from Henry de Laxinton, sometime Bishop of 
Lincoln [1253-58]. Witn. Dom. William de Morteyng, Gervase de 
Bernak, Richard de Herthul, Robert his brother, knts., Robert de 
Abbeneye, John Foleiambe, Robert Foleiambe, etc. Late Hen. III. 
(Foljambe.) 

1462. Grant from William [de Hales], Abbot of Lylleshulle 
[Lilleshall], and of the Convent of the same place, to Richard fil. 
Johannis Daniel de Tyddeswalle and Johanna his wife of (>d. silver 
or twelve " ciphos albos de pretio sex denariorum " of armual rent for 
a certain quitclaim and release which the said Richard made to the 
convent of one messuage and bovate of land in Magna Huckelowe. 
" Teste Deo et capitulo." Dat. apud Lylleshull, F. of St. Bartholomew 
[24 Aug.], 1 30 1. (Add. 8443.) 

1463. Grant from Thomas fil. Ricardi Larcher de Hokelowe to 
Thomas fil. Johannis Larcher de Hokelowe of a messuage, with five 
houses and ten acres of land, in Magna Hokelowe. Witn. John 
Foliaumbe, James Coterell, Roger de Stafford, Alan le Archer, Andrew 
Larcher. Dat. Hokelowe, Sat. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 16 Edw. IH. 
[1343]- (Bowles.) 

1464. Grant from Thomas fil. Ric. Larcher to Thomas fil. Johannis 
Larcher of a messuage and ten acres of land in Magna Hokelowe; 
rent, 20 marks " argenti vel auri. " at Midsummer. Witn. Dom. William 
de Streddeley, mil., John Foleiamb, Henry de Tyddiswall, John de 
Stafford, William Note de Eyum. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Gregory 
[12 Mar.], 32 Edw. IH. [1359]- (Bowles.) 

1465. Deed whereby the said Thomas fil. Ric. Larcher releases 
to the said Thomas fil. Johannis the annual rent of 20 marks for a 
term of 70 years. Dat. Fr. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 32 Edw. III. 
[1359]. French. (Bowles.) 

1466. Grant from Thomas fil. Johannis Larcher to Nicholas fil. 
Johannis de Stafford of a messuage and 12 acres of land in Hoklowe 
which he had of the grant of Thomas fil. Ric. Larcher. Witn. John 
Foliamb, Thomas his son, Henry fil. Radulfi. Dat. apud Tidd', Sat. 
b. F. of St. Peter in cathedra [22 Feb.], 36 Edw. III. [1362]. (Bowles.) 

1467. Lease, for 56 years, from Nicholas, son of John de Stafford, 
to John de Stafford his father, of a messuage and 10 acres of land 
in Great Hoklowe which were devised to the said Nicholas by the 
will of the late Thomas son of John le Archer, who held them at the 
time of his death on a 70 years' lease from Thomas, son of Richard 
le Archer. Dat. F. b. F. of St. Margaret [20 July], 46 Edw. III. 
[1372]. French. (Bowles.) 

1468. Quitclaim from Thomas fil. Ricardi Larcher, dominus de 
Magna Huklowe, to John de Stafford, of a messuage and 10 acres of 
land in Magna Huklowe which John Larcher formerly held; saving 
only a penny annual rent to the said Thomas. Witn. John Foliaumbe, 
John Larcher, Henry de Tiddeswell. Dat. W. b. F. of St. James 
[25 July], 46 Edw. III. [1372]. (Bowles.) 

HUCKLOW V. also under Eyam, Padley, Tideswell. 



Hurdlow. i8i 

HUCKNALL, AULT. 

(HUKNALL.) 

1469. Release from John Benet to John Leek, son and heir of 
William Leek of Lanforth, of the manors of Lanforth, Hick[lyng], 
Estleek, and Saxendale [Langford, Hickling, East Leek, Saxondale, 
CO. Notts.], with appurtenances in Wyverton and Carcolstone [Wiverton 
and Carlcaston], same county, the manor of Huknall [Ault Hucknall] 
and Sutton in la Dall [co. Derby], with advowson of the churches of 
Hicklyng at Sutton [co. Notts.], the manor of Sandeacre and Harstone 
[Sandiacre, co. Derby, Harston, co. Leic], with lands in North Colyng- 
ham, Stockwith, Holme justa Newerk, Gedlyng, and Elstone [co. Notts.], 
Kirkhalome [Kirk Hallam, co. Derb.], and Dalderby, Craslound, and 
Gunthorpe, co. Line. Witn. John You (?), Thomas White, John 
Mill, jun., of North Colyngham, etc. Dat. Eyleston, 5 Feb., 11 Edw. IV. 
[1472]. (Woll. i. 77.) 

HULLAND. 

(HOLAND.) 

1470. Grant from Robert de rerr[ariis] fil. et her Dom. 
Willelmi de Ferr[ariis], Comitis Dereb', to Henry Shelford, of 
five score acres of land, viz., 40 acres sometime held by 
Symon de Tonk' in the ward of Holand and 60 acres lying " inter 
Hayam de le Neubigging et le Costlowe," with husebote and 
haybote in the same ward; rent, a sparrow hawk or dd., at the option 
of the said Henry, and suit to the two great Courts of Beurepayr, 
namely, those at Easter and Michaelmas. Witn. Will de Ferr[ariis], 
"frater meus," Dom. John de Soleny, William Haunselin, Stephen 
de Mineriis, tunc senescallus, Ralph Barry, Andrew de Jarpenuil, etc. 
Dat. Pillesbury, Fr. a. Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 46 Hen. IH. [1262]. 
(Woll. vi. 48.) 

1471. Extract from court roll of Holand held at Idridgehay on 
13 Nov., 14 Hen. VIII. [1522], whereat seisin was delivered to William 
Alsop of a close called CotepynguU, in Holand, which Thomas Wilson 
had surrendered to his use at a court held at Shotill [Shottle] parke 
on the Eve of All Saints in the preceding year. (Woll. i. 84.) 

HULLAND V. also under Bradley, Duffield, Mercaston. 
HONDOW V. under Unstone. 
HURDLOW, NR. Earl Sterndale. 

(HORDLAWE.) 

1472. Grant from John de Byroun, mil. [ob. 1295] to Henry his 
brother, for his homage and service, of all his land of Hordlawe, with 
men, " nativi," liberties, etc. To hold to the said Henry " et heredibus 
suis de corpore suo in facie ecclesie legitime procreatis " by service to 
the chief lord of the eighth part of the service of one knight, and two 
capons " in Mayo apud Salveyam " [Sawley]. Witn. Henry de Irton, 
Ralph le Wyne, Geoffrey de Bracebrigge, Adam de Prestwike, Jordan 
de Crompton, John de Buckstanis, Elias de Nedham " sergand," etc. 
Late 13th cent. (Harl. in E. 17.) 



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Hurdlow. 



1473- Bond from John de Nedham to William Gudhyne of Hurdlow, 
jun., for the payment of ten marks. Dat. Hurdlow, F. of Pur. of 
B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 6 Hen. VI. [1428]. (Hallowes.) 

IBLE. 

(Ibell, Ibole, Ibul, Ibulle, Ybole, Ybull.) 

1474. Grant from Henry Forestarius of Ybole to Nicholas fil. 
Ricardi de Ybole of a croft in Ybole; rent, id. Witn. Richard le 
Porter of Caldelowe, Henry fil. Thome de Hopton, Henry fil. Henrici 
de Hopton, clericus, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. x. 17 A.) 

1475- Grant from Robert fil. Nicholai de Ybole to Ranulph fil. 
Ranulphi de Sniterton of a rent of \d. from lands in Ybole. Witn. 
Ranulph de Sniterton, sen., Henry de le Gruffe, Richard le Chapman, 
etc. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 32 Edw. I. [1304]. 
(Woll. X. 42.) 

1476. Grant from John fil. Ranulphi de Snyterton, sen., to 
Ranulph de Snyterton, of ^d. rent from lands near the well of Ybull, 
etc. Witn. John Attewalle, Roger fil. Nicholai Chapmon of YbuUe, 
and William Freest of the same. Dat. Ybull, F. of St. Bartholomew' 
[24 Aug.], 31 Edw. III. [1357]. (Woll. X. 7.) 

1477. Grant from Magota del Howe of Ibul to Adam del Stryt 
of lands in Ibul ; rent, Zs. '^\d. Witn. John Atyswelle of Ibul, John 
del Stones of the same, William Prest, etc. Dat. Th. a. Pentecost 
[16 May], li Ric. II. [1388]. (Woll. x. 17.) 

1478. Grant from John Nedham of Ibulle to Robert Knyveton 
sen., esq., etc., of a messuage and lands in Ibulle which they had of the 
feoffment of John Sutton of Wynster. Witn. Ralph Gelle of Ibulle, 
John Beliden', and John Beghton. Dat. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
32 Hen. VI. [1454]. (Woll. x. 14.) 

1479. Grant from William Dale of Ibulle and Thomas Dale of 
Asshovere to Ralph Saucheverell, esq., of a messuage, etc., in Ibulle. 
Witn. Ralph Gelle of Ibulle, Richard Heywarde, and William Mowbrey 
of the same. Dat. Ex. of Holy Cross [14 Sept.], i Edw. IV. [1461]. 
(Woll. xi. 43.) 

1480. Power of attorney by the same to Richard Waller to 
deliver seisin to Ralph Saucheverelle, esq., of the above-named messuage, 
etc., in Ibulle. Same date. (Woll. x. 44.) 

148 1. Deed of sale from Thomas Sacheverell, son and heir of 
William Sacheverell late of Sneterton, to Sir Henry Vernon, knt., of 
all his lands, etc., in the towns and lordships of Ibell and Ashoure 
" negh vnto Wurkysworthe." Dat. 11 Sept., 24 Hen. VII. [1508]. 
(Trusley.) 

IDRIDGEHAY. 

(Eddricheshay, Edrechhay, Iddurshey, Idrichehay, 
Idrichhay, Yderychay.) 

1482. Grant from Thomas Smyth and Agnes his wife, daughter 
and one of the heirs of Roger Bradshaw, late of Eddricheshey al. 
Iddurshey to Margaret Bradshawe, widow of the said Roger, of all 



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the share of the said Agnes of her father's lands in Eddricheshey. 

Witn. John Curson of Kedilston, esq., John Vemey of Eddricheshey, 

Henry Shakulton, Robert Cowhop. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Peter ad 
vincula [i Aug.], 2 Ric. III. [1484]. (Bemrose.) 

1483. Lease, for five years, from Laurence of the Haye, of Derby, 
and Jone his wife, to Margaret Bradshawe, sister to the said Jone, 
of the land, etc., in Idrichhay which came to her on the death of 
her father, Roger Bradshawe. Dat. 31 Max., 12 Hen. VII. [1497]. 
(Bemrose.) 

1484. Grant from Thomas Somer, son and heir of Christopher 
Somer of Yderychey to Margaret his mother for her life of an enclosure 
in Yderychay called Fumycottfeld, which the said Thomas acquired 
from Thomas Mellor. Witn. Thomas Alton, William Gambull, Thomas 
Storer. Dat. 23 June, 22 Hen. VIII. [1530]. (Bemrose.) 

1485. Quitclaim from Robert Smythe of Kyrke Yreton, yeoman, 
to Margaret, wife of Christopher Somer, of all the lands in Yderychay 
which he had jointly with Margaret, lately wife of Roger Bradsha, 
by grant from the said Christopher and Margaret Somer. Witn. 
William Madocke, chaplain, Thomas Parker, Thomas Brammall. Dat. 
23 June, 22 Hen. VIII. [1530]. (Bemrose.) 

i486. Quitclaim from Richard Smythe, son and heir of Thomas 
Smythe and of Agnes, dau. and one of the heirs of Roger Bradshawe, 
to Thomas Somers of all the lands formerly Roger Bradshawe's in 
Edrechhey. Dat. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 24 Hen. VIII. [1532]. 
(Bemrose.) 

IDRIDGEHAY v. also under DUFFIELD, HULLAND. 



ILKESTON. 

(Elkeston, Hilkesd'.) 

1487. Covenant between Hugh fil. Radulfi and the Bailiffs and 
Burgesses of Nottingham to settle a dispute concerning freedom from 
toll in Nottingham, namely, that the Bailiffs and Burgesses grant that 
the whole land of the said Hugh " de baronia de Gant," viz., in Hilkesd' 
[Ilkeston], Stanton [Stanton in the Dale], Halum [West or Kirk Hallam], 
Schippeleg' [Shipley], and Breydest' [Breaston], be free of toll in respect 
of all things for food and clothing, both in the fair of Nottingham and 
outside, but they shall give toll " pro tinctura pannorum factorum et 
pro lana tincta, et postea si vehnt facient texere et fuUare pannos 
faciendos de predicta lana tincta et refullare similiter si velint pannos 
tinctos sine tolneto." And for all merchandise they shall give toll all 
the year. And if any dispute arise among the burgesses concerning 
purchases, the seller or buyer shall acquit himself by his oath, but 
when any " villanus " buys sheep in summer to sell against the winter, 
or similarly pigs to sell after mast time, they shall give toll as for 
merchandise. For this concession the said Hugh shall pay the said 
Bailiffs, etc., 2S. yearly. Witn. John, Abbot of Dale, Roger, Prior of 
Lenton, Nigel de Lisurs, Ralph de Trehanton, Richard de Rybof, Roger 
de Cressy, Reginald de Meudry, Robert de Duyn, Robert le Vavassur, 
knts., Robert de Muschamp, and others. Circ. 1240-1250. (Add. 
47498.) 



1 84 Ilkeston. 

1488. Release from William, la Zouche, 3rd Baron of Totness and 
Haringworth, to the Abbey of " La Dale," of the advowson of the church 
of Ilkeston, granted to the Abbey by Hugh de Willughby, clerk, John 
Pole of Nuburthe, WilHam de Sallowe of Stanton, Henry Coton, Parson 
of Aston, Richard, Parson of Hauston, and John de Halom, Parson of 
Lamley, who held it from Henry, Parson of Braunstone [Braunston, 
CO. Northt], John, Parson of Everdon, same county, and John Marchaunt, 
clerk. Witn. Sir John Clyntone, Sir Edmund de Appilby, Sir Will. 
Astley, knts., etc. Dat. 12 Oct., 10 Ric. II. [1388]. (Add. 26216.) 

1489. Release from Jocosa, widow of Roger del Schawe of 
Elkeston, and from Thomas de Shawe their son, to Thomas, Prior of 
Trentham and the convent of that place, of their right in lands in 
the vill of Elkeston, late the property of Matilda Basset. Dat. i July, 
5 Hen. VI. [1427]. (P. R. O. b. 1490.) 

INKERSALL v. under Etwall, Staveley. 
IVONBROOK GRANGE, nr. Wirksworth. 

(EUENBROKE, EVENBROKE, lUENBROC, lUENBROOK, YUENBROC, 
YUENEBROK.) 

1490- * Grant from Robert son of Adam le Wyne to Robert son 
of Ingelram of Nottingham, of the land in Yuenbroc, Horburghale, 
and Hopton, which was formerly held by Hamo the clerk, paying yearly 
X2S. to the Earl of Derby, etc. Thirteenth century. (Pole-Gell.) 

1491. Quitclaim from Ranulph fil. Ranulphi de Sniterton, Dominus 
de Ibole [Ible in Wirksworth] to the Abbot, etc., of Buildwas of two 
watercourses within their grange of luenbroc. Witn. Hugh de Bocstones, 
Hugh le Meyne of Wynstre, Roger de Wodnesleye, etc. Dat. apud 
Stone, Whitsun Tuesday, 2 Edw. II. [1309]. (Foljambe.) 

1493. Quitclaim from Richard Foliamb to Buildwas Abbey of the 
grange of Yuenebrok [Ivonbrook] and all their lands in the county of 
Derby. Witn. Dom. Godfrey Foliamb, knt., Robert Corbet, knt., John 
Cokayn, William Banastur, etc. Dat. Bildewas, Nat. of St. John B. 
[24 June], 40 Edw. III. [1366]. (Foljambe.) 

1493. Lease from Buildwas Abbey to Oliver de Barton and Alice 
his wife of the grange of " Euenbrooke en le haut Peck," with the profit 
of the mill, etc., for twenty-four years, at a yearly rent of eight marks. 
Dat. Asheboume, Th. b. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 2 Ric. II. [1379]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1494. Lease from Thomas Fuliambe, esq., of Walton, to Richard 
Vernon of Haddon, knt., of the grange called " Evenbroke Grange," 
with a water-mill, two " shepecotes," and all lands, etc., appertaining, 
as held by the said Thomas by lease from the Abbot of Buildwas, 
to hold the same for three years, paying the due rents, etc., to the 
Abbot of Buildwas, to Nicholas Gilbert, and to the King. Dat. 
London, 3 May, 14 Hen. VI. [1436]. (Foljambe.) 

* On my visit to Hopton in 1902, this ctiarter could not be found. The above 
abstract is from Hist. Comm. Report ix. ii. 402. 



Kedleston. 185 

M95- Grant from John, Abbot of Buldewas, to John Talbot, Lord 
Purnival \cr. Earl of Shrewsbury, 1442], Thomas Talbot, Nicholas 
Mountgomery, knt., Hugh Bourgh, esq., and Edmund Basset, esq., of 
eight marks of yearly farm from the grange of luenbrook for term of 
the life of John Dronfeld. Dat. Buldewas. Circ. 1440. (Foljambe.) 

1496- Lease from Thomas Foliambe to Sir Richard Vernon, knt, 

of the grange, etc., of Euenbroke for three years, at a yearly rent of 

eight, marks to the Abbot of Buildwas. Dat. Inv. of H. Cross [^ May], 
19 Hen. VL [1441]. (Foljambe.) 

IRETON, KIRK. 

(IRTON, KiRKIRTON, YRTON.) 

1497. Grant from John Husbond of Kirkirton and Alice his wife 
to Thomas Okeovere, esq., and William Bagger, chaplain of Brassyng- 
tone, of lands in Irton. Witn. Thomas Rappoke, William de Stapulle, 
John Baynay, etc. Dat. Ireton, S. a. F. of St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 
II Hen. IV. [1410]. (WoU. vii. 17.) 

1498. Grant from Thomas Okeover, esq., to Walter de WoUey of 
Wirkesworth, of lands in Kirkirton which the said Thomas, together 
with William Bagger, chaplain, had of the gift of John Husbond and 
Alice his wife. Witn. Rob. Verney, John Parker, Thomas Dey, etc. 
Dat. Irton, M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 5 Hen. VI. [1427]. 
(Woll. vii. 18.) 

IRETON, KIRK, v. also under Ashbourne, Kedleston. 

KEDLESTON. 

(Ketelestun, Ketilstone, Ketlestone.) 

1499. Grant from Richard de Curzun to Thomas fil. Thome de 
Curzun of the whole vill of Ketelestun, with the advowson of the church 
and mill, etc., to hold by service of a knight's fee. [11 98-11 99.] 
(Kedleston.) The text is : — 

Ric[ardus] de Curzun omnibus hominibus et amicis suis salutem. 
Sciatis me redd[id]isse et concessisse et recognouisse Thome fil. 
Thome de Curzun totam uillam de Ketelestun cum aduocacione 
Ecclesie et cum molendino et cum omnibus aliis pertinenciis que 
pertinent ad predictam villam de Ketelestun, tenendam de me 
et heredibus meis ille et heredes sui libere et quiete ab omni seruicio 
pro seruicio unius militis, saluo forinseco seruicio et inde homagium 
suum mihi fecit. His testibus, Hugone Bardolf, Magistro Rogero 
Arundel, Philippo fil. Roberti, Galfrido Haket, Justiciariis domini 
Regis apud Notingham anno decimo Regni Regis Ricardi et aliis 
baronibus et fidelibus domini Regis ibidem tunc presentibus, 
Willelmo filio Walkeline, Johanne de Boschuill, Willelmo de Ride- 
ware, Symone de Tuschet, Roberto fil. Walkeline, Willelmo de 
Godinton, Philippo de Derbi, Henrico Decano et pluribus aliis. 

1500. Quitclaim from Richard de Curzun to Thomas de Curzun 
de Ketlestone of the aid which he owed him for the making of his 
first-bom son a linight and for the marrying of his first-born daughter, 
in respect of the tenement he holds, on account of the aid which he 
made for making the first-bom son of his lord the Earl of Ferrars a 



1 86 Kedleston. 

knight, and for the marrying of the Earl's first-bom daughter. Circ. 
1 200. (Kedleston.) 

Notum sit omnibus Christi fidelibus ad quos presens scriptum 
peruenerit quod ego Ric[ardus] de Curzun condonaui et quietum 
clamaui Thome de Curzun de Ketleston auxilium quod mihi debuit 
ad filium meum primogenitum militem faciendum et ad primo- 
genitam filiam meam maiitandam de tenemento quod de me tenet, 
scilicet propter auxilium quod fecit mihi ad primogenitum filium 
domini mei Comitis de Ferrariis militem faciendum, et ad 
primogenitam filiam suam maritandam. Ut autem litere iste rate 
et inconcusse permaneant, sigilli mei impressione eas corroboraui. 
Hiis testibus, Rad[ulpho] filio Nicholai senescaldo domini Comitis 
tunc temporis, Rad[ulpho] de Bakepuz, Nicholao de Chambreis, 
Thoma persona de Croxhale, Roberto Forest[aTio], Galfrido Albo, 
Thoma Bussun et multis aliis. 

1 50 1. Lease from William le Burgelune to Thomas de Curzun of 
his meadow of Osmundemedwe " una cum parte Margerpe] matris mee," 
namely, the meadow lying between Aspineforde and Skitering up to 
Oddebroc, for term of twelve years, that is, to take twelve crops; at 
a rent of two pence ; with warranty against all men " et insuper versus 
matrem meam." Witn. Eustace de Luddam, Hugh le Bel, Fulcher de 
Irton, Thomas Bussun, John de Turn, Robert de Schaldeford, Geoffrey 
Blundus. Dat. Easter, 16 Hen. HI. [1232]. (Kedleston.) 

1502. Lease, for term of 12 yeais, from Margery, quondam vxor 
Willelmi le Burgelun, to Thomas de Curzun, of her share of Osmunde- 
medwe which falls to her as dower. Same date and witnesses, with 
William de Curzon, Thomas fil. Radulphi de Schobenhale. (Kedleston.) 

1503. Grant from William le Burgelun fil. Willelmi le Burgelun 
of Weston to Thomas de Curzun of the meadow of Osmundemedwe, 
between Yrton and Weston, as fully and entirely as William his father 
held it. Witn. Eustace de Ludham, Sheriff of Nottingham, Roger le 
Breton, knt, Geoffrey de Bakepuz, William de Picheford, William de 
Menil, Engeluf de Braileford, Robert de Carleolo, Fucher de Yrton, 
Geoffrey le Blund, Thomas Buyssun, etc. Circ. 1232. (Kedleston). 

1504. Quitclaim from Margeria, quondam vxor Willelmi le 
Burgmun (sic) to Dom. Thomas de Cursun of all the right she has 
in the meadow of Osmundismedwe " nomine dotis." Witn. John, Abbas 
de Parco, Fulcher de Irton, Hugh de Meynil, Henry Tuscheth, Thomas 
Basun, etc. Dat. 26 Hen. III. [1241-2]. (Kedleston.) 

1505. Grant from Robert Twyford, Dominus de Longley, William 
Arrosmythe, parson of Longley, John Brewode, parson of Rodbume, and 
Roger de Wyngreworthe, to John Cursone fil. Johannis Cursone de 
Ketilstone and Margaret his wife, dau. of Nicholas Mongomery, knt, 
and the heirs of their bodies, of the manor of Ketilstone, with the 
advowson of the church and the reversion of a third part of the same 
manor which Hugh Husee, knt, and Joan his wife hold in dower of 
the said Joan, the reversion of a messuage called " le Stanley " place, 
and four acres of land which John Repdone de Ketilstone holds, also 
the whole lordship of Weston Undrewode. In case of the death of 
the said John and Margaret without heirs, the said manors, etc., to 
pass to Thomas, brother of the said John Curson, to Margaret Curson 
their sister, and finally to the right heirs of the said John Cursone, 
sen., father of the said John, Thomas, and Margaret. Witn. Roger 



Killamarsh. 1 8 7 

Bradshawe, Dominus de Meygnylle Longley, Thomas Makworth, John 
irtone, John Burgulone. Dat. Moix. of St. Laurence Fii Aug.! 
12 Hen. IV. [1411]. (Kedleston.) 

u''^i'**'u ^^*^"^^"'^°'^ before Richard Blackwall, esq., Escheator after 
the death of John Curson, of Kedleston, esq., showing the descent of 
the manor. Dat. Derby, 6 Sept., 2 Edw. VI. [1548]. (Woll. xi. 37.) 

KILBURN. 

(KiLLEBURN, KyLBOURN, KyLBURN.) 

1507. Grant from Robert fil. Herbert! de Killebum to Gilbert fil. 
Roberti Keys of the same, of lands in Killebum; rent, e^d. Witn. Will, 
de Parco de Dineby, Dom. Robert capellanus de Horseley, Richard 
Keys de Killebum, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. iv. 68.) 

1508. Grant from William fil. Roberti de Ettewelle to John fil. 
Gilberti Keys of Kylboum, of a messuage in Kylboum. Witn. Gilbert 
Keys of Kylboum, Hugh de Wynester, Richard fil. Willelmi, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 14 Edw. III. [1336]. (Woll. iv. 69.) 

1509. Grant from Robert, perpetual Vicar of Horssley, and Dom. 
William Normantone of the same, to Gilbert Keys of Kylbum, Johanna 
his wife, and John their son, of lands in Kylburn and Horsley. Witn. 
Hugh de Menyel of Kylburn, Henry de le Hewad, Ralph fil. Roberti 
of the same. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 1349. (Woll. iv. 70.) 

1 510. Re-grant from John Forest, parson of Braydeshall, Thomas 
Waterhous of Dufifeld, and William de Neuthorpe, chaplain, to John 
Kays of Kilburn, and Amice his wife, of lands in Kilburn, Horsley, 
and Horsley-parkes, with remainder to Henry, son of the said John. 
Witn. Will. Flaxman, John de Normanton, Henry de Hilton of Horsley, 
etc. Dat. Tu. a. Michaelmas Day [29 Sept.], 3 Hen. IV. [1401]. 
(Woll. iv. 72.) 

KILBURN V. also under Denby, Hope, Horsley. 

KILLAMARSH. 

(Kynwaldemers, Kynwalmarche, Kynwalmerch, 
Kynwolmarsh.) 

151 1. Confirmation for three marks from Robert de Menul' to 
Ralph fil. Nicholai of lands which the father of the said Ralph held 
in Kynwaldemers, with certain privileges at the mill ; rent, half a 
mark. Witn. Roger de Pleslay, John, clericus de Wytwalle, John, 
persona de Barleburgh, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. vii. 78.) 

1512. Lease from Nicholas Longford, knt., to Thomas Foliambe, 
esq., of all his lands, etc., in Kylwalmerch, Barleburgh, and Boythorpe, 
CO. Derby, and Basford, co. Notts. Witn. Thomas Meverell, John 
Longford, George Caryngton, Roger Foliambe, William Basset, etc., 
John, Vicar of Longford. Dat. 35 Hen. VI. [1456-1457]. (Foljambe.) 

•5 13- Grant from Nicholas Serlby, esq., Henry Ynce of Spynkhill, 
Henry Eliot of Kynwolmarsh, and Christopher Rodes de la Haigh 
in Staveley to Richard Hewet, of a messuage in Kynwolmarsh Nether- 
thorp, called Wodhous-thing in the tenure of William Atkyn, which they 



1 88 Killamarsh. 

acquired from William Hewet, father of the said Richard; with 
remainder to John Hewet, brother of the said Richard. Witn. Richard 
Eyre of Plumley, gent., Richard Cade, William Hasilhirst, etc. Dat. 
31 Mar., 20 Hen. VII. [1505]. (Rel. xx. 219.] 

1 5 14. Declaration of uses of a feoffment from John Huet of 
Kynwalmarche to Henry Eliot and Isabel his wife of a messuage and 
closes of pasture in Kynwalmarche. Dat. 12 Apr., 24 Hen. VII. 
[1509]. (Rel. XX. 218.) 

KNIVETON. 

(Knyuenton, Knyveton.) 

1515. Pardon from Edward III. to Thomas de Knyveton and 
Nicholas his brother, for their complicity in the death of William 
Spenser and acts of outlawry. Dat. Westm., 19 June, a° 27 [1353]. 
(Woll. vi. 31.) 

1 516. Grant from Margery, widow of John de Knyveton, to Thomas 
de Knyveton, of the manor of Knyveton, with the marriage of Nicholas, 
son and heir of the said John, and in case of his death, within age, 
the marriage of Emma his sister. Dat. Knyveton, M. a. F. of the 
Ascension [10 May], 32 Edw. III. [1358]. (Woll. vi. 34.) 

1 5 17. Lease, for, 20 years, from Thomas Shanynton of Farley to 
Thomas de Okeover of all his land called " Les Flates," near Knyuenton 
[Kniveton], to hold at a yearly rent of 145. Witn. John Wareyn, Adam 
Lyghtwod, Richard Bromley. Dat. Christmas Day, 13 Hen. IV. [141 1]. 
(Okeover.) 

15 1 8. Counterpart of lease from the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield to Ralph Gell of Hopton of all the rents and emoluments of 
the Chapel of Knyveton, with " Ly Parsonage place," for eight succes- 
sive terms of five years, beginning in 1548, the lessee to provide a 
fit and continuously resident Chaplain, and to repair all buildings. 
Dat. I June, 1537. (Lichf. D. 21.) 

15 1 9. Grant from Henry Wyllyams, Dean, and the Chapter of 
Lichfield, to Thomas Gell, son of Ralph Gell of Hopton, of the rectory 
house of the parish church of Knyveton, with the glebe lands, etc. 
Dat. I July, 1549. (Lichf. D. 27.) 

KNIVETON V. also under ASHBOURNE, Bradburn, Bradley. 

LANGLEY, KIRK, and MEYNELL. 

(Kyrkelongeleye, Kyrkelongley, Langelya, 

longelaymeygnyll, longelemeygnyll, longeley, 

Longeleymeygnyll, Longley.) 

1 520. Grant from Roger de Bradel' to the " ecclesia beate Marie 
de Kyngesmedewe juxta Derbeyam et monialibus ibidem " of all his 
land and tenement in Langelya, with the mill, etc., which he held of 
the gift of Mag. John de Weston, his uncle. Witn. Henry de Brayles- 
ford, Giles de Meynill, Oliver de Dodingesheles, Oliver de Rowlande, 
Engyllard de Braylesford, Dom. Walter vicarius ecclesie Sancte 
Werburge, Derb', etc. Thirteenth century. (Woll. viii. 52, 60.) 



Langley, Kirk. 189 

_.'52i- Grant from William Russel of Kyrkelongeleye to Robert fil. 
Ricardi de Makworthe of an acre of land in Kyrkelongeleye. Witn. 
Hugh de Meygnyll, Robert de Aula de Makworthe, John de Oddyngeseles, 
(Won £■ 73!) °^ '^"" °^ ^- ^- ^- t^S Mar.], 31 Edw. I. [1303]: 

1522, Grant from Adam Fythyon of Longelemeygnyll and Emma 
his wife to Juliana de Hundesworth of nine acres of arable land in 
the viU and fields of Kyrkelongeleye. Witn. Hugh de Meygnyll, William 
de Trusselege, WiUiam de Brascynton, John de Derleye, etc. Dat. apud 
Longelaymeygnyll. Dat. Morr. of Inv. of H. Cross \x Mayl -12 Edw I 
[1304]. (Mundy.) 

1533. Grant from John de Derley of Kyrkelongeleye to John fil 
Roberti Jumons de Westone, and Henry his brother, of a rent of 5^. 
from a messuage and meadow in Kyrkelongeleye. Witn. William de 
Trusseley, William de Brasynton, Henry de Bradelowe, etc. Dat. Fr. 
a. F. of St. Augustine [26 May], i Edw. II. [1308]. (Woll. iii. 3.) 

1524. Grant from Henry de Bredelowe of Kyrkelongeleye to Dom. 
Hugh de [Meiml], miles, Dominus de Longeleyemeygnyll, of three selions 
of land in the vill and territory of Kyrkelongeleye lying in the field 
of the wood at Le Fyxpol, between the land of John de Oddyngeseles 
and the land of Henry le Warde. Witn. William de Trusseley de 
Kyrkelongeleye, William de Brascynton, Henry le Warde, etc. Dat. 
Mor. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.]. Temf. Edw. II. (Mundy.) 

1525- Quitclaim from John de Longeley, clericus, to Nicholas de 
la Weld and William de Taryngton, chaplain, of a messuage, toft, and 
croft in Kirkelongley which formerly belonged to his brother, Henry 
de Longeley, chaplain, and descended by right of inheritance to the 
said John; with twenty acres of land in the same place. Witn. Hugh 
Slegh, Hugh Bate, Henry Mengnell, etc. Dat. at Duff eld, W. a. 
Michaelmas Day, 45 Edw. III. [1371]. (Mundy.) 

1526. Grant from Robert Twyford, armiger, to John Clement and 
Stephen Hykmons, chaplains, of all the lands, etc., which he had of 
the feoffment of Gerard Maynell in the vill and fields of Kyrkelongley. 
Witn. John Curson of Ketleston, arm., Thomas Bradfeld of Myrcaston, 
arm., Henry Pole of Mogenton. Dat. F. of SS. Peter and Paul 
[29 June], 20 Hen. VI. [1442]. (Mundy.) 

1527. Sale from Thomas Twyford, son and heir of Walter Twyford 
of Langley, to Richard Knyveton of Bradley, sen., esq., of a pasture 
and close called Hakwood in the parish of Langley, late in the tenure 
of Robert Dawkyn. Dat. 3 Apr., 17 Hen. VII. [1502]. (Mundy.) 

1528. Grant from Thomas Twyford, son and heir of Walter 
Twyford, late of Longley, to Ralph Delves, esq., John Porte, John 
Knyveton, son of Richard Knjrveton of Bradley, esq., and Henry 
Proctour, clerk, of a pasture or enclosure in the parish of Langley 
called Hakwood, with attorney to John Alsop of Spoundon and William 
Newbold of Bradley to give seisin. Dat. 6 Apr., 17 Hen. VII. [1502]. 
(Mundy.) 

1529. Release from Thomas Twyford, son and heir of Walter 
Twyford, late of Langley, to John Holme, Ralph Delves, John Porte, 
John Kniveton, Humphrey Kneveton, and Henry Proctour, of three 
pastures or enclosures in the parish of Langley, called " the lytyll 
launde," "Lytyll Hakwod," and "Wolley." Dat. 18 Sept., 18 Hen. VII. 
[1502]. (Mundy.) 



I go Langley, Kirk. 

1530. Lease, for three years, from Richard Knyveton, sen., esq., 
to Thomas Twyford, esq., John Alsope of Spoundon, of three closes 
in Kyrkelongley, whereof one is called Lytelhakwode, another called 
Woley, the third called Litell Launde; rent, 30X. Dat. 25 Mar., 
i8 Hen. VII. [1503]. (Mundy.) 

1531. Exemplification of a recovery by Ralph Delues, esq., John 
Knyveton, John Porte, and Henry Proctour, clerk, against Thomas 
Twyford, esq., of 62 acres of land in Kyrkelongley. Dat. 24 May, 
18 Hen. VII. [1503]. (Mundy.) 

LANGLEY in Heanor. 

1532. Lease, for 21 years, from Matthew Knyveton of Bradley, 
esq., and John Knyveton of Storeston, his uncle, to John Gents of 
Langley in Heynore and William Hunter of the same, of a close in 
Langley; rent, 31^. Zi. Dat. 20 Jan., 31 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Woll. 
iv. 24.) 

LANGLEY in Heanor v. also under CODNOR, Shipley. 

LANGLEY, nr. Chesterfield. 
(Langele, Langeley, Langeleye, Longeley, Longley.) 

1533' Release from Leticia fil. Galfridi de Brereleye to John fil. 
Rogeri de Langeleye of land which Roger de Langeleye gave to Walter 
de Doneston her grandfather at Langleye, lying on Brocholclif, near 
the road leading towards Neubolt. Witn. Thomas de Leyis, Roger le 
Albecot, Thomas de Bramton, Roger, clericus de Cestrefed, etc. Temp. 
Hen. in. (Harl. 112 G. 35.) 

'534- Grant from John de Langeleye to William clericus de 
Witinton of land lying on Brocholclif, between the road from Langeley 
to Newbolt and land of Robert fil. Radulfi. Witn. Robert de Hedenis- 
hovere, Thomas de Hedenishovere, Thomas de Leyis, Robert de 
Witinton, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Harl. 112 I. 43.) 

'535- Grant from John fil. Rog. de Langeley to William Palmer 
of Langeley of lands in Langeley. Witn. Robert de Wytintona, Peter 
de Brimentona, Simon de Linacre, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

1536. Grant from Will. fil. Joh. de Longley to Thomas de Colle 
in Longeley of three and a half acres of land in the fields of Longeley. 
Witn. Thomas de Leys, Peter de Doneston, Jordan de Barlay, etc. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

J 537' Quitclaim from Leticia fil. Roberti fil. Bate de Langeleye 
to William fil. Galfridi de Langeleye of her right of inheritance after 
the death of Susanna her mother in lands, etc., held of the lord of 
Brimington in Langeleye. Witn. Richard Caskyn, Robert Caskyn, etc. 
Dat. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 5 Edw. II. [131 1]. (Foljambe.) 

1538. Lease from John fil. Ranulphi of Whytinton to Robert fil. 
Rogeri Fox of Dunston of two acres of land in the fee of Langele for 
ten years. Witn. John fil. Will, de Dunston, William Caskyn, Richard 
Caskyn, etc. Dat. S. b. Michs. Day, 11 Edw. III. [1337]. (Foljambe.) 

LANGLEY v. also under Chesterfield. 
LEA V. under Crich. 
LEAM V. under Eyam. 



Litchurch. 1 9 1 

LINACRE. 

(LiNAKER.) 

1539- Grant from Garnar de Neapoli, Prior of the Brothers of 
the Hospital of Jerusalem in England, to John de Linacre of two bovates 
of land in Linacre which they acquired from Roger, son of Rauekel; 
yearly rent, 2s. Dat. 1189. (Add. 13932.) The text is:— 

Notum sit omnibus tarn presentibus quam futuris quod ego 
Garnarius de Neapol[i] prior fratrum Hospitalis Jer[usa]limitani 
in Anglia de communi assensu et uoluntate fratrum Capituli nostri 
concessi et presenti carta confirmaui Johanni de Linacra et heredibus 
suis duas bouatas terre in Linacra quas habemus ex donatione 
Rogeri fil. Rauekel cum pertinentiis suis. Tenendas et habendas 
de domo nostra iure hereditario libere et quiete, reddendo inde 
singulis annis domui nostre duos solidos ad festum sancti Bertelmi 
pro omni seruicio et consuetudine nobis inde pertinente. Ita tamen 
quod in obitu suo et successorum suorum similiter, tercia pars 
catallorum suorum que super predictam terram erunt pro salute 
anime sue domui nostre remanebit. Hiis testibus, Fratre Alano 
de Sancta Cruce, Fr. Matheo, Fr. Roberto Paruo, Fr. Osberto 
de Nordfolc, Fr. Briano de Lond', Fr. Hugone de Binford, Fr. 
Nicolao de Cadmel, tunc Magistro Eboraci, Fr. Simone de Scoth', 
Waltero clerico. Anno incarnationis dominice M°.C'^.lxxx°ix° 

LINACRE V. also under Chesterfield, Westwell. 

LINTON. 

(Lyntone.) 

1540. AccoMPT-ROLL of Robert Myddelton, collector of rents for the 
manor of Lyntone, Mich., 23-24 Hen. VI. [1445], with the accompt of 
Thomas Hanson, Steward, of the Manor of Bretby for the same period. 
(Bemrose.) 

LINTON V. also under Drakelow, Gresley, ROSLISTON. 
LITCHURCH in Derby. 

(LUTCHURCH.) 

154 1. Lease, for 44 years, from Thomas [Grevys], Abbot of Derley, 
to Antony Babyngton of Dedyke [Dethick], esquire, of a tenement in 
Lutchurch; rent, 73^. 4^. Dat. 10 Aug., 16 Hen. VIII. [1524]. 
(WoU. iv. 60.) 

1542. Sale, for ;£io, by Himifrey Dugmanton, gent., to Rauf 
Sacheverell of Ratclif upon Sore [Ratcliff-upon-Soar, co. Notts.], of 
the lease of a tenement and " chefe place " in Lutchurch, which he 
held from Kateryn, Lady Babyngton, widow of Sir Antony Babyngton, 
knt. Dat. II June, 29 Hen. VIII. [1537]- (Woll. iv. 61.) 

1543- List of freeholders owing suit at the court of Lutchurch. On 
the back is a rough draft of a grant by Thomas Pole of Wakbrigge 
to Ralph Pole, his son and heir apparent, of land in Boghwode, m 
the territory of Matlock. Sixteenth century. (Woll. xi. 11.) 

LITCHURCH V. also under Derby. 



192 Littleover. 

LITTLEOVER. 

(Parva Oure, Parva Overa.) 

1544. Declaration by Philip Marci and Anna [Serjaffini his 
wife that they lease the village of Parva Oure of the Abbot and Convent 
of Burton[-on-Trent] for life only, and that they have delivered to the 
Abbot and Convent a copy of the charter by which they hold it, which 
shall be valid against any contrary contention by themselves or their 
heirs. Witn. Walter [de Senteney], Abbas de Dala, Bartholomew, 
Prior de Totesbiri [Tutbury, co. Staff.], William de Vernon, Mag. 
Stephen de Radecliue, Mag. Robert de Seka, Ralph Grim, etc. 
[1204-12 35.] (Stowe 85.) 

•545" Grant from John de Cornera de Derby to the Abbot and 
Convent of Burton-on-Trent of a tenement which he held in fee of 
them in Parva Overa, together with the rent and service paid to him 
by Roger de Walton in respect of a tenement held of him in the 
same place. Witn. Dom. William and Dom. Giles de Meynil, mil., 
John de Chandos, Dom. de Rodbume, Mag. Will. fil. Robert! de 
Henovere, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Stowe 62.) 

LITTLEOVER v. also under MiCKLEOVER. 

LITTON. 

(Lytton.) 

1546. Grant from RaJph Wlvet de Litton to the Church of 
St. John at Tydeswelle and to Ralph, Dean, and the Chapter of 
Lichfield, as Rectors of that church, of a toft and lands at Litton, 
with half an acre of land in the same place extending from the head 
of the town to the stone cross towards Tudeswell. Witn. Thomas, 
Precentor of Lichfield, Roger Rusteng, Canon of the same, John de 
Uttokeshal, Thomas de Crawell, Succentor, Alan, Vicar of Tideswell, 
Ralph fil. Radulfi, presbiter, Henry de Lytton, Simon de Ascell, Hugo 
Martin, etc. [1214-1222.] (Lichf. B. 9.) 

1547. Sale and release by Richard de Ednissouere to Nicholas 
de Blacquell of Robert fil. Reginaldi de Litton, with his homage and 
service, the said Nicholas to pay to the chief lord one penny rent or 
a pair of white gloves. Witn. Richard le Raggede, Henry de Caluouere, 
etc. Late thirteenth century. (Foljambe.) 

1548. Grant from Richard de Grey to William fil. Roberti de la 
Morhaghe of twelve acres three roods of land with half a toft in the 
vill and fields of Litton, lying on Backedale, Tydeswellisethis, Suclowe, 
Wythynewelle, etc. Witn. Jocelin de Steynisb' tunc temporis senescallus, 
Richard Danyll, Hugh de la Morhag', Thomas Folegaumbe, Roger 
Folegaumbe, etc. Early Edw. I. (Add. 26419.) 

1 549- Quitclaim from Thomas fil. Ricardi Willyson of Litton to 
Walter Gregory of land in Litton. Witn. John Figour, John de Benteleye, 
etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 21 Edw. III. [1347]. 
(Add. 7824.) 

1550. Grant from Nicholas fil. Walteri Gregore to John fil. Thome 
de Litton of four acres and a half of land in the fee of Litton lying 
on Hommuldon, Wylmeslowe, Borford, etc. Witn. Thomas fil. Ricardi, 
Henry de Toyneshende, Adam de Blakwall, etc. Dat. F. of SS. Simon 
and Jude [28 Oct.], 49 Edw. III. [1375]. (Add. 7842.) 



Longford. 193 

1551. Counterpart of lease from Ralph Colyngwoode, Dean, and 
the Chapter, to Edmund Eyre, Vicar of Tideswell, and Roland Eyre 
his brother, of the fee-farm of Litton, with tithes of corn and hay of 
Hassopp, Longesdon maior [Great Longstone], Wardelowe [Wardlow], 
and Rowland [Roland], for five years. Dat. 5 Nov., 15 16. (Lichf. 

LITTON V. also under TiDESWELL, Walton. 

LOCKO. 

(LocHAY, Netherlokhaw.) 

1552. Quitclaim from Nicholas fil. Rob. le Wyne to Alan de 
Pickworth of land with toft, etc., which Robert des Poer held from the 
said Alan on Palm Sunday, 1261, in the town and neighbourhood of 
Lochay [Locko]. Witn. William de Chaddesden, clerk, Roger de 
Draycott, clerk, John de Lozak, Elyas de Stretton, etc. Circ. 1261. 
(Rel. iii. 174.) 

1553- Agreement between Rauf Bridde [signs "Beyrd"] of Nether- 
lokhawe, gent., and Jane Dethike of Bredsall, widow, for the marriage 
of Richard Bridde, his son and heir, with Margaret, daughter of the 
said Jane. The said Rauffe to convey to Sir Wm. Saucheverell, knt., 
Nicholas Assheby, etc., the fee simple of lands and tenements of the 
yearly value of nine marks, in trust for the use of the said Richard 
and Margaret. The said Margaret to pay 40 marks. Dat. 22 Aug., 
13 Hen. VIII. [1522]. (Woll. xii. 117, 118.) 

LOCKO V. also under Spondon, Yeldersley. 

LONGFORD. 

(Langeford, Langforth, Longeford.) 

1554- Final concord made at Notingham before William Briwerre, 
Sheriff, whereby John de Saucheuerel quitclaims to Oliver fil. Nigelli 
de Bubendona all his right in Bubendona, Longeford, Malmertona, 
in Turuerdestona [Thurvaston], co. Derby, and in Alaxton [Allexton], 
etc., CO. Leic. Witn. Henry, subvice-comes, William de Leca, William 
de Rothomago, Hubert fil. Radulfi, Simon Tuschet, Robert de 
Muscampo, Thomas Dispensator, Sewale de Munjai, William de Verdun, 
Hugh de Acouer, etc. Temp. John. (Longford.) 

'555' Grant from King Henry III.- to Nigel de Longford of free 
warren in Longeford, co. Derb., and Athelaxton [Allexton]. Witn. 
W[alter de Cantelupe], Bishop of Worcester, Simon de Montfort, Earl 
of Leicester, John de Plesset[is], Earl of Warwick, Peter de Sabaudia, 
John Maunsell, prepositus de Beuerlaco, Mag. William de Kilkenny, 
Archdeacon of Coventry, Ralph fil. Nicholai, Bertram de Crioyll, John 
de Lessington, Robert de Walerand, Robert le Noreys, Roger de 
Lokinton. Dat. Westminster, 9 June, anno 36 [1252]. (Rel. N.S., 
v. 108.) 

1556. Lease, for 30 years, from Dom. Nigel de Lanford to Robert 
Marescallus fil. Roberti Fabri de Wotton of nine selions on "le 
Stoniflat iuxta crucem Stephani," and a toft in Bobinton which Stephen 
le Blodletere sometime held. Witn. John de Langeford, William his 
brother, Micael de Langeford, Robert de Grendon, etc. Dat. All Saints' 
Day [i Nov.], 37 Hen. IH. [1252]. (Longford.) 
13 



194 Longford. 

'557- Fine levied in Hilary Term at Derby in 42 Hen. III. [1258], 
before John, Abbot de Burgo Sancti Petri, Roger de Thurkleby, Peter 
de Percy, and John de Wyuill, Justices itinerant, whereby Roger Durdent 
releases to Nigel de Langeford right of estover in the said Nigel's 
park, and in his other woods in Longford, and Nigel grants to Roger 
a "marcata" of annual rent from his water-mill in Langeford called 
Bubbedonmilne. (Longford.) 

1558. Covenant made at Derby before the Justices in Eyre between 
Dom. Nigel de Langeford and Roger de Mercinton and Elianor his 
wife, whereby the said Sir Nigel agrees not to make waste in or sell 
the wood of Langeford, called Brendewode, without licence from the 
said Roger, who undertakes to allow the said Sir Nigel free enjoyment 
of an assart called Limputruding, with cottages and land and a rent 
of 35. from the same. Witn. Dom. Will, de Mungomery, Dom. Peter 
du Gant, Dom. Peter de Bakepuz, etc. Dat. Morr. of SS. Tiburtius 
and Valerian [15 Apr.J, 53 Hen. III. [1269]. (Woll. ix. 59.) 

1559- Lease, for 41 years, from Dom. Nigel de Longeford to 
William de Longesdon, manens in lueleg', of an assart which Matthew 
formerly servant of Roger de Mercenton sometime held; with common 
of pasture throughout the whole fee of Longeford, Malmarton [Mam- 
merton], and Bobbedon [Bupton], except in the said Nigel's park, or 
com, or meadows, and timber for building from Brendewode. Witn. 
Dom. William de Meynell, Giles de Meynill, William de Longeford, 
John de Benteleg', Robert le Fowyn, etc. Dat. Michaelmas, 1272. 
(Longford.) 

1560. Grant from Oliver fil. Ade de Kauelond to Emma his sister 
of a bovate of land with half an acre of meadow " in curto prate " 
[in Bobbedon], viz., the half-acre " prati Durdonis." Witn. Dom. 
Robert de Essebury, Dom. Nigel de Longeford, Dom. Ralph de Grendon, 
Dom. Robert de Perrer, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Longford.) 

1561. Grant from Ralph le Foun fil. Henrici le Foun, with consent 
of Emma his wife, to Dom. Nigel de Longeford of an annual rent 
of 12 pence from land in Bubendone. Witn. Dom. Ralph de Grendon, 
Dom. Henry de Breylesford, Stephen de Yrton, Hamund de Sapurton, 
Michael de Longeford. Temp. Hen. III. (Longford.) 

1562. Grant from Michael de Langeford to Dom. Nigel fil. Nigelli 
de Langeford of three acres of land in Langeforde in the fields of 
La Wodehuse and four acres in Burleg', etc. Witn. Dom. Peter de 
Bakepuz, Dom. Robert de Ferrers, Henry de Irton, Henry de Mapelton, 
Roger Durdent, etc. Temp. Hen. III.-Edw. I. (Longford.) 

1563. Grant from Nigel fil. Nigelli de Langeford to Michael de 
Longeford of land in Langeford, viz., towards La Wodehuse in Burleg', 
etc. Witn. Dom. Peter de Bakepuz, Dom. Robert de Ferrers, Henry 
de Mapelton, Stephen de Irton, Henry le Foun, William de Longeford, 
Robert le Foun. Temp. Hen. III.-Edw. I. (Longford.) 

1564. Accord of suit moved before Dom. John de Vallibus and 
his companions, itinerant Justices at Derby, whereby Roger Duredent 
releases to Oliver de Langeford, knt., all his right in estovers in two 
woods of the said Oliver called Le Brentewode and Le Parrok, in 
return for which the said Oliver grants to the said Roger 30 acres of 



Longford. 195 

land (by perch of 18^ feet) in the said wood of Brentewode. Witn. 
Dom. Henry de Braylesford, Wilham de Meynill, Giles de Meynill, 
Henry fil. Herberti, Roger de Mercinton, knts., William de Langeford, 
etc. Dat. 9 Edw. I. [1280-1281]. (Longford.) 

1565- Final concord between Dom. Oliver de Longeford and 
Dom. Roger de Mercinton, whereby the said Oliver leases to Roger 
and Eleanor his wife 20 acres of land in le Brendewode extending 
from Berleyford, near the road leading to Le Wodehous, to be stubbed 
up and cultivated, common of pasture being reserved to the said Oliver 
after the hay and com are carried; and the said Roger grants to 
Oliver " ut possint se approwiare . . . de toto vasto suo in le 
Brendewode et de quodam prato quod vocatur le Ruddemedwe," and 
releases to him all the tenements which Henry " Prepositus," Robert 
" Prepositus," and Richard Le Latour enclosed in Le Wodehous, 
common of pasture in le Brendewode and in le Ruddemedwe after the 
hay and com are carried to the said Roger and Eleanor and their 
tenants of Malmarton. Witn. Dom. William de Meynil, Henry fil. 
Herberti, Ralph de Monioye, knts., John Moule, etc. Dat. " apud 
Derbe in itinere Justicparum]," S. a. Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 
9 Edw. I. [1281]. (Longford.) 

1566. Grant from John fil. Oliveri le Fown of Holinton' to Roger 
de Mercinton' and Elianor his wife, of twenty acres of land in le 
Brendewode of Longeford; rent, \d. Witn. Dom. Henry de Brayhs- 
forde, Dom. Henry Fitz-Herbert, Dom. Ralph de Monjoy', milites, etc. 
Temf. Edw. I. (Well. ix. 64.) 

1567. Grant from Richard fil. Rogeri Durdent to Roger de 
Mercinton of thirty acres of land in Longeford; rent, a rose. Witn. 
Dom. Henry de Braylesford, Dom. William de Meynil, Dom. Giles de 
Meynil, milites, etc. Dat. Roddesley, M. a. F. of St. Lucy [13 Dec], 
1282. (Woll. ix. 60.) 

1568. Quitclaim from Robert fil. Michaelis Wethyr of Longeforde 
Wodehouses to Dom. John de Longeford and Joan his wife of an assart 
in the fee of Longeford called Berleyruding. Witn. Dom. Henry de 
Braylesford, Henry de Knyveton, Giles de Meynell, John de Bakepuz, 
Geoffrey, vicar of Longford, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 
23 Edw. L [1294]. (Longford.) 

1569. Grant from William Carectarius de Bobedone to Roger 
Eflawe of a bovate of land in Bobedon which the said Wilham holds 
on lease from Nicholas, Dominus de Longeford, Witn. Robert de 
Grendon, Robert de Essebume, Robert le Taylur, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Clement [17 Nov.], 1314. (Longford.) 

1570. Grant from Robert fil. Thome Otting de Longeford to 
Richard de Diluerene and Isabella his wife, of a toft, etc., in Longford. 
Witn. Ralph de Bakepuz, Hugh de Fulford, Gilbert Swift, clerk, etc. 
Dat. T. b. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 13 16. (Longford.) 

1 57 1. Lease, for 18 years, from Nicholas, Dominus de Longeford, 
to Cecily, relict of Henry de Alkemonton, of a messuage, etc. [in 
Longford] which her late husband held for a term of years. Dat. 
F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 10 Edw. II. [13 16]. (Longford.) 



196 Longford. 

1573. Grant from Richard de Pountfret to Dom. Nicholas de 
Longeforde, knt., of a messuage and piece of land in Longeford 
Wodehuses which he had by grant of Thomas fil. Edithe extending 
from Berleye to " le Schephouscroftus," and from the park of the said 
Nicholas to "le Wodehouses." Witn. Dom. Hugh de Meingneil, Dom. 
John de Twyford, Dom. Nicholas de Marchinton, etc. Dat. Mor. of 
St. Peter ad vincula [2 Aug.], 12 Edw. II. [1318]. (Longford.) 

1573- Grant from Roger Bissop of Longeford to Roger his son 
of land in Longeford lying in Le Schurthehul, etc. Witn. Robert de 
Aschebury, Oliver de Coulond, Robert de Grendon. Dat. S. a. F. of 
St. Gregory [12 Mar.], i Edw. III. [1327]. (Longford.) 

1574- Quitclaim from William Wythur of Longeford Wodehousus 
to Dom. Nicholas de Longeford, knt., of all his lands in Longeford. 
Witn. Ralph de Majchinton, Ralph de Mountioe, Robert de Asschboume, 
etc. Dat. F. b. F. of St. Dunstan [21 Oct.], 5 Edw. III. [1331]. 
(Longford.) 

1 575- Defeasance of bond from Nicholas de Langeford, knt, 
to Fr. Philip de Thame, Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem 
in England, in ;£io, for the repayment of a loan of ioo.f. (which he 
has received by the hand of Fr. William de Brex) at their house 
" Fontis Clericorum." Dat. " apud fontem Clericorum " [Clerkenwell], 
13 March, 11 Edw. III. [1337]- (Longford.) 

1576. Grant from Nicholas de Longefforde, knt., to Walter le 
Harpere of Longeford, of four and a half acres of land in the fee 
of Longefford. Witn. Nicholas Selueyn, Oliver de Couland, Roger 
Duredent, Alexander de Hyde, Robert de Grendon. Dat. Longford, 
Vigil of St. James [24 July], 11 Edw. III. [1337]. (Longford.) 

1577- Covenant of grant from William fil. Ricardi de Pountefreit 
to Walter le Harpur of Shirleg' of a messuage and lands in the field 
of Longeford, and eight acres of land called Le Flytenflate in the fee 
of Alkemonton, etc. Witn. Nicholas Selueyn, Reginald de Marching- 
ton, Roger Duredent, etc. Dat. Th. a. Michaelmas Day, 13 Edw. III. 
[1339]- (Longford.) 

1578. Grant from Roger de Fulford to Adam fil. Radulfi de Assche 
of a messuage, etc., in Wodehouses, Burley, Bobbedon, and Longford. 
Witn. Dom. William de Falford, rector of Longeford, Robert de 
Asschebourne, Roger Durdent, William Jurdon, etc. Dat. Bobbedon, 
S. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 1347 [8]- (Longford.) 

1579. Balance sheet of accompts of Longford Manor. 1360. 
(Lichf. N. II.) 

1580. Grant from William de Salford, parson of Longford, Thomas 
de Longeford, parson of Wynfeld, and John Cressy, parson of Thorp, 
to Nicholas de Longeford, knt., of 200 " majrcate " of annual rent. Dat. 
Longford, F. of H. Trinity [12 June], 36 Edw. III. [1362]. (Longford.) 

1581. Lease, for lives, from Nicholas de Longeforde, knt., to John 
Amysson and Matilda his wife, of a cottage near the Mill of Bubbdon. 
Dat. Longford, W. a. F. of St. Cedda, Bp. [7 Jan.], 3 Ric. II. [1380]. 
(Longford.) 



Longford. 197 

1582. Grant from William Dylreti de Longford to Oliver de 
Barton and Dom. John Cressy, rector of Longford, of all the lands 
which he holds in Longford. Witn. Thomas Mongomery de Couland, 
Robert Fowne, John Durdent, etc. Dat. Longford, M. a. Michaelmas 
Day, 5 Ric. IL [1381]. (Longford.) 

1583. Deed whereby Nicholas de Longeford grants to William 
Fitzherbert of Northbury [Norbury] all his land "en le Mihieholme" 
near Dovebrugpleos, between Ekkescroft and Theveholme, in exchange 
for the land called Alwaldesholme " del coulesue desques al ewe de 
Douiue." Dat. Northbury, 26 Aug., 14 Ric. IL [1390]. Seal of 
arms of William Fitzherbert. (Longford.) 

1584. Lease from Dom. Nicholas de Longeford, knt., to John 
Amysson of Longeford of a cottage, garden, and croft near the mill 
of Longeford and Bubbedon, with remainder to Richard, son of the 
said John ; the lessees to find the lord a man " ad levandum fenum " 
for a day, a man in the autumn for reaping for a day, and a man 
" ad opus molendini " for a day, and to make suit to the mill of 
Longford, and to the Court of Longford. Dat. Longford, M. b. F. 
of St. Dunstan [21 Oct.], 20 Ric. II. [1396]. (Longford.) 

1585. Grant from Robert de Dillereu to William Cook, vicar of 
Longford, Henry Jacson, chaplain, and others, of all his lands in 
Longford. Witn. Nicholas de Longeford, knt., Nicholas de Monte- 
gomery, knt., Thomas de Montegomery de Coland, John Durdent, etc. 
Dat. S. b. All Saints [i Nov.], 3 Hen. IV. [1401]. (Longford.) 

1586. Proceedings of the great court of Longeford held on Vigil 
of St. Barnabas [10 June], 3 Hen. IV. [1402]. Vellum roll, one mem- 
brane. (Longford.) 

1587. Proceedings of the great court of Nicholas de Longeford, 
knt. Lord of Longford, 3 Hen. IV.-13 Hen. IV. [1402-1412]. Vellum 
roll, eight membranes. (Longford.) 

1588. Feoffment from Ralph de Longford, knt., to Thomas, Bishop 
of Durham, Ralph de Shirley, Nicholas de Mountgomery, Richard de 
Radclyf, knts., and Roger Venables, parson of Routhstom, of his 
manors of Longford, Hathirsege, and Ellaston, and all other his 
lands in cos. Derby, Stafford, Notts., and Warwick, with the remainder 
of all the lands which Margery, que fuit uxor Nicholai de Longford, 
mil., holds for her life. Witn. John de Pole, Thomas de Oker, John 
de Bradburn. Dat. T. b. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 7 Hen. VI. 
[1429]. Seal of arms. (Longford.) 

1589. Attorney from the same Ralph to George de Longford and 
Nicholas de Clayton to deliver seisin of the same manors, etc. Dat. 
T. b. F. of St. Barnabas, [11 June], 7 Hen. VI. [1429]. Seal of arms. 
(Longford.) 

1590. Lease, for life, from Ralph de Longeforde, knt., son and heir 
of Nicholas de Longeforde, piil., "quarti," to Thomas del Bouke of a 
messuage and two bovates of land in Bubton and a field called 
Orchardefeld, with common of pasture in Longeford and Bubton. Dat. 
Longeford, F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 8 Hen. VI. [1429]- (Longford.) 

1 59 1. Lease, for twenty years, from Thomas, Bishop of Durham, 
Ralph de Shirley, Nicholas Mountgomery, Richard de Radclyf, knts., 
and Roger Venables, parson of Routhstom, to Ralph de Longford, knt., 



igS Longford. 

of the manor of Longford, with all the lands in Longford, Bubton, 
Malmarton Woddehous, Bentley, Holynton, and Shirley which they 
hold by feoffment of the said Ralph. Dat. Wed. b. Easter [12 Apr.], 
8 Hen. VI. [1430]. (Longford.) 

1592. Grant from Thomas, Bishop of Durham, Ralph Shirley, and 
other trustees, to whom the late Ralph Langeford, knt, enfeoffed the 
manor of Longford, to Thomas Longford, esq., brother of the said 
Ralph, that he may occupy the said manor and receive its revenues, 
to recompense him for the great charges he has been put to " circa 
prosecutionem et defensionem dicti manerii," until Nicholas, son of the 
said Ralph, arrive at full age. Dat. 12 Jan., 11 Hen. VI. [1433]. 
(Longford.) 

1 593- Quitclaim from Thomas Margetson of Shirley to Thomas 
Longford, esq., of all his lands in Longford which lately belonged to 
Matilda Hichecokkes, his aunt. Dat. 12 May, 13 Hen. VI. [1435]. 
(Longford.) 

1594. Lease from Ralph Shyrley to Ralph Holyngton, Prior of 
Callewyche, and Laurence Catton, Vicar of Maffelde [Ma5rfield] of 
all his manors, lands, etc., which he sometime held jointly with Thomas, 
Bishop of Durham, Nicholas Mountgomery, Richard Radclyff, knts., 
and Roger Venables, late parson of Routhstorne, all now deceased, 
in COS. Lane, Derby, Staff., Line, Notts., and Warwick, of the grant 
of Ralph Longford, now deceased. Witn. Thomas Blounte, Thomas 
Greseley, John le Byronne, Laurence Warenn, knts., etc. Dat. 24 Nov., 
17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Longford.) 

1595' Quitclaim from Robert Holynton, Prior of Calwyche, to 
Laurence Caton, clerk, of all their manors, etc., which sometime 
belonged to Ralph Langford', knt. Dat. 10 Sept., 26 Hen. VI. [1447]. 
(Longford.) 

1596. Grant from Nicholas Longford, knt., to John Curson, esq., 
Nicholas Fitzherbert, esquire, John, Prior of Colwich, and William 
Bon)Tigton, esquire, of the manors of Longford and Hedersege. Witn. 
William Vernon, John Gresley, knts., Henry Knyveton, etc. Dat. 
Longford, 14 Jan., 38 Hen. VI. [1460]. (Longford.) 

1597. Conveyance from Henry Radissh, clerk, to Nicholas Longford, 
esq., son and heir of Nicholas Longford, knt, of the manors of 
Longford, Newton Sony, Parkhall, Pynkeston, Normanton, Blakwell, 
Barleburgh, Kynwalmerssh, and Hadersegge, co. Derby, and other 
manors, etc., in cos. Notts., Line, Lane, Staff., and Leic. Witn. 
Henry Vernon, Ralph Shirley, John Curson, Nicholas Fitzherbert, 
esquires. Dat. i June, 10 Edw. IV. [1470]. (Longford.) 

1598. Attorney from the same Henry Radissh to Henry Tykhill 
and others, to deliver seisin of the said manors to the said Nicholas. 
Dat. I June, 10 Edw. IV. [1470]. (Longford.) 

1599. Power of attorney from Nicholas Longford, esq., son and 
heir of Nicholas Longford, knt., to John FitzHerbert and William 
Ryley, to receive seisin from Henry Radissh, clerk, of the same manors, 
etc. Dat. I June, 10 Edw. IV. [1470]. (Longford.) 

1600. Quitclaim from John Curson, esquire, and Nicholas 
Fitzharbert, esquire, to Nicholas Longford, esquire, son and heir of 
Nicholas Longford, knt., of the manors of Longford, Neuton Sulney, 



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and Hethersege, with lands there and elsewhere in co. Derby, which 
he had of the feoffment of the said Nicholas Longford. Dat. 12 June, 
10 Edw. IV. [1470]. (Longford.) 

1 60 1. Attorney from Nicholas Longford, knt., to Thomas Fox 
and others, to deliver to John, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 
Henry Pierpount, knt., John Trafford, knt., William Damport, Robert 
Calverley, and William Ryley, seisin of his manors of Longford, Park- 
hall, Pynkston, Normanton, Blakwell, Barleburgh, Kynwalmerssh, and 
Hadersege, co. Derby. Dat. 6 Apr., 15 Edw. IV. [1475]. (Longford.) 

1602. Rental of Langforth-cum-membris in the time of Henry 
Pierpount and others, feoffees of Nicholas Langforth, knt., including 
Bubdon, Malmarton, Holyngton, Shirley, Roddesley. Dat. 16 Edw. IV. 
[1476-7]. Vellum roll. (Longford.) 

1603. Bond from Ralph Longford, knt., and John Fitzherbert of 
Norbury, esquire, to Margaret Longford, widow,, in 500 marks, to 
abide by the award of Thomas, Earl of Derby, arbitrator to settle 
disputes arising from the will of the late Nicholas Longford, knt., 
brother to the said Ralph. Dat. 20 Nov., 5 Hen. VII. [1489]. 
(Longford.) 

1604. Will of Rafe Longforde, knt, dated 13th Jan., i5io[i]. 
(Longford.) 

1605. Grant from Ralph Longford, knt., to Edmund Trafford, 
Thomas Jarrard, esquires, John Port, son and heir apparent of John 
Port, Thomas Fitzherbert, son , and heir apparent of Anthony Fitz- 
herbert, knt., and others of all his manors, lands, etc., of Longford, 
Normanton, Pynkeston, Halwyngfeld, Morton, Blackewell, Whytewell, 
Pyllesley, Kynnewalmarch, and Hathersege, co. Derb., with other 
manors in cos. Lane, Line, Notts., Salop, Warwick, and in the Marches 
of Wales. Dat. 10 Apr., 26 Hen. VIII. [1535]. (Longford.) 

1606. Lease from William Cooke of Trusseley, gent., to Nicholas 
Longforth of Longforth, yeoman, of a close called Rough Moore in 
the parish of Longforth. Dat. 24 June, 28 Hen. VIII. [1536]. 
(Trusley.) 

1607. Inquisition before Richard Lucas, esq., Escheator, after 
the death of Ralph Langford, knt. [of Longford], which finds that he 
died on 23rd Sept. last past, and that Nicholas Langford, his son and 
heir, is twelve years of age, etc. With signature of the said Richard. 
Dat. Derby, 17 Nov., 35 Hen. VIII. [1543]. (Woll. xi. 36.) 

LONGFORD v. also under Mammerton, Yeaveley. 
LONGSTONE, GREAT and LITTLE. 

(LANGESDUNA, LANGISDON, LONGESDON, LONGISDON, LONGSTON.) 

1608. Copy (fourteenth century) of a grant from Ralph de Monioye 
to Serlo de Monioye his son of a moiety of the vills of Parva Longesdon, 
Mornesale, and Brittrichisfield [Brushfield], to hold to him and his 
heirs in tail. Witn. Dom. William de Menyll, Henry de Kneveton, 
milites, Peter de Roland, Laurence de Acouere, etc. Early thirteenth 
century. (Foljambe.) 



200 Longs tone. 

1609. Grant from Serlo de Muniaie fil. Radulfi de Muniaye to 
Matthew fil. Thome de Bauqwell, of four bovates of land in Parua 
Longisdon and Breitreichfeld. Witn. Walter de Estewet', tunc vice^ 
comes, Robert de Dun, Jordan de Sneterton, Robert de Muniaie, etc. 
Early Henry III. (Add. 19284.) 

16 10. Grant from William fil. Waldeui de Langesduna to Thomas 
fil. Ric. de Pech of four acres of land in Langesdon, with the site 
of a "bercharia" and common pasture. Witn. Serlo de Beilea, Peter 
de Hashopa, William de Litton, William de Derlea, Adam de Stanton, 
etc. Early thirteenth century. (Foljambe.) 

161 1. Grant from Robert Lutrell to Thomas fil. Ric. fil. Will, 
de Pec of land in the fields of Longesdon Parva. Witn. Richard de 
Herthill, Serlo de Beileg, Adam de Hertill, Thomas de Ednesover, etc. 
Early Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

16 12. Attorney from Richard de Edinshouer of Tyssinton to 
Frater John de Baucwelle, Canonicus de la Dale, and Magister William 
de Edinshouer, brother of the grantor, to make a covenant with 
Thomas Foleiambe, Ballivus de Pecco, concerning his rent in Langisdon, 
" prout interlocuti sumus apud Baucwelle, ultimo colloquium simul 
habentibus." Dat. apud Tyssinton, S. a. Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 
i272[3]. (Foljambe.) 

1613. Grant from Richard Foliambe fil. Thom. Foliambe to Hugh 
fil. Joh. de Birchelif of a toft, etc., in Birchelif. Witn. Robert Bofton, 
Peter de Roland, John de Caluouere, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

16 14. Grant from Johanna de Rolande to Alan le Taillour of land 
in Magna Longesdon. Witn. William fil. Ricardi, Robert Huy, Thomas 
fil. Ade, etc. Dat. F. of St. Leonard [6 Nov.], 36 Edw. III. [1362]. 
(WoU. iii. 14.) 

1 6 15. Bailiff's accompt-roll of Longston Major and Minor. 
Fourteenth century. (Lichf. G. 6.) 

1 616. Feoffment from James, Lord Audeley, knt., Edmund 
Trafford, knt., Henry Langley, and Geoffrey Shakersley to Richard 
Shakersley of the manor of Little Longesdon, with lands, etc., in Great 
and Little Longesdon, Momesale, and Brightrichefeld [Brushfield], which 
they lately had of the feoffment of John Shakersley, deceased. Witn. 
William Vernon, knt., John de la Pole, esq., John Cokayn, esq., Walter 
Blount, esq. Dat. 20 June, 31 Hen. VI. [1453]. (Foljambe.) 

1617. Counterpart of lease from John Yotton, Dean, and Chapter 
of Lichfield, to Robert Shacurley of Longsdon, of the tithes of 
Momesale [in Little Longstone], for five years, at a rental of 12s. 
Dat. 7 May, 1493. (Lichf. D. 11.) 

1618. Counterpart of lease from James Denton, LL.D., Dean, 

and the Chapter of Lichfield, to Christopher Jamys of Tyddeswall, of 
the tithes of com and hay in Hardwykwall and Mornsall, for five years. 
Dat. 26 Feb., i522[3]. (Lichf. D. 17.) 

LONGSTONE v. also under ASHFORD, Bakewell, Eyam, 
Litton, Tideswell. 



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LOSCOE. 

(LOSCOWE.) 

1 6 19. Grant in tail by Richard de Grey, Lord of Codenovere, to 
Rauf " le fiz Esteuene sur la Grene de Loscowe," and Juliana his wife, 
of a bovate of land in Loscowe. Witn. Robert de Henovere, Johan 
Benedicite, Adam de Pas, Thomas Columbell, etc. Dat. Codenovere, 
Th. a. F. of St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 5 Edw. I. [1277]. French. 
(Woll. iv. 5.) 

LOSCOE V. also under CoDNOR. 
LULLINGTON v. under Drakelow, Gresley. 

MACKLEY. 

(Macley, Makeley, Makkeley, Makley.) 

1620. Letters of attorney from John Tadyngton de Assheburne, 
chaplain, to John Kette of Foston, to deliver seisin of lands and 
tenements in Makley and Boilleston to Richard Vernon, knt., William 
Vernon, esq., and Nicholas Baker, Rector of the Church of Boilleston. 
Dat. Th. a. Easter, 17 Hen. VI. [r438]. (Add. 4875.) 

1 62 1. Grant from Robert Wasse de Macley Wodhouses to Richard 
Vernoun, knight, and others, of all his lands and tenements in 
CO. Derby. Witn. John Hilton of Foston, etc. Dat. F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Add. 4876.) 

MACKLEY V. also under BoYLESTON, RoDSLEY, Sudbury. 

MACKWORTH. 

(Macworthe, Makworthe.) 

1623. Grant from Roger fil. Henrici to Hugh fil. Willelmi Juvenis 
of half an acre of assart in Bikirwode [in Mackworth], near the assart 
of Walch[elin] fil. Petri. Witn. Hugh de Mora, Robert fil. Hugonis, 
Philip de Macwrh, William Ctisin, Herbert Suan, Gilbert clericus, Peter 
Deleis, Hugh Lupus, Henry Juvenis, Simon de Mora. Early Hen. III. 
(Woll. vi. 66.) 

1623. Sale by Hugh fil. Simonis de la More of Macworth to Robert 
fil. Willelmi le Vavasur of Scippeleg', of land in Macworthe lying on 
Hertyshevid. Witn. Dom. Thomas Anselin, Simon Chuschet, rector of 
the church of Macworth, John, " Scriptor," de Derby, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (P. R. O. c. 3757.) 

1624. Grant from Henry VIII. to Ralph Cell of Hopton, gent., 
of all the tithes "granorum et garb arum" in the parishes of 
Makworthe and Marton late belonging to the Monastery of Derlay 
[Darley], now dissolve,d. Dat. 2 March, anno 31 [1540]- (Pole-Gell.) 

1625. Grant from Robert Thorley of Leighes, co. Essex, and late 
of Cranebrook, co. Kent, to William Thorley al. Draper of Mackworth, 
of all the lands now or lately in the occupation of Thomas Shepard, 
in Mackworth, late belonging to the Monastery of Kingsmeade, 



202 Mackworth. 

CO. Derby, now dissolved ; which lands the said Robert had by feoffment 
of Walter Hendle, Clement Smyth, and John Mason, knts., to hold 
the same from the King " as of his manor of Charyng," co. Kent. Dat. 
20 Jan., 2 Edw. VI. [1549]. Witn. to livery of seisin, Robert Thacker, 
vicar of Mackworth. (Mundy.) 

MACKWORTH v. also under Markeaton. 

MAKENEY. 

(Mackeney, Makkeney, Makney.) 

1626. Conveyance from Robert de Mackeney to William de 
Mackeney of a meadow in Mackeney called " Buricroft," to hold for 
five crops from Midsummer, 37 Hen. III. [1253]. Witn. John de 
Sottewell, etc. (P. R. O., c. 1949-) 

1627. Grant from Robert Rawlyn of Makkeney to William de 
Makkeneya, lord of Makkeney, and Alice his wife, of a messuage and 
land in Makkeneye, the land lying in tillages called " la Surlond," 
Costowe, " la Stonylonde," " Estforlong," " Mofforlong," and in a tillage 
at "la Putlonde," an acre called " Wlf acre " in "la Westfeld," half 
an acre in " la Stonylonde," and land in Wetforlong, " la Ryforlong," 
Gorforlong, "la Westforlong," in "la Bottes," in "la Wetelonde," in 
Northforlang, and in a place called " Le Hasse." Dat. Fr. a. Tr. 
of St. Thomas [7 July], 33 Edw. I. [1305]. (P. R. O. C. 2479.) 

1628. Demise by Dame Helen of Mackeneye to John Cokelstote 
and Joan his wife of two cottages, with lands, meadows, etc., in 
Makney, for her life. Dat. Mor. of Michaelmas [30 Sept.], 45 Edw. III. 
[1371]. (P. R. O. c. 91.) 

MAMMERTON. 

(Malmarton, Malmerton, Maluerton.) 

1629. Grant from Nigel, Dominus de Longeford, to Roger de 
Mercinton and Eleanor his wife, of the whole vill of Malmerton 
[Mammerton, in Longford], for their lives ; all their men " tam liberi 
quam villani, locaticii seu conducticii " to be quit of suits of court 
and mills imless they wish to grind at his mill " et tunc molent 
propinquiores illi cuius bladum invenerint super molendinum infra molas 
ad molendinum," giving the twenty-fourth grain for " moltura " ; to be 
quit also of pannage, etc. Witn. Dom. Peter de Bakepuys, Henry de 
Braylusford, James de Scyrleye, knt., Roger Durdent, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Longford.) 

1630. Grant from Thomas fil. Ric. de Alkemunton to Richard de 
Pountfreyt of a culture of land called " le Flyteneflat," lying between 
Malmarton and Alkemunton field. Witn. Dom. Giles de Meynell, John 
de Bakepuz, knts., John Selueyn, Richard Durdent, etc. Dat. 
Malmarton, Tu. a. Trinity [4 June], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. (Longford.) 

1 63 1. Lease from William le FitzRichart of Pountfreit to Nicholas 
de Longeforde of his tenements at Malmarton in the fee of Longford 
(except the hall and chamber adjoining thereto), for his life. Dat. 
M. b. Michaelmas [29 Sept.], 19 Edw. III. [1345]. (Longford.) 

MAMMERTON v. also under LONGFORD. 



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MAPPERLEY. 

(Maperlay, Maperleg', Maperleigh, Maperley, Mapirleye.) 

1632. Quitclaim and resignation by Ysabela relicta quondam 
Robert! de Lameleg' in Maperleg', into the hands of Simon, Abbas 
ecclesie de Stanleg' [Dale Abbey], of all the land with messuage which 
Robert de Lameleg', her late husband, held [in Mapperley] for his life 
" et non amplius." Witn. Hugh de Morley, Hugh de Gumey, Richard 
Rachel in Stanleg', Everard de eadem, GeoflFrey de Herdilby. Temp. 
Hen. ni.-Edw. I. (Add. 47499.) 

1633. Release from Richard fil. Ivonis de Maperley to Geoffrey 
de Herdeby and Isabella his wife of lands and houses which belonged 
to his father Ivo in Maperley. Witn. Nicholas de Henore, Thomas del 
Heued, William fil. Avicie de Maperley, Hugh de Lameley, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III.-Edw. I. (Woll. viii. 63.) 

1634. Grant from Isabella, quondam uxor Galfridi de Herdeby 
to William her son of her lands in the vill and territory of Mapirleye. 
Witn. Dom. Roger de Morteyn, tunc Dominus de Maperlay, Dom. 
William de Ros, Dominus de Ilkesdone, Dom. William tunc rector 
ecclesie de Ilkesdone, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. viii. 65.) 

1635. Grant from Roger de Billesdon of Herdby, " de comitatu 
Leycestrie," to William fil. Galfridi de Herdby, " de comitatu Derbeye," 
and Isabella his wife, of all his messuages, lands, etc., in the 
vill and fields of Maperley, with remainder to Johanna their 
daughter. Witn. Robert de Sallowe, Hugh Burdet of Kirkehalum, 
Walter Othehede of Maperley, Henry Othehed, etc. Dat. Th. a. F. 
of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 1331. (Woll. viii. 64.) 

MAPPLETON. 

(Mapelton, Mapilton, Mapulton.) 

1636. Grant from Hilbertus de Colleg' to Roger de Wednesley 
of his mill-pool between the rocks [inter rupes] of Calwelawe [Callow]; 
in return for which the said Roger grants to the said Hilbertus permis- 
sion to grind his own com at his mill of Wednesle' [Wensley, in 
Darley Dale], with free grinding rights from Christmas to Easter, and 
his own malt. Witn. Robert de Acavere, Robert de Thorp, Henry de 
Alsop, Henry de Mapelton, William de Derbe, William de Leya, etc. 
Early thirteenth century. (Kerry xix. 13.) 

1637. Grant from Henry fil. Rogeri de Mapilton to Geoffrey his 
son of two plots of land with buildings thereon in Mapilton and two 
acres and a half and fourteen selions of land in the same vill. Witn. 
Roger de Wednesleye, dominus de Mapilton, John frater eius, Robert 
Allot, Nicholas Wyther de Thorp, Richard de Huncindon. Dat. at 
Mapilton, Th. a. F. of St. Chad [2 Mar.], 16 Edw. II. [1313]. 
(Okeover.) 

1638. Quitclaim from Henry fil. Rog. de Mapelton to Geoffrey 
his son of eleven selions of land in Mapelton which the same Geoffrey 
held by lease from Petronilla que quondam fuit uxor predicti Rogeri 
de Mapelton quondam patris mei, and which the said Petronilla had 
in dower. Witn. Roger de Wednisleye, Robert fil. Hugonis de 
Mapelton, John de Wednisleye, Richard Scaiward. Dat. M. b. F. of 
St. Mark [25 Apr.], 1320. (Okeover.) 



204 Mappleton. 

1639. Grant from Geoffrey fil. Henrici fil. Rogeri de Mapelton to 
Rikewere his sister of his messuage, with buildings thereon, in 
Mapelton. Witn. Roger de Wednisleye, Dominus de Mapelton, Henry 
fil. Rogeri de eadem, Richard Meverel, etc. Dat. Fr. b. F. of 
St. Margaret [20 July], 1322. (Okeover.) 

1640. Lease, for life, from Roger de Wednesleye, dominus de 
Mapilton, to John de Stanclif, of the watercourse of Bradebumebrok 
belonging to the said Roger's demesne of Mapilton, with a proviso that 
if the said John die within twenty years, his heirs may hold the same 
to the end of that term of twenty years ; to hold by a yearly rent of 
a grain of pepper for twenty years, but if the said John live longer 
that he shall pay a yearly rent of 65. %d. Witn. Thomas de 
Mathelfeld of Asshebum, John fil. Roberti de Mapilton, John de 
Wednesleye, Richard Broun. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Denis [9 Oct.], 
4 Edw. III. [1330]. (Okeover.) 

1 64 1. Grant from Roger de Acouere, miles., to Richard Pecard 
of Mapulton and Rekewere his wife, of all the lands which he holds 
in the fee of Mapulton; to hold for their lives at a rent of a grain 
of pepper at Christmas. Witn. Roger de Wedenesley, dominus de 
Mapulton, John frater ejus, John Allot, Roger fil. Rogeri de Mapulton, 
William Blak. Dat. at. Mapulton, F. of St. James [25 July], 9 Edw. III. 
[1335]- (Okeover.) 

1643. Quitclaim from John fil. Gilberti de Wednesleye to Margery 
de Alspade of all the lands, tenements, meadows, etc., in the vill and 
fee of Mapulton; to hold for her life with remainder, on her death, 
to Christiana que fuit uxor domini Rogeri de Acouere, militis. Witn. 
Roger de Wednesleye, dominus de Mapulton, John frater ejus, John 
Alyot. Dat. at Mapulton, Ascension Day [17 May], 15 Edw. III. 
[1341]. (Okeover.) 

1643. Grant from Hugh de Wednesleye de Mapilton to Margery 
de Alspade, for her life, of all the lands and tenements in the vill and 
fee of Mapilton, with remainder, on her death, to Christiana que fuit 
uxor dom. Rogeri de Acouere, militis. Witn. Roger de Wednesleye, 
dominus de Mapilton, John frater ejus, John Alyot, Richard Pykard, 
William de Clifton. Dat. at Mapilton, S. a. Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 
14 Edw. III. [1341]. (Okeover.) 

1644. Grant from Thomas de Mapelton, manens in feodo de 
Bradeleye, to Adam Beleby de Asseburne, of all his arable land in 
the fee of Mapelton, except Heywode, with remainder on the said 
Adam's death, if it occurs within twenty years, to the said Adam's 
heirs. Witn. John Cokeyn, Thomas Adam, Henry de Auener. Dat. 
Tu. a. F. of St. Thomas M. [29 Dec], 27 Edw. III. [1353]. (Okeover.) 

1645. Power of attorney from Philip de Okore, knt, for livery 
of seisin to Thomas de Marchinton, knt., John Crecy, rector of Longford, 
John Wade, rector of Legh, and Thomas de Schene, of certain lands, 
etc., in Caldelowe [Callow, in Mappleton], Attlowe, Snelleston, 
Mapulton, and Parwych, co. Derb., and in the vill of Okore, co. Staff., 
with all his goods and chattels in the same. Dat. Ashbourne, Vig. 
of Pur. of B. V. M. [i Feb.], 5 Ric. II. [1382]. (Okeover.) 

1646. Grant from Thomas Okover of Okover, esquire, to John 
Okover his son, of all his lands, etc., within the fee of Mapulton, 
Assheburn, and Snelston, which John Okover his brother held for term 



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of his life; together with a pasture called Heywodfeld, in the fee of 
Mapulton. Witn. John Waren, Richard Welbek, Richard Wirley, 
Thomas Laurenson, Henry Broun. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Oswald, 
K. and M. [5 Aug.], 9 Hen. VI. [1429]. Seal of arms. (Okeover.) 

1647. Grant from Richard Irton "hi. et her. Ric. Irton to Thomas 
Berseford of Newton Graunge, co. Derb., of all his tenements, etc., 
in the town and fields of Mapulton-by-Assheboume. Witn. John 
Cursun, esquire, Henry Bradbume, esq., John de Berseford, John Toples 
of Tyssyngton, etc. Dat. Mapulton, M. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 
23 Hen. VI. [1445]. (Drury.) 

1648. Grant from Thomas Okouer, esquire, to Richard Boys and 
Cecily his wife of a pasture called Hewodfeld in the fee of Mapulton 
extending from the waste of Mapulton to the meadow of Asshebum. 
Witn. William Hum of Asshebume, Thomas Robert, Peter Lymster, 
Richard Wilson, Richard Madeley. Dat. Mapulton, 20 Sept., 
35 Hen. VI. [1456]. (Okeover.) 

1649. Letters of attorney from Thomas Okouer to Thomas 
Persaye to deliver seisin to Richard Boys and Cecily his wife, of a 
pasture called Hewodfeld in the fee of Mapulton. Dat. apud Mapulton, 
20 Sept., 35 Hen. VI. [1456]. (Okeover.) 

1650. Letters of attorney from Thomas Okouer to Thomas 
Parfaye to deliver seisin to Richard Boys and Cecily his wife of all 
his lands in the fee of Mapulton. Dat. 22 Sept., 35 Hen. VI. [1456]. 
Seal of arms. (Okeover.) 

MAPPLETON V. also under ASHBOURNE, Atlow, 
SNELSTON. 

MARKEATON. 

(Marketon, Marton.) 

1 65 1. Lease, for her life, from Thomas de Derbe of Marketon to 
Margaret his daughter of a place and house standing upon it in 
Marketon. Witn. . William Knox, Robert Bercarius Hugonis de 
Longele, Richard le Palmer. Temp. Edw. I. (Mundy.) 

1653. Grant from William Knug of Marketon to John fil. Henrici 
del Peek de Derby and Joan his wife of a messuage, etc., lying between 
the messuage of Margaret de Derby and John fil. Roberti de Hynton, 
and a piece of land called Le Holm, lying between Swetbrok and 
Ryecroft in Marketon. Witn. Henry de Flamsted, John Phelipot, Walter 
le Palmer, etc. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Denis [9 Oct.], 26 Edw. III. 
[1352]. (Mundy.) 

1653. Quitclaim from Robert Cook, chaplain, John Shepherde of 
Marketon, and Henry Philyppot of the same, and John Cnogg, to Joan 
del Peek quondam uxor Johannis de Marketon of all the lands which 
they had by feoffment of the said Joan within the vill and territory 
of Marketun. Dat. M. a. Easter [8 Apr.], 21 Ric. II. [1398]- 
(Mundy.) 

1654. Power of attorney from John Brewode, parson of the church 
of Rodeburne, to Thomas Brewode of Rodeburne, to give seisin of lands 
in Mackeworthe and Marton [Markeaton], which the said John had 



2o6 Markeaton. 

jointly with Richard Befayse of Trusselay by feoffment of Henry 
Felepot and Matilda his wife, William de Brewod, Richard Fuche, and 
Margery his wife. Dat. apud Rodebume, M. a. F. of St. Nicholas 
[6 Dec], lo Hen. IV. [1408]. (Mundy.) 

^' 

1655. Grant from William Fucher of Marton to Thomas Moniassh, 

clerk, Richard Sutton, and John Stevenson, of all lands, etc., in the 
vill and fields of Marton and Macworthe. Witn. John Agard of 
Marton, William Sondy, Henry Lambard. Dat. Sat. a. Pur. of 
B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 11 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Mundy.) 

1656. Power of attorney from^ William Fucher of Marton to John 
Tomas and John Fucher to give seisin of the above lands to Thomas 
Moniassh, clerk, Richard Sutton, and John Stevenson. Dat. Sat. a. 
Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 11 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Mundy.) 

1657. Exemplification of a recovery by John Mondy, Robert 
Brudenell, Justice of Common Pleas, Andrew Wyndesore, knt., and 
others, against William Goche, of the manors of Marketon, Makworth, 
and Alestre, with eight messuages, a water-mill, etc., in the same places 
and in Derby, and the advowson of the church of Makworth. Dat. 
23 Nov., 8 Hen. VIII. [1516]. (Mundy.) 

1658. Will of Dame Julian Mundy, widow, late wife of Sir John 
Mundy, knight and Alderman of London. Dat. 20 Sept., 1537. 
Probate is attached, dated 26th September, 1537. (Mundy.) 

1659. Court-book of "Merketon cum aliis villatis " \_sc. Makworth 
and Alestre], of Thomas Audeley, knt., chancellor, and other feoffees 
of John Mondy and Juliana his wife, 21 Dec, 27 Hen. VIII. [1535] — 
10 Aug., 30 Hen. VIII. [1538]; and subsequently of Vincent Mundy, 
esq., 9 Oct., 30 Hen. VIII. — Michaelmas, 33 Hen. VIII. [1541]- 
(Mundy.) 

1660. Extract of view of frank pledge with great court of Vincent 
Mundy, esquire, held 28 Oct., 37 Hen. VIII. [1545], for the manor 
of Marketon-cum-membris, giving list of persons at Marketon, Mack- 
worth, and Alestre fined for non-appearance at courts, breaking the 
assize of bread and beer, etc. (Mundy.) 

MARKEATON v. also under Mackworth. 
MARSTON MONTGOMERY v. under Cublev, Sudbury. 

MARSTON-UPON-DOVE. 

(Merston.) 

1 66 1. Grant, in tail, from Robert de Ferr[ariis], fil. et her. Dom. 
Willelmi de Ferr[ariis] quondam Comitis Derb', to Henry fil. Henrici 
Ouwein of ten acres of land in Holmhay-in-Merston, which Ralph le 
Gater sometime held; to hold by suit at his two great courts of 
Mercinton and a rent of five shillings. Witn. William de Ferr[ariis], 
" frater mens," Dom. Richard de Herthull, Dom. Gerard de Sutton, 
Dom. John de Suleny, Andrew de Jarcunuill, etc. [1254-1278.] 
(Woll. ix. 67.) 

1662. Valuation of two parts of the Manor of Marston [-on-Dove], 
declared after inquisition. Temp. Edw. I. (Lichf. R. R. 7.) 



Matlock. 207 

MATLOCK. 

(Mathlac, Matlok, Matloke, Matlokke, Mattelocke, 
Mattlok, Mattloke.) 

1663. Confirmation by Henry III. to Stephen de Sedgrave of 
the grant made to him by William de Ferrariis, Earl of Derby, in 
Mathlac [Matlock]. Dat. 2 Nov. anno 18 [1233]. (Berkeley 231.) 

1664. Letters patent declaring that Matlock, Underwood, and 
Bradley shall be deemed members of the manors of Ashbome and 
Wirksworth, and the wapentake of Wirksworth, notwithstanding the non- 
specification thereof in the charter of the King, granting to Edmund, 
Earl of Lancaster, the said manor and hundred in exchange for the 
castles and counties of Cardigan and Carmarthen; saving to the said 
Earl all other the members and appurtenances of the premises, although 
not specified either in the aforesaid charter or in the present letters 
patent. Dat. Westminster, 10 June, 1280. (D. of L.) 

1665. Grant, in tail, from William de Matlok, clerk, to Robert fil. 
Walteri de Sewardsithe, and Emma his wife, in free marriage, of the 
moiety of his chief messuage and lands in Matloke. Witn. Ranulph 
de Sniterton, John de Sutton, Rob. de Mackeworth, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Leonard [Nov. 6], 19 Edw. IIL [1325]. (Woll. i. 8.) 

1666. Grant from Richard fil. Gilberti de Wednisleye of Matlok 
to William his son, of 8j. yearly rent from lands, etc., which Robert 
le Whilwright, Emma his wife, and Thomas fil. Sim. de Hethcote held 
from him in Matlok. Witn. Thomas le Myners, John de Sutton, Henry 
Bygge, etc. Dat. Matloke, Easter Day [12 Apr.], 23 Edw. III. [1349]- 
(Woll. i. 6.) 

1667. Release from Roger de Wednesleye to William fil. Ricardi 
fil. Gilberti de Matlok of lands which were John Alkok's in Matlok. 
Witn. Henry Bygge, Nicholas Tybbesone, Henry le Wodewarde, etc. 
Dat. S. a. Michaelmas Day [29 Sept.], 23 Edw. III. [1349]- (Woll. 
i- 7-) 

1668. Licence to the Bishop of Lincoln, Richard, Earl of Arundel, 
Robert de la Mare, and others, to grant to John, Earl of Lancaster 
and Richmond, and Blanche his wife, the castle and park of Boling- 
brook, the knight's fees and advowsons of churches, abbeys, and other 
rehgious houses pertaining to the castle and soke (with the exception 
of the manor, town, and soke of Bolingbrook, and the manors of Sutton, 
Thoresby, Waith, and Ingoldmells) ; the castle, town, manor, and honor 
of Tutbury, the towns of Scropton, Marchington, Challengewood, 
Uttoxeter, Agardsley, and Newburgh, the hundred of Higham Ferrers, 
the manors of Higham Ferrers, Rushden, and Raunds, and the towns 
of Matlock, Brassington, and Hartington, to hold to them and the 
heirs of their bodies for ever, with remainder to the right heirs of 
Henry, Duke of Lancaster. Dat. Westminster, 18 Nov., 1361. 
(D. of L.) 

1669. Release from John Heyle of Bontsale and Matilda his wife 
to John Hemmynge of Brampton and Matilda his wife of all their 
lands, etc., in the town and fields of Matlok. Witn. Henry Mapulton, 
vicar of Bontsale, Henry Matlok, John Flynt, etc. Dat. M. a. Nat. 
of St. John B. [24 June], 7 Hen. V. [1419]- (Foljambe.) 



2o8 Matlock. 

1670. Release from Ralph Leche, John Saucheverelle, John 
Rollesley, esquires, and John Yve of Chaddesdene, chaplain, to Henry 
Matloke, of lands in Matlock and Hathersagge, co. Derby. Witn. 
John Cursoun, esq., Henry de la Role, esq., John Rollesley, jun., etc. 
Dat. Snytertone, 20 June, 30 Hen. VI. [1452]. (Woll. i. 9.) 

1 67 1. Extract from view of frank-pledge of the manor of 
Matlok, held at Wirk[sworth], on W. b. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 
13 Edw. IV. [1473], of the receipt by Richard Held, brother of Thrust' 
[Thurstan] Held, and heir to Edward Held, son of the said Thurstan, 
of a cottage and fourteen acres of land within the manor. (Woll. iii. 16.) 

1672. Similar extract of a court of the same manor held at 
Wirkysworth, Tu. b. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 2 Hen. VII. [1487], 
by Sir John Savage, steward, wherein Ralph Saucheverell, esq., sur- 
renders a cottage and lands in Matloke to the use of Sir William 
Bowne. (Woll. iii. 17.) 

1673. Bond by William Tagge of Matlocke, John Alsop of 
Hoknaston and Ralph Gell of Carsyngton, yeomen, to Richard Wigley 
of Mydelton, in £,^0, to observe covenants. Dat. 15 Dec, 25 Hen. VIII. 
[1533]- (Woll. xi. 71.) 

1674. Power of attorney from John Hemmyngwey to Issabella 
Otys, widow, kinswoman and heir of Henry Mattloke, to Ralph Gell 
and Antony Cley of Mattloke, to deliver seisin to William Tagge of 
lands in Mattloke. Dat. 20 June, 26 Hen. VIII. [1534]- (Woll. xi. 69.) 

1675. Exemplification of a recovery in the Common Pleas by 
Ralph Gell and William Glosop, against Richard Wygley, of a messuage 
and land in Matlok. Dat. Westm., 11 July, 28 Hen. VIII. [1536]. 
(Woll. xi. 72.) 

1676. Sale, for 20 marks, by Wylliam Tagg of Mattloke, gent, 
to John Wyggeley of Meddletone, yeoman, of lands in Mattlok. Dat. 
3 Sept., 32 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Woll. xi. 70.) 

1677. Sale by William Tagg of Mattlok, co. Derby, to John 
Wyggely of Middleyton, of lands in Mattlok. Witn. Ralph Gell of 
Karsyngton, John Allsope of Hoknaston, William Wygely of Workes- 
worth, etc. Dat. 20 Dec, 32 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Woll. xi. 68.) 

1678. Extract from a View of Frank-pledge of the same manor 
held at Wyrkisworth, 8 Oct., 35 Hen. VIII. [1543], Thurstan Wodcok 
being Steward, wherein William Bowne receives a cottage and lands in 
Matlock on the death of Henry Bowne, his father. (Woll. iii. i8.) 

1679. Note of an attestation made by Robert Fogge of the 
Bouhwod, in Matlock, yeoman, aged 86, before Jemys Launne of 
Cromfort, Rycard Abell of the same, and William Fogge, of the pay- 
ment of the chief rent of the Brouniswodes to Thomas PoUe, etc., 
Lords of Whakebrig, " in rest and pesse wythe oute troubell " during 
66 years. Dat. 9 Apr., 35 Hen. VIII. [1544]. (Woll. xi. 8.) 

1680. Exemplification in the Court of Common Pleas of the 
decision of William Shelley, knt., and Henry Bradshawe, Attorney- 
General, at an Assize held at Derby, Hilary Term, 37 Hen. VIII. 
[1546], in a suit between German Pole, gent., Anthony Els, and Henry 



Melbourne. 209 

Buntyng, on the one part, and Thomas Alsop, on the other part, whereby 
the said Thomas recovered damages against them for the illegal seizure 
of his cattle at Matlokke. Dat. Westm., 26 Jan., 38 Hen. VIII. [1547]. 
(Well. xi. 32.) 

MATLOCK V. also under ASHBOURNE, CHESTERFIELD, 
LiTCHURCH, SnITTERTON, WAKEBRIDGE. 

MEASHAM. 

(Meisham, Meysam.) 

1 68 1. Report by W[illiam] de Muscamp, Archdeacon of Derby, to 
W[illiam de Cornhill], Bishop of Coventry, of an inquiry held at Derby 
by him, assisted by Mag. R[obert] de Bosco [Archdeacon of Coventry], 
and Mag. Zacharias de Chebese [Chebsey, co. Staff.], regarding the 
chapel of Meysam, viz., that it is found to belong to the mother-church 
of Repedon al. Rependon, and to have been leased for life by 
Nicholas], Prior of Rependon, at the request of " M. Comitissa " 
[Matilda, widow of Ranulf de Gemon, Earl of Chester, who founded 
Repton Priory in 11 72, and died in 1189, v. Stowe 153], to Richard, 
capellanus, who had held it before the institution of Rependon 
Priory, " de personis de Rependon," and that corpses were formerly 
brought from Measham to Repton for interment. [12 15-12 23.] 
(Stowe 132.) 

1682. Grant in duplicate from John de Meysham fil. Willelmi de 
Meysham to Richard fil. Rogeri de Nailiston of three half acres of 
land in the field of Meisham, lying on Redhul, Chul towards Fulsiche, 
Watermedwe, and elsewhere. Witn. Rob. de Crumbwelle de Meysham, 
William de Swepston, clericus, John de Nayliston, etc. Dat. Meisham, 
Morr. of F. of Nat. of St. John B. [25 June], i Edw. II. [1308]. 
(Gresley 170, 171.) 

1683. Quitclaim from William fil. Johannis de Meisham to Richard 
fil. Rogeri de Naileston, of arable land in Meisham, on Chul towards 
Fulsiche, between the land of the Prior of Repton, and the land of 
Roger Henri de Appulby. Witn. William de Meisham, Thomas fil. 
Rogeri de Swarkeston, Nicholas Stake de eadem, etc. Circ. 1308. 
(Gresley 172.) 

MEASHAM V. also under Newton Solney. 

MELBOURNE. 

(Melburn, Melburne.) 

1684. Grant to William le Estunir of Melburn of the land which 
belonged to William Fitz-Welneth in the manor of Melburn, by rendering 
3^. yearly to the King's use by the hands of his bailiff of Melburn. 
Dat. Westminster, i Sept., 1256. (D. of L.) 

1685. Twenty-four court-rolls of the manor of Melbourne, 
including Osmaston, Normanton, Cehllaston, Swarkeston, King's Newton, 
and Elton. 15 Edw. III.— end of Hen. VIII. [1341-1547]. (D. of L.) 

1686. Grant to Henry, Earl of Lancaster, of a market and fair 
at his manor of Melburn, in the county of Derby, the market on 
Wednesday, and the fair on Michaelmas Day and the two following 
days. Dat. York, 3 March, 1328. (D. of L.) 

14 



2IO Melbourne. 

1687. Lease granted to Matilda of Lancaster, Countess of Ulster, 
by Henry, Earl of Lancaster, Derby, and Leicester, Seneschal of 
England, of the castle and manor of Melburne, to hold at a rose rent. 
Dat. 18 Mar., 21 Edw. III. [1347]. French. (Harl. 43 c. 47.) 

MELBOURNE v. also under Calk, King's Newton. 

MERCASTON. 

(mircaston, murcaston, murchamston, murkaliston, 
Myrcaston, Myrkaston.) 

1688. Grant, for six marks, from Amabilia de Murchamstona, 
quondam uxor Robert! de Seldeford, to Robert fil. Rogeri fil. Ordryz 
de Murchamston, of three bovates of lands in the vill of Murchamston; 
rent, 65. Stf . ; with clauses relating to the grinding of the corn grown 
on the lands. Witn. Magister Johannes, rector ecclesie de Mogintona, 
William le Burgillun de Weston, Thomas Buzun de Kettliston, Robert 
fil. Nicholai quondam rectoris medietatis ecclesie de Mogintona, William 
fil. Emme de Murchamstona, etc. Dat. W. b. Ann. of B. V. M. 
[25 Mar.], 1256. (Woll. vi. 47.) 

1689. Grant from William fil. Herberti de Northbyre to Stephen 
de Irtone of two shillings annual rent in Murkaliston, to be received 
from Dom. Anabilia quondam uxor Roberti de Shelford, for land some- 
time held by Thomas de Ednisouera ; rent, an apple " in f esto beati 
Barlacii." Witn. Dom. William de Mungomery, William, his son, 
James de Shirley, Matthew de Kniveton, Engelard de Cursun, etc. 
Temf. Edw. I. (Woll. vi. 39.) 

1690. Lease' from Dom. John Gifford of Chilinton, miles, to 
Robert Sadeworthe of Murcaston of a messuage and lands which he 
held " per legem Anglie " in Murcaston by Moginton. Witn. Thomas 
de la Hide, John de Somerforde, Robert de Ouerton, Henry de Hum. 
Dat. at Chilinton, co. Staff., W. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
12 Edw. IIL [1338]. (Every.) 

1 69 1. Grant from Ralph de Seynpere of Murcaston to Thomas 
Scortred and Margery, his wife, of lands in Murcaston. Witn. Henry 
de Schelford of Murcastone, John le Wodeuard of the same, Thomas 
son of John, of the same. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Oswald, K. and M. 
[5 Aug.], 45 Edw. IIL [1371]. (Woll. vi. 40.) 

1692. Grant from William Beke, vicar of Sallowe, John Fitz- 
Herbert, and Richard Spicer, to Johanna, widow of Nicholas de 
Knyveton, of the manor of Murcaston, with appurtenances in Murcaston 
and Mogynton, with reversion to Thomas, son of Nicholas de Knyveton, 
parson of Northbury [Norbuiy], and Robert de Knyveton, vicar of 
Dubbrugg' [Doveridge], and to others, and finally to the right heirs 
of Nicholas de Knyveton, father of the said Thomas. Witn. Nich. 
de Mountgomery, Walter Blount, John Bassett, John Cokayn, John de 
la Pole, knts., etc. Dat. Murcaston, F. of SS. Peter and Paul [29 June], 
1391. (Woll. vi. 41.) 

1693. Grant from John Cokayn, knt., John de Knyveton of 
Bradley, Roger de Bradburne, and Richard Cokayn, to William de 
Hyde, chaplain of the church of St. Oswald at Asscheburn, of an 
annual rent of 1005. from the manor of Mircaston, in which they had 
been enfeoffed by Nicholas de Knyveton of Underwood, esq., to found 



Mickleover. 2 1 r 

a chantry there, and for prayers for the souls of Johanna, widow of 
the said Nicholas, Henry de Knyveton, Robert de Knyveton, Nicholas 
de Knyveton, William de Knyveton, and Margery his wife, and Thomas 
de Knyveton, also for John, Duke of Aquitaine and Lancaster, from 
whom the manor was held, and John de Schepye, Dean of Lincoln. 
Witn. Nicholas de Mountgomery, Walter Blount, Philip de Okore, 
Nicholas de Longeford, knts., etc. Dat. Asschburne, S. Nat. of 
B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 1392. At the foot are confirmations of the grant 
by the said John [de Schepeye], Dean of Lincoln, and John [Burghill], 
Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, dated, respectively, Lincoln, 
18 Mar., 1392, and Eccleshall, 10 July, 1404. (Woll. xi. 31.) 

1694. Grant from Robert Twyford of Longley to John Bradbume 
del Hogh of the moiety of a messuage which he. had by feoffment 
from Henry Ascehurst, parson of a moiety of the church of Mogynton, 
lately deceased, and of John Aschehurst, with all meadows, etc., and 
eighteen acres of land in Myrcaston [MercEiston], with the office of 
Forester in le Warde de Holande [Hulland]. Witn. Thomas Knyveton, 
Thomas Bradfeld, Thomas Kent, etc. Dat. M.. a. Ann. of B. V. M. 
[25 Mar.], 2 Hen. VI. [1424]. (Bemrose.) 

1695. Quitclaim from William Mere, son and heir of John Mere, 
brother of Thomas Mere, to John Bradbume, esq., of all his lands in 
Myrkaston, and of the " forestaria " of Holandward in Duffeldefryth, 
all of which the said John had jointly with the said Thomas by 
feoffment from Richard Grendon. Dat. Whit Monday [18 May], 
12 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Bemrose.) 

MICKLEOVER. 

(Magna Oura, Magna Overa, Magna Owra, Magna Uure.) 

1696. Award of the Priors of Wirksoph [Worksop, co. Notts.], 
Pontefract [co. York], and Blith [Blyth, co. Notts.], acting under 
authority from Pope Honorius [HI.], by which the vicarage of Magna 
Owra is assigned to the Abbot and Convent of Burton[-on-Trent], on 

payment of seven marks to Mag. R de Burton, Vicar of Magna 

Owera. Witn. R[obert], Prior of Lenton [co. Notts.], H , Dean 

of Ratford [Radford, co. Notts.], Mag. Godfrey de Rupill, Thomas, 
" capellanus " of Blyth, etc. Dat. 1226. (Stowe 58.) 

1697. Fine from Richard [de Insula], Abbot of Burton[-on-Trent], 
to Roger le Breton, and his men of Rughedich, of rights of common 
pasture for their cattle, etc. (excepting their goats and pigs during the 
acorn season), in the manor of Magna Uure and in Parva Uure, and 
of land in Basingerys; in return for the right of clearing sixty acres 
of land in Syortegrave [near Mickleover], subject to certain rights of 
free entry and pasture. Made at Nottingham before Hugh [de Wells], 
Bishop of Lincoln, Stephen de Segrave, Robert de Lexinton, William 
Fitz-Warin, and William Basset, justices in Eyre, the Morrow of 
Michaelmas, 10 Hen. III. [30 Sept., 1226]. (Stowe 59.) 

1698. Notification from Nicholas fil. Walkelin de Henover of a 
lease to him by Richard de Insula, Abbot, and the Convent of 
Burton[-on-Trent], of land in Magna Oura, called Crosforlong, with 
rights of herbage in the wood called Merwineswode and of common 



212 Mickleover. 

pasture in Magna Oura. Witn. Rob. fil. Walkelin and Henry, his 

brother, Rob. da Tok, Rob. de Bella Fide [Beaufoy], Symon da 

Sancto Mauro, Nicholas de Breideshale, constable of Thuttesbiri 
[Tutbury], etc. [1223-1229.] (Stowe 61.) 

1699. Grant from Thomas de Maddelega to Laurence de 
St. Edwardo, Abbot, and the Convent of Burton[-on-Trent], of lands 
in Magna Overa which he had recovered from them at Nottingham 
before the Justices in Eyre by writ of mart d' ancestor in 16 Hen. III. 
[1231-32]; and quitclaim of other lands in the same place, which he 
had claimed at the same time. Witn. Dom. Ranulph de Farrariis, 
Dom. Geoffrey da Grasel [Gresley], Dom. Rob. de Tok, Dom. Rob. 
de Warda, etc. [i 231-1260.] (Stowe 60.) 

1700. Grant from Thomas de Fumivall, Dominus de Hallumschire, 
to Godfrey Foliaumbe and to his men and tenants of Hassop, of common 
of pasture in the manor of Midilton iuxta Eyum, with liberty to cut 
turf, etc. Dat. Sheffield, M. a. F. of St. John B. [24 June], 21 Edw. III. 
[1347]. (Woll. i. 17.) 

MIDDLETON, STONEY. 

(MiDDILTON, MiDDYLTON, MIDILTON-JUXTA-EYUM, MIDULTON, 
MiDYLTON, MYDELTON.) 

1 70 1. Grant from Godfrey de Roland to Thomas Gomfray and 
Richard Gomfray, clerks, of lands in Caluore and Midultonclif, with 
housbote and heibote, etc. Witn. Thomas de Wednesley, knt., John 
de Stafford, Thurstan del Boure, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of St. James 
[25 July]> 19 Ric. II. [1395]- (Woll. vii. 54.) 

MIDDLETON, STONEY, v. also under Eyam. 
MIDDLETON-BY-WIRKSWORTH. 

(MiDDILTON.) 

1702. Grant from Symon fil. Henrici de Crumforde to Joan uxor 
Rob. fil. Ricardi de eadem, of a bovate bf land with a toft in Middilton 
which the said Symon acquired from Henry fil. Ade de Erlesbure. 
Witn. William de Crumforda, Nicholas fil. Symonis de eadem, Henry 
Gamyl, John de Aula da Middelton, Alan de Bonteshala, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Luke [Oct. 18], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. (Okeover.) 

MIDDLETON-BY-WlRKSWORTH V. also under WiRKSWORTH. 

MIDDLETON-BY-YOULGRAVE. 

(Middelton, Myddleton.) 

1703. Power of attorney from Richard de Herthulle, mil, to John 
Wodehous, claricus, and Richard de Leycestre, to deliver seisin to 
Giles, his son, and Katerine, his wife, daughter of John la Walssha, 
lord of Sheldeslaya, of his manor of Myddelton. Dat. Sheldon, 
Trin. Sun. [19 May], 38 Edw. III. [1364]. (Cott. xxvi. 23.) 

MIDDLETON-BY-YouLGRAVE V. also under ASHBOURN, 
BONSALL. 



Many ash. 2 1 3 

MILTON, NR. Repton. 
(Meleton, Melton.) 

1704. Letter from 0[sbert] de Bereford to R[obert], Prior of 
Rependone [Repton], desiring him to recognise William fil. Willelmi 
fil. Symonis de Melton as heir of his father to a virgate of land in 
Melton, whereof he [Osbert] had formerly been " principalis et 
capitalis," but in which he had granted his interest, including a yearly 
rent of four shillings to the fabric of the Priory Church. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Stowe 133.) 

MILTON V. also under Repto>J. 
MONSALL. 

(MORNESALE.) 
V. under LONGSTONE. 

MONYASH. 

(Manias, Manyasshe, Monias, Moniasch, Moniasche, 

MoNiASH, Moniassh, Monyashe, Monyasse, Monyassh, 

Monyasshe.) 

1705. Deed whereby William fil. Alani undertakes to keep whole 
and indivisible a manse and bovate of land granted to him by Ralph 
[de Sempringham], Dean, and the Chapter of Lichfield at Manias 
[Monyash]. Witn. Ralph Decanus, Thomas de Wimudham, precentor, 
Mag. Peter de Radenouere, and Mag. William de Atteleberge, Dom. 
William de Staunford, William de Neuton, John de Sparham, Walkeline, 
"pretacte ecclesie canonicis " [1254-1257]. (Lichf. B. 15.) 

1706. Grant from John de Lyonis to He[nry] fil. Simon, fil. 
Roberti de Moniash of a tenement and land in Moniash. Witn. Robert 
le Wyne de Haddon, Matthew le Sergeant of Haddon, Ralph Coleret, 
etc. Late thirteenth century. (Harl. 83 G. 32.) 

1707. Grant from Henry fil. Simonis [fil. Roberti] de Moniasche 
to Henry fil. Roberti of an acre and a half of land in various places 
in the fields of Moniasche, namely, in Brockewall, Le Morlondes, Le 
Brounemore, etc. Witn. Ralph Coterel, jun., William Wyne, Ralph 
de Cungesdon, etc. Dat. Moniasche, S. b. F. of St. Peter in Cathedra 
[22 Feb], i3i6[7]. (Hari. 83 G. 43-) 

1708. Grant from the same to the same of an acre of land in 
Moniasch lying in Knottelowe, Les Smalenithynges, Moniaschedale, and 
Doggesedslacke. Witn. Ralph Coterel, Ralph de Cungusdon, John de 
Stanedon, William Kyde, etc. Dat. Moniasche, M. b. Pur. of B. V. M. 
[2 Feb.], i322[3]. (Harl. 83 G. 44.) 

1709. Grant from Roger de Neubold to Nicholas fil. Radulphi 
de Congesdon of a messuage and lands in Moniash. Witn. William 
Coterell, John de Benteley, Thomas de Bucstones, etc. Dat. Moniash, 
F. of St. Matthias [24 Febr.], 12 Edw. IH. [1338]. (Hari. 84 A. i.) 



2 1 4 Monyash. 

1710. Indenture from twenty-four residents of Moniasch, wherein, 
in recognition of grant of burial rights to their chapel, they covenant 
to pay a farthing to the Vicar of Bakewell for each corpse on the 
day of burial, and to present at the High Altar at Bakewell every 
All Saints' Day twelve pence for the Dean and Chapter. Dat. 5 June, 
1345. (Lichf. KK. 3.) 

171 1. Grant from Laurence Lynford to Thomas Partut of land, 
etc., at Cheselowe in Moniasch. Witn. John de Cotes of Moniasch, 
Henry de la More, and Will. Helys. Dat. Moniasch, F. of St. Andrew 
[30 Nov.], 35 Edw. III. [1361]- (Harl. 83 G. 31.) 

1712. Grant from Laurence de Lynford, knt., to William de 
Lynford and John de Stafford, " consanguineos meos," of all his lands, 
etc., " cum mineris plumbi," woods, turbary, etc., in Moniassh, Chel- 
merdon, Caluour, and elsewhere, co. Derby, Magna Lynford and 
Thorneburgh, etc., co. Bucks., and in Esthamam, co. Wilts. Witn. 
John de Ludlowe, knt., John de Aylisbure, knt., Hugh Chastleton, knt., 
John de Stafford, etc. Dat. Lynford, Morr. of St. Michael [30 Sept.], 
38 Edw. III. [1364]. (Bowles.) 

1713. Grant from Henry fil. Simonis de Moniassch to John fil. 
Henrici de Moniassch of land and buildings in Moniassch. Witn. Will. 
Helys, John del Cotes, Simon de Ernesby de Moniassch, etc. Dat. 
Moniassch, Tu. a. Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 40 Edw. III. [1366]. 
(Harl. 84 B. 35.) 

1714. Grant from William fil. Rogeri Kyde de Moniassch to John 
fil. Henrici de Moniassch of lands and a messuage in Moniassch. Witn. 
Henry fil. Simonis de Moniassch, Will. Helys, Hen. Attemore, etc. Dat. 
Tu. a. Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 41 Edw. III. [1367]. (Harl. 83 G. i.) 

17 15. Grant, for life, from William Elys of Monyassch, Henry 
Attemore of Monyassch, William Elys, etc., to Amicia, wife of Adam 
le Wryth of Monyassch, of land in the same. Witn. William fil. Rogeri 
fil. Dyot of Monyassch, Robert Mathew, John Smylter, etc. Dat. Sat. 
in Easter Week [12 Apr.], 45 Edw. III. [1371]. (Harl. 112 H. 26.) 

17 1 6. Grant from Adam le Writh de Moniassch to Dom. Henry 
de Fayrfeld and Hugh fil. Henrici fil. Johannis, " capellanus," of land 
and tenements in ^^oniassch. Witn. Will Elys, Henry del Mere, Henry 
Bayart, etc. Dat. Moniassch, S. a. Octave of the Epiphany [6 Jan.], 
48 Edw. III. [1375]. (Harl. 84 A. 38.) 

17 17. Release from Alice, widow of John le Smythe de Moniasch, 
to John fil. Petri de Moniasch, of a messuage and land in Moniasch. 
Dat. Baseford, S. a. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 50 Edw. III. 
[1376]. (Harl. 84 A. 36.) 

17 1 8. Conveyance from Nicholas Coterell and Roger de Gaddesby 
to Laurence de Lynford and Alice his wife, of all the lands which 
they have of the feoffment of the said Laurence in Monyasch, Chel- 
morden, Hassop, Caluoure, and Roulisley; with the reversion of the 
lands which Margery, widow of William de Lynford, holds in dower, 
which reversion they also have of the feoffment of the said Laurence. 
Witn. James Coterell, John Foleiambe, Roger North, Robert de 
Hethecote, etc. Late Edw. III. Copy. (Bowles.) 



Morley. 215 

17 19. Grant from Thomas Odam de Moniassh and Margaret his 
wife to John Fox of Aldport of a messuage, etc., in Moniassh. Witn. 
Thomas Trech of Moniassh, John del More, WilHam de Moniassh, etc. 
Dat. Moniassh, S. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 8 Hen. IV. [1407]. 
(Harl. 84 A. 7.) 

1730. Grant from William Mon, Chaplain of the Chantry of the 
B. V. Mary of Monyash, to the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, of 
an acre of land, etc., in Monyassh, lying between the Hall of the 
Chantry and the land of Hugh fil. Henrici capellani. Witn. Dom. 
Robert Merford, succentor of Lichfield Church, Peter Halughton, 
vicarius chori eiusdem ecclesie, John Dean, Vicar of Hope in Pecco, 
and Robert Ouerton, literatus. Dat. Monyash, F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], I Hen. V. [1413]. (Lichf. B. 25.) 

1 72 1. Grant from John Asshely, chaplain, to Thomas Vernon, son 
of Sir Richard Vernon, John Stafford de Eyam, William Monyasshe, 
Thomas in le Dale, etc., o* land in Monyasse. Dat. F. of Pur. of 
B. V. M. [2 Feb.], IS Hen. VI. [1437]. (Harl. 83 D. 13.) 

1723. Attorney from John, Earl of Shrewsbury, John Talbot, 
knt., Thomas Eueryngham, sen., esquire, and Thomas Eueryngham, 
jun., esquire, to John Cobyn, their bailiff of Monyasshe and Chelmardon, 
to demand, levy, distrain, and receive the rents and services in the 
lands and demesnes of Monyasshe and Chelmardon due to them " cum 
officio berghmaistorii." Dat. i July, 30 Hen. VI. [1452]. (Bowles.) 

1723. Writ to Robert Stafford, esquire, ordering him not to make 
" vastum vel estrepamentum " in the 40 messuages, 400 acres of land, 
40 acres of meadow, 1,000 acres of pasture, 100 acres of wood, and 
10 pounds' worth of rent in Manyasshe, Chelmerdon, Camore, Bromley, 
and Oslaston, pending the hearing of a suit between the said Robert 
and Thomas Vernon, esquire. Dat. 4 Feb., 32 Hen. [VI.] [1454]. 
(Bowles.) 

1724. Attorney from John Barowe, esquire, to Richard Stafford, 
to take seisin of all the lands, meadows, "et mineram plumbi," _ in 
Manyassh, Chelmardon, and Caluore, and elsewhere, in co. Derby, which 
he has by feoffment of Thomas Lynford, esq., and deliver them to 
Robert Stafford, esq., William de la Pole, John Milne, and Thomas 
Wild. Dat. 3 Jan., 33 Hen. VI. [1455]. (Bowles.) 

1725. Lease, for twenty years, from Humfrey Stafford of Eyam, 
CO. Derby, esq., to Hew Sheldon of Monyashe, jun., yeoman, of a 
messuage and lands in Monyashe; rent 215. ^d. Dat. i Mar., 
33 Hen. VIII. [1542]. (Woll. vii. 47-) 

MONYASH V. also under Bakewell, Haddon. 



MORLEY. 

(MORLE.) 

1736. , Covenant for the partition of lands in Eston [Aston], 
Sardelova [Shardlow], Wilne, Morley, Smalley, and Kidesleia [Kidsley- 
in-Smalley], Warenodbi [Wartnaby, co. Leic], Angodestorp [Osgathorpe, 



2 1 6 Morley. 

CO. Leic], Huberetorp and Trengeston [Thringston, co. Leic], between 
William de Verdun and Aliz his wife, Philip de Wasteneis and Amphelisa 
his wife, and Simon de Sancto Mauro and Yseuda his wife, late 
belonging to Dina, the mother of the said Aliz, Amphelisia, and 
Yseuda. Circ. 1200. (Add. 5235.) 

Hec est finalis concordia facta inter Willelmum de Verdun et 
Aliz uxorem suam et Philippum de Wasteneys et Amphelisam 
uxorera suam et Simonem de Sancto Mauro et Yseudam uxorem 
suam de toto te[ne]mento quod tenuit Robertus filius Walteri et 
de toto tenement© quod tenuit Dina mater predictarum Aliz et 
Amfeiise et Yseude, scilicet quod Willelmo de Verdun et uxori sue 
A. in rationabili parte sua remanet totum tenementum cum 
pertinentiis et libera tenentibus quod Robertus filius Walteri tenuit 
in Eston et Sardeloua et Wilna excepto seruicio Jordani de Tocha 
et exceptis vii denariis de seruicio Thome filii Willelmi et exceptis 
octo Bouatis terre in Wilna quas tenant Raginaldus de Wilna at 
Hawis vidua et Robertus frater Baldewini et exceptis xii denariis 
de tofta quam Doda tenuit et excepta terra quam Roger pastor 
tenet in Sardeloua et remanet eidem Willelmo tertia pars terre et 
Molendini de Warenodbi qua Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in 
eadem uilla, et tertia pars bosci de Morle et Smalle et Kidesle 
parco infra partem suam computato et totum jus quod P. de 
Wasteneis et Amphelisa uxor eius et S. de Sancto Mauro et Y. 
uxor eius habuerunt in terra quam tenet Willelmus filius Nigelli 
ita scilicet quod venient in curiam Regis ad comodum Willelmi 
et illud jus illi quietum clamabunt. Philippo uero de Wasteneis at 
Amphelise uxori sue in rationabili parte sua de predictis tenementis 
Roberti et Dine remanet totum tenementum quod Robertus filius 
Walteri tenuit in Kirkabi cum pertinentiis et lib ere tenentibus preter 
illud quod Juliana de Daiuill [? Damill] in curia domini Regis 
recuperauit de illis et remanet illi tertia pars terre et Molendini de 
Warenodbi que Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in eadem uilla et 
totum tenementum cum pertinentiis et libere tenentibus quod 
predicta Dina tenuit in Angodestorp et Huberetorp et Trengeston 
tam in bosco quam in piano et due virgate terre in Hemminton 
quas Hugo de Waldo et Brun tenuit et seruicium Willelmi de 
Naileston, scilicet vi solidi. Simoni uero de Sancto Mauro et 
Ysaude uxori sue remanet totum tenementum cum pertinentiis at 
libere tenentibus quod Robertus filius Walteri tenuit in Morle et 
Smalle et Kidesleia preter tertiam partem bosci et remanent illi 
octo Bonate terra in Wilna quas tenant Reginaldus et Hawis vidua 
[et] Robertus supradicti at xii denarii de tofta quam Doda tenet 
in Wilna et terra Rogeri Pastoris in Sardelova et remanent quatuor 
virgate terre illi in Hemminton quas Reginaldus et Adam et Roger 
et Matillis quondam uxor Bruning tenent et tertia pars terra et 
Molendini de Warenodbi que predictus Robertus tenuit in eadem 
uilla et totum seruicium Jordani de Tocha de toto tenemento 
quod tenet de feudo quod fuit Roberti filii Walteri et totum 
seruicium Jordani de Snitertona de eodem feudo et totum seruicium 
Ricardi Marescalli de feudo illo et vii denarii de seruicio Thome 
filii Willelmi in Sardeloua et Wilna. Et sciendum quod Willelmus 
de Verdun debet raddere per annum, P. de Wasteneis et S. de 
Sancto Mauro, xx denarios ad parficiendum seruicium Comitis 
Leicestrie pro terra de Hemminton. Hanc autem conuentionem 
fideliter obseruandam W. et P. et S. iurauarunt et sigillis suis 
confirmauerunt. His testibus G. Abbate Cestrie, B. Decano 



Mosborough. 217 

Cestrie, Helya de Dithiswrhe, Roberto de Trengeston, Roberto de 

Morle, Hugone fratre suo, Gaufrido de Sancto Mauro, Warino de 

Snipeston, Willelmo filio Rogeri, Henrico filio suo, Willelmo de 
Gardino, Gileberto de Lindeseia at aliis. 

MOSBOROUGH. 

(MORESBUR', MORESBURGHE, MORESBUROUGHE, MORESBURUGH, 

MORISBURG, MORISBURICH, MoRSBUR', MoRYSBURG, 

MOSBURGH, MURSBUR'.) 

1727. Quitclaim from Simon f rater Henrici, Domini de Morsbur", 
to the said Henry of land in the vill of Morsbur" which Edena, his 
aunt, held. " Necnon fide media insuper tactis at inspectis sacrosanctis 
in curia Domini Johannis de Stuteuill apud Hekent[on] integre prefatam 
terram abiuraui." Witn. Ralph and John, persona de Ekent[on], Roger, 
clericus, tunc senescallus, Ralph Briton, Mag. Geoffrey, Ralph Russel, 
etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Harl. 83 G. 46.) 

1728. Release from Richard fil. Simonis de Morsbur' to John fil. 
Petri de Morsbur' of all lands and tenements, etc., held by the said 
John in demesne in Morsbur'. Witn. Dom. William de Estutevilla, 
William Mandrel, William Dolfyn, Roger de Bectona, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Harl. 83 G. 47.) 

1729. Grant from Henry fil. Roberti domini de Morasbur to 
Simon, his brother, of a bovate of land in the vill of Moresbur, which 
Ralph persona de Hekint[on] last held, " et quia prefate bovate terre 
due acre desunt in loco qui uocatur Harcharridding uersus austrum 
aidam perficiam cum uno prato quantum in manu mea habui tunc 
quod Robertus filius Fabiani assartauit iuxta locum qui uocatur 
Oxhefordheforthe." Witn. Ralph and John, persona de Hekint[on], 
Roger clericus tunc senescallus, Ralph Brito, Mag. Geofi^rey, John 
Doufin, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Harl. 83 G. 48.) 

1730. Grant from Richard de Morisborick fil. Radulfi fil. Jordani, 
quondam Rectoris medietatis ecclesie de Ekintona to Ralph fil. Henrici, 
domini de Morisburick, of a bovata of land in the fields of Morisburich, 
which his father formerly held, and which came to him on the death 
of Alice fil. Roberti " fratris mei." Rant, a rose and twelve pence. 
Witn. Philip Marescallus da Ekyntona, Robert de Bramlay, John Dolfin 
de Plomelay, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Harl. 83 G. 49.) 

I73'> Grant from Gilbert fil. Robarti de Morysburg to Ralph fil. 
Henrici " fratris mei " of two selions of land in the field called " Le 
Rysevey." Witn. Philip Marescallus de Ekynton, Will. Dolphyn, John 
Dolphyn, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Harl. 83 G. 50.) 

1732. Grant from John fil. Petri de Morisburg to Ralph fil. 
Henrici de Morisburg of various lands in the fields, etc., of Morisburg. 
Witn. Geoffrey de Bacthon, clericus, Philip de Ekinton, marescallus. 
Will. Martyn de Hanley, John Dolfyn de Plomelay, Walter Dolfyn, etc. 
Temp. Hen. III. (Hari. 83 G. 51.) 

1733. Grant from Robert de Morisburg" to Robert fil. Andrea de 
Morisburg" of land in Morisburg'; rent, \d. Witn. Philip Marescall', 
William Dolfin, John Dolfin, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Cott. xxvii. 146.) 



2 1 8 Mosborough. 

1 734- Grant from Robert fil. Andree de Moresburghe to Hugh his 
son of a messuage and lands in Moresburghe. Witn. John de Mores- 
burghe, Will. Dolfyn of Plumley, John Dolfyn, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 1315. (Cott. xxvii. 147.) 

1735' Grant from Robert fil. Andree de Moresburg' to John de 
Hacunthorpe of lands in Moresburgh'. Witn. Rob. Brian, William Gere 
of Begtone, Richard de Hacunthorpe, etc. Dat. i Feb., 10 Edw. II. 
[13 1 7]. (Cott. xxvii. 148.) 

1736. Grant from Robert fil. Andree de Moresburgh' to John fil. 
Willelmi de Hacunthorp of land in Moresburgh. Witn. John le 
Mareschall, Robert Brian, William Gere of Beghton, etc. Dat. 11 Mar., 
10 Edw. II. [13 1 7]. (Cott. xxvii. 149.) 

1737' Grant from Avicia fil. Rogeri Badde to John de Hacunthorp 
and Joanna his wife of a messuage in Moresburgh. Witn. John de 
Moresburgh, John le Mareschall, Robert Brian, etc. Dat. Moresburgh, 
20 June, 10 Edw. II. [1317]. (Harl. 112 F. 62.] 

1738. Release from Hugh fil. Roberti de Morisburg', clericus, to 
John de Hacunthorpe and Agnes his wife, of a messuage in Morisburg. 
Witn. Robert Brian, William fil. Radulfi de Kinwaldmershe, Giles de 
Roumelay, etc. Dat. Ekyntone, S. a. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 
8 Edw. III. [1334]. (Cott. xxvii. 150.) 

1739- Grant from Richard de Hacunthorpe, clerk, to John de 
Hacunthorpe his brother of a house with a chamber which Emma " que 
fuit uxor Johannis de Moresburough " held in dower in Moresburugh, 
to hold for term of the life of the said John at a yearly rent of one 
penny. Witn. John le Sauuage, Robert Brian, William fil. Radulphi 
de Kynwoldmersch, etc. Dat. Moresburugh, 8 Apr., 10 Edw. III. 
[1336]. (Lansd. 107.) ^ 

1740. Sale by Nicholas Clyff to Elizabethe Frechevyle, widow, for 
20^., of a messuage and two oxgangs of lands in Mosburgh in the 
lordship of Ekyngton. Dat. 20 Oct., 21 Hen. VIII. [1529]. (Add. 
40160.) 

MUGGINTON. 

(MOGINTONE, MOGYNTON.) 

1 74 1. Grant from Henry de Irtone fil. Henrici de Irtone to William 
de Irtone his brother and Philip his wife of forty acres of land in 
Weston, viz., 34 acres in Mogintone field abutting on the road leading 
from Weston to W5rnley and six acres of land in a place called Thisker, 
in exchange for certain lands and rents in Totinleye which the said 
William acquired by feoffment from Mag. Adam de Meygnelle, clerk. 
Witn. Dom. Hugh de Meygnelle, Roger de Bradeburne, knts., Richard 
le Cursun of Ketleston, William de Tissingtone, William de Stanley, 
etc. Dat. Irton, S. a. F. of St. Nicholas [6 Dec], 6 Edw. II. [1312]. 
(Kedleston.) 

1743, Roll of pleas relating to the manors and advowsons of 
Muggyngton, Eggyngton, and Rodburne, on the occasion of a presenta- 
tion to Muggington Church, now vacant, the right to which was claimed 
by Thomas Babyngton. Dat. Easter, 3 Hen. VIII. [15 12]. (WoU. 
xi. 21.) 

MUGGINTON v. also under Mercaston, Radbourne, 
Weston. 

NETHERTHORPE v. under Staveley. 



Newton Grange. 219 

NEWBOLD, NR. Chesterfield. 

(Neubold.) 

'743' Grant from Rog. fil. Nicholai de Langele to Walter de 
Duneston of land above " Brocholclif," between the road to Neubold 
and land of Robert fil. Radulfi. Witn. Walter Durs of Dronfield, 
Robert fil. Johannis de Neubold, Robert fil. Nicholai, etc. Temf. 
Hen. III. (Harl. 112 I. 42.) 

1744. Release from Thomas fil. Elie Tinctoris [Dyer] de Cesterfeld 
to Michael de Haversegge, burgensis de Cesterfeld, of five acres of 
land in the fee of Neubold, lying on Brochul, near the water called 
" Smale." Witn. Alan de Len de Cesterfeld, Rob. de Len, Joh. 
Durant, etc. Temf. Edw. I. (Harl. 84 A. 56.) 

1 745. Grant from Stephen le Cueller of Cestrefeld to Henry fil. 
Philippi de Neubold of Chesterfield and to Matilda his wife, of two 
acres of land in the fee of Neubold, " apud Susane Welle." Dat. 
Trinity Sunday [7 June], 12 Edw. III. [1338]. (Harl. 83 E. 11.) 

1746. Grant from Robert fil. Philippi de Neubold, manens in 
Cestrefeld, to Robert le Breton, Dominus de Walton, Philippa his wife, 
and Robert their son, and his heirs, of six acres of land in the fee 
of Newbold, lying in " le Holmes " near Aldewynlane, etc. Witn. 
Roger Breton, John fil. Rogeri Bate of Chesterfield, John de Wytinton, 
etc. Dat. Newbold, Vig. of St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 13 Edw. III. [1339]. 
(Cott. xxviii. 8.) 

NEWBOLD V. also under Chelmarton, Chesterfield. 

DUFFIELD. 

NEWTON GRANGE. 

1747. Lease, for 81 years, from Robert Crystylton, Abbot, and the 
Monastery of Combermere, to Thomas Barsford, of their grange called 
Newton Graunge, at a yearly rent of £fi 13^. i,d. Witn. Thomas 
Huw, Roger Spenser, etc. Dat. Combremere Chapter House, Vig. of 
St. Andrew [29 Nov.], 1472. (Drury.) 

1748. Attorney from Katherine, widow of Thomas Beresford, to 
Gervase Rolleston, gent., to " sue and folowe " all maner of actions 
concerning "the ferme of Newton Graunge." Dat. 12 Nov., 
37 Hen. VIII. [1545]. (Drury.) 

1749. Bond from Laurence Beresford and Edmund Beresford of 
Newton Graunge to Matthew Knyveton, esq., and Katharine Beresford, 
widow, to abide by the award of Thomas Powtrell of West Halome, 
James Rolston, Adam Eyre, and Richard Nedham, arbitrators to settle 
suits between them relating to Newton Grange. Dat. 21 Nov., 
37 Hen. VIII. [1545]. (Drury.) 

1750. Award of Thomas Powtrell, James Rolleston, Richard 
Nedham, and Adam Eyre, arbitrators to settle suits between Matthew 
Knyveton of Bradley and Katherine Baresford of Newton Graunge, 
widow, on the one part, and Edmund Baresforde and Laurence Bares- 
ford of Newton Graunge, of the other, respecting the title, use, and 
farm of Newton Graunge. Dat. 15 Dec, 37 Hen. VIII. [1545]. 
(Drury.) 



2 20 Newton Grange. 

1 75 1. Quitclaim from Katharine Barysford, late of Newton 
Graunge, widow (in accordance with an award by Thomas Powtrell 
and others, arbitrators to settle suits between her and Matthew 
Kniveton of Bradley and Edmund Berysford and Laurence Berysforde), 
to the said Edmund, of the tenement known as Newton Grange. Dat. 
30 Apr., 38 Hen. VIII. [1546]. (Drury.) 

NEWTON, KING'S. 

(Neutona.) 

1752. Grant from Hugo de Bellocampo to the Canons of St. Mary 
and St. Giles de Gale of a virgate of land in Neutona instead of 
the tithes of mills in Melebuma. Witn. Walter, his clerk, Hubert, 
priest of Alwardestona, Rob. de Rakestone, etc. Temp. Hen. II. 
(Add. 7213.)* 

NEWTON, KING'S, v. also under Calk, Melbourne. 

NEWTON SOLNEY. 

(Neuton, Neuton Sulny, Newton Sulny, Nuetona.) 

1753. Final concord made "in curia domini Regis apud Cadom' 
[Caen], in the sixth year of King John [1204-5], before Wilham Crassus, 
tunc senescallus Normannie, Samson, abbas Cad[omi], John de Alencon, 
Ralph Labbe, Geoffrey de Cortona, Roger Talebot, and other Justices 
there, whereby Ralph de Argosis conveyed to Alured de Solenneio, 
his brother, a portion of his inheritance in the land which belonged 
to Alured his father and Joan his mother, namely, the manor of 
" Nuetona, in Anglia " [Newton Solney], with a meadow " apud Bawe " 
[Bayeux], keeping for himself the lands in Normandy. (Every.) 

1754. Release, for 405., from Robert Palefrey of Neutona to Dom. 
Norman de Sulene of land which sometime belonged to Ralph Palefrey, 
his father, in the vill of Newton. Witn. Dom. Nicholas de Seymor, 
John de Stapenhulle, Henry Mauweysin, etc. Early Hen. III. 
(Woll. X. 45-) 

•755' Release from Reginald, Prior, and the Convent of Repund' 
[Repton], to Norman de Solenei, Dominus de Neuton, of their claim 
in the Park of Neut' (saving their tithes), for a part of his wood of 
Swarthlighay ; and of their tithes of a mill and fishery in the manor 
of Neuton, for i,s. yearly rent; and of their tithes of hay in the vill 
of Neuton, for land in Longedoles. Witn. John de Stapnhul, Geoffrey 
de Stant[on], Ralph de Tichenale, Walter de Boreford, William Balle. 
Circ. 1230. (Woll. X. 34.) 

1756. Agreement between Reginald, Prior of Rapendon, and the 
Convent, and Norman de Soleni, Dominus de Neuton, whereby the 
Priory quitclaims to the said Norman the park of Newton, common of 
pasture, cutting of trees, right of way, in return for which the latter 
grants to the Priory a part of Swarthlinghay wood ; also the Priory 
grants to him the tithe of one mill belonging to the manor of Neuton, 
tithe of fishery within Neuton manor for an annual rent of 4^'. ; with 

* The text of this charter is given under Calk. 



Newton Solney. 221 

the tithe of hay of his demesne of Neuton, for which the said Norman 
gave two perches in Longedoles and Scorthedoles. Witn. John de 
Stapenhull, Geoffrey de Stanton, Ralph de Tykenh', Walter de 
Hereford, William Balle of Rapendon. Temp. Hen. III. Fine Priory 
seal. (Every.) 

1757. Quitclaim from John Pichard fil. Ade Pichard of Neuton 
to Norman de Soleni, mil., of a garden in the vill of Neuton, extending 
from the path leading to the church up to the River Trent, and half 
an acre lying on Derlestowe. Witn. John de Chandoos, Nicholas de 
Seymor, Robert de Stanton. Temp. Hen. IH. (Every.) 

1758. Grant from Alured de Solny, miles., Dominus de Neuton 
super Trentam, to William de Solny, his son, clerk, of a messuage and 
a bovate of land in the vill and territory of Neuton super Trentam 
which Robert Broun held from him in villeinage in the vill of Neuton, 
with a messuage called " Le Holdelauton," lying between Le Schercesti 
and the messuage of John le Carter, whereof one head abuts on 
Brounuslowe and another head on Le Causey, with half an acre of 
meadow lying between [the meadow] of the Prior of Repindon and 
his own meadow; with seven acres of land in the field of Neuton 
[boundaries given in detail] ; with all kinds of fishery through all his 
demesne water in Trent and Douue " cum omnimodis ingeniis," with 
an annual rent of 6s. 4d. from a messuage and bovate in the same 
vill. Rose rent. Witn. Robert Abel of Tykenhale, Peter de Melbon, 
William Pichard of Newton, Robert, clericus de Wynsul, Richard 
Someter de Neuton. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 
32[?] Edw. I. [1304]. (Every.) 

1 759' Grant from John fil. Rogeri Sauenay of Neuton Sulny to 
Robert fil. Dom. Aluredi de Sulney, knt, mil., of ten shillings' worth 
of rent from his lands in Neuton Sulny. Witn. Roger Saueney, Thomas 
Saueney, William Pichard, Robert Sulny, etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of 
St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 21 Edw. HI. [1347]. (Every.) 

1760. Grant from John de Bollehawe and Thomas de Bildeston, 
chaplains, to Alvred de Sulney, knight, of a rent issuing out of the 
manor of Newton Sulny. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 
41 Edw. in. [1368]. (P. R. O. B. 2778.) 

1 76 1. Power of attorney from Nicholas de Longeford to William 
atte Walle, chaplain, to deliver in his name to Richard Scrop, Bishop 
of Coventry and Lichfield, Philip de Okouere, John de Clynton, knts., 
Oliver de Barton, John de Aston, and John Shayle, to hold during the 
.said Nicholas' life the fourth part of the manor of Neuton Sulny 
and the moiety of the manor of Blakwell, and also his portion of lands 
in Orby, co. Line, and his share of rents in Wylyngham. Dat. 24 Aug., 
14 Ric. II. [1390]. (Every.) 

1762. Proceedings of courts of the manor of Newton Sulney, held 
Fr. bef. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 15 Hen. VI. [1437]- Vellum roll. 
(Longford.) 

1763. Bond from John Appylby, esquire, to Nicholas Longford, 
knt., in ;^ioo, to abide by the award of John Portyngton, one of the 
Justices of Common Bench, in a dispute concerning the title to a 
fourth part of the manor of Neuton Sulny. Dat. 22 July, 25 Hen. VI. 
[1447]. (Every.) 



222 Newton Solney. 

1764. Grant from Nicholas Longforde, knt., to John Longford, 
rector of Northewynfeld, John Lathbury, esq., and John Bonyngton, 
esq., of all his lands, etc., in Newton Sulney, and in Hathersegge. Dat. 
F. of Pur. [2 Feb.], 13 Edw. IV. [i474]- (Longford.) 

1765. Lease from John, Prior, and the Convent of Repton, to 
William Dethyk of Newhall, esq., of the tithe-barn and yard, with all 
their tithe comes of Newton Solney, for a term of twenty years, at 
a rent of £io. Dat. 4 Sept., 20 Hen. VIII. [1528]. (Every.) 

NEWTON SOLNEY v. also under PiNXTON. 



NORBURY. 

(NORBURI, NORTHBURY.) 

1766. Grant from Ranulf Seylyn of Rotinton to William Hert 
of Norbury, fil. Henrici Hert of Rotington, of lands in Norbury, near 
the little cross, and contiguous to the land which Jordan, rector of 
Norbury, formerly held. Witn. Dom. William de Montegomeri, Dom. 
William fil. Herberti de Norbury, Dom. Hugh de Okover, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Woll. ix. 74.) 

1767. Grant, for 90 marks, and a brown horse, by Thomas de 
W3rvile of Stanton to William fil. Herberti de Norburi, of lands in 
Norburi and Rossyntone [Roston] ; rent, id. Witn. Dom. Geoffrey 
de Bakepuz, Dom. Nigel de Langeford, Dom. William de Meysham, 
etc. Thirteenth century. (Woll. viii. 53.) 

1768. Defeasance of bond for £^i,ci from Henry de Knyveton, 
parson of the church of Northbury [Norbury], to Thomas del Hull of 
Snelston, Robert del Hull, Walter Tyrry, and John Brown, all of Snelston, 
contingent on the payment to the said Henry by Philip de Okore or 
the said Thomas, Robert, Walter, and John, of 375. 4^. at four terms 
in the year for three years. Dat. Northbury, S. a. Assjimption of 
B. V. ,M. [15 Aug.], 6 Edw. III. [1332]. French. (Okeover.) 

1769. Covenant whereby John Cokayn, knt., Thomas Okover, 
Aluered de Longeford, esquire, and Thomas Dawkyn, chaplain, agree 
with John de la Pole de Hertyngdon and Henry de Bothe, esquires, 
that if Nicholas fil. et her. Henrici Fitzherbert live till he come to 
full age or shall be married by the said John de la Pole and Henry 
de Bothe " infra etatem," that the two latter shall pay forty pounds 
to Alice, Joan, and Elizabeth, sisters of the said Nicholas, for which 
sum of money the said John, Thomas, Aluered, and Thomas have 
granted for a term of 15 years to the said John and Henry the manor 
of Norbury, with the advowson of the church and all the lands which 
they formerly held of the grant of William Avener and Richard 
Aunger, clerks; the said manor, etc., to revert at the end of the term 
to the said Nicholas Fitzherbert and his heirs for ever. Witn. Thomas 
Lymestre, Henry Knyveton, rector of Norbury, William Boturdon, 
William Lymestre, Henry Stere. Dat. at Norbury, Fr. b. F. of 
St. Michael [29 Sept.], 4 Hen. V. [1416]. (Okeover.) 

1770. Will and deed of appointment of Elizabeth Fitzherbert, 
widow of Ralph Fitzherbert of Norbury. Dat. 20 Oct., 1490. 
(D. A. J. XX. 32.) 



Norton. 223 

1771. Record of a suit brought by John Fitzherbert, esquire, 
against Henry Cotes of Snelston, labourer, and Thomas Fayrechild, 
late of Snelston, miller, for trespass and damage to trees and grass 
at Norbury. Dat. Hilary Term, 17 Hen. VII. [1502]. (Okeover.) 

NORMANTON, TEMPLE. 

(NORMANTON, NORTH NORMANTON.) 

1772. Extract of roll of the court of the Prior of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem, held at Normanton, at which Roger Herdwyke, 
son and heir of William Herdwyke of Herdwyke surrendered lands in 
Normanton which he held of the gift of William, his father, to William 
Herdwyke, his brother. Dat. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 32 Hen. VI. 
[1453]- (Won. iii. 67.) 

1773. Bond from John Warwyk of Lanforth, co. Notts., and William 
Warwyk of Normanton, to Thomas Foliaumbe, esq., in ;£io, that at 
the next court of St. John of Jerusalem in England of the lordship 
of North Normanton, the said John Warwyk shall make an estate to 
such person as the said Thomas Foliaumbe shall appoint of all his 
lands, etc., in the said lordship. Dat. 19 July, 38 Hen. VI. [1460]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1774. Recital " de quibus consuetudinibus tenuras manerii de 
Normanton . . . tangentibus sive spectantibus quod quidem 
manerium est et pertinet milicie templi Salomonis cum suis juribus 
libertatibus et consuetudinibus," consisting of rules for the free tenants, 
etc., " predicti maneiii, vz. Normanton, Chesturfeld, Brampton, Denby, 
Pothloc [?], and Ryley." Followed by Proceedings of the Great Courts, 
with views of frank pledge of the Priors of the Hospital of St. John 
of Jerusalem, held at Chesterfeld and Normanton, 26 Hen. VI. — 
10 Hen. VIII. [1447-1518]. Vellum roll, 16 ft. long. (Mundy.) 

NORMANTON, SOUTH, v. under PiNXTON. 

NORTON. 

'775' Grant from Thomas de Chaword to Alice fil. Agnetis 
Castelayn of Osberton and Rose, her daughter, of all that land at " le 
Heytridding " which William de le Heytridding sometime held in the 
soke of Norton, with other lands there. Witn. Dom. William de 
Folkingham, Abbot of Beauchief, John de Brimingtona, William 
Mateney of Dronfield, Thomas de Wodehuses, Peter de Leys, etc. 
Temp. Edw. II. (D. A. J. ii. 6.) 

1776. Grant from Thomas de Chauworth, knt., Dominus de 
Norton, to John Tynet and Isabella his wife, of all the lands which 
were sometimes Robert Louccok's, and a piece of land called 
Harecrofte in Norton. Witn. Adam de Gotham, Robert Seliok, Adam 
Parker, William Hervy, John Aleyn. Dat. 17 Sept., 26 Edw. III. 
[1352]. (D. A. J. ii. 7-) 

1777.' Grant from William Chaworth, Lord of Norton, to John 
de Blithe, of land in " Le Lyes " in the parish of Norton. Witn. Tho. 
Parker, Robert Bleyn, etc. Dat. Norton, S. a; F. of St. Mark 
[25. Apr.], 51 Edw. in. [1377]- (Add. 27329.) 



2 24 Norton, 

1778. Grant from Adam Bate fil. Rogeri de Parva Norton to Hugh 
del Barkhous of Leghes, of all the lands which came to him on the 
death of Roger Bate, his father, in Little Norton and in the soke of 
Norton. Witn. William de Barkhous of Wodseates, William de Mora 
de Grenhul, Thomas de Jurdanthorp, etc. Dat. F. of Pur. of B. V. M. 
[2 Feb.], 7 Ric. II. [1384]. (D. A. J. ii. 8.) 

1779. Bond from Thomas Flesshovere of Lincoln, formerly of 
Chesterfield, to Henry Foliambe, lord of Walton, esq., in £^20, to 
perform covenants on a saJe of lands, etc., in Norton Leez. Dat. 
Chesterfield, W. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 21 Edw. IV. [1481]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1780. Quitclaim from Nicholas Bullok to Richard Bullok of 
Onston, of all messuages which he has in Jordenthorpe, within the 
parish of Norton. Witn. Dom. John Croke, vicar of Norton, John 
Selioke, Richard Blythe. Dat. Norton, 30 Jan., 17 Hen. VII. [1502]. 
(Rel. XX. 165.) 

1781. Confirmation by Will. Blythe of Bemeby-super-Dune [Barnby- 
upon-Don], co. York, gent, of a grant in tail from William 
Blythe, his grandsire, to William Blythe of Norton, of lands and 
tenements in Norton and Grenyll [co. Derby], and Dynyngton and 
Crokes [Dinnington and Crookes, co. York], with remainder to the heirs 
male of Thomas Blythe, father of William Blythe of Barnby. Witn. 
John Blythe, clerk, Richard Strete, clerk, Nicholas Bagshawe, etc. Dat. 
Beaudesert, 30 Sept., 28 Hen. VIII. [1536]. (Haxl. 112 G. 15.) 

1782. Award of Sir John Chaworthe and Sir Phelype Draycot, 
knts., arbitrators to settle disputes between John Selioke of Hesil- 
barowe, co. Derb., gent., and John Parker of Norton Lees, respecting 
tenements at Gledelees, co. York, and that called Jurdanthorpe in the 
lordship of Norton Lees. Dat. 6 Aug., 35 Hen. VIII. [1543]. (Rel. 
V. 113.) 

1783. Deed of sale, with condition of voidance, by Thomas 
Dynham of London, esq., to John Selyoke of Hasyllborough, co. Derby, 
of half the manor of Norton and other land in Norton and Colde 
Aston, for ;£400. Dat. i Dec, 38 Hen. VIII. [1546]. (Add. 27330.) 

NORTON V. also under Alfreton, Chesterfield. 

NORTON IN SCARSDALE HUNDRED V. under Unston. 
OAKTHORPE. 

(OCTHORP.) 

1784. Quitclaim from Lesota, widow of Richard Wyley, dau. and 
heir of John fil. Nicholai de Octhorp, to Thomas Gresley, mil., John 
Gresley, mil., Thomas Astley, and William Ardeme de Meysham, of 
all the lands she inherited from her father in Octhorpe, in cos. Derby 
and Leicester, or elsewhere, in the same counties. Witn. — Inggwerdeby, 
Dominus de Willesley, John Abell, John Baseby de Meysham, etc. 
Dat. Oakthorpe, Fr. a. Cone, of B. V. M. [8 Dec], i Hen. V. [1413]. 
(Gresley 396.) 



Offerton. 225 

OCKBROOK. 

(Okebro.) 

1785. Bull of Honorius [III.], granting protection to the Abbot 
and Convent de Parco Stanleie, more especially as regards their posses- 
sions in Okebro, Stanle, and Depedale. Dat. 4 Non. Dec. [2 Dec], 
a°- Pontif. 9 [1224]. (WoU. x. 32.) 

OFFCOTE, NR. Ashbourne. 
(Offidecote.) 

1786. Grant from Roger de Mapilton, fil. Ricardi de Bredbur', to 
Roger fil. Ranulphi de Mercinton of half an acre of land in the meadow 
of OfEdecot, " scilicet meliorem que spectabat ad vnam bovatam terre 
quam Ricardus de Alnetis aliquando tenuit " ; rent, an arrow at Easter. 
Witn. John de Offidecote, William fil. Ingus of the same, Walter de 
Kniveton, Alexander Mercator de Essebum, William de Bredlowe, etc. 
Temf. Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 63.) 

1787. Grant from Gerard de Sutton and Adelicia his wife, William 

de Aldewerick, and Agnes his wife, etc., to Roger fil. R , of land 

in Offidecote; rent, one mark. Witn. Dom. Robert de Essebume, 
Thomas his brother, Robert de Aldewerick', etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Woll. X. 3.) 

OFFCOTE V. also under ASHBOURNE, CoLD EATON, Derby. 

OFFERTON in Hope. 
(Hoffnertoun, Offertona, Offirton, Offirtun, Offreton.) 

1788. Deed whereby Matilda and Elena " sorores de Offerton cum 
consensu boronum [ ? bonorum] nostrorum Eustachii et Roberti " with- 
draw from a suit against John Fox of Offerton. Witn. Robert le Eyr, 
William de Abbeney, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Brookhill.) 

1789. Grant from Hugh fil. Will, de Offirtun to William fil. 
Philippi de Thornhyl, of all his land, etc., in Kenteney. Rent, a pair 
of white gloves. Witn. Peter de Hyrst, Elyas de Baumford, Elyas de 
Astun, Robert de Abeney, Peter le Hoare de Hope. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Brookhill.) 

1790. Grant from Hugh fil. Gerberti de Stoke to William fil. 
Philippi de Thornhyl of five acres of land in Kenteney in the field 
of Superior Offirtun. Witn. Elyas de Bamford, Peter de Hyrst, Robert 
de Abney, etc. Late Hen. III. (Brookhill.) 

1 79 1. Grant from Hugh fil. Will, de Offirtun to William fil. 
Philippi de Thornhyl of all his land in Kenteney. Witn. Peter de 
Hayrsle, Nicholas de' Paddelay, Robert de Abeney. Late Hen. III. 
(Brookhill.) 

1793. Grant from [?] Brustall ... to Robert his son of all 
his land of Offertona, near the land of Robert de Hedenesouer. Witn. 
John Fox [?], Robert de Hedenesouere, William de Monte. Dat. at 
Offerton, xiii. kal. Sept. [20 Aug.], 10 Edw. I. [1282]. With seal of 
arms of "Robert Cocus." (Brookhill.) 
IS 



226 Offerton. 

1793. Grant from Alice fil. Rog. de Lacy de Hassop to Eustace 
de Hofnerton of two acres of land on Le Stobbing in Hoffnertoun. 
Witn. Roger le Archer, Thomas de Bocstons, Elias de Baumford, etc. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Brookhill.) 

1794. Grant from Robert le Raggede fil. Ric. le Raggede to William 
Fox of Offerton, of all the lands which he holds in the name of 
Matilda, his wife, in the fee and territory of Over Offerton, Nether 
Offerton, " vel Kauereshegge." Witn. William Hally, William Fohambe, 
Thomas his brother, Thomas de Langedon, Robert de Abbeney, parson 
of Bampford, Peter le Hore, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Brookhill.) 

1795. Grant from Robert le Raggedde fil. Ric. le Raggedde, jun., 
to William Fox of the land he had in the name of Matilda his wife, 
"in feodo solo," in Over and Nether Offerton. Witn. William Hally, 
William Foleiaumbe, Thomas his brother, etc. Late thirteenth century. 
(Brookhill.) 

1796. Quitclaim from Alice fil. Rob. le Hore to John Fox of 
Offerton of all the lands which he holds and which William Fox his 
father held in Offerton. Witn. William de Abbeney, William Hally, 
Robert le Heyr. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 1314. 
(Brookhill.) 

1797. Grant from Robert fil. Eustachii de Offerton to William 
fil. Joh. Fox of those two acres of land which he had by grant of 
his father in Offerton. Witn. William Hally, William de Abbeney, 
Robert de Edinsour, etc. Dat. S. a. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 
II Edw. II. [1317]. (Brookhill.) 

1798. Quitclaim from Richard del Strindes to William fil. Joh. 
Fox and Joan his wife of 16 acres of land in Offerton. Witn. John 
Foleiaumbe of Tiddiswelle, William de Abbeneye, Alexander de 
Abbeneye, etc. Dat. S. a. Michaelmas, 7 Edw. III. [1333]- (Brookhill.) 

1799. Grant from Richard Fox to Thomas Fox his son of a 
messuage and nine acres of land at Le Storthe in Over Offerton. Witn. 
Will, de Abbeneye, Thomas del Clogh, Richard del Clogh, etc. Dat. 
S. a. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 9-Edw. III. [1335]. (Brookhill.) 

1800. Grant from Thomas fil. Willelmi de Abney to William fil. 
Will. Fox de Offerton of a messuage, etc., on Le Storthe in Offerton. 
Dat. T. a. F. of St. Augustine [26 May], 17 Edw. III. [1343]. 
(Brookhill.) 

1 80 1. Grant from Thomas fil. Joh. Gardyner de Castelton and 
Agnes his wife to Richard Wyld de Abnay of 16 acres, etc., of land 
in Offerton. Witn. William de Bagshaze, Richard de eodem, Thomas 
Dicher, etc. Dat. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 2 Ric. II. [1379]. 
(Brookhill.) 

1802. Grant from Joan and Agnes fil. Hug. de Bircheld to Richard 
Wyld of Abenay of a messuage, etc., in Over Offerton. Dat. Nat. of 
St. John B. [24 June], 16 Ric. II. [1392]. (Brookhill.) 

1803. Grant from Adam le Ward and Agnes his wife to William 
de Bradshawe of lands in Over and Nethur Offerton. Dat. S. a. F. 
of St. Peter in cathedra [22 Feb.], 21 Ric. II. [1398]. (Brookhill.) 



Oslaston. 227 

1804. Lease, for 12 years, from John, son of Nicholas Fox, jun., 
of Offerton, to Thomas Fox of Schatton, of a messuage with three 
houses and lands. Dat. S. b. F. of Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 
1399. (Woll. viii. 5.) 

1805. Quitclaim from Margery fil. Rog. Barker of Hathersegg to 
John Wylde of Abneye of all the lands she inherited on the death 
of her mother in Offerton. Witn. Roger Massy of Hylowe, Richard 
Stafford, John Abney, etc. Dat. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 7 Hen. V. 
[14 1 9]. (Brookhill.) 

1806. Fine levied in Easter Term, 9 Hen. fil. Hen. [? Hen. V., 
142 1], before Robert Hull, John Cokayn, John Preston, William 
Babyngton, and John Martyn, Justices, whereby Thomas del Bank of 
Alkemonton and Joan his wife convey to John Wyld of Abbeney a 
messuage and sixteen acres of land in Offerton. (Brookhill.) 

1807. Lease from John Glossop of Wodesetys in Norton to Henry 
Foliaumbe of a messuage in Offerton called Le Storth, for 12 years. 
Dat. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 5 Edw. IV. [1465]. (Brookhill.) 

1808. Grant from Thomas Hawkysworth of Thornsyt to Robert 
Buntyng of all his lands in Offerton. Dat. 24 Nov., 15 Hen. VIL 
[1499]. (Brookhill.) 

1809. Quitclaim from Thomas Meverell, esq., to Thomas Wyld 
of Offerton in le Peke of two tenements in Offerton. Dat. 21 Apr., 
17 Hen. VII. [1502]. (Brookhill.) 

1810. Grant from Thomas Wylde to Thomas Barley, esq., of all 
his lands, etc., in Offerton in Hope. Dat. 26 July, 18 Hen. VIL 
[1503]. (Brookhill.) 

i8ii. Counterpart of lease from James Denton, LL.D., Dean, 
and the Chapter of Lichfield, to John Beresforde of Bradeley Asche 
of the tithes of Offerton, Abney, Abney Grange, Shatton Superior et 
Shatton Inferior, and Overton. Dat. 27 July, 1523. (Lichf. D. 18.) 

OFFERTON v. also under Bradwell. 

OLLERSETT. 

(Ollershedde.) 

1812. Inquisition made at Derby, 31 March, 3 Hen. VIII. 
[15 1 2], before Henry Cokayn, escheator of the King in the said 
county, and a jury, concerning the title to lands in Ollershedde, Whytyll, 
Shydyerd, Hayfeld, Holywodhed, and Bothom, co. Derb., from John 
Doncalfe, vicar of Prestbury, and Richard Shead, who was seised of 
them by charter dated Michs., 28 Hen. VI. [1449] to John Berd, son 
of Nicholas Berd, the present owner. (Jewitt's "Reliquary.") 

OSLASTON. 

18 13. Sale by William Coke, son and heir of William Coke of 
Trusley, gent., to Sir John Porte of Etwall, knt.. Justice of the King's 
Bench, of a messuage and lands in Oslaston, Trusley, and Thurvastone. 
Dat. 18 Mar., 21 Hen. VIII. [1530]. (Woll. xii. 107.) 

OSLASTON V. also under MONYASH. 



2 2 8 Osmaston. 

OSMASTON. 

(OSMUNDSTON.) 

1 8 14. Testimony of various clerical witnesses (past and present 
Rural Deans), examined in the Chapel of Osmundston [Osmaston] in 
Brailsford parish, as to whether that chapel was in the Deanery of 
Ashboum or " Castilar." Dat. Tu. a. F. of St. Kenelm [17 July], 1345. 
(Lichf. AA. 8.) 

OSMASTON V. also under MELBOURNE. 

OVERTON. 

1 8 15. Grant from Margery quondam uxor Radulphi Rerisby to 
Richard de Northegge of a toft, croft and bovate of land in Overton, 
and four plots of land in Clatercotes. Witn. William de Wynfield, 
Peter Pecke, Henry Knottyng, etc. Temp. Edw. III. (Foljambe.) 

OVERTON V. also under Bradwell, Offerton. 

PADLEY, NETHER. 

1 8 16. Lease from Henry Wyllyams, Dean, and the Chapter of 
Lichfield, of the tithes in Nether Padley, Lyttle Huclowe, and Caluor- 
infra-Hope, to Thomas Fitzherbert, knt. Dat. i Feb., i552[3]. 
(Lichf. D. 29.) 

PAKNAGE IN Brampton. 

(POCKNEDGE.) 

1817. Power of attorney to Katerine, widow of William Harlaston, 
to Roger Shaghe, to deliver seisin to Richard Stevenson and 
Matilda, wife of John Stevenson, of two messuages in Paknage. Dat. 
20 May, 23 Hen. VI. [1445]. (Woll. iii. 60.) 

PAKNAGE V. also under Brampton. 

PARWICH. 

(Perwich, Peuerwich, Peverwich, Pewerwich.) 

i8i8. Grant from Henry fil. Reginaldi de Peverwich to the church 
and monks of St. Mary of Gerwedon [Garendon, co. Leic], of half an 
acre of arable land in the field of Pewerwich, lying on " le Middelfur- 
long subtus le Ringes " and on Bleccheringes. Witn. Geoffrey fil. 
Randulfi, Henry fil. Rogeri, Henry fil. Galfridi, Adam de Leie, etc. 
Temp. Hen. III. (Eg. 454.) 

1819. Grant, in soul alms, from Emma fil. Robert! Hakkefot of 
Peuerwiche, widow, " post mortem Gaufridi," her husband, to the 
church and monks of Gerondon [Garendon, co. Leic], of two roods of 
land in the territory of Peuerwich, one rood lying on Middilhil, and 
the other between Ringweye and Flaxdale. Witn. William, capellanus, 
Henry fil. Henrici, Geoifrey fil. Ranulfi de Peuerwich, Adam de Stan- 
lowe, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Campb. xv. 13.) 



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1820. Grant from Ralph fil. Petri fil. Haylwardi de Peuirwich to 
Robert de Acouere of a bovate of land in Peuirwich, which the said 
Peter his father held from Henry fil. Rogeri de Peuirwich. Witn. 
Robert de Esseburn, Jordan de Snitterton, Roger de Wednesle, Henry 
de Alsop, Robert de Thorp, Henry de Ylum, William de Leya. Tem-^. 
Edw. I. (Okeover.) 

1821. Grant from Henry fil. Galfridi de Peuirwich to Robert de 
Acauere of his toft on "le Halleclif," in which there is a spring before 
the gate nearest the toft of Roger fil. Joce [? in Parwich]. Witn. 
Robert de Esseburn, Jordan de Snitterton, Roger de Wednesle, Henry 
de Alsop, Robert de Thorp, Robert de Wednesl', William de Leya. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Okeover.) 

1822. Grant from Hugh del Wycheges to Dom. John de Dene, 
knt., of all the lands in Perwich and Alsop which he acquired on 
the death of Mag. Andrew de Essebume, whose heir he is. Witn. Dom. 
Roger de Bradebume, knt., Dom. Henry de Kneveton, lent., John de 
Bradeburne, etc. [? Fourteenth century.] (D. A. J. viii. 19.) 

1823. Quitclaim from Edward Salysbery of Rythlond, son and 
heir of Ralph Salysbery, to Humphrey Bradboum of Hough, of various 
lands in Parwich. Dat. 6 Oct., 16 Hen. VII. [1500]. (Bemrose.) 

PARWICH V. also under Ashbourne, Bradburn, Callow, 

DUFFIELD, SOMERSALL, WiRKSWORTH. 

PEAK, THE 

1824. Memorandum from the Archdeacon of York to the Abbot 
of Burton, reciting that Pope Innocent had instructed him to adjudicate 
between the Archdeacon of Derby and the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield, in the dispute as to archidiaconal rights over churches within 
the peculiar jurisdiction of the Peak. Contending parties appeared 
at York. Decision given against the Archdeacon. Dat apud Rusmareis, 
Mor. of St. Laurence [11 Aug.], 1246. (Lichf. Y. i.) 

1825. Inquisition taken at Bakewell before Proctors of the Dean 
and Chapter of Lichfield and of the Dean of Lincoln, as to the tithes 
in the Peak pertaining to Lenton Priory [co. Notts.]. Circ. 1250. 
(Lichf. MM. I.) 

1826. Short particulars as to the tithes of hay "spoiled" in the 
Peak district by Lenton Priory, . with " nomina villarum parochie de 
Tideswell vnde prior spoliauit decimas vi et armis." Circ. 1250. 
(Lichf. MM. 2.) 

1827. Report of the Archdeacon of St. Albans to the Pope as 
to the failure of different commissions to settle the dispute between 
the Dean and Chapter concerning the Peak churches and Lenton 
Priory. Dat. 1251. (Lichf. MM. 3.) 

1828. Inspeximus from Roger, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, of 
a sealed instrument of William, his predecessor, dated Whitsun Tuesday, 
setting forth the settlement of a dispute between Lenton Priory and 
the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, viz., that the Prior, etc., " percipient 
duas partes omnium decimationum dominicorum W. Peverell tam 
cultorum quam colendorum ... in caxtis monachorum quas 
habuit de W. Peverell, capitulum vero Lychefeld tertiam partem omnium 
predictorum," etc., with a third part of the tithe of lead. Dat. Heywood, 
V. Id. Mart. [11 Mar.], i25i[2]. (Lichf. MM. 4.) 



230 The Peak. 

1829. Covenant from Henry de Lexinton, Dean of Lincoln, and 
lessee of the Peak tithes, to pay fourteen marks per annum to Lenten 
Priory. Dat. Lincoln, xiiii. Mar., i252[3]. (Lichf. MM. 7.) 

1830. *AwARD of Papal Commissioners in the Lenton strife, given 
at St. Mary's, Leicester. Dat. 1252. 

1 83 1. Composition between the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield 
and Lenton Priory, as to the commuting of the Peak tithes due to 
Lenton Priory, according to the Leicester judgment. Made in the 
church of Bakewell by Ralph de Cubbel', Robert de Radeford, and 
John, Vicar of Ashbourne. Dat. 1253. (Lichf. MM. 10.) 

1832. Tithe and mortuary rolls of the Peak jurisdiction; 1254-1476. 
(Lichf. E. 1-37.) 

1833. Indenture between the Dean and Chapter and R , 

Prior of Lenton, touching the tithes of Baucwell, Hopa, and Tideswell, 
" provenientium de dominicis que fuerunt Willelmi Peverelli." Circ. 
170. (Lichf. MM. 12.) 

1834. List of tithes in the Peak Jurisdiction payable to Lenton 
Priory according to an inquisition held on the F. of the Nativity of 
the B. V. M. [Sept. 8], 1272. (Lichf. MM. 13.) 

1835. Inquisition of Lenton tithes in Peak Jurisdiction, taken at 
Tideswell twenty-two years after the "spoliation." Dat. 1274. (Lichf. 
MM. 14.) 

1836. A LONG roll concerning the renewed contention between the 
Dean and Chapter of Lichfield and Lenton Priory, wherein are recited 
five royal charters or letters of Edw. I. bearing on the dispute. Dat. 
1278. (Lichf. MM. 15.) 

1837. AccoMPT-ROLLS of the Peak Jurisdiction. Temp. Edw. I. 
—[1524]. (Lichf. F. 5.) 

1838. List of granges in the Peak Jurisdiction, apparently drawn 
up for purposes of national taxation. Temp. Edw. I. (Lichf. H. i.) 

1839. Bailiffs' roll of the Peak Jurisdiction. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Lichf. F. I.) 

1840. IGrant from Robert, son of Adam le Wyne, to Robert, son 
of Ingelram, of all his land at Leitegvil in the Peak. Thirteenth 
century. (Pole-Gell.) 

1841. Profit roll of the Peak churches, pensions, mortuaries, etc., 
with names in full. Dat. 1340. (Lichf. E. 15.) 

1842. Summary of receipts from the Peak Jurisdiction. Dat. 
1340. (Lichf. F. 6.) 

1843. Letters patent of Queen Philippa, granting licence to 
William le Eyr, forester in fee of the Forest of High Peak, to perform 
his office of custody there by deputy. Dat. at Woodstock, 24 Dec, 
19 Edw. HI. [1345]. (Lansd. 114.) 

* Printed in Derbyshire Arch. Journal, Vol. V., p. 157. 

+ Could not be found at Hopton : taken from Hist Comm. Report IX., App. ii. 
403' 



Honour of Peverel. 2 3 1 

1844. Power of attorney from Thomas, son of Sir Richard de 
Byngham, knt., to Master Simon de Botelesford, master of the schools 
of Neuwerk [Newark, co. Notts.], to receive rents in the Peak from 
John Den of Stantonleyez, and Richard, Rector of Byngham [Bingham, 
CO. Notts.]. Dat. Neuwerk, F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 19 Edw. III. 
[1345]. (Won. ii. 25.) ^' ^ 

1845. Grant in tail from King Edward III. to John his son, Duke 
of Lancaster [called] King of Castile and Leon, (in consideration of 
his surrender of the Earldom and honours of Richmond), of the castle, 
manor, and honour of Tykhill [co. York], and of the castle and manor 
of High Peak, with the knight's fee thereto belonging, and those granted 
to the King by Robert de Lisle, knt., besides various advowsons, manors, 
and honours in several counties. Witn. W[illiam Whittlesey], Abp. of 
Canterbury, and other members of the Council, John Knyvet, Will, de 
Francheden, John Moubray, Thomas de Ingelby, William de Wychyng- 
ham, Roger de Mells, John de Cauendissh. Dat. 25 June, 46 Edw. III. 
[1372]. Great seal. (Cott. xv. i. and D. of L.) 

1846. Confirmation from King Richard II. of the above charter. 
Dat. Westminster, 15 Sept., 1377. (D. of L.) 

1847. Terrier-rolls of property in the Peak Jurisdiction. Four- 
teenth century. (Lichf. F. 2, 3.) 

1848. Account-rolls of the Peak Jurisdiction, with lists of mor- 
tuaries; 1400-1524. (Lichf. F. 8-14.) 

1849. Inquisition taken before Henry Vernon, esq., Steward, 
Master of the forests of George, Duke of Clarence, of the Forest of 
High Peak. Dat. 6 Nov., 11 Edw. IV. [1471]. (Woll. x. 66.) 

1850. Bond given by William Bagshawe of Hope and his sureties 
of .£200 to the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, upon his being appointed 
Receiver-General of tithes, etc., in the Peak District. Dat. 17 May, 
22 Hen. VII. [1507]. (Lichf. D. 12.) 

1 85 1. Valuation of property of the Chapter of Lichfield, in the 
Peak Jurisdiction, made upon survey; 1523. (Lichf. F. 13.) 

1852. Copy of "Valor Ecclesiasticus " as to Lenton tithes in the 
Peak. Temf. Hen. VIII. (Lichf. MM. 17.) 

PEAK, HIGH, V. also under TiDESWELL. 

PEVEREL, HONOUR OF. 

1853. Letters patent directing the knights, freemen, foresters, and 
others on the honor and castle of [Peverel] and forest of High Peak 
to be respondent to John de Warenne, Earl of Surrey, to whom the 
King has granted the said honor, castle, and forest for life, as fully as 
they were held by William Peverel before they escheated to the crown, 
at a yearly rent of 437 marcs, ds. Sd. Dat. 19 Edw. III. [1345]. 
(P. R. O. A. 210.) 

1854. Lease, for twenty-one years, from Harry Eland of Baseford 
[Basford, co. Notts.], esq., to Harry Foliaumbe of Waltone, esq., of 
the office of the " Bailliship " of the Honor of Peverell, in the Hundred 
of Scarsdale, at the death of Margaret, wife of Richard Prudhomme. 
Dat. 24 June, 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. (Woll. ii. 69.) 



232 Honour of Peverel. 

1855. Acquittance from Richard Purdon of Scleford to Henry 
Foliambe of Walton, esq., for 2o.f. due at Pentecost, for the farm of 
the Bailiff of the Honour of Peverel, by reason of the dower of his, 
the said Richard's, wife, and for los. due at Martinmas. Dat. F. of 
All Saints' [i Nov.], 21 Edw. IV. [1481]. (Foljambe.) 

1856. Acquittance from Henry Eland of Baseford [Basford, 
CO. Notts.], to Henry Foliambe, lord of Walton, esq., for £^20 in full 
payment of £,i^o due to him for the office of Bailiif of the Honour of 
Peverel in the Wapentake of Scaresdalle. Witn. John Page, gent., 
John Foliambe, gent., John Scha, etc. Dat. Baseford, F. of St. George 
[23 Apr.], 21 Edw. IV. [1481]. (Foljambe.) 

1857. Acquittance from Richard Pnidhome of Slefford, co. Line, 
to Henry Foliambe of Waltone, esq., of 20s. for farm of the bailiwick 
of the honor of Peverell, being the dower of Margaret, his wife. Dat. 
F. of St. Leonard [6 Nov.], 22 Edw. IV. [1482]. (Woll. ii. 70.) 

1858. Acquittance from Richard Prudhome of Sleforde [co. Line], 
and Margaret, his wife, to Henry Foliambe of Walton, esq., for 205. 
due at Martinmas for the farm of the bailiwick of the Honour of 
Peverel. Dat. F. of St. Katherine [25 Nov.], i Rich. III. [1483]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1859. Grant from Henry Eylande of Basford, co. Notts., " squier," 
to Henry Foliambe of Walton, " squier," of the office of " Baillyship 
of y^ honour and fee of Peverell in Scarresdale " for forty vears. Dat. 
5 June, 3 Hen. VII. [1488]. (Foljambe.) 

PILSBURY V. under Chelmorton. 



PILSLEY IN Edensor. 

(PiLLESLEY, PYLLESLEY.) 

i860. Grant from William, vicarius de Castleton, John de 
Longesden, clericus, and William le Meter, capellanus, to Godfrey 
Foliaumbe and Thomas his son of all their demesne in Pillesley which 
they had of the grant of Robert de Yrland and Laurence de Schryven- 
ham, late vicar of Tiddeswell. Witn. John Foliaumbe of Longesdon, 
John de Stafford, etc. Dat. S. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 1360. 
(Foljambe.) 

1 86 1. Grant from John de Assewell, parson of Makworth, John, 
vicar of Spondon, William Monyash, vicar of Duffeld, Roger Tippeshelf, 
chaplain, and William Michel, chaplain, to Thomas, son of Godfrey 
Foliaumbe, for life, of all the lands which they had of the grant of 
Godfrey Foliaumbe in Pillesley, with the mill of Edenessoure, with 
remainder to the said Godfrey and Avyne his wife. Witn. Richard 
Vernon, lent., Richard de Wynfeld, etc. Dat. Bauquell, M. a. F. of 
Annun. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 50 Edw. III. [1376]. (Foljambe.) 

PILSLEY V. also under Darley. 



Pinxton. 233 

PINXTON. 

(Penchiston, Pencuston, Penkeston, Penkeston 

NORMANTON, PyNKESTON, PyNKESTON AND NORMANTON, 

Pynkston, Pynkstone.) 

1862. Grant from Robert fil. Will, de Aufertone to Ralph le 
Poher (with the consent of Ranulph, the latter's brother), of Normanton, 
to hold by one knight's fee, and Penchiston, to hold by a fourth part 
of a knight's fee. Witn. William, Abbas de bello capite [Beauchief], 
William de Leche, John de Leche, Robert de Leche, Robert de Waleton, 
Peter de Herthil, Roger de Alreton, Henry de Edwalton. Early 
Hen. III. (Woll. x. 46.) 

1863. Defeasance by Alverey de Sulney, chev., to Will, de Wine, 
chev., of a bond for 100 marks, on condition that he observes certain 
covenants entered into respecting the manors of Pencuston and 
Normonston, and the advowsons of the churches there. Dat. Sat. a. 
F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 30 Edw. III. [1356]. French. (Woll. x. 47.) 

1864. Grant from Alured de Sulney, knt., to William de Mielton, 
John de Bollehawe, and Adam Toralde, chaplains, of the manor of 
Penkeston, with the hamlet of Normanton and the advowsons of the 
churches there, also the manors of Blacwelle [nr. Alfreton], and 
Wylingham, with appurtenances in Orby, co. Line, and the manor of 
Basford, co. Notts. Witn. Walter de Mungumry, John de Gresleie, 
Will. Bakepuz, knts., Robert Franceys, etc. Dat. Blacwelle, S. b. F. 
of St. Barnabas [11 June], 43 Edw. III. [1369]- (Woll. x. 48.) 

1865. Grant from William de Mielton, John de Bolhawe, and 
Adam Torald, chaplains, to Alured de Sulny, knt., of a rent of ;£ioo 
from the manor of Penkeston, with the hamlet of Normanton and 
Blacwelle. Witn. Nicholas de Longeford, Henry de Braylesford, 
Robert Trusbutes, knts., etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 
43 Edw. III. [1369]. (Woll. X. 51.) ■ 

1866. Grant from Aluered de Sulne, knt., to John de Pynkeston 
of a messuage and lands in Holbroke, in the fields of Pynkeston and 
Kyrkeby [Kirkby, co. Notts.], which William, son of Hugh de Denby, 
held of Dionisia le Wyne, Lady of Pynkeston; rent, 6^. lofi. ; the 
said John to pay in addition 6^. id. for heriot. Witn. Robert de 
Langetone, Robert de Brynnesley, John Cutte, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of 
St. Martin [11 Nov.], 49 Edw. III. [1375]. (Woll. x. 49.) 

1867. Release from Thomas Foliambe, of co. Derby, and Robert 
Longhanj, of co. Leicester, to Thomas Stafford, knt., and Alice, his 
wife, and Nicholas de Langford, knt., and Margery, his wife, of the 
manor of Penkeston and Normanton, excepting the advowson of the 
church of Normanton, and to the grantors and the heirs of the said 
Robert a rent of £,1.2 from the said manor. Dat. M. b. Pentecost 
[8 May], 14 [Ric. II., 1391]. (Woll. x. 52.) 

1868. Grant in trust from Thomas [Langley], Bishop of Durham, 
Ralph Sy . . . , [Nicholas] Mountgomery, knts., and Roger Venables, 
parson of Rowstome, to Thomas Chaworthe, knt., of rents after the 
death of Ralph Longford, knt., and Margaret his wife, and of George 
Longford, esq., until the majority of Nicholas, son and heir of the 
said Ralph, out of two parts of the manors of Pynkeston, Normanton, 
and Blakwelle. Dat. 12 Nov., i Hen. VI. [1399]. (Woll. xi. 47.) 



2 34 Pinxton. 

1869. Grant from Margery de Longford, widow of Nicholas de 
Longford, knt., to the Abbot of Welbek [Welbeck, co. Notts.], the 
Prior of Thurgartone [Thurgarton, co. Notts.], John B[el]lasys, parson 
of Halwynfeld, Thomas Chelastone, parson of Normanton, and WilHam 
Smalley, parson of Morton, of a pourparty of the manor of Pynkeston 
and Normanton, excepting the advowson of the church of Normanton, 
and a rent of ^b (with a clause of distraint), for a chaplain to pray 
for the soul of Alured Sulny, knt., in the church of Neutone Sulny, 
conceded by Nicholas de Longford and his wife. Witn. John Dercy, 
Thomas Chaworthe, knts., Henry Perpunt, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of 
St. Martin [11 Nov.], 10 Hen. IV. [1408]. (Woll. x. 57.) 

1870. Fine levied at Westminster on F. of Pur. of B. V. Mary 
[2 Feb.], 13 Hen. [IV. ? 1412], whereby Richard Chderhowe, esq., 
and Margery his wife deliver, for 100 marks, to Richard Lassy, Thomas 
Grey, sen., and John, son of John Cliderhowe, a moiety of the manor 
of Penkeston Normanton, and a fourth part of the manors of Newton 
Solney and Blakwell. (Woll. x. 53.) 

1871. Release from John, son of John de Cliderhowe, to Richard 
Lassy, of the moiety of the manor of Penkeston Normanton, and the 
fourth part of the manor of Neweton Sulny and Blakewelle, and of 
lands in Baseford [Basford, co. Notts.], which the said John held with 
the aforesaid Richard, and Thomas Grey, sen., from Richard Cliderhowe, 
esq., and Margery, his wife. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 
13 Hen. IV. [i4r2]. (Woll. x. 54.) 

1872. Confirmation by Alice, widow of Thomas de Stafford, 
knt., and sister and one of the heirs of John Sulney, knt., to William 
de Kirkeby, of a messuage and lands in Penkeston and four acres 
of land in Kirkeby in Asshefeld [Kirkby-in-Ashfield, co. Notts.], " pro 
quodam certo," to be paid yearly at her court of Penkeston; rent, a 
rose. Dat. 10 Dec, 7 Hen. V. [1419]. (Woll. x. 55.) 

•873. Quitclaim from Alice, sometime wife of Thomas Stafford, 
knt., to Nicholas Strelley, knt., Nicholas Wymbyssh, clerk, John 
Horspole, clerk, William Chilwell, chaplain, of half her manor of 
Pynkeston and Normanton, a fourth part of her manor of Blakwelle 
with appurtenances in Pynkeston and Normanton, Blakwelle, and 
Kyrkeby, with the advowsons of the churches of Pynkeston and 
Normanton. Witn. Henry Somers, Chancellor of the Exchequer, 
Thomas Chaworth, knt, Robert Beeston. Dat. i Feb., 8 Hen. V. 
[1421]. (Brookhill.) 

1874. Grant from Richard de Radclyf, rector of Longford, Nicholas 
de Clayton, and William del Byrches of Ryssheom, to Ralph, son of 
the fourth Nicholas de Longford, knt., of the manors of Pynkeston 
and Norm[anton], Newton Sulny, and Blakewell, with lands in Baseford 
[Basford, co. Notts.]. Witn. Nicholas de Muntgomere, knt., Henry 
del Bothe, Richard Browne, etc. Dat. 28 June, 2 Hen. VI. [1424]. 
(Woll. x. 56.) 

1875. Grant from William Kirkeby of Pynkeston to John Kirkeby, 
his son, of a croft, etc., in Pynkeston called Normancroft. Witn. 
Jacobus Whitword, Richard Richardson, Roger Newton, etc. Dat. 
26 Jan., 22 Edw. IV. [1483]. (Trusley.) 



Pinxton. 235 

1876. Quitclaim from William Kirkeby of Pynkeston, jun., son 
and heir of William Kirkeby, to John Kirkeby of Pynkeston, of a 
croft in Pynkeston abutting on the common lane, and called Norman- 
croft. Dat. 3 Feb., 22 Edw. IV. [1483]. (Trusley.) 

1877. Grant from John Kyrkeby of Selston, fil. Will. Kyrkby de 
Pynkeston to Ralph Savage de Novo Loco in Shirwod, Edmund Savage, 
clerk, and John Walker, of a croft in Pynkeston called Normancroft, 
abutting on the land of Ralph Longeforde. Witn. James Mason, 
Reginald Ratcliffe, Thomas Gyne. Dat. Tu. b. F. of St. Nicholas 
[6 Dec], 3 Hen. VII. [1487]. Fine seal of Felley Priory is attached. 
(Brookhill.) 

1878. Quitclaim from William Kyrkby de Pynkestona to Ralph 
Savage of Newsted, Edmund Savage, and John Walkere, of a croft in 
Pynkeston called Normancitoft.', Witn. Thomas Gunthorp, Prior de 
Novo Loco in Shyrwod [Newstead-in-Sherwood], Jacobus Savage de 
Lyndeby, esquire, John Savage de Hakenall, esquire. Dat. apud 
Felleya, F. of St. Silvester, Pope [31 Dec], 3 Hen. VII. [1487]. 
(Brookhill.) 

1879, 1880. Grant and release from William Kyrkby of Pynkston to 
John Leek, arm., of a messuage and bovate of land in the lordship 
of Pynkston, with all his lands, etc., in cos. Notts, and Derby. Witn. 
Roger Hardwyk of Hardwyk, John Leek of Steynesby, William Wryght 
of Stanley. Dat. apud Pynkston, 12 Nov., 5 Hen. VII. [1489]. The 
seal of Wm. Gunthorpe, Prior of Newstead, is attached to the release. 
(Brookhill.) 

1 88 1. Quitclaim from William Kyrkby of Pynkston, jun., son and 
heir of William Kyrkby of Pynkston, sen., to John Leeke, arm., of a 
messuage and bovate of land in the lordship of Pynkstone or in the 
parish of Kyrkeby, with all his lands in cos. Notts, and Derby. Witn. 
Thomas Leeke, bailiff of Chesterfield, Edward Savage, rector of Heth, 
William Bentte, rector of Sutton-in-lee-Dale. Dat. i June, 5 Hen. VII. 
[1490]. (Brookhill.) 

1882. Grant from Ralph Savage de Novo Loco in Shirwode 
[Newstead], Edmund Savage, clerk, and John Walker of Harstoft, to 
Thomas Saucheverell, son of William Saucheuerell, of the croft, etc., 
called Normancroft ih Pynkeston. Witn. Thomas Langton, Robert 
Kyrkby, gent., John Mortram, etc. Dat. Pynkeston, i Oct., 12 Hen. VII. 
[1496]. (Brookhill.) 

1883. Particulars of suit brought at Derby by Christopher 
FitzRandolff against Thomas Saucheverell, lately of London, gent., 
Robert Whitworth, and other husbandmen of Pynkeston, for breaking 
the said Christopher's enclosure, killing tv/o oxen, and doing other 
enormities at Pynkeston. A day is appointed for settling the case 
amicably. Dat. Easter Term, 18 Hen. VII. [1503]. (Brookhill.) 

1884. Grant from John Leeke of Sutton-in-le-Dale, sen., esquire, 
to Symon Dygby, esq., Thomas Saucheuerell, late of Kyrkby-in- 
Asshfeld, gent., William Clerkson, and Laurence Neweton of Pynkston, 
yeoman, of all his lands in Pynkston, co. Derby, and Kyrkby-in-Asshfeld, 
CO. Notts. ; with power of attorney to Robert Daubeney and Elias 
Rychardson to give seisin. Dat. at Sutton-in-le-Dale, 18 Dec, 
19 Hen. VII. [1503]. (Brookhill.) 



236 Pinxton. 

1885. Copy of grant from Thomas Sacheverell to Thomas Suthworth, 
rector of Normanton, John Pypys of Normanton, John Rechardson of 
Pynkeston, Geofifrey Cowper of Horsley Woodhous, of lands in Kirkby- 
in-Ashfield [co. Notts.], and Pynkeston, co. Derb. Dat. 16 Hen. VIII. 
[1524-5]. (Brookhill.) 

1886. Covenant between Thomas Wodwarde of Horseley, co. Derby, 
yeoman, and Isabell his wife, and Thomas Sawcheuerell,' son of the said 
Isabel and brother and heir of the late Henry Sawcheuerell, by the 
mediation of Henry Stathom, William Johnson, George Heythcote, 
Rauff Sawcheverell, and William Bulkar, concerning the inheritance of 
the said Thomas as to the jointure and dower of his said mother 
Isabel, widow of the late Thomas Saucheverell, sen., whereby it is 
agreed that the said Thomas Sacheverell, jun., shall execute a deed 
settling on his mother and her now husband the land called " Broke- 
hylle " (now held on lease from Rauf Langeforde, knt.), with all his 
lands lying in Penkeston field, to the yearly value of 1 2S., and " a litell 
howse calde Magge Howse," of the yearly value of 2S., for her life, 
subject to the yearly payment of 4^. to the said Thomas Saucheverell, 
etc. Dat. 4 Oct., 29 Hen. VIII. [1537]. (Brookhill.) 

PLAISTOW. 

(Plastowe.) 

1887. Grant from William de Plastowe to Richard de Codintone 
of a messuage and land in Plastowe. Witn. Geoffrey de Dethek, Peter 
de Wakebrugge, Robert de Codyntone, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. James 
[25 July], 9 Edw. II. [1320]. (Woll. vi. 51.) 

1888. Grant from Richard de Codintone to Nicholas Pistor 
[Baker] of Cruch, of lands which he had of William de Plastowe in 
Plastowe. Witn. Dom. William, vicar of Cruche [Crych], Geofifrey 
de Dethek, Peter de Wakebrugge, Geoffrey de Plastowe, etc. Dat. 
Cruch, F. of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 14 Edw. II. [1320]. (Woll. 
vi. 52.) 

1889. Grant from Richard fil. Galfridi de Plastowe to William 
de Wakebrugge of a messuage and lands in Plastowe, in the fee of 
Shukthorne, in the parish of Cruche. Witn. Dom. William de Baliden, 
chaplain, Henry de Cotyngtone, John de Whetecroft, etc. Dat. Cruch, 
S. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 28 Edw. III. [1354]. (Woll. vi. 53.) 

1890. Lease, for twelve years, from William de Kynardseye to 
William de Wakebrugge, Elizabeth his wife, and Richard Davys [?], 
chaplain, of the manor of [Plastowe ?] and lands in La Lee, Alveleye, 
Holdweye, Wetecroft, and Plastowe ; rent, 52^. Dat. La Lee, Th. in 
Whitsun-week [i June], 31 Edw. III. [1357]. (Woll. vi. 54.) 

1 89 1. Lease, for twenty-one years, from John, son of William 
Doule of Plastowe, to William de Wakbrugge, of a messuage and 
lands in Plastowe in Cruch; rent, a rose annually, and after the period 
of the lease, 205. Witn. John fil. Roberti de Lee, Henry le Spenser, 
Robert Shepherd, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 
32 Edw. III. [1358]. (Woll. vi. 56.) 

1892. Grant from William Doule of Plastowe to Roger de 
Bradburne, William Blount, chaplain, John Deacone, and others, of a 
messuage and lands in Plastowe which belonged to John his brother. 
Witn. William de Rollestone of La Lee, Roger Cubbelle, Adam del 
Hulle, etc. Dat. Wakebrugge, 11 Nov., 5 Ric. II. [1381]. (Woll. 
vi- 57-) 



Pleas ley. 237 

PLEASLEY. 

(Plesele, Pleseley, Pleseleye, Plesileg.) 

1893. Grant from Robert de Wilheby to William fil. Sanson of 
a toft and croft in the vill of Plesileg', with a bovate of land in the 
territory of Plesileg'; rent, 45. Witn. Dom. Roger Deincurt, Dom. 
William, rector ecclesie de Plesileg', Hugh de Dukemonton, Roger de 
Sidenal, Alan fil. Hugonis, etc. Late Hen. III. (Lansd. 596.) 

1894. Grant from Thomas fil. Joh. de Schirebrok to Ralph fil. 
Willelmi Sampson de Pleseley of that bovate of land which Walter 
le Charetter formerly held of Nicholas de BoUesouer, grandfather of 
the said Thomas in Pleseley. Witn. Hugh Stuffyn, Thomas fil. 
Hugonis de Pleseley, Gilbert le Parker de eadem, Thomas super- 
grenam de eadem, Simon de Bateley. Temp. Edw. I. (Lansd. 597.) 

1895. Grant from Robert Sampson of Pleseleye to John his son 
of a messuage, croft, etc., and a bovate of land in the vill and fee 
of Pleseleye which were formerly held by Robert Sampson, his father. 
Witn. Hugh Stuffin of Schirebroc, Thomas fil. Johaimis de Schirebroc, 
Richard Sampson, Gilbert le Warde, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Lansd. 598.) 

1896. Deed whereby Thomas [Beck], Menevensis Episcopus [Bishop 
of St. David's], grants that the Prior and Convent of Felley may hold 
certain lands and tenements in his fee of Pleseleya, for which the 
said Prior, etc., has been accustomed to perform customs and services 
according to their charters held from previous Bishops of St. David's, 
by performing personal service (viz., of the Prior or one of his Canons) 
at the Bishop's two great courts at Michaelmas and Easter, and by 
paying yearly 2S. 8d. for the tenement which the Priory holds of the 
grant of R. de la Bache; the said Prior being exempted from summons 
to the Bishop's Court for trial of thieves, etc., or other law business, 
and the said Bishop hereby takes the Priory under his protection 
like their other men and tenants " penes dominam Constanciam de 
Byeme et alios dominos de Tykehall capitales dominos feodi nostri 
predicti." For which privileges the Priory grants to the Bishop nine 
acres of land in Estefeld in the field of Pleseleya, lying on Ballehoue, 
and Langthwaytes. Witri. Dom. Henry de Perepount, Dom. William 
de Steynesby, milites, Hugh de Rodmerthwayt, Robert le Graunt, 
Hugh Stoffyn, William Pyte, Jordan de Sutton, Gilbert le Parker, Thomas 
le Breton. [1280-1293.] (Harl. 43 I. 16.) 

1897. Letters patent of Edward L, granting permission to 
Thomas [Beck], Menevensis Episcopus [Bishop of St. David's], "quod 
mansum suum de Plesele in comitatu Derbeye muro de petra et calce 
firmare et kernellare et illud sic firmatum et kamellatum tenere possit 
sibi," etc. Dat. apud Bristoll, i Jan., anno 13 [1285]. Great seal. 
(Harl. 43 C. 52.) 

1898. Grant from Robert Trussebutte, knight, to Sir Ralph de 
Neville, lord of Raby, of a rent issuing out of lands and tenements 
in Pleselay and Rodmanthuayt. Dat. 28 April, 1359. (P. R. O., 
B. 2887.) 

1899. Conveyance from John fil. Dom. Johannis de Wylughby, 
militis, to Dom. William, Dominus de Huntyngfeld, Dom. William de 
Skypewith, Dom. William de Belesby, milites, Mag. Thomas de 
Friskenay, persona ecclesie de Wylughby, and Dom. Adam de Lymbergh, 



238 Pleas ley. 

of six manors in co. Lincoln, other manors in cos. Northt. and Cambs., 
and the manor of Pleselay, co. Derby; to hold during the life of the 
said John at a yearly rent of a thousand marks. Witn. Dom. Walter 
de Hamby, Dom. William de Gyppeworth, Dom. Peter Chauant, 
milites, William de Stayne. Dat. apud Wylughby, F. of St. Thomas 
[21 Dec], 35 Edw. III. [1361]. (Harl. 58 A. 48.) 

PLEASLEY V. also under ASHOVER. 
PLUMLEY V. under Brampton, Westwell. 

POSTERN IN DUFFIELD. 

1900. Covenant whereby Antony Lowe, gent., for the fee of \d. 
per diem, grants to Roger Meynours, esq., " Serjaunt of the King's 
Celler," the custody of the Park of Postern, during the nonage of 
Henry Bradshaw, son and heir of John Bradshaw, deceased. Dat. 
22 May, 15 Hen. VIIL [1523]. (WoU. iii. 95.) 

POTLOK V. under DOVERIDGE, WiLLlNGTON. 

PRIESTCLIFFE. 

(Presclif, Prestcleve, Prestclif, Prestcliff, Presteclef, 

Prestecleve, Presteclif, Prestecliff, Prestecliffe, 

Presteclyve.) 

1 90 1. Grant from Roger Coterel de Prestecleve to Roger fitzHenry 
of Schirley of an acre of land in Prestcleve. Witn. Hen. FitzYve, 
John le Gierke, etc. Temp. Edw. II. French. (Add. 8073.) 

1902. Grant from Adam fil. Rog. Coterel to Roger his son of a 
messuage, etc., in Presteclif. Witn. Roger fil. Ade Coterel, John 
Asser, John Hervy, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 
19 Edw. III. [1345]. (Foljambe.) 

1903. Grant from Robert fil. Thome en le Dale of Loggusdon 
to Roger fil. Ade Coturel of half an acre of land in Presteclif. Witn. 
John Asser, Adam Coturel, John Hervy, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of 
St. Peter [? 22 Feb.], 20 Edw. III. [1346]. (Foljambe.) 

1904. Grant from Henry fil. Ricardi atte Lydgate de Prestclif 
to John fil. Thome de Molendino, sen., of half an acre of land in 
Gratclifdale. Witn. John Hervy, Adam Coterel, William Andrea, etc. 
Dat. Easter Day [20 Apr.], 22 Edw. III. [1348]. (Bemrose.) 

1905. Grant from Dyota fil. Will. Hug. de PrestecHf to Roger fil. 
Ade Coterel of an acre of land in Presteclef, lying in Le Brodewei. 
Witn. Roger Asser, Adam Coupemon, John le Knith, etc. Dat. S. a. 
F. of St. Cedda, Bp. [7 Jan.], 24 Edw. III. [1350]. (Foljambe.) 

1906. Grant from Thomas fil. Ade Coterell to Robert fil. Ade 
fil. Johannis of three roods of land in Presteclif lying on Lastenfer- 
long. Witn. John Hervy, Thomas fil. Ricardi, William fil. Thome, 
etc. Dat. F. of St. Thomas, M. [29 Dec], 27 Edw. III. [1353]. 
(Bemrose.) 

1907. Grant from Adam Coupmon of Presteclyve to Roger 
Coterel of half an acre of land in Presteclyve lying on " Lastonstorleg." 
Witn. Roger Asser, Henry Dycon, Adam Coterel, etc. Dat. Sat. b. 
Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug], 34 Edw. III. [1360]. (Foljambe.) 



Qtmrndon, 239 

1908. Grant from Ralph Coterell of Tadynton to John fil. 
Galfndi de Biyghtrichefeld of half an acre of land in the field of 
Prestecliffe lying upon Aldworthing. Witn. John Lumbard of Tadynton, 
John Hervy, Thomas Coterell, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Cedda, Bp. 
[7 Jan.], 51 Edw. III. [1377]. (Foljambe.) 

1909. Grant from Nicholas Coterell of Tadynton to John de 
Bnghtrichefeld of land in Prestecliff lying in Grattecliffedale, Alde- 
worthinges, etc. Witn. Roger Asser, Robert le Mulner, Roger Hervy, 
etc. Dat. M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 5 Ric. II. [1382]. 
(Foljambe.) 

1910. Grant from Cecilia, dau. of Henry Coterell, to Dom. Adam 
Coterell and Thomas Coterell of all her lands, etc., in Prestecliff. 
Witn. Henry Swannyld, Roger Asser, John Knyght, etc. Dat. W. b. 
Trinity [5 June], 7 Ric. II. [1384]. (Foljambe.) 

191 1. Grant from Roger Hervy to John, son of Geoffrey de 
Brythrychefeld, of thirteen acres of land in Presclif which he had of 
the grant of John del Assher and Alice his wife. Witn. Thomas 
Coterel, John Hervy, John Dycon, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Katherine 
[25 Nov.], 1390. (Foljambe.) 

1912. Grant from William fil. Roberti de Prestclif to Richard 
Wlfet and John de Cuggusden, chaplains, and Thomas de Rolond, of 
four tenements and nineteen acres of land in the fields and lordship 
of Prestclif. Witn. John Decon, Henry Coterel, John de Schath, etc. 
Dat. T. a. Michaelmas Day [29 Sept.], 22 Ric. II. [1398]. (Bemrose.) 

19 13. Grant from Roger Knight of PrestcHff to WilHam, son of 
Robert of the same, of an acre of land in Prestcliff lying in Gratclif- 
dale. Witn. John Dykon, Roger de Saghe, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of 
St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Bemrose.) 

PRIESTCLIFFE v. also under Haddon, Taddington. 
QUARNDON. 

(QUARUNDON, QUERNEDON.) 

1914. Mortgage from John Saucheverel, Lord of Hopwell, to Henry 
Fraunceys of Chaddesdeyn, Geoffrey Dawe, Rector of Cotegrave, 
William le Ward of Hopwell, and John de Shardlowe, of all his lands 
and tenements, with all his natives and with all their progeny and with 
all lan3s and tenements held by them in villeinage in the vill of 
Quarundon. Dat. Quarundon, F. of St. Stephen [26 Dec], 8 Ric. II. 
[1384]. (Add 5241.) 

1915. Surrender at Little Chester Manor Court by Thomas Potter 
and Elizabeth, his wife, of a messuage in Quernedon to the use of 
Robert Smyth. Dat. 13 Apr., 12 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Foljambe.) 

191 6. Award by Nicholas Mongombere, knight, and John, abbot 
of Derley, in a dispute between William Souch of Morley, " squier," and 
Joan, his wife, of the one part, and Elizabeth Saucheverell, widow, 
William Saucheverell, Robert Saucheverell, and Richard Saucheverell, 
her sons, of the other part, viz., the said William and Joan are to pay- 
to the last named parties twelve marks, and to be quit and discharged 
of all other payments claimed by the same parties before the date of 
this award, also to deliver to Robert Saucheverell all such writings 
as they have of v marks of yearly rent in Quamdon granted by the 
said Joan in her widowhood to the said William, Robert, and Richard. 
Dat. 6 Apr., ,5 Hen. VII. [1490]. (P. R. O., b. 2973.) 



240 Radbourne. 

RADBOURNE. 

(RODBOURNE, RODBURN, RODBURNE, RODDEBOURN, RODDEBURN, 
RODEBORN, RODEBURN, RODEBURNE.) 

19 17. Quitclaim from Elizabeth and Isabella de Staunton to 
Thomas de Staunton de Roddebourn of five shillings, which he is bound 
to pay according to the tenor of their charter. Dat. Th. in Easter Week 
[i Apr.] [1350.] (Kerry xix. 288.) 

1 918. Grant from Geoffrey Walleron of Lullington and Joan, his 
wife, and Elizabeth and Isabella, her sisters, to Thomas de Staunton, 
brother of the said Joan, Elizabeth and Isabella, of a toft and eight 
acres of land in Roddeburne which John de Murcaston and Margery 
his wife leased to the said Thomas for his life. Witn. John de Walton 
de Roddeburne, John de Rocheford, William Doddingeszeles, Henry 
Whytheued, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 1358. 
(Kerry xix. 287.) 

1 9 19. Grant by Arthur de Rolleston and Margery his wife to 
Rouland de Waltun and Isabella his wife of a messuage and lands in 
Rodbourn which Henry Nayl formerly held, eight acres of land in 
Le Rudyngis field, and 26 acres in Portlokfeyld. Witn. Henry Meynell, 
Robert Tabbe, William de Drewode, etc. Dat. S. b. the Purification 
[2 Feb.], 42 Edw. III. [1368]. (Kerry xix. 288.) 

1920. Grant from John de Staunton of Rodbum, chaplain, to 
Elizabeth Chaundoys of Rodbourn, Henry Fuche, chaplain, and John 
de Kent, of all his lands, tenements, rents, goods and chattels in 
Rodburne. Witn. Henry Naill, Richard Hall, Thomas Fox, etc. Dat. 
S. a. F. of Nat. of B. V. Mary [8 Sept.], 10 Ric. II. [1386]. (Kerry xix. 
290.) 

1 92 1. Quitclaim from John Morice of Lecchelade to Oliver de 
Barton, Henry de Kneueton, parson of Norbury, and John Curzon of 
Ketluston, of all the lands, etc., in Rodburne which were formerly John 
de Walton's. Witn. Dom. Nicholas de Longford, Robert de Twyford, 
Philip de Okeouere, John Cokeyn, knts. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Barnabas 
[11 June], 10 Ric. II. [1386]. (Kerry xix. 289.) 

1922. Grant from John Morice of Lecchelade to Dom. John 
Staunton, chaplain, of Rodbourn, of all the lands, etc., in Co. Derby 
which came to him after the death of John Walton of Rodboume. Witn. 
Richard de Garston, mayor of Oxford, Walter Boldne, and John Bere- 
ford, bailiffs of Oxford, William Dagenyll, etc. Dat. Oxford, 18 Apr. 
12 Ric. II. [1388]. (Kerry xix. 291.) 

1923. Quitclaim from John de Walton of Lissyngton, co. Line, 
to John Staunton of Rodebom, chaplain, of all the lands which were 
formerly John Walton's of Rodebume. Witn. Robert de Ledes, Mayor 
of Lincoln, John de Carlton, Walter de Faldyngworth, William de 
Barkeworth, bailiffs of the same, etc. Dat. F. of SS. Philip and 
James [i May], 12 Ric. II. [1388]. (Kerry xix. 294.) 

1924. Quitclaim from Ralph Meignell, John Dabrychcot, John de 
Foston, knights, John Curzon of Ketelston, Roger de Bradborne, Robert 
Martell, Thomas de Sutton, and John de Aston to Thomas de Wednesley, 
knt., Roger de Cryche, parson of Whityngton, William de Adderley, 
and others, of all the lands in Rodboume, Mogynton and Egyngton, 



Radbourne. 241 

which they hold by feoffment of John de Staunton of Rodburne, 
chaplain. Witn. Robert de Twyford, John Basset, knts., Oliver de 
Barton, etc. Dat. M. b. F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 12 Ric. II. 
[1388]. (Kerry xix. 297.) 

1925. Lease from John de Shyrwode and Alice his wife to Thomas 
de Wednesleye, knt., William de Adderley, and others, of all the lands, 
etc., which the said Alice had as dowry on the death of Rouland de 
Walton, her late husband, in Radbourne. Witn. Thomas de Dodding- 
zelles de Trusseleye, William de Brewode, Robert Jort, etc. Dat. Th. 
a. F. of St. James [25 July], 13 Ric. II. [1389]. (Kerry xix. 295.) 

1926. Grant from John de Kent and Emma his wife to Thomas 
de Wednesley, knt, William de Adderley, Roger Harecourt, Roger de 
Cryche, parson of Whytington, and William de Lowe of Chesterfield, 
of a messuage and two cottages in Rodburne which descended to the 
said Emma on the death of her father, Ralph Burgulun. Witn. John 
Curson of Ketelston, John Burgulon of Weston, William Crewker, etc. 
Dat. Th. a. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 13 Ric. II. [1390]. (Kerry xix. 
293-) 

1927. Grant from Elizabeth Chaundoys of Rodbourne, Henry 
Fuche, chaplain, and John de Kent to Thomas de Wednesley, knt., 
William de Adderley, Roger Harcourt, Roger de Cryche, parson of 
Whytington, and William del Lowe of Chesterfield, of all the lands 
which she acquired by feoffment from John de Staunton, chaplain, in 
Rodbourne. Witn. John Curson of Ketelston, John Burgylon, William 
Creuker, etc. Dat. Th. in the 2nd week after Easter [14 Apr.], 
13 Ric. II. [1390]. (Kerry xix. 292.) 

1928. Quitclaim from John de Stanton, chaplain, of Rodburne, 
to Thomas de Wednesley, knt., Roger de Cryche, parson of Whityngton, 
William de Adderley, Roger de Harecourt, and William de Lowe of 
Chesterfield, of all his lands, etc., in the fee of Rodbom. Witn. Robert 
de Twyford, John Basset, knts., John Curson, Thomas de Montgomery, 
etc. Dat. F. of Pur. [2 Feb.], 14 Ric. II. [1391]. (Kerry xix. 298.) 

1929. Grant from William Dethek, knt., to Reginald his son and 
his heirs in tail male of all his lands in the fee of Rodbum excepting 
two cottages, with reversion, if the said Reginald die without male issue, 
to his sons Thomas, Roger, William, and their heirs in tail male in 
succession. Witn. Dom. John Basset, knt., John Curson, Robert 
Twyford, Roger de Bradburn, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of SS. Peter and Paul 
[29 June], 4 Hen. IV. [1403]. (Kerry xix. 299.) 

1930. Grant from William de Dethek, knt., to Robert de Twyford, 
Dominus de Langley, Mag. John Brewode, rector of Rodeburne, Thomas 
Hunt de Lynby, Roger de Wyngurworthe, and Geoffrey de Detheck his 
son, of all his lands in Rodeburne and Mogynton. Witn. Edmund 
Basset, Roger Bradschawe, Henry Bothe, John Bradschawe. Dat. 
Morr. of Michaelmas Day [30 Sept.], 10 Hen. IV. [1408]. (Kerry xix. 
30I-) 

1 93 1. Grant from Robert de Twyford, Dominus de Longley, John 
de Brewode, parson of Rodbum, and others, to Thomas de Dethek fi]. 
Will, de Dethek, militis, of all the lands in Rodeburn which they hold 
by feoffment of the said William de Dethek, and were formerly Roland 
de Walton's, with remainder, if the said Thomas die without issue, 
to Roger his brother, and to John his brother if Roger die without issue. 
Witn. Nicholas Montgomery, Roger Leche, John Cokayn, knts., etc. 
Dat. 10 Oct., 12 Hen. IV. [14 10]. (Kerry xix. 302.) 

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242 Radbourne. 

1933. Grant from Thomas Dethek, of Uttoxhatre, esquire, to Dom. 
John Talbot, knt., William Marshall, esquire, Roger Dethic, esquire, and 
others, of all his lands in Rodbume. Witn. Thomas Grislee, knt., 
Henry Botha, Dom. John Brewod, rector of Rodbume, etc. Dat. 
Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 12 Hen. IV. [1411]- (Kerry xix. 302.) 

1933. Grant from Thomas Dethek of Uttoxhatre to Robert 
Kynardysaye, esq., William Marshall, sen., and others, of all the lands 
which he acquired in Rodbum from William Dethek, knt., his father. 
Dat. Michs. Day, 13 Hen. IV. [1412]. (Kerry xix. 305.) 

1934. Grant from Auuredus de Lathbury, miles, to John Agulun, 
vicar of Merston, and Henry de Makkele, capellanus, of all his lands, 
etc., in the vill and fields of Roddeburne and Trusseley which Robert 
Gerard held of him. Witn. Peter de la Pole, Thomas Doddyngselz, 
Thomas de Brwode of Roddeburne, Robert Gerard, John Chapleyn 
of Trusley. Dat. at Cateby, 10 Sept., i Hen. VI. [1422]. (Every.) 

1935- Abstract of a Plea by Henry Pole and Alice, his wife, and 
John Babyngton, esq., against Robert Wode and Isabella, his wife, 
respecting lands in Rodborne, which had been granted by William 
Dethek, grandfather of the said AHce, and great-grandfather of the 
said John, to Reginald his son, with reversion to the aforesaid Alice 
and John. Dat. Hilary Term, 6 Edw. IV. [1467]. (Woll. xi. 6.) 

1936. Award of Robert Brudenell in a dispute between Thomas 
Babyngton, esq., and Germ5Ti Pole concerning the title to certain lands 
in Rodbume. Dat. 21 Nov., 1506. (Kerry xix. 306.) 

RAVENSDALE v. under Yeldersley. 

REPTON HUNDRED. 

• 937- Precept from Queen Eleanor, consort of Henry II., to the 
Sheriff of Derbyshire, commanding that Matilda, Countess of Chester, 
may hold the hundred of Repton, with all liberties and customs. Dat. 
Salisbury [11 74-1189]. (D. of L.) 

REPTON. 

(Rapandune, Rapendun, Rapendune, Rappendun, Repedon, 

Rependon, Rependone, Repindon, Repingdon, Reppindon, 

Repynden, Repyndon, Repyndone, Repyngton.) 

1938, Notification from Matilda, Countess of Chester, to Walter, 
Bishop of Coventry, that she, with consent of the Earl Hugh, her son, 
has granted to the Canons of Calc a " cultura quarrerie de Rependone 
iuxta Trente," with the advowson of the church. [1154-1160.]* 
(Bemrose.) 

1939. Notification from Matilda, Countess of Chester, to Walter, 
Bishop of Coventry, of her grant made with the permission of Earl 
Hugh, her son, to the Canons of Kale, of the church of Rapendon, 
for the souls of King Henry, her grandfather, Ranulf, Earl of Chester, 

* For the text of this charter ». under Calk. 



Repton. 243 

her lord, Robert, Earl of Gloucester, her father, and of Mabel, his 
Countess, her mother, " on condition that the convent there stands as 
the Head to which Calk shall be subject." [1153-1160.] (Burdett.) 
Waltero divina gratia Coventrensi Episcopo uniuersisque Sancte 
Matris Ecclesie filiis Matilda Comitissa Cestrie salutem, uestra 
noscat celsitas me concessu Hugonis Comitis filii mei dedisse Deo 
et Sancte Marie at Sancto Wistano et Canonicis de Kale ecclesiam 
de Rapendon cum omnibus eidem pertinentibus liberam et quietam 
ab omni seculari servicio et ita liberam sicut aliqua ecclesia ad 
religionem liberius potest dari, pro salute anime mee et pro anima 
Henrici Regis avi mei, et Ranulfi Comitis Cestrie domini mei et 
Roberti Comitis Gloucestrie patiis mei et Mabilie Comitisse sue 
matris mee, et pro animabus omnium antecessorum meorum, 
Conditione hac quod Conventus ibi constet tanquam caput, cui Calc 
subiiciatur. Illius tamen persone ecclesiam illam et eorum tenuram 

comitante absque impedimento possideant 
spontanea voluntate demissi' sibi sua largiti fuerint Prece ergo 
multimoda vestram exoro dulcidinem quatenus hanc elemosinam 
consilio vestro karitative inceptam permanere faciatis ratam. Teste 
ipso Comite Hugone filio meo, Nicholao, Galfrido, Turch' illius 
ecclesie personis, Willelmo, Abbate de Lilleshull, Helia Priore de 

Bredune, Aluredo de Cumbrei, luuel sacerdote de , Nicholao 

de Meltun, Magistro Adamo Ormo, Sacerdote de Wilinton, Roberto 
filio suo, Benedicto Hug[? onis] Com[? itis] avunculo, Roberto de 
Roppelei, Jordano de Rasur, Simone de Stanton. Tempore 
Roberti Prioris nobis data fuit hec Elemosina. 

1940. Grant from Matilda, Countess of Chester, wife of Ranulph 
the Earl, of the whole tithe of her manor of Rapendon and of all 
the adjacent parts, rents, etc., to the church of St. Wistan of Rapendon, 
as the charter of her lord witnesses. Circ. 11 60. (Burdett.) 

Matilda Comitissa Cestrie, uxor Ranulfi Comitis, omnibus Sancte 
Matris ecclesie filiis salutem. Sciatis me concessisse et hac carta 
mea confirmasse totam decimam de Manerio meo de Rapendon 
et de omnibus adjacentiis suis integre et de omnibus parcis meis 
Rapendon et . . . totam decimam meam de redditibus meis 
eiusdem ville et de placitis et querelis, Deo et Sancte Marie et 
ecclesie Sancti Wistani de Rapendon, sicut carta Domini mei 
testatur. Hiis testibus Willelmo capellano, Stephano clerico de 
Rapendon, Rogero Barbe d'Averil, Regin[aldo] pincema, Simone 
nepote Comitisse, Henrico, et multis aliis. 

1 94 1. Notification by Hugh, Comes Cestrie, to Richard, Bishop 
of Coventry, of his confirmation of Countess Matilda's grant of 
Rapenduna church to the Canons of Calch, with the same condition 
repeated \y. No. 1939]- Witn. the Countess Matilda his mother, Richard 
his uncle, Ralph his chaplain, William and Herbert his clerks, Geoffrey 
and Constantine, Alured de Combrai, William Patric, Gilbert fil. Picot, 
Richard Luvetot, Roger de Livet, Bertram Camerarius, Jordan Rasur. 
Circ. II 62. (Burdett.) * 

1942. Permission from Hugh, Earl of Chester, for his mother. 
Countess Matilda [widow of Ranulf de Gemons, Earl of Chester] to 
give in soul-alms ten librates of land in Grantendune [Gransden, co. 
Hunt] to the Canons of Rapendon. Circ. 1 162-1167. (Stowe 158.) 

Uniuersis sancte matris ecclesie filiis Hugo comes Cestrie salutem. 
Notum sit nobis me concessisse domine matri mee Matildi 
comitisse quod ipsa donet quando sibi placuerit in puram et 



244 Repton. 

perpetuam elemosinam decern libratas terra in Grantendene deo 
et Sancte Trinitati de Rapendona et canonicis ibidem deo seruien- 
tibus pro dei amore et salute patris mei Randulfi comitis Cestrie 
et pro salute anime sue et mee et omnium antecessorum nostrorum. 
Teste me ipso Ricardo de Luvetot, Gileberto filio Picot, Radulfo, 
Vicecomite de Valle Vire, Rogero de Luvetot, Frembalt de Ridefort, 
Seer de Stoke, Henrico Mansel, Radulfo Barbe de Aueril capellano 
meo et Willelmo filio suo et pluribus aliis. 

1943. Grant in soul-alms from Matilda, Countess of Chester 
[widow of Ranulf de Gemons, Earl of Chester], with consent of her 
son Hugh, Earl of Chester, to the Canons of Rapendon, of all her 
land of Grandendene [Gransden, co. Hunt.]. Circ. 1162-1167. 
(Stowe 159.) 

Matillis Comitissa Cestrie uniuersis sancte matris ecclesie filiis 
et uniuersis hominibus Francis et Anglicis tam presentibus ' quam 
futuris et omnibus ad quos presens carta peruenerit, salutem. 
Sciatis me concessu fihi mei Hugonis comitis Cestrie dedisse et 
hac presenti carta mea confirmasse deo et ecclesie sancte Trinitatis 
de Rapendona et canonicis ibidem deo seruientibus totam terram 
meam de Grandendena cum omnibus pertinentiis in puram et 
perpetuam elemosinam in bosco, et piano, in pratis et pascuis, in 
uiis, et semitis, et siluis, in firmis, et redditibus, in auxiliis_ et 
consuetudinibus, in seruitiis, et operibus et in omnibus rebus mihi et 
heredibus meis pertinentibus liberam et quietam de omnibus rebus 
que mihi et heredibus meis pertinent. Pro amore dei et pro salute 
anime Henrici Regis et heredum suorum et matris eius imperatricis 
amite mee et pro salute Roberti comitis Gloucestrie patris mei et 
comitisse Mabilhe matris mee, et pro salute comitis Ranulfi domini 
mei, et pro salute anime mee, et Hugonis comitis Cestrie filii mei, 
et omnium antecessorum et successorum nostrorum. Hiis testibus 
Alano clerico, Rogero Barbe de Aueril, Stephano clerico de Rapen- 
dona, Reginaldo pincema, Willelmo de Tilli, Thoma fratre Milonis. 

1944. Confirmation by Henry II. to Matilda, " cognata mea," 
Comitissa Cestrie, and to the Canons of Rappendona, of all reasonable 
gifts and grants which Hugh, Comes Cestrie, made to them and con- 
firmed by his charter. [11 75 ?] (Burdett.) 

Henricus Dei gratia Rex Anglie et Dux Normannie et Aquitanie 
et Comes Andegavie Archiepiscopis, Episcopis, Abbatibus, 
Comitibus, Baronibus, justiciariis, Vicecomitibus et omnibus 
ministris fidelibus suis salutem. Sciatis me concessisse et presenti 
carta mea confirmasse Matilde cognate mee comitisse Cestrie et 
ecclesie sancte Trinitatis de Rappendona et canonicis ibidem Deo 
servientibus omnes rationabiles aonationes et concessiones quas 
Hugo, Comes Cestrie eis fecit, et carta sua confirmavit. .Quare 
nolo et firmiter precipio quod prenominata Comitissa et prefata 
ecclesia Sancte Trinitatis et Canonici eiusdem loci habeant et 
teneant omnia tenementa que predictus comes eis concessit de feodo 
suo bene et pacifice, libere, et quiete, plenarie, integre et honorifice 
in bosco et piano, in pratis et pasturis, in aquis et molendinis, in 
viis et semitis et in omnibus aliis locis cum omnibus libertatibus 
et liberis consuetudinibus suis sicut carta predicti Comitis Hugonis 
rationabiliter testatur. Testibus, Magistro Waltero de Const[antin], 
Godefrido de Luci, Ranulpho de Glanvill, Thoma filio Bernardi, 
Hugone de Morewich. Apud Lichisfeld. 



Repton. 245 

1945. Letter from Hugh, third Earl of Chester, to G[ilbert Foliot], 
Bishop of London, sending him a copy of his grant to Nicholas, Prior, 
and the Canons of Rapendon of the advowson of the church of 
Badewen [Gr. Baddow, co. Essex, dioc. Lond.], in confirmation of the 
grant by his mother, Matilda [widow of Ranulf de Gemons, second Earl 
of Chester]. [1172-1181.] (Stowe 153.) 

G. dei gracia Londoniensi episcopo et omnibus sancte matris 
Ecclesie filiis Hugo Comes Cestrie salutem. Fidelis thesaurus 
memorie est scriptura que rerum seriem incommutabili loquitur 
ueritate, huius itaque prospectu rationis presenti pagine commendare 
decreui me concessisse Nicholao priori de Rapend' et canonicis 
eiusdem loci ibidem sancte Trinitati seruientibus in puram et 
perpetuam elemosinam jus aduocationis in Ecclesia de Badewen, 
sicut mater mea Matillis Comitissa concessit, et ne concessio ista 
in posterum uacillaret huius scripti munimine et sigilli mei apposi- 
tione dignum duxi confirmare. Huic concessioni hii testes affuerunt, 
Radulfus barba aprilis, Vmfridus sacerdos de Rapend', Willelmus 
barba aprilis, Terricus Clericus, Thomas clericus de Luhteburht 
[Loughborough], Lamfram sacerdos de Stoke, Alanus Clericus, 
Richard Clericus, Willelmus sacerdos de Rapend', Stefanus frater 
eius, Jurdanus Rasur, Seer de Stoke, Gilebertus filius Picot, 
Willelmus de Aula, Milo, Haldanus, Hugo Basset, Jurdanus, Thomas 
Rasur, Odo Camerarius, Radulfus Clericus, Walterus filius Leuegar, 
Walter Corb, Gilebertus filius Ricardi, Eilwinus, Gilebertus de 
Heige, Alexander sacerdos. 

1946. Confirmation by Earl David, brother of the King of 
Scotland, to the Canons of Repton, of the church of Great Baddow, 
CO. Essex, "as the charter of Countess Matilda, witnesses. [1189?] 
(Campb. XXX. 4.) 

Comes David frater Regis Scotie omnibus hominibus suis tam 
presentibus quam futuris salutem. Sciatis me concessisse et carta 
mea confirmasse Deo et Sancte Marie et Sancto Wistano de 
Rependona et canonicis ibidem seruientibus ecclesiam de Bdewen 
in elemosinam sicut carta Matillis Comitisse testatur. His testibus, 
Roberto de Basigham, Bertolomeo monaco, Willelmo Reuel, 
Willelmo Burdet, Nicolao de Hanes, et multis aliis. Apud 
Wanntona, Valete. 

1947. Fine by the Prior and Canons of Repedon from Richard de 
Berwa and Beatrice his wife, of a virgate of land in Repedon. Made 
at Nottingham, Sat. a. Exalt, of H. Cross [19 Sept.], 10 Ric. I. [1198]. 
(Stowe 135.) 

Hec est finalis concordia facta in curia Domini Regis apud 
Noting[ham] sabbato proximo post exaltacionem sancte crucis anno 
X Regni Regis Ricardi coram Hugone Bard[olf] et Philippo fil. 
Roberti, Gaufrido Haget, Rogero Arundell, Justic[iariis] Domini 
Regis et aliis fidelibus Domini Regis ibidem tunc presentibus inter 
Ricardum de Berwa et Beatriciam uxorem eius petentes et Priorem 
et Canonicos de Repedon tenentes de i virgata terre cum pertinenciis 
in Repedon vnde placitum fuit inter eos in prefata curia scilicet 
quod predicti Ricardus et Beatricia quietum clamaverunt de se 
et heredibus suis totum jus et clamium suum quod habuerunt in 
predicta terra predictis priori et canonicis et eorum successoribus 
in perpetuum. Et pro hac quieta clamancia et concordia predicti 
prior et Canonici dederunt predictis Ricardo et Beatricie iii marcas 
argenti. 



246 Repton. 

1948. Confirmation by Ranulph, Comes Cestrie, of the exchange 
which Dom. Berta Comitissa, his mother, gave to the Canons of 
Rapundune, namely, the culture above the house of Sercehaia, where 
there is a quarry, in exchange for other land there between the road 
and the [water ?] " que descendit de Herteshorn," except the Court 
and the close of the chapel of St. Thomas, which remain to the said 
Canons and " de ahieto sicut carta Domine matris mee testatur." Witn. 
Ralph de Maisnilwarin, Simon Tosch', Peter Ruane, Thomas Dispen- 
sator, Warin de Vernon, Robert Lancelin, and R. LanceHn his son, 
Roger de Camvile, Fulk fil. Warini, Peter clericus, Thomas clericus. 
Circ. temp. John. (Burdett.) 

1949. Grant from A , Prior, and the Convent of Rappendon, 

with consent of W[illiam de Ecclesia S. Marise], Bishop of London, 
to Mag. Rannulph de Bisacia [Prebendary of St. Paul's], of the church 
of Badewe [Gt. Baddow, co. Essex], with all its revenues, except 
a yearly payment of half a mark to Sylvester, vicar of the said church. 
[1199-1218.] (Stowe 154.) 

1950. Grant from Simon Walensis of Grantinden to the Canons 
of Repton of his multure and of that of the men of his fee in Gransden, 
to be done at their mill in Gransden. Witn. William Gereb[aud], 
Alan de Werist — , Moses Le Tas, etc. Early thirteenth century. 
(Stowe 161.) 

1 95 1. Grant from Simon fil. Simonis Walensis de Granteden 
[Gransden, co. Hunt.] to the Canons of Rapendon of the grinding of 
his own com and of that of the men of his fee in Granteden, to be 
done at the mill of the said Canons in Gransden. Early thirteenth 
century. (Stowe 160.) 

1953. Confirmation by Robert [de Watford], Dean, and the 
Chapter of St. Paul's, London, of the grant by W[illiam de Ecclesia 
S. Marise], Bishop of London, to the Prior and Convent of Rappendon, 
to retain for their own sustenance the revenues of the church of 
" Badewe juxta Chilmeresford " [Gt. Baddow], which already belong 
to them "propter hospitum usus." [1218-1222.] (Stowe 155.) 

1953. Confirmation by Alexander [de Stavensby], Bishop of 
Coventry, to the Prior and Canons of Repindon, of the church of 
S. Wistan at Repindon, and the chapels of Neuton, Breteby, Melton, 
Forneworc, Engleby, Tikenhale, Smitesby, and Meysam, and of the 
church of St. Mary at Wilinton, which was granted by W[illiam de 
Cornhill], his predecessor [Bishop of Coventry 1215-23]. Witn. Dom. 
Richard de Stauenesby, the Bishop's brother; Mag. Richard de 

Glouernia, his official ; Magg. W de Wygomia, Alexander " Blundus," 

Simon Perdriz, Philip, clericus, etc. Dat. London, S. Luke's Day, in 
the fifth year " pontificatus nostri " [18 Oct., 1228]. (Stowe 136.) 

1954. Grant, in soul-alms, from Ranulph, Comes Cestrie et 
Lincolnie, to the church of the Holy Trinity and the Canons of Repton, 
of " unam bigam cum unico equo semel in die in bosco meo de Tiken- 
hall errantem ad focale ad usus suos proprios portandum per visum 
forestarii mei de Tikenhall," with licence to fish in the water of Trent 
below his house, where his lands extend towards Potlac, reserving, 
however, a right to fish there himself when necessary. Witn. William 
de Vernon, Justiciarius Cestrie, Ralph de Wray, Alured de MuHgny, 
John de Lexinton, Geoffrey de Appelby, Norman de Suligny, Walter 
Findem, Mag. William de Wetton, Simon de Berford, Simon and John, 
clerks. Circ. 1 230-1232. (Burdett.) 



Repton. 247 

1955. Quitclaim from Ranulph, Comes Cestrie et Lincolnie, to Dotn. 
Stephen da Sedgrave and his heirs, of all suits which they and their 
men of Bretby, Rosliston, and Cotes are accustomed to do at his 
wapentakes of Rapendon and Gresley. Witn. Will, de Vernon, 
Justicianus Cestrie, William de Cantelupo, Fulk fil. Warini, Baldwin 
de Ver, etc. Circ. 1232. (Gresley 46.) 

1956. Grant from Robert fil. Roberti de Chateshale, miles, to the 
Canons of Reppindon of the land and tenement which he had by 
inheritance in the manors of Reppindon and Tykenhale, with all appur- 
tenances within and without the said vills, except his wood of Tykenhale 
and Suthwode. Witn. Dom. Walter de Chateshale, " frater mens," Mag. 
Henry de Hertishorn, Roger de Somervile, Milo de Melton, Engellard 
de Corzun, William Balle, Robert Syminel de Reppindon, Philip Otuere 
de Tykenhale. Dat. Morr. of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 44 Hen. III. 
[1260]. (Burdett.) 

•957. iNSPEXmus and confirmation by R — , Bishop, of Coventry 
and Lichfield, of various charters of grants to the canons of Rependon 
since the first foundation of the Priory, namely, the church of St. Wistan, 
together with the chapels of Neuton, Bretby, Melton, Fomemerch, 
Engleby, Tykenhale, Smythesby, and Meysham, with all rights and 
privileges, save only to himself and his successors " pontifical and 
parochial rights " ; granting also " quod in eorum ecclesia Sancti Wistani 
de Rependon in qua nunquam fuit vicaria ordinata, nee perpetuus 
vicarius constitutus possint sicut hactenus factum est per . . . 
presbyterum deservire, cum et videatur decentius et sic predicto monas- 
terio magis tutum ut in predicta sua ecclesia per familiarem sibi 
presbyterum quam per extraneum serviatur." Witn. Mag. Ralph de 
Chaddesden, Thesaurarius Lych[field], Mag. William de Attlebye, Mag. 
Alan le Bretun, Canonici Lych[field], Mag. Adam de Walton, Mag. 
John de Kemyk, Mag. John de Craven, William de Mirley, clericus 
IDomini Regis. Dat. London, Vig. of Ascension [14 May], 1271. 
(Burdett.) 

1958. Grant in soul-alms from Ralph de Hybemia, with the assent 
of Isabella his wife, to the Canons of Rependon, of about half a rood 
of land of his wood of Denewellehay annexed to their wood which they 
had by grant from William fil. Henrici de Hertishorn. Witn. William 
Pychard de Neuton, Peter de Melton, Hugh Walle de Rependon, Robert 
Muymenel de eadem, Henry Le Tanour de eadem. Undated. (Burdett.) 

1959. Grant from Ralph fil. Galfridi de Rependone to Ralph fil. 
Johannis fil. Radulphi of an acre of land in the fields of Rep' [Repton] 
abutting on Depedale and near the land of the Prior of Repton. 
Witn. Hugh Meye, John fil. Johannis, Nicholas Pikard, Warin the 
carpenter, John the baker. Late temp. Hen. III. (D. A. J. ix. 2.) 

i960. Quitclaim from Ralph fil. Johannis fil. Radulfi de Rep' to 
Robert de Fomewerke, sissor [tailor], and Alice his wife, of half an 
acre which he had from Ralph fil. Galfridi lying in Depedale and 
extending to Le Croked Hayrowe [in Repton]. Witn. Robert le 
Snepston, William Balle, William le Mason, Hugh Meye, William 
Appleby. Dat. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], i Edw. I. [1273]. 
(D. A. J. ix. 2.) 



248 Repton. 

1061. Agreement in settlement of a dispute between the Prior, 
etc of Repton and the parishioners of Mesham, concerning the 
reparation of the chancel of that church, viz., that the Priory shall in 
future find a priest to perform divine service there, and that they 
should grant the parishioners free burial and all other liberties, and 
that in return the parishioners should new-build the church, and the 
Priory hereafter keep it in good repair. In testimony of which the 
following parishioners have affixed their seals: Dom. Adamde Monte- 
alto Dominus de Meysham, Nicholas de Ynguareby, William fil. Domine 
de Meysham, William Hugelyn de Appleby, Philip de Snypeston, William 
le Marescall de Meysham, Richard Maunser de eadem, Richard Maunser 
de eadem, Robert de Crombwell de Meysham, Geoffrey de Hay de 
Pakinton, Ralph de Hay de eadem, John Godemere de Donasthorp, 
Richard Godemere de eadem, Adam Bercarius de Wyveleft. Witn. 
Henry Lovel, John de Weston, Simon de Waleden, Richard de Morley, 
Robert de Stanton, vicar of Melburn, Engellard de Curzon, Milo de 
Melton, etc. Dat. 1278. (Burdett.) 

1962. Grant in soul-alms from Bernard de Brus to the Canons of 
Rependon of all the land and tenement which he has in Rependon, 
Melton, and Tykynhale, with all appurtenances, liberties, and customs. 
Witn. Dom. Nicholas de Verdun, Engellard de Cursun, William Pichard, 
Geoffrey Wallarand, William de Stapenhull, John Vincent, Oliver de 
Linton, Hugh Walle de Rependon, Henry le Tanner de eadem. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Burdett.) 

1963. Confirmation by Robert de Brus to the Canons of Rependon 
of all the lands and tenements which belonged to Dom. Bernard de 
Brus, his " cognatus," of his fee in the manor of Rapendon. Witn. 
Dom. Nicholas de Verdun, Richard de Curzun, Alured Mulny, John 
de Meton, Walter de Corry, miUtes. Dat. Christmas Day, 13 Edw. I. 
[1284]. (Burdett.) 

1964. Covenant whereby William le Waleys de Magna Grauntesden 
promises to do suit at the mill of Robert, Prior of Rependon, in 
Gt. Gransden, and to allow his villeins of Gt. Gransden to do the same. 
Witn. William de Bereford, Nicholas de Warrewik, Roger de Hogham, 
etc. Dat. Westminster, W. b. F. of SS. Simon and Jude [28 Oct.], 
17 Edw. I. [1289]. (Stowe 162.) 

•9<*S' Quitclaim from William Waleys de Magna Granteden to 
the Prior and Canons of Reppendon, of his " nativus," Nicholas 
" carpentarius," with all his following, goods, and chattels, etc. Witn. 
Thomas de Bassingboum, miles, William de Stowe, Adam Gerebaud, 
etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Stowe 164.) 

1966. Covenant whereby William le Waleys of Magna Granteden 
exchanges with the Prior and Convent of Rapendona lands in Gransden. 
Witn. Adam Gerebaud, Nicholas fil. Godwyne, Henry Tranger, etc. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Stowe 165.) 

1967. Covenant whereby Simon le Waleys de Magna Grantesden 
exchanges with the Prior and Convent of Rependon lands in Grantesden. 
Witn. Adam Gerebaud, William Godwyn, John Catelyn, William 
Hopeldod, etc. Dat. Grantesden, F. of St. Margaret [20 July], 
3 Edw. II. [1309]. (Stowe 166.) 



Repton. 2/[g 

1968. Grant from Edmund, Eaxl of Arundel, tq the Priory and 
Convent of Repindon, of all his " Wastum de Tikenale " called 
Schadhawe; rent, 20^. Witn. Dom. John Peche, miles, Dom. Henry 
de Appelby, miles, William de Corzoun, dominus de Croxhale, Robert 
Abel, William de Assewelle de Tikenale. Dat. Gloucester, Fr. a. Pur. 
of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 5 Edw. II. [1312]. (Burdett.) 

1969. Grant from Ralph fil. Galfridi fil. Rogeri Carpentarii de 
Rep' to Robert le Taylur de Fomewerke, living in Repton, and Alice 
his wife, of a half acre of land in Repton lying on Honerbromhul, 
extending from the headland of the Prior up to Herdewiksiche. Witn. 
Dom. Hugh the chaplain, Robert de Snypeston, Hugh Meye, William 
Balle, etc. Dat. F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 18 Edw. II. [1325]. 
(D. A. J. ix. 3.) 

1970. Grant from Ralph fil. Galfridi fil. Rogeri Carpentarii de 
Rep' to Robert le Taylur de Fomewerke and Alice his wife, of a half 
acre of land in Repton field towards Le Hay between Honerbromhul 
and Brasput. Witn. Dom. Hugh, the chaplain, Robert de Snipeston, 
William Appleby, Hugh Meye, William Balle. Dat. F. of St. Cedda 
[2 Mar.], 18 Edw. II. [1325]. (D. A. J. ix. 4.) 

1 97 1. Grant from the same to the same of an acre of land Ipng 
in Le Mars between the lands of William super-le-hul and Matilda 
Agaz in Repton, and in the fields towards Neutone at Knavegrene. 
Same witnesses. Dat. S. b. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 18 Edw. II. 
[1325]. (D. A. J. ix. 5.) 

1972. Grant from Nicholas Pykard of Repingdon and Juliana his 
wife to Robert le Taylur of a half-acre of land in Repingdon lying at 
Kokthom on Le Middelfurlong, between the lands of William Agaz 
and William Nike, and abutting on the land of Adam Gambone and 
of Robert Dousamour. Witn. Dom. Hugh le Barker, chaplain, William 
de Swarkeston, William Meye, etc. Dat. W. a. Epiphany [6 Jan.], 
21 Edw. HI. [1348]. (D. A. J. ix. 6.) 

1973. Confirmation by Ralph [Stratford], Bishop of London, to 
the Prior and Convent of Repyndon, of the church of Budwa Magna 
[Gt. Baddow, co. Essex]. Dat. at Stebbenhethe [Stepney, co. Midd.], 
26 July, 1348. (Stowe 156.) 

1974. Memorandum that the Taxors and Collectors of tenth and 
fifteenth granted to the King for three years have received from the 
township of Repingdon 445. i^d. in respect of the first term of the 
first year of the said grant. Dat. Derby, F. b. F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 22 [Edw. III.] [1348.] (D. A. J. ix. 7.) 

•975- Quitclaim from John Cortel, vicar of Wylington, to John 
Cordy of Repindon, of a certain place with buildings upon it in 
Repindon, between the place of William de Herteshom and the place 
called Le Steresplace. Dat. W. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 
30 Edw. III. [1356]. (D. A. J. ix. 8.) 

1976. Grant from Alan Jonesson to Robert, son of Henry de 
Repindon, and Agnes his ,wife, of land in Repindon and lying at 
Collecros. Dat. M. a. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 35 Edw. III. 
[1361]. (P. R. O. c. 3363.) 



250 Repton. 

1977. Leaser for lives, from John de Mielton, chaplain, William 
Botilere, Hugh de Engleby, and Nicholas Nyke, to Stephen Taylour 
of Bretteby, Margery his wife, and Thomas their son, of the third part 
of a messuage in Repindon, and three butts of arable land lying on 
Bromhul, half an acre towards Le Hay between HonourbromhuU 
and Barseputte, and half an acre on Kokethom. Witn. Robert Wele, 
John Wareyn, John Byshope, Robert Daubour, etc. Dat. Th. a. F. 
of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 14 Ric. II. [1391]. (D. A. J. ix. 9.) 

1978. Grant from John Cooke of Repindone, chaplain, to William 
fil. Johannis de Engleby, of three selions of arable land " of Engleby " 
lying together on Le Wyteflatte between the land of the Prior of 
Repindone and John Fischere's land, which seHons he had by feoffment 
of Dom. William de Meiltone, chaplain, to hold by tenure of a rose 
on St. John Baptist's Day, and sixteen pence each Michaelmas to the 
" prepositus seu procuratur " of the altar lamp of the chapel of 
St. Mary in the parish church of Repindon. Witn. John Fraunceys 
of Engleby, Symon Fraunceys of Mieltone, Laurence Halm of Engleby, 
etc. Dat. Engleby, Vig. of the Ascension [14 May], 16 Ric. II. [1393]. 
(D. A. J. ix. 10.) 

1979. Grant from Robert Dawbur and Alice Dawbur to Symon 
Hauker, Robert Maynard, Henry Maysam, and William Neke of all 
their goods and chattels, as security for a debt. Witn. John Bolt, 
John Biscop, William Boteley, etc. Dat. Repyndon, F. of SS. Philip 
and James [i May], 5 Hen. IV. [1404]. (D. A. J. ix. 12.) 

1980. Quitclaim from Peter de Melburn, William Marshall, Simon 
Blackfordeby, Richard Bars, Vicar of Carolke-on-Trent, William 
Colverdowse, vicax of Melburn, and John Burton, vicar of Ashby La 
Zouche, to the Priory of Repton, of all their right to Estovers in the 
woods of the said Priory called Lostoke, Shrubbe, Prestwoode, Calke- 
woode, Knollewode, and Denewellhay. Witn. Simon, Abbat of Derley, 
Thomas de Gressley, John Cokayne, Robert Fraunceys, knts., John de 
Shepey. Dat. 9 Hen. IV. [1407-8]. (Burdett.) 

1 98 1. Grant from Robert Hanson of Repyndon and Thomas 
Hether of Tuttebur' to Richard Piper and Alice his wife of half an 
acre of arable land in the field of Repyndon, abutting on Hardewyksyche. 
Witn. Thomas de Doddyngsels, John Bolte, Richard Nykke, etc. Dat. 
Sat. a. Tr. of St. Edward, King [18 Feb.], 11 Hen. IV. [1410]. 
(D. A. J. ix. 12.) 

1982. Letters of attorney from Mag. John Sudbury, custos Aule 
de Valence Marie de Cantebrigg [Pembroke College, Cambridge], and 
the Scholars there, to Mag. Thomas Lavenham, Mag. Richard Sutton, 
and Mag. WiUiam Cros, to deliver seisin to WilHam Maneysyn, Prior of 
Repton and the Convent there, of a third part of a fourth part of the 
manor of Repyndon which formerly belonged to John de Baliolo, and 
which Mag. Thomas Bingham, late " Custos Aule predicte," had of 
the gift and feoffment of Mary de Sancto Paulo, Comitissa Pembr[oke]. 
Dat. "in collegio nostro Aule predicte," 28 June, 12 Hen. IV. [1411]- 
(Burdett.) 

1983. Grant from John de Stranley, knt., and Joan his wife to 
Henry de Knyveton, esq., Richard Lane of Hyde, William Fyndem 
of CO. Essex, Roger Normanton of Horseley, John Lever, citizen and 
saddler of London, and John fil. Johannis de Fyndem, of their manor 



Rep ton. 251 

of Repyngdon called " Stranley Espart," which lately belonged to Hugh 
de Stranley, knt., his father, with the appurtenances in Repyngdon, 
Meleton, Tykenhale, Twyford, and Wylington. Witn. Robert Fraunceys, 
Thomas Mawreward, Alvered de Lathbury, John Cokayn, knts., John 
de Irton, esquire. Dated 30 June, 13 Hen. IV. [1412]. (Kerry xix. 70.) 

1984. Feoffment from John de Fyndeme to Peter de Melbourne, 
Robert Tillot, and John Draycott, chaplain of the same, of his manor 
of Repyndon, as also all the lands and tenements, which the aforesaid 
John, Richard de Longeforde, knt., John Cokayn, sometime Chief Baron 
of the Exchequer, and others had jointly with John Curson of Ketulston 
and John Foliambe now dead, of the feoffment of Robert [de Bray- 
brooke]. Bishop of London, and Gerard de Braybroke, knt., in 
Repyndone, Meletone, and Tykenhale. Witn. Robert Fraunceys, 
Nicholas de Montgomery, Alvred de Lathbury, knights, etc. Dat. 
22 May, I Hen. V. [1413]. (Add. 1537.) 

1985. The counterpart of the above (No. 1984). (Burdett.) 

1986. Recovery by the Prior, etc., of Repton, against John 
Mackworth, clerk, Thomas Bradschawe, John Toke, etc., of " all the 
lands, meadows, waters, and pastures between Potlac broke and the 
village of Repton as two parts of the Manor of Potlac." Dat. 28 Feb., 
9 Hen. v. [1422]. (Burdett.) 

1987. " The state of Repton Manor from the reign of Henry I. 
to that of Henry V.," drawn up in chronicle form, apparently to prove 
the title of Repton Priory to a " fourth part and a fourth part of a 
fourth part of the manor of Repton." Temp. Hen. V. (D. A. J. 
xxiv. 68-77.) 

1988. Lease from Dom. Thomas Beaumonde de Bakevile in 
Norman[nia], living in co. Leicester, William Cromwell, Thomas 
Comberworth, knts., of co. Line, John Kyme of Fryskenay, John 
Hennage of Haynton, Henry de le Bothe, esquires, and others, to 
Margaret, late wife of William Handsacre, son and heir of William 
Handsacre, knt., of the fourth part of the manor of Repyngton, and 
lands in co. Stafford, with remainder on her death to the two daughters 
of the said William Handsacre. Witn. John Taylboys of Stalyngburgh, 
John Bradshagh of Derby, etc. Dated F. of the Nativity of the 
B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 7 Hen. VI. [1428]. (Kerry xix. 79.) 

1989. Grant from William Baker of Swartlingcote and Katharine 
his wife to Ambrose Fisher, chaplain, of all their lands, etc., in the 
towns and fields of Repyngton, Meleton, and Willyngton' holme. Witn. 
Richard Broune, William Warde of Coton, Robert Saveney, etc. Dat. 
Sat. a. F. of St. Denis [9 Oct.], 11 Hen. VI. [1432]. (D. A. J. ix. 14.) 

1990. Grant from the same to the same of an acre of land in 
Repyngton lying near Bromehil and Le More Syche. Witn. Richard 
Broune, Robert Dauber, Gilbert Ins. Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Chad, 
Bp. [2 Mar.], 14 Hen. VI. [1436]. (D. A. J. ix. 15.) 

1 99 1. Grant from Dom. John Wyllyngton of Repyngdon, chaplain, 
to Richard Huntte of a rood of land in the fields of Milton acquired 
from William Glede of Repyngdon. Witn. William Percy, Thomas 
Payne, etc. Dat. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 25 Hen. VI. [1446]. 
(Bemrose.) 



252 Repton. 

1992. Power of attorney from John Bysshope to Robert Newton 
of Mylton and John Preste to deliver seisin to Edmund Vernon, esquire, 
and Richard Hunt, of all his lands in Repynden. Dat. F. of 
St. Katharine [25 Nov.], 35 Hen. VI. [1456]. (Bemrose.) 

1993. Grant from Ambrose Fisher, chaplain, to Ralph Fisher of 
an acre of land in Repingdon lying near Bromehill and Le More Syche. 
Witn. William Percy, William Hill, Richard Hunt, etc. Dat. M. a. 
F. of St. Dunstan [21 Oct.], 38 Hen. VI. [1459]- (D. A. J. ix. 15.) 

1994. Grant from Ralph Fisher of Repingdon to Roger Smythe, 
chaplain, to William Dawns [?] and John Clerk, of an acre of land 
near Bromehille and Le More Syche. Witn. William Percy, Richard 
Hunt, John Laurenson, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. John B. [24 June], 
2 Edw. IV. [1462]. (D. A. J. ix. 16.) 

1995. Lease from John Yonge, Prior, and the Convent of 
Repyngdon, to Agnes Pratt, widow, and John her son, of a messuage 
and virgate of land in Repyngdon, to hold for their lives, at a yearly 
rent of 12s. Dat. Repingdon, 26 Sept., 1523. (Harl. 44 H. 57.) 

1996. Grant from Ralph Aleysaunder of Repingdon to John 
Fraunceis of Fornewarke [Foremark], jun., Richard Meysem, and George 
Smythe, of a piece of meadow containing half an acre lying in 
Leyholme within the lordship of Repingdon, namely, in " Repingdon- 
felde," abutting on " Potlock hege " on the north and " Quarell poole " 
on the south. Witn. William Meysem, John Smythe, John Pratt, etc. 
Dat. I Apr., 20 Hen. VIII. [1529]. (D. A. J. ix. 17.) 

REPTON V. also under Bretby, Calk, Measham, Newton 

SOLNEY, ROSLISTON, WiLLINGTON. 



RISLEY. 

(Rysley, Rysseley.) 

1997. Bond from Alan in le Wylnes de Rysseley to Matilda que 
fuit vxor Hugonis Wyting de Rysseley in forty shillings to be paid to 
her by equal payments on the ensuing feasts of St. Martin [11 Nov.] 
and of the Purification of the B. V. M. [2 Feb.]. Dat. apud Rysseley, 
F. b. F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 8 Edw. II. [1314]. (Add. 47500.) 

1998. Lease from Hugh de Rysley, son of Hugh de Wyloby, 
deceased, to John, son of Thomas Marchall of Rysley, and Joanna his 
wife, of a messuage and lands in Rysley for term of thirty years, at 
yearly rent of 10^. Dat. Rysley, F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 
10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Harl. 85 F. 37.) 

1999. Acquittance from Richard Willughby, Sheriff of Derby, to 
Hugh Willughby de Rysley for \os. " de viride sera." Dat. 29 May, 
28 Hen. VI. [1450]. (Harl. 58 B. 23.) 

2000. Lease from Thomas Molyneux, Thomas Willughby, sen., 
Robert Whitehede, and John Pare, to Thomas Willughby, son and 
heir of Hugh Willughby of Risley, esq., and Isabel his wife, daughter 
of John Bradburne, now of Hoghe, esq., of lands, etc., in Rysley. 
Witn. John Lucy de Rysley, Robert Sharman, etc. Dat. Rysley, Th. a. 
F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 7 Hen. VII. [1491]. (Harl. 83 E. 9.) 



Rods ley. 253 

RODSLEY. 

(Reddesle, Reddisle, Redisle, Redislege, Redisleye, 

RODDESLE, RODDESLEY, RODDESLEYE, RODDISLEE, RODDISLEGH, 

Roddisley, Roddusley, Rodesle, Rodeslege, Rodesleye, 
rodisle, rodisleya.) 

200 1. Confirmation by Ralph de Boscherville to Reginald fil. 
Reginald! de Roddesle of a bovate of land in Rodesle; rent, lod. 
Witn. William de Vemon, Robert de Campania, John de Loke, Mikael, 
persona de Langeford, etc. Early thirteenth century. (Woll. ix. 18.) 

2002. Grant from Hugh fil. Will, de Shirle to Roger fil. Ranulfi 
de Mercinton of a bovate of land in Rodisle ; rent, a pound of cummin. 
Witn. Dom. James de Shirle, Thomas de Menyl, William de Langeforde, 
etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 21.) 

2003. Confirmation by William de Muntgomery to Philip de 
Gutinge of two bovates of land in Rodeslege which he held of the 
gift of Robert de Mulneton. Witn. Dom. William de Meisham, Dom. 
Nigel de Langeford, Dom. William FitzHerbert, Dom. Andrew de 
Grendon, milites, etc. Temp. Hen. IH. (Woll. ix. 43.) 

2004. Grant by Robert fil. Odonis de Herberbure to Roger fil. 
Ranulfi de Mercinton of a chief messuage in Roddislee, with the moiety 
of the whole of that town; rent, 135. ^d. Witn. Dom. Nigel de 
Longeford, Dom. William FitzHerbert, James de Schirlee, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 77.) 

2005. Grant from Robert fil. Odonis de Herbyrbure to Roger fil. 
Ranulfi de Mercinton for his homage and service of all the said Robert's 
capital messuage in Rodisleya and all his demesne there, with all lands, 
freemen, villeins, customs, etc. Witn. Peter de Touk, Henry de 
Braylisford, James fil. Sewalli de Shirli, John le Foun, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 78.) 

2006. Grant from Robert fil. Odonis de Herberbury to the same 
of a rent of one mark which he was accustomed to pay for lands in 
Redislege; rent, i2d. Witn. Dom. Henry de Bakepuz, Dom. James de 
Sirly, Dom. William de Meynil, milites, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Woll. ix. 79.) 

2007. Grant from Robert de la Milneton to Philip de Guytingis 
of a bovate of land in the vill of Roddisley sometime held by Adam 
frater Robert! Warploc. Witn. Nigel de Langeford, Richard Fitun, 
Robert le Foun, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Trusley.) 

2008. Grant from the same to the same of a bovate of land 
sometime held by Peter Bigarius in the vill of Roddisley. Witn. Nigel 
de Langeford, Richard Fitun, James, dominus de Sirley, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Trusley.) 

2009. Confirmation, for four marks and 2oi., by Robert de la 
Milneton to Philip de Guytingis of a bovate of land in Roddisley, which 
Adam fil. Robert! Warploc formerly held; rent, \d. Witn. Dom. 
Nigel de Langeford, Richard Fitun of Bentley, William de Langeford, 
etc. Thirteenth century. (Woll. viii. 56.) 



2 54 Rods ley. 

20 10. Release from Robert de Mulneton to Philip de Guttynges 
of a bovate of land in Redisle. Witn. Nigel de Langeford, James de 
Shirle, William de Langeford, etc. Thirteenth century. (Woll. viii. 57.) 

3011. Grant from Robert de la Mulneton to John Saule of Essebure 
of a bovate of land in Reddesle, together with Orme his " nativus " ; 
rent, dd. Witn. Stephen de Iretone, Richard Phytun, Roger Payn, 
etc. Temp. Hen. III. — Edw. I. (Woll. viii. 70.) 

2012. Grant from Robert de Mulneton to Roger de Mercinton of 
twenty-six acres of land in the fee of Redisle, in Redisley Clyf; rent, 
id. Witn. Robert de Duffeud, Richard de Coudrey, William de 
Langeford, etc. Temp. Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Woll. viii. 58.) 

2013. Covenant before John de Reygate and William de Norbury, 
Justices itinerant, whereby Robert de Mulneton and Robert de 
Mercynton grant common of pasture to Dom. William de Meynille and 
Robert le Faun in Redisleye, under certain conditions respecting the 
treatment and possession of the land. Witn. Dom. Geoffrey de 
Gresseley, Dom. Hugh de Streyleye, Dom. Geoffrey de Deyk', Dom. 
William de Schepe, milites, etc. Dat. Derby, S. a. Tr. of St. Thomas 
[7 July], 5 Edw. I. [1277]. (Woll. viii. 55.) 

2014. Lease, for forty years, from Nicholas de Marchinton to 
Robert Molendinarius de Rodesleye of all the land " que fuit de 
Wasto " in Heppeleymoor in the field of Rodesleye. Witn. Dom. John 
de Longeford, Robert de Schyrle, knts., John de Pecco in Rodesley. 
Dat. Martinmas, 1299. (Trusley.) 

2015. Grant from Adam Bercarius de Roddesley to Adam his son 
of a plot of land, with buildings, etc., in the fields of Roddesle and 
two selions lying on Yueleyrakes extending " a porta de Yueley usque 
le Wynyerd." Witn. Dom. Roger de Mercynton, Dom. Ralph de 
Munioye, knts., Henry de Knyveton, Geoffrey, perpetual vicar of 
Longeford, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Trusley.) 

2016. Quitclaim from Michael fil. Nich. de Roddesley to Nicholas 
his son of all his lands in Roddusley. Witn. Richard le Fowen of 
Yeveley, Nicholas de Marchington, John Selveyn, etc. Dat. W. a. 
F. of St. Lucy [13 Dec], 3 Edw. II. [1309]. (Trusley.) 

2017. Grant from Geoffrey Oede of Herberbury to John de Beke 
of a rent " unius claui gilofre " [a clove of gillyflower], which Nicholas 
de Marchinton owed him for tenements in Roddesleye. Witn. Dom. 
Roger de Swynorton, Dom. John de Twyford, Dom. Richard de Perers, 
Dom. William de Chaddesdene, milites, etc. Dat. Kenilleworthe, 
W. a. Pentecost [29 May], 7 Edw. II. [1314]. (Woll. viii. 59.) 

2018. Grant from John fil. Thom. le Baillif of Clifton to Nicholas 
fil. Rog. de Roddisley of an acre of land in the fields of Roddesley 
lying on le Hekeclif. Dat. S. a. Michaelmas, 26 Edw. III. [1352]. 
(Trusley.) 

2019. Grant from William de Carriswall to Walter de Mounte 
Gomere, of Caverswall, Forsbrook, and Dilhorn manors, co. Staff., and 
Roddislegh manor, co. Derby. Witn. John Carriswall, Ralph Mounte- 
gomeri, Nicholas Fitzherbert, etc. Dat. F. of St. Peter [? i Aug.], 
29 Edw. III. [1355]. (Foljambe.) 



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2020. Grant from Thomas de Clifton, parson of the church of 
Yrton, John Wade, parson of the church of Legh, to Thomas de 
Marchinton of Rodesley of two parts of a messuage and bovate of 
land in Rodesley which were Thomas de Marchinton's, sen., with the 
reversion of the third part of the same on the death of Alice ux. Roger 
Michson, who holds it in dower. Witn. Henry de la Pole, Thomas de 
Wednesley, Ralph de Baystowe. Dat. Redesley, S. a. Tr. of 
St. Thomas, M. [7 July], 44 Edw. III. [1370]. (Brookhill.) 

2021. Agreement whereby Nicholas Mountgomery, squier, grants 
to Thomas Meverell, squier, the manor of Roddesley, in exchange for 
the lordship of Macley; and on the production by the said Thomas 
of a deed of confirmation of the said manor by Nicholas Mountgomery, 
father of the aforesaid Nicholas, he shall receive an annuity of four 
marks out of the same Makley; but in default of the production of 
such deed, then the said Nicholas is to pay an annuity of 40^-. to 
Nicholas Meverell, son of the said Thomas, out of the manor of 
Roddesley. Dat. 18 Jan., 9 Edw. IV. [1470]. (Woll. ix. 22.) 

RODSLEY V. also under Yeaveley. 
ROSLISTON. 

(ROSLASTON, ROSTELASTON, ROSTELESTON, ROSTLASTON, 

ROSTLAVESTON, ROSTLAVESTONA, ROSTLA WESTON, ROSTLISTON, 

ROTHLASTON, ROXLAUESTON.) 

2022. Notification, with duphcate attached, by Robert, dapifer 
comitis Cestrie, of his grant to Ralph fil. Siwardi, " tenere totam terram 
suam de Rostlavestona hereditario iure . . . seruicio semi-militis, 
et ideo quod ipse sex uirgatas quas calumniabat in Burc mihi et meis 
heredibus concessit in pace, quare ilia predicta seruicia sibi et heredibus 
concessi et concedo." Witn. Richard Paien, Richard de Maisam, Ralph 
Talebot, Walter de Dumuila, H. fil. Sturmi, Humelun Panton, etc. 
Temp. Rich. I. (Gresley 30, 31.) 

2023. Grant, in soul-alms, from Robert Maulovel fil. Stephani de 
Rampton to Merivale Abbey, of common pasture in his wood of 
Rosliston. Witn. William de Vemun, Geoffrey de Greseley, William 
persona de Seyla, Walter de Stratton, William persona, frater suus, 
Osbert Disert de Seyla, Peter de Lutterworth, William de Pethling. 
Early Hen. III. (Gresley 50.) 

2024. Grant from Robert Maulovel de Rostlaveston to Stephen 
de Sedgrave of his tenement in Rostlaveston. Witn. Robert de 
Lexinton, Wilham de Martiwast, William de Wasteneys. Early Hen. III. 
(Gresley 51.) 

2025. Quitclaim from Roger de* Monte Alto, senescallus Cestrie, 
to Stephen de Segrave, of the service of one knight, which the latter 
was wont to perform to Roger de Monte Alto, his father, in respect 
of the vill of Rostlaweston ; rent, a pair of gilt spurs at Easter or 
sixpence. Witn. Dom. Will, de Malo passu, Walkelin de Arden, WiUiam 
de Sancto Eadmundo. Early Hen. III. (Gresley 53.) 

2026. Grant from Roger de Mahaut, senescallus Cestrie, to Stephen 
de Segrave, for his service and homage, of eight virgates of land in 
Roxlaueston which Ralph Grim sometime held. To hold by performmg 
service of half a knight. Witn. Dom. William de Insula, Robert de 
Colouill, Rob. de Masey, etc. Early Hen. III. (Gresley 54.) 



256 Rosliston. 

3027. Grant from Ralph Herlewin de Rostlaweston to Gilbert de 
Segrave of the moiety of a virgate of land in Rostlaweston, excepting 
four acres which Ralph clericus holds from him in fee; and a toft 
and croft for himself and his heirs. Witn. John de Stepenhull, Richard 
de Thamenhome, Ralph de Claudewell, etc. [1241-1254.] (Gresley 71.) 

2028. Power of attorney by Nicholas de Segrave to John, his 
eldest son and heir, to aiSrm and confirm all the covenants between 
him and Merivale Abbey concerning an exchange of pasture in his 
wood of Grimswode and his wood of Rosliston. Witn. Dom. Geoffrey 
de Gresele, Dom. Theobald de Nevile, Thomas de Nevile, Robert de 
Malesouere, etc. [1254-1270.] (Gresley 102.) 

2029. Grant from Ralph Godefrey de Rostlaston, with the assent 
of William, his son and heir, to Ralph fil. Radulfi Talebot of Rosliston, 
his kinsman, in free mairriage with Goda fil. Radulfi de Raueneston, 
of a curtilage in Rostlaston; rent, one halfpenny at Easter. Witn. 
Robert de Marisco, William de Caldewell, Thomas Lowell, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III.— Edw. I. (Gresley no.) 

2030. Grant from Ralph Godefrey de Rostlaston to William fil. 
et her. Radulfi de Caldewell of three butts of land in the fields of 
Rosliston, lying in Chalwescroft, beneath the fish-pond of the said 
William, near the path leading to Rosliston. Rent, a rose on the 
F. of St. John Bapt. [24 June]. Witn. Milo de Meuton, Roger de 
Somervill, John de Stapenhull. Temp. Hen. III. — Edw. I. 
(Gresley iii.) 

3031. Grant from Cristiana, quondam uxor Radulfi Harlewine 
de Rostlaston, widow, to William fil. et her. Radulfi de Caldewell, of 
a selion of land in the field of Rostlaston in le Nether-Boym. Witn. 
Ralph Godefrey de Rostlaston, Ralph Talebot de eadem, Nicholas 
Hopper, etc. Temp. Hen. III. — Edw. I. (Gresley 112.) 

2032. Grant, for nine shillings, half a bushel of com [frumentum], 
and half a bushel of fine wheat [siligo], by Nicholas de Hoppere de 
Rostlaston to Robert de Marey de Rostlaston, of an acre and a half 
of arable land in the fields of Rosliston lying in Ruschefurlong and 
in Kaldewellesimderlondes. Rent, a rose on the F. of SS. Peter and 
Paul [29 June]. Witn. Will, de Kaldewelle, Ralph Thaleboth de 
Rostlaston, Thomas Luvel, etc. Temp. Hen. III. — Edw. I. (Gresley 
"3-) 

2033. Quitclaim from William de Wauere, Abbot, and the Convent 
of Merivale, to Nicholas de Segrave, of common of pasture for his 
cattle in Grymswode and Rosliston Wood, with a chace in Le Hautboys, 
so that the said Nicholas may enclose the said woods and have them 
"in suo separabili," in exchange for four acres of his wood in Le 
Hautboys in Seal. The said Nicholas also, with consent of John, his 
son and heir, grants to the said Abbey permission to enclose " et in 
separabili optinere " all that piece of land which they formerly acquired 
"ad fugacionem averiorum suorum ad pasturam suam de Grymswode 
et Rothlastonewode," with land called La Gore. Witn. Dom. Geoffrey 
de Gresele, Dom. Rob. de la Warde, milites, Dom. Hugh de Kaue, 
rector ecclesie de Clyfton, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Gresley 159.) 

2034. Grant from William de Marisco de Rostelaston to William 
le Waleys de Walton and Agnes his wife of five acres in Rostliston 
field, lying at Drakelowemere, Grettenfurlong, Le Toftes, Hungerhill, 



Rosliston. 257 

Le Peteputtes, and Oxfurlong (outside the priest's garden). Witn. 
Roger Adam de Walton, William Dunstan, Robert de Fynderne, etc. 
Dat. Rosliston, Th. in Whitsun Week [2 June], i Edw. II. [1308.] 
(Gresley 169.) 

2035. Lease from Stephen de Segrave, in the name of his lord and 
father, John, Lord of Segrave, to William le Warde de Cotene of the 
mill of Rosliston, with suit of court. Rent, twenty shillings and 
sixpence; the said William finding as surety to observe the conditions 
of the lease Richard Deveneshire de Cotene. Dat. Tu. a. F. of 
St. Chad [2 Mar.], 9 Edw. II. [1316]. (Gresley 177.) 

2036. Grant from Ralph Mechel de Roslaston to William Talbot, 
jun., de Roslaston, of land in Rosliston. Witn. Rob. Fabel, Stephen 
le Warde, Will, le Warde. Dat. Roshston, Tu. a. F. of St. Luke 
[18 Oct.], 16 Edw. II. [1322]. (Gresley 201.) 

3037. Grant from Robert Nichol de Rostelaston to William 
Talebot, senior, de Rostelaston, of two parts of a messuage and of 
land in Rosliston, which he formerly held, as it was divided between 
him and Cecily, his late daughter. Witn. Richard Mareys, Robert 
Mareys, Ralph Michel, etc. Dat. F. of Ascension [5 May], 16 Edw. II. 
[1323]- (Gresley 203.) 

2038. Lease from Richard le Mareys de Rostelaston to William 
fil. Willelmi Talbot de eadem, and Cecily his wife, of three selions of 
arable land in the fields of Rosliston, lying on Sonderlondus, Southfield, 
and Gratterf urlong ; rent, a rose at Midsummer. Witn. William Talbot, 
sen., Robert le Mareys, William le Warde de Coton, etc. Dat. 
Rosliston, M. a. F. of St. Thomas [21 Dec], 10 Edw. III. [1336]. 
(Gresley 245.) 

2039. Grant from William Scot de Rostelaston to Dom. Adam 
Gould, capellanus, and Richard Austyn de Herlaston, of a messuage and 
land in Rosliston and Coton which the said William inherited on the 
death of Richard and Margery Scot, his father and mother, with the 
goods, chattels, and growing crops on the same land, and the reversion 
of three acres of land which Nicholas le Meleward holds for his life 
in Coton. Witn. Stephen le Warde, William Talbot, Richard Isbel, 
etc. Dat. Rosliston, F. of Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 18 Edw. III. 
[1344]. (Gresley 262.) 

2040. Quitclaim from William fil. Willelmi Talbot de Roslaston 
to Alice, que fuit uxor Willelmi Talbot, and to John her son, of all 
those lands and tenements which the said Alice and John held in 
Rosliston by grant from John atte Calengewode, capellanus, and which 
the latter acquired from William Talbot, father of the above-men- 
tioned W. Talbot. Witn. Dom. Ralph de Rostlaston, capellanus, John 
Hoky, Stephen Warde de Coton, etc. Dat. W. b. F. of St. Bartholomew 
[24 Aug.], 21 Edw. III. [1349]. (Gresley 274.) 

2041. Grant from William Talbot de Rostlaston, senior, to William 
his son of a moiety of a virgate of land in Rosliston which sometime 
belonged to William Talbot, father of the grantor, lying on Apultre- 
furlong, Bruggefurlong, Le Mere, Grettenefurlong, Wethslade, Blake- 
londes, etc. Witn. Richard Marreys, Robert Marreys, Nicholas Isbel, 
etc. Dat. Rosliston, Mon. a. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 
25 Edw. III. [1361]. (Gresley 294.) 

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258 Roslision, 

2042. Grant from William le Glover de Calton to John fil. 
Stephani de Coton, capellanus, of arable land in Rosliston lying on 
BrokfoBlong, Bruggeforlong, etc. Witn^ William Talbot, Richard 
Mareys, Nicholas Isbel, etc. Dat. Rosliston, F. of St. Katherine 
[25 Nov.], 39 Edw. III. [1365]- (Gresley 303.) 

2043. Quitclaim from Ralph de Pareys and John de Coton, 
capellani, to Henry fil. Roberti Mareys, clericus, of all their lands 
and tenements in Rosliston and WaltonrOn-Trent, which they had by 
grant from Alice, que fuit reHcta Willelmi Talbot, sen., de Rosteleston. 
Witn. Stephen Warde, Richard Mareys, Nicholas Isbel. Dat. Fr. b. 
Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 41 Edw. III. [1368]. (Gresley 307.) 

2044. Grant from John Canne de Rostelaston to Richard de 
Blaggreiv, manens in Rostelaston, of a messuage in Rosliston. Witn. 
Richard Mareys, William Talbot, Stephen le Warde, etc. Dat. Tu. a. 
Michaelmas Day [29 Sept.], 42 Edw. III. [1368]. (Gresley 308.) 

2045. Grant from Robert Mareys to Henry Mareys, clericus, of 
a messuage with garden near the messuage of William Humbreston, 
rector ecclesie de Walton, with all his goods in the town and fields 
of Rosliston. Witn. Richard Mareys, Nicholas Isbel, John Canne, etc. 
Dat. Rosliston, Sat. a F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 42 Edw. III. 
[1368]. (Gresley 309.) 

2046. Grant from Robert fil. et her. Ricardi Isbel to John de 
Coton, capellanus, and others, of the reversion of all the tenements 
and lands in Rosliston which Joan his mother holds during life, and 
which will fall to him on her death. Witn. Richard Marreys, Nicholas 
Isbel, John Canne, etc. Dat. Easter Mond. [2 Apr.], 43 Edw. III. 
[1369]. (Gresley 312.) 

2047. Quitclaim from the same of the reversion of same lands. 
Same witnesses. Dat. Wed. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 
43 Edw. III. [1369]. (Gresley 313.) 

2048. Similar grant from the same to the same of the lands and 
tenements in Rosliston, which fell to him on the death of John 
Isbel, his uncle. Same witnesses and date. (Gresley 314.) 

2049. Grant from Richard Blagreue, manens in Caldewalle, to 
Walter fil. Ricardi Mareys, of a messuage in Rosliston. Witn. John 
Abel, Stephen Warde, William Talbot, etc. Dat. Rosliston, S. a. F. 
of St. John a.p.l. [6 May], 48 Edw. III. [1374]. (Gresley 326.) 

2050. Quitclaim from Henry Mareys, capellanus de Rostlaston, to 
Walter Mareys, of a messuage and garden in Rosliston, lying between 
the messuage of Richard Mareys and the messuage of the late William 
Humbreston, rector ecclesie de Walton-super-Trent. Witn. Stephen 
Warde, William Canne, John Abell, etc. Dat. Rosliston, S. a. F. 
of Holy Trinity [22 May], 3 Ric. II. [1380]. (Gresley 343.) 

2051. Grant from Nicholas Isabel al. vocatus Nicholas Grene de 
Allerwas to Walter Marreys de Rostlaston of all his lands and tenements 
in Rosliston. Witn. John Abel, WiUiam Marreys, Stephen Warde, etc. 
Dat. Whitsun Tuesday [12 June], 9 Ric. II. [1386]. (Gresley 347.) 

2052. Power of attorney by Nicholas Isabel, al. Nicholas Grene 
de Allerwas, to William Hood de Coton, to deliver seisin to Walter 
Marreys de Rostlaston of all his lands in Rosliston. [1386.] (Gresley 
348.) 



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2053. Lease from Walter Mareys de Rostlaston to William Mar'eys 
of a messuage with garden, land, and meadow in Rosliston, for term 
of his hfe. Witn. John Abell de Caldewell, Richard Scot de Rostlaston, 
John at-Walle de eadem. Dat. Rosliston, F. of St. Thomas [21 Dec], 
5 Hen. IV. [1403]. (Gresley 369, 370.) 

2054. Quitclaim from Henry Mareys de Rostlaston, capellanus, to 
Walter Mareis of all the lands and tenements which the former 
acquired in Rosliston from Ralph de Paris and John de Coton. Same 
witnesses and date. (Gresley 371.) 

2055. Grant from Walter Marreys de Rostlaston to John Marreys 
his son of all his possessions in Rosliston and Linton and elsewhere 
in CO. Derby. Witn. Thomas Gresley, mil., John Abell de Caldewelle, 
William Warde de Coton, etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 
14 Hen. IV. [1413]. (Gresley 395.) 

2056. General release from John fil. Johannis Sheperd, al. dicti 
Johannis atte Walle de Rostlaston, to John Mareys fil. Walteri Mareys 
de Roslaston. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 4 Hen. V. 
[1416]. (Gresley 399.) 

2057. Quitclaim from Henry Marreys, capellanus, to John Marreys 
de Rostlaston of all his lands, etc., in Rostliston, which, were some- 
time Robert Isabell's, and were conveyed by him to the said Henry 
Marreys and feoffees now deceased. Witn. Thomas de Gresley, mil., 
John Dethik, armiger, John Abell, etc. Dat. Rosliston, Thurs. in 
Easter week [27 Mar.], 9 Hen. V. [1421]. (Gresley 403.) 

2058. Grant from John Marreys to his brother Nicholas Marreys 
of the reversion of a messuage and virgate of land lately held by 
John Dawson, which will fall to him on the death of his mother 
Alice, widow of John Marreys, sen. Witn. Henry Holond, William 
Ward de Coton, John Thurmond. Dat. Rosliston, W. a. F. of 
Epiphany [6 Jan.], 18 Hen. VI. [1440]. (Gresley 418.) 

2059. Grant and quitclaim from John Marreys to Thomas Smyth 
de Thorp and Joan his wife, of a cottage and croft, etc., in Rosliston. 
Dat. 27 Feb., i Mar., 20 Hen. VI. [1442]. (Gresley 419, 420.) 

2060. Grant from John Marreys fil. et her. Johannis Marreys to 
Nicholas his brother, " nunc manens in Sneynton iuxta Notyngham," 
of a messuage and virgate of land adjacent in Rosliston. Witn. Richard 
Calangewode, Thomas Wylkynson, Ralph Blacgreve, etc. Dat. M. a. 
F. of St. Vincent [22 Jan.], 22 Hen. VI. [1444]. (Gresley 421.) 

2061. Quitclaim from John Marreys fil. et her. Joh. Marreys to 
William de Shepey, nunc manens in Caldewall, of that messuage and 
virgate in Rosliston which the said William lately acquired by grant 
from Nicholas Marreys, his brother, " manens in Sneynton iuxta 
Notyngham." Witn. John Broun, Robert Thirmond de Lynton, William 
Warde de Coton. Dat. S. a. Epiph. [6 Jan.], 23 Hen. VI. [1445]. 
(Gresley 426.) 

2062. Grant and quitclaim from John Marreys fil. et her Joh. 
Marreys and Margery his wife to Roger Gyldyrson, of all his lands, 
etc., in Rosliston. Witn. John Broune, Ralph Blacgreve de Lynton, 
Richard Calengewod de Caldewall. Dat. 9, 10 Dec, 27 Hen. VI. 
[1448]. (Gresley 427, 428.) 



26o Rosliston. 

2063. Quitclaim from Alice Hyll, nuper uxor Johannis Marreys, 
sen., to John Marreys her son, of all the lands, etc., which she had 
from, her said husband. Witn. John Broune, Ralph Blacgreve, Richard 
Chalengewod. Dat. 4 Dec, 27 Hen. VI. [1448]. (Gresley 429.) 

2064. Quitclaim from William Babyngton, knt., to Roger 
Gyldreson, sen., of all those lands, etc., in Rosliston, which lately 
belonged to Walter Marys or John Marys his son. Witn. John Gresley, 
John Abney, John Cursun. Dat. Nottingham, F. of St. Agnes [21 Jan.], 
27 Hen. VI. [1449]. (Gresley 430.) 

2065. Quitclaim from William Wade de Coton and Alice his wife, 
John their son, and Agnes le Granger, que fuit uxor Ricardi Graunger, 
to Roger Gyldurson, of lands, tenements, etc., in Rosliston. Witn. 
John Dyson, Stephen Warde, Ralph Blakegreue, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Michael [29 Sept.], 29 Hen. VI. [1450]. (Gresley 432.) 

2066. Grant and quitclaim from Roger Gylderson de Brynsley in 
com. Nottingham, Katharine his wife, and John his son, to John 
Paunton de Burton super Trent, of all his lands, etc., in Rosliston, 
Caldewall, and Lynton in co. Derby. Witn. Nicholas Chamber, Ralph 
Blakgreue, Richard Dawson, etc. Dat. 16 Apr., 30 Hen. VI. [1452]. 
(Gresley 433, 434.) 

2067. Grant from Thomas Smyth de Thorp and Joan his wife to 
William Smyth their son and Joan his wife, of a cottage and croft in 
Rosliston, the croft being that sometime belonging to John Marreys. 
Witn. Nicholas Chaumber de Caldewall, John Andrewe, and William 
Andrewe. Dat. 31 March, 36 Hen. VI. [1458]. (Gresley 435.) 

2068. Grant from John Pawnton de Burton super Trent, pejmtour, 
to Mag. Thomas Pawnton, capellanus, his son, and others, of all his 
possessions in Rosliston. Witn. Nicholas Chawmber, Richard Chalenge- 
wood, Richard Irpe, and others. Dat. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 
5 Edw. IV. [1465]. (Gresley 439.) 

2069. Grant from John, Duke of Norfolk, the Archbishop of 
Canterbury, the Bishop of Winchester, and others, to Robert Bernard, 
esquire, for his good services to the said Duke, of an annuity of £,10 
from Rostlaston [Rosliston] Manor. Dat. 11 Dec, 1465. (Berkeley 
613-) 

2070. Grant from John Broune de Roslaston to John Greysley, 
mil., and John Dawson, of all his lands and hereditaments in Rosliston, 
Coton, and Repingdon. Witn. Thomas Greysley, arm., Thomas Curson, 
arm., William Bromwich. Dat. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 1 1 Edw. IV. 
[1471]. (Gresley 441.) 

2071. Quitclaim from John Dison of Walton-on-Trent to Thomas 
Paunton, clerk, S.T.P., son and heir of John Paunton, late of Burton- 
on-Trent, to Richard Broun de Roslaston and Elizabeth his wife, of 
all the lands and tenements in Rosliston, Caldwall, and Lynton, co. 
Derby, which the said John and Thomas, jointly with other feoffees, 
lately held from John Paunton. Dat. 7 May, i Hen. VII. [i486]. 
(Gresley 453.) 

2072. Grant from Mag. Thomas Paunton, clerk, S.T.P., to Richard 
Broun of Rosliston and Elizabeth his wife, of all the lands and tenements 
in Rosliston, Caldwall, and Lynton mentioned in the preceding deed. 
Witn. John Dyson, Richard Irpe, John Irpe, etc. Dat. 18 May, 
I Hen. VII. [i486]. (Gresley 454.) 



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2073. Grant from Elena, widow of John Broune, late of Rostlaston, 
to William Dawson, son of John Dawson of Rostlaston, of a messuage, 
etc., in Rosliston, a wood and land in Coton, with other lands in 
Rosliston, Coton, and Repingdon which she acquired by grant from 
her late husband; with attorney to Thomas Cowper and Geoffrey 
Cowper to dehver seisin. Witn. Henry Vernon, knt., William Gresley, 
esq., Thomas Dethek, esq., etc. Dat. 20 July, 19 Hen. "VII. [1504]. 
(Gresley 460.) 

3074. Quitclaim from the same to Richard Broune of all her 
possessions in Rosliston, Coton, and Repingdon. Dat. 15 Apr., 
20 Hen. VII. [1505]. (Gresley 461.) 

2075. Bond, in ;£20, from William Broune of Uttoxator, co. Staff., 
yeoman, to Richard Wakelen, yeoman, to ensure to the latter and to 
Margery his wife peaceable possession of two messuages in Rosliston. 
Dat. 6 Mar., 2 Hen. VIII. [1511]. (Gresley 464.) 

2076. Acquittance from William Browne of Uttoxeter, yeoman, 
to Richard Wakelyn of Rosliston, yeoman, for six pounds rent for two 
messuages in Rosliston which the latter holds on lease for his life, 
and for a parcel of land in Coton, now tenanted by Joan Swanne, 
widow, which the said Richard holds on lease for a term of ten years, 
with covenant by the said William, in case of the said Richard's death 
within the said term, to allow his heirs and assigns to possess the 
land till the expiry of the term. Dat. 6 Nov., 9 Hen. VIII. [1517]- 
(Gresley 469.) 

2077. Acquittance from the same to the same for a rent of four 
pounds for a house in Rosliston, late in the holding of Walter Nowell, 
but which the said Richard now holds on lease for a term of ten 
years. Dat. 12 Sept., 11 Hen. VIII. [1520]. (Gresley 470.) 

2078. Grant and quitclaim from William Browne, son of Ralph 
Browne, and brother and heir of Richard Browne of Uttoxator, to 
William Wakelen, of Rostlaston, of all those messuages in Rosliston 
which the said Ralph sometime acquired from Thomas Paunton, clerk, 
son and heir of John Paunton. Witn. Richard Bratte, Richard 
Penyfader, William Rogers, and John Bratte. Dat. 20 May, 
13 Hen. VIII. [1521]. (Gresley 471, 472.) 

2079. Quitclaim from Anne Browne of Uttoxator, widow of 
William Browne, to William Wakelen of Rostlaston, of her dower lands 
in Rostliston. Dat. i Feb., 27 Hen. VIII. [1536]. (Gresley 477.) 

ROSLISTON V. also under Bretby, Cotes, Gresley, 
Repton. 

ROSTON. 

(ROSSYNGTON, ROTYNGTON.) 

2080. Grant from John Houlot, chaplain, and Roger persona 
ecclesie de Staueley to Robert Scot of Rotyngton [Roston] and Agnes 
his wife, of a messuage and bovate of land in Rotyngton. Dat. 
Rotyngton, F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 23 Edw. III. [1346]. 
(? Every.) 



202 



Roston. 



2081. Grant from Thomas fitz-Herbert of Rossyngton to Sir 
Nicholas Montegomery, knt., John de Fyndeme, Henry Bothe, John 
Fitz-Herbert of Rossyngton and John Vemay of lands in Rossyngton, 
Hultone, and Egynton. Witn. John Blount, John Cokayn, knts., 
William de Lemystre of Snelston, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of SS. Tiburtius 
and Valerian [14 Apr.], 5 Hen. IV. [1404]. (Woll. x. 18.) 

ROSTON V. also under NORBURY. 



ROWLAND IN Bakewell. 
(Roland, Rolond.) 

2082. Grant from Godfrey de Rolond to Nicholas Martyn, 
chaplain, of lands which descended to him at the death of John de 
Rolond, his father, in the vills of Roland, Caluore, and in a place 
called " Eyom Clife." Witn. Will. Wakebruge, John de Langesdone, 
clerk, John Follgeame of Little Langesdone, etc. Dat. Nat. of 
St. John B. [24 June], 39 Edw. III. [1365]. (Woll. vii. 53.) 

2083. Grant from Thomas de Bentley and Johanna his wife to 
John Andrew and John Clerk, chaplains, Godfrey de Rolond, Nicholas 
Martyn, etc., of lands which descended to the said Johanna at the 
death of Nicholas Martyn, chaplain, her uncle, in Rolond, Calvere, 
and Eyom Clyf. Witn. Roger Lethe, Henry de Longesdone, John 
Wryght of Ashford, etc. Dat. Rolond, Th. a. F. of St. John, a.p.l. 
[6 May], 4 Hen. IV. [1403]. (Woll. vii. 58.) 

2084. Grant in tail from Nicholas Martyn of Folowe, John 
Andrewe, and John Clerk, chaplains, and William Meverelle to 
Margaret, daughter and heir of Roger de Roland of the manor of 
Rolond, which they held from Thomas de Benteley and Johanna his 
wife, kinswoman and heir of Nicholas Martyn, chaplain, within the 
lordship of Eyom and Calvouere, with remainder to Margery, daughter 
of Godfrey de Rolond and Stephen de Rolond. Witn. Thomas Foliamb, 
John Stafford, James Cottrell, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of Epiph. [6 Jan.], 
10 Hen. IV. [1409]. (Woll. i. 91; vii. 59.) 

2085. Release from Johanna, widow of Thomas de Bentley of 
Tyddiswell, to John Stafford of Eyam and Margaret his wife, daughter 
and heir of Roger de Roland, and to John, their son, of lands which 
formerly belonged to Richard Martyn, chaplain, uncle of the said 
Johanna, in Roland, Calvore, and Eyom Clyf. Witn. Roger Massey 
of Heghlowe, Richard Stafford of the same, Nicholas Martyn of Folowe, 
etc. Dat. Eyom, Fr. a. F. of St. Edmund [20 Nov.], 11 Hen. VL 
[1432]. (Woll. vii. 57.) 

2086. Release from John Stafford of Eyom and Margaret his 
wife to John Stafford their son of lands which he holds conjointly with 
Robert Stafford, esq., in Roland, Calfoure, and Eyom Clyf, otherwise 
Midyltone Clyf, in Eyom. Witn. Thomas Babyngton of Leghe, Henry 
de Pole, Thomas Wodrofe, etc. Dat. Roland, Nat. of St. John B. 
[24 June], 23 Hen. VI. [1445]. (Woll. vii. 56.) 

2087. Grant from Dame Margaret Stafford, widow of John Stafford, 
esq., to Richard Stafford, their son and heir, of lands in Eyham Clyf, 
alias Midylton Clyf, and five marks annuity out of the manor of 
Roland; with proviso for the cessation of the annuity and provision 



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for the unmarried daughters of the grantor at the discretion of Thomas 
Foliambe, esq. Witn. Thomas Foliambe, esq., Henry Foliambe, James 
Foliambe, chaplain, etc. Dat. 4 Nov., 5 Edw. IV. [1465]. (Woll. vii. 
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ROWLAND IN Bakewell v. also under ASHFORD, LiTTON. 
ROWSLEY. 

(ROULESLEY, MeCHELL ROLLESLEY, ROULISLEY.) 

2088. Copy of a grant from Robert, son of Ralph de Stantona, to 
Robert Albus [White] of Roulesley, of a sart of land in Roulisley; 
rent, 3^. Witn. Sir Simon Basseth, John and William, his sons, 
Alexander, son of Robert de Stant[one], etc. Fifteenth century. 
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held of the gift of [Nicjholas Mountgomery, esq. Dat. i May, 
I Hen. VII. [i486]. (Well. x. 37.) 

ROWSLEY V. also under Haddon, Monyash. 

SANDIACRE. 

(Sandiakyr.) 

2090. Grant from P[eter] de Sandiacre, Athelina his wife, and 
Peter his son to Robert fil. Willelmi of seven bovates of land in 
Sandiacre free from all service ; rent, 3^. For this grant the said 
Robert gave the said Peter 20s. Late twelfth century. (Add. 
47502.) 

P. de Sandiacre omnibus hominibus suis francis et anglis 
presentibus et futuris salutem. Sciatis quod recognoui et con- 
cessi Roberto filio Willelmi vii bouatas terre in Sandiacre cum 
omnibus pertinenciis suis intus et foris libere et quiete ab omni 
seruicio quod ad me pertinet per iii solidos annuatim reddendos 
eidem Rodberto et heredibus suis Ex recognicione xx solidos mihi 
persoluit. Hoc concedit uxor mea Athelina et filius meus Petrus. 
His testibus {sic) Radulfus de Wildebuef, Herbertus de Broncote 
et frater eius Helyas, Galfridus de Triwelle, Anchetillus de Berges, 
Picot de Barre, Ricardus Crassus, Andreas de Wimundewald, 
Galfridus Putrel, Willelmus Britto, Hugo filius Walteri, Osmundus, 
Rodbertus de Pec, Robertus filius Radulfi, Osbertus de Salloe, 
Rogerus filius Osmundi, Valete. 

2091. Confirmation from P[eter] de Sandiacre to Robert fil. 
Willelmi of the seven bovates of land in Sandiacre granted to him by 
his father (v. preceding charter). Late twelfth century. (Add. 47503.) 

P. de Sandiacre. Omnibus hominibus suis francis et anglis 
presentibus et futuris salutem. Sciatis quod ego confirmaui 
Roberto filio Willelmi cartam patris mei de vii bovatis terre in 
Sandiacre et quod concessi eidem Roberto predictas bovatas cum 
omnibus pertinentiis et heredibus suis tenendas de me et heredibus 
meis libere et quiete intus et foris ab omni seruicio quod ad me 
pertinet per iii solidos annuatim reddendos ad festum Sancti 



264 Sandiacre. 

Michaelis. Pro hac confirmatione et recognitione dedit mihi 
predictus Robertus unam marcam. His testibus Radulpho de 
Wildebof, Gaufrido de Trewelle, Herberto de Bromcote, 
Anchet[illo] de Berges, Pichot de la Barre, Andrea de Wimunde- 
wold, Roberto filio Walterii, Patrico Rosel, Ricardo Mareschaldo, 
Helia de Eituna, Gaufrido de Essebum et Henrico Decano, 
Roberto de Burgelega, Waltero de Sandiacre, Henrico de Tuschet, 
Simone de Tuschet, Radulpho Affete, Baldewino de Sandiacre, 
Osberto armigero, Roberto de Pec, Roberto armigero. 

2093. Grant from Robert fil. Willelmi de Stapelford to Adam 
his son of four bovates of land in the vill of Sandiacre, namely, those 
two which Stephen fil. Gileberti held, and those two which Galfridus 
vicinus predicti Stephani held, with all appurtenances and with the 
men holding the said lands; the said Adam to pay two shillings yearly 
rent. Witn. Hugh de Muschamp, Richard de Camera, Geoffrey de 
Trowelle, Philip de Touke, Robert de Brancote, Richard de Alardestre, 
David Burdet, Robert Marescallus de Stapelford, Thomas de Brikesard, 
German fil. presbiteri de Stap[el]ford. Seal (man in armour on 
horseback). Early thirteenth century. (Add. 47505.) 

2093. Grant from Richard fil. Petri de Sandiacre to the Canons 
" de Parco Stanleg " [Dale Abbey] and all the free men of Sandiacre, 
of " totum Wersenape in territorio de Sandiacre " of his fee to their 
own uses and for common pasture. Witn. R. Prior of Lenton, Geoffrey 
de Sallicosa mara, Walter de Esthewyt tunc vic[arius], Phelip de 
Stretleg', William de Biling, William de Ponynton, Thomas de Henowre, 
Robert le Vavasur, Hugh de Morleg", Hugh de Wuormodisworthe, 
Robert fil. Petri de Sandiacre, clericus, John de Eston. Early 
Hen. III. (Add. 47506.) 

2094. Grant from William de Bigheleghe to Reginald de Meaudre 
of a toft and croft in the vill of Sandiacre which belonged to Robert 
fil. Toky, in exchange for another toft lying between the toft of Alan 
fil. Walteri de Sandiacre and the toft of Geoffrey Engin of the same 
vill. Witn. Dom. Walter de Estweit, Thomas de Henovere, Richard 
de Sandiacre, Williaim his brother, Robert le Vavaseur, Hugh de 
Rampestone, etc. Temp. Hen. III. or Edw. I. (Lansd. 600.) 

2095. Grant from John de Bromle, carpenter, to Nicholas le 
Coupar of Sandiakyr and Emma his wife of a toft at the head of 
the south vill of Sandiakyr, and lying between the toft of William 
Faber de Sandiakyr and the meadow called Formedue, and between 
the king's way and the water called Yrewas. Rent, a rose yearly. 
Witn. Dom. Richard le Gray, John de Stoke, John le Marescal, Will. 
le Bay, Will. Bamarde, Hugh fil. Nigel, Peter de Betegge, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Lansd. 601.) 

2096. Grant from William de Grey de Sandiacre to William 
Hasard de Sandiacre and Alice his wife, and to one of the heirs of 
their bodies, of the moiety of the messuage formerly held by Emma 
le Deye, and nine acres and one rood of land, with three roods of 
meadow in the territory of Sandiacre. Rent, \os. yearly. Dat. 
Sandiacre, F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 2 Edw. III. [1328], 
(Lansd. 602.) 

SANDIACRE v. also under Dale Abbey, Sutton in Dale. 



Scropton. 2 6 5 

SAWLEY. 

(Sallowe.) 

3097. Grant from Roland, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, to 
his servants, Edward Edmondson and Geoffrey Edmondson his son, 
of the site of his manor of Sallowe, with a dovecot, garden, etc., 
together with the ferry and fishery of the Trent there, and pastures 
called " Sandholme," " Begeford," " Conyngre Lays," " Haysekewylons," 
" Bondmanhall," " Lytyll Seke," " Lytell Hallowe," and " Wylnepyk," 
with other pastures called " le Lordes pastures," three mills for grain, 
and one fulling-mill called " Wylne myll," for their lives. Dat. 
Ecclesall, 10 Oct., 1536. (P. R. O. c. 1368.) 

SAWLEY V. also under WiLNE. 



SCARCLIFF. 

(SCARDCLIF, SCARDECLIVE.) 

2098. Confirmation by Pope Adrian IV. to Rufford Abbey 
of various grants of land in Rufford, Cratele [in Wellow, co. Notts.], 
Barton [Barton-on-Humber, co. Line], Wilgebi [Willoughby, co. 
Notts.], Eikering [Eakring, co. Notts.], Snape in Muscamp [Muskham, 
CO. Notts.], Kelum [Kelham, co. Notts.], and other places in co. Notts. ; 
and all that land which the Abbey has of the gift of Ralph de 
Ainecurt and Matilda his wife, cultivated and uncultivated, in the 
territory of Scardecliue [Scarcliff, co. Derby]. Dat. Laterani, 
Non. Nov. [5 Nov.], 11 56. (Harl. in A. 2.) 

2099. Grant from Richard, son of John Henrison of Scardclif, 
to Thomas his son and Alice Pepir in tail, of all their lands, tenements, 
etc., in Scardeclif which he had of the grant of Robert Beregge, 
clerk, and which the same Robert lately recovered from Roger Somer, 
together with all the lands, etc., the wood of Scoulewode, and wastes 
in Thikclif which he had of the grant of the same Robert, and 
which formerly belonged to Richard Hikson, chaplain, with remain- 
der succiessively in tail to Richard, son of Peter Parker of Scardclif, 
and to Thomas his brother. Dat. i July, i Hen. V. [14 13]. 
(Foljambe.) 

SCROPTON. 

2100. Grant from Edmund fil. Henrici Regis Anglie to Robert 
de Creccon de Foston of ten acres of land of his waste of Scropton 
and Foston, of which three acres lie in the moor of Foston and 
Scropton, three acres near the mill of Mackeleye, three acres between 
le Witefeld and Copplowe, and one acre on Cleyenewitheges. Witn. 
Dom. William Withet, Dom. Roger Brabazon, Ralph de Rolleston, 
Robert Schiret, Roger Wildegos, Walter Acard, etc. Dat. apud 
Tutt' [? Tutbury], F. of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 14 Edw. I. 
[1286]. (Mundy.) 

2101. Grant from Henry Porteioye to John de Crectone of two 
acres of land in the territory of Scropton lying in Stoniacris, 
Scheteners, Plumtrefurlong, Hongindehul, and Bradefurlong. Witn. 
William de Mortimer, Thomas Morel, John de Pilkote, William 
Wildegos, etc. Dat. Scropton, W. a. Pentecost [17 May], 1296. 
(Mundy.) 



266 S crop ton. 

2 1 02. Grant from William fil. Thome Morel of Scropton to John 
fil. Roberti de Cretton, living at Foston, and Elizabeth bis wife, of 
four selions of land in the fee and territory of Scropton and Foston 
in Le Flecherusholm. Witn. William Wildegos of Foston, John 
Wildegos, William le Mortimer de Scropton. Dat. Scropton, S. a. 
F. of Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 1305. (Mundy.) 

2103. Quitclaim from Agnes quondam uxor Roberti de Creyton 
to John fil. Roberti de Creyton of her dower lands in Scropton and 
Foston. Witn. Henry clericus de Foston, Thomas Acard, Hugh 
Rudde, Henry Mascory. Dat. at Foston, F. b. F. of St. Cedda, Bp. 
[7 Jan.], 13 Edw. II. [1320]. (Mundy.) 

2104. Grant from William . . . . de Scroptone to Thomas 
Acard of all his land in a certain place called " le Newemedewe " in 
the fields of Scropton. Witn. Thomas de Mackary, etc. Dat. 
16 Edw. II. [1322-3]. (Add. 4848.) 

2105. Grant from Henry Bonefaunt, chaplain, to John Rose de 
Scropton and Agnes his wife of two acres of land in the neigh- 
bourhood of Scropton and Farleston. Dat. M. b. F. of All Saints' 
[i Nov.], 133 1. (Add. 1058.) 

2106. Grant from Henry de Mershton, vicar of Tuttebury, and 
William de Lucy, chaplain, to Henry, son of Thomas Chaundeler 
of the same, of two burgages in Tuttebury and lands in Scroptone. 
Witn. William de Burton, John Davy, Henry Mason, etc. Dat. S. a. 
F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 46 Edw. III. [1372]. (Add. 26104.) 

2107. Grant from Henry, son of Thomas le Chaundiler of 
Tutbury, to William de Burton of the same, of land in Scropton. 
Witn. John Took, Rob. Brese, Symon Godriche, etc. Dat. Th. b. 
F. of Inv. of Holy Cross [3 May], 46 Edw. III. [1372]. (Add. 26101.) 

2108. Release by Johanna, daughter of Thomas le Chaundeler 
of Tutbury, widow, to William de Burton of the same, of lands in 
Scropton held of Henry his brother. Witn. John Took, Robert 
Brese, Thomas Acard, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of St. John, a.p.l. [6 May], 
46 Edw. III. [1372]. (Add. 26103.) 

2109. Release by Richard Pasmere of Tutbury to William de 
Boureton of the same, of lands in Scropton held of Henry le 
Chaundeler. Witn. John Took, Robert Brese, Thomas Acard, etc. 
Dat. S. b. F. of St. John, a.p.l. [6 May], 46 Edw. III. [1372]. 
(Add. 26102.) 

21 10. Grant from John de Pulteney, Simon Broke^ and John 
Skryven to Lawrence Fyton, Robert le Heuster, parson of the church 
of Bousworthe, and Stephen del Rowe, clerk, of all the lands, etc., 
in Annesley and Scropton, which they lately had of the feoffment of 
Thomas Greseley, John Kenling, Henry Ive, Laurence Braybon, clerk, 
and Catherine, late the wife of Henry le Wryght of RoUeston. Dat. 
F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 15 Hen. IV. {sic). (P. R. O. b. 80.) 

31 1 1. Quitclaim from Thomas Chedelle, formerly of Broghton, 
CO. Derby, to William Burton de Tuttebury of his title to lands and 
tenements in tine lands of Scropton. Witn. Thos. Acard, etc. Dat. 
"in vigilia carniprivii " [25 Feb.], 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Add. 4862.) 



Skat ton. 267 

21 12. Extract from a view of frank-pledge held at Scropton on 
the F. of SS. Philip and James [i May], 23 Hen. VII. [1508], of 
the admission of William Ayld and William his son to a tenement 
and land [in Scropton]. (Woll. vi. 17.) 

21 13. Extract of roll of a court held at Scroptone, on Tuesday, 
F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], i Hen. VIII. [1509]. (Add. 4865.) 

SCROPTON V. also under FosTON, Matlock. 

SEDSALL. 

(Seddissall, Segesale, Segeshale, Seggesale, Seggeshale.) 

21 14. Grant from William, son of Henry de Seggesale, to John 
Wymme de Uttokesathe and Walter his brother, of three acres of 
land in the fields of Seggesale. Witn. John le Mareschal, Ric. le 
Serjaunt, etc. Dat. S. a. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 13 Edw. III. 
[1340]. (Add. 4883.) 

2 1 15. Grant from John Whyteheved de Asshebome to Nicholas 
de Beerd of a messuage and three acres of land in Segeshale. Witn. 
Will, de Montegomery, dominus de Segesale, John del Brugge, Andrew 
del Brugge, William Hankynsone, etc. Dat. T. a. F. of Beheading 
of St. John Bapt [29 Aug.], 30 Edw. III. [1356]. (Add. 4884.) 

SEDSALL V. also under Thurvaston. 

SHARDLOW. 

(Sardelova, Schardelowe.) 

2 1 16. Remembrancer's Roll in the account of John ate Halle 
for the service of the Manor of Schardelowe at Coulynges from S. a. 
F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.] to Michaelmas [29 Sept.] following, 
1331. (Add. 5245.) 

SHARDLOW V. also under MORLEY. 

SHATTON. 

(ScHATTON, Over Shatton.) 

21 17. Grant from Robert fil. Elie de Bradewell and Alice his 
wife to Dom. Thomas Foleiaumbe of Tediswell fil. Thome Foleiambe, 
mil., of a yearly rent of T.2d. secured upon their lands in Schatton. 
Witn. Richard fil. Will. Foleiambe of Wormhull, Nicholas Foleiaumbe, 
Ralph Coterell. Dat. Tedeswell, S. a. F. of St. John a.p.l. [6 May], 
26 Edw. I. [1298]. (Foljambe.) 

21 18. Grant from Hugh de Streley to John Talbot, Lord Talbot 
and Fournyvall, Roger Stedman, and Richard Worteley, of a capital 
messuage and lands, etc., called " Over Shatton " in the Peak. Dat. 
Shatton, F. of Inv. of Holy Cross [3 May], 2 Hen. VI. [1424]. 
(P. R. O. c. 3362.) 

21 19. Release by William del Bour', son of John del Bour' 
of Quytefeld to William del Brome, chaplain, of lands in Shatton, 
Burghe, Thornehulle, and Astone, and a forestry in Eydale. Witn. 
Richard le Vernoun, knt., John del Pole of Hertyngtone, Richard de 
Pylkyngton, etc. Dat. Shattone, Fr. a. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 
7 Hen. VI. [1428]. (Woll. iii. 12.) 

SHATTON V. also under Bradwell. 



268 Sheldon. 

SHELDON 

(Sheladon, Shelladon), 
V. under ASHFORD, Chapel-en-le-Frith, HADDON. 

SHIPLEY. 

(Shipeley.) 

2120. Grant from John Strelley, esq., to Henry Willoughby, 
Gervase Clifton, John Dygby, knts., Simon Dygby, Edward Stanop, 
and Roland Dygby, esquires, of all his lordship's manors, lands, etc., 
in Strelley, Billeborough, Trowell, Chilwell, Addenborough, Ratclyf- 
upon-Trent, South Leverton, Notyngham, Lenton, Muskeham, Oxton, 
Colson Basset, Bramcote, Codgrave, Stapulford, Wheteley, North 
Leverton, Hemsell and Baseforth, co. Notts., and Shipeley, Mapurley, 
and Langeley, co. Derby; with letter of attorney authorising Robert 
Strelley and Richard Baker to deliver seisin. Witn. John Babyngton, 
knt., Thomas Kebeell, one of the king's Serjeants at law, and William 
Brett. Dat. i March, ii Henry VH. [1496]. (P. R- O. c. 3270.) 

SHIPLEY V. also under ILKESTON. 
SHIREBROOK in Pleasley. 

(SCHIRBROK.) 

2 12 1. Grant from John Bairg of Skardeclive to Richard de 
Dethek, capellanus, of all his lands, etc., in Schirbrok. Witn. Hugh 
Stuffyn, Thomas de Skyrbrok, John Salvage, etc. Dat. M. a. Tr. 
of St. Thomas [7 July], 13 Edw. II. [1319]. (Foljambe.) 

SHIRLEY. 

(SCHIRLEY.) 

2122. Grant from Ralph de Schirley, miles, to Nicholas de 
Marchyntone of a place of land in Schirley in exchange for other 
land there. Dat. Morr. of F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 4 Edw. II. 
[131 1]. (Woll. ix. 20.) 

SHIRLEY V. also under Yeaveley. 
SHUCKTHORN v. under Plaistow. 

SMALLEY. 

2123. Demise by Henry Rolleston, John Bradshawe, William 
Dethik, clerk, William Saucheverell, Henry Stathum, and Henry 
Reddeford, chaplain, to William Zouche and Joan, his wife, daughter 
and heiress of Henry Stathum, late lord of Morley, for their lives, of 
all the messuages and lands, etc., in Smalley, which they had of the 
grant of the said Joan, with remainder to her right heirs ; also letter 
of attorney authorising Milo Blackwall and Thomas Mongombre to 
deliver seisin of the said premises. Dat. 18 May, 2 Hen. VII. [1487]. 
(P. R. 0. B. 3360.) 

SMALLEY V. also under Morley. 



Snelston. 269 

SMISBY. 

(Smithesbi, Smythesby.) 

2124. Release from Ralph Payn of Caldewelle, chaplain, to John 
de Irland, son of Ralph de Irland of Horteshorn, of lands in Smythesby. 
Witn. Robert de Howe of Sekyntone, Thomas de Barlastone of 
Blacfordeby, John Pylle of Smythesby, etc. Dat. Smythesby, T. a. 
F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 57 Edw. III. [1377]. (Woll. i. 89.) 

SMISBY V. also under Calk. 



SNELSTON. 

(Snellesdone, Snelleston, Snelstone, Syleneston.) 

2125. Covenant between B[artholomew], Prior, and the Convent 
of Totesbir' [Tutbury], and Hugh de Aucoure and his heirs, that the 
Prior and Convent have granted to the said Hugh all their culture 
which is of their demesne beyond the bridge " hanging " towards 
Aucoure, between the road leading from Maafelt [Mayfield] to Aucoure 
and the Dove, with three selions besides, contiguous to the said 
culture in the part towards Aucoure ; and the said Hugh has granted 
to the church of St. Mary and the monks serving there all his culture 
between the mill of Syleneston [Snelston, co. Derb.] and the fields 
of Maafelt on either side the Dove, which he retained in his own 
demesne of the land which he gave to Geoffrey his brother in 
Syleneston. Witn. Dom. William [de F'errariis], Comes Derbe, 
Raginald de Kard', Dapifer, Stephen capellanus, John capellanus, 
Henry de Braillefort, William de Grendon, Geoffrey de Aucoure, 
Nicholas de Cauueland, Robert de Syrefort, Robert de Bee, Robert 
de Lee, Henry de Daneston, William de Ypestanes. Early thirteenth 
century [1200-1225]. Fragments of two seals. (Okeover.) 

2126. Grant from Matildis de Grendona to Roger de Accouere 
her son of all that laiid of his inheritance extending from the croft of 
Ralph fil. Willelmi tunc tenentis, to the ditch which divides the two 
cultures which extend from the king's way to Lutlewodebroc, with 
the meadow belonging to the said land ; to hold by tenure of a pair 
of white gloves at Easter. Witn. Dom. Robert de Accouere, Dom. 
William de Mungomery, Dom. Robert de Esseburne, Dom. Thomas 
de Ednesouere, Dom. Richard de Ednesouere, Oliver le Foun, Ranulf 
de Westona, Henry le Foun. Temp. Edw. I. (Okeover.) 

2127. Lease from Adam Forestarius de Snelleston to William de 
le Hul in Snelleston of an acre of land in the fee of Snelleston, 
extending from the land of the late Adam Ody up to Littelwodebroc, 
to hold till the said William has had five crops from the land at the 
rent of a red rose on St. James' Day [25 July]. Witn. John Baule, 
William de Grendon, Henry de Thorp, Robert le Walour, Hugh de 
Thokeby, John le Ou, clericus. Dat. Michaelmas Day, 1285. 
(Okeover.) 

2128. Grant from William de Grendon fil. Serlonis de Grendon 
to Walter Mountegomery of messuages, etc., in Snelstone. Witn. 
Nicholas Herbert, John Terry, Henry Pees, etc. Circ. 1350. 
(Foljambe.) 



270 Snelston. 

2129. Release from William Pachet, clericus, to Walter Mount- 
gomery and his heirs male in tail of a messuage and lands in Snelstone, 
with remainder in tail to William Mountgomery. Witn. William de 
Grendon, John Pachet, Henry Pees, etc. Circ. 1350. (Foljambe.) 

2130. Grant from Philip de Okoure, miles, to the Prior of 
Callewych, Thomas de Marchyngton, and Thomas de Shene, of all 
the lands and tenements, etc., which fell to the said Philip on the 
death of Thomas de Hoppewell in Snelleston of the inheritance of 
the late Robert de Stanton, and all his lands in Mapelton and Stanton. 
Witn. Nicholas de Longeford, John Cokayn, knts., Robert del Hull 
de Snellestun, John Broun, Adam Felcok de Mapelton. Dat. apud 
Snelleston, S. a. F. of St. Hilary [13 Jan.], 20 Ric. II. [1397]. 
(Okeover.) 

2 131. Grant from Isabel, widow of Thomas del Hull de Snell- 
eston, to Henry de Knyveton, rector of the church of Norbury, and 
Henry Wallour, chaplain of lands in cos. Derby and Stafford inherited 
by her after the death of Isabel, widow of John Shaille and daughter 
and heiress of John de Hambury. Witn. Nicholas Mountegomery, John 
Cokayn, John Bagot, John de Ardern, milites, etc. Dat. at Snelston, 
M. a. Michaelmas, 7 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Stowe 64.) 

2132. Rental of Okover lands in Calton [co. Staff.], Schene 
[Sheen, co. Staff.], and Snellesdone [Snelston]. Early fifteenth 
century. Imperfect. (Okeover.) 

2133. Grant from Thomas Okouere de Okouere to Henry, Abbot 
of Rocester, Richard Falthurst, parson of Kyngeley, Humphrey Walker 
of Casteme, and Thomas Lokwode of Thomebery, of a pasture called 
Coldewall, with a pasture called Brendewode in the demesne of 
Okouere, and all rents in Blore Woodhowse, with a piece of meadow 
in Wodehousse, and another pasture called Cokshuthull, in the 
demesne of Snelleston. Witn. Sampson Meverell, knt., John Curson, 
John Pole. Dat. Okeouer, 6 Sept., 18 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Okeover.) 

2134. Quitclaim from Thomas Okouere of Okouere to Henry, 
Abbot of Rocestre, Richard Falthurst, parson of Kyngeley, Humphrey 
Walker of Casteme, and Thomas Locwod of Thomebery, of a pasture 
called Coldewall, and another pasture called Brendwode in the lord- 
ship of Okouere, with all appurtenances in Blore and Wodhowse, a 
piece of meadow in Blore and Wodhowse [co. Staff.], a pasture called 
Cokshuthill in the lordship of Snelleston, co. Derb. Witn. Samson 
Meverell, knt, John Curson, John Pole. Dat. Okouere, 9 Sept., 
18 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Okeover.) 

2135. Covenant between Thomas Okouere and Raufe Basset for 
the marriage of Philip Okouere, cousin and heir of the said Thomas, 
with Thomasine, daughter of the said Rauf, and for the settling on 
the same, lands in Coldewall, Blore, Woodhouses, co. Staff., and in 
Snelleston, co. Derby. Dat. Okouere, 20 Sept., 18 Hen. VI. [1439]. 
(Okeover.) 

2136. Quitclaim from John Broune of Snelston, clericus, to 
Thomas de Okouer, esquire, of all the manors, lands, etc., which 
he, the said John, held jointly with Ralph Basset, esquire, deceased, 
by grant from the said Thomas, in cos. Derby and Stafford. Dat. 
28 Nov., 34 Hen. VI. [1455]. (Okeover.) 



Snitterton. 271 

2137. Grant from Thomas Lokwod to Philip Okouere of Okouere, 
esquire, and Thomasine his wife, of all his lands in Coldwalle, an 
enclosure called Brendwode, and a piece of land in Wodhows, near 
Blore, now in the tenure of Thomas Serle and Robert Lont, a rent 
of 20s. in Wodhows, land in Hyllemedowe, within the township of 
Wodhous, and in a pasture called Cokshuthill in Snelleston, co. Derby, 
which the said Thomas had of the Abbot of Rocester and Richard 
Faltehurst, rector of Kyngeley, of the feoffment of Thomas Okouere, 
esquire. Witn. John Curson of Ketelston, Nicholas Knyveton of 
Mircaston, William Basset of Blore, esquires, Humphrey Walker of 
Castem, gent., and William Tayllour of Meygnelongley. Dat. apud 
Longley, 20 Dec, 34 Hen. VI. [1455]. (Okeover.) 

2138. Power of attorney from Thomas Lokwod to William Sonde, 
rector of Blore, to deliver seisin to Philip Okouere of the lands 
described in preceding charter. Same date. (Okeover.) 

2139. Rental of Richard Okover, esquire, for Snelston, viz., 
rents of assize of free tenants there, renewed 19 Jan., 4 Hen. VII. 
[1489], to be paid at the Feasts of Nat. of St. John Bapt. [24 June] 
and St. Martin-in-Hieme [11 Nov.] by equal portions; with rents of 
the farmers there and at Atlow, Mapulton, Horn, Yeldersley, and 
Okover. (Okeover.) 

2140. Covenant for the marriage of Rondulf Eggerton, esq., with 
Isabel, dau. of Robert Hill, deceased, and of Alice his wife, now the 
wife of Rob. Woode, and the settlement on them of lands, etc., in 
Snelston of the yearly value of six marks. Dat. 20 Jan., 
18 Hen. VII. [1503]. (P. R. O. c. 2751.) 

2 141. Grant in trust from Humphrey Oker of Oker, esquire, to 
John Aston, knt., Thomas Cokkeyn, Humphrey Bradburne, esquires, 
John Blounte, Thomas Blounte, and William Hyll, chaplain, of his 
manor of Oker [Okeover], co. Staff., with all his lands, etc., in Oker, 
Wodhouse, Home [Ham], and Castorne [Casteme], in the said county, 
with his manors of Snelston and Atlowe, with lands, etc., in Snelston, 
Atlowe, Mapulton, and Yeldersley, co. Derby; with attorney to 
Thurston Lance and William Trubsha to give seisin. Dat. 22 June, 
23 Hen. VII. [1508]. (Okeover.) 

2142. (a) Rental of Humphrey Okouer renewed 19 November, 
6 Hen. VIII. [15 14], in Snelston; {]>) Rents of farmers paid quarterly 
for lands in Atlow; (c) Rents, as above, for Mapulton; (d) Rents, 
as above, for Yyldersley; (e) Rents, as above, for Wodhowse; 
(/) "Hum and Castorne for chef Rentt"; (f) "Okover lordschype." 
(Okeover.) 

2143. "The Replicacion of Himifrey Okouer (pi). Apr., 
30 Hen. VIII.) to the vnswere of John Fitzherbert," relating to an 
exchange of land called " the Morewalles," etc., in Snelston. 
Temp. Hen. VIII. (Okeover.) 

SNELSTON V. also under Atlow, Cubley, Sudbury. 

SNITTERTON. 

2144. Grant from Dom. Gerard de Suttone, miles, to William 
de Aldewerk of a selion of land lying between the lands of Dom. < 
Robert de Marcham and Ralph fil. Gilbert! de Snuterton at the west 
of the vill, in exchange for as much land in Snuterton lying near the 



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Snitterton. 



land of Dunyig de Snuterton. Witn. Dom. Robert de Marcham, Ralph 
de Rerisby, Robert de Wednisleya, Henry de Matlac. Tem^. 
Hen. in. (Woll. x. 4.) 

3145. Grant from Ranulph de Snyterton to John de Sutton of 
nine butts and a rood of land in exchange for half an acre and a 
rood in Snyterton. Witn. Roger de Wednslegh', John de Derlegh', 
Laurence Coterel, etc. Dat. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], i3i9[2o]. 
(Woll. i. \a, Woll. X. 64a.) 

2146. Release from Ranulph de Sniterton to John, fil. et her. 
Johannis de Sutton of an orchard and land in Sniterton, in exchange 
for other lands there. Witn. Roger de Wednesleye, Henry de Hopton, 
Wilham de Hopton, etc. Temp. Edw. II. (Woll. x. 9.) 

3147. Grant from Richard de Dethek fil. Robert! de Dethek, 
knt., to John de Kynardeseye, jun., and Joan liis wife of two parts 
of a moiety of the manor of Lee, near Dethek, together with the 
reversion of the third part of the said moiety (which Ranulph de 
Snitt[ert]on and Cecily his wife held by name of the said Cecily's 
dowry which she had from Thomas de Ferrariis, her late husband, on 
the said Cecily's death, with remainder, on failure of issue, to the 
said John and Jean, to Geoffrey fil. Roberti de Dethek. Witn. Dom. 
John de Heriz, Dom. Adam de Rerisby, Geoffrey de Dethek, etc. 
Dat. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], i Edw. III. [1327]. (Holland.) 

3148. Grant from Henry de Suttone to Dom. Hugh fil. Alani 
de Ednessouere, chaplain, of all his lands, etc., in Snitterton and 
Matlock, which he inherited after the death of John and Thomas 
his brothers. Witn. John de Dethek, Roger de Wednesl', Ranulph 
de Snytertone, Gerard de Wednesl', etc. Dat. F. of St. Thomas 
[21 Dec], 1350. (Woll. X. 13.) 

SNITTERTON v. also under ASHBOURNE. 

SOMERSALL IN Brampton. 

3149. Bond, in ;£[4o, from John Hygdon of Brimington to John 
Schawe of Somersall not to challenge the title of the latter to lands 
which were late Thomas Schawe's, father of the said John Schawe, 
in Somersall, Chesterfield, Walton, Brampton, Baslowe, Bubnell, 
Chatsworth, Hope, and Castelton. Dat. Tu. b. F. of St. Katharine 
[25 Nov.], I Hen. VII. [1485]. (Woll. iii. 72.) 

3150. Similar bond from Margaret Schawe, one of the daughters 
of Thomas Schawe, late of Somersall, to her brother John Schawe. 
Same date. (Woll. iii. 76.) 

SOMERSALL HERBERT. 

(Cherchsomersale, Chirchesomersale, Kirke Somersale, 

SOMERSALE, SOMERSALE HERBERD'.) 

3151. Grant from Thomas fil. Willelmi Hereberti de Somersale 
to the church and canons of Rocester [co. Staft".] of four acres of 
land in Somersale which Richard fil. Symonis Bacun holds. Witn. 
Dom. Robert del Per', Hamo de Saperton, John Morel, Thomas de 
Mackelega, John fil. Symonis de Foston. Temp. Hen. III. (D. A. J. 
iv- 5-) 



Somersall Herbert. 273 

2152. Quitclaim from Hugh de Almunton to Thomas fil. Willelmi 
fil. Herbert! de Somersale, his lord, of two bovates of land in 
Somersale. Witn. Dom. William de Montegomery, William de 
Meysam, knt., Dom. Peter de Bakepuz, Robert de Segeshale, Walter 
de Bosco, Richard fil. Herberti, clericus. Temp. He'n. III. (D. A. J. 
iv- 5-) 

2153. Lease for life -from William de Mountgomery to Thomas 
le Croweknaue of Conibruge, of land in Somersale to be held by 
his assigns for twenty years in the event of his death within that 
period; rent, 13^. Witn. Robert de la Mulnetone, Robert de Segishale, 
Ralph de Bosco of Douerebruge, etc. Dat. F. of Ann. of B. V. M. 
[25 Mar.], 15 Edw. I. [1287]. (Woll. ix. 55.) 

2154. Quitclaim from Thomas fil. Herberti, Dominus de Somer- 
sale, to Walter fil. domini Willelmi de Saundeby, of three shillings 
annual rent [in Somersale], which the said Walter has purchased from 
William fil. Ricardi de Kyngistonleys, and which Alan Champeneys 
de Mercinton was accustomed to pay to the said William. Witn. Dom. 
William de Mongummery, Dom. Brian de Sancto Petro, Robert de 
Segisshal, etc. Temf. Edw. I. (D. A. J. iv. 7.) 

2 155. Quitclaim from William fil. Ricardi de Kyngestonlehees to 
Walter fil. dom. Will, de Saundeby of the homage and service (namely, 
an annual rent of three shillings) of Alan fil. Will. Champeneys, in 
respect of land in Somersale Herbert; and a grant of half an acre 
of meadow in Le Wytedoles in Somersale which Richard fil. Mathei 
de Schauynton held, paying an annual rent on the Feast of St Blaise 
[3 Feb.] of one halfpenny. Witn. Dom. William de Montegomori, 
Richard de Kyngesley, Robert de Seggeshal. Temp. Edw. I. 
(D. A. J. iv. 7-) 

2156. Release from William fil. Ricardi de Kyngestonlehees to 
Walter de Saundeby of an annual rent of one halfpenny from half 
an acre of meadow in Somersale. Witn. William de Montegomore, 
Robert de Seggeshal, Richard de Kyngesley, John Wace, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (D. A. J. iv. 8.) 

2157. Lease from Alan de Denston to Elias del Lee de Nether 
Somersale of a messuage and lands in Uver Somersale, for forty years. 
Witn. Nicholas fitz-Herbert, Thomas fil. Margerie, John Erie, etc. 
Dat. apud Bretton, Vig. of St. Martin [10 Nov.], 11 Edw. II. [1317]- 
(Trusley.) 

2158. Release, for life, from Walter de Montegomery, mil., 
Dominus de Sudbury, to William fil. Alexandri de Somersale of the 
moiety of a messuage with land which Henry le Bercher held in 
Somersale Wodehousus; rent, io.s. Witn. Nicholas FitzHerbert de 
Somersale, Thomas Wace of Malkeley, Thomas fil. Margerie de 
Somersale. Dat. Murchinton Mongomery, Fr. a. F. of the Epiphatay 
[6 Jan.], II Edw. II. [1318]. (Woll. ix. 56.) 

2159. Grant from Nicholas fil. Thome fil. Herberti de Somersale 
to Walter de Saundeby of a messuage and bovate of land which the 
latter had by grant from Alan fil. Will. Chaumpeneys in Somersale 
Herberd and a half-acre of meadow which Richard de Schauinton 
leased to him. Witn. Dom. Ralph de Munjoye, William de 
Mungomeri, Henry de Knyveton, Richard de Kyngesley. Temp. 
Edw. II. (D. A. J. iv. 9.) 



2 74 Somersall Herbert. 

2160. Grant from Richard fil. Rob. de Mungomery to Henry fil. 
Thome fil. Herbert! de Somersale and Roger his brother of land and 
meadow which he had from Henry fil. Thom. de Littlewode in 
Chirchesomersale. Witn. Nicholas fil. Herbert!, John de Benteleye, 
Richard de Schauinton, etc. Tewp. Edw. II. (D. A. J. iv. 10.) 

3161. Grant in tail from Thomas de le Lee de Somersale to 
William his son and Agnes fil. Benedict! de Shalcross his wife of the 
land in Lower Somersale which he purchased from Robert his brother 
and from William de Saundebi. Witn. Dom. Henry fiz Herebert, 
chaplain of Somersale, William ad-boscum de Doubregge, John de 
Schawenton. Dat. apud Scalecros, Vig. of St. James [24 July], 
1325. (D. A. J. iv. II.) 

2162. Lease, for sixteen years, from Walter de Mountegomery, 
knt.. Lord of Sudbury, to John de Somery, chaplain, of a messuage 
and lands in Somersale, which Thomas, his brother, formerly held; 
rent, 11^. Witn. Henry de Delastone, Roger atte Yate, William atte 
Lone. Dat. Cubbeley, S. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 23 Edw. III. 
[1349]- (Woll. !x. 58.) 

2163. Grant from Edmund Hayward, chaplain, to John Edrech, 
jun., and Margery his wife, of all his lands in Somersale which he had 
by feoffment from the same John, with remainder to John Edrech 
fil. Walteri Edrech de Somersale. Witn. John Somersale, Thomas 
Boteler, Thomas Hardyng, etc. Dat. Sudbury, Whitsun Eve [21 May], 
13 Hen. IV. [1412]. (D. A. J. iv. 14.) 

2164. Grant, in tail, from John Fitzherbert de Somersale to 
John Fitzherbert his son of a messuage and two bovates of land ita 
Kirke Somersale, and the rent from a messuage and three bovates of 
land there which Henry by-ye-broke holds; with a messuage and 
bovate of land in Potter Somersale which he acquired from Thomas 
Okeyly, parson of Sudbury, Edward Bretby, and John Tadynton, 
chaplains, and a close called Dicheryddynge, in the fee of Dubbrige 
[Doveridge], and all those lands in Perwyche [Parwich] which he 
acquired from John in-le-Lene and Isabella his wife. Dat. F. of 
St. John B. [24 June], i Hen. VI. [1423]. (D. A. J. iv. 14.) 

2165. Grant from John Fyzherbert of Somursale to John Attebroke 
to William Fyzherbert, his uncle, John Myners of Uttoxeter, esquire, 
William Nodyon, chaplain, and Robert Attebrok, rector of Somersale, 
of all his lands in cos. Derby and Leicester. Witn. John Mydulton, 
William Perkyn, bailiff of Uttoxeter, etc. Dat. All Saints' Day, 
18 Hen. VI. [1439]. (D. A. J. iv. 16.) 

2166. Grant from Robert Fraunces and Elizabeth his wife to 
John Fyzherbert of Somursale, son and heir of John Fyzherbert, 
deceased, of all the lands in Somersale which the said Elizabeth had 
jointly with her late husband, John Fyzherbert, of the grant of Adam 
Welton and Robert Brok, clerk. Witn. Robert de Aston, Richard 
Bagot, John Kynerdesley, John Myners, and William Perkyn, bailiff 
of Uttoxeter. Dat. 3 July, 38 Henry VI. [1460]. (D. A. J. iv. 17.) 

2167. Grant from Henry Kynerdesley of Uttoxather and Henry 
Mayster to John Fytzherbert of Cherchsomersale and Joan his wife 
of their manor of Church Somersale. Dat. 28 Aug., 38 Hen. VI. 
[1460]. (D. A. J. iv. 17.) 



Spondon. 275 

3168. Grant from Joan Ade of Sudbury, widowj to John Fight- 
harbart (sic) and Joan his wife, of all lands in Church Somersale, which 
late belonged to her father, John Edrich. Dat. Th. b. SS. Simon 
and Jude [28 Oct.], 4 Edw. IV. [1464]. (D. A. J. iv. 18.) 

2169. Bond between John Madeley of Denston, co. Staff., to John 
Mountgomery of Cubley, knt., in ^ip to ensure a conveyance to the 
latter of three closes in the lordship of Hyll Somersale. Dat. 6 June, 
22 Hen. VII. [1507]. (Trusley.) 

SOMERSALL HERBERT v. also under Cubley. 
SOUTHWOOD V. under DUFFIELD. 

SPINKHILL. 

(Spynkhill.) 

3170. Grant, in tail, from John Spynkhill of Spynkhill to 
Richard Ince, his kinsman, of lands in Spynkhill, Barleburgh, and 
Staveley. Witn. Thomas Gansell of Barlburgh, sen., William Plumley 
of Plumley, esquires, John Rodys of Staveley Wodthorpe, etc. Dat. F. 
of St. Edm., Bp. [? 16 Nov.], 2 Edw. IV. [1462]. (WoU. vi. 58.) 

SPONDON. 

2 17 1. Grant from Henry fil. Nigelli de Spondon to Robert de 
Lousheby in Spondon of half an acre of land in Spondon lying on 
Le Morfurlong, etc. Rent, a farthing; and for his soul's salvation and 
for the soul of Dom. Michael de Kirkeby, quondam vicaxius de 
Spondon, one half-pound of wax for the altar of the 'B. V. Mary in 
Spondon church. Witn. Thomas la Poher, Hugh de Hereford, Henry 
de Morlege, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Locko.) 

2172. Grant from Emma fil. Ricardi Mercatoris de Spondon to 
Robert de Lousheby in Spondon of an acre and a half rood of land 
in Spondon. Witn. Thomas le Poher, Hugh de Hereford, Henry de 
Morleg'. Temp. Hen. III. (Locko.) 

2173. Grant from the same Emma to the altar of the B. V. Mary, 
Spondon, " ad luminare eiusdem promouendum in ecclesia de Spondon 
per manus parochianorum," of one acre of land in the territory 
of Spondon lying on Godwich and on le Wetelondys. Witn. Robert 
de Karduyl, Henry de Morlege', Robert ad fraxinum, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Locko.) 

2174. Grant from Henry fil. Nigelli de Morleye in Spondon in 
soul alms to the altar of the B. V. Mary for a lamp in the church 
of Spondon, of an acre of land in Spondon lying on Le Morfurlong. 
Witn. Robert de Karduyl, Hugh de Hereford, Robert ad fraxinum. 
Temp. Hen. III. (Locko.) 

2175. Licence from the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield for the 
appropriation of Spondon Church to the Hospital of Burton Lazars. 
Dat. apud Kynilleworth, xi. kal. Feb. [22 Jan.], 1286. (Lichf. AA. i.) 



276 Spondon. 

2176. Quitclaim from Agnes fil. et her. Nicholai Averey de 
Spondon to William fil. Andrea ad-le-Broc de Spondon and Agnes his 
wife, dau. of William de Kynston, of land in Spondon previously 
leased to the same for their lives. Witn. Thomas le Pouer, Robert de 
Cardoyl, Andrew ad fraxinum de Alwaston, etc. Dat. Michaelmas 
Day, 1296. (Kerry xix. 322.) 

2177. Grant from Hugh de Meinel of Winster to Simon fil. et 
her. Willelmi Ponger of Wyvehsthorp of a messuage in Spondon and 
a rent from three messuages in Le Wallemor. Witn. WilUam le 
Herbeiour de Chaddesden, Thomas de Derleye, Thomas le Poer, etc. 
Dat. W. a. F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 4 Edw. III. [1311]- (Kerry 
xix. 323.) 

2178. Grant from Simon Ponger of Willesthorpe to Matilda his 
daughter of seven tofts and buildings in Spondon lying in Le 
Wallemor, which he had by feoffment from Hugh le Meynill of 
Winster. Witn. William de Chaddesden, knt., William le Wyne, 
Winiam_ atte Crosse, William Cardoyle, etc. Circ. 1320. (Kerry 
xix. 324.) 

2179. Quitclaim from Margery de Notyngham of Derby to John 
de Twyford and Margaret his wife of three acres of land in Spondon 
which she had by grant from Agnes Brok. Witn. William de Chad- 
desden, knt., William Wyn, William atte Cros, etc. Dat. M. a. F. 
of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 3 Edw. III. [1329]- (Kerry xix. 325.) 

2180. Order by Edmund le Botiller to Thomas Broun to deliver 
to John de Twyford possession of the lands late Ralph Pipard's in 
Spondon. Dat. York, i Oct., . . . Edw. III. (Kerry xix. 325.) 

2 181. Grant from Matildis Larcher of Nottingham to Robert de 
Lowesby of Spondon and Alice his wife of a messuage " ex opposite 
fontis " in the said vill, which she inherited on the death of Marjory 
Attebernes. Witn. John de Twyford, William Colman, Robert Baylli. 
Dat. F. of St. Gregory [12 March], 44 Edw. III. [1370]. (Locko.) 

2182. Grant from Robert Louseby of Spondon and Alice his 
wife to John le Carter of a messuage which they had by grant from 
Matildis le Archer. Witn. Dom. John de Twyford, vicar of Spondon, 
Richard Bayli, Robert Wildegos, etc. Dat. F. of St. George [23 Apr.], 
44 Edw. III. [1370]. (Locko.) 

2183. Grant from Richard Botiler and Agnes his wife to John 
de Twyford, perpetual vicar of Spondon, and Henry Slayer of Chad- 
desden, chaplain (after their death and the death of their son) of 
a parcel of land in Alredholm in Spondon. Witn. Robert Louzeby, 
Richard Bayli, etc. Dat. F. of St. Leonard [6 Nov.], 5 Ric. II. 
[1381]. (Locko.) 

2184. Power of attorney from Nicholas de Stafford, " chivaler," 
and Elizabeth his wife, to John Turvey, to deliver seisin of the manors 
of Throwley and Frodeswall, co. Stafford, and of land in Spondon, to 
Mag. Edmund Destafford, clerk, Richard, vicar of Alstonefeld, 
Nicholas Rotour, and William Osmond, chaplains. Dat. Tu. b. F. 
of St. Barnabas [11 June], 16 Ric. II. [1393]. (Add. 27501.) 



Stainsby. 277 

3185. Power of attorney to the same from Edmund de Stafford, 
clerk, Richard, vicar of Astonefeld [Allstonefield, co. Staff.], Nicholas 
Rotour, chaplain, and William Osmond, chaplain, to deliver seisin of 
the same to Nicholas de Stafford, " Chivaler," and Elizabeth his wife. 
Dat. Th. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 16 Ric. II. [1393]. (Add. 
27502.) 

2186. Power of attorney by John Grendone of Totone to Robert 
Whyte of Spondon, husbandman, and William Wedo, clerk of the 
Abbot of Dale, to deliver seisin to John Dracote and Agnes, his wife, 
of a tenement and lands which he had of the enfeoffment of Robert 
Halleswayne, senior. Dat. Spondon, Wednesday a. F. of St. Chad, 
Bp. [2 Mar.], 23 Hen. VI. [1445]. (Woll. i. 80.) 

2187. Attorney from Margaret nuper uxor Walter! Twyford to 
Henry Bradbume to take seisin of the lands of Robert Twyford of 
Chirche Longley, esquire, in Spondon and Chaddesdon. Dat. 
16 Mar., 18 Hen. VI. [1440]. (Kerry xix. 326.) 

2188. Confirmation by Ralph de la Pole, serjeant-at-law, and 
John Curson, esquire, to Margaret, widow of Walter Twyford, esq., of 
the lands in Spondon, lately Robert Twyford's, which the said Margaret 
holds for life, with remainder to the said Ralph and John. Dat. Mor. 
of St. James [26 July], 22 Hen. VI. [1444]. (Kerry xix. 327.) 

2189. Lease, for twenty-one years, from Thomas Twyfort, esquire, 
to William Lokka of a house in Spondon, late in the holding of Thomas 
Butler, and " a meyne of land called Hobson thing." Dat. T. b. F. 
of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 13 Hen. VII. [1497]. (Kerry xix. 327.) 

2190. Rental of Spondon made in presence of Thomas Somer- 
cotes, auditor, Thomas Bothby, receiver, and Thomas Wade, deputy 
steward, by virtue of letters patent of the king dated 4 Feb., 2 Hen. 
fil. Henrici \sc. Hen. VIII., 1511]. (Locko.) 

2191. Grant from George Meverell of Thoroley, esq., to Philip 
Draycote, Arthur Eyre, Philip Okar, esquires, Thomas Babyngton, son 
and heir-apparent of Antony Bab}mgton, esq., James Denton, " utriusque 
juris doctor," Rich. Jernegan, John Gyfford, Edward Grey, knts., etc., 
and others, of the manor of Frodeswall, and land in Frodeswall and 
Thoroley [co. Staff.], and Spondon, to the use of a certain indenture 
made between him and Humphrey Boolande, on the marriage of his 
son and heir-apparent to Humphrey's daughter, 2 Sept., 15 Hen. VIII. 
[1523]. (Add. 27515.) 

SPONDON V. also under DUFFIELD, TiDESWELL. 



STAINSBY. 

(Steynisby.) 

2192. Release from Richard, son of Roger Pite of Ridding, to 
William le Bret, of lands in Steynisby. Witn. Roger le Bret, John de 
Eynecourt, John de Brimintone, etc. Dat. Cestrefeld, F. of St. Luke 
[18 Oct.], 20 Edw. L [1292]. (Woll. viii. 67.) 



278 Stanley. 

STANLEY. 

2193. Lease from Peter fil. Bate dicti Reve de Stanle to Thomas 
fil. Robert! de Halum of ten acres and a half of arable land in the 
territory of Stanley, lying severally in or abutting on Le Suthbreche, 
Lochaglisiche, Harland, Stanlebroke, Sporwell, Le Otherhalfrodes, Le 
Wychengrene, Le Grenewell, Morleybrigge furlong, Stanyrode under 
Morleyparke, Baliwelle, Le Sidyerd on the highway leading- from 
Notingham to Morley, Le Endeland, Hundpittsike, Wythlandsike, 
Aspland, Dedemansgrene, etc., for a term of twelve years, at a rent 
of 14J. Witn. William fil. Will, de Stanle, Robert de Trowell, Geoffrey 
Rachel, Adam fil. Bate de Stanle. Dat. Trinity, 19 Edw. II. [1326]. 
(Woll. iv. i.) 

STANLEY V. also under Dale Abbey, Handley, Ockbrook. 

STANTON- BY-DALE. 

(Stantona, Staunton.) 

3194. Grant from Ralph de Hereford to Robert fil. Walteri de 
Stanton of a bovate of land in the vill of Stanton which Walter fil. 
Achard, father of the said Richard, formerly held. Witn. Dom. John, 
Abbas de la Dale, Dom. Richard de Sandiacre, William de eadem frater 
suus, William de Risleya, Hugh de Wermundeswurh, Walter de Morleg', 
and others. Circ. 1240-1250. (Add. 47507.) 

2195. Grant from Walter de Morley and Joan his wife to the 
church of St. Mary de Parco Stanley and the Canons there, of the 
well called Wyhitlakeswelle, with a rood of land adjacent, in the territory 
of Stanton, " ad claudendum et fossandum et ad suum conductum ex 
illius fontis aque ductu faciendum," with right of way through the lands 
of the said Walter to the well. Witn. Dom. William de Gray, Dom. 
Robert le Vavasur, tunc vicecomes Nothingham, Hugh de Morley, Hugh 
de Duyn, Helyas de Ryseley, etc. Circ. 1245-1255. (Add. 47510.) 

2196. Grant from Hugh fil. Radulfi to Hugh de Muschamp of two 
bovates of land in the vill and fields of Stantona which William fil. 
Alexandri sometime held; to hold for the lives of the said Hugh and 
Ydonea his wife, at a yearly rent of one penny at Easter. Witn. Dom. 
Hugh, Abbas de parco de Stanley [Dale Abbey], Walter de Morley, 
Hugh de Morley, Nicholas de Henouere, WilUam de Sandiacre, Elyas 
de Ryseley. Circ. 1250-60. (Add. 47509.) 

2197. Grant from Geoffrey de Detheke, for fifty marks received 
by the hand of Mag. William Juvenis de Derby, in the name of the 
Abbot, to the Abbey " de Parco Stanley " [Dale Abbey], for the support 
of one canon, of all his land and holding in Stanton, and for 
warranty of the same he has delivered to the said canons the charters 
which he had of the chief lords, and the charter of Helyas Fulcher of 
Osemundeston, by whom he was enfeoffed of the same. Witn. Mag. 
Richard de Morle, Robert de Muscamp, Hugh de Gumey, Will, de 
Sandiacre, Everard de Stanley, etc. [1272.] (Harl. 49 D. 51.) 

2198. Letters of attorney from Geoffrey de Dethek to Robert his 
son to deliver seisin of all his lands in Stanton to the Abbey "de 
Parco Stanleye," according to a charter which they have from him. 
Dat. Notingham, Fr. b. F. of St. Edith [16 Sept.], 1272. (Harl. 49 
D. 50.) 



Stanton-by-Dale. 279 

2199. Quitclaim from William de Morteyn, mil., to the church 
of the B. Mary de Parcho Stanley and the Canons there of all the 
land and tenement which they hold of his fee in Staunton of the grant 
of Geoffrey de Detheyk, at a yearly rent of 4^. silver. Witn. Hugh 
de Babington, tunc vicecomes de Notingham et Derbeye, William de 
Sancto Johanne, Dom. Walter, perpetual vicar of Waleshale, Robert 
de Muschamp, etc. Dat. 1272. (Harl. 53 E. 49, 50.) 

2200. Grant and quitclaim in soul-alms from Emicina de Morteyn 
to the church of St. Mary de Parco Stanley and the Canons there, of 
all the land and tenement which they hold of the grant of Geoffrey 
de Dethek of her fee in Stanton; yearly rent, 4^. Witn. Dom. Robert 
de Morteyn her son, Mag. Richard de Morley, Walter de Bakepuz, 
William de Teueray, etc. Dat. apud Nothing[ham], M. a. F. of 
St. Martin [11 Nov.], 1272. (Harl. 53 E. 48.) 

2201. Fine levied at Westminster in Hilary Term, 21 Edw. I. 
[1293], whereby Philip de Stownesby and Isabella his wife convey to 
Robert de Sallowe a messuage and two bovates of land in Stanton 
by Sandiacre, for twenty marks. (Add. 47508.) 

2202. QuiTca:,AiM from Ydonia relicta quondam Hugonis de 
Muschamp in Staunton to Serlo fil. Ricardi de Weledune, of a toft 
in Staunton which William fil. Alexandri sometime held and a plot of 
land called Le Chjnricroft, and two acres and a half of arable land in 
the territory of the said vill, which the said Serlo acquired from the 
said Hugh. Witn. Dom. Laurence Teuren, Abbas de la Dale, Dom. 
William de Albiniaco, tunc rector ecclesie de Ylkystun, William Danvers, 
etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 475 11.) 

2203. Grant from .... Osmundeston to Geoffrey de 
Detheke of all his land and tenement in the vill and territory of 
Staunton. Witn. William de Chaddesden, Robert de Saucheverel, 
Robert de Cardoyl, Simon Spichfat, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (54 E. 24.) 

2204. Grant from William fil. Simonis Baret of Notingham to 
William Pouger of Wilkstorp of a tenement in the vill and territory of 
Stanton, to hold by rent of " unum semen piperis." Witn. Dom. Richard 
le Grey, Geoffrey de Saundiacre, Robert de Muschamp, Robert Tume- 
peny. Temp. Edw.. I.-II. (Add. 47512.) 

2205. Grant, in tail, from William Pouger to Thomas Pouger his 
son of two messuages and lands in Staunton, near Sandiacre; yearly 
rent, during the life of the said William, looi'., and after the death of 
the same, one clove of gillyflower at Christmas. Witn. Robert 
Saunzcheverel de Hopwelle, mil., Richard de Grey of Sandiacre, William 
le Herberour, etc. Dat. Staunton, W. a. Michaelmas, 2 Edw. II. 
[1308]. (Harl. 55 A. 6.) 

2206. Quitclaim from William Pouger de Wilsthorp to Thomas 
Pouger his son of lands in Staunton, near Sandiacre. Witn. William 
Saucheuerell, Martin de Wermundesworth, Hugh Burdet, etc. Dat. 
Staunton, Mon. b. F. of Nat. of St. John Bapt, 8 Edw. II. [13 15]. 
(Harl. 55 A. 7.) 

2207. Quitclaim from William Pougier de Wylesthorpe to Thomas 
Pougier his son of lands in Staunton next to Sandiacre and Long 
Eyton. Witn. Robert de Sallowe, Hugh Bordet, William Michel, Robert 
Poutrel, etc. Dat. Wylesthorp, F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 16 Edw. II. 
[1322]. (Harl. 55 A. 8.) 



28o Stanton-by-Dale. 

23o8. Quitclaim from Robert fil. Thome Pouger of Staunton next 
Sandiacre to William Danncroft [?] of the same, of three messuages, 
sixty-five acres of land, etc., in Stanton next Sandiacre. Dat. Stanton, 
S. a. F. of the Epiphany [6 Jan.], 12 Edw. III. [1338]- (Harl. 55 A. 9.) 

2209. Grant from William de Grey of Sandiacre, knt., to WilUam 
Danvers of " Stanton pres del abbeye de la Dale " and to Joan his 
wife of all his lands, etc., in the vill of Stanton, which lands Robert 
de Sallowe formerly held on lease from Richard de Grey his father. 
Witn. Hugh Burdet of Halum, William de Muston of Morley, William 
Sautdecheuerel of Hopwell, Hugh de Muskham of Staunton, etc. Dat. 
4 June, 13 Edw. HI. [1339]- Seal of arms. ' (Add. 475I3-) 

32 10. Power of attorney by John Dreycote of Loscowe to William 
Burbage of Stanton next the Abbey of St. Mary of Dale, and Thomas 
Coghhen of the same, to deliver lands in Stanton to John Reynar of 
Swanwyke, son and heir of William Reynar and Cecily his wife, one 
of the daughters and heirs -of Richard Cartar. IDat. 23 Mar., 
24 Hen. VIII. [1533]. (Woll. iv. 2.) 

321 1. Lease, for forty-one years, from John, Abbot of Dale, to 
John Dylke of Stanton in the Stones, co. Derby, of a close commonly 
called " the Condith felde " adjoining to " the Comyn More of Stanton 
aforesaid "j at a rent of 265. M. Dat. 7 Apr., 29 Hen. VIII. [1538]. 
With seal of the Abbot. (Add. 47SIS-) 

STANTON-BY-DALE v. also under Dale Abbey, Hopton, 
Ilkeston, Long Eaton. 

STANTON, STANTON-LEYS, STANTON- WOODHOUSE. 

(Leys, Stanton in alto pecco, Stanton-in-le-Peake, 

Stantoneleaghes, Stantoneleesse, Stantonlege, 

Stantonleyes, Stantonleys, Stanton Wodehouses, 

Staunton, Stauntoneleygh, Staunton Wodehouses.) 

2212. Grant, for fifty marks, from Robert fil. Ad. de Stantona to 
Adam his son, of lands which Walter de Bosco sometime held in 
Stanton, three bovates in Leys, and of Henry de Leys and Robert de 
Ker, and their homage and lands in Leys and Wodehuses, with pasture 
in the same places, and a yard for a sheepcot for five hundred sheep. 
Witn. Dom. Richard de Vemun, Dom. William de Mortain, Dom. Roger 
de Aynescurt, Dom. Richard de Hertil, Dom. Robert de Esseburne, 
milites, etc. Temp. Hen. HI. (Woll. ii. 3.) 

2213. Grant, for twenty-four marks, from Adam fil. Rob. de 
Stauntona to Ralph fil. Rad. Bugge of Nottingham, of lands in Stanton- 
leys ; rent, xd. Witn. Dom. Richard de Vemun, Dom. Richard de 
Herthul, Dom. William Basset, milites, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. 
ii. 4.) 

2214. Grant from Richard de Stantone, clerk, to Robert Alais 
of Wynster of a messuage and lands in Stanton and Stantonleyes, 
paying a rent of io.s. to Henry de Gratton. Witn. Robert de Stanton, 
Robert de Wynnefeld, John de Condale, etc. Dat. Stanton, Vig. of 
Palm Sunday [20 Mar.], 5 Edw. I. [1277]. (Woll. ii. 15.) 



Stanton, Stanton- Leys, Stanton- Woodhouse. 281 

2215. Covenant dated* on the F. of St. Martin in Winter [11 Nov.], 
1284, whereby Richard de Bingham, mil., leases for ten years to Thomas 
fil. Henrici ad Stantonleg a bovate of land in Stantonlege, at a rent 
of 10s. Witn. Adam de Rowleslege, Rob. de Woddeslege, etc. Dat. 
Bingham, F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 12 Edw. I. [1284]. (WoU. 
ii. 10.) 

2216. Copy (seventeenth century) of a bond by Richard fil. Ad. de 
Stanton to Dom. Thomas Foliambe, in 155. annual rent for lands in 
Stanton. Witn. Richart Herthull, Richard Vernon, vicar of Yolgreave, 
Peter de Rouland, etc. Dat. Elton, Th. a. F. of the Assumption 
[15 Aug.], 22 Edw. I. [1294]. At the foot is a certificate of its agree- 
ment with the original deed, signed by Adam Slack, John Greaves, 
William Greaves, clerk, Edward Greaves, and John Leigh, " Ludi- 
magister." (Woll. ii. 20.) 

2217. Grant from John del Lee fil. Ric. de Staunton to William 
de Crumford of a rent of 55. 10^. from lands in Stauntonleyes. Witn. 
Ralph Coterel, William de Hopton, Henry de Gratton, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Woll. ii. 13.) 

2218. Grant from Henry fil. Thome Foleiaumbe of Gratton to 
Robert le Fethelers of Wenster of a messuage and land in Stanton- 
leyes ; rent, 105. Witn. Richard de Staunton, Ralph de Wennefelt, 
Robert de Wardelowe, etc. Dat. Vig. of All Saints' [i Nov.], 28 Edw. I. 
[1300]. (Woll. ii. 12.) 

2219. Confirmation by Robert fil. Ric. de Dokinfeld, dominus de 
Staunton in Peeke, to Avice fil. et her. Thome fil. Hen. de Stauntone- 
leygh, condam domini de Birchovere, of all grants made to John fil. 
Rogeri de Birchovere by Robert fil. Ade and Adam fil. Mathei de 
Staunton, his ancestors, of lands in the fee of Staunton. Rent, one 
farthing in silver, to be paid yearly in the chapel of Birchovere on 
Michaelmas Day. Witn. Dom. Richard de Herthull, Ralph de Wynne- 
feld in Staunton, Henry de Gratton, etc. Temp. Edw. I.-II. (Woll. 
ii. 7.) 

2220. Grant from Robert, dictus le Fithelere, to Richard de 
Vernoun, clerk, living in Staunton, of the lands called Apiltremeduwe 
and Lytelmeduwe, in Staunton Wodehouses in the fee of Staunton, 
together with a wood called le Loverdes-Ker, which he held of the 
feoffment of Henry de Gratton. Witn. John de Roulesleye, Robert de 
Wardelowe, John de Coudale, etc. Temp. Edw. I.-II. (Woll. ii. 18.) 

2221. Confirmation from Henry Leygdfot of Stanton to William 
de Crumford of Birchover of grants of land in Stanton, made to him 
by Robert fil. Ric. de Staunton and Robert de Dokynfeld, of the site of 
mill-ponds and a water-mill there. Witn. Will, dil Hulle, Ralph 
Gerard, Adam de Colleye, etc. Dat. Tu. a. F. of SS. Simon and Jude 
[28 Oct.], 8 Edw. II. [1314]. (Woll. ii. 14.) 

2222. Release from Robert fil. Henrici de Gratton of Staunton 
to Robert Alcus of Wynster, dwelling in Le Wodehouses, in the fee 
of Staunton, of the lands in Staunton which he had by feoffment from 
Richard Glen of Stanton, clericus, reserving to himself an annual rent 
of lOi-. Witn. Robert fil. Ric. de Staunton, Robert fil. Radulphi de 
Wynnefeld, John de Coudale, etc. Dat. S. a. Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
i3iS[6]. (Woll. ii. 19.) 

* Dated both at the beginning and the end. Possibly the original covenant 
dated 24 Aug. had been lost. — Ed. 



282 Stanton, Stanton-Leys, Stanton- Woodhouse, 

2223. Grant from Robert fil. Ric. de Staunton and Robert de 
Dokynfeld of Staunton to William de Crumford of Birchover, of sufficient 
land in Staunton to make a pond and build a water-mill. Witn. 
Thomas Foliaumbe, mil., Hugh de Meignell, William del Hulle, etc. 
Temp. Edw. II. (Woll. ii. 6.) 

2224. Grant from Richard fil. Ade de Staunton to Robert fil. 
Ric. de Dokonfeud, to Richard Fox of Birchover, Robert fil. Roberti 
de Winster of the same, Henry de Optone of the same, Alan fil. Reginald! 
of the same, etc., of common of pasture upon the moor of Staunton. 
Dat. Tues. in Whitsun week [12 June], 30 Edw. I. [1302]. (Woll. ii. 8.) 

2225. Copy (seventeenth century) of grant from William de 
Gratton, knt., to Henry de Aldham and Margate his wife, of the ward- 
ship and marriage of Hugh, son and heir of Robert de Stanton, and 
custody of his lands. Dat. Tu. a. F. of St. Mary Magd. [22 July], 
S Edw. III. [1331]. French. (Woll. ii. 9.) 

2226. Grant from Hugh, son of Robert de Staunton, to William 
de Birchover, of lands in Staunton and Birchover. Witn. Thomas 
Foliambe, knt., Robert de Knyvetone, Robert de Wjmefeld, etc. Dat. 
Birchover, S. a. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 19 Edw. III. [1345]. 
(Woll. ii. 64.) 

2227. Grant from John Beard of Derby to Godfrey Foliambe, 
knt., of a messuage and lands in Stanton " in alto pecco." Witn. 
Ralph de Waystolke, Robert de Strandes, Ralph Freynan, etc. Dat. 
Stanton in le Peake, M. a. F. of St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 46 Edw. III. 
[1372]. (Woll. ii. 22.) 

2228. Grant from Roger le Clerk of Worthington and Avice his 
wife to Godfrey Foliaumbe, knt., of a moiety of two plots of meadow 
in Stanton. Witn. Richard de Vernon, knt., John Foliaumbe, Thomas 
de Wednesleye, etc. Dat. F. of the Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 
47 Edw. III. [1373]. (Foljambe.) 

2229. Grant from Dame Alice de Langford to John de Homing- 
wold, Johanna his wife, and Johanna their daughter, of a messuage and 
lands in Stantoneleaghes, for twenty years ; rent, 10^. 2d. Dat. 
Parkhall, F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 49 Edw. III. [1375]. (Woll. 
ii. 23.) 

2230. Declaration by Thomas Reynalde and Isabell his wife 
that they have sold to Richarde Alyn, son of John Aleyne, " a place 
in Stanton." Witn. John Saucheverell, Henry Colombelle, John Dethyk, 
the parson of Derley, and the parson of Bonsale. Dat. i June, drc. 
1452. (Woll. ii. 37.) 

2231. Release from Richard Aleyne, son of John Aleyne of Stanton 
Leghas, to John his father, of lands which the said John held in 
Stanton. Witn. John Knyveton, Richard Gylbert, Richard Bradbery 
of Grattone, etc. Dat. Morr. of F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 
30 Hen. VI. [1452]. (Woll. ii. 36.) 

2232. Grant from John Aleyn of Stanton Leghes to Henry Aleyn 
his son of lands in Stanton, with reversion of the same to Richard, 
son of the same John, and Thomas his brother. Witn. John Knyveton 
and Richard Gylbart, esquires, Richard Bradbery of Gratton, etc. Dat. 
Stanton Leghes, M. a. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 30 Hen. VI. 
[1452]. (Woll. ii. 39.) 



Stapenhill. 283 

2233. Grant from John Steverdale, son and heir of William 
Steverdale, to Richard Vemon, esq., and Richard Crichelowe, vicar of 
Bakewell, of all the lands in Stanton and Steverdale which came to 
him on his father's death, and of lands that should revert to him at 
the death of Alice his mother. Witn. John Knyfton, Robert Gylbard, 
Nicholas Smetheby, etc. Dat. Stanton, M. a. Pur. of B. V. M. 
[2 Feb.], II Edw. IV. [1472]. (Woll. ii. 30.) 

2334. Bond by Ralph Saucheverell, esq., and John Saucheverell, 
his son and heir, to Heniy Alyn and Nicholas his son, for £fio, for 
the observance of the conditions of the preceding release. Dat. Th. 
b. Michaelmas, 2 Ric. III. [1484]. (Woll. ii. 32.) 

2235. Release by Ralph Saucheverell of Snyterton, esq., and 
John Saucheverell of Morley, his son and heir, to Henry Alyn of Stanton 
Wodehouses and Nicholas Alyn, his son and heir apparent, of lands 
in Stanton Wodehouses, and also of an annual rent of 10s. and suit 
to the mill of Aldeport Witn. Robert Gilbert, gent., Humfrey Knyve- 
tone, gent., William Smetheby, vicar of Yolgreve, etc. Dat. Michaelmas 
Day, 2 Ric. III. [1484]. (Woll. ii. 31.) 

2236. Writing, whereby John Knyfton, gent., of Stanton, Nycholas 
Smetheley of the same, and Nycholas Bradbery of Gratton, testify that 
Henry Alyn of Stantoneleesse in Yolgreve is heir to lands [in Stanton ?] 
given him by John his father, and that a claim to the same made by 
Richard his brother is unjust. Dat. i June, 2 Hen. VII. [1487]. 
(Woll. ii. 35.) 

2237. Lease, for sixty years, from Sir Henry Sawchev[er]ell of 
Morley, knt., to Thomas Alen of Wodhouse, yeoman, of lands in Stanton ; 
rent, loj. Dat. 16 May, 28 Hen. VIII. [1536]. (Woll. xi. 62.) 

STANTON, ETC., V. also under BiRCHOVER, YOULGRAVE. 

STAPENHILL. 

(Stapenhull, Stapunhull.) 

2338. Grant from John de Fereby of Covyntre, " Deyster," to 
John CoUe of Burton-upon-Trent, of land in Stapenhull upon " le 
Mulnehurste," which he had of the gift of William Colle, father of 
the said John. Dat. Th. a. Exalt, of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 17 Ric. II. 
[1393]. (P. R. O. c. 3476.) 

2239. Quitclaim from Richard PoUesworth, vicar of Stapenhull, 
Peter Gybun of Burton-on-Trent, and John Wryght, chaplain of the 
same place, to Walter Batell and William de Hoxale, chaplains, William 
Adamsone of Stapenhull, Richard Pavy of the same, and Henry Gunne 
of Homynglowe, of land in Stapenhull. Witn. William Prodhom of 
Burton, Richard del Halle of Stapenhull, John Knyghtley de Wynshull. 
Dat. Stapenhull, Th. a. Trin. Sunday [25 May], 3 Hen. IV. [1402]. 
(Stowe 65.) 

2240. Claim' for acquitment by Nicholas Fitzherbert, lately Sheriff 
of Nottingham and Derby, for 365. M., the rent of lands in Stapunhull. 
Dat. 37 Hen. VI. [1458-1459]. (Add. 27323.) 



2 84 Staveley. 

STAVELEY.i 

(Staley, Staley Wodethorp, Stauelye, Stavelay, 

Staveley Netherthorpe or Neydurthorpe, Staveley 

Wudthorpe, Staveleye, Stavely.) 

3241. Gka*nt from Hasculfus Musard to Robert de Thurneweit and 
Herbert his brother of eight acres of land " de meo dominio," in 
Stavele, for other eight acres " de hereditate sua." Witn. Dom. 
Johannes, Fulcus de Muster, Ralph de Abetot, etc. (Harl. 86 H. 47.) 
(Attempted facsimile copy of a charter of temf. Ric. I., probably 
made in thirteenth century.) 

2242. Lease, for eleven years, from William Abetot to the 
Hospitallers of Stavele, of a bovate of land in Barley which Suein 
held, lying between William Cronzun's land and Roger le Eam's land 
called Langeleieker. " Hanc predictam terram tradidi et concessi 
prenominatis Hospitalariis ad festum sancti Martini anno postquam 
dominus Johannes rex Anglie cepit terdecimum denarium per Angliam 
\_sc. 1207]. Witn. Rob. de Walet', Robert de Braminton, Nicholas de 
Langele, Roger his son, Walter de Heliun, Alan, capellanus de Stauele. 
(Harl. 86 G. 46.) 

2243. Grant from Ralph Musard [ob. 1264] to William fil. Jordan! 
of a messuage which Wy held in Netherthorp, and land at Pikelovere, 
Sutbrok, Lighull, Scrittendoles, etc. Witn. Richard, clericus, Robert 
de W)'iiton, Walter de Heliun, etc. Temf. Hen. III. (Harl. 86 H. 48.) 

2244. Grant from Ralph Musard, in soul-alms for himself and 
Isabel his wife to the Church of St. James of Wellebec [co. Notts.], 
and the Canons there of a tithe of the pannage " de parcho et omnibus 
boscis forinsecis de Stauele tam in denariis quam in porcis,"' to support 
a lamp in the same church. Witn. Dom. William de Heriz, Dom. 
Hacuil de Herdebereghe, Dom. Matthew de Hadhersegg, mihtes, 
Hascuil Musard, persona de Witewell, etc. Early Hen. III. (Harl. 
86 H. 49.) 

2245. Grant from Ralph Musard fil. et her. Dom. Radulfi Musard 
to Robert Bote of a messuage, etc., in Staveleye, paying a yearly rent 
to Dom. Cristiana, mother of the grantor, of 3^. for her life, and on her 
death a pound of pepper to the grantor. Witn. Peter de Briminton, 
Jurdan de Abbitot, William Musard, etc. Circ. 1265-70. (Foljambe.) 

2246. Quitclaim from Nicholas le Vow to Henry de Lascy, Earl 
of Lincoln, of messuages, lands, rents, etc., in Staveley juxta Cestre- 
feud. Witn. Milo de Stapelton, Richard de Sutton, James de Nevile, 
etc. Dat. Potreton, co. York, 2 Dec, 28 Edw. I. [1299.] (Harl. 86 
I. 7.) 

2247. Grant from Nicholas fil. Radulphi Musard to Peter de Cestria 
[Provost of Beverley, 1282] of land in Stavely and Netherthorp, held 
of him by Thomas Sway and Fulk fil. Normanni, together with the 
person and property of the said Fulk. Witn. Dom. William de 
Stuteville, Dom. Robert le Breton, Geoffrey de Detheck, etc. Early 
Edw. I. (Harl. 86 H. 50.) 



Stave ley. 285 

2248. Grant from Richard, nepos Petri clerici de Stavely, to Dom. 
Peter de Cestria, prepositus Beverlaci \circ. 1282] of land called Le 
Steyward medeu, lying in " le Crombermere,'' in Stavely which Susan 
que fuit uxor Ricardi de Heliun held as dower. Witn. WiUiam le 
Breth, John de Brimington, William Martin, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Harl. 86 I. 2.) 

2249. Lease, for ten years, from Ralph de Frechenvyll, sen., to 
Robert le Clerc and Adam fil. Johannis, both of Stavely, of two parts 
of the mills of Stavely; rent, six marks. Dat. Stavely, Fr. b. F. of 
SS. Philip and James [i May], 9 Edw. II. [1316]. (Harl. 86 H. 12.) 

2250. Quitclaim from Roger Musard to Robert de Middelton of 
all liveries, easements, housbote, and haybote, issuing from land 
belonging to him [? in Staveley]. Witn. Adam de Norton, Roger 
Cashors, Nicholas Lalinc. Dat. Stavely, F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 
1320. (Harl. 86 H. 52.) 

2251. Final concord whereby Ralph de Frecheuilla and Margaret 
his wife, by Robert de Whitwell, her proxy, received from Peter de 
Retherby, capellanus, two parts of the manor of Stauelye and the 
advowson of the church to them and their heirs male. Made before 
William de Bereford, John de Mutford, William de Herle, John de 
Stonore, and John de Bousser, Justices. Dat. 20 Oct., 18 Edw. II. 
[1324]. (Add.' 40144-) 

2252. Grant from Edusa, widow of Roger fil. Elie de Barley 
Wodhous, to Giles fil. Sarre de Dronfeld, of all the lands which she 
inherited in the fee of Barley in the parishes of Staley and Dronfeld 
after the death of William de Wigley her father. Witn. Robert de 
Barley, etc. Dat. Th. b. F. of Circumcision [i Jan.], 6 Ric. II. [1383]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2253. Grant from John Bakeqwell, chaplain, sometime of Staveley, 
to Anker Frechwell, late of Hartbill pHarthill, co. York], gent., Robert 
Roedes of Stavelay Wudthorpe, gent., and William Layche of Chastre- 
feld, yeoman, his feoffees, of lands, etc., in Stavelay and elsewhere in 
CO. Derby. Witn. Ric. Frechwell, parson of Staveley, George Phelype, 
and Henry Oxlay. Dat. Staveley, 16 Apr., 13 Hen. IV. [1412]. (Add. 
40146.) 

2254. Grant from Thomas Segrave to Geoffrey Segrave his son 
and Johanna his wife of the manor of Staley Wodethorp, with rever- 
sion on failure of issue to the heirs of the said Thomas and Margaret 
his wife. Witn. Nicholas, lord of Worteley, John de Keresforthe of 
Bamesley, Robert Hanson of Netherthorp, etc. Dat. Woodthorpe, 
5 Oct., 19 Hen. VI. [1440]. (Add. 40147.) 

2255. Grant from Robert Flechar, sen., of Barley, to William 
Andrew, sen., and James Mawer of Barley Wodsetes, of a messuage 
and lands in the fee of Stavelay. Witn. Robert Barley, esq., John 
Hordryn, William Fentam, etc. Dat. Michs., 34 Hen. VI. [1455]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2256. Grant from William Andrew and James Mawer to William, 
son of Robert Flechar, of the messuage, etc., as above. Witn. as 
above. Dat. 4 Oct., 1455. (Foljambe.) 



286 Stave ley. 

3257. Grant from John Wodde of Staveley to Peter Frecchevile, 
lord of Staveley, esq., of a tenement in Staveley, near Lanewell, between 
Potterlane and the lands of the said Peter, which tenement he had 
acquired from Johanna Innocent, widow. Witn. John Both of Staveley, 
Richard Whitehed of the same, John Aleyn of the same, etc. Dat. at 
Staveley, i May, 19 Edw. IV. [1479]. (Add. 40149.) 

2258. Quitclaim of John Lyly of Hanley, son and heir of Roger 
Lyly, to John Frechvyle of lands in Staveley, called Coldmuryan, late 
held by Thos. Lyly, grandfather of said John. Dat. 12 Oct., 2 Ric. III. 
[1484]. (Add. 40150.) 

2259. Re-grant from Sir Thos. Wortteley, knt., Nicholas Gausell, 
John Sanford, esqs., Nicholas Worrteley, brother of Sir Thomas, Nicholas 
Serleby, jun., Roger Eyre, jun., and John Skyres, gentilmen, and Richard 
Witehed, chaplain, to Nicholas Fretchevyle, son of Peter Fretchvyle, 
of Staveley, of houses and lands in Staveley and Chestrefeld, Hannes- 
worth Wodhouse, and Hertell [co. York.], (held by them as feoffees of 
said Peter), with remainder (i) to Ralph Fretchevyle, brother of the 
said Nicholas; (2) to Anker his brother; (3) to John, elder brother of 
the said Nicholas, Ralph, and Anker; and (4) to be sold and disposed 
of for the souls of the said Peter and his family. With power of 
attorney to John Bothe of Staveley, sen., and Richard Whitehede of 
the same, to give seisin. Witn. Thomas Hellgate of Chestrefeld, John 
Rodes of Nederthorp, Thomas Robyn of the same, etc. Dat. 19 May, 
3 Hen. VII. [1488]. (Add. 40151.) 

2260. Re-grant from the same to Ralph Fretchevyle, son of Peter 
Fretchvyle of Staveley, arm., of houses and lands in Staveley, Hyncersell, 
and West Handeley, and " molendinum f alcatum vocatum a sythe mylne," 
near Holbroke (held by them as feoffees of the said Peter), with 
remainder (i) to Nicholas his brother; (2) to Anker his brother; 
(3) to John, elder brother of said Ralph, Nicholas, and Anker; (4) to 
be sold and disposed of for the souls of said Peter and his family. 
With power of attorney as above. Witn. Thomas Hellgate of Chestre- 
feld, Thomas Robyn of Nederthorp, Rogerus Tumour of Staveley, 
Richard Wryght, rector of Staveley, etc. Dat. 2 Jan., 4 Hen. VII, 
[1489]. (Add. 40152) 

2261. Grant from William Hoggyes of Hynkersall, son and heir 
of Robert Hoggyes, and Alice his wife, to John Fretchvile, son and 
heir of Peter Fretchvile of Staveley, esq., of land in Staveley called 
Button Ryddyng (lying between a close of Robert Eyre on the west 
and a common near Flyster lane on the east, a wood called Estwode 
on the north, and woods belonging to John Rodys and Robert Eyre 
on the south), which he had inherited from the said Robert and Alice; 
with attorney to John Carter and Thomas Tumour to give seisin. 
Witn. Will. Lowkok, chaplain, John Bothe of Staveley, Richard Whithed 
of the same. Dat. Hynkersall, 5 Nov., 11 Hen. VII. [1495]. (Add. 
40154). 

2262. Grant from the same William Hoggyes and Alice his wife 
to John Fretchville, sen., of land in Staveley. Witn. William Lowkok, 
chaplain, John Bothe of Staveley, and Richard Whithed. Dat. Hynker- 
sell, Th. b. F. of St. Leonard, Bp. [6 Nov.], 11 Hen. VII. \\a^<\- 
(Harl. 86 H. 27.) 



Staveley. 287 

2263. Grant from Richard Ince of Spinkhull to John Frechevuyll 
of lands in Staveley in a place called Coldmurian (lying between Handley 
Wodde on the south, a common on the north, the Roder on the east, 
and a close belonging to Peter FrechvuyU on the west), inherited 
by him from his father, paying to Robert Linacre and his heirs 4^. 
yearly. Witn. Richard Whytehed of Staveley, Roger Tumour of the 
same, John Tumour of Wodthorpe, Christofer Rodd of Haghe, etc. 
Dat. Staveley, 3 May, 11 Hen. VII. [1496]. (Add. 40153.) 

2264. Sale from Richard Whitehead of Staley, yeoman, to Rauff 
Frechwell, esquyer, of lands in Staley called Whiteleis, lying near the 
Roder, and " buttyng " on the bridge end called " kirke house bridge," 
for ;£8. Dat. 8 Feb., 18 Hen. VII. [1503]. (Add. 40155.) 

2265. Grant from Arthur Frechwell of Brymyngton, esquire, to 
Anker Frechwell and Richard Burcand, as feoffees, of lands in Staley, 
Ekyngton, Chesterfeld, Dronfeld, and Dawer, Newton by Folkingham 
[co. Line], Wales, Haneston, and Denyngton [co. York], late acquired 
by Ralph Frechwell, father of the said Arthur. With attomey to 
Rob. Rodes and Rob. Asshe to give seisin. Dat. Brimington, 6 Feb., 
3 Hen. VIII. [1512]. (Add. 40157.) 

2266. 2267. Feoffment and counterpart from John Frechewell of 
Staley, esquire, to John Savage the younger, knt., John Leet, knt., Godfrey 
Fuliambe, Thomas Leek, esquires, George Lynacre, gent., and Elias 
Potter, of the manor of Nuthull [Nuthill in Burstwick, in Holdemess, 
CO. York], and lands in Nuthull and elsewhere in co. York, Stokholme, 
Incursell, Dronfeld, Horseley Stavely, Woodthorpe, and Netherthorpe, 
all iri CO. Derby, and Newton iuxta Falkyngham [co. Line], to the use 
of the said John Frechewell and Elizabeth his wife for their lives 
and for the execution of his will. With attomey to William Potter 
and Richard Smythe to give seisin. Dat. 22 Aug., 7 Hen. VIII. 
[1515]- (Add. 40158, 40159.) 

2268, 2269. Sale, and counterpart, by the same George Lynacre of 
Plomeclay Hall, gent., to the same Peter Frecheviele of Stavelay, 
esquire, for £fi7, 135. ^d., of the above lands and rent. Dat. 8 Dec, 
31 Hen. VTII. [1539]. (Add. 40162, 40163.) 

2270. Bond, in JE^t-oo, by the same George Lynacre to the same 
Peter Frecheviell for performance of covenants in the above sale. Dat. 
8 Dec, 31 Hen. VIII. [1539]. (Add. 40164.) 

2271. CoN\'EYANCE from the same George Lynacre to the same 
Peter Frechviell of the same lands in Hanlay in Staveley, a close called 
Cloighfeld in Ekyngton, and a rent of i,i. in Over Hanlay [W. Handley]. 
Dat. 2 Jan., 13 Hen. VIII. [1540]. (Add. 40161.) 

2272. 2273. Sale and conveyance by Sir Anker Carter of Newbottell 
[Newbottle, co. Northt], priest, son and heir of John Carter, late of 
Staveley Neydurthorpe, to the above Peter Frechviell of Staveley, esq., 
of a messuage in Staveley Netherthorpe. Dat. 20 Oct., 3 Nov., 

35 Hen. VIII. [1543]- (Add. 40165, 40167.) 

2274, 2275. Final concord and counterpart, whereby Peter Frechevill 
receives from the same Anker Carter the same messuage in Staveley 
Netherthorpe. Consideration money, 40 marks. Dat. 27 Apr., 

36 Hen. VIII. [1544]. (Add. 40168, 40169.) 



288 Stave ley. 

2276. Award by Sir Wyllyam Inskyppe, parson of Clowne, Sir John 
Rey, vycar of Scaxtclylfe, John Townerow of Bolsover, and John 
Hoidgskynson of Sutton in Lee dayell, yeomen, arbitrators between 
the above Peter, now Sir Peter, Frechviell of Staveley, knt, of the 
one part, and Sir Richard Oxeley, priest, Henry Oxeley, and Nicholas 
Oxeley, son of the said Henry, of the other part, touching a moiety 
of the parsonage of Staveley acquired by the said Richard and Nicholas 
of Sir Ambrose Cave, knt., given at Bolsover 16 Oct., 1545; the said 
Nicholas and Richard to be undisturbed till 25 Apr. next; then to 
give up th© said moiety for annuities of ^£3 and jQi ^s. 4d. for 15 years, 
unless the said Richard shall first be preferred by the said Sir Peter 
to a better benefice, or the said Henry be granted a farm worth 40s. 
a year, in which cases other provisions apply. Dat. 16 Oct., 
37 Hen. Vin. [1545]. (Add. 40170.) 

2277. Bond in _;£4o by Robert Ynce of Spynkehill, yoman, Richard 
Ynce of Barlebrough, yoman, and Nicholas Hewite de Kynwaldmarshe, 
to the same Sir Peter Frechviell of Staveley, for the performance of 
a covenant between said Robert and Sir Peter bearing same date. 
Dat. I July, I Edw. VI. [1547]. (Add. 40174.) 

2278. Quitclaim from Meriella Ynce of Spynkehill, in widowhood, 
to Richard her son of her interest by right of jointure in lands in 
Staveley. Dat. 12 Oct., i Edw. VI. [1547]. (Add. 40172.) 

2279. Sale and conveyance by Richard Ynce of Beighton-felds, in 
the lordship of Barleburgh, and John, his son and heir, to Petur Freche- 
viell of Staveley, knt., of the reversion of their tofts and crofts and 
lands in Staveley, of the yearly value of &s. Sd., the moiety of a close 
called High Breks, and a rent of id. on a close called Todepole, 
for _;£i3 6s. &d. Dat. 13 Jan., i Edw. VI. [1548]. (Add. 40171.) 

2280. Grant from Francis [Talbot, 5th] Earl of Shrewsbury, to 
Robert Swift of Beighton, esquire, of lands, etc., in Staley, late belonging 
to the college of Jesus of Rotheram, and granted to the said Earl 
by the Crown 11 Apr., 1549. With attorney to James Ashton and 
Edw. Jakeson, gents., to give seisin. Dat. 4 July, 3 Edw. VI. [1549]. 
(Add. 4°i7S-) 

STAVELEY v. also under Barlborough, Barlow Woodseats, 

Chesterfield, Dronfield, Handley, Romiley, Spink 

Hill, Unstone, Woodthorpe in Staveley. 



STERNDALE v. under Castleton. 

STENSON. 

(Steyneston, Steynston.) 

2281. Release from John del Bothe of Fyndern to Richard 
Elkesley of Steyneston of four acres of land in Steyneston which were 
granted to the said Richard by John Tonk. Dat. 16 Dec, i Hen. VI. 
[1422]. (Wilmot.) 

STENSON V. also under TWYFORD. 



Sudbury. 289 

STONEY HOUGHTON. 

(HOCHTONE.) 

2282. Grant from Roger fil. Radulphi de la Bathe to Thomas, 
Bishop of St. David's, of his right in lands in Hochtone, which Roger 
de Sidenhale, grandfather of the said Ralph, gave to Alice his mother. 
Witn. Will, de Staynesby, mil.,. Robert le Graunte, Richard de Scodley, 
etc. Dat. Pleseley, 1280. (Harl. 45 G. 46.) 

2283. Grant from Richard Cocus and Amice his wife to John fil. 
Johannis le Sauvage of a messuage and four bovates of land in the 
vill of Hochtone. Witn. Hugh Stuffyn, Thomas de Schirebrok, Ralph 
Samsoun, etc. Dat. Pleseleye, S. b. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 
4 Edw. II. [1310]. (Lansd. 599.) 

STRETTON. 

(Stratton.) 

2284. Grant from Walter [de Senteney], Abbot of Stanle Park 
[Dale], to Richard Venator, of a " landa " in the wood of Morwde, 
" ubi quondam heremite solebant habitare," with pasture for six oxen, 
four cows, one sow, and a mare in the common pasture of Stretton, 
and husbote and haibote in Stretton Wood; rent, half a mark. Witn. 
Ralph, capellanus de Essovere [Ashover], Dom. Roger de Stretton, 
Adam de Hanleia, Robert de Oggedestun, William le Venur, etc. 
[i 204-1 235.] (Woll. vii. I.) 

2285. Confirmation by Osbert fil. Walteri de Stretton to John 
fil. Roberti Dunelyn of a grant by Walter fil. Will, de Stretton, 
" quondam dominus de Stretton antecessor meus," to William Dunelyn, 
of two virgates of land in the same, which Pavia mater dicti Willelmi 
sometime held by service of a sparrow-hawk or 2s. yearly. Witn. 
William, Rector of Stretton, Simon de Norton, William de Stretton, 
" avunculus meus," etc. Dat. Stretton, M. b. F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 19 Edw. II. [1325]. (Add. 24206.) 

STRETTON v. also under Offerton, Tupton. 

STURSTON 

(Stourston, Stureston, Styrton, Surstant), 
V. under ASHBOURNE, Bradley, Denby. 

SUDBURY. 

2286. Grant from Walter de Monte Gomery, mil, Dominus de 
Sudburi, to Hugh de Marchinton, chaplain, of nine acres of land in 
Sudbury; rent, 9^. Witn. Roger de Montegomery, Thomas Wace of 
Mackeley, John Wace of Sudbury, etc. Dat. Sudbury, Tu. F. of 
St. Scolastica [10 Feb.], 9 Edw. I. [1281]. (Woll. ix. 54.) 

2287. Power of attorney by Nicholas Mountgomery, knt., to John 
Foxlowe of Sudbury, chaplain, and John Tyrry of Cubley, to deliver 
seisin to Thomas Coton, esq., John Yeveley, parson of Cubley, and 
Laurence Braybon,, chaplain, of a messuage and lands in Sudbury, part 
of the manor of Merston Mountgomery. Dat. 12 Apr., 6 Hen. VI. 
[1428]. (Woll. ix. 51.) 

19 



290 Sudbury. 

2288. Award by John Stanley, knt., Nicholas Fitz-Herberd, esq., 
etc., in a dispute between Nicholas Montgomere, esq., and Nicholas 
Agard of Sudbury, and Isabel Montgomere, mother of the said Nicholas, 
respecting title to the manors of Sudbury and Astone and lands in 
Makkeley-Campion, Okkes, Potter-Somersall, Waddeley, Somersall 
Herberts, and Snellaston, and Leegh [Leigh, co. Staff.]. Dat. Tuttebury, 
17 July, 12 Edw. IV. [1472]. (Woll. ix. 49.) 

SUDBURY V. also under CUBLEY. 



SUTTON SCARSDALE. 

(SoTON IN Dal, Sutton in Dal, Sutton in le Dalle.) 

2289. Grant for life from Richard de Grey and Lucy, his wife, 
to Henry de Soton, of the manor of Soton in Dal, except the advow- 
son of the church and warren, with reversion to the said Richard and 
Lucy after the expiration of sixteen years, in case of the death of the 
grantee within that period. Witn. Dom. Henry de Braylisford, Dom. 
Robert Saucheverel, Edmund de Aston, etc. Dat. Vig. of Holy Trinity 
[13 June], 22 Edw. I. [1294]. (Woll. i. 74.) 

2290. Grant from William fil. Rob. fil. Hen. de Dukemontone to 
Robert Glay de Calale of one acre and a half of land in the fee of 
Sutton in Dal. Dat. Sutton in Dal, F. of St. Cedde [7 Jan.], 6 Edw. III. 
[1333]- (Lansd. 603.) 

2291. Grant, in tail, from Thomas de Calale of Sutton in Dal to 
John fil. Joh. de Wiggeley and Johanna, daughter of the said Thomas, 
of lands in Sutton in Dal, which he held of the gift of Avice fil. Alani 
fil. Will, de Suttone in Dal. Witn. Dom. William, rector of Sutton in 
Dal, Adam de Pleseley, Richard Beverege, etc. Dat. Sutton in Dal, 
Fr. b. Conv. of St. Paul [25 Jan.], 6 Edw. III. [1333]. (Woll. i. 76.) 

2292. Grant from William de Grey of Saundiacre, knt., to Hugh 
fizWilliam, fizRandolf de Glapwell, and Emma his wife, of a cottage 
and curtilage in Sutton in Dal, for a rent of 4^. silver, and for suit 
at his two great courts of Sutton. Witn. Thomas de Calhale, Robert 
fizAlot, William fizThomas, etc. Dat. Sutton, 4 May, 11 Edw. III. 
[1337]- French. (Lansd. 604.) 

2293. Grant from William de Grey of Saundiacre, knt., to 
William de Hope and Eleyne his wife, with remainder to Alice their 
daughter, of a place of land in Sutton in Dal called Pokeneggezherd, 
and eight selions of land abutting on the said place, for a rent of 25. 
of silver and service at the two great courts of the said William de 
Gray at Sutton. Dat. Sutton in Dal, 14 June, 12 Edw. III. [1338]. 
French. (Lansd. 605.) 

2294. Power of attorney from Alice, widow of John Leek of 
Landford, esq., to James Symsone, clerk, and Richard Shawe, to deliver 
seisin to John Leek of Halom [Hallam, co. Derby], and Thomas Leek 
of Newark, of the manors of Sutton in le Dalle, Sandiacre, and Kirk- 
halome. Dat. 6 Jan., 28 Hen. VI. [1450]. (Woll. i. 75.) 

SUTTON SCARSDALE v. also under HUCKNALL. 



Taddington. 291 

SWARKESTONE. 

(SWERKSTON.) 

3295. Grant from John de Saxton, clerk, John de Chelaston, Robert 
de Chelaston, chaplain, Geoffrey Fannell, chaplain, and John Baret 
of Weleston, to John de Driby and Margery his wife, of the rents and 
services of Thomas Grane, William Watte, John Dawe, Robert Ters, 
Richard Degge, and Margery Poule, all of Swarkeston, and of their 
tenements in the vill of Swerkeston; also the rents and services of 
Thomas Davy de Staunton and his tenements in Stonystaunton [co. 
Leic], and of John Abel and his tenements in the vill of Tykenhale, 
and of Peter Passem^re and others and their tenements in Tuttebury 
[co. Staff.]. Witn. Robert de Twyford, chivaler, Richard de Meygnill, 
chivaler, Robert Francois, John Fyrbrace, etc. ;Dat. apud Bredon, 
Th. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 37 Edw. III. [1363]. (Lansd. 
606.) 

SWARKESTONE v. also under MELBOURNE. 



TADDINGTON. 

(Tadinton, Tadyngton, Tadynton, Tatynton.) 

2296. Court-rolls of Thomas Ferrers, knt., and Anne his wife 
for the manor of " Worldeshend " in Tadynton, held on 3 May, 29 Nov., 
2 Edw. IV. [1462]. (Bemrose.) 

2297. Court-roll of Tatyntone, taken before William Monyngtone, 
steward, 31, 37, 38 Hen. VI. [1452, 1458-60]. (Campb. xxiii. 17.) 

2298. Indenture from twenty-three residents of Tadyngton, wherein, 
in recognition of grant of burial rights to their chapel, they covenant 
to maintain the cemetery, to reserve all rights of the Mother Church 
of Bakewell, and to pay a pension of 2s. to the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield. Dat. 15 June, 1345. (Lichf. KK. 4.) 

2299. Defeasance of grant from Henry fil. Ivonis de Tadinton 
of \oos. of rents in Tadinton and Presteclif to the Dean and Chapter 
of Lichfield, on condition that he enfeoffs Richard fil. Henrici de 
Schirleye and Joan fil. Henrici fil. Ivonis " cum ad nubiles annos 
peruenerit " and their children of a messuage and 28 acres of land 
in Presteclif, and other lands in Tadinton. Dat. Lichfield, Fr. a. F. of 
St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 14 Edw. III. [1340]. (Lichf. B. 19.) 

2300. Grant from Hugo de Gunston to the Dean and Chapter 
of lands in Taddington, Priestcliffe, and Tunstead. Dat. W. a. F. of 
St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 1342. (Lichf. B. 21.) 

2301. Tithe roll of Taddington, Tunstead, and Bobenhull [Bubnell]. 
Dat. 1337. (Lichf. E. 12.) 

TADDINGTON v. also under Brimington, Chelmorton, 
Haddon. 



292 Tansley. 

TANSLEY. 

(Tanesley, Tanneslay, Tannesley, Tannysley, Tanseley, 
Tanysleg.) 

2302. Release from Thomas fil. Roberti, prepositi de Tanesley, 
to John fil. Galfridi de eadem, of half an acre of lands in the fields 
of Tanesley, lying on Raulinsford, Le Wetesford, etc. Witn. Henry 
" juxta aquam " de Tanesley, Sweyn fil. Radulphi de Harston, William 
Sweyn de Tanesley, Thomas del Croftis, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. 
i. 10.) 

2303. Grant from Richard fil. Roberti de Tanysleg to Thomas de 
Capella, faber de Tanysleg, of three roods of land in the territory of 
the same lying in Hennegrauestorht, etc., with all the " butts " he has 
on le Coppedelowe, and all the " butts " he has " iuxta scalam que 
vocatur Le Kyrke Styule," Eind two " butts " on Aylwynestorht. Rent, 
a halfpenny at Easter. Witn. Geoffrey de Tanysleg, Thomas fil. Roberti 
de eadem, Robert fil. Galfridi de eadem, Robert de Haddon, etc. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. i. 11.) 

2304. Roll of Court of Edward de la Pole of Wakebridge Manor, 
held at Tanneslay, 3 Sept., 23 Hen. VI. [1444]. Nearly illegible. 
(Woll. xi. 2 A.) 

2305. Rental of the lands of German Pole of Wakbrygge in 
Tannysley, Hegheygg, and Cruche; signed by German Pole, 4 Oct., 
30 Hen. Vlir. [1538]. (Woll. xi. 19.) 

2306. Extent of the lands of the same, viz., the manor of 
Wakbrugh in Matlock. Same date. (Woll. xi. 20.) 

2307. Copies of three Indictments against Roland Statham of 
Tanseley, John Statham, and German Statham of the same, husbandmen, 
for forcible entry upon the lands of Ralph Buntyng, Christopher Hanstock, 
German Pole, and William Johnson, at Tanseley. Dat. 5 Dec, 
2 Edw. VI. [1548]. (Woll. xi. 7.) 

TANSLEY V. also under Wakebridge, Wirksworth. 

TAPTON. 

(Tappeton, Taptona.) 

2308. Grant from William le Archer of Cesterffeld to Adam fil. 
Joh. Pistoris de Cesterfeld of half an acre of arable land in the territory 
of Tappeton, abutting on the land of the Hospital of St. Leonard at 
Chesterfield. Witn. John de Brimington, Ralph de Tapton, etc. Dat. 
Cestrefeld, S. a. Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 25 Edw. I. [1297]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2309. Grant from Richard Hacsmal of Cesterfeld to Adam fil. 
Joh. Pistoris de Cesterfeld of an acre of land in the territory of Tapton. 
Witn. Robert de Lenum, Richard le Heyr, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Foljambe.) 

2310. Grant from Robert de Halues and Alice his wife to Robert 
Cissor of Cesterfeld and Agnes his wife of half an acre of land in 
the fields of Tapton. Witn. John de Brimpton, Robert de Tapton. 
Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 



Thornhill. 293 

231 1. Grant from Adam fil. Gilberti de Taptona to William fil. 
Richeri of land in the territory of Taptona, including that which Richer 
fil. Wlnet held of Gilbert his father and the land which the same 
Richer formerly held from Agnes le Parminter, lying on Kaluecroft, 
Le Peselandis, Enedehul, and Longefurlong, a little " holm " near 
Neubold Mill, and the said Adam's share of five bovates of land on 
Le Brombyclif. Witn. Roger de Blida, Richard Hardi, Joh. fil. Cicelie, 
etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Add. 27184.) 

2312. Grant from Adam fil. Rog. de Parva Tapton to John fil. 
Ric. le Clerk of half an acre of land on the Castulfurlong in the fee 
of Tapton. Witn. John de Tapton, Robert Durant, John Bete, etc. 
Dat. Th. b. Circumcision [i Jan.], 12 Edw. III. [1339]. (Foljambe.) 

2313. Grant from Adam fil. Thome de Tapton to John Clerk of 
land in the field of Tapton, lying in Sweddale, etc. Dat. Richard 
Stuflfyn, Robert Durant, Adam Pycard, etc. Dat. F. of St. Gregory 
[12 Mar.], 17 Edw. III. [1343]- (Foljambe.) 

2314. Quitclaim from Letiscia fil. Will. fil. Ade dil Bothe to John 
Goldesmyth of an acre of land in the fee of Tapton, next land of 
St. Leonard's Hospital, Chesterfield. Dat. Th. b. All Saints [i Nov.], 
1349. (Foljambe.) 

2315. Grant from Roger de Baukwell to John Barley of four roods 
of land in Tapton, abutting partly on the water called " Rodur." Witn. 
Robert de Whytyngton, Adam Broune, Robert Dandeson, etc. Dat. 
M. a. Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 12 Ric. II. [1388]. (Foljambe.) 

2316. Power of attorney from Richard Havson, Thomas Brygge, 
Giles Redesir, and Thomas Swalo, sen., to John Fychette, to deliver 
seisin to Henry Pierpount, knt., Robert Wednesley, and others, of all 
the lands, etc., which they had of the grant - of John del Wode in 
Great and Little Tapton. Dat. F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 
18 Hen. VI. [1440]. (Foljambe.) 

2317. Lease from Ralph [Cromwell], Lord " de Crowmbewell," 
Henry Pirpont, knt.. Alderman of the Guild of H. Cross, Chesterfield, 
and others to John Wilson, of all the lands, etc., in the fields of Great 
and Little Tapton and in the fee of Dronfeld which they had of the 
feoffment of John del Wode. Witn. Thomas Bate, Steward of Chester- 
field, WiUiam Bate, William Lynacre, etc. Dat. F. of St. Mark 
[25 Apr.], 23 Hen. VI. [1445]. (Foljambe.) 

TAPTON V. also under Brimington, Chesterfield. 



THORNHILL in Hope. 
(Thornehull, Thornhyll.) 

2318. Grant from Humphrey Guide de Grendon, chaplain, and 
Robert Leghes de Leghes to Robert Skynner de Thomhylle, in the 
parish of Hope, of messuages, lands, and tenements in Thornhyll and 
Bowmford [Bamford], which they had by feoffment from Robert Skynner. 
Witn. Nicholas Skynner of Boumford, Roger Skynner of the same, John 
Skynner, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Andrew [30 Nov.], 21 Hen. VII. 

[1505]- 

THORNHILL v. also under Shatton. 



294 Thorpe. 

THORPE IN Hathersage. 

3319. Grant from Arthur Eyre of Padley to Edmund Eyre, 
perpetual vicar of Tyddyswall, and Stephen Eyre, son of Roland Eyre, 
of lands and tenements in Thorpe, in the parish of Hathersege. Dat. 
12 Dec, 4 Hen. VIII. [15 12]. (Add. 7193.) 

2320. Award by Robert Fitzherbert, esq., Thomas Cokayne of 
Balidon, and John Flackett, arbitrators to settle disputes between 
William Stubbez and Thomas Stubbez, both of Thorpe, co. Derby, 
concerning their claims to a piece of land between Bentley Croft and 
the dwelling-house of the said William Stubbez. Dat. 4 Aug., 
4 Edw. VI. [1550]. (Bemrose.) 

THORPE V. also under ASHBOURNE, Bakewell. 

THURVASTON. 

(Netherthuruaston, Thurghweston.) 

2321. Settlement of dispute concerning 140 acres of land, eight 
acres of meadow, ten acres of pasture, etc., whereby John de Bakepuz 
of Barton, mil., conveys to Roger Durdent 50 acres of land, four acres 
of meadow, and the fourth part of a messuage, lying severally at Wache 
Grene, Le Batayleflat, Torlowe, Spinkes, Briddesgrene, etc., in Nether 
Thurvaston, which he held from Richard Durdent, father of the said 
Roger, in return for 90 acres of land, four acres of meadow, and ten 
acres of pasture in the same place. Witn. Dom. Nicholas de Longoford, 
Ralph de Breylisford, John de Twiford, milites, Ralph de Bakepuz, 
Richard de Pontfreynt. Dat. Barton, Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 
i33o[i]. (Woll. ix. 75.) 

2322. Lease, for twenty years, from Nicholas de Longeforde to 
Matilda, wife of Adam Bate of Thurvaston, deceased, of two acres of 
land in Netherthuruaston, lying at Le Brodegapes, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Martin [11 Nov.], 10 Edw. III. [1336]. (Longford.) 

2323. Release from Richard Bewofoy of Trusley and John del 
Lone of Oslaston to John ad-pontem de Thurvaston and Isabella his 
wife of lands in Thurvaston' and Sedirsalle, co. Derby, with a grant 
of lands in Rauseterr [Rocester] and elsewhere, co. Staff. Witn. John 
Chaplyn of Trusleye, Richard, son of William de Thurvastone, John 
del Grene of the same. Dat. S. b. F. of All Saints [i Nov.], 16 Ric. II. 
[1392]. (Woll. X. 27.) 

2324. Note of delivery by Nicholas Hasulhyrst and John Folowe 
on 19 Jan., 34 Hen. VI. [1456], to Robert Stafford, esq., of Eyham, 
of three deeds sealed with the seal of arms of Sir Laurens Lynford, 
an acquittance " betwyx Jhon Barow and John Stafford," a letter of 
attorney from Robert Stafford, and " xv dedys in a box inselyd " con- 
cerning the manor of Thurghweston. (Bowles.) 

THURVASTON v. also under OSLASTON. 
TIBSHELF. 

(TiBBESCHELF, TiBBESELF, TiBSCHEF, TYBESCHELF, 

Tybeschulfe, Tybselfe.) 

2325. Grant from William Daniel of Tybeschelf to John de 
Weyteberhg of the site of a toft in Tybeschelf, with a grange lying 
next the little lane called " Smythistychil." Witn. Dom. John de 



Ticknall. 295 

Eyncurt, William Cusin, Hugh de Dokemanton, Roger de Somirvile, 
etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 11 Edw. II. [1317]- 
(Foljambe.) 

2326. Grant from the same to the same of a moiety of a toft in 
Tybeschelf and all his lands in the vill and fee of Tybeschelf. Witn. 
Dom. John de Eyncurt, William Cosin, Hugh de Dokemanton. Dat. 
M. a. Michs., 15 Edw. II. [132 1]. (Foljambe.) 

2327. Grant from the same to the same of land adjoining 
" Smythistwychil " and " Heliwelle-meduwe " in Tybeschelf. Same 
witnesses and date. (Foljambe.) 

2328. Grant from John de Whettebergh to Roger fil. Alani de 
Dukmanton of a messuage and a moiety of the lands which- he had 
by grant from William Daniel in Tibbeschelf. Witn. Dom. Roger de 
Eynecourt, mil., Roger de Somervill, Thomas Barre, etc. Dat. Th. b. 
F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 11 Edw. III. [1337]. (Foljambe.) 

2329. Grant from Peter fil. Will. Daniel to Richard fil. Joh. 
Bozon quondam domini de Ednusore of a messuage and land in Tibschef. 
Witn. Dom. Roger Dayncurt, mil., Roger Somervile, John de Staynusby, 
William de Caltun. Dat. Ednusore, S. a, F. of St. Lucy [13 Dec], 
16 Edw. III. [1342]. (Foljambe.) 

2330. Grant and release from Robert fil. Will. Danyel to Richard 
Boson of all the lands he inherited from his father in Tybeschulfe. 
Witn. Robert Fraunceys, John de Dogmanton, Henry Bryan, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Stephen [26 Dec], 16 Edw. III. [1342]. (Foljambe.) 

2331. Grant from John de Weyteburghe to Roger fil. Alani de 
Dukmonton and Agnes his wife, in tail, of a messuage and moiety of 
the lands which he had from William Danyel in Tibbeself. Witn. 
Richard Fraunceys, William his brother, John de Dukmanton. Dat. 
F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 21 Edw. III. [1347]. (Foljambe.) 

2332. Grant from Symon de Tybeschelf, perpetual vicar of 
Tybeschelf, to William fil. Rogeri le Taylliour and Emmota fil. Joh. 
fil. Hen. Bate of Wingrewrth, and the heirs of their bodies, of lands 
in Tybeschelf. Witn. William Fraunceys, John de Dukmanton, etc. 
Dat. W. a. F. of Pur. of B. V. M. [2 Feb.], 44 Edw. III. [1370]. 
(Foljambe.) 

'^m- Grant from Richard Tybschall, " weyfer," of York, to William 
Tybschall in Skegby, co. Notts., his brother, of " a house of y'xs. firme 
in Tybselfe," after the death of their father. Dat. York, 24 Feb., 
5 Edw. IV. [1466]. (Foljambe.) 

TIBSHELF V. also under TOTTINGLEY. 



TICKNALL. 

(TiKENHALL, TYKENHALE.) 

2334. Fine to the prior of Rapindon from John " Coruisarius " and 
Ahce his wife of two bovates of land in Tikenhall. Made at Not- 
tingham, before Dom. J[ohn de Gray], Bishop of Norwich, Hugh de 
Bard[olf], Mag. Roger Arundell, John de Gestling, and Hugh de Bobi, 
Justices, on S. a. F. of St. Botolph [23 June], 4 John [1202]. 
(Stowe 138.) 

TICKNALL V. also under Repton, Swarkestone. 



296 Tide swell. 

TIDESWELL. 

(TiDDESWELL, TiDDESWELLE, TiDISWELL, TYDDESWALL, 

Tyddeswalle, Tyddeswell, Tyddyswell, Tydeswell, 
Tydeswelle, Tydiswell, Tydyswall.) 

2335. Quitclaim from Ralph Wlvet de Tydeswell to the Dean 
and Chapter of Lichfield, as rectors of the Church of Tydeswell,^ of 
four acres of land at Tideswell, one acre lying on Cockesbut, another 
being called Clerkesburwes, and the rest in Oxebothem', between 
Meddwedil and Vmfrey's Stontor, etc., one rood lying " Uppe the 
Strupes " ; for which grant Thomas, Precentor of Lichfield, gave him 
205. Witn. Magister William de Gudley, Ralph de Cubbel', Alan, Vicar 
of Tideswell, William de Stanf, Ralph capellanus, Symon de Ascell, 
Thomas le Archer, Hugo Martin, etc. [1214-1222.] (Lichf. B. 10.) 

2336. Inquisition roll as to the tithes due to Lenton Priory, wAh 
account of spoliation of wool and lambs from Tideswell Church; 1251. 
(Lichf. MM. 5.) 

2337. Depositions at Tideswell before Papal Commissioners as to 
the parochiality of the Church; 1252. (Lichf. MM. 9.) 

2338. Particulars of the income, perquisites, etc., of Tideswell 
Church on the entry of John Extraneus into the vicarage. Circ. 1250. 
(D. A. J. V. 150.) 

2339. Depositions of witnesses examined by the Pope's Commis- 
sioners at Tideswell in a suit between the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield with Lenton Priory, as to the former's claim that Tideswell 
is a Parish Church, and not merely a chapelry to Hope; 1253. 
(D. A. J. V. 150.) 

2340. Grant from John Daniel to Thomas fil. Joh. [Foljambe] 
of ten acres, etc., of land in the culture of Kirkfurlong, Salteresford, 
Littondale, etc. [in Tideswell], in exchange for 12 acres lying round 
the stone cross of Tideswall, and a pair of white gloves yearly at Easter. 
Witn. Dom. Richard de Vernon, William Franciscus, Gervase de 
Bernak, Robert de Hertingtune, knts., William Foleiambe, Robert 
Foleiambe, etc. Temp. Hen. IIL-Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

2341. Grant from Cicilia fil. et her. quondam Ric. de Herford 
to Thomas Folegambe fil. Joh. Folegambe of ten acres of land which 
she inherited from her father in Tydeswelle. Witn. Dom. Ralph de 
Ecclessale, Richard le Ragget, William Folegambe, etc. Temp. 
Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

2342. Grant from Matilda quondam uxor Ric. de Herford to 
Thomas fil. Joh. Folegambe of her right of dower in 20 acres of land 
in Tydeswell. Witn. Dom. Ralph de Ecclesale, Richard le Ragged, 
William Folegambe, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

2343. Quitclaim from Thomas fil. Ade de Herdewykewall to the 
Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, of a certain " placia tofti vicarii de 
Tidiswell " and of other lands, etc., in Tydeswell and Litton. Witn. 
Dom. John Daniel, knt., William Folegambe, William Martin, John 
Martyn, Ralph Coterel, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Lichf. B. 16.) 



Tide swell. 297 

2344. Quitclaim from Richard fil. et her. Joh. Danyel to Dom. 
Thomas Foleiaumbe, mil., of a plot of land lately enclosed by the latter, 
between his own " mansio " and that of John fil. et her. Hug. Pele. 
Witn. Dom. Richard de Herthull, Dom. Roger de Bradeburn, Richard 
fil. Will. Foleiaumbe, Nicholas le Conuers, Dom. Roger le Gode, vicarius 
de Tyddeswell, etc. Dat. Tyddeswell, Whit Monday [22 May], 1301. 
(Foljambe.) 

2345. Grant from Richaxd fil. Joh. Daniel de Tydiswell to William 
fil. Thome Andreu of three roods " in le Croftes " formerly John 
Louet's, and half an acre of land near " le Thommedue " formerly 
Richard fil. Ric. Daniel's, in exchange for three roods " super le 
Worthingis." Witn. Tho. Foleiambe, mil., John fil. Will. Martin, 
William Redimon, John Quenild, etc. Dat. Fr. a. F. of St. Hilary 
[13 Jan.], 34 Edw. I. [1305]. (Add. 7788.) 

2346. Rolls of Parochial Visitations of Tideswell; 134S, i347- 
(Lichf. cc. s, 6.) 

2347. Grant from Thomas fil. Will, del Wheston and Alice his 
wife to Thomas fil. Thome Foleiambe of half an acre of land in 
Tydeswell. Witn. John Broun, Henry Alexander, William Andreu, 
clericus, etc. Early fourteenth century. (Foljambe.) 

2348. Grant from Thomas Broun of Wheston to Dom. Nicholas 
Martyn of Tyddeswell of an acre and a rood of land in Wheston [in 
Tideswell], lying near "Le Kirkegate," abutting on " le Neyercros." 
Witn. John Foliaumbe, Henry fil. Radulphi, William le Marschall, etc. 
Dat. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 36 Edw. III. [1362]. (Foljambe.) 

2349. Grant from Nicholas Martyn, capellanus, to Richard Botoun 
of an acre and rood of land in Wheston [in Tideswell], lying near the 
" Kirkegate," abutting on the lower cross. Witn. John Foliambe, 
William Rediman, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Denis [9 Oct.], 37 Edw. III. 
[1363]. (Foljambe.) 

2350. Lease, for five years, from the Dean and Chapter of 
Lichfield to Roger de Northburgh [Prebendary of Lichfield], of the 
tithes of Tideswell, Lynton, Monshall [Monsall], Wardlow, Tunstede, 
Greatrakes, Wheston, Fairfield, etc., at an annual rent of ;£i9. Dat. 
iiii. Non. Maij [5 May], 1364. (Lichf. D. 8.) 

2351. Grant from John fil. Radulphi de Haddon and Agnes his 
wife to Robert fil. Radulphi of a moiety of a messuage in Tyddiswell. 
Witn. William Marchal, William Andrew, clericus, etc. Dat. S. a. F. 
of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 48 Edw. III. [1374]. (Foljambe.) 

2352. Grant from John Foliamb of Tiddeswell to William de 
Hockelowe of Tiddeswell of a plot of land in Tiddeswell. Witn. 
Robert de Hethkote, William Redymon, Nicholas Orme, etc. Dat. Fr. 
a. F. of St. Denis [9 Oct.], 49 Edw. IIL [1375]- (Foljambe.) 

2353. Grant from John de Twyford, vicar of Spondon, Roger de 
Tybshelf, and Thomas Thachet, chaplains, to William de Hokelowe, 
of the fourth part of a messuage in Tyddeswell. Witn. Robert de 
Hethcote, John de Hethcote, William Alisaundre, etc. Dat. Fr. a. 
F. of St. Giles [i Sept.], 2 Ric. II. [1378]. (Foljambe.) 



298 Tideswell. 

2354. Licence from King Richard II., in confirmation of a similar 
licence from Edward III. now cancelled, to Nicholas da Stafford, chiv., 
James Foliaumbe, John Larcher of Heghlowe, William de Hokelowe, 
Robert Jowesone of Tunstides, Henry Alisaundre, chaplain, Robert 
Sharp, chaplain, Richard le Machon of Tiddeswelle, and Henry atte 
Tounesende de Lytton, and John fil. Henrici de Monyassh, in con- 
sideration of 29 marks received in the King's Hanaper, to convey for 
the support of two chaplains celebrating divine service at the altar 
of the Blessed Mary in the church of St. John Baptist, Tiddeswell, 
twelve messuages, and two hundred acres of land in Tiddeswelle, 
Litton, and Wormhulle. Dat. 20 Nov., anno 7 [1383]. (Woll. xi. 27.) 

2355. Lease, for life, from Mag. Edmund de Stafford, canon of 
Lichfield, afterwards Bishop of Exeter, Richard, vicar of Alstonefeld 
[Allstonefield, co. Staff.], Nicholas Rotour, chaplain, and William 
Osmund, chaplain, to Nicholas de Stafford, "chyvaler," and Elizabeth 
his wife, of the manors of Throwley and Frodeswall [Fradswell, co. 
Staff.], and Tyddeswell, with land in Tyddeswell, Wormhyll, and 
Spondon, and in the bailiwick of the Forest of High Peak, at a rose 
rent. Dat. Lycchefeld, i Oct., 12 Ric. II. [1388]. (Add. 27500.) 

3356. Licence by Roger Foliaumbe to Nicholas de Stafford, knt, 
James Foliaumbe, and others to assign lands in Tiddeswell to support 
two chaplains, to pray for them and for the brethren of the guild of 
St. Mary in the church of St. John Baptist, Tiddeswell. Dat. 19 Sept., 
16 Ric. II. [1392]. (Woll. iii. 15.) 

2357. Grant from Nicholas de Stafford, knt., James Foliaumbe, 
Robert Jewesone of Tunstede, Henry Alisaundre, Robert Sharpe, 
chaplains, Roger Machon of Tiddeswell, and Henry del Tounesende of 
Litton, to John Smyth and John Redymone, chaplains, of lands in 
Wormehull, Tiddeswell, and Litton, to found a chantry at the altar 
of the B. V. Mary in the church of St. John Baptist of Tiddeswelle, 
for prayers for the souls of King Edward [III.], of King Richard II., 
of Anne, Queen of England [Anne of Bohemia], of John, Duke of 
Aquitaine and Lancaster [John of Gaunt], of William de Astone, his 
chancellor, of John Foliaumbe, John, son of Henry de Monyasshe, 
Henry de Tiddeswelle, John Alisaundre, Elizabeth, wife of the said 
Nicholas de Stafford, Roger Foliaumbe, Thomas, son of Godfrey 
Foliaumbe, knt., John de Stafford, sen., Thurstane de la Boure, and 
Margaret his wife, and Margaret his mother. Dat. Tiddeswelle, S. b. 
F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 16 Ric. II. [1392]. (Woll. xi. 26.) 

2358. Quitclaim from William Alexander to Benedict de Asshton 
of a messuage and seven acres of land in Tyddeswall. Witn. Thomas 
Bentley, John Smyth, Thomas Whithalgh. Dat. Tyddeswall, Sat. a. 
F. of St. Katharine, [25 Nov.], 5 Hen. IV. [1403]. (Foljambe.) 

2359. Acquittance from Richard Kooc of Chesterfelde to William 
Bradshawe of Tyddeswall for 605. of his rent due to Edward Foliambe, 
knt., paid to him, the said Richard, as part of ;£7 due from the 
same Edward and WiUiam, with others, on a bond. Dat. 9 Aug., 
6 Hen. V. [14 18]. (Foljambe.) 

2360. Attorney from Hugh de Bradshawe to Hugh Willeson to 
deliver seisin of lands in Tyddeswell to William [la Zouche], Lord de 
Souche [Zouche], Thomas Roughton, WiUiam Purseglowes, vicar of 
Tyddeswell, and John Tunsted. Dat. W. b. F. of St. Cedda [7 Jan.], 
19 Hen. VI. [1441]. (Foljambe.) 



Tideswell. 299 

2361. Acquittance from William Brasier, chaplain, and Robert 
Nevell, executors of the will of Hugh Bradshawe, late of Coventry, to 
Roger Barton of Tyddeswall, for 5 marks. Dat. 19 Jan., 37 Hen. VI. 
[1459]- (Foljambe.) 

2362. Power of attorney from John Grysley and Thomas Stathum, 
knts., Will. Babyngton, Richard Willughby, John Casson, Nicholas 
Longford, Ralph Pole, and Nicholas Fitz-herbert, esqrs., and Thomas 
Babyngton, to John Stathum and John Coke of Walton, to deliver to 
Godith Foliambe, widow of Roger Foliambe, esq., seisin of the manor 
of Tyddeswall and of all other the lands, etc., in Tyddeswall, Huklow, 
Wormehyll, etc., which they had of the demise of John Spondon, abbot 
of Dale, and others, to the use of the said Godith for life. Dat. 
5 Apr., 8 Edw. IV. [1468]. (Foljambe.) 

2363. Acquittance from Henry Rolleston, esq., and Godith his 
wife, to Henry Foliambe, esq., for nine marks on account of rent for 
a farm in Tydyswall and elsewhere. Dat. 23 May, 9 [Edw. IV., 1469]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2364. Acquittance from Henry Rolleston, esq., to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., for five marks for the farm of certain lands, etc., held of him 
by the said Henry in Tyddeswell and elsewhere "in Pecco." Dat. F. 
of Pentecost [5 June], 13 Edw. IV. [1473]. (Foljambe.) 

2365. Acquittance from Thomas Odell, esq., to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., for 12 pounds of silver, for rent due on account of the dower of 
Margery his wife, late wife of Thomas Foliambe.. Dat. 24 June, 
13 Edw. IV. [1473]. (Foljambe.) 

2366. Power of attorney from Thomas Meverell, esq., to Henry 
Matlok and Alexander Fallus, to enter the manors of Throwsley 
[Throwley] and Frodeswalle [Fradswell], co. Staff., and his lands in 
Boterton [Butterton] and Stanshope in the same county, and his manor 
of Tyddeswalle and lands in Spondon, and half his manor of Stapley, 
CO. Chest., and all estates in the said counties which belonged to his 
father, Sampson Meverell, miles, and to deliver seisin of the same to 
Nicholas Fitzherbert, esq., Richard Knyfton, esq., Edward Bageshagh, 
Thomas Taillour, vicar of Tyddeswall, and Richard Blaklach, chaplain. 
Dat. Throwley, 10 Sept., 13 Edw. IV. [1473]. (Add. 27513.) 

2367. Acquittance from Thomas Wodell \al. Odell], esq., to 
Henry Foliambe, esq., for ^12, due on account of the dower of 
Margery his wife. Dat. Vig. of F. of St. Andrew [29 Nov.], 14 Edw. IV. 
[1474]. (Foljambe.) 

2368. Acquittance from Henry Rolleston, esq., to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., for nine marks, rent of land in Tyddeswell and elsewhere " in 
Pecco." Dat. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 15 Edw. IV. [1475]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2369. Grant from Randolph Barton of Tyddeswell to John 
Knyveton, esq., Will. Stouerdale, chaplain, and others of all his lands, 
etc., in Tyddeswell or elsewhere, with his goods and chattels. Witn. 
Nicholas Barton, sen., John Barton, Richard Longden, etc. Dat. Sat. 
a. F. of St. Martin [11 Nov.], 18 Edw. IV. [1478]. (Foljambe.) 



300 Tideswell. 

2370. Acquittance from Henry Rolleston, esq., to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., for nine marks for the farm of certain lands, etc., in Tyddyswell 
and elsewhere " in Pecco." Dat. F. of Pentecost [6 June], i Ric. III. 
[1484]. (Foljambe.) 

3371. Similar acquittance. Dat. F. of Pentecost [22 May], 
2 Ric. III. [1485]. (Foljambe.) 

2372. Counterpart of lease from James Denton, Dean, and the 
Chapter of Lichfield, to Christopher Jamys of Tyddeswall, yeoman, of 
" omnes domes " of the rectory farm of Tideswell, for 25 years. Dat. 
I March, iS25[6]. Attached to the above is a counterpart of another 
lease between the same, and of the same date, of the tithes of com 
and hay at Hardwykwall and Hill. (Lichf. D. 20.) 

TIDESWELL v. also under Bakewell, Elton, Eyam, 
Hope, High Peak. 

TISSINGTON. 

(Tyssinton.) 

2373. Grant from William de Meinell to Walter de Mounte- 
gomery, knt., of a rent of jQio from the manor of Tyssinton, during 
the life of Robert, son of Richard Foleiambe. Dat. Longeleye Meinell, 
Easter Day [4 Apr.], 18 Edw. III. [1344]. (Woll. ix. 57.) 

TOTLEY. 

(Totenley, Totinley, Totteley, Tottynley.) 

2374. Grant from John fil. Thome de Holm to Peter de Bemis 
of a place called Le Stord, " versus rivulum de Totinley " [Storth House, 
near Totley], with other lands there called Le Longecrofte, etc. Witn. 
Hugh de Linakir, Thomas de Leys, John de Birchevid, Thomas, clericus 
de Wodehuses, John, clericus de Stolbilley [Stubley]. Late thirteenth 
century. (D. A. J. iii. 100.) 

2375. Quitclaim from John fil. Thome del Holm to Peter de 
Bemis of the place called le Storth [Storth House, near Totley], with 
land near Le Olrinwelle, and Le Longcrofte, etc. Witn. Jordan de 
Habetot, Thomas Leys, John de Barnes, etc. Late thirteenth century. 

2376. Lease from Ralph Barker of Dore to William del Croft, 
jun., and Alice his wife, of a messuage which Adam Milner sometime 
held in Totenley, with a moiety of Broune Croft there, to hold for 
their lives, with remainder successively to their sons, John, Robert, and 
William, in tail; the said Ralph to find timber for repairs and for 
making wheels and carts. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Bartholomew [24 Aug.], 
8 Hen. IV. [1407]. <D. A. J. iii. 104.) 

2377. Lease, for lives, from Richard de Meygnill to Ralph le 
Barker and Joan his wife of a culture of land in Totenley called 
Becceley. Witn. William fil. Symonis, Roger le Walker, Robert fil. 
Rayneri, Thomas de Bircheved, etc. Dat. S. a. Inv. of H. Cross 
[3 May], 24 Edw. III. [1350]. (D. A. J. iii. 106.) 



Ti^sley. 30 1 

2378. Commission to Sir John Nedeham and Sir Thomas Littelton, 
knts., to take an assise of novel disseisin on behalf of Ralph Fraunceys 
against John Barley, gent., and others concerning tenements in 
Tottynley, Herstofte, Biggyng, Tybshelf, and Little Stretton. Dat. 
Westminster, 10 June, 16 Edw. IV. [1476]. (Foljambe.) 

.2379. Release from Ralph Fraunceys, esq., to John Fraunceys, 
his brother, of a yearly rent of 2.0s. from the manor of Totteley in 
Skaresdale, the reversion of which manor came to the said John after 
the death of John Barlowe. Dat. 8 Sept., 3 Hen. VII. [1487]. 
(Foljambe.) 

TRUSLEY. 

(Trossele, Truslegh, Trusleh, Trusleye, Trussele, 

Trusselega, Trusseleia, Trusseleie, 

Trusseley, Trusseleye.) 

2380. Grant from Robert de Beufei to the Brethren of the Hospital 
of St. John of Jerusalem, of two bovates of land in Trusseleia which 
Paulinus held from him to the day of his death, for the souls of 
Robert, Earl of Ferrars, and of William, Earl of Ferrars \ob. 1191], 
his lord. Temp. Richard I. (WoU. x. 21.) 

Notum sit omnibus sancte Matris ecclesie filiis tam presentibus 
quam futuris quod ego Robertus de Beufei dedi et concessi et 
presenti carta mea confirmaui Deo et sancte Marie et sancto 
Johanni Baptiste et beatis pauperibus sancte domus hospitalis 
ierosolimit' et fratribus eiusdem domus, duas bovatas terra in 
Trusseleia, illas scilicet quas Paulinus quondam de me tenuit cum 
omnibus pertinentiis suis et cum incrementis que predictus Paulinus 
de me tenuit in die ilia qua mortuus fuit et uiuus ab omni secular! 
seruicio et exaccione mundana quietas et ita liberas ut qua 
elemosina melius uel liberius potest dari. Tenendas et habendas 
in puram et perpetuam elemosinam cum omnibus pertinentiis suis 
in bosco et piano, in pratis et pascuis, in moris et mariscis, in 
viis et semitis et in omnibus libertatibus et communitatibus que ad 
predictam villam pertinent. Ita quod ego et heredes mei hanc 
predictam terram contra omnes homines predictis fratribus warant- 
izabimus. Hanc autem donationerti feci predictis fratribus pro 
salute anime Roberti comitis de Fer[ariis] et Vill[elmi] Comitis 
de Fer[ariis] Domini mei et omnium antecessorum suorum et pro 
salute anime mee et omnium antecessorum et heredum meorum. 
Ita quod ego nee heredes mei in predictam terram nichil recuperare 
poterimus preter orationes et elemosinas. Hiis testibus Villelmo 
Comite de Fer[ariis], Roberto fratre eius, Roberto auunculo Comitis, 
Roberto de Bocheruilla, Radulfo de Gresseleia, Henrico de Mongoie, 
Reginaldo de Boileston et multis aliis. 

2381. Confirmation by Robert de Beufei to Livilde ... of 
land in Breleia, co. Derby, which William fil. Serlonis, his grandfather, 
gave him, with the consent of Robert, father of the said Robert, to 
hold of the alms of Turmundel, where the bodies of his ancestors rest, 
by rent of twelve pence to be paid on the altar of the B. V. Mary 
of Turmundel; together with common of the vill in all liberties per- 
taining to the fee of Trusley. Late twelfth century. (WoU. x. 20.) 



302 Trusley. 

Sciant omnes tam presentes quam futuri tam clerici quam laici quod 
ego Robertus de Beufei dedi et concessi et hac carta mea con- 
firmavi Livilde et heredibus suis pro suo seruicio terrain illam in 
Breleiam quam Willelmus fil. Serlonis auus meus assensu patris 
mei Robert! ei et heredibus suis dedit libera et quiete ab omni 
seruicio de me et de heredibus meis, tenendam de elemosina 
Turmundel ubi corpora meorum antecessorum requiescunt, reddendo 
annuatim xii denarios quos ponere debet super altare sancte Marie 
uirginis de Turmundel in die natiuitatis sue, Et concessi ei et 
heredibus suis comune de willa in bosco et in piano et in omnibus 
libertatibus pertinentibus ad feudum Trusseleie, et terra ista est 
libera de comitatu et de Undredo et de tac et de tol, et de omnibus 
seruiciis que pertinent ad me et ad heredibus meis (sic), preter 
hos y^\\d. prenominatos. His testibus, Nicholao filio Pagani 
dapifero comitis de Ferariis, Radulfo de Boschereuilla, Willelmo 
filio Hereberti, Reginaldo filio Reginald! de Gresele, Willelmo de 
Trussel', presbitero, Henrico presbitero de sanctimonialibus, 
Magistro Willelmo de Nestome, Magistro Ingeramo de Leis, et 
Fulchero filio suo, et Petro suo fratre, Reginaldo filio Paullini, 
Ricardo Martin, Radulfo Carpintario, Suano filio Brunmoni et 
Willelmo fratre suo, Hulf de Ossauiston, Gilieberto eiusdem wille, 
Ricardo de Findirne, Nicholao de Derbeia et Jocelino fratre suo 
et multis aliis. 

2382. Quitclaim from Emma, Prioress of St. Mary of Dereby, to 
Robert de Belfai, their patron of Trossele, of land in Trussele, which 
they held from Robert de Belfai, his father, namely, Pilateshul, with 
a meadow lying between it and the stream which comes from Thor- 
mondeslee. Late twelfth century. (Woll. x. 22.) 

Nouerint omnes sancte Matris ecclesie filii quod ego Emma 
Priorissa sancte Marie de Derebi et totus eiusdem loci conuentus 
reddidimus et quietam clamauimus inperpetuum Roberto de Belfai 
patrono nostro de Trossele et heredibus suis quandam partem terre 
in Trussele quam habuimus ex dono et confirmatione Robert! de 
Belfai patris sui, scilicet totum Pilateshul cum prato quod est inter 
ipsum Pilateshul et torrentem qui uenit de Thormondeslee pro 
concessione et confirmatione quam fecit nobis de donationibus et 
confirmationibus antecessorum suorum. Hiis testibus. Domino 
Waltero, Abbate de Derlee, T. abbate de Crokesdon, Alexandro 
canonico, H. de Breidesal, Simone de Tosch[et], H. filio Walkel[ini], 
Johanne de Boschiervil, Matheo de Tosch[et], H. decano, T. 
magistro, R. fratre eius et multis aliis. 

2383. Grant from Margaret, Prioress, and the nuns of Derby 
[St. Mary de Pratis], with the assent " magistri nostri Willelmi prioris 
Sancte Elene," to Robert de Beufei, of lands lying between Yelderis 
and their meadow of Holtun and the bounds of Oslaueston, near 
Trussele, in exchange for an assart near Brerleia. Witn. Wplliam], 
Abbas de Deri', Thomas, Abbas de Crockesd' [Crokesden, co. Staff.], 
Wplliam] de Muschamp, Archdeacon of Derby, Ralph fil. Nicholai, 
Philip de Toe, Michael de Langeford, John de Saperton, Simon de 
Sancto Mauro. Early thirteenth century. (Woll. viii. 51.) 

2384. Grant from Hugh de Hototh, with the consent of Ysabel 
his wife, and of Geoffrey and Henry his brothers, to the nuns of Derby, 
of part of his wood extending from the " mera " of William fil. Hugonis 
to the " mera " of Trusselega, and from the " mera " of Dalenburi to 



Trusley. 303 

the assart of Gerard. Witn. William fil. Philippi, Henry and Robert, 
sacerdotes, Geoffrey de Hotot, Henry de Hototh, Peter fil. Mabille, 
Stephen de Longel', Gerard de Longel', Dorling de Ottun, William 
de Ghent, Nicholas Ruffus, Hugh Cnaue, etc. Early thirteenth century. 
(Woll. X. 24.) 

2385. Lease from Raimon, Prioress, and the Convent of St. Mary 
de Kingesmedwe [Kingsmead, Derby], to Simon, rector de Trusleh', 
of two cultures of arable land in the fields of Truslegh, of which one 
lies near Hylderis, extending towards Oslaveston, and the other extends 
towards the meadow of the said nuns of Truslegh j to hold for his 
life at a yearly rent of two shillings. Witn. Mag. Alexander, Bishop 
of Coventry and Lichfield, Mag. William de Luteby, Archdeacon of 
Derby, Dom. Richard, tunc officialis Derbeiensis, Mag. Nicholas, rector 
of Cubbelegh, Dom. John, Dean of Derby, Thomas Juvenis, Nicholas 
fil. Aldred, Huron his brother, Hugh fil. Radulphi, Andrew fil. Petri, 
Nicholas Juvenis, Peter Col, Simon de Langhelegh. Early thirteenth 
century. (? Kedleston.) 

2386. Grant from Ralph Pippard to Ralph de Lathebury, 
" camerarius meus," of all his meadow of Trusseleye called " Ermite 
medewe." Witn. Dom. Henry de Braylesford, Giles de Meynill, John 
de Bakepuz, milites, Hugh de Meynil, Ralph de Rocheford, Robert de 
Sallowe. Dat. Rutherfeld Pippard, S. a. F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 
31 Edw. I. [1303]. Seal of arms. (Woll. ix. 29.) 

2387. Power of attorney from Ralph Pippard, appointing Robert 
de Sailowe and Thomas de Thorp to deliver seisin to Ralph de 
Lathebury, his chamberlain, of a meadow in Trusseley called " Ermite 
medowe," and of xos. rent in Bussouns. Dat. Rutherfeld Pippard, 
M. a. F. of SS. Philip and James [i May], 31 Edw. I. [1303]. 
(Woll. ix. 30.) 

2388. Grant from John fil. Oliveri de Oddyngseles of Trusseleye to 
Robert de Beaufey of the same, and John his brother, of a messuage 
and a bovate of land in Trusseley, acquired from Margery, mother of 
the grantor. Witn. Dom. Giles de Meynil, Dom. John de Chundos, 
milites, William de Oddyngseles of Trusseleye, etc. Dat. Trusley, 
M. a. " Clausum Pasche " [22 Apr.], i Edw. IL [1308]. (Woll. x. 25.) 

2389. Grant from Robert fil. Willelmi de Trusseleye, capellanus, 
to Adam fil. Willelmi de Duffeld and Johanna, sister of the said Robert, 
and their heirs in tail, of a toft and bovate of land in Trusseley, late 
belonging to his father, William de Trusseleye. Witn. Dom. John de 
Beaufey, miles, William de Doddingzeles, Thomas de Beaufey, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Michael [29 Sept.], 11 Edw. IL [1317]- (Woll. x. 26.) 

2390. Copy (fifteenth century) of grant from John Orme of 
Brynalston to Arthur de RoUeston of an acre of meadow called La 
Balyacre in Trusleye. Witn. Thomas Mongomery de Coland, John 
Durdant, John Chapleyn de Trusleye, Edmund Fowen. Dat. Oslaston, 
S. b. Nat. of St. John B. [24 June], 7 Ric. II. [1383]. (Trusley.) 

2391. Copy (fifteenth century) of grant from Arthur de Rolleston 
to John Cokayn of Berewardcote, William de Toturdon, and Henry 
Punt of Ashburn, of an acre of land called Balyacre in Trusley. Witn. 
Thomas Dodyngseles, Nicholas Irton, William Groos, John Roo, etc. 
Dat. Berewardcote, Th. a. F. of SS. Peter and Paul [29 June], 
17 Ric. IL [1393]. (Trusley.) 



304 Trusley. 

3392. Grant from John Cowdale and Elena his wife, daughter of 
Alice, daughter and one of the heirs of Thomas Dodingsels, Lord of 
.... to Humphrey [de Stafford, 7th] Earl of Stafford, Robert 
Grey, John Stanley, esquires, etc., of the manor of Trusseley, which 
descended to him at the death of Alice his mother. Witn. Walter 
Blount, John Cursone, Ralph Bassett, esquires, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. George [23 Apr.], . . . Hen. VI. [1422-1444]. (Woll. x. 29.) 

2393. Grant from Robert Fraunceys, esq., son and heir of Robert 
Fraunceys, knt., to John . . . ych, of all the lands in Trusseley, 
near Etwall, which fell to him on the death of his father. Witn. 
Richard Brown, Gilbert Ince, Richard Bulelogh. Dat. 19 Hen. VI. 
[1440-1]. Imperfect. (Woll. x. 28.) 

2394. Grant from Richard Vernon, knt., to John Vernon his son, 
of all his lands in Trusseley. Witn. Thomas Blounte, Sampson 
Meverell, knts., Nicholas Mountegomery, John Cokayn, Henry Bradbom, 
esquires, etc. Dat. Harlastone, 14 Sept., 26 Hen. VI. [1447]. Fine 
seal of arms. (Woll. x. 30.) 

2395. Grant from Henry Makworth, esq., to John Fitzherbert, 
son of Nicholas Fitzherbert of Norbury, esq., of a messuage, toft, and 
lands in Trusseley. Witn. William Coke of Trusseley, William 
Chapeleyn of the same, John Semper of Asshe, etc. Dat. Trusseley, 
IS May, 6 Edw. IV. [1466]. (Woll. viii. 54.) 

2396. Notification by Sir Nicholas, OiBcial of the Archdeacon of 
Derby, of the induction of Nicholas Brandewodde, priest, to the rectory 
of Trusley, to which he had been presented by John [Halse or Heles], 
Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, at the death of Thomas Steynton, 
the last rector. Dat. Aston, 13 Apr., 1475. (Woll. x. 36.) 

2397. Quitclaim from John Golde of Loghbergh, chaplain, son of 
John Golde of Parwich, to Henry Vernon, esq., of all his lands in 
Trusseley. Dat. 4 May, 18 Edw. IV. [1478.] (Trusley.) 

2398. Grant from John Vernon, esq., son of Richard Vernon, knt., 
to William Hastynges, knt.. Lord of Hastyngs, John Ferrers, knt., 
Nicholas Mongombery, Humphrey Stanley, Edmund Vernon, esquires, 
Nicholas Agard, and William Vernon, the grantor's son, and the heirs 
of the body of the last-named William Vernon, of all his lands 
in Trusley, with remainder, on the death of the said William without 
issue, to the said John Ferrers and the heirs of his body and that of 
Matilda his wife. Dat. Trusley, 12 Apr., 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. 
(Trusley.) 

2399. Quitclaim from John Vernon, son of Sir Richard Vernon, 
knt., to Henry Vernon, esquire, of all his lands in Trusseley. Dat. 
10 Apr., 20 Edw. IV. [1480]. (Trusley.) 

2400. Grant from William Coke, sen., to Ralph Langforth, mil., 
Thomas Gresley, mil., Henry Derker, clerk, William Mascury, William 
Coke, jun., and John Yoman, of all his lands, etc., in Trusley. Witn. 
Henry Rowe, John Fowler, Thomas Semper, etc. Dat. 20 March, 
6 Hen. VII. [1491]. (Trusley.) 

2401. Grant from William Coke of Trusseley to Thomas Toples, 
jun., of all his lands, etc., in Trusseley. Witn. William Pykryng of 
Thometon, John Fowler of Salbery, Henry Roo, etc. Dat. Trusseley, 
23 Oct., II Hen. VII. [1495]. (Trusley.) 



Tupton. 305 

2402. Acknowledgment by the Abbot, etc., of Beauchief, collector 
of the second moiety of a subsidy to the King " ad tuicionem et defen- 
cionem Ecclesie Anglicane juriumque et libertatum eiusdem per prelatos 
et clerum," of the receipt of 5^. i,d. from the Rector of Trusley. Dat. 
31 May, 20 Hen. VII. [1505]. (Trusley.) 

2403. Grant from Godfrey Folgeambe, esq.. Master William Masse, 
chaplain, John Stapull, and Martin Eyre, to Richard Vernon of 
Hasulbache, Thomas Chessyre, rector of Appulbe, William Braye, vicar 
of Hartington, and John Wellis, of the manor of Trusley, and of lands 
in Yolgrave. Dat. 20 May, i Hen. VIII. [1509]. (Woll. x. 31.) 

TRUSLEY V. also under Cold Eaton, Etwall, Oslaston. 
TUNSTEAD. 

(TONSTEDES, TOUNSTEDE, TUNSTEDE, TUNSTEDES.) 

2404. Grant from Reginald fil. Roberti de Shropschyre del 
Tunstedes and Alice his wife to Hugh de Gunston of a piece of land 
and house called Le Oldebeme in Tunstedes. Witn. Roger fil. Radulfi, 
jun., Roger fil. Radulfi, sen., Ralph fil. Jowe, Ralph de Wardelowe, 
etc. Dat. Baucquell, M. a. Tr. of St. Thomas [7 July], 1335. (Lichf. 
B. 28.) 

2405. Grant from John fil. Thome de Benteleye to Hugh de Gunston 
of one parcel of land and a house called Oldberne, as it stands' on that 
tenement which Robert de Shropschire sometime held in Tonstedes, 
which he acquired by grant from Reginald fil. dicti Roberti de 
Shropschire. Witn. Roger fil. Rad. del Tonstedes, jun., Roger fil. 
Rad. senior, Ralph fil. Jowe, jun., William Jowe, etc. Dat. apud 
Tyddeswell, S. a. Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 1335. (Lichf. B. 18.) 

2406. Attached is quitclaim from Reginald fil. Roberti de 
Shropschire to Hugh de Gunston of the above land, etc. Same wit- 
nesses. Dat. S. a. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 1335. (Lichf. B. 18.) 

2407. General pardon from Edward III. to Thomas fil. Thome 
fil. Ricardi de Wardelowe de Tounstede, for services in war " in partibus 
cismarinis " and also because he has found two sureties for his good 
behaviour and good services to the King, viz., John Warner of 
Elyngton and John fil. Johannis de Gymel3Tigeye, co. Bedf. Dat. 
" juxta civitatem Venet' in Britannia" [Vannes, in Brittany], 27 Dec, 
16 Edw. III. [1342]. (? Foljambe.) 

2408. Lease, for five years, from the Canons of Lichfield to their 
" confrater," John Linderthorp, of the sheaf and hay tithes of their 
church of Baukwell, namely, in Tounstede, Gritrakes, Weston, etc., for 
five years, at a rent of £^i, 7s. 5d. Dat. xii. kal. Jun [21 May], 1344. 
(Lichf. D. 7.) 

TUNSTEAD v. also under Tideswell. 

TUPTON. 

(Thopton, Topton.) 

2409. Grant from Roger de Deyncurt, rector of Wynnefeld, to 
Mary his mother, for her life, and to William his brother, of all his 
land in Thopton, which William his father had of the feoffment of 



3o6 Tupton. 

Robert fil. Thome clerici de Thopton and William le Hil. Witn. 
John de Deyncurt, William le Bret, Roger le Bretun, John de Braylis- 
ford. Dat. apud Hallewynnefeld, S. b. F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 
25 Edw. I. [1297]. (Longford.) 

2410. Grant from Henry Hunte to Robert Wednesley and John 
Wodeward of all his lands, etc., in Topton, in the fee of Wyngreworth 
and Eggestowe [Egstow], in the fee of Stretton, Ashover, and 
Bryminton, in the parish of Chestrefeld. Witn. Thomas Glapewell, 
rector of Wynfeld, John Brailesford, etc. Dat. Tupton, F. of St. Denis 
[9 Oct.], 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. (Foljambe.) 

TWYFORD. 

24 1 1 . Grant from William Mylnegate of Melboum to Robert 
Fraunceys of Fornewerk, esquire, of all his lands, etc., in Twyford and 
Steynston, which came to him on the death of Emma, late wife of 
Roger Mylnegate, late of Little Over, as son and heir of the said 
Emma. Witn. Henry del Both, John Lathbury, esquires, John 
Crewkere, etc. Dat. Twyford, 22 Oct., 22 Hen. VI. [1443]. (Wilmot.) 

TWYFORD V. also under WiLLiNGTON. 



UNDERWOOD in Ashbourne. 
(Underwode, Undrewode.) 

2412. Grant from Thomas de Lemenstre of Assheburne to Thomas 
de Knyvetone of lands in Underwode lying between Baxtersiche and 
Assebecke. Witn. John Cokain, Edmund Cokayn, John de la Pole of 
Assheburne, etc. Dat. 5 Apr., 40 Edw. III. [1306]. (Woll. vi. 23.) 

2413. Lease from Maud, widow of William de Knyveton of Bradley 
to Thomas de Knyveton of a meadow in Undrewode during his hfe, 
with a payment of 135. i,d. to him in case of her death within three 
years of the making of the lease. Witn. John Cokayn, Thomas Adam, 
John de la Pole, etc. Dat. Underwode, 31 May, 39 Edw. III. [1365]. 
French. (Woll. vi. 22.) 

2414. Grant from Giles Adam of Assheburne to Thomas de 
Knyveton, of all the " butts " of land which he held of Thomas Adam 
his father in Underwode. Witn. Edmund Cokayn of Asshebum, John 
de la Pole, Henry le Walour of the same. Dat. 10 Dec, 42 Edw. III. 
[1368]. (Woll. vi. 24.) 

2415. Grant from Alice Adam, daughter of Thomas Adam of 
Asshebourne, to Nicholas de Knyveton, of a meadow in Brodemedue 
and Skyrmaremedue in the fee of Undrewode. Witn. Nich. de Monte- 
gomery, John de la Pole, John Cokayn, knts., etc. Dat. Morr. of the 
Circumcision [2 Jan.], 14 Ric. II. [1391]. (Woll. vi. 27.) 

2416. Release from John de Cressy, parson of Longeford, John 
Houbelle, parson of Wynfeld, William de Monyasche, parson of 
Bondesale, and Thomas Wombewelle, to Nicholas de Kn5rvetone, of lands 
which he held of the feoffment of John Cokayn in Undrewode. Witn. 
Nichol de Montegomery, PhiUppe de Okere, John de la Pole, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Mark [25 Apr.], 13 Ric. II. [1390]. French. (Woll. vi. 26.) 



Unstone. 307 

2417. Bond by John Bate of Asshebume and Richard Bate of 
the same to Lawrence Lowe, in £p.o, for the peaceable possession 
of lands in Underwode; with a clause setting forth that the bond is 
sealed with the seals of John Clerk, vicar of Asshebume, Richard 
Boys, and Thomas Metheley, Prior of Bella Valle [Beauvale], co. Notts. 
Dat. 12 May, 8 Edw. IV. [1468]. (Woll. vii. 15.) 

UNDERWOOD v. also under Ashbourne, Denby, Cold Eaton, 
Matlock, Methley. 



UNSTONE. 

(HONSTON, HOUNSTON, ONESTON, ONESTONE, ONISTONE, 

Onston, Onstone, Onuston, Ouenston, Ounston, 
Ownston, Ownstone.) 

2418. Grant from Richard de Stretote [Stretton ?], miles, dominus 
de Onestona, to Richard his son, of the manor of Onestone; rent, a 
pair of gilded spurs or (id. at Qiristmas, and to Alina,, " quondam uxor 
Hervei, filii mei," four pounds, silver, for her life " in nomine dotis." 
Witn. i)om. Walter de Rybof and Robert le Breton of Waleton, milites, 
Ralph de Rerisby, Roger de Someruile, Jordan de Apetote, etc. Temp. 
Hen. III. (Woll. vii. 71.) 

2419. Grant from Richard de Strettone, dominus de Onistone, to 
Adam fil. Willelmi de Newbold, of Peter fil. Hugonis de Somerbrige 
his " nativus." Witn. Thomas de Bramtone, Jordan de Dracote, Thomas 
de Leyes, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. vii. 74.) 

2420. Grant from Richard de Stratton, dominus de Oneston, to 
Adam fil. Willelmi de Neubolt, of two water mills, lands, and rent in 
Oneston in Scaruisdale. Rent, id. Witn. William le Bret, John de 
Bremington, Peter de Donston, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. viii. 36.) 

2421. Release from Richard de Streton, miles, dominus de 
Honeston, to Adam fil. Willelmi de Neubolt, of Richard fil. Jored and 
John fil. Henrici, his " nativi." Witn. John de Bremington, Nicholas 
de Hulm, Peter de Donston, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. viii. 37.) 

2422. Grant, for twenty pounds, silver, from Richard fil. Ricardi 
de Strettone, mil., to Sara, widow of Adam de Neubolt, and Adam 
her son, of the manor of Oneston ; rent, 20^. Witn. Thomas de Leyes, 
Nich. de Hulm, Peter de Donston, etc. \Temp. Edw. I.] (Woll. vii. 72.) 

2423. Grant, for twenty pounds, silver, from Richard fil. Ricardi 
de Strettona, mil., to Sara, que fuit uxor Ade de Neubold, and Adam 
her son, of the manor of Onistone. Witn. Peter de Dunstona, Thomas 
de Leys, Nicholas de Hulm, John le Say, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Woll. vii. 73.) 

2424. Grant from Alan de la Merche de Oneston to Sarra, widow 
of Adam de Neubolt, and to Adam her son, of two acres of land in 
Surmedue in the fee of Oneston, one acre lying in Heghfelt, and the 
other in Hunerfurlong. Witn. Peter de Dunston, Henry de Oneston, 
Ralph le Muner, Peter fil. Matilde, Adam de Somurlesue, Ralph de 
Bremington. Undated. (Rel. xx. 166.) 



3o8 Unstone. 

2425. Grant from Dora. Richard de Stretton, knt., to William, 
clerk, son of Adam de Roard de Oneston, of the land which the said 
Adam sometime held in Oneston, with liberty to grind his com at the 
said lord's mill, etc. Witn. Dom. Ancelm, rector of Dranefeud, William, 
clericus de Neubolt, Thomas de Ley, Jordan de Bailey, Nicholas de 
Hulme, William Matenie, John de Burcheued, Thomas, clericus de 
Apilcnol, etc. Undated. (Rel. xx. iii.) 

2426. Grant from Dom. Richard de Stretton to William fil. Ade 
de Oneston of a messuage, etc., in Oneston called Hundishon, with 
five acres of land in Oneston fields. Witn. Dom. Ancelm, parson of 
Dranefeld, Thomas de Leiis, Peter de Wodehousis, Peter de Bircheued, 
etc. Undated. (Rel. xx. no.) 

2427. Grant from Adam de Over Neubold to Philip de Lemna 
in Cestrefeld of lands in Oneston; rent, e^d. Witn. Robert de Detheks, 
William le Foleiambe, John de Brimington, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
(Woll. viii. 45.) 

2428. Grant from Jurdan de Lees to Roger Lehajn of his manor 
of Barley Woodsettes, between the waters of Hounston and Weanstons- 
sickes. Witn. Hugh Linacre, Thomas de Brampton, John de Mora, 
John de Stubley, Peter de Dranfield, William de Dunston, Adam Francis, 
Thomas de Woodhouse. Undated. (Rel. xx. 109.) 

2429. Grant from Robert fil. Joh. de Hundehowe to Richard fil. 
Ade de Neubold of lands in Onestone and in the fields of Wodethorppe. 
Witn. Peter de Brimingtone, Roger fil. Ade de Tapton, John de 
Dyggeleye, and others. Dat. M. b. F. of St. Matthew [21 Sept.], 
9 Edw. II. [1315]. (Woll. viii. 39.) 

2430. Grant from Roger fil. Ade de Tapton de Cestrefeld to 
Peter de ApelknoU, Margaret his wife, and John their son, for their 
lives, of that arable land which Peter ad-pontem de Onston sometime 
held in the fee of Onston, with a curtilage, etc., in Apelknol. Witn. 
Richard de Neubold, Robert le Aptot, Roger Bate de Neubold, etc. 
Dat. W. in Easter Week [Apr. 6], 131 7. (Rel. xx. iii.) 

2431. Grant from Allan, chaplain of Schoffeld [? Sheffield, co. 
York], to William fil. Philippi de Aston, of lands in the town of 
Apilknolle, in the fee of Wyngreworth. Witn. Roger de Apilknolle, 
Peter his brother, Adam de Hondhow, etc. Dat. S. a. Conv. of St Paul 
[25 Jan.], 12 Edw. II. [13 19]. (Woll. viii. 50.) 

2432. Quitclaim from John Calfcroft of Onston, and John his son, 
to David fil. Simonis de Wthytinton, of a piece of land in Le Ryddinge 
in Onston. Dat. 16 Edw. II. [1322-3]. (Rel. xx. 221.) 

2433. Quitclaim by Elena condam uxor Davyd de Whytinton to 
John dil Mersche of Onston, of three acres of land in the Wodthorp 
in the fee of Onston. Witn. John de Grey, dominus de Onston, John 
de Plumleye, Richard de Dronfeld Wodhouses, etc. Dat. S. a. Ass. 
of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 16 Edw. III. [1342]. (Foljambe.) 

2434. Account of the descent of the manor of Onston from Sir 
Richard Strettone, knt., who sold it " to Sare off Neubolt and Adam 
her son," which Adam, dying without heir, was succeeded by his 
brother Richard, and on the latter's death by his brother Henry, who 
died in " a thowsand ccc. xl. ix.," leaving two daughters, who married 
John Grey and Richard Tetlow. Fifteenth century. (Woll. vii. 75.) 



Unstone. 309 

2435. Grant from Nicholas Bisshop of Chapel in le Frith to 
Nicholas fil. Johannis de Somerlesou, of 3^ acres of land in Onstone. 
Witn. John Gray, Richard de Tetlowe, John le Taillour, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. Mary Magd. [22 July], 29 Edw. III. [1355]. (Woll. vii. 76.) 

2436. Grant from Robert . . . . de Hundehowe to William le 
Fytheler of Onstone, of lands in Onstone; rent, 2d. Witn. Thomas 
le Gray, Nicholas son of John de Somerleso, Thomas " ad-finem-ville," 
etc. Dat. Onstone, Sun. a. F. of St. Michael, Arch., 32 Edw. III. 
[1358]. (Woll. viii. 49.) 

2437. Quitclaim from Angnes fil. Ricardi Broune of Whytyngton 
to William Fitheler of Onston of the lands which came to him on 
the death of William, clericus de Appulknoll, in Appulknoll, in the 
fee of Onston, called " le Norton Land " and " le Ker," lying between 
Somerslese and Apulknoll. Witn. Thomas Gray of Onston, Nicholas 
del Mersch, Ranulph de Whityngton, etc. Dat. S. a. Michs., 
37 Edw. III. [1363]. (Rel. XX. 109.) 

2438. Grant from Thomas fil. Johannis Gray of Onestone, near 
Dronfeld, to Richard Gomfrey, clerk, of the manor of Onestone, with 
the moiety of a water-mill, excepting a rent of 75. Witn. Nicholas de 
Bauqwelle, Nicholas de Onestone, John atte Tounehende, talior, etc. 
Dat. S. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 41 Edw. III. [1367]. (Woll. viii. 40.) 

2439. Lease from Richard Goumfrey to Thomas,, son of John 
Grey de Ounston by Dronfield, and Joan his wife, of all his manor 
of Ounston for term of their lives, with remainder to John their son. 
Witn. Nicholas de Ounston, John atte Tounende, Adam Wryght de 
Aston. Dat. S. a. Michs., 42 Edw. III. [1368]. (Rel. xx. 109.) 

2440. Grant from Hugh Woulf, chaplain, and Peter del Wode of 
Briminton, to John Fleccher of Dronfeld, chaplain, of all the lands 
they had by feoffment from Robert fil. Egidii de Briminton in the fee 
of Oneston and in the fields of Brerlay. Witn. Nicholas de Oneston, 
John at Tounhend, Robert Dawson, etc. Dat. apud Chastourfeld, Vig. 
of Circumcision [31 Dec], 8 Ric. II. [1384]. (Rel. xx. 219.) 

2441. Grant from Joan Vawsone, widow of Robert Vawsone of 
Appelknoll, to John Herwy, sen., John Herwy, jun., and John Metam 
of Astone, of all her lands, etc., in the vill of AppilknoU, in the territory 
of Ownstone and in the fee of Wyngreworth. Witn. John Gray, 
Nicholas de Ownston, and Roger Curtaysse. Dat. Pur. of B. V. M. 
[2 Feb.], 16 Ric. II. [1393]. (Rel. xx. 165.) 

2442. Quitclaim from Thomas Grey of Ounston to John Grey his 
son, of the manor of Ounston, with the moiety of the mill there, etc. 
Witn. Thomas Comfrey, rector of Dronfield, Ralph Barker, Nicholas 
de Ounston, etc. Dat. 7 May, 1398. (Woll. xx. 221.) 

2443. Grant from Cecily, daughter of John Pereisson of Apulknoll, 
to William Hudsone, chaplain, of Dronfeld, of lands in Onuston. 
Witn. Nich. de Onuston, John Stubley of Wodsmythes, Will Rowmley 
of Apulknolle, etc. Dat. Trin. Sun. [29 May], 2 Hen. IV. [1401]. 
(Woll. viii. 46.) 

2444. Release by Richard de Chaterton, co. Lanes., to Nicholas 
de Oneston, of lands and tenements which he had of the gift of Roger 
de Chestrefeld, chaplain. Witn. Will de Dethek, Rob de Barley, 
Thurstan de Doure, etc. Dat. Chestrefeld, F. of St. Peter ad-vincula 
[i Aug.], 6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Woll. viii. 48.) 



3IO Unstone, 

2445. Grant from Richard de Chadirton to John Bullok, son of 
Thomas Bullok of Norton, of all his lands in Ounstonj in the parish 
of Dronfeld. Witn. Nicholas de Ounston, John Gray, Thomas Maynard, 
etc. Dat. M. b. Christmas Day, 8 Hen. IV. [1406]. (Rel. xx. 166.) 

2446. Lease from John Talbot, Dominus del Fumyvale, and 
Geoffrey Laucher to Thomas Bullok and John Bullok, of lands in 
Onston, at a yearly rent of an ounce of pepper. Witn. John Gray, 
William Wolhous, Ralph Povay. Dat. apud Roderham, F. of St. James 
[25 July], 12 Hen. IV. [1411]- (Rel. xx. 220.) 

2447. Quitclaim from John Gray of Onston to William Aston, 
William Woderowe, and John Tunsted, of lands within the lordship of 
Oneston. Witn. Roger de Chestirfeld, William Hudson, chaplain, 
Robert Schemyld, etc. Dat. Dronfield, F. of St. Gregory [12 Mar.], 

5 Hen. V. [141 7]. (Rel. xx. no.) 

2448. Grant from John Gray of Ouenston to John Leek, esq., 
John Acres, clerk, and Nicholas de Lowe, of lands in Ouenston; rent, 
a red rose at F. of St John Bapt. [24 June]. Witn. Will Cook, Thos. 
Maynard, Roger Curteys, etc. Dat. F. of St. John B. [24 June], 

6 Hen. V. [1418]. (Woll. viii. 47.) 

2449. Grant from John Gray de Oneston to William Aston, William 
Woderowe, and John Tunsted, of all his lands, etc., and the moiety 
of water-mill and all the lordship of Oneston " sub terra et extra terram." 
Witn. Willian^ Coke of Holmesfeld, Thomas Fox de Aston, Thomas 
Maynnarde, William Boton, etc. Dat. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 1418. 
(Rel. XX. 218.) 

2450. Grant from Henry Hurryll of Wodesmethys to Roger his 
son of a piece of land with meadow in Oneston. Witn. John Ballok, 
Thomas Wodehalls, Thomas Benett. Dat. F. of St. Thomas, M. 
[29 Dec], 9 Hen. VI. [1430]. (Rel. xx. 165.) 

2451. Grant from John Bullok of Norton to William Bullok his 
son and Elena his wife of all his lands in Onston, excepting those which 
were Christopher Belefeld's. Witn. John Percy, clerk, John Barker, 
Richard Selioke, Robert Outrem, Thomas Wodehouse. Dat. i Nov., 
1431. (Rel. XX. 109.) 

2452. Re-grant from William Aston and John Tunstede to John 
Gray of Onestone of lands in Onestone, lately held by the grantors 
conjointly with William Woderofe. Witn. Thomas Chaworth, Richard 
Vemone, knts., William Ulkerthorpe, esq., etc. Dat. 10 Nov., 
10 Hen. VI. [1431]. (Woll. viii. 41.) 

2453. Attorney from William Aston and John Tunstede to John 
Bullock to deliver to John Gray of Oneston seisin of the lands which 
they held jointly with William Woderofe, now deceased. Dat. 10 Nov., 
1431. (Rel. XX. iii.) 

2454. Release from William Aston and John Tunstede to John 
Gray of Onestone of lands in Onestone, which they held of the gift 
of the said John, conjointly with William Woderofe. Dat. 15 Nov., 
10 Hen. VI. [1431]. (Woll. viii. 42.) 

2455. Grant from John Gray to Thomas, Bishop of Durham, John 
Radclyf, clerk, Henry de Longley, and John Bullok, of all the lands, 
etc., in Onston which he holds on lease from William Aston and John 
Tunstede. Witn. Thomas Chaworth, Richard Vernon, knts., William 
Uwerthorp, John Shakerley, etc. Dat. 15 Nov., 1431. (Rel. xx. iii.) 



Unstone. 311 

2456. Attorney from Thomas, Bishop of Durham, John Radclyf, 
clerk, and others, to William Bullok, to take seisin of lands in Onston 
which John Gray gave them. Dat. 15 Nov., 1431. (Rel, xx. 109.) 

2457. Letters patent of Henry VI., appointing James Strangways 
[Puisne Justice of the Common Pleas], and John Ellerker [Serjeant- 
at-Law], Justices, to hold an Assize "Nove disseisine," which John 
Bullok had arrayed against Christopher de Belfeld, respecting a tenement 
in Onestone. Dat. Westm., 8 Jan., a"- 11 [1433]. (WoU, vii. 77.) 

2458. Grant from Thomas Hurll of Kyrby, son and heir of Henry 
Hurll of Wodsmythes, to Robert Seriand of Dronfield, of all the lands 
which came to him on his said father's death, in Onston. Witn. 
Thomas Foxe of Aston, Richard de Cartlege, William Owtrem, etc. 
Dat. Dronfield, F. b. F. of St. Martin. [TSTov. 11.], 14 Hen. VI. [1435]. 
(Rel. XX. 109.) 

2459. Grant from John fil. Thome de Clogh to William Gray of 
Hanley and Peter Turner, of all the messuages, etc., he had of the 
grant of William Dowson, in Oneston, Norton in Scarsdale Hundred, 
etc. Witn. Richard Seliok of Norton, William Bullok, and Thomas 
Wodhous. Dat. Th. a. Trinity [12 June], 17 Hen. VI. [1438]. 
(Rel. XX. 165.) 

2460. Grant from Thomas Maynerd and John Gierke to Thomas 
Fox of Aston and Robert Sergeaunt, of all the lands, tenements, etc., 
in Oneston formerly belonging to Nicholas, son of John de Somerlese. 
Witn. Robert Schemeld, Richard Cartleg, Thomas Herve, etc. Dat. 
F. of St. James [25 July], . , . Hen. VI. \circ. 1439]. (Foljambe.) 

2461. Grant from John Clogh to Dom. William Pole, Earl of 
Suffolk, to Dom. Henry Grey, Richard Bingham, and John Cokfeld, of 
all his messuages, etc., in Oneston, Apulknol, and Norton. Witn. Adam 
Seriant, Robert Shemyld, William Gardener, William Moghson, etc. 
Dat. Sat. a. Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 18 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Rel. 
XX. 219.) 

2462. Grant from Cecily AppurknoU of Ounston to John Leek of 
Sutton, esquire, Thomas Leeke, and John Dassenys of the same, of a 
tenement called Bryghouse in Ownston. Witn. Thomas Hanley of 
Hanley, Walter Glossok, Thomas Wodehus, etc. Dat. 20 Sept., 1439. 
(Rel. XX. 109.) 

2463. Indenture whereby it is agreed that, for four marks, Nicholas 
Ganshill, esq., shall enfeoff John Clogh in lands in Oneston, Apulknoll, 
Norton, and Delmere, which he held of the gift of William Dowson. 
Dat. Barlburghe, Fr. a. F. of St. Cedde [7 Jan.], 18 Hen. VI. [1440]. 
(Woll. viii. 43.) 

2464. Acquittance by the same to the same, for four marks, in 
pursuance of the agreement made in the preceding indenture. Dat. 
20 Jan., 19 Hen. VI. [1441]. (Woll. viii. 44.) 

2465. Quitclaim from Alice Hurl, relicta Henrici Hurl, to Robert 
Gierke of Somerleys, of the third part of her late husband's lands in 
Oneston, which third part was assigned to her as dower. Dat. 
Somerleys, "in festo Reliquiarum " [27 Jan.], 19 Hen. VI. [1440]. 
(Rel. XX. 222.) 



3 12. Unstone. 

2466. Grant from Roger Hurrill to William Owtrem of a piece 
of land with meadow in Onston. Witn. Thomas Fox de Aston, Thomas 
Maynard, Adam Vnwyn. Dat. F. of St. Laurence [10 Aug.], 19 Hen. VI. 
[1441]. (Rel. XX. 166.) 

2467. Quitclaim from William de la Pole, Marquis of Suffolk, 
Richard Bingham, Justice of King's Bench, and John Rockfield, to 
Richard Illyngworth, of all the lands which were sometime William 
Dawnson's or John Clough's in Appinknoll and Oneston. Dat. W. b. 
Epiphany [6 Jan.], 20 Hen. VI. [1442]. (Rel. xx. 220.) 

2468. Grant from Thomas Hervy, son and heir of John Hervy, to 
John de Holyngworth, of all his lands in AppulknoU and Oneston. 
Witn. John Selioke, John Bulloke, Thomas Fox. Dat. T. b. Michs. 
[29 Sept.], 21 Hen. VI. [1442]. (Rel. xx. 222.) 

2469. Quitclaim from William Gray and Peter Toumor to John' 
Holynworth of all the messuages, etc., which they lately acquired from 
John fil. Thomas Clogh in AppulknoU and Oneston. Witn. Richard 
Seliok, John Bullok, William Bullok. Dat. Th. b. F. of St. Michael 
[29 Sept.], 21 Hen. VI. [1442]. (Rel. xx. 219.) 

2470. Grant from John Holynworth to Richard Illingworth of all 
his lands in Onston and AppulknoU. Witn. Thomas Fox, Thomas 
Cooke, John Barker. Dat. S. a. Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 24 Hen. VI. 
[1445]. (Rel- XX. 222.) 

2471. Grant from William Harreson and Joan his wife of Dug- 
manton, to William Bullok, of the messuage in Apilknoll and Oneston 
which he had lately of the gift of John Shepherd. Witn. Thomas 
Seliok, Thomas Bullok, William Clerk, etc. Dat. Onston, i Apr., 
31 Hen. VI. [1453]. (Rel. xx. no.) 

2472. Quitclaim from Robert, son of Ralph Tapton of Chesterfield, 
to William Bollock of Onston, of a messuage, etc., which Peter de 
Ponte sometime held, and John Appelknol held for his life [in 
Onston]. Dat. i June, 1454. (Rel. xx. in.) 

2473. Grant from Ralph Illingworth, esq., to Thomas Hunt, of 
lands in Appurknoll, Dronfeld, and Staveley, late in the tenure of 
Richard Holden. Witn. Henry Foljambe, Peter Frechheuile, Robert 
Barley. Dat. 8 June, 7 Edw. IV. [1467]. (Rel. xx. 222.) 

2474. Grant from Roger de Ecclesale to Richard Bullok of a 
piece of wood in Canggull in the fee of Onston, abutting on Wyndhill 
lane and on Le Great Clough. Witn. Dom. Henry Wodhard, vicar of 
Dronfeld, John Parkar de Leys, Robert Barley of Barley, esquire, etc. 
Dat. Fr. "post finem [? festum] Beate Marie," 1471. (Rel. xx. 220.) 

2475. Lease from Henry Pierpount, knt., Thomas Pilkyngton, knt, 
and John Pierpount, esquire, , to Richard Bullok, son of William Bullok, 
late of Oneston, and to Isabel his wife, dau. of Thomas Hunt, gent., 
of messuages and lands in Oneston and Apurknoll. Witn. Robert 
Barley, sen., Ralph Leche, and Henry Wedirhed, perpetual vicar of 
Dronfeld. Dat. 24 May, 16 Edw. IV. [1476]. (Rel. xx. 219.) 

2476. Covenant for sale by Raphe Gierke to Richard Bullok of 
a piece of land called Wodsmethys in Onston. Witn. Sir Thomas 
Boton, y= preste, William Schaw, Robert Schemeld. Dat. Conv. of 
St. Paul [25 Jan.], 18 Edw. IV. [1479]. (Rel. xx. 166.) 



Wadshelf. S^S 

2477. Grant from Ralph Gierke to Richard BuUok of land called 
" le Wodsmythys," in Oneston. Witn. John Selyok, Thomas Andrewe, 
Robert Gurtys, etc. Dat. Nat. of St. John B. [34 June], 19 Edw. IV. 
[1479]. (Rel. XX. 222.) 

2478. Quitclaim from Ralph Illyngworth, esquire, son and heir of 
Richard lUingworth, knt., to Thomas Hunt, of a messuage and lands 
in Oneston and Appurknoll, within the parishes of Dronfield and Staley. 
(The Deed is sealed with the seal of John Hunt, Mayor of Nottingham.) 
Dat. Onston, 12 Mar., 1483. (Rel. xx. no.) 

2479. Grant from Edward Wodhouse of Retford, son and heir of 
John Wodhouse, late of Onston, to Richard BuUok, of the reversion 
of all the lands in Onston and Somurles which Isabella, now wife of 
Ralph Estwode, his mother, holds for her life since the death of her 
husband, John Wodhouse. Witn. William Byngley, vicar of Dronfield, 
John Blakwall, chaplain, Robert Lowecok, etc. Dat. 24 Feb., 1487. 
(Rel. XX. III.) 

2480. Lease from Thomas Hunt to Richard BuUok and Isabella 
his wife of a messuage and lands in Onston and Appurknoll, within 
the parish of Dronfield, and Ijuids in Stavely which he had from Ralph 
Illingworth, esq., son and heir of Richard Illingworth, knt. Witn. 
Robert Barley, sen., Roger Eyre, jun., John Barley. Dat. 24 June, 
2 Hen. VII. [1487]. (Rel. xx. 221.) 

2481. Quitclaim from Richard, son and heir of Ralph Illyngworth 
of Stanford, co. Notts., to Richard Bullok of Onston, of all the mes- 
suages, etc., in Onston and Appurknoll which were the said Ralph's. 
Dat. 9 June, 1503. (Rel. xx. 164.) 

2482. Grant from John Reyd of Hartyll to John Bolocke of a 
close called " Le Preyst Closse " in Wodsmethe in Onston. Dat. 
I Apr., I Hen. VIII. [1510]. (Rel. xx. 220.) 

2483. Sale from Robert Wuddus, son and heir of Thomas Wuddhus 
of Honston, to John Bollokk and Henry Bollok, clerk, of lands in 
Honston. Dat. 9 July, 1519. (Rel. xx. 109.) 

2484. Lease from Philip BuUoke of Ownstone to Richard Stevynsone 
of land in Ownston, which the said Philip had of the lately-suppressed 
Abbey of Beauchief. Dat. i May, 1538. (Rel. xx. in.) 

2485. Quitclaim (made in accordance with an award by William 
Chalner of Brampton and others) between Elena Calcroft and Joan 
Calcroft, daughters and co-heirs of Thomas Calcroft, late of Dronfield, 
and William Bulloke) from the said Elena and Joan to the said William, 
of the moiety of the said Thomas Calcroft's lands in Hundall and Appur- 
knolle, in consideration of ^10. Dat. 23 Mar., i546[7]. (Rel. xx. in.) 

UNSTONE?''?'. also under Coal Aston, Chesterfield. 

■WADSHELF. 

(Wadeself.) 

2486. Acquittance from Roger le Breton to William le Brette and 
Mary his wife for five charters concerning lands, etc., which descended 
to him after the death of Peter his brother in Wadeself, Calale, and 
Walton. Dat. Chesterfield, Fr. a. Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 
18 Edw. I. [1290]. (Foljambe.) 



314 Wadshelf. 

2487; Grant, for half a mark, from Roger fil. Rogeri Britone of 
Waletun, to Alan fil. Finiani de Waleton of a bovate of land in 
Wadeself; rent, 31. td. Witn. Thomas fil. Radulphi de Bramton, 
Walter his son, Thomas de Wadeself, etc. Temp. Edw. I. or II. 
(WoU. iii. 31.) 

WAKEBRIDGE. 

(Wakebrugge, Wakbrug, Wakbrygge.) 

2488. Extent of the manor of Wakebrugge. Dat. M. a. F. of 
St. John B. [24 June], 24 Edw. III. [1350]. (Woll. xi. 13.) 

2489. Extents of the lands and tenements of Rauf Pole of 
Wakbrug, in Wakbrug, Matloke, Tannesley, and Heegge. Dat. 
6 May, 2 Ric. III. [1485]. (Woll. xi. 15-17.) 

2490. Extent of the lands of John Pole of Wakbrygge in 
Wakbrygge, Matloke, and Tannysley, 6 June, i Hen. VIII. [1509]. 
(Woll. xi. 18.) 

WAKEBRIDGE v. also under Tansley. 
WALDLEY V. under CUBLEY. 

"WALTON-BY-CHESTERFIELD. 

(Wallton, Waletun.) 

2491. Grant from Robert Baystan de Cestrefeld to Richard fil. 
Bond de Cesterfeld of all his meadow of Nevhalebarwe in Waleton, 
which Robert his father held of Laurence de Neubyghyng. Witn. 
Galfridus, vicarius de Cesterfeld, Adam Blundus, Thomas Gildkarman, 
etc. Late Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

2492. Grant from Willam fil. Ranulphi de Waleton to Robert fil. 
Edwini de Cestrefeld of a rood of land in the territory of Waleton. 
Witn. Hugh de Dokemonton, Ralph de Sidenale, Robert de Ogedeston, 
etc. Late Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

2493. Grant from William fil. Roberti de Ogediston to Nicholas 
fil. Joh. de Swathweyt of a culture of land in the territory of Waletun. 
Witn. Ralph de Sydenale, Thomas de Morton, Robert de Stubbinges, 
Temp. Hen. III.-Edw. I. (Foljambe.) 

2494. Lease from Matilda quondam uxor Nicholay de Swathuyt to 
Thomas Franceys of Cesterfeld, of land in Waletun, for six years, 
beginning at Martinmas, 55 Hen. III. [1270]. Witn. Thomas de 
Brampton, Robert Blund, Henry de Cesterfeld, etc. (Foljambe.) 

2495. Bailiff's accompt-rolls of Walton Manor. Terrfb. Edw. I.-II. 
(Lichf. N. 24-26.) 

2496. Grant from Roger le Breton, Dominus de Walton, to Robert 
de Calale, of two acres, etc., of land " super le Lauedy crofte " [in 
Walton]. Witn. Hugh de Lynaker, Roger de Dokemonton, William 
Beuerege. Dat. T. b. F. of St. Margaret [20 July], 33 Edw. I. [1305]. 
(Foljambe.) 



Walton-by- Chesterfield. 3 1 5 

2497. Grant from Maria de Buxton to Roger her son of two acres 
and a plot of land called Wadeacre in the field of Walton. Witn. 
Roger Laverok, John de Warsope, Hugh de Neubolt, etc. Dat. S. a. 
F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], 5 Edw. II. [1312]. (Foljambe.) 

2498. Grant from John de Mora and Margery his wife to WilUam 
their son of a toft and croft in Wengeby, in the fee of Walton. Witn. 
John de Wyggeleye, William de Wyggeleye, Thomas de Somersale. 
Dat. Walton, S. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 8 Edw. II. [1315]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2499. Grant from Alan fil. Galfridi de Hulm of Cestrefeld to 
Henry de Sutton, " magistro scolarpum] de Cestrefeld," and Agnes, the 
said Alan's daughter, and their heirs in tail, of all his lands in 
Wengeby in the fee of Walton. Witn. Adam de Neubold, Roger 
Laueroc, Robert Durant, etc. Dat. S. b. F. of Inv. of H. Cross [3 May], 
17 Edw. II. [1324]. (Foljambe.) 

2500. Grant from Elizabeth fil. Ric. clerici de Walton to John 
Parker, of all the lands, etc., which she inherited from her father in 
Walton. Witn. Roger Bretonn, sen., Thomas de Somersale, William 
de Wyggeley, etc. Dat. M. a. F. of Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 
9 Edw. III. [1335]. (Foljambe.) 

2501. Grant from John Salmoun to John fil. Petri le Webbe of 
Caldham of half an acre of land at " le Hothe," in the tenure of 
Walton. Witn. John atte Hothe, Richard Palmere, Richard Taylour. 
Dat. 14 Edw. III. [1340]. (Foljambe.) 

2502. Grant from John de Maunsfeld and Elizabeth his wife to 
William de Cotenes and Edith his wife, of a certain holm called 
Waltonholm, in the fee of Walton. Witn. Henry de Maunsfeld, 
John del Asshe, Richard Beuerege, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Nicholas 
[6 Dec], 7 Ric. II. [1383]. (Foljambe.) 

2503. Quitclaim from Henry fil. Hen. Bate of Thwathewait to 
William de Cotenes and Edith his wife, of a holm called Waltonholm 
in Walton. Witn. Henry de Maunsfeld, John del Ashe, Richard 
Beverege. Dat. F. of Ex. of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 9 Ric. II. [1386]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2504. Grant from John de Wyngeby, son and heir of Robert de 
Wyngby, to Richard Baret and Isabella his wife, of all his lands, 
etc., in Wingby or elsewhere in Walton. Witn. John Bate, John de 
Maunsfeld, Henry de Maunsfeld, etc. Dat. T. a. Tr. of St. Edw. 
Conf. [13 Oct.], 16 Ric. II. [1392]. (Foljambe.) 

2505. Grant from Alice de Wyngeby of Nottingham and John, 
son of Robert de Wyngeby, to Richard Baret, of all their wood 
growing in Wyngeby in Walton. Dat. W. a. F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 
16 Ric. II. [1392]. (Foljambe.) 

2506. Grant from Isabella de Kerre of Walton, widow, to Thomas, 
son of John Parker of Walton, of the third part of all the lands which 
Richard Clerk, her father, had of the grant of the heirs of Roger 
de Wyggeley [in Walton]. Witn. Thomas de Brygge, Philip de 
Walesby, Robert de Wymby, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of St. Giles, abbot 
[i Sept.], 17 Ric. II. [1393]. (Foljambe.) 



3 1 6 Walton-by- Chesterfield. 

2507. Grant from Margery, widow of William Edison of Walton, 
to Thomas atte Brig and Robert Saunderson, of a messuage and half- 
bovate of land which came to her from William atte More, her father, 
in Walton. Witn. Henry Bate, John de Mannefeld, etc. Dat. Th. a. 
Epiphany [6 Jan.], 17 Ric. II. [1394]- (Foljambe.) 

3508. Grant from John Parker to Agnes Parker his mother, 
Elizabeth Parker his sister, and Agnes Parker his wife, of all his lands, 
etc., in Walton. Witn. Philip de Walesby, William del Hyll, John 
Graveler, etc. Dat. F. of St. Mary Magdalen [22 July], 20 Ric. II. 
[1395]- (Foljambe.) 

2509. Grant from William de Dryeholme, formerly dwelling in 
Walton, near Chestrefeld, to Walter Spenser of Walton Grange, of all 
his lands, etc., which he had by feoffment of Henry de Foston and 
Roger del Leghes, chaplains, in Walton. Witn. John Bate, Richard 
Bythebrok, Nicholas de Thwathewait, etc. Dat. M. b. F. of 
St. Dunstan [19 May], 20 Ric. II. [1397]. (Foljambe.) 

2510. Grant from Richard, son of John del Ker, to William 
Webbester and Henry Scotte, chaplains, and John de Maunsfeld, of 
all the lands, etc., in Walton which descended to him after the death 
of John del Ker, his father. Witn. Thurstan del Bowre, John Bate, 
Hugh Drapier, etc. Dat. 30 Sept., 5 Hen. IV. [1403]. (Foljambe.) 

3511. List of tenants owing suit, with amounts, at the Court of 
the Manor of Walton. Men. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 
II Hen. IV. [1410] — Easter [8 Apr.], 2 Hen. V. [1414]. (Foljambe.) 

2512. Particulars of land in and near Walton purchased from 
John Spenser on F. of Nativity of the B. 'Virgin [8 Sept.], 3 Hen. V. 
[14 1 5]. (Foljambe.) 

2513. Grant from John Parker to Thomas Foliambe, sen., of all 
his lands, etc., in Walton. Witn. John de Hyll of Walton, William 
at y= Well, John Stabeler, Robert Mylner, etc. Dat. Walton, M. b. 
F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], 6 Hen. V. [1418]. (Foljambe.) 

2514. Grant from Roger Bawkewell of Dunston to Thomas Baret, 
John Baret, clerk, and Richard Baret, of all his lands, tenements, 
etc., in Wyngeby, in the fee of Walton. Witn. Ralph Durant, William 
Brampton, Richard Cook, etc. Dat. 4 May, 2 Hen. VI. [1424]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2515. Grant from Richard Innesand to Thomas Baret, Richard 
Tomes, and Roger Tapton, of all his lands and tenements in the town 
and fields of Walton and Wyngby, which he had of the grant of 
Thomas Baret. Witn. William Brampton, Richard Calcroft, John 
Marshall. Dat. Chestrefeld, 26 Oct., 8 Hen. VI. [1429]. (Foljambe.) 

2516. Power of attorney from Thomas Thirland of Notyngham, 
"marchand," Richard Hawson of Chestrefeld, chaplain, William 
Bradscha of the same, draper, and Richard Barbur, to John Deston 
of Normanton, clerk, to give seisin to John Tumour of Walton of 
a tenement and 15 acres of land, etc., in Walton. Dat. F. of 
St. Thomas, Ap. [21 Dec], 18 Hen. VI. [1439]. (Foljambe.) 



Walton-by-Chesterfield. 3 1 7 

2517- Grant from William Foliambe of Repham, co. Line, gent., 
and John Holme, son and heir of Thomas Holme, late of Chestrefeld, 
to Thomas Foliambe, esq., of three roods of land in the territory 
of Walton. Witn. Ralph Calcroft, vicar of Chestrefeld, Robert Gryssop, 
etc. Dat. F. of Ann. of B. V. Mary [25 Mar.], 35 Hen. VI. [1457]- 
(Foljambe.) 

2518. Bond from John Stubbyng and Giles Stubbyng of Hulme 
to Thomas Foliambe, esq., in five marks, to pay arrears of rent of 
lands late held by Thomas Cause, in the manor of Walton, the third 
part of which belonged in co-parceny to the said Thomas Foliambe, 
Elizabeth, wife of John Cheyny, esq.. Dame Isabel, wife of Sir Bryan 
Stapleton, and Marget, wife of Richard Byngham, esq. Dat. F. of 
Ass. of B. V. M. [15 Aug.], 38 Hen. VI. [1460]. (Foljambe.) 

2519. Grant from John Scha, son and heir of John Scha of 
Somersale, and Agnes his wife, to John Tumour of Walton, of all 
the lands, etc., in Walton which they had of the grant of the same 
John Tumour, the same being now surrendered in exchange for ten 
acres in the fee of Brampton. Witn. Henry Foliaumbe, gent., Thomas 
Fox, Richard Assh, etc. Dat. 19 June, 1461. (Foljambe.) 

2520. Acquittance from Robert Lacye of Stoke, near Newark, 
CO. Notts., and Margaret his wife, to Henry Foliambe of Walton, 
esq., for £^xo and two " togae," in payment for certain lands, etc., 
formerly belonging to Richard Abney of Hope, brother of the said 
Margaret, with general release. Dat. Walton, i8 May, 8 Edw. IV. 
[1468]. (Foljambe.) 

2521. Grant from Henry Foliambe, esq., to Thomas Odell, esq., 
and Margery his wife, of a yearly rent of ^2i, from his manors of 
Walton and Brymmyngton, and all his lands, etc., in Walton, Brym- 
myngton, Chestrefeld, Hulme, Brampton, and Lytton, and from his 
manor of Ryby, co. Line, to hold the same for the life of the said 
Margery by way of dower out of the lands, etc., of Thomas Foliambe, 
esq., late her husband. Witn. Henry Vernon, Nich. Longford, Hen. 
Pierpoint, Rob. Barley, Peter Frecchevyle, esqq. Dat. 5 July, 
8 Edw. IV. [1468]. (Foljambe.) 

2522. Letters testimonial from Thomas Reynald, LL.B., Com- 
missary of the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, granting to Henry 
Foliambe of Walton and John Foliambe administration of the goods 
of Thomas Foliambe of Walton, deceased intestate, the same having 
been appraised by James Hyton, Dean of Scarsdale, and others, and 
proclamations made at mass in Chesterfield Church. Dat. 27 May, 
1469. (Foljambe.) 

2523. Acquittance from Nicholas Baguley of Laynesholme, 
CO. Lane, yeoman, and Johanna his wife, to Henry Foliambe, lord 
of Walton, esq., for 401-. rent of lands, etc., late belonging to Thomas 
Cakee, father of the said Johanna; with release of all actions, etc., 
on account of debts due by Henry Foliambe, John Foliambe^ or 
Thomas Foliambe. Dat. Walton, 10 June, 9 Edw. IV. [1469]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2524. Acquittance from Thomas Odell, esq., to Henry Foliambe, 
esq., for 12 pounds of silver, for rent due on account of the dower 
of Margery his wife. Dat. 30 Nov., 9 Edw. IV. [1469]. (Foljambe.) 



3 1 8 Walton-by- Chesterfield. 

2535. Acquittance from Thomas Wodell \_al Odell], esq., to Hemy 
Foliambe, esq., for ;£i2, due to him by reason of the dower of Margery 
his wife, late wife of Thomas Foliambe, esq. Dat. F. of St. Andrew 
[30 Nov.], 1470. (Foljambe.) 

2526. Letters patent of Edward IV., granting a general pardon 
to Henry Foliambe of Walton. Dat. Westminster, 5 July, a°- 13 
[1473]. (Foljambe.) 

2527. Acquittance from Richard Malare, late Escheator for 
cos. Notts, and Derby, to Henry Foliambe, esq., of Walton, for £^t„ 
due to the Exchequer by the widow of Thomas Odell, on account 
of the third part of the Manor of Walton. Dat. Frid. F. of St. James 
[25 July], 17 Edw. IV. [1477]. (Foljambe.) 

2528. Acquittance from Ralph Knyston, escheator for cos. Notts. 
and Derby, to Henry Foliambe of Walton, esq., for ,£3, due to the 
Exchequer by [Margery], widow of Thomas Foliambe, and wife of 
Thomas Odell, on account of her dower in the manor of Walton. Dat. 
15 Oct., 18 Edw. IV. [1478]. (Foljambe.) 

2529. Acquittance from Laurence Gaskyn, son and heir of John 
Gaskyn, late of Brampton, to Henry Foliambe, lord of Walton, for 
£,2) 13s. 4d., in part payment of 11 marks purchase money of certain 
lands, etc. Dat. Walton, F. of St. Luke [18 Oct.], 18 Edw. IV. 
[1478]. (Foljambe.) 

2530. Acquittance from Isabel NawbuU to Henry Foliambe of 
Walton, esq., for ts. Sd., in full payment of 15.5. for a parcel of 
land called " Hovyerdes." Dat. Lady Day, 21 Edw. IV. [1481]. 
(Foljambe.) 

2531. Indenture between Henry Foliambe of Walton, " swyer," 
and John Coterell of Walton, whereby the latter, having offended and 
trespassed "in takyng of certeyn come fro Crystore Scha," covenants 
not to "come on thys syde y^ water off Derwentt " within 7 miles 
of Walton or 3 miles of Walton manor for 7 years on pain of forfeiting 
20s. yearly of " y= lyfflorde y' was old Robert Coterell's." Dat. Lady 
Day, 23 Edw. IV. [1483]. (Foljambe.) 

2532. Lease by Thomas Durand, son and heir of Thomas Durand, 
to Henry Foliambe of Walton, sen., of three closes called " Wytyngholm," 
for 12 years after the decease of his " grandam Hellysabet Eyre." Dat. 
25 July, 1488. (Foljambe.) 

2533- Covenants between Henry Foliambe, sen., of Walton, 
" squier," and John Leeke, sen., of Sutton-in-le-Dale, squier, for the 
marriage of Godfrey Foliambe, son and heir of the said Henry (or in 
the event of his death to Thomas Foliambe, second son of the same), 
with Katherine, dau. of the said John Leeke, or (in the event of her 
death) with Muriel, second dau. of the same, and for the marriage of 
John Leeke, son and heir of the said John, vnth Tane, dau. of the said 
Henry Foliambe. Dat. 9 June, 4 Hen. VII. [1489]. (Foljambe.) 

2534. Bond by Thomas Lucy of Charlecote and Godfrey Foljambe 
of Walton, knts., to John Heron and Thomas Bolayn, knts., for ^100, 
to be paid to the king's use at Michaelmas next. Dat. 14 May, 
13 Henry VIII. [1521]. Endorsed: Condition of above bond, wit- 
nessing that if the said Lucy and Foljambe shall pay 100 marks to 
the said Heron and Bolayn, for the king's use, at Easter, a.d. 1523, 
the said bond shall be void. (P. R. O. a. 4422.) 

WALTON V. also under Chesterfield, Derby, Wadshelf. 



Walton-on- Trent. 319 

WALTON-ON-TRENT. 

3535. Grant from William Gardiner de Burton-subtus-Needwood 
to Robert de Coton of Walton, of a messuage sometime held by John 
Durant in Walton-on-Trent. Witn. William Smyth, John Clerk, Stephen 
Gardiner. Dat. Th. in Easter Week [18 Apr.], 3 Edw. I. [1275]. 
(Bemrose) 

2536. Grant from Robert de Monte Alto de Com. Derb. 
sen[escallus] Cestrie, to Walter de Esturton and Juliana his wife, of 
the manor of Waleton-super-Trentam, with the advowson, etc. ; yearly 
rent, one pair of gilt spurs. Witn. Dom. Hugh fil. Otonis, Richard 
de Bosco, Robert de Stokeport, John le Tyeys, John de Gumey, William 
le Lung, milites, Ralph de Burgo, miles, de Melton, etc. Temp. Edw. I. 
or Edw. II. [bet. 1296-1329]. (Harl. 53 E. 13.) 

2537- Lease, for thirty years, from Richard Durant de Walton- 
super-Trent, to William Talebot de Rostelaston, of land in Walton, 
lying on Le Breche, etc. Rent, a rose at midsummer. Witn. Will. 
Dunstan de Wallton, John Traynel de eadem, etc. Dat. Michaelmas, 
14 Edw. II. [1320]. (Gresley.) 

2538. Grant from Stephen Gardiner of Walton-on-Trent to John 
de Fyndem of all the lands, etc., in Walton-on-Trent, which John 
fil. Johannis Dunston gave to Thomas Waleys. Witn. William 
Boghhey, rector of Walton, John de Yoxhale, William Ampe, etc. Dat. 
S. b. Ann. of B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 6 Hen. IV. [1405]. (Horton.) 

2539. Grant and quitclaim from John de Findeme to Roger 
Hortone of all his lands and possessions in Walton-on-Trent and 
Cattone. Witn. Thomas de Gresley, knt, Thomas Gruffythe, Richard 
Vernon de Horlastone, Thomas Stanley, and William Cursun, " scutiferi." 
Dat. 8 Apr., 4 Hen. V. [1416]. (Horton.) 

2540. Quitclaim from Thomas Griffithe, esquire, to William 
Cheyne, Justice, Thomas Henster, Roger Cartwryhte, and others, of 
all the lands in Walton-on-Trent and Catton which they had by feoffment 
of Roger Horton. Witn. Thomas de Gresley, knt., Thomas Stanley, 
Hugh Erdeswyke, esquires, etc. Dat. apud Whychenore, Easter Day 
[23 Apr.], 2 Hen. VI. [1424]. (Horton.) 

2541. Quitclaim from John Spencer fil. Ric. Spencer of Burton- 
on-Trent to William Horton, esq., son and heir of Roger Horton, of 
all the lands, etc., in Walton-on-Trent, Catton, and Borowe [co. Derby], 
which were lately Roger Horton's. Witn. Thomas Stanley, esquire, 
Richard Broune of Repton, Gilbert Ives. Dat. Walton, Th. a. F. of 
the Assumption [15 Aug.], 7 Hen. VI. [1429]. (Horton.) 

2542. Grant from John Abell de Stapenhill to Thomas Gresley, 
mil., Dominus de Drakelowe, of five acres of meadow in the meadow 
called Le Borough-holme, within the lordship of Walton-on-Trent, 
which five acres formerly belonged to William diet. Le Child de Calde- 
well, with power of attorney to Richard Penyston de Chattesworth 
to deliver seisin. Witn. John Dethek, Dom. de Neuhall, Henry Holand 
de Caldewall, Robert Thirmot de Lynton. Dat. Walton, M. of F. 
of Nat. of B. V. M. [8 Sept.], 9 Hen. VI. [1430]. (Gresley.) 

WALTON-ON-TRENT v. also under Caldwall. 
WARDLOW V. under LiTTON, TiDESWELL. 



3 2 o Waterthorpe. . 

WATERTHORPE IN Beighton. 
(Walterthorpe.) 

3543. Lease, for 20 years, from Robert de Forneus, knt., Lord 
of Becthon [Beighton], with the assent of William de Forneus, his 
brother, to Robert Jannel of Becthon, of a bovate of land in Walter- 
thorp, in Becthon; rent, 8^. Witn. Will. Gere of Becthon, WiUiam 
de Pecco of the same. Will de Mauthon, jun., etc. Dat. Inv. of 
H. Cross [3 May], 2 Edw. III. [1328]. (Campb. viii. 17.) 

WATERTHORPE v. also under Beighton. 

WENSLEY IN Darley. 
(Wednesley.) 

2544. Royal licence to Roger de Wednesley, jun., to enfeoff 
William de Bruggeton, chaplain, in the manor of Wednesley, held 
in capite as of the manor of Wikesworth [Wirksworth], by forfeiture 
of Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, for re-grant to the said Roger and 
Avice, his wife. Dat. Wynton, 2 May, 18 Edw. [IL 1325]. (WoU. i. 5.) 

WESSINGTON v. under Crich. 

WESTON UNDERWOOD. 

(Westona, Westone, Westune.) 

2545. Notification to King Henry [II. ?] by Roger de Buron 
that he has quitclaimed Henry fil. Fulcheri and his heirs of five 
shillings annual rent of Weston, that he may pay the same to the 
Canons of St. Mary, Derby, and be as faithful to them as he has 
been to him. Undated. (Kedleston 21.) 

Benedicto Regi Anglorum H[enrico] et omnibus hominibus 
castellarie de Notingham et omnibus hominibus suis, francis 
et anglis, Rogerus de Buron, salutem. Sciatis me clamasse 
quietum Henricum filium Fulcheri et heredes suos a me et 
ab heredibus meis de quinque solidis singulis annis de redditu 
meo de Westona, ut ipse persoluat et heredes sui hos quinque solidos 
singulis annis Canonicis de Derbi. Et sicuti debet esse fidelis mihi 
de feudo meo, ita Canonicis Sancte Marie de Derbi sit fidelis et 
fidem faciat de his quinque solidis singulis annis soluendis. 
Testibus Alano et Henrico decanis, et Rogero de Cestr[ia], et 
Radulpho de Breidesh[ale], Petro de Sandiacre, et Patricio Rosel, 
et Alberto de Orsele, et David de Stantun, et Willelmo fil. Colling, 
et Walchel' monetario. 

2546. Grant from Henry fil. et her. Dom. Henrici de Irtona to 
Fulcher fil. Willelmi de Irtona, of a toft and croft in Weston, which 
Adam fil. Andree de Westone and Matildis, mother of the said Andrew, 
sometime held. Witn. Dom. William de Menylle, Henry Braylisforde, 
William le Burgyl[en], Robert de Scheldeforde, Robert fil. Ade de 
Westone. Early Hen. III. (Kedleston 20.) 



Weston Underwood. 321 

2547. Grant from William fil. Willelmi le Burgylon de Weston to 
William de Borley, brother of Henry de Borley and of Emma, eldest 
daughter of the grantor, of a toft and croft, etc., in Weston which 
Henry fil. Roberti sometime held from him in villeinage, together with 
the said Henry " cum tota sequela et catallis." Rent, 10 silver pence. 
Witn. Dom. Robert le Burgilon, rector of the moiety of the church 
of Moginton, Henry le Burgilon, Robert Campion, etc. Dat. apud 
Moginton, M. a. F. of St. Scholastica [10 Feb.], i289[9o]. 
(Kedleston 7.) 

2548. Lease, for life, from Richard fil. Roberti de Irtona to 
Mabel, relict of Robert Forestarius de Murkenistone, of two plots of 
land, with buildings, and eleven acres of arable land in the fields of 
Weston and Mogintone; paying rent to the heirs of Henry de Irtone, 
of William Burgilun, of " the son of Adam fil. Andree," and of William 
fil. Wakelin. Witn. William le Burgilun, Robert fil. Ade de Westone, 
Robert fil. Rogeri Freman de Mogintone, Robert Ordriche, etc. Late 
thirteenth cent. (Kedleston 11.) 

2549. Grant from Henry fil. Henrici, Dominus de Orton, to William 
his brother and Philippa his wife, dau. of Dom. Henry de Chaundoys, 
of a messuage, etc., in Westune, which John Cutts sometime held. 
Rent, a rose at midsummer. Witn. Henry de Braylisforde, Roger de 
Bradburne, knts., Richard de Curzone de Ketlistone, Henry de 
Querendone, etc. Dat. Sat. a. F. of St. Barnabas [11 June], i Edw. II. 
[1308]. (Kedleston 5.) 

2550. Grant from Henry fil. Henrici, Dominus de Parva Irtone, 
to William de Irtone, his brother, and Philippa, his wife, of 17J acres 
of land in Weston, lying at Le Hallestudes, Piletlege, and Arthur- 
ruidinge. Witn. Henry de Querendone, Robert de Weston, Adam 
Cnotte, etc. Dat. F. of Exalt, of H. Cross [14 Sept.], 13 10. 
(Kedleston 13.) 

2551. Mortgage for ;£4o from Henry, Dominus de Parva Irton, 
to Richard le Cursoun of Ketliston, of all his lands in Weston (except 
the wood there and an assart called le Maney, Osmondegreue, and 
Le Longmore), with the lordship and services of the lands, etc., of 
his free tenants. Dat. Little Irton, Sat. a. F. of SS. Simon and Jude 
[28 Oct.], 15 Edw. IL [1321]. (Kedleston 17.) 

2552. Lease, for life, from Dom. Richard de Curzun de Ketles- 
tone, knt., to John de Hokenastone de Weston, of all the lands, etc., 
which Henry de Westone formerly held in Weston and Mogyntone, 
and all the lands which John Cut formerly held in the fee of 
Mogyntone. Witn. John le Burgylun of Westone, Henry fil. Roberti 
de eadem, William fil. Fulcheri de eadem. Dat. M. a. F. of St. Andrew 
[30 Nov.], 1326. (Kedleston 18.) 

2553. Grant from Richard le Curszon of Ketlestone, knt., to 
Robert fil. Ricardi de parva Irtone, of a messuage and land in the 
vill and fields of Weston. Witn. John Burguilone, Henry de Weston, 
John Officel, William fil. Rogeri, etc. Dat. Weston, W. a. F. of 
St. Ambrose [4 Apr.], 1333. (Kedleston 19.) 

WESTON UNDERWOOD v. also under Kedleston. 

2T 



32 2 Whaley. 

"WHALEY IN BOLSOVER. 
(W ALLEY.) 

2554. Lease from John Bryde, clerk, and Robert Bryde of Skegby, 
his brother, to Richard " of the Graunge," jun., of Walley, of a messuage 
and land in Walley, which they purchased from Adam " of Otiey." 
Witn. Thomas Clerk, Robert Smyth of Warsop, etc. Dat. F. of 
St. Martin [11 Nov.], 23 Hen. VI. [1444]. (Foljambe.) 

WHATSTANDWELL. 

(Watstanwell.) 

2555. Sale by John, Abbot of Derley, and the convent of the same, 
to James Beresforth and Laurense Beresforthe his brother, of all their 
wood growing in Watstanwell, between the bridge and William Wylde's 
tenement on the south, the lordship of Waekbrydge on the north, 
the water of Derwent on the west, and the moor on the east, except 
the wood growing in the Calfe Croft, etc., of the said tenement, with 
twelve years' " free entre and owt gayt " of the said woods ; also grant 
of other wood near the abbot's well and the way to Crich, except 
Crabtre and Holyn, and except the trees adjoining the " Gape next 
benethe the lytyll Bame," the said James and Laurence granting that 
the abbot's tenant shall have " Tynsell " to repair the hedges ; grant also 
to the said James and Laurence of twenty years to sell and carry 
away said woods, etc. Dat. 20 Feb., i Hen. VIII. [1510]. (P. R. O. 
c. 2476.) 

WHATSTANDWELL v. also under Derby. 

WHEATCROFT 

(Wetecroft), 
V. under Crich. 

■WHITTINGTON. 

(Wytintona, Wyttintona.) 

2556. Confirmation from Thomas de Camera, filius Rogeri de 
Birley, of a grant to the Convent of Bellum Caput [Beauchief], of a 
rent of •zid. on land in Dunstorhes [? in Whittington]. Witn. Henry 
Wylte, Adam le Blunt, Robert de Brom, etc. Dat. 1280. (Harl. 83, 
E. 2.) 

2557. Grant from Ralph fil. Ric. de Hanley to Philip de Cester- 
feld, gener Petri de Tappeton, of a bovate of land in Wytintona which 
the said Ralph acquired before the Justices Itinerant at Derby in 
Easter Term, 9 Edw. I. [1281]. Witn. John de Briminton, Peter de 
Dunston, Adam de Neubold, etc. (Foljambe.) 

2558. Grant from Thomas Rogger of Park gate, near Whittington, 
to Peter Frecchevile, esq., of all the lands, etc., at Parkegate, which 
he had of the grant of Robert Rogger his father. Witn. John Bothe 
of Staveley, Thomas Page, etc. Dat. Staveley, F. of St. Gregory 
[12 Mar.], II Edw. IV. [1471]. (Foljambe.) 

WHITTINGTON v. also under Brimington, Chesterfield.' 



Wigwell. 323 

WHITTLE 

(Whytyll), 
V. under Ollersett. 

WHITWELL. 

(Whitewell.) 

2559. Certificate by John [Hales], Bishop of Coventry and 
Lichfield, that having examined the Register of Dom. William 
Heyworth, his predecessor, he finds that on the 12th of August, 1429, 
in his manor of Heywode, John Newerk was admitted to the parish 
church of Whitewell and canonically instituted, on the presentation 
of Ralph Cromwell, knt., Lord of Cromwell and Tateshale, the patron 
of the said church. Dat. in our manor of Beaudesert, 19 Feb., 
i463[4]. (Add. 47516-) 

WIGLEY. 

(WiGGELAY, WiGGELEE, WlKELEY, WyGGELEY, WYGLEY.) 

2560. Grant from Walter de la Haye to Richard Mercator of the 
land which Robert Strangholf sometime held in Wiggelay. Witn. 
Ralph, persona de Heckinton, John Dolfin, Yvo de Burley, etc. Early 
Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

2561. Grant from Ralph Dolfin to Richard Mercator of the same 
piece of land in Wikeley. Witn. Hugh de Linacre, Hugh fil. Ingerami, 
Yvo de Burley, etc. Early Hen. III. (Foljambe.) 

2562. Grant from Thomas fil. Radulfi de Bramton to Richard 
fil. Ade de Bosco of lands in Wiggelee and Bestril; rent, 5*. Witn. 
Dom. John, capellanus de Branton, Hugh de Linacre, Hugh fil. 
Ingelrami, etc. Temp. Edw. I. (Woll. iii. 38.) 

2563. Grant, for one mark, from Walter fil. Thome de Bramtone 
to Roger fil. Willelmi de Wiggeley, of lands in Wiggeley; rent, 2S. 
Witn. Hugh de Linaker, Nicholas de Holm, John de Brimingtone, etc. 
Temp. Edw. I. or II. (Woll. iii. 33.) 

2564. Grant, in tail, from Henry Perpound and Robert Barley to 
William Rollesby and Agnes, dau. of Robert Wigley, of the lands, 
etc., in Wigley, which they had of the grant of the said Robert 
Wigley. Witn. John Lenacre, Thomas Cause, Thomas Croft, etc. 
Dat. M. a. F. of St. Edmund [20 Nov.], 26 Hen. VL [1447]. (Foljambe.) 

2565. Quitclaim from Thomas Leeke of Beauchyff to William 
Wylde of lands in Wygley and Barowcote in Cryche, which the said 
Thomas acquired from John Bellow and Robert Bygott, esquires, 
together with a cottage in Colley and a messuage in Cold Aston, all 
of which belonged to the lately-dissolved Abbey of Beauchief. Dat. 
6 Apr., I Edw. VL [1547]. (Woll. iv. 52.) 

WIGWELL 

(Wiggewell, Wiggewelle, Wigwall, Wygewall, 
Wygewelle, Wyggewalle, Wyggewelle), 

V. under WiRKSWORTH. 



324 WiUiamthorpe. 

WILLIAHTHORPE. 

2566. Grant from Robert le Sauvage to William de Heryz of land 
near WiUiamthorpe and Normanton. Witn. Dom. Ingilran de Umuill, 
Dom. Roger de Eynecurt, Roger de Sydenhale, Jocelyn de Havermere, 
Nicholas de Meynill, etc. Temp. Hen. III.-Edw. I. 

2567. Lease from John Markham and Richard Byngham, knts., 
Justices of the King's Bench, Robert Clyfton, knt., William Gull, clerk, 
William Fitzwilliam, son and heir of John Fitzwilliam, esquire, William 
Babyngton, Richard Willughby, Thomas Foliambe, esq., and others, 
at the request of Thomas Chaworth, esq., to William Smyth of WiUiam- 
thorpe, of a messuage and land [in WiUiamthorpe]. Dat. 21 Jan., 
5 Edw. IV. [1466]. (Foljambe.) 

WILLI AMTHORPE v. also under Alfreton. 
WILLINGTON. 

(WiLENTON, WiLENTONE, WiLINTON, WiLLINCTUN, WiLLYNGTON, 
WiLYNTON, WYLENTONE, WYLINGTON, WYLINTON, 

Wyllinton, Wyllyngton.) 

2568. Covenant whereby the Abbot and Convent of Crokesden 
[Croxden, co. Staff.] grant to Richard de Hulcrombe and Margaret his 
wife free multure at the abbey mill at Wilinton of all corn acquired 
for the support of their household at Willington, and, if they wish, 
" facere tabernam de wainagio suo " ; and they, in return, release their 
rights in Mainardesholm [in Willington], and pay twelve pence yearly 
to the abbey. Witn. Nicholas, " dominus de Wilinton," Richard de 
Etewele, Henry his brother, Oliver le Foun de Holinton, Mag. Simon, 
" persona de Trussele," Robert Ferbraz, etc. Temp. John-Hen. III. 
(Stowe 146.) 

2569. Grant, in soul-alms, from Nicholas, " miles dominus de 
Wilinton,'' to the church and canons of Rapendon, of land at Wilinton, 
including nine acres, " quas Johannes filius Symonis contulit cum corpore 
suo predictis canonicis in puram et perpetuam. elemosinam de patrimonio 
suo in Wilinton." Witn. Dom. Geoffrey, " miles de Bee," Dom. 
William " miles de Verdon," Dom. Oliver, " miles Saucheverel," Robert, 
clericus, etc. Temp. John-Hen. III. (Stowe 140.) 

2570. Grant, in soul-alms, from John fil. Symonis de Wilinton to 
the Canons of Rapendon, of land at Wilinton. Witn. Dom. Nicholas, 
" miles de Wilinton," Dom. Geoffrey de Bee, Dom. William de Verdon, 
Dom. Oliver de Saucheuerel, Edwin de Rapendon, and Robert "clericus 
qui hoc scriptum scripsit." Temp. John-Hen. III. (Stowe 149.) 

2571. Grant, in soul-alms, from Hugh de Findeme, for himself 
and his wife Aline, to the Canons of Rapendon, of land in Wilinton. 
Witn. Dom. Bertram de Verdun, Robert Ferbraz, Reginald "capellanus 
de Rapendon," Robert, "clericus, qui scripsit hoc scriptum." Temp. 
John-Hen. III. (Stowe 147.) 

2572. Notification by Mag. Robert de Boscho, official of the 
Bishop of Coventry, of the induction of Dom. John, Prior, and the 
Convent of Rapendon, into the possession of the church of Wilenton, 
performed by him under the authority of P[andulf], Papal Legate, and 
of W[illiam de Comhill], Bishop of Coventry. [1218-1221.] (Stowe 
141.) 



Willington, 325 

3573. Inspeximus by Geoffrey, Prior, and the Convent of Coventry, 
of the confirmation by William [de Comhill], Bishop of Coventry, of 
a grant from N[icholas] de Wilinton, "miles," formerly patron of 
Willington church, to the Prior and Canons of Rapendon, of a yearly 
pension of two besants to be paid by Ralph de Pointon, rector of 
the church of St. Mary at Wilinton; the church, on his death, to be 
appropriated by Repton Priory. Dat. "Mense Aprili, tercio die 
Pasche " [25 April], 1223. (Stowe 142.) 

2574. Lease by Richard de Hulecrombe and his wife to Ranulph 
[Blundeville], Earl of Chester and Lincoln, of land in Wylinton. Witn. 
William de Vernon [Justiciary of Chester 1229-1232], Robert de Tok, 
Robert de Warda, etc. [1217-1232.] (Stowe 66.) 

2575. Confirmation from R[ichard de Insula], Abbot of Burton 
[-upon-Trent, co. Staff.], of the grant by Dom. Nicholas] fil. Johannis 
de Wilinton to the church of the Holy Trinity and the Canons at 
Rapendon, of the advowson of the church of Wilinton. Witn. 
H[enry], Abbot of Derelega [Darley], B[artholomew], Prior of Tothes- 
bire [Tutbury], Herbert, canon of Lichfield, Mag. WiUiam de Grafton, 
Mag. Robert de Chebbese, etc. [1222-1229.] (Stowe 143.) 

2576. Quitclaim by Nicholas de Wilentun to Alexander de 
Corteligstoke, of John fil. Nicholai Le Bacheler. Witn. Dom. John, 
Prior de Rapendon, Robert Ferbraz, Roger, capellanus, Adam, capel- 
lanus, Thomas fil. Hugonis. Early Hen. III. (Stowe 148.) 

2577. Grant from Nicholas fil. Nicholai de Wylenton to Dom. 
Ralph fil. Nicholai, of the mills of Potloc, " cum molta et secta " ; 
rent, a pair of white gloves or \d. Witn. William de Vemun, William 
de Mongomeri, Sewale fil. Henrici, Geoffray de Beic, Geoffrey de 
Bakepuz, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Woll. ix. 23.) 

3578. Grant from Nicholas fil. Nicholai de Wilenton to Ralph 
fil. Nicholai, of freedom from service for the mill of Potlac, formerly 
paid to the Abbot of Burtone, with right of entry into two bovates 
of land in Wilentone and Egenton, in case of distraint by the said 
Abbot. Witn. William de Vernun, Will, de Mongomery, Sewale fil. 
Henrici, Geoffrey de Beic, Geoffrey de Bakepuz, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
[Woll. ix. 24.) 

2S79» Grant from Nicholas, "dominus de Wylinton, fil. Nicholai 
de Wylinton," to the Canons of Repindon, of land in Wylinton, "cum 
corpore meo.'" Witn. Walter de Bereford, Ralph de Tikehale, and 
Peter "capellanus de Findeme." Temp. Hen. III. (Stowe 150.) 

2580. Grant from Ralph fil. Nicholai to Ralph de Bredona of 
land in Willinctun, which he bought of Richard de Nulcrume. Witn. 
Robert de Esbume, Geoffrey de Bakepuz, Roger le Bretun, Walter 
fil. domini Henrici del Beec, Robert fil. WaTclin, etc. Temp. Hen. III. 
(Kerry xix. 61.) 

2581. Grant, in soul-alms, from Alexander de Kortlinstoke to the 
Canons of Rapendon of John "fil. Nicholai bachiler de Wilynton cum 
tota sequela sua." Witn. Adam, cappellanus, vicar of Wilynton, 
Walter de Bereford, Hugh, clericus, etc. Temp. Hen. III. (Stowe 144.) 



326 Willington. 

2582. Fine, whereby Peter, Prior of Repindon, Milo de Repindon, 
" capellanus," and William Etebred, acknowledge certain lands in 
Wylington to be the property of Margery fil. Nicholai de Wylington; 
and she grants five acres thereof to the said prior and his successors, 
with permission to keep their mill-pond in its present state. Made at 
Nottingham, before Silvester [de Everdon], Bishop of Carlisle, Roger 
de Thurkelby, Gilbert de Preston, and Adam de Hilton, justices in 
Eyre. Dat. " a die Pasche [31 Mar.], in unum mensem," 36 Hen. III. 
[1252]. (Stowe 145.) 

2583. Grant from Ralph de Bredona to John de Hull of all his 
lands, etc., in Wilinton, with his " nativi," Hugh de Brodeok and William 
his brother, with their chattels, etc. Witn. Peter de Tok, Henry de 
Becco, John de Chaundos, Hugh de Menill, William fil. Herbert!, William 
de Muschamp, etc. Circ. 1255. (Keny xix. 62.) 

2584. Grant from Ralph de Gumey to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potlock and Margaret his wife, and one heir of the same, of four 
selions of land in Wylinton, lying at Steymerebrugge, on Le Wyteflat, 
etc. Witn. William de Muschamp, Robert Ferbras, Nicholas de 
Fyndeme, Robert de Fynderne, etc. Dat. Fr. a. F. of St. Ambrose 
[4 Apr.], 3 Edw. I. [1275]. (Kerry xix. 69.) 

2585. Grant from Robert fil. Radulphi Ferebras of Willinton to 
Hugh de Verne of all the lands which the said Ralph his father 
held by feoffment from Dom. John de Hylle, in Wilinton. Witn. Dom. 
Robert de Stafford, Dom. Alured de Sulni, Dom. Nicholas de Verdun, 
knts., Robert de Mungoye, living in Twiford, Walter de Rubef de 
Etewelle, etc. \Circ. 1292.] (Kerry xix. (^t,.) 

2586. Lease from Ralph de Gourney of Bolton to Thomas fil. 
Galfridi de Potlok and Margaret his wife, and to one heir of their 
bodies, of four acres of arable land in Wyllinton, lying in Potlockross, 
Harpefurlonge, le Morfurlong, le Neld at Staginnebrugge, extending to 
Findemewey, on Dunstall, etc. Witn. Robert Ferebraz, John de 
Notyngham, Nicholas de Fynderne, Henry de Camera in Twyford, etc. 
Dat. Derby "ad Pontechester," 1298. (Kerry xix. 64.) 

2587. Grant and quitclaim from Nicholas de Wilinton to Hugh 
de Fyndeme of seven shillingsworth of rent in Findem, in Wilinton, 
and in Potlac, which the said Hugh has hitherto paid yearly. Witn. 
Dom. Geoffrey de Gresele, Dom. William de Warda, John de Stapenhull, 
etc. Circ. 1302. (Kerry xix. 65.) 

2588. Grant from William de Muschamp, jun., of Wylinton, to 
Thomas de Potlok fil. Galfridi and Margaret his wife, of two half-acres 
of land in the field of Wylinton, lying on Oldefeld Lancaans, beyond 
Normonweye, etc. Witn. Robert Furbras, Ralph le Gorney, Nicholas 
de Fynderne, etc. Circ. 1306. (Kerry xix. 67.) 

2589. Grant from William de Muschamp to Thomas fil. Galfridi 
de Potlock and Margaret his wife, and to one heir of their bodies, 
of an acre of land in Wylinton lying on le Castelwaye and on le Helde. 
Witn. Robert Ferbraz, Ralph le Gourney, Nicholaus de Fynderne, etc. 
Dat. S. a. F. of St. Valentine [14 Feb.], i3o6[7]. (Kerry xix. (>(>.) 

2590. Lease from Ralph de Gourney to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potlok and Margaret his wife, and to one heir of the same, of a 
half-acre of land in the fields of Wylinton, lying on Longedunstel, for 



Willington. 327 

their lives. Witn. Robert Ferbras, William de Muschamp, Nicholas de 
Fyndeme, Robert de Fyndeme, etc. Dat. the Mor. of St. Lucy 
[13 Dec], 1309. (Kerry xix. 68.) 

2591. Grant from Ralph de Gurney to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potlok and Margaret his wife, and to one heir bom of the same, for 
their lives, of four bovates of land at Steymerebrugge in Wylinton. 
Witn. Dom. Robert de Tonk, knt., Robert Ferbraz, WiUiam de 
Muschamp, John Condy, etc. Dat. Th. a. F. of St. James [25 July], 
4 Edw. II. [13 10]. (Kerry xix. 70.) 

2592. Grant from Ralph de Gurney to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potlock, Margaret his wife, and one male heir born of the same, for 
their lives, of two roods of arable land in Willington, lying near Le 
Thorpbreye, and on the Helm, etc. Dat. W. a. Epiphany [6 Jan.], 
4 Edw. II. [131 1]. (Kerry xix. 73.) 

2593. Grant from Ralph de Gurney to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potlok, Margaret his wife, and to one boy bom of the same, of two 
acres and a rood Ijang on Harpinfurlong and near the Brodewey, etc., 
in Wylenton. Dat. W. a. F. of St. Hilary [Jan. 13], 4 Edw. II. 
[1311]. (Kerry xix. 74.) 

2594. Grant from Ralph de Gumey to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potlok and Margaret his wife, of an acre of land in the " cultura " 
called Helm, in the fields of Wylinton. Dat. Whitsuntide, 131 1. 
(Kerry xix. 74.) 

2595. Grant from Ralph de Gurney to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potlok and Margaret his wife, and one boy bom of the same, for their 
lives, of half an acre of land in Wylinton, lying on le Wyteflat and 
on Piletcroft. Witn. Robert Ferbraz, Robert de Fyndeme, William de 
Muschamp, John Cundy, etc. Dat. S. a. F. of the Annunciation 
[25 Mar.], 1312. (Kerry xix. 71.) 

2596. Grant from Ralph de Gumey of Wylinton to Thomas fil. 
Galfridi de Potloc and Margaret his wife and Richard their son, of 
half an acre of arable land in the fields of Wylinton, for their lives. 
Witn. Robert Ferbras, Robert de Findeme, William de Muschampe, 
John de Crottal, Robert Norman. Dat. Fr. in Whitsun week [16 May], 
1312. (Kerry xix. 72.) 

2597. Grant from Ralph de Gumey to Thomas fil. Galfridi de 
Potloc and Margaret his wife, of half an acre of land on Dunstil, in 
the fields of Wylinton. Dat. F. of the B. V. M. [25 Mar.], 1313. 
(Kerry xix. 74.) 

2598. Grant, for three lives, from John Cheyne, parson of 
Hambury [Hanbury, co. Staff.], and Robert de Knyveton, vicar of 
Douvebrigg, to John de la Pole the elder, of an annual rent of £^\ 
from lands in Potlok. Dat. 8 Sept., 7 Ric. II. [1383]. (Woll. iii. i.) 

2599. Grant from John Milnere de Derby to Master John de 
Wodhouses, clerk, and Thomas Milner of Horsley, of all his lands, 
etc., in the vills and fields of Welyngton, Brynlaston, and Berrewardes- 
cote. Witn. William Mochaunde of Wyllyngton, John Orme of 
Brynlaston, Robert atte-Yate de Berwardecote. Dat. Brynlaston, F. of 
St. John, Ap. and Ev. [27 Dec], i Hen. IV. [1399]. (Trusley.) 



328 Willington. 

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2600. Quitclaim from Margaret Fynderne, relict of Nicholas 
Fynderne, esquire, to John Fynderne her son, of all her dowry lands 
in Willyngton, Twyforde, and of the wood called Fynderne wood in 
Repton lordship. Dat. Christmas Day, 14 Edw. IV. [1474]- 
(Kerry xix. 79.) 

WILLINGTON v. also under Calk, Chatsworth, Chelmorton, 
Newton Solney, Repton. 



WILNE. 

(WiLNE, KYRKE WyLLNE.) 

2601. Will of William Resell of Dracot, containing bequests to 
the church of Kyrke Wyllne fWilne, co. Derby], and to the chapel of 
St. James of Dracot [Draycot't in Wilne], etc. Witn. Robert Jamytyn, 
John Barne, Dom. John Tebald, chaplain. Dat. F. of St. Dunstan 
[21 Oct.], 1502. On the back is note of probate made in the presence 
of the Treasurer of Lichfield in the prebendal church of Sallow 
[Sawley]. (Woll. i. 81.) 

WILNE V. also under MORLEY. 



WINDLEY. 

(Wyneley.) 

2602. Re-grant from Henry Bradshaghe, Richard Bee, rector of 
a moiety of the church of Mogynton [Mugginton, co. Derby], and 
Thomas Bradshaghe, to Richard Prynce and Matilda his wife, of lands 
in Wyneley [Windley ?], Duffeld, and Mogyntone; and rem.ainder to 
John Prynce, his brother, Johanna and Katerine, his sisters, Thomas 
Tykhulle, Alice Badeley, and Emma Thorpe. Witn. John Cursone, 
Thos. Knevetone, John Bradley, vicar of Duffeld, etc. Dat. Wyneley, 
1 Oct., 10 Hen. VI. [1431]. (Woll. i. 85.) 

WINDLEY V. also under MUGGINTON. 



WINGERWORTH. 

(Wyngarworth, Wyngreworth.) 

2603. Rental of the manor of Wyngreworth, renewed in March, 
5 Hen. VI. [1427]. (Woll. xi. 3.) 

2604. Grant, in tail, from Robert de Wednesley, John Wodewarde, 
and Richard Bethebroke, to John del Stubbinge, of a messuage and 
lands [in Stubbing, nr. Wingerworth], which they had by grant from 
the same John. Witn. Thomas Saunderson of Twathewaith, Robert 
Wideson, Robert del Claye, etc. Dat. StubWRg, F. of St. Lucy